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X). ’(700. -rtUXH GARDIvNS.—Under tTSßßffonajre V «f the I'UlNf'i; UEC^TOT.—(,'n MOMMY next, June 2, these Gardens, having been ereatly "’roved

X). ’(700. -rtUXH GARDIvNS.—Under tTSßßffonajre V «f the I'UlNf'i; UEC^TOT.—(,'n MOMMY next, June 2, these Gardens, having been ereatly "’roved

and tieaunlicd, WILL OPENED for the Seavm, series of varied, novel, and splendid Entertainments, com. ~P Grand Concert Miscellaneous Mu.ic, selected from the orks of Handel and other esteemed Masters, in Two Acts. Votal Performers, Mrs. Bland, Mrs. Child, Miss ' .itr.er, Mr. C.
May 31, 1817 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE PROT£ST.h\ T -iSCI.SD.IXCV.

THE PROT£ST.h\ T -iSCI.SD.IXCV.

The following arc copies i!ie Letter* which between Mr. Canning and the Committee (or , the Dinnei last Wednesday, in celebration ]>,.** liirth-day. 1 *• Gloucester l,utlgr. May ; Sir,—l hare to acknowledge the Loitour of your J,. tier o;.[ instant, (which reached only yesterday
May 31, 1817 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
NA VAL INTtLIAGLSCt.

NA VAL INTtLIAGLSCt.

Weymouth, May 30.— Passed Portland this morning, the A*ia Indiaman, from Bengal; sailed from thence ilst December; arrived Madras 9th January, and sailed from St. Helena 3d Aptil-—Mr. Stevenson, the Purser, proceeded express for the Indti Hous**. Passengers landed at the Crown I
May 31, 1817 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
THIS DAY ONL. TIMS!! once more calls the attention of bis best Friends the Public the Supplementary Prizes.—Those Persons who

THIS DAY ONL. TIMS!! once more calls the attention of bis best Friends the Public the Supplementary Prizes.—Those Persons who

had any Tickets or Shares in the late Lottery entitled such Prizes, are reminded that this is the Last Day they .can receive Money for them, as the Contractor’* offer of paving * 12/. per Ticket (or them, or in proportion for Shares, CEASES THIS DAY. If the Holders not avail the
May 31, 1817 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
rpUNBRIDGE WELLS. —The REGISTER .1 and AGENCY OFFICE of LODGING HOUSES at SPRANGE’S LIBRARY now being open for the Season,

rpUNBRIDGE WELLS. —The REGISTER .1 and AGENCY OFFICE of LODGING HOUSES at SPRANGE’S LIBRARY now being open for the Season,

begs leave most respectfully inform the Nobility and Gentry that they may derive the most satisfactory information respecting Houses, by referring to it on their tnival; or, any commission to him by letter, or otherwise, will meet with the nicest attention, and warrant of succes
May 31, 1817 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 

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DURABILITY IRISH LINEN is of X such importance to every one that it essential know where purchasers can procure warranted

DURABILITY IRISH LINEN is of X such importance to every one that it essential know where purchasers can procure warranted

goods—The BELFAST LINEN COMPANY was established in 1805, for the Sale of Irish Linens, bleached without chemical acid, in single pieces, wholesale price, and from the patronage they have since obtained trust they liave some claim to public confidence. Their unprecedented rednctl
May 31, 1817 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
V ®te Q'omin:. I® SOUTHAMPTON COACH (the TELEk-7 GRAPH;, Reduced Pares, every Morning at Half-past Seven (.'Clock, from the Cross

V ®te Q'omin:. I® SOUTHAMPTON COACH (the TELEk-7 GRAPH;, Reduced Pares, every Morning at Half-past Seven (.'Clock, from the Cross

Key- Inn, Wood-street, Cheapside; and Golden Cross, Charing-cross, at Eight o’clock. HORNE, ROGERS, and CO. Proprietors. Ihe 1 nolle are tespectlully informed, that for their accommodation this Coach will and set out from the Cross Keys inn Wood-street, Cheapside. Passengers and
May 31, 1817 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
tXHJLDREN CUTTING TEETH— Mr. BURCH ELL’S, sole Proprietor and Preparer of the ANODYNE NECKLACE, No. 79. Long-Acre, and (by appointment)

tXHJLDREN CUTTING TEETH— Mr. BURCH ELL’S, sole Proprietor and Preparer of the ANODYNE NECKLACE, No. 79. Long-Acre, and (by appointment)

nowhere else in London, are sold, the original Anodyne Necklaces, which give the greatest relief Infants cutting Teeth, curing and preventing Fits,&c. pr. 9«- each. Likewise, the famous SUGAII PLUMS for WORMS—they are not only sure Remedy for Children and Grown Persons ; but if
May 31, 1817 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
SATURDAY ICVEXING, 31, 1817.

SATURDAY ICVEXING, 31, 1817.

Ne w sub.t e c t.—pa no a , Ecicestersquare.—ln addition to the magnificent Representation of the BATTLE of WATERLOO, an interesting View of the splendid City of ST. PETERSBURG just J.—Adn.-.t-tanceto each Painting One ShiKing. Open from Ten till dusk. HEN ltd lON BARKER, Propri
May 31, 1817 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
ALM A UK’S.—Mr. PAINE begs to inform the Nobility and Gentry his Quadrille Fan, with the Figures as at Alnuck’s,

ALM A UK’S.—Mr. PAINE begs to inform the Nobility and Gentry his Quadrille Fan, with the Figures as at Alnuck’s,

now ready for delivery. As several Fans with t..correct -figures are published, his Fan may be known from any other by having the words Paine, of Almack’s Quadrille Fan," 011 tire top, wnlch i« the only correct Edition.—Sold for him, at Fa'kner’s Opera Music Warehouse, 3, Old Bo
May 31, 1817 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England