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CRICKET.

CRICKET.

GENTrLEMEN V. PL'AYERS.LlLLtVwns3'T g A match for the benefit of thlis veteran layer IsIt .morrow (Monday) ?? The 1 e- are to be selected from the followirg lists :_ 'd GENTLErxN-Ct3 (G. Taylor, B. Wapper., W. Napper. - Csrtoi D Mymn, W. Mynn. A. Smith, W. Botting, C. Grooe - i.
September 24, 1843 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PEDESTRIANISM.

PEDESTRIANISM.

| E PEDESTRIANISM flet,25-W ~MATCTHES. TO COM~E. tie'on Se-25-W;Jskeksor and T. Maxwell thle NoiSltitar), twice'round 25Dthe Sheffield Criclket-grotmndjor 25 sovs a-side. an'Cunn- h (the iabsh ladi of lc eg , Aiid John Tet- , of lollgwood, one mile round Leieesger.Otioket- ground
September 24, 1843 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE RING.

THE RING.

! . . I ?? ?? -TH :ING.: ''aFTGOfTS TOseyt! * - Sept. W7-Tom Clarkso goiad Bill Little, l2sovs a-side- d Oct. 2-Jack, Bethell anidGoorge.Giles, 2Oasvs a-side .Birmig ,a &ahool. , ' 2-.Arnbleton and penman 5 soya a side WianX 'tO-l'red II aso(ai~ theflo d~ogand Har ry Ardbf 50 Mns
September 24, 1843 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SPORTING IN AMERICA.

SPORTING IN AMERICA.

?? we - ?? ? ? f;". , p #, 'A 1:".i'l % - ? , P.Id-A' , "' I ?? ?? _ " - ?? i- On Moday ast (7th 1t ! a great mu~ltituWefb4 'n'c qa numb'r asiseonibleil'on tbe.'lilagon: Coutrse, op~poqite tis city, to *it.: nesadso confist between'llimy S er'o~c ?? lonsland tritterand Oz"R IDC4
September 24, 1843 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LONDON GAZETTES.

LONDON GAZETTES.

?? ?? _ . ,i ?? It aj' ?? Vl ?? 1~f ?? II* - 1, :, ' |. , .P S ?? ' .. ,!A W " .i1j. !.1f Z = a IeP . * ,IA W rPARTNERSHIP DISSOLVED, At'ld5 and Joyes J~rthaWntb nurserymen -Black and Gower, Afll~ ~ .~nes.Iandfli;6idFraser; Maupbester," ehe-~ Nottinig hi puis 5aicbesetiitreet. Ma
September 24, 1843 - The Era - London, London, England
 
NEWMARKET—FRIDAY.

NEWMARKET—FRIDAY.

NEWMARKET-FRIDAY. LeftforEpsm, nd going all well, the following horsee t-Extem- Elixi o b ?? f Baboo' lam Reciprocity; Eakawa; Cwsip;Allmete;The Brewer; Eleanc fily SitertoJef'y;c y S. PtrckoutofMercy', Spite- ?? hre otersforthePlaes.The Tigress col arive frm orhmbuy ysteda; Cran
May 28, 1843 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CRICKET.

CRICKET.

MALTCHES '10 COME. `4 11'ay, May 23, at Haileybury-ABtPyleboble Club v. Haileybury Culile Se. 'linomov, HI), at L~ordgs-Twvo set elevens of England. itisutoyl , dontle ?? at Loid'MarylztsOe Cluan'ud Ground with Tlitiisd~ts, 8, at tCbS thor-Marilebbs.OC Club, with two players of
May 28, 1843 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE RING.

THE RING.

'FIGHTS TO COME. June 6-Allan M'Phee and Hugh M'S;ravick-30 a-side, 70 miles 67from Liverpool. 6-Paddy Gill (of Coventry) and Edwaid Moseley (of Derby), 25 sovs aside, half-way between Coventry and Derby. 6-Bill Widdeson and Farmer Greenill, 10 a-side-Sheffield. 8-Cobber and Har
May 28, 1843 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN AFFAIRS.

FOREIGN AFFAIRS.

FOREICN AFFAIRS. The ~~FRANCE. The French journals since- our last possess very little inte- r'cst. Their leading articles are principally occupied with dis- cussions respecting the fluke of Bordeaux's visit to this cowl tr y, aid the dispute existing between the University and t
November 12, 1843 - The Era - London, London, England
 
DREADFUL AFFRAY AT CORK.

DREADFUL AFFRAY AT CORK.

, RE. A AF ~FRA Y A ~T CORK. (Froulf thle Coid : niee.) *t , between the hours of eight and nine QO $irifatl iputrt I, tile city was thrown into the greatest te 21 P-f pAssible, increased every moment by the ?? 1. . .1ganirlg, strength ais they, C% e, tprod lie lirhtlning,ga .,;f
November 12, 1843 - The Era - London, London, England