Age And Argus, February 22, 1845

Age And Argus

February 22, 1845

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Age And Argus (Newspaper) - February 22, 1845, London, Middlesex AND�. "The very Age and Body of (M\Time, its Form and Pressure United Series. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1845. Price Sixpence. H E R M A J E S T Y'S THEATRE. SEASON, 184S. The following: Outline of the Arrangements for the ensuing Season Is respectfully presented to the Nobility, Subscribers, and the Public : - Enoa'Oemrnts for tub Opkra.-Madame Grlsl, Madame Anaide Castellan (of the Imperial Theatre, St. Petersburg, her first appearance at this theatre), Mdlle. Bfambllla, Mdlle. Rossetti, Madame Rita Borlo (of the principal theatres in Italy, and of the Royal Theatre, Madrid, her first appearance in this country), and Madame Rossi Caccla (of the Theatre Royal, Lisbon, her first appearance in this country). Slgnor Morlani, Slgnor Corelll, Slgnor F. Lablache, Slgnor Botelll (of La Scala, Milan, his first appearance in this country), and Slgnor Mario, Slgnor Pornasarl, and Signor Lablache. In addition to the above combination of talent, a conge has been obtained, and an arrangement effected t*y which Qlgnor Barrollhet (of the Academic Royal de Paris) will be secured tor a limited number of nights. Director of the Music, Composer, and Conductor, Slgnor Costa. Thk Orchestra will be on the same scale as in the past year. The Choruses will be numerous and effective. Chorus-master, Signor Bonconsiglio. Ballet.-Mdlle. Carlotta Grlsl,'Mdlle. Lucile Orahn, Mdlle. Cerito, Mdlle. Louise Weiss j Mdlle. Ferdinand, Mdlle. Demelisse, Mdlle. Casson, and Mdlle. Moncelet (of the Academic Royale de Paris, their first appearance at this theatre), and Madlle. Tagjionl (her farewell season)-the talent of this eminent artiste has been secured for a few farewell nights, previously to her taking leave of the stage. M. St. Leon, M. Gosselin, M. di Mattia (of the Theatre Royal, St. Carlos, Naples), M Bertrand (� f the Academic Royal de Paris), M. Perrot, and M. Toussaint (of the Academic Royal de Paris)-his first appearance In this country) ; with a numerous and efficient corps de ballet. Engagement has also been effected for a few nights with the thirty-six Danseuses Viennoises, who have lately appeared with extraordinary success at the Academic Royal de Paris, and who will appear at the opening of the theatre, before Easter. Principal Artiste of the theatro, Mr. Marshall i Leader of the Orchestra, M. Tolbecque ; Maitre de Ballet, M. Perrot; Sous Maltre de Ballet, M. Qosselyn ; Regisseur de la Danse, M. Bertrand ; Leader of the Ballet, M. Nadaud ; Composer of the Ballet Music, Slgnor Pugni. Arrangements have been made for the appearance of Signor Morianl and Signor Fornasarl for the opening of the theatre before Easter. The subscription will consist of the same number of nights as last season. The repertoire will consist of a selection from the worts of the most admired composers. The theatre will open on Saturday, the 1st of March, when will be produced, ftrettime in this country, Verdi's new opera, ERNANI, with new scenery by Mr. Marshall. Ernani, Signor Morlani j Ruy Gomez, Signor Fornasari; Carlo Quinto, Slgnor Botelll; and Elvira, Madame Rita Borio. To conclude with a new ballet, by M. Perrot, entitled, LA FILLE DE LA DRYADE. The music by Slgnor Pugni. The scenery by Mr. Marshall. In which will appear Mdlle. Lucile Grahn, Mdlle. Louise Weiss, Mdlle. Ferdinand, Mdlle Demelisse, Mdlle. Casson, Mdlle Moncelet, &c. M'. Toussaint, M. Gosaelyn. M. dl Mattia, M. Bertrand, M. Perrot, and the Danseuses Viennoises. THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY LANE.