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B A T E MA N 'S A PROVINCIAL TOUR. THEATRE ROYAL, DUBLIN, October Dth. TrHATRE ROYAL, BELFAST, October 2Sd. TIIEATIE ROYAL, MANCHESTER, October 30th. THEATRE ROYAL, BRIGU'ION, November 13th. THEATRE ROYAL, BRISTOL, November 27th. AD E AlISEL LE; IBEATItICE'S LONDON " FROU-FROU "
October 8, 1871 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ROYAL CALEDONIAN HUNT and KELSO RACES.

ROYAL CALEDONIAN HUNT and KELSO RACES.

I I Tuesday, October 3. The opening day of this Meeting was very unfavourable for the sport, rain falling nearly all the thiee nevertheless there was a good attendance. The principal event of the afternoon, the Roxburghe Handicap, brought out eleven runners, and was secured by t
October 8, 1871 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON MUSIC HALLS.

THE LONDON MUSIC HALLS.

THE LONDON MUSIC HALLS, MIETftOPOLITAN -Throut the sudden illness of one of the members of the troupe, the De Colmars, who were expected to make their first appearance here on Monday last, did not do so. The patrons of the place who attended on that evening found, how- ever, that
October 8, 1871 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A NEW OPERA at READING.

A NEW OPERA at READING.

A NW OPERA at READING. "The Wreck of the Argosy." On Tuesday Mr. W. H. Birch's new operetta The Wreck of tile Argosy was produced at the Town Hall. Remembering his previous perettaa, Mrrnis Men of ?? Forest, Ktrfinre, and LveleeOO,. we decidedly think this an advance on those pro
October 8, 1871 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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Advertisements & Notices

ROYAL SADLER'S WELLS THEATRE. Open for the Season, Saturday, October, the 2ot. JAN TED, an ACT'ING8 MANAGER. Also, a X\t Finished Pqeseics'e Drtnserete. Mr Belton requests that stlenee will be accepted ns a petite nlegative, 3, from pressure of business all cannot, he answered wh
October 8, 1871 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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I-LATRE ROYAL, DRURY-LANE. - T Sole Lasscn and Manager, Mr F. B. MCrIlegTeRTOrmNt e 'It FreList suspended TriamphltitSucceoss Mornin P~,eefr~ce Cat Thursday, November 9th. Dooee open M falf-pas ' comm rnty at Two. On. Monday Evening next aned during the week, Her Maot' T At Serva
October 22, 1871 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MI SS ISABELLE ARMOU

MI SS ISABELLE ARMOU

TR, an HI4RI n" BIpheger "at thle IIOLBORN RAE M ias lI. MRIincer Beflle bie'h etor lice ri onlanimnt of ten- Miss en Ar 'oer horueich to tlhe part i ercall in comp, ny with Mr t Me 'l 5iss Arinour's aciting dlernets and pathsos hicli provoked 'fle't c ?? SwiNe1bonere, at the coc
October 22, 1871 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MISS DOT ROBINS.—This young lady, the daughter of Mr. Joseph Robins, the comedian, has been engaged by Mr. John

MISS DOT ROBINS.—This young lady, the daughter of Mr. Joseph Robins, the comedian, has been engaged by Mr. John

OAMs DoT RoINs.-T]is young lady, the daughter of Mr. | Joseph Robins, the comedian, ias been engaged by MIr. Johin Knowvles, of the Theatre Royal, Manchester, where she will shortly make her appearance. ROYAL ALFRiED TIIEATrz.-Mr. Charles Harcourt will not devote his season entir
October 1, 1871 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Opening of the New Theatre Royal, Belfast.

Opening of the New Theatre Royal, Belfast.

Opening of the New Theatre Royal, Belfast, This buildiag was opened on Alonday, the 25th ult. There are two fronts, one-the principal onie-it Arther-square, and another iao Castle- lane, The house is built entirely of brick, with stone dressings. On the ground floor in front of t
October 1, 1871 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FREEMASONRY.

FREEMASONRY.

FREEMA BSNRY. M ASONS' H ALL T AVE RN, MlASONS' AVENUE,, CITY. Thle above old-establielted 'TAVERN Is NOW OPEN, Newly Decorated, by Br. CHARLLES GOSDEN. late Manager of the Free- masons' Tavern Company. Every Accommodation will be found for Lodges, Chapters. Mark, and other Degre
October 1, 1871 - The Era - London, London, England