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   Evening Star And Dial (Newspaper) - July 10, 1861, London, Middlesex                                0. 1665. WEDNESDAY,  JULY 1 1861 ONE PENNY THEATRE ROYAL, HAYMARKBT, Lewee, Mr. BucKgroNX. THIS EVENING, THE HAPPIEST DA.Y OF MY LIFE, Mr. Cocipton and Mrs. Poynter. After which, THE OVERLAND ROUTE. Messrs. Chippendale Oompton; Mrs C. Mathews. FoBoved by TAKING BY STORM. To conclude with THE GAIIOIAJ!? FETE. Commenoe at Seven. ROYAL PRINCESS'S THEATRE. liCFBee and Manager. Mr. A. Harris. THIS EVENING. A HOMESTEAD STORY. Messrs. F. R?d> r, Shore ; MIbs M. Harris. To conclude with HAMLET. HaznJ&t Mr. Fechter; supported fay Moore. Ryder, Meadows, Bhore, Herman Venn, B, Potter, Mia Eteworthy, and Miss Heath. Commence at Seven.__ NEW THEATRE ROYAL, ADELPHI. Sole proprietor and manager, Mr. B. Webster. THIS EVENING, MR. GORILLA. Messrs. J. L. Toole and P. Bedford. Followed by THE OOLLEEN BA.WN. Messrs. Dion Boncicault, D, Fisher, BiDington, Mrs. Dion Boucicault; Miss Woolgar, and Mrs. BilUngton. To conclude with THE OENaTJB. Mr. J. L. Toole and Miss Kelly. Seven. ROYAL STRAND THEATRE. Under the Management of Mr. Swanborough. sen. i-HIS EVENING, MORE PRECIOUS THAN GOLD. Mr. W. H. Swanboroush ; MUnes Wilton and Bufton. Followed by A PRINCE FOR AN HOUR. Mr. Olarke and Miss Button. After which, ALADDIN ; or, the Wonderful Scamp. To conclude with PEACE AND QUIET. Commence at Seven. REAT NATIONAL   STANDARD THEATRE, Shoreditch. Prrprietor. Mr. Johit Douglass; Directress, Miss Marriott. THIS EVENING, THE FLOWER GIRL; or, The Convict Marquis.   Mr. Creawick and Miss Marriott. To conclude with a popular Drama.  Mr. Sawford, supported by the company. \TEW   BRITANNIA   THEATRE,   Hoxton THIS EVENING, DICK TURPIN, the Rigbwaymau of 17'29. Messrs Reynold* and Drummoud. After which, THE KING OP THE ASSASSINS. Mrs. R. Homier and Mrs, \V\ Crauford. To conclude with THE SKELETON ROBBER; or, The gmi celer's Son and the Bandit's Daughter. Half-past Six.S CRYSTAL   PALACE. - ARRANGEMENTS for WEEK ending Saturday, July 13th. THIS DAY (Wednesdajl.   Open from Nine till dusk. GREAT POPULAR   FETE - B .ONDIN'S   ELEVENTH   ASCENT; Military Bands; Balloon Ascent; Old English Sports and Pastimes i� the Grounds, &c kc. TO MORROW (Thursday).-Open at Ten. Adxnisoi 'd, One Shilling; children. Half-price. i*Ri DAY.-Open at Ten; Grand Opera Concert at Three. Admi'sinn 7s. 6d. ; or by tickets taken previously, 5b. SATURDAY.-Open at Ten.-SPECIAL ASCENT by  M.. BLOT, DIN. Admission. H&lf-a-Oown; children. One Shilling. Orchestra] Band. Great Organ Periormances, and display of the Fountains daily; Machinery in motion; Picture Gallery, and all the ufcual attritions; the Scarlet and other Geraniums, Calce> lariae. Petunias, Dwarf Nasturtiums, and Roses in the Roaary and on the o camental bed s of the terraces, are now in full bloom; the marble vases, also filled with Geraniums, are in the beat order- the whole dk senting a coup d'oetl of surpassing beauty,__ CRYSTAL   PA LACK-QUEEN'S    BIRTH* DAY, THIS DAY (Wednesday). 10th July. GREAT GALA FETE and HOLIDAY. M BLOND IN will make his ELEVENTH ASCENT, perform-lug his most daring feats, over the Fountains in full play, for which purpose a rope of two thousand feet in length has been strained at a considerably increased elevation. The ascent will take place at Four o'ciock. Military Sports and Pastimes by the men of the Royal Artillery, who (by permission of the Commandant at Woolwich) will contend for prizes in racing, wrestling, jumping, singlestick, jingling, &c. The Band of the Royal Artillery (by permission of his Royal Highness the Commander in Chief) will perform selections of popular music urder the direction of Mr. Smyth. Mr. COXWELL'S WAR BALLOON wiU ascend in the afternoon. The inflation will commence near the Archery Ground at at ear.y hour to afford visitors an ample opportunity of making partial accents of a few hundred feet. Seats in the car, 2s. 6d. each. Tne Orchestral Band of the Company and Organ Performances at intervals. The Picture Gallery open to visitors gratia. The attentive of the public is invittd to the floral displays in the Palace and park. Ope Shilling; children under twelve, Sixpence. RISTAL   PALACE, - THIS DAY  (Wed� neE day).