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[ill] STANFIELD HALL MURDERS.—DISCOVERY OF THE WEAPON.

[ill] STANFIELD HALL MURDERS.—DISCOVERY OF THE WEAPON.

HE STANFIELD HALL MURDERS.-DISCO- VERYt OF THE WEAPON. fiYMONDRAAM, WEDNESDAY.-Tie discovery of the :eapen by which Rush perpetrated tite murders at Stan- eld Hall has created considerable interest in the county. 'he locality in which it was found certainly tends to show elat the
May 27, 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
 
NEWMARKET SECOND SPRING ANTICIPATIONS.

NEWMARKET SECOND SPRING ANTICIPATIONS.

The Second Spring Gathering at head-quarters treading closely on the heels of Chester, and the last Meeting prior to the Annual Summer Asseui- blage on Epsom Downs, is always an important affair-not that the Programme, per se, demands any great attention, or that the results of
May 6, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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
 
CRIM. CON.—DIVORCE GRANTED.

CRIM. CON.—DIVORCE GRANTED.

CRIM. CON.-DIVORCE CRANTED. CATON V. CAATON.-The suit was promoted by the husband against the wife, on the ground of adultery. The learned Judge (Dr. Lushington) gave his judgment on Tuesday, in the Consistory Court. He said the case had occupied the anxious consideration of the
May 6, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SYNOPSIS.

SYNOPSIS.

.. I PRINCE ALBERT AT CHELSEA.-OR Tuesday last his Royal Highness Prince Albert, attended by the Hon Capt. A. Gordon, visited Messrs Baker's pheasantry, in Beanu: fort.street. Chelsea, and inspected the numerous and beautiful specimens of foreign waterfowl in their establish- we
May 13, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
UNPOPULAR LAWS.

UNPOPULAR LAWS.

That the laws of a country must accord with sense and sentiments of the community, is a ma: - in jurisprudence which no one controverts. Let ; v maxim be followed out. While an attempt to ect lish in Europe the peculiar legislation of any fore clime-say that of China-is ridicule
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
 
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