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   Day (Newspaper) - April 11, 1867, London, Middlesex                                AND On th On 5ta at Eggmtou the Wife of Sir Henry Flower of a On the 6th at the wife of Thomas SheriffSubstitute of of a On the 7th at Bebuigcun the wife ot the George Ramsay of a On the 7th at the wife ot Captain Glair of sonand the latter still Oitthe 8th at ParlcpUce Maida hill the wife of of art v On the 8th thewife of Feroi of a On the 8th the TTJ foot of Bipley Cot the wife of George of a the 9th at the wife of Edmund of a On the 9th at the e of Frederick of a On the 9th at the wife of Charles of a On the 27th A Trevor John Chichelev Plow den 3rd Punjab second son of George Chieheley to second daughter of the the 12th at Jlurs Canada the Williams Dawson Palgrave Slate of 47th son of the late Gurney Turner to daughter of the late Toronto On the 2nd at i by the Betsy of the late Simeon to Hermann of On the 6th at George only son of of Fornham AU toMargaretta luuh1xr of the late Jonathan of iVi the Cth at Lower John of civil Kliza daughter of the late Thomas Eyikcioy Villa Onthe 3rd of at Vignadel the fifth daugntti of John or APRIL ONE 3rd at near John of Queens youngest sou of Joseph or simifX aftera short late of theB at Birehington lalepf Thanel relict of the late John of late Mrs 5th at Sow George Director of rv British aged On the Richard for aged the Right Joseph Cotton Lord Bishop of On the 6th at Major Patrick Torry late oi Mtiras aged at wife of William ased On the Oth at late of the Bengal Ar aged On the 7th wife of Robert and daughter of aged On the 7th at Chatiitid Thomas William aged Lower ichard Eng is She has passed the late winter in and has there gained the universal applause of her FricciwiU repeat the chief characters of her and in addition the part of La Coritessa in Le Nozze di by the express wish of the composer ox the principal parts in Verdis new ppeia of Don Signor subscribers the public wiU be gratined to know that this most distinguished and most favourite artist is not only but that he wiU remain during the whole It would be a work of siiperogation to enumerate Signor Marios many or even to aUude to the numberless parts in which he is still entirely Signor Mario wiU appear in aU his greatest in sustain the part of Romeo in Gounodanew Signor now one of the most eminent tenor will commence the He will still sustain rus original character of Vascodi Gama ia the whicn he was specially chosen by the late He in addition tD several other repeat that of Fra also perform the principal tenor that of Don Verdis new u a Signor rising young who made so very impression last and whose success at the TeatrodeUa Scala at Milan during thepast Winter has been ot the most flattering has been JHe willsing with Patti in La La Lucia di Lam also for the first time in part ot Artruro in Bellinis I Signor universal favourite again returns to tne and will appear in several of his most imperso including his new character in Riocis opera of Cnsmno ela Dulcamara in 1EUsir Masetto in Don and Lord Koburg in Fra Signor Konconi wUl also by very particular and for the first tune perform the part of Don Bartolo in H Barbiere di Signor Ootogm the new baritoiie taking the part of the Sisnor of the most popular lyric artists in Eu rope at the present time Signor and noTriiere ia he probably more popular than in The ser vices of Signor Graziani kave again been secured for the greater Dorlion of the Harris wiU stiU hold the appointment of Stage The miseenscene of the two new operas will this season attord to this zealous member of the Royal Italian J3pera an excellent op portunity for the display of his weUknown Adelina Antonietta Aker ann her first appearance in and Madame Maria i TUT Leonbra Nan her first appearance m Madame Louise Madame Dall and Pauline Signor Signor Signor Marino his first appearance in and Signer Catogni his first appearance in Signor Gau appeajanoe in Signor and ippearancein Signor C R Y S T A L PA THE APRIL GUINEA SEASON TICKET Admits daily untU 30th The most acceptable of all APRIL Doors open at ORCHESTRAL BAND AT PAET March from Overture to Selection from LEtoilc duNord Selection from Auber TVioWiTi Van TOiTlVlft inlul Dearie Meyerbeer Gung1 The Rip Tan Winkle Overture to II Turco in Italia FREE DRAMATIC READINGS at BAKD at Eossmi Schubert Meyerbeer Lanner Gounod Donizetti ii Ri On the 7th at formerly of aged On the 7th at daughter of t of i On the Waitsr Cta the Uh Brn of Amherstroad at John Hospitals and Higher late John of Yewbank 7th at near Walter third son o aged On the 7th at iiafffr a protracted On the 8th at Dartuiouta aged On the 8th at his of aged the 8th at William second Bon of Colonel Robert liste Royal Bengal Ar QrFklie Captain John n 9th Robert late Captain 7th the Oth Janes Ocusens of Signor Signor Tagliafics Signor Signor igner and