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ILLAWARRA TURF CLUB RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 19 October 1861

ILLAWARRA TTJBF CLUB EACES. AVotako from our contemporary, tito Illawarra Ex ?preif, tho subjoined report of the first »lojff» raciM., . . PrasT DAT, TUHSDÁT, OCTOBXR IStji. . v Tho MAIDEN PLATE of GO sovs, with a .swoepstaJie of 2 . sovs, for all hones that'novor won nn advertised prise oxcooding 20 sovs at the timo of entranco |.weight for ! ago; distnnco,' 1 i rollos. A second lieut to bo run for hy bonton horses, tho winner of which is to. reçoive 15 ' sovs out of tho prize ; tho Hecond horao in tho second hont to receive tho wliolo of tho swcpnstnkps' Bhould ' they not ojcoed 10 SOTS. Ko maiden allowauc'o. . Mr W.Oibomc'ü br c Alderman, 2 yrs....*.....».Moore I 0 J ainu Kcrvin's b ni Crinoline, 4 yn.Dritcoll 2 1 J «mei Murray'J b c Bannasher, 3 yr«. 4 2 ?W. J, II. Jenkin'« ch g llcrkeley, aged M'Ltod'i br g Marengo, 4 yr! A protest was entered against Crinolino at tho instance, of Mr \V. Osborne; on1 tho ground tJinti eho had won ah adrcrttsnd prizo of £30 ; to wit, tho Gallowa...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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VICTORIA JOCKEY CLUB SPKING RACES. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] FIRST DAY, THURSDAY, 17TH OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 19 October 1861

.VICTORIA. JOCKEY" CLUB SPKING RACES. l£T ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] ÏIBST DAT, TJITJUSDAY, 17TH OOTODKE. GBArTO STAND STAKE3, of 75 sovs. ' Weight for ago. Ono milo and n lialf. Entrance, S sovs. Mr. ir. C. Jeffrey's ch h Colonel, 4 yrs. 1 W. Pearson's bl g Prince, aged. 9 J. Henderson ns ch g Sorcerer, 3 yrs E. Coleman's b g Defence, G yrs E. Herrsch'« b g Prince, aged Warny's b f Tho Nun, 3 yr« H. Phillips'« br m Itoslnn, 4 yrs SFRIN'O SAFT.INO STAKES, of fiO SOTS. For two-yr-olds. Colts, Bat ; fillies, 7st 111b. Three quartan of a mile. Entrance, 3 sovs. Mr. Watson's b e Malabar, by Indian Warrior ....*..;. 1 T. Darin's gr f Baroness, by Bolardo ,.. ï H. Kclsall's b e JEneas, hy Bolardo W. Payne's ch e Vldette, by Indian Wanlor Two TnoüSjNß 0UIXEAB STAKES,- of 10O sovs each, half forfeit, with 600 BOVB added. Distance, two miles and a quarter. Second horse ta receive 200 sovs out of tho Blahes, and tho third horse to SOTO his (toko. Valus of stako, 1800 sovs. Age Btlb Mr J, Henderson ...

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THE SPIRIT OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 19 October 1861

THE SPIRIT OP THE WEEK. Tho record» of this wook prescrit a Bod record of me- lancholy accidenta and loss of lifo, moro numerous than havo occurred for somo time past. Business in avery department romains almost hopo lessly depressed. . . ,-. Tho Legislative' Council havo progressed rapidly with public business, nnd passed the Land Bills, whilst tho most important matter discussed in tho Assembly has been a caso of "bonnetting ". brought before tho_lfouso by tho morry mombor for Morpeth. i Tho schoonor Emily Hort, bound for Rockhampton with thirocn passengers, and » full cargo, was wrecked at tho North Head on Sunday morning, closo to tho spot whero tho Cntherino. . Adamson was lost a few years since. Tho pnsBODgers nnd crow wero Bavcd but lost everything they possessed, and a subscription balbeen oponod for their relief. . Tho vessel was tho property of? Messrs. Lotzo and Larnich, and is insured. Tho Amelia Briellnt, owned by. Messrs. Fishor and Son, coal laden for Soiirabnya, went...

