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STEEPLE CHASES TO COME.

STEEPLE CHASES TO COME.

STEEPLE CHASES TO COMAE. PFa. 19.-PembTokeshire. .. . Closed. FRB. 19-B I;dgenortll (two) I . First and second closed. Fse 2a.-Walcelield (three) ?? Close Marci 22. Faa~. 23 -11Coley-.i.Arden (two) . I ...Closed. FrB, 28.-Liverp0'l ?? Firs closed; second, Feb. MAOCH 1d._Weotoerby
February 18, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CHARGE OF ATTEMPTING TO EXTORT MONEY BY AN UNFOUNDED ACCUSATION.

CHARGE OF ATTEMPTING TO EXTORT MONEY BY AN UNFOUNDED ACCUSATION.

S. Cowper, a private in the 1st battalion of the Royal Fusilier Guards, was charged, on Thursday, at Bow- street police-court, with having unlawfully and maliciously accused the Rev. Henry Charles Seller, curate of Send, near Guildford, in Surrey, on the night of the 9th of Janu
February 18, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SYNOPSIS.

SYNOPSIS.

S YNOPSIS. Do HALL OF CoMlMaicE.-The large building in Threadieedle-Itreet, built a few years ago by Mr. Mox- ha the biscuit baker, and known as the " Hall of Corn- has been closed, after remaining open to the licX for six years. Tile undertaking of the projector Pas turned out a
February 18, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE TOOTING TRAGEDY.

THE TOOTING TRAGEDY.

THEI TOOTING TRAGEDY. Report said DROIJET was dead. Even while we were reviewing his conduct in reference to the children who were committed to his keeping, or rather "farming," we were checked by the an- nouncement that he had become one of those with whom we never war, even as
February 18, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE SOLDIERS AGAIN.

THE SOLDIERS AGAIN.

We have heard it said, that the ignorance of our "common soldiers" is to be preferred to that dangerous intelligence peculiar to low Cockneys, and are of that way of thinking. The bull-dog courage and single-mindedness of our troops have done wonders. Recruits come mostly from t
February 18, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MONEY MARKET, RAILWAY, AND CITY INTELLIGENCE.

MONEY MARKET, RAILWAY, AND CITY INTELLIGENCE.

MONEY MAUKET, RAILWAY, AND CITY INTELLIGENCE. FRIDAY EVENING. The Public Securities have exhibited, for some days, the greatest animation, Since last Friday the advance is fully equal to one per cent. The settling day, which usually depresses prices, had no effect whatever, the s
February 18, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MANCHESTER TRADE AND OPINIONS.

MANCHESTER TRADE AND OPINIONS.

(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) To see the 'Change last Tuesday, where " mer- chants most do congregate," a stranger might have taken it for a monster meeting of broad cloth, so great was the attendance. Buyers were disposed to purchase freely, but the slight advance in the price
February 18, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FRANCE AND CONTINENTAL AFFAIRS.

FRANCE AND CONTINENTAL AFFAIRS.

FRANCE AND CONTINENTAL I AFFAIRS. (FROM A CORRESPONDENT.) The great event of the week-the long-anticipated question of peace or war, dissolution or destruction of the Ministry-was determined by the Assembly, on Wednesday evening, in a Chamber of 811 Mem- bers, by a majority of th
February 18, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CHURCH PREFERMENT.

CHURCH PREFERMENT.

CHURCH PREFERIENT. I The subject of " Church PrfermNellt has, UUe- fortunately, but too frequently enabled the opponents of the Established Church. in this country the oppor- tuinity for displaying,innfvnalcotsh doctrines and her practice5 whilst the continual craving after "the
February 18, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
OUR CARPET BAG.

OUR CARPET BAG.

PARIS ON Diis.-The quartier of the Faubourg St. Honor6 was, a short time ago, the scene of a grand emoi. Some wag near the hotel of the British Ambassador thought it proper to announce a strange occurrence at the Embassy by sounding an alarm upon a copper cassarole with a key. T
February 18, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England