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A SQUEAK FROM "THE STABLE MOUSE."

A SQUEAK FROM "THE STABLE MOUSE."

A SQUEAK FROM " THE STABLE MOUSE." As a matter of history, Mr Editor, it may not be altogether uninteresting for the British Public to learn that your very special Commissioner of a Mouse first saw the result of a Derby in 1830, when Chifney's Priam won. Between that early date a
May 28, 1876 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON THEATRES.

THE LONDON THEATRES.

A brief record of the few changes made in the performances of the week will suffice to complete the chronicle of current dramatic events. At DRURY-LANE Signor Rossi has added Romeo to his list of Shakespearian impersonations. The eon- tinned success attending the performance of
May 28, 1876 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TURF NOTES AND ANTICIPATIONS.

TURF NOTES AND ANTICIPATIONS.

The transfer of Petrarch from William Goater's to John Dawson's stable renders it more likely than ever that New- market will once more supply the winners of the Two Thousand Guineas and Derby, for nearly all the favouritea are located there. Rumour has it that Lord Dupplin has
March 5, 1876 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Mrs. Stirling on the Writings of Anthony Trollope.

Mrs. Stirling on the Writings of Anthony Trollope.

Cn Thursday evening last, at the second annual meeting of the Quebec Institute, Portman-square, BIr Anthony Trollope delivered an interesting address on "1 Reading." Mrs Stirling at the close of the meeting, seconded a vote of thanks; pr1o posed to the lecturer, in the following
March 5, 1876 - The Era - London, London, England
 
VAUDEVILLE CLUB.

VAUDEVILLE CLUB.

The season of this well-organised and deservedly-popular Amateur Dramatic Club, which has done 90 much for the delec- tation of South Lonlon pleasure-seekers, is drawing to a close. On the evening of Wednesday last the members gave their forty-fifth performanceat the Lectutre Ha
March 19, 1876 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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THE LONDON MUSIC HALLS.

THE LONDON MUSIC HALLS.

Ti1] LONDON )ITTSIO HALLS. THlE SUN2'. BMr E. Williams, the esteemeil 1'roprirtr Of this deservedlY popular Hall1, is just flow dicing relisarkbldy good business, culoeujently uponl tie eagagesuent of at very strong and tislunied~ romp eny, nuwbul~ng inl its ranks the worlel-famo
December 10, 1876 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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Advertisements & Notices

mHIEATRE ROYAL, DRURY-LANE.- T Sole LCOsse and MAnaglier, F. B. CH1ATl~iTON. Last Six Nights of time Enlgagemient of the Famous Actor Ali BARRY SULLIVAN. 600h, (lIst, alud l2nd Niglits of "Richard the Third." On Monday. Wednesday, and Friday, Shakespeare's Tragedy of MTACBETHI,wi
December 10, 1876 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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R. B A R R Y s U L L I V A N. lL This famous Actor will ;akc lis First Appearance in London sillcC hiS Rturni from Ameerica in hisgreat lsupersounatioei of RICIlARlD THE THIRD, on SATURDAY. September 2id. F. B. CHA'PTERTON, THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY-LANE. MISS MAGGIE MOORE, MR.J. C. W
August 20, 1876 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE DRAMA IN AMERICA

THE DRAMA IN AMERICA

- - - - ' . .- 1.-. .S 1 U d. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) NEW YORE, FEBRUARY 5.-Signor Brignoli appeared here cc the night of the 31st of Jaullary, after an absence of three years, as Geimaro, and at times he Sang very sweetly. ?? Titiens was the Duchess, and she was royally e
February 20, 1876 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THEATRICAL GOSSIP.

THEATRICAL GOSSIP.

liss Lucy ICCIKSTONE, the clever daughter of the popular ManlagIer of the Haynmarket Theatre, has been engaged by Mrs Bateinan, acud] will appear at the Lyceum, in a comedietta called Nfatuve end Plzilosop/]. THERE is one line in Tennyson's Queen Afary which will be received wit
April 16, 1876 - The Era - London, London, England