FASHIONABLE INTELLIGENCE

... i P,3SHION48LE INTELL LvIcE B WaNI)SOa, SUNDAY E1vna. * - t the Castle Of ?? everything betokens the expectation of fan early visit jfrom er 1Majesty and the court. Tihe drains and other t door works ...

FASHIONABLE INTELLIGENCE

... I FASHIONAB0LE INTELLIGENCE. I I WiNDson, FirnDAY.- CEiRISTlAiAS fltNEThis even- ing covers were laid for thirtyoone. With the exception of the ?? of Kent, the company consisted of the members of t ...

FASHIONABLE INTELLIGENCE

... kASSHIONABLE INTB.LLI lENCE -v ,The Marquis and Marchioness of Normanby, Lord Lady Holland, Lord and Lady Poltiniorehe Earl andt and of Lietowel and family, the Hon. r Yorkei &c., are amongst the Engl ...

LITERATURE

... LI IRdRA TURE. I '1iE UNITED IRISHMEN; THEIR LIVES AND TIMES. (By R. R. MADDEN, M.D., MlR l A.) Third Series. 3 Vols. Dublln: James Duffy, 10, Wellington-quay. (INTOODUCTORY NOTICE.) Gldly do we welco ...

EXTRACTS PROM NEW BOOKS

... [ EXTRACTS PROM NEW BOOk.':a, ;| ._ . I. ?? I. . -. ?? . INCOMTE TAX IN THE REIGN oF HENRY Vtoi, Wh-tn Wtdlsey required SOO,000 from the Commons, lfor the tire of lis toaster. they deciared their inab ...

Published: Sunday 12 July 1846
Newspaper: The Era
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 1405 | Page: Page 3 | Tags: Arts & Popular Culture 

THE LITERARY ERA

... A NOMENCLATURE OF COLOURS, HUES, TINTS, AND SHADES APPLICABLE TO THE ARTS AND NATURAL SCIENCES, TO MANUFACTURES, AND TO OTHER PURPOSES OF GENERAL UTILITY. By D. K. HAY. (Edinburgh.) ...

Published: Sunday 28 June 1846
Newspaper: The Era
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 3593 | Page: Page 1, 2 | Tags: Arts & Popular Culture 

LITERARY MEMORANDA

... THE RAILWAY MANIA. All experience proves that there is no such fact in this common-place world as gold coming by invitation to a man vho only lies indolently on his back, with palm ...

Published: Sunday 28 June 1846
Newspaper: The Era
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 2294 | Page: Page 2 | Tags: Arts & Popular Culture 

THEATRE ROYAL

... T nE TrE YA-L. Tile i,,tcr seace1 hall been opened ati this theatre under rather brilliant eaipices. The re-appearaince of Miss Helen Fauciti on oar boards forms in iteelf an attroction of ,0o liht ir ...

THE CRY OF THE HEART

... THE CRY OF THE HEART. Bread I bread I bread I oh father-father, dear I The pining children faintly said; And every pang they bear That father feels, who stands like stone In ghastly, grim despair; ...

ROYAL IRISH ART UNION

... I The general and selection committees of this society have during the last two months, held several meetings, the if phair being taken by Sir Gerga Hodson, Bart; Sir James re- ...

LITERATURE

... LITER AT U R E FRcASER'S MAGAZINE. (Regent-street). The present is one of the most attractive numbels, of this talented magazine which has for some months past seen the light. The sickly hue of po ...

Published: Sunday 06 September 1846
Newspaper: The Era
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 3815 | Page: Page 2 | Tags: Arts & Popular Culture 

LITERATURE

... L I.T E R-A-T -U - ?: --.I THE UTACTED DRApMA.-FAMILY AFAIBRS. Saunders and Otley. We really have not the courage on our own parts, nor reliance on the patience of our readers, to bestow a series of c ...

Published: Sunday 16 August 1846
Newspaper: The Era
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 3659 | Page: Page 10 | Tags: Arts & Popular Culture