- On Monday, The BOHEMIAN GIRL. And DER FREISCHUTZ. On Tuesday, " ROBERT THE DEVIL. Supported by Messrs. Harrison, King, Borrani, Weiss j Miss Ralnforth, Miss Romer. And other Entertain ments. Private Boxes and Stalls to be had of Mr. John Parsons at the Box-office, from Ten to Six o'clock each day. THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY LANE.- Mr. BUNN has the honour of announcing to the Nobility, Gentry, and Public generally, that his ANNUAL BENEFIT will take place on MONDAY, MARCH 3, 1845, when a ieries of attractive entertainments will be submitted to their patronage. Private Boxes, Stalls, and Tickets to be had of Mr. Bunn, 4, St. James's-place, and at the Box-office of the Theatre. Engagement of Mr. Parry. T First Night of a new Comedy, by the author of " The Climbing Boy." 'HEATRE ROYAL, HAYMARKET.- jl Lessee, Mr. Bknjamin Wkbitis. On Monday, a new Comedy, In Three AcU, called The SHERIFF OF THE COUNTY. Principal characters by Messrs. Farren, Webster, Buckstone, Holl, Brindal, Miss Bennett Miss Pettiu, Mrs. Glover. After which, GRANDFATHER WHITEHEAD. And HOW TO PAY THE RENT) in which Mr. Collins will appear. On Tuesday, A Comedy. " The Irish Ambassador." And the " Milliner's Holiday." On Wednesday, A Comedy. And " My Wife's Mother." The Engagement* of the eminent Actors, M. F. Lena litre, and Mdlle. Clarisse, re limited to, and will positively terminate after, Nine Representations. run Night of the Popubu�Play of " Don Cesar de Satan," as originally performed in Paris by M. Frederick Lemaltre more than one hundred consecutive Nights. FRENCH PLAYS. ST. JAMES'S THEATRE On Monday Evening, Mr February 84, tne Performances will commence at :k Precisely, with DON CESAR DE BAZAN. Don Cesar de Bacan. Bight O'CIOC----., vw.ns> ttm. mms.m.m. wa \*m- M. F. Lemaitre i La Marl tan* (Cbanteuse des Rues), Mdll*. ClarisM Ob Wednesday, February Si, Second Time, " Don Cesar de Bacan." And " Le Peptt Amoureux." 47th Week, and �7*d Night of the Season I Being the Uat Week hut One of the Company's performing previous to the Easter Holidays \ Mat, 6*d, and tad Nights of ' Valentine and Orson '" which, with undiminished attraction, still continues its Triumphant career ( hiring outlived ail iu competitors, and being uigntir received with ahouu of laughter and applause ( this, literally, owe Devouring Plain* of Triumph, will he repealed every Evening up to the end of the Season 11 1^HEATRE ROYAL, LYCEUM. Under the Management of Mrs KEELEY On Munaey, Tu*eany, and Veauoaday nect, Peurusvr Mtu, sMfc, and aotu, Uoufias Jarruld's Comedy of TUH PeUnONKfl OP Waft. CauUUi Channel, Mr Emery, Pail mail, air. stentey* OUrina, alias Walnutt, Polly PaiUnaii, Mrs. ganlitr Alter wblcii, Tne UUiltiV OP MONOUft, or, The Veteran and hit Prugaur To auBolud* with (slat time; the New fit end OparaUs, Hutturinal, Hnwiantii, Pautucaiotioal. Nuriswuu* EaUavafauM, entitled VALENTIN* AND tfllttON, m a seals uf Mag"**'** ** Splendour hitherto wui uf the power ut ��� Tiwaue Ui attain PriuninaJ shaiaobv* hy Maesr* 9 MatthewMat/ Winn, ColUar, Turner, IGuusab, Vartwid, and Keater, Mr* Wigan, Artfcsn, Mia* PMfwJUthai, Mies Oiovs, Mrs sVouuIdge, Mia* James, Mia* uar, and