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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 19 October 1861

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. IUSMITTANCER BTCUIVED tvc-m O. H.. CuUlsolt H. H., 8lnalelon¡ J. V., Ourraxomg; il. F., Mudgee| J. H.. Wagga Wagga; D. M., Bathurat; and from Goulburn. race com- mittee. J. I... WOtLONOONO.-Wajijrthnnlc« for your kind communica- tion. . .-i lt"', C. 8.. YASS.-Mr Freier Iä our only accredited «gent at Lambing Flat. L'.r. t .-. . J. II.-Your linea, harwg a libellous personal reference,- are de- clined.. .Vi r i ' 1 '..>' -? ECARTE.-Fonr-t'ttro for the role, and two for ref»«ln(r. A. II.-MAKTIIAUUY CaEEK.r-Tnnoka for your poIltenes»|, hat, nevar having heard nf the Collie linces, vre. do not con-:, alder their report would lnterctt our readers. AO.-NARRABRI.-Valets advertised to the contrary, a letter, containing entrances to cloie on the lit Ootobo-, boring the post-mark of tue 30th September, constltutei a aufSclent and valid entrance. -? J' M. J.-Heather Bell wai bocked against Shamrock for place in tho Forced Jlndfcap at last Randwick IUcci. Who won th...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 19 October 1861

-MISCELLANEOUS. ASSAUMIKO A LoTn.VKlo.-Tho Norfolk Newa of Au- gust 10th giros tho following version of nn extraordinary ease of ussnult rceontly committed nt Norwich :-"Mr English, superintendent of tho nolico forco ut Leeds, and lately chief constable of Norwich, visited the latter city u few; days ago, with the double object of attending tho Freemasons' banquet and of having an intcrviow with a Indy for whom he'had long professed an attachment. Miss S., tho Indy referred to, is » mombcr or one of tho first families in thu city, and during Mr English's sojourn hero he made'repeated advances towards her. Humour also fays'that sinco his rosideueo in Leods lie, has occa- sionally fuyourbdi herewith a note, to which BIIO lins not tiiUon tlio'troublu.to.roply ; mid that she roeunlly received an urgent request tu alford lura .tho gVatillcatlon of un m torriow near the fumily rcsidonco on tho evening of tho 1st of August, or if ho.did not reach ' Norwich intimo fur that, to moot him on t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 19 October 1861

MUDGEE AND THE WESTERN DISTRICTS. THE "WESTERN POST" in the only pupor pub lishcd nt Mudgee. . It therefore possesses a circu- lation not exceeded bv any paper in tho Wosteru dis- tricts, and affords peohfiur advantages to Sydney adver- tisers. Mudgoo ia upwards ol' 100 milos from Bathurst, tho nearest town in which a pupor is published. TJio rates of advertising aro liberal, and contracts ram ho rando with tho Sydney Agoiit-^Mr. EDWARD GREVILLE, 8 Bridge-street. G2S GUANO FROM THE SOUTH SEA ISLANDS. CT lt S E R Y M E N, MARKET GARDENERS, JA' ? FARMERS, «md others, aro' solicited to make a trial pf this MANURE, ns those who havo already used it fully appreciate its worth. ? Price, in lots lo suit purchasors, nt £(5 por 'ton,' nt tho stoves of W. W. BUCKLAND, Macqunrie-plnco, Cir- cular Quay. ' 828 MESSIJS. HOLT AND ANGUS beg to inform their friends lind thu publie generally, that they havo on hand mid for sale, ii variety of English, American and Colonial built Carriages, Dogcarts, ...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 19 October 1861

C RICZ ET. .WARwi OK CLUB.-On Wednesday evening1 Inst thia club held a very successful meeting, nt which president, eoorotary, and treasurer, wero re-electod. A now com ?mittco was formed, tho rules rovised, and Mr N". Th'omp-'' son Tc-cngngod ps professional playor nnd captain to tho club, during tho forthcoming season. Sovornl now mern hors were added to the list, which now shows upwards bf fifty hames. Wo aro'glad to see so much spirit ovinood by this young club¿ which, undor tho plan now ' adopted, must prospor. TBE NATIONAL v. TnB WABWIOK.-Tho match which was to halve boen played on tho Domain ground ibis day, is unavoidably postponed j a communication roooivod . at tho eleventh hour (vis on Thursday evening) intimating that tho ground would bo required for . tho Volunteers. Thc'fohco had no sooner boon properly erected, than in- structions woro given for its removal.. Sharp i work, J and but little courtosy on. tho partof the authorities. , ' I

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SAYERS AND KEENAN'S FIGHT FOR THE CHAMPIONSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 19 October 1861

