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TREASON OF LORD PALMERSTON.

TREASON OF LORD PALMERSTON.

4a TO THlE EDITOR OF THE ERA. SIR,-From the flattering majority of nine obtained by ministers in the debate on Sir James Graham's motion, we shall doubtless have to enjoy the benefit of their misrule for a season longer, unless means are taken to avert such a calamity; with this
April 26, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN POLICY OF GOVERNMENT.

FOREIGN POLICY OF GOVERNMENT.

(From the Glasgow Constitulional.) A meeting of the friends of Mr. Monteith, called by that gentleman, was heli on Saturday at the Black Bull Hall, to the number of three hundred, at which Mr. Monteith stated that his reason for calling them together was to put them in possessio
April 26, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LUDICROUS DISPLAY OF IGNORANCE.

LUDICROUS DISPLAY OF IGNORANCE.

Although it is no joke that the rulers of this land should share with the country at large the gross ignorance which pre. vails on all colonial subjects, we are disposed to think, with Mr. Justice Halliburton, that things have now come to such a pass, that ridicule is more likel
April 26, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SOUTH AMERICAN BONDS.

SOUTH AMERICAN BONDS.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE ERA. SIR,-In your last Sunday's paper, in an able and straight. forward article, you advocated the cause of the South American Bondholders-a body of ill-used and oppressed sufferers; and have kindly promised to allow to appear in your paper any remarks that
April 26, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
YACHT PROCEEDINGS.

YACHT PROCEEDINGS.

YACHT PROCEEDINCS. 0 THE YACHT CLUB AT SEA.-The weekly day of maceuvre arrives. Then from their moorings, north, south, east and west, the yacht club vessels gather round their commodore, and, coming to an anchor, prepare for the cruize. The owners now hasten on board the lag yac
April 26, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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THINGS IN GENERAL.

THINGS IN GENERAL.

T THINrGS lIN CE'N"ERA"L"." I NAIOLZON'S RLsrp or riTH Pboao-Tco improve the con. ditlsm of the poor was one of the easliest cues of the Emperor. In a letter to the Minister of the Interior, dated the 2nd .of November, 1807, he says that he attached a great idea of-glory to the d
April 26, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE MARKETS.

THE MARKETS.

_b CORN MARKET-APRAL 24. The arrivals of English Grain have been modertee during the week though wehada good on p pyof ForeignWheat, andno alteration oi an~y momnent hfas taken pla e in the value of eit'or English or Foew since Monday; the trade, Iorawver, has been ?? con.* tinu
April 26, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PROVINCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

PROVINCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

DBIcHTON.-TffE LATE ELOPEMENT.-Reports have ?? s thate Rev. Dr Lardner did not, in his late affair 0fch ust~ qhauite lose sight of the " loaves and fishes ;" for in Ofgalatch was broken open by his most unwelcome visitor, hisd 'd considerable portion of valuable property belongi
April 26, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ERA.

THE ERA.

THE E IRA. [LATEST EDITION.] SUNDAY, APRIL 26, I840. There are no occurrences of a political-party charac- ter whereon to comment this week. Wehave, however, to record the progress of the all- important movement to which we have already referred. The report of a meeting of some o
April 26, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CATTERICK-BRIDGE MEETING.

CATTERICK-BRIDGE MEETING.

CATTERICK-BRIDOE MEETINC. (Concluded from page eleven.) TitursDAY.-The CHAMPAGNE STAKES of 20 Sovs each, with 15 added, for two-year nlds; colts, 8st 1bb.;' fillies. 8st. The winner to give 2 2s. to Mr. Orton, the judge. Three quarters of a mile. Mr. Wormald's ch c Millepede - (R
April 26, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England