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IN RE WILLIAM SMITH O'BRIEN AND OTHERS.

IN RE WILLIAM SMITH O'BRIEN AND OTHERS.

|W RitE WILLIAM SMITH O'BRIEN I I AND OTHERS. HOUSE OF LORDS.-FRIDAY. WRIT OF RUBOR. JUDGMENT OF THE COURT BELOW AFFIRMED. The Lord Chancellor, Lords Lyndhurst, Broughaam and Campbell, assisted by the Judges who presided, too! their seats at ten o'clock on Friday morning, when Mr
May 13, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TRADE AND OPINIONS AT MANCHESTER.

TRADE AND OPINIONS AT MANCHESTER.

TRADE AND OPINIONS AT MANCHESTER; I (PRoiu OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Manchester is troubled. A sweet voice has gone forth to educate the people, to supply the ignorant with mental food, to cultivate the great waste of non-intelligent minds, but the voice is drowned, for other and l
May 13, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
NEW MUSIC.

NEW MUSIC.

I Tara OCEAN'S mY Homn. Ballad. Words by JAMES WORREL. Music by E. F. FITEWILLIAM. Duncombe and Moon, Holborn.-An excellent ballad; the melody catching, whilst its bold and original style must recom- mend it to favour. Mr. Fitzwilliam has succeeded in producing a ballad which on
May 13, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
OUR CARPET BAG.

OUR CARPET BAG.

oUR CARPET BAG. - CLERI CAL WIT-" If we were to go to war, father," said a bright-eyed boy to his clerical parent, " from what part of the Bible should you get a text for a new sermon ?" The good minister, being taken by surprise at the ques- tion, thought a moment, and then smoo
May 13, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PEDESTRIANISM.

PEDESTRIANISM.

MATCHES TO COME. MAY. 14.-J. Walker (of Rochdale) and J. Howard (of Bradford), 120 yards, 2.5 soys a side, Walker to give two yards start. S ellevue. 15.-J.Heyiwood and Dorrington (both of the Borough Market), to walk four miles. 5 soys a side, at the Red Deer, Croydon. ?? Brian
May 13, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THEATRES, ETC.

THEATRES, ETC.

THEATECES, ETC. JENNY LIND AND HER ADMIRERS- HER MAJESTY'S THEATRB. There have been so many different reports circi- lated in reference to Mdlle. Lind, that we, in common with most people, are slow to believe whatever we hear as to the intentions of that lady. It is, however, but
May 13, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SMITHFIELD MARKET.

SMITHFIELD MARKET.

! (n ?? nn!!? I MruMnMondaY on the re-assembling of this committee, Mr. Mackinnouo in the chair, a mass of evidence was taken selative to the public inconvenience resulting from the driving of animals to and from Smithfield-market, and the acts of cruelty perpetrated on them. Se
May 13, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE NEWMARKET SECOND SPRING MEETING.

THE NEWMARKET SECOND SPRING MEETING.

THE EW1MAR ET SECONDt SPRING qZ_-XMEETING. I toue ?? Spring Meeting! Surely we must be dreaming, thought we, as we wended our way to the Shoreditch Station of the Eastern Counties Rail. Second Spring! why, we have not had a first yet. We must be dreaming, for it is mid winter, an
May 13, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
IRISH METROPOLITAN STEEPLE CHASES.

IRISH METROPOLITAN STEEPLE CHASES.

IRISH METROPOLITAN STEEPLE : CHASES. Stewards-The Marquis of Waterford, Percy Nugeut' Bart, ,Lord Dunkellin, ?? S Bernard, Esq. Judge- Mr J. Daly. Treasurer and-lion. Sec.-J. Osborne, Esq The line of the country selected was in the neighbour- hood of Luran, but materially altered
May 13, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
YE NATIONAL SPORTE!!! OF STEEPLE CHASYNGE.

YE NATIONAL SPORTE!!! OF STEEPLE CHASYNGE.

YE NATIONAL SPORTE ! !! OF STEEPLE CHASYNCE. MR. PIPS Iris DIARY. Monday, April 23, 1849. Down the Road to a Steeple Chase, which I had never seen before, and did much long to behold: for of all Things I do love Diversion and Merriment; and both MR. STRAPPES and SIR WILLIAM SPIUR
May 13, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England