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UNDER TUE PATRONAGE Of TR:

UNDER TUE PATRONAGE Of TR:

UNDER TUE PATRONAGE Of Army and Club Arlington Club Albert Club `. Carlton Club ;Conservative Club (By Appointment) Cavenlisb East India United Service Club Egerton Club aresham Club Guards Club Junior United SendOe Club Junior Carlton (nub Mansfield (nub' ' Naval and Military Cl
29 December 1866 - Illustrated Sporting News and Theatrical and Musical Review - London, London, England
 
Zittattiral puoiral iitortintuto, WALSALL. - ALEXANDRA MUSIC HALL. Proprietor. Mr. C. Crooke. Artistes of the highest older in ail branches

Zittattiral puoiral iitortintuto, WALSALL. - ALEXANDRA MUSIC HALL. Proprietor. Mr. C. Crooke. Artistes of the highest older in ail branches

of the Profession rr qiiired for future dates. No stamp. Thiee days' silence a tire. [3
29 December 1866 - Illustrated Sporting News and Theatrical and Musical Review - London, London, England
 
CHARLES VIVIAN, one of the most legitimate Comedians on the Music Hall Boards ' is now fulfilling a very successful

CHARLES VIVIAN, one of the most legitimate Comedians on the Music Hall Boards ' is now fulfilling a very successful

engagement at the Sun ion New Music Hail, Manchester, where all letters will receive immediate attention, PAGANINI REDIVIVUS.— Theatrical Managers can have Bills and Photographs (gratis and post-free) of Paganiii: Redivivus in the following of his admired characters, —as " Pagau
29 December 1866 - Illustrated Sporting News and Theatrical and Musical Review - London, London, England
 
ANNA HILES (Prima Donna, Lit from Covent•garden and Ler Majesty's Theattes) begs to inform Secretaries of Musical Societies and others

ANNA HILES (Prima Donna, Lit from Covent•garden and Ler Majesty's Theattes) begs to inform Secretaries of Musical Societies and others

that the intends to reside this winter in Leeds. All communications couceruing Concerts or Oratorios to he ad dressed, Miss A. Hiles, care of Mr. J. Ripley, Royal Liver Otlice, 5, Meadow lane, Leeds.
29 December 1866 - Illustrated Sporting News and Theatrical and Musical Review - London, London, England
 
FIRST DAY.

FIRST DAY.

166 - YARD, RACZ. First Heat—Ourtois, 1; Bidwell, 2. Won easily iu vOll slow time. Second Heat—Wilcox, ; Corte, t, A dead heat iu eyeu slower time than the first. Third Heat.—Westbury, 1; Ilanbury, 2. A walk over. Pout Jnxr. of Bell won cleverly by half a foot, with the itonP 81
28 November 1868 - Illustrated Sporting News and Theatrical and Musical Review - London, London, England
 
KmascLEßa.

KmascLEßa.

Saturday morning was fine and clear. Porter came out about eight o'clock with the following team :--Palmer, Blue Gown, Lictor, Siderolite, Nyl Gau Vagabond and six youngsters — Masterstroke, Blue Stockings, tillj by Asteroid, out of Madame Eglantine, colt by Asteroid, out of Miam
28 November 1868 - Illustrated Sporting News and Theatrical and Musical Review - London, London, England
 
ILLUSTRATED SPORTING AND THEATRICAL NEWS

ILLUSTRATED SPORTING AND THEATRICAL NEWS

Betting—L7 to 4 apt Stisan, 2to 1 Acrobat,' 4 - to 1 Governess, 8 to 1 King Alfred, and 10 to 1 Robin Adair. Acrobat made play, followed by Governess, Robin Adair, and Alfred, after getting over the first fence, bolted. Rounding the turn for home, Susan headed Acrobat, and, comi
28 November 1868 - Illustrated Sporting News and Theatrical and Musical Review - London, London, England
 
ILLUSTRATED SPORTING AND THEATRICAL NEWS. NORTH SHIELDS.

ILLUSTRATED SPORTING AND THEATRICAL NEWS. NORTH SHIELDS.

THEATRE (Manager: Mr. J. Clifford). — The popular actor, Mr. W. R-Waldron, appeared on Monday, the 23rd, being engaged for six nights only. Mr. Waldron's new Irish sensation drama, entitled "Hearts and Homes," was chosen for the occasion. The piece is tolerably well written and
28 November 1868 - Illustrated Sporting News and Theatrical and Musical Review - London, London, England
 
ILLUSTRATED SPORTING AND THEATRICAL NEWS. LEAR AND CORDELIA.

ILLUSTRATED SPORTING AND THEATRICAL NEWS. LEAR AND CORDELIA.

-0---• The character of Lear is one of far greater nobleness than appears at first sight. We witness his ungovernable, unreasonable passion against Cordell°, and Kent, we listen to his elder daughters' opinion on that scene and on their father, and we blame him until blame is sw
28 November 1868 - Illustrated Sporting News and Theatrical and Musical Review - London, London, England
 
meat to be entered in a book to be kept for that purpose. Should a player not appear within one

meat to be entered in a book to be kept for that purpose. Should a player not appear within one

hour of the appointed time, be shall forfeit the sum of five shillings. At tLe expiration of the hour his sandglass shall be set running, and the time thus lost shall ho considered as wasted by him. Should he have only thirty minutes or loss time left, in which to make his first
28 November 1868 - Illustrated Sporting News and Theatrical and Musical Review - London, London, England