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JOE MUGGINS'S DOG TO THE ERA.

JOE MUGGINS'S DOG TO THE ERA.

I Dear Guvnor,-I arn't got much to say about ther Oaks Day at Epsom, 'cept that it was smokin hot, and the rush for lap of any and all kinds was tremenduous. I've been ill with the distemper ever since. Tor Taylor made a good thing of it with Lady Evelyn. Sly old dog. I like's hi
June 3, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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ROYAL ITALIAN OPERA, H COVENT GARDEN. FiratAPPesr ce this Season of Madame GRIST, First Appearance InI England of Mademoiselle ANGRI. Tlhe DiRECTORS have the hanour to announce that on Ttesday next will be performed (for the First Time this Season) ossitlus Grand Opera Seria, S E
April 15, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THEATRES, ETC.

THEATRES, ETC.

TlfrATRES, ETC. I HER MAJESTcrsd-This mighty Temple of the Lyric Drama was crowded to inconvenience, on Tues- day evening, to witness the debut of a new artiste, whose fame and talents report had heralded in the most glowing terms. Signora Parodi comes to us with a veil of romanc
April 15, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ELECTION REVELATIONS EXTRAORDINARY.

ELECTION REVELATIONS EXTRAORDINARY.

ELECTION REVELATIONS EZXTRA-l ORPDINARY-iL . 5 f: X t A sensation has-been created amotng- the electors- of Westminster, by some letters which have'appeaied in the Sun newspaper, and the comments made -by; its editor. The question is, whether Mr. CHABl8RS CocsBAN (the candidate f
February 28, 1847 - The Era - London, London, England
 
RAILWAYS.

RAILWAYS.

LONDON AND YORK RAILWAY.-Mr. Brassey, the eon. tractor, has entered into a contract with Messrs. Isy *ir Ranso, of Ipswich, for 2,400 earth waggons, wbicb, pat close iogetber,-'make up' a length of, no less thaenfoil miles. r- SOnTH-EASTEio RAnhWAY._GrOs5 itraffel ruelp for the
February 28, 1847 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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LAW AND POLICE.

LAW AND POLICE.

F ew777LA A poL'c~ COURT OF QUEEN's BE ; COXMTTEENAN.-CHAGES OP ADPu -Mr. Crowder, QC- Mr Ball, Eand m counsel for the plaintiff in this r a recover the sum of 428 for a"veitigem~. Pho 'onthl' an-d Slisbury Railway Coompany Th n theO4 culars showved'the execution of ordersgite '
February 28, 1847 - The Era - London, London, England
 
DEPLORABLE WRECK AND LOSS OF LIFE.

DEPLORABLE WRECK AND LOSS OF LIFE.

IDEPLORABLi WRECK AND LOSS OF LIFE. Early on Suinday mornina last a feeling of the deepest regret pervaded the whole town of Swansea, by the ea. nouncement of a most distressing shipwreck, with all hands and passengers sacrificed, having occurred in the course of the previous nig
February 28, 1847 - The Era - London, London, England
 
OUR CARPET BAG.

OUR CARPET BAG.

01R7 CAR'LPET BAG. "MAMMA, I beard papa say, the other day, that all cabmen were scoundrels, is it true?" " Of course, my dear, if he said so. ' " Well, but mamma, papa drives a cab, and is he a scoundrel ?" At this moment the gen- tleman entered to answer for himself. A CuRIous
August 27, 1848 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PROSECUTIONS FOR ILLEGAL WEIGHTS.

PROSECUTIONS FOR ILLEGAL WEIGHTS.

| .1 ?? At a special session, holden last Saturlay, at the Court-housee Os8ltenenstreet Whiechapel, the followingg tradesmen was pro- .secutedI by i]ir revit-olis, the -ligh Constable and Inspector of eights ani Ileasures, for iitringing the law Thomns B.igley, a chandler, at 29
July 22, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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NOTICE ! etor of-thir LONDON WEEKLY le pro)pER, calculated alike for the perusal of NOPAEW~RCL aso BRITISH SPORTSM'EN, , t I d to give its Subscribers a BONUS OF laeDENTED MAGNITUDE AND PERFECT t WHETHER A PRESENT READER OR IN- ge T sUlCH, amust pay IN ADVANCE the sum of six 5tjl
February 28, 1847 - The Era - London, London, England