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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
 
ROYAL THAMES YACHT CLUB.

ROYAL THAMES YACHT CLUB.

I . I "Of famed Britannia were the gallant crew, And from that isle her name each vessel drew." "The stately yacht; with all her daring band, To skilful Alfred owned the chief command." tPL - FFALcoNrEI. The first grand match of the season came offon Tuesday last, of this popula
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
 
COURT AND FASHION.

COURT AND FASHION.

GOURT AND FASHION. On Friday morning the Queen and Prince Albert walked for some time in the pleasure-grounds and the Home-park. Their Royal Highnesses the Prince of Wales, Prince Al- fred, the Princess Royal, and the Princess Alice, were taken for pony and other exercise. In the
February 2, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FASHIONS FOR FEBRUARY.

FASHIONS FOR FEBRUARY.

(From the London and Poris Ladies' Magazine of Fashion.) Whilst pampadourvelout6, pekin satins, and all rich material: in beautiful and lively colors axe among the splendid novelties of the season, all lighter materials are preferred forball dzessess crapes, ombres and embroider
February 2, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
OUR CARPET BAG.

OUR CARPET BAG.

OUR CARPET BAO. ?? I A MODERN ImPROMPTU. What's an Impromptu now-.adays! a thought By a dull brain's belabored plodding wrought To settle down into a thing of rhyme- Not worth the lie, and still less worth the time. THE GAME-COCKI Preserve my Berkeley's game, Boaotia cries, Nor d
February 2, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England