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THE CHASE.

THE CHASE.

T H E C H A S E. EHUNTID- G APPOINTMENTS. I{l r tef-;Yo-Tuesday, Hawthorne Hill; Friday, Farnhaaa Comaroa ; at hall-rlaS cleveax RLs hSclld's, Baroec-Monray, Astoa Clinton; Thursday, Meutmorc; at atcrcn. Albriglitor-Tuesday, C go ayHiandPool; Saturday, Norbtry Manor ; at elCveC.
February 27, 1859 - The Era - London, London, England
 
COURT AND FASHION.

COURT AND FASHION.

COURT AND F _ASHION. SATURDAY, FED. 19.-The Queen had a dinner party on Satur. day evening at the Buckingham Palace. The company included their Royal Highuesses the Princess Alice and the Duke of Cam. bridge, the Frenlch Ambassador and the Duchess of Malakoff, the Earl and Counte
February 27, 1859 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

I _ Obituary of DistinguiBhed Persons. I DEATH OF THE COUNTESS OP SANDWICHi.-WO regret to announce the demise of the Countess of Sandwicb, who died at an early hour on Sunday morning, at the family residence in Curzon- street, Mayfair. The lamented countess died after a very shor
February 27, 1859 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS.

LATEST FOREIGN NEWS.

I F RA N C E. PARIS, WEDNESSDAY EVENING.-The Moniteur this morning devotes six columns to the proceedings at Bucharest, which on the 17th of February eventuated in the unanimous election of Colonel Couza as joint hospodar of the now united provinces. The speeches delivered, the
February 27, 1859 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TOWN EDITION.

TOWN EDITION.

| ERA OFFICE, SATURDAY, 12 PIN. The following telegrams wore received at Mr. Reuter's Office, February 26th, 1859:- DRESDEN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 26. Lord and Lady Cowley arrived here last night, and took up their residence at the Victoria Hotel. They will start to-day at noon for
February 27, 1859 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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LATER AMERICAN THEATRICALS.

LATER AMERICAN THEATRICALS.

LATER AXERICAN THEATRICALS. (From The Spirit of the Times, Feb. 12) There is but little to write about our city theatres. Messrs. Moore and Olwine have hit the public taste in the production of Our Female American Corein;- :Laura Keene's American Cousin having run one hundred coi
February 27, 1859 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ACCIDENTS AND OFFENCES.

ACCIDENTS AND OFFENCES.

I ACCIDENTS AND OFFENOES. FIRit AT MIjLWALL.-On Soaday morning about tlhree o'clock a fire of formidable character broke out in the premises of Messrs. Owe:; and Merton, proprietors of the aillwall Chymical Works. Mr. Braidwood in his official report describes the damage done as
February 27, 1859 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE RAILWAY ESTATE of the COUNTRY.

THE RAILWAY ESTATE of the COUNTRY.

I As this is the time of year when the railway proprietary hold their financial parliaments, and lay before their several constituencies those special budgets of revenue that are fast becoming monetary questions of the utmost commercial importance to the country, we purpose toti
February 27, 1859 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ELECTION AFFAIRS.

ELECTION AFFAIRS.

Bs'LECTIQO AFFAIRS. Marylebone TBlection. Since the constitution of the three parishes of lMarylebonp, St. Pancras, and Paddington as a borough under the provisions of thie Beform Act, there has never been such an extraordinary contest as that which has just terminated by the ret
February 27, 1859 - The Era - London, London, England
 
WAR OR PEACE?

WAR OR PEACE?

WAR OR PEAICE ? I Some weeks back, when Europe was half paralysed by panic, when talk of war brooding over the plains of Lombardy was in every mau's mouth, when the continental papers echoed the tramp of Croatian battalions beneath the walls of Milan, and the footfall of Pielmont
February 27, 1859 - The Era - London, London, England