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,OYAL GARDENS, VAUXHALL. - Under the Patronage of her Majesty -Open every PIGINDAY, WED- I NESDA'I, and FllIDAY. Brilliant Success. Overflow of the Gardens. Extracrdinary AxttLiojans in Illuminations and Fireworks. Vocal Concert. Balnd 0f One Hlundred perlormers. A new ballet, G
May 25, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

- LATES INTELLICENCE. CITY, SATURDAY EVCNXIOI. The blarkets in English and Foreign Funds have been re- aarkablY tranquil. Consols close 991 1, and the Foreign Funds remain the-satne as yesterday. In the Railway Market the business has been but limited. The following are the closi
May 25, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LITERATURE.

LITERATURE.

JUSTICES' JUSTICE. By ROBERT JAMES BALL, B.A. (Effingham Wilson.)-Mr. Ball, who, as far back as 1839, was violently assulted by a party in the streets, with whom some family differences had existed, received, as he 'imagines, the grossest injustice at the hands of Mr. Jardine, o
May 4, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE GREAT DISTILLERY CASE.

THE GREAT DISTILLERY CASE.

THE GREAT DISTE A THE ATTORNEY-GENEsRAL v. GEORGE S T BARt.-This very protracted case was brou5t " ?? on Friday. At the sitting of the Court of Each 1oncitt1- day morning, the Lord Chief Justice proceeded equeraon r;. ed to the Urnoid, up the case to the Jury He began by recapitu
May 4, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE MARKETS.

THE MARKETS.

CORN-MARil' 'T-MAY 2. We have had moderate supplies of WHEAT, with a fair qvtantity of FLOOR since Monday, and the trade, though devoid of animation, con- tinues tolerably steady. In FOTeign WHEAT the transactions are still very limited, having no demand beyond immediate wants,
May 4, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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EFFECTUALLY CURED.-Trv IMPROVED TRUSSES, requiring no under. bandages to secure the complaint, but affords to Ifort, and safety; and all persons so afflicted It being the cheapest and best trues now in use No. 25, Stanhope-street, Linecln's-iuu-fihIds Xi an extensive practice, wi
May 4, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TO SIR JAMES GRAHAM,

TO SIR JAMES GRAHAM,

TO SIR JAMES CRAHAM, I ON nA0 NOMALOUS STAT;E OF PARTIES IN BIRMINGHAM. LEITER . SIX JAME5,-'TiS true you have not in Birmingham to deal with the aristocracy of birth, but of pocket. Commend me to the former, but protect me from the latter. Let me through you seriously ask the Co
May 4, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ST. GILES'S MURDER.

THE ST. GILES'S MURDER.

THE ST. CILESJS MURDER. I On Wednesday Mr. Wakley resumed the inquest on the body of Mary Brothers, at the Angel Inn, High-street, St. Giles's. Before the public were admitted, Conoor's father was called into the room, and stated, in answer to questions put to Min by Mr. Wakley,
May 4, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
EXECUTION OF THE MURDERER HOCKER.

EXECUTION OF THE MURDERER HOCKER.

' The last dread sentence of the law was carried into effect on Monday morning upon the culprit Thomas Henry Hocker, who was convicted at the last sessions of the Central Criminal Court for the wilful murder of Mr. Delarue, at Hampstead, on the 21st of February last. On his retu
May 4, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE SPORTSMAN'S GAZETTE

THE SPORTSMAN'S GAZETTE

a EDITED BY "yVATES." [COUNTRY EDITION]. To C0ONTEY AGENTS AND SUBsCatsERs. THREE EDITIONS OF THE ERA. The earliest edition is published in time for the Morning Trains so that it may be in the hands of our readers within 300 miles of the ?letrOPlis en fith same doy: the second ed
May 4, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England