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British Press (Newspaper) - April 19, 1821, London, Middlesex f. of Mr. Urd - Mri Mr. Pope Which the Evening of % * April 23,: will be the of- Mr. Mr. C. Mm. ' a new grand -i THE SPIRIT OF THE Seneschal of Mr. Miss. M * ' ' ' Spirit of Itie Mr. Goblin Mr. The new In one called London or l ro will be 6ii comedy uf She to Tony Oa Opera of Rob tragedy Mr. C. ' On of Guy Henry train by a ofa ibe phi - 1" Six Play to begin at J 7; 3. 6d.-Pit, 3. 6d-; ' 28.-(fallen, U. MR Wrt out of Hin will found AT for the EASTER npd be will bave the honour of his 111 anil In Part Third Mr. will represent the the Polly - - THEATRE ROrAL OPERA - ' TUB April 15, and on SATURDAY an entirely new LECTURE on and of the will be delivered by Mr. BA will introduced and for a popular of the of the has bee n * on a. scale of unprecedented andf i. IN PART and Ilie times ut imitated with mathematical and by a One Hundred Feet in s IN PART Tbe ORRERY of a Circle of One Hundred and Thirty and the Coutet of 1811. Doors to be opened at and begin nt OF i ADELPHI MR. BOLOGNA in the numerous Patrons of his begs announce Ibat several been as aa many made in the different and that the whole now having acquired the greatest facility of net and to excite the most repeated April 19, and on SATURDAY to commence with an entirely and Mechanical called THE PANORAMIC NATURE'S ' ' oilier Turkish painted expressly for the occasion by one of our most eminent in which will be represented a Sea between two Vessels of 2.-An Automaton Male Eighteen Inches of Tory superior Mechanism a Purchase lately marie by Mr. at and which will play Eight different Tunes ou the time himself without external Automaton Female from her Miniature nt other Refreshments to taking in marked Piece or other and either which she will on to its 4-Philosophical among which will be a reil which will lie On the after method used bv Messrs. and other celebrated and will afterwards ascend tu the roof of the arid continue floating in air during the remainder of the The Whole Process of preparing a Balloon for to carry any weight will shews and explained by which take place 4>asl Eight Mr. during the interval of the will exhibit a variety of new and amusing with Magical and curiously constructed Piecer of the Wonderful Self-acting the Prince of ' - CHINESE m which the very favourite Scenes will he Magician's Rope tae If the Storm and Shipwreck The Evening's in which the most admired of will ' introduce a variety of new and of the of W Firr 1 tto M. the WORKS of MODERN from the will be 28lb By fS i; JOHN Is. early with the the ' a ef awarded ED of Vine in the and at be held Guildhall of m eMay of may I V. * JAS 6LACITLOW, -' Solicitor tu r FOR LADIES | Wty either novelty lo which ihry pan sell cheap for have having by SHEARS Henrietta where of largest and decidedly the most in of fashionable at pricti So extremely that no be formed ' Good at 2. per and new at 3s. -' Elegant Scarves and Shawls of the newest 18s. 6d. to IS Guineas ' r for Waving given such great the demand to beg to offer this their best acknowledgments lo Ihs Public for liberal patronage its convenience In alf climates has it most who hare highly in U prepared by them and for preventing to has by cork with and as well as each Label having their ' IOHN BURGESS and SON'S long established and esteemed ESSENCE of ANCHOVIES to be the mauuer that far 107, of the AT a tie several TURNPIKE TRUSTS held and Wednesday 1th day of 18*1, the Metropolis JAMES RICE Esq. in from Hie Trusts namely Uxbridge | Harrow Brentford Isleworth Stamford Hill City Road Vf gas tors to llja Eleven t By u w U ' -' day nt $ John X k. for A. ' BURMHAN is m 8vo. 10*. JO URN A L a - RES I DENG E. the 77BUlfMHAN and particularly at the vf ' By Captain HIRAM the Hon. East India Company's Native Printed for - G. and W. This day is printed it Map aird two and L VIEW of CENTRAL AFRICA a account of the Course of the great River in the Atlantic By JAMES Printed for T. arid P. Highgate and Hampstead Surrey New Cross New Road The following of the 26th Day of March Were read the Meeting having maturely considered tbe Road are that the preamble is not in present system of local both in principle and lie tier calculated for of good Roads extensive the slate of most the Metropolis at this time ' That the and provisions of the said are to the understandings aud If the feelings of respectable bodies of who their time and rice from their local interested in the state of the from their knowledge and fully