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PEDESTRIANISM.

PEDESTRIANISM.

I I MATCHES TO COMB. 8.-J. Floolktoss (the JArNs ARe Y.n)ad3 ?? O'Dicks Cof Cromptn 23 rs,2inasasie Jackevu .- JOnephitobinson (CnlsPt n ol hllevue.s 8 aoa smw . of ?? h ^v(j~of Scsk prt) and S. W ood (of Levenshulme), 100 yards, 25 soys a side, Belsolerueide,.a 9.-H. ul gaond J
January 7, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ACCIDENTS AND OFFENCES.

ACCIDENTS AND OFFENCES.

ACCIDENTS AND OPFEOCES. | MIRACULOUS ESCAPE ON THE RAILWAY.-(, Fri day week Mr. F. Virkerman, of Blackmo rtrni- fromLond~ bythe mail train to vrntood, and on stepping out of the carriage at that place, before the train had quite stopped be accidentally slipped and fell om i te pl
January 7, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
EXTRAORDINARY ROBBERY ON THE GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY.

EXTRAORDINARY ROBBERY ON THE GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY.

A series of robberies, of the most extraordinary and extensive character, were perpetrated on the up and down mails traversing the Great Western Railway during the night of Monday last. The up mail, leaving Plymouth at i.35 p.m., and Exeter at 9 p.m on Monday, arrived at Bridgew
January 7, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE FRENCH REPUBLIC.

THE FRENCH REPUBLIC.

I LOUIS NAPOLEoN's RBCEPTION.-The President of the Republic was at the receptions of New Year's Day surrounded by the Ministers and Marshals of France, and attended by General Changarnier and a numerous and brilliant staff. He wore the uniform of General of the National Guard,wi
January 7, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LUCAN WINTER MEETING.

LUCAN WINTER MEETING.

LrTCA2lY V'!SIT,. ZE CFTj.N: D .ESO AT, Drc 27. Stervar' , Capjtaini `tawort:, 1I I Lanet-r, Cap:ain P'attoi, 74Th Higtlg ders:P F !E .ore tin amt- 's Rtin; als The ttenntaare was not soancirnarons.:s ?? W rpas e eoD, r to tha!u sewre state orthe weather orr , e ens niglir, a ata
January 7, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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CORN EXCHANGE.—FRIDAY.

CORN EXCHANGE.—FRIDAY.

CORNY EXCHANCE.-F:RIDAY T 'he quatity of, Wheat received up to outr iuarlket, lirnce Saturday last, has n'ot exceeded 2,410 quarters, By land carriage the receipts have been equally limited. To.day, thestands wrere scantily filled with samiiples of both red and white. Picked qlal
January 7, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON GAZETTES.

THE LONDON GAZETTES.

I0 THE LONDON GAZFLTTES. TUESDAY, JANukRY 2. BANruntaols.- James Alexander, Great Winchester-street, City, merchant. John William Ambrose, Bangor. Carnarvon- shire, stationer. Geori;e Thomas Arnold, Liverpool, news agent. Ftederiek Batbeldor, 44ueeaborou, ent, ha~y dealer. James
January 7, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE SPORTING REVIEW.

THE SPORTING REVIEW.

The January number opens with a long article, en- titled, The New Year, a perusal of which induces us to fear that " Craven" is either getting into his dotage, or, as the Newcastle people say, " has got a tile off." His motto appears to have been Aut Cesar ant nihit; the reader
January 7, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
WEDNESDAY CONCERTS, EXETER-HALL.

WEDNESDAY CONCERTS, EXETER-HALL.

That the taste for really good misie is rapidly on the in- crease, is a great and undeniable fact: and when the means for cultivating such a taste are rendered available to all,and adapted to the requirements of the times, thosle who eater for thepublic wants may safely calculat
January 7, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THEATRES, ETC.

THEATRES, ETC.

HAYMARscET.-This house has, very deservedly, come in for a large share of Christmas patronage, and Mr. Webster stands a fair chance of making good those losses which his devotion to the legitimate Drama occasioned. His enterprise as a manager is essentially English, and his cons
January 7, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England