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AIE MOIS ELLE, BE, ATRICErS [1 C031IEDY-DRAM7A COXPTANY, Sixth Year of this Company. Axtists. N artsL I 1irdensoisello BEATRICE I-RANI IIAIRVEY . oeedirrles J. CAETERt-EDWARDS BESSIE EDWARDS GEORCE NVARDE ?? LEMITON IN. ANDRIEW\S LOUIE VERE C. COWDERY C GRANT if. IENNETT 1. BRUNO
February 6, 1876 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LICENSED VICTUALLERS' ASYLUM.

LICENSED VICTUALLERS' ASYLUM.

LICENSED VICTUtALLERS' ASYLUM. Onl Wednesday last the forty-ninth anniversary festivsl, in --id of the funds of the above-namned admirable Institution, was held Lt the Alexandra Palace, umdei- the presidency) of Alr JAMR9 WATNcY, I ?? AL.P., and notivithotanding thatthe elements
May 28, 1876 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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R ICHARD THE THIRD AT DRURY-LANE AND THE PAST AND PRESENT CRITICS OF THE1f "TIMES." An appeal to the public against the conduct of any portion of thle presgs is one that a Theatrical Manager could only be induced to publish iwhen sufferingr under a strong sense of injustice. I, p
November 5, 1876 - The Era - London, London, England
 
NATURAL MAGIC.

NATURAL MAGIC.

NATURAL MAGTIC. This was the title employed by Sir David Brewster for a very charming work, which ought to be more frequently read by those credulous persons who are so ready to believe in the spirit-rapjers and table turners who prey upon ignorance and curiosity. Sir David Brews
November 5, 1876 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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M/1 I S S MM A .R R I 0 T T. lit preparation, and will be shortly produced, a New and Original Drama, written expressly for Miss Marriott by Paul Meritt, Esq., entitled " GRACE ROYAL." Address. Mlr RICHIARD EDOAR, Prince of Wales's Theatre, Rochdale. S rISS GENEVIEVE W A RD, Al,
April 2, 1876 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ROYALTY THEATRE.

ROYALTY THEATRE.

Under the sole direction of Mrs W. H. Liston this pleasant little Theatre reopened last Saturday, with every promise of a successful season. The chief feature in the programme was a new comic opera entitled Pont, the music and also the libretto being from the pen of the well-kno
April 2, 1876 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MR. RYDER and MISS HEATECOTE IN LEICESTER AND HANLEY.

MR. RYDER and MISS HEATECOTE IN LEICESTER AND HANLEY.

MfR. RYDER and MISS HEATECOTE IN LEICESTER AND HANLEY. The experienced and accomplished tragedian Mr J. Ryder anti Miss Heathcote, a young lady of promise, are this week fulfillirsg a six sights engagement at our Theatre. On Monday evening they appeared in Maacbefh, Mr Ryder taki
April 2, 1876 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THEATRICAL GOSSIP.

THEATRICAL GOSSIP.

'rItEA TPtICAl OsSI P. - - 01- ?? . TTrx St. .Tanes's Theatre, which will lie din&r time ltfiiage- ment of AMrs Jobnt Wood at Easter, will be entirely remodelled and reflecol ated, in accordance with the plan of thle Prince's Theatre, Manchester. It would be diflidult to find a b
March 19, 1876 - The Era - London, London, England
 
OPERATIC ENGAGEMENTS.

OPERATIC ENGAGEMENTS.

OPEERATIC ENGAGEMENTS. CHANCPRY DIVISION.-TirvasDAY. (Before Vice-Chrincellor Sir R. Malins.) MAraEsoN v. LABLACHE.-Mr Cutler applied on behalf of Mr Mapleson for an ex parte injunction restraining Madame Amdlie D1mdric-Lablache from singing to-morrow night at the Dublin Theatre
March 19, 1876 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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"ANCIIOR' LINE-ATLANTIC SERV CE. TONDON TPo NEWT YORK DIRECT.- L The undernoted MaNlriicent Clyde-built full-powered Steam Shps will sail as follows: S.S. " ELYSIA," S 500 Tons, Saturday, 221 July. S.S. "ANGlA," 1,oo0 Tons ,, 5th August. 5. ' UTOPIA,"' 3,500 Tos ,, 10th I I S.S.
July 16, 1876 - The Era - London, London, England