-Open at Nine-Inflation of Balloon at 10-Orchestral I?aad at 12 and 5.30-Royal Artillery Band at 2.30 and 4- Biondin and Fountains at 4-Balloon Afirent and Military Sports from 5 till dusk-Great Organ at 6 SO. Cricket, Archery, Boating, Velocipedei, Carrousels, &c , throughout the day. The new fc wings and enlarged Gym nashim free of charge to visitors, Admission, Is.; children, half price. RYfeTAL  PALACE. - THIS   DAY  (Wed- ne�dai), HER MAJESTY'S BIRTHDAY. - Order of Militaiy Sports to commence at Five o'clock;-!. Hurdle Race. 2. Fiat Race (310 yards). 8. FlafcB&ca UU0 yards). 4. Wheelbarrow Race. 5. Jumping in Sacks. 6f Cumberland Wrestling, 7. West Country Wrestling. 8. High Jump. 9. Broad Jump. 10. Single Stick. 11. Jingling Match. 12. Jingling Match for Boys. The sports will fate place in the Rifle Grouna at the bottom of the Park. CRYSTAL PALACE.-BLONDIN,- ELEVENTH ASCENT THIS DAY, at Four o'clock.  One Battling Day.  A Special Ascent on Saturday, Half-a-crown Dav. CIRYcTaL PALACE.-OPERA CONCERTS. J -The next Concert ithe'art but one of the series), will hd fcivtncn FRIDAY, July 12,1861, commencing at Tnree o'clock, wh^n *-ud:c-e GRISI. and. Madlle. TIETJENS, Signor BELLETl'i, rtudfcigDor GIUGLINI will again appear. Mom. Fanuis. tLe reltbrated performer on the French horn, will make his first apptu.ance. Programme. Part I - 1 Overture ('* Fidelio' HBeethoven. 2. March and clJOius. ' Gray/a reLdiame" (" Fidelio")-Beethoven. 3, Grand pcera, "A ui.al furor," Madlle. Tietjens-Beethoven. 4. Aria, " Quando Je sere,' Sigarr Giuglinl-Veidi. 5. fccena, "Oh, mio FL-n.fcCdu,"' AladameGrisi-Donizetti. 6. Aria, 14 Sorgete," Signor Btriltt'i- II .eMui. 7. FaLt&sia for Frenchhozn on melodies from " Lucia,' Mvns Paouis. his first appearance. 8. Terzetto, *' i >aai se Uaiugfi-,'' Madan e Grisi, S'gnor Giuglini, and Signor BeUetci- Dm ztt i fc'art II.-1, Overture, " Massaniello"~Auber. 2. Soogendchorus "Oh, wha* ftiPdehght,'*Balfe-Madlle.Tietjens. 3.Aria, "Questa o �iuella eh Domi* n-^biia," Verdi-Gignor Griuglini. 4. Song (by oi-in). " Home sweet home." Bishop -Madame Grisi. 5. "Invitation a H valse,'1 CM. von Weber. G. Duetto, " Parizi o cara " Vtidi-Mi-d'le. Tietj us. and Signor Giuglini. 7. Aria, "I! mio Vm,\ ," Rt^mi-Sigtor Uelletti. 8. Chorus, "Belo si celetn,'' i os-sini. Cot duct or: Mr. MANNS. Admission \-y Ticket*, tiK'n before ih , 7s. Cd.  Stalls should be at once applied fur. rpHE LAST RL-T OSti, and the OISLY OP- POB.TUNITY of bearing TIETJENS and GKISI siag togrE CHANGE FOR EACH GUINEA SUBSCRIBED in the next distribution oC i'lizes. Svecimtn? rn view in the Crystal Palace, arid at the offices of the OCal ngfetp. Prot-pe.iu" forwaTded on application to I. WILKINSON, Secretary, V* The Sub'cr'ptinn List closei in July. NlL'llt R   W.   8.   WOODIN'S   169th wiih hi? Nov.- Eutortainmoat, THE CAfcJfNEr OP SiTiES. Poljfc-raYhtc Hall, Kiug WiUuni-etn?ct, Chariug- M CURIOS c boxt A pi_________ chsrge) at tfan JEfcix-ottict1. from Ten till Four. Moniicg Performance, Saturday, July lath, at Three o'clock. m HE - OXFORD,    6,    Oxford street- JL "UnEaJlo in Maschera" (Tho Masked Bill), Verdi"a last and best. A selection fr^m this grand opera supported L>y the whole resources of the establishment, and an additional band and chorus every tYening. Produced and conducted by Mr. P. Joughmana, "Oi'I.YTEOHNI( \- Every Novelty in  Sdrncr, A Ait. ur Auiwemt-ut, ^iil be brought br.f ore th^ public as tiey Drctir. Tlv > Uity w3Trr�iit-j\ for a4l-E or til RE, on E^SY TERMS o� PURCITAST-. vz.. per month.   The Trade eupplie.1. ecve^aliuuTly i-w at �15 15s., only use! tlire- or four monthfi.- J. BLACK.MAfr, Maker. 120, Blackiriars-road, London. 8. iAh ofortilS   extraordinary;   at. MvC�} K ; 11'I MttORFS,  104, Bishopi^ite-street Within, c a e hr + ci^?spiano?, ot rare txceUeuco ; pos^cssinc ex.iuisito Tbes fJpOLKIE^S PIAKOVORTES. PIANOFORTES, TWENTY ONE GUINEAS THE CHEAPEST AND BEST. "WILLIAM SPRAGLTE is manufacturing a very elegant and superior PIAN'�FORTK octaves, of the very beat seasoned materia]a, and WAKRANTED to keep well in tune IN ALL CLIMATES, for thp moderate price of TWENTY-ONE GUINEAS. Theaa instruments have been highly approved by the pr~fepBipn and first-rate judges. Fanner's InBtructionB for the Pianoforte, price 4b. A splendid assortment of Hannoniumfl of every description, in Oak OaEcs, from 6 to 34 guineas; in Mahogany, 7 to 18 guineaa ; in Ecaewoo**, 13 to 45 cniineaa. W. &PRAGLE, Manufacturer. 7, FINBBURY PAVEMENT, London. 