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TRADE AND OPINIONS AT Manchester.

TRADE AND OPINIONS AT Manchester.

1 TRADE AND OPINIONS ATr I. Manchester. . . (FaROM OUR OWN' CORESPO&NDENT.1 It appears that in reforming Manchester all associations possessing good intentions, do not prosper, however plausible their objects may appear when ushered into existence. A more striking instance was sc
February 6, 1853 - The Era - London, London, England
 
STEEPLE CHASING.

STEEPLE CHASING.

i UEMPLiE CEASES TO COIE. JAN. 11.-Epeom-Free Handicaps and Hurdle Stakes closed. Weights published; Selling Stakes close Jan. 1i. 26.-Newton-The Golborne, and the Free Handicap Steeple-Cbase, and the Free Handicap Eurdle it~ce closed. 28-Oundle-The Open Handicap closes Jan. -i,
January 9, 1853 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LIFE IN AUSTRALIA.

LIFE IN AUSTRALIA.

IMF IN AUSTRALI& The following letter, addressed by the writer to his fiends in this country, contaius so many facts inter- eiting to future emigrants, that we have no hesitation it laying it before the English.reader:- "Bendigo Gold Diggings, August22, 1S52. a My Dear Sisters ar
January 9, 1853 - The Era - London, London, England
 
IMPORTANT TO MEMBERS OF Benefit Societies.

IMPORTANT TO MEMBERS OF Benefit Societies.

?po TA T TO WE M3RZIS. OF -enefit sooieties. .Mr. Josep' Williams;, the secretary of " The United Sons of Friend hip Birmingham Benefit Society," held at the Shadwell Dock Coffee-house, Lower Shadwell, a peared before Mr. Yardley, on Wednesday, at the g ames police-court, on the
January 9, 1853 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

ADlAME JENNY GO.LDSCHMIDT LIND. M H~~IANOVER-SQUARE ROOMS. Mr. MITCHELL.respectfully annodnees that Mr. and Madame GOLDSCIUMIDT'S frst Misrellanceus CONCERT, Vocal and Instru- mental, with full Band, will take place at the above Rooms, on THURS- OAT Evening, January 10, 1810, to
January 6, 1856 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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CHRISTMAS AT THE THEATRES.

CHRISTMAS AT THE THEATRES.

I CHRIST1MiLAS AT THE THEATRES. The Pantomimes are now in excellent working order, and attract- ing large audiences. Refractory traps lasve -become obedient, in- subordinate lines ace no longer rebellions, fairy cars no more require the palpable hand of the stage-carpenter to app
January 6, 1856 - The Era - London, London, England
 
JENNY LIND'S CONCERTS AT EXETER Hall.

JENNY LIND'S CONCERTS AT EXETER Hall.

| JENNY HLIND'S CONCERTS AT EXETER I ?? _ Vie ffessiah was performed at Exeter Hall on Monday evening, being the fourth of the sacred concerts undertaken by 31adanle Jenny Lind Goldschmidt. Although the Swedish vocalist saun the soprano part of this oratorio upon a former occasio
January 6, 1856 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MERRY ENGLAND AND LA BELLE

MERRY ENGLAND AND LA BELLE

IB3cDJRRY EBum AND LA t 333LLI] ' It was pointedly ?? by Lord PAKIxMEaTON, [at the NAPIiR banquet, that the English and Frenich had not fought'side by aide since the Crusades, which is true enough,-witha minor exception or. two- in the seventeenth century, when rance and England
April 2, 1854 - The Era - London, London, England
 
IRELAND.

IRELAND.

- ' ' :IB L - I X . 1 rm . f - l W ITiri Anxy.-EKBAXIATION OF Houss.-L-On Monday evening, 1803horses, drafted from the dir r no ekrtiyier stationed in Ireland, were shipped at the ;rh Wall for Woolwich,, intene frtahimnfio htprtorthe seat of war. Thee 0th Rment, the 33d Regiment,
April 2, 1854 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MANCHESTER UNITY.

MANCHESTER UNITY.

MANCHEBTER8 - UNITY. Great Meeting of Delegates in the South : : S :London District..u :: -1- The quarterly meeting of delegates, representing nearly 4,000 mem- bers in the South London district, took place on.Monday last at the- house of Host Hind, the Crown Tavern, Ilaokfriare-
April 2, 1854 - The Era - London, London, England