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THE LITERARY ERA.

THE LITERARY ERA.

- JESUITS AND JESUITISM. By M- J- MICHELET and M. E. QUINET. Translated by H. SMITH.. (F. G. S. Whittaker.) To the Protestant Mind JesuitisM is a mystery, and. a Jesuit a mere spectral appearance. It would be like announcing the presence of a ghost, were you to affirn in any com
May 24, 1846 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE THEATRICAL ERA.

THE THEATRICAL ERA.

- I A "GALOP" WITH THE DANSEUSES VIENNOISES AT DRURY-LANE. These little birds fitted about the stage of old Drury on Tuesday night as merrily as ever, and performed all their in- tricate manceuvres with the same air or enjoyment and natutal precision as heretofore. Their ?? pas
May 10, 1846 - The Era - London, London, England
 
OUR CARPET BAG.

OUR CARPET BAG.

I * ~. Pythens, the daughter of Aristotle, being asked which is the. most beautiful colour, answered, " That of modesty- SOLEMNITIES.-The most solemn of birds, say sac proverb, is an owl-the most solemn of fish antoyster-the nist of beasts, an ass-the most solemno men an ass als
May 10, 1846 - The Era - London, London, England
 
POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

: l _ . | ?? CUILDHALL. CHAGISNGo COATS.-Steward. one of jthe turnkeys of tke Gilt. Spur-streetPrison, attended before Sir Janves duke, to give some explanation upon a letter of complaint he had received from a; discharged prisoner. The complaisant, John Hitchen, set forth that h
May 24, 1846 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN AFFAIRS.

FOREIGN AFFAIRS.

FOREIGN -AFFAIRS. I O. = FRANCE.-The Paris papers contain some accounts of the recent movements of Abd-el-Kader. Closely pursued by Ge- neral Jusuf, and not finding in the Djebel Amour the resources offered by the territory of the Oulde Naleys, he proceeded to Boukail, 100 league
May 17, 1846 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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TITTLE TATTLE.

TITTLE TATTLE.

THE MOST IMP0oraANTDicyERZpAl have the liveliest satisfacti I500vn or MODERN DAys.-We Knonuphphin, of the Londn In. announcing that Professor inhsa oru ?? non iversity, has at last succeeded tation of the magifying or, we should rather say, resusci- ttooftemagnifying glass of Ar
May 3, 1846 - The Era - London, London, England
 
EVENTS OF THE WEEK.

EVENTS OF THE WEEK.

F _;SN; TO SHOOT Sip. ROBERT PEEL.-MR. SSSITH It three o'clock on Saturday, a person in the garb s -as observed to take his stand opposite the resi- efi a . ?? Peel in Whitehall-gardens,and to watch dace ?? the carriages which drove up to the right hon. IV,;t ?? . The demeanour o
May 3, 1846 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE SOCIETY OF PAINTERS IN WATER COLOURS.

THE SOCIETY OF PAINTERS IN WATER COLOURS.

NO ADMITTANCE FOR MARRIED EDITORS. On Saturday, the 25th ult, we received what we supposed to be our customary invitation card to the private view of the exhibition of this distinguished Society. Now, be it known unto all our readers in general, and to our lady readers in partic
May 3, 1846 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE VETERINARY ERA.

THE VETERINARY ERA.

- E1DITED BY UHIROX, M.R.C.V.S. THE MONDAY MEETING-THE PROFESSORS THE PROFESSION. AND Warm as the hope the charter kindled, and bright as th pectation it created, may the day of Monday ned t asthe ex- Then will the members of ?? profe sine forth. elect their president, and choos
May 3, 1846 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE SPORTING ERA.

THE SPORTING ERA.

THE SPORTING ERA, T EDITED By " RIDDLESWORTH." I TIMING OF RACES. , II"lA)Y NE'TIVILL CONTAIN RECORDS -IL OF ALL THE RACES RUN AT THE C. T' I4: V ';-AND CORRlECT TIME TABLES Or e j MINC, ^;XcIPAL IIACES TlIROUGHOUT ENGLAND 'D "WfTED BY COMPETENT AND TRUSTWORTHY IN11EI 1ORTH BE RE
May 3, 1846 - The Era - London, London, England