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SYNOPSIS.

SYNOPSIS.

/ SY NO PS IS. WEST LONDON ANTi-ENCLOSURE AND SANATORY MPROVEMENT SOCIETY. - The last meeting of this Society was held on New Year's Day, at Clarke's Rooms, 114, Edgeware-road, Mr. G. Wiggall in the chair, when several Christmas presents and New Year's Gifts were made to the Libr
January 7, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
OUR CARPET BAG.

OUR CARPET BAG.

A MORALIsT Brr'eN.-Campbell went to Paisley Races, got prodigioly interested in the first race, and betted on the success of one horse to the amount of 50 with Professor Wilson. At the end of the race he thought he had lost the bet, and said to Wilson, "1 I owe you 50 but really
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
 
ANALYSIS OF THE DERBY AND OAKS LOTS FOR 1849.

ANALYSIS OF THE DERBY AND OAKS LOTS FOR 1849.

In our last, we promised this week to discuss the merits of JoBx DAY'S team, to which task we now proceed. In speaking of John Day, we, of course, allude to the junior John, of Danebury, who, as a trainer, has proved himself a worthy scion of the ancient stock. To the knowledge
January 7, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
RACING FIXTURES.

RACING FIXTURES.

I I . Penibrokeshire, ?? .91 LLverpool (Spring) ?? MARCH. Bar tone on ?? 2C7 Warwick Spring ?? roxton ?? l5 API~aL. Ne n et Cravey~ui S7n . ] 3 I Catterick Bridge . 17 Burton Constable. it IPspom dprln~ ?? Aberavenny ?? 12 Newarket kirt Spring .. 23 Bat ?? .24 MAY. Cheater . 1 I
January 7, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

ADIEU S TO 1848. | THE EDITOR'S ADIEU. Adieu ! old Eighteen Forty-eight, (Reader, consult the book of fate) Since Seventeen Ninety-three; For wild commotion, civil strife, And fearful sacrifice of life, Its like you may not see. Rome hailed its coming with a grace Might light up
January 7, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE MAGAZINES, ETC.

THE MAGAZINES, ETC.

THE MAGAZINlES, ETC. BLAcxwooD begins the new year with all its wonted vigour. Maga was never more fresh, entertaining, and edifying, than he is at present. What he offers is sure to be good and uncommon; and this, his latest number, is particularly interesting, for he discourses
January 7, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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
 
AMERICA.

AMERICA.

- l Shortly after eleven o'clock on Tuesday night the British and North American Royal Mail steam ship Canada, Captain Judkins, reached the Mersey. She sailed from New York on the 20th ult., and took her departure from Halifax on the 23d, bringing the usual weekly mails from the
January 7, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE OVERLAND MAIL.

THE OVERLAND MAIL.

THE OVERLAND MAIL, By extraordinary express, in anticipation of the Overland Mail, we have intelligence from the Bombay advance at Ooch to the 19th, from Mooltan to the 20th, from Lord Gough's camp on the Che- naub to the 21st; from Delhi and the northwest provinces to the 26th;
January 7, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England