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COURT AND FASHION.

COURT AND FASHION.

UOURT AND FASUIO1.N OSBORNE, SueNnDAY-Th Queen drove out yesterday after- noon, accompanied by the Dowager Duchess of Athole and Miss Macgregor. Her Majesty and their Royal Highnesses Prince and ncess Christian, Princess Louise, Prince Leopold, and Princess Beatrnice athetene Div
January 15, 1871 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Cambridge Hall, Newman-street.

Cambridge Hall, Newman-street.

Cambridge Hall, Newman-street An entertainment, chiefly musical, was given in this place on Wedne sday evening last. It was intended to benefit Mr. Wall, the author of the English words to Offenbach's Orphee aux Enfers, Si~ty-six, and other operatic selections, but the profit com
January 15, 1871 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Statistics of "Who's Who in 1871."

Statistics of "Who's Who in 1871."

There are 231 members of the Privv Cooreil of England and Ireland, of whom 31 are entitled to sit on thc J udicial Cenmnittoe. 'lie Hoilse of Peers consists of 4 Princes of the Blood Royal, 2 Archbishops, 27 Dukes, 32 Marquises, 161 Elarls, 35 Viscounts, 24 l3ikops, and 17-1 Bar
January 15, 1871 - The Era - London, London, England
 
OUR CARPET BAG.

OUR CARPET BAG.

The Passing Year. With steps as sure as fate and death, Steals on the passing year, And ere the last has seemed to fade Christmas again is here. How fall of battle, shipwreck, strife, Of misery and woe, Of desolation, it has been, The hearts left broken know. A king dethroned; h
January 15, 1871 - The Era - London, London, England
 
EGYPTIAN HALL.

EGYPTIAN HALL.

[Tae followiny appeared iln our TowN EDITION of las8 Weeh,3 A special representation was given at the above Hall last Saturday night b5 Professor Hermarin, the celebrated prestidigitateur. preli- minary to commencing a new series. M. Hermann has already made himself famous by su
January 15, 1871 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CHESS.

CHESS.

CII ~ss To CorreSpondents. All comnmunlcatlons to bedirectedto Ta: ERA, 8, Cathon Strand, London. ?? T. SmrTir, I. W. ABBOTT, R1. T., and M. D.-Your Problems Iaci safely to hand, and shall receive immediate attention . eas S. G. submits to the correspondent who sent us AMr Turto'
March 12, 1871 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Mr. RYDER'S "Touchstone."

Mr. RYDER'S "Touchstone."

- f --l l- - - r ?? Mvr. P.YDER's Tulsoe. Thle 5serorif-IlalCe of TouchltoO:iO bY -`r Rydcr dsre ~rlgt erlalnmoduti5, nice oftir liculislY because this exeellent artist has Hitherto been chliely knoxvw to lse paublicin trlfg ports, and in the heay business of various ploys, of nw
March 12, 1871 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON MUSIC HALLS.

THE LONDON MUSIC HALLS.

THE LONDON MUSIC EALLS -- - - - 0 - THE METROPOLITAN.-Besides the numerous Peculiar sod startling feats which they performed wvhen they comineseod their engagement here more than a month ago, the Brothers Plerkel nofe execute, in connection with their extensive and lefty ?? appar
March 12, 1871 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FOR LICENSED VICTUALLERS.

FOR LICENSED VICTUALLERS.

FOR LIOENSED VICTUALLERS. LICENSED VICTUALLERS' AS rLUM. The Annual Festival in aid of the funds of this admirable Insti- tution took place on Tuesday, at the Crystal Palace. As we stated last week, owing to the excitement produced amongst the Trade by the introduction of Mr. Bru
June 18, 1871 - The Era - London, London, England
 
EPSOM NOTES AND RACES TO COME.

EPSOM NOTES AND RACES TO COME.

EpSoy NOTES AND RACES TO COXE. By '.TOUCHSTONEQ Though the contest for the Derby had not such a sensational ter- as that of a twelvemolitli ago, when a much wanner tei than Ba'hwell wasupset, the result was of a startling cilartor to the followers of public torin, and after the d
May 28, 1871 - The Era - London, London, England