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Age And Argus (Newspaper) - February 22, 1845, London, Middlesex AND 4lt4.il. very Age and Body of its Form and Pressure United FEBRUARY 22, 1845. Price H E R M A J E S T Y'S 184S. The Outline of the Arrangements for the ensuing Season Is respectfully presented to the and the Public - for tub Madame Castellan the Imperial St. her first appearance at this Madame Rita Borlo the principal theatres in and of the Royal her first appearance in this and Madame Rossi the Theatre her first appearance in this F. La his first appearance in this and and Signor In addition to the above combination of a conge has been and an arrangement effected which the Academic Royal de will be secured tor a limited number of Director of the and Thk Orchestra will be on the same scale as in the past The Choruses will be numerous and Signor Carlotta Lucile Louise Weiss j and the Academic Royale de their first appearance at this and farewell talent of this eminent artiste has been secured for a few farewell previously to her taking leave of the M. St. M. M. di Mattia the Theatre St. M Bertrand f the Academic Royal de M. and M. Toussaint the Academic Royal de first appearance In this with a numerous and efficient corps de Engagement has also been effected for a few nights with the thirty-six Danseuses who have lately appeared with extraordinary success at the Academic Royal de and who will appear at the opening of the before Principal Artiste of the Mr. Marshall i Leader of the M. Maitre de M. Sous de M. Regisseur de la M. Bertrand Leader of the M. Nadaud Composer of the Ballet Arrangements have been made for the appearance of Signor and Signor for the opening of the theatre before The subscription will consist of the same number of nights as last The repertoire will consist of a selection from the worts of the most admired The theatre will open on the 1st of when will be in this Verdi's new with new scenery by Mr. Signor j Ruy Signor Carlo and Madame Rita To conclude with a new by M. LA FILLE DE LA The music by The scenery by Mr. In which will appear Lucile Louise Mdlle Mdlle &c. M. M. dl M. M. and the Danseuses THEATRE DRURY On The BOHEMIAN And DER On ROBERT THE Supported by Messrs. Weiss j Miss Miss And other Entertain Private Boxes and Stalls to be had of Mr. John Parsons at the from Ten to Six o'clock each THEATRE DRURY Mr. BUNN has the honour of announcing to the and Public that his ANNUAL BENEFIT will take place on MARCH 3, 1845, when a of attractive entertainments will be submitted to their Private and Tickets to be had of Mr. 4, St. and at the Box-office of the Engagement of Mr. T First Night of a new by the author of The Climbing jl Mr. On a new In Three called The SHERIFF OF THE Principal characters by Messrs. Miss Bennett Miss Mrs. After GRANDFATHER And HOW TO PAY THE in which Mr. Collins will On A The Irish And the On A And My Wife's The of the eminent M. F. Lena and limited and will positively terminate Nine run Night of the of Don Cesar de as originally performed in Paris by M. Frederick Lemaltre more than one hundred consecutive FRENCH ST. THEATRE On Monday Mr February 84, tne Performances will commence at with DON CESAR DE Don Cesar de Bight wa M. F. Lemaitre i La Marl des Ob February Second Don Cesar de And Le 47th and Night of the Season I Being the Week hut One of the Company's performing previous to the Easter Holidays 6*d, and tad Nights of Valentine and Orson with undiminished still continues its Triumphant career ( hiring outlived ail iu and being received with of laughter and applause ( owe Devouring of will he repealed every Evening up to the end of the Season 11 1^HEATRE Under the Management of Mrs KEELEY On and and Comedy of TUH OP Mr Pail alias Polly Mrs. Alter Tne OP The Veteran and hit To with the New fit end entitled AND m a seals uf Splendour hitherto wui uf the power ut Ui attain hy 9 and Mies Mrs and or Upper mi. ftd Ummi Upper u Ad Private rft ad and t* uf A Ma M Nail i uf Mi U Mi ii Mail C I R A N li T H K A I R and She i % t Mi N Mi * iw Uu ut i. THEATRE Mr. FRANK MATTHEWS begs to that his BENEFIT will take place on THURSDAY FEBRUARY 27, when will be performed Douglas Jerrold's admired Drama of The PRISONER OF Captain Mr. Frank Matthews j Lieutenant Mr. F. Peter Mr. Polly Mrs. Keeley original Miss permission of B. The from the Forty will be danced by Miss and Miss Miss Sara Flower will sing Barnett's been to the Woods i and Miss Emma will sing a favourite After which the apropos Bagatelle of The principal characters by Messrs. Frank A. j Mrs. and Miss To conclude with VALENTINE AND Mrs. Keeley Mr. King Mr. Frank and Princess Miss Tickets and Places to be had at the Box-office j and of Mr. Frank 13, TH E AT R E For the BENEFIT of Mr. and Mrs. on MARCH 7, the Performances will commence with a FAVOURITE A FAREWELL on the Close of the will be spoken by Mrs. With a variety of other Tickets and Private Boxes to be had of Mr. 19, and at the OXFORD Mr. On Monday and Mr. Mr. Mr. H. Lady Miss Cushman j Mr. After which HIGH LIFE BELOW On Don Caesar de A in which Mrs. Alfred Miss Madame F. Signor Signor Mr. Henry Russell add all the eminent Vocalists now In will With other Entertainments the benefit of Madame THEATRE Mr. B. Under the Direction of Madame On and during the will be produced the New by the Author of Dream at Wreck to be called THE GREEN A Hundred Yeats Principal characters