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   Courier (Newspaper) - June 6, 1809, London, Middlesex                                TUESDAY, JU.YE 6 PRICE S J XPEXCEJIALFPRNWY. VAUXflAljfj,-LuJer t?.e Patronage of fiis IJojal iilxiiiM^Uo'JVimcKr WfiU-s -T()-MOritU)\V, Jiiic 7. fie (Jir�l.'iB'.^rill   {J;m;N f.ir i!i ii �i(!iu jin�l la^tnimrntal ;Mi�ic_^ I'riucijjiil Vocal IVrfiiniicr Mr. ]VliV.-Fcron.-atnJ Afiis Acrw.   Mr. IJimk will Vnt^nK-:it tliV Orjian.  l^eadiT �f Wie H.ind, AJr. Hr.jnks.   At iheeiirt ..t ; JIh* ft�rt-Ht, IhaJlfjfrimriJp j>ierf ..f Alprlianiini, jlie IJ.hp. i CAJyi-;,,wUl Iw exhib-ti'cl; iiml Uii- UoyaJ .MViil.irv, Cale- | tUiiiian. .Rud'Turkiiili {{.tiiiimiii[i Aiitlieni and (i".! 'J'hnJ.n i-i p'>i>:i.Iuvl, \ty Mr. Cenipnt, IJ�;ikaiMt. ��� .^uVl cUorus. accumuaniod bv double ! "' �e^"'!.""^'             '��>� �>^'i:<"i .u.ls.laKr^. tJrunis ami InrntlMines. SiC^AAmWiM 3i. fid.-Uouk ooea at '. g^^-IS'f'l'by. i!i<; t.,u,,.n.il.lc .i.f-d.c-�v.,rk: ' r.f-rnir.y will b� p.v.-,._ A.!. -I-;--.---------------- fflillcr*. Bii,.Ii I^ JOtl.N l.OCKi;. -       ------- --�------- SUB.�;('RIP:riONS ^.r^.TectiiifiaSTATUKtnSt. I OUR-IJ.AN V to t� r).-cree of the lliijh Court of Paul"* CatliedraL, to llie Memory of JOHN LOCK i:.aro i ST- < r�xrt�ed at the riillonjii' Hankers:-MtVrs. Pouii, T(i<. b, aiid-Ci>.: >!>":ii.i6. llniii-' irnrfi'lejii: Messrs. noarers and Metsrs. Jiaies, Lluyd, aaJ ^0,^ fuidnlU��^ti�r.Mj l"�iid. / .lord; P^IC.t..              0   ImIw. f.uitvr, Uq.      5  3' f�Kl<'n,. FMi1ch;iiM in the I tiuifftv tfr*Jiirrv,an ton, !',-(|;.di'ec'a*i-d, wh" died oiior a|;nut the ITtliof .T;i- ; juii iry JHVK .-irr- 10 c'>,-nc t.n .-titd |ir. a bi-iii.J.-ir iMi>iJM wSifvcr. The^obiliiy tmd Gentry may i-*!*^^! I'le M^del of tlie Sta'iie, whirhis now linislied, at Mr. \\V;liiiacolt's, i\Jui:�i-stieet. Rerkley-vqiiare.  It is reqocslVd all Letters an the fiibjert iiia\ be .iddrcss-r.hri(J)>e tliron^lrSbiiiboria", ti� the vil-i-iSe of Ighthiiin.in Itic coHiily of Keui. N�ricc     '------' - .sacti contract. The Trustees \�^ia)C ready to rccfiv at the jnlnc-trtne. Tenders for llic biL-imc. l)v Coatnict. two Toll . ifouS(!Sund Gtitcs. -A part.'cular of the ivnrk to be i-.cr-Wined may be immcdiatelv liad at the oflice of Messrs. Seotmesa!idSon,1'anbr:dse Town. Bv  ctnded, all the diinjerthal wa :t'iy 1>-ivc the SJltis-I ('ivtiotHo be able to promi-e to coiiiiniic sellinj; .a: llieir usnal jir re^, wbifb .-ire a- liy Wholesale in Ireland.-They ielfno ariide-bid Irish Liiu-u. aMil ii.il Ifss than a j)ieto ; each \ (lii-ee i� (:i> u-nal-) w;irr;ii:!eil .