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THE DRAMA.

THE DRAMA.

House. The opening of the King's Theatre is always an epoch in the theatrical campaign. It is the only establishment in England where the exhibitions and the talents of the artists are of the very first order; and there is less of that mixture of mediocrity about the representat
December 29, 1822 - Observer of the Times - London, London, England
 
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December 29, 1822 - Observer of the Times - London, London, England
 
LE SUPREME BON GENRE.

LE SUPREME BON GENRE.

MADAME DE STAEL....THS celebrated Lady, on visiting the metropolis of Great, Britain, had scarcely alighted from her post-chaise, when she asked the waiter to Show her " the tomb of Richardson." " Richardson ! Richardson !" thought the waiter; "it cannot be Richardson, the taver
December 29, 1822 - Observer of the Times - London, London, England
 
POLICE,

POLICE,

Bow-STREET. NIGHT BRAWL. - - Warn u — ei - iio — u;dl, a young man of respectable appearance, was brought from Coventgarden watch-house, charged with obstructing and assaulting the watch in the execution of their duty. The night constable called the affair "a Tom and Jerry job ;
December 29, 1822 - Observer of the Times - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE..

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE..

1.14 - Itst, Dec. 7.—ln the sitting of the Cortes of the 4th, septa t was made on a dispatch from the Minister for the Department, in which the Congress was informed that Le Queen, having refused to take the oath to the Constitu- of the Monarchy, the King had resolved on carryin
December 29, 1822 - Observer of the Times - London, London, England
 
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December 29, 1822 - Observer of the Times - London, London, England
 
JOURNAL OF COUNT LAS CASES.

JOURNAL OF COUNT LAS CASES.

The Journal of Count Las Cases has been a few days published, anti we regret the limits of a weekly Newspaper preclude us giving such extracts mightfrbe satisfactory to our readErs. We however detail a few of the most interesting of the, anecdotes told, as every thing tending to
December 29, 1822 - Observer of the Times - London, London, England
 
BOXING-FIGHT AT CARLISLE.

BOXING-FIGHT AT CARLISLE.

Monday, the 23d instant, as desperate a battle as ever took place in the prize ring, was fought near this city for 10gs, aside, and a purse of 15/. between 111•Kie (the vanquished but, brave opponent of the once celebrated Tom Reilly) and one Gribbon. a candidate for fame in the
December 29, 1822 - Observer of the Times - London, London, England
 
PAIENTs REFUSED.

PAIENTs REFUSED.

Mr. HUMP.An apparatus of great contracting powers. The same powers have long been very successfully used by Ministers to contract debts, but by the improvement of Mr. Hume, they were intended to contract expenditure. PUBLIC OPINION.--A. to improve the value, beauty, and durabili
December 29, 1822 - Observer of the Times - London, London, England
 
THE OBSERVER OF THE TirrEs.

THE OBSERVER OF THE TirrEs.

THE OBSERVER OF THE SUNDAY, DEC. 29. Though the papers on the opposite interests continue to circulate rumours of the most contradictory nature, one party asserting that the Duke de Monk morency had been dismissed from his situation m the Ministry, and that the King of France had
December 29, 1822 - Observer of the Times - London, London, England