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THEA.TRE ROYAL, HAYMARKET.- ' ;LeSSee,-Mr. B. WlSTER. NOVelty and Comedy triumphant. Ee~tival of the Dramna s" Past and Present. " Mr. John Parry will ap- Oeer every evenind ?? .asSceng at the end or the first Tiece. On ondy, HECLANDESTINE-M1ARRIAGE. Principal ohs- Yactrs y Mr Pa
August 31, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE MARKETS.

THE MARKETS.

CORN.M ARE'T.-AVGUST 29. With a continuanee o f very fine weather for harvest operations, the trade for every description of Grain is in a sluggish state, though we WhaeAnt durin the ge torport in prices. The supplies of English WHEA durieg vaueweek are much less than on previou
August 31, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PEDESTRIANISM.

PEDESTRIANISM.

P EDEST RIAN ISM.. MATCHES TO COME. Sept. 1-B. Winterbottom, of Saddleworth, and a person unknown, to run 10 miles, over Saddleworth Common, for 30 sovs a- side. l-J. Mellor, of Oldhiam, and J. Bradbury, two lapsroundBelle- vue Course, for 5 sovs a-side. l-J. Smith (the Regent-st
August 31, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TURKEY.

TURKEY.

. <-or«Uatt»ople lUte, Ih.t frr.li di»f-».t is pIM.,. A, Momul M.n.l « *t V M th. .late ,>O “* Th. iaw,,,,^ estimated at 15,000 i however, that may posaibly be «n exaggeration. POLAND Imstkrrurgh, Aug. 13. —The distress in Poland must be extremely great; the poor people penetrat
August 31, 1845 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
CKIMINAL3

CKIMINAL3

Poverty is no crime!” say our moralists and preachers; but it is the custom of society, favoured by the practice of legislators, to treat poverty it were crime of serious magnitude ; for whilst felons are fattened upon pood beef and mutton every day of their sojourn in certain g
August 31, 1845 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
Two miles and a dis. Duke of Richmond’s b f Pic Nic, 3 yrs .. (W. Abdale) 1 Lord Exeter’s Wee Pet, 5 vrs .. ; ..2

Two miles and a dis. Duke of Richmond’s b f Pic Nic, 3 yrs .. (W. Abdale) 1 Lord Exeter’s Wee Pet, 5 vrs .. ; ..2

Two miles and dis. Duke of Richmond’s b f Pic Nic, 3 yrs .. (W. Abdale) Lord Exeter’s Wee Pet, vrs .. ..2 Lord Brniinck's John o'Gftunt, aged .. Mr. Kainslmttom’s Pineapple*, 5 yrs.. .. Mr. Madox’s Devil’s Dust, 5 Pie Nic made strong running all the way, and won by two lengths ;
August 31, 1845 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
HEREFORD RACES

HEREFORD RACES

WtDNEsnaY. —The Produce Stakes of each, with added ; for three years old. Once round. Mr. J. Day’s b c by out of Zclinda, f Marlow) I Mr. Moss’s c Raymond Lully, 8«t lib ~ ..2 Won a length. The Herefordshire Stakes of 15 sovs each, 10 ft, and 5 only declared, with added, for thr
August 31, 1845 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

CHoW'ER BATHS, WITH CURTAINS, 12s.; ditwith copper con ducting tubes, from Oils. Hazard's Potent ShwrBath, 21 ; ditto made very portable, and case, 40s.Hi antsl9-od Its.; spongingoditto, l2s., t9o., and 2ts. Toilet cans. ?? Foot tubs. Ss. Sol. AloG an extensive assortment Of Japa
August 31, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE BIRMINGHAM BANQUET.

THE BIRMINGHAM BANQUET.

THE B3IRMINCHAI BANQUET. 1 I ?? 1 AT~IVF.RqARY. LICEiNSED ICTUALLBRS' ANI'i-S -Z The Protection SoCiety of his centraltnhechaema- edthatspirit which ?? and is ?? with itofthetowvn interests, celebrated their 23rd ?? on the afternooni of Wednesday 1 asg, andit weitoff with unparal
August 31, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
STALLION. —GLADIATOR, sire of Sweatmeat, Miss _S»r»h, fcc kc.—Mr Pain'rr arnouncea to lhe not ility, icorry. mod ihe rublic, (Ml

STALLION. —GLADIATOR, sire of Sweatmeat, Miss _S»r»h, fcc kc.—Mr Pain'rr arnouncea to lhe not ility, icorry. mod ihe rublic, (Ml

U> a bone will SERVE FORTTf MARES, by aubfcnptlon Met each, the •• bit oaiabliakntrn', Dran’t Hid, near SulTon).—Appliestioiw to ■>MO Painter; Mcaan Wratherhr at their ofti -r I»t doa. Greyhounds,—wants a situation as trainer, Oroona aad Trainer, having served the ab>.va aituati
August 31, 1845 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England