-is (n, fabric,ami to be bleavh-' ed 11(1 rhe ^r;i-^, nnd the nioiicv retunieil if a fault a]t)iears. -Orders exeriilcJ u'ith |iunciu,ility.-Cash for Uank of Ireland Mole.s. Sevcr.-il Imitation's of therr psl.-jbli-hment being lately put up, 'jilenne to notin lliat their only hou^e in Londuil i:, No. '4, (South Si-Jc) IlloonisbuTv-Mpia're. O'UKIKN. Agfnt to llio Company. JL CV It IKS.-To be /)isposX-t) of. nit or before t.'ie first of Jannnry 1810. an KS I'A KI.IS^KD UOSI.N 1-:SS In a priicipnl '/'nwii, wiitiin a day's joaniey �frfni^ .Mrtr e-i |>ni.-|)cpt�, paritciilarly forsucli a- vish to make tlie pr:ic!iceof iMi-dtriiip thi-ir obiect. l-'or parficiliirs Jijijiiy to ^Jes-r-. lIo�nr;l, .\o. SiO, Cannoii-jtreet. K. �V 4 J ,________ of SAlNi' AIARV-LM-UONi:, u, ihetJoFOjay Sf Middleijcx.-The Ditectors aiid Guardians *ftlie 'Poor -will meet at the Worli-himsc in Xorthnniber-'and-Vtreet, �ti" thrKiid Parish, on Frid.-iy the Dlh of June, rfeVtye �Propofats, and Contrirt with anv lVr�>'iior Per-vins tosupjilv lhefidlowii>garticle;:-<5 VorlJ-fcflttse r.forcy.Vid, free of expcnce;   I'ro-^'Vi6�tis:l�'l>edelivered in Wr-tii.tc, sealed np.   Intheniean ��^J||ltto�y.iCf�}KBal?Dii may be rererved by applying at the �Ifrwfliliow.^-      .By t�rder, .       S. vVAjTS, Clerk. -'"jfri?^��'?�� f*ri!1)<'Wlf� will ^� Ii�-k _ JiL) iJLufor ml^Gr-V. mTAt-K". I man:, 3fi2?Oxfocd-e!reRt. hr~s li>avc to infor n the Public,that Wsiiqiud Blue, rordyin;: \V�>'llrn, Mneii, Mn.--'litis, CttttiHlS,-Feathers, Lea:her, i\f. &r. will lie found tar itaperior tn..ajiy other Blpe inanufaclurrd, a"* in il3 full MrenstU it is perfectly iinmrent, and totally free fioni viirioiic "ftcidsgenerally rniniilaiiied'nf in all nMier lUuea. Sold in fanXimx-itlK.jiiMii&teach, with pr-ipcf direclioiij. N. fe. Onesmall bottle is snil-cieiit I'l dye a Lady's dress. V.riftlsisehw.Lilnc* Nankeen, and Vellnw Dyes, sod iu bottles, withf rofter directions. AUn may be had, jiertjia. lient Ink that will not disrhar^e, wih beanlttnl pink saucers, ~'fo~Birtn5PoMiirov7li a v of tonTiMC rj^HIHTr,TIIOllSANDPO.L\^DS, sicared by JL  ftl�rtf!ap�' tw'i Weartltouih <5iidpi aV.d Ferry-lli-at 1'o11?,�i(frofs.lhe River Wear, near SuildeVlaiid, iii l!ic County of UutIiain,Mttder the ftdloivin^ .Scheint*':- ''J'olje divWcd into fire Cl.vses of fiOOdi. each, to be at-trndeiVwith'ltenelit of suryivorshp. The 1st CIttitito be4:onjposed of persons iVnder tlieagc of 10 lye.nrsi    .     ' lite 2d CInsj lo Tie composed oF persons of 10 and audcr tlie fige ofSOyears.' 1 The.Sd Cki!-3 to be cotnposiJ of persons of CSand under the The 4th Class to be co(np'<;ed of persons of 33 and under the age of'40 years. The 5th Class to be composed of persons of 10 years and upwards. Koch -Class t'l-conMst of fiO shnres �f lOHf. The'above siiill i'fiJlMlOOJ. carries iii| l ;it .