4 i NATIONAL CHORAL SOCIETY, under the direction of Mr, G. W. MARTIN. Kieter Halh The last GRAND CONCERT of the Season, THIS EVENING (Wednesday), July 10, at Eight o'clock. Doors open at half-past Seven. Locke'e Macbeth music: Purcell's war Bong, " Come if you dare:" Martin's prize glee, "All hail," and choral march, *' Forward," and other part songe, glees, and madrigals. Soloists: Miss Bleonora Wilkmeon, Messrs. Richard Seymour, D. Lambert, kc   PianiBt, Herr Bonewitz (his hrst appearanco in England). Chorus of nearly 700 Toices. Accompanyiat, Mr. J. T. Cooper. Tickets, 5e., 2s. and Is each, of the principal music aellers, and at the offices, 14 and 1�, Exeter Hall, Strand, W.O. DISPENSARY for DISEA8ES of the SKIN, 21a, Charlotte-st, Fitzroy-sq. For the cure of Scorbutic and other Eruptions, Ringworm, Baldness, Ulcers, &c. President-The Rev. Canon DALE, M. A., St. Paul's. Treasure*-"William Ewings, Isq., General Manager of the London and Westminster Bank, Loth bury, and 29. Russell-square. Bankers-London and Westminster, Bloomsbu�7. Surgeon-T. Hunt, Keq., F.R.O.S, 23, Alfred pi., Bedford-sq. Attendance daily,.from Nine to Ten. Patients must procure a ticket from a Governor or pay la. a-week or upwards. T OAKS, Established 1849, on the Borrower's JLi own security. Forms by post for four stamps and stamped directed envelope. Management confidential.-Address to T. BHORTT, private office, 16, Penton-street, Pentonville, London, N. MONEY.-IMMEDIATE CASH ADVANCES ON FURNITCRE. HOUSEHOLD and OFFICE, WINK and SPIRIT WARRANTS, FREEHOLD, LEASEHOLD, and COPYHOLD PROPERTY. BANKRUPTS' and INSOLVENTS' CASES conducted. Balance-sheets prepared and Meetings of Creditors convened. Mr. RICHARD CR088LEY. ACCOUNTANT and BUSINESS AGENT, 17, Moorgate-street, Bank. London, MONEY ON PERSONAL SECURITY. WITHOUT SURETIES OR BILL OF SALE. SUMS  of �30 and upwards immediately advanced to tradesmen and others upon their Promissory Note alODe, no sureties or bill of sale being required, THE CITY MONEY ADVANCE OFFICE (Privateh 2; Adelaide-place, London-bridge, S.O. Applications received without inquiry fee or charges of any kind. MONEY, WITH ox WITHOUT SECURITY. AND WITHOUT LIFE ASSURANCE EXPENSES. LOANS of �3 to �600 ADVANCED at the MONETARY ADVANCE and DISCOUNT OFFICE (private), S, Pinabury-place South, nearly opposite Fore-street, City, on Personal Security, Freehold and Leasehold Deeds, without the expense of mortgage, at the following rates of interest: -For the sums of �3 to �20, at 10 per cent.; from �20 to �50, at 7* per cent.; above �60, at 6 per cent; or without security, at extra risk premium. Bills discounted- No charge for office or clerks' fees. Forms of application gratis. WM. CLARKE. Manager. PARIS FIRST-CLASS and LONDON PRIZE MEDALS. WATHERSTON and BROGDEN, GOLDSMITHS and JEWELLERS, Manufactory, 16, Henrietta-street, Covent-garden, London, W.O, This Establishment doses lat Six in the evening, and on Saturdays at One o'clock DUTY OFF WATCHES.-For 31s.-A strong fashionable Silver Geneva Watch, warranted Twelve months, Bent free and safe by post upon receipt of a Post-office order to Fredk. Cox, 93, Aldersgate-street, City, E.C. SILVER PRESENTATION PLATE.- A B. SAVORY and SONS' Pamphlet of Prices, illustrated with 300 engravingB, may be had gratis, and also a Portfolio of Designs, will be sent for inspection on application.-Noa. II and 12, C&rnhill, London, opposite the Bank of England. THE PERFECT SUBSTITUTE for SILVER The real Nickel Silver, introduced more than twenty-five years ago by WILLIAM S. BURTON, when plated by the patent process of Messrs Elkingtonand Co., is beyond all comparison the very best article next to sterling Bilver that can be employed as such, either usefully or ornamentally, as by no possible test can it be distinguished from real silver. A small useful set, guaranteed of first quality, for finish and durability, as follows 12 Table f orka ............ 12 Table spoons............ 12 Dessert forks............ 12 Dessert spoons.......... 12 Tea spoons............. 6 Egg spoons, gilt bowls... 2 Sauce ladles............ 1 Gravy Bpoon ..,,........ 2 Salt spoons, gilt bowls.. 1 Mustard spoon, gilt bowl 1 Pair of sugar tongs...... 1 Pair of fish carvers 1 Butter knife...... 1 Soup ladle........ I Sugar Bifter 4    * t  1 Total.......... Fiddle or Old Silver Pattern. � s. d. 1 13 0 1 13 0 14 0 14 0 0 16 0 0 10 0 0 6 0 0 6 6 0 3 4 0 13 0 2 6 14 0 0 2 6 0 10 0 0 3 3 Thread or Brunswick Pattern, � B. d. 2 4 0 2 4 0 1 12 0 1 12 0 12 0 0 13 6 0 8 0 0 10 0 0 4 6 0 2 3 0 3 6 17 6 0 5 6 0 17 0 0 4 6 Lily Pattern King's or Mili* tary.