THE MIRROR OF FASHION

... eAboLP H US thle Countefs of CARDIGAN andELy, Lady CATH- CART and WALDEGRAVE, walked co. St. George's 'Cathedra!, where an excellent fermhon wasf preached by the Rev. Dr. LANGFoRo;, froni thee VIII. Chap- ter of St. JOHN's Gofpel, ard the 32dVerfe. On ...

THE MIRROR OF FASHION

... produced. A new farce is alfu in preparatioe. re- THEATRE ROYAL COVENT GARDEN. This Eveuling- willbe~ed a Comedy called no JOHN BUlt.; or, an Englilman's Fire ide. le The Earl of Fitz-Balaam, Mr: Waddy; Peregrie, by .Mr. at Coolh; Sir Simon Rocbdale, ...

L L

... Cavalry and the St. Margaret's and St. John's Voluntters gunided thle avenues to the gaides, and otbhewiie aiitficd nil the ceremony. 'Fle Countets was accompanie'd by her daughter, Lady A. M. Stanhope, by La dy Cardigan and Lady Aylet- bury, Ladies of the ...

THE MIRROR OF FASHION

... patent haunts in intIrons. ,II A neat chariot, wvish arms and rebels-g to rorre--onri vrirh Ss the aibove; a flat piritform insitiad Of a bees, wab a Perch bore, end three p-atsntlasnpc irsfrons. r- JOHN -]JaU-a,~IxONo Y, ?? t, bade~ patent ,Y, yellowsv ...

PORTSMOUTH AND PORTSEA

... at St. John's Chapel, a GRAND SE- LECTION of SACRED MUSlC, from the, Works of Handel, Haydn, Pergolefi, Jorneli, Mar.in , and ether great M 9ftirs-' and in :he Ev ning a CR AND ISCEL- LANEOtUsCONCERTT on Friday Mornine the i6th, at -bt John'- Cliapel ...

THE OAK

... Vice- Ll. Chancellors are the Rev. John Wills, D. D. Warden of nd Wadhamw College; the Rev. Michael Alarlow, D. D.Pre- fident ofSt. John's College; the Rev. Henry Richards, D. 1). Re~tor of Exeter College; and the Rev. John Par- I ons, D. D. Mafier of Balliol ...

THE MIRROR OF FASHION

... thr~oighout, .with, the arms, order o, 9f the gar~ter,-8rc. &o carriage'a, compass perch, hammer cloth to correspondl. . :Duke of C6MstRLANDn-',An niuy,'elegant and peculiarly construied Vis-a-Vis, painted patcenti yellow, with arms, sup- .porters, crests ...

THE MIRROR OF FASHION

... Fist is Sir John Sli'allotv, descendedt from Mr. Justice S. who was once described by a wor- thy Bart. a friend of his, as et man mdefe after oeu- Iger of a cheeseparzng. The third is said to be a Sir John Shilly, and a fourth is Sir John Shally-all nearly ...

THE FORAYER

... and that it commenceed drilling yesterday. e DurmiN, MAY ?? Grattan.-Yesterslay, d about five o'clock in the rifterneon, this venerable is patriot proceeded from Steplien's Green to Sir John IC Rogerson's quay, to go onl board the Waterloo Steam ;e Packet ...

Review of Literature.—Science and the Arts

... one end of the room, she was opposed by a grim menacing eigure armed with a huge rod of birch. When she looked behinii her, she saw a si- milar figure at the other end of the roon, armed in the same manner. The terror, notwithstanding the strauige ci ...

THE FASHIONABLE WORLD

... Janes Kerr, William Ila- bertsnn, William Faulkner, Jnhn Mjenset, J hn.lodges James.,Birmingham, John Hines,. Arthur O'Neill, John I Rowhwell. John Cooke, John Sullivan, James Moore, Edw. Fytzgetald, Edsard Higginbotham, Thomas Hardy, Gen- ilemesie. - ...

THE MIRROR OF FASHION

... DAvV, Bart., N'V. T. 3hks mF4s&9.; tee Lord Bishop of CAkL5sLTE, TAYLOIR CoaBts, ?? Hs= , Esq, J. Fr --v,~kv£ kfbus Ham1 , JoHN POND, 3IW' .WOt5ON .D. 'IssOBtAS YOUNG, M.D. s' (irTB Na*CouieciL-The Earl of ABaRaEt*, MArTME.W ?? M.D ,-Jo'ss B£.r~ow, Bq ...