^1 per cent, per ..."       igrly^ Nominees, aisiuoi, uihI will be paid to the Sidtst ribers half-yearly, the increased, iitlerest arising from Ihe dewth of Nomi until the furviviikfNominees nr.- reduced by death to Btx in �>ncli Cl:iss� when lite pritirip;:! nionev or securities of such re-�Uired Class, vrill be traivsferred to the survivors, in shares of V.)UShS ftiriiislifil complftcly at a few ilays Notioc, in the tirrtstjle of nindeni rii-!iioii aii .rrip-t;�ii of Furniture in tin" UjUmLier^ niill Cv\iiig Carriages, set out Inside nianv olb-rs lo.� nninerotts m memioo : Xiverpoiil I'Ap-dilinus I'cist Co;iches, only one night out, y.vt'ry trnirning at six. Jliiljlit-jid ;ui>l SoTih'Wales Mail every P.viMiiiig. ' .Hii!\he.id,   .shi-ewsluiry and   Uinniirg'tatn   Aevr . Pyst Cn:K ties e\erv tjiorniiig at nine.  LuJlow, WiUr.  ,,�',/,,,:',,.;,,,. it,shall.beimid ofl\niiddiH:Wd iK-fore the NVtmiWsin H^^^^^^ ,        , . ,  ^ eich Class ai� reduced by death to sVx. it shall be divide:! ' ^""'"""'^ "S      CmUacIs mivj ht utn at the Score into five �H](ui share?, and the share of .-arh CltiiS n'lay.-with thccopeiitof a majority of iheriieu Subscribers in suchClass, lie tliviitedequally acnrt'ig>l Ihein, ' ' The jnjpfest on the .sii!ire.-i subsctiUed for lo Cammencc--from iiSh JjoT^niber, lSd9, at d all SolHcriptions to be cqm-l)I('led,,aiKt:Komiuatiuu of Lives made, ou u'r^bcftire (he i;t Stibscrtpiions will be received bv Mr. Thomas Cmwhall, at his Office in the Cliie, JSe�caslle-up >ii-Tvnr, to whom all letters Qiiist be post paid. The Stihispribers to dcpsjit 101. f"|^ each Share of 100^ at thetime of sulisnribiiig, whicl) uiil i�e forfeited, in m^te the '�uin SB{>|^cribt*d i.< mil paid up on �r before thd.^t January, . IKIO;' nn'd'llie SHbsr-riorrs tire reqniMed Jo stale, nt the time - of.^-iubscri.bingy jliie uf as may be tc.riite/�,ci^ tract for rt,Hrf>)ing by luinl and tenter C'irriiii;.i UVJ l^-adt of UATv TI.Mtti-.R, miut �wsrtnhit'stiirj, wiihiittt eiiiiiff op ^teps to anvof thrin.  The ; trad for rt,Hm)iag by *>oraa�eaUprTrecily free from �hmii.s.a�idthrceilh�iv^^^ I OATv Tl.UBi-.R, m., *'�*y;-e�cty Bath tiirery privaie, beimf �cp;irjMe from �irn ; Ueptford Yardj m-d < �c�ftiiho �g to the tle'ici'e stiite of his cyvs, hi� M.ijcsly wa.s nat st (lotrn, li.it he e,*vn auJk-nce to aeveral of the Nol).Illy, l5i-hops, kc. at IJiickiiigb.iin Hou�p. I Tbf inariiiii^ was, as uiual, iishored in with the ' rioijin" of at noou '.Iv I'ark. anJ Tower guiii were fireil, the ships io the Thnnn-^ dsplayi-il their Cot'Mtr?, anJ the Ji i?s and st4'j(J;irJs of the iJnitcd Kit>gtloin were lMi-tv;d o.t the ilillerent churches anil jinhlic TnitkLhs;?. The streets in the ne;i^t:!