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THE OPERA COPYRIGHT QUESTION.

THE OPERA COPYRIGHT QUESTION.

BODDA-PYNE v. HARRY WALL. When the action brought by M r Frank Bodda and Madame Bodda-Pyne against Mr Harry Wall, to restrain him from publishing their letters, written to him in his capacity of agent, was argued before the Master of the Rolls in July last, his Lordship expresse
December 2, 1877 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

pRO V I 1 C I A [, THE ATRIC ALS. (vFROM A FOR OWN CORRUaSPONIDENTS.) ABERDEEN. H-F.R. MAJEST9's Tn'rAttr.-Lessee, Mr Wm. Goelersal.-Mrs Rousby and Mr Edmund Leathes lhave appeared during the week in 'Tisi t Axe amld Crowns,and Itaverecejied fair support from theconmpany. Busines
December 2, 1877 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

ll/JISS CLARA BATE MAN, M ~~~~Serlo.Comin and Ballad Vocalist, Rtebm 9h still appaing in SHEFFIELD with great success. Rotherham, 19tb. Disegage Chrstma. Nw Sogs b VinentDavies, J. B. LaWreen, d Loddon address, 158. SouthamptOn-row, Russellsquare. J E N Y H I L L, IREVILL'S, STOC
November 18, 1877 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON THEATRES.

THE LONDON THEATRES.

With tile eonnlter-iitfluleneing effects of warm weather Metropolitan Manalgers feel the uitter uselessness of putting forvward fresh inducemeonts to visit their respective establish- ments. Accordingly, very little novelty is to be noted at this season in theatrical programmes.
June 24, 1877 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

MISS CLARA BATEMAN'. ] ~~~~~~. Molnday, 15th, FORESTERS' MUSIC HALL, BRISTOL. v London address, 154, Southampton-row, Russell-square. c g The Vital Spark. t J E N N Y H I L L. A tl ST4.R, ( MARYLEBONE New Songs J LlVERPOOL, and Ni~ghtly_ July 19th. FORESTERS'. Encdrcd. Furnished
June 24, 1877 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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Miss Helen Barry.

Miss Helen Barry.

" HEARTSEASE" AT TIfE PRINCESS'S. The production of Hearlsease will probably mark a new starting point in the career of Miss H. Barry, who appears as Con- stance Hawthorne. She identifies herself with ease and effect with the variousphases of the character, shoving in turns coqu
January 14, 1877 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THEATRICAL GOSSIP.

THEATRICAL GOSSIP.

HER MIAJESTY's THEATRE, in the Haymarket, will, by the direction of the Earl of Dudley, be offered for sale by public auction, on Thursday, the lst proximo, at the Mrart, Token- house-yard, the auctioneers being Messrs Chinnock, Gals- worthy, and Chinnock, of Waterloo-place. The
January 14, 1877 - The Era - London, London, England
 
STRUCK ON THE STAGE.

STRUCK ON THE STAGE.

When a serious accident occurs oln the Stage which instantly deprives a poor creature of his life, and when, after a verr careful inquiry it is discovered that the accident was not only preventible, but was distinctly due to some unfortunate oversight on the part of those direct
January 14, 1877 - The Era - London, London, England
 
DRURY-LANE THEATRE.

DRURY-LANE THEATRE.

[lrh f(,nl7itvri appwenretl in our Tows EDITnoN of Last Week.] pluslicd from the boards of the Adelphi by the revival of the T. P. Cooke prize drama," The Colleen Bacon was last Satur- lay added to the bill at "Old Drury," Mr Edmund Falconer ,akinghiis reappearance in his origin
April 1, 1877 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE T. P. COOKE BEQUESTS.

THE T. P. COOKE BEQUESTS.

TO TEE ED)I'TOI r WTlE ERA. Sir,-In the spirit of fairness in which yon have opened your columlns, may I crave s.1ace for one or two observations upon a portion of Messrs. Wtbster and Grlihani's letter, in your last week's edition ? The " Hon. Solicitors to the College" are guod
August 5, 1877 - The Era - London, London, England