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THE CHESTER SPRING MEETING.

THE CHESTER SPRING MEETING.

THE CH.ESTEI SPRING MEETING. - - In 1 anrzewaris' -The Earl of Strathamore, J. Meikiam, REsq., and G Payne, Es;, Clerk of the Course, Handicapper, ad Stre:' oh of Nantwicbham. Judge: Thomas White, There are cert1ain racing meetings of which it appears necessary lanlally to give a
May 6, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PEDESTRIANISM.

PEDESTRIANISM.

Ii PXD)STRaIANXIsM XATCHlEs TO COME. 7.-i. Robinso ( MAY. 7 a rdth) son (Cana's Pet) and i. Sharpies (of -Newton 7.-Hs.Jaotphs tfesaibhesrtthtamtadS), 14020d 7-T. Dcakenid ydof, 250 sos a side. Bellevue. one mile, 10 sono Stockport) and J Hue (of Little Bolton), 7-.Metcalf d asid
May 6, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE RING.

THE RING.

FlIGHTS TO COME. MAY E.-Hazeltile aad Barnasn, 50 sovs aside, London. 14-Young Rolla and Jem Roberts, 10 sots a side, Bir- oio igham. 14.-Alltwod and Trotter, 20 sovs a side, Birmingham. 15.-Adams and lHerbert, 20 sovs a side, London. 2i.-Gregrlo n and Kelly, 25 sovs a side, Sto
May 6, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SYNOPSIS.

SYNOPSIS.

N 0 P S 5. - SY NOPS IS. TE LATE PRINCESS SoPsurA'S ToMB.-A corre- Sp ,dent informs us, that her most excellent Majesty the ,ueeII, having purchased a lange space of ground, in the Ns51.greeri Cemetery, has ordered to be constructed ,,the RoyalFamily an elegant mausoleum, to whic
May 6, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ALLEGED WHOLESALE POISONING AT GUESTLING, NEAR HASTINGS, SUSSEX.

ALLEGED WHOLESALE POISONING AT GUESTLING, NEAR HASTINGS, SUSSEX.

I During the past week an extraordinary sensation has been occasioned in the village and neighbourhood of Guestling, near Hastings, in consequence of a woman named Mary Ann Geering, the mother of eleven childrei, seven of whom are adults, having been apprehended on a charge of a
May 6, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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DR. CULVERWELL ON 11A514,lCE INI aIIlLITY, ASD DIVORCE. Orthodox, Anli empihictl, and Orighina. Is, ly post Is tdt. Sub~ect-ST3RRIED~ LIFE.LF E flN SINGLE AND MARRE IE VV "'Tn he or nelt to b,; that is the queslionl." 8ubject-1 ?? -Its intent, obtigoi. ,as~lyia n osticntiooat oqs
May 20, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE DERBY PROPHECY,

THE DERBY PROPHECY,

BY "TOUCHSTONE." It never ,ePt did hurt, To lay down likelihoods, and forms of hope." HENRY IV. "Let the end try the man."-HErarY IV. The eventful hoar has arrived-we are called upon to fulfil our task-redeem our pledge-and, diving into futu- rity, to forestal the sentence of th
May 20, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SATURDAY EVENING.

SATURDAY EVENING.

ARRIVALS, &c. Nothing has occurred to alter our opinion concerning the result of the Derby. There is evidently a strong feeling in favour of Vatican to-day as an outsider, and an inclination to lay against Tadmor, who did not arrive to-day with the others. Normanton's ?? trial i
May 20, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PERFORMANCES OF THE DERBY FAVOURITES.

PERFORMANCES OF THE DERBY FAVOURITES.

THE FLYING DUTCHMAN (Lord Eglinton's), 'hr ic by Bay Middleton, out of Barbelle. Trained by Fobert at Middlebam.-At the Newmarket July Meeting, !8st 71b, won the July Stakes by a length, beating Quinine, :Sst 51b, second; the Jester, 8st 71b, third, and not placed; Turban, 8st 7
May 20, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE POISONINGS AT GUESTLING.

THE POISONINGS AT GUESTLING.

TitE POISONiNCS AT CJESTLING. The inquiry was brought to a close at Hastings on Wednesday evening. The deceased Richard Geering and his two sons were in the employ of Sir John Aehburrnharn at the time of their death, as agricultural labourers, and bord'a very good character for i
May 20, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England