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Royal Concert at Ascot.

Royal Concert at Ascot.

The Dchess of ornllatight and Princess Chriscian assisted ,0 >4SaniorLy at tcriooan at a concert given at Ascot in aid of the fll,.11 for the coxeipletions of St. Amne's Church, Bagshot, the srectiolI ?? wvhichj is mainly attributable to the exertions of the Dalle of ?? and the
August 18, 1883 - The Era - London, London, England
 
RACING NOTES.

RACING NOTES.

It would he as well if Monday's racing were done away with at Newmarket, for the sport is certainly not popular with the majority of turfites, and it entails a lot of Sunday labour. Professionals do not like it, and although they assisted in strong force at the opening of the Se
October 13, 1883 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MR. A. BEAUMONT, AS DUNSCOMBE DUNSCOMBE, IN "M.P."

MR. A. BEAUMONT, AS DUNSCOMBE DUNSCOMBE, IN "M.P."

MR. A. BEAUMONT, AS DUT2SCOMBE DUNSCOMBE, IN "M.P." It wvas generally admitted that Mr Robertson had brought together a company of more than ordinary excellence. Mr A. Beaumont brought to bear upon the part of Dunscombe Duns- coinl)e much dignity and polish. The old English gentl
October 13, 1883 - The Era - London, London, England
 
RACING NOTES.

RACING NOTES.

It is a pity that the York and Epsom clashing could not have been avoided, for by it both meetings suffered, though Epsom was not so much affected as its northern rival. On the Knavesmire the principal event, the Great Northern Handicap, fell to a really smart three-year-old in
April 21, 1883 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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THE BARRY SULLIVAN TOUR, B1S83-4. Under the Direction of Mr MICHAEL GUNN. Specially Organised Company. New Dresses, Armour, &c. All dates filled. THEATRE ROYAL, SHEFFIELD, September 10th, for Six Nights. Stage-Manager, Mr W. BRAOGINTON. Musical Director, Mr JNO. V. CoNNELY. Actin
September 8, 1883 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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D R U R Y - L A N E.- o Produced bv AUGUSTUStJARRIS onlionn gigantic scale. Every Evening at 715. Mo rnnin, P 'erforman mecs every Monday, Tuesday, %Vednesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 130. Earry Doors to ensure Seats, od. extra. " N D B A D." By B. L. BLANCHARD. ust-ar Barrett
January 6, 1883 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A NEW JULIA.

A NEW JULIA.

On Tuesday Afternoon, March 13th, " THE HUNCHBACK." Master Walter ?? Mr JoiIe RYDER Sir Thomas Clifford ?? Mr CHARLES COOPER Modus ?? ?? Mr PHILIP DAY Lord Tinsel ?? ?? Mr F. CHARLES Master Wilford ?? ?? Mr R. C. LYoNS Gaylove ?? ?? Mr W. WINTYRE Master Heartwell ?? Mr E. CROAMB
March 17, 1883 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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NTISS BLANCHE HERRICK ait Liberty, for Special Engagemienlt or First-elass Tour. Address, ?? Cauden-street, Caiides-road, NW. ;or, Agents. M^f ISS EIMILIE FENWICK, lU. TIIEATllE ROYAL, MELBOURNE. Miss Fenwick, who appeared for the first time in Melbourne, pro- duced a most favour
January 6, 1883 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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Gigantic Success Nightly at GAIETY, EDINBURGH, a E R P Y M A C, ii the Ecceitric Ic-ish Lecturier, Burlsque Sonigand Dance Artistc, &c. 'Foldediddlido," My Son John," " Bricklayers' Clerk." Terrific sucecss extraordinary of Hiss FLO CAI'EL, FLO API'EL, the best Male Inipler-socca
January 6, 1883 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"SHADOW AND SUNSHINE,"

"SHADOW AND SUNSHINE,"

" SHADOW AND SUNSHINE," a New Drama, in Four Acts, by R. Palgrave, produced at the Theatre Royal, Edinburgh, March 31st. This new play, by the author of Tie Faithful Heart, Cast Adrift, &e., was produced as above by Miss Bateman and com- pany, and may be credited with a genuine s
April 7, 1883 - The Era - London, London, England