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   English Gentleman (Newspaper) - September 10, 1826, London, Middlesex                                iAST WEEK BUT ONE OF LISTONS SECOND THEATRE TOMORROW PAUL Paul Liston With THIRTEEN TO THE Bimon and THE Married and with never acted a Comic Chinese called Pong and Simpson and Paul with other The Lord of the Friday Panl The called BEFORE every Evening of THEATRE ROYAL ENGLISH TOMORROW 31st time The with first time this season The the by Bennett his first appearance Sn that Before with Grctna Jona than in r o MI Before The Barber of and Hit or v Befere with other OYAL AMPHITHEATRE ASTLEYS PKICE Forlthe Benefit of The following afe the Novelties prepared by him for the oc casion GRANp CAVALRY of and National and Loyal DUOROW while mounting Two leap over a Fivebarred An on Two by Miss Ducrow and Master The HORSE The LILLIPUTIAN HORSE and The CHINESE By DUCROWS mounting Three Uncaparisoned Horses at He will forthe first time these nlae ap pear upon the TIGHT Iii AUTONJO will appear upon the SLACK The Signoraa ROMANISE wiUperiorm together upon the Wf The Entertainments te commence at Six with PAUL PRY on and to conclude with a new Harlequin called THE DAEMONS FOREST Harlequin and Kirig Sweet MUtakclWnoll ibuy a Broom by Knight was Brave Plain Published by price at Ladies in the Country desiringthls favourite may now obtain it of Bookseller in the the following Popular Old England shall the God bless our good The Army and the new National by Cookes new Bass The Wolf is Ws favourite Hark thro the celebrated March the and nbwilflgibg almost Private price is now singing at all the APPEAL TO THE PUBLIC FROM TUB LETTERPRESS PRINTERS OF THE 4 T a time when so many appeals are made to the benevolence of the Public by bodies more more certainly more reluctance Is felt by the Committee act ing for the Journeymen Printers of the in soliciting for their unemployed and destitute1 fellowworkmen any portion of the public It is not the neither would it be the province of this to advert to the causes which have led to the present embarrassmentsof Trade they take leave to that on no branch of industry has the pressure of the times fallen with greater than on the Printing Every effort has been and is now by the Journeymen in both in Town and to lessen the calamity which has befallen their bre by a Weekly Subscription out of their scanty earnings but the amount thus proving so very inadequate to meet the pressing and increasing they are to adopt this their only of laying their distresses before a humane and of supplicating its gene rous without which numbers of their most deserving bre thren must It is feared for all the evils which poverty can possibly Although this Appeal is addressed to the Public at in the hope that some from motives of will step forward to their the Journeymen Printers ate conscious of no claim on general sympathy stronger than that of urgent They to appeal to the pa triotic feelings of their to such as consider the Press a powerful not merely in the diffusion of Know ledge and advancement of but also in the preservation of Public will allow those feelings to operate in favour of the mop who minister in its and who now unfortunately are compelled to implore their To the Literaiy portion of the Pubic they wish particularly to address with becoming in this their season of adversity most of whom are doubtless aware that for some time after the introduction rtf the the profession of a Printer was as illustrious as it was profitable but whether from the inroads made by general diffusion of Educa which renders learning no mark of from Whatever other it tbeoperative Printer at all superior in point of to that of the common est handicraft They confidently cherish the their claims to protection will still be recognized by the lovers of and that the humble instruments of usher ing into the world the productions of Genius and will not be suffered Co perish without assistance The Committee cannot omit to in terms of pride and Donation which has been sent to Bristol elebrated an ornament to her sex and to the Literature of her serviceable will it prove to the objects of her more valuable as an example for Wit H TWO LAD GENERAL CAOCH THE following ROYAL MAILS depart from the above Office every evening at halfpast Sundays exceMedr BATHittd through and Col BIRMINGHAM in 13 through Stony and v through and Chippcn xj CARLISLE and through and Gar through and through and RWAL through and Baniror through and Stonrnrir through and Congle A through and Maccles field MILFORD through and Ha through and PLYMOUTH ROYAL The following POST COACHES start regularly at the time MORNING BIRMINGHAM and the through before Passengers by this Conveyance have the one Night at proceeding next without additional BRIGHTON Light Safety through DERBY light