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MYSTERIOUS MURDER.—ARSON AND EXTENSIVE ROBBERY IN SOHO.

MYSTERIOUS MURDER.—ARSON AND EXTENSIVE ROBBERY IN SOHO.

MYSTERIOUS MURDER.-ARSON AND EXTENSIVE ROBBERY IN SOHO. Tuesday morning, a few minutes before one o'clock, the in- habitants of the eieighbourhod of Prince's-street, Soho, were thrown into the utmost alarm by the discovery that the premises of Mr. Westwood, watch and clock-maker,
June 9, 1839 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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THEATREI ROYAL CtOVENT GARDEN.-On MEN onday l be perferrnell the Historical Play of KIlNG y V~i. The principal ch~aracters bv M~r. .Macreacly and Mrs. Uride. Claurd n Tuesdav, Thel.ADY OF LYONS or, Love and Helen Cla.uWd h 31elntte, Mr. Maready; Paulinle DrschstSelles, Miss Beln
June 9, 1839 - The Era - London, London, England
 
POLITICAL DILEMMAS.—No. 3.

POLITICAL DILEMMAS.—No. 3.

POLITICAL DILEMMAS.-No. 3. The third political dilemma, and perhaps the greatest of all, in which our sapient ministers seem to be in volved, is, every aunearance of war abroad, and manifest symptoms of disaffection at home, without army or naw to carry on the one, and with hal o
June 9, 1839 - The Era - London, London, England
 
OUR FOREIGN POLICY.

OUR FOREIGN POLICY.

I WAR IN THE EAST. Im the absence of intelligence of any positive collision between the forces of the Sultan and of Mehemet Ali, we deem it important to draw the attention of our readers to the position of the Pacha of Egypt (a rebel subject), as regards the supreme chief of the
June 9, 1839 - The Era - London, London, England
 
WEEKLY SUMMARY OF FOREIGN HISTORY.

WEEKLY SUMMARY OF FOREIGN HISTORY.

I OUR LATEST ACCOUNTS ?? FRANCE, as well as the Parisian papers of Thursday, Communicate the opinion that ministers will retain office, at least for the remainder of the pre sent Session, notwithstanding the current report of the cabinet's being endangered by the removal of M. Br
June 9, 1839 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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1FRANKs'S SPECIFIC SOLUTION OF COPAIBA. WATITHIN a period of Two Months upwards of Three I-tumtdred Patients were sue c ?? foully toeftetl at the -Metropolitan , ospitals with FRAINKS' SPECIFIC SOLUTION OF COPAIBA, By Baxswt CoornR, Esq., ?? Surgeon to Guy's Hospita ans !Lcturer
June 9, 1839 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ASSIZE INTELLIGENCE.

ASSIZE INTELLIGENCE.

NORTIIERN ItClT-IvetiROOI. TP.IALS OF THIE CHARTsNTS.-John Holmes vas found guilty of a seditious conspiracy &dll riot at .lanchester onl the ]2th of August.-Edivard Riley was found guilty of military trainiog and riot at New ton, near Mlanchester, onl the 3rd of May.- Charles M
September 1, 1839 - The Era - London, London, England
 
OUR FOREIGN POLICY.

OUR FOREIGN POLICY.

?? 1-,lPEACHMIENT OF LORD PALMERSTON. Thie speech from the throne with which the session sed, was framed With a similar intent, and was of a siunilar character to that with which the Parliament pened. On both occasions has the foreign policy of the Government been put prominentl
September 1, 1839 - The Era - London, London, England
 
BROUGHAM VERSUS RUSSELL.

BROUGHAM VERSUS RUSSELL.

[From Lord Joins Russzern's Letter to the Electors of S roud.] Mr. Canning was accustomed to put as a difficulty in the way of Reform, the question:-" What will yolt do with the House of Lords!" This difficulty would have scarcely been felt, had not Mr. Pitt and Lord Liverpool a
May 26, 1839 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A TRIP TO EPHESUS.—No. 1.

A TRIP TO EPHESUS.—No. 1.

A TRIP TO EPHESUS.-No. 1. "I visited Ephesus during my sojourn at Smyrna; but the temple has almost perished, and Saint Paul need not trouble himself to epistolize the present brood of Ephesians. who have converted a large church, built entirely of marble, into a mosque, and I do
May 26, 1839 - The Era - London, London, England