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THE ERA.

THE ERA.

TIZE BRA. 1?-- [LATEST EDITION.] SUNDAY, JULY 28, 1844. As usual at this period of the year, the wisdom of the House of Commons has discovered the inutility of long debates, and we consequently find that a great variety of business has been brought before Parliament, and has been
July 28, 1844 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TOWN TALK.

TOWN TALK.

The weather has been excessively hot, and there is a sort of languor in public affairs, notwithstandirng the exertion0 of tbe House of Commons, both morning and evening, to get through business, and finish the Session. Ministers ought to get this exertion made a little earlier i
July 28, 1844 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE NEW SHIP-DESTROYING EXPERIMENT, BY CAPTAIN WARNER, OFF BRIGHTON.

THE NEW SHIP-DESTROYING EXPERIMENT, BY CAPTAIN WARNER, OFF BRIGHTON.

THE NEW SHIP-DESTROYING FXPERINMENT, BY CAPTAIN WARNER, OFF BRIGHTON' On Saturday last a novel and interesting experiment in the art of war was tried by Captain Warner, in the presence of at least 40,000 persons, assembled at Brighton to Witness the de. struction of the barque Jo
July 28, 1844 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE GOODWOOD CUP AND STAKES.

THE GOODWOOD CUP AND STAKES.

THE COODWOOD CUP AND STAKES. r b will howv sie ritit varicous weights have had onl ?? ,aJir huet horse., over 2bo ?? duiurilg the last 14 Vit i (li e ?? out the estimation ill which the nags Wrie regthr~il is! tildse geseratly nice observers of a horse's eapabilities. heb Iiotlg
July 28, 1844 - The Era - London, London, England
 
RACES PAST.

RACES PAST.

TEWKESBURY AND GLOUCESTER RACES. INES DY. The PnoODucP SWEEPsTAKEs of 50 sovs each, b ft, 9;-t ib fijties, 8st 61b; mile an al quarter. (14 subs.) S eor"e ShicIsAI'-round-my-hat - ?? over .'TAXES of 25 sovs eacl, 15 ft. . only if de- coves his stake; two rnies. (Si sabs)j 15 of
July 28, 1844 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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AQUATICS.

AQUATICS.

. -, - ; e- < i,, f -- A, _ A ?? t^ . r go . Q'as alES AND REGATTAS TO COME. -S~ ?? TPeCatta. -- 9-Paul' Wharf Regatta; fouo-oared match for a boat, &t. 29 & 30-Cork liorbor Regatta. -Four-oared Match for a Boat given by Chandler, of Mill- bank-row (not fixed.) -Watersmen's Subsc
July 28, 1844 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PEDESTRIANISM.

PEDESTRIANISM.

PEDESTRIAN ISM. MATCHEq TO COME. July 29-3. Etchells and G. Eastham, the Flying Clogger, of Preston, 210 yards, 50l sovs a-side, at Horwich. 29-H. Wassall and W. Matthews, both of Birmingham, to run a quarter of a.mile, for 1O.sovs a-side. 29-I. Earlam and C. Woodman, to wallk si
July 28, 1844 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ROYAL SOUTH LONDON FLORICULTURAL SOCIETY.

ROYAL SOUTH LONDON FLORICULTURAL SOCIETY.

I It will excite no surprise to find his Royal -iigh..:ess the Duke of Cambridge, with his son'in.lair, in these gardens soon after twelve at noon, honoring the exhibition with their pre. sence; and minutely inspecting, with evident satisfaction and unaffected good humor (so tru
July 28, 1844 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MISS MARTINEAU AND MESMERISM.

MISS MARTINEAU AND MESMERISM.

The extract beneath is from she pages of the Athensam, and the contribution is from the pen of a lady whom the world would imagine to be more absorbed by metaphysics than beatitudes; our readers must judge for themselves, whether " there are more things twixt heaven and earth th
December 8, 1844 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MANCHESTER REGATTA CLUB.

MANCHESTER REGATTA CLUB.

.TO THE EDITOR OP THE ERA. SIR,-Knowing that the columns of your valuable paper were never intended to be occupied by an idle correspondence, it is with the greatest reluctance that I again venture to encroach upon them,ebut justice to myselfcompels ine. Inthe first place, I can
December 8, 1844 - The Era - London, London, England