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LYCEUM THEATRE.

LYCEUM THEATRE.

I This theatre opened its doors to an immense audience, for the winter season, on Saturday (last) evening, and it formed an epoch in the career of the Keeleys, which we are quite sure that they will never forget, as that the waters of Lethe will never wash awaythe pleasing remin
December 21, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE LATE EDMUND KEAN.

THE LATE EDMUND KEAN.

*Many shall come, and many shall dare, But none shall fill that vacated ehair."-E. 1(azour. Many mis-statements occur in the columns Of our contef- poraries respecting Edmund Kean. That he was, in his boy. hood, with Richardson, thousands yet living can testify. He was also in a
December 21, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CRICKET.

CRICKET.

...i ELEVEN OF ALL ENGLAND v. FOURTEEN OF NOTTINGHAM, FOR 200 SOVS A-SIDE This match was commenced on Clark's Ground, Nottingham, on Thursday, and was not brought to a conclusion until Saturday. Messrs. Calderett and Bailey, from the Marylebone Grounds, officiated as umpire5. Th
September 14, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
COURT AND FASHION.

COURT AND FASHION.

COURT AND FASHiON. HER MAJESTY'S VISIT TO GERMANY. On Tuesday, the 2nd inst., after breakfast the Queen an~d Prince Albert, accopoanied by the Duke and Duchess of Co- brg, drove out to Oberlioff, a hunting-lodge belonging to his serene Highness, situated in the very highest point
September 14, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE MARKETS.

THE MARKETS.

TH CORN-MARKET-S 2 With a continuance of fine Leatherl\d roera12 English Grain generally, the trade iasery , active f,,e supplies oa A fair arrival Of WHEAT from thde P.1ncvery conisI otatce during the week, most of which vlds rseon has5 t days, and full as good prices Pre15i ??
September 14, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE SPORTSMAN'S GAZETTE

THE SPORTSMAN'S GAZETTE

' EDITED BY 6VATES." LeOrNTRY EDITION]. ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. WARwRc-i RARCECoESsE-A correspondeat, signing himself" Justus, encloses us the card and list of Mr. H. Sharpe, the only official ones, which rebut the charge made by "Baptiste" in our last, though holding good aga
September 14, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PARLIAMENTARY SUMMARY.

PARLIAMENTARY SUMMARY.

HOUSE OF LORDS. MONDAY.-Their Lordships met at five o'clock. Many peti- tions were presented against the grant to Maynooth- ord Wharneliffe moved the second reading of the Mutiny Bills, which were accordingly read a second ?? Earl of Dal- housie having moved the committal of the
April 20, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN AFFAIRS.

FOREIGN AFFAIRS.

| FOREIGN AFFAIRR FRANCE. On Saturday the Chamber of Peers passed the Emancipation Bill by 103 against 59. The measure Cgoloa[ia slave one day in each week, to enable him to save m gives the can) to purchase his freedom; his labor is fixed frmoneY. (if 4 morning till six in the e
April 20, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
OUR CARPET BAG.

OUR CARPET BAG.

OUR CARPET BAG,. ?? THE GIGANTIC FaOJEcT AUSPICIOUSLY BEGUN.- The bold attempt to cut a canal through the Isttlmns of Panama is alredy egu onaccount of thle Cainal.Company chartered by thread Goernment f New Granada. The Company have corn- nmonced. excavat ing th~eir big ditch th
April 20, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE SYNOPSIS.

THE SYNOPSIS.

THE E iYNlOPSis. i de Saturdays in conformity with instructions issued by the ctors If the East India Company, pursuant to a minute of the Treasury, the officers and men in the naval service of her Majesty and the Company, employed in the late Chinese war, received their shares o
April 20, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England