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DRAMATIC, EQUESTRIAN, AND MUSICAL Sick Fund Association.

DRAMATIC, EQUESTRIAN, AND MUSICAL Sick Fund Association.

The Ninth Annual Meeting of this Association was held at two o'clock on Thursday last, in the Grand Saloon of Drury-lane Theatre, which had been kindly lent for the occasion by Messrs. Falconer and Chatterton. Mr. B. Webster, the President of the Asesociation, took ?? chair, and
September 25, 1864 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CHESS.

CHESS.

C H1 E S S. EDITED BY "HERR LOEWENTHiAL., To Correspondents. td All communlatloali to be directed to Bra Oflee. S, Catboerne.0treet Strand. London, Problem n 1o. S32, by Mr. T. Smith. BLACK, Wbie o py.WHITE. I White to play, and mate in four moves, Chess Study by Kling and Horwit
September 25, 1864 - The Era - London, London, England
 
COURT AND FASHION.

COURT AND FASHION.

IVINDSOR, AVG. 27.-Their Royal Highnsease the Prince and Pri0cess Louis of Hesse took leave of her Majesty to-day, and, with tte infant Princess Victoria, left the Castle, on their retirn to the te iBent. Their Royal Righnesses were attended by Baroness de Croucy, Ciptain Von We
September 4, 1864 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

IMelancholy Death of Captain Bpeke, the African I I - E~~xplorer. | COnaSoxur, WILTS, FnRDlY.-Captain Speke, the celebrated African explorer, wbile shooting yesterday in this neighbourhood with his relative, Mr. G. Fuller, of Weston Park, near this place, on falling over a stone
September 18, 1864 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SURREY THEATRE.—(Last Night.)

SURREY THEATRE.—(Last Night.)

SURREY THEKATRB.-(LaBt IBight.) A stirring drama of the real Surrey sehool,:with the suggestive title of A Fight with Fate, was last evening produced at this popular Theatre with decided success. The novelty, which intro- duced the energetic co-Lessee, Mr. Shepherd, for the first
September 18, 1864 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LONDON MUSIC HALLS.

LONDON MUSIC HALLS.

I WIoLTO's'.-The attractive entertaillnment nightly provided here, and the patronage accorded to it, proves Mr. Wilton to be one of the meat successful among that class who cater for the public amuse- mont. The Hall continues to be one of ths best conducted, as it is one of the
September 4, 1864 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AQUATICS.

AQUATICS.

A Q U AT IC S. Victoria Yacht Club. The schooner and eatter races from Dartmouth to Hydo cams oit on Thursday. The following ?? the order of aroivals:- H'11. rr, G H re Aline ?? ., 6 i 68 I Marina ?? . ?? 0 Julla ?? d 68 3225 Blue Bell ?? 0 42 0 Osprey ?? f 40 0 ?? 6 44 0 Royal H
September 4, 1864 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE BIRMINGHAM TRIENNIAL MUSICAL Festival.

THE BIRMINGHAM TRIENNIAL MUSICAL Festival.

THEA BIRMINIGE&DA TR[ENNIAL MUSICAL .Festival. - -I BcroaIrIeNAc, T:UwSDAY' Music bath charms " to collect together in our midland Metro- polis, every third year, an assemblage of rank, fashion, and beauty from all parts of the kingdom. The rarity of the occurrence invests it wit
September 11, 1864 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

RURY-LANE, THEATRE ROYAL.- D (Meanagers. Messrs E. FALCOuNER and F. B. CrATTaeTON.) The LADIES and GENTLEMEN ERavged for the ensuing DBA- MATIC SEASON are requested to nsoemble ia the Green Room on BATURDAY Next, September 17th, at One o'clock. By order of tho Management. B. BOXB
September 11, 1864 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LITERATURE.

LITERATURE.

|- TAB BOY'S JOURNAL. Nos. 20 and 21. Henry Vickere, Strand.-Armon.- the most extraordinary works in these days of cheap literature, the above magazine undoubtedly claims a foremost place, whether we regard it as a work of instruction or amusement. The two numbers of the Journal
September 11, 1864 - The Era - London, London, England