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NEWMARKET JULY MEETING.

NEWMARKET JULY MEETING.

NEWMARKETJUL.Y MEETING. I TUESDAY. She v eather f0~oabl5, rtd the course in exceellent order, but a thin attendance, anpdtte betting in keeping with the poverty-stricken cha- Tbe JiLY rSTAYES of 50 lous esh, 30 ft. for two year olds; colts, set 71b; filies, 5t5bi the second to sa
July 14, 1844 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SPORTING LITERATURE.

SPORTING LITERATURE.

TiE SPORTING MAGAZISE].-The nnmber for the present month has some interesting articles in it. The fullowaig anec- dote is a lively one of that "' genus"-now nearly extinct- The Sporting Parson:- A WILDGOOSB CHASE. On one day in particular it happened that the Duke of Grafton, Ma
July 14, 1844 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ELECTION MOVEMENTS.

ELECTION MOVEMENTS.

CAETISRBURY,-Meetings were held on Monday night at the Black Boy, in the Butter Market, and at the Butchers' Arms, near the High-street, by the friends to the Conservative cause, but nothing of any importance beyond the most hearty con- gratulations of Mr. Smythe's prospects occ
January 31, 1841 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE MARKETS.

THE MARKETS.

CORN-MARKET-JAN. 29. The supply of English WHEAT has been tolerably good during the weck, and althbough there is not any particular life in the trade this morning, no reduction in prices has occurred since Monday. The demnand for Foreign Wheat still continues limited, but holder
January 31, 1841 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ERA.

THE ERA.

THE ERDA. [COUNTRY ED1TxON.3 SUNDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1840. With sensations of the most profound pleasure have we experienced from the Livery of London the verifica- tion of our confidence of last week-" au pied de la lettre"-by converting, as we styled him, the then "virtually rejecte
October 4, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE LIVERPOOL JULY MEETING, BY "VATES."

THE LIVERPOOL JULY MEETING, BY "VATES."

THE LIVERIPO6L JULY MEETING, ABY "ATES." .. I_ 0 [Horses marked D are irl the Derby. 1847; 0 in-the Oaks, 1847; - in the St. Leger, 1840.] Stewards The Earl of Sefton- the Earl oftMarch, the Earl of Eglinton. Clerk of the Course, Mr. Etty. JudgQ: Mr.'Clark. Starter: Mr. Hibburd.
July 19, 1846 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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?, 7,x c i - . 1 : ., . 0 1. ; Edward Bluck will ?? challenge for l100'seivs'a-side, provisd'ed Zhe"#fill~W i AZP 'ii:the "4 odthan'4"li sapi e propdsed tbedot dithefisprepaiad; to play any othber' an in :ngland; event(batuing Joth' Mittheliliaod' the' abovetnamed. obhs Pittmiai
July 19, 1846 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE VETERINARY ERA.

THE VETERINARY ERA.

. - t L . . ?? ? ! . ,ErnrEDBY CiunON, ?? THE HORSE.' Central Asia is an indefinite term: it represents no precise' locality-nfl particular spot. -On that account the writer the more readily adopts it. 'It indicates a ?? in. a' certain region, and, withiout, ?? aasoblute opinion,
July 19, 1846 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ACCIDENTS AND OFENCES.

ACCIDENTS AND OFENCES.

ACCIDENTS AND OIFENCES. I FATAL COLUSION.-An inquest was held before Mr. Payne, in the board room of Guy's Hospital, respect- ing the death of George Andrews, aged forty years, a shipwright, who lost his life on' the river. Frederick Thomas, of 17, Lambeth-tsreet, Whitechapel, de
August 15, 1847 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE LATE FATAL GUN-COTTON EXPLOSION AT FAVERSHAM.

THE LATE FATAL GUN-COTTON EXPLOSION AT FAVERSHAM.

THE LATE FATAL GUN-COTTON EXPLO- SION AT FAVERSHAM.. The adjourned inquiry into this disastrous accident was' resumed at Faversham on Monday morning, before Mr. Hinde, Coroner for East Kent, and the jury impanelled on the 16tb ult. Robert Cbeesman being sworn, said-I reside in th
August 15, 1847 - The Era - London, London, England