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British Press (Newspaper) - June 2, 1810, London, Middlesex 2096. JUNE 2, 1810. BENEFIT OF June 2, will beaded OUR WAY iN I Sir .I Mr. M permission of Mr. who will a I Mr. Lady Mrs. i Miss Dolly Mrs. H. ' Bolton Mrs. Miss Logan the Songs will be by t in by Mrs. Liston a celebrated Mrs. the fond by tlic an in one rnK UAV THE ' 0. A FIRST by Mr. C. Mr. % Mrs. C. and ' To which will be A FAVOURITE Mr. Cooke lo bad Mr. 14, tbe where may be - VIE Public 1 SEASON ENGLISH OPERA oii MONDAY 4-, 18ie, Mr. Mr. Philips ifi. J. aud first appearance by a. on iny Henley the king her first appearance in L Uic being in ' naii nf the of ihe Musical of Hir OR 5fr. Mr. Melvin Mr. aliB Clare Dolly Miss Kelly first iiT for the Inferior the ' ' ' ' A in. a New Giand 6ilicl, and are iii aud will TilE OF THEATRE ON KING HENRY tiie First lite of by Mr. bv Mr. Sir and by Mr Lady Percy Hostess by of A by the fonr in which will be a Shawl Pas rie by Adams arid H. ' ' lilt ihp Gay's Rallad of anU of I oin Sfr A by Mr. To will he added of tlic of Hie laic Farce of NO Mr. Mr. Endliss Mis Ik bv Ballad of Oh 1 I am love bt had pf long at the and of at Mie where places may Under the Patronage of bis Highness the PRINCE of undergone JL considerable and for the on Admission 6d.-Doors open at and the begin at Eight By Permission of the Right the Lord Ch most respectfully informs the and his in his will take place ou WEDNESDAY 0. Ticket ll. 6d.-Ladies" Ticket ll. Is. To Old and To bo had iit the Liltle r g the and in K. DALE has the honour to that his celebrated JAMAICA GINGER WINE is strongly by those eminent Drs. &c. as the best the and Half bottles will be sent le any part of No. 33, N.B. Purveyor of Cyder and Perry to Her BRITISH GALLERY OF AT NO. 54, JOW air EXHIBITION of from the old the Marquis of Collections in for the patronage 6f the tire Qui and resi of the Royal and aljo of the Nobility of ibe United by and J. White and Co. and Davies To be continued Is. Subscribers to the The Second will be published the 4th of and may be seen in the NINE OF 10 a huift in a a with several smaller on the flour four with and a in the highest and ihc whole extensive ' For Particulars John No. 31, - a or 20. W a has been to at likewise a Man to look arier a anl and oc to Jo Also a of They have good and be well at the of in Charles e. WOBURN ABBEY 18. June riEW 6t CATHOLIC is SUBSTANCE uf the of Sir J. C. on the of the Honourable HENRY on the I sth inst. an Printed for New and and I This day is rn 4to. price or sGs. SUPPLEMENT to TESTACEA 2\. with Esq Sold hy J. While anil Co Fleet street of whom the First Part of Ihe ice Two Guineas or This arc in 8V0. price OBSERVA riONS ( n the INSURANCES in Great and on of Ihe Select Committee of the to whom the was referred including a few Remarks Printed for Gale and 23, This day is in two Small volumes 8vo. price in the of * LETTERS of ELIZABETH MONTAGUE with some of the Letters of Part the containing her Letters from an early to the Esq M ' ' NOTICE is First of the of Proprietors of the Grand fur execution the Act which Royal the inst. will iit the Crown and Anchor in the ou the 4lh of June at eleven in the forenoon 21, 1810. K. N B. Tickets for the at 5 will be ready at the ON THB VIH OF NEXT THE GRANc STATE LOTTERY WILL RE CO. and 44, St. tlie that the Tickets and of This ddy is 3S. Spiritual in tlie on January 30, 18 being the Day uf King By WILLIAM Lord Bishop of Printed for T. Cadell and and J. at ThiS day is in small ' price in containing a- dium of the of the British to the Linnaean By W. M.D. F Sold by White and Co. Fleet This day are handsomely 8VO. ADDITIONAL perfective of Temple of Printed for J. No. 29, Of whom may he by the same I. The TEMPLE of TRUTH The best of and Second 8vo. Sacred and adapted In ope large This d&y is iit NARRA nVE the c5 a to in the of in ilie 1804, 0 oa Of the Ceylon - Printed for C. R. ' ' This day is price 4S. J ' ' AN into the EFFECTS r on NATIONAL CURRENCY by the BANK 9JdtLv-; plaining the cause of high price of ' the National and - By R. of His j ' ' ' The second Observations Printed for C. and R. ' NEW THE KING'S ANCIENT CONCERT EVENING will be for the - Mr. Mr. Miss Davies KJ Shew of Merino of Devou Hereford Prize of Sheep Shew of Hereford and Devon 1^. 