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TRANSFER OF LICENSES.

TRANSFER OF LICENSES.

TRANSFER OF LI0EN5ES. TOWER HAMLETS, SEPTE'M'R 24. ST. GEORGE.-Red Lion, Peunington-street, to Rachel 'Blinkhorn, widow and administratrix of Benjamin Blink- horn, the late occupier. Bricklayers' Arms, Fenton street Thomas Nicholas Hurrell to Louisa Green. ' se RATcLtEF.-Ship-a-g
September 30, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SOUTH-WEST MIDDLESEX AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY.—ANNUAL PLOUGHING MATCH.

SOUTH-WEST MIDDLESEX AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY.—ANNUAL PLOUGHING MATCH.

SOUTH-WEST MIDDLESEX AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY.-ANNUAL PLOUGHING MATC. : ?? Ad Dan .- - - UNk vn tiesueany tile likteenth annual ploughing match, under the auspices of the above society, took plpce ia a1 field belonging to Mr. Sherborn, a short distauce from the Southall station on th
September 30, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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Advertisements & Notices

THE EIRA NEWSPAPER GRtAND DERBY AND ST. LEGER FREE GIFTS. Forl 6s you have the PAPER for TWELVE MONTHS, with a SHARE in 1,000 FOR NOTHING, on Payment of 1 ms., Subscribers will be spulied with "1THE EnA " regsuezrly for Twelve Months, and in addi- jione be~vresented GRATIS wnith
September 30, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AQUATICS.

AQUATICS.

REGATTAS AND MATCHES TO COME. OCT. 2.-H. Piner and H. Campbell, to row from Putney Bridge to the Ship at Mortlake. 10 sovy a side. 4.-F. Williams and W. Jones, to row from Putney to the Ship at Mortlake, 10 sovs a side. CRAND YACHT MATCH FOR TWO HUNDRED GUINEAS. A grand yacht ma
September 30, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PEDESTRIANISM.

PEDESTRIANISM.

MATCHES TO COME. OCTOBER, I.-Jamnes Sherdon and C. Moseley (both of Sheffield), to run one mile round Hyde Park (Moseley to have fifty yards "tart), 50 sovs a side. 1.-W. Price (of Mile End) and W. Hannant (of Stepney), 10 yards, the latter to have two yards start, 10 soys a sid
September 30, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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SYNOPSIS.

SYNOPSIS.

si N a PS I S. _ ?? ~ ?? - * - - - - t- -. - R~gODE ISLAND has within her limited territory 163 ctton mills, consuming annually 56,000 bales of cottoni and manufacturing 70,000,000 yards of cloth.' NEW PEtsoN.-The foundation, stone of the New City prisonl at Holloway was laid or
September 30, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE GAME LAWS.

THE GAME LAWS.

PRtScItLE V. PROPRIETY. Mr. J. COLL1nTT having paid a fine inflicted by the Wiltshire magistrates on a man named Beau- mont, who was fined and imprisoned in Salisbury Gaol for trespassing in pursuit of game, Viscount FOLTnSTONE, the prosecutor in the case, addressed a letter to
September 30, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE GREAT PLAGUE OF 1665, AS COMPARED WITH THE CHOLERA OF 1849.

THE GREAT PLAGUE OF 1665, AS COMPARED WITH THE CHOLERA OF 1849.

THE GREAT PLAGUE OF 1665, AS COMPARMD WITH THV CHOLERA OF 1849. At a time like the present people naturally think of the Great Plague of London-a pestilence which carried off the inhabitants of the metropolis in. a manner which will never be forgotten so long as our history as a
September 30, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ANTI-CASINO MOVEMENT.

THE ANTI-CASINO MOVEMENT.

TkHE ANTX-ASIKO MOVEMENT, Some busybodies are actively employed just now it endeavouring to persuade the inhabitants of St. Alartin,, parish to sign a petition urging the magistrates to refue a license to the Casino at the Adelaide Gallery. At the head of this movemnirt is the cu
September 30, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
NATIONAL HUMILIATION FOR DECREASE OF THE FATAL EPIDEMIC.

NATIONAL HUMILIATION FOR DECREASE OF THE FATAL EPIDEMIC.

* ?? REASE NATIONAL H UMLIATION FOR DECREASE I OF TRY, to the Giver of all With humble and sincere grOTLU ?? ?? -de-- Good, we congratulate au edr p ndth diapry e Wrease of the peti tncewior which the nation has been so crease of the pdstilehe d~eaths from cholera and diarrhma, s
September 30, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England