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OUR THROUGH THE AFFGHAN COLONIES, IN NORTHERN HINDOSTAN, AND A PILGRIMAGE TO BHADRINATHJEE, IN THE HIMMALAYA MOUNTAINS.

OUR THROUGH THE AFFGHAN COLONIES, IN NORTHERN HINDOSTAN, AND A PILGRIMAGE TO BHADRINATHJEE, IN THE HIMMALAYA MOUNTAINS.

OUR THROUGH THE AFFGHAN COLONIES, IN NORTHERN HINDOSTAN, AND A PILGBIMAGB TO RHADRINATHJEE, IN THE HIMM A. LATA MOUNTAINS. sy an Offficer ofhmigh standing in the Hon. East India Company's service. It has been a source of constant observation by travellers medhistorians, that, of
May 15, 1842 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

TPHEATRE ROYAL, HAYMARKET.-Under the ;1= management of Mr. Wr5STBR.-Mr. and Mirs. Charles Kean Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday-Mr. Farren every ?? of Madame Celeste. On Monday, THE ROSE OF ARRAGON. Alasco. Mr. C. Kean; Almagro, Mr. Phels,; Olivia, Mra, C. Kean. With UNC
June 12, 1842 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

BIRTHS. On the 4th inst., the lady of Captain H. Van Heythuysen, East India Company's Service, of a ?? the 7th inst., at Belvidere House, Broadstairs, the Lady Mary Stephenson, of a ?? the 3rd inst., at Milford, Hants, the lady of the Rev. Eardley Wilmot Michell, of a ?? the 4th
June 12, 1842 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN AFFAIRS.

FOREIGN AFFAIRS.

I . c great deal of the furious and extravagant anger iFFN ?? Frenh papers of the last week appear to have in- i; which the ?? Iass it would seem, originated in a rumor (invented in all probability for the purpose,) that the B ritish (AbsssadOr bad called on M. Guizot for an exp
June 12, 1842 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PEDESTRIANISM.

PEDESTRIANISM.

I MATCHES IN JUNE. 29.-Hurdle-race at Croydon, for a silver watch. ?? Leyland (Chip, of Bury), and W. Atkinson, of Preston, 160 yards, Bellevue, 30 suvs a-side. 30.-Robert Inwood (of Tooting) and Tetlow (of Hollinwood), one mile, 25 soys a.side, within ten miles of London. ?? De
June 28, 1846 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A REPLY FROM PROFESSOR DICK.

A REPLY FROM PROFESSOR DICK.

IA REPLY#FROM PROFESSOR DICK. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ERA. Edinburgh Veterinary CullegeJune 16th, 1846. Sir,-In your paper of the l7th ult., and in that of the 7th inst., there appeared letters from " A South Country Vet.," which I have read, and in both I find my name bias been fre
June 28, 1846 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LAW AND POLICE.

LAW AND POLICE.

i - t . I COURT OF BAN:KRUPTCY. i IMPbttERI.L BANK OF ENGS.ANfl, MANCHESTER. it tiE IittItHA L L.Aw.-Wednesday was tihe day fixed [sir site fitial! ,xaminiation of the banikrtp t. Ie waviis IIrotught sipl in custodyv froinl thle Fleet Prison, having previously been able, with 3,
February 28, 1841 - The Era - London, London, England
 
RACES TO COME.

RACES TO COME.

I , i , 9 f 11. AN re iny ?? 10 I i I tchleld 1Hun I.. . . . . .. .1 1 ; :; ?? . TL. _ Hulltfndr6E Spring. ?? 6 or 13 Nis~arltt ?? ?? 12~ .1Xe mas t ,,v ...e E un. ?? .. I ?? 1-3~ EQAtq'&Is~ex Hunt.1 CaiWfeylmr Spring .4 1 . ' ateriuI Bridge 3ath afid Bristol Spring .. .21 IShli
February 28, 1841 - The Era - London, London, England
 
NEWS OF THE WEEK.

NEWS OF THE WEEK.

?? THE METROPOLIS. - p500OGATION OF PARLIA-tENT.-Parliament will be pro- 10vued on the 11th inst. ?? OF SIa ARTHOU PAGET.-The papers of Tuesday nnounced the demise of General the Hoit. Sir Edward Paget, oj.C.B., the Governor of Chelsea College. This statement eas erroneous, it b
August 2, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LEWES ASSIZES—YESTERDAY.

LEWES ASSIZES—YESTERDAY.

LEWES ASSIZES-YEsTERDAY. (BY EXPRESS.) TEE LATE EXTRAORDINARY ELOPEMENT OF MIRS. HEAVISIDE WITH DR. LARDNER. DAMAGES-B000 ! At an early hour yesterday morning the avenues of the Coart-house were surrounded by a crowd of persons anxious to obtain admission in consequence of the tr
August 2, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England