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AQUATICS.

AQUATICS.

A Q U A T I C S. Royal Thames Yacht Club. Te race fron Dover to ioulogee and back, for 100 prize, generously by fr C. R. RIticketts, being the proceeds of a handsome paint- tie previeS race, was sailed on ?? by the following:- Yachts Toes. Owners. Gujuivere ?? ?? -Captailn Thellu
June 25, 1871 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SPRING HANDICAP NOTES AND COMING MEETINGS.

SPRING HANDICAP NOTES AND COMING MEETINGS.

SPRING HANDICAP NOTES AND COXING XIEETINRGS. BY "TOUCHSTONE." If tb-e spet decided this wceei lias not been of an exciting tr e ?? il the Turf Macfeet have bordered on thl coqrttiee sild the Grand National especially hls been productive 0en ' 1c Ieioog. t'rilorose. eloa olnco ??
March 5, 1871 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON MUSIC HALLS.

THE LONDON MUSIC HALLS.

OlE OXFORD.-The performances at the Oxford this week love been unusually attractive. Taking the order of the pro- maze which was followed with more exactitude upon the grasiol'of stir visit than is usual with Music Hall programmes, we w ore first i troduced to Mr Juian, the comi
June 9, 1872 - The Era - London, London, England
 
EPSOM SUMMER MEETING.

EPSOM SUMMER MEETING.

EPSODI SU]![DER 1tERTING. The Stumimer Meeting on Epsom Downs woas inaugurated on TVESDAY in splendid weather, which caused the attendance to be quite up to the average of former years. Amongst the principal supporters of the Turf present we noticed Prioce ttatthyany, Prince Solt
June 2, 1872 - The Era - London, London, England
 
The INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION at DUBLIN.

The INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION at DUBLIN.

The INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION at UBLIN The arrangements for the grand Inauguration of the Exhibition at the Crystal Palace in Dublin are in such an advanced condition that one almost hopes to see the unusual sight of an Exhibition being perfect on the opening day. However, there s
June 2, 1872 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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TOWN EDITION.

TOWN EDITION.

TOW N EDI TION. THE ERA OFFICE, SUNDAY, TwO A.M. LATEST FOREIGN, (REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.) SPAIN. MADRID, MAT 31 (EVeNLNXG).-In to-day's sitting of the Con- gress, a vote of censure on the President of the Congress was proposed and supported by Senor Castelar, on account of the dis-
June 2, 1872 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PURITANICAL INTOLERANCE.

PURITANICAL INTOLERANCE.

Once more have the wiseacres of the Clerkenwell Bench exhibited to an astonished world their incapacity and their intolerance. Before these words meet the eyes of our readers all London will have learned, and learned with indignation, that the sapient decision of the "great unpa
October 8, 1871 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMERICAN THEATRICALS.

AMERICAN THEATRICALS.

AMIE ICAN THE AT 1 ICA L St (8o5m OUB oWN CORIMISDOUND3NT.) NEW YORK, SEre. 18.-Dir. and Mrs. Bandiriann brought their engagement to a close at the GRAND OPEi;RA HoUStE oi Saturday evening, the 16th. On Thursday Dir Bandinaun took his benefit, acid played Shylock in l/se Uierc/sn
October 8, 1871 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FREEMASONRY.

FREEMASONRY.

E B, BE E A 0 ON X Y. !O1ASONS' 1HALLI, V R MASONS' AVENUE, CITYo Newly The aboveo oldestauhlsbd TAVER Eist NOWV OPEN,Nel Decorated, by Br. CHARLES GOSDEN, late Manager of tile Free- mecorasons Tavern Conssaay. Every .eeOmodatiae1 will be (osnd for matsolus' Tavern Coou)3uY- )0el
October 8, 1871 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AUTUMN FASHIONS.

AUTUMN FASHIONS.

AUTUIN FASHIONS. There is no very startling novelty about the autumni teiettes, either in colour or form (say Le F'ollet for October). '[he dillerence from those lately worn consists more in modlficatiotts and improve- ments adapted to the thicker materials now requisite. These a
October 8, 1871 - The Era - London, London, England