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Mr. and Mrs. BANDMANN'S BENEFIT.

Mr. and Mrs. BANDMANN'S BENEFIT.

Xr. and Xrs. BANDDIANN'S BENEFIT. Mr. and Mrs. Baudmann have, as our readers are aware, delighted goed andiences at this establishment for many weeks past. In Norcisae they renewed their acquaintance with the Len- den public, but Mr. Ten ayler's new drama Dead or Alive has brough
September 15, 1872 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON MUSIC HALLS.

THE LONDON MUSIC HALLS.

THE SOUTH LO~NDON.-The sensatiofl at this establishment during the week hlas been furnished by ''The Hecro of' London- bridge'" MrJ. B. Johnson, whose natatery skill has mode his noose famouls throughout Enrisrd. Th South Ledni1 aae and not a pond; consequeatly, any of' our read
September 15, 1872 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE VAUDEVILLE CLUB.

THE VAUDEVILLE CLUB.

TIHE VAUDEVILLE CLUB. The fifty-fourth performance lby the memibers of the Vaude- ville Club took place l Wednesday evening, at the Lecture Hall, Carter-street Walworth. The 'Vaildevillialls have lndoibtedly eucceeded in attracting attention over the water, for, when we reached t
December 2, 1877 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CHESTER RACES.

CHESTER RACES.

TUMSDAY, Nhay 10. A Splendid ?? ushered in the first day of the Isthimian gamnes on1 the Rhoodee, and a large number of persons aesembled on the Courec to -witness the early gallops of the Cheoter Cup candidates, and of those that put in an appearalce Sabinus, Cherie, Wild Flowe
May 15, 1870 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THEATRICAL LITIGATION.

THEATRICAL LITIGATION.

- ROLLS COURT, MAY 11. DEAR V. WVEBSTER -This was a summons adjourned into court by the defendants to vary the certificate of the Chief Clerk, who had decided certain points ill favour of the plaintiffs. The suit related to accounts, under an agreement made in ?? 1861 between Mr
May 15, 1870 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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THE "BATS" DRAMATIC CLUB.

THE "BATS" DRAMATIC CLUB.

THIE 'BATS" D)RAMATIC CLUB. WVhat's in a lisaue? The title of the above ciub mayat first, however, seem to have little counection with anythir, dramatic, or wois it that we ourselves waere blind as "bats9 and could not sue its appropriateness ? While neoditating upon this deep my
November 17, 1878 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MUSICAL COPYRIGHT.

MUSICAL COPYRIGHT.

In the Conmmon Pleas Division, on November 9th, before Ar Justice Grove and MIr Justice Denman, Dir Cl. H. Timners applied on behalf of AMr Adams for anl ordel to vary two entries at Statinners' Hall rutle bY hessrs HUrtuhings and homer, mumic pnblishers, in cannectioll with tir
November 17, 1878 - The Era - London, London, England
 
RACING NOTES AND FUTURE EVENTS.

RACING NOTES AND FUTURE EVENTS.

Bromley produced bettex Spest t~i, Clieltenbaam, aid it would seers after :Ill that Dcic sissr is It bad time to hold the Midland Mecting. The best aisxmals amllolngst the Cheltenihamn entries were llot allowed to contend, aud at Bromley plating was the ordler of the twa days, t
December 17, 1876 - The Era - London, London, England
 
BOUQUETS AND BORES.

BOUQUETS AND BORES.

Lit must often have been noticed that the Dramatic Profession generally suffers overmuch from the injudicious flattery of its friends. The very faults selected for harsh criticism by the osiuticle world are, when thoroughly examined, found to have an origin, not in the vanity of
March 7, 1875 - The Era - London, London, England
 
DERBY STEEPLE CHASES and HURDLE RACES

DERBY STEEPLE CHASES and HURDLE RACES

DERBY STEEPLE CHASES and. HURDLE RACES- Tuesday, Xarch 14. This Meeting, through clashing with the Croydon fixtrre, caused many of the London division to be absent, but nevertheless, the holiday folks assembled in strong force despite the heavyrain which prevailed just as the bus
March 19, 1871 - The Era - London, London, England