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MUSIC AND THE DRAMA.

MUSIC AND THE DRAMA.

: ?? FOREIGN CORRESPONDENCE AND MUSICAL INTELLIGENCE. (EXCLUSIVE FOR THE BRA.) ACADEMIE ROYALE De MtUSIQUE.-The second represensa. Lion of Mdlle.Taglioni took place on Wednesday. The house, as will be readily imagined, was crowded. All the world was anxious to see their' old fav
June 16, 1844 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CRICKET.

CRICKET.

LT OF IATCflES FOR THE SEASON, l844. | CoB ltECTFh, at Lord-s.- The (;entlemen of Kent agst the Gen- 5 u Of thtbuiversities of Ofxord and Cambridge. Thooda 24h, t Lrd's-Th~e IN.C.C. and Ground agst the West fhlsndt june th Four Players of England. 0~ sg~fl 27h, t ?? M1C.C. agst
June 16, 1844 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

LATEST INTELLICENCE. CIY, SATURDAY EVENING. The determination of Sir Robert Peel, it appears, is to ad- here to his Bank Bill, as printed, unless Parliament forces him into modifications. The division on the Sugar Question having gone against the Ministry, has had no effect upon
June 16, 1844 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE SYNOPSIS.

THE SYNOPSIS.

I I Vice Admiral Sir Charles Adam, ?? has declared the Port of San Juan de Nicarigua in a state of blockade-A little urchin, ten years old, named George Kersley, was taken before |Mr. Reid, at the Town-hall, Croydon, on Saturday, charged with having unlawfully and maliciously se
June 16, 1844 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE SPORTSMAN'S GAZETTE

THE SPORTSMAN'S GAZETTE

TII SPORTS AN'S CAZETTEI EDITED BY "VATES." jSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. A OF I"At PLAY-The Lottery money must follow the stakes, 0 omsoever they may be paid. Again, and aain, we have to t at there can be no deviation from such rule, except where a n was positively expressed that th
June 16, 1844 - The Era - London, London, England
 
BAPTISTE'S MISCELLANEA.

BAPTISTE'S MISCELLANEA.

TO THE EDITOR OF TEE ERA. DEA.R Sis, -I by no means wish to set on foot another flioes controversy, but I must beg to advert again to the question of Merope, which I shall still be inclined to pronounce as a tri- syllabic word, although I willingly admit the French usage to the
June 16, 1844 - The Era - London, London, England
 
HAMPTON RACES.

HAMPTON RACES.

H4AMPTON RACES. Our orstfeas asto egisatie interference were realised onl reaching Mouse H st, leilthe medln o regular anti-thimble na administration; Lord Stanley should never have lent him- seto he ainly ntedic, fr wll as lie entitled to exclaimn in the outburst of his ?? I tha
June 16, 1844 - The Era - London, London, England
 
NEWTON MEETING.

NEWTON MEETING.

NEWTON MEETINC. I This pleasant meeting commenced on 'Wednesd5y las the turf near Newton in the Willows, under ths pre?"d t, 0: those thorough-going sportsman Captain Whit and suncy Of B. Legh, Esq., they being the Stewards for itse an Care ti chyar, and 4 White, of Naustwieh, ho
June 16, 1844 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PEDESTRIANISM.

PEDESTRIANISM.

PZDESTRIANISAI . | M ATCEIiE TO COME. June 17-E. Smith and Moon, of Sussex, 10 yards, foT 10 SOvS a-side, at Cheddingly. 17-Foot-race at the West Bromwich Cricket-ground, for a Tan- hard, value 20 sovs. 1s-Smith. of Knutstord, and Scanloa, 200 yards, 50 sovs a-side. 24-Willox, th
June 16, 1844 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SPORTING LITERATURE.

SPORTING LITERATURE.

HYDE MARSTON; OR, A SPORTSMAN'S LIFE. 3 vol. 8vo. (Colburn, Great Marlborough.street.)-The author of these volumes (the matter of which originally appeared periodically in the Sporting Review) is too well known, under his signature of " Craven," to the Sporting community, to ren
June 16, 1844 - The Era - London, London, England