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THEATRICAL ERA.

THEATRICAL ERA.

"BOROUGH POLITICS," AT THE HAYMARKET. The author of the new piece at " the little theatre" has not been fairly treated by the critics. From the opinions of the diurnal dilettanti, we dreaded a dreary, ientimental infliction. We were, however (despite of the said dilettanti, we c
July 12, 1846 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ANTICIPATIONS OF LIVERPOOL.

ANTICIPATIONS OF LIVERPOOL.

I ANTICIPATIONS OF LIVERPOOL -BY "VATES.:2- "'To print, or, not to print-that is the question: Whether 'tis better in a trunk to bury The quirks and crotchets of outrageous fancy, Or eiend a well-wrotejcopy to the press, And,. by disclosing, end asthem."'-.JAQO. It may probably b
July 12, 1846 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE LITERARY ERA.

THE LITERARY ERA.

THE LIETBRAPBY ERA. THE CotiIC ?? eF ENGLAND. By GILBERT ABBOTT A'I3BECI:TT. Illustrated by LEECH. (No. 1.) 1'unch Office. This is an attempt to render Hume humorous, and to raise a smile at Smollett. Unfortunately, however, the laugh is 'lot wvith, but against the author. We hav
July 26, 1846 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THEATRICAL ERA.

THEATRICAL ERA.

[ 'THE JUDGMENT OF PARIS," AT THE ITALIAN OPERA- M. Perrot produced a new divertissement for his benefit at Hcr Majesty's Theatre, on Thursday evening last. The subject was the Judgment of Paris, and the terpsichorean edition of the fable, was eminently successfuland to those le
July 26, 1846 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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ANTICIPATIONS OF GOODWOOD.

ANTICIPATIONS OF GOODWOOD.

ANTCIlPATIONS, OR GPOOD ?? I 'WITH RETROSPECTS OF LIVERPOOL, 3yY VATES." " The joyful birds salute the Sun's approach, The'Sua too, iaugha, and mounts his gaudy coacb, While from his car the dropping gems distil, And all the Earth and all the Heavens do smle." Let me take the las
July 26, 1846 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THEATRICAL ERA.

THEATRICAL ERA.

THEATRICAL IRA. TAGLIOXZ AT HEB MAJESTY'S THEATRE. On Thursday night, " II Barbiere" gave us Grisi, Mlario, 1Fornasaii, and Lablache; " La Sonnambula," Castellan; and three different choregraphic perform- ances, with the first danseeses in Europe, filled upi brimful the measure o
July 19, 1846 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AQUATICS.

AQUATICS.

. . . ?? ' ' I ...I HIGH WATER AT LONDON-BRIDGE. July 19 morning 53 nto. past la afternoon 29 min. past 11 20 4 ?? ?? 0 21 ?? 34 ?? ?? 59 ?? 0 22 . 23 ?? ?? 45 ?? 1 23 2 ?? ?? ?? 24 ?? 2 24 ?? 44 ?? I. 25.16. 3 . REGATTAS AND MATCHES TO COME. ?? 21.-The Nautilus (of Nottingham) a
July 19, 1846 - The Era - London, London, England
 
EVENTS OF THE WEEK.

EVENTS OF THE WEEK.

3EvENTS OF THE WEEK. Roasr.aY Or A CLERK Of THE BANE OF ENGLAND.- On Tuesday, information was forwarded to the metropo- litan police stations, that a clerk of the Bank of England had been robbed on Monday of bank notes amounting to 1,900, and a reward of 100 was offered, to'be pa
July 26, 1846 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE VETERINARY ERA.

THE VETERINARY ERA.

is 343ATERINARY ERA. I ?? I EDITED BY CHIuON, M.R.C.V.S. THE PEAL OF THE LAST MINISTRY AND THE RUSTLE THAT SUCCEEDS. Politics do not belong to our department of the ERA on general occasions. Circumstances, how- ever, may render such events of consequence to the Veterinary profess
July 5, 1846 - The Era - London, London, England