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PROGRAMME OF YORK AUGUST

PROGRAMME OF YORK AUGUST

MEETING. WEDNESDAY, AUGOST 2. The DuNDAs STAsrs of 15 sovs each, 10 It, with 30 added; for three year olds, 6st 81b; four, See 21b; live. 8ut 91b: six and iged, 9ot; mares and geldings, allowed 31b; one mile and a quarter. LordChester6eld D Ir Meik'arn Sir J. Hawley Lord Strathn
August 19, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE WOLVERHAMPTON MEETING

THE WOLVERHAMPTON MEETING

E I In our anticipatory remarks, last week, we alluded to the paucity of sport offered at this meeting, and sug- gested the propriety of its being cut down to a couple of (lays, unless the committee could, by the exercise of a sound liberality in the formation of fresh stakes, a
August 19, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE HUNGARIANS AND THEIR ENEMIES.

THE HUNGARIANS AND THEIR ENEMIES.

The latest accounts received from Vienna state that the Hungarians have been completely beaten by the Austro- Russians, and the war between the contending armies is at an end. We are informed that a great battle took place at Temesvar on the 9th, one which lasted twelve hours ;
August 26, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MORE MURDERS.

MORE MURDERS.

M3ORIE MURDERS. If hanging would check murdering, JAcR, KETCH'S office would be more a sinecure than it has been lately. But the truth is, those who really and deliberately contemplate taking the life of a fellow mortal seldom look to, or provide against the con- sequences. One t
August 26, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE GRAVEYARDS OF LONDON, AND THEIR FOUL AND FATAL INFLUENCES.

THE GRAVEYARDS OF LONDON, AND THEIR FOUL AND FATAL INFLUENCES.

We have always said that Londoners would in time suffer fearfully through their baneful and dis- gusting custom of " burying the dead among the living." Suffering from such abominable conse- quences as those which we foretold and now present themselves-the mere increase of evils
August 26, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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COURT AND FASHION.

COURT AND FASHION.

BALSOnrAL, AUGUST 19.-This morning Her Majesty and the Prince attended Divine Service at the parish church at Craithie. Her Majesty and the Prince were attended by the Right Hon. Sir George Grey, Viscountess Jocelyn, the Hon. Miss Dawson, Lieut.-Col. the lion. Alexander Gordon,
August 26, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SONTAG.

SONTAG.

SON TA GE; A little work, entitled "A Memoir of the Countess de Rossi," has just been published by Mr. Mitchell, of Bond-street. We extract some interesting pas- sagres : ;l Henriette Sontag was born of a respectable family of artists, of limited means, at Coblentz, on the 3d of
August 26, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THEATRES, ETC.

THEATRES, ETC.

THEATRES1 ETC. ROYAL ITALIAN OPERA. CLOSE OF THE SEASON. On Friday evening the doors of the Royal Italian Opera were closed for the season, after a glorious slid very successful campaign. We cannot say that we regret the termination of the theatrical season par excellence_ gratef
August 26, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

I TO THE EEDITOR OF THE ERA. Sir,-From the very liberal and powerful support you have always awarded to the " drama," whether metropo- litan or provincial, through the medium of your Journal, I an emboldened to hope you will not refuse publicity to a few remarks which have been
August 26, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE HUNGARIANS AND THEIR OPPRESSORS.

THE HUNGARIANS AND THEIR OPPRESSORS.

THE HUNGARIANS AND THEIR I OPPRESSORS. I The daily newspapers, who blow hot and cold, and play fast and loose-the journals who affect Liberalism to-day, and rash back to Conservatism to-morrow, exhibiting alternate layers of selfishness and honesty, and coolly contradicting in on
August 19, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England