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   British Press (Newspaper) - June 2, 1810, London, Middlesex                                IfUMBER 2096. SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 1810. I^RICE SIXPENCJE-HALFPfiNNY. Tt)RTHE BENEFIT OF MR, JONES. HjEW THEATilfi-ROYALj COVENT-GARDEN. L�iHfS EVENING. June 2, ISIO, will beaded O,. OUR WAY iN FRANCE. I   iWlnlnve' IM1-. Iiicledon; Sir .I oh.i Bull, Mr. Wa.ldy; r''-,S M '.t''"'^�. He�ry,(by permission of ,he Fro-n'l iiie l.vrcum) Mr. iMiilijtps, who will iiilrouuce a J,,- I .JM.cl.e, Mr. Si.....�on9. Lady Bull, Mrs. i Vo... .M.S. birkon. ; Miss Dolly Bull, Mrs. H. |y,veiiliw' , "    '        Bolton ; Mrs. Casey,' Miss Logan ; .  �'-" �'. """'Y'ru r.';e �l' llic iveninij, the foUowini; Songs will be !     l'."ilir rcli'hinled Batllc Song, by Mr, Iiicledon ; t   in irrv me," by Mrs. Liston ; a celebrated Bra-';;^'^'"f,y Mrs. l)i<:kons; � lie.rare the fond ddugioii," by v'ml 'i!f tlic Pli'V, an Interlude, in one Act, called, rnK UAV AVrEll THE WEDDING; '        0. A \VIFE\S FIRST LES.So;: Ihftaecliarartei's); J#riy: Btossbth, Mr. Rnrght. Mfs. Au-Hmt CnrOhno HoneyinontTi, aliB Henley, Clare Sterling, JliSs^E. Bolton;, Dolly O'Daisy^ Miss Kelly (_thttr first ap-peWantes iiT tltuse riialrattrrsir.  _ Sufiroly Xcw i)ccorali()ns Rt-e p/eparing for the Inferior (iT the thc5t!&--r-lloxi^;5s;-r-:i*ttj aiK^Giiiie is.-Upper  wif4 inlroduce, bv p.ii licular ftftif, th.- pupnlaruew Ballad of " Oh 1 I am i|l love " tiflais (0 bt had pf -Mr.BlaDcliard, a.i, Br..:.d.court, long acre; at the Wrekinf avtrn ; and of .Mr. br^hdon, at Mie box-tiifice, PiinccVplace, llart-sfreet, where places may VAllXHALL. Under the Patronage of bis Royul Highness the PRINCE of WALE.S. r|lMESE GARDENS, havi.ijr undergone vny JL   considerable dlteratiuns and improvements,   VVILI. OPEN, for the .SEASON, on MONPAY NEXT, .Iune4. Admission dS. 6d.-Doors open at Seven, and the C'jucert begin at Eight o'clock. MASQUERADE-ARGYLE-ROOMS. By Permission of the Right Hon', the Lord Ch unberlaiii. SI^ADE most respectfully informs the N -bilitv. Gentry, and his I'riends in (rcneral, llml his RKNF.FlT MASQUEl) JJALL will take place ou WEDNESDAY NEXT, .Kmc 0. Gcntleincu's Ticket ll. lis. 6d.-Ladies" Ticket ll. Is. To inclnile Itcfreslinients, Supper, Old P.iri, Shiiry, M.ulfira, and Claret.   To bo had iit the oflke, Liltle Ar-yle stieet. r g the Nol)iUty, and Kaniilies in t^onoritl.- K. DALE has the honour to announce, that his celebrated JAMAICA GINGER WINE is strongly recomme ided by those eminent Physicians, Drs. Puarson, Rcynulds, Fnrqn-har, &c. as the best etomilchic as^ainst' the Spasms, (iout and Rheumatism: Half n-dozeh bottles ^as sample) will be sent le any part of Town. Warehouse, No. 33, Coveiitry-stieet. N.B. Purveyor of Cyder and Perry to Her Majesty. BRITISH GALLERY  OF  PICTURES, AT NO. 54, NEtV BOND-STREET. JOW   OPEN, air   EXHIBITION of WATEft-COLOUR  PAINTINGS, from the old Masters, incfiuliii!^ the Marquis of Staftord's Collections in ^'lJH*l^^^ttl^y*,v^M'^^^^ iufqn4.t'Ke anl CU.iise, and oc a-sionally to Jo in-door woTk, Also a Feimle Sdi-Viint of .all wrork. They aavsi have good ch.uuctcrs, and be well rccotii-Aiendcd. " Appij at the OGlcc of Therapulcgia, in Charles street, Suhu-sqiia: e. . WOBURN ABBEY SKfiEP-SHEARiNGViVK.r ftinrr.ini*. EvenUi^. Miitjjuy, Jniit 18. Monday, June J8. riEW 6t SoulJi-d<',wn CATHOLIC QUESTION. Thi3,iliiy is published, IIHE SUBSTANCE uf the SWEECII of Sir . J. C. inPPISLEY, Rart. on Scqoodiut; the Mution of the Rii^ht Honourable