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THE ROYAL ACADEMY.

THE ROYAL ACADEMY.

THE ROYAL ACADEEY. SECOND NOTICE. A second view of the pictures at the Royal Academy confirms our impression that, aa a whole, the worka exhibited are below the average standard of excellence. At tha came time there are many picturas, particularly in the landscepa dapartment, whi
May 21, 1871 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FREEMASONRY.

FREEMASONRY.

F R E Di A 8 0 N R Y. 2H A S O N S' H A L T A V E R N, MASONS' AVENUE, CITY. The above old-cstablisbed TAVERN is INOW` OPEN, Newly l)ecorated, by Br. CHARLES GOSDiEN, late MBanager of the Frec- rasones' Tavern Company. Every Acommlcaodationt will be found for Lodges, Chapters, Me
November 26, 1871 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TOWN EDITION.

TOWN EDITION.

TOWN EDIT ION. THE ERA OFFICE, SLTND.AY, TwVO A.5I. JY~. HARIA1Y nOLER1O'S "Parewell Benefit.-- Drury-lane (YesterdayAfrno . Hrry Boleno, " a fellow of infinite jest," yesterday bade farewell to tbe stage at a gran d moring performance at Drury lane glean * his honour. Htarry-br
November 26, 1871 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LEWES RACES.

LEWES RACES.

Friday, August 4. ng As usual, the patrons of the two previous Sussex Aleetng Mehowed numerously at Lewe~s this afternoon, and there was a very large general company to witness the sport, which was of an aversge character, the strongest fields comning fortlh for the Selling Plat
August 6, 1871 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"OUR OMNIBUS."

"OUR OMNIBUS."

'SOUR O~INIBUS." Tune affair on Wanstead Flats by the merest accident in the world turned out a very insignificant affair but it is Werth Iwhe looking into the whole circusostances of the case, for ihe sake of showing how one little spark will Very often result l a serious con- f
July 23, 1871 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON THEATRES.

THE LONDON THEATRES.

THE LONDON TIHEATRE& The ROYAL ITALIAN OPERA, COVENT-GARDEN, closes this evening (Saturday), and with this week the ST. JAMES'S will also bring its season to an end, the closing performances being Mllilky White and the burlesque of Poll and Partner Joe. The HAYMARrKET continues t
July 23, 1871 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

G ET~Y.-Mr. HOLLINGSHEAD begs to inform ue Public that be tnas placed his Theatre, for Four Weeks, at the dposal at Mr WALTER MONTGOMERY, whis will give a few repre- se3atioma of that Hdigher Drama for which Playgoers, if we are to believe certain recent speeches, are supposed to
July 23, 1871 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

ALL ROUND THE WORLD AND HOME AGAIN. ?? E;('rERTON ?? George Case) an, ( Mr GEOR>GE CASE, after a Six Years' Absence and successfi Tou 50 ttrd the World, are now ~is To-Nirlht(MoyYltb) at the QUEEN'S HALL, LIVERPOOL, andunt GFORGr C.SE, Garden Cottage, Now Malden, Surrey. ~I AD E
May 14, 1871 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CHESS.

CHESS.

C H E S S. To Correspondents. All comrimunicationt s to be directed to THE EuA, a, Cetheritle-street, Strand, London. JOIrTX CHILD (Bradford)-Your netices. are, ns usual, much too late. To us wbo publish Inte in tile week they may be in time, but to papers which go to press early
May 14, 1871 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MISS FLORENCE ASHTON'S CONCERT.

MISS FLORENCE ASHTON'S CONCERT.

MIISS FLORR NCE ASHTON'S CONCEI~r. Os, Wednesday evening Miss Florence Ashton gave an evesina concert at the Victoria flall, Bayswater, which was vell attenrdedf the programme, however, contained little novelty, and was in sorn, respects open to unlavouraule criticism. As an inst
December 17, 1871 - The Era - London, London, England