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S USA N RIG NO LD, AS S M O it, "Our Boys" TOWN HALL. HAST INGIS, Three Nivhts' Town" h1al, Dever, 'I hree Nights. a egg fur Principal Part in`pan~tomnimec Boyor Girl. Ageuta, Messrs Black- more, W. Griffiths, and May and Co. rISS CND M M E S ON Sailed s.s. Mloravian on the 7th O
October 24, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ROYAL ITALIAN OPERA.

ROYAL ITALIAN OPERA.

Donizetti's Linda di anlmoeuni has been little heard of at the Royal Italiall Opera of late years. It is fifteen years since Madame Patti represented the heroine at the above house, but a short time since Madame Cerster played the character at Her Majesty's Theatre with great su
July 9, 1881 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CATCH WORDS.

CATCH WORDS.

Not much short of half a century ago Balzac asserted that "La France est le seul pays oft quelque petite phrase poisse faire une grande revolution." The great Frenchman should have known his countrymen best, and we will not ven- tuic to challenge his statement, for all that we h
July 9, 1881 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ALCAZAR.

THE ALCAZAR.

T JE E ALCA Z A P. The Alcazar (late Ce'n01naudght) Thl1eatre will Open its doors to the public on Tuesilay next, with a morbliig cild evenitig per- fornlance, uinder the aile managenmentt of Tllr Jonin Baum. A very log Ilasc of the theatre lets lccui pirchased by a comn- pally,
December 23, 1882 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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TO PROFESSIONALS. MERIA.-GION INEMAIL STEAMERS, A ~ailigfrom ?? YORKi every Saturday. Intermediate, 8 and il8 . CaiTen to Twvoiity'fice Guiiieas, ac-cordjing to ancontintodatiofl. For Freight or Passage, apply to GUIONe and( Co , Wotmrl[OO-plaeo, Pall-malal, Oil'. ;25, Water-stre
December 23, 1882 - The Era - London, London, England
 
GIL NAZA IN A NEW CREATION.

GIL NAZA IN A NEW CREATION.

(FR'Oae OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) DI. Naza followed up his impersonation of David Garrick at the Mloliere Theatre, Brussels, by appearing as Champignel, in Ce Phon Fessane Veut; Chambly, in Lee .Feses gui Pleusrent; and the advocate Destournelles, in Mademoiselle de la Seiglilre w
April 22, 1882 - The Era - London, London, England
 
DOVER DIVERSIONS.

DOVER DIVERSIONS.

1) () VE1 It V) I V E it' H IN Ad. (I;% 0It; RItItNU EECL't i2%tITIVE.) 'Thu oluri~itry lritiishi ti vtllelr is as taciturn sail frligitl in his home ?? 'ts lie is boisterous and vulgar in his malners wvhei lit is On foreigni *iroul.d The ohl yarn about the English- nolrsl who re
August 19, 1882 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE "NELSON" AMATEUR DRAMATIC CLUB.

THE "NELSON" AMATEUR DRAMATIC CLUB.

ITHE "NELSON " AMATEUR DRAMATIC CLUB. 0 One circumstalnce in conurectioni with the tenthi performance of tire above-namned club (whic i was given at the St. George's Hall, Larigham-place, recently, in aid of the funds of the Linen and Woollen Drapers' Institutiou), which gave ris
December 2, 1882 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LONDON BALLAD CONCERTS.

LONDON BALLAD CONCERTS.

LONDON IBALLAD CONCERTS. The second and last concert before Christmas was given at St. James's Hall onl W\-ednesday evoenilg wvith every indication th at these attractive concerts still retain their popularity. The principal vocalists were Iadaine Antoinette Sterling, Bliss Mary
December 2, 1882 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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C R Y STA L P A LA CE.- Wieekr odingy Decembrtc MIh. TrlESDAY, December 5th.-VYlLLiiW R01sE miid 1i LA C K SlIEEP, under the Orchostral Coll dlirec-tion of Mr E. 13. Norman. LadyN c rts. G reat Morreliten hast kinidly given1 bce Organ. Coin.- scirliess, andl( till applear !in bot
December 2, 1882 - The Era - London, London, England