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THEATRES. --•,.-..

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DRURR•LANF:.' On Monday was represented a piece entitled ".Don Juan's Early Days, adapted,by.Mr. MILNER, from some of the most celebrated scenes of Lord "Don Juan." It was a bold adventure, even after the success of " The Merchant's Wedding" at the other house ; but the earlier
February 24, 1828 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
BIRTH. In London street, Fitzroy-square, the 19th instant, the lady of S. A. Eyre, Esq., surgeon, of a son. MARRIED.

BIRTH. In London street, Fitzroy-square, the 19th instant, the lady of S. A. Eyre, Esq., surgeon, of a son. MARRIED.

On Thursday, at Christ Church, Surrey, Henry James South, Esq , surgeon, St. Thomas's-street, to Martha, fourth daughter of the late James Green, Esq., of the Falcon Glass Works. On the 20th instant, at St. Pancras New Church, Ed ward, eldest son of Edward Dunn, Esq. ' of Isling
September 24, 1827 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
THE DREADFUL ACCIDENT AT THE NEW 111?UNSIVICIC THEATRE. _ . [Continued from - our last number.] The death of one

THE DREADFUL ACCIDENT AT THE NEW 111?UNSIVICIC THEATRE. _ . [Continued from - our last number.] The death of one

of the most promising of the performers, Mary Ann Fearon, must have been Instantaneous. One of the labourers, on gong to the relief of the sufferers, saw a bonnet lying en the gmund, and on taking it up, what was his horror at finding a part of a girl's head in it! and it was so
March 9, 1828 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
CATHOLIC PETITION.

CATHOLIC PETITION.

Sir FRANCIS BURDETT rose and presented the general petition of the Roman Catholics. The hon. baronet said he would bring the prayer of the petition before the house on the 29th of April. Ordered to lie on the table, and be printed. TREATY OF LIMERICK. Sir H. PARNELL moved for a
March 9, 1828 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
COAL EXCHANO

COAL EXCHANO

NEWCASTLE. S. d. Ndair's Main 13 6 Beaumunt Burd.n Cospen East Perry 29 6 Forest Hartley Heaton 5 6 Hebburn Main Helywell KillinKworth 35 0 'Aidell's Newburn — 0 Oral( Redheugh 3O 6 Felaw Shipcoto Tanfield Townley 22 6 Wall's End 35 G Wall's End, Bell's . 34 0 W.E.,Bellß:bson&Co
March 9, 1828 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
eiBRIDGE.—Coro-Inspector's Return. march IL' Wheat, pr Id.. ...e.13 0 a 17 104 3arleyp. qr.29sod to 33,0 d I Beans 378

eiBRIDGE.—Coro-Inspector's Return. march IL' Wheat, pr Id.. ...e.13 0 a 17 104 3arleyp. qr.29sod to 33,0 d I Beans 378

2440 d tons Od I Peas 40s 04161:41,11 Rye —s. to —s.
March 9, 1828 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
WINE, per pipe in Bond. y; 1. PORTS.--Superior Old l3B k 46 Good Duty ds. 10d. per gallop. .` MADEIRA!'

WINE, per pipe in Bond. y; 1. PORTS.--Superior Old l3B k 46 Good Duty ds. 10d. per gallop. .` MADEIRA!'

per HO Gals. Direct West India •.., 44 1411: East India Duty de. 10d. per gallon. Liabon . St erry Tenerille l2O Of 1 V& -, - Duty 4s. 10d. per gallon.
March 9, 1828 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
Thin First. or Early Edition, of THE NEWS, is pnblished so as to be delivered, POST FREE, on the Sunday,

Thin First. or Early Edition, of THE NEWS, is pnblished so as to be delivered, POST FREE, on the Sunday,

to any part of the United Kingdom, within 260 Miles of the lletropolis —Orders received at the Office in Brydges-stnet, by all Booksellers, Newsmen, Postmasters, erc. N. B. THIS IS THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN ENGLAND WHICH ADMITS NO ADVERTISEMENTS. CRITICAL STATE OP EUROPE. else; and
March 30, 1828 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
THE KING'S LEVEE.—His Majesty held a Levee on Thursday afternoon, at St. James's Palace, which, owing to the favourable state

THE KING'S LEVEE.—His Majesty held a Levee on Thursday afternoon, at St. James's Palace, which, owing to the favourable state

of the weather, and the rareness of the occurrence, was very numerously attended. At half-past one the Horse Guards drew up before the. eastern avenue of the Palace, with their hand playing martial airs; and a long string of carriages commenced setting down company. The Foot Gua
March 30, 1828 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
OF MURDERERS.

OF MURDERERS.

The Marquis of LANSDOWNE moved that part of the clause empowering the judge to order the dissection of the body of a murderer to he left out, leaving to the judge only the discretion of having the criminal hung in chains. The noble marquis stated, that, from his communication wi
March 30, 1828 - The News (London) - London, London, England