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ASSIZE INTELLIGENCE.

ASSIZE INTELLIGENCE.

I HOME CIRCUIT. Hirz1ToitD, Feb. '26.-The Commission of Assize for the county of Herts was opened this day, by Mr. Justice Littledale, at one o'clock. Lord Abinger did not arrive until the evening. The calendar contains the names of twenty persons, seventeen males and three fema
March 1, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARL AMENT. HOUSE OF LORDS-MONDAY. The royal assent was gives, by commission, to the Transfer of Aids Bill. The Marquis of LoNDOMnERtRY instituted further inquiry respecting the French occupation of the " islet" of Port Mahon. The Earl of CLARBaIDoN repeated that his att
March 1, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LICENSED VICTUALLERS.

LICENSED VICTUALLERS.

LICENSED VICTUALLERS' ASYLUM. Wednesday was the day, fixed for elections to fil up the vacancies in this institution, which being supplied now com- pletes accommodation for 101 occupyinghouses, but if man and wife be admitted, the number of persons may exceed the num- ber of occ
March 1, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CASE OF FROST, WILLIAMS, AND JONES.

CASE OF FROST, WILLIAMS, AND JONES.

I ?? - TO TRE EDITOn.-SIa,-With this letter I beg to band vou a copy of a petition which I forwarded to Lord Normauby on Sunday last, with a request that he would lay the same before the Queen. I also send herewith a copy of a letter which I have since received from his Lordship
March 1, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
NAVAL INTELLIGENCE.

NAVAL INTELLIGENCE.

NOTICE TO MARINERS. LEMAN AND OWER LIGHT-VESSEL. Trinity-hottse, London, Feb. 20, 1840. Mariners malking this light-vessel during the day-time are to observe, that, in order to render her readily distinguishable from all other light-vessels in the North Sea, a ball is constantly
March 1, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE THIRD DEFEAT.

THE THIRD DEFEAT.

The Yoracious appetite of these men for a thorough beating, .aa only be accounted forby an overwhelming sense of their own demerits; and a praiseworthy desire of expiating their sins, as Ministers, by their unceasing mortification as men. Ljamrns OF rAnT. TO TXE EDITOR OF TNE ER
March 1, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
OUR FOREIGN POLICY.

OUR FOREIGN POLICY.

THE DOWNFALL OF ENGLAND. While other powers were struggling for acquisition of territory, or for their defence against aggressions of an unjust and ambitious neighbour-England-" the sea- oirt Isle"-unable to extend her own frontiers-pos sessed of a naval superiority which freed
March 1, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE TRUE SPORTSMAN'S GAZETTE.

THE TRUE SPORTSMAN'S GAZETTE.

THE TURF. TATTERSALL'S-MONVAo, FaB. 24. When we some time since broached the doctrine that the operation of a frosty atmosphere was prejudicial to animal life, and that its pernicious influence would be found in cor. responding ratio to the quality (mild or severe, as it might hI
March 1, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

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March 1, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE MARKETS.

THE MARKETS.

CORN MARKET-FEu. 28. There have been very few arrivals of Grain generally during the week, and the prices are firmrly maintained both ior Foreign and king- lish Wheat. There hts been rather more inquiry tfr Foreign.-Barley, Beans, and Peas are without any alteration worth ?? hav
March 1, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England