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HINTS FOR DESPOTS, AND THE Milan Outbreak

HINTS FOR DESPOTS, AND THE Milan Outbreak

I_ HINTS FOR DESPOTS, A&'D THE Wilau Outbreak However Englishmen may differ one among another, there can be no doubt of their common antipathy to anything like despotism. The rankest Tory living-we may say left in this island-would take the field to-morrow in the cause of constit
February 13, 1853 - The Era - London, London, England
 
GENERAL THEATRICAL FUND Association.

GENERAL THEATRICAL FUND Association.

| GjNE;R:AL Ti:EATRI:AL .Fi7D Associatio -I The annual meeting of the members of this association took place on Wednesday, by permission of Mr. Mattheiws, th lsse, i te alon of Ine Lyceum Theatre. Mr. Blckstene, the honorary treasurer, presided, and there was a fair averade atten
February 13, 1853 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AQUATICS.

AQUATICS.

HIGH WATER AT LONDONBRIDUGE. FEE. 13 morning 20 min. past 5 afternoon 36 min. past 5 14. ,, . 54 ?? t. 6 1.1., 6 IS .. ..27 . 6. 45 ?? 6 ?? ?? 7 2 ?? 17 . .. 7 .. .. ?? 67 . ?? 8 ?? . . . , 9 19... ?? 17 10 , 57 ?? 1 XATCESEB TO COME. MAR. 7.-Mark Cooke (of Oxford) and Henry Aul
February 13, 1853 - The Era - London, London, England
 
BURNING OF AN EMIGRANT SHIP.

BURNING OF AN EMIGRANT SHIP.

i3U1J. OIF AM :AnaI ByPeArrival of tb i Nei sn Uom- Hefore, i thy beakinwg out brogf othr fhree oflwspupdu ob~ut ?? the Sh.oldrge h emireat sh me oave upah. ithfaed f irew se redionte hng arate much wattenthio n at L boydfromkfst.He circ stance of its e ng reported that a smo the
January 23, 1853 - The Era - London, London, England
 
STREET MUSIC.—AN IMPORTANT Question.

STREET MUSIC.—AN IMPORTANT Question.

IPMUSI.- IPOLT I .11 ! Question. I AYES AND OTHERS V. TAYLOR.-This case was trid s Wednesday in the Clerkenwell County Court e plaintiff is leader of an itinerant band of breatbing bhpai, and the defendant is a grocer and tea-dealer ia Battle-bridge with a taste for music as well
January 23, 1853 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LONDON, BRIGHTON, AND SOUTHCoast Railway.

LONDON, BRIGHTON, AND SOUTHCoast Railway.

LONDON, BRICEIGTON, AND SOUTH- Coast Raiway. From a copy of a report of the directors, to be sub- mitted to the meeting of the proprietors on Friday next, the 28th inst., we gather that the accounts of the corn- pany for the half-year ending 31st December, 1852, show the followin
January 23, 1853 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FREEMASONRY.

FREEMASONRY.

Masonio Meetings for Next Week. sMonday, 3anuary 24.-Lodges Nos. 4, 27, 21S. Chapters Nos. 22 and 169. Tuesday.-Board of General Purposes at three. Lodges Nos. 14, 109, 165, 169, 219, 324. Chapter No. 21. Wednesday.-Lsdge of Benevolence at seven. Lodges Nos. 2 and 746. Chapter N
January 23, 1853 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE MARKETS.

THE MARKETS.

LONDON CORN EXCHANGE.-FaIDAY. The weather is showery to-day, and during last night we had torrents of rain. We hear that the same warm, wet weather prevails in France, and much alarm is felt about the wheat crop there, as it is far too rank. The arrivals this week are more liber
January 23, 1853 - The Era - London, London, England
 
EPSOM SPRING MEETING.

EPSOM SPRING MEETING.

EPSBO SPRING MZE TMNG. Stewards: The Marguis Of Exetoer, lRon. G eneral Anson, J. Al. Stan- ley, Req., A. He'atheete, Esq., and C. Ht. C'arom, Esq.- Clerk of the Course 6Mir. H. H. Ddrliaeg, JSudge Mr. J. F. Clarke. This Meeting, s o anxiously leaked forward to by the sporting el
April 10, 1853 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE, FRANCE. The Af0"iteer of Wednesday contains a decree gratirng a Medal in gold, of the second class, to Lieutenant Charles Pearsonf, llN., Commander of the Coast-guard at Langton tstatio, as a reward for hie ourageous behlaviour on the occasion ef the shipwre
April 10, 1853 - The Era - London, London, England