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   British And Indian Observer (Newspaper) - May 2, 1824, London, Middlesex                                Price 7d. CALCUTTA DIRECT. Passenger* only. To I;. ffpai Gravespnd early, ip Jupp^ t'le Hp j. Qwnjpaay's cfertorelihip B6TNE, borthtin 500 tdfls, GEORGE STE-' CoBimiider, (late of t}ie ftab. Conpany's. extra, dbip. Cold8tre|um,\ Hag alppop.. wiJJi exjreUeu t Ai^conmodatians, and ckine� a Snreeon. Torjpknicnlafs aippjyto the COraraaoder, �t t)M4��asa(hi Ccfllee-JWMHe.:Jio. 35, mrogmortopratfesfc; or to.JobB ao4 Tiu>(na8 Da^g^^, $, BU^iter'sq^^e. ...DIRECT, thf! fast-filing ship SIMR-_ f: HtSPfft Y'M^^SDN; Comm^Dder/(of the i^W-<*(teaBW)?8 Sefwe). Burtb^p 300) ton�.-Lyin^ id Uk City CaqaltLiqiehpuse. T)iis aMp oarries a Sureepn, aj^d b$� ''stiperiftr A^commodanonk for Passeneeri/ For freight 'or pa�- Coffee-HtQises ; to M^rs. Fraser, Nicol and Cp. 8t, Hello's 'Place, 9teh�p9gate^reet; Jbhe CbapinaD &Co. % beadenhatl-^tiiqet.; 4h; tp J ?iWn. WIM. SAiii. ON'THE 10r� JPNE, AN19 HA* aOOM FCFR LIClHir GOODS, (MrLy.       ;  jiivf tie Bast^IiMtu Iinpqrt Jjoc^,.. Hfu superior Accomm�da^ox>8. fer Itew^n^ aa� carries a Sowein.   For fi^tttt or pastap: ap- __1 co. Hq, 4, Adam'8-<;ourt. Broa . lieil Benjamin Eamoiistotie, Esq. Joaep^ L&iuUe, Esq. Joh;i Williamson Ful(on, E^q. Thomas Houldanortb, Em. M.P. CaptainHunry Kater, F.R.i>. Charltia Elton Preapott, Esq. P�tfrUeler8an,E8q. AJf lender Robertaon, Eu^, M.P. Samuel Sliinner, Eaq. Colonel Mark Wilfa. Sir William Voting, hart. Auditors-David Barclay, Esq., Fred. Manning, Esq., Henry Dance, Eaq. Banjter*-AJewra. Bosanquetand Co., Meaar^. Coutta and Co. Mathematical Inspector-Thomas Young, M.D. F.R.S. Physitian-Th�na� Young, M.IXTF.R.8. A�8�5jtoBt Pbyaician-Jiuoea Bartiett, M.D. Standing CoiunseJ-Oliver Anderclon, Eaq. Sprveyor-'-iiaimiel Ueazley, fiaq. jlesideqt Siniciialcndeait-WiBi�m Aq^jr^m, E^. The olijoct of this institution ia to combine the advafiiyige8.^af those previously eatabliabed, to give t�the aaaured that inabeoce in the pi^nagriucnt pf theafiaira of ttie Socisty wb^b-t|>^^ '�-portant interests demand, and to auperadd the pantmpiiot prjoci-ple of ^ki^|rfoieoc� MckMivelyjg|ri|ui(ide ^ llnu mSk of Ua '^Tne luurancfltof'^rBaS^pSipw eoAftnAd.toliotr claHea, in both departiticmlr,^4rWchlKetab�tcaMu1\a�estiffarion haa dc- l90P�U'at9a, nil! at unce^fTord additional 4cc|irity and ad vaota|;e to the asiu^ed, and increased profit to the proprietary. frhl?i>uciitty (villgront annuities, andoWmenUfor children, &c. and will purchase anuuiiies, reveriiuiia, and otber coniingvut in-tereaia. Instruction!! for policii's will l>e received at 10. Regent-street: jUHlat Mcsitrs. Boaiinquet aud ()u'a., until the Qlbce� of the Society are ready for tlic reception of ibe tjgtablinhmeDt. Juat Pjubli^hed, in One Vol. 6vo. price 16a. boards. nnUE WONDEKS OF ELORAj or,.the Narrative of J. a Journey to the Temples and Dwellings excavated out of ,MoiintMiii uf Gnuiitc, and extending opwards of a mile and a quarter in length, at ELOHA, in the East Ipdi^t by the Route ofPoona, Ahmed-Nuggnr, and Toka, returning by Dowlutabad ndAcurvngabad. With geo�ral Oba�rvationa en the People and Country. ByJ.B.SEELY, Captain in fie Bombay Na.ive Infantry, and late iathe Military Service of bis lligJuieaaXbei ry of jibe antique ag�, of men, J)e lost among mankiqd}-.\keniide. ' Althougb theAsseoibly, onWedondaf evening, far eclipsed !all the precedidg'ones.daring this i^asoa, it was ni)t.so fally attended as. was expected. Prababtr the postponement of the Ck>urt, which prevent^ maajr fomilies coming up to town, was 'the raose. As it wa�' the nuMt briHiant party, there was a cor-respondbff gaiety; in fa^t, the dancipg.wfis kept-up with great spirit till three o'clu^k.