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COMIC SONGS.—SONGS'PER'S FIZSTIVAL. an entirely new Collection of excellent Conde, Serious, Irish, Scotch, Sentimental, and Humorons Songs, by Hudson, beater,

COMIC SONGS.—SONGS'PER'S FIZSTIVAL. an entirely new Collection of excellent Conde, Serious, Irish, Scotch, Sentimental, and Humorons Songs, by Hudson, beater,

Freeman and others, selected and arranged byte Popular Conn dian, embellished with coloured Plates, neat In extra boards, price 2c—The Vocal Magazine British Melodies, Swell, Out and Outer, Regular Thine, Rotunda, Beuler's Original Songs, and twenty other Collections of popular
December 23, 1827 - High Life in London - London, London, England
 
MARY-LA.BONNE.

MARY-LA.BONNE.

CHARGE OF SHOOTlNG.—Nicholas Hennigan was brought up for examination on a charge of shooting at Mr. Taylor, a stationer in Newman-street.—Mrs. Taylor, the wife of the prosecutor, stated that the prisoner came into their shop on Monday while her husband was in conversation with a
December 23, 1827 - High Life in London - London, London, England
 
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February 3, 1828 - High Life in London - London, London, England
 
LUNATIC ASYLUMS.

LUNATIC ASYLUMS.

Mr. ft. GORDON rose, in pursuance of the instructions of the committee, to move for leave to bring in a bill to amend the law for the regulation,of lunatic asylums. Whoever had read the report of the committee, would see .it made out, and perfectly established in evidence, that
February 24, 1828 - High Life in London - London, London, England
 
' No. 11.]

' No. 11.]

THE KING. WINDSOR, Feb. 27.—1 t is with the greatest satispon we have at length to state his Majesty's re)earance in public—a fact which furnishes a decided utation of the unfounded rumours so repeatedly and idiously circulated of late of the King's indisposia. At half-past one
February 24, 1828 - High Life in London - London, London, England
 
DUBLIN THENTRICALS.

DUBLIN THENTRICALS.

We have received the following letter from our Theatrical Correspondent at Dublin : "Theatricals are doing very badly here. Mr. Bunn has spiritedly endeavoured to do away with the starriitg system, having engaged a good company, independent of London actors. I fear success will
January 20, 1828 - High Life in London - London, London, England
 
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January 27, 1828 - High Life in London - London, London, England
 
HIGH LIFE IN LONDON.

HIGH LIFE IN LONDON.

rupted Lady Donnelly; •` for if he wasn't awake, how could he answer you at all, at all ?" "Well, I want you, Dan," continues Mercury. " More's the pity, my chicken," replies Dan, "because I can't attend to you." "Troth, then, you will: it's only just to quash a wild divil, that
January 27, 1828 - High Life in London - London, London, England
 
POLICE INTLLLIGENC:E.

POLICE INTLLLIGENC:E.

January 27, 1828 - High Life in London - London, London, England
 
ENTERTAINMENT TO DON MIGUEL.

ENTERTAINMENT TO DON MIGUEL.

Their Royal Highnesses had a numerous evening party on Wednesday evening, after the dinner-party given in honour of Don Miguel. - The company began to ar - rive at their Royal Highnesses' residence in the Admiralty at half-past nine o'clock, and continued setting down till eleve
January 6, 1828 - High Life in London - London, London, England