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MY CIRCUS-HORSE.

MY CIRCUS-HORSE.

M y el RC US-H O RS E. I was almost forty, and fest myself so peaceably at 5nchorage in my bachelor habits, that nalgo ?? vow never to risk myself in such a dangerous adventure as mnarriage. lb was towards the end of September, 1864, when I arrived from Baden, and my intention wa
August 15, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS, A -TO ?? it would be to advertise it. Exactly what they wtould like,. OFFE53ACH.-La Belle 11lIne was played at the Alhambra in 4usq55t, 1873. Tu oliA. Bm-Ba7fes's opera of The Enchantress was produced at Tp,.svlanc Theatec on Wednesday, Mfay 14th, 1845.
August 15, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE LATE SCHOOL OF DRAMATIC ART.

THE LATE SCHOOL OF DRAMATIC ART.

Tgff LATE SCHOO[ OF DRAMATIC ART. On October 4tb, 1882, the School of Dramatic Art w.as opened. It was, according to the prospectus, founded "to enable those persons wishing to adopt the stage as a profession to obtain a complete dramatic train- inc in all its branches at a moder
August 15, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ROYAL ITALIAN OPERA—PAST AND PRESENT.

ROYAL ITALIAN OPERA—PAST AND PRESENT.

I ROYAL ITALIAN OPERA-PAST AND PRESENT. We are frequently asked why it is that Italian opera, and especially that form of it which was once so flourishing in past seasons at Covent-garden, should have fallen so low in the estimation of the public. Probably the best reply we can g
August 15, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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Is S B E D D A R D, as VIOLET, in A'WJ "A omlln's Victory." OP1NIONS OF THE PRESS. The Chronicle says:- Beddard gracefully illustrated the affectionate nature of Violet. hiss5 Bc ' TIhe Sunday Times says:- ;5iBcsgddard played the girl, Violet Carew, with earnestness. The Era says
August 15, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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N1R. H. CECIL BERYL. All coimmunications to ROYAL FoIECESS'S THEATRE, GLASGOW. E. J. H. S A V I L E. *l 11. All communications to THEATRE ROYAL. SHEFFIELD. MR. JOSEPH D. M'LAREN, General-Manager, Carl Rosa Opera Company, and ROYAL COURT THEATRE, LIVERPOOL. R andG I L B E RT T A T
August 15, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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~i ADEMOISELLE BEATRICE'S I tlr COMEDY-DRAMA COMPANY. J.1.L Under the Management of Mr FRANK HARVEY. Fourteentb Year of Tour. Artistes:- Mr FRANK HARVEY Miss LIZZIE BALDWIN gr T I. BENSON Miss EYRE ROBSON yr IENRY ANDREWS Miss NELLY LINGHAM Br FSE: SHRRA Miss IDA COURTNEY Lr LINI
August 15, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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R. and MRS. HUBERT O'GRADY, Ireland's Representative Comedians, Tea Years' solid success with their own Company and their own Plays. "1EMIGRlATION,'" an Original Comedy-Dramna in Three Acts, by Hubert O'Grady. Immense successa ?? at the New Prince of Wales's Theatre. This is what
August 15, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CRYSTAL PALACE.

CRYSTAL PALACE.

The first juvenile firework night on Thursday was favoured with splendid weather, and the result wasa very large andappre- ciative gathering, putting more feathers into the already well- filled cap of Messrs C. T. Brock and Co., who had amongst the heartiest of their applauders
August 15, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MR. DAVID JAMES.

MR. DAVID JAMES.

For a man who has not reached middle age to rank among the foremost comedians of his time, and to have held that position for at least ten years, is (says "W. I. L." in The Edinburgh C'nra-wt) by no means an everyday achievement. It is a distinction, however, worthily worn by AM
August 15, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England