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THE DAY

THE DAY

Nightly hailed with the mo**t vociferous applause, and recalled eight nine times at each appearance METROPOLITAN SUN PALACE. SAM COLLINS’ Unequalled in their line for style, ease and finish.” —Vide “Era,” “Entr’Acte,” “Licensed Victuallers’ Guardian,” “Advertiser,” “Sunday Times
April 6, 1872 - London and Provincial Entr'acte - London, London, England
 
SPECIMEN COPT FREE.

SPECIMEN COPT FREE.

LONDON: ROBERT DAVEY, 1, BOUSET-STREET, FLEET-STREET. BOLTON SUPERIOR PROFESSIONAL LODGINGS, ACKNOWLEDGED AND KECOMMENDKD I'.Y TflE elite the i'rofeesiun 01 rooms), can in advaace, if required, by whlinir to the Pianist. MUSEUM, BOLTON. Residence, 12, Tipping-square, off Fold’s-
April 6, 1872 - London and Provincial Entr'acte - London, London, England
 
gfusiral Critic

gfusiral Critic

July 6, 1872 - London and Provincial Entr'acte - London, London, England
 
Leggett, LL E N ANOLO-AMKRICAN AND DAN Or- ARTISTES, MOORE AND UUROESS’S MINSTRELS (Late C'hriity Minstrel?}, BT. JAMES’S HALL, l’l

Leggett, LL E N ANOLO-AMKRICAN AND DAN Or- ARTISTES, MOORE AND UUROESS’S MINSTRELS (Late C'hriity Minstrel?}, BT. JAMES’S HALL, l’l

CCA DILL T, NIGHTLY, In Selection* from their Entertainment, BOUQUET MELODY. THE I’UEMIEKE SOPRANO OE THE MISS MARIAN WEBSTER ConcludesJUDD’S CONCERT HALL, BIRMINGHAM. Monday next, July Ist; LONDON PAVILION, SUN, METROPOLITAN. Arranged by Chahlkb Robxbts, 5, York-road, Lambeth.
July 6, 1872 - London and Provincial Entr'acte - London, London, England
 
THE ENTR’ACTE.

THE ENTR’ACTE.

Metropolitan music hall, Kdgw«r»-1 ro*il —Propfietor, Mr. O. SPEEDY. Two Grand Ballets nightly. troupe the Crystal Palace every evening, nl the entitled «ra »—«»-■• «'• I’.-rf.rmanct* at 7 50. Manager, Mr. J. J. Poole. Royal music hall, holborn. Proprietor. Mr. J. 9. SWEAShT. TH
November 16, 1872 - London and Provincial Entr'acte - London, London, England
 
HERE AND THERE.

HERE AND THERE.

with a littlo straw to lio upon, in dnngoons, somo of thorn so close and pestiferous that it was wonderful anything could li%’o in them, It was some time before Othraill could hit upon the right key to unlock their fetters, and ho actually had begun to fear that had it not on th
May 25, 1872 - The Days' Doings - London, London, England
 
CHAPTER XVIII.

CHAPTER XVIII.

Tite conduct of the unscrupulous vi’lain, Walter Froome. whose stony heart we have compared to that of Von Stein, bad frightened and unnerved Ada White. She rose during the night, feeling uneasy about her husband ; but learning that had been ou until a late hour, and that had no
May 25, 1872 - The Days' Doings - London, London, England
 
“ For a little time, perhaps,” she said archly.

“ For a little time, perhaps,” she said archly.

For all time,” replied, with earnestness. t!io appointed hour they were at the office the Probate Court, when Mr. Clinton introduced our heroine and Mr. Stanfield to John Nicholson, the person named with him as one of the executors of tie will, whom Sylvia recognized a much ette
May 25, 1872 - The Days' Doings - London, London, England
 
A YOUNG HERO,

A YOUNG HERO,

Not long ago, George Wait, a youth of eighteen, was attacked near Ellsworth, on the line of the Pacific Kailroad, by party of thirty Indians. was mounted on mule, and had couple of revolvers. The Indians seemed to be we’l armed with pistols and lances, very few having bows and a
May 25, 1872 - The Days' Doings - London, London, England
 
THE BIRKBBCK

THE BIRKBBCK

Bulldinf Society who** annual (receipts exceed one milling HOW TO PURCHASE A HOUSE For Two Guineas per Month. WITH IMMEDIATE POSSESSION and NO KENT TO PAX. Apply the Office of the BIRK HECK BUILDING SOCIETY, 2* ft JO, Southampton-buildin*", Chancery-lane. HOW TO PURCHASE A PLOT
July 13, 1872 - London and Provincial Entr'acte - London, London, England