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POLITICS.

POLITICS.

. ENGLAND AND RUSSIA. We purpose taking a general view of the position of this coun- try, in her foreign relations; but, owing to the miscalculation almost unavoidable in a first number, we must content ourselves for the present week, with a word on a single point-though a * hig
September 30, 1838 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN POLITICS.

FOREIGN POLITICS.

There is but little of interest in the foreign politics of the week ji st passed. The festivities at Milan and other places in Austria, consequent on the coronation of the Emperor, has for some time past formed the chief topic of interest in the daily papers, and these festiviti
September 30, 1838 - The Era - London, London, England
 
POPULAR SCIENCE.

POPULAR SCIENCE.

Amid the numerous attempts characteristic of the present times to render science generally attractive, and to diffuse amid the community at large a desire to become acquainted with the wonders which it reveals, none are more likely to command success than the new gallery opened
September 30, 1838 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MANNERS AND AMUSEMENTS.

MANNERS AND AMUSEMENTS.

THE DRAMA. In these days, the drama -is a didiesrit and a delicate subject to handle -asubjectnlporrwhich there have been as many pros anid c-ens as nponl any which fill the colueamus of aI nle spaper. The Stranrga thing is, too, that there is quite as rmuds party spirit thrown
September 30, 1838 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SPORTING.

SPORTING.

(Conliteifue^romo pazye 0.) HEATON IPARK RACES. Tritr st--A piece of Gold Plate, ptesenos'd bs- the flight Xon, the Earlof' Eglinitonladdled to a Soepstakesof 13 So-., each, 10 ft; /r two years, 7st 211): and three aears, fist; the winner of the Dolca~tec, St. Leger 121b. and th
September 30, 1838 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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LITERATURE AND ART.

LITERATURE AND ART.

REVIEWS OF BOOKS. gpe &~ngal Sporting Mag.azine. Conducted by .1. H. SI-OC- QIIELER, Esq., English Press, Calcutta. In every state of society, from the most savage to the most civilized, man appears to share with the more powerful animals an instinctive foadness for the chase. T
September 30, 1838 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE WORKING CLASSES.

THE WORKING CLASSES.

TO TUE EDITOR OF THE BRA. I SIR,-I am glad to find that the licensed victsallers of the country at large are about to provide themselves with what the licensed victuallers of the metropolis have so long pos- sessed; namely, a common bond of union, and an efficient in- strument o
September 30, 1838 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE TRUE SPORTSMAN'S GAZETTE.

THE TRUE SPORTSMAN'S GAZETTE.

THE WfREI SPORTSWOAN7S GAZETTE. This d meont of' Tue Emt still be conducted in a style and feeling e her ew, to the Blitish public. Tue daily Londoi papers coltitott 'clx5es5 N;itlt a mechanical, and very frequentlv, incorrect report e n. ci 1pal races : shile such of the weekly
September 30, 1838 - The Era - London, London, England
 
COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY.

COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY.

CeIcY -SATEsURAr MORNIG FOREIGN. UNIarEn STATES.-Wiehave ad; ices from New york to the Plhinst., and from the oilier leadingpoints Of the Union, of dates corresponding to distance. The most insportanitfeature in the presenit intelligenice is,thle account of a considerable improv
September 30, 1838 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SATURDAY'S NEWS.

SATURDAY'S NEWS.

-.1- SATURDAY'S NEWSa ChURCH RATES, PARISH' OF SiT. GERoGE THE MARTYR.-A ves- try meeting of the parish of St. George the Martyr, very respectably and numerously attended, was held at the vestry-realm, adjoining the parish church, at half past twelve o'clock, when the Rev. Mr. Ho
September 30, 1838 - The Era - London, London, England