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STEAM SHIPS. VHEGENERAL STEAM NAVIGATION COM- TH.PAENY'S Powerful and first-rate STEAM SHIPS are appointed o leave the CUSTOM-HOUSE or TOWER OF LONDON, for- HIAMBURGH (carrying her Majesty's mails), every Wednesday and., Saturday mornings, early. The Counte~ss of Lonsdale. Capt t
June 9, 1844 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN AFFAIRS.

FOREIGN AFFAIRS.

- - I ALGERIA. The latest accounts received from Algiers leave no doubt that France is on the eve of a war with Morocco, which will probably result in the subjugation of that empire, and its annexation with the French colony of Algiers. According to ?? ac- count of the affair, i
June 9, 1844 - The Era - London, London, England
 
RUNNING REIN AND THE DERBY STAKES.

RUNNING REIN AND THE DERBY STAKES.

COURT OF EXCHEQUER-YRsTEu DAY. At a sitting in banco of the the above court, after the Lord Chief Baron had delivered a judgment of no public import, Mr. Martin ?? rose, in the matter of Peel v. Wood, to move to have the whole of the affidavits in the cause filed, especially tha
June 9, 1844 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE RING.

THE RING.

:r 9 FfGHTS TO COME. t licung Groomy Howe, of Leicester, and Ned Pattison, of > - Bradfo'd, 10 soea a-side, half-way between Bradford and ?? Leicester. %N. 1*Jentcnrl and Harrison, 10 sov3 ?? school. s ?? and Young Reed, 100 sovs a-side, half-way between London and Manchester.-(O
June 9, 1844 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ERA.

THE ERA.

T-H - - - - A. - - :E :R A. [LATEST EDITION.] SUNDAY, JUNE 9, 1844. The Factory Bill, which a couple of months ago seemed so pregnant with political conflict and danger to the Ministerial position, has quietly passed into a law. It was read a third time in the Lords, and "passed"
June 9, 1844 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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MUSIC AND THE DRAMA.

MUSIC AND THE DRAMA.

FOREIGN CORRESPONDENCE AND MUSICAL INTELLIGENCE. (EXCLnSIVEa FR TnE ERA.) PARTS.-The receipts of the Opera House during the month of May surpass those of the same month of any preceding year. They exceed 160,000 francs, an enormous sum for this esta- blishment. Mdlle. Taglioni m
June 9, 1844 - The Era - London, London, England
 
NEW MUSIC.

NEW MUSIC.

Miss Rexford, a young lady of established ability, has jast brought out, through Cramer and Co., a pretty, simple siag, called " The Flower Girl ;" the air is original, anud the melody superior to the generality of modern compositions. We can. not bestow our approbation on the w
June 9, 1844 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CRICKET.

CRICKET.

G! - ~- --~ l IOCTFD LIST OF MATCHES FOR THE SEASON, 1844. F ju 1,80thl ?? M.C.C. and Ground agot the County 1fona)"J~' ?? Pilch. ,o surr e. loul at Eton-The S.C.C. agst the present Etonians. Thars"]Y dt,i 13t a dun" 17th, at Lord's-The Gentlemen of Kent agst the Gen- es of Oxfor
June 9, 1844 - The Era - London, London, England
 
OUR CARPET BAG.

OUR CARPET BAG.

I THE RECTOR or HENDoN.-A CHRISTISN PEACE3MAKER! -At the Edgware Special Sessions, the Rev. Theodore Wil- liams-a gentleman not unknown to fame-was charged with provoking a Mr. Foster Smith, a neighbor, to a breach of the peace. The Rev. Theodore, it appeared in evidence, "shook
June 9, 1844 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE SPORTSMAN'S GAZETTE

THE SPORTSMAN'S GAZETTE

THE SPORTSMAN'S CAZETTE I TN ~~ SPO - e- I. _ _ -- EDITED BY " VATES." ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. . Z.-We believe that it is generally understood the bets unon gsnin Rein will have to be paid, in the event of his lisqualifica- Bun and contrary to our opinion expressed last week.
June 9, 1844 - The Era - London, London, England