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INTRAMURAL BURIALS.

INTRAMURAL BURIALS.

INTRLDIUrAL plUq4A4LS, ?? 1 I .. . I~ An extraordinary meeting of the members of the Metro politan Society for the Abolition of Burials in Towns was held -on Wednesday afternoon; in the ?? rooms, Bridge street 'Bi-ackfridr6t'" 0. A' ' Walker, Esq., in the chair-' for the ptp6sb o
September 16, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CHESTER AUTUMN MEETING.

CHESTER AUTUMN MEETING.

|- CESTER AUTUMN MMETING. FRIDAY.-Acceptaoces for the TADEssMEN's WELrTE Cup. age sth Ib age at tib New Forest Deer.. a It 7 Defaulter a ge10 61 Ballinafed .. , 5 11 31 Rochester ?? a 10 2 Ba-trap . 6 11I1 ?? a 102 Miss. B .. . a 4 10 121 Clatteorbx . 6 10 0 Swiss Bay. .4 10 11 ?
September 23, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PEDESTRIANISM.

PEDESTRIANISM.

lp E C T i i f ik AsI M 1. ?? ESS.I, 1S - MATCH'ES TO -COMB. 2L-ohn Martin (of Gateslieadl and StepbeFODTBtef (ol Felliugl sorlone mile,- Martin to give forty yafds start, 10 Saos aside, attebre 1e;MileBridge, Newc~astle. 24.i. peobaw ~lsa uckO ~f Iury, and.M. frauey. three laps
September 23, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
RAILWAY MEMS. AND TRAFFIC.

RAILWAY MEMS. AND TRAFFIC.

RAIL ?? AND TRAF SOUTH' EASTERN P.AILWAY- The following interestfbg particulars are extracted from the report of the above comiPally, which-was read by the respected secretary, Mr. Herbert, at the twenity-siith half-yearly general meeting of the share- holders last Thursday. The
September 23, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
UNQUALIFIED CLERGY.

UNQUALIFIED CLERGY.

The conduct of the Chaplain of Coventry Gaol has received a further illustration in the authentic form of an explanatory letter to the Secretary for the Home Department from the peculiarly reverend gentleman himself. He acknowledges that he held the wretched MAnY BALL'S hand ove
September 2, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

BIRTHS. On the 28th ult., the wife of Mr George Jarmnan, Regeat-street. Vauxhalt-bridge-road, of a son. 23d, at St. Lawrence, Isle Of Wight, the Hon. Mrs Dudley Pelham, of a daughter. 23d, at MAanor-housRe East Acton, Countess d'Avigdor, ofa son. 26th, the wife of Richard Henry W
September 2, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
NORWICH TRADE AND DOINGS.

NORWICH TRADE AND DOINGS.

(FROM OIUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Hand looms and steam power are in full work, yet, still without any advance in wages. The earnings of the best hands are from Ss. to 10s. per week, many of those who have been paid in times past from 30s. to 40s per week for similar work; yet, at t
September 9, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MURDER OF THREE CHILDREN, AND SUICIDE BY THE FATHER.

MURDER OF THREE CHILDREN, AND SUICIDE BY THE FATHER.

MURDER OF THREE CHiLbREN, AND SUICIDE BY THE 'FATHER. Monday, about half-past eleven, a most fearful tragedy took place at East-street, Ipswich, when a man named ryson murdered three of his male children, of the respective ages of four years, three years, and eight months old, by
September 9, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

BIRTHS. On the Zlst ult., at Avenue-toad, Regent's-park, Mrs GoorVe Qilbert Scott, of a son. 3Uth, at Manor-terrace, Brixton, Mrs Abraham S~rl. of s daughter. 26th at Turin, the Marquise Alberic Balbiano di Coliravagno. of a son and beir. 1st inst., Mrs C. Ireland, Falcon Tavarn,
September 9, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PROGRAMME OF EPSOM RACES.

PROGRAMME OF EPSOM RACES.

P3oGRAKME ora 3pSo- RACMS. TUESDAY. 4FPTvs1ge 18. The NOaRMANTON ST~kis of 10 &ova 6achi.`5 ft; i e1z4t h Uierk of the Course by ten o'clock toe nighbeoerntg vith7b 96vs added;i for thrcyaal~7t1;fe.8t6b kdg, 9st 61b; six and 8e,9~0b tiej a any race at Epsom in 189I e en~ae.l~etb
September 16, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England