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THE NEW MINISTERS AND THEIR Constituents.

THE NEW MINISTERS AND THEIR Constituents.

TEE ZIEW MINISTERS AND THEIR Constituents. I . ., The following addresses have been issued:- . TO THE ELECTORS OF THE CITY OF LONDON. Gentiemen,-Having contributed by my vote to the overthrow of the Administration of Lord Derby, I have considered it my duty to assist, when called
January 2, 1853 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE NEW ADMINISTRATION.

THE NEW ADMINISTRATION.

T3,E NEW &ADWDLIZNSTRATZON. At last we have a Government which is spoken of by its immediate friends as one of the most emi- nently perfect that England ever saw. The difficulty which was generally supposed to exist in arranging the terms of a union which would be generally accep
January 2, 1853 - The Era - London, London, England
 
NEWMARKET SECOND OCTOBER Meeting.

NEWMARKET SECOND OCTOBER Meeting.

NEWkARAKET SECOND OCTOB:ER lkeeting. I (By bin OWN SPOIAL REPORITER). MOlqbAY, October io. Stewards: The Stewards of the Jockey Club. Judge: Mr. J. F. Clarke. Starter: Mr. Hibburd. The opening of the Second October Race Meeting, upon the well-known Heath of Cambridgeshire, commen
October 16, 1853 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE OVERLAND MAIL.

THE OVERLAND MAIL.

I I. TTHE OVERLA1WD MAIL. I BI the arrival of the Overland.Saila we have received privates cor- respondence and files of papers from Bombay of the 23d of June;, Caleutta, 13th of, June; and. China (Hong Kong), 6th of June. This arrival also brings the missing China mail of 22d of
July 30, 1854 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

B REAT WESTERN RAILWAY.- 1 THREE DAYS' EXCURSION TO OXFORD, BANBURY, LEAMINGTON, WARWICK AND BIRMINGRAM.-On Sunday, August 6, a Train will leave PaddingtOn at 7 45 arm., returning the same evening from Birmingham at6'15; Warwiek,6G50; Leamington, 7.; Danbury, 7'40; and Oxford, 8'
July 30, 1854 - The Era - London, London, England
 
NEWMARKET FIRST SPRING MEETING.

NEWMARKET FIRST SPRING MEETING.

INEWIARKET FIRST SPRING MEETING. I XON DAY, April 28. Stewards: The Marquis of Anglesey, Earl of Zetland, Earl of Glasgow. Keeper of the Match Book: Messrs. Weatherby. Judge: Mr. Clarke. Starter: Mr. Hibburd. Clerk of the Scales: Mr. Manning. The second meeting of the season at h
May 4, 1856 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ART-UNION OF LONDON.

ART-UNION OF LONDON.

. I The anniversary meeting of the council and subscribers of this institution took place on Tuesday (by the kind permission of Mr. Buckstone), atthe Haymarket Theatre. Lord MONTEAGIE, on taking the chair, at twelve o'clock, re narked on the paucity of attendance, induced by the
May 4, 1856 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LAW AND POLICE.

LAW AND POLICE.

LAW AND POLICEd COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. IsnretEPEBS' LiABILITy.-DE5LAFOSSE V. S ?? de- fendant in this case is the landlord of the Mitre Tavern, in Fish. street-hill, and the plaintiff sued to recover 1 10s., tice value of a gold watch, chain, and seals, .hich he had lost whilst a
May 4, 1856 - The Era - London, London, England
 
NEW MUSIC.

NEW MUSIC.

PEACE, PEAcR, PEACE. Written by H. L, TaiORWToN, Corn- posed by W. T. WRIGHTON. Cocks and Co.-A ditty in comme- moration of peace, written to suit the market. W. Wrighton, the erudite composer of the " Postman's Knock," here produces another chaunt of the same calibre, in which
May 4, 1856 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AQUATICS.

AQUATICS.

A Q U AT ICS High water at London Bridge. Mar 4 morning 27 ?? 1 afteruhon 80 min.paet 1 ?? ?? ?? 2 6 ?? ?? I 2 ?? 1 ?? 10 ..S ...4 . ?? ?? 6 Xatches to come. M9ar 5.-LondonlUnity Club; first roes. 14.-Royal Thames Yacht Club Sailing Match, for cutters only. Entries cluses May 7,
May 4, 1856 - The Era - London, London, England