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BETTING.

BETTING.

BETTINa. TATTERSAIL'S, Nonday. The attendance at Knightsbridge this afternoon was scarcely up to the average, and the market presented no very striking feature of interest but still a large amount of business was transacted on several forth- coming events. For the Goodwood Stakes
July 21, 1867 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AQUATICS

AQUATICS

AaU A TICS Royal London Yacht Club. The Monthly Meeting of the above Club washeld oil Monday evening last at the Caledonian Hotel, Adelphi, Mr. EAGLE, the Treasurer, in the chair. After the transaction of some routine business, including the election of members, the CHsAlimaroN a
July 21, 1867 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Great Meeting of Conservative Peers.

Great Meeting of Conservative Peers.

Great Neeting of Conservative Peers. - Yesterday (Friday) afternoon, at three o'clock, a great meeting of memberof f the Hoise of Lords took place, on the invitation of the Earl of Derby, at the official residence of the First Lord of the Treasury, in Downing-street, for the purp
July 21, 1867 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE NAVAL REVIEW.

THE NAVAL REVIEW.

The squally character of the weather on Wednesday detracted -greatly from the anticipated majesty and grandeur of the Naval Review at Spithead. A heavy and rough sea set in from the Needles, with a strong south-westerly breeze, and outside the Isle of Wight it reached tshat cond
July 21, 1867 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FREEMASONRY.

FREEMASONRY.

FR EEMASONY, Royal ?? Institution for Boys. The Quarterly General Court of this Institution was held on Monday last, in the Board Room of Freemasons' Hall, Great Queen-street. Br. BErNJA=rN HEAD, V.P., took the chair, and was supported by Bra. John Udall, H. Browse, W. H. Warr, H
July 21, 1867 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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THEATRES AND MUSIC HALLS.

THEATRES AND MUSIC HALLS.

THEATRES AND XIUSIC HALLS. At the Bow-street Police-court, last Thursday, 1teMssrs. Sweasey and Holland, the Proprietors of Weston's Music Hall, Holborn, .gppeared before the Chief Magistrate, Sir Thomas Henry, to asyweor two summonses, issued at the instance of Mr. John Hollings
July 21, 1867 - The Era - London, London, England
 
COURT AND FASHION.

COURT AND FASHION.

cOURT AND FASHION. I WINDSOR CASTLE, JULY 13.-The Queen, Prince and Prin- ss Louis of Hesse, Princess Louise, Prince Arthur, Prince Leopold, rd P incess Beatrice left the Castle this afternoon at twenty nuts astfor oclckfor Osborne. The Queen went to St. the s Cahapel en Fridsy a
July 21, 1867 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE SULTAN'S VISIT.

THE SULTAN'S VISIT.

I On Ssutm'A4., FRE SULTANIS VISIT. -ni 0acur1ay the Sultan paid a state visit to the Queen at WinsorCasle.Great preparations were made for his Majesty's reception, and despite tie untoward state of the weather the display wee most effective. Her Majesty, accompanied by several'm
July 21, 1867 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE.

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE.

I cruN EoIrOa S NOT iESPONSIBLE iolt THE OwumOuS inaRSSED Ur CorSBBSP07NDENTS.] " The Coquette.", TO THE EDITOR OF THE ERA. Sir,-Mr. Walter Gordon and myself have been brought into unexpected partnership in the adaptation of a French play to the English stage-nsmely, The Coquett
July 21, 1867 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

I (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) ARBROATH. Ovxccuco OF "THE NEW HALL."-The C. C. C. Christy Minstrels opened the above Hall on Wednesday last, and did capital business, having to stay over Thursday evening. The whole company hold a high standing in the "1dark P~rofession," and o
July 21, 1867 - The Era - London, London, England