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THEATRICAL LITIGATION IN AMERICA.

THEATRICAL LITIGATION IN AMERICA.

THE " ROSE MIICHEL" SUIT. In the suit of Sheridan Shook and A. MI. Palmer against Augustin Daly and others, Charles jrI Brooke, counsel for the plaintiffs, recently closed the argument, before Judge Curtis, in the Superior CourtNewvYorkl. Sr Broole clainiedthlattlie issues were
October 3, 1875 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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ADEMO IS EL LE BEATRICE'S L1 COMSEl)Y-DRAIA COMPANY. Sixth Year of this Company. Altists. Messrs Mademoiselle BEATRICE FRANK HARVEY Mesdames J. CARTER-EDWARDS BESSIE EDWARDS GEORGE AVARDE P. LEMIIMON I. ANDREWS LOUIE VERE C. COWDERY C, GRALNT H. BENNEr'T Ai. BRUNOY A. G. POLINI a
October 3, 1875 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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'kBi T SiWIMMING RACES AT THE LAMIBETH BATHS onl MONDAY, May 15th, 1865. PRO- ifSSo11~ BECKCWITH, Swiosrninag Meeter., will give away the following Prices :_Race Open to All England-First Prize, a Silver Hunting ?? atnd Gcli IChain, velite 10; Second Prize, Gold Ring, value 2;6 ,
May 7, 1865 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LONDON GAZETTES.

LONDON GAZETTES.

Tuesday, DIay 2. BANKRUPTCY ANNULLED.-J. SHUCKrFORD, Trafalgar-place, Clapham-rise, builder. BANKRUPTS,-A. IV. DOWELL, St. Sovithin's-lane, Citv, dining- room keeper-H. WHEELER, Fore-street, City, shirt manufaclurcr-W'. TINCKAIVI, Chapel-street, Tottenhaun-coart-road. bricklayer
May 7, 1865 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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The BELL AND ANCHOR, suburban Public-house, Hammersmiti, afew paces only from the West London Railway Station, opposite to North- end, and nearly surrounded by an extensive and rapidly-increasaag neighbourhood, together with the Pleasure-garden, Stabling, and Premises, also sever
July 2, 1865 - The Era - London, London, England
 
OUR CRICKETING TABLET.

OUR CRICKETING TABLET.

Prinnipal 1Tatches for Next Week. Monday, at Lard's Ground-Rugby v. Marlborough. Monday, at the Oval-The Gentlemen v. the Players of England. The announced sides in this match ?? Gentlemen: Hon. C. G. Lyt. tleton, C. F. Buller, Esq., F Burbidge, Esq., A. W. Daniel, Esq." E. A. G
July 2, 1865 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SOUTH LONDON REFUGE for the DESTITUTE.

SOUTH LONDON REFUGE for the DESTITUTE.

The First Annual Report of the working of this admirable Insti- tution has just been laid before us, and with it a letter from Mr. WILLIAM CARTER, one of its most conscientious and worthy sup- porters, an extract from which will be found below. The Report itself contain the resu
July 2, 1865 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN DRAMATIC INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN DRAMATIC INTELLIGENCE.

| FO1IGN DRAMATIC INTELLIGEIOc (WriT<Nn ExcLuIvERLY Fok "Tai ERA.") The clagueurs of Paris Theatres, who_ form a regular brigade with fixed salaries, and are placed under experienced leaders, have of late, compromised themselves on several occasions, and faied their position in j
December 24, 1865 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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R OYAL ALHAMBRA PALACE.- It NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS.-Mr. P. STRANGE requests . hat In all cases of Letters Unanswered the writers will consider silence a I negative. 1 OYAL ALHAMBRA PALACE.- R (Sole Manager, Mr. F. STRANGE, late of the Crystal Palace.) I Novel, Gorgeous, Costly,
December 24, 1865 - The Era - London, London, England
 
The Oxford and Canterbury Hall Company.

The Oxford and Canterbury Hall Company.

I -, The second Half-Yearly Meeting of the Shareholders was held on Monday for the purpose of receiving the Reportfof the Directors, declaring a dividend, &c. Mr. RVAN B. JoNSc in the chair The SECRETARY (Mr. Pyne), having reed the notice oo'nveniln the meeting, proceeded to rea
September 24, 1865 - The Era - London, London, England