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which Miss Brunton will play the "Widow Cheerly;" followed hy a new Scotch Dance, called "Jamie and Peggy," and Mr Kenny's farce of Matrimony. Every box is already taken.
There will be a private review to-morrow morning on the Eace Ground, consisting of the South Hants, the Cheshire, and the South Gloucester. The men will be out every day preparatory to the Grand Review.
A most distressing accident has happened to a Mrs Bullock, who resided on the West Cliff; she was looking out of her window, when the sash fell, and caught both her hands; she might have remained some time in this dreadful situation, had not one of the sentinels heard her shrieks, and alarmed the house; her hands are most seriously injured.
Brighton, August 10, 1806.
Earl Berkeley attended divine service at eleven o'clock, on the parade, with his regiment. The Marchioness of Downshire, Mrs E. Palmer and family, Mr Potts and family, and Dr. Wilgrasse, attended at the Chapel Royal. Mr Goldsmid and his beautiful daughter took an airing in their elegant landau. The Earl and Countess Berkeley walked on the Steine after Church. At half-past three His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales took an airing on horseback up Church Hill, in company with Major Bloomfield and Colonel Lee. Count Palfy arrived at the Earl of Barrymore's this morning from London, To-morrow morning it is expected the encampment will take place; the ground marked out yesterday opposite Carlton Place not being thought large enough, it is determined that it shall be at the left of the Prince's Cricket Ground.
His Royal Highness the Duke of Clarence and two Masters Fitz-Clarence arrived at five o'clock this after­noon, at the Pavilion. Some of the Duke of York's suite
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