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MRS. FAIRFAX.

MRS. FAIRFAX.

With a voice of singular powver, she has cultivated her talents9 to ari extraordinary degree, and in the sccomplishments of her art there are few indeed by whom she can be excelled. On elocution she er,4 bestowed especial care ; not a syllabic escapes the ear, and her accentj al
August 1, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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'lR AMATTIC A~O S'"CIETY The fol Ioniwl''i:t~tttiC~tiiit0au th Titosy,A M lanitrt ?? A. :Iltiac(t, El it L Avrclul'a is Diuot ooti ?? lo;rriib, tht! )Ookllattlt Af.f~~seVii i C; roc Arilt l'c, ?? ?? 'I'.ltmllo, ?? Percy. a wariftiiti thatt 1IW 115itit Wic tell sp1~i~liti ic ?? pl
August 1, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
RACING NOTES.

RACING NOTES.

The Goodwvood sport and the Goodwood compassy were about up to the average, and if the Meeting did not bring forth so many surprises as did Ascot the business whos quite as interest- ing, and mnore confirmatory iu many instances of the Royal rather than the Epsom form. The three
August 1, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A GERMAN CRITICISM ON LONDON THEATRES.

A GERMAN CRITICISM ON LONDON THEATRES.

"To see ourselves as ithers see us" would be, at times, instructive and amusing. We have now the "giftie" given us, through the medium of the Berlin Natioonal Zeitlolg of \Vednesday, which publishes the last of a seris of " Letters from London," written by the author of a very i
August 1, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
DEJEUNER TO AMERICAN ACTORS.

DEJEUNER TO AMERICAN ACTORS.

D=JJK TO AMERICAN ACTORS. The lindly feeling which prompted the idea that the mem- er of the famous Savage Club should entertain the American artistS at meent in london cannot he too highly commended, ar~.ti in giratifying to lie able to record thit it has been carried enii cul i
August 1, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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?? A.lL~i'' R P. p~ ~ ?? tIEuilljEtttl! t II t V II t1RYA1 I JAI5N, ISiSi., PIricceess's l'I'eatre. The Greatest of tilI Lc-Maclia Artistes. m HE L U C I E N G I R A R D S, eppearling with icmecinsc success at the T TEArD EIALIBRCAN, "'O I'~~ENICE, ITALY. All c01uiciilntioliS to
August 1, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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H7U~ FRJ~IG~LETTER-BOX. 5 5)11/~ C10U116 suli~l/ tre msatel be eclosedC1 wsith (1,~ to ifir each letter,. CostOM 1 ICAT I ws AWAIT Ailary, MI ?? ~~ Kaoily, Mtono. Aley-oe MTr J.G. Kennys5, Mr Georgie Sir J. Ro~lian, Mr Sidney Mw ?? Mtons. R. h, Mr Dion Lainerty, Madame de ?? ?? ~
August 1, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MR. BENSON'S NEW ESTABLISHMENT.

MR. BENSON'S NEW ESTABLISHMENT.

The promnises adjoining Mr Benson's celebrated watch and clock establishment, and which were formerly in the occupa- tion of the Prudential Assurance Company, will henceforth be used as a manufactory, on a gigantic scale, for clocks, watches, jewellery, &c., and we can recommend
August 1, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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R OYA. 1 AQU A R I U M.- 0NTl ST'UP~iINDOTTS jZrO RAM1\1E $'ll ILDA . TirenHours' Enjoyment. 5 . DIpS""i N ONE SIUILLIN(4. Doors open at A 1'eo.-"INSPFCTION of GR~iAND AQUARIUM. Thousands of p~~rmtcraoI'C iloegmal hi. HIundredls of foreign birds, beasts, anid II , ~'cvii'nelI'Urs
August 1, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
RECITATIONS BY MRS. FAIRFAX.

RECITATIONS BY MRS. FAIRFAX.

The large airy Vestry Hall of Kensington Was last Saturday afternoon well atttenided, Ars Fairfatx being announced to give sote dranatdic recitals, assisted also by several well-known acialists. Mrs Fairfax was received in the most flattering niancu lhenl she stpped UlpIon the p
August 1, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England