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-o HTE GREAT PICTURE of the BATTLE IL between SAYERS and HEENAN, now publehing, inclading eptde of 1100 Portraits from Photographe, taken eupreo5ly ?? the iurpos oompleted, and has been uboitted fln whicra epcted bn ,he publisher. As a pictorial record of an evet whaich boo ned c
February 17, 1861 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MATRIMONIAL RELIEF.

MATRIMONIAL RELIEF.

l COURT OF PROBATEi AWD DIVORCA. WED;nsSDAY, Fin UtA 13. GURNiftY V. GURNEY AND TAYLOR. In ibis case the petitioner, Mr. John Henry Gurney, M.P. for Kinrges Lyhu, Tdrfolk, Abd a ioinber of the firma of Gurney and Co, bunkers, of Ndrvich, prayed the Court for a disdplution of inr
February 17, 1861 - The Era - London, London, England
 
POPULAR ECONOMY.

POPULAR ECONOMY.

I There is an old Scotch proverb that "mlony a mickle makes a muckle." It is a'self-evident proposition, but one to which our northern brethren have excited aversion, by too deeply working it into the national character. With them prudent thrift has degenerated into needless par
February 17, 1861 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE CONVICT RIOT AT CHATHAM.

THE CONVICT RIOT AT CHATHAM.

I ..I ., One of the most formidable outbreaks, in the records of our prison system, has occurred, during the past week, it the Convict Jail at Chatham, and which, less from the vigilance and despatch of the authorities, than from the want of concert and a definite purpose among
February 17, 1861 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Monday Popular Concerts, St. James's Hall.

Monday Popular Concerts, St. James's Hall.

I londay Popular Concerts, et. James's Hall. That the Concert on Monday night last was one of the most interesting of the series may easily be inferred by glancing at the programme, which was entirely devoted to the works of Beethoven. We give it entire:- Grand Quartet in C Tnjor
February 17, 1861 - The Era - London, London, England
 
COURT AND FASHION.

COURT AND FASHION.

COURT AND FASHION' l SUNeDAY, FEB. 10.-The Queen and Prince Consort, the Princess Alice, Prince Arthur, Prince Leopold, the Princesses Helena and Louise, the ladies and gentlemen of the Court, and the domestic household, attended Divine service in the private chapel of Bucking- h
February 17, 1861 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PEDESTRIANISM.

PEDESTRIANISM.

PEDEST R IAN I SM. White Lion, Hackney Wick. 410 Ysnna' HANDIOLAp-As Pedestrian satches are not very numerous just now, the public have to be contented with handicaps, &c., given by the proprietors of grounds; baot they do not cause that amount of ecxcite. neent that a big race g
July 7, 1861 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMERICAN THEATRICALS.

AMERICAN THEATRICALS.

AMRIGAN TDHEA TRICALS, NEW YORK, MARCH 9. AT the Winter Garden, Miss Cushman's personation of Nancy Sykes drew crowded houses every night last week. The scene at London-bridge defies description. It realises all that can be felt of human woe. The climax of all acting was in the d
March 24, 1861 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TREEMASONRY.

TREEMASONRY.

I R E E MA SO OR R Y. I I Grand Lodge.` The following is the agenda of bulinese to be tranescted in Grand 1. ode O ?? onestortaey Government ot Grand Lodge during the time 2. The Minotee of the Quarterly Communleation. 5th December, 1n60, 3, ?? mution fer tbe ernouceof the Lodgee
March 3, 1861 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LITERATURE.

LITERATURE.

i I TER AATUR L, I TEE LaPE op A FOXR ZOUI)D. By JOHN KILS, Second FditiaD. Longman and Co., Paternoster-row. This is a book that never ought to grow stalo or lose its interest. It is thoroughly substantial-gqot vorba tot pondera-and has not the faintest trace of book-making thro
March 3, 1861 - The Era - London, London, England