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Mr. and Mrs. ROUSBY.

Mr. and Mrs. ROUSBY.

(From the Nottingthain Gaord an, Nov. 17th, 1871.) The performances for the benefit of Mrs Rousby, last evening, attracted the most crowded and enthusiastic audience of the season. Every part of the house was filted to overflowing, and the occasion will long be remembered as one
November 26, 1871 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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Advertisements & Notices

R-1EAT WVESTERN RAILWAY.- GOn SAkTURDAYS, September 9th, 10th, 23d, and 90tb, Excursion NV ill lcave Paddingtorn at 7140 cud Reading, 8,46 n~m., for TCORIOSIHEAD, Ilfracombe,moid Lynimeeth (cia Bristolacud Pertinbend). pOT For Fares end full particulars see Handbills. pn~ddiatlal
September 10, 1871 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"A SQUEAK" from "THE STABLE MOUSE."

"A SQUEAK" from "THE STABLE MOUSE."

All round my leat, Mr. Editor, I wear at the present moment, Sir, a piece of jet black crepe, by way of sign and svmbol of deep mourning for a King. Alas! poor Air. Mlerry!-whoel will your threo year old ill-luck terminate ? It, however, is useless to sigh for thc dead, either b
September 10, 1871 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON MUSIC HALLS.

THE LONDON MUSIC HALLS.

VIE LONDON MUSIC HALLS. SjT.During the last fortnight an alteration has been made in the list of performances at Mr. Williams's comfortable Hall. The change has been carefully made, and, as it introduces some clever ?,lsa0iers, must prove an additional attraction for the numerous
December 3, 1871 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Victoria Railway Terminus.

Victoria Railway Terminus.

Victoria Railway Teminaus. Mr. Editor.-Sir,-Victoria Railway Terminus is a part of the Metropolis much frequented by the public thercof, seelag that there are no less than four Railway Companies startillg their tralns from, and of course bringiug tcleir passenger traffic to, this
December 3, 1871 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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Fatal Accident at Adams's Circus, Bolton.

Fatal Accident at Adams's Circus, Bolton.

Oa Saturday forenoon, :1h iost., a lamentable acekidnt, resulting in the death of two men and serious injury to five others, occurred at Adams's Circus, in course of erection in the wiholesale market at Bolton. The build- ing, which is in the formnof a parallelogrami, is of wood
March 12, 1871 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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Advertisements & Notices

SKETCHES OF ODD PEOPLE. G RACE EGERTON (Mirs. George Case) and M Afr GEORGE CASE lonve commenced tbeir Autumnal Tour, tc for next week -July 31st, BRIDI-INGTON QUAY; August 1st, Spa. Seurboro'; 2d end 4th, Hfarrogate: 3d, Knaresboro'. till shortly produce an entirely New Entertai
July 30, 1871 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AQUATICS.

AQUATICS.

A Q U A T I 0 B. Nigh Water at London Bridge. JULTY 30 morning I min.past 12 afternoon 35 min.past 12 31 . .6. 1. 35 ..1 AUGt I ?? 1 1. 2. 27 .. 2 2. 3 , . ?? ?? 3.,, 39 ?? 3. .. 0 . ?? 4. 22 ?? 41 . 4 ?? .5 23 ?? Junior Thames Yacht Club. Mr J. Llmbert, ot the Fairlie cutter, an
July 30, 1871 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ROYAL VISIT TO DUBLIN.

THE ROYAL VISIT TO DUBLIN.

TRE ROYAL ViSIT TO DUBLIN. (PROM OUR OWN CORIRESPONDET.) The ?? for the reception of H.RI!. the Prince of WaRles, 1-1.H. Prince Arthur, H? H.- the Princess Louise and the Mlarquis of Lorne, ha0d H.R.rl. the Duke of Cambridge are iow all bet completed. At the Cnrlisle Picr, Kingst
July 30, 1871 - The Era - London, London, England
 
NEW MUSIC.

NEW MUSIC.

N1EW KUSIC. Six Songs. Words by John Ellison, music by J. E. Mallandaine.- The first of these songs is entitled Cupid hath a Sad Repute, and is a canzonet in 2-4 time, in the key of E major. It is by no means a bad song for the drawing-room. The next is The Spring Beneath the Wil
July 30, 1871 - The Era - London, London, England