Mr* fats*?, ffui�* or Aoatieeine -Halmm* Suae*, ** , Upper Noaas, a* , mi. {MtfaWr. ftd Ummi Mm-Utiam>r aW*�, a*, Upper Buses, u Ad , PM, Private Suss* **>. as., rft li* ad , and af i M4H4Km^KMKt^mMy of every Sescriptian, which will he found, iur �Ms*wpd�l8l|�fMBp>> **ot tv be s^unued by any other A seiaot Stnab uf alapsMje VMusae* tor Present* HODGSON �id ABBOTTS PALE ALE - llw Uiei-MUif pu|Ni*at*tr of Mm* Mre and genuine AIM, which ha* maluiaiuMl iu rsputeiiun ih^ail awwtars uf Jf, t^uWbr wetviy a Csnturf and laHsllaT ssie-ssAtswilr fsuyisuisMga^i ksf tLum ^saBSBWdasi wsaeT^^vas^vg' �^^^�^s^^sw^^nv^^^w wg7 WBpev BevsVage Iur the must awlnate nuM tDWlB ANNOfT, Ctw* Opeina. tsfTtinsmduwah eta* Umu+, #7. Prinaee-eUeei, ls and uihar*, Ufi"&t>~mSi Vm* siuhM. 4d . "-t-swsfi Ii .BmSBm, a* ad �tmmm * A* ( . . . _ . - ..... PftustuM.iM a* iainSs-uf Jit insifa iu, *m40*4uw, tTsSiaf sdrem t*M�eJ�i Aae*tr� piieiiiaiu Va-tra-lliig. mm **ci twusiug g4*wl* un Mst p�swuW in an/ uufHsti ill jsV I atJiisimi" netwMi tut v�k GENERAL po8t-OFFICE, February 7, i84s. NOTICE is hereby given, that Her Majesty's Postmaster-General will be ready to receive Tenders, on or before the first day of March next, at Twelve o'clock, for running a Mall Coach with two Horses between LONDON and DOVOR, vlA CHATHAM and CANTERBURY. The Conditions may be seen on application to the Post Offices at Dovor, Chatham, and Canterbury, or at the Office of the Surveyor and Superintendent of Mall Coaches In London. The Tendertt are to be Endorsed Tenders for the " London and Dovor Mall. Coach," Sealed up and addressed, to Her Majesty's Postmaster-General. By Command, W. L. MABERLY, Secretary. BETTS'S PATENT BRANDY CAPSULED.- CONSUMERS of BRANDY are respectfully Informed, that J.T. BETTS, Jun.. and Co., will not be responsible for any BOTTLED BRANDY that Is not protectedSgalnst fraudulent substitution, by the Patbnt Mbtallic Capsulss^ embossed with the words " BETT8'S PATENT BRANDY, 7 , 8MITHFIELD BARS." Sold by the most respectable Wine and Spirit Merchants, in Town and Country, at 3s. 6d. per Bottle, the bottle Included. Bbttb's Patent Brandy Is used, In preference to Foreign, at Gut's, St. Gborob's and the other principal Hospitals, &c. throughout the Kingdom. Attention is especially requested to the security avfohded by thk Patbnt Mbtai.lic Capsulxs. Country Dealers are advertised in the Provincial Journals ; and lists of London Dealerx inay be obtained at the Dibtillkry, where quantities of not less than Two Gallons may be supplied, in bulk at 18s. per Gal., and In bottles, cases and bottles Included, at aos. per Gallon. 7, SMITHFIELD BARS. HENDRIE'S OLD BROWN WINDSOR SOAP So long celebrated for improvement, is a perfectly mild emollient soap, highly salutary to the skin, and pots easing au aromatic and lasting perfume : each packet is labelled with Perkins's steel plate of Windsor Castle. A variety of highly perfumed Soap Tablets, prepared without angular corners. Good family Soap at Is per lb. packet. HENDRIE'S PRESERVATIVE TOOTH- POWDER, an effectual preparation for beautifying the teeth, and preserving them in a sound and healthy condition ; is exceedingly agreeable to the month and, divesting the teeth of every Impurity, increases the beauty of the enamel in polish and colour. Superior tooth-brushes and brushes of every description, for the toilet, manufactured in the best npxnner and on the most approved principles. WARREN'S MILK of ROSES, PREPARED by . ROSSER.