-^^There were present: - 1   Dukes-Wellington, Argyll. Ducbeascs-ArgvHj Mootfvee. A5arquiae8-Qi^bao), toadooderry, Caermarthen. Marchidnessfjs-LoncloDaeiTy,W�terford, Ernijv Londonderry. Barls^kinabnll, 6be8(erfie)^ Westmorland^ Errol. CooDtess^s)-Afurle^, St. Antonio, Seftoo, Lunerick, Orford. Lords-Castle^reagh, fl. Thynne, W. Russell, King, Ren-dlesham, AndoVer. Ladiear-rFaget, Walpole, G. Nugent, Reodksham, Molyneox, (two), C.Fauiett, Fortesque (two), M. B�naet, Bere�(brd, H. Bagot, Grantbatn, A. Bereaford, Jane Anncslev, Oglr, Hope, H. Haye, G. Fani, E Palft, Pery (two), H. Hope,'Forbes ftwdj, A. Beck^ G- Stewart, MiUnau, Codringtoo, GEafaam (two>, G. R35der, C, Gordop, S. Bailey, A. Vernon. ' Sir--G. Barofyfde. C l call ttant a per dramatis pertottm wetf. dialogue, and marring th wn and ^"st7�m�'a-stregg^^t^ yut^ac^. ( 'Bti* a>�< fisw?^y.^� nt of the establisbmeat were displayed bis Majesty's initials, in very Urge characters ; above which was a royal coronet of immense s'lze, and underneath was a British anchor, displayed in amber-colonred lamps. The Alfred Club house-This establishment excited a deal of curiosity, from the manner in wbicb it was decorated, in f.ontof the balcony were bis MajeHy's initials, with a IV. in the centre, and an imperial regal coronet at top, of great magnitude. Tbe whole was brilliantly illuminated by 2,000 jets of gas, aupplied from tbe main pipe. The whole was encircled with wreaths or laurel. In Bond-street, Piccadilly, and tbe Strand, the Royal tradesmen's bouses were more or less illuminated. In the City tbe illuminations were not very general. In Holbom ae%-eral of bis Majesty's tradespeople displayed illuminatious of very brilliant and splendid appearance. Among tbe grandest were those of Mr. Schenci4er, Mr. Marshall, Mr. Lincoln, Mr. Long, and Mr.  Mott,  who exhibited a curious transparency, of which the following is a description : Britannia, seated in a car, drawn by ten horses, h.)lding in berbaad a medallionof her favourite ; while Fame, in a lof^y situation, is proclaiming to the worid the excenencies of our Monarch ; with one or two well-conceived attendants; on one ,side of Ibis spacious transparency " G." On tbe other side " R." '^Roy^^^s'.'vauxball.-At six o'clock, a.m. the Royal Standard waa hoisted over the orchestra- P�ags were dnftiayed ia r�w.n8 elevated ,8iti�ti� rd chanorffor took Ws seat on the niooUaiek. 11itt1llai�t49f WAFTESBORY presented a petition fwfitt lne-ft|(h-enf^ of the county of Fife, praying for the coattoaati(U) Uf tS^'4�inties on the beri ing-fishery. Tbe {Mkmhig blHs were committed':-the proctors' coals bUki the conaty trea^ttners (lvi4a�ri) bai; ttie constabuUry (ireUno) bail ^irtsh TAsMs bili, and the innkeepers' allowancea BIR. Tbf fiaH of OO^I^O presented-a peiition frorn tWe fifaeiaittins of the tajuajv of Armagh, praying to be exem|^ted fifDiB ^ secret socieo^ 6iD. � SofdilUFF^TOQI |>res�nteil a>.milar petilioafnftm some other freemasoBsin Ireland.-.\djoamcd, BoySE CfV LORDS, TiroRspav. Tbe Irish coaAabulsry b>ll, the Irish cou'i^ii easu!Nta'-()i^, flie MA recor^'-b^, and Vtte iunkeep^' allu^iuicqs biUr �!ere e^d^a third tiine, And pas^eil.-.\dj<*uT*d. - ^ SPORTIJViS: STATE OF THE ODDS,-BBfrmo Room, Apru. JRK J,^ 200 Gnirfeas Stdt^ ilfxt Monday. 5 io-4 tin Cydmas iig�ii tii.differeut recrniting parties in Great Britain, to discoat.-nitej^ ralisClucnt of any more men for tbe 97tb rrgiment, it -=--"-the last rctuma, that tbe quota, allotted to be i that portion of Ae Vnited Kinj^Join, ha:i ----� �**fl^ll�<�b<�nrereiveirs each, the surplus to be paid in specie, for horses, &c. of all agea.-Two ivirWalfs Dupore. 'i vrs, 8st 71b ;  Mr Farquharson's Figaro, yrs, 8^1 7ih ; Mr Petrc's Tlieodore. 5 yrs. 8st 71b ; Ld Kennedy's Negoti.iU.r,   yrs, 8.it 71b;  Ld Sligo's Arrogance, 4 yrs, 7st 12)b; C.l. Yates's Mendax. 4 yrs 7st 121b. SweepsUikesofSOgseach, lOgs ft. for 2 yrs old colls, 8.t ..lb; ^ and fillies, Sat.-T. V. C l^from tlio recruiting parties tk?b�gbo..t Gi�it Britain aud Ireland, .itappenrs th
                            

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