&c, 13 10 3 14 19 9 19 9 Any article to be had singly at the same prices. An oak chest- to contain the above, and a relative number .of knives, &c., �2 15s. Tea and coffee sets, dish covers and corner dishes, cruet and liqueur frames, &c., at proportionate prices. All kiudB of re-plating done by the patent process. Illustrated Catalogues sent per post free. 39, OXFORD STREET, W. ; 1, 1a, 2, 3, and 4, Newmaa-street; 4, 5, and 6, PerryVplace; and 1, Newman-mews, London. DINNER SERVICES -Ironstone new patterns, �0 pieces, 21b.; China tea services, beat gold, 27 pieces, 9s.; breakfast services, 30 pieces, 9s~ 6d.; rich cut wine3, 2s. 6d, per dozen; ditto, decanters, 7s. per pair; a few rich second-hand dinner services, a barsain. GEO. SHARPE, 42S, Strand, W.C. and 112, High-Btreet, Borough. ORNAMENTS for the DRAWING-ROOM, LIBRARY, DINING-ROOM, consisting of vases, flgure3J groups, candlesticks, inkstands, obelisks, Inlaid tables, watch-stands, fee, in Italian alabaster, marble, bronza, Derbyshire spar, &c. Imported and manufactured by J. TENNANT (late Mi,we. 149, Strand.___ GREENE and NIGER'S ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE c t TABLE GLASS and Crystal Glass Lustres for Gaa or Candles, is forwarded free by post, or can be had gratis o a application. Handsome Crystal Lustres, for gas, three lights, �4 103. The new richly engraved KOH-I-NOOR decanters, 12s. 6d eich, or the complete set, consisting of claret jug, two quart and iwo pint decanters, �3 to. Greene and Niner, manufacturers, 1'j aad 17, King William-rtreet, London-bridge; 42, Bakernstreet, Poitman-square; and 138, Regent-street. u R NIT CARRIAGE FREE ANY PART OF THE KIN( P. and S. BEYFUS, Jl to 95, CITY-ROAD u F u B U E NIT CATALOGUES. ILLUSTRATED AND PRICED. Forwarded Gratis and Post-free on Application. This Work uuat published) contains 400 Engravings of Furniture, Bedsteads, Bedding, Glasses, &c, and is the most complete gratuitous work issued by any Establishment. 6 P.andS. BEYPU3, 91 to 95, CITY-ROAD, u R R     N     I     T     U ^ INTENDING PURCHASERS Are solicited to INSPECT the best assorted STOCK in the ] Dolis. and compare their prices with other Establishments. P. and S. BEYFUfci. 91 to 95, CITY-ROAD. Eetro, U     R     N     f     T     U     R e attention of the Public is directed to the systemadootsc u. complete ESTIMATES for FURNISHING HOUSES which, on application, are forwarded gratis and post-free. � o. 1.-FOUR-ROOMJSD HOUSE .. �19 7 2.-S2Xd:tto ....................  67 5 S.-EIGHT ditto ................120 G 4.-TEN ditto....................2*6 15 6.-TWELVE ditto.............. 325 13 6.-FOURTEEN'ditto............352 17 P. and 8. BEYFUS, 91 to 95,  CITY-ROAD II 11 It f4 0 3 5 0 1 3 u R U NIT WARRANTED, AND ZXCHAXGED IF NOT APPROVED. P. and 8. BEYFUS, 91 to 95. CITY-ROAD R     E WANTED to   PURCHASE  HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, &c ,in any quantity, for ready money, br Messrs. BONHABL 410. Oxford-Etl ii.W. AMFTULICON, fl^   or Indiambber aad Cork Floorcloth; warm, noiseless, and impervious to damp : invaluable on gton^. F. O. TRESTRAIL aad CO., 19 and 20. Walbro^k, E.G. Manufactory: South London Works, Lambeth. OLD   MATTRESSES   CLEANED   and REMADE, atd Feather Beds purified by Steam.  Lists of prices on application to HEAL and SON, 196, Totteuham-courfc-roa-1, W. IRE   AT   LONDON -BRIDGE.-CHUBB'S FIREPROOF'BATES give the beat protection to books, papere, &c, from fire. All shies, with various fittings, on saie. Copies of testimonials from firms ia London, Manchester, Wolverhampton, and other places, whose property has been preserved by Chubb's Safes, with lists of prices, maybe had on application. CHUBB and SON, 57, fat. Paul's Churchyard. FIREPROOF SAFES, DOORS, &c. (Second-hand), by the most eminent makers. Dead-boxes. Copymg-cresfes, Ohice Furniture, and every requ'site for the couuting-hon^ St half the original cost-at L. SOLOMON'S, 6, Pilgrim-street, Ludgate-hilh   Established 1835. Sketches and prices free by post EAPING MACHINES.-WM- DRAY and CO.'8 Improved Reaping Machines axe NOW KIZ VDY for delive-y Orders mutt be eent direct to the Factory, DARENTH VALE IRON WORKS, Faruingham, Kent. LAWN MOWERS, - SHANKS5 PATENT HAND MACHINES, are the meat ifScient extant.