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1tySTAL PALACE.-FIRSTP GRAND c ~~FETE onl TIIURSDAY NEXT. Superb New ?? RapresOntatiolt of WeaL Front of Vienina, ?? ChsiegButtetflisa, and all the Graod Foniorcs anid j~rco Efe ia wiledbycombining Founstainsanod Fireworks. The y~rea~i~wadeand rraged by Messrs C. T. Brock and Co,
May 25, 1873 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TO LICENSED VICTUALLERS.

TO LICENSED VICTUALLERS.

TO LICENSED VICTUALLERS, Edmonton Licensing Bench. [ha extraordinary conduct of the magnates of the above jkooch, in refusing the application for a transfer of Mr Paxran, of trle pl lsbarv-park Tavern, Green-lanes, Stock Newington, on the groond that he had been compelled some ti
May 4, 1873 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE DRAMA IN AMERICA.

THE DRAMA IN AMERICA.

(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) NEW YORK, APRIL 19.-Easter week has been lively at the Theatres-equall where old entertainments have been retained and where new ones have been presented. The chief changes of bill have been made at the Union-square Theatre, the Grand Opera House, N
May 4, 1873 - The Era - London, London, England
 
INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION.

INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION.

INTBRNATIONAL EXHIBITION. CARREIARE S. As intimated in our introductory notice, carriages form a special feature of the International Exhibition of 1873. And when we say carriages we mean something more than those luxurious equipages which make all who are "passing rich" totally
May 4, 1873 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MESSRS. MASKELYNE and COOKE

MESSRS. MASKELYNE and COOKE

MESSRS. MASKELYNE ana1 COOKE These " Royal illusionists" are 'now settlcel fo)r tile s naS61 ia elegant anil coifortable quarters at the ?? Hall, asi monioilg and evening are astoiitudinig, illysti fying, and idligijt ing large audielnces. They claimi for their eiitertaininent th
November 16, 1873 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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MISS ADA CAVENDISH'S BENEFIT.

MISS ADA CAVENDISH'S BENEFIT.

XIISS ADA CAVENDISH'S BENEFIT. With this week the above-named lady terminates her nine months' managerial career at the Olympic. In December last 5liss Cavendish undertook the reins of government, and in doing so bad a host of well-wishers. But the start was a bad one, and disast
September 28, 1873 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"BETRAYED."

"BETRAYED."

IIB E T R A Y B ?? (Edinbutrgh Daily Review.) TE[eATltE ROYAL, EDtnBUnGHe.-The second week of the engagement of Mdlle Beatrice's company at the Theatre ltoyal wee tliugo- rated by the production, for the first time in Great Biritaio, of aln English adaptation of Victorien Sardou'
September 28, 1873 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LITERATURE.

LITERATURE.

LIT B AT UR E. THE CHAMPION HANDBOOKS. The Grapbotyping Com- ?? little handbooks are extremely complete and well arranged. fbe first we take up is the Handbook of Indian Clubs, Dumb-bells, and Sword Exercises, compiled by the late Professor Harrison. The second is upon Swimming,
March 30, 1873 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"ANOTHER WORLD."*

"ANOTHER WORLD."*

"ANOTHER WORL D."* Building upon the theory of the plurality of worlds, or the fact that astronomers maintain that the planets of the solar system are tenanted by mortals like Yourselves, the author of this singular book professes to give an account of some of the ways peculiar t
February 23, 1873 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"THE WICKED WORLD" IN COURT.

"THE WICKED WORLD" IN COURT.

I " TIHE WICKED WORLD" IN COURT. WHAT IS DRAMATIC CRITICISM? COURT OF COMMON PLEAS, NOVEsaIn 27. (Sittings at Nisi Pr/us, before Mr Justice BRETr and a Special Jury.) GILBERT v. ENOCH. This was ian action of libel brought by Mr W. S. Gilbert, the dramatic author, against the publ
November 30, 1873 - The Era - London, London, England