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NEWS OF THE WEEK.

NEWS OF THE WEEK.

APPALLING MURDER AT ISLINCTON. During the whole of Tuesday the neighbourbood of Isling- ton was much excited in consequence of the discovery of a most inhuman murder, perpetrated on the person of Mr Joltn 'empleman, an elderly gentleman, who resided in. an obscure cottage, situa
March 22, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY.

COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY.

COMMERCE, AND INDUSTRY. CITY, SATUADAY. FOREICN AND COLONIAL. The project of the canal of the Pyrenees, to unite the Ger- man Oceal1 with the Mediterranean, has been discussed in the French Chamber of Deputies, as one of the greatest import- ance to the inhabitants of the souther
March 22, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
EFFECTS OF OUR FOREIGN POLICY ON BRITISH INDUSTRY.

EFFECTS OF OUR FOREIGN POLICY ON BRITISH INDUSTRY.

EFFECTS OF OUR FOREIGN POLICY ON BRITISH ~ IINDUSTRY. On March 3rd several hundred of the working classes, chiefly Chartists, assembled, at the Lyceum Rooms, Glasgow, to hear a lecture on the above subject. Mr. MILLER, who was' called the chair, in introducing Mr. Cardo, observed
March 22, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CASE OF MURDER AT EDINBURGH.

CASE OF MURDER AT EDINBURGH.

Ahout four o'clock on Saturday morning the watchman on the Netherbow station found a man lying on the High-street insensible, and bleeding severely. On inquiry he found that he had just been thrown from a window of a house of an in- famous character, three storys high, and on pr
March 22, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
WEEKLY SUMMARY OF FOREIGN HISTORY.

WEEKLY SUMMARY OF FOREIGN HISTORY.

WyiArLY SUMMARY OF FOREIGN HISTORY. S9,, FRENiCH C11AMiBrR O0 DEPUTIES lhas met, since our last, on its standing committees,-to discuss the project of law on tie secret service money, and appoint the committee specially ciioared with its examination. The debate wvasextremelyani-
March 22, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CONTENTS.

CONTENTS.

.-FOLIT1OAT.TOPICS OF'1HHWRHK- A Loan for Russia of Ten Millions Sterling ?? 312 The Neapolitan Treaty ?? ill Dereneracy of the House of -C&omolus ?? ?? lb Iginisterial. Resignations in Yrngland, France, and Belgiumn ?? lb -The t Club ?? ib Character and Position of Sir Robert F
March 22, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
NAVAL INTELLIGENCE.

NAVAL INTELLIGENCE.

THE ATLANTIC STEAMERS. Letters received in town slate that the LIVEROL steamer is to undergo extensive alterations before she proceeds to sea again. An addition of seven feet to her beam is, it seems; to be made; and it is now said that she will not be taken off the American lin
March 22, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SULPHUR MONOPOLY.

SULPHUR MONOPOLY.

To enable our readers the be-ter to appreciate the following admirable paper on this subject, it is desirable that we should lay something of the author and the eminent firm to which he belongs. The house of " Johnson and Cargill" has had exten- aive commercial intercourse with
March 22, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
DRINKING IN AMERICA.

DRINKING IN AMERICA.

?? " Captain Marryat's Diary in America, Part ?? r have said that in the American hotels there is a parlour for the ladies to retire to; there is not one for the gentlemen vho have only the reading-room, where they stand and read ,the papers, which are laid out on desks, or the
March 22, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
COLLEGIATE LIFE.

COLLEGIATE LIFE.

CANTO V. Slander and war our pfime pursuits are made, And either sex makes each its darling trade. Some men the female privilege invade- Women there are would draw the mur'drous blade. There's nothing savage in a scene of slaughter- Of mangled characters, or mangled corses- "l'i
March 22, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England