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THE FATE OF PALMER.

THE FATE OF PALMER.

The annals of criminal jurisprudence in England con- tain no case more remarkable than that of WILLIAM PALMER, nor one which more distinctly exemplifies the admirable characteristics of the English judicial system. He has been found guilty, by a conscientious jury, like any ordi
June 1, 1856 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ALLEGED INFRINGEMENT of DRAMATIC Copyright.

ALLEGED INFRINGEMENT of DRAMATIC Copyright.

ALLEGED INFRINGFEMENT of DRAMATIO Copyright. coURT OF COMMON PLEAS, MAY 27, 28, and 29. 1{AL1'ORD V. ISAACS. This was an action brought against Miss Rebecca lsaacs, to recover damages for an infringement of the plaintiff's copyright in King Queer and his Daseqlers PThree. Little
June 1, 1856 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE AMERICAN STAGE.

THE AMERICAN STAGE.

BOSTON. (Extracted from Boston Saturday Evening Gazette, May 10th). NATIONAL THEiATvBa-The week has been devoted to benefits at this house. That of Mr. Pilgrim on Monday was such as to gladden his heart and swell his pockets. On Monday E. L. Davenport commences his first engagem
June 1, 1856 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Queen's Printers' Pair-Oared Race.

Queen's Printers' Pair-Oared Race.

I QQuGeens Printers' Pair-Oared Race. IThis anual affair, to celebrate the day on which her Majesty was born, although not the one on wshieh her birthday is held, came off on Saturday, and, owing to the fine weather, was attended by a very large concourse of spectators, a steamer
June 1, 1856 - The Era - London, London, England
 
HORRIBLE MURDER OF A WIFE AND Three Children.

HORRIBLE MURDER OF A WIFE AND Three Children.

HORRIBLE DMLURDEJR OF A WIFE AND I Three Children. I A large crowd assembled before the Marlborough-street Police- court on Monday morning, to await the appearance of a man accused of murdering his wife and three children on Saturday'night last, who had surrendered himself at the
February 10, 1856 - The Era - London, London, England
 
REPRESENTATION OF FROME.

REPRESENTATION OF FROME.

BE~- -I- - _ - o - Thbirsday* tb Ab ay.?id for the aoin atio idate' to represent this borough in Parliament. The three candidates were Mr. Donald Nicoll,,ex-She~iff of London, who contested the town unsuleceasfuilyv two years ago, and who entertains decidedly liberal opinion*; th
July 27, 1856 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

'ANSWERS TO CORRE3;SPON.DJNTS. O6Tms SoTORnrff C6seaSsPOnhmNT9 WILL, VIND THEiR QTiESTIOxaZ AwtsWBaED INo OUR SoTRTo9G SHEET. CiT .-PIZ 1 isse, Du eh ee of fitaea m.a7 ca the .iecondz aife kande *el ict of William; George, DlkeofNasseean faiherofthe rdignisg dbeO, and .e.o..ddaug
July 27, 1856 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AN UNFORTUNATE MARRIAGE. Adultery and Divorce.

AN UNFORTUNATE MARRIAGE. Adultery and Divorce.

AN UNFORTUIVATB MARRIAGE , Adultery and Divorce. HuaT v. HuNT.-This was a suit instituted in the Arches Court, ?? Wednesday, by Mr. William Yate Hunt, of Bell Bronghton, in the county of Worcester, against Mrs. Catherine Mary R1 unt, for a divorce, on the ground of adultery. On t
February 17, 1856 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

H ENRY HAINES and SON are instructed JIL by the Assignees of John Bake, a Bankrupt, with the coneurrence of the Mortgagees, to Sell by Auction, on Monday, Feb. 25, at Garrawal's at One precisely, THE BALMORAL CASTLE, MARKET-TERRACE, CALEDONIAN- ROAD. This commanding structure is
February 17, 1856 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THEATRES, &c.

THEATRES, &c.

THEATRESI &Ca 'THE WINTBW TALE." PnoaCEss's THEATHE.-Tlie ordinary reader, and even the attentive student, who knows Shakspere only in the closet, is unable to discern, milch less to appreciate, a thousandth part of the beauties with which the wondrous pages of the poet teem. Rea
May 4, 1856 - The Era - London, London, England