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MUSIC AND THE DRAMA.

MUSIC AND THE DRAMA.

?? FOREIGN CORRESPONDENCE AND MUSICAL INTELLIGENCE. (EXCLusMvs FOR THE BRA.) PARTS.-ITALIAN OPERA.-" La Maria di Rohan" is the spoiled child of the administration of this theatre; on her are lavished the most attractive toiletles, the mest splendid decora- tions and sumptuous co
December 17, 1843 - The Era - London, London, England
 
OUR CARPET BAG.

OUR CARPET BAG.

A SumA IN VULGAR FRAbCTIONS.-Perceiving that Savings Banks had been established for the army, we submitted the fol- lowing questions to Mr. Hume:- lot. 'How much can a soldier, in the coarse of a year, put into a savings bank out of Is. 2d. a day ? 2nd. How long it will lake him
December 17, 1843 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MONEY MARKET AND CITY INTELLIGENCE.

MONEY MARKET AND CITY INTELLIGENCE.

FRIDAY EVENING. THE DISTRESS OF THE COUNTRY-ITS CAUSE AND REMEDY. The end of all legislation-the object of all Government- should be to promote the happiness, contentment, and pros- perity of the people. In the very nature of things there must be prosperity and adversity, riches
February 12, 1843 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LICENSED VICTUALLERS' PROTECTION SOCIETY.

LICENSED VICTUALLERS' PROTECTION SOCIETY.

ILICENIED IUaR a ?? 1FCTUALRPO r ?? s ocILEiTY E,~ ? oTi. 0T O This society, Whose Objects ar protection Of their i ae so tile ritim5atsand "al th one side, and any unjust oppress ofln la s etiv 'n ertb ols the verification ofthe old Porvrb, thatth ?? ih rrer to1,h but that the b
November 20, 1842 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LONDON GAZETTES.

LONDON GAZETTES.

I LONDON -GAZETT IIS. (From Tuesday's GAZETTE, NOV. 15; 184A.) PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. H. Lavell and 3. Kirkland, New street, Covent garden, grocers-W. Foster, C. W. Unthank, J; Townley, jun.. and J. M. Robberds, Nor- wich, attornies; as far as regards J. Townley-Currie, Waymeuth
November 20, 1842 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LITERATURE.

LITERATURE.

; DAYS iN TrEi EAST; A POEMi-. BY By. H. BURKE .(Smith and Elder.)-It is a hazaldous unaertakeng, it these days, to publish a poem; the reading tendency of the age is not to poetry; the surfeitlof what may be called the age of Byron, and his imitators, is scarcely yet cured;, an
November 20, 1842 - The Era - London, London, England
 
STEEPLE-CHASING.

STEEPLE-CHASING.

$ STE PUL.E-!CHASINC. NE1,WPORT PAGNET,-Thurisn y' If there is ore sportmnore than another, for whioh our countrimen are to lbe envied, it is-that of Iteeple-rliasing, the great passion for which is yearly increasing. It .is an amusement thatattracts great nunber of persons of al
November 20, 1842 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE NEWMARKET FIRST OCTOBER MEETING.

THE NEWMARKET FIRST OCTOBER MEETING.

THE NEWj&ARKET FIRST OCTOBER I MEETING. Newmarket, after opening the racing season with its Craven and First Spring, and merrily keeping up the ball with its Second Spring, enjoys a long siesta, broken only during the summer by the brief July sports, leaving to other racing local
October 1, 1848 - The Era - London, London, England
 
BIZARRE FABLES.

BIZARRE FABLES.

5 -Y THE AUTHOR OF "JEST AND EARNEST." "Shall quips, and sentences, and these paper bullets of the brain awe aman from the career of his humour5 -sA"ssaeara FABLE TX. THE GLOVED PHYLANT5ROPIST. The Honorable Augustus Morley was a great, and what is more, a celebrated, philanthro
July 25, 1841 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE SYNOPSIS.

THE SYNOPSIS.

It is stated that sonie three or four dozen persons lost their bate at the "1 banquet" at the Colosseum. Among them was Lord Dunboyna, who, white addressing a few words to she up- roarious Reformers, had his bat taken from tnuder his very nose-by. snistate,-A report has prevaile
July 25, 1841 - The Era - London, London, England