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SYNOPSIS.

SYNOPSIS.

5Y-X6OPSI4 1 BUCKINGHAM PALACE.-The wholc ,of the ornamental figures hivingF been placed on the sevehal points of newrfrontage to Buckingham Pirlace, the entire scf thie ing has, Witliin thisd ay or two, been removed from the butilding, and thle raislng of the marble arch ill com
July 29, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE GRAVEYARDS AND THE CHOLERA.

THE GRAVEYARDS AND THE CHOLERA.

THE GRAVEYARDS ANID THE CHOLERA.I lye have not imitated our many comtemporaries in publishing numerous Particulars of the Cholera, because, in the first place, too much importance is often put to alarming reports; and, in the second, such details are calciltated to frighten peopl
July 29, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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E EES'S COMPOUND ESSENCE is with R the greatest confidence recommended as b img the mosl sare, speedy, and effectual remedy ever discoveted for the cure of gsnurrhoea and its cunsequences; gleels,apasmodic strictures. Wvhites,patis in the luins,gravel,irritation of Lhe bladder,ur
July 8, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
DREADFUL MURDER IN ENFIELD.

DREADFUL MURDER IN ENFIELD.

DREADFUL MURDER IN ErFIELD.| On Sunday afternoon the usually quiet village of Enfield was thrown into a state of great alarm and excite- ment, in consequence of a report that a murder lad been committed at Chase Lodge, on the borders of Enfield Chase, now in the occupation of a g
July 8, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON GAZETTES.

THE LONDON GAZETTES.

THE LONDON GZb!TiY,,. TUESDAY, Ju3o 3. BANKRUPTS.-R.MILLAR, Prinfvs-sRrt'z` Sri t'tlt F.. manl and pickle mnerchant.-W. T. CREt-i. ' r jl 11 ?? . victtautler.-J. BARLOW, Wharf-road, Ctty-;o..a c* ?? --5. EliR'rLAND. Btecttingtoo and Hlampton ?? ~L~btr', coat merchant.-E MU!IFORD,
July 8, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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vrV pSOM AUTUMN MEETING w~ ill take place on TUESDAY, 18th SEPTE ER(h we e after DoneasterJ.MBR(h The Public Money added to this day's sport amounts to co0 9Th~ere will be Five Races. vi2 ?? TIIS Ei'SOM AUTUMN ihANDICAP oi 20 svvs each, 10 ft d~l 0 if delrhTe~, &o. with 3011 adde
July 8, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PROGRAMME OF THE LIVERPOOL JULY MEETING.

PROGRAMME OF THE LIVERPOOL JULY MEETING.

PROGRAMME OF THE LIVERPO(L I JULY MEETING. WEDNESDAY, JULY 11. The CROXTRST STASES of 15 soas each, 10 ft. with 30 added three year olds. 6st1 Sib. four, Sat 21b; five, Sat lib; six and aged, 9st; mares and geldings allowed 3ib; o0e mile and a Lodrttanle e Sir J. Ilawley Lord Cli
July 8, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE NEWMARKET JULY MEETING.

THE NEWMARKET JULY MEETING.

An old proverb says, that " It is an ill wind that blows nobody any good," and, judging from the blustering .tate of Tuesday morning, ve were inclined to fancy that a large number of people were receiving material benefits at the hands of-or, rather, from the lips of-" rude Bore
July 8, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SPORTING REVIEW.

SPORTING REVIEW.

Craven puts us vastly in mind of an Irishman .in Donnybrook fair, anxious for a shindy, rushing about flourishing his shillaleh, and shouting " Will anybody tread on the tail of my coat P" he is never easy unless he is railing against somebody or something. This month he has giv
July 8, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AQUATICS.

AQUATICS.

HIGH WATER AT LONDON-BRIDGE. JULY 8 morning 44 min. past 3 afternoon 2 min. past 4 9 . - 18 . .* 4 ?? 36 ?? 4 10 . ?? 4 135 11 . 3 . 4i ?? 14 ?? . 6 ?? 39 . 6 13 .. 7 28 ?? 7 14. ?? 7. ?? 7 ?? 27 ,, 8 REGATTAS AND MATCHES TO COME, JULY 9.-Lambeth Annual Regatta. 9.-St. Clement D
July 8, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England