STEAMt SHIPS. GNERAL STEAM NAVIGATION COM, power0y0fu15l adfirst-rate STEAM SHIPS are a ppointed I.fAIUsToMalHOUSE or TOWER OF LON DON, for- leav th, (orring her Majesty's Mails,) every Wednesday l0~toU b~m~~ arly. he Jon Boll, Capt. J. P. Corbin. ~sd at~daY~ Wittighati.TheCounte
November 9, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
WAR OFFtcE, Frs. 25. D Brevet: Captain Edward MethOld, of the 4th Foot, to be Major in Comtstsriat *ComisarradttClerk He0n1ryO url, to be Deputy As. si~tnt Cmmisary enerl; dted ct. l, 844. COMMISSIONS SIGNED BY LORDS LIEUTENANT. Count of ?? of Militia: Chas. itam derS, Esq., to
NEW BC:RLINGTON.STREET, Jvxs 28, 1A45. M R. BENTLEY HAS JUST PUBLISHED ltlL THE FOLLOWING NEW WORKS:- I. In 2 vols. Svo., with Portraits from Original Paintings MEMOIRS OF THE PRETENDERS AND THEIR ADHERftENTS. By J. HENEAGE JEZSE, Esq. Author of "Memoirs of the Court of England."
I Or Sunday morning, about twelve o'clock, a most serious accident occurred to George Sandrid Esq., of Park-street, Grosvenor-square, who was- examining E horse that he had recently purchased the animal being in his siall at the time. He suddenly seized Mr. Sandrid by the left ch
December 28, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
CORN-mARKET-JANUARY 10. the last four days we have had good supplies of Grain gene. 1Urfa a aey more vessels are said to be near at hand. The'Trade rall Ana narticle today, and we have rather a limited attendance I' dhalers had about the usual supply Of English WHIEAT during the
January 12, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
T Hli E R A. TEARLIEST EDITION.) SUNDAY, MARCH 9, 1845. The document to which we drew the attention of our readers last week, on " COMMERCIAL AND FINANCIAL LEGISLATION," is, we understand, the production of Mr. M'G'uoop, and others, of the Board of Trade; it is as yet incomplete,
Her Majesty and his Royal Highness Prince Albert, accom. panied by the Royal infants, the Princess Royal and Prince of Wales, and attended by a small retinue, reached Portsmouth, on Saturday, en route for Osborne House. The Royal party landed at Cowes shortly after five o'clock.
I FRANCE The Paris papers of' Friday ?? contain no news. The latter day's journals, however, announce that the Bill for arming the fortifications of Paris was carried in the Chamber of Deputies the preceding evening by 227 to 131-majority 96. The Chamber of Deputies voted on Mon
THE MrIC-C- FIGH TiS TO COME. no ?? ay, 50 sovs ?? and Sheffiold. Ma,._Allsvod axd Gest, 10 sgv a-side-Birmingham. and Jones, 20 soya a~side-Soutbarnpton. j55 lack Driacoll and Appledaddy, 25 sovs a-side-London. JunC ]..erry and Horneastle, 25 sore ?? Circuit. Ju ?? and M'Stravic