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Advertisements & Notices

DB ERBY AND OAKS.-GRAY begs to inform bit I riends that he has aln excellent assortment of light COATS and CAPES onl view, constant competition and opposition induces him to offer them on terms he trusts sufficiently low to ensure a continuance of those favors he has experienced
May 21, 1843 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AQUATICS.

AQUATICS.

=A:: AQAIS Secretaries of the Yachting and Rowing Clubs in various parts of the United Kingdom are particnlarly reuesteid to favor us with the proceedings of their Clubs, ano the aays fixed for their Matches, as early as possible, that they may be inserted wsth the "Matches to co
June 25, 1843 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PIGEON SHOOTING, &c.

PIGEON SHOOTING, &c.

BarcxKNocK Aums RIFLE AND SHOtoTerG GaROUNDS-On Monday a number of matches came off at pigeons and sparrows, several of which excited considerable interest. Mr. Villiers challenged Mr. Orton (after shooting seversl sweepstakes together) to shoot a match with him for 5 svos, at I
June 25, 1843 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SPORTING LITERATURE

SPORTING LITERATURE

TEE LiFR or A Fox. By THOMAs SmfiTst, Esq. (Whit. taker and Co.)-Mr. Smith, now as well known in the field of literature as in that of the Chase, the author of " Extracts from the' Diary of a Huntsman," has in the agreeable volumebefore us added to his already high reputation. T
June 25, 1843 - The Era - London, London, England
 
RACES PAST

RACES PAST

I LEA-BRIDGE RACESW.WDNzsDAY. Thesesport were very riumerously atenjdedw'Ad- gave the greatest satisfaction to all present. The easy distance from town, the good view on a good site, and a, very.active and efficient pimangementleave no that these races will ensure a grooving pop
September 24, 1843 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CRICKET.

CRICKET.

GENTrLEMEN V. PL'AYERS.LlLLtVwns3'T g A match for the benefit of thlis veteran layer IsIt .morrow (Monday) ?? The 1 e- are to be selected from the followirg lists :_ 'd GENTLErxN-Ct3 (G. Taylor, B. Wapper., W. Napper. - Csrtoi D Mymn, W. Mynn. A. Smith, W. Botting, C. Grooe - i.
September 24, 1843 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PEDESTRIANISM.

PEDESTRIANISM.

| E PEDESTRIANISM flet,25-W ~MATCTHES. TO COM~E. tie'on Se-25-W;Jskeksor and T. Maxwell thle NoiSltitar), twice'round 25Dthe Sheffield Criclket-grotmndjor 25 sovs a-side. an'Cunn- h (the iabsh ladi of lc eg , Aiid John Tet- , of lollgwood, one mile round Leieesger.Otioket- ground
September 24, 1843 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE CHASE.

THE CHASE.

I!, .. I i -T E!CH EO ?? K - Tak AbuitdNS From thisb pih clnhi try Bnrdiathi -! Dent cfhJost. ?? -an RS4 eorimened eu-buhieg ost u~e~ ?? we Uengld to harrM ?? i~dtf; a r tillnt3tsr ...Pbadie'a lox-bounlds 0ommenced ?? this Week
September 24, 1843 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE RING.

THE RING.

! . . I ?? ?? -TH :ING.: ''aFTGOfTS TOseyt! * - Sept. W7-Tom Clarkso goiad Bill Little, l2sovs a-side- d Oct. 2-Jack, Bethell anidGoorge.Giles, 2Oasvs a-side .Birmig ,a &ahool. , ' 2-.Arnbleton and penman 5 soya a side WianX 'tO-l'red II aso(ai~ theflo d~ogand Har ry Ardbf 50 Mns
September 24, 1843 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SPORTING IN AMERICA.

SPORTING IN AMERICA.

?? we - ?? ? ? f;". , p #, 'A 1:".i'l % - ? , P.Id-A' , "' I ?? ?? _ " - ?? i- On Moday ast (7th 1t ! a great mu~ltituWefb4 'n'c qa numb'r asiseonibleil'on tbe.'lilagon: Coutrse, op~poqite tis city, to *it.: nesadso confist between'llimy S er'o~c ?? lonsland tritterand Oz"R IDC4
September 24, 1843 - The Era - London, London, England