CoacK in 16 two Coachmen at HQIiYHBjkD Light Coach through quarter Light Post through Northampton at NORWICH New Safety Coach in 14 one coachman only A every morning at halfpast Light Coach every Morning at halfpast Tuesdayjiahd Fridays at halfpast arrives in time for the Guernsey awl Jersey Steam WEYMOUTH and DORCHESTER in 15 at WINDSOR and at i AFTERNOON COACHES the through Stony at the through a quarter before and through JUST PSBLJ8HBD BROOMS at Cowic jriirig by Miss LOVE and Signor BBQNIS composed by Gotitbrno The Committee most gratefully acknowledge the undermen tioned Donations and Subscriptions received down to the present respectfully solicit the continued support a bene volent through whose alone hope to administer efficient relief to the very large portion of their fel lowworkmen who are now suffering the severest distress from want of Weeks Subscriptions from Compo sitors and Pressmen in employ in the Me tropolis Whittlngham 60 Taylor Shaw and The Proprietor and Editor ofthe London Saturday Morning 2 3 P 0 0 0 jus where 6 0 9 0 Thift celebrated Comic Song is DV CLBMBNTI Cheapwde COMBTO THE HIGHLANDS WITH Catalogue of Miscellaneous CABINET EN executed In a style of superior by Sir Reynolds engraved by and A single Engraving One selected at jhe of the Purchaser 4 APajcketjContainingthe whole of the following Collec tion NOW SALE BY XUPTON MISCELLANEOUS amHonors paid Raphael after Death BergeretVfileeping After Horseman iEaeas relating his to Queen Dido Regiment VernetVThe Dead VernetVA Hindoo After Fanciful Dedication Sir StothardWThe Four StotbardVA Fanciful Presentation PlateT rence After ClaudeVMarrJage of After TER anxious to prevent DAY and MARTIN respectfully inform thoTublic they after Such and at a very considerable brought perfection a Label of such singular construction and extreme of that they trust will effectually prevent the many frauds that are daily practised on the Anfat deacriptlon of the Label will ensure Jhe genuine Blacking preparedly A pattern like lace o a rink colour covers the principal the names of BAY and printed in white with tHak and MfiRicwlrdB Harwood and Cambridge Pitman typefounder rollermaker inkmaker ditto Bell ditto Martin and Birmingham stationer 2 2 1 1 1 2 5 4 2 12 I0 Forbes Mri per Fotbes Lambert A Compositor at Nichols Grabham Jackson Grove Jervis Savoy Palace Journeymen in the employ of typefounder Hannah Barley per Bristol Committee Proceeds of Excursion to the 12 Borthwlck Gilcbrist f v f Manchester told aquarter past Passengers tra velling b fiis Conveyance have the opportunity of velling by one jrfght CANTE C AMB the opportunity of Resting the without additional i TallyHo 1 halfpast 2 in GE Tally Ho t in 5 quarter past V 4Inslde halfpast s Regulator in 18 quarter past at FourInside through Basingstoke iH and through at aud PLYMOUTH at the Royal Alliance in 26 at half Royal Defiance in 24 at half the through quar ter past MILFOE9 HAVEN through Newport and at 18 through at a and BUN at halfpast THE GBNERAL has been reported to the Commander that strict attention has in all been observed to Or ders issued on 25th relative to the Dress Uniformity of Regimental according to approved by his lodged at the Clothing and explained in a descriptive Book circulated with the said His Royal Highness that the atten tion of Colonels and Commanding Officers may be to this and that they niay be apprized of his tention to take the most serious notice of any unauthor ized deviationsor expensive additions of embroidery lace to the dress of Officers as detailed in those Hegit 1 at which were framed to support general and particularly Infantry and to protect from the weight of unnecessary commands of his Royal Highness the HENRY THE INDIAN Cavalry Division of the Field Army was on a large plain near by his Excellency the Comman attended by all the General and Per sonal and most of the Officers from the Infantry ft The Corps in the Field were as follow 1st under 16th under Majer 6th Light 8th Light 2d under llth Light under1 Major 9th Light ChambersJ 10th Light His Lordship was received on the ground by a from the Horse Artillery of 17 Sir Charles Metcalfe was mounted oo ant The Division went through the following move Review of a Division of Cavalry and Horse Artillery J Brigades assembled in two Artillery on Flanks of the first Open Ranks and Columns and Squadrons at quarter right in on the third Squadron Trot past at quarter Close on the leading Open lumn on the first Squadron of the second Advance in double column of half Squadrons the center of Change front to the vered by the First line attacks to the retire from the right off in column of Second to the supported by quarter ROYi TAUN WiNDl CHESf before through Cross and at at Re and at and LEAMINGTON athalfpast and at J and PARK every Morning at aquarter Evening at halfpast LIGHT