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PIGEON SHOOTING, &c.

PIGEON SHOOTING, &c.

PIGEON SHOOTING, &e. I GAsRATr's, COPEaNoAGSEN HOusE.-The muster on 55ondatrat the groundwasvery good, and a host of maiches were decided. ASutetN them were the foilowing:-A match between hlessrs. Rticbards, tgad, Smith, Gray, Dixon, Ash, and Day, for a svweepstakes of lseo eath,
November 3, 1844 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PIGEON SHOOTING, &c.

PIGEON SHOOTING, &c.

1lARRATT'S, COPENHAGEN IHOUSE.-On Monday, Messrs. Pritchard, Wadd, Hall, Williams, and Gilbert, shot for a sweep of 5s each, at 5 sparrows each, when Messrs. Wadd and Hall tied, killing all their birds, and divided. They shot for another at 5 more each, when Messis. Pritchard an
November 10, 1844 - The Era - London, London, England
 
BAPTISTE'S MISCELLANEA.

BAPTISTE'S MISCELLANEA.

I BAPTISTE'S MI.CELLAWEA. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ERA. DEAlt Sil,-The racing season of 1844 may, at length, be said to have reached its termination; the great events oftpsom and Doneaster are among the things which " have been; and, but for a few bickerings and squabbles in lieu of
November 10, 1844 - The Era - London, London, England
 
COURT AND FASHION.

COURT AND FASHION.

GoURt A 'FAHION. On Saturday last the Queen and Prinde Albert took their aecrustomnrdearlY walk in the morning. Her Majesty and his thel. Hfighnen augrain prowheued'aie in, thelp ?? in the after-noon,iscurning to Thecdastein aponycearriagot Teir Royal HNighuesses the Prince of Wa
November 24, 1844 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LITERATURE.

LITERATURE.

* O LLiTERATURE. ?? -- ?? .. NCOVTI a ARomance. By S. P. R. JAMES. (Bentlev.) be presen dearth of good writers of fictiun, any work I the hands of a novelist so well known and so justly ap. 1r) I d as All:. James, is indeed welcome. fie has labored Nhea successfully in the field
November 24, 1844 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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FOREIGN AFFAIRS.

FOREIGN AFFAIRS.

--O- ---AR I FOREIGN -2AFFAIRS.Il Th Paris FRANCE AND SPAIN. The Paris Journals to Tuesday inclusive, are almost exclh- aevely occupied with the affairs of Spain. From these and from the Madrid papers, it appears that an attempt was made on the 26th ult, to assassinate General Na
November 10, 1844 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE QUEEN'S VISIT TO THE CITY—OPENING OF THE ROYAL EXCHANGE.

THE QUEEN'S VISIT TO THE CITY—OPENING OF THE ROYAL EXCHANGE.

THE. QUEEN'S VISIT TO THE CITY-OPENiNCI I OF THE ROYAL EXCHANGE. Soon aftersday break on Monday morning, crowds of persons were seen streaming down the streets towards the line of pro- cession, with joyousness depicted in their countenances and evincing the pleasure they felt upo
November 3, 1844 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN AFFAIRS.

FOREIGN AFFAIRS.

FOREiGN AFFAIRS. I FRANCE. The Paris papers, to Tuesday inclusive, are destitute of domestic news, and are chiefly occupied with the affairs of Spain. The French Chambers are announced to open on the 26th of December. Tuesday's Moniteur contains a Royal Ordinance, authorising the
November 24, 1844 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE SYNOPSIS.

THE SYNOPSIS.

I I~ ~~ - ?? On Saturday last, a number of workmen in the employment of Mr. Jackson, the builder, were actively engaged in erecting scaffolding on the north side of the Royal Exchange, opposite St. Bartholomew's.lane, preparatory to the statues of Sir Thomas Gresham and Whitting
November 24, 1844 - The Era - London, London, England
 
COURT AND FASHION.

COURT AND FASHION.

On Saturday, the weather drove the Qeeen and Prince Albert for exercise to the Riding School. On Sunday service was per- formed before her Majesty in the private chapel of the Castle. on M1onday the Qneen walked, and Prince Albert with Prince Ernest of Hesse Philipithall, went o
November 10, 1844 - The Era - London, London, England