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EPILOGUE TO THE TRAGEDY OF [ill]

... Lane: A prudent inan in ev''ry other matter, .1K-nown at his Club-roorm for an honcft Hatter; H-umanc and courteous, leo a civil life, At- J f/ldsm has been known to beat his WVifc! But Ja -cs is now grown quite anoiher man, lrchjuents thlc Grecn-room ...

THE MIRROR OF FASHION

... of the beauty, tafle, and fanfion of Beverley and the neighbourhood. Lord SFiEFFErLD is fhortly to be created a Peer of the United Kingdomn. Captain Buchanan, of the Haerlem, of 64 gutis, died at Malta, and was bodred with militarylhonours near the tomb ...

THE MIRROR OF THE FASHION

... rriends juflif his late abrupt behaviour in M6a'iame BNA4A?.TA'S drawing- e room, they can produce ro authoiify for -it in the civil s code. s Several Gentlemen of New, York have ''fornned an affiociatian for the purpofe of eftabhithing i that'city an ACADEMY ...

GOOD INTENTIONS!

... Burke's Act, for Regulation of the Civil List, it be an instruction to tbe Civil List is Committeeto consider so-much of the Act as re- lases to the establishmesnt of invariable order in his Majesty's Civil List, and to provide for the liquidation ...

THE MIRROR OF FASHION

... quali- mfled to-efimnate the importance of this great difcovery. 11 Among the great bulk of the community in that part C of the United Itingdom, we underfiand that it has hardly ever beeia heard of. To what circumltancqs t; th~i -is tobe attributed iris not ...

THE MIRROR OF FASHION

... late Circus. Mr. and Master FIlexmore will avail themselves of this liberality on Thursday next,(when novelty andgenius will unite their powers of attraClion, and the dignified elegance of Mrs. Astley's pantomime, the faicioaiing attitudes of Mrs. Wybrow ...

FINE ARTS

... p'ueifui Stunuitl ofhonoudr certainlythegreat object of the pursuit art~v Tahat satfioiI hinou~rsstihould be himitedto ,reat civil naval aedi military cxcelence,; is a distributioi parsimtlonious and-inpolitic. 'Exaltnd geIIiuS in art is as rare as ithath(if ...

FINE ARTS

... respect, however the in- Stitutio of society occasionaly deinand it, - ut when tile eternals of w-alth, birth, and power, are united to iltrialsic worth, the pluilosophic'few, while they reverence ltlc ttier, will rejosice i4 its p015 -ofi05 I ?? tiw folrm ...

THE FRENCH IMPERIAL ACADEMY OF MUSIC

... it has iecovejed its feudal inhts on' tile Boulev.3rd and in other places. . The little Thieatre's had profited'by' our: civil tir6bles''t iender 0iemsjelves ?? they had' 6ied thenselves ,fio the V honiage and duty Nyhiclih they owed as vas'sals- to ...

COURT AND FASHIONABLES

... Mo0 t I8nooi alu I tic Peiw Ci nalwil Stho t min ct, fur ganustng a Sspesnien of 1Ic ?? oif Gra'n in the D) istd ritr of the United KitLdoal, sacd ?? appearingh tO i4 to be ?? cC 1w t rnoat enitclual near;,i of preventmng those ic rivrs evii, which i 1furt ...

COURT AND FASHIONABLES

... of his own incente to the exhintivrn of the arrear ons his Household; and no adlifikiin .ill he dernanded whatever to the Civil List on atcw nt of the new niderqf things. Hitherteo no establishment what, ever has beeni provided for, the Princesses. In ...

DRURY-LANE THEATRE

... thle events of thle Play LI ame supposed to have taken place in the reign of Philip si II. Shur tly after the close of thle civil wars against .the ItI Moors, and duinn, the he~at of thle ?? which r raged 'against the'll. Th11 story is as follows : C Dorit ...