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FF1HEATRE ROYAL, DRURY-LANE.- vI. Sole Lessee and Manager, Mr. F. B. CHAITD RTON Nho ltevival of the Irish Romantic Drania, PEEP O'DAY. First Night of - ?? Farce. On Monday, February 28th, and during the week IWed- nesiay excepted) a New , aid Original Fares, entitled I'HOB CS'S
February 27, 1870 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE YORK AUGUST MEETING, &c.,

THE YORK AUGUST MEETING, &c.,

THE YORK AIUGUST MEETING, &c., By "TOUCHST0O:E-" The sport at Bromley and Liclefield appears to have been of a fair description, and one horse of character came forth at the first- named place in Brennus, who promises to win a lot of money for his new owner at plating Meetings. A
August 21, 1870 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ALGERINE MERCENARIES.

ALGERINE MERCENARIES.

ALGERIfE XEEORC2RARIES. There is one feature in the war now raging below the Rhenish provinces which presents to us a most offensive and revolting aspect. It is the introduction into the French Army of a mercenary body of troops, alien altogether from the interests, customs, and
August 21, 1870 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TOWN EDITION.

TOWN EDITION.

T O W N ED IT I ON. THE ERA OFFICE, SUNDAY, TWO A.M. TEE WAR. (REUTzR'S TELEGRAMS.) BOMBARDMENT OF STRASBURG. (GERMAN ACCOUNT.) CARLSRUiiE, AUGUST 19-The bombardment of Strasburg from this side of the Rhine, near Kehl, began at seven o'clock this morn- ing1 lasted till noon, and
August 21, 1870 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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SPORTSMAN'S GAZETTE, ANSWERS TO CORESPONDENTS. T. KOIsIT (Leed9)--9 tol I as the price of Kingeraft for the Derby at the eeaw 6et Cr aveen Aeets"sg. O. ITS (t erklondsey)..F ieolity is by Macaroni, out of Miss Agnes. ?? ?? the Two Thousand GOineas. 0seiD.n.-jacytsegos9 carried 8s
July 17, 1870 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE PAST AND THE FUTURE, AND THE HUNTINGDON and KINGSBURY MEETINGS.

THE PAST AND THE FUTURE, AND THE HUNTINGDON and KINGSBURY MEETINGS.

THE PAST AND THE FUTURE, AND THE HIUNTINGDON and KINGSBURY MEITINGS By " TOUCHSTONE." Racing has been plentiful this neek, but small fields have been the rule, and this IIight have been, anticipated by tiosse wise had the management of tise various Meetings. At Poutefract Cyclone
July 17, 1870 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LITERATURE.

LITERATURE.

LI TE R A T UR E LIFE IN LONDON. By PiircuF EGoS. London: John Camden liotten. This is a reprint of a work which fifty years ago had an immense popularity, and which gave rise to the once celebrated dramna of Tomn and Jerry, which had a lengthened run at the Adelphi, Sadler's Yel
July 17, 1870 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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Advertisements & Notices

TO0 THEATRICAL MANAGERS.- TThe following Highly Successful and Popular Dramas, by JAMES ANDERSON, Tragedian, have been placed onthe Unreserved List of the Dramati Authors' Society CLOUD AND SUNSHINE; or, Love's Revenge, THE ROBBERS; or, The Prodigal Son, THE ELDER BROTHER; or, Lo
July 17, 1870 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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Advertisements & Notices

;w - BFRDElEN, THEATRE ROYAL (Lessee anc AIrlnoger. Mr VEJWARD PaRCE), Will IREOPEN for the Winter S,.,seo onl or about the 20th of August next. VACANCIES for a Com STAGE MANAGER, to combine the lleavy Busiaess, First Oh 'ien, Experienced Prompter, to Act, and Two Gentlemen for G
July 17, 1870 - The Era - London, London, England
 
OPENING NIGHT of the NEW QUEEN'S Theatre, Manchester.

OPENING NIGHT of the NEW QUEEN'S Theatre, Manchester.

OPENING NIGHT of the NEW QUIEIN.s Theatre, Manchester. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) This house, which hasnowtakenitsposition as the third place of per manent legitimate theatrical entertainment in Manchester, Opened its doors for the first time on Saturday last, the 5th instant.
November 13, 1870 - The Era - London, London, England