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ON THE ROAD, APRIL 9.

ON THE ROAD, APRIL 9.

ALONE IN LONDON (Original).-Theatre Royal, Oldham. ARABIAN NIGHTS (Hawtrey).-Lyceum T.,-Edinburgh. ARABIAN NIGHTS (Glover).-Grand Theatre, Derby. As IN A LooKINL-GLASS.-T. R., West Hartlepuol. A WOMAN'S VENGEANCE.-O. H., Ashton-under-Lyne. BARRISTER, The.-Opera House, Burnley. B
April 7, 1888 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE MYSTERY OF A GLADSTONE BAG.

THE MYSTERY OF A GLADSTONE BAG.

At Bishop Auckland, on Monday, before the Rev. G. P. Wilkinson and Mr Ralph Nelson, two men, named' John Zacmbra, aged twenty-three, and John BManley, aged twenty-two, were charged with stealing a bag containing clothing, Rc., altogether valued at 13, the property of S. T. Chatt
April 7, 1888 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THEATRICAL GOSSIP.

THEATRICAL GOSSIP.

MR HENRY IRVING and Biss Ellen Terry arrived at Southampton on Friday from New York, by the North German Lloyd steamer Saale, and were met by Mr Brami Stoker and Mr H. Loveday. Mr Irvieg left Southampton by the seven o'clock train, due in London at ten,-but Miss Terry goes on by
April 7, 1888 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MR. DONELLY ON SHAKESPEARE.

MR. DONELLY ON SHAKESPEARE.

MR. DONNELLY ON S3HAKESPEiRE. Ignatius Donnelly, " the great Minnesota crypto- gramist," lectured on the ShakeBpeare-Bgcon contro- versy to a large audience in Chicago the other day. It was an audience of bibliormaniacs. There were young men with high foreheads, young men with sp
April 7, 1888 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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Twelv Nights, April 16th ; also ;Acr or Glrden?, SUmlincr Season, Cris, Ventriloquist, jjeAnd,, r Theatr- NWial. Last Year, Pier, Aberystwyth. TE;D, Offers Monday and onwards. Wire, pf esor MOLnDri. lefined. Clever Ventriloquist and t;lcsardy P-O, Eston, Yorks; Sunday, care Oxfor
April 7, 1888 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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I ss LOUISE MOODIE lv eselfledes finally her Tour with " East Lyonne" (Manage- ~es gr Pitt Hardaore), July 31st. QUEEN1'S, MANCHESTER. ISS CONSTANCE LOSEBY NJA Disengaged. Address, 79, The Grove, Hamnmeresmitb, W. r I S S W A L L I S 'n Town. All businesscommunieations will be fo
April 7, 1888 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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yrB,. H. CECIL BERYL. TJl THEATRE ROYAL, EDINBURGH. privatc address, 26, Burnbank-gardens, Glasgow, W. London ePresefltative. Mr Arthur Blackmore, 11 , Garrick-street, W.C. H . .A SAVILE, pl hf~~~anager, M~r Edward Compton's " Jane Shore " Company, THEATRE ROYAL, EDINBURGH, April
April 7, 1888 - The Era - London, London, England
 
GAIETY FAREWELL BALL.

GAIETY FAREWELL BALL.

I One of the most sumptuous, brilliant, and elegant entertainments that has ever been given to the thea- trical profession took place at the Hbtel Mdtropole last Thursday, when . party of friends, whose number was limited to 300, were invited by a committee, in whose hands the m
April 7, 1888 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"TOO LOVELY BLACK EY'D SUSAN."

"TOO LOVELY BLACK EY'D SUSAN."

" TOO LOVELY BLACK EY'D SUSAN." A New Burlesque Perversion of Douglas Jerrold's "Black-Ey'd Susan," written by Horace Lennard. Produced at the Crystal Palace on Monday, April 2d, 1888. William ?? Miss FANNIE LESLIE Gnatbrain . .M. iss RATE JAMEs Hatchet . . . Mr FRANR M. WOOD Rat
April 7, 1888 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"WILFUL MURDER."

"WILFUL MURDER."

"WILFUL MURDBD A Drama, in Four Acts, by John F. Preston played for the First Time on ally State at tha Theatre Royal, Woolwich, on Easter Manday, April 2d, ISSs, Sir Jasper Mlsntgomnery ...Mr Joe'Z F' aI0' Phillip Montgomery .P ?? Lord Harry Dudley . M - - r COLI H. ROn5 Count V
April 7, 1888 - The Era - London, London, England