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TOPICS OF THE WEEK.

TOPICS OF THE WEEK.

6 The intelligence from Sandringham is still of the most cheering character, the Prince of WALES having been enabled to leave his room for some hours. No daily bulletins are now issued, and a steady approach to convalescence is indicated by every symptom. Her MAJESTY has gone to
January 14, 1872 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A FIRST APPEARANCE.*

A FIRST APPEARANCE.*

The novel published under this title is a story of theatrical life, and would seem to be a " first appearance" also on the part of the write. If so, we can congratulate her upon having produced a pleasant, readable tale, in which no little knowledge is displayed of certain phase
January 14, 1872 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"OUR OMNIBUS."

"OUR OMNIBUS."

"OUR OJMNIBUS." THau discussion concerning the political allusions in the rants- mimes is mostfinstructive. It is now established beyond doubt that the licenser of stage plays intended to cut out this year all persona- lities and personally-political questions, and that he did cu
January 14, 1872 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE DRAMA IN PARIS.

THE DRAMA IN PARIS.

TIRE DRAMA IN PARI. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) PARIS, THURSDAY NaGIrue-The New Year opens with fair promise of dramatic novelty, recent events in France not seeming to have shaken the energies of either Managers or authors. Numberless pieces of all kinds are in rehearsal, and,
January 14, 1872 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMERICAN THEATRICALS.

AMERICAN THEATRICALS.

ATX[BRIOAN TREATRIC ALS. (F11OM OUR OWN COBRESPONDENT.) CIlorOT'M AS DAY.-The Strakosch Italian Opera NEV O a eree performances last week at the ACADIONy Company only gave trefl~omne OF Music, lso on the 18th, when it Trovatore was announced, the house remained closed in ?? of th
January 14, 1872 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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THE LONDON THEATRES.

THE LONDON THEATRES.

ThyE LONDON TREATIES. STRAND. Daingi the absence of Mr. John S. Clarke on his short visit to Nwv york the more solid portion of the Strand programmne is now 0Spplied by Mr. H. ?? Craven, who, either as actor or dramatist, is 5lway to be welcomed, and who, combining both positions
January 14, 1872 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LONDON BALLAD CONCERTS.

LONDON BALLAD CONCERTS.

The second ofthe London Ballad Concrts tookaplace on Wednesay evening, at St. James'a Hall, and, notwithstanding most miserable weather, the Hall wascrowded. Fortunately, English nightingales can sing spite of fog, wind, or rain; and even Mr. Sims Beeves manfully battled with th
January 14, 1872 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

13IE A ROBBERDS, now appearing I S the pRINCE 0F VALES, BIRMINGHAM, will be at Liberty shortl-yor shortEngagcmnetts. Brina. sobfo A~gdress, 199, Kiing Edward's-road, Birmingham. ~rl. bcI H.-STEPHENSON (First Old Women and 1i ie s) VICTORIA PALACE THEATRE every Evening. Address,19
March 17, 1872 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TO LICENSED VICTUALLERS.

TO LICENSED VICTUALLERS.

To LIGENSED VICTUALLERS. ?? Licensed Viotuallers' Association. ?? liner, commemorative of the formation of the Tbe { r ad County Licensed Victuallers' Association, was Doto deathstDC evoniog of the a6th inst., at the Rose and Crown relc~rkte kt plae, Durham. Amongst those present
March 17, 1872 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TO LICENSED VICTUALLERS.

TO LICENSED VICTUALLERS.

- ?? U- = -ALR T o t ICNE VI TULLER 'The Licensing Question. tictie rilberg of' tdie letrropolilan and Plrovincial (,n1 ?? of t io Licensod Victuallers' Associations Farlial"II1tor)scm cd at the Pr'otection Society's Offices 95, Far- Oi y1 fasieet hll o t Present :-Mr. Gibbons (i
March 31, 1872 - The Era - London, London, England