Age And Argus (Newspaper) - April 13, 1844, London, Middlesex r r y r y AND very Age and Body of the its Form and United APRIL 1.'5, 1844 Price H E r MAJESTY'S T ii E A T r ITALIAN The and the are respectfully that there will be an EXTRA in tho On April 18, when will be performed Rossini's Opera in Two entitled Fornasari and In the of the the celebrated by M. And other which wdl lie forthwith To an entirely New by M. the Music composed by with entirely new Scenery by Mr. W. LA NYMPHE ET LE Principal parts by M. St. and M. Applications for and to be made at the Doors open at Seven the Opera will commence at Under the Management of Mrs. h E a t r E ENGLISH OPERA On April the new in two HASTY - Principal Mr. Mr. T T First Night of the new Grand in which the celebrated danseuse Lucile from the principal Theatres of Paris and will have the honour of making her first appearance on the English and of the popular who is and will also have the honour of THEATRE DRURY On and the Opera of the BOHEMIAN After which will be a new in Three LADY THE STATUTE a young Lady principal Maid of Lucile Grahn Misa Clara DRURY X Mr. BENEDICT most respectfully announces that his BENEFIT will take place on 25th 1844. When will be performed a Grand a Vocal and and a variety of other and Private Boxes to be had of Mr. at the from Ten to Six characters by Mr. Mr. F. Mr. &c. and Mrs. After MY WIFE'S characters by Mr. Mr. Miss and Mrs. With the new in one called THE POST OF by Mr. Mr. Mr. J. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Miss and from the Theatre To with an entirely new Grand called OPEN SESAME I The Forty by Mrs. Miss Ellen Mrs. Miss Miss Mrs. Misi and Miss Mr. Mr. F. Mr. Mr. R. Mr. Mr. Mr. A. Pricks of 4s 5 Upper 2s; 6d. Second 28; Upper is. is. Private 2s., aUX. 6d and Is. Froe Admission Tickets the first forty One Guine Nightly Transferable Free Tickets the first forty Three The is open from Ten to Four the direction of Mr. late of Covent 1 On and during the will be performed USED UP - Charles Mr. Charles After which a new Comic in two called GRIST TO THE de Mr. Charles Madame To be by a new THE DRAMA AT HOME I An Evening with To conclude witli the Extraordinary Performances of the celebrated Professor Risley and his Infant surnamed Le Petit who will appear in a to be A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S The Frolics of Puck and the Elf King the Elfin the Merry Master Last Week but one of Albert's and first of a New Drame FRENCH ST. On MONDAY APRIL 15. 1844, Performances commence at past Seren o'clock with LA FAMILLE After the first time In this A UNB Madame To conclude with the popular Comic LES RENDEZVOUS Femme de Madame Wednesday Apt 1 17, positively the last night but one of its the favourite Play of Marie j La Perle de in which Madame Albert will sustain her celebrated character of PRINCESS'S On Monday and the successful Opera With THE After a New Grand Burlesque called PAIR The Singing Apple and Uie Dancing With New and On The Angel of the The Young Gone to and Fair ROYAL OLYMPIC MR. G. On Monday and during the the performances will commence with the New and triumphantly successful Drama in three by Mr. entitled THE Principal characters by Messrs. J. E. and G. Misses L. G. Mrs. and Misa In the course of the evening two dances by Miss E. After THE YOUNG The whole to conclude with a Grand to be the Great Fairy and the LituI Class 28. 6d.; Second Price is. 6d. is. 6d. Private Boxes 6d. s Reduction of 28. Is. 6d.-All the TRAND THEATR On April and during the the performances will commence with THE KING AND THE Frederick of the Mr. A. Mr. W. H. Hammond To be followed by the Parce of THE by Miss To which will be added a Domestic Ballet AULD ROBIN After RICHARD Yb ye Battel of To conclude with an Original Mythological entitled VENUS the With entirely new Scenery and N EW Mr. JOHN QUEEN'S Sole Mr. On Monday and during the entirely new of THE JEWESS Mr. J. Mr. Mrs. J. Miss After a New Drama called THE GIANT'S To conclude with THE CITY w SCOTTISH Music Monday April 15, at 8 Mr. WILSON will give his Second SELECTED Part winter's now the flower o' Prince lass o' buy caller herring Part wife of ewie the a drucken wha Wallace Land o' the yer auld cloak aboot Mr. Land will preside at the and Tickets may be had at the and at the Music Private boxes for 168.; for PHILHARMONIC Subscribers and the Public are respectfully that the Second Concert will take place on Monday Evening when will Beethoven's Sinfonia Mozart's No 6, and Spontini's Overture to Solo Mr. Mr. the Misses Miss Mr. J. and 6ig. V. A Ticket for the 48. One Guinea and Double 10. To be had at Music Warehouse 201, G and Calling at and The fast and favourite Steam Packets Nos. 1 to 10, leave and City twice every from the i before and ' after the and City Pier at the hour and 4 Recollect the City Station is removed to the New Pier in front of close to London where the Steamers can offer to the Public much greater safety and accommodation than T SALE OF OLD STORES AT Somerset April 1H44. for the of Lord High Admiral of the Kingdom of Britain and do hereby give that on the 7th MAY at TEN o'clock in the the will put up to Sale in Her Majesty's Dockyard at several Lots of O L D S T O R E S consisting of Old OM Tar Wrought and Cast a all in the said Persons wishing to view the Lots must to tlic Superintendent for Notes of Admission for that and Conditions of Sale may be had here and at the PATENT upon unerring to preserve the sight to extreme old It is to caution the Public against the use of improper The excellence of Mr. Glasses has for upwards of fifty years called forth the most distinguished approbation from the medical and from many thousands of persons of the highest rank and To be had only at 28, at the facing Orders from the country attended o PERA HARRIS and SON'S BINOCULAR OPERA the most powerful ever price by the Royal and the elite ol Her