SAYERS AND KEENAN'S FIGHT FOR THE . CHAMPIONSHIP. This event lins again bern revived in Sporting circles, but in a hot very reputable mininer. .It will bo recol- lected that in consequence of the brittle being drawn, und, tho stakes divided, nuither porty was to liuvo tho b.iit, lint (hut Sayers should hold it till it had been fought for nguiu. It was then proposed that two now belts should bo made,/iie similes of, and ecjuul in valúo to, the original, which was accordingly dono by Mr Han- cock, of Ilrutoii-street, mid a night was appointed for presenting them to tbcjmroes ut the. Alhambra.'Palace, Leicas! or-squaro (a very high figuro, hoing charged for admission) when ([i'iuiáii wits presented with his by, .Mr li". Dowling, UJilor ol' Jiell's Zj/if, «nd tho gallant, Tom received his from the hands nf Air Wilkes, of 3Ccw York, Proprietor of Vtlk-c*' Spirit of the Times. After thc belts had been girded round thuin, and they lind exhibi- ted them, ikey were returned for th« purpose o...

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THE TENDER LADY AND HER FOREIGN VICTIMISER. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 19 October 1861

THE TENDER LADY AND HER FOREIGN VICXUDCSER. -.. : Vincent. Collucci, described os an artist,, of 22, Oving ton-squure, Brompton, was brought before Mr Mans- field, at Marlborough I'olioo-court, on Wcdnosdoy, charged with obtuining, br moans of fulseand fraudulent pretences, of and from Miss Frederica Johnston, tho sum of £1,900, with intent to defraud her. Mr, liuwis, Jun., of Ely-'plnee, appeared for tho prosecution, mid in opening tho caso unid, it was a charge of obtaining the sum of ¡Cl ,900 by fraud from a Indy-a lady of station. It appeared that sho mot tho prisoner ut tho house of a near relative, a nobleman, and tho priBOnor. paid hor great attention, and 'sho openod a .correspondence with him. Tho prisonar also had the lady's, portrait talton. Her letters to thc prisoner, which were thoso a lady only would write, stated that sho hud an election foi* tho pri- soner, und, convinced that ho was a man : of talent - und honour, shu adopted that strain, believing fully that she, ...

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THE BETTING IN BRIDE-LANE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 19 October 1861

THE BETTING IN BRIDE-LANE. At tho Guildhall Police-court, loft Tuesday, Thomas JTewcome, Thil!]> 2'outer, Charles Vales, Alfred Sear ratt, John' Valentine, and-Stanley, wore summoned bcforo Sir James Duke, at tho instance of Hie City Solici- tor and llio Qity Police, for obstructing ono of thc high- ways of,'tho-.pity,.of London-viz., Bridc-lnno-and thereby jtroating'n nuisance. Tho hitter two, Valentine and Stanley,.'did not answer. Mr MptcalíuVónriiiarcd for the defendants. » Mr Sleigh su id lie appeared thora that day, instructed by tho City'Solimtor, to charge tho defendants with ob- structing'one of tho highways in tho City, thereby im- peding ono of tho public thoroughfares, and thorofore causing a' nuisance. Tho defendants, in compnny with many othors, wera in thc .habit of assembling in Pride lane for tho purpose of betting ou horse-racing, but tho proceedings wera not hut itutod against thom for carry- ing on their occupation ns betting men, becnuso this was a free c...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 19 October 1861

On Monday afternoon (ho font of crossing flic Thames on tho ropo 6 tro tolled across from shore to shorowas sue cos8fidly'performed by tho 'lady, .who'hus identified her-' self with tho nahio of the" lromúlo Blondín," and it was evident that she only failod on tho previous .occasion be- cause the state of tho roue rendered tho accomplishment of heir task au impossibility. Tho weathor was favoura- ble for-tho exploit, though tho state of tho tide rendered tho river somewhat loss- pleasant in its aspect, but a great eoncourso of people assembled. . At a quartor-past six tho lady started from Hat ter-soa side, and, after two mo- mentary pauses in a distanco'cstiinutcd at two" thousand foot, sh'o reached tho opposite Bhoro in savon minutes. If or progress was so steady, and hoi* confidence) so great, that all idea of poril'seemed to bc banished froia tho' minds pf tho multitude of gazers, and they stood looking with a; pleasurable interest on tho slight and graceful figuro that wis thus...

