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CHIT-CHAT.

CHIT-CHAT.

CHiT-CHAT. A CORRECT Aliwrn.-" Madamn, do you tbillnk flock coats are becoming garmented" " No, sir, they are garments already" HALLUCINATION OF BEN JONsON.-Ben Jonson wonid keep awake an entire night guzhig at armies of Turks and Tartars, Carthaginians and Roumans, contending ar
October 20, 1839 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE BRITISH CONSTITUTION.

THE BRITISH CONSTITUTION.

T-HE BRITISH CONSTITUTION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ERA. Six,-It is rather unreasonable to expect from any newspaper professing to advocate a decided line of politics, that it should, in any instance, adopt principles opposed to its own. Though " THnt ERA" calls itself a Liberal pape
September 30, 1838 - The Era - London, London, England
 
REPORT OF A COMMISSION TO INQUIRE INTO THE OVERLOADING OF RIVER STEAM-BOATS.

REPORT OF A COMMISSION TO INQUIRE INTO THE OVERLOADING OF RIVER STEAM-BOATS.

Judging from the following extracts, which are taken from the evidence laid before the Committee, the nature and extent of the evil that is sought to be remedied must be frightful indeed. Thomas Tarless-Is captain of the Daffydowndilly steam- ?? been in the naval profession two.
June 16, 1844 - The Era - London, London, England
 
BAPTISTE'S MISCELLANEA.

BAPTISTE'S MISCELLANEA.

TO THE EDITOR OF TEE ERA. DEA.R Sis, -I by no means wish to set on foot another flioes controversy, but I must beg to advert again to the question of Merope, which I shall still be inclined to pronounce as a tri- syllabic word, although I willingly admit the French usage to the
June 16, 1844 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LAW AND JUSTICE.

LAW AND JUSTICE.

LArif AND JUSTICE. a H-lOUSE OF LORDS. I)J:. TIP'l t.IIzrnw IIVIEBTi.G -. a VADIUt..-The igriiniilis iii ti.2 case w ere terminated this mnoring, and the lotd Clhancelltor tfl2e put the qoestioti to tile judges vwhichi bad beent put ont a f bllrmer OiCcaSiOnI, and si iich statild
July 7, 1839 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TO THE LICENSED VICTUALLERS OF ENGLAND.

TO THE LICENSED VICTUALLERS OF ENGLAND.

I BRoTornt VICTUALLERSz,-In my last letter to the trade, I expressed my opinion as to the heavy responsibilities which rested upon the united deputies; and if, upon that occasion, I had reason so to do, I have certainly great reason again to im- press upon them the importance of
March 31, 1839 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LONDON GAZETTES.

LONDON GAZETTES.

- .a INSOLVENTS. TusDAY, MARen 26, Martha Davies and Mary Jones, Taunton, Somersetshire, grocers, Isidore Hailbronn, Painswick, Gloucestershire, wool-broker. Moses Jackson, Liverpool, victualler. Thomas Paten. Worthim, Ind 'n h k Theodore Augustus Dulcken, Wig-more-street, Caven
March 31, 1839 - The Era - London, London, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

HOUSE OF LORDS--MON)DAY. UNITED STATES. The Earl ?? drew attention to the recent intelligence from America. and wvas desirous to ascertais from the noble viscount (Melbourne) whether he had received any official communieationt as to the authenticity of the published Report Of th
March 14, 1841 - The Era - London, London, England
 
COURT AND FASHION.

COURT AND FASHION.

COURT AND FASHION, HER 'MAJESTY's LEVEE.-The Queen held a levve, the first this season, at two ''clock on Wednesday afternoon, at St. James's Palace. Her Majesty and his Roysl Highness Prince Albert arrived from Buckingham Palace, escorted by a party of Life Guards. The Royal sui
March 28, 1841 - The Era - London, London, England
 
METTERNICHEAN REVELATIONS.—No. II.

METTERNICHEAN REVELATIONS.—No. II.

METTERNICHEAN REVELATIONS.-No. II.* rIPSEING OF ALL LIBERAL CONSTITUTIONS AND REFORM MEASURES BY AUSTRIAN PO- LICY-ITS HOLD UPON THE PRESENT QUEEN. A.lthjough the germs of the present era of human history; Trere laid during the American war of independence and tli ?? Revolution,
June 9, 1839 - The Era - London, London, England