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UNLICENSED THEATRICALS.

UNLICENSED THEATRICALS.

i I 12 A -- A . - m lvL. Isenoit Tournaire, the equestrian, formerly of Astley's Theatre, and towprritrfth Rya Frell~~h Cicu ?? O. proprietor of the 11Royal French Circus and ritannia Saloon, Rateliff-highway, appeared on Tue idy at the Thameslice -offie before Mr. Yardley to an
January 13, 1850 - The Era - London, London, England
 
YESTERDAY'S LAW AND POLICE.

YESTERDAY'S LAW AND POLICE.

V2STE1ADt'o LAW ANtD POLICE. I' . t._ _- MARYLEBONE 'COUNTY COURT.- PANTALOON IN, A tFtx.-LANGLAIS v. ?? defendant, the well-known pantomimist, the oldest and dne of the best pnntaloons on the London stage, Was brought. up blefore A. AmoS, Eaq , tthe Slarytehore County Court, onl
January 13, 1850 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE LATE ARCTIC EXPEDITION.

THE LATE ARCTIC EXPEDITION.

I THEl LATE;n AOTMI EXPEDITIOH. Court-Martial on Captain M'Clare for the abandonment of her Majesty's Ship Inves- tigator. On Tuesday morniop a general court-martial assembled on board the Waterloo, ftag-shlp, Admiral the Ron. W. Gordon, at Sheetness, to try Centain N'dCure, late
October 22, 1854 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

ARSAPARILLA t s asrted by many I eminent medical men that there isn odetein the Matcrial MdIrcla compairable to Sarsaparilta for recruiting the ebilittd constitutioti, restoring t le tone of tile stomach, at ~ ~ ~ ~ sse, n yit, continued Impro'ingtlie genecral state of the sys to
June 23, 1850 - The Era - London, London, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPKRIAL PARI-IAMENT, HOUSE OF LORDS.-MONDAT. Lord CAmPWBEiLL officiated as Speaker. The gallery allotted to peeresses and their daughters-was occupied at fives 'clock by about fifty ladies, among whom the Chevalier Bunsen, the Prussian Ambaseaqer, was dis- covered to be sitting
June 23, 1850 - The Era - London, London, England
 
NEWCASTLE NOTIONS.

NEWCASTLE NOTIONS.

The famcd Annual Gathering in the region of " ?? diamonds " commitences on Monday, and though few pro- hablv of our Sporting readers ever ventured so far North in search of sport, save the regular professional, all doubt- less harve heard that there is such a place as Newcastle,
June 23, 1850 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PEDESTRIANISM.

PEDESTRIANISM.

PEDESTRIANISM as MATCHES TO COME. 24.-. Branand..Kee JUNNE. 24.-J. Doran and J. Kee I (both of BermondseY)tO run Six miles, e3 a side. 24.-T. Clegg 'of Heonley) and J Mellor (Of Gawber slalla, 200 , yards, 23 a side Bellevue t f Sheffield) one mile, 24-J. Rastrick and B. Tionperl
June 23, 1850 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

' LF;G] GIFTS, 1S52. ritrt ?? of our subscribers who pay in E~r h:ii lr to poss tilet adivantage of a ticket for 51e ts~t f55dlrs;ttld tllslt it is necessary for us to i: . ji, 0d L St Lger of one year in one year's *ell )5KK ei;() ptc~nit ~ tbe ?? of receipts ell- crlti~] ?? t C
July 25, 1852 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE RING.

THE RING.

| F1T$,ITTS TO CONR.E. Ju.NO 25.-John Lane and Tom Davies, z50 a side,Birmingham. JULY 2.-lliggtflS and Taylor, e5 a side, Birminhghb-ml. 16.-Joses and Martin, e30 aside, London. 16.-Willmore and Busby, e15 a side, London. ?? and Griffiths, io0 a side, London. 17.-Cain and Dicke
June 23, 1850 - The Era - London, London, England
 
BETTING HOUSES.

BETTING HOUSES.

ZTTXING HOUSES. Every disclosure which we make in reference to the rsslity of Betting House Keepers, elicits a score of reuplauints from subscribers, illustrating the truth of our remarks in their own individual cases. A letter from a ulr. morgan is particularly communicative on
April 25, 1852 - The Era - London, London, England