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ELECTION OF LORD MAYOR.

ELECTION OF LORD MAYOR.

Last Saturday, being Michaelmas Day, the Livery of the City of London assembled, according to annual custom, in Common Hall, for the purpose of electing two of the Aldermen who bave filled the office of Sheriff, from whom the Court of Aldermen would select one to be the Lord May
October 7, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
HASTINGS AND ST. LEONARD'S

HASTINGS AND ST. LEONARD'S

H tASTINGS A.N.D ST. -EONrl RACEE.-tCONGaLUDE.) r] RIDAY.-...The HURDLE STAKES of 2 soyS each, with 20 adds heats, once round and a distance. (7 subs.) Mr Webb's Peggy Meldrum, 6 yrs, 10st Illb ?? Crickman 1 Mr Loe's Pantaloon, aged, list 91b ?? Hearne 0 Mr Anderson's Railroad, a
October 7, 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
 
"A BEAUTIFUL AND VIRTUOUS WOMAN."

"A BEAUTIFUL AND VIRTUOUS WOMAN."

"'A BEAUTIFUL AND VIRTUOUS WOMAN."> PRATT V. FLETCHER.-CRIN. CON. This action was tried before Mr, Baron Platt, at thelast Michaelmas Term, when a verdict was found for the plaintiff, with damages, SOO. Mr. Humfrey having obtained a rule nisi for a new trial, on several grounds,
January 28, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
BETTING AT MANCHESTER.

BETTING AT MANCHESTER.

RET3ING AT MANCBEST.R. FRIDAY. There was bidt a scanty muster of the Subscribers in attendance to-day, and but little business done~ The leading featurewas in respectof Executor, for the Ches-. a 0t ,althe money that could be got on at the pricee; aubsequently, 450 to 10 was acce
January 28, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
NEFARIOUS TRADING AND ALLEGED FORGERY AT BATH.

NEFARIOUS TRADING AND ALLEGED FORGERY AT BATH.

NXrARIOUS TRADING AND ALLEGED FORGERY AT BATH. Great excitement has, within the last week, been caused at Bath, in consequence of the committal for trial of two wealthy silversmiths, Messrs. WARREN and FULLER, on a charge of forging or ?? the Halt mark of the Goldsmiths' Company.
January 28, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE MARCH OF MENDICITY.

THE MARCH OF MENDICITY.

I Whilst ever foremost in the advocacy of the claims of the industrious and deserving poor to sympathy and assistance, we are the unflinching opponents of the class who make mendicity a pro- fession, and seek, by the aid of cant and hypocrisy, to wring from the charitably dispos
January 28, 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
 
HEALTH OF LONDON DURING THE WEEK.

HEALTH OF LONDON DURING THE WEEK.

lEALTH OF LONDON DURING THE WEEK. The 1,217 deaths registered in the week exhibit an ex- cess of 254 above the weekly average of the quarter, which ended on June the 30th; but this unusual result is due only in part to an increased rate of mortality. The registration of a conside
July 8, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A VIEW OF MR. LORDE, HYS CRYKET

A VIEW OF MR. LORDE, HYS CRYKET

GROVNDE. MIR. PIPS HIS DIARY.-Monday, June 18, 1849.- This Day a great Cricket Match, Surry against England, at Lord's, and I thither, all the way to St. John's WIood, to see the Place, having often heard talk of it, and the Playing, which Mr. Longstoppe did tell me was a pretty
July 8, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England