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LITERATURE.

LITERATURE.

LIT ER AT U RE. Mrs1Hss ANI Nf MAID. By the Author of " Jobn Halifax." Harst end Blackett, 13, Great Marlborough-street, London Messrs. Hurst and Blackett have added Miss Mulock'8 latest work to their admirable "Standard Library," and the fact that it is Miss Mulock's will be suf
July 19, 1863 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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Advertisements & Notices

oYAL IT&LIAN OPERA, U OYAL COVENT-GARDEiN. W LAST WiEEl BIJT ONtE OF ThF SiEASON. THE OPERA WliLL IposXIrVELY CLOSE ON SATUBDAY. AUGUST8 len. PROSI'ECTIVf ARRANGiRENiTS. EXTRA NIUrT. beperoormeod G~onnod'sGra~nd Romantic Opera, Wlbe FAUJST E MIABGEEBITA With New Scenery, Costumes
July 19, 1863 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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UEEN 'S CO N CE 1RT ROOM, Q IIANOVER-SQUARE. Mr MITCHELL has the honour to annl1otnec that Mr and Mrs R O US B Y will Deliver a Series of DRAMATIC RECITALS, on TUESDAY, July 5th, Commsencing at Three o'clock. Stalls, Half a Guinea each, at the Libraries. STORE -STREE'f CONCERT HA
July 16, 1871 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LITERATURE.

LITERATURE.

-- LTR U . LIT ER AT URE. ParysiE: A Fragment. By NATHANTAL HAWTHORNLE- John Camden Hotten, Piccadilly, London. This commencement of a tale, that the author did not live to finish, is s0 pretty that no admirer of Nathaniel Hawthorne will tail to invest a sixpence in the pathetic
October 16, 1864 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FOR LICENSED VICTUALLERS.

FOR LICENSED VICTUALLERS.

FOR LIcENSED VICTUALLERS. P ,Ilis Page ?? rostly be found interesting to License T'7etnallers, and the operations of the UNITED ToWNs' ASSOCIATION AND LICENSED VIC- TUAILERS' DErCNcE LEAGUE are pueblished under their orn sepenintendenCe. I,[Ciil2ED VICTUALLING TOPICS, Two Festiva
October 16, 1864 - The Era - London, London, England
 
OUR CRICKETING TABLET.

OUR CRICKETING TABLET.

Bo~tti3lghaRnhire and Kent v. Cambridgesihirie and Yorkslhire. This match-and tho Cricket Season of 1804-WaB brought to a 00onclu. sjen on Saturday last, at Newmarkest. Fins weather, and first-class wsicket throughout the match, were the loading features of tbis "1the lost grand
October 16, 1864 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ROYAL ACADEMY.

THE ROYAL ACADEMY.

Tabe Anniversary Banquet of the Royal Academy, previous to the public opening of. thle Exhibition en Monday, took place on Saltur- day afternoon, when a distinguished company assemibled in honour of the occasion. Tbe apartments wore thrown open at two o'clock to enrable the gues
May 12, 1867 - The Era - London, London, England
 
RACING FIXTURES FOR 1865.

RACING FIXTURES FOR 1865.

RACING PFIXTUES FOR 1865. Ypesin MAY. ' p m ,, ?? .. Y30 JUNE. Blaydon-onl-Tynle ?? 5 Southwell 8 Hampton ..21 -Ildditch ?? Maids tone 21 Uxbridge ?? . Ascot . ?? ?? 27 BraIdford Moor ?? 6-Beverly, Hall, and Odbas ...27 -Menchester ?? 7 - East Riding ?? 14 Bibuy.28 Chehnsford. .
May 28, 1865 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MILITARY ETIQUETTE and PERSONAL PIQUE.

MILITARY ETIQUETTE and PERSONAL PIQUE.

The Modern Star-Chamber a Court of Inquiry. The etiquette of courtesy, which forms the military code of honour and good breeding between superior orders of officers in her IA.rsTrs Service, is, to say the least of it, hardly yet out of its leading-strings, and isX in a measure,
May 28, 1865 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMATEURS at the BIJOU THEATRE.

AMATEURS at the BIJOU THEATRE.

AXAT}39URS at the }BIJOU TR Ahb The performance given on Wednesday night by EjtaiE of the lst Middlesex Engineer Volunteers, in bellalf of fund, was well attended, and appeared to give tile fri corps unbounded satisfaction. Fcaint Reort -etrosadoOf te Lady-that greatest favourite
May 28, 1865 - The Era - London, London, England