-Prices rrcrn �5 5s. upwards. Illustrated P ice Lists forwarded, on application to the Makers, E. Page and Co., Laurence Pouatney-place, Laurence Pountney-hilL Cannon-street, E.C. RICK CLOTHS, with Poles and Ropes complete, new and second hand; Marquees, Tents, and Flags tc:? sale or hire. EDG1NGTON and CO., 17. Smlthfield-bare, E.O., and Old Kent-road, opposite the Railway Station. FROBTS OF HOUSES. - TO BUILDERS and oiheri-GREENEand 00.*8 PORTLAND OEaiESr WASH la a superior colouring, which does not vegetate or wash cfl and is equal to oil paint in appearanoe and durability. In caskfiof lewt, for 10s. Factory. No & Norfolk-efercet, Islington. THE CELEBRATED �(INDISPENSABLE SUIT," in an immense variety of patterns and textures, for walking, riding, travelling, cr business, from 30a, to 70s. To be obtained only of BL MOSES Ain> SON, Ready-made and Bespoke Tailors, Hatters, Hosiers, Drapers, Boot Makers, and General Outfitters, London Houses :- CORNER of MINORIE8 and ALDGATE, NEW OXFORD STREET, CORNER or HART STRJ CORNER or TOTTENHAM COURT ROAD and EU6TON ROAD. Country Establishments :- Sheffield, and Bradford. Yorkshire. Mi ATTIRE FOB JUVENILES, THE following, which are the most POPULAR STYLES of Dress for Juveniles, may be obtained in all materials at either of the undermentioned establishments of E. MOSES and SoN- From Knickerbockers Suit... * 12s. 6d. Zouave ditto...........21s, Od. Eton ditto.............. 12b. Od. Byron..................15s. Od. fi. MOSES From Brighton suit..........ISs. 6& Kertch ditto ..........ISs. Od. Spanish Drees......... 7a. Od. Holland & other Blouses la. 1) and SUN, Beady-made and Bespoke Tailors, Hatters, Hosiers, Draper*, Bootmakers, and General Outfitters. London Houses Corner of Minortts and Atdgate. NKW OXTOHD-RTKIIT, comer Of HAJtT*STEEST. Corner of Tottenham Ooukt-koad and Euston-&oad, Country Establishmenta :- Bkadford, YoREesraJE, Fabqati, BHEmXIiD. LAWRENCE HYAM'S ORDERED DE^ PARTMENT contains the most Beautiful Fabrics; ia under the Superintendence of Firsvrate Cutters, whereby Graceful G nnents are insured, at moderate prices. LAWRENCE HYAM'S TROUSERS made tcneasure, at 15s. and 17s. They are manufactured from Patterns and Materials for the present Season, supplied to him alone, and unlike cheap Trousers constantly advertised are warranted to be cut in the best manner, and will be found to be very durable and pleasant to wear. VESTS from the same material, 8s. and 9s, 6d. for THE young. LAWRENCE HYAM   is  universally   CELEBRATED for the becoming STYLE and FINISHED BEAUTY of his YOUTHS' and CHILDREN'S CLOT SENG. An unlimited Stock of NEW PATTERNS to select from is now on view at the most moderate prices. LAWRENCE HYAM,  the Cheapest and most Fashionable TAIIOR and CLOTHIER in the WORLD. CITY: 36, GEACECHURCH STREET. WEST END: 189and 190, TOTTENHAM-COURT-ROAD. SYDENHAM TROUSERS, 17s. 6d -These well-known and highly fashionable Garments have established tbsir pre-eminent superiority. -Made only by SAMlJEL BROTHERS, 29, LudgatehUl, E.O. SYDENHAM NEGLIGEE COAT, 17s. 6d.-In every variety of finft Mflton Cloth suitable for the Season, Matchless in adjustment. Made only by SAMUEL BROTHERS, 29, Ludgatehili, E.G. SYDENHAM BOYS' SUITS, complete, IGs. 6d., 24b., ana 30i 1. Tiie KNICKERBOCKER SUIT, universally admirel 2. Tfce TUNIC SUIT, graceful without restraint 3. The JACKET SUIT, adapted to all school wear. Sole Makers, SAMUEL BROTHEBS, 29, Ludgate-hill. ^ELF ADJUSTING PRINCIPLE as applied to Clothing in the Sydenham Trousers, 17s. 6d ; Park Suits, 59s. ; Garden Suits 3Ss. 10 42b. : carri-:d out �o as to supersede the ntceseity of trying on.-Inventory SAMUEL BROTHERS, 2^ Ludgate-hilh s YLENHAM ALPACA OVERCOATS. 10s 6d- to 14s,  A perfect safeguard against dust and wet, without bulk or weight.-SAMUEL BROTHERS, 29, Ludgate-hili, E.C. R    I E    R     S ! C     K    E    T GENTLEMEN, b.fore deciding on your garments try J. SMITH, 33, Lombard' street.  Shrunh Flannel Trousers to order, 12s, 6& T      A T H    R.-SfiOB  MERCERY  AND JO CLOSED UPPERS.-M.^. DEED, Manufacturer to the Trade and for Importation, Went Central Warehouscj �i and 42, High-street, Bloc-jasbury, London, W.O. T    M.   SINGER   and   CO.'S   AMERICAN JLc SEWING MACHINES. Secured by Seventeen distinct Patents.-The public are respectfully invited to call and inspect tbe-se Machines at 72, CORNHILL, where specimens of all kini3 ci family arid nianufacturing Bewing may be seen on exhibit!