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The Player's Question of the Pharisee.

The Player's Question of the Pharisee.

The rlaYer'8 Question of the Pharisee. I WVhy do you condemn us P Is it because we paint our faces, Think you the chalk and rouge disgraces ? Remember, then, we do but mock, And turn unto your pious flock. The exquisite, the titled dame- The painted face with them is shame. And w
February 19, 1860 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FOR LICENSED VICTUALLERS.

FOR LICENSED VICTUALLERS.

FOP. LICENSED VICTUALLERS. ?? - --0 ,y# This pape will mostly be found interesting to Licensed z7etuallers, and the operatio'ns of the UNITED Towxs' ASSOCIATION AND LiCENSED VIC- TUALLERS' DEFENCE LEA.G-iu ave published runder their own s~uperintendence. _LICENSED VICTUALLING TOP
February 26, 1860 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

B3IRTHS. ANSELL.-On the 21st inst., at No. 1, Vernon-place, Bloomeburyequare, the wife of Geo. F. Ansell, of the Royal Mint, Esq of a son. McNIVEN.-Oa the 19th ist., at Patney Rectory, Wilts, the wife of the Rev. C. Pd. McNiven, of twins, one stillborn. MU8P'RsTT,-On the 19th ins
February 26, 1860 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE WIZARD OF THE NORTH IN CALIFORNIA.

THE WIZARD OF THE NORTH IN CALIFORNIA.

THE WIZARD OF THE NORTH I I IN CALIFORNIA. TO THE EDITOR 0F THO ER.A. Maguire's Opera House, San Francisco, California, December 20th, 1859. Dear Sir,-Since I last wrote to you I have not only changed the country but the ?? is far away down the other side of the " line," the Paci
February 5, 1860 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

LONDON and C{OUNTY BANKING L COMPANY. Subscribed Capital, 1,260,000. Paid-up Capital, 500o000. Read Office.-21, Lombard-street. DIRExCORS, Philip Patton Blytb, Esq. Thomas Tyringham Bernard, Esq., h.P. John William Burmester, Esq. William Cory, Esq. James Andrew Durham, Esq. John
February 5, 1860 - The Era - London, London, England
 
POETRY.

POETRY.

THE APPROACH OF SPRING, It is the first mild day of March, . Each minute sweeter than before; The redbreast sings from the tall larch : That stands beside our door, There is a blessing in the air, Which seems a sense ofjoy to yield To the bare hills, and mountains bare, And gras
February 29, 1860 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LITERATURE.

LITERATURE.

T JlL ?? ug. *.*Booes FOR REVIEW.-Books, Music, New Engravings in ?? intended for review, left at the establishment of Mr. h d. MITCHELL, Red Lion-court, Fleet-street London, a addressed " to the Editor of the Derby Mercury," will be a forwarded and receive attention. h 77&e Peer
February 29, 1860 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
BOROUGH POLICE COURT, WEDNESDAY, Feb. 22

BOROUGH POLICE COURT, WEDNESDAY, Feb. 22

rn-v--h - O -t.. ?? . ?? a--- - ?? -] a - Before the MAYOR, R. PEoG, Esq., and T. P. BAINBRIGGE, Esq. I 1 A GooD DEFENCE.-Mr. William Newton, landlord of the Sir Charles Napier, Little Bridge.street, appeared to answer !, a summons charging him with committing an assault upon a
February 29, 1860 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
STATE OF TRADE.

STATE OF TRADE.

LEICESTra, Feb. ?? is a fair business doing in f most descriptions of hosiery. In the country districts trade remains in a satisfactory state. Yarns are unaltered in price. The wool market is ftrro. NOTTINGHAM, Feb. lb. -There is very littib alteration in e the state of the lace
February 22, 1860 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
REFORM MEETING AT THE DERBY TOWN HALL.

REFORM MEETING AT THE DERBY TOWN HALL.

I BY iii iii t5t On Wednesday evening last, a meeting to considbr tile it .e- question of Parliamentary Rlefornm was held in the Town re Y,; Hall. The large room was filled with members of the SE I'svwrking classes somne time before the hour appointedI for PI of o pening the busi
February 22, 1860 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England