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THEATRES.

THEATRES.

DRURt-LANE. Last iii^ht Ml- 4 ? Byrne, from fhe Dublin Theatre, made a most successful debut in the part of Adela, in the Opera, of The flaunted Tower. Her v^ice possesses much compa.»s, brilliancy, atid sweetness; and a degree of flexibility seldom equalled. ?? Her execution Is
October 15, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
extensive rubbery.

extensive rubbery.

Saturday George Kennaway, a lad, underwent a long ex- amination at Bow-street Office, before Gicabgb Hicks, I'se*. charged with having robbed Mr. Richard Castle, n cheese- monger of Broad court, Bow-street, of notes and cash amount- ing 10 nearly 1007. The circumstances ot ihe c
October 6, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
j- MEETINGS OF CREDITORS AT GUILDHALL.

j- MEETINGS OF CREDITORS AT GUILDHALL.

• - TO-fttOBROWV H. H' J. Cwimp, Olford, Kent, miller _ lo J. Ri .ley, Wood-street, ostrich feather manufacturer .* 1 10 .f. Welchmau, Bradford, linen draper ?? I 11/ G. Siead, Aldermanbuiy, cheesemonger ?? ?? 8 10 W. Barnes, Blackhe-iib, bavin merchant ?? \ __ DIVIOB*fr>S. S. S
October 6, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
CONTAGION IN IRELAND.

CONTAGION IN IRELAND.

The following official Communication has been is- sued by the Irish Government, offering aid to those districts of Ireland which are at present afflicted with the Contagious Fever :— ■ 44 Several applications for assistance having been made te the Lord Lieutenant, from Districts
October 4, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
-J!_-JL_l . ■■ I _S-li?-J.FRENCII PI-NETRATION.

-J!_-JL_l . ■■ I _S-li?-J.FRENCII PI-NETRATION.

?? . ■■ I _S-li?-J FRENCII PI-NETRATION. (PURM THE LITKftARY »*.*»ZETTE HF THIS DAY.) A late article in the Quo tidienne (which by a won- derful chance is not from the pen of the universal Malte-Brun) bestows great praise on a new novel, entitled Emilia; and adds, " though the na
October 4, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
PRICK OF STOCKS, OcT.-nrsa S. I

PRICK OF STOCKS, OcT.-nrsa S. I

Navy 5 per Cent. 106iJ 107 India Stock 239 _ -.40 ~4 per Cent, shut India Bonds 85*1,2 88 SO pm Suer Cent. Red. shut Exc hen. Bills 2 k 23 * Bank Stock 3 20 22 3± 20 .i.er Ct. Con«. Sl.ii Consols for sic. olt|i| Bunk L. nnn. shot State Lottery Tickets l9M9s. "Tfiwit water at i.o
October 4, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
MARGATE, Sept. 30.

MARGATE, Sept. 30.

THE MASTER OF THE CEREMONIES' BALL Is ever the rendezvous of the Graces. The scenes of splendid festivity which were some years since introduced, by the late Duchesses of Devonshire and St. Alban's, illumined the sphere of fashion in our Eastern region. The wonderful chawges whi
October 2, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
Titr.JtnP*

Titr.JtnP*

DRURY-LAIiF.. The return of Mr. Kka* -a*. 4 " yesterday, as .isual, hailed with unaffected delight by the lovers of the drama, and the house an- crowded in every pnrt at an early hou»\ On euteiing, Mr. Keah was wel- comed with loud and long continued applause, and a hough of lau
October 7, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
BRIGHTON, Oct. 5.

BRIGHTON, Oct. 5.

At the Pavilion every thing remains In statu quo ;. it is, however, rumoured, that the Regent will shortly be there. It is understood that the Queen and Princesses will once more honour the town with their presence, soon after bis Royal Highness* return. The weather now appears
October 7, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
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5bglp|8cW

Deal, Oct. 5.— Arrived yesterday, awl sailed for (he River to-day, ihe C.is-tleroagh. Glennie, from Jamaica. Came down from the River and sailed, Ihe Dispatclt, ffobin*on, for Tobago. PoRTsyi»UTH, Oct. s.— Put back yesterday ihe Seipio. Pui back to-day the Eliza transport. liis
October 7, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England