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PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

[Er0oM oOUR OWN CORtRESkONDENTS.] BRIGHTON.- Thedtre Royal--(Leesee, Mr Charles Poole.)- With th spirited exertions of the lessee, there is no lack of novelty here. Mrs D. W. King. Miss R. Isaacs, Miss E. flonner, ir D W. King, Mr Stretton, Mr Hime, Mr Jones, and Mr Summers have
February 4, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
COURT AND FASHION.

COURT AND FASHION.

. RT~vstasw A AuIiVAL OF THE COURT AT J3UCKINGHAM PALACE.-The Queen and Prince Albert left Windsor Castle at three minutes before eleven o'clock on Wednes- day morning, and proceeded to the Slough station of the Great Western Railway, travelling to Paddington by a special train,
February 4, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

JOCOCK'S FEMALE PILLS are justly acknowledged to be the best and safest Medicine for Ladtes. An eminent physician says, "That Ladies who take, No. 1, between the ages of fourteen and twenty. and No. 2, between twenty and fifty, pass through life comparatively free from complaint,
February 4, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ANALYSIS OF THE DERBY AND OAKS LOTS FOR 1849.

ANALYSIS OF THE DERBY AND OAKS LOTS FOR 1849.

ANALYSIS OF THIE DERBY AND OARS LOTS POR 1849. I Mr. 13. Green's Lot is amost appropriate sequitur to that of Lurd Clifden, the latter representing most ably the aristocracy, the former the democracy of the Ring, both great in their way, both desiring the same results, although t
February 4, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
GREAT METROPOLITAN HANDICAP.

GREAT METROPOLITAN HANDICAP.

| GREAT XETROPOL1TA HA U3DICAP. I ; "HET 9 ._ . . we, uufiftentiOnalb, last week, committed an l erIror, in describing ?? Number 12," as - minated by Mr. S. P. 3eeton, the indefatigable pro- moter of this Race. instead of JTolm Cosser," who' was named by the Triton of Mik-street;
February 4, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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BETTING AT TATTERSALL'S.

BETTING AT TATTERSALL'S.

BETTING AT TATTERSALLS. MONDAY. The Chester Cup this afternoon gave way to the Great Metropolitan Stakes, on which evert speculation was brisk. Loup-garou was in great force, opening at 20 to 1, a liberal investment bringing the odds to five points less in a very short time. Cane
February 4, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE SPORTING REVIEW.

THE SPORTING REVIEW.

I - I The number for the current month is embellished with two excellent engravings, "Pike Fishing," a quiet rural scene, with a brace of the "gentle craft" at their avoca tions, and " The Steeple Chase, Scene the fifth, Nobody names the winner;" a stirring incident illustrative
February 4, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MOVEMENTS AT NEWMARKET.

MOVEMENTS AT NEWMARKET.

The following horses are now doing good work:- Saddle The White Lady I Tiresome MalmesbuTy The Admiral Cacus Beauvale Fraiioiscan Honeycomb Sobraun Vasa Flycatcher filly Mahratta Cracow Elidallan Quasimodo Lola Montez Le Beau Adair Iodine sicyon Retail Taffrail Czarina Minto Dac
February 4, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
STEEPLE CHASES TO COME.

STEEPLE CHASES TO COME.

FEB. 7 & 9.-Cheltenham (four) ?? First, second, and fourth, closed ; third, Feb. 6. FEB. 9.-East Retford (three) . . First closed; second and third, Feb. 8. FeB. 13.-Brocklesby Hunt ?? Closed. FEB. 13.-Carmarthenshire (two). First closed; second, Feb. 10. FEa. 14.-Lucan, Ireland
February 4, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
COURSING.

COURSING.

COURSING MEETINGS TO COME. FEssRUArY. Club. Judge. Time of Meeting. Ashdown Club (Lambourn) ?? -Mr Nicholson ?? 5 &c, Workington Sp. (Cumberland) ..Mr A. Dalzell ?? &S 6 Newmarket (Cambridgeshire) ..Mr M. T. Tibbett ?? ;& Dirleton (NorLh Berwick) ?? Mr Nightingale ?? 6 & 7 Baldo
February 4, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England