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Railway Arrangements for Next Week.

Railway Arrangements for Next Week.

BATH ?? Tuesday and Wednesday next thc Great Western Railway Company will despatch a special express train (irst and second class) from Paddington at 9 0 a.m., calling at Slough, Reading, and Swindon only. Special trains will leave Bath for London on Wednesday, at 60 p.n., and 7
May 14, 1871 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Royal Cremorne Gardens.

Royal Cremorne Gardens.

Ro3yal Cremorne Gardens. The experience of Whit Monday afforded a most substantial proof that thielong celebrated place of recreation and amusemeist has lost none of its old'prestigo; has indeed rather increseed than diminished in attraction for the public, Within the experience
June 12, 1870 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMERICAN THEATRICALS.

AMERICAN THEATRICALS.

AMERICAN THEATR1CAr1> (FRO0I OUR OWN UOl'l:ESrONDLNT.) NEW YORK, ArRiL 24.-La Belle Hlelene was tie attrictti5 last week at the GRAND OPERA HOUSE, with the ballet and Canon Cans" after the second act. Mdlle. Elise Persini took her beneall the 20th, and sang a new song entitled "
May 14, 1871 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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E R M A J E S TY'S O P E R A (THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY-LANE). Mday. TITIENS and Mdllo. CLARA LOUISE KELLOGG. Tuesday next, April, 21st, Mozart's Opera, IL DON GIOVANNI. Donna Anna, Mille. Titions; Donna Bi1vira, Mdlle. Sinico; and Zerlina, Mdlle. Kellogg. Don Ottavio, Signor Bettini;
April 19, 1868 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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Tsiu ENsy AND POPULAR NOVELS. Now Ready, at nal the Libraries, in Three VolS., ANOBLE WOMAN. By J. C.JEAFFERSONq, A Author of "tLive it Dowii, " &,c. Three Vols. A very pleasait book. The story h1s a nealtily, ?? reaiity wh~ich makes it eharlniug."-Athenxeee: COUNTRY COTERIES. ??
April 19, 1868 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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T HEATRE ROYA-L, DRURY-LANE. I Sole Lessee and Manager, Mr. F. P. CHATTERITON. Attraction and Novelty for tise Mlolidays. On Easter Monday, April 2'2d, will be produced an original Comiedy-Drama, in Four Acts, entitled THE GREAT CITY, by Andrew Ilalliday,, with Now and Cisaracter
April 14, 1867 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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SPORTSMAN'S GAZETTE, ANSWVBR TO CO~sESPONDEXTs. T I51LL.11C51 Austria)5 won the Two Thousand Guineas, Derby, and St. ?? tte Ascot Cup t11853; Stockwell, second. Si ci,; ellts stock won ninety races in 1862, the value of which $, ~~io; 0'4 I'z155f5y and Lord Hawthorn ran a dead he
June 19, 1870 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Sporting Litigation.

Sporting Litigation.

ELLADt v. LORD STAMFORD-.Ia the Court of Common Pleas at West- minster last Tuesday, before Mr Justice Brett, the case of Ellam v. tile Earl of Stamford and Warrington was tried. The action was brought to recover damages for breach of contract, the plaintiff being Mr Ellam, sadd
February 14, 1869 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THEATRICALS IN CALIFORNIA.

THEATRICALS IN CALIFORNIA.

SAN FRANCISCO, ?? 26. METROrOLITAN THEATRE.--The Lyster Troupe inaugurated an opera season of twenty-foer nights last Monday with the production of Meyer- beer's Huguelots. The attendance was crowded and fashionable. The opera was magnificeettly put on the stage, but the perform
February 14, 1869 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ERA ALMANACK.

THE ERA ALMANACK.

I T HE ERA ALM AINA CK OPINTIONS OFl TrIlE llv Should any elderly play goer he desirous of irss ivjj i tluii of ?? youth, or alay eager Inivestigaorise tiete pir - drateotic world Wtill ho sceeitkigl sititistietl it t~I s; complete, it is to this Carefully eeospilcd mid Iloeitlo
February 14, 1869 - The Era - London, London, England