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FROM TUESDAY'S LONDON GAZETTE.

FROM TUESDAY'S LONDON GAZETTE.

- JEfDAY'S LONDON CAZETTE. 7FROM TuES I BANKRUPTS. Winchester-street, King's-cross, builder-I. lodge, hb. u an, Ciy. licensed victualler-J. F. Wood, Oxford, surgeon 0,bh pele nhe irm George-street, Minories, ship owner-R. Hodgson . F. oppen d Durham. mercer and draper-Z. Bond, Ma
June 30, 1844 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT.

CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT.

Tax ABDUCTION CASE.-William Burton Newnham wag indicted for a misdemeanor, in having unlawfully taken an unmarried girl, under the age of sixteen, from the custody of her mother, and against her consent. The Jury having returned a verdict of Guilty, on the prisoner's being calle
June 23, 1844 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CRICKET.

CRICKET.

I ,OtRECTR5D LIST OF MATCHES FOR THE SEASON, 1844. ?? S4th, at Lord's-The M.C.C. and Groaud aest the West of figland, vwith Four Plarers of England. Tb'rsday, June 27tb, at lora ?? M.C.C. agst the University of Oxford-return match. M4anday,l3uly lst, at Lord's-Rent agst England.
June 23, 1844 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MONEY MARKET AND CITY INTELLIGENCE.

MONEY MARKET AND CITY INTELLIGENCE.

CITY, FRIDAY EVENING. The currency scheme recently propounded by Sir Robert Peel continues to form not only a principal topic of discussion, but a subject of considerable anxiety and alarm among the section of commercialists hitherto identified with the monetary management of th
June 16, 1844 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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
 
FOREIGN AFFAIRS.

FOREIGN AFFAIRS.

FOREIGN A FRANCE. The Paris journals to Wednesda1y inclu matter of the slightest i merest to tile EnglUsi aive contain The Bill on Secondary Instruction has pas ter h t Peers, after a discussion which occupied 27 days t Chamber of and mutilated as to disappoint the movers buf so
June 2, 1844 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE SPORTSMAN'S GAZETTE

THE SPORTSMAN'S GAZETTE

THE SPORTSMAN9;' GAZETTEI EDITED BY - VATES," ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. G Wvoverhampton)The work referred to was published by Barth, W4* oventgarden. BrygT~h- Peuet is optional in all cases, except where the parties have . Bd Ther an leg and marked( four each on the second round
June 30, 1844 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TOWN TALK.

TOWN TALK.

The course of political affairs has run more smooth in the past week than in the week preceding. TheConservativeshave seemed much more at their ease; the winter of their discontent hasbeen turned into smiling summer bv Sir'Robert Peel's speech on the Corn-laws, in opposition to
June 30, 1844 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AWFUL AND DESTRUCTIVE FIRE AT CRAVESEND.

AWFUL AND DESTRUCTIVE FIRE AT CRAVESEND.

| i~~ ~ ~ i _I At about half-past ten o'clock on Sunday night a fire broke out in a lane in West-street, Gravesend, and in a few minutes seized upon the adjacent house, and spread from that with in- conceivable rapidity to the adjoining coal wharf, belonging to the Commercial Coa
June 9, 1844 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ERA.

THE ERA.

TEt BRA. [LATEST BDITION.] SUNDAY, JUNE 30, ls4. The Corn-law question has been again occupying theattention of Parliament. The views of theAnti. Corn-law League have met with a signal defeat in the House of Commons. After two nights' debating if such speeches as were made may be
June 30, 1844 - The Era - London, London, England