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HEAL WATERFALL SCENE by Odleott. Grand Pas du Su-at by t SAM WELL'Soclebratecl prlllY at 10.15.. PEII,PQRNIING of ANIMALS at

HEAL WATERFALL SCENE by Odleott. Grand Pas du Su-at by t SAM WELL'Soclebratecl prlllY at 10.15.. PEII,PQRNIING of ANIMALS at

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26 September 1868 - Illustrated Sporting News and Theatrical and Musical Review - London, London, England
 
A CCJI. itiL,Ct) AN een x i director, Mr. K. Giread—•mouldes Alias Rms . aaaellea, gt RANGE his he tuts

A CCJI. itiL,Ct) AN een x i director, Mr. K. Giread—•mouldes Alias Rms . aaaellea, gt RANGE his he tuts

engaged Afdlie. celebrated 8_ danaeuse, fron t tbe o r4 na o pera , „cam, Milm, for number of perforniudibea. Corn'flung Mondak, li Sept, •
26 September 1868 - Illustrated Sporting News and Theatrical and Musical Review - London, London, England
 
r and the PROFESSIOg, FItANIC ELTON and CO., MUM MALL ANI) BILLET A.OENTS, "R,low street, four doors from the Royal

r and the PROFESSIOg, FItANIC ELTON and CO., MUM MALL ANI) BILLET A.OENTS, "R,low street, four doors from the Royal

lichen Opera, have Vacancies in all lines for real Talent. 'rams 5 per , cent. only. (Mice hours eleven four. A. V. AATINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANT, v ancic AND LION, W I 24 olt iTtEET, CaventliUt Square. -A. F. FORREST, In con i unction with lug 'l'wo tons, ia now nightly gug his HI
26 September 1868 - Illustrated Sporting News and Theatrical and Musical Review - London, London, England
 
Sir Joseph Hawley's proposition because he thinks It would injure Newmarket. But the question is not what is good for

Sir Joseph Hawley's proposition because he thinks It would injure Newmarket. But the question is not what is good for

Newmarket, but what is good for the racehorse. Upon the proposition to make every horse carry as much as 841bs, the Admiral is opposed to Lord Coventry. His objection as a handicapper is that the maximum weight in a great handle ,p is under 1401bs, and, as the good old horses ca
27 March 1869 - Illustrated Sporting News and Theatrical and Musical Review - London, London, England
 
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27 March 1869 - Illustrated Sporting News and Theatrical and Musical Review - London, London, England
 
HUNTING

HUNTING

THE PRINCE OF WALES'S HARRIERS On Friday this pack met at Riding -Court Farm, Datchet (Mr. Charles S. Cantrell's), where they found, and had a sharp run into Ditt on Park. Afterwards found on Mr Pullins's farm, and had a dodging run of an hour. A brace more were found on Mr. Flu
27 March 1869 - Illustrated Sporting News and Theatrical and Musical Review - London, London, England
 
e!uded a most successful five nights' performance of his original drama "Blew for Blow," and on Monday next Mr. George

e!uded a most successful five nights' performance of his original drama "Blew for Blow," and on Monday next Mr. George

Stanley and his excellent Tyne Theatre Company open for a short season. FRANK. HALL'S NEW HALL.—An unusually large and able company is engaged this week at this favourite public resort. The following are among the number, and specially worthy of notice : The Brothers Edwards, ni
27 March 1869 - Illustrated Sporting News and Theatrical and Musical Review - London, London, England
 
GERMAN GYMNASTIC SOCIETY,

GERMAN GYMNASTIC SOCIETY,

limbers, past and present, are invited to attend the Boxing Class entertainment, to be held in the club room of the Gymnasium on Monday evening, the sth April. The Dramatic Club and the amateur band have kind , y consented to perform. Tickets to be had from Messrs. Baker, Paralo
27 March 1869 - Illustrated Sporting News and Theatrical and Musical Review - London, London, England
 
HARRY MARTLEY, Comic Vocalist and Comedian, having j iined Walter Clair, corn edirm, they will be cli.sengaged at Easter.. Duetts

HARRY MARTLEY, Comic Vocalist and Comedian, having j iined Walter Clair, corn edirm, they will be cli.sengaged at Easter.. Duetts

written by Waiter Burnott, Esq. Sala agent, P. H. Henri, 6, Elizabalar terrace, Clothleeley s q uare. HARTLEY AND CLAIR, Eccentric Comedians, will shortly appear.
27 March 1869 - Illustrated Sporting News and Theatrical and Musical Review - London, London, England
 
THE LATE EARL OF GLASGOW.

THE LATE EARL OF GLASGOW.

not solely reserved for his horses and his dogs, inasmuch as a kinder-hearted being, or a more truthful and honourable man does not exist among the English aristocracy. No racing subscription is ever got up but his name is to be found at the head of it, and his donations are in
20 March 1869 - Illustrated Sporting News and Theatrical and Musical Review - London, London, England