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Highbury Barn. THE LEVIATHAN PLATFORM, Should be seen to be appreciated. THE BEAUTIFUL GARDENS, With thousands of Geraniums and Exotics

Highbury Barn. THE LEVIATHAN PLATFORM, Should be seen to be appreciated. THE BEAUTIFUL GARDENS, With thousands of Geraniums and Exotics

in Full J3loom. THE MAGNIFICENT BAND OF FORTY PERFORMERS, together with the noble Suite of Rooms, render this the most delightful Suburban Retreat near the Metropolis. Musical Director - Mr. Gay. Cornets - Messrs. Spencer & Shapcott. M.C. - Mr. Sanderson. PROGRAMME FOR THE WEEK.
September 8, 1859 - Daily Director and Entr'acte - London, London, England
 
GUNS!• GUNS! GUNS! A RARE OPPORTUNITY FOR SPORTSMEN. WHISTLER, of 11, Strand, being obliged to REBUILD yy his PREMISES next

GUNS!• GUNS! GUNS! A RARE OPPORTUNITY FOR SPORTSMEN. WHISTLER, of 11, Strand, being obliged to REBUILD yy his PREMISES next

September, begs to OFFER to the SPORTING WORLD the largest and BEST-SELECTED STOCK of GUNS and RIFLES by all the first-rate London makers at any reasonable offer. 11, STRAND (OPPOSITE TRAFALGAR SQUARE).
September 8, 1859 - Daily Director and Entr'acte - London, London, England
 
Drury Lane. CLOSED.

Drury Lane. CLOSED.

August 22, 1859 - Daily Director and Entr'acte - London, London, England
 
ROYAL DRAMATIC COLLEGE,- INCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER. PATRONESS—HER MOST GRACIOUS MAJESTY THE QUEEN. PATRON—H.R.H. THE PRINCE CONSORT. P4EsiDEzcr—H.R H. THE

ROYAL DRAMATIC COLLEGE,- INCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER. PATRONESS—HER MOST GRACIOUS MAJESTY THE QUEEN. PATRON—H.R.H. THE PRINCE CONSORT. P4EsiDEzcr—H.R H. THE

DUKE OF CAMBRIDGE, K.G., COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF. THE ELECTION OF THREE FEMALE PENSIONERS will take place at the Chambers of the College, 15, BEDFORD STREET, COVENT GARDEN, W., on WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 31. The Balloting Papers will be received from Ten a.m. to Three . p.rq„ at which hour
August 22, 1859 - Daily Director and Entr'acte - London, London, England
 
AN OLD OFFENDER.

AN OLD OFFENDER.

Sir John Purselow Dr. Goggles .. Dlr. Symon Purefoy Hunt • • • . William White • . Tom Piper .. Dick Holloway • • Joe Brush • • Mike Nolan • • Ben Isaacs • • Jemmy Small • . Art imesia • • Martha • • • • Mother Dreggs .. Mr. W. H. Eburne. Mr. Charles Selby. • • Mr. J. L. Toole.
August 6, 1859 - Daily Director and Entr'acte - London, London, England
 
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS.

NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS.

The ENTR'ACTE, bound at the expiration of each year, form a current History of the British Stage. th e back numbers of the ENTR'ACTE can be httd on aPPlication at the Office, 5, ,Catherine Street, Strand.
August 6, 1859 - Daily Director and Entr'acte - London, London, England
 
rc entr'arte.

rc entr'arte.

SATURDAY, AUGUST 6th, 1859. "Be that loves to be flattered is worthy o' the fkztterer."—SHARSPERE. A NEW COMEDY IN 1781. 14/.1 turn aside for awhile from the revivals, and the adaptations, and the Italian operas of the present and glance at the theatrical state of our ancestors
August 6, 1859 - Daily Director and Entr'acte - London, London, England
 
kihAMINEM__ THE ENTR'ACTE, SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, 1859.

kihAMINEM__ THE ENTR'ACTE, SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, 1859.

"denomination of people. Let the frauds of the Jews "be weighed against the injuries they have suffered, and "they will be pitied, not execrated; and we are inclined "to think, as a great law lord did in a late cause, that "those who deal with Jews and then attempt to punish "th
August 6, 1859 - Daily Director and Entr'acte - London, London, England
 
COLONIAL . WINE. Orders taken for Colonial Wine, grown in New South Wales, at the Depot, 177, High Holborn.

COLONIAL . WINE. Orders taken for Colonial Wine, grown in New South Wales, at the Depot, 177, High Holborn.

August 6, 1859 - Daily Director and Entr'acte - London, London, England
 
THE MORNING CHRONICLE having, at the close of 1 last year, passed into the hands of a new. Proprietary, is

THE MORNING CHRONICLE having, at the close of 1 last year, passed into the hands of a new. Proprietary, is

noir conducted under an entirely new management. During nearly a Century THE MORNING CHRONICLE has been the steadfast advocate of Liberal principles and enlightened views; always ready to support the Statesman whose measures were calculated to promote the general interests—never
August 6, 1859 - Daily Director and Entr'acte - London, London, England