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THE PANIC ON THE STOCK EXCHANGE.

THE PANIC ON THE STOCK EXCHANGE.

THE PANIO ON THE STOCK EXCHANGE. FRIDAY EvENIrNlG. The panic, which set in last week, so far from being stayed, became more intense at the commencement of the present, and even extended itself to the English Funds, ConsoLs rapidly declin- ing close upon 3 per cent. This cannot be
July 24, 1870 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE.

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE.

oRIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [THE UDITOR IS ZiTT RtSPOTS1BaLE FOR TIER orPMoNS OX'PREs0D By CORIESPONDCNTS.] The Organ Dispute at the Oxford Music Ra. TO THE EDITOR OiF THE ER'ILA. Dear Sir,-My attention has beel called to a special report in Your publicationcof the 14th August, unde
October 2, 1870 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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)-1 ?? EKA ALMIANACK for 1871 is now I ib 1. in preparationl. ll .lVCC~iselteltts and communlcatioas arc reqnested to bo addressed ?? ?? 3, Cathlerilte-otrest, Strand. L DbON' "FROC-FROU" COMPANY. Under the Manrngenient of ,,w[AD EL~lMOSELLE BEAT RI C E. IStige latiagemtcnt under
November 6, 1870 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LITERATURE.

LITERATURE.

L I TR E A T U X B. yilE INNOCENTS ABROAD. By MARKi TWAIN. London, John Camden Hotten. Nark Twain, otherwise Mr. Samuel L. Clemens, is but little in England, excepting through the irresistibly comic history 'The Jumping Frog." The volume now before us will not only ot detract fro
November 6, 1870 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE DRAMA AND THE CHURCH.

THE DRAMA AND THE CHURCH.

THE DRIAIA AND THE CHURCH. A week or two since we had the pleasure of calling the attention of our readers to some sensible and pertinent remarks of the Bishop of hIANCIESTER, in favour of the moral inflaence of a good play as an educational auxiliary, and now we regret to have t
November 6, 1870 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Mr. HENRY J. BYRON at Brighton and Bristol.

Mr. HENRY J. BYRON at Brighton and Bristol.

I fr. HENRy J. BYRON at Brighton and Bristol. fir Byron might found his reputation as an author on this piece. * * Mr Byron's appearance as Pincher was the signal for prolonged applause. This is a very good piece of ?? Herald, October 21)th. It will be seen by this brief sketch t
November 6, 1870 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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RYSTAL PALACE PANTOMIME, GULLIVEJ C -I.nvented and written by H. B. FARNIr. Produced by E. SMuITHI. ?? Percy lloselle, Miss Caroline Parkes, Miss Emmeli Cole, Miss Thirlwall, Messrs. T. H. Friend, Yarnold, &c. Clown, Hat Bloleno. 'To afford opportanity for parties of children and
December 18, 1870 - The Era - London, London, England
 
COURT AND FASHION.

COURT AND FASHION.

WINDSOR CASTLE, DeC. 10. -Her Majesty visited the Countess of Clarendon this morning at The Grove, Watford. Her Majesty travelled by a special train on the Great Western Railway to Kensington, and proceeded via Willesden Junction to Watlord, and returned to Windsor at two o'cloc
December 18, 1870 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

PpeOVINCIAL THTEATRICALS. - ~ (FROM OUR OWNO ittiUeft1. ABEBDEJEIN M'FALAS5 MsicHac.-(anaer, M~r W. J. Halrbon.)-Misa Jsheofl ad r Alert rad's peasnt comnic duets areinbhiglc Mir oil ?? oe aid Olriei poverollielking in Irish duets -si dace' M s.II Deon(vectrlouis),Mr Joe Sawvers
May 9, 1875 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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'HE GENERAL STEAM NAVJGATION T.COMPANY'S STEAM SHIPS leave St. Katherine's Wharf, Lon- don, forOSO Pr HAMB-41URG.-GRANTON, LIBRA, BERLIN, VIRGO, COSO r POLFPAN, ELBA, EARL OF ABERDEEN, end GERMCANIA- Chi April120th and 24th, at 12 neon; end 27th, at i afternoon. Leeftbi, n C2: fo
April 21, 1872 - The Era - London, London, England