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THE ENTR'ACTE, TUESDAY, MAY 241 1859. THE OLYMPIC THEATRF,.

THE ENTR'ACTE, TUESDAY, MAY 241 1859. THE OLYMPIC THEATRF,.

THE ENTR'ACTE, TUESDAY, MAY 24 1 1859. THE OLYMPIC THEATRF,. A NEW farce from the pen of Mr. JOHN OXENFORD, and entitled Retained for the Defence, was produced last night, for the first time, at the Olympic Theatre, and met with very decided success. The piece is, we believe, tak
May 24, 1859 - Daily Director and Entr'acte - London, London, England
 
THE DERBY DAY, by W. P. FRITH, R.A., is now ON I VIEW at the German Gallery, 168, New Bond

THE DERBY DAY, by W. P. FRITH, R.A., is now ON I VIEW at the German Gallery, 168, New Bond

Street. Open from One till Six.—Admission is.
May 24, 1859 - Daily Director and Entr'acte - London, London, England
 
T OWE'S PRIVATE HOTEL, 14 and 15, Surrey Street, Ii Strand. Situation central and quiet. Private suites of rooms from

T OWE'S PRIVATE HOTEL, 14 and 15, Surrey Street, Ii Strand. Situation central and quiet. Private suites of rooms from

255. per week; bed and breakfast, with the use of two sitting rooms, 38. 6d. per day, or 21s. per week. Servants, 6d. per day. Full board if required, 365. per week. Reduction to families. —Edward Lowe, proprietor.
May 24, 1859 - Daily Director and Entr'acte - London, London, England
 
ADVERTISEMENTS,

ADVERTISEMENTS,

HE ROYAL ACADEMY OVER THE WATER. Vide "PUNCH." CANTERBURY HALL, Westminster-road. THE DE LEPIERRE FAMILY 1 (Jules, Eight; Juliette, Six; and Julia, Four Years of Age), whose marvellous Performances on the Violin have excited the wonder and admiration of musical circles in France
June 3, 1859 - Daily Director and Entr'acte - London, London, England
 
SPECIAL BALLOON ASCENTS on Fete and Gala Days.

SPECIAL BALLOON ASCENTS on Fete and Gala Days.

The Gardens open at Three o'clock (wet or dry), for the reception of the Company, from which hour the resources of the Hotel Department are available for Dinners and General Refreshment. Table d'Hote Supper at 9. RYSTALL P A L A C E. - SIXTH SEASON, 1859-60. SEASON TICKETS, avai
June 3, 1859 - Daily Director and Entr'acte - London, London, England
 
Astley's. WESTMINSTER BRIDGE. Doors open at 11 -past Six ; Commence at Sven. Lessee: Mr. COOKE. CONQUESTS OF IVANHOE. Ivanhoe

Astley's. WESTMINSTER BRIDGE. Doors open at 11 -past Six ; Commence at Sven. Lessee: Mr. COOKE. CONQUESTS OF IVANHOE. Ivanhoe

... Mr. R. Phillips. C e d r i c ••• Mr. J. Smith. Wamb a ... Mr. W. Worboys. Lady Rowena .. ••• .. Miss Dowton. Sir Brian de Bois Gailbert Mr. C. Stanton. The Black Sluggard Knight ••• ••• Mr. E. B. Herbert. Isaac ... ... Mr. J. Holloway. Rebecca ... ••• ••• ••• Miss Bathurst.
June 3, 1859 - Daily Director and Entr'acte - London, London, England
 
lip LA CK HEATH.— G RANVILLE PA RK.—Family jj dences, with or without Coach House and Stabling, to be let

lip LA CK HEATH.— G RANVILLE PA RK.—Family jj dences, with or without Coach House and Stabling, to be let

or sold, beautifully situate, commanding fine views, containing entrance-hall, noble dining, drawing, and morning rooms, eight bed-chambers, and dressing-rooms, all necessary domestic offices, with gardens. Apply to Mr. Kirkman, 8, Clement's-lane, and opposite the Railway Statio
June 3, 1859 - Daily Director and Entr'acte - London, London, England
 
PATRONISED BY "THE QUEEN," The Royal The Several Family 4 • Courts of 1.1 1:1-4 ,! 1-41t* H - 4

PATRONISED BY "THE QUEEN," The Royal The Several Family 4 • Courts of 1.1 1:1-4 ,! 1-41t* H - 4

and Nobility France , Russia, of Austria, and Great Britian, Prussia. ROWLAND'S MACASSAR OIL The FIRST ARTICLE in the WORLD for the GROWTH, RESTORATION, and for IMPROVING and BEAUTIFYING the HAIR, and IS IN REGULAR USE IN THE ROYAL NURSERY. ROWLAND'S KALYDOR FOR IMPROVING AND BE
June 3, 1859 - Daily Director and Entr'acte - London, London, England
 
THE STAGE:

THE STAGE:

WHAT IT IS AND WHAT IT OUGHT TO BE. Continued from Friday. P ERHAPS better testimony could not have been given to the truth of much that we have written, in respect to the present forlorn condition of the Stage, and the cause of its decay, than that which is to be found in the s
May 31, 1859 - Daily Director and Entr'acte - London, London, England
 
PUBLIC AMUSEMENT.

PUBLIC AMUSEMENT.

The Proprietors of THE ENTR'ACTE would be glad to receive from time to time, printed bills or other particulars of Entertainments to come. Nothing will be charged for inserting information so obtained, and accuracy will by those means be secured to the advantage of all parties c
May 30, 1859 - Daily Director and Entr'acte - London, London, England