-This Innocent composition, entirely from vegetable materials, is the most delightful cosmetic ever invented for rendering* the skin clear, soft, and delicate; it has for seventy years maintained its superioritv over all imitations, and remains unrivalled for beautifying the .complexion. The Ss. bottle is more economical than the smaller sine, and is in a nevr envelope to ensure the> genuine. R. HENDRIE, Perfumer to Her Majesty, IS, Tichbourne-street, Quadrant. MRS. DONALDSON takes this opportunity of announcing to her Patrons and Friends, that she has provided herself with her usual Spring Stock, and now offers the undermentioned articles to the Public at the Lowest Prices for Rxaoy Moket. MRS. DONALDSON can vouch for the quality of all articles that are purchased at her Establishment, 182 a, OxFoan-sTaaxT, opposite Harewood-piace. List or Pbicbi. � s d Gentlemen's best Beaver Hats.................................... 1 0 0 , Very best light Paris Naps .......................... 0 18 0 ,, Gossamer Hats...................................... 0 0 0 Paris Naps.......................................... 0 10 0 Do. do.......................................... 0U0 , Good Livery Hat* (Beaver) ......................... 0 10 � , Very Superior , ........................ 0 18  Very Light Ladies Riding Hats................................... 0 11 0 A great variety of Children's Hats, Cloth and Velvet Capsi also a large assortment 0/ Umbrellas, Parasol*, etc., ate. 1SS a, OXFORD STREET, opposite HAaawoOD-rtAc*. AJJXHALL COMPOSITE CAN DLE S> ��d. per lb. PRICK'S PATENT CANDLES, lOfd. per lb. These are the London cash prices, but the Country ones vary with the distance from town. Both sorts burn exactly a* well a* the An est wax, and are cheaper, allowing for the light, than Tallow Moulds. Sold wholesale to the trade by Bow ask paics and Co., Belmont, VauxhaU j Palmkb and Co., Sutton.srrect, Clerkenweili and Wss. Masxbakt, 80s, Regent-circus, Oxford-street. Until these Candies become generally sold throughout the country, EnwAso Pares and Co. will supply any private families unable to obtain them in their own neighbourhood, with a quantity not leas than sfft worth, direct Cram the factory. On a lift being sdrtrssicn to Balrenat. VanxhsUl, enclosing s fost-oMoo Order for Mi, (payable to Edward Price end Co., not to Edward Price, or Mr. Price,) they will forward a bos of tats VauxhaU Composite, or of the other*, or a mixed box, as may be directed, to that amount. GREAT B EI TAIN MU T U A L LIFE ASUSRANCS. 14, Waterloo-piece, Pali-malt, London The Chiehoim, Ohaiiman.-Wiiliam Moriey, Em., Deputy Cbatrsnan GREAT ADVANTAGES OFFERED TO tfuCY-UOLDCRS BY THIS INSTITUTION. m , A large and tnrr^'T*- stinsssinn 0/ assurances by the transfer of the Policies of the >rAc�Ui*� Sritist) and Porehja Uf* A*�ursnn� Associating CPaortrs] -Th� whole uf the ftatu divided Annually among the attar payment of Svc Annual Prssuium* ... .... An tin*4- marsnlsed Capital, in addition tu tne fund continually < latinsTtmii Pressium* fully sutUsnd tu asTurd uunudete security. ^*a^?lE,<' Mswbers fur half the aaBOuatat MstsVrat Ere ACredtlaWsd'u1 l^AM^rSm wfaou- 0/ the nret Ave kmrntm Pi mill � 1, on *aUstaoUirr security UnWig given �ur then WW**" _ _ _ Claim* un Puucle* *** �*t"* �� }�_}&*^ �** u ^uaauu. in seen us**. i�< sflenarai Msstfiaf of the gf ^ SatngMsmlnir* u' th* Suaiet�, and mtitkm m  tmgssSl^BtuVL tn* tuuani hum tn� tuutuuc^i �