LORD FRANKFORT IN THR HOUSE OF CORRECTION.-Bince the committal of Lord Frankfort to the House of Correction, Coldbath• fields, in pursuance of the sentence of the Court of Queen's Bench, he has conformed himself very willingly to the rules of the prison, and appears quite reconc
IT would be strange, in placing before the sporting public a Journal, the object of which will be to promote and cultivate the amusements and recreations of "The Field," if one portion of its columns were not devoted to " Cricket"—a game which since 1844 has become so much exten
con Arlthse- tie, " Mensuration," "'And Surveying," " Gauging," " English Parsing," Me. ; and J. C. NESBIT, F.(3. 8 ., F.C.B, Consulting and Analytical Chemist, Corresponding Member of the Central and National Agricultural Satiety of France, Mc. Chemistry Geology, and Agricultur
At the Princess's the well-known fairy tale "Cherry and Fair Star," has been worked into a pantomime. The hero, with the assistance of Innocence and Truth, goes through a variety of adventures, giving good scope for the introduction of striking scenic and mechanical effects, in
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