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OUR CRICKETING TABLET.

OUR CRICKETING TABLET.

matches for Wlext Week, Monday and Tuesday, at the Oval-Surrey Club v. Wimbledon Club. Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, at Soatbampton-Middleuen v. Hamp. shire. Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, at Pudeey-All England Eleven v. Twenty-two. Monday, Tuesday, aud Wednesday, at Hadoisge
August 28, 1864 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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O .AL ALHAMBRA.-The Proprietor begs .1 R to announce, that he has engaged heBOTHERS RISARRLI the Great Spaulab Gymnaste, who will APPEA R 00 MONDAY NEXT, Aug. 29th, in an entirely now and wonderful performance. W OVAL ALAMBR A. - OPEN EVERY EVENING, W1TH UNPRECEDENTED TALENT, - M
August 28, 1864 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LAW AND POLICE.

LAW AND POLICE.

COUR!T OF ?? Ix RE Jon:x EDwBD Antsy.-An application for release was made last Monday. The bankrupt was described as late of the Odell Arms, Chapel-street, Chelsea, and afterwards of Spencer- street, Bridge-road, Chelsea, out of business. It appeared that the bankrupt had been a
September 27, 1863 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ODIHAM RACES.

ODIHAM RACES.

ODIHEIAM RACES. Stewards: The Earl of Portsmouth, the Earl of Westmoroland, Mr. G. Payne, Captain Christie, and Mr. T. C. Garth. Clerk of the Course. Mr. J. Trodd. Starter: Mr. T. Uarshall. Judge and Clerk of the Scales: Mr. Clark. Tuesday, June 21. Few Meetinge have improved, in
June 26, 1864 - The Era - London, London, England
 
EASTER EXHIBITION and NOVELTIES.

EASTER EXHIBITION and NOVELTIES.

IEASTER MXajInTjON8 and DIOVELTIES. CRYSTAL PALACE-The Crystal Palace was in very truth the Palace ot the People, for in it there held court a mass of visitors of that very class for whose pleasure, instruction, and improvement, if the original prospectus ot the Company is to be
April 27, 1862 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FOR LICENSED VICTUALLERS.

FOR LICENSED VICTUALLERS.

LICENSED~ FORI VICTlUAl-LEF.S. I eevii page i moestly be fbrnd resiang A Licensed Yictuaflers, and ehe operations of the Ulw-r7lD Towrs' AsSOcIATIO1 AND LiexaBsED Vic- 1UALLEBs' DzFErCs LzAGu3 are pusblished unsder &keil' own scpersteniepoe. The United Towns' Association and Nati
April 27, 1862 - The Era - London, London, England
 
The St. George's Athenaeum Dramatic Society.

The St. George's Athenaeum Dramatic Society.

Theatrical performances by amateurs, in aid of public objects, are so numerous that thouglltf'ul observers can scarcely fail to ask whether these exhibitions are really to be attributed to self-denying zeal in the cause of benevolence, or to the desire to gratify vanity by displ
April 1, 1866 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LONDON MUSIC HALLS.

LONDON MUSIC HALLS.

TxEx OxvoRD.-That talented sable comedian, lJnsworth, is still one of the main-stays at Mr. Morton's Hall. About his comic songs there is an extreme quaintness which wins for Line undiminished applause. Eugene-"tbe other Nigger"-is equally clever in his way, and as a member of t
June 26, 1864 - The Era - London, London, England
 
OUR CRICKETING TABLET.

OUR CRICKETING TABLET.

I matches for Dlext Week, Monday, Taeoday, and Wednesday. at Lord's-Gentlemen v. Playena. Monday, Tuesday. and Wednesday, at ?? v. South. Monday and Tuesday, at Faveraham-Gentlemon of Kent v. Gentlemen of Sussex. lMonday, at SDutbgato-Mr Jobn Walker's Eleven v. South Wales Club.
June 26, 1864 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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AL MASONIC INSTITUTION FOR BOYS LORDSHIP-LANE, WrOOD GREEN INAUGURATION CEREMONY and FESTIVAL SATURDAY, 8th July, IS65, Uahter the immediate Presidency of The Right Hon. lbs EARL of ZETLAND, N.Y., AMW.W Grand Mfaster. Th R,0i ?? SPECIAL GRAND LODGE Ibe opbpene at One o'clock, the
June 11, 1865 - The Era - London, London, England