15rt'"W 11 Tups of and Devon Rule 8iiiit!i of and bevon - - - - Eighth f and even a upwards at with list Capital Prizes sold and iit CO. Hie the and of ihe NEW of ot The hy Mr. a nv Previous the Mr. Recs will bnt diliver his Trt will be for the AT K The Music entirely by Mr. 3a.; Price at Nine The Doors to be opened al Six iil - to commence at and the at N.B. Private to be taken by the ' ' he Golden be with J si will be repeated every LAMPS AND SPEAKING J PATENT LAMP and PIPE MANUFACTURER His &c. leave the awd discerning five years study and application tie nf so brilliant the Arsand save and made mid bv John at Lamp and Oil No. 1-2, Gig Lamps 1 lie Patent OF THE DONNE RV AUCTION At ihe 5tbof 1810, Ht COUNTRY YORKSHIRE and WOOLS 4;4lbs Irish the best and and 6-4tli8 Cambric Printed and fifteen in the Hope and a variety of other valuable Particulars and to of No. 7, ami at Tom's W. J. DONNE WILL BY LEASE ot a CAPITAL and Jl. in one of the best West particularly adapted to the and or any other room and The Premises are in lint and should the business now carried time wiil be given fur of the on approved None be treated with who cannot bring the LEASE of a HOUSE and admirably situated for in the cf possession be to the above few Shares in Concern the Hope Fire Share in an Wholesale Wine and Liquor the party being about to Personal wiil be to by 7, from eleven four MA R CH 05f f R E 15 K U NS A It E. Elegant Town completely tilled together with an assemblage of Household a suite of and to brilliant large Pier a Convex a set of and Dining Tables; elegant Glass mounted in TO BE SOLD BY By Mr. On the 3;J, the 4tb of 1810, and following at eleven ELEGANT and FASHIONABLE and other of T. Esq. deceased comprising three and lofty four-post witli made up in the present and suitable bedding tent ditto u grand pedestal and card tables to correspond double and single chesis of commode a set of ill purple leather a ditto in black room a set Of valuable large with green Covers bronze some rare cut ditto cut fir sideboards other valuable to mention in an To be sold without lo be had at the place of and at John's Turkey N. B At one o'clock will be a handsome Town witli a beautiful witl be of S- Ticket in and CO. haye had to divide among the in last and litVe Fifty of great at shed in 17.S9); and 3lj High s EX r will be N Prizes of 1,000 4 Prizes of 44................ 50 6ic &c. And FOUR EXTRA PRIZES of Whole Tickets are to be to of the first Number drawn n above 151. to respective viz. the Ticket marked ' Nos. A will receive 1,251 to 1,2/5.. 15 3,001 lo 3,0-^1.. C I to 4,775 D lo 2,.li5.. CO and Of may be MAI Dof 0ii;'j[*l4^||iii mo 1 100 100 recommend to In a few days nill be FOR THE ItI By JOHN MA. of aud Vicar of the County of ' for F. C. and of whom may be by tbe same 1. of a Price 8S.' 2. on tbe ACTS of tbe two volumes Price ' the notice of the above by improved of G 7 4 12 TICKETS and are on SALE at and facing the Gate of the A single for L 24 VJ Eighth 3 I 0 0 0 6 may gain L. 100,000 2.5,000 12,5t)0 CHEAP LOrrERY TICKETS AND only ll. Ms. 6x1. which is sixteen Shillings cheaper Other as cheap in ' ' IVi at No. 117, No. 14,'Parliament-street; No. 65, Fleet and No. 121, respectfully inform tbe Public that with less profit than charge only the following A Ticket - 34I. 48. An Half A - Eighth A 9ix(ceni|i 3 I 11 The of the Prizes of the Shares is secured by the Tickets from which they arc made are ail nt the Stamp Stage and will be a handsome NEW STATE TO BE DRAWN IN and Co. respectfully inform tbe that TICKETS and SHAKES for the present STATE LOTTERY are on sale at No. Royal The Scheme is on the same Improved as tlie as Number of Mode Drawing &c. and presents in addition to the 2015^1^'it>S|.
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