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THE "FEMALE BLONDIN" AT CREMORNE. ALARMING SCENE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 19 October 1861

TgTi, " Fr-TvT)»T,TC ,T-'TJ0'r-f-DTW'.' AT. .CREMORNE. -, ALARMING SCENE.. An immcneo number of persons crowded tho bunks of tho 'Thuines, Ibo steam-bouts, and every available point of yiair, on "Monday evening, it having been announced that tho " Female liloiidiu'1 hud been enguged to cross tho Thuines on a tight rope from Cremorne Gardens. ; ;lt is Pitid tlmt the uctiuil spun of tho river ut this point is 2,000 feet, while tho height of the ropo from tho waler varies from 50 to about 100 feet. Immense crowds hud collected to witness this feat, and tho artiste, when she made hor appearance, was received with loud bursts of applause. Two-thirds of the distance had beon accom- plished with apparent caso mid certainty, whun tho per- former stopped to rest on one of tho uuiin supports of thc rope. Sho remained so long that apprehensions of a contretemps begun to .spread : nor wore they groundless, : for ultompts wero mudo by iittundnuts on shore and in boats to tighten tho remaining 60...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 19 October 1861

NORTH RICHMOND RACES. TO como off on JANUARY tho 22nd and 23rd 1662. ' Tho MAIDEN PLATE of £30, li mile, for nil pun maidens up. to tho time of outrance. ' But raneo tc bo received after this .dato for tho Maiden Plate bi WILLIAM H. CLARKE, Soerotary, "North'Rich- mond. r.S.-AH particulars will appear in a future adver- tisement.-W. IX. C. ? 761 PARRAMATTA RACES EACES "WILL COME OFF at tim nbovo placo on tho 2Qth «nd 27th December, 1861. For particu- lars soo future advertisement. 897 ¿5$»ÍK*9^rV0 COVER THE SEASON, tho ' imported horse ' ff¡$VrÉÉP'' " YOUNG CLYDESDALE," Jj^l^^gbbWill travel through Liverpool, Camp- belltown, Monangle, and Cum Jon, on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, nnd Thursday, and will stand throo days at George's Hall every week. ' PJÍOIOUEE:-Young.Clydesdale, a brown horse, rising 5 yearn old, by Prince" Royal, tint of Jossio. Prince Koyal, by General Wilhams, wus brod by Mr Barr, of Banangi-y; ISrskino; Genend Williams was brod b¡¡ Mr Kerr, of Haming, Kilburnie. Th...

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SYDNEY MARKETS, FRIDAY. WHOLRSALC PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 26 October 1861

SYDNEY MARKETS, FMDAY. WIIOtRSiLD miens.T WHEAT, SS 6d por balliol : Hour, £12 - to - - £11' por ton ¡ maize, 4s Oil ; EunUili burley, Ss Od ; cupo ,ito ; Ss por bushel ; oaten bay, pressed; £8.10» ocr ton : unpressed .£7 t lucerne hay, £0'16i to £7 per ton; butter,-'-livid' in ls Hil : clieeao. Od to Sd ; hacoii. OJ; e^KS ls.-AV to 2s Od per dozen I foirls, 2» 6!; to St Rd Per conplo j pntatoéarxO £0 10s i let pl«i -t>l por, pound ; beef, tallow £33 ¡-mutton ditto, £48* to £50 pet ton ; Milos, 9s to I ls | tobacc**, IsSttlo li.Od per lb; bcit-qitallty ; lucértio seod,' ls por lb, retail, list perennial rod clover, ditto ditto ;,willie Dutch,2s 0,1 por lb ¡ Blnilon and 'mixed Krauses, 2s Od per lb, snruiiani tmccliarataui. Od per lb; seed oats, 6s Oil lo (ls Oil. pot busliol ; feed cou. Os. ' EËItlUS AHD SON, Coinmlsilon Agents

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 26 October 1861

HAYMAHKET Xnicns.-Hay, Ss BJ to 8s Cd ¡ straw. 3g 8d lo 4s 3d ¡ wheal, 6a Od to Rs Od ; com,4s 3d to4sOd; barley, 6s to til lid ; nat«, Ss Bil to Os : green 1100*, lOd lo ls 3d uer doxeu bundles: cows, £0 la to £0 ls ; calves, 20s to 309 ; bark, £3 tis to £0 ns per mn. . , .. . '. ? . .: ' " J. U. LINDSEY, Lessee. .

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THE SPIRIT OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 26 October 1861

THÉ SPIRIT OF THE WEEK. I .. Nothing of^ particular 'noto has'occurred during.tho wcok. - Mercantile' mattera have nssúmed no appearance of improvement,and business generally has. maintained; tlint d illness which' is fast bocomitig ,". an institution',' nmotigst'us. '' '.'/-¡ :.' .. < liio Land Bills liavo received.'tho vioó-rbgál assont, and tim Cliineso Crushing Dill hus,passed tho Council.. .Tho Assembly, as ustiul,' has' enjoyed its."acollos," and made headway with tliht aniazin'gly Á'l¡bórnl'',measuvo tho Publican's' Bill!,'which,! as a' remedy,, is fur worse than the disoaso'it'professos to .alleviate. ; .. y.J .Mr David- Harpnr,' biiilder of Yass, lins committed suicide hy shooting himself ¡ nhd.Mr John Best, of Jer- rawa, shoop farmer has hung himself. S. iv .<" Mr IlnylockJins been severely injured by tito upsetting of his gig. .". "... '? Tho scorch mndo.for tho lad Brown, who was kidnap- ped lastyoar by the nativos, of tho island of Ysabel, haa prov...

