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  • Poetry
    Newspaper  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 5 Jan 1854, p. 1     "Progress" - No author given. ...
    Newspaper  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 5 Jan 1854, p. 1   "Progress" - No author given. ...
  • Literature
    Newspaper  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 5 Jan 1854, p. 1     "The match making mother" - Continued from last week. ...
    Newspaper  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 5 Jan 1854, p. 1   "The match making mother" - Continued from last week. ...
  • Colonial : The L50,000 stock job
    Newspaper  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 5 Jan 1854, p. 1     Grant of L50,000 of stock in the Grand Trunk enterprise given to Mr. Francis Hincks, who denies involvement with decision to allot the stock. ...
    Newspaper  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 5 Jan 1854, p. 1   Grant of L50,000 of stock in the Grand Trunk enterprise given to Mr. Francis Hincks, who denies involvement with decision to allot the stock. ...
  • Local matter
    Newspaper  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 5 Jan 1854, p. 2     ...
    Newspaper  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 5 Jan 1854, p. 2   ...
  • Township election
    Newspaper  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 5 Jan 1854, p. 2     Whitchurch Township elections held, list of nominated candidates included. ...
    Newspaper  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 5 Jan 1854, p. 2   Whitchurch Township elections held, list of nominated candidates included. ...
  • Foreign and colonial
    Newspaper  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 5 Jan 1854, p. 2     The Allied Forces in the Crimea and Black Sea. Supplies by sea and land. Pop goes the Weasel! international news...
    Newspaper  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 5 Jan 1854, p. 2   The Allied Forces in the Crimea and Black Sea. Supplies by sea and land. Pop goes the Weasel! international news...
  • Great fire in Toronto
    Newspaper  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 5 Jan 1854, p. 2     The splendid establishment of Jacques & Hay, Cabinet Makers of this City, was burned to the ground on December 29, 1853. ...
    Newspaper  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 5 Jan 1854, p. 2   The splendid establishment of Jacques & Hay, Cabinet Makers of this City, was burned to the ground on December 29, 1853. ...
  • By telegraph
    Newspaper  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 5 Jan 1854, p. 2     Arrival of the Atlantic. Arrival of the Asia. News and items brought by way of telegraph. steamships; international news...
    Newspaper  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 5 Jan 1854, p. 2   Arrival of the Atlantic. Arrival of the Asia. News and items brought by way of telegraph. steamships; international news...
  • Lunatic asylum tax
    Newspaper  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 5 Jan 1854, p. 4     ...Quebec, Dec. 11, 1854. In Assembly, Mr. Cayley moved for grant...
    Newspaper  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 5 Jan 1854, p. 4   ...Quebec, Dec. 11, 1854. In Assembly, Mr. Cayley moved for grant...
  • Stabbing affray
    Newspaper  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 5 Jan 1854, p. 4     A stabbing affray occurred on King Street East, near the Trinity Church. James Ilsly received several cuts on the head. From the Globe. ...
    Newspaper  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 5 Jan 1854, p. 4   A stabbing affray occurred on King Street East, near the Trinity Church. James Ilsly received several cuts on the head. From the Globe. ...
  • Poetry
    Newspaper  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 22 Sep 1854, p. 1     For the New Era. "Rebuke not the light-hearted" by The Wild Violet ...
    Newspaper  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 22 Sep 1854, p. 1   For the New Era. "Rebuke not the light-hearted" by The Wild Violet ...
  • Literature : The Three Damsels
    Newspaper  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 22 Sep 1854, p. 1     short stories...
    Newspaper  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 22 Sep 1854, p. 1   short stories...
  • Agricultural : Barn yards
    Newspaper  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 22 Sep 1854, p. 1     Vegetables, like animals, cannot thrive or subsist without food; and upon the quality of this depends the health and vigor of the vegetable as well as of the animal. farming...
    Newspaper  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 22 Sep 1854, p. 1   Vegetables, like animals, cannot thrive or subsist without food; and upon the quality of this depends the health and vigor of the vegetable as well as of the animal. farming...
  • Ministers defeated
    Newspaper  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 22 Sep 1854, p. 1     Deferred news. From the Globe. elections...
    Newspaper  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 22 Sep 1854, p. 1   Deferred news. From the Globe. elections...
  • Found drowned
    Newspaper  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 22 Sep 1854, p. 1     The body of a young woman was found floating on the river Don. From the Leader. drownings; suicides...
    Newspaper  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 22 Sep 1854, p. 1   The body of a young woman was found floating on the river Don. From the Leader. drownings; suicides...
  • Fatal accident
    Newspaper  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 22 Sep 1854, p. 1     Jonathan Rose, Uxbridge, falls off wagon and wheel runs over his head, resulting in his death. From the Leader. ...
    Newspaper  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 22 Sep 1854, p. 1   Jonathan Rose, Uxbridge, falls off wagon and wheel runs over his head, resulting in his death. From the Leader. ...
  • "The Factitionists and the Coalition"
    Newspaper  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 22 Sep 1854, p. 2     The above heading is the caption to a lengthy article in the Leader of Saturday last, setting forth the reasons why the late Ministry were compelled--in his way of thinking--to resign; and also the course certain parties took in the House which led to that result. editorials; politics...
    Newspaper  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 22 Sep 1854, p. 2   The above heading is the caption to a lengthy article in the Leader of Saturday last, setting forth the reasons why the late Ministry were compelled--in his way of thinking--to ...
  • New department - Separate schools
    Newspaper  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 22 Sep 1854, p. 2     Rumour says that Government is about creating a new Department--that of "Minister of Public Instruction;" and that Mr. Cauchon is to fill the office editorials; schools; education...
    Newspaper  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 22 Sep 1854, p. 2   Rumour says that Government is about creating a new Department--that of "Minister of Public Instruction;" and that Mr. Cauchon is to fill the office editorials; schools; education...
  • Colonial
    Newspaper  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 22 Sep 1854, p. 2     Four bears killed (Goderidge). Successor to Judge Macaulay. Suicide in Port Hope. ...
    Newspaper  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 22 Sep 1854, p. 2   Four bears killed (Goderidge). Successor to Judge Macaulay. Suicide in Port Hope. ...
  • By telegraph
    Newspaper  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 22 Sep 1854, p. 2     Legislative assembly. Arrival of the Atlantic. News and items brought by way of telegraph. international news; government...
    Newspaper  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 22 Sep 1854, p. 2   Legislative assembly. Arrival of the Atlantic. News and items brought by way of telegraph. international news; government...
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