^n. C-ood operators always on hand to fill situations. Agencies at tio, Buchanan-street, Glasgow; 107, Princeas-street, Edinburgh , G, JJIiot-street, Liverpool; 69, Grafton-street, Dublin; 125, Great Eucie-street Manchester; 159, Briggate, Leeds. WASHING, WRINGING, and MANGLING MACHINES, �2 to �5 5s.--Will wash tvreivc shirts in twelve minutes ; no haLd ribbing or bailing required. Manufactured by H. LYON, Maltou. Wholesale and retail London agent, EDWABD WEIR, 142, HighHolborn, W.C. rPEETH.- MR. ROGERS'S Improvements in RE� PLACING TEETH have entirely superseded those constructed upon the ordir-ary principles; they require no springs, wires, or any painful operation; they support the loose or tender teeth remaining, while their natural appearance and durability are guaranteed. A tooth from 5s.. a set �2 10s. Consultation-? free. IS, New Burlington-etreet, corner of Regent-street.-For obvious reasons, Particularly OBaEBVE the Name a2>t> Addrjcss. 7,  GROSVENOR-8TREET,   GROSYENOR-SQUARE,   AND B13, OXFORD-STREET, NEXT MUDIES1 LIBRARY. TEETH, on anew and improved principle, secured by her Majesty's Royal Letters Patent. Sir. ANDRE FRESCO supplies artificial teeth on flexible self-adhesive coraliue gum, which is an inexpensive material, clean and everlasting, and an invaluable agent in supporting loose teeth ; for comfort, lightness, and natural appearance it carmot be surpassed. By this principle Mr. Fresco guarantees perfect success, even where others have failed, and unless that success is obtained, no charge is made. A Tooth, from 6s.; a set �2 10a. Mr. Fresco has received his diploma to practise as a surgeon dentist. See "Lancet." April 16 and SO, 1853. 7, GroEvenor street, Grosvenor-square, and 5I3j Oiford-cire-ei, next Mudie's Library. Established 1843. ,,w--------------_____are indispensable T v    to personal attraction, and to health and longevity by the proper mastication of food. ROWLANDS' ODONTO, or Pearl Ut-utifrice, imports a pearl-like Tfhiieceas to tho teeth, eradicates I   tartar ai*6 spots of incipient decay, strengthens the gums, and gives a delicate fragrance to the breath.   Price 2s. 9d. per boi.- old at 20, Hatton-garden- and by chemists and porfumer3. JOHN GOHNELL   and   OO.'S  IjSTSTANTA- NEGUS HAIR DYE is easily applied, and certain w produce any recurred bhade of black or brown of a good natural colour. l*rice 3?. 6d. 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Sold is bottle^-half-pints, Sd.; pin's, la.; duartft. Is. Od.; gall n3, ii.t ty Vv". No. 22, ^arket-atreet May-fair. W.  Delivered in London. NK  FOB  ALL  CLIMATES.-STEPHENS ^ BLUE-BLACK and other WRITING FLUIDS, bo essential for Eteel pens and warm climates, are still manufactured by the inventor, Henry Stephens, Chemist, 18, St. Martin's-le-Grand (late 54, Stamford-street}, London, and sold brail booksellers and sta ti oners. STB AND THEATRE, The new comedy, "More Precious than Gold/' Mr. Ca �, Ofeeltnam, which waa produced here ou Monday evening, la simply a new version of :tLaJjia de la Maigon," which was played at the Haymarket some f6v; seasons since, tinder the title ot " The Lit'.le Treasure." The prosenfe adaptation h neat]y done, acd the dialogue possesses a very fair share of merit. The p'ecs 7?as exceedingly well acted, Misa Marie Wilton, aa Lilian, laboured nrder one serious disadvantage, tor the characterise!" an essentially French type-3omuchao, that the transfer of the scene of the action to England muBS be looked upon a* a grave error of judgment. But she played with much archness and vivacity, and displayed ail the charming grace and dellneative power which make her the life and soul of every piece in which ahe appears. Mhs Eleanor Bufton as Lidy Lonedale, and Mrs, Selby as Mrs. Blac^more, were both extremely well fitted, and acquitted themselves with their accustomed ability. Mr "W. H. Swan borough was amusing as the bashful Sir Charles Ho eke t; and the Lord Lonedale of Mr. ParselJe v/as an admirably artistic impersonation, deserving the warmest commendation. The comedy elicited a great deal of applause, and may be pronounced a decided success, GEE AT BOAT 11A CE FOR �100, The boat race between Joan H. Clasper, the son of uh-;. renowned Harry of tha: ilk, and Thomas Pocsc?, other of the late celebrated William Pocock, of L�m� beth, came oft yesterday for 50i. a-side. and created maci, interest. Inasmuch as the north and south were here again antagonistic, and &3 the two men had rowed abon; the finest race on record a few months ago, when Clasper -;crj. Poccck was not quite fit on that occasion, and the> wtre fcgain matched for the same amount s.