(From the London and Paris Ladies' Magazine of Fashion.) The fashionable colors of the season for dresses, as well as bonnets and capotes, are pale sky blue, different shades of green, lapis grey, pale pink, paeite raisin and maure; the materials are various, but silks are very
I -- - OUR -CARPET BAG.- I , ?? OPrICorA CmeNGE.-Sir Henry Hardinge goes to India as Goi0eriaor.General, and Sir James GOaham, who expected the appoiatment, goes, for the present, to the Wall.-PuaecA . ETXNG ON 4. DUEL.-A duel, took place. the other day between twoEdit6rs, in Vic
T ER MAJET~TEATE JLSignar LABLACIIE has the h~onor to inform his Frienids, Sub- scribers to lbe opera, and. the Public,. tht his BENEFIT will taoke lac o~hradY ?? Mayl3rd,vwhen will be performed, CimaOn~ uenc opera y n l to tIevnATRIONIOSEGREro. Chaactern bl ?? Bridsi Mdof e. V a
TI E-i E IR A. [LATEST EDITION.] SUNDAY, MAY 19, 1844. in Nothing more important has for a long time occurred ipublic affairs than the decision of the House of Com- fMons, on Monday night last, against the clause which Lord ASHLEY moved as an addition to the Factory Bill of the G
CITY, FRIDAY EvENING. The new currency scheme, like all matters of mysterious character or duplex operation, has given ample room for dis- cussion among the great interests likely to be affected by the measure; and it has been canvassed in various directions in a manner that by
I FOREIMN CORRESPONDENCE AND MUSICAL INTELLIGENCE. (EXCLUSIVE FOR TER BEA.) VIENNA.-We are enjoying a rich harvest of music-every day a concert ! The Italian Theatre has begun the course of its representations, which are the delight of the fashionable world. Mdlle. Elssler is ju
TEE TrltSINATI;D MAGAZIN5.-Th inont'ne number came ?? to be' notice with its contemporaries; but we must not on that account pass it over; for, Xthough the leaven of th editor's hatred of laiwyers, and of the upper classes, per. vades his publicatiion, the papgers are ef a .uped
MWILBRNE STEEPLE-CHASE. Onr Wednesday last, as announced in our previous number, a steeplechasc came off over the Milborne country, which embraced some very, stiff and trying leaps. The line com- aenced at " the Tank," and proceeded over a good wide brook to a turning flag in Mr,
. I FIGHTS TO COME. May 27-M'Grath and Jordan, 100 sovs a-side, by adjournment, within 80 and above 50 miles of Manchester. S7_-Eloch Herridge and Forty Fox, 40 sovs a-side same ring as Jordan and M'Grath. 27-Harris Birchall and Charley Jones, 30 sovs ?? and Manchester Circuit.
I AMATCHES TOR THE SEASON, 1844. Monday, May 271h at Lord's-Two select Elevens of the M.C.C. Thursday, May 830rd, at Oxford-The MO.C. agst the University of Oxford. Monday, June Srd, at Lord's-The M.C.C. agst the University. of Cambridge.return match. Monday, June 10th, at Lord'