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PEDESTRIANISM.

PEDESTRIANISM.

P ED E STR IA JI SM MATCHES TO COME. FEBRUARY 5.-i. Gough and S. Burns (both of Darlaston), 100 yards, Burns stakes 25 sovs to 20, at the Four Crosses, near Cau- took. 5.-J. Walicer (the Roitbdale Antelopes and E. Roberts (the Rtatheen Stag). tf0vards 50 soe a side, Bellevue. i.-
February 4, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE RING.

THE RING.

FIGHTS TO COME. FaB. 6.-Griffiths and iarley, 25 sass a side, London. 13.-Roberts and Tmey, 25 sovs a side, London. 13-Parker and Jem Bailey, 20 sovs a side. London. 14.-Young and Ratclil', 10 sovs a side, London. 1.Owens ard Maguire, 20 sovs a side. Manchester. MAIL 13.-Eden an
February 4, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FOX-HUNTERS [ill] FARMERS.

FOX-HUNTERS [ill] FARMERS.

tQX4UN 1~W F V FARM$RS. SioOTIsNG hAND POISOXIXG FOXRS.-Tt is again our unpleasant task to record that the dastardly and mis- chikevos practice of destroying foxes, by powder and poison, has re-appeared in Leicestershire. Six yesrs have etapsedsince we first exposed the parties w
February 4, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ROYAL ETCHINGS.

THE ROYAL ETCHINGS.

HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS PRINCE ALBERT V. STRANGE Mr. James Russell on Tuesday resumed his reply,1ji the Court of Chancery, on behalf of the appellant, Mr. Strange, against the injunction granted by the Vice. Chancellor in favour of the Prince. He contended that the counsel for the pl
February 4, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ACCIDENTS AND OFFENCES.

ACCIDENTS AND OFFENCES.

1; ACCIDENTS AND OFENCES. I I A FEMALE MUI7.DER...D AT BiRMINGHAM.-AO .ex. ordinary case of murder has been engaging the atten- tion of the coroner for some days, respecting the death of a young womnan named Eliza Gilbert, a servant to a hipgly respectable family, living near the
February 4, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ROYAL SPEECH AND THE OPENING OF PARLIAMENT.

THE ROYAL SPEECH AND THE OPENING OF PARLIAMENT.

THE ERA. - TOWN EDITION. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1849. On Thursday last Her Majesty the QUEEN opened Parliament in person. The Royal Speech delivered upon that occasion we had intended to print continuously, but we are tempted to subject it to a little analyzation. It is a Whig prod
February 4, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MONEY MARKET, RAILWAY, AND CITY INTELLIGENCE.

MONEY MARKET, RAILWAY, AND CITY INTELLIGENCE.

FRIDAY EVENING. Business, at the Stock Exchange, has been, during the week, of less extent than for some time back. The price of Consols being upwards of 90, other seca- rities have come in competition with them. The singularly sensitive state of the Market arises from the fact
February 4, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TRADE AND OTHER MOVEMENTS AT MANCHESTER.

TRADE AND OTHER MOVEMENTS AT MANCHESTER.

(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) We noticed in our last, the welcome and marked improvemeutia the silk trade. This week we have to record-another fact, quite as cheering, but unnoticed by the press, both local and metropolitan. The workmen employed in the stuff and silk-hat trades
February 4, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE CALIFORNIA GOLD REGION.

THE CALIFORNIA GOLD REGION.

I Edge CA45FORNIA GOM) BEQION. ?? common with most of our countrymen, we are 'glow to believe anything like the reports which come -from, or relate to, California. People are apt to sredit that which promises most enjoyment, and Gldove of the marvellous is quite enough to influen
February 4, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MAGAZINES, ETC.

MAGAZINES, ETC.

BLAcKwOOD, for February, opens with a striking article on Caucasus and the Cossacks, showing, as it says, how a handful of men, frugal, hardy; and valiant, successfully defending their barren mountains and dearly won independence against the reiterated assaults of a nmighty neig
February 4, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England