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SYNOPSIS.

SYNOPSIS.

SYNO0PSIS. I THE British Museum closed on Monday afternoon for the purpose of cleansing &c., and will be reopened to the public on Wednesday, the 9th inst. The total number of visitors to the Museum, from Wednesday week until Monday inclusive, was 41,947. LONGEVITY AT THE ISLE OF
January 6, 1850 - The Era - London, London, England
 
QUEEN'S THEATRE, MANCHESTER.

QUEEN'S THEATRE, MANCHESTER.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE ERA. Sir,-I take the liberty of addressing you relative to an accusation in your paper of last Sunday, wherein I am stated as wishing to blacken the character of another man, or the purpose of polishin t my own. I feel somewhat chagrined that such an article
January 6, 1850 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE GREAT EXHIBITION OF 1851.

THE GREAT EXHIBITION OF 1851.

1 (From last Friday night's Gazette.) - WHITEHALL, JAN. 3. The Qaeen has been pleased to issue the following Commission for the Promotion of the Exhibition of the Works of Industry of all Nations, to be holden in the year 1B51, videlicet:-. VItCosLA, R. Victoria, by the Grace of
January 6, 1850 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CURIOUS HISTORY OF NINE CITY TAILORS.

CURIOUS HISTORY OF NINE CITY TAILORS.

SANITARY REFoam NEEDED. Three tailors, named Patrick Reenhan, Patrick Lemon, and James Crimmnen, inhabitants of one of the tenements in Gun-square, near Sevenstep.alley, Bishops-ate, a locality frequently denounced by the City of London officer of health daring the late cholera
January 6, 1850 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CURIOUS CASE.

CURIOUS CASE.

GERRARD OR KAY V. WILSON.-This was an action of damages in the Jury Court, Edinburgh, for seduction, in which Mrs. Mary Anin Gerrard orKay, and Joseph Kay, her husband, residing in Edinburgh, were pursuers, and the trustees of the late Win. Ralph Wilson, some time residing in Ed
January 6, 1850 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

HER MAJESTY, ETC. WINDSOR, FRIDAY..-.The Queen and Prince Albert took their usual early morning walk. The Royal Family took walking and. pony exercise in the grounds adjacent to the Castle. His Royal Highness Prince Albert went out shooting this morning, accompanied by the Duke
January 6, 1850 - The Era - London, London, England
 
INTELLIGENCE EXTRA.

INTELLIGENCE EXTRA.

EPSOm SPRING MEETING. Nominations orthe M2rTROPLsTArsRNDCP Retail, 4 yrs Peejp-u-dayBuyg5r Fernhill, 5 yia Cnterley, 4 yrs Seaman, 3 yrS Bacchanalian 5 yrs Mounseeri 4 yrs f Dough, o5 yes f ackbiter,J5 yri Etlerslie, 5 yin Vampyre,6 yes Champion, 4 y|s Vetux, 4 yra I Quirer, 4 y
January 6, 1850 - The Era - London, London, England
 
NEWSPAPER CRITICISM.

NEWSPAPER CRITICISM.

We took upon ourselves, not long ago, to describe the newspaper criticism of the day in no very flat- tering terms, and to say that it materially helped to bring the stage to its present state-by no means a satisfactory one; for the success of a theatre now-a- days (an exception
January 6, 1850 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MONEY MARKET.

MONEY MARKET.

FRIDAY EVENING. By the arrival of the Express in anticipation of the Overland Mail, we are in possession of dates to the 23d of November from Calcutta, and to the 3d of December from Bombay. There is not much commercial intelligence of importance contained in the advices receive
January 6, 1850 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LONDON WEDNESDAY CONCERTS.

LONDON WEDNESDAY CONCERTS.

LONDON'WEDNESjDAy CONCERTS. I 'le programme for last Wednesday evening was more than usually attractive, as, in addition to the names of Tbalberg and Ernst as instrumeutal solOists, it embraced that of Sims Reeves, tie English tenor, par excellence of the present day, who was on
January 6, 1850 - The Era - London, London, England