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THE FIRST SPRING MEETING.

THE FIRST SPRING MEETING.

THE FIRST qPRTNQ MEET i\ I Nothing seemed requisite for the perfect enjoyment of a rt -eek's sport, as We observed in our last, but flae weather, which cirel to the heart's content of the lovers of budding trees, and tile backers in sunshine. It was, indeed, a glorious contrast l
May 4, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AQUATICS.

AQUATICS.

I REGATTAS AND MATCHES TO COME. May 5-Royal 'rhamme Yacht Club Match for the Belvidere Cup.. 7 9 and 10-Oxford University Boat Races. 12-Nottingha. Aquatic Club Procession, and the next day t hee i Reg"atta. 17-Royal Thames Yacht Club-first Club match of the seabdn. 31-R.Y.al Th
May 4, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PIGEON SHOOTING, &c.

PIGEON SHOOTING, &c.

GARRATT's, CoPENsAoseN HousE.-On Monday, the shooting com. menced with a match between Messrs. Ward and Cocker, at 9 pigeons each, for 2 soes each, the former gentleman being the winner, by killing all his birds but one. Messrs. Gardner and Feathers shot a match, at 3 pigeons ea
May 4, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PEDESTRIANISM.

PEDESTRIANISM.

PEDESTRIAN ISM. MATCHES TO COME. May 5-G. Davis, of Hammersmith, and R. Allistone, of Isleworth, to walk 10 miles, for 5 sovs a side. 5-Shepherd, the Yorkshire runner, to run 15 miles in 1 hour 29 minutes, for (it is said) 200 suvs a-side. 5-Rush and Scanlon, 220 yards, for 25 so
May 4, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE SYNOPSIS.

THE SYNOPSIS.

Charles Lee, a smart looking young man, who described himself as a musician, was committed, from Greenwich Police-court on Monday, for stealing a gold pin set with cornelian from the breast of Elizabeth Wilcox, of Church street, Greenwich.- Four young girls were committed for fo
May 25, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE SPORTSMAN'S GAZETTE

THE SPORTSMAN'S GAZETTE

| EDITED BY "VATES." I [LATEST EDITIONI. To COOtiTIOT AOHN~T5 5155 SuraSo~rnuas. THREE EDITIONS OF THE ERA. 5rnest edition is published ia time for the Motnin' Trains Thehat it emay be in the hands of our readers within 300 miles of the rotolis on tie same day: the second editio
May 25, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE DERBY PROPHECY.

THE DERBY PROPHECY.

Y 7 I BY "VATES.'5 VATIBUS addere calcar." Hor., liO., I ep1. "lBut now all scribble verse both high and low, Learned and unlearned, in country and in town." Duncornbe's Tramrlations of Horace. "Ia knots they stand, or is a rank they walk, Serious ini aspeet, eataiest in their ta
May 25, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PROGRAMME OF THE MEETING.

PROGRAMME OF THE MEETING.

PROCRAMME OF THE MFETINC. I TUESDAY- MAY Q-th -_ ?? _ M OJ L YAY UTth (To start at Two -Ojj;. The CBAVRN STARNS Of 10 BOYS each; thlree year Olds,8tSb or 88t 101b; dive, 9st 41b; o udixur Sir G. Heatheote's b f by S mar- ?? fifle mal Gardee, 3 yrI Ld Stradbroke's b c Evenus, 5 yr
May 25, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PARLIAMENTARY SUMMARY.

PARLIAMENTARY SUMMARY.

-pp'PLI MENTAR SUM'4MARY. HOUSE OF LORDS. MONDAY.-Their Lordships niet at five ?? routine business having been disposed of, Lord Brougham laid upon the table a series of Bills for the amendment of the civil and criminal jurisprudence of the country. After referring to the amendme
May 25, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
COURT AND FASHION.

COURT AND FASHION.

On Saturday his Royal Highness Prince Albert rode omt on horseback, attended by the Equerry in Waiting. Their Royal Highnesses the Prince of Wales and the Princess Royal were taken airings in the R~oyal Gardens of fuckibgham Palace. His Royal Hi~ighness Prince Albert dined at th
May 25, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England