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M.H. A. R. and VARIETY ARTISTS’ BENEVOLENT FUND. 18. Charing Cross road, W.C. ftOTICK. , , Th© Secretary desires the

M.H. A. R. and VARIETY ARTISTS’ BENEVOLENT FUND. 18. Charing Cross road, W.C. ftOTICK. , , Th© Secretary desires the

addretafs lh« fol lowing memhorsThe Loinierefl. Th« Stewarts. Roma and Romani. Priscary. Krnro. Ilumounsks. Sister* Hartley. Vwey and Ramaair. and The Swift*. Will any member knowing the of th© above kindly communicate with the Sccr» tary?
October 29, 1910 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LONDON GAZETTES.

LONDON GAZETTES.

tuesday, January 8. WAR, DEPARTMENT, JLIT. 8.-Royal Regt. of Horee Gte.: Car. G. Bull, from the l1th Lt. Dhgs., to be cur., without purchase, and adjt. vice Sutton, promoted. 5th Dig. Gds.: Cor. A. W. Travers to be Reut., by purchase, vice Button, who retiree. 3d Lt. Dig. Gde.:
January 13, 1856 - The Era - London, London, England
 
OFFICIAL DESPATCHES.

OFFICIAL DESPATCHES.

OFFICIAL IDESPATCHES. WAR DEPARTMENT, JAN. 9,1856. Lord Panimure has this day received two despatches of which the following are copies, addressed to his Lordship by General Sir William Codrington, ?? and Lieut.- General Vivian. SEvAsroPOL, DEC. 27, 1855. Mly Lord,-Your lordship
January 13, 1856 - The Era - London, London, England
 
RETURN OF THE HUDSON BAY Company's Arctic Expedition in Search of Sir J. Franklin.—Confirmation of Dr. Rae's Reports.

RETURN OF THE HUDSON BAY Company's Arctic Expedition in Search of Sir J. Franklin.—Confirmation of Dr. Rae's Reports.

RETUIRN OFP THE HUDSON BAY Company's Arctic Expedition in Search of Sir J. Franklin.-Conflrmation of Dr. Rae's Reports. (From the Montreat iHera-Id, Dec. 24.) We have been favoured by E. M. Hopkins, Esq. (in the absence of Sir George Simpson) with the following outline of the pro
January 13, 1856 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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December 3, 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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~NwBurlington-street, April 18, 1846. BENTLEYS NEW PUBLICATIONS, NOW READY. 31S,0ES KETCHIES CF ENGLISH CHARACTER. 2veels. sjIS. ?? ,ICONCLUDING VOLUME o R.TOPO' TilE' J.\COBITE8. Svo, with Portraits. Vols.lI. and hnoofcit Bookisellers. STL"IT'"IS FAITHI AND ITS FEATURES; or, a V
April 19, 1846 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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PREAT NORTHERN RAILWIAY.- WHITSUNTIDE IOLIDAYS. WHIT MONDAY, June 10th, Cheap DAY E XCURSIONS acill be run fron, London to ST. ALBANS, Harpedndd, Luton, DunDtablc, Hitchin, Cambrid ge, Skegness, Sutton-on-Sea, and Mablethorpe. THURSDAY MIDNIGHT, June 13t h, a Cheap Two Days' EkCU
June 8, 1889 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ALLEGED ROBBERIES AT THE GAIETY.

ALLEGED ROBBERIES AT THE GAIETY.

At the Bow-street Police-court, on Tuesday, before Mr Vaughan, two sergeants of the Corps of Commis- sionaires named Frcd. Baldstis, aged fifty, and Maurice Adams, forty-six, were charged, on remanm, with stealing tickets of admission to the Gaiety Theatre. Mr Arthur Newton pros
June 8, 1889 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A THEATRE DESTROYED.

A THEATRE DESTROYED.

?? A fire hroke out at Burnlev shortly after four o'clock d let Ol Tb ul:'av mornin g, resultinrg in tl.e total destruc- . tion of tire Theath e Iloyal, Eltows-stresrt, the le-see and lot manager of which i., MIe Gillespie, landlrdl of thc e lie Market Tavern. A variety company
June 8, 1889 - The Era - London, London, England