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The most suceesslu, Pantomime l THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY-LANH.- TLessee and Mranaer, ?? J~rblEs ANDERSON. On Monday, Mrs Nishett having recovered frism her very severe indisposition, will be presented, Shakspere's Play of AS YOU LIKE IT. Rosalind, Mrs Nisbett; Orlando, Mr James Ander
January 6, 1850 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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This day is published in one thick handsome volume, ottavo, cloth boards price 15g. 7HIE SEVENTH GENERAL COUNCIL, I the sECOND of NICjEA, in which the Worship of Imnaes vasestablished with CopiousNotes from the" Caroline Books," compiled by the order of Charlemagne for its CoDfUt
January 6, 1850 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A PILL FOR PEEL.

A PILL FOR PEEL.

AN AASWER TO SIR ROBERT PEEL'S LETTER TO HIS TENAENTRY. We extract the following passages from a letter which has been published by a gentleman signing himself "' M. D.," in answer to Sir ROBERT PEEL S Address to his Tenantry, and showing what " they say" in his neighbourhood in
January 6, 1850 - The Era - London, London, England
 
DIARY OF EVENTS FOR THE YEAR 1849.

DIARY OF EVENTS FOR THE YEAR 1849.

DIARY OF EVEA s FOR THE YEAR I89 JANUARY. 1. The Earl of Auckland, ?? First Lord of the Admiralty, and formerly Governor-General of India, died, agzed sixty-four. -. The Regent-road Bridge, at Manchester, thrown open to foot-passengers free of toll. 2. The Legislative Assembly of
January 6, 1850 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE STAGE AND ITS PROSPECTS.

THE STAGE AND ITS PROSPECTS.

A notion exists in the green-room that the decadence of the stage may be traced in a great measure to a falling off in the literature of the drama. We protest against this judgment. There is abundant evidence of dramatic talent afloat in other forms to prove that it is founded i
January 6, 1850 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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LITERATURE.

LITERATURE.

LITE'RATUR.| THIE COURT THEATRE, AND ROYAL DRAMATIC RECORD. Beinga Complete Historyof Theatrical' Entertainments at the English Court, fromtbe Time of King HenryVIII. down to ?? ofthe Series of Entertainments before Her Most Gracious MajestyQueen Victoria, his Royal Highness Prin
January 6, 1850 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THEATRES, ETC.

THEATRES, ETC.

DRURY-LANE.-On Saturday evening the play of The Stranger was performed. We confess to a great distaste for this out-of-date morbidly sentimental production, and wonder that it has so long kept its place on the English stage. However, when it is acted, it is our duty to notice it
January 6, 1850 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MRS. GLOVER AND DRURY-LANE THEATRE.

MRS. GLOVER AND DRURY-LANE THEATRE.

I MRS. CLOVER AND DRURY-LANE THEATRE.I TO THE EDITOR OF THE BRA. Sir,-Tbe new lessee of the Drury-lane Theatre having announced in his playbills that I have broken my engage- ment with him in consequence of not being allowed the exclusive use of a dressing-room, which be termed a
January 6, 1850 - The Era - London, London, England
 
DRAMATIC AUTHORS AND MANAGERS.

DRAMATIC AUTHORS AND MANAGERS.

TO THE EDITOR OF THlE ERA. Sir,-I can assure you it is with much reluctance that I find myself driven to allude once more to the matter in dispute between Mr. Shepherd and myself; but, as that gentleman persists, with the aid of a cleverly-perverted extract, in asserting that I
January 6, 1850 - The Era - London, London, England
 
QUEEN'S THEATRE, MANCHESTER.

QUEEN'S THEATRE, MANCHESTER.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE ERA. Sir,-I take the liberty of addressing you relative to an accusation in your paper of last Sunday, wherein I am stated as wishing to blacken the character of another man, or the purpose of polishin t my own. I feel somewhat chagrined that such an article
January 6, 1850 - The Era - London, London, England