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1ISS GEN EVIEVE WARD. 71 Tour uith " Fors, t-4ie-Not," TUEATRE ROYAL, MANCOHESTEtt, October 23d. Offltmp Leuroo, January 6th. All ?? nenicnti completed. A I S W A L L I S ?? in Town. 18. Baysivater-terrace, W. Ul/ I iS S M A R B& I 0 U T .1.11 Tour with Cospmiy, WNINTFR GCARDENS,
October 21, 1882 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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" THE ERAt" FOREIGN LETTE R-BOX. %* A staniped envelope, plainly addresseds aawt be encloo sedwith alpltittien for each letter. CO0UsIoliJiArTtoxs AWAIT Adamtn, Mr Blime, I Irving, 31iss Blanche Atdam~t, Mr NV. H. Itrijog, Mi-to Gertrucle Auffray, aill's E1i it }ioeio, MIr Adla m
October 21, 1882 - The Era - London, London, England
 
RACING NOTES.

RACING NOTES.

Since the curtainfell on the Second October Meeting at New- market the doings on what is still the last great handicap of the year, the Cambridgeshire, have been of a sensational cha- racter. For the knock out of Lowland Chief men were soine- what prepared; but the marked opposi
October 21, 1882 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE DRAMA IN AMERICA.

THE DRAMA IN AMERICA.

TI[E DRAMA IN AMERICA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) NEW YORK, OCTOBER 7.-This week I have to record a success and a failure, The Parvenu and The Vicar of Bray respectively. The Parvenu was produced at Wallack's Theatre on Saturday night, and the house was crowded with what is kn
October 21, 1882 - The Era - London, London, England
 
INTOLERANCE AT CAMBRIDGE.

INTOLERANCE AT CAMBRIDGE.

INTOLERINCE AT CAMBRIDGE. At the Cambridlg Town Council meeting, on Thursday, the 12th inst., the Mklxon said that they would perhaps allow him, before the commencement of the business, to mention a matter which he thought ought to be mentioned. It would be in the recollection of
October 21, 1882 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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MR. CHARLES READE AT HOME.

MR. CHARLES READE AT HOME.

dir Charles Reade so vigorously defends himself in print, and is in every respect a man of such distinct individuality, that we feel sure many of our readers will be grateful to us if, with the assistance of a clever sketch in a recent number of the GCntleman's Maqurzins, we end
October 21, 1882 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON THEATRES.

THE LONDON THEATRES.

A brief summary will suffice in this place to indicate the few theatrical events of the week. Theatrical business generally continues in a satisfactory condition. The Promenade Concerts, COVENT-GARD1EN, have presented varied programmes of an attractive hind. The realistic drama
October 21, 1882 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A BOUQUET OF BEATRICES.

A BOUQUET OF BEATRICES.

A BOUQUET OF BEATPRCES. Mrs Jameson has said that " In Beatrice high intellect and hi,;h animal spirits meet, and excite each other like fire and air." True as this is of the invention of Shakespeare's brain, itis, at least, equally so of what 11er stage exponent ought to be. To
October 21, 1882 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MADAME DORVAL.

MADAME DORVAL.

M1ADAME DORVAL. -4 The present epoch may almost be called one of remi- niscences, and, without intending to make any comparisonrs, which, after all, serve no practical purpose, it is perllitted to us to remark that the French stage of the present daly has not the same splendour t
October 21, 1882 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PARISIAN GOSSIP.

PARISIAN GOSSIP.

(BY A RESIDENT.) What would have been the event, or rather solemnity, of the Parisian week has been postponed for a fortnight, owing to the weather, which certainly has been anything but pro- pitious for the inauguration of statues, or indeed any open-air ceremonies. I refer to
October 21, 1882 - The Era - London, London, England