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THE PROROGATION.

THE PROROGATION.

THEJ PROROGAT1OD. It is admitted On all hands that the ceremony of Proroguing Parliament on Tuesday last was worthy of the session which it clased, It was really ludicrously dreary. There were five Peers Present, besides the Commissioeels, and only six ladies, EO that the Whole t
August 2, 1863 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN DRAMATIC INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN DRAMATIC INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN DRAXATIO ISTELLIGENCE. I (WRXTTENS EXPRESSxY FORt 0 1Tnt EzA1") Three of Molijre's ?? Mieasthrope (five acts), the Prdiceses Bidicules (one act), and the Sicifien, have been repre- sented during the past week at the Thdatre Fran qais in addition to pieces by modern author
August 2, 1863 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LONDON MUSIC HALLS.

LONDON MUSIC HALLS.

PAILHAMMoNIC HALL, ISLINvGTON.-Oa Thursday last prior to the hour at which Elletral and Euganard make their appearance at the above hall, Mr. Sanders, one of the Proprietors, appeared on the stage and addreesed the audience as followes :- adies and Gentlemen, as a loyal subject
August 2, 1863 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MISS HILDA VINING. C/o Messrs. J. C. Williamson. Ltd.. HER MAJESTY’S THEATRE. SYDNEY.

MISS HILDA VINING. C/o Messrs. J. C. Williamson. Ltd.. HER MAJESTY’S THEATRE. SYDNEY.

\IISS NANCY LANGTYRE. 29. Vicarage-rd.. Stratford. £. Princ. Boy (Murray King and Clark), on tour. MAY AGATE GLOBE THEATRE. SHAFTESBURY AVENUE. \V. Mi 88 COXGDOX 1 COMPTON Address, C/o '* The £ra Office. VfRS. LANCASTER - WALLIS. ■* , • Mrs. Walter Reynolds.) 5. Netberball garde
December 10, 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CANCELLOH

CANCELLOH

LEYTON l/ib«rty. Add.. 5. Wardour-atreet, I\fß. and MRS. HARRY CANE. - Dis. O.M. and W., Char . and Special. 22. Linden garden*. Chiawiek, W. UEO. E. CARLETON. General Manager. Mr. Sam Liveaey'a Tour. lifß. W. H. CAVENDISH. Lig!.i Comedy, Character. Old Men. Legitimate. Town onl
December 10, 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THEATRES WANTED

THEATRES WANTED

BLAVKH OF VICE. HLAVKH OP VICE. SLAVES VICE. XB7AXTED, M anted, M anted, ▼ Dec. 22. Dec. 22. Dec. 22. Dec. 2a] Dec. 22! Dec. 22] Wire or write. ARTHUR HINTON, thia, Theatre Royal. Bl>tli: next. Managers' Club. London A SOLDIER AND \ MAN WANTED. Peb. 23. March 2 an.l 30. Easter A
December 10, 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
WALTER HOWARD’S PLAYS. THE STORY OF THE ROSARY.

WALTER HOWARD’S PLAYS. THE STORY OF THE ROSARY.

WANTED, for Tour a Strong. Fine Actor, for Leading Old Man’s Part; rehearse Monday next. Apply by letter, with term*, photo, height, reference*, and all particigars, to
December 10, 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
COUNTY OP LONDON. BANDS IN PARKS.

COUNTY OP LONDON. BANDS IN PARKS.

WANTED Known, the London County Connell invites from Military and Brans Bauds whose headquarters are in the County of London for performances to given at parks and open spaces during the band season of (May to September;. The number of adult bands engaged by the Council will be
December 10, 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
OW N COMPANY

OW N COMPANY

N COMPANY Panto. Principals wanted for Bc'l Theatres. Alan also fix email Panto, several ueeful Date*-. Lowest terms <first letter) iwflesa writing Lithos and Full Bookings. Good-class Theatre*, where money can taken, tend open time for Combinations. QI VS THK ATItK. CASTLKFOKD.
December 10, 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Ltd.

Ltd.

iVAUDCVILLK BOOKING OFPIOC), and 18, Charing Cross Mansions; 26, Charing Cross Road, London, W.C. Telephone, Regent 2926; Telegrams and Cables, “Vl9O, london.'* Joint Managing Directors, T. F. DAWE, W. BUCHANAN TAYLOa
December 10, 1913 - The Era - London, London, England