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MR. & MRS. GERMAN REED'S ENTERTAINMENT.

MR. & MRS. GERMAN REED'S ENTERTAINMENT.

| MR. &t MRS. GERiA N RE EDS ENTERTAINMENT. The continued absence of Mr Corney Grain, owing to indis- position, is miuch regretted by the patrons of the above popular entertainment, and tile most cordial desire is expressed that this gifted artiste-for Sir CGrney Grain is an arti
November 29, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE PENNY DINNER MATINEE.

THE PENNY DINNER MATINEE.

THE PEN'NY DINNER M ATIN EE. Considering the wretched state of the wcather it Imay, 1,r that there was a good audience at the Gaiety on Tu~dab It the inatinde given in aid of what is called the Penny t Fund for Poor Children. Pit and gallery were quite full, the higher priced par
December 6, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ACTRESSES' MARRIAGES.

ACTRESSES' MARRIAGES.

The ancient philosopher remarked of marriage that it was one of those things which if you did not do it you would regret it, and if you did commit it you would like- wise regret it. Counsel on such a subject has, from time immemorial, been considered as harmless but ineffectual.
December 6, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

MR. and MRS. LIONEL RIGNOLD, IEngaged by Harry Jackson, Esq., for'1 Nell Gwynne " Tour. MIiss M1ARIE D'ALTRA (Mrs R.) as' IARJORIE. Mr LIONELI RIGNOLD as BEADLE and Stage-Manager. Address, THEATRE ROYAL, CHELTENHAM, Septemiberlst, Three Nights. Opera Houso, Cork, to follov. "Silv
August 30, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MR. EDWARD TERRY IN A. W. PINERO'S NEW COMEDY "IN CHANCERY."

MR. EDWARD TERRY IN A. W. PINERO'S NEW COMEDY "IN CHANCERY."

MR. EDWARD TERRY IN A. W. PINERO'S NEW COMEDY "IN CHANCERY.' The production of a new comnedy fromn the pen of 3fr Pinero by Mr Edward Terry anid his company was sufficient to attract a very large audience last night to all parts of the Lyceum Theatre. In the stalls, pit, and circ
September 27, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

HE T W O D E A N S T (TOM and NELLIE) PRINCE OF WALES'S THEATRE, NORTHAMPTON, Every Evenig. Lithos by Chatterton, and Co. Agent, H. J. DIDCOTT. IHE M'GIJINNESSES (JAC:ZK and ROSE), 1 Monday, NEW TYNE, NEWCASTLE, Return. CLARA ROSE; ?? "Hello, Maria," thanks MissLizzieVilliers for
September 27, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THEATRICAL GOSSIP.

THEATRICAL GOSSIP.

TicE new play, by Henry A. Jones, at the Vaudeville Theatre, will he produced1 during the last week in September, and will be entitled Saints and Sinners. The east will include Mr Thomas Thorns, Messrs Henry Neville, WV. Mackintosh, Fredk. Thorns, W. Lestocq, E. DI. Robson, H. A
September 6, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AN OPERATIC QUARREL.

AN OPERATIC QUARREL.

The recent brilliantly successful engagement of the Carl Rosa troupe at the Gaiety Theatre, Dublin, wound up, according to local reports, in bloodshed and in black eyes. It was on Saturday morning that the hostile operatic encounter took place, and the occasion is not unlikely t
September 6, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MR. HARRY PAULTON'S MATINEE.

MR. HARRY PAULTON'S MATINEE.

MB. I-IERRY P AULTON'S MATINRZ On Saturday, November 22d, l'rduodletio o llin ref New Three-Ac t '" Mhat you ?? -, citi LILIES; Ol, ?? AND ACTRtEs~s]e." SYr Lesonard LavetiderI-a l . ?? i x) Mrv Randolph \WeivV ryttt lion. Charles Ramliol.d - \I ii Slippea r .. ?? ?? ?? IN. lil q
November 29, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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Advertisements & Notices

C'OUGHS, COLDS, ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS, NEURALGIA, Crc-b i. J. COLIS ,1BltOON'NE'S CIILORODYNE, Dr. J. C. ]BROWNE (hilt )i-m ?? Staff) Disrovereil a Renmed.y to denote which he coined the Word CHLORODG'Ni. Dr. Browns is the Sole Inventor, and o s thb CcomPOsition of Chiorodyne cannot
March 22, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England