FOREICN CORRESPONDENCE AND MUSICAL INTELLIGENCE. 45XCLU~sVE POB TIIH RRA.) M ?? I 1--The theatre of Canobiana has commenced the Spring season, La Scala having been closed on account of re- parations. The Canobians, without being as vast as La Scala, is yet considerably larger th
UTTERATURE. 11HE BLACKISMiTH's DAuGtiTErR, AN HISTORICAL NOVEL. (Newlby, Miortimer-street).-An Fist'rrical novel has been likened to a lativ's bustle, as being "' a fiction founded upon a fact." Now, some ofthese novels,lilie that myaterious portion of dress alluded to, are such
14p -ENERAL STEA-M NAVIGATI ON COI'SI - ?? and firmt-rate STEAM Slilt's ere anpojarced eaethe, CUSTOM-~HOUSE or TOWER OF LON.DOI4. for- te ?? carring her Majesty's Mails,) every Wednesday ret ?? arly TheJohnBull, Capt. JP.Corbin. ~ \eluc~. H.Wbicinghm. Tu Contess of Lonsdiale, R.
(ALPHARKTICALLy ARRANGED) WITH THEIR PEDIGREES 'AND PERFORMANCES. ALARM, b c by Venison, dim by Deec; r.hriatvies T rained by o ntomery Dilly, at Newmarkaet. In 184 at Bibury ClubI wol the Champagne Stak-es (last three quarters of ?? mile) cleverly, beating Winchester, Lady Wild
~ H E D E: R, B Y. T A SPLENDID RACING PRINT-THE START FOR THE g5SICHABLE DERBY of 1844. Size of the Engraving, 42 inches M Price, 3 3s., colored in close imitation of the Original Picture by Oj. F. Herring. sen. A perfect Racing Tableau, with Portraits by all the Horses that sta
I FOREI AFFAIR. FRANCE. We have received the Paris papers to Wednesday f clusive. The bill for arminithe fortilieations of Paris had been presented to the Chamber of Peers. Letters from Algiers ot the 10tL, brine satisfactory account s of the expedition under 1I'arshai tg'-eaud.
I FROM TUESDAYWS LONDON GAZETTE. Royl egien oOFFICE OF ORDNANCE. Royal Regiment of Artillery-First Lieut. David Wiliiam Paynter, to e Sco~ Cncan, ?? reire o ?? Lieut. He~nry Stocks Eliot to b~e ?? iu Seeond Lieut. Charles Waller, to be First Lieuteniant, vice Carlyon deceased. eh
1NEWCATE THEATRICALS. MESSRS. CALC1RAFT A-ND CO LESSEES OF Tru NEWvGATE THE 'tas Beg to inform their numerous Patrons'and the LOVERS OF REAL TRAGEDy that their celebrated " Out-door Performances lo under the produced ASJTHIORITY-OF HER_-XAJES5Tr'S-X XESTE continue to command the
,OYAL GARDENS, VAUXHALL. - Under the Patronage of her Majesty -Open every PIGINDAY, WED- I NESDA'I, and FllIDAY. Brilliant Success. Overflow of the Gardens. Extracrdinary AxttLiojans in Illuminations and Fireworks. Vocal Concert. Balnd 0f One Hlundred perlormers. A new ballet, G
| EDITED BY "VATES." I [LATEST EDITIONI. To COOtiTIOT AOHN~T5 5155 SuraSo~rnuas. THREE EDITIONS OF THE ERA. 5rnest edition is published ia time for the Motnin' Trains Thehat it emay be in the hands of our readers within 300 miles of the rotolis on tie same day: the second editio