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PEDESTRIANISM.

PEDESTRIANISM.

MATCHES IN AUGUST 3.-H. Book (of Stafford) and J. Powell (of Coven), lb Powell staking 50 sovs to 40, at or near Newport. 5 3.-B. Badger (of Wolverhamp on) and Pritchard (of Wed bury), 5 score yards, 10 soyS a-side, at the Pleck, near s ?? Lomas, alias Fogg (of Bolton) and Hayes
August 2, 1846 - The Era - London, London, England
 
COMPARATIVE POWER OF THE CHIEF NATIONS OF EUROPE.

COMPARATIVE POWER OF THE CHIEF NATIONS OF EUROPE.

COMPARATIVE POWER OF THE 'CHIEF NATIONS OF EUROPE. By grouping the statements contained iuta statistical :work, drawn up at the instance of Government at Milan, vie obtain the following general comparative tables of the power of the five principal nations of Europe. The various f
August 23, 1846 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MILK AND TEA.

MILK AND TEA.

MILK AND TICA. In the afternoon the chief of Mather called to pay his respects, bringing a present of fruit and sheep's milk: the latter I found so palatable that I constantly drank it afterwards; it is considered very nutritious, and is a common beverage in Toorkisthan, where th
August 23, 1846 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

C" REMORNEK GARDENS, KING'S- :ROAD, CHELSEA.-A Prodigious Week.-To-morrow, Monday, Aesgust 24th, the ascent of two Balloons-al exhibition that has not been attempted in London for the last ten or twelve years. This will be a Balloon race between Mr. Green's balloons the Aiobjn an
August 23, 1846 - The Era - London, London, England
 
RACES PAST.

RACES PAST.

; RA6E:S PA:A: SIt . - PAISLEY. ?? . ! .. FRIDAY,. AuGuST 21sL-! .- ?? The AxNmoDn's STAmas .of .5 sovs each, with, 20 added; tbnre year olds, 7st d1b;. four, 8st 41b; frveii8st 121b:six andlaged 0 9st2lb. - ? ' "' _- , * 1 , ' - ' 1; !, Mr W. H. Johns' one's Mariani Ra>qsay, 4 y
August 30, 1846 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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THE UNITED STATES AND MEXICO.

THE UNITED STATES AND MEXICO.

: TE E RA. COUNTRY EDITION. SUNDAY, AUGUST 30, 1846. ?? cc_ I The state of affairs between the United States and Mexico has at length been made the subject of a discussion in Parliament. It is now some time since we touched upon this subject, and when we did, we earnestly recomm
August 30, 1846 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AQUATICS.

AQUATICS.

-AQ ATICS. HIGH WrATER AT LONDON-BRIDGE. 500. 390 mornng 54 nill. past 6 afternoon 21 mi. past 73 52 ?? 7* ?? 8 11 1 ?? 9 ?? 56 '9 prr.J 37 10 ?? 20 '11' ?? 54 ?? ..1 0 * 12' 4 25 ?? 12 . . 44 ?? 12 5 21 ?? ?? . 43 ?? REGATTAS AND MATCHES TO COME. l3.LAnthony Maddison and W. Gill
August 30, 1846 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

. RGUS . LIFE.JI N A COMPANY, 36, THROGMORTO&STR C Empowered by' Spe'cial Act OrfazU sBN^ THOMAS. FARNCOMB. Esq;. Aldernan oeiit. WILLIAM LEAF, Esq;, Deputy-C a u Richard B. Arden, Esq. IJohn lioihecyu- William Banbury Esq. mau ?? ?? - Edward Bates,Esq. ?? EqA Th~omas Camttptin,
August 30, 1846 - The Era - London, London, England
 
EVENTS OF THE WEEK.

EVENTS OF THE WEEK.

I ?? Typo I A CHIiD SUFFOCATED BY ITS DsRsuNEN MOTHER.-- On Monday morning an inquest was held before Mr. W. Carter, at the Windmill Tavern, Wyndham-road, Cam- berwell, on the body of James Bridgdet, aged four weeks, On Tuesday last the mother went to Peckham Fair, near the Surr
August 2, 1846 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PROVINCIAL THEATRES AND GOSSIP.

PROVINCIAL THEATRES AND GOSSIP.

LIVERPOOL THEATRE.-The visit of his Royal High- mess Prince Albert, to lay the foundation stone of the Sailors' Home, has induced the lessee, Simpson, to open the theatre for a few nights. Mr. Stretton, Mr. Allen, and Miss Rainforth, appeared in the operas of " Mari- tans," the
August 2, 1846 - The Era - London, London, England