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GREAT EASTERNj1 RAILWAY.- TWO MONTHS, FORITNIGTLY, nld Cheap SATURDAY to BIONDAY RETURN TICKETS are now issd tovAMOT oues- loft, Cromoer, South wold, Aldebugigh, Felix~tOwie, HarSwich, Dovecut ?? and HunstalltOll ATs.NTH-AE A SPCIALEXCUSION TRAIN to WLO.NTEAE A SPrCALr and Urh wi
August 29, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MISS ALLEYN AT BIRMINGHAM.

MISS ALLEYN AT BIRMINGHAM.

MISS ALLEYN AT BIrMlINGIIAM. JULIET. I~is a Allayri Iar, roe d~oubt isot, a ibtillieait career IraLfr ii arid it is no sisial1 pra~ise ti Soy that lire reoleririg '1 Ilie 1115 '11t al of Shakeospeare's femnale eloaracters lire ea~blalrihed her a posiirnlee~~ profession which actr
August 29, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
RICHMOND THEATRE.

RICHMOND THEATRE.

A special performarice was given at the above Theatre last Srturday by the celebrateld Castc comlpany, in which DIr T. W. t,,bertson, soun of the author of that ?? comedy, appeared. fat Ici naI` orrgiirrlly plroriaced( at ?? 1'rilc ?? Walcs's Theatre in IeS7 1,n it has ever sita
August 29, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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R. WILFORD M O R QT A N, Principal Tenor, THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY-LANE, concluded his most successful Engagement May 29th, and is now at Liberty to accept Engagements for Operas and Concerts. Address, 27, Charles-strcet, St. Junies's-square. 5r. W I L F R E D ESMOND, 1t1 ?? Tclsor,
August 29, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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ThT R. Pronounced Success of 1I A H1 R Y J AC KS O N N MOSS JEWELL, ill "1 XWold" (by arrangement with Walter Gooch, Esq.), Every Evening, DRURY-LANE THEATRE. Al comntullicationis Royal Princess's Theatre. AUGUSTUS GLOVER, I"l * THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY-LANE, Every Evening. Communica
August 29, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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"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
 
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M'55 ~~S-USA N anNL~' ?? by W. Foulis for T. W. Robrto'S"Choote" lkf Compay, ( 2 L C tit-. Naomi TiooE, "Schl "ay e' ('us;" 2)rs Piectteek "Cis oeflO." TIlBAl'RE ROYAL, IEIGlILEY, velvCi~ , __ U'e li'T (eek rs" li W. w Grifiths, andlayanl dCo_ T ve atiig litg b, Ag 1t1 m gar'sit9
August 29, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A JESTER'S ESSAY ON FOOLS.

A JESTER'S ESSAY ON FOOLS.

Mr Wallebt, the "Queen's Jester," addressing his audience at Keith's Circus, Douglas, Isle of Man, on the 18th inst., delivered himself after this fashion :-"There never was a character on the great stage of life or the drama so much misunderstood as the one I am endeavouring to
August 29, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
STAGE PLAYS IN A MUSIC HALL.

STAGE PLAYS IN A MUSIC HALL.

At Aberdees, on Tuesday, Elijah Pryce, Manager of Pepper' Ghost and Spectral Opera Company, was charged with conI- travening the Act for the ?? of Thcatres, by having on the 16th, 17th, and 18th August acted or presented for hire in the Music Hall, Aberdeen, a certain part of a
August 29, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THEATRICAL GOSSIP.

THEATRICAL GOSSIP.

TIIE IfTRIC-L GOSSIP. | I. .- .n n n inri THE building of the new Pl'rslsc05 is going on swimmingly; so, too is the Proprietor Mr Wgalter Gooh whs of shaasim on Thu~rsday much against his will. Mrloc labe stayin at Broxbeurne with his wiue, Miss Fanny Leslie. The ay, onl the rive
August 29, 1880 - The Era - London, London, England