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THE NEWMARKET CRAVEN MEETING.

THE NEWMARKET CRAVEN MEETING.

Of all the amusements provided for the Easter veel;, in London or out of it, the Newmarket Craven )leeting, il our estimation of course, stands pre- rlfllienIlt. Greenwich Fair, Cremorne, and the Theatres may have their attractions for the multitude, but give us the wide expanse
April 8, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

HOUSE OF LORDS.-MONDAY. Lord EGLINTON explained, in reference to what bad fallen from the Earl of Harrowby on Friday night, that be had no intention of attributing dissolute manners to the Poles as a body; all lie meant was, that neither they nor any other foreigners ought to re
April 8, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE NATIONAL DEBT.—MR. RIGBY WASON'S SCHEME.

THE NATIONAL DEBT.—MR. RIGBY WASON'S SCHEME.

THE NATIONAL DEBT.-MR. RIGBY WASON'S SCHEME. The gigantic delusion of paying off the National Debt has been often entertained, and just as often abandoned as a political impossibility. Mr. WAsori tells ustobanishthe wordimpossiblefromourlanguage. Let it be done; still the moralfa
April 8, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
NEW MUSIC.

NEW MUSIC.

REMEMBER ME. BALLAD. WORDS BY JOSEPH OLIVER, Esg., Music BY GEORGE J. 0. ALLMANN. Olliviers, New Bond-street.-This is aweleome addition to the ballad compositions of the day. The melody (in three sharps) is easy and flowing, displaying considerable originality, whilst its charac
April 8, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
BETTING AT MANCHESTER.

BETTING AT MANCHESTER.

I B3ETTING AT MANCHESTER. TUESDAY. The July Stakes and Cumberland Plate were speculated upon pretty freely at the prices returned; but the betting, both on the Liverpool Cup and Goodwood Stakes, was nearly destitute of interest, for the small extent of busi- ness done. For the Li
July 8, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE RING.

THE RING.

FIGHTS TO COME. JULY 10.-Smith and Coddy, 30 sovs a side, London. 16.-Martin and Betts. 25 soys a side, Birmingham. 17.-Hayes and Madden, 100 sova a side. London. 17.-Ede n and Terry, 25 SDON a side, Birmingham. 23.-Sullivau and Evans, 10 sova a side, London. 24.-Buckey and Smit
July 8, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

oYAL ITALIAN OPERA, 1 ROYAL COVENT GARDEN. cM ) ?? next, March 20th, will be performed (for the third ?? ?? MASANIELLO. Elvira, Madame line) Gras (her third ?? at the Royal Italian Opera); K. B0eiela, Mdlle Pauline Ljeroux (her third appearance at the Gi B ~,autalian Opera); Emma
March 18, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
RACING FIXTURES.

RACING FIXTURES.

Warwick Spring ?? 2C . Croxton ?? 29 Northaimpton, ?? 27 ; APRIL. Newraseon-Tyne Spring 2 Bath .,,1 Hopwood . ?? CterickBridge.7 Newairket Craven. . . Epaom Spring.. 2 Burton Cotable. i ?? t ?? .. 23 Aber avenny ?? 12 Maalton ?? ?? 24 Roo ?? . 14 MAY. Chester ?? 1 Epsoml . 22 Ne
March 18, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
BETTING AT TATTERSALL'S.

BETTING AT TATTERSALL'S.

MONDAY. With the exception of the Northamptonshire Stakes, the betting this afternoon was neibher: heavy in amount nor productive of any very important features. For the above event, the Tartar w/as in great force, htis friends being so sweet, and their outlay so liberal, that a
March 18, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PEDESTRIANISM.

PEDESTRIANISM.

PED ESTRI A NISM MATCHES TO COME. AUGUST. (fFls 13,--M.Fraser (of Blackburn) ad It. ?? Fails- wot)I n il.55so ?? ak, Sheffield. l3-J. Brt own and XV. Berry (both of Coventry), half a mile, 5 13.S. ?? Pt) nd t. tering(of Newcastle), 0ads 15 soya asid at ?? House, near New- 13.-. i
August 12, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England