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MORTON'S, GREENWICH.

MORTON'S, GREENWICH.

On Monday, Aug 24th, the Drama, in Five Acts, by Georze B Sims, entitled ;THE LIGHTS O' LONDON." Harold Armytage ?? Mr CHARLEs WEIR Bess ?? r HNRY C. ARNOLD arv l 9 ?? r CHARLES CARTE Mrs Jarvis ?? Mrs R. POWZR Shakespeare Jarvis ?? Miss MIINNIE SADDLER Jim ?? Jim. ?? JAMES FeWE
August 29, 1891 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MUSIC IN PUBLIC-HOUSES.

MUSIC IN PUBLIC-HOUSES.

MUSIC IN PUBLIC-OUlSES. IL I : ?? ?? -A- a-- ?? .1 .. o0 o- The Norwich licensing justices were engaged on Satur. ill day last in hearing applications for music, singing, and id dancing licence5. Mr Poland, Q C., with whom was Mr ve Blofield, again represented the licensing inter
August 29, 1891 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TOPICS OF THE WEEK.

TOPICS OF THE WEEK.

VWHEN all appeared to be going on so smoothly there is suddenly a hitch in the Congress. Bulgaria is the bu-bear. It always was anl atrocity. It created the grand difficulty between the Liberal and Conservative parties ; it induced Mr GLIAD- STONE to fulminate his unpatriotic se
June 23, 1878 - The Era - London, London, England
 
GEORGE LEYBOURNE AND HIS LATE AGENT

GEORGE LEYBOURNE AND HIS LATE AGENT

On Friday, at the Southuark County Courb, before DMr H. J. L Stonor, the Judge, all action was tried, in which Mr Charles Roberts, Music Hall agent, sought to recover from Mr George Leybourne, the well-known comic singer, the sum of 50. Mr T. S. Pritchard, barrister, appeared fo
November 3, 1878 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE FRENCH GALLERY.

THE FRENCH GALLERY.

[2le JIlaoon a pal/'J crL i ta ulu 'Try ?? 0/ m zas G I T eI k. ] THE FRENEU iGALLERY. The private view of the twventy-sixth annual exisibitioii at the above gallery, 120, Pall-n;dl, took place last SBatur day, and, spite of the unfavourable weatlher, a largo number of visitors a
November 3, 1878 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

PROVINCIAL THIEATRIONXL&. (mROst 0011i OWN CsMCEIISFOGNDENTS.) ABBRDE R-N. AI'FiAaANDre Music HAit.-This is the only place of amusement open this week, and the business hss been very good. We have a meet attractive and genu inte artist in the person of Mr Fred. Dart, wise gives f
November 3, 1878 - The Era - London, London, England
 
DRAMATIC REFORM.

DRAMATIC REFORM.

DR A M A T IC R E FO RM I1. At tlip Sacial Seii.oo-e Iollgri-iio C ?? xiii F4-lil y Octlber 2.itLa ?? [ci ii Dir f:ltii pl, Ollicil i ?? ,if the ]Lioiiiaiti,! Pexfi.oi A-oI-;:ititi Xv.Is 1e:Iil }.V lii ?? Ariioshome, of II ,toee ?? i, i 1.1 t 1kA r I,. ! thle cihioltite.lei l.-:i
November 3, 1878 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LICENSED VICTUALLERS' ASYLUM.

LICENSED VICTUALLERS' ASYLUM.

LICENSED VICTUALLEPLS' ASYLUMT. An election took place on Wednesday in the Beard-room of the Licensed Victuallers' Asylum, Asylum-load, Old Kent- road, for the occupation of eleven houses then vacant in the Institution, and the filling up of the next three vacancies that shall he
October 22, 1881 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

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October 22, 1881 - The Era - London, London, England
 
DRURY-LANE THEATRE.

DRURY-LANE THEATRE.

[7,11efololaving appeared in our TOWN EDITION of Last Wee1?.] Looking bright and cheerful, and with a large audience assembled to welcome the novelties provided for them, Drury- lane Theatre opened last Saturday for the season. It may be that some of the habitui~s had not yet re
September 30, 1877 - The Era - London, London, England