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FOREIGN AFFAIRS.

FOREIGN AFFAIRS.

FRAuics.-The recent vote for increasing the naval ariar ment of France has been received, as might have been expected, by the Thiers journals es a triumph, whilst the jourctals of the government manifest no disposition to quarrel wiith a vote wbich gives tite ministry so much mo
June 5, 1842 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LAW AND POLICE.

LAW AND POLICE.

-LAW AND POLICE -- CHARGE OF FELONY. ke, a young married woman, good-looking, and nsiea l dressed, a sister of the Mrs. Tibbetts who some time r. necutie so much notoriety in connection with the Rev. in re o -ton, Was brought up forre-examination at Worship- SI 30dding I on Wedne
November 6, 1842 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PIGEON-SHOOTING.

PIGEON-SHOOTING.

GARrETT'S, CorErNAGEsN-1ousE.-The shooters, on Monday, were not numerous, but the l'olloivine are a few of the matches which came off:-Messrs. Williams, James, Hall, Beniton, and Jackson shot for a sweepstakes of lWs. each, tit seven birds each; Mr. Hall won, killing all his bir
November 6, 1842 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SPRING CIRCUITS.

SPRING CIRCUITS.

MRIIDLAND CIRCUIT. H.R. Reyno~ld,~ sq.1, Chief Commissioner. Essex.-Chelmsford, March 14 Essex-Colchester, March 15 Suffolk-Ipswich, March 16 Norfolk-Yarmouth, March 18 Norfolk-Norwich, March 20 City and County of the City of Norwich, the same day Norfolk-Lynn, March 23 Suffolk-
November 6, 1842 - The Era - London, London, England
 
INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS.

INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS.

INSTITUTkON' OF CIVIL ENCINEERS; h - ?? ?? : ! ;: 1. i ; ' b ?? AP'IJL _6.-A papesr taas read ?? iewmode,. ok raising ships ol all classes out of the water, for repair, &c.?" bM Mr. M1alletX, ?? -The'planuvis proposed for the pirose of replacing the graving dock and the patent sl
May 1, 1842 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT.

CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT.

SATUR0DAY-Sarah Paterson,53, was charged with feloniously personating Mary, the wife Of George Roger, a gunner on board the ship howe, in order to receive 10, with intent to defraud our Sovereigli Lady the Queen. Verdict, Acquittal. Sarah Stroud, 25 was indicted for the wilful m
September 4, 1842 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CHINA, AFFGHANISTAN, AND INDIA.

CHINA, AFFGHANISTAN, AND INDIA.

CHNNA, AFFCHANISTAN, AND INDIA. ?? Flos 1!idian and China papers were received ol MtonidaY, by express, from Marseilles, in anticipation of the overland mnail, whicL left Bombay, on the 23rd of May. In order to aveil the monsoon, the mail was despatched ten days earlier then usua
July 10, 1842 - The Era - London, London, England
 
APOLOGY BY THE EARTHQUAKE FOR NOT KEEPING ITS ASSIGNATION.

APOLOGY BY THE EARTHQUAKE FOR NOT KEEPING ITS ASSIGNATION.

Dear St. Paul, as I promised your city a visit, And" Ould Ireland" will puzzle its brains with-how is itl I pray my excuse to your friends vou'll band round, As I firmly intended to work under ground; But other professional business called me, When feeling the world had in spite
March 20, 1842 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN AFFAIRS.

FOREIGN AFFAIRS.

FRAC.-Wehave rereived pr'journais to Wednesday. The only subject of interest contained in these papers relates to the discussions in the Chamber of Deputies on the assertion of the Earl of Aberdeen, that he had no objection to the occupation of Algiers by the French. In allusion
March 20, 1842 - The Era - London, London, England
 
DESTRUCTION OF THE CITY OF HAMBURGH BY FIRE.

DESTRUCTION OF THE CITY OF HAMBURGH BY FIRE.

DESTRUCTION OF THE CITY OF HAMBUnqt BY FIRE, We have received by the Caledonian steamer, Capt. Ce man, which reached London on Tuesday eveniCg, intellg Of the most disastrous kind. Hamburgh has beet ?? ?? tirely destroyed by fre! The fire commenced on Thursda morning, at one o'cl
May 15, 1842 - The Era - London, London, England