-j before, the distance being shortened on thi-j cccbslon from Putney to Barnes, and tfci ic.sul; of the previous race left the betting at 2 and 3 to I xhh time, Clapper won the toss and took a trifling leid. cut was immediately collared, and then they rowed level for 2C0 yards, when Clasper began to go away, bur again. Pccock came up, and a hne race ensued between them t^ beyond the Crab Tree. All thia time Clasper had led, and he here began to increase the distance, leading by a length at Hammersmith. After this it was very cloiOj but Clasper maintained his lead and won by four lengths in rather over twenty-two minutes from starting, Ha ?o?7ed in a boat built by his father, and trained at the Ftathers3 Wandsworth. CRICKET, The followiDg gentlemen play at the Oval tomorrow and following days;-South: R. A. Bayford, E^q.; F. Burbtfge. Esq,; E. Dowson, Esq.; W. Uttlo, Esq.; Captain H. MtrsbalL F. P. Miller, Esq.; H. Perkins, Esq.; E, Vyse, Esq.; V. E. Walker, Esq.; A. H. Walker, Esq,; G. C. Wynch. Esq, North : Lord Smu-hope, H, Boden, Esq.; D- StLsh&nftn. Esq,; W. Bury, Eaa.: M Felix, Esq.; - Harrison, Esq ; M, D, Marclaj Eso ; W. Pmt, Esq.; J. Smith, Esq.; J. B. Storey, Esq.; - bright, Esq. SPOBTINQ INTELLIGENCE^ ' 3CVJ LIVEKPOOL RACES.-Titesdai, |_by blectric teleoraph.) The Csoxteth Teial Stakes (Handicap) c-i each, with 40 added.  Five furlongs. Mr Barber's Ellen, 4yrs, 7at 21b       ...... CVptain Coates's Hesper, 3yra. 7st 71b Mr. Phillips's Deserter, Syrs,      Dlb The Gkeat   Lancashire Produce Stark: 10 govs each, with 100 added, for two-ye*r-oidj ; colts, 8st 71b ; fiUies, 8st 41b.   T.Y.C. Mr. WlllUm&'sFeu de Jole     ...........1 Mr. Hunt's! by Longbow-Sister to Stafford J Mr, Windsor's Lstty Long       .......1( Seven ran. Her Majesty's Plate of 100 "uineas.   Two miles. Colonel Towneley's Yoxkmlnster Mr. Ward'a Kinnaird Chirper  � f It* 1 4 4 + * t t \   4   � The Ben tinck Testimonial (Handicap) of 10 bovs each, with a piece of plate value 100 sova, added. One mile and a half. Mr. O'Hara's Ivanhoff, 3 yrs, Ost 121b....., Mr. Merry's Sir William, 4 yrs, Tat 101b      ......   2 Mr. Williams's Ra^a A?Ib, 5 yrs, 7st.......... The Sjcfton Stakes of 30 iova each ; for three year olds ; rjlJies, Sat 8ib each.   One mile and a quarter, Mr, Saxon's Brown Dnchess        .........   \v,o.> TllVBSVAY'X PROiJRAMilE, The Stanley Stakes of 15 sovs each, 10 ft., with 50 added; two-year-oids, 7st 41b; three, 9it; fillies and geldings allowed 21b ; winners of plates or sweepstake* in the present year, amouDtlug to 100 sovs ole�r, 51b . extra (handicaps excepted) ; the second to save his stake. T.Y.C. 5 suba. To name on Wednesday night. A Welter Handicap cf 5 sovs each, 2 ft, with ;>0 added ; winners or any il*t race handicap after July 4th, bib extra ; gentlemen riders ; j ickevs, 61b extra ; the secoiid to save his stake.   T.WO,   5 subs.  To name on Wednesday night. yrs st lb Twilight... ventral Hess Pttra Libellous (!hirper ... Jesuit 5 12   0 4 11  7 5 10 12 4 10 4 10 12 t ^ * a   0 0 8 Irish Emigrant,.. Bonne Bouche ... Harriet...... ADel     ...... Wynnstay Mcdora yrs 9S lb 4 "l r      9 o i 9 S s 8 u .1 The Molyn hv\ Crp {Handicap) of 400 aova., by subscription or 10 aov3. each ; winners extra, i:o.   Proa the Canal Point (about aix furlongs).   30 auba. 4 ft P   * Neophyte GtEer*l He3B   ... S'.r William Lord oi the Manor Curlew ... Man-at-Arms MistaKe ... Horace  ... Ariadne ... Touch-me>no; Boefcoi (inc. Sib extra ... Chance Shot Lady Ripon Zodiac   ...... oik eston \ra st ib 5   9 i    -    + 'J   *   * m  * * 4 i :> 4 4 a 4 s i i 7 'i 2 12 x e Longs hot York Minster Starbcck 12   Juggler ... 12   The SCrnggier Tittoo   ...... b f  by Longbow - Ranee AntweiP L \va ch f by Stock well - Babatta Pardadote 1/acky Lad Berenice...      . . Jingling Johnny yra 3t lb /1 E  1 4 4 - i \J ) b    � - 0     >  10 subs. Foxhead MicJdeham Blneatcne Crcmwell Bombardier oh   t   by   Tcddington Doubt's dam StarligUS (">ib extra) b c bv Chanticleer tilde Cantatric. Bl� Bdn Casfcio Yorkmlnater iStrugj^ler The S*ge Castletown {dead) A PlaTK of 50 aova (Handicap) for all agea ; winners oi Lny h^ndloapa aiser July 4th, Sib; she second, -lib extra.   -U1 ttb 3t lb �  ^ vryss io J   4   1 a i h o . > i F      �       k ' 1 ; i . L 10 Twiiishs   .. Ccmberiand Abi on Hesper Rara Avid Ellen ... A HA>'l'jiUy of 5 aovs each, 2 ft, v\zh :;0 added, for ^11 ages ; a winner this day 7i'o ?xtra. 1\ '1. C. IV cloac and name on Wednesday nighc. U 4 S    4 7 U 7 10 7   6 Recovorv Foxh:-ad Ab-1  ... Birdlim-j   ... all ages, night. ciAKh:s oi 5 sovs ea^b, ^vlth 30 added, fo T.Y.C.   To close and name on Wedne^daj ABINGDON RACES,-Tr ksd.l\ , iiK Trl\l Stakes, of 50 sov.$ each, with 50 added ; for all &ges ; two-year olds, Oai 10ib ; three, Sit 51b ; four, 8jS 12ib; five and upwards, 9st 2\h; marea aud geldings allowed 31b ; winners extra, ic; the winner %o pay 10 sovs towards expenses. T Y.C-Mr. ^V. Nelson's King of the Forest, by Orlando, aged, 9st 51b Mr. T. Pari7a Equator, 2 yrs, oat Tib Mr. HareV Parasite, 3 yra. Sat 8ih ilr. A. Williams's Acco, 3 yrs, Mr. Srevenb's b c by Blidcatcher 7st 131b J   4   J /3t *     *     ' (Walters) (Mldgiey) (Clement;) (J, AdiUlS) Snowdrop, 3 yrd, (?iynti) "i j BettiDg : 0 to 5 agst King of the Forest, -r� to 2 eaoh agst Equator and Parasite. "Won by two lengths ; a ho.ul between the second and third, The Craven (Free) Handicap of 5 sovo. each, with 30 aaded, for ali ages.   One mile. Mr, Fii/.hugh's Shepherdess, by Macnes, 3 yrs, t>3t 51b (Pearson) Mr, B. Land's Dartmoor. 3 yrs, 7st 21b (Clements) Mr. .1 Clark's Dotterel!, 3 yis, ost 121b ... iCaonon) Mr. Gulliver's Miss Eleanor, 5 yrs, 7**t 7ib (Creaawoll) BettiDg : 7 to 4 on Shepherdess, 5 to 2 ags; Dartmoor, and 7 to 2 agBt Dotterel!. Won by two lengths, three lengths between the second and third. The Berkshire Stake* of 15 sovs each, 7 ft, with 100 added j the owner of the second horse to save his stake ; winners after the weights are declared, 71b extra. The winner to pay 20 sovs towards expinaes, 41 subs, 28 of whom paid 1 sov each* Two miles and a distance. Mr, B, Land's Yorkshiie Grey, by Chanticleer, aged, tist 121b (car, 7st)............   (Clemens) Mr, H. J Smith's FltzAvon, 4 yrs, 7st 71b (Grubc) Mr. W. Baker's Norton, 4 yrs, 6at 71b ...      (Reeves) The NrR.^EKY Plate (Handicap) of 70 govs, for two year-olds.   Three miled and a quarter, Mr.  Rlcnardsor's  Pinkepce,  by Turnns, 7bt 51b (Ci^maus) Mr. J. Smith's f by West Australian-El Dorado 7st 01b      ............      (Hodakiaa >a)   "j Mr. R. Law's Incitatus, 8st......      (Bottom) The Ladies' Plate of 20 sovs, added to a Sweepatak^a of 3 sovs each ; two-year-old.', 7-it 4ib ; three, o'^i l'-;ib ; four, 0s4- lO.b ; live, lOst 21b ; six and aged, 9jt 12ib ; mares and geldings allowed 3'ib, The winner so be sold for 120/,, it demanded kc, Half a mile, r, Brayky's Ladylike,    yrs (20^.)   ... (Lambourn) 1 M Mr, Reeves's Wolsij, 2 yrs {40L) M Sadler's br f by Sweetmea:-Rcse of (Reeves) Cisr*mere, 3 3ra {201) ......(A. S tdler) The weather whs remarkably tine, and the meeting baa never hitherto been more numerously or fashionably attended._____ **' i fourd Chinamen avoided the use of coloured tea3* (states ^ir J. Lowring), 14 as they know mineral powderts are only Ti3ed to increase the price by making the old worthless and the ccatly young leaves look alike." Hor-nlman's Green Tea is of a natural dark olive hue (not bluish), and is with the Black perfectly wholesome. Sold only in packets. North London and City Agents Gottung, Hawiey-place, ILentish Town ; Gallowayj Ever&holt-atreet; Honeyman, New North-road ; Father-icgham, Camden-road Villas ; Samuel, Stoke Newing-ton; Innes, Ruflseil-aquare; Catlln, Snow>hill; Purvis, 42, Aldersgate-street; Hadden, WiUlam-s&reet, Cum< berland Market; Cheeaman, Camden Town; Gyllensbip, Buwman's-place, Upper Hoiloway ; Millard, Brecknock-place, Catrden Town ; Ridsdale, Caledonian-road; Gcoch, Lower-road; Goff, Kingsland-road ; Smith, Queen's-road, Daiston ; Weeks, Highbury-Mil; Cooke, lo, Hoxton Old Town ; Soutter, Shorediteh; Frost, Clapton ; Fay, KIngsland-gate ; Webster, Moor gate* street.   Hornlman'B Agents in every town.-[Alvt. j [Advertisement.]-Hoiloway's Pills and OiNTa hent.-L'ltimate Success.-So deeplv waa the disi ooverer of theae invaluable medicines impressed with their importance that he pushed them through every oppc&itlon, till mankind at large waa tempted to try them, and from that moment success was certain, so toner: leud, and clear were the praises bestowed upon then: - -every externa] or Internal malady known to affiles tho human body, Hollo waypills and ointment may be ased with safety and the certainty of giving relief, should they aometimei fail In thoroughly curing,   

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