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THE CRESCENT AND THE CROSS IN the East

THE CRESCENT AND THE CROSS IN the East

THIE CRESCENT AND THE CROSS I1 the East The recent tidings from the East excite an interest even deeper thantheintelligence from that bold little island of the Mediter- ranean now strugeling for liberty under the guidance of GARIBALDI. Voices otf waling sod ancuish are borne to u
August 12, 1860 - The Era - London, London, England
 
DRAMATIC, EQUESTRIAN, AND MUSICAL SICK FUND ASSOCIATION.

DRAMATIC, EQUESTRIAN, AND MUSICAL SICK FUND ASSOCIATION.

DRAMATIC, EQUESTRIAN, AND MUSICAL SICK FUND ASSOCIATIOlv. The fifth annual meeting of this Aseociation, for the purpose of passing the accounts, electing the officers, and transacting other business, was held on Wednesday last in the beautiful saloon of Drury.lane Theatre, which
August 12, 1860 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LAW AND POLICE.

LAW AND POLICE.

LAW AND P6LI6E& . COURT .ONOF: QU3IfiWS' EE1CH. - DUTTIrEG2R V. TBjmPLB.-OU Thartday Mr. 0411ier, Q.C;,said this action ws.Wried at the last Middlesex sittings before the Lord Chief Justice, when a verdict whs returned' for the plaintiff- damages 241. He moved, pursunant to leave
January 18, 1863 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

I (FROM OUR OWN COURESPONDE~rmaJ ABERDBEN. MEmOinCes' HA.tLL-(Proprietor, Mr. William Gray. Manager, Mr Leggett.)-hlr King, a comic singer, is meeting with the applause which his vivacity and humour demands. Mr J. Tempest, baritone, singE national, and especially Operatic songs,
January 26, 1862 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

3, GREA.T MIARLBOROUGHI-STREET, W. D .M. p. CULVERWELL and SON, Member of the Royal College of Surgeons, Licentiate of Midwifery, and fApolhiccaries'lHaillLondofl. Dr, C. was originally apprenticed to his brother, and assigted him tintii Mes death in 1852, when he was appointed (
February 27, 1859 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ACCIDENTS AND OFFENCES.

ACCIDENTS AND OFFENCES.

I ACCIDENTS AND OFFENOES. FIRit AT MIjLWALL.-On Soaday morning about tlhree o'clock a fire of formidable character broke out in the premises of Messrs. Owe:; and Merton, proprietors of the aillwall Chymical Works. Mr. Braidwood in his official report describes the damage done as
February 27, 1859 - The Era - London, London, England
 
OUR CARPET BAG.

OUR CARPET BAG.

- I St. Valentine's Day. Now, who will be my Valentine I long to know, Will one of those grand things be mine, So like a transformation scene, All gold and tinsel, red and green, With little pigeons peroh'd between; And artificial flowers, tied Like orange blossoms on a bride, W
February 27, 1859 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CITY and MONEY INTELLIGENCE.

CITY and MONEY INTELLIGENCE.

CITY and MONniY ImNTIWLIGE1'CE. FRIDAY EVBNiNG. In the early part of the week the Market was dull, Italian affairs and the wet weather exercising a depressing eirect, but on Tuesday, with the return of fine weather, matters looked brighter, and Consols improved 9- per cent., bein
August 24, 1862 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CHURCHES AND THEATRES.

CHURCHES AND THEATRES.

I All that can be urged against the profanation of religion in re- sorting to theatres for the offices and propagation of faith, with the iocongruity of ideas and feelings engendered in the mind by such practices, with what the upholders of religious expediency advance in mainta
March 11, 1860 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

JIR. ALBEIRT SMITH'S MIONT BLANC, lit NAPLES, POMPEII, and VESUVIUS every Night (except | sarurdayl, at Eight; and Tuesday, Thursday, nnd Saturdiay Afternoonis at Three. Pln'ces can be secured at the Box-oftiee, Egyptian Hall, daily, epweron Eleven and Four, without any extra cha
March 7, 1858 - The Era - London, London, England