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BIRTHS. On the 23rd

BIRTHS. On the 23rd

ult., at Moore Abbey, Kildare, the Lady Henry Moore, of a ?? the 24th ult., at Liverpool. Odrs. Frederic Iliff, of a ?? the 25th ult., at Clifton, the lady of W.Chafyn Grove, Esq., of a ?? the 26th ult., at 59, Dunford-street. Stonehouse, the lady of Captain. Hugh Palliser, R.M.
October 4, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE THEATRES.

THE THEATRES.

I COVaNT.GARDEw.-The " Bride of Messina" has been acted during the past week with increased success. On Tuesday the play was followed by a musical piece, called the " Greek Buy," from the pen of Mr. Lover, who is both the author and the composer. The subject is the cunning of a
October 4, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
COURT AND FASHION.

COURT AND FASHION.

Her Majesty and Prince Albert, and suites, left the Castle sbertlv after three o'clock on Thursday in an open carriage and f6ur,witb an escort of Life Guards, for Claremont. The pocbess of Kent also left for Ingestre House, and Lord Melboulne for his house in South-street, Grosv
October 4, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
WANDSWORTH PETTY SESSIONS.

WANDSWORTH PETTY SESSIONS.

WANDSWORTH PETTY SESSIQMS. I . ~ ~ ~ A (O030IffiTAL OF THE EARL OF CARDIGAN AND THlE SECONDS. Monday havring been appointed for the final inquiry into the charge made againist the Earl of Cardigan, as principal, in ?? feloniously shot at Captain Harvey Tuckett, with intent to mur
October 4, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE FITZ-FIRKINS.

THE FITZ-FIRKINS.

THE FITZ-FIRKINS, A P I C KWIC KIAN TALLE Sorrows are mercifully sent to chasten our feelings, and to turn our thoughts from earth to heaven. Did they never visit us, bow should we cling to this world, and its fleeting and transient joys, and never seek by self-examination to ask
October 4, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
POLICE COURTS.

POLICE COURTS.

MA~NSION-HIOUSE.-FstAno.-Eu,'eto Teobale Tillot, a French- man, was brought up for final examination, charged with having de- frauded. tradesaien to a very large amount. The prisoner said that heo did not understand the roiglisl language, but there were several pie- sent wvho sa
October 4, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE MARKETS.

THE MARKETS.

CORN-MARKET-OcT. 2. Although there is very little English WHEATfresh up since Monday, yet the condition of the greater part of what was here on that day was so damp, that much of it was left over on Wednesday, and a portion of it still remains undisposed of. There is a very smal
October 4, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE TRUE SPORTSMAN'S GAZETTE.

THE TRUE SPORTSMAN'S GAZETTE.

I THE TURF. In the hope that the First October Meeting at head quarters, right mend in its attractions, as the week progressed, with indi.. cations too of fine weather, which were happily verified, and jresting that the rest of the sporting world under the same happy delusion wo
October 4, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MONEY MARKET AND CITY INTELLIGENCE.

MONEY MARKET AND CITY INTELLIGENCE.

1~~ ?? 0 . CITY, FRIDAY EvsNIoso. This morning's intelligence from Paris has brought a fall of t per cent. in the French Funds, consequent, it is said, on the decision of the Cabinet Council, which took place here on Monday last, being adverse to the proposition made by Me. heme
October 4, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AGRICULTURAL REPORT FOR SEPTEMBER.

AGRICULTURAL REPORT FOR SEPTEMBER.

I This will be found the most important of oar monthly series of the current year, for it comprises a summary of that mass of information which our inquiries have enabled us to collect in the harvesting of the late crops. Of our own vicinity (and we can include all that great be
October 4, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England