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Ieries of rare Entertainmnenls- Crowded nightly with Bank and Fashion-Mr and Mrs Charles Kean every eveninir. <FpHEATRE ROYAL, HAYMARKET.- I Sole Lessee, Mr B. WEBSTrC, O'd Brompton. Monday. Wednesday. and Friday, HAMLET (as performed oefoce her Majesty and the Court at Windsor C
February 4, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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THE SPORTSMAN'S GAZETTE, SPORTINnG CaORRESPONDENCE. UxtallTh.-Tbe second bet must be decided by the result of the first. TRAaP.-We wrill give you the full particulars in our next; we have not time to refer this week. W. Ri-s.-A discretionary power is vested in the licensing magis
February 4, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
EPSOM SPRING MEETING.

EPSOM SPRING MEETING.

EPSOM SPRING iMBETINO. Acceptances for the MRTl OTOLITAN HIANDICAP. age st lb sige Cossaak ?? 5 9 Oi Silver-Bet , 5 Surplice ?? 8 1W 'Wooderft ,. 4 Inberitress . a 8 9 Tuscan ?? 4 Peep.o'.dcayBoy 5 I4 7 Bellenden ?? 4 Eryx .. . ?? 8 6 Trap .4 Executor . 5 8' 3 H-.gley. 4 Canezou
February 4, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SMITHFIELD CATTLE-MARKET, AND ITS SPEEDY ABOLITION.

SMITHFIELD CATTLE-MARKET, AND ITS SPEEDY ABOLITION.

SMITHIEELD GATTLE-MARKET, ADID ITS SPEEPY ABOLITION. l We have said that Smithfield Market is about to be abolished, but we were not, until now, aware that its doeo is near. Of course, its existence is only a question of time, for down it must go, its fate is sealed. Humanity is
February 4, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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VHE late. LORD GEORGE BENTINCK, I ?? The only Picture for which his Lordship sat-. d P aJnL and DOMINIC COLNAGHI Ianti Co., pubiera Modern Print Warehouse, 13 and 14. Pa i East, ublisher to Her Majesty, beg to announce that the E" ravin g N- Reynolds. from the above Portrait of L
February 4, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE MONSTER POWER OF EUROPE.

THE MONSTER POWER OF EUROPE.

" Britons, beware !" Is Russia to be permitted to assume the do- minant, and exercise an absolute power over Con- tinental Europe ? The question may appear to be vaguely indistinct to those who place more reliance than we do upon. the sagacity of Lord PAL- MERSTONi'S foreign kno
February 4, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
IMPURE WATER.

IMPURE WATER.

Last week, in an article on the Polluted Water Supplied to the Inhabitants of this Metropolis, we said:- "The parties interested in the fortunes of the sub- ?? companies, and who are naturally, but very Un- patriotically, opposed to amendment and reform, allege that the filtrati
February 4, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FRANCE, AND THE CONTINENTAL STATES.

FRANCE, AND THE CONTINENTAL STATES.

(FROM OUn OWN CORRESPONDENT.) The promulgation of the Constitution, the election of a President, and the nomination of a Liberal Administration it was hoped, would have softened down the asperity of party feeling in the Chambers, and that time would have been granted to the New
February 4, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
NEW MUSIC.

NEW MUSIC.

NZW MUSIC. THE ROBIN GOODFELLOW QU&DRILLES. By B1- CARDO LINTER. D'Almaine and Co., Soho-square.- We had occasion to notice in terms of high praise the ballad opera of Robin Goodfellow, now performing with such clqt at the Princess's Theatre. Messrs. D'Almaine and Co., in additio
February 4, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THEATRES, ETC.

THEATRES, ETC.

Irc.I THEATRES, E' HAYMARKET.-There is one thing in particular Connected with Mr. Charles Kean's management during his brief theatrical season at the Theatre Royal, Windsor Castle, for which we-thank him, and that is the revival of Tile Housekeeper, one of the best pieces ever wr
February 4, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England