by Messrs. O and P. Mesdames and After which a New Farce called THE MOTHER AND CHILD ARE DOING To conclude with the New Drama called THE SOLDIER OF The Irish OL Y M P * H E A T R Under the Direction of Mias On and during the the new Drama of LA DAME DE ST. George Mr. Waldron j Charles Mr. by Miss Davenport 1 Madame Miss K. To be followed by the Goldsmidt a called RODOLF THE in which Miss Wrighten and Mr. Flexmore will Mr. Hudson the celebrated American will appear in the Popular Drama of the Six Degrees of every THE QUEEN'S THEATR On February 84, and the SIX DEGREES OF Mr. H. | Mr. Mr. Mr. Madame Mrs. With ether To conclude with WENLOCK OF Mr. J. Lady Mrs. J. ILSONS At the BEDFORD On MONDAY February St. at Eight Mr. WILSON will give for the second time bis new Selected BONOS i- Part smiling Spring comes In Birks of Tarn ye Spouse o' ye my wee thing Part he King but Charlie is my women are gene me for Prince and married and Tak your auld cloak shoot Mr. Tickets Reserved 0d. Primate Boxes for for Eight M HIGHAM begs to owing to Husband and she Degs the lamented demise of her from to No. where she a continuance of the esteemed patronage and valued support of the Medical and of her bind the as In cases of spinal debility of abdominal or umbilical or tumour 1 also Mrs. Highest from her past experience can undertake to adapt the to the case i and her that her best shall be devoted to their FIELD'S CHEAP JUVENILE A MOg or An extensive at vagy warranted new and comprising Juvenile and Church 1 of every which will he iur tv be by any other A uf tor HODGSON ABBOTTS PALE ALE - llw of Mre and genuine which iu uf a and ksf tLum Iur the must nuM the fi uf bun turn ui uf bis Sum in v tig Mw I it he an and the and IOSS WILL all and use tv and 4d Ii ad ( - Jit mm un Mst in ill jsV I tut GENERAL February 7, NOTICE is hereby that Her Majesty's Postmaster-General will be ready to receive on or before the first day of March at Twelve for running a Mall Coach with two Horses between LONDON and vlA CHATHAM and The Conditions may be seen on application to the Post Offices at and or at the Office of the Surveyor and Superintendent of Mall Coaches In The are to be Endorsed Tenders for the London and Dovor Sealed up and to Her Majesty's By W. L. PATENT BRANDY CONSUMERS of BRANDY are respectfully that and will not be responsible for any BOTTLED BRANDY that Is not fraudulent by the embossed with the words PATENT 7 8MITHFIELD Sold by the most respectable Wine and Spirit in Town and at 3s. 6d. per the bottle Patent Brandy Is In preference to at St. and the other principal &c. throughout the Attention is especially requested to the security by thk Country Dealers are advertised in the Provincial Journals and lists of London inay be obtained at the where quantities of not less than Two Gallons may be in bulk at 18s. per and In cases and bottles at per 7, SMITHFIELD OLD BROWN WINDSOR SOAP So long celebrated for is a perfectly mild emollient highly salutary to the and pots easing au aromatic and lasting perfume each packet is labelled with steel plate of Windsor A variety of highly perfumed Soap prepared without angular Good family Soap at Is per lb. PRESERVATIVE an effectual preparation for beautifying the and preserving them in a sound and healthy condition is exceedingly agreeable to the month divesting the teeth of every increases the beauty of the enamel in polish and Superior and brushes of every for the manufactured in the best and on the most approved WARREN'S MILK of PREPARED by Innocent entirely from vegetable is the most delightful cosmetic ever invented for the skin and it has for seventy years maintained its over all and remains unrivalled for beautifying the The bottle is more economical than the smaller and is in a envelope to ensure R. Perfumer to Her MRS. DONALDSON takes this opportunity of announcing to her Patrons and that she has provided herself with her usual Spring and now offers the undermentioned articles to the Public at the Lowest Prices for MRS. DONALDSON can vouch for the quality of all articles that are purchased at her 182 opposite List or s d best Beaver 1 0 0 Very best light Paris Naps 0 18 0 Gossamer 0 0 0 Paris 0 10 0 0U0 Good Livery 0 10 Very Superior 0 18 Very Light Ladies Riding 0 11 0 A great variety of Children's Cloth and Velvet Capsi also a large assortment 0/ 1SS OXFORD opposite COMPOSITE CAN DLE per lb. PATENT per lb. These are the London cash but the Country ones vary with the distance from Both sorts burn exactly well the An est and are allowing for the than Tallow Sold wholesale to the trade by Bow ask and j and and 80s, Until these Candies become generally sold throughout the Pares and Co. will supply any private families unable to obtain them in their own with a quantity not leas than direct Cram the On a lift being to enclosing s Order for to Edward Price end not to Edward or Mr. they will forward a bos of tats or of the or a mixed as may be to that GREAT B EI TAIN MU T U A L LIFE 14, London The Deputy GREAT ADVANTAGES OFFERED TO BY THIS m A large and 0/ assurances by the transfer of the Policies of the and Associating whole uf the divided Annually among the attar payment of Svc Annual An in addition tu tne fund continually fully tu fur half the Ere 0/ the Ave Pi mill 1, on security UnWig given then un u in seen of the gf and m hum ut u at lat - af aTUM pan
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