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LITERATURE AND ART.

LITERATURE AND ART.

TssE TowEa or LONDON. By WV. H. AiNswoarTH. (Bent. ?? the present number of this publication Mr. Ains- worth has permitted his imagination to take rather a wide, and not a little extravagant, range amidst the beasts of the Tower, menagerie, thiegianits Gog and Mlog and thedwarf
August 30, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE SPORTSMAN'S GAZETTE

THE SPORTSMAN'S GAZETTE

Wg R'MWS GAZETTE We rrED BY "VATES.") FTH SPORTINC PUBLIC. hT begs to state that the fullest particulars of pro- .t, ira general, and tile Ring in particular, will in ?? ?? Edition, therefore, our subscri- W ,- re h in Towvl and Country, anxious for these details, are .Ted , erde
November 27, 1842 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE TRUE SPORTSMAN'S GAZETTE.

THE TRUE SPORTSMAN'S GAZETTE.

I EDITED BY "VATES."1 ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDIN rs. P3IL1 HOLLAND-M1r. Rush's colt by Plenipo, out of Marestield's dam, is, le beliese, in traiuini, but there is no chance of his starting. Tee PORT SrAKeq-A whis the half of his bet with B, as Ralph ,alked over, and divided the for
May 15, 1842 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ANOTHER ATTEMPT TO ASSASSINATE THE KING OF THE FRENCH.

ANOTHER ATTEMPT TO ASSASSINATE THE KING OF THE FRENCH.

ANOTHER ATTEMPT TO ASSASSINATE THE I KING OF THE FRENCH. PARIS, THURSDAY EVENING, Nine o'Clock. Another attempt has been made to assassinate the King of the French, at six o'clock this evening. As the royal carriage was leaving the Tuilleries, returning to St. Cloud, he was fired
October 18, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CRICKET.

CRICKET.

SUSSEX v. NOTTINGHAM. The retirn match between these two counties commenced on Mon- day at Nottingham, and terminated on Tuesday in favour of Sussex by 14 runs: su that Sussex has thus come off victorious in both matches. We subjoin the score:- SUSSEX-r5iST INNINGS. SECOND INNIN
August 2, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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iL ILLUSTRATIONS BY LEECH AND ALFRED CROWQUILL. TI1E AUGUST NUMBER, PRICE HALT-A-CROWN, OF ENTLEY'S MISCELLANY, 11 E Contains: THlE FORTUNES OF THE SCATTERGOOD FAMILY. By ALBERT SMITH. With an illustration by Leech. A Xv -The duties of a Governess in a genteel family. JHovnS - x
July 28, 1844 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LITERATURE.

LITERATURE.

I I -r CHRONICLES AND CHARACTERS OF THE STOCK EXCHANGE. By JOHN FRANCIS. Willoughby and Co,, Warwick-lane. This is a happy idea cleverly and completely carried out. Everybody has heard of the Stock Exchange, many people are deeply interested in its proceedings, and not a few are
October 21, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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On Tuesday next will be published, in I vol. post Svo., B A N K S A N D B A N KER S D By DANIEL HAIDOASTLE, Jun. "Banking, in a commercial community, is every man's affair. I the present relations of society it not only affects us one and all, mor or less directly, but is so pote
April 10, 1842 - The Era - London, London, England
 
INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS. APRIL ?? President in the chair.) The turbini of Fourneyron was further discussed, and a comparison

INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS. APRIL ?? President in the chair.) The turbini of Fourneyron was further discussed, and a comparison

instituted between its merits and those of the water pressure engine, Barker's mill as improved by Whitelaw and Stirratt and several other machines. The conversation upon Professor Moseley's indicator was then resumed. It was contended that in computing the force required to rai
April 10, 1842 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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n LI) PARR!!!-It is recorded, lived to a very " advanced age, but died at last from a severe attack of Windy Spasms, accompanied with Indigestion and its usual attendants, brought on by indulging too freely in the good cheer of Lord Arun- del's kitchen. We are told his sufferings
April 10, 1842 - The Era - London, London, England