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the first time. At the dinner table her Royal Highness the Duchess of Cambridge sat on the left of the noble marquis, and the Duke of Cambridge on the left of the marchioness. Two saloons were thrown open in the latter part of the evening to a distinguished circle. The front roo
March 16, 1839 - Court Gazette and Fashionable Guide - London, London, England
 
THE DRAMA.

THE DRAMA.

Hun MAJESTY'S THEATRE.—This house opened for the season on Saturday evening, with an operatic company but ill suited to these classic boards. We are well aware that the present is merely what may be termed, "a make-shift company," but it is so poor a "makeshift," that we think t
March 16, 1839 - Court Gazette and Fashionable Guide - London, London, England
 
GENERAL EPITOME.

GENERAL EPITOME.

The accounts from the East have at length announced the commencement of actual hostilities between the Sultan and his Viceroy. The Ottoman troops seized on some Syrian villages, and Ibrahim Pada, indignant at this invasion of territory, had determined to wait no longer for order
June 29, 1839 - Court Gazette and Fashionable Guide - London, London, England
 
FASHIONABLE ARRANGEMENTS FOR THE WEEK.

FASHIONABLE ARRANGEMENTS FOR THE WEEK.

TO-DAY. Her Majesty the Queen Dowager's dinner party at Marlborough House. The Duke and Duchess of Buckingham will Five a sumptuous dinner to a distinguished circle to-day, at Buckingham House. The Duke and Duchess of Somerset give a grand entertainment to-day to his Highne the
June 29, 1839 - Court Gazette and Fashionable Guide - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON GAZETTE.

THE LONDON GAZETTE.

TUESDAY, JUNE 26. BANKRUPTS.—H. NELSON, Watling-street, warehouseman. — S. SALOMONSON, Threadneedle-street, merchant.—W. COLE, Crane-court, Fleet-street, printer and publisher.—S. J. BOILEAU, late of Greville-street, Brunswick. square, dairyman.—W. JONES, Newport, Monmouthshire,
June 29, 1839 - Court Gazette and Fashionable Guide - London, London, England
 
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At EMOVAL. MR. HAYES, DENTIST and CUPPER, respectfully announces his REMOVAL from May'sbuildings, St. Martin's-lane, to No. 12, SOHO-SQUARE, corner of Charles-street, where he may be consulted on all cases pertaining to Dental Surgery or Mechanism. Mr. Hayes applies new Incorrod
June 29, 1839 - Court Gazette and Fashionable Guide - London, London, England
 
TO CORRESPONDENTS.

TO CORRESPONDENTS.

We are perfectly willing to reprint the number. We were grossly deceived, and were it not that the subject forms the ground of a law-suit, we should expose the parties, for it was little better than a fraud, and will be made so to appear. Official Return of Stamps issued to Satu
May 11, 1839 - Court Gazette and Fashionable Guide - London, London, England
 
ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES.

ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES.

The Marquis and Marchioness of Tweeddale, and Lady Charlotte flay, have left 'kW:rave-square to pass a few days with the Marquis and Marchioness of Douro at Strathfleldsaye. . . . Sir John Newport has left town for his residence near Waterro rd. The Hon. Mr. and Lady Anne Macken
May 11, 1839 - Court Gazette and Fashionable Guide - London, London, England
 
HODGSON'S EAST INDIA PALE ALE.— E. ABBOTT and CO., Wapping, are EXCLUSIVELY by Messrs. Hodgson and Abbot, of Bow Brewery,

HODGSON'S EAST INDIA PALE ALE.— E. ABBOTT and CO., Wapping, are EXCLUSIVELY by Messrs. Hodgson and Abbot, of Bow Brewery,

with this Tong celebrated Beer, for home consumption; Orders for which, in 18-gallon casks or bottles, immediately attended to. Export orders executed. " City Office, 98, Gracechurch-street. APER'S PATENT WATERPROOF, Patronised dy the Queen, the Nobility, and several public esta
May 11, 1839 - Court Gazette and Fashionable Guide - London, London, England
 
WRIGHT'S HOTEL and COFFEE HOUSE, op. posite Catharine-street, Strand.—TURTLE and VEMISON.—A. Haunch of the finest Buck Venison will be Dressed

WRIGHT'S HOTEL and COFFEE HOUSE, op. posite Catharine-street, Strand.—TURTLE and VEMISON.—A. Haunch of the finest Buck Venison will be Dressed

for the Coffee Room on Til next, and on Table precisely at Six o'clock. Turtle, in the highest perfection, always ready, and forwarded by order to all parts of the kingdom. The Coffee Room will be supplied with Venison every Thursday throughout the season.
May 11, 1839 - Court Gazette and Fashionable Guide - London, London, England