>o'irhood of the Palace were cro-Ailcd to an cxies^, andtlie windows, in Si. JaTne.-'.s-.i( reel in pariicii'.ar, t-xhihiti-d adjsiilay of beauty and spien-do'.ir not to be witnessed in any countiv. fler Ma.ie�ty's Drawing-room was i.ncommon-fy erortded aod splendid; and .so br.iliaiit a dn-jilay of nuilf, beaofy, and f-ishion. his seldn'ii been wiitiesSi'd even on similar occasioi;?^ The CQW4J^i�y voo*tnueit^'jing to ttic Parate from fealf ^Ica^itwct'MJrt nB4r vSome �f fhei;ijmoan w�Mi keptfof hoitrsltt^tfi^r car Ret to tUq {) in'.'-. The ibroiigof carriages, wfc~ so great, that St. J.inir.'i'i s'recl w.is freq'teiitly blocked o',), .tiid Ihe line occasionally leached to ihe iicighboiirliood of Bcrkeiey-stj-iare, and several streets roiitid the stjuare wi-re bl icUcd op. .\t two o'dock his Royal Highness t'lc I'Vince of \V.\i.f.s attd his suite proa-cded in stale carriajjes with dressetl liveries, from Ciirltoti-honsc to tlic g -, Leiou and Bloo.m-Fir.r.w. i Her Majesty and the Piiivcf:s=es entered the I Grantl C'tttjci! DimmOirat a quarter pisl two.- The Ode shortly after cotninenced, under the direction (f Sir \V. Paiisons, wlio, to meet 4he wi.shesof his .MAjisry, adapted it lo IIa\oi'.i/s music. It was from the Opera of J^'^luriduiite, the overture and the whole of which constituted a luu.^ treat. Among the numerous company at the Drawing Room were ;- Their Roya! llii;hae�es the Prince^ves Aitgu-sta, F.lisa-b.'lli, Mary, and S pMa ; the Prince-s of Wale- ; the DuchefS ol \ ork; the Priiice.-s S.i|)hiu of (iloiutester; the Prjiice of W'iiles.; the Uukisof ^'ork, Clarenro, Cuinlierland, Kent, Cainlindcp, and tilnurc.-t.T; tlie Archbir-hnps of Canler-Iniry, ^Krk, and Tiiani ; the l.'inl Cli.-.uc-H-^r{ t.'ie Lord Pii-i.lpxt of titi-C-'iiincil: the Lord Privy .St-al; the Kirst l.or.l "f the i'r.-a-ury^ tli* Master (Jeiie"-al of the ()r;1i;;iure ; ttie l-'ii-t Loidot the Adiniraltv ; th>' l-^ri'-i.lent iifllu' Doard of I'raiiei tlie three Secretaries of State ; liie. (Chancellor of the Kxeheqne*: the Lord Cliicf .hi.-lire or the Court of King's liiacii; the Lord Chief J"-t'ee of the Court of Com-tnim Pleas; the Lord Chief liaro.n : the Speaker of the Ilou-u,-of ConiTiont: lue Secretary m War; the Lord Ch-imiier-tiin ; the Lord rtewjird of fhe lloll^i�ho'lJ ; the Ccniinaiider in I'liief; the Jmlge Advocate; thi; .ludgc of t'le Ailini-r.ilf_v ; the Attorney-General; the Si'licilT-Geni-ral ; the Kins'.