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INCORPORATED SOCIETY OF LICENSED VICTUALLERS.

INCORPORATED SOCIETY OF LICENSED VICTUALLERS.

INCORPORATED SOCIETY OF LICESED _VICTUAILR6. aiursay the newly erected Trustees and Committee of the Incorporrated Society of Licensed Victuallers took theirsa ?? Board, afcer which the members of the Board Of Magement dined together at the house of Mr. D av is, the V i tori-ra T
April 15, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
OUR CARPET BAG.

OUR CARPET BAG.

| OUR CARPEt BAG. DoatAN's LAST-.-" Supposing -the ?? Pius IX. and myself in Buxton's brewhouse, which of the two is the better off?" Ans. ?V4yself. "1 Wily ?"-" Because the pope can't get Into the Vat-i-can!" (vat; I can.) WHEN Sir Tb a Moews Lord Chaycellor, in the reign of Hen
April 15, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

PROVINCIAL THEATRIGALS. I EFROX oEYJR OWN CoRItEBPONiDENTS.] BrntscRrGAM.-Wm. Cooke's Circus.-This amphitheatre has been crowded all the week. La Petite Rebecca and Miss Emily Cooke are great favourites, and in all their very clever and graceful performances have been much applau
April 15, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
WEST RIDING BANQUET IN HONOUR OF RICHARD COBDEN ESQ., M.P.

WEST RIDING BANQUET IN HONOUR OF RICHARD COBDEN ESQ., M.P.

WEST RIDING BANQUET IN HONOUR OF RICHARD COBDIEN ESQ M I ThA~ - EE~,MP itr ong-taiked-of banquet to ?? Esq., the Free trade memiber for the West Rdn ?? took place last Wednesday in ?? of tokhie, Corn -Exchange, Wakefield. ?? aono h The doors of the vast saloon were thrown open fo
April 15, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

..h i'UE ut' i tt., .?t i ~ j rs. it. Pollock, of a 08Pt ,-h 5f'r#h'tt ~he i. tj the Ilatrou Van Tuylvn. of I itekldt! ti ?? Yi~ yv 1010)1).bt of the Clareudon, IRenil- - < i~ii 8mt*si~tla'l-plttC5, Islintglto, the wife oft 7ith thbwi~e ti Xtr'\amQel G~ill, of the Du~n llortr, 0(
April 15, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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THE SPORTSMAN'S GAZETTE. 5poRTING CORRESPONDENCE. A prsOPUT IN PETTIcOATs. -Your anticipations arrived too lute at car office. ' D. (North Shields).Tlie pick you have made is a good selection, but we are afraid few, if any, will do business with as it is a&lan your own side-5 soy
April 15, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"SWALLOW'S" PROBABLE WINNERS FOR NEWMARKET CRAVEN MEETING.

"SWALLOW'S" PROBABLE WINNERS FOR NEWMARKET CRAVEN MEETING.

"SWALLOW'S" PROBABLE WINNERS FOR NEWMARKET BRAVEN MEETING. The Meeting commences on Monday, April 9th, with the Hinchinbrook Stakes, which will be a walk over fbr one of Col. Peel's. A Sweepstakes of 100 sovs will, most likely, lie between the Silistria colt and Sobraon; the form
April 8, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
BETTING AT MANCHESTER.

BETTING AT MANCHESTER.

TUESDAY. The betting to-day touched upon the different events mentioned below, but there was no weight of business done, and it was only important so far as regards the forthcoming Derby. For this, 500 to 10 several times was taken aboutVanguard, a new outsider, whose backers af
April 8, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
EASTER NOVELTIES.

EASTER NOVELTIES.

ST. JAMES'S..n ndtomonn Robert Houdin announces six evenin rfand two e moning (Wednesday and Friday) farewell perforance ther nleastr week. We advise those who have not Yet haI h pesr of witnessing his extraordinary sleight of hand, to visit his magic temple at once. HAYMARKET.
April 8, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
GRAND AMERICAN HALL, LEICESTER

GRAND AMERICAN HALL, LEICESTER

I I 5QUARE. PANORAMA Or THE MississiPPi. The panorama of the Mississippi river, now exhibiting in Leicester-square, is one of the wonders of the day, for few people ever expected to see a painting four miles long. Its length, however, is not its most extraordinary feature, for t
April 8, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England