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THE LUXURY OF WHITE VEAL.

THE LUXURY OF WHITE VEAL.

- THE LUXUERY OF WHITE VEAL. The barbarous practice of vivisection, so dear to the French scientific savant, and which, now that it has fallen into the hands of farriers and veterinary saurgeons, -is being as, eagerly suppressed, was little more cruel wthen employed by physiologi
July 7, 1867 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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HER MAJESTY'S THEATRE.- Mdlie. Christine Nilason. EXTRA NIGHT. To-morrow Evenig (Mon0day), July 8th., Flotow's Opera, MARTA. Mdlle. Christine Milsao.., Madame Trebelli-Bettini, Signori Mosgini, Santley, Bossi, Casaboni. Conductor, Signor ARDITL Mdlle. Titiens. Tuesday next, July
July 7, 1867 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CITY and MONETARY INTELLIGENCE.

CITY and MONETARY INTELLIGENCE.

Cann and EO=ETARY IS fELLIQMcE. -FRIDAY. EVE1iNG, The English Market has been-heavy during the week, consequent upon sales for the realisation of profits and the approach of the settle- ment, which takes poe in the early part of next week, prior to ihich little revival 2can be ex
July 7, 1867 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TOWN EDITION.

TOWN EDITION.

T O WNX EkD1 T I O!N. THE ERA OF ICE, SUNDAY, TWO A.Xf LATEST FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. (REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.) FRANCE. THE LATE EMPEROR MAXIMILIAN. The Jloniteur of Friday says:- : " The assassination of the Emperor Maximilian will arouse a feeling of univeirsal horror. The act of inf
July 7, 1867 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Miss Katherine Hickson's Shakespearian Readings.

Miss Katherine Hickson's Shakespearian Readings.

)iss Katherine Hickson's ShakesPearian Readings Miss Katherine Hickson gave a new entertainment at tie Islington Literary and Scientific Institution on the 14th inst., entitled All lien atof ?? with Shakespeare's Heroinis, which, notwithstanding the uonavacdr able state of the we
March 24, 1867 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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FOR LICENSED VICTUALLERS.

FOR LICENSED VICTUALLERS.

n Thispoage willmnostly be found interesting to Licensed Victual i ers, aad the operations of the UNITED TowNs' AssocAOasos AND LICENSED ViCTuALnss' DEFENCE LEAGun are pub- lished -undter their own superintendence. BILL for the BETTER REGULATION of PU3BLIC Houses, &c. HOUSE OF C
March 24, 1867 - The Era - London, London, England
 
The HAMPSHIRE MEETINGS, &c.

The HAMPSHIRE MEETINGS, &c.

The HA.XWPSHIRE NEETINGS, &c. - BY "TOUCHSTONE.-, Considering the heavy work undergone by racehorses at Ascot and other places, the sport at West Drayton, WVindsor, and Hlampton was something wonderful, and Mr. Frail appears to have been thoroenghly successful with his Berkshire
June 16, 1867 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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1 -kDAME SAINTON -DIOLBY'S BALLAD tire\CET.-tadateSsINTON-DOLBY will gvae a BAtLLAD ?? it S . JAME11S'S HALL, Oil WEDNESDAY MORNING, coSIC . ?? Mlaria `Vilda, Miss Loulisa Pyno,, JUNE t'iorrn.,, Mliss Edith Wynse, Mile. Liebbert, the MISse. E Pal~lilhilp, Mladlame Ermnelillo Cole
June 16, 1867 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE THEATRES, &c.

THE THEATRES, &c.

Her Majesty's,-Thursday evening Donizetti's Lsuorezia Borgia was repeated at the above Theatre, with ldlle. Trebelli, for the first time this season, as Orsini. It way be remembered that this was the pact in which Mdlle, Trebsili achieved one of her greatest successes last year.
May 17, 1863 - The Era - London, London, England
 
COURT AND FASHION.

COURT AND FASHION.

:-T I *NbI TOM Ik-l I I OSBORNE, JULY"-18;g-His 'Royal Highness Prince Arthur arrived at Osborne on Thursday, -attended by 'Major *Elphinstoue, and left again yesterday on-a tour OSBORNE, JLr1.Y-i.-The: Qneen, -Prineess H6elena, 'Aid'Prin. cess Louise attended Divine servieg at O
July 26, 1863 - The Era - London, London, England