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PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

[FBtOX OUR OWX COHRtESFONDENTS.] ASCTON-uNDzR-LYNE.-Mr Geo. Owen, the young tragedian, commenced an engagement at the above theatre on Monday last, in the character of Hamlet, on which occasion he was en. thusiasticOll' received and applauded throughout the whole performance. On
May 13, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TRADE AND OPINIONS AT MANCHESTER.

TRADE AND OPINIONS AT MANCHESTER.

(Fr1tua OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Rancorous feelings are engendering in the espousal of the heavenly cause of education for the people. Each week sees meeting after meeting, in which various sects and secular advocates urge with hydraulic power their different opinions, to stem th
May 27, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
GENERAL THEATRICAL FUND.

GENERAL THEATRICAL FUND.

'GZEERAL THEATRICAL FUID. t - ?? took nlace ]ast [ The annual dinner of this Institution tOuOI ?? Monday at the. London Tavern, uponl which occasion Mr. Charles Kean was in the chair. This was the tenth anniversary, and tle members have increased and ?? funds become protresoively
May 27, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SYNOPSIS.

SYNOPSIS.

N 0 P S 5. - SY NOPS IS. TE LATE PRINCESS SoPsurA'S ToMB.-A corre- Sp ,dent informs us, that her most excellent Majesty the ,ueeII, having purchased a lange space of ground, in the Ns51.greeri Cemetery, has ordered to be constructed ,,the RoyalFamily an elegant mausoleum, to whic
May 6, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE MEANNESS OF THE MINISTRY.

THE MEANNESS OF THE MINISTRY.

THE MEANNESS OF THE MINISTRL The Whigs have taken a tenacious hold of ti powers and perquisites of office. A fortnight ag by no lingering insinuations or gentle evasions `Ut language, but in so many words, we avowed or belief in the personal meanness of the men. L CAN, in his pec
May 6, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MR. ROEBUCK AND THE FOREIGN BONDHOLDERS.

MR. ROEBUCK AND THE FOREIGN BONDHOLDERS.

MR. ROEBUCK AND THE FOREIGN I BONDHOLDERS. Mr. Roebuck will add much to his well-deserved popularity by taking utp the cause of those who, relying on the faith of Foreign Governments, have advanced them their money, and received nothing but evasions and unfulfilled promises of pa
May 20, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

,LATEST INTELLIGENCE,I FIRING AT THE QUEEN. There is but one feeling excited among us by what is termed, " an attempt to take the life of the Queen," and that is mingled disgust and vexation. Any idiot can place himself in the path of Royalty and discharge a pistol; And pity 'tis
May 20, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PROGRAMME OF EPSOM RACES.

PROGRAMME OF EPSOM RACES.

I -: TUESDAY, MAY 221. The CRAVEN STAKES Of 10 sova each ; three year Olds, fist 81b; four, Sat 10th; five, 9st 41b; six and aged, 9s3t 1Nib; the last mile and a quarter of the New Derby Course. (5 subs.) Coll ingwood, 6 yrs Telegraph, 4 yrs Black Eagle, O yrs 9wordplayer, 4yrs L
May 20, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

[FROMt OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] ASHTON-UNDER-LYNE.-Trheatre Royal.-(Lessee, Mr Foote.) -On Saturday, the 12th inst., Mr George Owen made his last appearance as Macbeth. and was greeted with much applause. On Monday " Pizarro" was produced. The Rolla of Mr Tyrrell and the Cora of
May 20, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SMITHFIELD MARKET.

SMITHFIELD MARKET.

! (n ?? nn!!? I MruMnMondaY on the re-assembling of this committee, Mr. Mackinnouo in the chair, a mass of evidence was taken selative to the public inconvenience resulting from the driving of animals to and from Smithfield-market, and the acts of cruelty perpetrated on them. Se
May 13, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England