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; TS\1 ALACE-TillS DAY AND NEXT fl ?? El E,. 9 .1:7 1,ilhlsy 17 ?? Concert, Three p.n. tillt siestral lAind, Grand Orgalln &c. l ! ;IicilI Concert by Gleo saul Mladrigal Union. Ize 1 j ?? I Band, GraiSd Organ, &c. todl . * ?? Concert by Glee and Madrigal Union. itartlay Coacerts
February 18, 1872 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE

ORIG-INAL CORRESPONDENCE Tars EDITOR 15 NOT HARMOLESIDL 0 FOR T15 OPINIONS EXPRESSED BY CUIONIRE,"ONDErNT.] The Mcodern Freuch Drama. TO TIlE EDITOR OF TIlE ERA. Sir-Allow cue to tender you the thanks of the British playgoing bliC for tice honest and outspoken article in your las
February 18, 1872 - The Era - London, London, England
 
RE-UNION CLUB.

RE-UNION CLUB.

On Saturday, the 16th instant, ceased to exist tie " ?? Club," held for the last twenty-one years at the Bedford Headl Tavern, Maiden-lane, Covent-garden. Extensive alterations ie t]li neighbourbood, leading to the demolition of the old hostelry, which had been in existence for
November 24, 1872 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"OUR OMNIBUS."

"OUR OMNIBUS."

SOutEIOODY has said that wve are all mad. The dilficulty is to discover the peculiar form the madness takes with each of us. We pity those who happen to be attended by a domestic servant whose pet idiosyncrasy is greediness or gluttony, verging occesionally on petty larceny. Gre
November 24, 1872 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TO LICENSED VICTUALLERS.

TO LICENSED VICTUALLERS.

M:B.RAL ANNUAL LICENSING MEETINGS. St. George, Hanover-square, March 1. * tranlers were ?? Head, North '1io0 st'ary Anita Florenco Dixon to Frederick Dixon. Both- a Ot groolst reet, John Symmonds to James Robert Ray. f011 t lfordOstrect, Bolid-strect, to Martha Clayton, the exec
March 10, 1872 - The Era - London, London, England
 
BILLIARDS

BILLIARDS

A match of 1,000 up, between W. Cook (the Champion) and T. liotorts, jun, the ?? of the former champion, was played on fleeday evenioig last, at St. James's Hall, which resulted in a ilter1 bh Cook by a maljority of 201. TiO tateh wuas appoited at 7 30), but on weighing tho ball
March 10, 1872 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FREEMASONRY.

FREEMASONRY.

F B. E E U A s 0 N R Y. tIASUNS' HALL TAVERN, lMASONS' AVENUE, CIrY. The ableve old-c tablislnd TAVERN is NOW OPENL e Dlecroated., by Br. CHdARLES GOSODE, lete Manager of tile Free- m'troes''a~crfl ompauy. ~vcrV Ac omsdation will he found for Lodges, Chapters, Moti, and other Deg
March 10, 1872 - The Era - London, London, England
 
BARRY SULLIVAN in Scotland.

BARRY SULLIVAN in Scotland.

Barry Sullivan's too brief engagement will terminate on Saturday. to the regret of all lovers of sterling acting and the Shakespearian drama. Since our last notice Mr Sullivan has personated Othello and Sbylock, which characters, with Richard the Third, are well suited for the e
March 10, 1872 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMERICAN THEATRICALS.

AMERICAN THEATRICALS.

(FROMI OUR OWN CooRESPOfDlNT.) NEW YORK, FEBRUARY 19.-The second and last week Of the English Opera Company, under the Management of' Madame Parepa-Rosa, at the ACADEMY Ord Music was inaugurated last Monday by the performance of Zainpa, in which Mr. Santley wade his first appear
March 10, 1872 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

TB. It I C I-l A R 1) y O U N G E' COMEDY COMPANY OF LONDON ARTISTS will Appear ai tlho THEATRE 11OYAL, PLYMOUTH, for Twelve Nights. followv:- SUJNDERiLAND, GLASGOW, ONTYNE NOcirTH SlIIILDS, NEWCASILE. TNh ABRLJIEE, I SHEFFIELD. DUNDEEr~DYU~, itie11e~ 'l liE INI] U R I of CASITE.
March 10, 1872 - The Era - London, London, England