Majesty's A most extensive and elegant assortment of Opera on every construction the patterns are too various to admit of a The prices are from Sixteen Shillings T. HARRIS and Opticians to the Royal 6-2, Great only the British established sixty not related nor connected a firm of Uie same A NEW THE THE railway FIRST NUMBER OF 3Raillay will appear on Saturday April 20th. A detailed Prospectus will be sent by to all who furnish their address to the OF for which has LITERARY UNION X The object of this Institution is to do that already been done for Painting sind Sculpture by the Art Union of 1. The Subscription is One 2. Every subscriber will receive a copy of a written expressly by the first authors of the of the full value of their 3. One in ten will obtain a prize of from five to fifty and may select the in new works from the catalogues of any publisher in the United For full apply at Mr. 26, H and ABBOTTS PALE only met with the highest approval of the public at but also by all the faculty and owing to the substitution of other Ales by the HODGSON and to guard against future and to secure to the public a supply of their PALE have appointed Duncan 67, to be their sole for the where it can be obtained in the finest as well as at at Just HE OPERA as danced by Carlotta Grisl and at Her Music composed by Signor Price 2s. Splendidly illustrated by price 38., postage For the convenience of persons residing In the Stamps will be taken in Published by M. 3, New m. JULLIEN A has the honour to that he has Just Published the Original as danced and played at the principal Theatres of London and Price 28., Splendidly illustrated by with a short description of the by E. price 38. The Music composed on national melodies by M. Many spurious imitations of M. POLKA having been sold to the public under so many assumed he bas published the POLKA at his own 3, and to secure the Public against the possibility of purchasing incorrect he hu a his signature to None can therefore be relied which not his Correct copies of M. POLKA to be had of every respectable in the Follies des Paris the Kage of Vienna and the For the convenience ol persons in the Stamps will be taken in E ASTERN COUNTIES newmarket first spring april 23. On Monday and during the week the performances will commence with the Nautical Drama of THE in which Mr. John will After which the Comic Pantomime HARLEQUIN SNOW Chant Frost and the Fairy of the Red To conclude with the last new CLAUDE Tlie Peasant Libertine and Supported by Mr. E. Mr. T. Mrs. W. Miss and Miss THEATRE MONDAY AND DURING THE If and brilliant audiences every are symptoms of tlie performance of the Wizard of the North has made the greatest hit all the for the Adelphi has been crammed to the mighty wonders are of so startling a that the brilliant multitudes of spectators as if and gaze with wonder and amazement at the seeming superhuman miracles of the Modern If the of Quid and Irish wish to enjoy a they AN HOUR IN IRELAND with Mr. Malone at the whose and anecdotes of the Green Isle have been received with bursts of laughter and He will appear the parts of the Wizard's by Mrs. K. M. and Miss The Great Wizard of the North wiU nightly prove there are strange things iii heaven and than are dreamt of In 38. IS. W. 6d. Second Price at Nine Doors at the Performances commence at A Special consisting of First Class and calling at will leave the Terminus for on 2.id at Seven o'clock in the and return from at Nine o'clock at thereby enabling persons attending Newmarket to see the whole of the Races and return to London the same Ample accommodation may be had at should parties prefer te send their private carriages and horses the day the arrival of the Previous notice should be given by taking their own horses and to prevent the of Extra and carriages will be in attendance to convey persons and may be ordered to be in readiness by sending a letter to Messrs. Edwards and Places may be secured at the Golden Charing by Coaches meeting the To Newmarket and to Newmarket and 30e. 218. Uth 1844._ Jl 42, SACKVILLE Respectfully begs to that he continues to restore decayed teeth with his ANODYNE which becomes quite hard ui a kkw excludes &c. accession of which is the most prevalent cause of and forms a complete MASTICATING or ARTIFICIAL TEETH fixed on the most modem and scientific At Home from Ten till 42, 15, 1844. PROVIDENT LIFE 60, BONUSES DECLARED 178. 7d. NOTICE is hereby that all Persons who hold policies in this bearing dale to the year may receive the present value of the Bonuses which have been added to their upon at the Head or to the Agents through whom the policies were GEORGE T NEW PATENT MINARET will undoubtedly take the This novel and Elegant which lead in the Fashionable is now with an entirely New Stock of Umbrellas and Parasols at prices unprecedentedly low at PATTERSON BOYLE'S Umbrella and Parasol just at 357, Two Doors West of the CIRCULAR BANK of Directors give that they issue Circular Notes of and Letters of payable at all the principal Cities and Towns of and To be obtained at the head 8, the and at the 4, Pall MaU East. 8, w. w. April 1844. M H FORKS and SPOONS a most careful examination and I have come to the conclusion that 1 can safely warrant and recommend this article as being 8u^rior to the plated or German or any other kind of The article being In a finished the silver is deposited on It by without any so that when the edges wear in course of there Is no blackness or and no one could distinguish between the worn and unworn the article on which it Is fixed being hard white metal so near the colour of The electric fluid amalgamates Inseparably the two so that nothing can divide Long continued wear can lUone remove the silver The prices Dessert 428.; table table 828.; dessert 468.; tea per J. J. No. 4, manufacturer of table dressing bagatelle &c. 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