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British Press (Newspaper) - July 19, 1821, London, Middlesex iS ' will be opened this i hii BLUE Mr. - ' by To conclude the Dan Mr. Mrs of Kb JL win be acted of. king henry the PART THE Kine Mr. - of Mr. C. Prince Chief Mr. Egeri Sic John Mr. Mm. Ill will be introduced displaying the -I the Mrs. the The Poor ' KEW His Most Excellent has bVen pleased lu command thaf the Theatre this Evening shall be opened This July 19, wHl be acted five called the HEIR at Mt. Dick Mr. Doctor Mr. Zekiel Mrs. Cicely Mrs. the the ancl Rule Chorus of with the Grand Coronation i ' To conclude Willi the Musical Entertainment of THE AGREEABLE The Wedding No His Excellent to thai this Theatre be opened gratuitously to the WIS 19, will he performed ibe Comic Operatic Piece called WALK FOR A A BAILIFFS which the Comic Operetta called FIRE AND Captain Mr. J. Mr. Mc Between the Mr. J. Knight will give bis of - - ' Madame Seul 6rst appearance - To conclude a new Dramatic Loyal called a SQUEEZE TO THE The W. Mrs. aitd Miss L ROYAL WESTMINSTER riS most has been graciously to Command that THIS in of the this THEATRE OPEN ED GRATUITOUSLY to the Id prevent secure comfort to the MrT will ai from Tea till Two fur the Tickets to Persona who choose two Persons giving their and Ihe Public inay rest assured will be issued House Doors open at and begin at Six with GIL BLAS DE THE HORSE Equestrian Comic and the Comic of HOGARTH'S INDUSTRY AND TO BE DRAWN JULY 24, 1821. The a Red Ticket a Ticket is sure tu gjin a 31. SCHEDULE OF THE 1 FIRST GRAND valued 0 1 SECOND GRAND 3>75" 0 1 GRAND 933 1" 40 CAPITAL each 14 0.. 6,868 0 IbO 71 8 1,0U0 35 14 41) 4 100 i 390 4.000 9,4CB 12 1-2 8 8 6 C 5 5 4 4 0.. 0. 0. 0. 0. 0.. 0. 0. 1 CAPITAL 1 LAST GRAND CAPITAL 10,710 10 35,700 0 2,520 5,027 0,300 31,000 39,7&7 3,000 ' ' EAST INDIA Jult 18, 1821.-. of ihei Jl. MERCHANTS trading to the hereby give That been may lead to of a INDIAN the Loan resident iii are hereby of the that furnish Agents with ' The have their Bengal -Id anew Sik per in Iq the Cent. Loan obligations are and to receive the who have .to give to ibe existing wilL a period after the Ntw their it tot Ibe proposed PETER PUBLIC are informed that GRAND MASKED In of rhe CORONATION OF HIS MAJESTY THE will be given at these Gardens on the 93d 'a of unexampled embracing an unusual variety Novelty and of will be expressed in One Guinea including supper not are lo be had at No. 167, and at Mr. No. 38, New Falkner's Music No. 3, Old No. 78, Strand and at and Music No. 26, LOTTERY July 18, 1821. LORDS COMMISSIONERS of his M. MAJESTY'S TREASURY have been pleased by their the 16tb to order and direct that the last Day of the present Lottery Third for 1820), should lo TUESDAY L. 24th the present Lottery will ' The Wheel contains 1____of......25i00a Consols 1............. 15,000 3,000 6,000 2,400 41________....... 26i 1,025 50.........._____ 1,050 12 12,180 ' Tickets and Shares Sale by Co. at their Old Established Bank CHEAP - 3 corner of respectfully inform Friends the have about One Thousand Pieces of best in any at 5o. per yard-wide Scutch 2s. 3d.; Kidderminster 2s. 9d,; best Superfine 3s.6d. Five Hundred Pieces Furniture Dimities and at 6d.8d.,12d. and 14d.a Hearth Plain and Figured Druggets of every equally Carpels made up in town or TaYS and VISTIRIN submit for inspection numerous Patterns of Foreign Corsets and Children's warranted fur retentive durable and perfect fashionable however difficult the By Majesty's Letters approved hy eminent Medical to and rectify and aud cure persons rendering perfectly straight and without any pernicious or Elastic which reduce visceral strengthen give most support after without try Ladies by to send Observe the and being continually imitated hy many unskilful and % ojE 8n,9.iwoHaBceiBepii,hf a for df a the intended Ig 16,550 Grand Total 12 The superior merit of the PICTURES GRAND which form is The opinion of the venerable President iikI Ihe Royal was in the VI ry lernis of arc and will he admired hy HENCE has iio difficulty in that Sir cannot be opinions ou their ore aud Mr. can he hut one as their Mr. has in adding his to that of the President of Ihe Royal in be entirely Mr. in which they arc as is ueu and aud the result far exceeds coloured that produced iu A CORONATION In a ffw days will be with 30 price Is. fc SLAP A r S LO P A NO THE GANG a the Life of By AUTHOR of POLITICAL HOUSE THAT Printed for 45, This dny are in 3 13nio. price 15s. AT MUCH a By INNES Esq. Author of Society and &c. &c. for A. K. Newman and Co. Of may he Tlie H CRM ITs or The an Historical By Zara Author of Recluse of Albyn 4 vols W. MAID of Ihe By Maria Author of of ihe Third 2 10s. VARIETIES of By the Author of Sketches of Second 3 Ins. TALES of TON the from 4 1/ 4.. FEARS An and his By E. D. 3 vols 16< The Deer 3 16s. Gd. This day ia in 2 12mo. price 10s. 6d. OA R L E V R A D 1 N G T O N a By Miss D. P. Printed for A. K. Newman and The following will he of the a hy 2 DE Ml or the a Tale of by I. M. H. Author of the &c. 4 of a by Ihe Author Redmond the and 2 FARMER'S THREE a 4 u or