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THE SPORTSMAN'S GAZETTE.

THE SPORTSMAN'S GAZETTE.

TURF NOTES AND RACES TO COME. By "TOUCHSTONE." Had the rain which descended on Wednesday come a week earlier the Meeting at Windsor would have been materially benefited; as it was, the fields were small in consequence of the long drought, which did not affect the Newcastle and H
June 28, 1874 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE.

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE.

[T'IE EDITOR I5 NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR THE OPINIONS EXPRESSED BY CORRESPONeDENTS.] How It's Done. TO THE EDITOR OF TwE ERA. Sir,-I enclose yont a specimen of a reply from an advertiser whVic2h, from its peculiarity, willj think, be interesting to yourreaders. A friend of mine, anxi
July 12, 1874 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

(FRO31 OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) AN:AN. pLIC HALL. -(Proprietor, Mr James M'Lean.) -On Tuesday the P ins 11iiistrels, under the management of Messrs Bernard anld ".e * are their entertaiiiment here. The troupe is among the best 1od tar 5eppcared in this town for a long time. Vecl
August 9, 1874 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"MADAME ANGOT" IN COURT.

"MADAME ANGOT" IN COURT.

55MADAMIE ANGOT" IN COURT. ADDISON v. LAVERNE. At the Liverpool Assizes on Saturday (4th inst.), before Mr Justice icinlln llnd a Coillmnloi Jury, Mr John Henry Addison, th, propriceor of thIe Prince of falesTheatre, Liverpool, brought an iaction to recover the suni of 500 damf c
April 12, 1874 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AGRICULTURAL HALL.

AGRICULTURAL HALL.

It is very evident that London for the future is not to be without its periodical fuln of the fair. It has borne the depri- vation long enough, anud we are confident that niany a sigh has been heaved over memories of Bartlemy aned Greenwich, and other carnivals of similar notori
April 12, 1874 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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SURREY THEATRE.

SURREY THEATRE.

SURREY THEATRE, Aiitieiptlilng the holidays, Mr ploliudl ldbrugtieLL t hbis lStel fuln. Iast Siaturdity ill the shape of a1 burlesque extraevagtnas:l entitled Clen;' (ifod JPji.tsla'; ijq', the Pretllt (dcii Bi'd and thte FJrieis of JOle Dalicilj W1ale's, an eLutartaiunenlt coln-
April 12, 1874 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

TITRANI'rll E B 0YAL, CARLLSLE.-(Pvoprietor, Ar WILLIAr RovsrosIN) WTANTED, to open at Theatre Royal, Goole, April 1 20t, C enltleiiieul f UVENILES acid Utility Business. pply, as above, to VILLIAN ROYSTO-. THEATRE ROYAL, DUDLEY. WANTED, to join at once, a. LEADING MAN v LaAdy fo
April 12, 1874 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"THE SPHINX" IN EDINBURGH.

"THE SPHINX" IN EDINBURGH.

THE SPHINX " IN EDINBURGH. (FROM OUR OWN CO1RESpONDENT.) Xlldle Beatrice, who on several occasions has given ilupor tance to the Theatre Royal, Edinburgh, by testing on its stage the merits of various new dramatic compositions, and transla- tions of distinguished French comedies,
August 16, 1874 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CURRENT TURF NOTES AND THE FIRST OCTOBER MEETING.

CURRENT TURF NOTES AND THE FIRST OCTOBER MEETING.

Bv " TOUCHSTONE." The racing of the week has not much affected the two handi- caps, of which bookmakers and backers are making so much just now; at the same time sundry candidates for the Caesare- witch and Cambridgeshire have exhibited themselves, and more than one has incurred
September 27, 1874 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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Advertisements & Notices

T E QUEEN'S MINSTRELS, T ROYAL ORIGINAL CHRISTY'S. Proprietors, Messrs BERNARD and VESTRIS. The Accomplished VOCALISTS, DANCERS, COMEDIANS, and HUMORISTS, who had the distinguished honour of appearing by com- mand at Balmoral Castle, before her MAJESTY the QUEEN, the Prince and P
September 27, 1874 - The Era - London, London, England