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RACING NOTES.

RACING NOTES.

RACING NOTE S. Nottingham provided good sport for those who journeyed to the borders of Sherwood Forest on Tuesday and Wednesday, and, if the fields were not so large as usual, the meeting must have been a financial success, for on each afternoon the attend- once was a large one.
April 16, 1881 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MISS MARIE HENDERSON.

MISS MARIE HENDERSON.

k,[ISS NsIAMUE HIENDERSON. TO TItE EDITOR OF THE ERA. Si',-When I du emed it my duty to enlighten the Profession regardll-g the high-handed conduict adopted in management by Mr and Mrs Anbrey-for I decline to dissociate them-I was prepared for an avfflaasche of epithets. It has f
April 16, 1881 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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II: it F P A L A (I E.- S,9it V ~ i Ii'dAD LII IIE RA(l' N. Y'aljoty Iilrtillel. MifitLrye Tlill'. Musical SmLe11 Cezirert. (beoe Splecial Advortiscrnrtlts) EstntRavaooe, ST. GEORGE AND THlE yl.l: ,oDIiDAY' DRlAGON. Till's Musica1lStoue Coit- Apil (11,1 to id. j cert. Orlhe~trol
April 16, 1881 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE DRAMA IN PARIS.

THE DRAMA IN PARIS.

TE DR AMA IN PAR IS%. (t'ItO~i 0151 OW ()\N ?? .N ~.ln I. L PAl'IS, Tiluu~auAY.SE.FOIttli DsA~tAi~i20Ii5.iAi OjfieVc~ttf, whichIS ?? than the ordjinary r11i Of such pieces, hlas beeni brougt out a;t this Iso(s, slitler tise title of Lee Posspnes (le l'In1fante. Its libretto is by
April 16, 1881 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"GLASS HOUSES."

"GLASS HOUSES."

"GLASS lIOUSES." ?? ?? E .} (mci OUcn UVElt'UOL, COlSiilPON ta,,Br.) Great ex pectatiofls were raiseld by thle promised ?? otL Monday eveting of' Mr F. W. Broeuglitor'S new and original three-act comedy entitled Glass Houses at the Prince of Wales Theatre, Liverpcol by Messrs Sti
April 16, 1881 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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CH A R LE HO10R SM A N'S 1g P. ( H COMPiANrY April ISlit, TTlEA'TRI ROY AL, DUNDEE, Six NightsI Maylv ]1i5 910I Soil, and all Jttlle vacant. .MAC0ABE;S ADIEU TO OLD ENGLAND, .?.L previousk lo s-omeaectieig a Long wnd Continued Cloitil Elliagerilent in October next, for which arry
April 16, 1881 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMATEURS AT KENSINGTON TOWN HALL.

AMATEURS AT KENSINGTON TOWN HALL.

The Chelsea Hospital for Women will, we believe, derive substantial aid from the amateur performance given at the Kensington Town Hall on the 23d ult. The splendid hall, one of the handsemest in or near London, was coin- pletely filled when the entertainment began, and the perfo
December 3, 1881 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE STROLLING PLAYERS.

THE STROLLING PLAYERS.

THE STROLLING PLAYERS No larger audience loas, we should say, ever assembled n St George's Hall, Langliam-olace, than that which wb fetin ot the evening of Saturday last, ready to give encourag in d to the amateur actors known as the Strolling Players aend t enjoy their doings. W
December 3, 1881 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"THE PEEP O' DAY."

"THE PEEP O' DAY."

"TH:E PEEP O' DAY." In the High Coert of Justice, Chancery Division (before Mr Justice Chitty), onl Monday, came the case of French v. Chat- terton. In thia ease his Lordship grauted an Ex parte injunotion on Saturday to iebtsaiii the performance that evening at the Sadler's Well
December 3, 1881 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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ARR AVIC IN IT'S AG EN THEATRICAL and GENERAL AGENT, 49, Dl{KE-STREET, ST. JAMES'S, LONDON, s.l. (Office HtourF, Eleveoc till Thrlce Daily.) Mr S. A. de Parravicieii linS Special Correspondents in Every Capital ic Europe, Anerica, ati( tle oslonles Solo Agelct for Itloncdin, tte
December 3, 1881 - The Era - London, London, England