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MANNERS AND AMUSEMENTS.

MANNERS AND AMUSEMENTS.

roIANNERS AND AMUSEMENTS. COURT AND iPASHION. SUNDAY.--CHr Ali jesty and)( ?? aungst mother attended divine service in the Chaperl lRosal, St. Janiess. The sermoni ?? preacled wy tle Bishop of London. ?? MIajesty rode out on horseback, attended by thle Han. "ilss Murray, Baroness
May 26, 1839 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LAW AND JUSTICE.

LAW AND JUSTICE.

?? N D -1 U 3 ?- ?? 0 E - II Wednesday, Stlax- 51w 22nd, being the first day of- Trinity term, the Ju-dges ilnd Queen's Counnsel breakf~sted with th Lord Chancellor, before proceeding ?? oatn the opening of the courts, whilch took place abbut half-past one, with the usual formali
May 26, 1839 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE MURDER AT CHELSEA.

THE MURDER AT CHELSEA.

THE MURDER 40AT CHELSEA. I In our last week's "latest edition" we published exclusive particulars connected with the above dreadful event, and have gathered during the week the following information:- Saturday morning, at an early hour, intelligence of the murder having been comm
May 26, 1839 - The Era - London, London, England
 
DREADFUL FIRE IN BUCKLERSBURY.

DREADFUL FIRE IN BUCKLERSBURY.

COYt ?? I;QuJEsT.-Yesterday afternoon an inquest was bhcd in the vestiy-room of St. Stephen's, Walbrook,before Mr. Payne, tho coroner for tho City of London, on the bodies of Wm. IUn vir. Henry PRussell Unwin, sons of Mr. Unwin, printer o Bnchslecbu~yv endl William Cook and Mlar
May 26, 1839 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SATURDAY'S NEWS.

SATURDAY'S NEWS.

CITY, SATURDAY EVENINO, MAT 25. The only later arrival to-day is from Van Dierran's Land, and the accounts possess but an inconsiderable degree of in- terest in the mother country. There have been reports afloat of an extra express arriving from France, but we have not been able
May 26, 1839 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

H EADS OF THE PEOPLE: No. VIII. will be has, published on the lst of June. This truly NATIONAL WORK has, in addition to the patronage and praises bestoweed upon it at home, been complimented by the French, by whomn it is tralnslated; and who have paid it the further honour of imi
May 26, 1839 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LITERATURE AND ART.

LITERATURE AND ART.

I T1rE WORxS OF SIR ll-UMPHRY DAVY, BART. Edited by his Brother, JOHN DAVY, M.D., F.R.S. Smith, Elder, & Co. This complete edition of the writings of Sir Humphry Davy will be published in separate volumes on the first of each alter- nate month. The opening volume is before us, w
July 21, 1839 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE DECLINE OF THE DRAMA.

THE DECLINE OF THE DRAMA.

I BY THEODORE HOOK. Perhaps as great an alteration as any which has occurred during the last thirty or forty years, is to be found in the theatrical taste of the people-not to go back to the theatrical reign of Garrick, which terminated now 63 years since, daring which the accep
July 21, 1839 - The Era - London, London, England
 
WEEKLY SUMMARY OF FOREIGN HISTORY.

WEEKLY SUMMARY OF FOREIGN HISTORY.

THE PARIS PAPERS announce that the accounts from Bordeaux respecting the sensation produced in that city by the intended postponement of the sugar question to next session were less alarming than the telegraphic despatches from thence had prepared the public to expect, but it is
July 21, 1839 - The Era - London, London, England
 
NEWS OF THE WEEK.

NEWS OF THE WEEK.

THE METROPOLIS. E NOnors RECEiPT Or LETTERS AT Tesa GENERAL POST OFFICES.-The greatest number of letters that were ever known to pass through the General Post Office in one day was re- ceived at St. Martin's-le-Grand en Monday last. Their num- ber exceeded 90,000, and their amou
July 21, 1839 - The Era - London, London, England