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MONEY MARKET AND CITY INTELLIGENCE.

MONEY MARKET AND CITY INTELLIGENCE.

., ?? MARKET AWO CTY IPTELLIQCUlc. CaTr, RIDArY EVENING. 1w e have ulliform ly maintained ?? position, that if the aill for es.,wey Shares armount to* more than the annual 'I ptal and Sa ings of the countly, a pressure for mo- Jev ei l al-iso by the displacemenlt of capital, whic
October 5, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE MAGAZINES.

THE MAGAZINES.

BENTLEY's.-Although lie beginning of the Miscellany is occupied by the pages ef a novel, there is yet enough variety of matter in the other pages to satisfy the most eager among magazine readers. " The Outpourings of D. Canter" still give us reminiscences of poor Power, and plea
October 5, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PEDESTRIANISM.

PEDESTRIANISM.

PEDESTRIAN IBM. I MATCHES TO COME. Oct. 6-E, Ross, of Newcastle, asad Sutton, of Kenton, 150 yards, for 20 soya a-side, at the West Turnpike-road, Newcastle. 6-Jolhn Barlow (alias Tsllick), and Wm. Sheppard, of Birmii- learn, to run aix miles, for 10 cove a-side, at Hyde Par,1 Sh
October 5, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
EXTRAORDINARY PERFORMANCES OF AMERICAN TROTTERS.

EXTRAORDINARY PERFORMANCES OF AMERICAN TROTTERS.

EXTRAORDI NARY PERFORMANCES OF AMERICAN f ~~~TROTTERS. Topgallant, by Hambletonian, trotted in harness twelve miles in thirty-eight ?? "Trf Register," vol. 1, p. 124. Ten miles have been repeatedly trotted in America within two or three seconds of thirty minutes. A roan mare call
October 5, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE SYNOPSIS.

THE SYNOPSIS.

THE__SYNOPSIS. -r- On Wednesday an inquest was held before Mr. Baker, at the North Pole St David's Fort, St. George's, as to the death of David Pratfield, aged 42 years. It appeared that the deceased returned home from his Iwork at the docks, and partook of a very hearty supper i
September 28, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE SPORTSMAN'S GAZETTE

THE SPORTSMAN'S GAZETTE

T R MTEAN'S G AETTEI EDITED BY "VATES." [EARLIEST EDITION.] To COUNTrzy AErTS ,,AND SuBsscRIERs. THREE EDITIONS OF THE ERA. *ijt edition i9 published in time for the Morning Trains Tirel it Ti~y Le in the hands of our readers within 300 miles of the 50 ?? ot sts same day; thle se
September 28, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PEDESTRIANISM.

PEDESTRIANISM.

PEDE STR!AN IS-M. MATCHES TO COME. Sept. 29-W. Sherratt,of Tunstall, andJ. Adaerley, of Congleton, 120 yards, for 20 sovs a-side, at Sandbach. 29-W. Hughes, of Newton, and J. Benson, of Wigan, 150 yards, for 20 sovs n-side, on Newton race-course. 23-W. Lees, of Middleton, and Luk
September 28, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
UNIFORMITY IN OUR FISCAL SYSTEM

UNIFORMITY IN OUR FISCAL SYSTEM

I . The consequence of an admission of articles of con- sumption, whether cotton, corn, or wool, duty free,- must be a total revision of oar fiscal system,. for it must be obvious that if one article of consumption be admitted duty free, when others are taxed one, two or three h
July 12, 1846 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN TITTLE TATTLE.

FOREIGN TITTLE TATTLE.

A LETTER in the Lausanne Gazette states that a gentleman of Geneva having been admitted to pay his respects to the King of the French, ?? expressed some uneasiness as to the future welfare of Switzerland, but expressed a wish to see the affairs of the confederation arranged at h
July 12, 1846 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE SPORTING ERA.

THE SPORTING ERA.

1 EDITED BY " RIDDLESWORTH.." I TO CLERKS OF COURSES-SECRETARIES OF YACHTING AND CRICKET CLUBS-COIURSING MEETINGS, &c. We shall at all times feel greatly indebted to those gentle. men who will take the trouble to forward us authentic returns of the meetings which may come off und
July 12, 1846 - The Era - London, London, England