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CHURCHYARDS.

CHURCHYARDS.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE BRA. Sir,-Having seen some observations, in past papers, on the practices in various burial grounds in London, which observations have certainly tended to restore de- cency in the grounds alluded to, and very probably have prevented disgusting scenes being e
January 9, 1848 - The Era - London, London, England
 
BETTING AT TATTERSALL'S.

BETTING AT TATTERSALL'S.

MONDAY WRKEPIELD STEEPLE CHASE. 100 even laid on the field agst The Chandler and the Glaucus gelding (Wolverhampton), and 4 to 1 agst The Chandler. LivHSPooL STBEPLE CHASE. 15 to 1 agst 'Mr Brettle'e The Curate 20 to I - Mr farry's Sir Arthur (taken) 20 to 1 - Mr Moseley's-Richa
December 26, 1847 - The Era - London, London, England
 
OUR PLEA FOR THE POOR.

OUR PLEA FOR THE POOR.

A WORD IN SEASON. Nobody can forget that this is ChristnAs, but many are liable to slight the time-honoured obligations that belong to it. We cannot pass along the streets with- out noticing seasonable signs that are unmistakeable even in these mercenary days. They rmake the ric
December 26, 1847 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TOWN TALK.

TOWN TALK.

Oteb hearsof'onothing now but the ill-iuck of the 1VItIe The good fortune which attended theix, inure or 10sF, a d long years, seems to have coevpletely abandoted thli:", every satteuipt they make to get forward Wtot pOPqUI t seems but to'make them'recoil further into the ssoe 1
May 1, 1842 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

THEATRE ROYAL, COVENT GARDEN.-On T Monday, the New Comedy, entitled LONDON ASSURANCE: with the Grand Romantic Fairy Extravaganrz, entitled BEAUTY AND THE BEAST-Tuesday, the New Comedy of LONDON)AS SURANCE ti~yith the New Fairy ExtravfaPicza, entitled BEAUTY AND THE3 RBSTYWednesda
May 23, 1841 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

?? CITY, SATURDAY EVENING. It is stated that the returns of the Income Tax amount to the enormous sum of17,U0,O000. We alisys thought that Sir Robert Feel greatly under esti- -mated what it would produce, but the most lamentable part of the business is, that from the great defic
January 29, 1843 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN POLITICS.

FOREIGN POLITICS.

FRANCE. We have nothing of novel interest in the domestic politics of France to refer to this week. The Spanish question appears to be one of absorbing interest just now with the Parisian jour- nalists. Tho Liberal papers lay all the blame of the present state of affairs in that
November 11, 1838 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ERA.

THE ERA.

- ?? [SATURDAY'S EDITION.] SUNDAY, MARCH 24, 1839. We now feel ourselves called upon for the discharge of a great and solemn duty, painful indeed, and per- haps dangerous, but absolutely imperative upon us in the station we have ventured to assume in the commu- nity. A public jo
March 24, 1839 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LONDON GAZETTES.

LONDON GAZETTES.

K TUESDIY, Arrll, 14. PAtRTNERSI1IPS DISSOLVED. Pace and Mcsnard, Hartlepool, Durham, ?? and Edwards, Churels-raw, Limehou-e, dealers in general ship store,- Snow and Percival, Battersea-lields, licensed vietuallers-tlover and Shn, .St. John-street Smithlield, ?? and Underwood,
April 19, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
HISTORY OF MODERN AUTHORSHIP.

HISTORY OF MODERN AUTHORSHIP.

Every now and then, it is found out, all on a sudden, tsa for a man to fall into authorship is as bad as to fall into drink, or love, or any other bedevilment; and the public, with a truly generous ardour, hasten forward to subscribe their sympathies for behoof of the sufferers.
December 23, 1838 - The Era - London, London, England