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AMERICAN THEATRICALS.

AMERICAN THEATRICALS.

IAMERICRAN THEATRICALS SI (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) NEW YORK, SATURDAY, FEBRsABRy 7. BURTON'S ToeEATHrB-AS we hinted would be the case in our last, Mr. John Broughain and Mr. Burton, the manager of this establishment, reconciling all differences, once more played together on
March 1, 1857 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PEDESTRIANISM.

PEDESTRIANISM.

PEDESTR.IANI1SM. 7I.7...7 Matches for Nest Week,. 2,f6.-Caook and Podney, to rum ten miles, for 15 a side, at Garrait lane, Wsodswortls, Cooke receiving a start of 200 yards. 26,-Dann and Wheatley, to run 150 yards, for 25 a side, at.Hipon. 2o.-Hancock and Wasthall, to rum 440 ya
November 25, 1855 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CHESS.

CHESS.

= H E E S. To CorrespondentF. F.Enictit (Buda Peath),-WXV somue rime ago acknowlodged, in a priva te letter, the reoeipt of a portrait of Szen, and the materials for a memoir We bave already giveo the memoir; the portrait is intended for a wort contemplated by Herr LoieO tbal. H-
September 27, 1857 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ENGLAND AND THE UNITED STATES.

ENGLAND AND THE UNITED STATES.

ENs1GLAND AND THE UNITED STATES. The following is the portion of the President's Message having reference to the relations between this country and the United States:- Our relations with Great Britain are of the most friendly cha- racter. Since the commencement of my administrati
December 23, 1860 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS.

THE ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS.

I THE ANCIENT ORPER OF .WORESTERS. ITO TIM S Dr~nivo oT mix ' Sir,-I observed in one of your late Editions; that the Benefits receivable from the Order, were ,10 in case of death, and 1ft per week in case of sickness. - Knowing; that it is not your wish to deceive the public, or
November 25, 1855 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PROVINCIAL LICENSED VICTUALLERS' Defence League.

PROVINCIAL LICENSED VICTUALLERS' Defence League.

PROVINCIAL LICENSED VCTUALLE - ; ?? D boD e"e le'guie. "- - - A vervy numerous rekiiig of dejegkates was held on Tuesday afternoon, At tbhe.offce 'of Mr. Redford, ?? of the Mauchester 'nd'Salford ;icenSed Victumeisrs Association, at which Ar. Andrew Dobbie presided. Varlous, kter
November 25, 1855 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A Man Killed by an Elephant.

A Man Killed by an Elephant.

A .an Xiled by au Elephant. I Mr. Alfred Mofflatt, of equestrian notoriety, who has for the last five years been performing with two elephants belonging to MIr. Richard Bell, and who seemed at all times to have perfect control over these elephants, met his death by one of the ani
July 8, 1866 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TOWN EDITION.

TOWN EDITION.

| T OWN ED IOT N. THE ERA OFFICE, SUNDAY, TwVO a.ver THE WAR IN GERMANY. (REUTER'S TELLGLoSAS.) CESSION OF VENETIA BY AUSTRIA. PARIS, JULY 5. The M1oniteiew of this morning makes the following announce- ment:- "An important event has just occurred. After having maintained the hoa
July 8, 1866 - The Era - London, London, England
 
OUR CARPET BAG.

OUR CARPET BAG.

Scotland's Welcome to Dr. Mark and his Talented Band of Little Men. A thousand welcomes ring around Rise Daughter of our glorious Eaeh mountain and each glen, land- For this Musician groat and good, The land of Wallee..-.orns- And for his Little Men: And Robert cs.u.o-nd others
April 24, 1859 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MUSICAL PROSPECTS.

MUSICAL PROSPECTS.

HERa MAJESTY's THiEATRE will re-open. about the middle of April, for the season. Amongst the novel additions to Mr. Lumley's operatic company wvill be a psri'a doscna and tenor of great continental celebrity. The ballet department will again be very strong. Marie Taglioni, K~atr
March 8, 1857 - The Era - London, London, England