-Advocate ; I'Sn: Lord .Ma\or i.f Lmidon ; t!ie^ Recorder of Ltindnn.: th*; SIierilFs of l.dU'ioo arid ftlid'l(p���T; tlieir Fxcpllericips the AnuTiran, Sp U'isti, Austrian, P�r-t.-igwse, .Sardioiaii, Swedish, and Suil..-Jii Anih.issad.jr.-. DuiCLS -Portland, liuidon, iJoJford, B-.-auiurt, iM�nir�se, Argye, tiiKl^od. ftvcai.;Sb:;:i-Dorset, Rutl.-ind, Bedfird, 15e.^nrort, Rnc-cli'ii.!;li. Sc"e.i-tlf. Kyeiasus-Tavistock, I'.ly, llu.nt'.ey, Ileilford, Corn-wains. M .niciiinsr'si^'i-Towns-wd, Cornivnllis, I'mkirgliarn, Dmvii-hiri-, Sali.iiur^, Oo�nger B.iiii, Luiud.iw .e, i:.xjicr, DmViigrr Dnnegal. � l-'..\Hi..s-t?anidO'i, Mansfield, Slrathniofp, Percy, Fnrlcs-c;e, Claiirariy, .Nrlkirk, .(eisey, AlioMie, Gi'.-fijrd, (Jrosve-n-r, Dartiunn'lh, l^ln^ill!^.e, Mou^ln:irri�, Cloiiitiell, War-yvick, ^^, .Malnisbiiiy, Punilr i, Portoiorf, Uiirkiiif^iiamsliiri-, Monnt I'id^eomJie, Chalii.uii, Maei-!e.-ficliI,.Jinrdwiike, rt'e^llllor-lanfl, .Avle^for.l, Baliiursi, rcniplctown, Cler.nuut, Lulljs, Cavan, ^la\o. I (: tiNTi:ssi;i-Loudon and Moira, ll.irdivirUe, Revrrley, 1 Ponfrel, L'ln-d.il.-, Teniiile, iMalion, Cardigm, Cam.-t.-ii, Manyfielil, (iiosvfii-ir, Jprse>, Malii.-liiiry, Si-iion, II irria;;-( ton, Iving-iiin. liatliiir-t, MouniiiMrris, M>irllK's' viek, Clii a il'iu'ie, ("�ariiarvoa, IVmbroki:, Tcuiplclown, .Mayo, and at. Martin de I'loiit. .-i'l-cofVTS-St. .Ampb, Oalway, Sydiievi t'ourlrnay. Limerick, aent'.vot'lli, Palineisloa, t/lietnyiid, Fil'isharris, and Piiiir lie. \ ib..oiJ>Tsssi;s-Siidley, Hampden, G;ilaay, Wentv "Mrl.'t, L'ouitviiay, Carletuji, Castlt:reag!i,Mi'|yil.e, aod Pol-lingO'ii. Lottos-Lake, Bolton, I'.llcntniroush, IJi-ifiilicr, Bray-br.'oke. Bagol, Clinton, LylllHoo, Binning, Paalel, 11a e-Hood. Rolie, Elliot, Conyiigtrini, Cochrane, Brownlow, iM*!)onald, Carriiifilon. .Soniernlle, .St. IK-len.-, fled.-dab-, >tulgr.-ivc, .^rdeii. Ciiailes Soiiier.M-t. Tara, Moiismi, tJi-orge �| UMiue, �;r,inilc.yv l.ovuine, Itims.', Heatlifir-ld, K. Fitzgerald, (ilenbifvje,' iimton, Dunns, J. Tiiymie, \\ .il.-rp.irk, Ar-jiidel, Gardn-r, Beauchanip. H. aioure, i'<-tiMt, G. Boo4h, liultou, T, ("rndilock, -M. M<-.-il. turiiegiii, Gililis, l)all">��ie, I'-mley, DOaovaii, Ar.ieOv Bolton, Wrliob-y, Pirrcey, Ualryivpl-,' Bontein, iMi'iilmg, Shaw, Alonson, Ri-a VHrr^ii, ti tie, II. P.wivene, F, Di-ummi.nd, (iicniiervie. Tar;*, RonsP, Brndlbrd, D. Parker, Noriiiaiitoivn, .M. (ireniille, Stewart, (>av.liier, Innes Ker, (-iore, Arundel, Hrllfniiint, Alurrav, Jordyc*-, trcne, Honey Wood,. C, Nelson, tinr-don, Salloun, Cufiyi-nlianir-, Collier, Smith, J. llarrlngtsn, >L Hayes, P.irker, two Walpoli*s, A'Cuurt, Rr.nisej, two Broots.'i; V SiB-i-R. G. BiJoth, R. Milb.ink, S. Cottr.ell, K. Cooie, Fl. \>orsley Holmes, M. Lopez, 11. Cox, T". Trigg'-, W. Gra�l, V\. Dolbeii, H. ISurrard, J. MaiBfleld. iVioris Ai-meiiC". C. Ro-s, r. Pliriier, J.