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NORTHAMPTON NOTIONS.

NORTHAMPTON NOTIONS.

With fearand trembling we ever and anon cast our eyes aloft, in a vain endeavour to obtain a hint from the Clerk of the T1eeather, anxious to know, whether the weather is to follow suit on that led, or whether his clerkship means to lead trumps from a strong -hand, and turn us o
March 23, 1851 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MUSIC AND THE DRAMA AT Manchester.

MUSIC AND THE DRAMA AT Manchester.

-USIa AND THE DuA1A AT ii .Manohester. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) TnEi THEATRE ROyAL.-Messrs' Mortonis' drama, in two acts, called All that Glitters is not Gold, was pro- duced on Wednesday last, and' was decidedly successful. Mr. H. Beverley's Sir Arthur Lassell had.all the s
March 23, 1851 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A GOODWOOD SQUEAK from the STABLE MOUSE

A GOODWOOD SQUEAK from the STABLE MOUSE

A GOODWOOD SQUEAK from the STAABLE I DMOUSE! We will now, if you please, Mr. Editor, level our telescope and sweep 'the horizon of the future; in so far, at least, as the perspective belonging to Goodwood is concerned. We all know, who possess the natural capacity of discovering
July 24, 1853 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PRIESTS AT A DEATH-BED.

PRIESTS AT A DEATH-BED.

PRIESTS AT A DEATH-BE D. I [From Marryatt's Midshipman Easy.] "This is stupid work," thought Jack, "I may have rmore fun outside:" so Jack put on his cloak, left the masquerade, and went out in search of adventures. He walked into the open country about half a mile, until he came
March 23, 1851 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE PENAL SERVITUDE BILL.

THE PENAL SERVITUDE BILL.

It is quite clear that the days of transportation are virtually over, that convict ships will shortly cease to furnish pathetic subjects for poets, and that chain gangs ih Norfolk Island, -will even sooner fail to yield their horrors to melodramatic novelists. The Colo- nies, wh
July 24, 1853 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE FALL OF THE "TIMES," AND "The Thunderer" in a Fright.

THE FALL OF THE "TIMES," AND "The Thunderer" in a Fright.

THE FALL OF THE yTFINAMS," Ai(D "The Thunderer" in a Fright. The decline of the Times newspaper is by no means an impossibility; and, as the velocity of its descent must be in proportion to its weight, the fall of that great luminary, when it does occur, is not likely to occupy a
October 13, 1850 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AUSTRALIAN EMIGRATION.

AUSTRALIAN EMIGRATION.

,&USTR AIAN EMIGFR.&TION. - - k deputation ot gentlemer, connected with the Atistrflian colonies waited on Thursday upon the Colonial Secretary, Sir John Pakington, for the purpose f wrgilng upon him the immediate necessity of supp colories with labour under the present circu tra
May 30, 1852 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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- .FATRE ROYAL, HAYMARKET.- Lessee, Mr. B. Wisssrir m Cnompany-Sjlmmer Campaign-Drama, Spectacle. - .rcc-Forr Weeks-First Night of a Ncew Drama in Thrce _poserful Interest-AdelPhi Effects. Second Price at Eight ?? I x;0oda, Tuesday, and Wedlnesday, August gth, 10th, and 1,,i be p
August 8, 1852 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FORESTRY.

FORESTRY.

The Annual High Court Meeting of the Ancient Order of Foresters, at Knutsford, Cheshire. The annual High Court Meeting of the Ancient Order of Foresters, was opened at the Assembly Rooms, Itnutsford, on Monday morning, August 2d, and continued its sitling during the week. There
August 8, 1852 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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August 8, 1852 - The Era - London, London, England