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THE ERA.

THE ERA.

.THZE- ERA. ELILTEST EDITION.] SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1840. Wye have hitherto refrained from saying anything about Socialism, and for a reason not usually given Iv the inditers of newspaper articles, that we were pro- foundly ignorant of the subject. Ignorance, however, would now be
February 9, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
WEEKLY SUMMARY OF FOREIGN HISTORY.

WEEKLY SUMMARY OF FOREIGN HISTORY.

THE PaRISIAN PAMPHLETEERS are somewhat busy at pre- sent, and even royalty itself escapes not the power of their pens. The King's sons are especially the objects of attack. li. de Cormenin (who writes generally under the name of Tinton), and whose brochure prevented the grant of
February 16, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

I LATEST INTELLIGCECE. I BLOCKADE OF THE CHINESE PORTS. The following official notices, dated Hong Kong, Sept. 23, reached us at a late hour this morning by the Marmion, which left Hong Kong, Sept. 27*- " The High Commnissioner and the Governor of these pro- vinces having publicl
February 2, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SHERIFFS APPOINTED BY HER MAJESTY IN COUNCIL FOR THE YEAR 1840.

SHERIFFS APPOINTED BY HER MAJESTY IN COUNCIL FOR THE YEAR 1840.

The folloving list of Sherifls appeared in Friday evening's Gazette :--fdtordshire: William Frederick Brown, of Dun- stable, Esq.-Berlishire: Henry Hippislev, of Lambourne- place, Esq.-Buclbinehamsbire : John P'ter Deering, of ute Lee, Esq.-Cambridge and Huntingdon Thoras MDrtlo
February 2, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TALES OF THE TRADES.

TALES OF THE TRADES.

BY LEiTcH RITcuIE. No. IY.-THE CAPTAIN'S SON. My father's last voyage was a memorable one both to him and to me-his ship was wrecked, on her return from the West Indies, at the very entrance of the river. The event threw the whole town into commotion. It is impossible to describ
February 23, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

Fiaz AND Loss or Lsiva-Yesterday afternoon, between three and four o'clock, an unfortunate fire, attended with loss of life, occurred on Saffron-hill. From enquiries instituted on the ipot, it appears that some of the iababitants observing smoke ic. suing from the front attic of
February 23, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
POLICE-COURTS.

POLICE-COURTS.

HAP TTO -CARDEN. SrseT3BiN.-George Batten, aged 14, was charged by John Lyons, aged 14, with having stabbed him with a penknife.- The prisoner and the prosecutor are employcfl together at a cigar manufactory, No. 48, St, John-street, Clerkenwell. I ri. soner was eating a baked p
February 9, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY.

COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY.

CsIrr, SATURTDAY. FOREIGN AND COLONIAL The commercial accounts from the United States, bh thie Stephen Whitney, with dates to the 1-5th ult. from New York, are generally more favourable, and the prices of various stock-s and Bank shares were on the advance. Advices from New Orle
February 9, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE COLONIES.

THE COLONIES.

NORTH EASTERN BOUINDARY...-Th message of Governor Fairfield to the Legislat;ireofMaine, delivered on FridayVJan. S Cemmunicates the following facts, in relation to the disputed territoly -" The vi vvs which11 I Ihave presented in this Commrnu- ication upon the subject of the bon
February 9, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PUBLIC SALES.

PUBLIC SALES.

BY Messrs. FOSTER and SONS, at Garraway's.-A freehold estate, consisting of a first-rate hotel and boarding-house ad- joining, formerly known as Fisher's Hotel and Boarding- bouse, but since named the Clarence Hotel, situated in the centre of Cheltenham, Gloucestershire. Near th
February 2, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England