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THE EPSOM SPRING MEETING.

THE EPSOM SPRING MEETING.

FRIDAY, APRIL 4. Stewards: Lord Stanley, the Eaal of Glasgow, and Colonel Peel, M.P. Judge: Mr. Clark, of Newmarket. Starter : Mr. Hibburd, of Ascot. Clerk of the Course Mr. Dorling, of Epsom. We confess we had serious misgivinga concerning the Epsom Spring gathering-fearful les
April 6, 1851 - The Era - London, London, England
 
BETTING AT TATTERSALL'S.

BETTING AT TATTERSALL'S.

SfTTING AT TATTERSALL'S. MONDAY. hroughout the afternoon the subscribers were troubled rith a" Grecian fever," rumraur early in the day asserted tbat he had "a bad night," and in the city 7 to 4 avnd 2 to I was laid against him for the Two Thousand Guitneas, and 9 to 1 for the De
April 6, 1851 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LITERATURE.

LITERATURE.

L I T :S E A T U R E. A CHILI'S 1FIR.S House With Suggestions for some Alteration in the Management of Newly Born Infants. Addressed to Young Motbers. fjy a PHYSICIAN. Ackermann and Co., Strand. The title of this little book is not striking, neither does it imply anything like th
May 11, 1851 - The Era - London, London, England
 
BISHOPS AND CURATES.

BISHOPS AND CURATES.

What title could suggest a stronger or bitterer con- trast than this does? Dives; with his very footmen in purple, and his own arms sleeved in fine lawn or linen, and Lazarus knocking at his palace gate for a transfer of license, clad in the cast off habiliments of some charitab
May 8, 1853 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TRANSFER OF LICENSES.

TRANSFER OF LICENSES.

TRANiSFER OF LICENSES. MARYLEBONE, MAY 2. Barley Mow, Dorset-street, George Kidner to William George Bradley. Brazen Head, Upper Lieson-etreet, William Northeote to Edward Wynde. City of Her-eford, Charles-street, John Gurney to Philip Smith. Cross Keys, Marylebone-lane, William
May 8, 1853 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ACCIDENTS AND OFFENCES.

ACCIDENTS AND OFFENCES.

SUDDEN DEATH OF CARDINAL WIS5XAN'S COACHMAN- -On Thursday morning Mr. Bedford, the Coroner for West- minster, received information that the coachman of Cardinal Wiseman dropped down dead in his house, No. 1, Masons' Arms-yard, Maddox-street, Hanover-square. FATAL ACoIDENT IN LAM
May 8, 1853 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE WOLVERHAMPTON AND READING Meetings, &c.

THE WOLVERHAMPTON AND READING Meetings, &c.

TI40 WOLV3IRHAMPTO! AlD READING- Mreetings, &c. 3y " TOUCaISTONE." The publication of the entries for the Coasarewitch and Cambridge shire Bloutdicajs must be looked upon as a warning that the eason is on the wanse-att any rate the meridian is passed, and we have got into the sec
August 9, 1857 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PAST SPORT, PRESENT RUMOURS, and Future Prospects.

PAST SPORT, PRESENT RUMOURS, and Future Prospects.

I ?? - : f ;: I I l PAST SPORTD PRES9NT UX5UOMS, - * . I4and utul . Po46Its. In the; Sport past of this week we have only to Dotice the Wolverhampton, Steeple Chase Meeting, and dt that it is neces- sary that te shoulid aiy a fbw words, becmuse the, great eient of thait Meeting h
December 14, 1851 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FROM "JOE MUGGINS'S DOG."

FROM "JOE MUGGINS'S DOG."

F M , - JO- - M L[GI - ' D OM. IFROM "1JOE MS~rciN^S'S DoQ.Ps TO T1 k D itbiiR OF THEE HERnA. Dere .Gnenor,-Are yew wethur wize, or utherwize ? I axe ther questshun-bekoz yer knowe dogs iz suppozed to knowe a littel aboute thenm subjecks, nbrde ther ex- pteretrce ov yeres tells m
December 14, 1851 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PEDESTRIANISM.

PEDESTRIANISM.

PE DE STARIA NISM. Matches to Come. DECEMBER. 15.-T. Reid (of London) and W. Hanlant (of Stepney), 160 yards, R25 a side, Copenhagen. 15.-T. North (of Hammersmith) and H. Pollett (of Notting Hill), 175 yards, 5 a aide, Gunnersbhry-lane, Ealing. I5.-Bassett, to walk four miles in
December 14, 1851 - The Era - London, London, England