Signor Bagagiolo his first appearaneeK Director of the and Conductor Principal Marina Mora her first appearance in and Amalia Ziicchi her first Maestro al Signor Li Leader of the Military Band Chorus Signor Maitre de orchestra and chorus of the Royal Italian Monsieur Hennier of and Romeo and an entirely new composed by and founded on Shakespeares and N Y E C E 0 P 0 L IS C 0 M PA Firstclass Thirdditto Sixth ditto Ninthditto 2 TnoltiilingPrivnte Parties selecting thn as a place of burial at their ivith funeral cortege through the streets of The Company also tho cpiidnot of funerals to any of tte Metropolitan Cemeteries rmdtj all parts of the United Westminsterroad Station Strand and Signor Cotogni Petit Signor NeriBaraldi Friar Signor The Signor Tagliafico Friar Signor Tage to LeonoraNan the Morensi and Adelina vorfli Don an entirely new Carlos Signer Naudin RodrigOj Signor Graziani Grand Inquisi sSgnor Attri Tin Signor Capponi Conte Signor TaaUafico Signor Fallar II pjricci and EUzabetta Graziani Signor Bagagiolo and the Great Petit Ciampi Madame Sherrington Pauline Lucca iady ens Signor NeriBaraldi Beppo Signor Ciampi Lord Kobirg Signer Ron Ofnces LancasterpUc Kenningtongreen KOYAu ITALIAN The following will be adhered aS Strictly as circumstances will far the present season portion of the in is termed The liondoh is usually iuVd forward to with great o me striking feature serys more or to leave its mark on this period of tho but P robably within the memory cithe present the Loidon Seasons of 1851 and 1862 Standout in bold relief amoni those present In the year 1851 the international the first project of the kind cut in took place find in more wcniterf al display of the same kind was During the present 110 such similar Patti Donna Madame MariaVilda her first appearance in that character in Eneltd Madaie Sherrington Don Giovanni character in Signor Ronconi Signor Commen Capponi and Don Signor Mano his first SiSioNeriBaraWi Petit first appearance in Signor Naudin Signor Sherraigton and MdUe Pau Cotogni Giannetta Signqr NeriBaraldi Signor Ronconi PROGRAMME AlaTurcp Mozart Two movements fromthe symphony in B Grand selection from Robert Soldaten Tanze Ballet airs fiom La Nonne Sanglante Overturetp Roberto Devereux Festival Organ Cpward at METROPOLITAN IMPRO YEMENI RATE At a Public Meeting of the Ratepayers and Inhabitants of the Borpughpf held at the on 9th James in the It was moved by seconded by Captain Dicken and unanimously That in the opinion pf this any additional at the present for metropolitan is higmy and that both Houses of Parliament be petitioned not to aUow the BiU to pass into It was moved by M seconded by and unanimously n That this meetinR fully concurs with the opinion expressed in the first report of the Committee of the House of pnMetrbpplitan Local that direct taxation on the occupiers of property in the less wealthy districts the metro poUsT has reached its utmost The meeting also agrees with the suggestion made by the Chairman of the Metropolitan Board of and recorded in the same that the most expedient modeof raising the requisite funds forBIetrPpolitan Improvements would to continue the Coal and Wine Dues for a and to authorise the Board to borrow the toSbo repaid out of the after the present charges thereon have been It was moved by seconded by and unanimously That the proposal tp divide the Fpurpenny Rate between the pwners and pccupiers of property isa delusion and a as far as the mass of pccupiers are inasmuch as they are tenants at and the weuld naturally cpmpel them tp pay an increased This meeting opinion that if the Bill is allowed to pass into law it wiU inflict largely increased burdens on those least able tp bear It was moved by seconded by and unanimously u That the Petitipn embpdyins the fpregoing resplutions ba signed by the Chairman PH behalf this and that he be requested tp present the same to the House of and that and the members fpr the be requested to suppprt the prayer JAMES INDIAN LIFE A LBERT LIFE ASSTJRANCE ESTABLISHED HEAD WATERLOO PALL This Cpmpanys extensive and ccmpletely prganised system Branches in the East cpnducted by Professipnal Secre enables it to offer f aoiUties to Indian Assurers not afforded by any other Position and Progress of the ladian The Investments exceed The Annual Income from Premiums The Claims paid on Indian Assurances exceed Manager in Secretary in Secretary in Secretary in With about eighty agencies at upcountry stations in India ana transacts the business of the follpwmg and nanted Agra Oude and United and Allahabad Rates of premium for maybe obtained from the at the offices of the Pall or at any of the branches or agencies in this country or in OMELESS BOYS OF Train ing Ship Chichester is complete and at her moorings at Ninety boys are now on Ten more will be placed on board next The vessel will accommodate 200 but only the above