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THE ST. LEGER PREDICTION, BY VATES.

THE ST. LEGER PREDICTION, BY VATES.

THiEST.- L-CER PREDICTION, BY VATES. Sothn, lls utan Ihave been damnably im~poseduo.0 confo nd my stupihea hal beblaulieed at ove thhhl town; mo Macaroni. dasi fo of blunders, ad co the no makig in y asbsciber. a les snpidity saw everything ?? Stee~ps to C'onquer. -Act.4, Scene't
September 14, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE SPORTSMAN'S GAZETTE

THE SPORTSMAN'S GAZETTE

I EDiTED BY " VATES." [LATEST EDITION.) To COUNTRY AGENTS AND SUBSCrIBaRS. THREE EDITIONS OF THE ERA. 1 The earliest edition is published in lime for 'he Morning Trains so thai it may be in the hands of our readerE Ithin 300 miles of the Metropolis on tire same day; the second7
September 7, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
RACES PAST.

RACES PAST.

?? horse3 en aged in the ST. LiEox, for 1845, and Deary, OAKS, and LEOER for 1846, have the initial of the race placed against each.' LEICESTER RACES. WEDNESDAY.-The LrICaSTvESLSIaE HANDICAP, of 25 sovs each, with 75 added; the second horse saved his stake; twice round and a dis
September 14, 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
 
PEDESTRIANISM.

PEDESTRIANISM.

PEDE STR!AN IS-M. MATCHES TO COME. Sept. 29-W. Sherratt,of Tunstall, andJ. Adaerley, of Congleton, 120 yards, for 20 sovs a-side, at Sandbach. 29-W. Hughes, of Newton, and J. Benson, of Wigan, 150 yards, for 20 sovs n-side, on Newton race-course. 23-W. Lees, of Middleton, and Luk
September 28, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

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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
 
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
 
THE MARKETS.

THE MARKETS.

TH CORN-MARKET-S 2 With a continuance of fine Leatherl\d roera12 English Grain generally, the trade iasery , active f,,e supplies oa A fair arrival Of WHEAT from thde P.1ncvery conisI otatce during the week, most of which vlds rseon has5 t days, and full as good prices Pre15i ??
September 14, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England