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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. JuvEnTis.-The effect you describe sas produced by a dangerous chensical toy called "Pharaoh's serpents," composed of sutpho.cycoside of mercury. They score first made at Paris in the summer of 1865, but when their poisonous fumes score recognised as inj
November 7, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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LIVERPOOL.-ROYAL COURT THEATRE] So1ile'Prooprietor, Mr CARL Rs0A.-One of' the most elegant and perfectly, appointed Theatres in England. Unequalled or its acoustic properties. No Debenture nor Season Ticket C holdcro. Only a few Autumn and Spring dates open, for C0 which none but
November 7, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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The Celebrated A IR I I. A U R I ' S. T Renowned S ENGfLISH PANTOMIME COMPANY, lic THEATER DER REICHSHALLEN, fromOct. B 1th, in their own Original Pantomimes, " LE gt~ Pto i " " SUR LES TOITS," and "LA SHAlt DE LA Dee. 11th to March 215th, 186S, Madame lelta *nd Mr C. Lauri, jun.
November 7, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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The Vital Spark, T E N N Y HI . ) None but herself can be her parallel.-Theobald. The usual big business ,at MUSEUMI, BIRMINGHAM. Monday next, Second Week as above. Sole Agents, Victor and Turnbull, 143, Stamford-street, S.E. Thc Unapproached and Unapproachable. p has scored a gr
November 7, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS IN DUBLIN.

AMUSEMENTS IN DUBLIN.

AMUSBMENTS INDUBLIN. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) GAIETY THEATRE.-PrOprietor, Mr M. Gunn; Actiig- Manager, Mr M. J. Doyle.-On Monday last Mrs Langtry opened here in the play in four acts, from the French of Sardou, by Messrs B. C. Stephenson and Clement Scott, entitled Peril. Th
November 21, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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JACKDAW CLUB.

JACKDAW CLUB.

This club (of which, by the way, Mr Wilson Barrett is the president) gave a performance of Paul Meritt's drama The Golden Plough at the Park Hall, Park- street, Camden-town, on Tuesday last. The "Jack. daws " are evidently a lively, enterprising flock, and, not only do they indu
November 21, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE NEW LONDON PAVILION.

THE NEW LONDON PAVILION.

THE NEW LONDON PAVILIO J. One of the most remarkable features in connection with the recent improvements in the neighbourliood of Piccadilly-circus has been therate of pulling (jowls the old London Pavilionand puttingup anew one ii i ts pilace. The old building was closed after t
November 21, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MUSIC HALL LITIGATION.

MUSIC HALL LITIGATION.

In the Court of Qaeen's Bench on Thursday was heard the action M'Glennon v. Chaney. The plaintiff inc this case was a composer of songs, and one of his pro. ductions was called "Digging Lumps of Gold." The defendant was the proprietor of the Palace of Varieties, a music hall at
November 28, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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"flUMAN NATURE" AT DRURY-LANE, ii EVERY EVENING-UNTIL CHRISTMAS, BY HENRY PETTITT and AUGUSTUS HARRIS. COMPLETE CONSENSUS OF COMPLIMIENTARY CRITICISMS. DRURY-LANE TEEATRE and the GENERAL ELECTION. With a view to satisfy the poiitical cravings of "Human Nature" during the next few
November 28, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
HISTORICAL PLAYS.

HISTORICAL PLAYS.

The production of Casimir Delavignt's Don Juan ?? at the Royalty, at the commencement of M. Mayer's present season, was the occasion of more than one criticism upon the nature and value of what are known as historical plays. This is a perennial topic, for, from the earliest ages
November 28, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England