Shades uf a 3 PUZZLED and the Two Old by 2 ' BRITISH Collection of tho - - - Mr. West's hisb placed in the a to shew state of Heath the Directors shall ' ' ' HIGHLAND SOCIETY OF mm A general meeting of this Society Was held in the Hall of the Royal on Monday at full attendance of the in ' ' bis Duke of President of the the Earl of was add after a prescribed by the duly admitted of their ordered to be and notification of their election John eldest son of Lord Charles Count Mercer tie Sir Archibald of William of Major-General Francis of and several - Mr. the thereafter submitted lo the Society the proceedings of the Directors since the Anniversary Meeting in the by the Society for the current In referring to printed copies of the the he stated no period had a largier sum been in premiums in the present that the applications for premiums from ail quarters of the from Berwickshire to had been attended aud that the anxiety of the Directors to promote petition and improvement in the stale of rat as far as within the power of the bad induced them even lo exceed the sum at Ihe last General Meeting by some hundred that in Ihe circumstances the present meeting would approve of ibe in respect both to their variety aud The that owing to the great of new members which Society receives at each successive no encroachment would be on the funds by the anticipated expenditure beyond the annual The the the and of the offered by them as io on the I and particularly of exertions so peculiarly necessary under present reference lo the premiums for experiments wilh it was mentioned that in .so far as the Reports the had not in. iif il io the live bad proved That premiums for further had been offered in the present and when the of these it was proposed to publish the whole for the of the At the general meeting in 1819, the Society voted a premium to Mr. R. manager of Rothsay for an invented by him for regulating and economising the supply of water from reservoirs to aud for working A model of this self-regulating with some recent additions improvements by Mr. was to the The application of the at the conclusion of the explained by 5Ir. Graham Convenor of the Committee on to several members in Ihe who expressed themselves much pleased with its gennity and A Mr. Rae Wilfon of presenting to the Society a model of the plough which has long been in use over a great part of the was read to Ihe Mr. Wilson brought this model from on his resent travelling ill that The meeting expressed its acknowledgments to Mr. his and directed the plough lo he deposited with the models belonging lo the The Secretary reported Ihe proceedings Directors in of from former with the view of some relief for the operation of certain Acts at the close of the Session of of 1819, for regulating the malt By these the principle which had been acted from the period iif Ihe Union of laying a smaller duty on mall from barley raised iu and particularly from the inferior description of grain called bear or bigg than that imposed upon was for the time The edicts of the change introduced by these were severely felt all over the had they continued in would have occasioned very serious injury to many districts of and in their have frustrated the intentions of and iu to the of small legal the general introduction of which appears Ihe most effectual means of suppressing illicit From the Report of the of Ihe House ' mohs this which has just been the meeting was to find that to a fiom the imposed by Ibe Acts in is likely to be to This Report fully the equity and expediency of the contended and the Committee have accordingly to with of enabling the legal distiller more effectually lo oppose the illicit trader in the a of Is. a bushel should be allowed on nil malt used in the manufacture of spirits for home sumption io Scotland for three and a further of 9d.a bushel in favour of Scottish bearor in consideration of the inferiority of lhal description ol grain for the purpose of The further recommend for the consideration of the the of an extension of credit on the by authorising Ihe bonding of spirits and As connected this there was also submitted to the meeting queries printed and by the directors in the northern and western with the view of far as the causes which have hitherto obstructed the operation of the Acts use of small The Committee by whom these queries were and of which Sir George ia is io hopes that information may be in return 10 the which will enable the bring under the view of the Legislature measures as may appear or calculated lo establishment of legal stills iu districts of the country where illicit distillation is still Mr. from the Friendly Society reported that the period fixed for receiving the circulated had not jct but reports had been received from certain societies in Perthshire and of which the average period of health bears to the average period of of these - An - to Ihe up oft he schedule bad been the and returns many societies of the remits by 45-^; to bad - as of the of the Peace pif in. a they deem proper lifelike before their ' ' having been by that hod been in the Society bad taken an after