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?? -CRFVSS adjoining the ions of Law, offers every facilitN for Railway trans- actions, combiot't w.ithl Feve', versonnal comifort. 'Winepsand SP Tits of the finest qualtites. 'Wal`t.q, Cold, and Shower Baths. Cab ferte Is. 6d. from the Blirmiug!,itn.l 'alay;- Cab fare 2s, 6LI. f
September 7, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PEDESTRIANISM.

PEDESTRIANISM.

I . P EDESTR IANISMW I MATCHER FOR THE WEE. Sept. 8-a. Thomas, of Stockton, and W. Rudd, of Middlesborough, 139 yards for 10 sovs a-side, at the latter place. S-The Greyhound, of Derby, and T. Rose of Darley, six score yards, for 5 sovs a-side, near Derby. S-E. Mullett, of Staine
September 7, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SPORTING LITERATURE.

SPORTING LITERATURE.

I I _ THE SPORTING MAGAZINE. (M. A. Pittman, Warwick. ?? hale veteran comes out for the present month in great strength, and its white hairs become it as the snow the mountain's top- Vides Ut altA stet nive candidum. " The delinquencies of servants" evince the satire of a Swift,
September 7, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MUSIC AND THE DRAMA.

MUSIC AND THE DRAMA.

FOREJOL CORRESPONDENCE AND MUSICAL INTELLIGENCE. (ExcLUsIvE FOR THE ERA.) If MI. Scribe Permits it, the " Due d'Albe," an unedited opera of tilis authot, and Donizetti, will be brought out i, Lon- do" ; if not a new libretto will be immediately written lor Donizetti's music, vho
September 7, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE MAGAZINES.

THE MAGAZINES.

BENTLEY's.-The Miseqllany of this month, like most other miscellanies in this miscellaneous world, is a mixture of good and bad. "1The Press-gang Hero" is, we fear, an "1 o'er true" tale of many a weather-beaten tar, but the writer should not have omitted some notice of that mag
September 7, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
BAPTISTE'S MISCELLANEA.

BAPTISTE'S MISCELLANEA.

WARWICK RACES-DONCASTER ST. LEGER, &C. TO TAE EDITOR OF THE ERA. Dran SIR,-My pen has not of late been that of a " ready writer ;" in resuming it, however, on this occasion, I find every attention naturally drawn to the events above specified; and, with regard to the first, alth
September 7, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
COURT AND FASHION.

COURT AND FASHION.

tIER MAJESTy'S VISIT TO GERMANY. Since our last nothing has occurredt itr teee eo of the movements of the Royal visitors. After church on Sun- day th 24h ?? took a long drive in the direction of ichenflsand returned to Rosenau at six ocok h dinner took place, in consequence, at
September 7, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN AFFAIRS.

FOREIGN AFFAIRS.

FOREIGN AFFAIRS i .S FRANCE, The Paris papers of Friday state the King had been very well, but those of Saturday speak of his convalescence e The papers of Saturday publish the treaty concladed n the 18th of March last between France and lMosocco, which fihed the boundary line be
September 7, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ERA.

THE ERA.

IrI E L R A. |LATEST EDITION1. SUND)AY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1845. We last week brought under the attention of our readers the cause of Ireland's miSery-POVEPRTY arising from a want of employment. We think we clearly demonstrated (by the aid of the Tises Commis- sioner) that the disease
September 7, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
OUR CARPET BAG.

OUR CARPET BAG.

_ = f =tlf?? A LEGEND OF THE RHINE.-"Are you happy, dear youth!" said the lady, as, after his collation, he sank back in his chair. "dOh, Miss, aint I !" was his interrogative and yet affirma- tive reply. Should you like such a supper every night, WoIfgang!" contionted the pale
September 7, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England