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AMERICAN THEATRICALS.

AMERICAN THEATRICALS.

NEW YORK, Jusa 27. WALLACa'S season terminates on Thursday evening next, when Rosedale will be played for the 150th time. Mr. Moss, the treasurer of the Theatre, will begin a summer eaason at the honse on the Monday following, the opening play being ThVe Winsing sit, in which a
July 17, 1864 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LONDON GAZETTES

LONDON GAZETTES

tI.OfNfDOD GAZETTES. Tuesday, July 12. BANKRUPTCIES ANNULLED.-Et H, COOPER, Ixwortb, Snffolkl eurgeon-G. HtrCHING, Weils, Somerootahire, farmer-J. SWAINE, Macleefield, Cheshire, tailor. BANKRUPFS.-L. WIENER, Old Broad-street, City, merchant-S. BATE, Widegate-street, City, coal de
July 17, 1864 - The Era - London, London, England
 
The Crystal Palace Company.

The Crystal Palace Company.

l the Twrenty-first Ordinlary General Meeting of the propfletors of this Company was held on Wednesday at the London Tavern, Bishopsgate-street; Dr. T N. FAROUHAR, Chairman, in the chair, for the purpose of receiving the Directors' Report, which was as follows:- The result of th
December 17, 1865 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

Just Published, Price Ir,0d., Post free le. 7d., ILLYWHIlTE'S GUIDE to CRICKETERS L (WINTER EDITION), and It will be found to ContaiU a vast ?? f Information. Fear, Laoywarou, Crioketing outfitter, the Oval, Kennington, Surrey, S; Mesere. EtENT and Co., Paternoester-row,; and ell
March 8, 1863 - The Era - London, London, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

HOUSE OF LORDS.-MondaY. The sitting of the House ocenpied ea hor, and during about ball that time the Prince or IVales watahed the proeeedings from the croes benches. The Bill grenting asnoities to his Royal Hilghness and his future Consort passed througlh Commiltee; and, after
March 8, 1863 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LONDON MUSIC HALLS.

LONDON MUSIC HALLS.

LONDON MUSIIC HALLS. THx OxwonD.-This establishimient still maintains its reputation for pure operatic entertainmeSte, supported by one of the moat efficient compaules in London, under a most able musical director in the person of Mr. Jongmans. Daring the week the performances co
March 8, 1863 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

- A PPOVINCIAL THE ?? (PROM oUR OWN CoRRMSPONDENT6.) BowC5anIdat lt5LL.(propirietor, Mr Kvle; Manager, Ur Coe lend., aood mp ocy is affording aS ?? of houre a ijoyment landl-Z very goo t Mr Fred. Hanbuary and bia clever son are f~ronrIgtO. h ice e5 oward and Miss Hartley still nm
March 8, 1863 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Mr. and Mrs. BANDMANN (late Miss Milly Palmer) at Sydney. Her First Appearance in Australia.

Mr. and Mrs. BANDMANN (late Miss Milly Palmer) at Sydney. Her First Appearance in Australia.

Mr. and Irs. BAMDEANXN aate Miss ?? Palmer) at I Sydney. Her First Appearance in Australia. I (TisoE)Apire, Sydney, March 16th, 1870.) We have had lamlet, The Ss'anyear, he Merchant of Venice, Othello, Mnch Ado About Niothiiny, and Richlrd the Thfrd. The house has been remarkably
June 5, 1870 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE.

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE.

oRIGINAL CORRBSPONDENCE. 'THE EDITOR rS NOT EESPONSIBLE GOB THlE OPINIONCS ExPRESSID BY CORREOPOSIDEET8. "The Gentleman in Black." TO THlE EDITOR OF THE ERA. Sir,-Your dramatic critic, in his very kind notice of The Gentle- man in Black at the Charing-cross Theatre, is mistaken i
June 5, 1870 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

NOTICE TO THE iPROFESSION. - ' NOTCLIFTON'S THREE NEW LU. 1R ORIGINAL and COPYRIGHT SONGS. ISABELLA. THE BARBER'S DAUGHTER, POLLY PERKINS or PADDINGTON GREEN, and POOR OLD MIKE. dr nwrayadmy wbo ta fore ifterenet~amp ach PermpcIsliOn glean for Singing the above i O WOOu D~aond CR
July 19, 1863 - The Era - London, London, England