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THE PRIVACY OF PUBLIC PEOPLE.

THE PRIVACY OF PUBLIC PEOPLE.

TIlE PRI-,1VACY OF PUBLIC PEOPLE. Yen-sts a ! We InceVt li ltke of the persollcal appearance of our utlisol, painters, andu poets, and not more of our actors and actresses, exceptuinderthe disguise of their theatrical costumes. Whatever excusable desire the outside multitude migh
September 17, 1876 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMONG THE BARMAIDS.

AMONG THE BARMAIDS.

The transition from babies to barmaids is a very easy, if not a vely natural one, and, as at North Woolwich Gardens bar- maidls now stand where a few weeks since innumerable babies sat, we are disposed to give to the one as much attention as we have already given to the other. W
September 17, 1876 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

Mliti I S SMBMINNIE HARFORD, NERISSA, in "M Merchant of Venice," Shakespearilan Revival, at THEATRE ROYAL,, MANhCHiESTER. Disenlgagc-l for Christians. Address as ahove; or, H~r Blaclituore.S Mil I5 .SS PI O S E G R A H A M E, Principal Burlesque and Chliambermuaid, Everv Evening,
September 17, 1876 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Mr E. M. Adams's Benefit at Cremorne.

Mr E. M. Adams's Benefit at Cremorne.

Mr E. M. Adams's Benefit at COremorne. The performances on Wednesday evening at Cremorne Gardens were for the benefit of Mr E. M. Adams, the Secretary whohas for so many years been associated with the fortunes of these Gardens. Happily, the weather which had been so showery for s
September 10, 1876 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

PROVINCIAL TIHEATRICALS. tint3 OUR oWN COhRESPONDENlT) ABERDEEN. lient MAIA;IL6i's OPE;RA, ltot1SM.-(LeSSee, Mlr William Gniners-al.)- The regular winter season Commenced on Mlonday, several now artists mnaking their first appearance. Mliss Julia Roseloe and M11cc Dora French wvi
September 10, 1876 - The Era - London, London, England
 
NORTON FARMERS' CLUB AND EAST DERBYSHIRE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY'S ANNUAL SHOW.

NORTON FARMERS' CLUB AND EAST DERBYSHIRE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY'S ANNUAL SHOW.

I NORTON FARMERS' CLUB AND EAST DERBY- I SHIRE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY'S ANNUAL SHOW. .. . ?? o r I t. Last Wednesday the annual Show of the Norton Farmers' no Club aud East Derbyshire Agricultural Society was held at Chesterfield. This was the thirty-fourth meeting of the Society,
September 27, 1876 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Local News.

Local News.

Total stbos. ?? I - -- - - - " B IThe Marquis of Hairtiogton was at Peath on Friday on his our way o Costetinole.was Y Th olwn oa ponmnswre gazetted on Fri- dluet if dy-9hDryhrSbLutH.B. Taylor to be it WS Liueat;1t eryhrJu-in. P.1. Cross to be latte Leeau;2dDebsieSb-iutenant F. A
September 27, 1876 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
AUSTRALIA AND THE TITLE OF TIM EET EMPRESS. TIOM lag reniar‘MkeetbDureisrustinAtorg' themeh the A MEETING of th7above will be held

AUSTRALIA AND THE TITLE OF TIM EET EMPRESS. TIOM lag reniar‘MkeetbDureisrustinAtorg' themeh the A MEETING of th7above will be held

in M - Gecsasn's HALL, at $ Majesty of the title : thew to ob. ▪We are sure that the ',genesis; as feel themselves gads to expo= emir manta& for the speedos of these d Aga% the Home demesne opposed the Royal Thies Bill on the ground that the elevation of Her Majesty to imperial
September 2, 1876 - Alloa Journal - Alloa, Clackmannanshire, Scotland
 
LEM =GA. AND MILD* PASSAGE.

LEM =GA. AND MILD* PASSAGE.

BEDUCID PAW: Mears Celia Lu,. Amu 01; 1. 61 WM; Lem A 61; 'alit *01; Lars la id; Ned OA; laid Auna 0. di; to 064 d Landed aad Embarked at Stirliag Tree NEW SALOON STEAMERS. LORD ELGIN aad LORD MAR. for Mbar Roamers) sail daily LEITH 4% eat her). *TIRLINO. sad ALLOA. Ladies and a
September 2, 1876 - Alloa Journal - Alloa, Clackmannanshire, Scotland
 
TN ?RR ac I —ORLI AWN FOR OKAYVF.FIII ;wowed an extraordinary It always relieve*. senerally Bores. sod la strongly recommended

TN ?RR ac I —ORLI AWN FOR OKAYVF.FIII ;wowed an extraordinary It always relieve*. senerally Bores. sod la strongly recommended

by bare derived broellt. It is evoke bannlesa. flaald is Bottles at Is and !GM gm*, by all Obealsts. OCRYEKSI eItiI.PRUR HAIR RENTOIit will completely restore In a few 'Nye grey hair to its original colour without injury. It Mines its ohject aatotfactorily. producieg a per. fect
September 2, 1876 - Alloa Journal - Alloa, Clackmannanshire, Scotland