^Hall, C. Iiduiouj*ione, C. C.TiilNoi, F. Will-, L. Pepys, C. Kohsn nr.. a. M'Donald, T. Blooiufi.-i I, J. Rnmsden. F. .Mill.naa. .*L Wood. V. G bb�, M. l.urtis, J.t)rtl, B. ragei, 11. Rivir�. W. Cock-buui, ,1;. IVeli-, J. Lari'r, R. \\ igrain, J. H.if.rsny, W. Sroit. J. Ttottbriiigp, .1. PuUeney, W. Blizard, J. Riddelt, JC. I jshop, Ji. Knai- htxill, J. B. jlurg. !>, J. Snuvr. D. Duo-das,-A. tiorJ.io, W.itowipy, H. (iorp, T.Th'Onton, J.ln-;i� Kit. C 11. llarl.iiid, J. Harrington, U. Uarrender, J. .Kead, St. Jlarebiy, AL W. Ridlrj, M. M:.sterii)an H\Kf-, Hev. H. Rivets, 1. Tl,ooips"iK E. Litlleha;i>s, \\ . A Ciinrt, (J. I'upps, I'. Wilsi.ms, and T. Jone^. JSlMiops^Salisbar*, Carlise, Cbtrster, C;o.ir-, n�refurd, ai!A Ui-rr!|. . CovNTS-Me Sails and Kir.nonl. IJtiss-IUt>foid, Saii-li.iry,�iid Westminster. ilFV. I>oeToR�-Visicent and Rtad, J�jjaiiai�.S~\uge'-T, Knight, Gul�?d, Ho'lowav. Otwar. GnMr.iiAi.s-Stev,-ns, .Maiuin^li.Tn, Wilf'mt. Hope, Need-hflni, I-"itzpiftticK, .Vor'.ii:!, I !i in.i'i., Crawford, >.iantier�, Pinch, Barrow, Ca*i-l, sli.pi-r, l!arve\, t-'i.slier, O.rleton, Murr.iy, Moiiii, Giird;i;i,'H.i;ikiti^'. {>-ilvii-,'B-ilha-ii, I'ar-rinatnn, IJavi.i, Burua, \\ iUun, Llo>t!,'L'yi>i, Wats'.o, Ross, and Steivarl. COLO.N CLS-'Rnok, Gad-ki'.!, Gordon, Jlowartl, .Arahiii, Addrfllirooke, liibow, Chesfr, ,Ii.a.- r, Ouvav, R.. .N. Lof-Ui^, Dniikin, Wal-on, '. .ruvripht, Co-.vi-l, 1io�lrs, Burlaiul, fiardiier, G.iuli, OBiii.;, C. rkfjarnc. ()tt,!h!jrt<;n, Cartent, Bowyen, IlainiU.on, Dacies. ;g;:l .�t, Hajoi, Abhati, lianimond, tCalrr.iTt, .M-gqin-, Irin, l!o.lii'f�ri-Id, Harp-r, Herbert, Fuller, Malt'Ui, Ilertj.-rdi-n, \'an-iilart, S.uil'i, Bruce, Dundas, I'embi-rlon, \\ witic, Canning, J. Il,-a:K, Arbuthnof, Greenwo.nt, fU'.l. li:i'n!iold, .Si-villf, jan.  Me- fi.rt'dall, Ryder, G. liiiv.i'. Fo�t.,-r, tVJt^ward. Cru.mo. G. Rookvvard.'Skifiier, M. Barg.ivnt-, i'.ipp-, Wil'iaais, Neville, Clime, Chreldt.s, An^e'nf'iii. UiMiiicuf/', Merry, A-'h-humh.am. W.JtteitgJtWivH-^--.......----- MriiRi^. 'fifiC]:hfnti?'iaii8^H�e�lWi(^ ....... ^. ftl fsTa esVe^ -lluttoit; -Biifti-'?5S>ioes^:^:5U.i^^ Crutcle'y, Stewart, O'Bri.-n, llarLiiMl, Pailerri,"AfhflSxt; -" ->->'^ Kgerton. Hickshieh, .Xpprii-ce, IJalcral't, Carew, U.weii-port, .Atkins, Baa-.ptield, Bniieointi, Cooper, Urumniond, Fortescne. Keith, B. Paget, Abbot. JI. Sutton, D. Gros-ven'>r, L. Fox, llcfierdtNi, Fllii, llohinsou, Keeue, Gunn; Douglass, Bruce, DnnJas, Hatfield, Pi-pper, Alurray, Fiihcr, S. Smith, Freemanih", B. .Neale, Heneage, Banks, .Ualpoli-, Menifl, Gore, Long, iln-iki*ion, U()oil, CourtSj llohcrts, Pclleward, INillins, Car.lncr. Dnugdate. .Mont-alrmliiTt, Wrisb', Burdi-tt, Whilley, Vansitlart, Bi;nnctt, Dawsiin, Hariopp, M^thn'-n, Riicii.tti)od, Blake, II. Slew-art, IJiackwell. t'ownseml, Greville, >\ckland. IJyot, Douglas, Muilins, Lee, Caswell, Skifaer, 11. Dawki.