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WEDNESDAY EVENING CONCERTS.

WEDNESDAY EVENING CONCERTS.

WEDNESDAY EVENINGw CONCERiTS. The programme of the last Wednesday Evening Concert was a very agreeable svelanqe of classical and popular pieces. The latter preponderated, but not to the asthetic discredit 'of the general undertaking, which, we may here observe, has been conducted
January 15, 1854 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THEATRICALS IN AMERICA.

THEATRICALS IN AMERICA.

I (FRoM O0R OWiN COBRESPONDRNT.) NEW YORK, DBc. 2E.-I have but little to send you by this mail. We had a very merry Christmas; plenty of parties giving concerts and balls, but not muds play-going; still, more than the average amount, although atmospheric influences are not highl
January 15, 1854 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE MARKETS.

THE MARKETS.

THE MEARKETS. CORN EXCHANGE.-FPrDrr. To-day's market was very scantily supplied with English wheat coastwise and by land carriage. The show of samples was, conse- quently, barely equal to the wants of the dealers. However, the demand was by no means brisk; yet, in some instances,
January 15, 1854 - The Era - London, London, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

HOUSE OF LORDS.-KandEy, The Duke of MARLsBnOUoG moved that the order for going tuto Com- mittee on the Education Bill be discharged, on the ground that the state of public affairs and the business before Parliament compelled the Govern- ment reluctantly to abandon the measure fo
May 24, 1868 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CITY and MONETARY INTELIGENCE.

CITY and MONETARY INTELIGENCE.

CITY and MONETAR3Y INTELIGOENE. FRIDAY EVENING. The English Market is somewhat firmer, owing to the beautiful weather, the decline In the price of corn, ard the large amounts of bullion and specie daily arriving from Australia and America. Con- sols close at 944 i Money, and 931
May 24, 1868 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

A FORTUNE .FOR NOTHiFN THE ERA GRAND DERBY & ST. LEGER GIFTS. Upon the Payment of 1 6s., the BEST FAMILY & SPORTING JOURNAL WILL BB SENT To TOU .OR FIFTY-TWO WEEKS. AND A REGISTERED RECEIPT PRESENTED GRATIS ZN THE ERA GIFTS OF 4500O Every party, WHETHER A PRESENT READER OF "THE E
November 23, 1851 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AQUATICS.

AQUATICS.

AQUUATICS. ROYAL LONDON YACHT CLUB. This Club held their usual monthly meeting onw Mon- day last at the Club House, Richardsoik's Hotel, which vras very numerously attended, and the members, after partaking of a dinner furnished by the host, Mr. Clunn, in his usual liberal style,
November 23, 1851 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FALSE WITNESSES.

FALSE WITNESSES.

The New Law of Examining, Defendants and ?Plaintiffs. Our readers may recollect what we said the other day in reference to a new Act of Parliament, which makes plaintiff and defendant liable to be put into the witness box in our principal Courts of Law, precisely as in cases bro
November 23, 1851 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LORD PALMERSTON and the KOSSUTH Demonstrations.

LORD PALMERSTON and the KOSSUTH Demonstrations.

LORD PAL1MERSTON and the KOSSUTHI Demonstrations. ; On Tuesday evening a most important event, eluci- dating as it does the~opinions of the Foreign Minister in reference to tbe-recent publie demonstrations in favour of Kossuth and the oause:';of-HungAry, took place on tbe occasio
November 23, 1851 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

K A T E S A N T LE Y. SII Address, Royalty Theatre. jlsS SOPHIE LARKIN, An English Violet" Company. ?? ' tions, 21>, Kinz-street West, Hammersmith, W. MIS CLARA COWPER - w. CALVERT), PARTHENIA, Pauline, Lady O.EiSA HOUIE, CORK. A GN E S H E W I T T 1 DDi, igaged fir London only.
December 30, 1899 - The Era - London, London, England