competent to their That the permits individual Trustees lo be in they will be the General Trustees and the who Will have the entire superintendence and with unlimited power to appoint Sub and to purchase to make &c. That it to this that the evident tendency of the lo create with Salaries and which will cause and entail heavy burdens ou the adjoining Parishes and on the That in the opinion of this it is only necessary to read the to perceive that it will weak aud in. efficient for all That it a aud hazardous experiment for a system sanctioned by lone and that there is reason instead of it msy ultimately be injurious to the - j Thau the Meeting feel it a duty which they owe to themselves and to I lie to make use uf all lawful means to oppose the said and do recommend it to general this be passed iulo a it be followed by similar Bills throughout the It was then the said Resolutions be and ll was further this Meeting observing the Metropolis Turnpike lo have been read a in the House of and referred lo a it be recommended to I lie several Trusts nul lo relax in their exertions In opposing the said and That this Meeting disclaiming all and actuated solely by motives of it duty to call the of all the Turnpike Trusts in the of the adjoining aud of at to the Principle and Provisions of the said from its nature and and mode of that it would prove extremely Signed by Order of the The left the the thanks of the Meeting were unanimously voted lo him for able and judicious conduct in the JOHN Clerk of the said BY a new Method the above troublesome Complaint fa entirely eradicated the use of or whether or short except sit well as weaknesses generally accompanying and in time the system is being one of tbe greatest discoveries ever by J. 39,'Dtike^trnet, St. - references wilt be given if of the Five a in price 4s. S LETTERS lo the EDITOR of NEW on various subjects affecting ROMAN CATHOLIC part ail entitled the People of threat Britain to the People of agreed to at a Printed mid for and 3S, and 24, This day is price 3s. 6d. by C. Pall to his Majesty Highnesses the Dukes of York and Hi G h a to a Nobleman in imitation uf Eighth A ire in. Fashionable the the V. uf B ' the Y a - This day is with a of isle price 6s. 6d. r the J Instances of and most miraculously preserved Premature Collected and arranged from various ' By JOSEPH Author of the Instructive &c. &c. Printed for aud 1S7, MR. NEW This day is in 8vo. price 14s. in ABLE - T A L K By WILLIAM Contents the of the Past and Genius and Common of People with one the Ignorance of the lo one's self Thought and - certain in Sir Paradox and and for John Old T S1 TAYS ANO VISTIRIN submit to inspection English and French Patterns iu CORSETS and CHILDREN'S warranted and perfect however difficult the By his Royal Letters approved by eminent professional Stays 10 restore neglected counteract spinal and support and cure persons invisibly rendering them perfectly straight and without any pernicious or Elastic which visceral umbilical relieve and strengthen abdominal and afford beneficial support after uneasy Ladies instructed by to send Observe the names and this advertisement being and even by unskilful and iu capable EAST INDIA to tlie EiST giva - * ' BUYING HOUSES will be receive - ib seated on or of from maybe willing to the Company with BUFF LEATHER i LEATHER t RED and WHITW IRON tu ' - 0W3SlliRh.^. that rbe he on application to the at his with whom the Proposals left before Eleven o'Clock of the said 9tb; 1821, after which hour the Committee will not receive any JOSEPH ALL IN ONE 17th NEXT MONTH 2..".........;..Prizesof____..21,000 100 Chances for 2 of 4,005 other Prizes sure drawn 17th Uncommonly the-above splendid 17th May 7 3 1 I No drawn eack and no ' No Every Ticket or Share purchased on or before the 17th of is sure lo be decided that when ALL the 21,000*. and all the other 4,005 Prizes be CHANCES of TICKETS and SHARES for the 17th May are by J. and J. 37, and 38, where they sold Two fast ALL the 2t>,000/. 2,053 20,(j00/. Aud by their Agents in the Country t- 1NOIA -i % from bis Owp of THE COURT of the I of an experiment of the pense 1:1 14 13 17 19 0 IMPERIAL HOUSE OF ArRit 18. Their Lordships met at a few minutes before i MILLER'S examined in support of the The was ordered to be and the further con- postponed until after the Mr. S. and other Members of the Haute of brought up several Private which were read a Infier - J. - The Land Transfer passed through a Committee without auy WALKER'S CHEAP BEDDING 48, next to the JUST imported anC a Urge of GOOSE BSD which are now storing aud The trade and private buyers may be supplied at the following reduced well manufactured Goose 211.