a read the last of on already while he expressed his satisfaction at the amount of tho sum actually as stated in Ihe first adequate to the erection of such ns that originally contemplated when proposed in this at the same hoped Ihe of Ihe erection of a national on a more extended meet Ihe approbation and support of Ihe collectively and and that they would second the measures recommended by the general of thai The Society expressed their satisfaction at finding this object to the extent originally in and renewed their thanks voted to Mr. Linning at a former for his active and in promoting Ibe In reference to the recent publication iu ihe Society's on the subject of woods and there was laid the meeting a ion from his Grace the Duke of transmitted through Esq. a of the of made by his Grace on his estates in in the years 1816-to spring 1821, It appeared during this about two millions of trees have been by bis The Society voted its thanks to the Noble Duke for interesting and remitted the statement lo the uu A letter from Messrs. John Thompson and Co. in accompanied by Ihe first of Atlas of was laid the The publishers in as far as respects the materials for the Atlas are but in reference to some of the they arc 1 obtain further and solicit the of the Society to its in those to cate the plans of their the view of rendering this county Atlas as complete as The meeting to ihe to any facilities in their power for the On the thanks of the Society were voted to the College of Physicians of for the use of so obligingly granted for the of and the was instructed lo Ihe same to the Royal All other of were the and among these a MS. of very extensive range of calculations of and flat wilh a shewing Ihe square of upon which opinion had been expressed by some members who had looked at the The thanks of the meeting were then voted lo Ihe Earl of Roseberry fur attention and TO THE OF THE AYR AND your paper the 19th alluding lo a letter received hy you from Mr. yon invite your correspondents to send you their remarks upon his report and The following opinions have been the result of an of and therefore 1 venture to offer them to you for insertion in your next When we consider the multiplicity of and how greatly every one is dependant upon his for the supply of it seems extraordinary that society should have so long continued iu a divided having such a variety of separate opposite without a single or energetic movement to This appears still more extraordinary when we tuke a review of tlie events of all a hurried succession of troubles and selfish But when we call to mind the entertained of our and the virulence of ihe many passions to be inherent cannot be surprised that all at union should have and persons in most ages should have as ihc doctrine that Ihe while peopled with human beings with their present will ever continue a scene of Inquirers have pushed their investigations so far and iu so many examining the subject of and the system of this in 80 many of that a resignation lo the will of Providence for a length of superseded all fruitless too often endeavours to banish the miseries of In Ihe mean lime knowledge and the faculties of men are mure and more aud brought into play hut quarrels and to disturb wars are ou a poverty and wretchedness and Ibe advantages information and improvement arc little felt in the supply of Ihe wauls and comforts of the few are the habits and of that so highly elevated hy his Maker above the rest of but till has only employed his superior power of mind to pervert his 10 himself by bad and finally to brand bis own course owing to the of as it 110 other part of the creation has Discontent in all and envy and haired among the several rauks of Ihe have are inevitable of that Never did Ihe vice and depravity of man appear in a stronger and never did there stronger and more general at ol nil innate principle of selfishness being at the root of all Ibis A in pursuit of a remedy lo human misery is every where seen and a chilling despair and reign when a singular person rises into offering a relief lu the cries of a speedy settlement of and a lo the torments of n new of human Of il is wise and prudent postpone the adoption of his regimen till its be seen and its clearly Bui il is a false to refuse the sight or consideration of merely because it pretends lo. deny Ihe utility of our present practices and opinions while many evils accompany those and while those opinions do not even lend lo remove has been long laid down as an essential that man ia born with by said to deserve no better than Now this principle is positively rejected yet by by this novel who offers introduce a new disposition and character among He He when others can follow to combine new that real or that conduct which creates evil and misery in be unknown in may Though this may appear a mere by every fact connected wilh past history of yet we know that man is a being capable of inent in the iii bis and we the coming shew he possesses siMno very and by the his system of When ive on ibe or qualities of our horn with the r iif wilii Ibe ili aires on wilh a pleasure and with Ihc