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27 October 1804 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THEA7RE, DRURY-Ld.‘E.

THEA7RE, DRURY-Ld.‘E.

rrilE Managers of this Theatre, Lave most lau. 1. dably exerted - themselves to, commence the season with a variety of novel 'attractions,' and they have hilherto been amply rewarded by most, numerons. .and brilliant audiences. We gireotly admire:the plan . which seems to have b
09 October 1804 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
KINNE I I, at Tvf:,, l corr, , a FAIOf, EN, M and >in .(eren iv', CO I ' r—

KINNE I I, at Tvf:,, l corr, , a FAIOf, EN, M and >in .(eren iv', CO I ' r—

A a , Larhq in of A ; rt " I 01. 11 L. Fs FfiEl " 17141 v iki oo e , Pf. If i4 llQ4' li)O ff A• ainp . 4 tca' tti ar! ioer B" f ~
18 July 1801 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
. PRQCI.4,MATION. Tilt Cc ULS 61, .TIiE''REPU,III.I.cIc, TO Tin FRENCH

. PRQCI.4,MATION. Tilt Cc ULS 61, .TIiE''REPU,III.I.cIc, TO Tin FRENCH

. PRQCI.4,MATION. Tilt Cc ULS 61 , .TIiE ' 'REPU,III.I.cIc, TO Tin FRENCH ; ‘ 6 Freighntenl • ig day is deffined to celebrate that epoch of' hope and.of glory, when barbarous intlitutions were ,annihilated, when_you ceafed to be divided into two claffes, the one condemned to humi
18 July 1801 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
VAUXHALL.

VAUXHALL.

Urrder dre l'ationge of the PRINCE nt , r 0.101(ROW, FRIDAY, August SUPERB NAVAL FETE, given in honour of the of hia 'Royal Highness the Duke of OLAEENCE, will be ic. pe:atea, when many. new Devices and Traiisearencies, will' he added to the bfilliancy of this National I , estiv
23 August 1804 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THEATRE, DRURY-1411713.

THEATRE, DRURY-1411713.

_ - ON Tnesday night 'Young Remises was again to have appeared hi the part of Achmet ; but • an indisposition, which has been growing .upon him for some days past, became scisevere onTuesday morn' ing, that it was not judged advisable• to allow him to perform; • As soon as the c
20 December 1804 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
PRIZES PAID IN FULL. No. 4, CORNHILL, and 9, CHARINGCROSS. , TDISH solicits the Public to bring in all out.

PRIZES PAID IN FULL. No. 4, CORNHILL, and 9, CHARINGCROSS. , TDISH solicits the Public to bring in all out.

. standing Shares of,his, which he will pay in full without any . deduction whatever, ,or exchange thent for Tickets or Shares in the present grano Lottery. The Scheme so universally approved, and the Sale so mu& reitter 'than in former Lotteries, that it is fair to con 4, dude
20 December 1804 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Da, was • In Three Volumes, ithno. Price 13%. CI in .1 , THE 111 401 `" of " I

Da, was • In Three Volumes, ithno. Price 13%. CI in .1 , THE 111 401 `" of " I

Iclen lum i n esce' f. ted ir Longman,' Hurst, Roes, and • Of wfionloAay iste4' ' 1. The Lake of r • • byAnnd . 111.• • ft .'4 8 'LI. Imo. mice 13s. 64. ni boArd 4 . • vo litibreY: .tiv it. C. Dallas ) 'Price 183.. in 'boards..
20 December 1804 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
MIDDLESEX SESSIONS 4, – LITTLE CUES.

MIDDLESEX SESSIONS 4, – LITTLE CUES.

MIDDLESEX SESSIONS 4, - LITTLE CUES. On Saturday-John Holland, 'and' his' six agents, .Phillips alias Leonard, White, Rankle, Bryan, 'Garrard, and Chamberlain, were brough,f into Court upon an appeal against their , cOnvictionbefOre Mr. Bond, at the Public Orfice ,Bow-strbet, as
15 January 1805 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
LONDON.'

LONDON.'

We have muchlyleasure in stating, that the Mar. quis of Huntley has been relieved of considerable pain and uneasinest, by the discharge of a large piece of bone froth the wound which he received at the Helder. A vacancy haroccurred in the representation of the Citrof Edinburgh i
01 December 1804 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England