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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
 
LITERATURE.

LITERATURE.

LITERA A TURE. T'IE GENTLEMAN'S MAGAZINE for August opens with MIr Francillon's story Queen Cophetua. A singular bit of historical writing will be found in the article called A Perished Kernel. T. F. Thistleton Dyer writes pleasantly concerning The Folse- lore of the Mloon, many
August 22, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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P PR. J. L. TOOLE'S gi ?? CRUST" COMPANIES, U Unlder the Directiori of Mr GEORGE LOVEDAY. organised for the perfect Represcntatiol of the New and Original Comedy, in Three Acts, called "TlE UPPER CCRUST" by Mr Henry J. Byron. (His latest and treatcst success.) The OrganisatiOfs i
August 22, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MISS ALLEYN IN BRIGHTON.

MISS ALLEYN IN BRIGHTON.

New Juliets are not uncommon, but those pas sessiog al those external attributes and qualifications one intuitively associates jyith the partner of Rtolnco is rare, and we can say without hesitatioo that Mliss Aleyn1 is one of thesec-a sara avis. From the momnent her lithe and g
August 22, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON THEATRES.

THE LONDON THEATRES.

THE LONDON THEATRIES Mest of the theatrical programmnes in the Metropolis liave remained unchanged during the past week. The few altera. tions may be thus noted. The Irish, draina, of The Eeiceke5 has been transferred from the STANDAIOI) to the OLY~e~l,. Drink, with Mr Charles Wa
August 22, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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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~II iSS W A L L I S IteUting. Autumn Tour, with carefully selected Company, will rscc- September 13t1h, at THEiVTRE llOYAL, BIRMINGHAM. 1: ertoloc -" Nilln," by IV. G. Wills; "iRoumeo and Juliet," "As yts I Like It,' and " Lady of Lyons." General Business Manager, Mr w. perlFlTIS
August 22, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TOPICS OF THE WEEK.

TOPICS OF THE WEEK.

TOPICS OF rTHE WEEK. PITTER complaints are made against the Government for keeping the Senators so long at their posts. One great autumn festilatl, the 12th, has passed, the first of September approaches raieidiy, and still they are not happy. In vain do fidgetty Mem- h.es inquir
August 22, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
HAVERLY'S MASTODON MINSTRELS.

HAVERLY'S MASTODON MINSTRELS.

HAVERLY'S MASTODON MINSTRELS There was a remarkable transformation at Her Majesty's Theatre oss Saturday night. Where of late audiences lead listened to the sorrows of Marguerite as represented by Madame Christine Nilsson, and had filled the Theatre to witness Boito's admirable o
August 8, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

p r n XI NCaIAL THIE AT RI CA TA . PU,,fl~ - l W! (0RR1SONI)ENT,-.) (F'ROM OUB OWN uw7g;s9t ?? ,, ABEBREEINl'. act A.ESTXI STHEATRE.-Lessee and Manageress, Mliss Anni *dS (rs Rlaisbeck lobilisait) ; Acting-dManager, Mr I. Itiin: ?? WIilliflin Sidney and his company remain G.re lt
August 8, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England