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LONDON " FROU-FROU " COMPANY. Under the Management of u ADEMOISELLE BEATRICE. . Stlage Management under the Direction ef Mr HORACE WIGAN. Mr HENRY SINCLAIR, Drury-lane Theatre. Mr 0. LOIEDAN, Theatre Imperial Lyrique, Paris. Mr B. NORMAN, Theatres Royal, Edinburgh and Sadler's We
07 August 1870 - The Era - London, London, England
 
The Night-Houses.

The Night-Houses.

Mi. Guiseppe Polli, refreshment-house keeper, No. 52, Old Comptoa-street, was summoned last Thursday by the police, before Mr. Tyrwhitt, at Marlborough-street Police-court, for keeping his house open during prohibited hours. Mr. Breton appeared for the defendant. Inspector Shaw,
07 August 1870 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Reopening of the Wear Music Hall at Sunderland.

Reopening of the Wear Music Hall at Sunderland.

Reopening of the Wear Music Hall at Sanderland. On Monday night the Wear Music Hail, after undergoing the restora- tions referred to in our last, was reopened, when a somewhat boisterous, but extremely good-humoured audience, critical, but desirous- to be pleased, crowded every n
07 August 1870 - The Era - London, London, England
 
NORTH WOOLWICH GARDENS.

NORTH WOOLWICH GARDENS.

MR. W. HOLLAND's BnnvEcT-The second annual benefit of the spirited and enterprising Proprietor of these beautiful pleasure grounds was fixed for Monday and Tuesday last, and we regret to say that from unavoidable circumstances the success of the occasion was not so great as the
07 August 1870 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FREEMASONRY.

FREEMASONRY.

F I E E H A 8 0 N R Y. BRETHREN OF FREEMASONS' LODGES contemnplating Removal are respectfully asked to inspect the LODGE-RLOOMe at the ROYAL EXETER HOTEL, STRAND. The Lodge Room, Funitre, an esefingRoom, 4c., are perfect, and Jortheir useno charge ithat ever is nmasde. The Rooms
17 April 1870 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MR. ARTHUR TOOTH'S FINE ART GALLERY.

MR. ARTHUR TOOTH'S FINE ART GALLERY.

KR. ARTHUR TOOTH'S FINE ART GALLERY. In our last issue we gave some hurried notice of the more important works in this pleasant Gallery, but there are many of the minor paintings which call for more than a little attention. Mr. Hermann Tenkate has several very capital pictures be
17 April 1870 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

E T E S A N D G A L A S.- F A. MAYNARD, Established 1857, Caterer for her Majesty's, the Nobility's, Foresters', and Odd Fellows' Fetes; Agent for the Principal THEATRES and MUSIC HALLS in the United Kingdom, the Continent, and America, 6, York-road, Lam- betb, London, S.E. A. AL
17 April 1870 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

Is- OXFORD LOCAL EXAMINATION, 1870. rTNHE PRIZES and CERTIFICATES for last year T will be presented to the successful Candidates at r- the Exchange H&all, Nottingham, on THURSDAy, 15th r- inst., at Four o'clock precisely, by C. SEELY, ?? m. M.P. M.. The following Prizes will be g
14 December 1870 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

BY MESSRS. OLIVER & NEWBOLD. BY DERBY SMITHFIELD. AL [ESSRS. OLIVER and NEWBOLD'S NEXT VIE IV. SALE of FAT STOCKwllbe heldint he CATTLE IARKET, Derby, on TUESDAY, 15th N oV., 1870, and will include Pri Pme at COWS, SHEEp, PIGS, and other Prime F ?? tli Stock. of All S tock must b
09 November 1870 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
QUARTERLY RETURN OF BIRTHS AND DEATHS IN DERBY.

QUARTERLY RETURN OF BIRTHS AND DEATHS IN DERBY.

QUARTERLY RETURN OF BIRTHS AND DEArHS IN DERBY. [Specially written for the Derby Mfercury,] prlu lers The Registrar General's quarterly return shows that the wit ible births of 192,178 children were recorded in England and are Wades in the comiso of the past quarter. The birth-ra
09 November 1870 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England