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EFFECTS OF OUR FOREIGN POLICY ON BRITISH INDUSTRY.

EFFECTS OF OUR FOREIGN POLICY ON BRITISH INDUSTRY.

EFFECTS OF OUR FOREIGN POLICY ON BRITISH ~ IINDUSTRY. On March 3rd several hundred of the working classes, chiefly Chartists, assembled, at the Lyceum Rooms, Glasgow, to hear a lecture on the above subject. Mr. MILLER, who was' called the chair, in introducing Mr. Cardo, observed
March 22, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CASE OF MURDER AT EDINBURGH.

CASE OF MURDER AT EDINBURGH.

Ahout four o'clock on Saturday morning the watchman on the Netherbow station found a man lying on the High-street insensible, and bleeding severely. On inquiry he found that he had just been thrown from a window of a house of an in- famous character, three storys high, and on pr
March 22, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
YESTERDAY'S LAW AND POLICE.

YESTERDAY'S LAW AND POLICE.

| YESTERDAY'S LAW AND POUCE. IMPORTANT TO CE.METERY COMPANIES. It wvvs decided in the Court of Queen's Bench, that, in the instances where Cemetery Companies had sold" in perpetuum," to private partied, any particular vaults or catacombs, such com- panies were liable to be rated
November 29, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ATTEMPT TO MURDER A WIFE.

ATTEMPT TO MURDER A WIFE.

MANMCEESTER, MoNDAr--This morning, at the Borough Court, a man named Gill was brought before Daniel aiaule, Esq., the stipendiary magistrate, charged with nue of the most diabolical and cold-blooded ettempts at murderwhich has been recorded for many years. The victius of the att
February 9, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LICENSED VICTUALLERS.

LICENSED VICTUALLERS.

I THE LICENSED VICTUALLERS OF THE METRO- POLIS AND THE CELEBRATION OF THE ROYAL MARRIAGE. Mr. Richard Storer Cobb, the spirited proprietor of the Tal- bot Tavern and Livery Stables, situated at the corner of Li- quorpond-street, Gray's-inn-lane, haring been requested by several
February 9, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE THIRD DEFEAT.

THE THIRD DEFEAT.

The Yoracious appetite of these men for a thorough beating, .aa only be accounted forby an overwhelming sense of their own demerits; and a praiseworthy desire of expiating their sins, as Ministers, by their unceasing mortification as men. Ljamrns OF rAnT. TO TXE EDITOR OF TNE ER
March 1, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
OUR FOREIGN POLICY.

OUR FOREIGN POLICY.

THE DOWNFALL OF ENGLAND. While other powers were struggling for acquisition of territory, or for their defence against aggressions of an unjust and ambitious neighbour-England-" the sea- oirt Isle"-unable to extend her own frontiers-pos sessed of a naval superiority which freed
March 1, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE TRUE SPORTSMAN'S GAZETTE.

THE TRUE SPORTSMAN'S GAZETTE.

THE TURF. TATTERSALL'S-MONVAo, FaB. 24. When we some time since broached the doctrine that the operation of a frosty atmosphere was prejudicial to animal life, and that its pernicious influence would be found in cor. responding ratio to the quality (mild or severe, as it might hI
March 1, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CHIT-CHAT.

CHIT-CHAT.

The Earl or Fingal continues to go on favourably, but is still unable to put his leg to the ground. The inquiries as Crawley's Hotel have been very numerous. The Earl of Liverpool will leave Buxted Park next Monday, for his seat in Shropshire. Lord and Lady Crofton, who have bee
September 27, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TEETOTALISM.

TEETOTALISM.

On Tuesday evening, Mr. Rowbottom (lecturer on natural and experimental philosophy) delivered a lecture at Johnson's Rooms, ClerlIenw-ell-green, on the sutliect of teetotalism, in whicb he adduced such powerful arguments, Rnd set forth so many incontrovertible facts against the
September 27, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England