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WEEKLY SUMMARY OF FOREIGN HISTORY.

WEEKLY SUMMARY OF FOREIGN HISTORY.

WEEKLY SUM MARY O FOREI N HISTORY. rw IriPARIS arrests still continue to take place as well as seizures of arms and ammunition, and a legitinmatist conspiracy has been discovered at Avignon, but it is yet uncertain wsho- ther the prisoners made in each place will be tried forthwi
June 2, 1839 - The Era - London, London, England
 
POLITICAL DILEMMAS.—No. 2.

POLITICAL DILEMMAS.—No. 2.

POLITICAL DILEMMAS.-No. ?? THE BEER BILL. Among those numerous dilemmas of the day which render the Government any thing but a bed of roses, is that which is presented by the effects of the Beer Bill. A stern necessity is felt that something must be done, and that that something
June 2, 1839 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LATEST FOREIGN AND COLONIAL NEWS.

LATEST FOREIGN AND COLONIAL NEWS.

LATEST FOREICN AND COLONIAL NEWS. BLOCKADE OF BUENOS Ayars.-In answer to an applica- tion from Liverpool with reference to the lately reported inten- tion of the French to raise the blockade of Buenos Avres, and to arrange their differences with that republic through the good off
June 2, 1839 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CRICKET.

CRICKET.

MATCHES TO COME. Monday, July 27, at Lord's-The Marylebone Club against the Up. down Club.-Players: Marsylebone-Lord C. Russell, lon. Colonel Lowther, 1-Ion. F. Ponsanby; T. A. Anson, T. Craven, W. Ford, C. J. Barnett, G. M. Kettle, Esqrs: Captain. Richarson; F. Thackeray, H. Wa
July 26, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AQUATICS.

AQUATICS.

ROYAL VICTOrTA YACHT CLUB CHALLENGE REGATTA. The Sons of the Thames had a merry day on Thursday, and the 23rd of July Will henceforthbe a date jixed " hard and fast" in the memnory ofyachtsmers. Porisap)sno other day of the monith coublhave been chosen by the spirited " Victoria
July 26, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE NEW BEER BILL.

THE NEW BEER BILL.

TO THE EDITOR OF TEE ERA. SIR,-Since my communication to you, last week, on the subject of the new beer bill, certain illiberal and unjustifiable remarks have come to my knowledge (through a source which cannot be doubted), madeby a gentleman orgentlemen opposed to Lord Brougham
March 31, 1839 - The Era - London, London, England
 
EXTENSIVE ROBBERY OF GOLD DUST.

EXTENSIVE ROBBERY OF GOLD DUST.

-r- On Monday afternoon two boxes of gold dust, valued at 4,600, consigned to the Brazilian Mining Company in Lon- don, were obtained from the wharfingers at the Dublin Steam Wharf, St. Katharine's, by means of a forged order, under the ?? extraordinary ?? two boxes containing t
March 31, 1839 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN AFFAIRS.

FOREIGN AFFAIRS.

FAi OCE.-Tihe Paris journals of the past week contain no poitical importance. The French Government appear theaiosto prove the sincerity o t aii rfstiS to be amioiU Iopoh h ~n~ely Charnnel and the Atlantic .along the whole Of the coast Of the CanladteAlni tie preparations of def
December 5, 1841 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE MASONS' STRIKE.

THE MASONS' STRIKE.

, i. We last week inserted a letter from Thomas Hici.ey, alleg- ing as facts, certain atrocities committed against him by Ml. Allen, the foreman to Messrs. Grissell and Peto, which, if proved to be such, would, as we remarked, have " stamped him as one of the greatest ruffians i
December 5, 1841 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CONTEST BETWEEN M'STRAVICK AND MONTGOMERY FOR TWENTY-FIVE POUNDS A-SIDE.

CONTEST BETWEEN M'STRAVICK AND MONTGOMERY FOR TWENTY-FIVE POUNDS A-SIDE.

CONTEST BETWEEN M'STRAVICK AND MONT- GOMERY FOR TWENTY-FIVE POUNDS A-SIDE. We have often undergone a many ups and downs in catering for our readers, and most assuredly Tuesday last was not with- out its toils, fatigues, and unpleasantness. Imagine, good reader, rising from your d
December 5, 1841 - The Era - London, London, England