capability of limb and hy the moral we perfectly comprehend thai the disposition ur r of must be the of m reeled and disposed after iii a to particular we see that self-love or selfishness of man is only an he caimot know bi fore uml thai this acquired menial ho the of his first aud he afterwards increased br the ideas he receives of and to ideas he of all other we have before us a view of we seeing that self-love or selfishness is noi a or of our bnl an after The or of our are passire whereas or is an active and only to be by the mind becoming acquainted with its lilie every of which a man lo bo moie or proportion lo Ibe liberal ur ideas are received into his Our characters and are invariably formed by the ascendancy of ideas we hove In France people imbibe which form the French national character iu every distinct class of the community the ideas which dispose the to character of class are insensibly received and in Ibe same every good or bad running the whole perplexing of is formed and ideas of and disposing men to become good and ideas of idleness often &c. &c. disposing men to bad Above habit must dispose the or fix these in the Religion is loo often perversely upon the to bar our improvement in But it ought to be remembered that religion is for aud that any steps worldly which are not at direct variance wilh God's ten cannot be resisted ou lhat It leaves Ihe social of this life nearly at man's and when philosophy lends to make men more friendly to one the il approves for we are expressly told lo love one and surely no idea can lend more 10 bring thai divine precept into than thut it is easy to train all beings to be and to one lu these days of plans and projects for reform and where shall we look for so beautiful and a plan as that which Mr. Owen proposes Where shall we find a projector actually so wilh that class of society mosi iu want of and with lhat branch of employment the most The remarks of Bacon in his Rules for the conduct of the in the search of may be very justly We are no way the or any that ia or shall more perfect i the common and of the same may for to cherish embellish &c. The philosophy we would will he of Utile service io nor is aud lo be taken at nor tempting to Ihe nor suited to vulvar but solely rests upon ils and Mr. Locke long since said that the human mind at birth might be compared lo a sheet of blank He discover Ihe disposition and by the ideas which are afterwards put upon as snch the il follows that a of ideas of under a and in habits of mutual service and will the young into a Society of in universal love and harmony shall forever This is the foundation or theory of Mr. Owen's now view of and upon it is raised his of or communities uf The business of life and the cares of Ibis may be considered in tlie following light thai land and secures lo man the of his hy the aid of manual and or In the present limes it considerable to he be born to or only a mere labourer among Ihe fur the is greatly overspread wilh the families of and skill or inventions are Ibe poor accustomed occupations supplied whenever they a supply faster linn tho uf ihe artificial and capricious demands of Ihe Our Legislators arc declaring that goods are produced more rapidly than purchasers aie for and while want and misery may be met almost every Mr. explains this great imperfection iu our economical system 10 be by Ihe lhat present increased and indeed every and mechanical improvement iu the supply of are useful to persons of drive the working classes unt of upon the of Ids of which he has derived from aud which has been already proved by lo the enthusiastic delight of all to erect villages on a moderate extent of anil 10 employ the whole population of each village for good and some of the inhabitants in and in aided with every skilful which has been Above all he proposes lo secure to them all the very best in he proposes lo give no ideas or but such as point to ihe common good happiness of lie that while the race as from their habits are likely lo do for a the surplus of goods at the of each year may be divided equally The objection that some will he more idle ami is only but man is always given his and as &c. from certain received ideas and which so dispose the so may we give in the of those ideas other ideas which shall his mind to in- to the ef his health and It is a lhal the very who teach us thai we are having some sort of what is called and along svith it false ideas of and which create a for are the very idlers When we rise early and walk abroad we behold classes as while those who and to prove to mankind lhat have a natural disposition to ore snoring in Every and intelligent practical man thai by kind a diligent lo his workmen of real aud 1111 their he can render with one The was lo acquire this character iii the fust ami co upon the true path of This has and a consequence of this is to 1I1..1 character is an and ilni it may be and that we have tlie power of in thai the whole of his will depend upon the in wbich Ibe and be trained m Yoo now why be position ul belter than Uis new
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