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POPULAR BALLAD CONCERTS.

POPULAR BALLAD CONCERTS.

POPULAR BALLLAD CONCERTS. In organising s-shemes for the recreation of the working olas-es, whether they belong to the nrtizen or to the lower- middle spherc, it is a good and a wise thing to permit those in whose intirests and for whose entertainmnent the performances arc given
October 21, 1882 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TOPICS OF THE WEEK.

TOPICS OF THE WEEK.

EGYPTIAN affairs are becoming more settled, and there is so much confidence as to the future of the country that Sir GARNET WOLSELLY will at once return to England to receive his wvell-earned honours. The General was to quit Egypt on Thursday. The artangements for the trial of A
October 21, 1882 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE DRAMA IN PARIS.

THE DRAMA IN PARIS.

Or lIE DR AMA IN PARIS. (FROM OUR OWN CORRtESPONDENT.) PARIS, THUIISDAY.-PALAS ROYAL.-The week has not been fertile in novelties, but in its favour be it said that it has found us a goodly supply of food for laughter. Le Prtc df'Arthur, at this house, Is one of those broad farces
October 21, 1882 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

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October 21, 1882 - The Era - London, London, England
 
RACING NOTES.

RACING NOTES.

Even the most inveterate lovers of racing will be glad when the season so rapidly drawing to a close is ended, for the weather that has been experienced during the past three weeks has been wretched in the extreme. Rain, bail, and wind did their worst on Wednesday at Liverpool,
November 11, 1882 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Royal Masonic Benevolent Institution.

Royal Masonic Benevolent Institution.

The meeting of the General Committee was held on lWednes- day, at Freemasons' Hall, under the presidency of Br J. M. CASE. There were also present Brs R. P. Tate, J. H. Leggatt, C. G. Dilley, G. Bolton, James Brett, J. J. Berry, WV. H. Goodall, C. A. Cottebrune, Edgar Bowyer, T.
November 11, 1882 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"LE COMEDIEN."

"LE COMEDIEN."

" LE COMEDIEN." TO THE EDITOR OV THE ERA. Sir,-I read with interest your correspondent's comments on the scurrilous article, heeded asabove, thathad appeared in the Paris Figaro. Your correspondent remarks that Al. Llirabeau is hardly a Moliere. Neither, say I, is lie an Alexandr
November 11, 1882 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Terrible Scene in a Menagerie.

Terrible Scene in a Menagerie.

On WLednesday an unexpected and horrifying spectacle was witnessed in Eldmonds's Mlenalgerie, now exhibiting in North- street, Wolverhampton. About eight o'clock two hyienas, which had only shortly before been put through their per- formances by Delmonico, the well known lion ta
November 11, 1882 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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Advertisements & Notices

T 1LEARE ROYAL, DRURY-LANE.- T LcsTi'eo and Manager. Mr AUGUSTUS HARRIS. Evary Evacinntr, at 7,15 FOGGERD, its which M~r John Morris will nkesko f'ila Setven nssrvollous changes. At SO0, PLUCK ; a Story of jit0,000, by Ilenry Pettitt andi Augustus Ifarfis. PLUOK. - THE MOST ENTER
November 11, 1882 - The Era - London, London, England
 
OLD DYING UTTERANCES OF THE STAGE.

OLD DYING UTTERANCES OF THE STAGE.

OLD DYINIG UTTERANCES OF TIHE STAGE. Old John of Gaunt spoke truly, though sadly, as a man might who felt such words when ho was waiting for the fare- well visit of Richard- 0, hut they siy, the tongues ol ?? men Eitforce allciitior, like deep harnmony; a i * * He that no more mu
November 11, 1882 - The Era - London, London, England