by way of g and at baJPpastG in the through Colchester and at half 4 6 0 10 0 44 Y7 S 0 1 I 0 0 at SUPERIOR FOOD fPR Barley AND 0 0 10 0 8 12 8 0 70 6 12 6 0 6 0 48 4 0 20 10 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 Q 0 0 0 0 0 and Luggage conveyed DaKyto all Parts of the NflrthYfcmi to every City and manufacturing Tqwu in the WATERHOUSE and Parcels may be regularly booked at BBOWNS corner of Park Oxford ffee and Royal York No or passengers will be ac the value of FIVE unless entered frfttd for PaasengC Gloiicesterl countedfq as I vnitAl Donations and Subscriptions of Masters and Journeymen Printers of Bristol for 6 weeks 14 Thl Journeymen Printers of Cambridge 10 Ditto Oxford Ditto Edinburgh Hitto Manchester Ditto Bath Ditto Nottingham Ditto Leeds Ditto York Ditto Worcester Ditto Sheffield Ditto Colchester Ditto Carmarthen Ditto Hertford Ditto Yorkshire Ditto Chelmsford DittoBerkshire Chronicle Ditto Penzance Ditto Salisbury Journal Per Shaws A Friend Anonymous Subscriptions will be gratefully received by the at the who attend every Monday and Tuesday by Cowje ana 60 and Fetterlane FetterTlane Popular Holborn Grovehouse Camberwell Mr Clerkenwell Iron Onwhyns Circulating B ha for it cdi NEW SAUCE for general purposes given such great and the demand to JOHN BURGESS and SON beg most to offer this their best acknowledgments tt the PublW f or liberal patronage the same its utility and great coftffiftijience in all cliimUesrhas recommended it to the most foreign who have all spoken highly in It is prepared by them ONLYs andfoe preventing disappointment to all possible care beenMsprted by each bottle being sealed upon the cork with their jinn as well as each label having their which it cannot be JOHN BURGESS and SONS longestablished and much esteemed ESSENCE of ANCHOVIES continues to prepared by them ffter the sameimanner that he has given the greatest satisfactlpafor many corner of the FISHSAUOB WARK HOOSEy EAST INDIA On Wednesday a Court of Directors was held at the ifldia following Captains were sirffrninto the command of their respective of the Bridge of the Lowther cojisigiddio Bombay and The from the Mauri Squadrons on the and two Squadrons on the On the line advance and The two lines tetire ecbellon qf squadrons the gnns of the first line covering the Change front to the guns of the second line cover the Form line on the right Squadron of the first advance in column of Squadrons from the right of Re T Take close and change front to the Close on the leading Squadron of Deploy on Squadrons of Brigades coveredt by the and General ROYAL The Leven Captain and the coula Captain are to be paid off having been upwards of years in surveying the eastern and western coasts Briton Captain Sir re cently returned from South will be paid this day at and then again for Sir John Lewis is appointed Captain of the fitting at for the flag of Admiral Fiemirlgv who is to command at in the room of Sir whose period of service is Jay is appointed to raise for the navy at The Briton is ordered to be recommissioned at for the Mediterraneans Captain of one of of and well known as a is spoken of as the successor to Commodore in the command of the African As a satisfactory evidence of the great increase of business at it may be worthy of at thiat season of the when the transactions are compa ratively that upwards of tons of ship ping left that Countif THE SEPT At an ordination holden by Lord Bishopfof Brtstoli in the cathedral Church idhT off from the Man1 on the 8d the following Hoionn Qth I men were admitted intonoly Queans 14tn and the 9th I men were admitted into holy The Brown from the in the I Kynaston Queans from the Cape on the llth June Tnttity J July and Ascension the 9th i Trinity coll South has Committee Three WILL LEAVB GRAVBSBND HAS BOOM FOB TWO PABSBNOBBK Under Engagement with the Honourable East India with liberty to 1 i at the fine burthen 7QO lying In Apply to Orawford OldBroadstreet at house or to of the medical profess thefiaeTei 0R burthen 700 Ttii lying in the City This poop and accommodations for ito tlw Companys regular and from the South AT on on the 6th of from ditto of March and his Majestys ship Alliga y from on the 9th of Sfyjtonfa on the 17th of OAvkiv GOOD Pake Government were lost at the William Brown the of The Earl of the New Clark from the Bishop 6f Worbesjer Thomas Tfcoupell Pembroke John Lewis Oxon John Henry William Johns s to the to pr JoUu Blr Mornipg thjj18 for ditto j and the s On the 31st the Lord Bishop of Peter licenisedthe HenryJoto Gunning totbe ual curacy of Horton cum of on the Gnnningi The Robert I and domestic chaplain to the Ewl of tasbeeii insiHweatb by the Bji sentatipn of the Earl Bradfo The Arthur to the rectory NorfoV tion of the Lord r The iBlshqp of Norwich wlU Vlon   

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