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LDRIDGE'S, LONDON.-Established 17.58.- A Public SALES by AUCTION of HORSES and CARRIAGES every Wednesday and Saturday, commioencing at Eleveno'clock Horses should be delivered early on Mondays and Thursdays. Carriages and Horbesean be inspected two days before either Sale. Accoun
September 12, 1869 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AQUATICS.

AQUATICS.

A Q U A T I C B. Royal Thames Yacht Club. The club-house, Alberoarle-street, having been partly closed for cleaning- and repairs, &c., during the recess, will be reopened for the reception of members onl Wednesday next, 15th instant. The next monthly ballot meeting for the admiss
September 12, 1869 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE.

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE.

I rTIIE EDITOR IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR TIES OP mnuuui EXPRESSED BY CORRlESPONDENTS. Assuming a Clown's Name. TO TIHE EDITOR OF THIE BRA. Sir,-I see by your paper of the 5th inst. that I am announced as having made a score of four runs in a cricket mateh, Clowns against Gentlemen.
September 12, 1869 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MR. VANCE'S ANNUAL CONCERT.

MR. VANCE'S ANNUAL CONCERT.

Xa. VANCE'S ANqNUAL CONCERT. Mr. Alfred G. Vance gave his third annual concert at bt. James's Hall on Monday night. The area and galleries were densely crowded, and standing room was all that many persons could obtain. Before the concert commenced, and, indeed, at intervals throu
September 12, 1869 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Mr. CHARLES DILLON at Brighton.

Mr. CHARLES DILLON at Brighton.

I Ir CHARLES DILLON at Brighton. The Brighton Gazette of September 2d says:-" Mr Charles Dillon coin- moenced a six nights' engagement on Monday, appearing ii the character he has, of late, made so admirably and so peculiarly his own-ling Lear. Two years ago he introduced his ren
September 12, 1869 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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Tribute of Respect to Mr. THOMAS WHALEY.

Tribute of Respect to Mr. THOMAS WHALEY.

Tribute of Respect to hXr. THOXAS WHALEY. I --- - - - Several influential friends of this gentlemen-who, as a Past Chairman of the Licensed Victuallers' Asylum, has not only exerted himself to promote the welfare of that Institution, but who has likewise taken an especial interes
September 12, 1869 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LAYING the FOUNDATION STONE of the SOUTH London Music Hall.

LAYING the FOUNDATION STONE of the SOUTH London Music Hall.

The ceremony of laying the first stone of the Sonth London Music Halt was performed on Thursday by STANLEY VicecERs, Esq., M.P. The building is being erected by Mr. Edwin Villiers, and is designed to accommodate a larger number of visitors than any Music Hall that London possess
September 12, 1869 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMERICAN THEATRICALS.

AMERICAN THEATRICALS.

ALERIOAN THEATRIGALS. NEW YORK, AUGUST 23. The principal event that transpired during the past week in theatrical matters in this city was the opening of the Ftnrct AVENUE TuE;ATrE on Monday last, under the Management of Mr. Augustin Daly, when Mr. T. NV. Robertson's conledy of P
September 12, 1869 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THEATRICALS IN CALCUTTA.

THEATRICALS IN CALCUTTA.

(FvOUn A SPIECAL CORRESPOXD&NT.) Before its revival, two years ago, the stage, and, indeed, public entertainments generally, bad long been in abeyance. The old Theatre, formerly managed by Mr. Stocqueler, was turned into a Catholic scnool, and Miss Catherine Hayes and Miss Emma
September 12, 1869 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Miss JULIA MATHEWS in Birmingham.

Miss JULIA MATHEWS in Birmingham.

Kiss TULrA MATHEWS in Birmingham. The Bilrsmingham Daily Post says:- A musical overture to a drama being almost doe igqueur, Mr Simpson could hardly have hit upon a more orthodox or acceptable mode of inaugurating a new Theatrical season thian by an operatic performance suec as h
September 12, 1869 - The Era - London, London, England