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PEDESTRIANISM.

PEDESTRIANISM.

PEDESTRIANISM, DOINGS AT COPENHAGEN HOUSE. The weather on Monday being extremely fine, although cold, hadt$be effect of causing a full attendance of the patrons of this manly pastime to take place at the above sporting rendezvous. PAYNA (ALIAS RODWELL) AND A NovIcE.-This was a wa
February 6, 1853 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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Advertisements & Notices

NEW MIrSISTRT, NWray M R. DD'S PARLIAMENTARY COM- if-fl PANIO for1853 (Twenty-first Year) contains the New inisry ad al the New Members, 'with the Salaries9 receiinidtby each fficial person. It includes a Biographical receivedf evr ?? of Parliamant. May be procured of rfly Bookse
February 6, 1853 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MONEY MARKET.

MONEY MARKET.

DIONEY DIARIKET. FRIDAY EV cNING. The summary of the American intelligence brought by the Pacific, and received in the Citytbis morning through the agency of the electric telegraph, affords but little news of commercial importance. The cotton market bad advanced * to i per cent.
February 6, 1853 - The Era - London, London, England
 
INTELLIGENCE EXTRA.

INTELLIGENCE EXTRA.

NEWMARKET SECOND OCTOBER1 Meeting. FRIDAY.-MATCE; 200, hift.' T.Y.C.-Lord Exeter's Stoeckwell- 4yrs, lost, aget Mr. Nlewland's El Dorado, 2 yrs, a feather. HOUGHTON MEETING. MONDAY.-MATCH1; 200, h ft. ; D.M.-Lord Clifden's Peliter Set 71b, agst Lord Exeter's Filbert, set Ilb. 5
July 31, 1853 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PEDESTRIANISM.

PEDESTRIANISM.

P E D E S T R I A N I S M. ROYAL OAK, BTARRMG-ROAD. WEST AnD Wianrcrousz.-These young aspirants to pedestrian honours were the first to open the doings of Monday, they havrint to contend in a walking match of two miles for 10. When off they commenced walking at a smart' pace, bat
July 31, 1853 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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LONDON WITHOUT CABS.

LONDON WITHOUT CABS.

TONDON WITHOUT CABS. The cab proprietors gave their men notice simultaneously not to call at their stables after Tuesday, and on Wednesday morn, ijg the sun rose on a city without cabs. The first to feel the inconvenience was the traveller by early trains-into and out of London-w
July 31, 1853 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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l e t e ?? IVj EATING'S CO.UGH{ LOE ES kkX A. CERTAIN REMEDY for disorders of the PULMO- AroduORGAn S -in officulty of breathing, in redundancy NARYtggat ORaudptetS edc ven7r wichcuhi the ipgo of phlegm. in in.ipW11' ?? most positive indiraUW~m), tbey are of uern figi.I asthmna a
January 9, 1853 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE REVENUE.

THE REVENUE.

THE REVENUEE 11 I - -- .. I _.-O . . . No. 1.-s AiBSTRACt of tha NET PRODUCE ol THE REVENlJE of GREATe BrTAIN Ddn in the Te and Quarters ended 5th January, ISU and 5th No. 1.-An ABSTAACT 0 . Januar 1853 shnwidg the 10068e or Dearease thereoif. . I I I Janda-ry.181 , , I ?? Sth Qu
January 9, 1853 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ANOTHER BURGLARY IN SURREY

ANOTHER BURGLARY IN SURREY

I EPSOM, FRIDAY, Nov. 1. The inhabitants of this little town were thrown into a state of alarm and excitement this morning, by the dis- covery that a burglary had been perpetrated during the preceding night on the premises of the XVest Surrey Bank, nearly opposite the Clock Hous
November 3, 1850 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LITERATURE.

LITERATURE.

LIT3S AT UB. . I T AS3. Edited by Miss Ps wn. TBogue, Fleet-streetu " The Keepsake for 1853" brings us sutddenly to a of the old year's Wane, and the new yearis .rYeou t rt up on reading its title, as thoug approach. train, and unexpectedly apprised of your arrival at your jouin
December 5, 1852 - The Era - London, London, England