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FRENCH PLAYS.

FRENCH PLAYS.

Ihe benefit of Madame Alnert last night crowded the St. James's Theatre in every part—Madame Albert's admirers congregated in great numbers, eager to manifest by their presence their approbation of her performance in La Perle de Savoy. In this affecting drama she made more than
23 February 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
A THEATRICAL ROW IN ITALY!

A THEATRICAL ROW IN ITALY!

GENOA, Feb. 17.—The Carlo Theatre was last night crowded to excess, for the first appearance, this season, of Clara Novello, whose reception was most flattering. The eternal Puritani again! The movements which create so much enthusiasm sung by the artists in Paris and London fel
23 February 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
HUNTING APPOINTMENTS.

HUNTING APPOINTMENTS.

The Pennoyre hounds will meet on Friday, at Skettirog—at half-past ten. The Carmarthen hounds on Friday, at Mydrunat ten. The Begelly bounds on Friday, at the Kennelat ten. The Odihain harriers on Thursday, at the Kennel —at ten. The Vine hounds on Thursday, at Clerkengreen Gate
23 February 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
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[P 4d. ENGLAND AND CHINA. (From the Times.) At the end of a late message from the President of the United States to the House of Representatives, touching the " Haiwaian or Sandwich Islands," is introduced the following passage respecting the recent treaty between England and Ch
28 January 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
LONDON AND BIRMINGHAM RAILWAY.

LONDON AND BIRMINGHAM RAILWAY.

The half-yearly meeting of the directors and shareholders took place yesterday at the Euston Hotel, Euston-square. Mr. G. C. Glynn, chairman of the board of directors, presided. The minutes of the last two meetings having been confirmed, the chairman said, he regretted to announ
11 February 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
PART I.

PART I.

1. Overture —Bayadere.—(Auber.) 2. Duett.—Sweet Sister Fay.—Mrs. Wilson and Miss Thorn ton .—(Barn ett.) 3. Waltz.—Nachtwandler.—(Strauss.) 4. Solo. Tuesday.—Horn, Mr. J arre tt. Wednesday.—Cornet -a-piston, Mr. Laurent. 5. Song.—Oh! 'tis sweet when the moon is beaming. —Mrs. Wi
26 January 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
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26 January 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS.

NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS.

Any Country News-Agent or Bookseller by applying to this Office will be punctually supplied with papers on liberal terms. Post-oce orders sent to us should be made payable to George Frederick Pardon, at the Post-office, 180, Strand, corner of Norfolk-street. THE EVENING STAR..
26 January 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
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16 February 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
A.ELIEF COMMITTEE, City, 28th Jan., 1843. [ITTEE. A. M`Geachey, Esq., M.P. Sir John Guest, Bart. Samuel Gurney, Esq. A. Hastie,

A.ELIEF COMMITTEE, City, 28th Jan., 1843. [ITTEE. A. M`Geachey, Esq., M.P. Sir John Guest, Bart. Samuel Gurney, Esq. A. Hastie,

Esq., M.P. Benjamin Hawes, Esq. Thomas Hawes. Esq. T. A. Hankey, Esq. T. W. Helps, Esq. Thomson Hankey, jun., Esq. A. Hall Hall, Esq. Sir Robert H. Inglis, Bart., M.P. J. Labouchere ' Esq. L. Loyd, jun.,Esq. George Lyall, Esq., M.P. Mr. Alderman Lucas. J. J. Lister, Esq. The lio
16 February 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England