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KING's THEATRF. TaIVIORROW EVENING, April 14, be represented, an entire ne* Grand Serious Opera, With Chorusses, aid incidental Ballets, composed

KING's THEATRF. TaIVIORROW EVENING, April 14, be represented, an entire ne* Grand Serious Opera, With Chorusses, aid incidental Ballets, composed

by Mr. D'EcviLLE, and performed by the principal Dancers, intitled IL TRIOMF° DELL' AMOR FRATERNO, , *written by DA PoN-re, the Music composed here (entireily new) for this Theatre, by Mr. With new Scenery, Machinery, Dresses, and Decorations. Principal Characters by Signora ROV
April 13, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
THEATRE-ROYAL, DRURY-LANE.

THEATRE-ROYAL, DRURY-LANE.

THIS PRESENT EV,ENING, April 13, 1804, will be presented (6th time) a new Comedy, in Five etas, ca , ied THE SAILOR'S DAUGHTER. The Charaders by WROUGHTON, Mr. DWYER, Mr. POPE, Mr. RI'SELL, Mr. CAULFIELD, Mr. BANNISTER, jun. • Mr. BARTLEY, Mr. DOWTON. Mrs. JORDAN, Mrs. H. JOHNST
April 13, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY.

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY.

This Day is published, price 35. 6d. • A, N AUTHENTIC ACCOUNT ache while of ft the CORRESPONDENCE, CONVERSATIONS, aid ELOPEMENT of Mrs. LEE with Mr. LOUDOUN HARCOURT GORDON; with every relative circumstance, prefaced by a circumstantial Introdudion. In this Account are contained
April 13, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
IRISH COIN.

IRISH COIN.

CORAY said, he was in expeEtation of .Dispatches from Ireland upon the subjetft of which '..11,e had given notice for. to-day, relative to the Coin of Ireland; and therefore, with the leave of the House, he should defer it until to-morrow, when he should bring it forward, if the
April 13, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
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• . • - ' „ . ORMSBY OfF.ce under the Iris is)re fc:t himself unplea address the House ; no ground to chal with having aded illegf e t h o e nci s u e a v e e d ral w a i r tasiun. He entered vt of Mr. T.GREisIvILLE g rh um st e a n ti t t s ig the Day. t ;nal Motion, and Sir The
April 13, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
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April 13, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
COTTON TRADE.

COTTON TRADE.

. Mr. H. ADDINCTON• moved- the Order of the Day for taking consideration the . ' Reprirt of the Committee on'the'Petition-of t n e C ot t on W or k. men and Manufadurers. —The Order being read,. Mr. H. .IDDIA'GTON dio‘tied, that the Resolu. tions Of the Committee be read, which
April 13, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
THE DUKE LP:T.:VG/LIEN.

THE DUKE LP:T.:VG/LIEN.

to - several - private Letters, the execution of this gallant Prince was as private, and as studi,•osly concealed, as his condemnation was published with eclat. For twenty-four hours afier his murder, petition's for him were presented by the Doke DE LIANCOURT, and several other
April 13, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
NEW LUC

NEW LUC

just arrived, per the Dail THE Nobility an( spettfully aquah CURIOUS FINE SAL Vessel. FAMILIES in TOW Commissions, and sum Country consumption ; quires no tu-tner conin weight of the true GO Ri fine flavour for Sand w had of the Importers, R) Strand, London. N. B. Their much es
April 13, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England
 
riv)rill which had been presented on the subjeft of the Woollen Trade. Mr. 11. ADDINGTON said, that business had ben

riv)rill which had been presented on the subjeft of the Woollen Trade. Mr. 11. ADDINGTON said, that business had ben

already partly brought forward by a Right Hon. Relation of his, (the CHANCELLOR of the EXCHIQU ER). Admiral BERKELEY—" Then I am to underttand it as a public measure." The Resolutions were then proposed to be read -fi wend-time. _ ,Mr. FRANCIS said, he understood that the Manufa
April 13, 1804 - True Briton - London, London, England