^0 3d. Poultry 1. 6d. per lb Feather 50s. alid good Goose three guineas 10 six Flock 259. Ready-made Ticks sold at prime cast to those who purchase al this 150 Hair and Wool 60 200 pairs of Blankets of various the N. constant and Copy of a Letter front the Countess DUNDONALD To Mrs. or the American No. 01, LADY DUNDONALD bavins the wonderful of Mrs. JOHNSON'S SOOTHING SYRUP iu her own infant now eight months in affording instantaneous when her dear child had been iu paroxysms of arising from the cutting of her she thinks it incumbent on her lo Mrs. Johnson's Soothing aud to recommend the same as an invaluable Recipe to all for their Infants while the pain of cutting t aud Johnson full to make this 50, November 37, 1820. This invaluable Medicine to be had wholesale and retail of the and No. 94, .by uf alt principal Medicine Venders In aud 9d. per the at her from Nine tilt Tan by bringing a to certify that they arc ml objects of HOUSE OF 18. The SPEAKER took the Chair at a quarter before four 1' r Mr. Richardson presented an account from the Commissioners for the building of new pursuant 10 an Order of the to be Mr. Writ for the election of a Member for the County of- in the room of Viscount Marquis of i Mr. CUR WEN presented Petitions from the Parishes of and in of agricultural to the Mr. BENNETT postponed to the 8ih May his motion for a to amend the law touching the rescue of - - - - METROPOLIS ROADS Mr. D. the of the Com. On the Metropolis Roads Mr. CUR WEN wished the should and put off to the next to give time for a move mature consideration of After a few words from Mr. D. Sir H. and Sir E Report was ordered to be and the ordered to be recommitted in a Committee of House ou 8th of presented a Petition from the Hundred of in tbe of praying that her Majesty restored 16 the full enjoyment of all her just rights and to be SMOKE OF STEAM Mr. M. he should have occasion lo trouble for a very few as there was not a the House but must be aware of the mischief aud occasioned by the smoke issuing from the of It was nut obly but Was also extremely detrimental to property it was a nuisance but the legal process for abating it was attended with considerable the fear of which often induced parties to remove from the even at a considerable He been induced by the consideration of these circumstances to apply himself tu the endeavour to provide some effectual Two Committees had been appointed to inquire into the and the result of their labours bad been td establish the possibility removing this nuisance in a great if not by the use of furnaces on particular which almost entirely own Tbe Hon. Member then proceeded lo describe several instances in which the use of such furnaces had been in removing the Those furnaces emitted but a very trifling quantity of and that was of a ter wholly that of proposed lo those persons who might be damaged by such a greater facility than the law now gave lo effect their The provision which He should make for that purpose chiefly by powering the iu of conviction on indictments nuisances of this wherein it should appear that the persisted in refusing to abate to award the payment of costs to the He concluded by moving for leave to in A for affording greater facility iu the prosecution and abatement of arising from used in working Mr. his readiness to concur in the general tenor of the Hon. Member's and should have no objection to some regulation of the to be applied lo the cases of manufactories and in towns and populous but hoped care would be taken tu exempt proprietors of and other uf in remote and mountainous from vexatious - Mr. D. GILBERT concurred in what had fallen from the Hon. Member for and bore testimony of the apparatus alluded to by the - Hon. - Sir M. W. RIDLEY hoped leave would be given to bring Mr. he should his to make an exception iu his in of mine and works of that Mr. STUART nonobjection be made the the measure lo work's in muien which would equally valid ih case Mr. CURWEN said we that the of the apparatus toe power with or uo increase of and the of the Mr. Alderman WOOD differed iu opinion Member for anil of the works in which W his Hon. Friend find it impossible to induce an exception were made in of the former manufactories generally placed in ibe smoke them was a great nuisance to the but mining works being generally moors aud U would be hard to expose their proprietors to vexatious from ill-disposed living