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TO LICENSED VICTUALLERS.

TO LICENSED VICTUALLERS.

TO IMENSED' YICTUALLERS. Justices' Justice. At the Edmonton Licensing Mleetin)g, onl Tuesday last, Mkr Leighiton, btewver, of Finohley, applied f or a transfer of the licence to the Plouigh, Southigate, rice MNr Arnold, who hoad gone to America. Tics Chairan, F. Newsam, Es,e havn
March 8, 1874 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE SPORTSMAN'S GAZETTE.

THE SPORTSMAN'S GAZETTE.

T'HE SPORTSMAN'S GAZETTE. THE SPRING HANDICAPS AND THE CROYDON MEETING. By "TOUCHSTONE." The sport at the Grand National Hunt Meeting did not come uip to the expectations formed respecting it, and one cause of the small fields was the course, which was of too " stif " a character
March 8, 1874 - The Era - London, London, England
 
NEW MUSIC.

NEW MUSIC.

NEW M:uISIC. |From Messrs Boosey and Co. :-'Tis not the Tear of Grief, by Alexander Reichardt; The Golden Shore, by Alfred Scott Gatty; Fickle Annette, by the same composer ; The Carrier Dove, by F. Cowen; Jack's Farewell, by J. L. Molloy; Don't be Sorroweful, Darling, Molloy.-He
March 8, 1874 - The Era - London, London, England
 
COMPLIMENTARY BENEFIT TO MR. BENJAMIN WEBSTER.

COMPLIMENTARY BENEFIT TO MR. BENJAMIN WEBSTER.

COMPLIMEN'Av fRlv NEFIT TO IR; ]BENDAIXMIN WEBSTER. The Woes ory of that oft-appealed-to individualknowr as the eldest playgoer may be taxed, but taxed in vain, to recall many >(enos similar to that witnessed at "Old Dirury" on Monday iast, on the occasion of the complimentary be
March 8, 1874 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE THEATRE ROYAL, DUBLIN.

THE THEATRE ROYAL, DUBLIN.

This Theatre is once more about to change hands, and, for the first time in its history, its Proprietor leaves it a happy and prosperous man. The 'Theatre was built in the year 1820, by Mr Henry Harris, formerly of Covent-garden Theatre, and replaced the old Theatre Royal in Cro
March 8, 1874 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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TOPICS OF THE WEEK.

TOPICS OF THE WEEK.

The Court remains at Windsor, where on Monday Mr. DISRAELI had an audience at a Council held by the QUEEN. The Prince and Princess of WALES returned to town on Thursday, and on Friday visited the QUEEN at Windsor. The Duke and Duchess of EDIN- BURGH arrived at Berlin on Monday,
March 8, 1874 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE DRAMA IN AMERICA.

THE DRAMA IN AMERICA.

THE DRAMA IN AMTRICA. (PROs OUR OW: CORRESPONDENT.) NEW YORK, FEBRUARY 18. -The only novel incident of the dramatic weeki inl this city is thie ippeiarance of Mr G. F. Rowe's nesr play of Leatherstolkiiid at NIeLsO'S GARDEN. This drama was brought out on the 16th, and was seen by
March 8, 1874 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE DRAMA IN PARIS.

THE DRAMA IN PARIS.

D RA M A IN PARIS. *4vlox oUR owN CORRESPONDENT.) PARIS, TIIURSDAY.-OPERA CofnQuE.-The obstacles that beset the path of an unknown composer are so well known that to enlarge upon them here is needless. To test the merits of a new opera by a "'prentice hased" it must be put in reh
March 8, 1874 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

WANTED, for Mdlle. Beatrice's London Comnedy T Drama Company, to join March 5ist, FIRST WALEIN LADY, to share Juvenies. Also Lady for Chambermaids and Boys' Parts. Must be young and pretty. Cartes indispensable. Please to state lowest terms and references. Address, Mdlle BEATRIce
March 8, 1874 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON MUSIC HALLS.

THE LONDON MUSIC HALLS.

THE LONDON MIUSIC hALLS. THE CANTrERBURY-1.Hre novelty is always to be fothl," Mr Johnson, the popular Maniager, sparingnetrtouenrepns to please his patrolls. 'Ihe company just tiew includes Mr Joe Bashall and IMiss Ly dia Fraser, whose dluologoe sketches never fail to afford aln
March 8, 1874 - The Era - London, London, England