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WHAT A "GENTLEMAN" MAY DO for a Five Pound Note.

WHAT A "GENTLEMAN" MAY DO for a Five Pound Note.

WHAT A " GENTLEMAN" 1M:AY DO for a Five Pound Note. Verily our Courts of Law bring about startling uevelations f For instance, if we may judge from what transpired at Birmingham on Thursday last, anybody may administer a sound thrashing to a railway porter, provided he is prepare
October 20, 1850 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

PROVINCIAL THEATRICAL.S. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) ASHBouRN -During the week a succession of novelties has been poueincluding Macbeth, Laid up in port, and Roeose and Juliet. Mrs. Pope enacted Juliet. The Season terminated on Wednesday with The Rose of Eltrick Vale and a com
October 20, 1850 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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I - MEN TOR LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY, P2, OLD BROADnSTREET. Subscribed Capital o-255,00. President-His Grace the Duke of RUTLAND, KdG. 'ice.Presidefte Right Hon. the Earl FITZWILLIAM, ?? F.S.A. IkREaCTORS. JOHN DEAN PAUL, Esq., Chairman. s4EORGE BERNELEY HARRISON, Esq, Deputy-Chair
October 20, 1850 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE BOYS DISMISSED FROM THE Ordnance School.

THE BOYS DISMISSED FROM THE Ordnance School.

THE DOYS DISMISSED :FROM THE Ordnance School. We recur to the case of those youths who were turned out of the R. M. Academy at Woolwich last winter, and that of the Head Master, who was made to resign because he exerted himself in the behalf of the boys in question-the former dis
June 8, 1851 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE MARKETS.

THE MARKETS.

CORN EXCHANGE.-FRiDAV. During the present week the arrivals of English wheat for olr markets, coastwise, have amounted to 2,260 quarters. Fresh up to-day the receipts of that grain by land carriage were very moderate, and the show of samples of both red and white was comparative
June 8, 1851 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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EXTRAORDINARY SUICIDE AT Kingston.

EXTRAORDINARY SUICIDE AT Kingston.

EXTRAORDINARY SulIcDE ATl I - Wrg~ston. I On Monday evening an inquest was held at the Anglers, Town's-end, Kingston-upon-Tbames, before Mr. W. Carter and a very respectable jury, upon the body of Mrs. Mary Rebecca Pratt, aged twenty-two, the wife of Mr. James Pratt, a theesemong
June 8, 1851 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LAW AND POLICE.

LAW AND POLICE.

COURT OF BAN2KRUPTCY- T1 BE BRITTEN.-The bankrupt, described as Thomas Britten, of Suffolk-lane, Cannonstreet, wine merchant, came up for his last examination. The balance sheet, commencing on the 1st of January, 1850, and ending on the22d of March, 1851, shows the following ite
June 8, 1851 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MONEY MORKET.

MONEY MORKET.

11,QNMY ZZARREM The settlement of the Consol account this week (on the 12th) was not attendedwith any great improvement in Prices- but the Fenchfetes having passedover without disturbances, which had been anticipated, there has since been a reaction upwards. flring the continuanc
May 16, 1852 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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A FORTUNE FOR NOTHING! THlE ERA GRAND DERBY & ST. LEGER GIFTS. Upon the Payment of X1 6s., the BEST FAMILY & SPORTING JOURNAL WILL SE SENT TO YOU FOn FIFTY-TWO WEEKS. AND A REGISTERED RECEIPT PRESENTED GRATIS IN TNE ERA GIFTS OF 500. Every party, WHETHER A PRESENT READER OF 41TRE
April 11, 1852 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE EASTER AMUSEMENTS.

THE EASTER AMUSEMENTS.

THE EASTER AMUSE ENTS. What a dull and dreary world would this be without its holidays, those salutary intervals of leisure and enjoyment that dot the dusty track of our weary work- a-day existence with pleasant, sunny spots, and form a sight as welcome to the sons of toil as the
April 11, 1852 - The Era - London, London, England