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OUR FOREIGN POLICY.

OUR FOREIGN POLICY.

AUSTRIAN POLICY AND BRITISH INTERESTS. We, last week, stated the advantages which we thought might be derived from our insertion of those articles communicated to us, under the head of ?? MIet. ternichean Revelations." The chief and most instructive lesson that they ne- cessaril
June 30, 1839 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MANNERS AND AMUSEMENTS.

MANNERS AND AMUSEMENTS.

MANNERS AND AMUSENRENTs. COURT AND FASHION. The Cour1t is still at Windsor. Her Majesty enjoys excel- lent health, and continues, with her suite and roval visitors to take her accustomed equestrian exercises. On Mrnda helr lajesety held a Privy Council, which was attended by the
October 27, 1839 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE MARKETS.

THE MARKETS.

CORN MARKET-OCT. 25. There has been a moderate supply of English WI heat during the wreek, though t very lair arrival of foreigD, and an advance in the duty upon Foreign took place yesterday of 6s, making it now 16s 8d. This has caused rather more 6irinness {n the trade; and fin
October 27, 1839 - The Era - London, London, England
 
JOE MUGGING'S DOG TO THE ERA.

JOE MUGGING'S DOG TO THE ERA.

JOE MUGGIiS'S DOG TO THE ERA. I Dear Guvnor,-I nose you xpects a full and suck- sink account from me of my idees on the Doncastir Meeting, so on we goes agin. Muster M. and I toddled down with the swells in the mail-train on Monday night, and afore our fust sleep was over found o
September 17, 1848 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AQUATICS.

AQUATICS.

HIGH WAL'MV t Ai LUNUON-5$IDGH. SEPT. 17 muurnhig 32 otin. past 4 afternoon 51 mil past 4 .. 5 ?? 38 ?? 5 19 6 .2 ?? 26 .. 20 ?? 53 ?? 6 ?? 25 ?? 7 *21 ?? .I ?? ...8 ?? ..42 ?? ...8 21 ?? ..26 ?? ...9 ?? ..8 ?? ?? 0 23 ?? 1 . 1t0 ?? ?? 11 REGATTAS, &c., TO COME. SEPT, 18.-John D
September 17, 1848 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ESSEX MURDERS.

THE ESSEX MURDERS.

I In another column are further particulars of the secret system of poisoning, which has lately made Essex notorious, and disgraced Great Britain. The horrible facts which have come to light show to what extent wickedness can be practised by members of a civilized community, and
September 17, 1848 - The Era - London, London, England
 
INTERESTING DISCOVERY AND RELEASE OF AN ENGLISHMAN AFTER SEVENTEEN YEARS' SLAVERY AMONGST SAVAGES.

INTERESTING DISCOVERY AND RELEASE OF AN ENGLISHMAN AFTER SEVENTEEN YEARS' SLAVERY AMONGST SAVAGES.

INTERESTING DISCOVERY AND RELEASE OF AN . ENGLISHMAN AFTER SEVENTEEN YEARS' SLA- - VERY AMONGST SAVAGES. The Essington schooner, Captain Watson, which anived on Thursday, brings with her a young man, named Joseph Forbes, picked up at the island of Timour Laut, in Torrei'; Straits
May 10, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

8, New Burlington-street, Oct. 23d. MR. BENTLEY HAS JUST PUBLISHED THE JSL FOLLOWING NEW WO.RKS THE DEERSLAYER. ARoVANCE. By J. FEtNIsMOaR CooPeR, Bsq., Author of `The Prairie," "The Pathfinder," &e. Second Edition. 3 vola. IL. T H. E d I R Z A. By JAM1ES MonsaE,,Esq., Authorof "
October 24, 1841 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN AFFAIRS.

FOREIGN AFFAIRS.

FRAscr.-The Conslituv.;ionrel declares that Lord Aberdeen has an sous ced his inten tion of no longer disputiini the right of France to Algiers, as also, his purpose of not interaering in the differences between Tunis and the Porte.-The King of the French vas presiding at a Cabi
October 24, 1841 - The Era - London, London, England
 
RAILWAY CHRONICLE.

RAILWAY CHRONICLE.

BHANDLING JUNCTION RAILWAY.-TIe works of the Brandling Junction Railway are so far advanced, that the Directors are enabled to fix the opening of the line from Redheugh through Gateshead for the 15th of October, when passengers and merchandise may be con- veyed from the Newcastl
September 30, 1838 - The Era - London, London, England