-i.^. iMissES.- Barry, Cavendish, Bislfnp,-Oates three Grahams, Hon. Park.-r.-i, J. Oakes, two Itnmbolds, Dixon, I'.gerton, Courtney, .M'Leod, linn. .Allen, tliirre.ll, Cniw-ford, t^alcraft, Ciircw, lla!!� II. and F. Rumfi-ld, Rams-deii, (;,ilcraft, Clou.;h, fwur Sutloas, 'riMvuifn-t, -larvey, Meicalf, Wiudha-.n, two M�ri-a>s,  �riny, Hank.-, Cox, two De (ireys, Patten. Filis, FJo�er, Hon, .Munck-foii, Ramsay, Brure. D.alh.iusie, .)cini:igs, I'nv, Debany, Mon-on, (iarth, Caltlmnip, (iure, DalryWple, A'tjourt, \V'ri!;ht, lloinaey, livo .V;'J,eoil>, IClliot," I arey. Mon'on, (j�lboui-iie, Harlcy, Lo%rthpi-, two .Monsons, ('uriorj, liea-netl, Wyiiilhani, WDu:i.ild, two Brooks, Flood, Caven-di-h, two Itiwleys, Bnrr.H, .M;lfun, Douji in. Pepper, two l.;iue>, A. tiordm, rii-linp, GrcviM:-, throf Murrays, Veriion. Mclvi le, Mpw.irt. lU-rhert, Tmvnsend, Walpolc, Forte-cu.', Dixii:i, --.Mi-.tiri;!.;!', D.ckenson, Emi* tein, Uvo Smiths, i'razrer, T.n a-e.id, i;. l-MuiHi, .Xi'jti-iiPs, and Berry, the Count Dc Salt?, .Miss C- Gi-rmain, thj r;arl of llarriiigttm. The folIowiniT were among the_^numcroiis Pre-sentations to iiiT Majesty:-      ' Miss Barry, Lord .Arundei, .Mis.s CaTen;lJ5h, General Sir Thomas Trigge, Lady Piercy, .Miii ISiahop, (^ipciiii ,-ileiyart. Crtlnnel WiUan, .Mirs Oakesi .Mr. Jacksun, Sir l'.-iir\ (iiver-, .Miss Louisa .Murray, .Miss (Sraham, Captain iir 1". Williacs, Mr. Peele, ILni. \ti=s Parkim, Major and .Mrs. .\lontaleni-bert, on their marriage; �Sir l\. 15. I.iltlehales, C"l. IJorlh-wick, la^ly Mary LimUt-.v Craw fuel, .�'ii-Jonn :i-i.i:leli, .Mis!* ,liilia Oalicis, V.isc.'um "Poiiifislini, Lady A. Drammond, Lieut.-ColiiiK-1 .Lirksno, Mis.- l-.Hiss, LiMit.-CnUiiiel Gnb-bins, .Miss L;uie Fox, La ly Liike, Lord Diicie, Mrs. Hultori, Culiiatl l-'.-ine. the llo:i. i\Us- Car/.oa^, ilic Countess of Harrington, L'ir.l Lake, Mij^s Carey. Mr. DrN.itniood, Lord (vLnton, Mr.'llu'ilon, the M-ar.-ptis i.f Tavi^tm-K, Mr. Moi:l.i!-hot. Mrs. Gate H��k>in,'>d, Mr. Cnrz..i�, Sir William ;::�t l.a,dy A'C'oiirt and their two daughl,is. Rev. .Mr. il. His-.'i-sori,'Wr. lleathe.ile, (apt. (.;ocK!iiirn, Lor.l an.l i.ailv tliifd-ner, C.iptain Cartwriihl, CavHam Ol.yav, .Sir .C. H. Har-land .Mr. Arlilithiwi iipi.n h?