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M. Octave; le Gouverneur dv Comte Ory, M. Zelger; la Comtesse dc For moutiers, Mdlle. Charton. After "the Opera, Madame

M. Octave; le Gouverneur dv Comte Ory, M. Zelger; la Comtesse dc For moutiers, Mdlle. Charton. After "the Opera, Madame

Cinti Damore&u will sing " Seine de la D€butante," accompanied by M. Benedict; and "La Bacchante." To conclude with (for this night only) the popular Comfdie Vaudeville LES EXTREMES Sh TOUCHENT. Le Chevalier Julien, M. Lafont; le Coi«te se Rosine, Madame Doche. Boxes, 65. : Pit,
June 20, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
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PRICE Sclf^ LONDON. SATURDAY. JUNE 16. 1849. 23,565
June 16, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
FA SHI ON ABLE EN TER TAIN ME NTS.

FA SHI ON ABLE EN TER TAIN ME NTS.

Royal Visit to Norfolk House. Her Majesty and the Prince Consort, following up their intention, some time since in contemplation, of honouring tbe more [distinguished members of the aristocracy with a scries of visits, partaking partially of a state nature and par- tially of wha
June 20, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
from the LONDON GAZETTE of June 19.

from the LONDON GAZETTE of June 19.

. - ♦ DOVNING-STREET, Jink 16. | ' The Queen has been pleased to appoint Charles Enderby, Esq., ' to be Lieutenant-Governor ofthe Auckland Islands. Maiestv ha' also been I )lfased t0 "I'Pomt William Hope ' "to be' Auditor-General of Account?, and Charles Boyle, Esq.! j k' Clerk
June 20, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
EXPRESS FROM PARIS. I

EXPRESS FROM PARIS. I

?? (FEOM OUE CORRESPONBBNT.) PARIS, Thursday, Ten am. The storm which has been so long lowering over the capital, and which burst forth yesterday with such terrific symptoms, has rolled away, leaving glight traces of its fury ; the sun has risen this morn- ing bright and brillia
June 16, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 

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Siege Operations at Chatham.— The llth com- pany of Royal Sappers and Miners, 100 strong, under the command of Captain

Siege Operations at Chatham.— The llth com- pany of Royal Sappers and Miners, 100 strong, under the command of Captain

Jervois, Royal Engineers, left Wool- wich on Thursday afternoon last for the purpose of pro- ceeding to Chatham to go through a cours* of instruction previous to the grend field day about to take place at that military station. The 30th of the present month was the day originall
June 16, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
IRELAND.

IRELAND.

— • — (FROM OTJ* COiRHSPONDEXT.) DUBLIN, Jane 15. The Dublin Commission of Oyer was opened yesterday, at Green-street, by Judges Crampton and Torrens. Mr. Justice Torrens, in his address to the grand juries both of county and city, said that upon a perusal of the calendar which
June 16, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
The Command in North America.— lt is re- j ported that Lieutensnt-General Sir John Hawley, the I Lieutenant-Governor of Nova

The Command in North America.— lt is re- j ported that Lieutensnt-General Sir John Hawley, the I Lieutenant-Governor of Nova

Scotia, is to succeed the late J Sir Benjamin DUrban as commander of the forces in British - North America. No successor has yet been named to the I colonelcy of the 51st Foot. — Globe. The Bentinck Monument in Nottingham- shire.— Upward, of twenty workmen are actively* engaged
June 16, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
FASHIONABLE ENTERTAINMENTS.

FASHIONABLE ENTERTAINMENTS.

Royal Academt of Music. The annual fancy costume ball in aid of the funds of this society took place last night at the Hinover-square Rooms, the Ear: of Wilton directing the entertainment in the ab- sence of Lord Westmoreland. His lordship's influence had the effect of assemblin
June 16, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
EASTERN COUNTIES.-EXTRAORDINARY PRO-.CEEDINGS.

EASTERN COUNTIES.-EXTRAORDINARY PRO-.CEEDINGS.

EASTERN COUNTIES.-EXTRAORDINARY PRO- CEEDINGS. 1A- i : ?? meeting of this company was held yester- day atthe Loudon Tavern, in order to determine on a list of gentlemen to be recommended to be elected as directors, when one of those bear-garden *-cenes which have of late SO disti
June 16, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England