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FINE ARTS.

FINE ARTS.

Hanover-street Gallery, Regent-street. Three pictures are at present on view at the above Gallery-two by Mr. Holman Hunt, and the third by Mr. R. B. Martineau. Individually each picture is a work of art that might singly corn. mand an audience and form a subject of exhibition, e
June 5, 1864 - The Era - London, London, England
 
The Late Shakespearian Tercentenary.

The Late Shakespearian Tercentenary.

I - . . .. . . .. _ . I The last act but one of the Shakespearian Tercentenary drama was performed on Tuesday last in the spacious and beautiful pavilion erected at Stratford for the musical and dramatic specialities of the late Festival. On Tuesday Messrs. Puttick and Simnpson,
June 5, 1864 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ACCIDENTS AND OFFENCES.

ACCIDENTS AND OFFENCES.

I DBETERMINED SUICIDE in THE THAMES TUeNEL.-SoOn after eight o'clock on Monday morning a man, named George Mudd, committed a frightful act of suicide in the Wapping shaft of the Thames Tunnel. It appears that the unfortunate man paid the usual toll of one penny to the collector
March 6, 1864 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FASHIONS FOR JUNE.

FASHIONS FOR JUNE.

So far as the style and make of the dress is concerned, we find there is not much change since last month. The "Marie Antoinette" fichu takes a very prominent place in most toilettes, though for ladies no longer young, other shapes more suitably replace the paletot. The fich is
June 7, 1868 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AQUATICS.

AQUATICS.

A Q U A T I C S. Royal Thames Yacht Club. The next Ballot Meeting of the Royal Thames Yacht Club (the last pror to the recess) is appointed for next Wednesday, July 4, at the Cilb-house, Albemarle-street. Yachts oht Gravesend, Thursday.- cutters:-Audax, J. H. Johnson, Esq.; Glimp
July 1, 1866 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON THEATRES.

THE LONDON THEATRES.

THE LONDON THEATRES, -- -- -- a HER MAJESTY'S.-ornma, performed on Tuesday niglt, introduced another tenor to the London public. Signor Tasca can boast of a very powerful and resonant voice in the first place, and, in the next, may claim the credit of managing it judiciously poll
July 1, 1866 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"The FAKIR of OOLU" at CREMORNE.

"The FAKIR of OOLU" at CREMORNE.

'The FAKIR of OOLU " at CRE1d[ORNE And who is the Fakir of Oulu? A fakir is, we believe, a Mohaimmedan Monk or a dancing dervish, or something ' alter their kind." The Fakir of Cremorne, for Cremorne, we suppose, is synonymous in this case with Oulu, is nothing of tile Solt. He h
August 4, 1872 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SAFETY OF DR. LIVINGSTONE.

SAFETY OF DR. LIVINGSTONE.

All doubts and fears as to the safety of the renowned traveller, Dr. Livingstone, are now, fortunately, set at rest by the gratifying Intelligence that letters have been received from him by Dr, Kirk at Zanzibar. These letters, which are now in London, announce the safety of the
April 12, 1868 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LONDON GAZETTES.

LONDON GAZETTES.

LONDON G AZETTES, Tuesday, NIarch 12. BANKRUPTCIES ANNULLED.-G. HAIGH, Elguarc-road, gad- dler.-A. JENKENSON, Clement's-lane, Cityattornoy.-J. IIONTEI H, Manchester, aniline manufacturer. BANKRUPTS.-(To surrender at the Bankrupts' Court, London.)- W. H. LINDSAY and W. H. EASTWOOD
March 17, 1867 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE.

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE.

TIs EDITOR IS N;OT RESPONSIBSLE FOR THEr OPINIONS EXPR~S;ESD BY ESonasDsonr -~ rscu an Charies Mathews and the." Webb Committee,." TO TEE EDITOR OF THE ERA. Sir-I cannot pass the remainder of my existence in bandying ords with the " 'ebb Committee." I have done. Mbavealready ans
March 17, 1867 - The Era - London, London, England