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MISS HELEN FAUCIT.

MISS HELEN FAUCIT.

We regret to learn that the friends of this young and gifted actress have been compelled, by the extensive circulation of a most wicked slander against her, to obtain and put in the green room of the Haymarket Theatre the following certificates respecting the cause of her ill he
March 15, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LITERATURE AND ART.

LITERATURE AND ART.

I THE PROPHET OF, TrE C1CeAsutS: an Historical Romance of K7rim.Tartary. By ED6UaND SPENCER, Esq., Author of " Travels in Circassia;' &c. dec. 3 vols. (Whittaker.)-Like the treasure seekers of old, do romance writers explore the pages of history, searching for the hidden wealth
March 15, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CHIT-CHAT.

CHIT-CHAT.

NORTHAMPTON CONSTA.ruLAtr.-Earl Spencer and the ma- gistrates of the county of Northampton have elected Mr. God- dard, the indefatigable Bow-strect officer, chief constable of the county. LORD LYNDrsuaesT.-His lordship is daily approaching cong valescence, and it is expected he
April 19, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
POLICE-OFFICES.

POLICE-OFFICES.

GU-ILDIHALL.-Sel-IryoLIxo.'.JotoOn Albert Decries% was re-exa- mined before M~r. Alderman Huaphers- cage wvith defrauding Miss Richardson of.goods to the amiounto64.Rethniier- ductil ~e risoer' capet bag, whiich containeld three aces of ay and half' a dozen knives and ?? only pr
May 3, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
OUR FOREIGN POLICY.

OUR FOREIGN POLICY.

OUR FOREICN POLICY. THE BOUNDARY QUESTION. That the limits and boundaries between New Bruns. wick and Maine should have remained for half a century unsettled is one among the many proofs of the total ab. sence of intelligence which successive Ministers of Eng- lend have shown in
May 3, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

CITY, SATURDAY EVENING. The English funds remain quite stationary-indeed, nothing is likely to cause much fluctuation in them until the Budgets We are sorry to observe the exchanges rather giving way, and, as the natural consequence, Bullion is to a certain extent leav- ing the
May 3, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

I~ ~ _-mo CITY, SATURDAY EVII:NG. Itvwould appear, from the evident wish of the Chancellor of the Exchequer to postpone the Budget as long as possible, that he has not as yet made up his mind as to what.course to pursue, but is rather waiting to see what the chapter of accidents
May 10, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
YESTERDAY'S LAW AND POLICE.

YESTERDAY'S LAW AND POLICE.

I YESTERDAY'S LAW AD POLICE. LONDON SESSIONS.-These Sessions were holdensyes terday before the Right.Honounable the Lord Mayor, Mr..Sev- jeant Arabin, and several of the Aldermen. The appeal cases were numerous.- George Michael Lowndes, Esq., of Lincoln'sa Inn, appealed against a
May 10, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE MARKETS.

THE MARKETS.

CORN MARKET-MAY S. The supply of English WVheat has been moderate this veck, though there has heen rather a large arrival of Foreign, and duty was paid upon a considerable quantity previous to the advance which took place 'esterday of 3s per quarter, the present duty being l6s 8
May 10, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

HOUSE OF LORDS-M6NDAY. EMIGRATION TO INDIA, LordELLt500SOUH (aterhavig oserved that there ought to be ffode th~fulet ifomaton egrdig te eguatons for the emiraton f lbouersfro th Eat Idie) avered o the progress of te wr -n te Estant exresed n oinin tat hans ought to Lordislasoars
February 23, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England