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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. B11TRIM-1,Ve thi17c M'rs Kcnadeol scas born at Great Grimsby, loarn 1 if, 184-4, so jljrs I is in the fortieth 2/ear of her age. T ' -1'01Si ow11 fcd the address in our adtvertisement columns. ji'-i .bo anid ALMA T.-If your engayements have been ?? isai
October 4, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE DRAMA IN AMERICA.

THE DRAMA IN AMERICA.

THE DIRAMA IN AMERICA. (FROc OUR OWN COaRESPONDONf) NEW YORK, FEBnuRaRY 2G.-There has been a dearth of theatrical news during the past week, probably for the reason that the productions now being given in this city possess more than the average merit, and consequently attract fai
March 15, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE BLOOMSBURY RIFLES.

THE BLOOMSBURY RIFLES.

THi BLOOMSBURy RIFLES. On Wednesday night there was a tremendous gathering at the headquarters of the Bloomsbury Rifles, Chenies-street, Bedford-square. The hall was crowded, and the performance was, perhaps, the greatest success the Bloomsbury Rifles have yet achieved. They had
March 15, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. S. P. f. -Shacespeare's play of Taming of the Shrew was pro- duced at Astlcyss aS an equestrian drama in January, 1857, mutler the title of Katherine and Petruchio. ATrsxis.-The lion Nero foughtthedogs at WarwsickinJiely, 1825. J. B. R.-Taefous d's play
September 20, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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T HE LATE CHARLES READE'S DRAMAS.- T TO LONDON AND PROVINCIAL MANAGERS. The Undersigned is open to negotiation for the following sue- cessfulf PiPeesc:-" .MASKS AND FACES," "THE KING'S RIVAL," "TWO LOVES AND A LIFE"l " NEVER TOO LATE TO MEND," "DRINK,""FOULOPLAY GI"GFFITHI GAUNT;
September 20, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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=pE'STABLE WATERS W's hnae a ays had the patronage of Royalty, anti, ?? besplied to thle queen. ABL WATERS t h, cel., %Sater5 5s1pplicii at the Inter- S 32tft;Ollal 11e ItllExhi'bition. ic jI'S\ b PEtTABL W AT R S. CAI-TION.-Ask far -~SCHWEPPE'S,"'and SI ?? bear "FOUNTAIN" Trade
May 24, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PROFESSOR PAUER ON PIANOFORTE MUSIC.

PROFESSOR PAUER ON PIANOFORTE MUSIC.

Mr Ernst Farer principal professor of the pianoforte at the ?? College of Music delivered before a large audience at the Royal Institution, Albernarle-street, on the 17th inst., tire first of a course of six lectures err "The History and Develop- ment of the Blusie for the Piano
January 26, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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ADEMOISELLE BEATRICE'S r 1LL COMEDY-DRAMA COMPANY. Under the ;Management of Mr FRANK HARVEY Fourteenth Year of Tour. Artistes:- G Mr FRANK HARVEY Mliss ANNIE BALDWIN Mr T. W. BENSON Miss EYBE ROBSON Mr HENRY ANDREWS Miss NELLY LING;AM Mr C. M. YORK Miss LIZZIE BALDWIN Mr E. SIEIR
January 26, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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A L L I S. )1 I So '-lili11ica~ors1 forwarded it addressed, ?J CeO fln"ijci meot-street,__E.C. L T ISE MOODI - "rFreod frons her recent illness,- -d trr S~,- casso Or Speciality. U!. rI oltO otar 1InS-ard-r oa Dorking, to be forwarded. - rNA KMss SNSTANCE LOSEBY, |s a ece' ?? to
May 3, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"HER OWN ENEMY" AT THE GAIETY.

"HER OWN ENEMY" AT THE GAIETY.

Capt. A. Standish, U.S. ?? ML EsMUND MAURICE Mathewv Standish ?? Mr CHARiES VANDNiserF Raymond Lessing ?? i Mr STEWART DAWSON Dr. Gossitt ?? . r F. M. PAGEr Sammy Dymple ?? MI T. C. BiNDsOSS Thorsby Gyll ?? ?? Mr FULLER MELLISH Ragmoney Jim .Ai r JULIAN CROSS Padder ?? ?? Mr M.
March 29, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England