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LAIR'S GOUT AND RHEUMATIC PILLS.- B To Mr. Prout, 229, Strand, Londton. 12'7, Fleet-street, Dec. 22, 1838. SiB,-I haye received so much benefit from Blair's Gout and Rheu- matic Pills, that it would be un rateful in me were I not to make a public avowal of their effects. s have b
June 23, 1839 - The Era - London, London, England
 
NEWS OF THE WEEK.

NEWS OF THE WEEK.

THE METROPOLIS. Tnt PARLrA,%1ENTARY ?? avoid lisfran- chisemont of electors in cities andI howughs, all the poor-rates and window-taxes (if any payable from a voter in respect of his premises, previously to the 6th of April), must be paid on or beforec the 20th of.Yiuty, whether
June 30, 1839 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A WOMAN KILLED BY HER HUSBAND.

A WOMAN KILLED BY HER HUSBAND.

A WOMAN KILLED BY HER HUS3AND, Wednesdaty an inquest, which lasted six hours, was held at the Shade ell Dock Coffee-house, on the body of Catherine Curlev, who died in consequence of injuries she received from her husband, Joseph Corley, a coal-whipper. reelding at No. 2, New-str
June 30, 1839 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SINGULAR ATTEMPT TO MURDER.

SINGULAR ATTEMPT TO MURDER.

I SINCULAR ATTEMPT TO MURDER. On WeInesday afternoon, between one and two o'clolc, ,a very determined attempt was umade by a man named Philip Mayor to murder a feumale by cutting her throat. Mayor and the woman went into the Rockingham Arms, in the Kenit-road, and had a pint of a
June 30, 1839 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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NEW VOLUME OF "THE STANDARD NOVELS" Immniediately, complete in one volume, neatly bound, and ?? with Engravings, price Six Slhillings, NSEw EDITIoN, REVISED BY THlE ALTItOR, R E C A U T I 0 N. P By J. FENN1rtORE COOPER, Eec. Author of " The Pilet," " The Spy Last of the Mohicans,
July 7, 1839 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE TRUE SPORTSMAN'S GAZETTE.

THE TRUE SPORTSMAN'S GAZETTE.

THE TURF. The events which came off last week at Newmarket (Second October Meeting) have thrown little light on the prospect of the Derby, which constitutes the principal object of disquisi- tion amaongst speculators throughout the winter, although there were two important two-ye
October 27, 1839 - The Era - London, London, England
 
COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY.

COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY.

COMMERCE AND iNDUSTRY. FOREIGN AND COLONIAL. CITY.-SATURDAY IMORaING. Sydney papers, in addition to some uninteresting particulars of the proceedings of the legislative Assembv, contain accounts from South Australia, which exhibit the bad feeling that con- tinues to exist between
October 27, 1839 - The Era - London, London, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

HOUSE OF LORDS-MONDAY, AUG. 5. BILLS. The Public Works (Ireland) Bill was, after some conversation, read the second time, and ordered to be committed on Thursday.-The Municipal Corporations' (Ireland), "-with amendments," was, after a short debate, read the third time, and passe
August 11, 1839 - The Era - London, London, England
 
POLICE-OFFICES.

POLICE-OFFICES.

POLICE-OmFCES. GUILDHALL. AN IMPI'DENT TniEr.-Janies Adams, a lad about 19 years old, was brought before 2kr. Alderman Lucas, charged with steaing a pair of Wellington boots out of the shop of Mr. Ridin eton, shoemaker, Fincsbury-place.-Satnuel Ethferington stated that he was at
August 11, 1839 - The Era - London, London, England
 
OUR FOREIGN POLICY.

OUR FOREIGN POLICY.

OUR FOREICN POLICY. - _ At. I TREASON OF LORD PALMERSTON. (ppPPESSION OF A SPEECH CALLING THE AT- TENTION OF PARLIAMENT AND THE COUN- TRY TO THE SUBJECT. A circumstance has this week occurred which we shall here record in its chief details, satisfied that a knowledge of it circul
August 11, 1839 - The Era - London, London, England