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6th.—No segars to be smoked in the Dining Hall or drawing rooms.

7th.—The dancing will commence at 6 o'clock precisely and no new dance will be called after 12 o'clock.

Nov. 21, 1808. The Committee of Arrangements reported the following statement which had been agreed to and signed by Mr. Blanchard

The Committee of Arrangements do agree to pay for Eighty Suppers at least at each assembly—the supper to consist of the following articles to be provided cold, viz.:

2 Hams, 15 lb. each.

4 Neats Tongues.


Crackers and biscuit. cellery with dressing.

Fowles 2 dozen.


Best Lisbon Wine in bottles, good cogniac Brandy, Gin, Loaf Sugar.

Mr. Blanchard agrees to furnish the above mentioned articles at the following prices:

Supper at$0.25
Wine for Bottle0.66
Brandy per gall4.00
Loaf Sugar
Lighting and Warming Hall and drawing rooms9.00

The Hall, Drawing rooms and Supper rooms to be put in order to the satisfaction of the Managers.


No lady admitted under 15 years of age.

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