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Text:"... shortly, between Mr. W. H. Leslie, second sou of Mr. HenryLeslie, and Miss Mabel Skipwith, granddaughter of Sir Grey Skip with, Bart. THE Princess OF Wales has become a patroness of the United Kingdom..."
Date:Mar 23 1885
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... and expression aKke tjw result of the capacity, of the choir as a body and of the characteristic dis cipline of Mr. HenryLeslie. The concert eommenced with ** God save the Queen,** arranged by Mr. H. Leslie, who..."
Date:Dec 17 1859
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
Text:"... of these took place last evening at the Hanover-square Rooms, under the able conductorship of Mr. HenryLeslie. The list of amateur performers gives the usual evidence of strength, but we are sorry to miss..."
Date:Dec 13 1859
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
Text:".... HENRYLESLIE’S CHOIE. A private performance of Mr. H. Leslie’s choir was givon at the Hanover-square Rooms on Hondo? night, unde? tho direction of the conductor, âê wcs called private bccaaco it was given..."
Date:Feb 1 1857
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
Date:June 12 2003
Publication:Kingston, Kingston, Jamaica
Text:"... Palate), Miss Dolby, Mr. Sims Reeves, and Mr. Weiss. Mr. HenryLeslie’s Choir' of above 100 voices will sing some of their favourite Part pongs in the second part of the programme. Hie Ba^d will be largely..."
Date:May 12 1858
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
Text:"..., Soul of the Age (HenryLeslie), the Choir. 7. Song, Blow, Blow, thou Winter Wind iDr. .Ariiei. Mr. Cummings. 8. Glee for male voices, Crabbed Age and Youth (Stevens). 9. Glee, The aoud Capp'd Towers..."
Date:Apr 23 1864
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
Text:".... Wylde conducted, as usual. Royal Albert Hall Choral Society.—A fine performance of Mendelssohn’s “ Elijah” was given on Wednesday la^ by this society, under the direction of Mr. Barn by. Mr. HenryLeslie..."
Date:Apr 27 1873
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
Text:".... / rthat -law. TWson,lahistnn, , aad lyiagia wait at night for u wm now condemned to turd Mr. HenryLeslie kas nev.r given a mora iateree'.iag concert than that which took place last night, at 8;. James..."
Date:Feb 28 1868
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
Text:"... created by the advent of the new tenor, many of his good points escaped the general observation. His" voice (bass) is really fine and very powerful. MR. HENRYLESLIE'S CHOIR. The concert of Thursday evening..."
Date:May 11 1872
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
Text:"... Patey, Mr. Sims Reeves, Signor Fancelli, Signor (Cotogni, Signor Fou, Mr. HenryLeslie's Choir. Pianoforte, Mr. J. G, Callcott. Harmonium, Mr. John 0. Ward. Clarionet, Mr. Lazarus. Harps, Mdlle. Elise..."
Date:Dec 3 1870
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
Text:".... John HuUah (King's College, London); Sir Julius Benedict; Sir G. ElVey, Mus. Doc. ; Mr. Joseph Barnby, Mr. E. J. Chipp, Mr. James Coward, Mr. W. G. Cusins, Mr. Fred. Godfrey, Mr. HenryLeslie, Mr. G. A..."
Date:Feb 10 1872
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
Text:"...- ______ ________________ttat.t, ---------------- The Song will be acoompanisd with a fall chorus, under the immediate direction of Mr. HenryLeslie. O AMORNIE. — LIEB IG' S EXTRACT of -ll»^ MEAT, prepared by the AustnJian Meat..."
Date:Apr 19 1869
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
Text:"... Gerster and MdllA.Marimnn. Part IL : Part BODg, TheIiBS eepe (Caloott) ; madrigal, (Morley), Air. HenryLeslie's Chair; ---- ' ïnT.-i tfTW^Mo of Rirhmond-hill (HenryLeslie), Mr. HenryLeslie's Choir..."
Date:June 20 1878
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
Text:"....spices of the Oawe.-tiy .School of Music, ha.s taken place at Oswestry. Under the pre iilency of MrHenryLeslie the Oswestry Schot 1 of Music, wiiich w-aa founded in lh80, has had a most prosperous career, and its..."
Date:Apr 28 1883
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom