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CHESS.

CHESS.

CH ES S. To Correspondentfsi A1 ?? to be directed h THE EaA, 49, Wellington.stroot, Strand, London. WV. J. N. 9.-The best thing for yon to do with all year attempts at Chega problem making for a year to come Is to throw them in the fire, After that probation, tundying meantime th
February 23, 1873 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"The PET DOVE" at the Crystal Palace.

"The PET DOVE" at the Crystal Palace.

"The PET DOVS" at the Crystal Palace. A novelty was offered. to the Crystal Palace visitors on Tuesday last in the shape of Gounod's opera The Pet Dove. The music of this opera comique, which is in two acts, is of much greater interest than the story upon which it is founded, the
September 25, 1870 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TOWN EDITION.

TOWN EDITION.

_OWN E D I T I ON. THE ERA OFFICE, SuornDAY, Two AX. THE WAR,. YESTERDAY'S TELEGRAMS. THE NEGOTIATIONS FOR PEACE. THE GERMAN TERMS OF ARMISTICE DECLINED BY FRANuE. The negotiations of Count Bismarck and M. Favre have ended definitely. We learn on the highest authority that the Fr
September 25, 1870 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

THEATRE ROYAL, CROYDON. ~AANTED, FIRST SINGING CHAMBERMAID, TV Juvenile Lady, :Walking Lady, Good in Burtlesque; Several erlque and Ballet Ladies, Gent for Second Heavies, Property Men. Application personally, J. D. SOLOMON, PrOerietOr. i TON plcase communicate. PRINCE OF W-LES T
September 25, 1870 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FREEMASONRY.

FREEMASONRY.

F R ED EN A SO N R Y. MASONS' HALL TAVERN, MASONS' AVENUE, CITY. The above old-established TAVERN is NOW OPEN, Newly Decorated, by Br. CHARLES GOSDEN, late Manager of the Free- masons' Tavern Cocspany. Every Accoinmodation will be foand for Lodges, Chapters, Mark, and other Degre
September 29, 1872 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON MUSIC HALLS.

THE LONDON MUSIC HALLS.

THE LONDON MUSIG HALLS. THE ?? new conenrs at this elegant Hall are Mdlleso. Jennie and Lila, the Brothers Tabra, Miss May Halt, and Cairte. To begin at the'end we may remind our readers that Carts is called the "DVemon of Mlusic.", W hy we know not. He is attired as a Clown, but
September 29, 1872 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Miss ADA WARD'S DRAMATIC COMPANY.

Miss ADA WARD'S DRAMATIC COMPANY.

Miss ADA WARD'S DRAMATIC COMPANY A short series of performances by Miss Ads Ward's dramatic company rommencesld on Tuesday Ilat, at St. George's Hall, which wta al densely h crwed that ma could net find standing room. The entertainments began with the camdliette.l, as Mdc bthrno,
September 29, 1872 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE

cTEE EDITOR 1ST RESPONIBULE FOP. THE U30S 3XPRESSE BY "The Favourite of Fortune." TO TILE EDITOR 0OF TilE ERlA. Sir -Your Edinburgh corrcspondeet is mistaken when hie says t~lat The Favoosrite of Fiortune has never before been acted there. I sw thle piece at tho Theatre Rowyal i
September 29, 1872 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LIVERPOOL NOTES AND THE SHREWSBURY MEETING.

LIVERPOOL NOTES AND THE SHREWSBURY MEETING.

LIVmpOL NOTES AND THE SHREWSBURY | IBE TING. By "TOUCHSTONE." lid thle Meeting at Aintrec been a four instead of a six days' meit citoy be questioned if it would icot liave been as great a a ce'ss p ceciiciary sc or, fei the speculators in the R preilsin ceI niglet realdily have
November 12, 1871 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THEATRICALS AT MELBOURNE.

THEATRICALS AT MELBOURNE.

THEATRICALS AT MELBOURNE, (From the Ielbouvore Ar qns, Sept. 9th, 1871.) TiE theatrical news of the month is rather barren of incident, The principal performances at the TlEATOOI; ROYAL have been Leak, The Hleart of Ji~d-Lothian, East Lynne, and Arrs/rh-na- Pogue. The last-mentio
November 12, 1871 - The Era - London, London, England