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EKVSCONCERT

EKVSCONCERT

EKVS CONCERT J QL, ROOMS. The second uf M, N_u, Soiree* Musicales was riven !a-t evening at the Hanover-square Rooms. The audience was pretty numerous, and ,lispos e d alter the arrangement adopted by Blagrove at his Quartett Concerts, the in- formers and vocahsis playing and sin
May 24, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
EXPRESS FROM PARIS.

EXPRESS FROM PARIS.

MORNING POST OFFICE, Friday Morning, Six o'Ciock. Our express from the French capital has brought us the papers of Wednesday, and letters from our I correspondents in Paris, Madrid, Bayonne, and j Durango, the head-quarters of Don Carlos. Tlie French news, although unimportant,
May 24, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
?? SYDNEY dirertTTciSi^^T 55 X. SAIL ?? en the I*. J I V "' arle,e d SiUD, to •— i.

?? SYDNEY dirertTTciSi^^T 55 X. SAIL ?? en the I*. J I V "' arle,e d SiUD, to •— i.

the renar,ab!v fine and &m Sr** h 5* , «« U her ««o en- A 1,-* tons, PHOM^l^L^GSlfm&irl-^ CH aisriNA, '■'■ tt.e Jetty. London Docks, she came Ln •' Cu;nm "^ler, lymg Las ?? !y three very s , P er.or e!binlT ««Pcnenced Surgeon, and - ?? ort *£ArZ>?A?n£ « ' -.s on ,\r / ' J d h '"
May 18, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
'The HEREDITARY GR.4SD DUKE of RUSSIA. A courier arrived at Mivart's Hotel, yesterday, from St Petersburgh, with despatches for his

'The HEREDITARY GR.4SD DUKE of RUSSIA. A courier arrived at Mivart's Hotel, yesterday, from St Petersburgh, with despatches for his

Imperial Highness. Tlie reading and writing of answers to the above occupied tie Grand Duke until four o'clock. At half-past four his Impe- rial Highne-sand the Pri,; C e William Henry of the Nether- lands, attended by Lord lorrington (Lord in Waiting on her Majesty), Count Tols
May 18, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
HER MAJESTY'S THEATRE. I. ♦

HER MAJESTY'S THEATRE. I. ♦

HER MAJESTY'S THEATRE. I ♦ Rossini's opera of Olello was given last night, for the second. time this season, and Mademoiselle Garcia continued her debuts in it, to use the French phrase. This second per- formance of poor Malibkan's sister has but confirmed the opinion which we ve
May 18, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
We understand that Mr. Grote excused him- self from accepting Lord John Russell', invitation to dinner on the Queen's birthday

We understand that Mr. Grote excused him- self from accepting Lord John Russell', invitation to dinner on the Queen's birthday

upon the express ground that hit presence on that occasion at the Noble Lord's table night ex- pose him to the misconstruction of being a supporter of the Administration. Mr. Kinnaird, M.P., had an interview with Viscount Melbourne, on Saturday, in Downing-street. Ur. key and Mr
May 27, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
STATE BASQUET AT HOLDERNESSE HOUSE.TO THE GRAND DUKE OF RUSSIA..!

STATE BASQUET AT HOLDERNESSE HOUSE.TO THE GRAND DUKE OF RUSSIA..!

STATE BASQUET AT HOLDERNESSE HOUSE TO THE GRAND DUKE OF RUSSIA. ! Yesterday evening a state banquet was given tc his Impe- rial Highness the Hereditary Grand Dukeof Ru-sia by Pis Marquis and .Marchioness of Londonderry, at tlieir splendid mansion in Park-lane. On this occasion tl
May 27, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
The hill in Chancery lately filed by Dr. Lard- ner and another, against the proprietors of the Railtcal Times, for

The hill in Chancery lately filed by Dr. Lard- ner and another, against the proprietors of the Railtcal Times, for

copying a small portion of an article in the Montklu Chronicle, has been dismissed with costs. Run on the S avings'-Baxks. — lt appears that, for some weeks, there ha. b. en a partial run upon the savings' banks, and we are informed that in Truro alone not much less than ?? /. h
May 7, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
QUEEN'S THEATRE.

QUEEN'S THEATRE.

The old Olympic favourite, The Beulah Spa, which has been so long going the rounds of all the theatres, and at each "remove" provoking invidious comparison* with the origi- nal classic locality, was last evening brought out at the ?? Theptre, for the purpose of introducing a deb
May 10, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
HER MAJ E* TVS THE AI 'RE

HER MAJ E* TVS THE AI 'RE

HER MAJ E* TVS THE A I 'RE Mademoiselle Pauline (L.rcia, last night, made her first appearance on the stage. The ci.eum-.unce of her being the sister of our lamented favourite Malibran, whose family talents she was said to inherit, and the great fame she had at one acquired in th
May 10, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England