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The Free Sunday Movement.

The Free Sunday Movement.

Ly permission of tho Directors the members of the National 81unday League visited the Crystal Palace last Sunday after- noonl. The piutore gallery was open utntil five o'clock, and Mr MaIrriott had on view his curious and interesting exhibition ?? bees, which was ret dered highl
August 15, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TOPICS OF THE WEEK.

TOPICS OF THE WEEK.

TOPICS OF TIIH, WEEK. Tittlir is sonetlihie teirible in the wild thirst for revenge i f lilaF ate by ex icted tenants in Ireland. The owner of t*e j jd lois his t, dant cannot or will not pay ally rent, nntid jm him ncotice to iait, and, as a rule, there is nothing stilden, uotbu
August 15, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"A PERFECT WOMAN."

"A PERFECT WOMAN."

TO THE EDITOR OF THE ERA. Sir,-I have to thank you for the candid criticism of my comedy A Perfect Woman, which appears in to-day's Era. I have no doubt your critic has in the main correctly hit the weak places in my play as they would appear to the average playgoer. They had, i
August 29, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
RACING NOTES.

RACING NOTES.

Thu seaside Meeting at Brighton was at brilliant affasir in every respect, and produced far more important sport than did the Bank Hloliday affairs at Keempton and Croydon ; at the latter of which places the two year Post Card was twice s5IC- cessful, starting at 8 to 1 in his f
August 8, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE LJONDON~ MUSIC T

THE LJONDON~ MUSIC T

IALLS. SOUTH LONDON PALAUdi. But a ew shot weekhave leiisdcities we we~re ''assisting" at asiteial erfrmaqe oranisd pior to tile. closing of this isisildliog for redeceiiit lsil. The scstcoilding-or some ofit w~calread~y ill its place5 long poles towedfrmlertlfy ceiling and t x'o
August 8, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE DRAMA IN PARIS.

THE DRAMA IN PARIS.

'1'flE DRAMA IN PARIS. (FROMc OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) PARIS, THURsDAY.--The heat to-day is again excessive, but we have had several cool evenings since I last wrote, and, as the weather was completely broken, the five Theatres which remain open have been registering receipts as l
August 8, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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August 29, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MR. CHARLES WARD'S DRAMATIC COMPANY.

MR. CHARLES WARD'S DRAMATIC COMPANY.

Mr Charles Ward's dramatic company recently gave a per- formance of Lord Lytton's Richelieu at St. George's Hall, in aid of the funds of the Mansion House Atalanta Fund; but we fear that an audience numbering about two hundred, with, of course, a large deduction to be made for f
August 22, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ALHAMBRA THEATRE.

ALHAMBRA THEATRE.

(The 1oltowni' appeared in our ToWN EDITION of Last Weel;.] Bliss Constance Loseby, who has rendered sunb admirable srice ill Oltdnbach's comnic opera La Fillc de Tambouor lajo', li 1din it neces-arY to take a short rest, Dldlle. Emelie Petrelli is ler substitute, and madc her f
August 22, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMONG THE FORESTERS.

AMONG THE FORESTERS.

AM1ONG TIHE FORESTERS. 'Foresters, sound the cheerful horn ; hark to the woods away," was the gleeful advice long ago offered. It has been said that advice is like castor oil, very easy to give, but not so easy to take ; and, perhaps, that philosophical remark will apply to the t
August 22, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England