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A PLEA FOR THE LEGITIMATE.

A PLEA FOR THE LEGITIMATE.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE EaR. Sir, -Every true lover of the art of dramatic writing will be gratified at the prospect of a polemical contro- versy which is likely to arise as to the artistic and literary merits of so-called farcical comedy, which is now almost a monopoly in the thea
September 19, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE COMEDIE-FRANCAISE MUSEUM.

THE COMEDIE-FRANCAISE MUSEUM.

TIHE COM1NIDI-E-FRAN.CMUSE MTIIUSEU. en' 05111 'WPECIA '5'0ns3ts'ceiiliDm'T.) ti OiC ?? h's i-scent .ecters oar correspondent men- tioned. tiat the fi~e of 'the ?? is cinuito Pending the re i 'tioss of lit mu~ral ta-isciugse and the cructolle of a new c-she'-, to 'wlc t. (leils-a
September 5, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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Advertisements & Notices

aMesrs, LIVERMORtE ltltOTtiElS' Orbrinal T-Esablihed 553 Sole and Rtesrritsible P1r-rrrietvrs, ?? LiEc-cesloc, Louis Uvirniestar, and C. J. LIVERMaREen. All the Year Rhoundl. Thirty StrAtists The Only Company travelling tradertire direotiolr of Livermore Ilcerhers. Perraaatent Ad
September 5, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MESSRS. BESSON AND CO.'S CONCERT.

MESSRS. BESSON AND CO.'S CONCERT.

I MIESSPRS. BESSON AND CO.'S CONCERT. A concert in which instruments manufactured by Messrs Besson and Co., of Euston-road, on their patent prototype system, were used -was recently given in the Music Room at the Inventories Exhibition. Before pro- ceeding to describe the concert
September 12, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AN AMATEUR QUARTET PARTY.

AN AMATEUR QUARTET PARTY.

AN, AMATEUR QUARTET PARTY. Music has its votaries even in remote districts, but it unfortunately happens that technical skill does not always keep pace with musical enthusiasm. At least, it was so in the quaint little Buckinghamshire town of Cressham, a few miles from Amersham, w
September 12, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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THE DRAMA IN PARIS.

THE DRAMA IN PARIS.

TiHE DRAMA IN PARIS. (F1eeM Oult OWN CORRESPONDENT.l p S2lS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24. - Tle week through which we have just passed has been bustling eaugh to put the critic's endurance and ubiquity to a sevore test. Not often, indeed, during a pretty long expsrioce do I remember so
September 26, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MR. CHARLES WARNER AT RAMSGATE.

MR. CHARLES WARNER AT RAMSGATE.

"THE STREETS OF LONDON."-Successful us Mr Wynn Miller's spirited catering has been during the period in which Sanger's has been under his manage. ment, all previous efforts for theatre-goers must corn- pletely pale before the immense popularity and enthusiasm which have met his
September 26, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TIfE LONDON THEATRES

TIfE LONDON THEATRES

. The continual influx of provincial visitors is at this period of great value in augmentiag the audiences at our larger West.end theatres, and at several houses the attendance is above the usual autumnal average. At DRUscY-LAN'E the new romantic spectacular play of Heman Natu se
September 26, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MUSICAL BORES.

MUSICAL BORES.

ICilgr Ludwig, of Bavaria, has been often laughed at ?? he prefers to takle his musical recreation alone, qlld commands the entire services of principal artists, hood assd chorus in a -Wagnerian representation for his sole gratification. Bossibl5; there may be other ?? unnknown
September 19, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MR. F. H. CELLI.

MR. F. H. CELLI.

This clever baritone singer and excellent actor is about to pay a visit to the Unitcel States, and will sail for New York oi Thursday, October 5th, in the Britasnnic. Mr Cclli's theatrical and ope) atio history is a varied and interesting one. lie sas educated for the Civil Serv
September 19, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England