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SAYINGS OF LORDS AND COMMONS.

SAYINGS OF LORDS AND COMMONS.

The ordinary reader of the Parliamentary proceedings of the past week, as they have appeared In the morning papers, has no idea of the ruse of legislation-there has been during the last few days. It is only those who may be said to be within the arena of Parlia- ment who can dul
July 26, 1863 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LORD CARDIGAN and his TRADUCER.

LORD CARDIGAN and his TRADUCER.

The inquiry which has taken place this week in the Queen's Bench, before the LORD CHrIE Jusvici and his coadjutors, Mr. Justice WiGnTISTAx and Mv. Justice BLACKBURN, in the case of the Earl of CABDIGAN and the Flon. Colonel CALTHORP11, is one of the most remarkable, both in a mi
June 14, 1863 - The Era - London, London, England
 
RAGING IN IRELAND.

RAGING IN IRELAND.

I - >w CUIRAGH OCTOBEIR MllEE3TING. Tuesday, October V2. steward, W. Quin, Esq.; Captain D. ?? Beresford,and the Hon Colonel Westenro. Reager: Robert Browne. Esq. Deputy Banger srd Keeper of the Match-book : J. B. louuter, Eeq. Starter: Mr M. Clanoy, VS. The last Meeting of the
October 27, 1861 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Madame Lind-Goldsmith at Exeter Hall.

Madame Lind-Goldsmith at Exeter Hall.

Madame Lind-Goldschmidt at Exeter Hall. So accustomed were the English-essentially creatures of habit-to expect and welcome favoured children of song from ?? Italy, that when, some sixteen years ago, it was announced that a native of the glacial north was about to appear on a Lon
October 27, 1861 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE AMERICAN WAR.

THE AMERICAN WAR.

SE I NEW YORK, OCToBER ?? Chauncey has arrived at Washington rena Hattaras Inlet- He reports that on Monday last, the 7th instant, a Confederate expedition, consisting of six steamers and 30,00 men endeavoured to re-capture the forts, but witbout snccess. Three of the attacking s
October 27, 1861 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FOR LICENSED VICTUALLERS.

FOR LICENSED VICTUALLERS.

s,* This page will mostly be fotund intenestig to Jce~ensed Victuallers, -and tke opeationas of the UJIITED TOWNS' ASBOCIATIONT AND LICENSED VIC- TUALLERs' DEFENcz LEAGUE are published wander sheir own sverintenienie. IJICEiNSED VICTUALLING TOPICS. There has been a good deal of
October 27, 1861 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SHAKSPERE'S RESIDENCE.

SHAKSPERE'S RESIDENCE.

SaARSPERRJ'S RESIDENCE. The Vandals ]Defeated.-The Home of the Poet Saved. (?Rom ouw ownOW corURasPONner.) STRATORD.IuPON-ArVOs, FRIDAY 2XyGn, OCTODuso 25- This will be a glorious day in Shaksperzsn annals, for "NNew Place' has been saved from the auctioneer's tramnier, and the l
October 27, 1861 - The Era - London, London, England
 
BETTING.

BETTING.

Tattersalre', Monday. The Corner Preaented a most animated and bustling appearance from an early boar in the afternoon, but the settling of the previous week's accounts absorbed thb most attention. Several abeentees were reveried. the result of the Cae-arewiltch being fearfuily
October 27, 1861 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CHESS.

CHESS.

C HEs EDITED BY "HERR LOEWENTItAL,2' To CorreBpondenta. e, AlloommaOlcatloHe to baediecatedto Era Oftce3 Cqlaerine~strc Strand. London, C,3C*Io~ecre PAWN," C. T. S., A. K., W. W., and H. C.-Your version of Problem v 552 seems correet. The author shall be commniocated with SoLuvei
April 9, 1865 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

T HEATRE ROYAL, DRURY-LANE.- Managers, Messrs E. FZLootwrm and P. B. COATTNUTON. In coneaqusnee of the Immense preparations Rnecesary for tbe produn. tion of ailton Mask of ' Cormoa" this Theetre will be closed during Paesion Week. On Easter Monday, April 17th. 1865, and during t
April 9, 1865 - The Era - London, London, England