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CORNER OF

HOLY WELL LANE, SHOREDITCH, LONDON. A. LYNES & SON. This mai ar , d, after of the iatte of their oi elapsed bel the match, , Crusaders, polled to t to render even. fere three —who I): reaped the the lapse a lucky go, their play of energy the Cl7u-st time passl latter wen from th
11 December 1869 - Illustrated Sporting News and Theatrical and Musical Review - London, London, England
 
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01 May 1869 - Illustrated Sporting News and Theatrical and Musical Review - London, London, England
 
NORTHAMPTON.

NORTHAMPTON.

TFIEATRB ROY and Manager: Mr. C. A. Clarke).—Mr. E. Rosenthal's opera and burlesque _companies opened here on Monday evening with :"Maritana." To say that this favourite opera was -produced with success would be to speak coldly of -a:performance which called forth the warmest de
01 May 1869 - Illustrated Sporting News and Theatrical and Musical Review - London, London, England
 
DUNDEE.

DUNDEE.

THEATRE ROTAL.—Closed at present. Music HALL (Lessee: Mr. W. McFarland).—The entertainments at this popular place of amusement are of a varied and most pleasant description. The Sisters Bullen, who made their first appearance on Monday in a most amusing duologue, entitled "The G
01 May 1869 - Illustrated Sporting News and Theatrical and Musical Review - London, London, England
 
LYNES.—Now A. LYNES and SON. ° KENSINGTON KENSINGTON SUITS SUITS 2 GUINEAS. 2 GUINEAS. For sea-side, In all For the

LYNES.—Now A. LYNES and SON. ° KENSINGTON KENSINGTON SUITS SUITS 2 GUINEAS. 2 GUINEAS. For sea-side, In all For the

excursion, materials For tourist wear, for For evening all and full dress. occasions.
01 May 1869 - Illustrated Sporting News and Theatrical and Musical Review - London, London, England
 
WORCESTER.

WORCESTER.

The 'Worms tor Amateur Dramatic Society gave its second performance at the Theatre Royal, on Monday evening in aid of the funds of the Worcester Infirmary, when was present such an assemblage of rank, beauty, and fashion that has not been seen within the walla of the old theatre
23 December 1865 - Illustrated Sporting News and Theatrical and Musical Review - London, London, England
 
HACKNEY WICK.

HACKNEY WICK.

E. LLEIVELLYN AND J. — G — tt." - n — sii.::B4l - 2 — ;; lade, and had to walk two miles for a fiver, the former receiving a start of 25 @wends. Llewellyn is the taller, about 17 years of age, while Gilbert, as Warner's lad, has shown good promise, but is at the bantam size, and
23 December 1865 - Illustrated Sporting News and Theatrical and Musical Review - London, London, England
 
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acattirat and pioical poutinvntO

CONCERT s —MR. and Dtiv.A.T., Original Sepaational Dettt, Charake itigers, änlDatactre , folfilling a auecesSful engloranierit at th 6 übdrS, roar an u lghtlY (Teti ba Itozrng Night nt thatfordsliiro, for throo weekv. At liberty 18th January. All lettere addresgetl to will %nett
23 December 1865 - Illustrated Sporting News and Theatrical and Musical Review - London, London, England
 
PANTOMIME.

PANTOMIME.

The origin of pantomine may be easily traced back to the earliest ages, when mimes were not only employed at theatres and festivals, but even at funerals, where the actors described by their gestures the actions and manners of the deceased, and exhibited his virtues and vices. T
14 November 1868 - Illustrated Sporting News and Theatrical and Musical Review - London, London, England
 
ILLUSTRATED SPORTING AND THEATRICAL NEWS.

ILLUSTRATED SPORTING AND THEATRICAL NEWS.

14 November 1868 - Illustrated Sporting News and Theatrical and Musical Review - London, London, England