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PRESENTATIONS TO JENNY LIND.

PRESENTATIONS TO JENNY LIND.

PRESENTATIONS TO JZWNY LIND. THE MANCHESTER ROYAL INFIBtMARY.-On Mon- day afternoon Mr. J. C. Harter, treasurer to the infirmary, and the Rev. Canon Clifton, an active member of the concerts committee, went with Mr. Schwabe to Crumpnall House, to present to Mdile. Lind the thanks
January 7, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

-IOIUN TY FIRE OFFICE, % )8 50, Itegent street, and No. 2, Royal Excehange Buildings, London. ESTAELASHaID 1807. It is respectfully notified to parties boldssg policies ia this office, the renewals of which fall due at Christmas, that the samrte should be paid or. or betore the 8
January 7, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
COURSING.

COURSING.

G I COURSING MEETINGS TO COME. JANUARY. Club. Judge. Time of. G.,in8 Ea'ervey (Wlteor~ds).lnivlieck); Mrr Nightiogale...&.. c."! Evre ?? Mr i9xweio 8,gc Hewelt (BromEgrove, Vorces ?? Mr T V. Parratt . 3. . 1 Middlehnnm(RichnondYorltsh "Rir Cuclkeroft ?? Soekerhat Open (Lancashir
January 28, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THERE'S A GOOD TIME COMING.

THERE'S A GOOD TIME COMING.

| We have faith in the Future. " Coming events" may cast their beams as well as " shadows before," and we perceive a beam of prosperity coming over Old England. Food is cheap; money abundant; the manufacturing interest is evidently reviving; greater employment, at higher wages,
January 28, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THEATRE ROYAL, WINDSOR CASTLE.

THEATRE ROYAL, WINDSOR CASTLE.

I . .. . . ?? The theatrical season at Windsor Castle termi- nated on Thursday, when the last performance took place. Upon this occasion the pieces were Douglas Jerrold's comedy of The Housekeeper, and Kenney's comedy of Sweethearts and Wives. Of the former piece the Chronicle,
January 28, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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INTERFERENCE WITH THE PASTIME OF THE PEOPLE.

INTERFERENCE WITH THE PASTIME OF THE PEOPLE.

We invite attention to the following facts, no report of which has, that we know of, appeared in any of the daily papers:- THE QUEEN V. PALMERc-This was an indictment, brought at the Middlesex Sessions last Thursday, against the defendant, who is the proprietor of the Parthenium
January 28, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SEDUCTION, DISSIPATION, AND DESERTION.

SEDUCTION, DISSIPATION, AND DESERTION.

| SNUO1iN, pIS~PATIOPJN AND DESERTION. MIDDLESEX SESSIONS-THURSDAY. COLONEL C. BLANE V. AN ORDER OF MR. P. BINGHAM. In this case, Colonel Blane appealed against an order of affiliation which had been made upon him by Mr. Bingham, one of the magistrates at the Marlborough- street
January 28, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ROYAL HUMANE SOCIETY.

ROYAL HUMANE SOCIETY.

On T.*Ac ,, . ws i uesnay atternoou the half-yearly general meeting of the membersof this society was held at the offices, No. 3, Trafalgar-square, Mr. B. B. Cabbell in the chair. The minutes of the previous meetings having been read and confirmerd, the meeting proceeded to the
January 14, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
RACING FIXTURES.

RACING FIXTURES.

FEBRUARY. Pembrokeshire ?? 19 J Liverpool (Spring) ?? 28 MARCH. ManchesterSpring . 8 Northampton ?? 27 Kipling Coates ?? ?? 15 Croxton ?? Warwick Spring ?? 20 APRIL. Newcastle-on-Tyne Spring 2 Cateriek Bridge .. 17 Newmarket Craven. 9 Epsom Spring ?? 20 Burton Constable ?? 11 Ne
January 28, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PEDESTRIANISM.

PEDESTRIANISM.

p Xb VS It R IA XI SM. MATCHES TO COMlE; JANUARY- -bAlfreton ploughboy, 29.-J. Robinson (Caunt's Pets ite o at Alfreton. -140 yards, Robinson to stake 15sOV5l ofCrookes), to run 29.-G. Axe (of Sheffied)d n Par, S I one ?? 5 s alk on si le and ran 440 yards in nine 29,-B. Badger t
January 28, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England