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THEATRE-ROYAL.

THEATRE-ROYAL.

During the past week, We might say the past fortnight, our theatre has been exceedingly well attended, and the public have been delighted by the series of light and elegant entertainments presented. Since the engagement of Madame Vestris and Mr. Charles Matnews the staple dishes
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MADAME VESTRIS AND THE MAIL. TO THE_EDI TOR OF THE ALBION.

MADAME VESTRIS AND THE MAIL. TO THE_EDI TOR OF THE ALBION.

Srn,—ln last Monday's Albion a short communication appeared, signed A Conservative Reader of the Mail, animadverting upon certain remarks which the Mail had made relative to Madame Vestris. In writing that article, I entertained not the slightest expectation that the Mail would
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EAST INDIES.

EAST INDIES.

_ . Two overland mails, from India, were received in London on Thursday, with accounts from Calcutta to the 9 4th April, from Madras to the 27th April, and Bombay to the 10th May. Sir Willoughby ,cotton, with the Bengal division of the army, accom - Taniedby Sir Alexander Burnes
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LANDING- WAITERS.

LANDING- WAITERS.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE ALBION. Snt,—l trust you will be able to find room in your paper for a few observations respecting a letter, in the Liverpool Chronicle, of last Saturday, signed W. T., addressed to the merchants of Liverpool, and purporting to be the first of a series of su
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LIVERPOOL SHARE MARKET, Saturday.

LIVERPOOL SHARE MARKET, Saturday.

There has again been an extensive business done in the London and Birmingham Railway: sales were made, early in the week, at 155 and 1541, but, subsequently, purchasers have ap peared at 1561, 161, up to 163, and in new Shares at 151, 151, 16, 161, and 17. The Grand Junction has
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Christian, Gardner, sailed from Nantz for this port the 17t it instant.

Christian, Gardner, sailed from Nantz for this port the 17t it instant.

Amity, Gloyer, sailed from Bahia for the Channel the 30th April; Guiana, Holt, for London, Ist May; and Sarah, Newby, for Pernambuco, 7th May, , - - --- TUESDAY, JUNE 21—Wind W.N.W. Light. • . . Arrived :—St. Lawrence, Chase, and Pickering Dodge, Halbrooke, New Orleans, cotton.
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VISITORS to LIVERPOOL, and its Inhabitants, will do well to make an early call at the MERCHANTS' rEA COM•PANY'S '

VISITORS to LIVERPOOL, and its Inhabitants, will do well to make an early call at the MERCHANTS' rEA COM•PANY'S '

WAREHOUSy 87, LATE 44, GREAT GEOR -STREET, where they will find a sterling black le. Congou Tea, at 4s. Rd., and superior Young Hyson, at 65., filewhich this Establishment is so justly celebrated. Also, a few lots of beautiful Pekoe Souchong, at 4s. 10d., in boxes containing 14
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Regular Traders, k For MONTREAL., In lieu of the TAM O'SFIANTIMI, The fine Ship CUMBERLAN D, DAVID Commander; *X 1,

Regular Traders, k For MONTREAL., In lieu of the TAM O'SFIANTIMI, The fine Ship CUMBERLAN D, DAVID Commander; *X 1,

402 tons: is now loading in the Kind Dock, and will be despatched immediately. " To be succeeded by The Ship CCEUR DE LION. WILLIAM ROBINSON, Commander: now loading in Prince's Dock. The above vessels are dritish-built, coppered and copper. fastened. Their respective Commanders
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ALLIANCE 'ASSURANCE COMPANY • )F LQNDON. Five 'MILLIONS. PERSONS Ai sur ed with this Company are .respectfully informed, that Policies,

ALLIANCE 'ASSURANCE COMPANY • )F LQNDON. Five 'MILLIONS. PERSONS Ai sur ed with this Company are .respectfully informed, that Policies,

due 24th of June should be renewed with Fifteen Days of that date. The renewal Receipts are the hands of the Agents. The Directors of the -ALLIANCE ASSURANCE COMPANY beg to intimate, that Fire Assurance Policies may be at this time transferred to ,the Company w ithout expense of
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GLOBE INSURANCE,. PALL-MALL AND CORNHILL, LONDON. Established 1803. EDWA GOLDSSII D., Esq., Chairman. HENRY llowtEs, Esq., Deauty 7 Chairmati. FIRE

GLOBE INSURANCE,. PALL-MALL AND CORNHILL, LONDON. Established 1803. EDWA GOLDSSII D., Esq., Chairman. HENRY llowtEs, Esq., Deauty 7 Chairmati. FIRE

& LIFE INSURANCE &,;ANNUITIES. CAPITAL, MILLION' STERLING, the whole paid up and invested, and entirely independent of the of premiums received thereby affording to the Assured immediate available Fund for the payment of the most extensive losses, and without liability of partne
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