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MUSIC AND THE DRAMA

... equally beneficial for all kinds of small arms used in our navy and army. A party of gentlemen officially connected with the Polytechnit Institution dined together on Saturday last, for the purpose of presenting Dr. John Ryan, of the above Institution, with ...

Published: Sunday 18 January 1846
Newspaper: The Era
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 6195 | Page: 6 | Tags: Arts & Popular Culture 

LITERATURE

... LITERATURE, I MOORE'S MELODIES TRANSLATED INTO IRISH (Dubln By JOHN, ARCHnBISHOP OF TUAM. r No. IVr. I- (Dublin: John Cumming, IC, Lower Ormnnd-luay.) During some time the increasing spirit of interest in the ancient literary remains of Ireland which ...

MUSIC AND THE DRAMA

... present season, which terminates on Saturday next. Mr. John Ryan proceeds to the Queen's Theatre, Manchester, to produce the drama of ' Clarisse. Mr. Hammnond, Mr. Lester, Mr. Henry, Mrs. Grattan, and Aliss Love, also take their departure for the same ...

Published: Sunday 01 March 1846
Newspaper: The Era
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 7852 | Page: 5, 6 | Tags: Arts & Popular Culture 

DRAWING ROOM AT THE CASTLE

... Lieutenant, county Clare; Shaw. Bushy Park; Hugh D Massey, Harty, John Kingston Jarner, John Mac Neill, Edward Synme, Patrick Bellew, R L Blosse, George Col- thurst, B M'Mahon. General Sir John Ormsby Vendeleur. CoLONELsLevwis, Royal Engineers; Graves, Military ...

FASHIONABLE INTELLIGENCE

... ughmore, Devon, Cardigan, ok and Clonmel. Viscount Gort. Is Countess of Donoughrnore. a F LonDs-Langford, Henry Loftus, Dunsandle, Talbot ore De Mlalbide, Erancis Gordon, Charles Kerr. HoN. ?? Daly, John P Vereker, W Pakenham, St John Butler, H P Vereker ...

MUSIC AND THE DRAMA

... to-morrow (Aonday). A young tenor, of the name of Rafter, will make his debut, and the Misses Williams, Miss Rafter, Ribas, Grattan Coole, and Laurent, jun. (the cornet.a- pistons), have been secured for the occasion. Mr. Louis Emmanuel, late musical director ...

Published: Sunday 22 March 1846
Newspaper: The Era
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 11821 | Page: 5, 6, 7 | Tags: Arts & Popular Culture 

LITERATURE

... to bear his part in the p general arming which took place on the breaking out of the i short, but most disastrous insurrection of that year, arid served in 'Ithe lawyers' infantry ; such being the i description of arm wbich the bar then chose. On two ...

LITERATURE

... diocrity. Morgan Ratler disports himself on Spanish matters, taking as a groundwork Ford's admirable Hand l Book, the best of John Murray's travelling companions.- l Milly L., a tale in humble Life, is followed by a paper I of loftier pretence-one of ...

THEATRICAL ERA

... the patronage of the Duke of Cam- bridge, and other illustrious personages. The list of performers includes Pischek, John Parry, Grattan Cooke, the Distin family, &c. &c. Miss ALICIA NuNN gives her annual concert at the Hanover-square Rooms, on Wednesday ...

Published: Sunday 21 June 1846
Newspaper: The Era
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 1763 | Page: 3 | Tags: Arts & Popular Culture 

FASHIONABLE INTELLIGENCE

... United States of America, the convr seat ° hsr sdon-in-law, John Mactavish, Esq. Mrs. Caton was m0 otd 6 of the Duchess of Leeds, the Marchioneno Wellesley' an 2 Lady Stafford. 3 DEATH OF JOHN EGAN EnQeJP. 4It is with feelings of deep regret e have no ...