^ bci:';; appRiatcd S;'iretary t> flie '] ri-a�nry ; llie Hon. Captain Cail'>^ m, fh..' i.arl of Camden, SJr K. ('ort- and Lady, itpin ilicir in.-irDage; .Mr. .Vicr.'y, Lord an! Lady .Arimdr;!, up.10 llii-ii mani^^e; hir Ma-vh Loprz, ILiroo de B-ifli, pr.-vi.Mi^ t 1 hi- Iravir.g I ii'.;!,ind; ,>lr. Ba.nrylile, upon his inai rfase. bj hiMiiitie, Mr. J)iveopoi(; .Mr.-. Bamt'yii);-, on her mai.ii^'-, b� In-; ,uuit, Nir-. ILivi-:.-p.>ri ; ,\Ia|i".r VV h.-atley , of thi-N..iii.'i. -PRl.NCLSS Al,mi.-ilA. Petticoat of an)l�er-ciil �ir tis-iij-, rieiily pinbr.iid-rod wil^i lilies of the vailcy, in silver si ri,)-s, wilh a very ni'li bof.ler 111 oak leaves t aniantjeof Turki-li sil.k, a late pivseiii ir-m the Ottiiinan Cuutt, lo hii .Majesty, Tliis ilross w.is p.?cii.i.ir-ly beautiful. PRINCr.SS Fl.r/ABICTH. ,\ dress of sea-;;reen silver lisS't-, vriih in:un!Ucentdrjpcry of silver net, divided in rows, iired opi-n, and f.i.-tened toi;e-ther by large silver beads and silver liulli'ni, foranng a i.-'t work, couiras'ed by ^hpd^lp-^^, ,aiid bnrd'-rcd by lin-same ill pendant f.-to"ns, with a profn-iiin of iiandhnm.-siUt r u.'^ fels, di'played in looping nji tht-dr.ip  .f fern or uiotintaiM f.ti;ef e l..-\.l a itrikin,;U"iirw and-il---:;;.i .1-ferl? the .tdiliii.iii ofa in:i--y h.illiiin of silver; bur.JeTcd ah beads and fufi, completed th;s -uperti dress. PRI.NCFSS .MARV Appeared in a dress of sapjihiie-lilue silver-tissae, em-broiden-d ail ovi^r u ilh hoiO)uets of f.it.cy ti.iweri in dr.id bright foil, intermixed with stars and ring spangles, pniniL' ;oiii fftooned dr.iperies, with ina.ytnticent borders in eli i:;, .ind star", nod brai.ciies or large laur I Ip.ives i.i d.-ail an . bright foil, aili-rnsuely rlieving raeh wtier, .x'.ita  smiiV Irfanchos of foil and spangles i.:i ilrooping llower� : draptrry festuims looped up by large iiraufiie* of^iwpr oak iiiiii aciriis Saslef'illy arranged, r.-lieviiig llic inas-y bordi-ra f'f toe tlit drapery't at the bofti.in a rirh bnr.ler  ere c^trein.'Iy gjioi; he.id  roidcrcd wi li while bu^i'e-,. ao-.l 'aslefuijy ornaniPiit.'d \i !ih bvuiches tif ros.y. the laltiT forni'd the draperii-*; lio.-ty and tmin of while satin, emhfoidere'l an^ Iriinmrrt viti bti^les, ffhtije, Juid roses; head .'r.-!.� feathee; and diam-ol^.-- . PR1>C|-.SS CAsTFLClCALA.-A vthile aiL-i iJre^s, t�ilh'Irapcrirtof the <.:t-ue, blen^-d. wilhcr.lpr. ta t.-fuj.y orYiaiiii-nied �ilh bi';id-, I .opi-d up wiiti |it� stime, b ir.l n-d :it b itt.im iviili satin leaves, knotted lo a cluster wiifi .nijii'l bea.t ia-.-.l. ' v - DUIHIS" OF YOTiK - Pftt-ro.nt ofwhitf �atinvni erii-s-Ji' .�hi:-,-craor, ntli.'j i-tut�ro!deic�i w�ta btottjui 1   

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