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CHESS.

CHESS.

CH ES S. To Corresiolmdents. All onoioilnicatiolos to be directed to Tilt ELA, 3, Catherine-street, Wl, 31.-Corpetitors for thie 1roblemi 'rotIloloy Prizes at the Inter. natisatl Chess Congress mioS disiojos adl ?? as to their liability to pay citralice fees, or to become ?? to t
May 26, 1867 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Mr. J. Clarke in Belfast.

Mr. J. Clarke in Belfast.

Mr. J. Claxke in Belfast. The Pelftas'l News Letter, Novenmber5th, remarks:-" In Ours Mr. Clarke ,vas a ?? alln faithfil, if in unromantic, lover; and if any over- impressionable yoe .ig lady became enalmoured of the actor while lie wnas vearhig that chaln eter, she could not do
November 10, 1867 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SPORTING ACTION.—DONALD v. SAXON.

SPORTING ACTION.—DONALD v. SAXON.

SPORTING ACTION.-DOALED v. SAXON. _ ?? - In the Court of Queen's Bench, on tie 17th inst., before Mr. Justice Shoe and a Coinmois Jury, an action was brought by Mr. Donald, of the St. Jaimes's Hall, against Mr. Joseph Saxon, the well-known owner of racehorses. Mr. Sergeant Parry
January 27, 1867 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

OyAL GENERAL 'HEATRICAL FUND.- Rt '1ro Directors regret to inform the Patrons, ?? of this Inoti- tullet hatl, olving to UN:FOIESEEN CIRCUMSTANCES, they are colipelled to Postpolpe their Annual Beseoit to a future day, of which doe notice will be g iven. By order, Feb. 9th, 196 7
February 10, 1867 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Rome, Past and Present.

Rome, Past and Present.

The Englisli were once scornfully described as "a nation of shopkeepers," and it may be that some illustrious foreigners still sneer at our devotion to commerce, and our ardent pursuit of any scheme likely to bring grist to the national or individual mill. If we are a nation of
February 10, 1867 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LONG SHOTS FOR 1867.

LONG SHOTS FOR 1867.

By " TOUCHSTONE." The Oaks. Tlre "hladies' race," S it is termed, from the vast number of the fair sex it attracts on the last day of thle EpsoIn Summer Meeting, boo thlis year 2l2 nomilnatiolls, and tils numnber has never been appro~lied before, tile nearest to it being ill 186
January 20, 1867 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Sale of Public-house Property.

Sale of Public-house Property.

COUPT OF EXCHEQUER, S1NUARYI.I 14. DrUNWO V v. DoIID.-The plailitiff was a publicasn and thle defendanlt wlas an auctioineer aiid public-house brokler, crrilig. so business near i'isbary-square. In July last the phlilitif saw ?? advertiseinent in the Mor ning Advertiser, offerin
January 20, 1867 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MUSICAL COPYRIGHT.

MUSICAL COPYRIGHT.

CoUirr OF QUEEN'S lIENCli.-Tu;Se)>AY. (Sittings in Bieeco before the Lord Chief Justice and Justices Blackburn, Mellor, and Lush.) VALL-nsTrsim v. ?? was an action brought by The plaintiff, a musical composer and director, against Miss Her- bert, Lessee of the St. James's Theatr
January 20, 1867 - The Era - London, London, England
 
OPENING OF PARLIAMENT.

OPENING OF PARLIAMENT.

of NIPG OF PARLIAMENT, HOUSE OF LORDS.-Tdesday, Nov. 19. Thle opening of Parliament by commission is a proceeding not calculated to impress by grandeur of ceremonial, or even ordinary livelisess. As usual, a fair sprinkling of ladies' dresses gave some animntion to the Opposition
November 24, 1867 - The Era - London, London, England
 
BATH AND SOMERSET COUNTY MEETING.

BATH AND SOMERSET COUNTY MEETING.

BATH AND OESETCON IBATE ANWD SOE~SCOUNTY gErew>@ I Stewards:- Duke of Beaufort, Marquis of Hastings, and IV. G; Craven, Esq. Clerk of the Scales: Mr. Al2 in1' reay Mr. Reynolds, Bath. Judge : Mr. Clark. Strtr:g. St'erget Tuesday, Xat 14Stre:Ar.MGsY This Meeting, which is generall
May 19, 1867 - The Era - London, London, England