num ber can be for the want of funds to buy them food and Shall more than 100 homeless wandering boys be left on the streets of London when there is room on board the ship for if funds are contributed for their support Fifteen pounds a year will keep one Several friends have undertaken to provide this others have promised to collect the Will others do likewise The Committee are most anxious out for rescuing 400 by placing 200 on the keeping 100 in the Refuge in Great Queenstreet and 100 in the Country when funds are subscribed to establish the The Committee are also most anxious to increase the number of inmates in the GirlsRefuges from 80 to Funds are earnestly solicited for support of the boys and and for establishing the Country and which Will bs thankfully by the William Boys Great Lincolns Innfields or the London and Westminster and High HOWARD The Right Honourable Lord The Right Honourable Lord William The Right Honourable Stephen Sir Walter Bart Sir John Sir James William John i Robert COUNCIL iND Charles late Deputy Governor of Chatham Convict Superin tendent of Intermediate George George Governor of Bedford Gaol Re corder of John Benjamin Chamberlain of Charles Henry Stafford Peter William Astrupp Henry Go vernor of Gloucester Isaac Joseph Thomas Thomas Joseph John Professor Edward George William Josiah George James Man George Richard Thomas Man William The promotion of such a definitely reformatory and induitnal treatment in our prisons as shall effect a change in the present by which they in merely places of temporary and of a deterrence for the most part inas much as many prisoners are reC9mmitted or even more times and their as to and is far superior to that of multitudes of the honest poor outside thus frequently offering an inducement instead of a couragement to Each prisoner in England on the per and earns less than many especially of povertystrieken are a heavy and wholly un necessary burden on the and might be beneficially avoided by such preventive measures as making fines systematic ally payable by as in county court Prevention is better than Communications and Subscriptions to be addressed to the Secre at Bishopsgatestreet jMANDIAN REFUGEES RELIEF for the relief of thousands of women 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capitals of and even from Canada and Slaves of America are contem it cannot be that Paris will this year present the most extraordinary of different nations ever congre gated in an European The contiguity of London and and the ease and certainty with which the short journey is now combined witn toe increased facilities df passage now being for this special will certainly cause an enonnoua influxof Btraneers from all parts of the to the metropolis of Great few or thma who have traveUed from such Sstant parts to Paris will to homes without first having paid a visit to the capital of thei One of the great feature ox a toiilon season many been thVRoyal IteMiwi great attractions of at the time of both tovlca wiU not easily be In nE assemblage of foreign every arrangement to render the coming Opera season one of interest and One of the greatest difficulties with whiohtiw Director of an Opera has to contend is the proc arihg of new works to present to his Two of the inorf in modern times of Italian Bellini and Donizetti have now been dead many The iUu content to rest on earned induced to write again and the great whose srritna works have formed BO con ot the Royal Italian is We composers who from time to time have pro lucert works entirely suited to Italian brie Verdi sa The numerous operatofthe former maestro aretoo well known and too popular to need any comment while tho extraordinary and the worldwide success of iowatr Faust and Marghentajare more than sufficient to caustthn pnwuclion of any new work that young composer to be forward to with the deepest It happens very for tle prospects of the ensuing Beason at the Royal Italian OpiraWtrt two entirely new the one by Signor ami other b are about tobe produced inParis few The one by arid has been composed ex The by from the text of Shake Pauline Lucca togni Mafflo Maria nBarbieredi Adelina Patti SigUOT C6togW ht fSst appearance in that character m Basilic Signor TasUfiaco Signor Ronconi his firscap niamm and Signor 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Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.

Genealogy Made Simple

Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

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Introductory

$9.95

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Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!

Your Membership Includes:
  • 25 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a Monthly Membership only for $29.95
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

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