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T[~3RiON atid COLUMNZA ?? EiiItstuAi -behig mathi required in, A-itr.iis Nea' m1ias tlie sulppie xeni rasll dI Ot'in Ze deliaat emgraing S. W. SI LVli and ' prevents ?? emgacting aia ag ntrs itiir.0ttdttero. anitd cuuonic ,h~i"aI"g ntrs thalur.ose cottnies, have been adfl;' d ii
September 17, 1848 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LICHFIELD RACES.

LICHFIELD RACES.

LICHPIELD RACES. I ?? ?? The expectat'ons THURSDAY Scpr, 7. upon the vhle ?? ' W i hadz bee lormed of this meeting were hoasant, and the SY realized The wvather was exceedingl3 sumerons and fashio tell anhe on the Grand Stand was more The arditional shioable than for many years p
September 17, 1848 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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Ttiti. LsAi Id LiBLi l i.v. Iii *2 Vuls., post ?? I1 L D S P O R TS r IN TilE UNITED SlATES AND BRITISH PROVINCEs OF AUERICA. BS PR.1tK sOr'5T. S Xichnil Bentley, New Buyl, tn.,tntreet. NEW H,'SIOUICAL ObM N' E Will be puhblsh 'or. i;h September. N I ?? Is, NO THE KING'- MU SKET'
September 17, 1848 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE NEXT REFORM MOVEMENT.

THE NEXT REFORM MOVEMENT.

THE NEXT REFORMl MOOVEMENirX It requires not to be gifted with a prophet's prescience to point out the next serious reform move- ment which will take place in England. If no other reason existed for retrenchment, necessity would compel its adoption. It is admitted, on allhands, t
September 17, 1848 - The Era - London, London, England
 
VERDICT IN THE INQUEST ON LIEUTENANTCOLONEL [ill]

VERDICT IN THE INQUEST ON LIEUTENANTCOLONEL [ill]

I VERDiCT 1N 1 H- INGLEUT ON L IEUTERANT- I COLOut.L BAj BipaStNGnAn, WXDNESDAY .-After the termirtation of the eviidence last evening, the following proceedings, which close the inquestj took place:-. John Matthews, the driver of the express train, was next calleu into the rooum
September 17, 1848 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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BETTING AT TATTERSALL'S.

BETTING AT TATTERSALL'S.

MONDAY. The St. Leger was the great feature of the afternoon. Not- witbstanding Lord Stanley's letter (which must hare been written previously to Springy Jack's defeat at York). 'anezo, was in great force anid was backed for between 1.50D ant 2.000 savs at 5 to 2, having the cal
September 3, 1848 - The Era - London, London, England
 
HORRORS OF THE SLAVE TRADE INCREASED.

HORRORS OF THE SLAVE TRADE INCREASED.

HORRORS OF THE SLAVE TRADE I - - IAICREA4ED. Few people, comparatively speaking, perfectly understand and seriously consider the fact that our cruisers on the African coast increase, by their presence. there, the horrors of the Slave Trade. This is a startling announcement, but i
September 3, 1848 - The Era - London, London, England
 
OUR CARPET BAG.

OUR CARPET BAG.

UB.u CARPET BAG. ?? m A vERY young lady was taken the other day to see the " Magic Cave" in the Strand; amongst other sketches is a " View of Lyons," which, atter looking at for some time, she cried, in a tone of great disappoint_ nient, " But, aunit, where are the lions ? I don'
September 3, 1848 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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THE PLATED SEAMLESS TEAPOTS cannot be distinguished from silver, or leak or lose their shape; while from the peculiarity of the process of making (just patented), their priceslre about one half of any other sort. iFortland. 23s; Oval plain, 2p'; Round plain, 25s; Round en- graved
January 16, 1848 - The Era - London, London, England
 
DISPUTED BETS, THE LAW OF DEFAULT, AND THE TURF CLUB.

DISPUTED BETS, THE LAW OF DEFAULT, AND THE TURF CLUB.

Since the promulgation of the New Rules, by which the. Subscription Room at Tattersall's is for the future to be guided, we have received numerous letters on the subject of disputed bets, and the inter- pretation of the law of default. A variety of sugges- tions have been offere
January 16, 1848 - The Era - London, London, England