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THE MORNING POST. theatre royal, haymarket. I HIS EVENING .ill be produced a new Comedy entitled "< THE SERIOUS FAMILY.

THE MORNING POST. theatre royal, haymarket. I HIS EVENING .ill be produced a new Comedy entitled "< THE SERIOUS FAMILY.

Principal characters by Messrs. V eb_er, J. Wa.lack, Buckstone, Mrs. . ?? Clifford, Miss Reynolds, : Mrs. 1.. S. Buckingham, and Mrs. Fitzwilliam. After which THE GUARDIAN ANGEL. Character, bv Messrs. Keeley, Hone, Tilbury, H. Vanuenhoff, Mrs. L. S. Buckingham, Miss Emma j Hardi
October 30, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
HJE PENINSULAR MAIL. !

HJE PENINSULAR MAIL. !

I ; fKSOM OVR CORRESPOXDENT.) , SOUTHAMPTON, October 30. j l ?? e ' eninsular and Oriental Company's steam ship 3s 'an, Captain John Soy, arrived here this ' , ' ,IL - , • at two o'clock, and landed mails from the l • iknvj. „ i ' 8 s is places and dates, in charge of Lieutenant
October 30, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE CONTINENT.

THE CONTINENT.

I*ROM THE PAPERS RECEIVED LABT NIGHT ) I A steamer which has arrived at Constantinople [from the Levant reports having seen the British squadron of the Mediterranean in the waters of Athens. We learn from Hungary that the demolished works of Ofen are now being restored ; the cos
October 30, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE UNITED STATES.

THE UNITED STATES.

In addition to our digest of the intelligence brought by the steamship Canada, which appeared in the Morning Post of yesterday, we now present our readers with the following extracts from the files of the Ame- rican papers, received by that vessel : — GREAT FIRE AT NEW ORLEANS.
October 30, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
The Bishop of Llandaff.— -We are enabled to state positively that Dr. Ollivant will be the new Bishop of Llandaff.

The Bishop of Llandaff.— -We are enabled to state positively that Dr. Ollivant will be the new Bishop of Llandaff.

Dr. Ollivant is Regius Professor of Divinity at Cambridge. He is also a Prebendary of Brecon, Canon of St. David's, and Rector of Somersbam, a living annexed to the Regius Professorship.— Globe. [The new bishop is ac- quainted with the Welsh language.] Sib John Franklin.— The Lo
October 30, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
HER MAJESTY, $<•. (from thb court newsman.) Windsor, Monday. The Royal Family took their usual walking and pony ex- ercise

HER MAJESTY, $<•. (from thb court newsman.) Windsor, Monday. The Royal Family took their usual walking and pony ex- ercise

this morning. His Royal Highness Prince Albert went out shooting this morning, attended by Lord Waterpark, Colonel the Ho- nourable A. N. Hood, Colonel F. H. Seymour, and General Bowles. There will be no addition to the royal dinner party this evening. Sir James Clark is expecte
October 30, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE ROYAL VISIT TO THE CITY. Yesterday a Special Court was held, as the summons stated, to receive a report

THE ROYAL VISIT TO THE CITY. Yesterday a Special Court was held, as the summons stated, to receive a report

on a communication received by the Lord Mayor from Lord John Russell, on the 27th inst., md on the course to be adopted for opening the new Coal Exchange, in the event of her Majesty's absence ; and lurther to impower the committee, in conjunction with the Recorder and the prope
October 30, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
LYCEUM THEATRE. Discharge Your Tiger. Sir George Lawless has resolved that his nephew Latimer shall marry Emily Seaton.but the young

LYCEUM THEATRE. Discharge Your Tiger. Sir George Lawless has resolved that his nephew Latimer shall marry Emily Seaton.but the young

gentleman, having encountered a young lady in the Parks, becomes struck with her beauty, and is thereupon determined not to carry out the wishes of his uncle. Latimer has a tiger, yclept Bob, a compact parcel of mendacity, whom he desires to mystify Sir George Lawless by represe
October 30, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
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HER MAJESTY, ?? i (from tub court circular.) Windsor, Wedxkspat. The Queen and Prince Albert walked this morning on ■ the Slopes. The Royal Family took their usual airing«. The Queen, with his Royal Highness the Prince of Walts, and attended by tbe Countess of Mount Eugecunibe ;
October 25, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
UA 1 MA RK/tT THEA TRE..King Lear.

UA 1 MA RK/tT THEA TRE..King Lear.

UA 1 MA RK/tT THEA TRE. King Lear. The great m.-.sterpiece of Shakspere was performed last n;ght "tha completeness which should set ;.t rrst tt" c | stereotyped grumblings and complaints of those whose try | is still that we have not actors c.pable of duly illustrating | the high
October 25, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England