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FREEMASONRY.

FREEMASONRY.

JR BD E E A 8 0 NR Y. Meetings for Next Week. Monday, May 16th.-Lodge;, Grand Masters (1), Freemasons' Tavern, Britisb (8), ditto; Emulalion (21). Albion Tavern; Felicity (68), london Tavern; Tranquillity (218), Bridge House Hotel; Panmure (1,022). Swan Tavern, StockwelL Chapter.
May 15, 1859 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TOWN EDITION.

TOWN EDITION.

1 BRA OFFICE, SUNeDAY, TWO AX I TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. FRADICE. (BY TELEGROAM THROUGH MB. REUTERS OFFIcE) PARIs, FaB. 20.-The Opinion Natiotials of this evening says:- "A considerable movement, under the direction of Prince Scan- derbeg, and supported by a numerous body of Garibaldiau
February 22, 1863 - The Era - London, London, England
 
HEREFORD AUTUMN RACES.

HEREFORD AUTUMN RACES.

I BEFORD AUTUMN RACES. Monday, govemnber 5. Steward,: Visconet Andover and F. Rowlande, Esq. Judge and Ifandicapper: Mr R. Johnson, of York. Clerk St the Course: Mr John Sheldon, jun. Hon. Secretary, Mr Grimes. The meeting at Hereford was originally advertised to take placein the
November 11, 1860 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LAW AND POLICE.

LAW AND POLICE.

LAW, AND POLICE~ MAIDDLESEX SESSIONS. TlE RBoBEs Y AT MT ssE. NicoL's.-JTames Arsalstrona, aged sixty, and chomas Harrison, aged forty, were indicted on Wednesday for stealing fourteen yards of silk and other articles, value 10, the property of Messrs. Donald Nicoll and Co,, in t
November 11, 1860 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PROCEEDINGS OF VOLUNTEERS.

PROCEEDINGS OF VOLUNTEERS.

I PROCOEED1NGS OF VOLUNTEERS. -4- DIvISIONAL FIELD DAY AT ALDERS80T.-On Saturday after. noon the City of London Rifles, to the number of nearly 400, brigaded with the troops stationed at the camp at Aldershot. At eleven o'clock (the hour the London Brigade left Waterloo) Colonel
September 29, 1861 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Serious Charge against a Surgeon at Buxton.

Serious Charge against a Surgeon at Buxton.

S serious Charge against a Surgeon at Buxton. Mr. G. Flint, surgeon, was, on Saturday, the 21st inst., brought before E. Buckley, B. Badger, and E. W. Wilmer, Esqrs., at Bdx. ton, charged, on remand, with shooting his wife with intent to murder her. The prisoner was accommodated
September 29, 1861 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Wilton's Music Hall.

Wilton's Music Hall.

WiltonWs Music HaU. I Mr. Wilton, the Proprietor of the stately edifice that now rears its head in the neighbourhood of Wellclose.square, may be set down as one who has well catered for the public amusement, and done much with the greatest success, under a difficulty of no ordi-
February 16, 1862 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

ER. ALBERT SMiTH'S CHINA IS NOW iHJ OPEN EVERY NIGHT (but Saturday) at Eight o'clock, and TfUESIAY and SATURDAY afternoone at Three o'clock. Stalls, 3s., which can. be taken at the Box-office, Egyptian Hall, daily from Eleven till I. iee. Ares, Is.; Gallery, Is. T. J A M E SS H A
November 6, 1859 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE WORCESTER AUTUMN MEETING.

THE WORCESTER AUTUMN MEETING.

THE13 WORCESTER AUTUMN MBUSTING. Tuesday, Bovember 1. Stoewtds. Viscount Elmley, M.P.; F. W. lKuiaht, Esq, M.P.; J- [4. H. Foley, Esq., M.P.; the Hon. F. II. W. G. Calthorpe, lP.; Osnman Ricardo, Esq., M.P.; and William Laslett, Esq., He.l'. Hon. Clerk of the Course: Mr. William
November 6, 1859 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Lifeboat Expenses and Services.

Lifeboat Expenses and Services.

During the year which has just closed, the National Lifeboat Institution has incurred 6,258 is. on the following Lifeboat estab- lishments:-Newbiggin, Northumberland; Saitburn and Filey, Yorkshire; Caister, Norfolk; Aldborougb, Suffolk; Margate and Walmer, Kent; Selsey, West Sus
February 3, 1861 - The Era - London, London, England