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MADEMOISELLE B EA TR I CE'S jTJ CELEBRATED LONDON CONIEDY-DRAn1A COAIIANY.. 171st Weds. 1,026th, Night. Artists. J. DEWHURST, ANNIE BALDWIN hla FRANK HARVEY, PATt'Y CHAPMIAN, re5 ?? N. WENMAN, AGNES BARNETT, or IH ANDREWS, jKATE FRENCH, WI J. S. WOOD). Mrs ANDRE WS, S( H. BENNETT
June 15, 1873 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Sadler's Wells Theatre in Chancery.

Sadler's Wells Theatre in Chancery.

VICE-C1IIANCLLOR'S COURTS, LIxCOLN'S INN, JUNE 30.-TWO petitions are pending for the winding-np of this concern, which was stated to be an unregistered company-one by shareholders, and the other by a creditor. Mr Ulasse, Q.C., and Mr W. W. Cooper, on behalf of the creditor, now
July 6, 1873 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MR. HOLLINGSHEAD'S STORIES AND ESSAYS.*

MR. HOLLINGSHEAD'S STORIES AND ESSAYS.*

I MR. HOLLINGSHEAD'S STORIES AND I Thousands of persons have enjoyed the admirably-managed performances of the Gaiety Theatre without remembering- perhaps in the majority of instances without even knowing- that Mr John Hollingshead, who knows how to conduct a Theatre as well as a
March 15, 1874 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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USTRALIA.-THE AT RE RO0Y AL, A MIELBOURNE. (Lessees, Messrs IHAiRWOOD and Go.) OPEN ALL THE YEAR ROUND. The ?? First-class Theatre in the Colonies, seatinig over 3,000, and fitted beore. cud behibil the Cm-Cinid in the most elegant and costly manimer. Thle Steele Comlpanly unsufp
March 15, 1874 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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M I S S F A N N Y AD D ISO N ?? J a iti cld of run o, ''ittle Etiyl.V. ?? Slleci'l Etgageseiitet, Alrtioeeo, or Atoiateutr f'et'foiriaiics. :lOYAI, PARI. TITIEATgi ; or, Mr WV. I. Griltls. 1 ISS JOSEPl-l:INE FIDDES, Prince's Theatre, P0sI PORTSMOUTH, Feb. 24th, SiX NiAghts iee g
February 23, 1879 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THLE LONDON MUSIC HA

THLE LONDON MUSIC HA

LLS. THE OXFORD-11W-ithout making aaoything like a guess at the numbers which have throngecd this siageificen t I-lall throughout the hli>day season, we may say that they eave been such as must have exceeded even the most sanguine anticipations of the Management, and that neither
June 7, 1874 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MESSRS. PARRAVICINI

MESSRS. PARRAVICINI

and CORBY\, 1,IHATRICAL, MUSICAL, and GENERAL AGENTS, 4,9, I)U.EESTREEN S'T. JAMES'S, LONDON, S.W. OFFICE lIOURS FROM ELEVEN TILL FOUR; ON SATURDAYS, ELEVEN TILL TWO. NBD. -No Booking Fees nor Preliminary Charges whatever; a fair Commissioln Only Onl businessiactually comnpleted.
June 7, 1874 - The Era - London, London, England
 
;1E LONDON MUSIC HAL

;1E LONDON MUSIC HAL

LS. RO L.-"ull to the bung" was the rather quaint fI iji e,ir a late corner to the Royal expressed his disap- j011 cuiable to find a seat. Whether this visitor came 011ti brew~eriesin the vicinity and unconsciously used a ,61 " "o cnnotsov bu if 1 bing besubstituted b ora ,11 I s
April 20, 1873 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MR AND MRS BARNEY WILLIAMS, after an extended tour of five months in Italy, Prussia, France, and Holland, have arrived in Lon

MR AND MRS BARNEY WILLIAMS, after an extended tour of five months in Italy, Prussia, France, and Holland, have arrived in Lon

AMI AND MRS BARNEY WILLIAMS, after an extended tour of fiv9 months in Italy, Prussia, France, and Holland, have arrived in Us, I _- - - . - - - - - - 1 1 1 1 don. We are pleased to announce the restoration of Mr Williasash health, who, with his estimable wife, will sbortlv commen
February 16, 1873 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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TOHN BRINSMEAD and SONS) GOLD MEDAL PIANOFORTES WERE AWARDED THE GRAND MEDAL OF HONOUR AND DIPLOMA OF MERIT, Philadelphia, 1876. THE GOLD MEDAL, Paris, 1870. THE HIGHEST AWARD, THE GRAND DIPLOMA OF HONOUR, Paris. 18741 LA MEDAILLE D'HONNEUR, Paris 1867. THE PRIZE MEDAL, London, 3
February 25, 1877 - The Era - London, London, England