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FRENCH PAPERS.

FRENCH PAPERS.

(From the Moniteur of Wednesday.) CHAMBER OF PEERS, April 25. The Keeper of the Seals communicated the letters patent of 11 new Peers, viz : Dukes.—The Duke de Blacas ; the Duke de Brancas. Marquises.—The Marquis de Rouge, and the Count do Lally Tollendal. Counts.—Count de Trace
May 1, 1825 - Common Sense - London, London, England
 
SADLER'S WELLS. ° s t successfnl Novelty.—New Saloon, Genuine Wines ' - &c. It4 I I AN AND THE MARQUIS

SADLER'S WELLS. ° s t successfnl Novelty.—New Saloon, Genuine Wines ' - &c. It4 I I AN AND THE MARQUIS

having been received with, shouts of and enthusiastic applauae, will he repeated, with, for the last 1 4 t ghts, THE VIZIER'S DAUGHTER, which must make room for i ''''iNal of Mr. T. Dibdin's favourite Pantomime, on Monday the called HARLEQUIN HOAX; or, A Pantomime Rehearsed; Ii
May 1, 1825 - Common Sense - London, London, England
 
LLOST —ABOUT TWO MONTHS SINCE, FROM No. 9, Frederick-place, Vauxhall, a Fawri4oloured, Or what might be called a red and

LLOST —ABOUT TWO MONTHS SINCE, FROM No. 9, Frederick-place, Vauxhall, a Fawri4oloured, Or what might be called a red and

white mixed breed, of an Italian Greyhound, with small head, small legs, and long ears; answers to the name of" Chlos."— Whoever will bring the said dog to Mr. Richards, the sigh of the King's Head, Upper K:.nningtOn-lane, Vauxhall; or to Mr. Shaw, opposite to Carlisle ChaNl, Lo
May 1, 1825 - Common Sense - London, London, England
 
APOLLONICON (under the immediate Patronage of h. . Nlajesty) a grand Musical Instrument, invented and constructed kth t magn ,

APOLLONICON (under the immediate Patronage of h. . Nlajesty) a grand Musical Instrument, invented and constructed kth t magn ,

Ld Robson, Organ builders, is now OPEN to EXHIBITION. , flt . i ns t r ument has been honoured with the sanction of the emine h te lan „lt Mechanical and Musical Men of the age ; and in the per'ilsh,:e.ol some of the celebrated Works of Haydn, Beethoven ' Mo7.art &C. is allowed
June 5, 1825 - Common Sense - London, London, England
 
1S LIN GTON. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, by Mr. Greated, at the Auction Mart, Bartholomew Lane; on triday, 10th

1S LIN GTON. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, by Mr. Greated, at the Auction Mart, Bartholomew Lane; on triday, 10th

June, 1821, at twelve o'clock. a desirable Leasehold HOUSE, pleasantly situate No. 9, the corner of Chapel Street, near Islington Church, in the occupation of Mrs. Clark, an old respectable Tenant. Maybe viewed till the Sale, particulars may be had on the premises; of Mr. Haywar
June 5, 1825 - Common Sense - London, London, England
 
TO THE NOBILITY, GENTRY, AND OTHERS To be disposed of. a work called The: PHUSITHAUMATON, ot Beauties of Nature. This

TO THE NOBILITY, GENTRY, AND OTHERS To be disposed of. a work called The: PHUSITHAUMATON, ot Beauties of Nature. This

elegant combination of 'faste and Science comprises the most beautiful Specimens of the Mineral and Vegetable Kingdoms, selected and arranged in distinct Group, with matchless ingenuity and consummate taste. , N mare assisted by Art here displays her richest treasure's, which ar
June 5, 1825 - Common Sense - London, London, England
 
A •••••••• / : Vlt 1 )11111.Chl a .either Faction shall take per ire to each his due desert!", 45e;;

A •••••••• / : Vlt 1 )11111.Chl a .either Faction shall take per ire to each his due desert!", 45e;;

SUNDAY, JANUARY 30, i Y 17' sd 11.---No. 26.] t!..,t, . 0,- . 14 . . . . 66S t° ' ADELPHI THEATRE, STRAND. pROTECTOR FIRE INSURANCE CO' . oos. t° f‘ LAST WEEK OF THE NEW PANTOMIME. ' *CHAIRMAN—JAMES BROGDEN, Esq. M.P. • DEPUTY CHAIRMAN—RICHARDSON BORDADAD 464 t° '-'2IORROW Eveni
January 30, 1825 - Common Sense - London, London, England
 
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January 30, 1825 - Common Sense - London, London, England
 
COURT OF KING'S BENCH:-TUESDAY. ELLISTON V. DOWTON.

COURT OF KING'S BENCH:-TUESDAY. ELLISTON V. DOWTON.

The Attorney-General, on behalf of Mr. Elliston, moved fora rule calling on Mr. Dow;ton, the defendant in this action, to shew cause -why he should not allow the pi.aintiff to inspect a ,letter written by Mr. Dunn, the agent of the plaintiff, to the defendant; and why, if it beC
January 30, 1825 - Common Sense - London, London, England