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LITERATURE.

LITERATURE.

L.L - - T aAJPTOX COURT; OR, THE PROPHECY FULFILLED. (Bent. ?? author of this jsivel, whoever he may be, is not de. ficientiin ingenuity, since he has contrived to spin out what may be considered an elaborate guide to Hampton Court palace into these volumes. There are two wonder
January 12, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
COURSING.

COURSING.

COURSINC. MEETINGS TO COME. Club. Judge. Time of Meeting. ANUVARY. Ifonby and Brough ?? Mr M'George ?? 22 & 23 Lanarkahire and Renfrewshire .. -. 22 & 23 Tarleton Open... ?? Mr A. Daizel . 22 & 23 Speithorne ?? . ?? 22, 23 & 24 Horoby ?? MrGeorge ?? . ?? 23 Hereford . ?? . . .. 2
January 19, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PIGEON SHOOTING, &c.

PIGEON SHOOTING, &c.

P[GEON SHOOTING, &c. GAERATT'S, COPENHAGEN MIOuSE.-On MUonday, Messrs. Thorne and Bennett shot a match at 13 pigeons each, fu:r 5 sovS each ald the birds, when Mr. 'IThorne was the winner, killing is birds, and Mr. Bennett 9birds. IMessrs. Thorne, Hoock, Folycarts, and Bones, sho
January 26, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN AFFAIRS.

FOREIGN AFFAIRS.

FRANCE. The Paris papers contain no news of political imoortance The Opposition journals still amuse their readers with confident anticipations of the downfall of the Soult. Guizot Cabinet. It was expected that Count Portalis, who had been appointed by the Committee of the Chamb
January 12, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
COURT AND FASHION.

COURT AND FASHION.

COURT AND FASHiON. = v Y -EC - r ROYAL VISIT TO STRsATHFIELDSAYEb h On Monday the royal party, left WinsrCtlabuhlf past two, eseoited by a party of the Blues as far as Fern-hill, where a troop of the 17tth Lancers, commandad by Lieutenant Hayworth, took up the escort duty, and th
January 26, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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FOREIGN AFFAIRS.

FOREIGN AFFAIRS.

FRANCE. On Friday the Chamber of Deputies met for the purpose of electing a President for the session. The ballot gave the fol. lowhig tesult:-number of votes, 311: Al. Sauzct 164, M. Dupin 95, and M, Odillon Barrott 65. Neither of the candidates havingobtained the absolute majo
January 5, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
STEEPLE-CHASING.

STEEPLE-CHASING.

STEEPLE-CUASES TO COME. Jan. 13-Thorneton ?? Closes Jan. 6 15-Luean .Closes Jan. 9 I 16-EIthabm and Woolwich (two) ?? Closes Jan. 9 17-Miatch between Mr W. Batty's Singlepeeper and Mr T. Thornber's Sweet Fanny Grey, at Craven, Yorkshire. ?? ?? Closes Jan. 14 29-Hererord (two) ??
January 5, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
STEEPLE-CHASING.

STEEPLE-CHASING.

STE c.PLE-CHASING. STEEPLE-CiASES TO COSIE. -av. 21-Petesrboruugo ?? I , , . ?? Ciosel S-Hereford (two . First closed; second closes Jan. 27. 30-1lereford (Ibree) First closed; second andthird Jan. 27. -AbcrNstwith ?? Closed. -Biomingliarn, 7th Hussars (Lord A. Paget's Cup) ?? Cl
January 19, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PEDESTRIANISM.

PEDESTRIANISM.

l..7tedes 7'c~ni, f AqcIuaHic8, Cric. et, Rig, and Pedesh iunisi ~for 1s44, will appear suacessiv ly in the "Bra," being unable to finld space for any of them in our Sul-pkenenis. PEDESTRIAWSM. ?? I MATCHiER TO COM E. Jan. 20-Joseph Shephecrad (alias the Yorkshire Runner) to run
January 19, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CHRONOLOGY OF AQUATICS FOR 1844.

CHRONOLOGY OF AQUATICS FOR 1844.

CHRONOLOcy OF AQUATICS FOR 1844.1 I _ FEBRUARY. 24.Cambridge (Lent Term) Boat Races commenced this day, and terminatedon the6th of March; they started as follows on the first day: ?? Trinity, 2Peterbouse,3 Caius, 4Magdalene,5 John's 6 3rd Trinity, 7 Jesus, 82nd Trinity, 91st Trin
January 26, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England