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T HE GENERAL STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANrYs STEAM SHIPS leave St. Katherine's Wharf, London, or HAMBURG-From off St. Katherine's Steam Wharf.-Every Wed- nesday and Saturday morning.-GRANTON, LIBtA, BERLIN, EARL OF AB ERDEENCOSMOPOLITAN, METROPOLITAN, GERMANIA, and FORrH. April 16th,
April 17, 1870 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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OMENTOUS, MYSTICAL, AND MUSICAL 11 EASTER ENTERTAINMENTS. - SAND AND THE SUEZ CANAL (a momentous question), by Professor Pepper; with curious sand Experiments and Dioramic Illuatrations.-Novel Musical Entertain- uent, by George Buokland, Esq. (Myatical and Spectral), entitled, TH
April 17, 1870 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"INTELLIGENT" POLICEMEN.

"INTELLIGENT" POLICEMEN.

" INTELLIGENT," POLIcEmS. We have more than once called the attention of our readers to the peculiar stolidity of the Police, and the little use they appear to be, excepting for the purpose of annoying respectable Licensed Vic- tuallers and their customers under the colourable pr
April 17, 1870 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

(FROM OUR OWN CORtRESPONDENTS.) ABERDARE. TIIOPESRANOO IALt.-The company from tbo Thoatre Royal, Cardiff, has been bore during tho last week, anid appeared is several -pieces 11 W to an Aberdare audience, viz., The Watercessa Girl, Eugeflie; or, the Bosoln Friencl, Red Lump, Tur
August 7, 1870 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON THEATRES.

THE LONDON THEATRES.

THE LONDON TREATUES. There has been no special dramatic novelty produced during the week, except at the PRINCESS'S, which has received a distinct notice in another place, and the various Theatres of the Metropolis may be generally referred to as most satisfactorily sharing in the
March 13, 1870 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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YORK SPRING MEETING.

YORK SPRING MEETING.

YORK SPRING KEIETING. TUESDAY, May 17. There was a good attendance on tse Enavesmirb on the first day of the Spring fixture, but the sport was not up to the average of forier years, the Great Northern Handicap, the principal race of the Meeting, only bringing out four ?? Jones, T
May 22, 1870 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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C gySTAL PALACE.-The 9ROUNDS now most Enjoyable. The Gardens radiant Wi7, flowers. Next Week's Arrmigetflnend Th"raday -Iandegger's Comic OPOeta, "'The Rival Teesday uncautieB," Miss Elena Angele, Miss Edlst Wynne, Mr Cummings, Mr Maybrick, and Full Orchestra. Friduy.Eacursion fr
May 22, 1870 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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PRINCE OF WALES THEATRE, GLASGOW. A N T E D, an ENTIRE COMPANY. State ti explicitly lowest terms and business. Silence a negative. Slowly recovering; thanks for inquiries. Address, F. BELTON. P-rinlce of Wales Theatre, Birmingha.ii . i~mauger,MrJ DeS) WANTED, SOLO and SECOD CORNE
February 20, 1870 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Willesden Junction Summer Garden.

Willesden Junction Summer Garden.

This place consists of about forty acres of grass-land, situated between the North-Western and Great Western Railways, at a distance of six miles from Londou. The site is elevated, and com- mands an extensive view of the surrounding country. It has been fenced in. and numerous w
July 17, 1870 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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H 1EATRE ROYAL, HAYMARKET,- TThin (Saturday) Evening BENEFIT and Laot Appearase of Mrs SCOTT-SIDDONS. First Time thcse Fifteen Years, KING RENE'S D)AUGHII'2TER Ilahnthe (first time in London), Mrs Scott-Siddona. To bo followed by THE HONEYMOON. Juliana, Mrs Scott-Siddons, On Mond
July 17, 1870 - The Era - London, London, England