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SPORTING CHRONICLE. RACES TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 26 October 1861

SPC R T l NGC H R d N I C L E. ?- -': .- RACE SI' O.CÖ M E. - Uncen...............Nov. SOlh ami 51st. l'aVraiimtia....."...-.Dee.üMlinnU 27th . Kum l'liiin»......l)cc«iibcr "iOth anil 27tU , Ituntwlek Kow Yoar\» T)ny lined .1.Jan 1,18d2. .North Klclimond..........Jan. 22iul;nnd 23rd. ' . TiSWAJ-JA. ,7 «uunplon HaceMcctliiB....Bccombor 3rd, 4th, «ad «li

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 26 October 1861

GAnnr.ls-o LADIES.-Tho .Derby.. wns.-.scnrooly over looked forward to with grohtor, aniioty.tlian. ;thÍ8'.yoar i very rarely has' it,boen .'so much rogrottedr ¡Tho : bottbig was extromoly liciivy, ^nhd.tho. appoaronco of Diophnn tus iii tho Hold 'shortly' before, tho grand rush ofhotting, as equal favourite, paused a complication, and increased tho ; amounts to ' bo. ycntitrcd. .Hotting has porvoded 'reigons'this year whoro'it.'was not wont to enters many ladies, perhaps hcitri'ng-nothing ,bnt tbis betting small- talk around tbpm, havo been,, drawn into tho dangerous votox, and lost'their all, financially speaking,' in tho attempt to mnintain their way in such a strong current of uiiteown'waters'. j'Matteïs nave gono beyond pairs of gloves, undj into thousands pf pounds, wonro afraid to say how liiuoh j porbaps tho ownor of tho fnvouvito par' excellence \ivá 'riot, dropped moro, monoy than ono Indy, though'it was'feurrently reported ho stood to win £100, OOO,"'which .montis..to loso...

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THE TURF [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 26 October 1861

THE TURF TIIK past week' lias been an : unusually diill ono ¡is repartis tmf matters-a sort of lull huving 'fol- lowed the little^ temporary excitement occasioned hy the Jockey Club Meeting at Melbourne. Thc lato of the Cup, is, in fact, the only matter of gos- sip at present, but even i|i this 'important event there has boen ns yet little speculation. Our New South Wales'nags, we notice, still remain in high I favour ; Archer of ci lirse beinn at the top of the "list, willi lots, of friends both heve and in Mel- bourne. The latest accounts represent matters as being " all serene" with the trio, and, ns nt present advised, we believe it is Mr De Mestre's intention to start them all. This announcement lias had the .i'lTeci of bringing the. hitherto almost Unnoticed Inheritor into some prominence, and within the past day or tivo lie has been backed by ; several persons nt odds ranging from 15 to 1 tloivri to' 7 to 1. The threeiy'eav-oUl Exeter has also been en- trusted with several »m...

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ROYAL LAYCEUM. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 26 October 1861

ROYATJ I-YOEUjr. Tho Ocean of Lifo; tho Wood 'Demon, and, Ibo'Dost Nail, ' follówod by Fra Dinyolo '-and Yirgiimis,1; luivo ottraotcd good audiences afc' tliis house/during tho' past weak. But' tho grent'siiccess wo'may say,, "of. tho season' ' has boon tho benefit bf Mr Charles ¡Tonos, winch wo lin nounocd in our lust issue) ns; most probably.-a .bumper anda bumper it turned out to be..';"Tliis'gentleman,' however, is such a general' and dosorviiig favorite,' that wo do not aiTogato great credit to ourselves in having anticipated snelln result; i'¡Tho.programme of thb'bvori-: big was very attractive, PautOlilford, and tho laughable burlesque of Dido. This latter would almost in itself havo boonsullloiont to nttwict'a'vory full house.1 ? : ,!n Our.'spuco will not allow us any'criticisui'ofthe picco'; ' but wb admit with readiness, that it! abounds' with ?humour,'wit','and 'allusions, bamngy lib wovor, somo'stale. local hits. . It is not necessary for us to state that Mr C.' Toling, ...

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