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ACCIDENTS AND OFFENCES.

ACCIDENTS AND OFFENCES.

&CGCI3IENTS AND OEFENCEs. I FATAL ACCIDENT AT BASS'S BRZWERY..-An accident of a painfuil nature Occurred a few days ago at Messrs. Bass ahd Co.'s brewery, Bufton-npon-Trent, by which a man in the prime of life, came to an awful death i The deceased, Wm. Uptonj an engineer in the
December 30, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TRADE AND OPINIONS AT MANCHESTER.

TRADE AND OPINIONS AT MANCHESTER.

|RADE ArND OPINIONS AT MANCHESTER.I (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Ere another ERA comes into the possession of our readers, we shall be threading the mazes of another year. The Old one, as the past 1849 will be called, will have left the manufacturing industry of the country in a
December 30, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ANTI-FREE TRADE MOVEMENT.

THE ANTI-FREE TRADE MOVEMENT.

"'IZ THE FARHEES ARE NOT PPOPEOHLY LED, THEY WILL SOON BEGIN TO RECKON THE COST OF A CROWN, AND TO WEIGH CORON;TS AND IV11TRES BY THE BUSHEL. IT IS BECAUSE WE DREAD THAT CONSUMMATION THAT WE NOW SPBAK." We beg to observe that the above remark was made by the Times newspaper on T
December 30, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MONEY MARKET.

MONEY MARKET.

4I-- FxrDAo EVXMG. The arrival of the Peninsular Mail, with several days' later dates, does not put us in possession of any facts of commercial importance. As usual, however, ministerial crises form the staple of the private letters, and the ousting from power of Count Thomar (C
December 30, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SHOCKING MURDER BY A BOY AT BRISTOL.

SHOCKING MURDER BY A BOY AT BRISTOL.

IOCKINGc MURDER By A B t5y A . A shacking case of murder Occurred ,RSTL Sunday atternoon, the perpetrator of the arL B it1' being a boy of little more than fourteen s 2iIng uti it his *ictim a youth of only nineteen Thears of t took place at Bedminster, in the fighboratal0, etreo
December 30, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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SIR R. PEEL AND HIS TENANTRY.

SIR R. PEEL AND HIS TENANTRY.

The following is a copy of a letter which has been addressed by Sir Robert Peel to his tenantry:- "TO THE TENANT-FARMERS ON THE ESTATE OF SIR ROBERT PEEL. " I wish to communicate with you on the present statt and the prospects of agriculture, so far as they concern our relations
December 30, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
NEWSPAPER INVENTION.

NEWSPAPER INVENTION.

THE NARROW ESCAPE OF THE PRINCE ROYAL. Now-a-days newspaper writers need not resort to sheer ivention. The means of communication are such that a editor has enough to do to find room for what he rishes to insert; and when he publishes particulars that have no foundation," it is
December 30, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ADDRESS PRESENTED TO MR. BUCKINGHAM IN SCOTLAND.

ADDRESS PRESENTED TO MR. BUCKINGHAM IN SCOTLAND.

BUC~gE:ESE Is 3d a At the cloef'74 Mr. Dan14aget eAon, rse Rev lectures on Ame0rhta, 1ed 1taly, a is ?? day evenioL 1Z6t'4 pf Deeepber, 18494 and in thg prsne VWa1z meeting pf his fricpdp and, air mirers, th -eifg. Addreis was proposed, in the papp of ?? of Ma~nagemefti ?? P. M'D
December 30, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
HUNTING APPOINTMENTS.

HUNTING APPOINTMENTS.

I (WEATHER PERMITTING.] STAG HOUNDS. Her DMajesty's-Monday, Salt Hill; Wednesday, ij- bridge Common; Friday, Horse Shoes, Warfield. at elevenl. - FOX HOUNDS. Albrighton-Tuesday, High Onn; Thursday, Chillington (at eleven) ; Saturday. Dudmaston' at half-past ten. thestOne-MondaY,
December 30, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
BETTING AT TATTERSALL'S.

BETTING AT TATTERSALL'S.

MONDAY. The extent and nature of the business transacted on Motnday will be gathered from the subjoined quotations. Little or no change will be found, and only one of the Derby ?? in force. - . . CnxSTnE CUP. 2000 to 4g agat Coptain Beroey'q Lisamahago (taken) 50 to I2 - Sir UPi
December 30, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England