LITERATURE

... Polonaise. For the promenade we observe a single-sole boot, with an interior sole of cork a l'Anglaise. these boots have elastic sides and simulate buttoned boots. For skating, a tightly-laced boot is prepared, with red laces and red tassels, and with ...

MUSIC AND MIRTH IN THE HOP-GARDENS

... morning breezeas a soft fvirl is wafted from the misty river. Suarcely one in a dozen can bal ost of a pair of boots. Many sass claim no boots at all, but flitl'e aloug displaying their naked feet, and frequently a abriad patch of shoulder, a tanned throat ...

Published: Sunday 21 September 1879
Newspaper: The Era
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 2173 | Page: 5 | Tags: Arts & Popular Culture 

PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS

... Mr T. W. X~atonanderi ofthe unnestbit inthelibretto is the Bee-fee-tab of b'R.dgroforldiensions, arid always yawning. A big boot dance bysxNgeradaaonderfully clever' trapeze performance by the SIri)s Maos ueai Sivori, elicit a large share of applause and ...

Published: Sunday 06 January 1878
Newspaper: The Era
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 24665 | Page: 3, 4, 5, 6 | Tags: Arts & Popular Culture 

PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS

... concert seasseir, j-stelosicig at thin pltoes the entrsrrisircg Proprietor Icas stir- Ceeded'in pi'ocaring somelO lef thes boot talent bliss Mary Sesart tea very Carefaulrind aeceoipliesi~ serreoncei) concluded last eveki, aad thisr week, Which Is lice ...

Published: Sunday 28 April 1872
Newspaper: The Era
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 18090 | Page: 5, 6, 7 | Tags: Arts & Popular Culture 

FASHIONS FOR MAY

... quantity of wearing apparel from the New Inn, Ashford, in the county of Kent, tried and convicted in the name of C. Cocklin, and got six months in 1870 at the County Sessions at Maidstone. Crime in the north:-First. At Darlington, one coat, one vest, and one ...

THE GILLOTT COLLECTION

... Casoden Town, Middlesex. Henry Charles Stone, 274, Strand, London, and 10, Molesworth Street. Lewes, Kent. Wm. Burgess, house agent. Belvedere, Kent. Paul Bead, farmer, late of Ash Honse Farm, Droxford, near Blslscp's -Waltham; now of 4, Floating Bridge ...

THE PROPOSED IRISH NATIONAL MUSEUM OF SCIENCE AND ART

... trousers and a jacket. EXECUTION AT MAIDSTONE. The convict. Fordred, convicted at the last f Kent Spring Assizes of the wilful murder -of his a paramour, Mary Anne Bridges, was executed yesterday morning at Maidstone Jail. The t, miserable man since his ...

POULTRY SHOW AT WOODBRIDGE

... Fletcher. Highly commended, S. Matthew, Silver Cup, or £5 5s., for best pen in classes 9, 10, 11, and 12 CLASS 9. 21amlburghs (golden pencilled). - lot prize, H. Pickles, Skipton, Yorkshire; 2nd. H. Beldou, Highly com- mended, F. Pittls, jun., Newport, Isle ...

LITERATURE

... the Almighty God of Truth that.they E awake weeping at night for joy at the thougbt t they will die and ee 'Jerusslem the Golden.' is doubtless a pious and devout age; but not-at 1it as yet-un age in which natural theology is likely to attain a high, ...

PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS

... BIRKEREEAD. PRINCE OF WALES TFCEATRE.-Proprietor, Mr D. Grannell. -On Monday last, the 30th December, the Pantomime of Fuss is- Boots was produced to a crowded house. The Opening has been written by Mr J. F. M'Ardle, and no expense has been spared upon its ...

Published: Sunday 05 January 1879
Newspaper: The Era
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 29315 | Page: 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 | Tags: Arts & Popular Culture 

THE KING'S BIRTHDAY CHIMES

... A WrEL-FILLED STOCKING. - A rather singular discovery has been ruade by sOneC professional gentlemen at Larklield, near Maidstone. They were engaged at the house lately occupied by MiFs Vise, deceased, better known as ?? Becky Wise, and found an old ...

FASHION AND VARIETIES

... considerably better, and it is hoped on a fair way to recovery. The remains of Viscount Maidstone were buried yesterday in the new family grave at Eastwell Churchyard, Kent. Lord and Lady Muncaster have left Rings- town for England. The death of Lady Hallwife ...