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   British Press (Newspaper) - July 8, 1820, London, Middlesex                                or,. !iiiio,.(i(| Number 5488. � i rf^RH RVENING, SAT-U^DaV. Jwlf !fif, TtfE PROVOKED'HUSBAND.- ,Miiii(len.>. L�i)y T'wnjv, M:T?wWrW�St;..l^,)y,Gp^a, M�ii ,*''g�;ri..ta'ly,,\yr(l\islie(n}t- Mr?, Hsclose-V Mis3,Jei|-nVj Mai' (hiiie Vfstris     ' - j i '        ' lMva�i V.t?tt- 'i^rrij, Will lie-Bcted, the Couie'Sy of ^     wWw\< ted, the Comedy of        ^   . THE clanDEh TINE M^AIHITaOE.' ,   , *i Corfnoi', Soi^,'MC Fgerlou, Don Firolo orYii>)i;'KftVaS.^Nliss i:8K0ihsbii.'' � -� ' ' '   " '   ' - ,t� ftti ItfrtitadmtrediTrlp.'fCbingCbitQuaWi" byM.�lss� Llvc,.!^�!i^s AVor-stmaii, aiidrMr. VA'ilkiuson. TbejtpSi^iyiisjSaloon has been.agarn tastefully fitted up w'itb^'it iiet# de)(^�,.'represet\tiWff a  r-iiis Most Ejicclieiit -MAJ ESIY, . � '"^ tWEsintfitr; � Hlft Giace tlie Bnke'of JSORTHUMBERLANJ). VICE^PRESIPENTS 'the Rieht fton. Sir Arcbi- '� bold Macdonialli,: Bart. . The Right Hon,. 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