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DRUIDS' FESTIVAL.

DRUIDS' FESTIVAL.

The 59fli Anniversary Festival in conirnenmoration of the vise of the Ancient Order of Druids, was celebrated on Tuesday evening at the Lowvther Rooms, King William street, Straid, when about 120 gentlemen sat down to dinner. The hall was very tastefully decorated for the occasi
December 13, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"THE POACHER."

"THE POACHER."

. .-\- ,- MAY CAPTAIN MARRYAT. CHAP. V. TH E SINS OF THE FATHER ARE VISITED UPON THE CHILD- Jane bad remained in a state of great anxiety during her husband s absence, -watching and listening to every sound; every five minutes raising the latch of the door, and looking Out, hopin
December 20, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MYSTERIOUS VISITOR TO THE QUEEN'S DRESSING ROOM.

MYSTERIOUS VISITOR TO THE QUEEN'S DRESSING ROOM.

MYSTERIOUS VISITOR TO THE QUEEN'S DRESS- INC ROOM. On Wednesday morning, about two o'clock, a 'outh named William Jones, succeeded in entering Buckingham Palace, and gained admission into a room not more than fifty yards from the Queen's sleeping apartment. This same youth, it wi
December 6, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

8, New Burlington-street, Dec. 12,1840. MR. BENTLEY'S NEW PUBLICATIONS. .LJ Now READY. I. The New Romance, by the Author of " The Pilot," " The Pathfinder," &C. &C. MERCEDES OF CASTILE; A ROMANCE OF THE DAYS OF COLUMBUS. By J. FENNIDMORE COOPPR, EsQ. In 3 vols. post Svo. I. THE L
December 13, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"THE POACHER."

"THE POACHER."

BY CAPTAIN MNIARRYAT. CHAP. I. IN WHICH THERE IS MORE ALE T1tAN ARGUMENT. It was on a blusterous whidy night in the early part of No- vember, 1812, that three men were on the high road near to the little village of Grassford, in the south of Devonshire. The moon was nearly at th
December 13, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ARRIVAL OF THE INDIAN MAIL.

ARRIVAL OF THE INDIAN MAIL.

ARRIVAL OF _THE INDIAN MAIL. ThI latest dates of the journals and letters brorglit bv the epreent mail are from M altar . . N. Nov. 27 Alexandria ?? Nov. 17 Bomnbay ?? Oct. 31 Ceylon ?? Oct. IS Maacras ?? Oct. 23 Calcutta ?? Oct. 19 Singapore ?? Sept. Ii China . ?? Aug. 4 'The ne
December 13, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE THEATRES.

THE THEATRES.

THE: THE-ATRES. DtauiY-LANE CONCEUTS D'HIvER. -The different selec- tions of music are nightly received with unapimous applause. We perceive by the bills that this is tile last week but two of ht. Musard's engagement. Amongtthe nobility we havelately observed the ?? aend Countess
December 6, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ERA.

THE ERA.

T3E E A. [LXTEST EDITION.] SUNDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1840. St. Jean D'Acre seems destined by fate to redound to the glory of British arms, alike in the 18th as in the 19th century-our indomitable Navy conducing to its preservation in the former, as it has to its surrender, in the latte
December 6, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LITERATURE AND ART.

LITERATURE AND ART.

. THE MAGAZINES. BENTLEY'S 'MISCnLALNY.-Tlhis publication commences, as usual, with the coutinuation of " GUy Fawkes," of which we I say nothing till Mr. Bentley collects all the parts together, and presents them to our critical eve as a whole. The paper which immediately succeed
December 6, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LAW AND POLICE.

LAW AND POLICE.

EX PARTE BAINES, A PRISONER. M1r. M. D. Hill applied to the Court of Chancery for a habeas corpus to bring up W. Baines, now confined in the gaol of Leices. ter, under a %vrit de contumace capiendo, for non-pasment of2 5s. for church-rates, and the costs of a suit instituted to
December 6, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England