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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE.

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE.

[riTE EDITOR IS NOT. lE'PONSIBLE FOr. TRE OPIrIO~s EXPRES5ED BY CORiESPONDENTe.] Her Majesty's Theatre. TO TuE EDITOR OF THE ERA. Sir,-In 1867 Her Majesty's Theatre was destroyed by fire. There was a considerable sumn available from insurance to meet the contingency. Though rebu
March 8, 1874 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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mHEATRE ROYAL, HAYMARKET.- In consequence of prior arrangeSoents, Mr Y. S. Gilbert's Play Of CHARITY can only be performed six Nights more. On Meonday Next and during the Nek, at Seven, EASY SHAVING. At 7a4N (last time but Five)"Mr Gilbert's New Play of CHARITY. Characters by. Me
March 8, 1874 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LONDON BALLAD CONCERTS.

LONDON BALLAD CONCERTS.

LONDON BALLAD CONCI,?T. The concert of Wednesday last, at St. James's Hall-the last bat two of the soeies -was far more interesting thanA the preceding one, having the advantageof Mr Santley's assistance. The popular baritone sang fist one of his most charming, songs, Wallace's "
March 8, 1874 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TOWN EDITION.

TOWN EDITION.

THE ERA OFFICE, 1.sUNay, TWO A.M. YESTERDAY'S TELEGRAMS. YOUR DAYS' LATER NEWS FROM SIR GARNET WOLSELEY.-BURNING OF COOMASSIB.-FLIGHT ,OF THE KING. .Despatches were yesterday mo~rning received by the Secre- 12acy of State for War fro mMajor-General Sir G. J. W~olseley, K.a.M.G.,
March 8, 1874 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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M ESSRS. PARRAVICINI and CORBYN, THEATRICAL, MUSICAL, and GENERAL AGENTS, 49, DUKE-STREET, ST. JAMES'S, LONDON, S.)V. OFFICE HOURS FROM ELEVEN TILL FOUR; ON SATURDAYS, ELEVEN TILL TWO. N.B. -No Booking Fees nor Preliminary Charges whatever; a fair Commission only on business actu
March 8, 1874 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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MADEMOISELLE BEARC CELEBRATED LONDON COMEDY.DRAMSA COMPANY. 211th Week. 1,266th Night. Messrs Artists. MesdSame J. DEWHURST EMjMA ROBBERDS FRANK HARVEY PATTY CHAPMAN J. _ 41TEREDWRDS MARY FOLEY J. ANDEREDWAS D EVERSFIELD H. BENDNETT JULIA HOWARD H. BENWOTT AiMrs ANDREWS G.S.LAWOO
March 8, 1874 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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ILE. NITA D E CASTRO,! D THE IlE ROYAL, EOLBORN, ThEA' Every Evening. -J U LIA :M AT H fEW S, r1bS oted by Mr C. CALVFERT, for Pr.INCE'S THEATRE, MANCHESTER. Every Evening, Opera or Opera-Boufe. 1s,0SE A IE (formerly known as Miss t Pupil of Mon Grossez, Conservatoire Imperial, P
April 6, 1873 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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rp HE (rENERAL STEAM NAVIGATION I COMPANY'S STEAM SIIPS lease fron, of St. Katherines Wharf, London, for HANIBURG-Every Wednesday and Saturday.-April 50', at S morn- ing; Oth, at 12 noon ; and 12th, at 1 afternoon. Chief cabin. 2; fore, H.AVRr-Every Thursday.-Apuil 10th, at 9 cor
April 6, 1873 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MASKELYNE and COOKE.

MASKELYNE and COOKE.

MASKELYNE and COOIKE. These " Royal" illusionists gave the first of a series of entertain- ments at St. James's Hall, on Tuesday afternoon, to an audiencsby no means so numerous as could have been desired, seeing that the performances were of a very extraordinary character. Meass
April 6, 1873 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON THEATRES.

THE LONDON THEATRES.

TrE LONDON TREATREB. xpart from those variations of a programme which ' ,, their due recognition in a distinct place, the h.',>3,latjc proceedings of the week may be briefly dis- , Seld If. on Monday DRURY-LANE THEATRE closed 3or the winter dramatic season, when the benefit of Mr
April 6, 1873 - The Era - London, London, England