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TOWN EDITION.

TOWN EDITION.

"THE BRA" OFFICE, SUNDAY, Two A.M. QUEEN'S THEATRE.-(Last Night.) Mr S. Hayes, of the West-end Box-office, gave his fifth annual performance last night. The Queen's Theatre presented an unusually cheerful appearance, as some portions of the house were very full indeed, the enter
May 23, 1875 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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THEATRE ROYAL, DUNDEE. Nf R. ~HERBERT JENNER, ill ~~WithiMiss GENEIVIEVE WARD. "MActirl.-l denser pisyad Macidull ?? cecil. Ills roll- vritio f te haacer a gclo,- nc delsr "Rape- ?? the part ?? hina warthy manner." ?? Penner as Maurice de Save was thloroughly ia keeptog wvits the
May 23, 1875 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FREEMASONRY.

FREEMASONRY.

FBR EM A SON uY. Grand Lodge. (In Wdtteilsy en cin0 the Quateitrly Commuonaieation of i~nI d CI i-Iinll WIis held ati'Prceiteseas' HdallI. LordI SItML- II Utile! 5qmt (rlnd iante', ini tiu absenoe at Ii. tM.. tue Grailt 1 alo t di I no.(irnd 21hntel', presided .Lodgei was, Areec
June 6, 1875 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Breach of Contract.

Breach of Contract.

A case of considerable importance to theatrical Malnagerg and Lessees came on for trial, at Durbanm, on Tuesday, before the Under-Sheriff Richardson Peela, Esq., and a Jury. TThe plaintiff, Thomas Duncan Devereux, Lessee of the Theatre Royal, Yarm-lane, Stockton-on-Tees, claimed
June 6, 1875 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Serious Affray between Circus Employees.

Serious Affray between Circus Employees.

This case, which was fully reported in the lst issue of Tlz Era, again came before the jlanistrates, at Westbury, Wilts, on the 28th ult. The prisoner Villiam Rceeves, a tent mail, in the employ of Mrs, Foottit, Circus Proprietress, was brought under warrant before Mr H. G. G. L
June 6, 1875 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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TOWN EDITION.

TOWN EDITION.

TOWN EDIT I ON. "TIlE ERA" OFFICE, SUNDAY, Two aM. ST, JAMES'S THEATRE-(Last Night.) A musical norvety was produced last night at ithe St. James's Theatre entitled Y'1e Zoo, the musie of which is by Mr Arthur Suellivan and the libretto by Mr B. Rowe. The musical folly, as it is C
June 6, 1875 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MISS EMILY SOLDENE.

MISS EMILY SOLDENE.

ToUR "'Il~lOUG3 Tui: AME1IUCAN STATES. u~ ~isbs "odelo"i litrac-f wve htavo oily to say thaqt thlorigl ilit I b-iie td 1irccsdad Ileici,( cool had built1 Our eN['italdtidflo to tiCe li'Iaip1 i.'l siteI isa so t disipjpoiiitvd us, but haifs canto op to atml ii iilCt j)etftitiOI.
June 6, 1875 - The Era - London, London, England
 
BATH THEATRE ROYAL.

BATH THEATRE ROYAL.

This once celebrated ihocie of the Drama, where iu days golic by :sjierailts for Stage honocirs obtained a final verdict fross the thien ceIt!cell local publc before an appearance ic the Metropolis, has of late olcasionedl a great deal of ceoxiot, and the followhig report of the
June 6, 1875 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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CRY STA L PALACE.- Calendar for Week ending Tone 12th. ,MIo NDAY, Tolne 71,tb-Miss Corolitted I rtssRietShakespear'n's 'iatl l~" essrs 3. Ryder, E. F1. Edgar, C. Creswvick, Lioneul trough s'riission~ of Air A. enodersoil), David Evans (by permistion of Air. YPielld), and J. C. Co
June 6, 1875 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE DRAMA IN VIENNA.

THE DRAMA IN VIENNA.

THE DRAMIA IN VIENNA. (PROMr OUR OWN CORRESPONeDENT.) VIENNA, MAY 29, 1875.-The approaching close of thie season resaders the hudlget of theatrical and musicslt news very scanity already, and in aanother fortniglt all oris larger Theatres will be closed with the exception of th C
June 6, 1875 - The Era - London, London, England