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DAGUERREOTYPE.

DAGUERREOTYPE.

DACUERREOTYPE. whell it is consid red that th ivention lately intreoduced to puiblic ?? by Dagkterre con-stitutes a ne-. era in humati kinowledge, aildl that it occupies at this inomen t the aittention ott at Sct fii philosophlw-ran d men 01 ci..n nothlrougio~nt F amp. it canirli
October 24, 1841 - The Era - London, London, England
 
YESTERDAY'S LAW AND POLICE.

YESTERDAY'S LAW AND POLICE.

.- 1 w , R- . - . . . A . : . . i 9 z 2 . I .S E ?? ?? Pol! MUS HNE INT JBLE. Mr. Peel, thvewellknowan theatricaIprinter, of the New'-cut, Iambeth, s.ummonedMrs. Laura Honey, the celebrated' actr ,before the Commrissioners'offthe'B6Jough Courti-of Re quests, towshaw cauis6*hyilsd
February 21, 1841 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE MARKETS.

THE MARKETS.

o.0 I. CORN-MARKET-FEB. 19. The nupplico of Grain generally have been exceedingly moderate during the week, and the demand has been lively since Monday for fine parcels of Rng~ish W3sB.aT, with a disposition to improved prices. For the best qualities of Foceign Wheat a very good
February 21, 1841 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MANCHESTER—TUESDAY.

MANCHESTER—TUESDAY.

MANCHESTER-TUESDAY- CHESTER CUP. 3 to I agst Lanercost (taken) 9 to I - Vulean (taken) 11 to I - Alice Hawthorne 12 to I - Marshal Soult 14 to 1 - RtoryO'More(taken) 15 to 1 - The Squire 18 to ! - Cormorant (t freely) I.i8 to 1 aggst, Bellona 20 to I - Jolly Tar I 22 to I - Satir
March 27, 1842 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LAW AND POLICE.

LAW AND POLICE.

-G A ND POLICE. WESTrMINST-EfRTo N AND INVESTMENT d~lE frer invesigation was made by Sir Peter On ,driesld~~ay inato the affairs of the Westminster Loan laurie, at ?? and (sham) Savings Bank, in Adam Pro I5vXc`,,enlth Mr Clarkeon, the barrister, attended on be- rreet1 lpSmith, Go
July 24, 1842 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE SPORTSMAN'S GAZETTE

THE SPORTSMAN'S GAZETTE

or== THE SPORTSMS ANCGAZETTE ?? 9. a -rE 0 9 EDITED BY " VATES." TO THE SPORTING PUBLIC. "VATES" begs to state that the fullest particulars of ProvinciaZ Sports in general, and the Ring in particular, wilt in future be found in the COUNTRY EDIrTON; therefore our Subscribers, both
May 21, 1843 - The Era - London, London, England
 
RACES TO COME.

RACES TO COME.

MYM. | Gorhambury ?? 23 1 I Thaxted ?? 261 Epsom ?? 301 JU - ?? -- Cotleyllunt first weelk I Nestort .. ?? , 5 I EpnMhef , ?? .61 So ?? . 7| Hungerford 9i Plaitford ?? O -I Whitchurch ?? Il j Ascot ?? , 13 I Lancaster ?? 14 Knighton . 19 Ha.pton ?? 21 Newton ?? ' i Frieston ?? 2
May 21, 1843 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PEDESTRIANISM.

PEDESTRIANISM.

. MATCHES TO COME. May 22-Moses Haigb and James Patrick, of Leeds, 100 yards, for 25 soes a-side, at Wakefield. 22-Daniel Cunninglham (the Irish lad), and Toon, of Carring-ln, for 10 ?? a-side. 22-Thos. Wilson and John Bolton (both of Newcastle.upon- Tyne), 100 yards, for 8 sovs
May 21, 1843 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE PALACE VISITOR.

THE PALACE VISITOR.

SECOND EPISTLE FROM HENRY JONES, ADDRESSED TO THIE EDITOR. Mister ERA, I wrote Jack a letter before, And candidly mentioned I'd others in store, That the " sayings and doings" at Buckingham Palace I would tell without favor, fear,falsehood, or malice. Did they dream by a treadmi
March 28, 1841 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ERA SUMMARY.

THE ERA SUMMARY.

The most interesting subject of discussion during the past week has been Lord John Russell's reply to an address of condolence on his loss of office, which had been forwarded to him by the inhabitants of Plymouth. His lordship's reply is marked by that affectation of smartness a
December 5, 1841 - The Era - London, London, England