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• EQUITABLE ASSURANCE OFYICE Nrw Bain° Ft STREET, BLACKFRIARS. :Established in 1762. . The amount added to the existing Policies

• EQUITABLE ASSURANCE OFYICE Nrw Bain° Ft STREET, BLACKFRIARS. :Established in 1762. . The amount added to the existing Policies

for,the whole con tinuance Of Elle at thedecenfilal division Of profits in December lad was ONE MILLION NINE . HIINDRED . AND SEVENTY-SEVEN THOUSAND POUNDS, making, , ,with FORMER additions then outstanding, a total of POUR MILLIONS and SEVENTY THOUSAND POUNDS, which amounts to
September 18, 1860 - Daily Director and Entr'acte - London, London, England
 
Gilbert Maydew

Gilbert Maydew

Mr. Henderson Tom Greens ... ... ... Mr. Howard Mr. Richard Landgrave... ... Mr. Byfleld Willis ... ... ... ... ...Mr. Henry Robin ... ... ... ... Mr. W. H. Pitt Jack Maydew ... ... ... Mr. Harmer Mrs. Maydew ... ... ... Miss Edgar Sally Sprouts ... ... ... ... Mrs. Lauri Susan
September 11, 1860 - Daily Director and Entr'acte - London, London, England
 
Hardisty . Tottle Nloleskin Limpet •• Capt. Sebright Smiles Jackson Mrs. Lovibond Xrs. Sebright Xiss Colepepper Grimwood Yrs. Rabbitte Pirst

Hardisty . Tottle Nloleskin Limpet •• Capt. Sebright Smiles Jackson Mrs. Lovibond Xrs. Sebright Xiss Colepepper Grimwood Yrs. Rabbitte Pirst

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September 6, 1860 - Daily Director and Entr'acte - London, London, England
 
A MELO-DRAMATIC RUFFIAN.

A MELO-DRAMATIC RUFFIAN.

In allusion to a recent novel by an American writer, entitled " Captain Brand" a critical contemporary observes: "If there ever was a cool, determined, bloodthirsty, smiling ruffian, this is one. The author does not attempt to mince matters between himself and his interesting pr
September 6, 1860 - Daily Director and Entr'acte - London, London, England
 
COVENT GARDEN. Lcc Mr.. r• Gvt. CLOSED.

COVENT GARDEN. Lcc Mr.. r• Gvt. CLOSED.

September 6, 1860 - Daily Director and Entr'acte - London, London, England
 
Trip to Richmond. flu detta, Major Pepper ... ... Mr. R. Morrow Frank Brown Mr. Salvie Mr. Peter White ...

Trip to Richmond. flu detta, Major Pepper ... ... Mr. R. Morrow Frank Brown Mr. Salvie Mr. Peter White ...

... Mr. 0. Snmmers Mrs. Peter White Mrs. Salvie Widow White ... Miss Julia Mortimer Kitty Clover ... :Miss Crisp Doors open at Half-past Six; Commence at Seven. Centro Boxes, 2s. Lower Circle, is. 6d. Second Boxes, Is. Pit, 6d. Pit Stalls, ls. Amphitheatre Stalls, 6d. Gallery, 3
September 6, 1860 - Daily Director and Entr'acte - London, London, England
 
"lITAPLESON & CO.'S BRITISH & FOREIGN ill MUSICAL AGENCY. Offices : Clarence Chambers, 12, Haymarket, London. This Agennii established 1857

"lITAPLESON & CO.'S BRITISH & FOREIGN ill MUSICAL AGENCY. Offices : Clarence Chambers, 12, Haymarket, London. This Agennii established 1857

for the purpose of supplying has been so long required both by Managers and the, Musical Profession generally, viz. :—a medium 01 communication, and greater facilities for the trap' saction of all business connected with Music
September 6, 1860 - Daily Director and Entr'acte - London, London, England
 
COVENT GARDEN. ME. F GYE. CLOSED.

COVENT GARDEN. ME. F GYE. CLOSED.

September 13, 1860 - Daily Director and Entr'acte - London, London, England
 
His First Champagne. Farce. Mr. Morton ... .. Mr. Tilbury Captain Smith Mr. Lever Horatio Craven, A.M. ... Dlr. Leigh

His First Champagne. Farce. Mr. Morton ... .. Mr. Tilbury Captain Smith Mr. Lever Horatio Craven, A.M. ... Dlr. Leigh

Murray Richard Watt ... Mir. Charles Young Terence Connelly ... ... Mr. Rourke Glump ... Mr. Williams Policeman ... ... Mr. Harris Servant ... kr. Smith Mrs. M0rt0n.........Mr5. Sherrard Miss Morton ... ... Miss Ranoe Miss Bygrove ... Miss Griffiths Mary Grubb ... ... Miss Percy
September 13, 1860 - Daily Director and Entr'acte - London, London, England
 
LADIES' PET AND OTHER DOGS. i s t RE EFFECTUALLY FREED FROM FLEAS by one application of KEATING'S PERSIAN INSECT

LADIES' PET AND OTHER DOGS. i s t RE EFFECTUALLY FREED FROM FLEAS by one application of KEATING'S PERSIAN INSECT

DESTROYING POWDER. It preserves furs and woollen fabrics from moths, and is destructive to every species of insect, but harmless to animal life. Sold in packets, la, 2s. 6d., and 4s. 6d. each, or pose free for 14, or treble size for 36 postage stamps, by THOMAS KEATING, Chemist,
September 13, 1860 - Daily Director and Entr'acte - London, London, England