in situations aud cottages scattered among the Mr. M. was confident he could make out a case would entirely consume the the objections of and to their He would nut be induced to make of any place or If proper to make they might bring in the for he would have nothing tu do would not lend 10 make any law on the his object was Iu greiler effect to the existing The smoke of was by law a and might be abated hy indictment on the prosecution of the No persons ought to by it in any ami but those who could make out a case of being so annoyed would be at all assisted by Tie exception which bad been suggested would have the effect of making legat in particular places that which was bylaw a and to thai he could not Leave was then given 10 bring in the POOR Mr. SCARLETT gave notice of a motion for the 8U1 of far a to alter and amend Ike Laws for the the Mr. LENNARD presented a Petition from the Inhabitants of in praying for protection against foreign lo be Mr. CHICHESTER presented a Petition from the Importers of Pottery at against the proposed dunes uo imported into lo be Mr. WESTERN presented a Petition from the aud other Inhabitants of praying that v some further protection might be given lo the agricultural interests of the Petition from certain of laud in the Hundred of in complaining of agricultural tu the Committee on Mr. gave notice of his soon after the to move for to bring in a to alter and amend the Bankrupt The measure he should would brought forward bat would embrace fewer objects and THE NEW Sir G. NOEL moved for an account of all by the under the Act of building the New from the period of its lo 1821-, with the names and description uf and paid to were &c. But on the suggestion Mr. he consented to withdraw the should be Mr. HARBORD obtained leave lo bring in a fur the belter regulating the manufacture and sale of COMMITTEE OF Lord PA LM ERSTON moved the Order for the House resolving itself into of Mr. that there would he uo objection on Ibe pari his Hon. to the allowances and some uf the same provided the Report should be deferred until after the Mr. that the Ordnance Estimates be referred 10 ibe said The SPEAKER then left the On ihe motion of Lord PALMERSTON the several mates connected with the allowances were agreed Ibe Lord PALM ERSTON if there would be any objection to the allowances made to Officers retired Mr. that he should some pari uf Lord PALM ERSTON asked if there would be any objection lo the vote for Sir M. W. RIDLEY that besides the pensions paid of ihe was a fund made up of contributions from the pay of commissioned from which widows derived He wished to know if the Noble Lord's establishment comprised any control over or if he himself could exercise any discretion m apportioning it said that page 45 c J the Estimates described the terms on which that his office had no conld exercise over Ibe Sir R. WILSON had read in 7Vie Caledonian Mercury of certain proceedings in in which it appeared the of Police was charged with having sigat d false certificates for and that when the of that city required his his was defended by the Lord who averred that it was a practice very common both in the navy and He did nol fur the correctness of the but he thought it highly necessary for the heads of tbe navy and army depart menu to give the fullest contradiction to so disgraceful a Another upon which he would make a was the sale of He thought thai there should be same alteration in Ihe form by which such were as tbe present by compel the officer to declare upon his honour that be had u money for the commission thau was per mined regulations of Ihe caused a great deal of and Lord PALM ERSTON that whatever might be contained in the newspaper certain it was lhat in the signing of a false liar was an offeree uf ihe gravest It was scarcely On of tbe various chicks and the general of of honour in the forati officer to commit that As lo ihe other topic referred to by the gallant he did not know what better could than to requite of the officer selling the iu upon his honour that he hail taken 110 more money for it had previously Sir R. WILSON did not complain of Ihe infraction of that rule So much as of Ihe rule Mr. HUME stated the circumstances of the Police Captain of Ihe cily of Edinburgh over Captain of police had been convicted of signing false certificates people under The of tbe cily required bis 1 he Lord President refused defended the conduct of ami said that 1^ was a which waa never punished in the army and 10 sign false He
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