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THEATRE ROYAL, DIPURY-LANE.- 1 .Suole Lessee ald MAawaocr, F. D. ClIAT.itii'lToN. Last Tiecl]c Nqglhts of the Paiotooinue. Last Etni11 Airoriimig Pec- forot,,toe,Ws\docs:tiy tkid Sitenitty ntxt, Fbruar.y 21stll aedIth; 2 and MWednesday and Saturday, February 2Sth asod larsh tl3.
February 18, 1877 - The Era - London, London, England
 
EDWARD COMPTON.

EDWARD COMPTON.

There are fow troubles of the second degree greater than that experienced by peoplo in, taking leave of a fasitliful clerk or sis honest servant, who has worn out lis life in ilinisteriiig to his employer's welfare and comfort. We may know that the well- earned rest of his decli
February 18, 1877 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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1' RE Gt UE EX'S MINSTRELSC it RO114YAL ORIGINA[> CIIRISTY"S; Propiietors, Messrs BERNARI and VFRSTRiS The Accomplished VOCALTSTS, DANCF~tS, COMEDIANS, sir RUMORISTS, who bad the distinguis'11~lhedloonil- of appearing by com-~ miand at Balmoral Castle, before her MAJESTY tire QUE
February 18, 1877 - The Era - London, London, England
 
RACING NOTES.

RACING NOTES.

RACOIN G N OTES. The Meetings at York and Doncaster materially affected the attendance at Newmnarket, where the sport, however, was of an average character, and not lacking in interest, particulorly on the concluding day, when a possible De-bv winner carried off two races. At the
May 20, 1877 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE DRAMA IN AUSTRALIA.

THE DRAMA IN AUSTRALIA.

THE DRAMIA IN AUSTRALIA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS,) MELBOURNE, MARCH 22, 1877.-THE1xAT'n ROyArL._lr Lazar's Royal Italian opera company have occupied the boards of this Theatre ever since I last wrote. To the names of vocao lists enumerated in my February letter must be added
May 20, 1877 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE.

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE.

"The Courier of the Czar,." 'ro THlE EDtrOi OF THE ERA. Sir,-M~r John Douglass has so little studied mly feelings inl isi answer to my letter that I have no hesitation in fraishly, teiling Ilin, that I receive hits statement cumngrano ealle, as I doubt not will those few of your
May 20, 1877 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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TANTED, a DRAMATIC COMPANY, with few W\ ecc1ptions, for Tour, comnmiencing at Hastings, June 25th ; also Leader of lS.tid, Property and Baggage Man; one accustomed to fit-up I e t hilleleli genierally useful. Also Scenic Artist. Address, g(SGLb.E ROBERTS, F. Neebe, Esq.'s, Dramat
May 20, 1877 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THEATRICAL GOSSIP.

THEATRICAL GOSSIP.

MR CITARLES HEAD proposes to reopen the Philharmonic Theatre early next month. Mr D'Oyly Carte will be intrusted with the management, and we are promised as the opening attraction a revival of the successful Genevieve de Brabant, under the direction of Mr Charles Harris. MR. J.
December 16, 1877 - The Era - London, London, England
 
BARRY SULLIVAN IN SHEFFIELD AND PRESTON.

BARRY SULLIVAN IN SHEFFIELD AND PRESTON.

BARRY SULLIVAN IN SUEFFIELD AND PRESTON. The announcement that Barry Sullivan was to appear in Picharcl tae 'l'fil'l attracted a house which filled the Theatre from thior to cmilni, and mails escsn the possession of standing room a dilficulty. Suhe] ao aitilenee his scarcely been
December 16, 1877 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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MISS CLARA BATEMAN. Address, 154, Southampton-row, Russell-square, London. The Vital Spark. J E N N Y H I L L, having recovered from her severe illness, wtill resume business Monday, May 7th. Agent, A. Maylnard. Permanent address, 95, Hereules-buildings, Lambeth. The Belle of the
May 6, 1877 - The Era - London, London, England