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PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

-PROVINCIAL THEA rRiCALS. (R OK O t OWN CORRESPONeDENTS.) TI[HiTE Royr, B IGZZTONV. Tmsekser MY~tt(LOSSsee Mr H. Rye Chart.)-Our little the~atre is to opsor On Saiturday (this), evening, and we may add to tire notice Which appeared in one columns two week siner that Mrs Charles C
July 29, 1860 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE MARKETS.

THE MARKETS.

Ia xu: t~ ;~ W ~ CORZ4Y uXCHAl4G~-F"t-Y. s pset eh :to Va*hakt oastwiSe, ?? ?? 1,460 quarters.' Freshi up to-day the receipts ol that grain by land carriage werei srinll, heriice s: ffie i~how at tfi~s of bbth red an- whitewa very imit'ed nevertheless, as thd attendance of both t
July 20, 1851 - The Era - London, London, England
 
HEALTH OF LONDON.

HEALTH OF LONDON.

. EiAZ to oNDON, The pub)ip ,sea, zpw presents a mpe farv ble' a~spect. I gl i~te,#!rnd~l,jg.t,,alsria day, the nuisiigr of deaths reegistered from all ?? ;to.R 88. i. the ten. corfegponding weeks of1 1-504thbe .iiverfge number was 877; but as,_opulation has been growhrg' tbrouhI
July 20, 1851 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LITERATURE.

LITERATURE.

JOHN-iIAILTON; On, READ. AID TEXNL By WILLIAM RROIAO. . G. loitledge and Co., Farringdon.street. 1854. In this instructive-and really, interesting book, ivell adapted to the capacity of an mitelliget boy, -we have the claims of literaturt very pleasingly advocatea. - father is s
February 12, 1854 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

A FORTUNE FOR NOTHING! THE ERA GRAND DERBY & ST. LEGER GIFTS. Upon the Payment of X1 6s., ?? BEST FAMILY & SPORTING JOURNAL WILL BIB SENT TO YOU FOR FIFTY-TWO WEEKS. AND A REGISTERED RECEIPT PRESENTED GRATIS IN TInE ERA GIFTS OF 500. Every party? WHETHER A PRESENT READER OF "'THE
March 14, 1852 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. OUR SPORTING CORRESPONDENTS WILL TIND THEIR QUESTIONS ANSWERED IN OITR SPORTING GAZKTTE- ANTI-CRITICAL.-The farce we noticed in lost Sunday's Town Edition (March 7), is even Iess praiseworthy than we declared it to be, because of that very defect which
March 14, 1852 - The Era - London, London, England
 
HEALTH OF LONDON.

HEALTH OF LONDON.

?? -? i , :?!4 t .." " 1? .1 ? I 1; ? i I I . . I I ?. I I I I ; , ?? "" F,-, , Tll'? 0 ? LGNDON,.?;;j-? z, ?? ?? - I ? AL I ?? I .Thie inumiber 'of deaths 'registered in Loudon, .in thie'week thstendedz on S-aturday, ?? 1,204, and shows a small inerease0on those of the! twio pre
February 12, 1854 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LICENSED VICTUALLERS' ASYLUM.

LICENSED VICTUALLERS' ASYLUM.

An Appeal to Non-Contributors. This is not the first time, as our readers very vell know, that we have taken occasion to comment upon the example shown to the world by the Licensed Victuallers of London, in the way of charitable contributions towards a vast and noble undertaking
March 14, 1852 - The Era - London, London, England
 
DESPATCH FROM GENERAL PELISSIER.

DESPATCH FROM GENERAL PELISSIER.

DEI TI H - GE N Rlv t I L l SSIE,. IDESPATCE 'FROM~ GENM9RAL,,PEIER . : HaADoQUARTERS DB3iOEE SEBASTOI'OL,' MAY ?? 185. M.onsiur la Mariechal,-Since -we, tookhthe .u4sia.counter. approaches in front of the Central Bastion, on the night of May 2, and occupied this ver? imlportaint
June 10, 1855 - The Era - London, London, England
 
DANGERS OF SOCIETY.—THE TICKET OF Leave System.

DANGERS OF SOCIETY.—THE TICKET OF Leave System.

DANGERS Or SOCIETy.-QTH TICKET OF Leave System. . Our readers are aware that we have frequently protested against the dangers of permitting convicted felons to be cast loose upon society, under what is called a ticket of leave. Every day the evil is increasing, and we are alarmed
June 10, 1855 - The Era - London, London, England