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THE ERA.

THE ERA.

T 3 E 1E3 R A. I fEARLIEST EDITION.] SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1845. It may, and probably will, appear to our regular readers a work of supererogation on our part to disclaim the slightest connection with what has been termed " Puseyism," but, as a rumor has gone forth that we had a t
November 16, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
COURT AND FASHION.

COURT AND FASHION.

FDky-Th Q- ?? Albert wal ed for some Queen andhr ajst ad e time this rning, ad e the retura dhe Royal consort his Rioyal Highness and the Earl of Hardwicke, 1'andClonel Beuverie. all on horseback, took the diversion of anoti g . rnn shortly before two o'clock to the Castle. In t
November 9, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT.

CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT.

I (coNsTNUFrD FROM OUR LAST.) FRIDAY.-William Still, 20, was indicted for the wilful murder of his male illegitimate child, who wasdescribed in some of the counts of the indictment as being named William Still, in others William Still, otherwise Cooper, and in others as a male c
November 9, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
OUR CARPET BAG.

OUR CARPET BAG.

- r RAILWAY STAGS. 5teon has been repeatedly asked, how and why this the que attached to the gentlemen who lately frequented Court, but who have since emigrated either to Shorter Cape or Short-s Gardens-which we are not exactly assured. Court or tolt apposyite smbol of their vos
November 9, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ERA.

THE ERA.

T- HL RA. fEARLIEST EDITION.] SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1845. Lord Mayor's Day! From the days of" Whittington and his Cat," the moral of " The Rake's Progress," and the fate of the other idle and worthless 'pren- tice, "George Barnwell," there has been a glorious chime connected with B
November 9, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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THE MAGAZINES.

THE MAGAZINES.

THE MACAZINES. I In these days, when almost every month produces a fresh periodical, and when there are so many Magazines, that any one would soppose that nothing else was read, it is impossible in ally literary notice to glance at one-half of them; b few words, therefore, on a f
November 9, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FASHIONS FOR NOVEMBER.

FASHIONS FOR NOVEMBER.

(From the Wored of Fashion.) Bonnets of the Pamela form have been proclaimed as being by far the prettiest and most graceful style that can be adopted. Still there is another form talked of as being more suitable for morning wear, and which is called the Clarisse Harlowe, being
November 9, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE SYNOPSIS.

THE SYNOPSIS.

tothe ~ ~ ~ ~ ?? pla* to- siben laca w gnify Weaeinomd that her Majesty has beenpesdt sgiy thatrer intended viiwith his Royal Highness Prince Albert, to the Marquis Of Salisbury, at Hatfieldhue ire sntt take place this autuman. We have reason to believe that the Noble Marquis wi
November 9, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PEDESTRIANISM.

PEDESTRIANISM.

PEDESTRIAN IS-M. MATCHES TO COME. Nov. i0..D. Knott, of Oldham, and S. Andrew, of Lees, to run three laps round Bellevue course, for 20 sovs a-side. 10-W. OCott. of Foleshill. and J. Bland, of Derby, six score yrds, for 10 soyv a-side. 0-Haines, of Hammersmith, and Joseph WiUett,
November 9, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE RING.

THE RING.

I IeTGHTS TO COME. Nov. 10-Edwards and Horridge, 25 says a-skle- Longton and Man- chester. 11-David Hayes and Thomas Hamilton, 25 sovs a-side, within 30 miles of London. 11-Calaihagban of Sheffield, and S. Ride, of Derby, 5 sovs a-side. 17-Perry and Corns .5 sovs a-side-Dartlast
November 9, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England