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FOREIGN AFFAIRS.

FOREIGN AFFAIRS.

FQ IC. AFFAMS' FRANCE. h occapier wit tl The Paris scarush ince our last Iare Iefy was Stifac iore sffsresp of Sain. ?? latest news from Mad. crtaind t eave thof h absen aln h ?? received, It is rtain diat tha Erone attempthad been mare to raise the stand of nurli- rection, but h
June 11, 1843 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MONEY MARKET AND CITY INTELLIGENCE.

MONEY MARKET AND CITY INTELLIGENCE.

1 CcI'r, FR1D~i' EYENINO. The Funds ill the early part of the week paotially ieceveied reer latedeprionin Ie and rose to 93n, but in i0nseqlfence a very ?? article which appeare i Pn the thte reverndt Irelatndg ittc gave the public reason to Supposetat rentw was on the eye of a r
June 11, 1843 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

XTOTICE TO THE ULC GEEA OTOFFICE, MAY. 1843. A New Conention GEERAL P05; which will corns nt operaonetion onthbaving been made with teFoloigatranc, tiofs into operation on the First bay of June next, fom that dalte:- in the rates of Postage will take place on an ?? tha te: LETTER
May 28, 1843 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TOWN TALK.

TOWN TALK.

The agitaiing expectatlous'of the political quidnunc, in. iegard to t'hetiinada Corn affair,have ail ended in smolce. Tb DMinisters! carried their proposal for goin6 into committee tnpoon the resolutitons by a majorily of more tlian two to one, in a full1 Eous. TbisW was a stran
May 28, 1843 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE SPORTMAN'S GAZETTE.

THE SPORTMAN'S GAZETTE.

-'GAZETTEI t ^snB AE. EDI1T . t u *, . . TO THE SPORTING PUBLIC. a V begs to state that thefllest particulars of Proncial f eecral, and the Ring in particsar, ?? in future be 'Ar Per/ f~ gylr~ EDITION; theref~oim our Subsbenbrs, both in 1dir s the CouNTRY D| for these details, ar
October 15, 1843 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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THE SYNOPSIS.

THE SYNOPSIS.

The Commissioners of Woods and Forests, among the im- provements in progress in St. James's Palace, the interior of which is tobe restored to its pristine splendorere thecommence- ment of the next series of royal levees and drawing-rooms. have ordered the constructing of a new p
October 15, 1843 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE MARKETS.

THE MARKETS.

?? CORN-MARKET-MARCI 31. The supplies of English WHEAT are less than usual this week, and very little remains undisposed of this morning. Having, a very thiu attendanee'of dealers, the transactions in' most articles are extremely limited, though trade generally is firm. The few
April 2, 1843 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

o I ?? CIT, SATURDAY EVBNG. The Funds are very heavy to.day, and Consols closed at 94* i. There is no doubt that the state of the revenue, coupled with the Unpleasant state ef affairs existing between France and Spain has caused some alarm, and Money Stoelk has been brought to m
January 15, 1843 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE RING.

THE RING.

THE R.N . FIGHTS TO COME. Jan. 28-BilI Jones and Thomas Evans (of Birmingham), 05 a-side, half-way between London and Birmingham. Mar. 21-Bungar5e and Sambo Sutton,_g5Doa.side, within fifty miles of London. -ieb M Apil4The'Liverpool Slasher and NcdAdamnO, 100 asd, haf-wa April 4-
January 15, 1843 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LITERATURE.

LITERATURE.

SOLITARY WALKS ifl1T OnEX MANY LANDS. By H. D. 'INGLIS. (Whittaker.)-We know of no literary man of the present age, with the exception of Walter Scott, whose death the reading public have to lament so much as that of Mr. Inglis. The extent and accuracy of his, investigations-the
February 12, 1843 - The Era - London, London, England