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THE RING.

THE RING.

?? . THE RimG b'jGiTS TO COI'IE. Mar. 17-Davis and Tinsley, 10 sovs ?? Bromwich. 24-Greaves anud Thomas 25 sovs a-side-Sheffield. 2e-Gilas and Brown, i5 sovs a-side-Birmingham. 25-BothbaS"d and larringi~f, 25 sovs ?? Hampton. 2.-T. Brooks and J. Welsh, 20 sovs ?? division. 25-Gro
March 16, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PARLIAMENTARY SUMMARY.

PARLIAMENTARY SUMMARY.

_ ?? HOUSE OF LORDS. M1oiiq&y.-Their Lordships met at five o'clock. On the motion of Lord Wharnoiffe, the Consolidated Fund Bill was read a third time and passed. The Property-tax Bill was read a second time, on the understanding that the discussion be taken on the third ?? Comp
March 23, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
COURSING.

COURSING.

AUDLEM MEETINC-MARCH 11. Stewards: 0. Kenrick, R. B. Bellyse, and W. Baker, jun. Esqrs. Judge: Mr. Platt. Mr Brindley's r t The Comssaxsan STAKES. Mr Kirby's bd d Steam er beat Mr Heath's w a bi d Nimrod Mr Har~e SrdBassamon .. Mr Nickson's r p'd La Polka (2) Mr Harper'ssr d Baa
March 23, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE MARKETS.

THE MARKETS.

CORN-MARKIET-FEBROAtY 28. We continue to be fairly supplied with most articles of Grain, and the trade is unusually dull, the attendance of dealers being very limited, and operations conhined to immediate wants. The supplies of English \W HEAT during the week have been rather li
March 2, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE LAST DAY WITH THE OLD ANGLER

THE LAST DAY WITH THE OLD ANGLER

IN THE RIVER TRENT.-By STuELPuN. Jacques, with his usual kindness, having agreed to accom- pany me once more to the Trent, I embraced the opportunity with great pleasure, knowing it would be the last time I should have that season of having him for my guide, in consequence of en
March 2, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SOCIETY OF BRITISH ARTISTS.

SOCIETY OF BRITISH ARTISTS.

I ?? dh ?? . [From our Town Edition of last week.] The twenty-second exhibition of this society was submitted to private inspection, yesterday, at the Suffolk Gallery, Pall- mall East, preparatory to its being thrown open to the public on Easter Monday. It was certainly high tim
March 30, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE EXHIBITIONS.

THE EXHIBITIONS.

THE NATIONAL' GALLE RY was crowded throughout Monday and Tuesday by a very orderly company, and by far more numerous than on any previous occasion. In order, however, to prevent the rooms from being over-crowded, the number ad- mitted at a time was limited to 300. WESTMINSTER AB
March 30, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE SALT HILL MURDER.

THE SALT HILL MURDER.

CONFESSION AND EXECUTION OF TAWELL. A petition was presented to the Home Office on Monday, signed by 160 inhabitants of Aylesbury, praying for a commu. tation of the sentence on John Tawell, convicted of the murder of Sarah Hart, at the late assizet for Buckinghamshire. A pe- tit
March 30, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LAW AND POLICE.

LAW AND POLICE.

BRsACt OF EaBOMISE OF MNARRIAGE.-SHORT V. STOws.- This was an action brought at the Dorchester Assizes for a breach of promise of marriage. The defendant pleaded that he never had promised and, secondly, that the plaintiff had re. leased him. The plaintiff in this case is a hous
March 23, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE SALT HILL MURDER.

THE SALT HILL MURDER.

It is extraordinary with what avidity every morsel of iitell gence relating to the murderer, John Tawell, is sought for and snatched up by the public. Far and wide inquiry and npecu. lation are busily on foot concerning him, but nearer the scer' of the murder he is the general t
March 23, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England