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TOWN EDITION.

TOWN EDITION.

THE ERA OFFICE, 1.sUNay, TWO A.M. YESTERDAY'S TELEGRAMS. YOUR DAYS' LATER NEWS FROM SIR GARNET WOLSELEY.-BURNING OF COOMASSIB.-FLIGHT ,OF THE KING. .Despatches were yesterday mo~rning received by the Secre- 12acy of State for War fro mMajor-General Sir G. J. W~olseley, K.a.M.G.,
March 8, 1874 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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March 8, 1874 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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MADEMOISELLE BEARC CELEBRATED LONDON COMEDY.DRAMSA COMPANY. 211th Week. 1,266th Night. Messrs Artists. MesdSame J. DEWHURST EMjMA ROBBERDS FRANK HARVEY PATTY CHAPMAN J. _ 41TEREDWRDS MARY FOLEY J. ANDEREDWAS D EVERSFIELD H. BENDNETT JULIA HOWARD H. BENWOTT AiMrs ANDREWS G.S.LAWOO
March 8, 1874 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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CR. H. S T. L E G E R, Principal Heavy Business, Wynn Miller's "Mouth of the Pit." Theatre Royal, South Shields, Feb. 15th. MR. A. B. T A P P I N G. .11.1. Letters, 2, Waverley-place, St. John's-wood, N.W. MR. and MRS. AYNSCOMB TEDDER, J. Cassidy, Esq.'s, "Muldoon's Picnic" Sprin
February 13, 1892 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"THE MOUNTEBANKS."

"THE MOUNTEBANKS."

" THE MOUNTEBANKS." Laughter and applause greeted the new opera of Messrs Gilbert and Cellier. The central idea of Mr Gilbert's new " book " is one not unfamiliar in drama- men and women who, for various reasons, choose to appear as what they are not, being caught and fixed in th
February 13, 1892 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"THE MOUNTEBANKS."

"THE MOUNTEBANKS."

Topsy-turveydom furnishes the groundwork on which is founded the plot of The Mountebanks. An alchemist has been in the habit of blowing himself up in his repeated endeavours to find the philosopher's stone. His fragments have usually been collected and he has been reconstituted.
February 13, 1892 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"THE MOUNTEBANKS."

"THE MOUNTEBANKS."

Messrs Gilbert and Cellier's new comic opera The Mountebanks was publicly produced last evening at the Lyric Theatre with every evidence of success. No one, indeed, unless devoid of all sense of humour, could fail to be amused at the moody utterances of the heavy tra- gedian who
February 13, 1892 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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June 26, 1897 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE DRAMA IN AMERICA.

THE DRAMA IN AMERICA.

(FROTr OUR OWN OoRRESPONDENT.) NEW YORK, JUNE 16.-Jupiter Plvius has dis- pensed his favours so liberally during the past week, and the mercury has soared so little above freezing point, that those al fresco resorts which are located at the top of various temples of amusement in
June 26, 1897 - The Era - London, London, England
 
HINTS ON THEATRICAL LAW

HINTS ON THEATRICAL LAW

BY A. A. STRONG, LLB. IV.-CONIRACTS (CONTINUED). (SPECIALLY COMPILED FOR THE ERA.) The rem~arks Made in the last article as to Customo the profession could not have been more a Oll0Of trated than by the case of Barker v pte y ill Meyer, reported in the same issue of Thc A' tford
June 26, 1897 - The Era - London, London, England