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P H. Dalane, 10, I>e^oo»* ,ire *P ,ac ?J r w vnikaa* Milford 2 Stelue* Hon. Mr*. Chapman. Mr. r. R. Hard,. -, “;• ditto: Mr. and Mr,. Meiarier, K.N. 31, Marino f c*«s . Lieut. -Col. Hldudo^* M .* ri C.pi ’RTchartloo M. Ship-1. Crcicrnt: r , M< , rri ., 33. Morine- arrired Monday
01 December 1825 - Brighton Gazette - Brighton, Sussex, England
 
THE THEATRE.

THE THEATRE.

The new comedy of Paul Pry has been performed sereral times since our last, and ha. each representation been with increased applause. Mr. Russell acting jn Paul Pru is admirable, and seems to realise completely the idea of the author. The other parts generally »« *«'• sustained,
01 December 1825 - Brighton Gazette - Brighton, Sussex, England
 
POETRY.

POETRY.

REPLY TO THE EPIGRAM OCR LAST Men have many faults, poor women have but two, There’s nothing wise they say, and nothing right they do. LONDON MAR KE Ena priff Currmt. CORN EXCHANGE, Mon, . Last week tliere were tolerablf ., nrr ,*• of grain, nml this morning there is ,^!*, ° *"
01 December 1825 - Brighton Gazette - Brighton, Sussex, England
 
PRICE O

PRICE O

New English Red Clo- s. s. ver Seed . • cwt.6.l n fine .. Bfi » Old ditto .. .. 2!> * —fine .. 50 Neve Foreign ditto fine .. Old ditto .. .. 22 « fine .. 42 » New White Clorer fine .. Old ditto .. .. ft fine .. * New Trefoil .. « Old ditto .. .. 31 ft fine .. —ft
01 December 1825 - Brighton Gazette - Brighton, Sussex, England
 
WRITING DESK.

WRITING DESK.

Breidenbach’s Sachets aux Fleurs iclette, Moss Rose Millifleur Marechale. Heliotrope, and Vitivert, Is. ud., all warranted of the very best, H. BREIDENBACH, Perfumer and Distiller of Flowers to the Queen, Prince Consort, and the Duchesses of Kent and Cambridge. 157b, New Bond St
03 July 1862 - Brighton Gazette - Brighton, Sussex, England
 
MUSIC AND THE DRAMA,

MUSIC AND THE DRAMA,

Lind-Goldschmidt.— The three oratorio performances, lately given Mr and Madame after deducting the expenses (m each case amounting to about £500) produced the following results Messiah May Id, 13s. ; The Oration, May -8. tb.l9 . Elijah," June 4, £BB3 16s. 2d. : total, ±2,1.84 2s
03 July 1862 - Brighton Gazette - Brighton, Sussex, England
 
KEDUCTION OF PRICE.

KEDUCTION OF PRICE.

The price of the BRIGHTON GAZETTE has been reduced to THREEPENCE for an unstamped, and Fourpence for a stamped copy.
03 July 1862 - Brighton Gazette - Brighton, Sussex, England
 
MARRIED. On the ult.

MARRIED. On the ult.

, at the Parish Church, Ringmer, by the Rev. h. Symons, Alfred Thorby, eldest surviving son of the late W. Long, Esq.. Surgeon, Brighton, to Mary Ann, second daughter of Mr H. Catt, formerly of West Firle. On the 28th ult., at the British Embassy, Pans, Sir John Scott Lillie, K.
03 July 1862 - Brighton Gazette - Brighton, Sussex, England
 
PRUSSIA.

PRUSSIA.

Berlin, June 26.—The Nene Prcussisrhe (Stew) Zeitung of this morning contains the following The King gave an audience to General Bardelehen yesterday, and received the autograph letter of the Elector, informing his Majesty of the re-estabhshment of the Constitution of IS6\, purs
03 July 1862 - Brighton Gazette - Brighton, Sussex, England
 
PROGRAMME FOR WEEK.

PROGRAMME FOR WEEK.

Thursday (this day).—7 a.m. and P-ra—- n?P * mentary regimental firing; Ist, 2nd, or 3rd peno s, 3rd class. . „ Friday.—7 a.m. and 6 p.m.—Same as Thursday. Saturday.—7 to a.m.—Private target practice; ranges, 200, 500, and GOO yards. ~ . . . , p m. —Parade for battalion and ligh
03 July 1862 - Brighton Gazette - Brighton, Sussex, England