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ACCIDENTS AND OFFENCES.

ACCIDENTS AND OFFENCES.

I : ~ ~ ~ ~ ?? dw STRANGE SUtICIM C-On Monday night an inquest wae held by Mr. Bedford, at the Unicorn, Henrietta-street Covent-garden, on the body of William Austin, aged fifty-seven. The deceased had for many years been in the service of Messrs. 1amberger and Rogers, the gold
December 23, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A WORD IN SEASON, AND A NEW PLEA FOR THE POOR.

A WORD IN SEASON, AND A NEW PLEA FOR THE POOR.

TH E E A. COUNTRY EDITION. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1849. A WORD IN SEASON, . AND A NEW PLEA FOR THE POOR. c" Comnpassion and benevolent exertion are due towards alleviating the distresses of others. This eaercise of them, in meany instanzees, calls for a decided sacrifice of persona
December 23, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE RING.

THE RING.

THE RING, FIGHTS TO COME. Dge. 24.-Young Noon and Gray, 30 sovs to 20, London. 24.-Fletsher and Randy, S sovs a side, Birmingham JAN. 8.-StevenIS and Hayden, 15 soya a side, BIrMinh . 29.-Jloe Norley and klorridge, 25 sovs a side, Manchester. 29.-Holles and Jermny Herbert, 25 sov
December 23, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

MESSRS. WILLIAM TEGG A'D CO., ..LVA. having rettemovddressed to more, ?? and e i 8r5mises, No rs T Qsevndo fromi Cheap- 95hEirare NDER vaie StorkI of JUEleve HOOKis, for GwhNh tidse) H eose h ebe alng celeaed, Ra eas of thci1 sandard and useful publict by G'w A cautlgue forward e
December 23, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE FAILURE OF FREE TRADE, AND PROTECTION AT A PREMIUM.

THE FAILURE OF FREE TRADE, AND PROTECTION AT A PREMIUM.

THE FAILURE OF FREE TRADE AND PROTECTION AT A PREMIUM.I We have always said that a day of triumph will come for those who advocate the protection of British Industry; but we did not think tiha period was so near. Knowing what our colluty men are capable of contending with-knowing
December 23, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MUSIC AND DANCING ESTABLISHMENTS.

MUSIC AND DANCING ESTABLISHMENTS.

MUSIC AND DANCING FSTA3Ll z In the course of Wednesday the G-., , Tt, Middlesex Sessions came into court ?? at ti bills which they had found; when rteset t oP es t The Learned Judge said that he would take that tunity of addressing them upon a subject of ve ?? public importance,
December 23, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FUN FOR CHRISTMAS.

FUN FOR CHRISTMAS.

FUN POR CHRISTMAS. PANTOMIME AS IT WAS, IS, AND WILL BE, FOR HOMss REPRESENTATION. By ALFRED CROWQUILL. IHar- wood, Fenchurch-street. With the above title the inimitable Alfred Crowquill has furnished us with the pictorial history of a panto- mime, from the rising of the curtain
December 23, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
OUR CARPET BAG.

OUR CARPET BAG.

OLR CARPET BAG. A MAN is valued as he makes himself ?? Cook'8 Journal, HISTORICAL QUEBy.-When was Charles the Second most like a race-horse ?-When he ran for the Oaks. CocKmEY Axiorq.-After people have visited the 'aunts of dissipation, they usually visit their uncles. A BACHELOR
December 23, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
METROPOLITAN FANCY RABBIT CLUB.

METROPOLITAN FANCY RABBIT CLUB.

This celebrated and long-established club rheld its fifleenth Winter Prize Show, on Wednesday evening last, at Anclerton's Hotel, Fleet-street. The attendance of visitors was great; there must have been nearly 300 present. The chair was taken at eight o'clock by James fHandey, E
December 23, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE MARKETS.

THE MARKETS.

T HaE MARET S. CORN-EXCIANGE.-FanAy The quantity of English Wheat received market this week, coastwise, has not ex p to o4r quarters. By land carriage and sample XCeeded 1,CG come to hand. To-day the stands were ver ery litte h plied, yet the demand for all kinds of why ttstlY gr
December 23, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England