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A RELIO OF THE GREELEY EXPEDITION.

A RELIO OF THE GREELEY EXPEDITION.

-AOEPI A RELIO OF THEI GREELE Y EXPEDITION. I Public feeling was recently stirred to its depths by the story of the terrible sufferings of the members of the Greeley Ex.peditioll, Which left the United States ill quest of the open Polar Sea, and met with the fate vwhich has befal
November 29, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MISS ROBERTSON'S FAREWELL CONCERT.

MISS ROBERTSON'S FAREWELL CONCERT.

Concert "indisposition" is becoming quite a grievance to lovers of music, and it has seldom been displayed in such an aggravated form as at the farewell concert given by Miss Robertson at St. James's Hall on Tuesday afternoon. An immense audience came to hear the celebrated voca
March 22, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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flR u R Y L A N E.- D Monday next, New Features, New Attractions. AUGUSTUS HARRIS, Lessee. The Havern! Season under the management of WM. FOOTE. HAVERLY'S AMERICAN PAN MASTODON MINSTRELS. .First Appearance in Londoli of the Wonderful Tyrolean Warbler, G. W. Lawless. First Appeara
July 5, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
HOW ENGLISH PLAYS ARE MADE.

HOW ENGLISH PLAYS ARE MADE.

BY ONE WHO DOES NOT MANE 'EM. The drama, speaking collectively, to my mind very much resembles a restaurant bill of fare. I place the farce parallel with the soup, the comedietta with the fish, the farcical comedy -or, to give it a more lucid title, the double entendre farce- I
July 5, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MUSIC HALL AGREEMENTS.

MUSIC HALL AGREEMENTS.

MUSIC HALL AGREEBMENTS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ERA. Sir,-In your last issue you publishied al sccount of a meeting convened for the purpose of opening again the question of "M'Callum v. Brarnmnall," which was decided before the Recorder of Manchester -at the late trial; also a lett
July 5, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

PR1OVINCIAL THEATPRICALS. (FOBO OUR OWN CORRSESPONDENTS.) ACCOIYrYTON. Lio1101 PRiT e's TiHEATRE.- roericter Dr J. 1l Orinerd.lclV Li1e1t Ellis and company are here this week with lip Von Tihle acll it in7 the Dark. The pleees have drawit very falr houses. The theistic closes to-
June 7, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THEATRICAL GOSSIP.

THEATRICAL GOSSIP.

THEMTRICAL GOSSIP. Mu J. R. TAeLOR's brief inglorious reign at Her Majesty's Theatre came to a sudden termination at the end of last week, and afforded another illustration of the folly of a too vaulting ambition and of the recklessness which so frequently charac- terises amateur
May 10, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"A BITTER WRONG."

"A BITTER WRONG."

" BITTER WRONG." TO TatE EDITOR OF THE ERA. Sir,-1Vill you allow me to say a few words respecting the "storm in a ?? " that has been raised by Mr Holmes, who sersca, by the way, to throughly understand the art of getting an advertisement for nothing. Ir John Douglass did not "tak
May 10, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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May 10, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE IRVING DRAMATIC CLUB.

THE IRVING DRAMATIC CLUB.

There will be less occasion to dwell at length on the excel. lent representation of As You Like Ift, given by the Irving Dramatic Club at St. George's Hall on Thursday evening, from the fact that we have already given favourable comments upon the performance of the same comedy b
June 14, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England