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Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

MARRIAGES. On the 4th inst., at St. John's Church, Derby, by the R . -Stonehouse. Mr. JOsEPH TILL, to Miss Axrcx BAR=6 both of Derby. At Milford, on the 4th inst., by the Rev. T. Crosail M.A., incumbent, Mr. HENRY SPENcER, to LOUISA, eldo daughter of Mr. THOMAS LICEurELD, farmer,
March 13, 1867 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
A REAL BLESSING TO ANIMALS.

A REAL BLESSING TO ANIMALS.

A REAL BLESSING TO ADIXALS. Of all the philanthropic Institutions of this country that of the "'Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animalso" is one of the most truly humane and meritorious, being designed to befriend those who have no power to protect themselves. It is a sa
March 17, 1867 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

PII I L I-I ARM ON IC SOCIETY. QUELIS S CONCER T ROOMS, IIANOVER-SQlARE, Monday' slart 11. Ot 1i5llt o.'cock. 'i iyiiihoY ill C isnilos' (No. 1).. fdelsiso--. ).ia, ' CotsOz ?? ?? Mr. W. H. CUMMINGS. orerturc. " Los Naiades .. ?? TV. S. Bennett. ,zoinanzal. 1L'Ombrosa ?? aanmel.
March 10, 1867 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SUNDAY LIQUOR TRAFFIC.

SUNDAY LIQUOR TRAFFIC.

I . _,1INAY LIQUOR TRAFFIC. I Another attempt is to be made to t the thin end of the wedge ierted, as respects thle aclsing of Vublic-hoases on the Solday, and the final triumph of total abstinence. Two Bills are prepared, and actually ready to be introduced into Parliament, for
March 24, 1867 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

(FRO]t OUR OWr> CORRESPONDENTS.) ORNERAL ARbRiOATH. SGMErAkL Toot TR n AND PARTY gave two entertainments here on Saturday-last to large audiences. - ~ i Mn. WIRESearloca teorgav a oncert in tlso White Hart Assebly oom on ondy evnin las,'wen he was ably assisted by "The London Gl
March 24, 1867 - The Era - London, London, England
 
DERBY SPRING RACES. I Stewards: Duke of Hamilton, Marquis of Hastings, Sir F. John- stone, Mr. H. Chaplin, Mr. C.

DERBY SPRING RACES. I Stewards: Duke of Hamilton, Marquis of Hastings, Sir F. John- stone, Mr. H. Chaplin, Mr. C.

H. Career. Judge: Mir, F,. Johnson. Starter: Mr. Ml'Gesrge. Clerk of the Course : Mr. J. Blradfield. Thursday, February 28. Mr. Braddold's second Meeting was patronisod by the majority of those present at Nottingham, but the racing was wretchedly tad, and hardly above the common
March 3, 1867 - The Era - London, London, England
 
The Late Henry B. Webb,

The Late Henry B. Webb,

| l--- -- r- The Late henry B. Webb, i Eleven years Manager of the Queen's Theatre, Dublin, and recently a maemlber of the ecompany at Drury-lane Theatre, died on the 15th of Januay, 187, leving ive yung bys ( aryinfrom five to twelve years age) totally nprovided for. Coatinred l
March 3, 1867 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT.

CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT.

CENTiRAL CRIUINAL COURT. On Monday the three men who were acquitted on account of a flaw in the indictment at the last Session, on a charge of stealing silk, were again charged with the offenne. Objection being taken that they could not be a second time put in peril, the Judge ov
March 3, 1867 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Promenade Concerts at St. Martin's Hall.

Promenade Concerts at St. Martin's Hall.

Promenade Concerts at St. Nartin's 3rall. I'Ill... -. . . .. . # . .- .. 't I Ii ?? of a series of Promenade Concerts to be given isl St. Al:irittt lai:l, ?? upoll the musical public rather suddenly. A oetti;.lrativoly thin attendance on -Monday evening last may, lip h 'lic tbius
March 3, 1867 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON MUSIC HALLS.

THE LONDON MUSIC HALLS.

THE OXFORD.-The production of Beethoven's music to the drain, The Ruins of Athens, is an event in the history of the Oxford in particular, and of Music Halls in general. For classical music to be found in companionship with the modern operatie com- positions must indeed be a mat
March 3, 1867 - The Era - London, London, England