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MISS LAURA VILLIERS AS FEDORA.

MISS LAURA VILLIERS AS FEDORA.

MISS L AURA VILLIERS AS FEDORA. NORTHAMPTON. Miss Villiers, being only a young actrees, is considered to have been bold izdeed in attempting so dificeult a part as Fedora, this being the celebrated character of Madame Sarah Bernhardt, but it is generally admitted that she has com
October 18, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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TO COBRESPONDENTS. Th Ze E l glshlii ctiitdatec .iagyazioe," published 1(5 1if.iVdancing licence of the Alhambra was refused by Stlri~telscr ?? on October- 13th, 1870. Mi, F.. wasC dictt s mie>7/n gev. Thte ballet complained of weas SlO tH~ . Nations, peforonecd by Meliell. Colon
October 18, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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TE N STAR THEATRE OF ;1,ASGOV sit the Gaiety at POrnslr prie5 and is now the ll r ls ulytF be~rtwefl thlese Theatres, which is found to be great cf C~b~ztb0oos and comfort to the Artists. W -- arElNTRAL FAIR GROUND, F'5 5SG 5 ig LEVT flotr eves^ry description of Exhibition, ye i
October 18, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"DYKWYNKYN."

"DYKWYNKYN."

" DYKWYNKYN." TO THE EDITOR OF THE ERA. Sir,-Will you kindly permit me to repeat my appeal for help on behalf of Mr Richard Wynn Keene, professionally known as "Dykwynkyn." He is seventy-four years of age, is in a state of great dis- tress, and is suffering from paralysis, from w
October 25, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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The Vital Spark. xI S S J E N N Y H I L L. M), None but herself can be her parallel.-TLLEORALiD. MNbUSEUMf. BIRMINGHAM. Unequalled triumph. "The Bookmaker," " The Bookmaker,' " The Bookmaker. Sole Business Agent, Mr Huns J. DIDOCOTT. The Gem of Comedy. AD A L U ND B E RG 1A concl
October 25, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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The World-renowtned, Only, and Original. & E E G I R A R D Si 1 includinghliss KATE, the World's Greatest Lady Grotesque, in their marvellous Entertainment entitled Idis-cyncrasies." CRYSTAL PALAST, LEIPZIG, GERMANY. At Liberty for Christuics. First-class Theatres only. Address,
October 4, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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V A N L A S, A or Musical 'aVioY'S, AL . ARWN'OOD'3, aid Q-UEEN'S, POPLAR. ?? 1etapoimn &c,! to folio'; Mtiit setrolPovitn~ I l Ycr -rad, S.E. SoeAet H. WRitNeR, 11, York-radSB IWareer's Musical Stars, Ok ' FOUR Original JEES, RHE U is thcir grat Musical Etcentricity, THTaROWLlTA
October 4, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
POISONOUS OYSTERS.

POISONOUS OYSTERS.

TO TEE EDITOR OF TEE EEA. Sir,-It was with much regret that I read the paragraph in your issue of Saturday last stating that those deservedly popular artistes, Messrs Grossmith and Barrington, suffered so much, during their well-earned holiday, from having eaten poisonous oyster
October 4, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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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
 
"DRIVEN FROM HOME."

"DRIVEN FROM HOME."

lDRIVEN FROM HOME." \^ ,lt-l ilar'trtsi~kl ?? mr L. DAoNVOO ~11E;11011 h leig. Mr F. LINFIELlI strI latherlgl IrCnIAicLrS STUART GclrLe C ?? M.. AIr G. ARMSTRONG G WariLig . Mrl FRANK NELSON 1 .ter Ic ttileC ?? . M IV. MORTIASIER Ton NfcMrtlaitee Ai ItlT~ ?? M ONTAGUE l.}jirieO5
October 11, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England