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THE RING.

THE RING.

THE RING, . . 1 FIGHTS TO COME FSz. 22.-D. Gallet and G.Beesley, ?? a side. Birmingham. MA.. 9.-Robinson and Peach, 30 sovs a side, Salford division. 9.-Ligo and Owens, 25 sovs a side, Liverpool. 15.-Coneeley and Sheldon, 10 sovs a side, Birmingham. 17.-Fort Fox and Searleg, 25 s
February 7, 1847 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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A FORTUNE FORP NOTHING. THE ERA CRAND DERBY AND S.T. LECER SWEEPS NOW COQMMENCE. Upon the Paymenit of 1 6s., the BEST FAMILY AND -SPORTING JOIURNAL will be sent to you for FIFTY-TWO WEEKS GRATiS - with a CHANCE ir 500 FOR .NOTHING. Ever~part', WBTEag A PRESENT RADER O "oF TIE E;R
November 28, 1847 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A MISSIVE FROM "THE FLYING DUTCHMAN" ON THE APPROACHING DERBY.

A MISSIVE FROM "THE FLYING DUTCHMAN" ON THE APPROACHING DERBY.

AI MISSIVEoFROII "THE! FLYINV.DU.TCW- M' AN" ON WiTHE4APPROACHINQ 'DERBY ' - a. _ f I . I . I-, -Sir,-he apprbabbhing' Derby. b ing' nol'w the-'all- ?? ?? geta grde of ?ersEOnxS ,pOSsieeiti rg ga touqh of sprtpei~ng bs1ood ml ,their v~eins perb~aps a few words 'anent " the hiuhme
May 16, 1847 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PEDESTRIANISM.

PEDESTRIANISM.

P ED ES T RIANISM. MATCHES TO COME., MA.Y., 17.-E. Batty and G.. Ivins (of Barnsley), 110 yards, 10 sovs a side, Hyde-Park, Sheffield. : - , , 17._J. Bn en and W. Bond (both of Walworth), two niles, 10 soVB, a side.: _ ' t 17,-.E Stainsby (of Heanor) and John Moore),'-of Iorsley
May 16, 1847 - The Era - London, London, England
 
GAMBLING, GAMBLERS, AND GAMBLING HOUSES.

GAMBLING, GAMBLERS, AND GAMBLING HOUSES.

: , . - ; i ! : Lk' GAMBLING; GAMBLRS, -AND GAMXBLIlXNGI,, HOUSES. BEING EXTRACTS FROMr -THE NOTE-BOOK OF THE LATE RALPH ROULETrE, ESQl CoArTER XVI. I long, yet almost dread; to hear the rest. ?? tale, ol man, relate at full what hath befallelito them andthee, till ?? BPEaORS. In
May 16, 1847 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

LATEST NTELLIEC E. CITY, SATURDAY EVENING. Ntwithstandinlg the Bank returns are more fahvourable and the pressure for moneyless, the fuuds have not in-' proved. This is to be accounted for by:)the depressei state of the Exchequer. Bill market, which is most -un satisfactory, it b
May 16, 1847 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE MIRFIELD MURDERS.

THE MIRFIELD MURDERS.

. i MIRFIELOkL MURDER3. - C9N~ESSLON OF'O3E-' TbHE CONVICT9 iA-reporS of the trialand condemnation to death of the prisoners 'M'Cge and 'Rrid',' for thiasborribletinple innr 'der,> ,will he, ,gotn~d'el:eheret'n o ur, coplum-ns. The prol geiarrerir erl.bleg partioularijwbich trans
December 26, 1847 - The Era - London, London, England
 
RATTING.

RATTING.

?? ?? ' ' I; ' o ' . " RATTINGi. 0 : I SOUTHAMPTON.-A. match-carne off at a sporting crib in this town on Tuesday,, last, the 2d- instant, between a bitch named, Beauty, and adog whose appellation is Snob, both ofrat killing cel1brity;' In'a'former'niatch betweeji these animals a
February 7, 1847 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE RING.

THE RING.

I:, 1 Wrnq., T . I FIGHTS TO COME Psi. 15.-Cornies and Mlartin, 20 soyA a side, Stafosdsbiye, Iff-sanford and Ingley, 10 sova a aide, Birmingham. 18.CGiint and Clark, 2D soya a side, Birsmin ham. 92.-. DGallett andG.Beesley, 10soa-a-sidei-mingh. MAx. 9,-tobinson and Peach, 30 ovs
February 14, 1847 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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HER MAJESTY'tS TW'EATRE. Tle followving outline of tbe' rranmen to r the season 1847 is respectrully jbmitted to ?? Patrons of the Opera, anid to the Public-. It Is presentei with the-c1nfideant hope that the succeaeful exertion rmade to secure,. under ciu. teamitanees of peculat
February 14, 1847 - The Era - London, London, England