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THE SECOND METROPOLITAN STEEPLE CHASE.

THE SECOND METROPOLITAN STEEPLE CHASE.

Stewards: The Earl of Strathmore and the Honourable> R. Grimston. Judge: Mr. T. Harrison. To the unsophisticated cockney the address of all the; sporting eabmen on Wednesday last must have sounded somewhat strangely. Fancy walking along the Strand, or down Cheapside, and being a
December 16, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LOUIS NAPOLEON AND THE FRENCH NATION.

LOUIS NAPOLEON AND THE FRENCH NATION.

LOuIs NAPOLEON possesses one extraordinary virtue: he can keep his own counsel. lie is rather free with his pen, but he does not handle it often; and, perhaps, *Vhen lie does, it is for the special purpose of expressing his sentiments, so that there may be no mistake as to what
December 16, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CHARGE OF ENGRAVING SPURIOUS NOTES.

CHARGE OF ENGRAVING SPURIOUS NOTES.

Sanel Lourie, Bernard Gordon, and Loderick Faderman, underwent a long examination on Tuesday evening before tile Lord Mayor upon the charge of having engraved plates in imitation of the plates used by the Imperial Bank of Russia, with which notes are struck off for issue, and wi
December 16, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SMITHFIELD CLUB CATTLE SHOW.

SMITHFIELD CLUB CATTLE SHOW.

S T HFttIle and agricultural stock The exhibition ot 'au' under ihei austpices of the annually brought * ieadds the approach of Christmas. Smithifield Club again.hr Thisyear's show wfbas in everyarespect the most satisfactory This yeares sli5V our lot to attend. The popularity T
December 16, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ACCIDENTS AND OFFENCES.

ACCIDENTS AND OFFENCES.

A h1USBAND, WIFE, AND DAUGHTER KILLED.-A terrible catastrophe, of a singular character, involving the loss of three lives-a fattier, mother, and daughte:- has occurred at Wednesbury in Staffordshire. A person named John Pettifer, with his family, occupied a small house on the si
December 16, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CONCERTS.

CONCERTS.

co I N E T S. LONDON WEDNESDAY CONCERTS,-EXet was literally besieged on Wednesday. ibs Halt these Concerts have acquired not only 'Id en d stepult public of the metropolis, but country Visitors to uaki0 point of judging for themselves, whenever the shad a an opportunity presents
December 16, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE PROGRESS OF ILLICIT DISTILLATION.

THE PROGRESS OF ILLICIT DISTILLATION.

THE PROCRESS OF ILLICIT DISTILLATION. COURT OF INLAND REVENUE, DEc. 12. THE QUEEN V. JACtsoN.-George Jackson, of Old- street, St. Luke's, was charged on an informlation, or rather a series of informations, embracing six different courits, with having in his possession illicit spi
December 16, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

'WiNDSR CAST E W E.AULT~S, ILnd ?? adjoining. WINDSOI1 CASTL ?? arld ballolk-strdet, the corner of Sothw rkidge-roadan Suol-tet uLwNRY HAINES is instructed by the JIIJ Proprietor to su bmit to Sale by Public Auction. It Giarraw&y's. on Monday next, December 17, at Twelve for One,
December 16, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
NOMENCLATURE OF RACE HORSES.

NOMENCLATURE OF RACE HORSES.

l TO THE EDITOR OF THE ERA. Sirs-What with races in December (never before heard of), betting on the Derby two years in advance, as well as on events for which the horses are not yet even enatered, matters equally unprecedented, the affairs of thie Turf at the close of the year 1
December 16, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE RING.

THE RING.

*,ilOUTS TiO 005015. Dec. 1.-Orne andi Jonles (3cm Barn's Novice), 20 sovs a side, London a s ?? anid Gfiffithb,50 eas ?? 24.-Young Noon and Gray. 30 aura to,20, London. J.8.-Stevens sond tiavdeti, 15 euov a side, Birmingham. 29.-Joe Norlsy and florridge, 25 SOrasieMncst, FICHTS
December 16, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England