HENRY GRATTAN, on Fiiday, the I sth inst. iVilh an Appendix. . Printed for Faulder, New iJond-street, and .Stockdale, Ridgway, and Hatchurd, Piccadilly. ~ I    BRITHH SHELLS. This day is published, rn 4to. price Itftt. plain, or sGs. coloured, ,4   SUPPLEMENT to TESTACEA BRI- 2\. TANNICA, with Figures. RyG. �MONTAGUE, Esq F.LS. andW.T. Sold hy J. While anil Co   Horace's-Heud, Fleet street ; of whom ni.iy be. hii.d, the First Part of Ihe VVoik, .pi ice Two Guineas jdain, or Fonr'inincns coloured. This d;iy arc pulilisbed, in 8V0. price iis. fjil. OBSERVA riONS ( n the lUanner ..| ('o.Mdtict-inx iMARINE INSURANCES in Great Britain, and on tbelleport of Ihe Select Committee of the 'Hniiscof Commons, to whom the stlbjtct was referred : including a few Remarks bnJoint ^tock Companies. Printed for Gale and Curtis, 23, PalernOster-row. This day is published, in two Small volumes 8vo. price I4s, in board's; the (bird Editiun, of * rpriE  LETTERS of   Mn.: ELIZABETH .JL MONTAGUE ; with some of the Letters of hi:r Correspondents. Part the First, containing her Letters from an early age, to the apftt orTrtenty-tbrcc.' PubliRhedby,4lAJTrtW MANTAGCE, Esq M-F.  -_^Frii;te  execution the Act of' Parllxiiient, which r�>ceived tiic Royal Assent'on the s;4th inst. will b� liclil iit the Crown and Anchor Tavtr.i, in the Sliand, ou Monday, the 4lh of June next, at eleven o'fclnck, in the forenoon J.E. CAKFER. M�y 21, 1810. K. c.SALE;' N B. Tickets for the Dinner, at 5 o'Clock, will be ready fin- delivery, at the Jinr. ON THB VIH OF NEXT .MONTH THE GRANc STATE LOTTERY WILL RE DiflAWN. UDGEvS. PAINE, u.kI CO. Siock-Brokers, ___149, Qx^rd slrfct, and 44, St. James's-strept, le- specil'ofty iiiform tlie Public, that the Tickets and Sh>tres of This ddy is published, pricfe 3S. ASERMON, pitached bdw^ �he Lorfja Spiritual andTtmpoial, in tlie AljbeyPbitKcb, West-iniiiKier, on Tnesday, January 30, 18 lo, being the Day uf King Cliarles''a Martyrdom. By WILLIAM LOitT, Lord Bishop of Bristol. Printed for T. Cadell and VV.  Daties, .Strand';, and J. peighton, at Cambridge. _     , ThiS day is published, cU>stly printed, in small octavo^. ' price los. Od. in bgurda, li|iRlTISH FAUNA; containing a- Coinpen-.iJ dium of the Zootogy of the British Island^., ai-raoged accordinf; to the Linnaean System. By W. TURTOlt, M.D. F LS. Sold by White and Co. Horiice's Head, Fleet street. This day are published, handsomely printed, iq^oue volume, lar^e 8VO. price9s. boards, ADDITIONAL STUDIES, perfective of Th8 Temple of Trutb. Printed for J. Mawman, No. 29, i'ouitry. Of whom may he had, by the same Author, I. The TEMPLE of TRUTH ; or,, The best SyBlem of Reason, Philosophy, Virtue, and Morals^; Analyticalty arranged.   Second Edition.   8vo. ^3. boards. STUDIES; Sacred and Philosophic; adapted taTbd Temple'of Truth.   In ope large yolume, Hvo. y*!^^boards.   . This d&y is piiblisbed, iit sto. prieel^sU;'  '>*'.   , � NARRA nVE bt: the OPEliA^Ki0NS c5 a DETACH,M�NT4diJi.EX,PEeiTION to CA?Sl>X> in the Islaiid of CEYLON, in ilie yfear 1804, .�irS>�>fl)b. 0 bservali (ins oa rke�ureYiP.n8-Ca�u^ , �fGandiiiB VVaVfkrer ^fS^P^ j^^^/'^fi^^i^S-^^^ " By, Ma3.-r�4Q^^lfS1*ilSr,^^;vV Of the (bird Ceylon RegiMient,^beneaptiuttrCoMin||id&a^^^        ^; tl.e Detacbineiit.  - . ;   ./ " London: Printed for C. aiid R. Baj^jyin, KevTBri'dgf- ' street. �         �� �       ' , _ " " This day is published, price 4S. J  '     ' AN  INQUIRA^ into the EFFECTS prodiiced'     r on (he NATIONAL CURRENCY ands^;(rmS**f .   : EXCHANGE, by the BANK ttESTRlCTION 9JdtLv��-; plaining the cause of (he high price of iJulRoOKjVijfli^lfl^^     ' . for; mniiijaiuing the National Cbins in^ sWte     Jiiaj^a^^        . and perfection. - By R. :�USHEti:, of His ^fa^ie^6'i^^ j '   '  . '    . The second cdi(iou, wi(b Observations ^?PtittfeVrf n;.;!iili2. ImpkiiliiMs. WrflnrFdny, Jiinf 'JO. Pi-7e '.tVtVcis, dead. .Seioi.d Sbtw of South-down Tops. Sheep shearers. Shew of Hereford and Devon CiilHr. Salcof Soulh-down Ewes. Tuowlevi JTine 1^. 15rt'�"W So.W^ir-irnvrw twt*.- -.S.mlh-dov. 11 Tinjrt let. Mir-MO Tups let. Siile of H.-itfoid and Devon Ciiillc. Wcdliesi'ay, .June 'i^. Rule ofSdnthdovvn F.wes. . 8iiiit!i ilowivTnps let. S.ile of Heiefoid and bevon .   Ci-.tllei. . , - . -      -      ________ - Eighth f i,.'i�uL and even a ^i&leenth upwards �f(),oool. , NR. .Schemes at lunje "(atis, with a, list �f Capital Prizes I'eccnily sold and sharcil iit the.ahuv^OiBcea.^ ^/FOdft llUi^JDRED EXTRA~CHANCF^. WlEt' tiivl CO. Hie .Sfllin^ the Ticketi and .Shares of ihe NEW S.tATE LOTTERY, coiisWifts; of , ot " The Thorn,"' hy Mr. I.ce.-And a Coiiiit S.mp;. nv .Mr. Heirina. Previous (6 the Panunnirtic, Mr. Recs will 'Ijrlhohi!,! t.me bnt one) diliver his  �b\ch will be ad.led, for the rtftth time, t lie* Pa,ui,niiuc c�ll^^ HARLEaUlN AT HELICON; K I'luloinuiie Renovated. The Music entirely new, by �i.(;',i.a.sUiics.   Cliittiij Mr. Laurriit. Hbxe�,4s.--T*it, 3a.; Gallery, IS.-Half Price at Nine  'rniance to commence at Keven.-Tickets and r.itis f.�r the Ho\ist.> In-taki^n at (he Tlkeatre. N.B. Private Buvea to be taken by the Ni?ht. ' ^   �' ' he Golden Pippin, c(jn(iivuing (o be reeeix'ed with , J    si ;i:)pieredenlt.d appbuie, will be repeated every cven-funliev notice. ^ IMTKNT LAMPS AND SPEAKING PIPES. J AtM>LETON, PATENT LAMP and \y* SPFAKING PIPE MANUFACTURER tt. His ^'!JMs'sT)ca�',fi�, Soniviset House, &c. beiHe and lofty four-post bedsteads, witli furniture, made up in the present style, and suitable bedding ; tent ditto ; u grand pedestal sideboard, and card tables to correspond ; secrolaiies, waithobes, double and single chesis of dfiiwers, ladies' commode ditt.> ; a set of pailour chairs, c�i ^~,.�(ea ill purple .Morocco leather ; a ditto set, in black L.^rse-hiiir; lie.l room chairs; a capit.il set Of dining-t.iblcs; suiiic; valuable prinls ; paintings; large carpels, with green Covers ; bronze images; some rare cut gla�8 lu^ilres ; suiue ditto cut glass< fir sideboards ; av.d other valuable efTecis, too'numerous to mention in an advertisemeul. t* To be sold without reserve. Crttalogues lo be had at the place of sale; and at John's a;iies/.If^1Q^ Of whoth may be had, jitsi;iiubli^i^j^ . Th^ MAI Dof REIiJMORE; 0ii;'j[*l4�^||iii .ob.''Heiitds?|v;\ liythcRev.' Priiitied fo/ Ctiurcb-yard : Tickets. mo .... 1 o� .... 100 .... 100 , recommend to In a few days nill be published, liaiidsotoeiy pirated,iti   L.3    3 I 11 The paytiient of the Prizes of the Shares is secured by Government, �.s the Tickets from which they arc made are ail deoosited nt the Stamp Office. Ciubs, Societies, Stage Coachmen, and Carriers, will be allotrrd a handsome Discount.-Registers gratis! NEW STATE LOTTERY, TO BE DRAWN IN JUNE. HAZARD, BURNE, and Co. Stock-Brokers, respectfully inform tbe Public, that TICKETS and SHAKES for the present STATE LOTTERY are on sale at Ibei*' OtKce, No. <)3, Royal Exchange. The Scheme is on the same Improved ^btn as tlie l�st, as (o Number of Ticktts, Mode q{ Drawing &c. and presents in addition to the 20*.".: rr^ilE SABINE FAKiVl-aPoenr: inl<^*hi^h M.  is intei-woven a series. 9f Translations, cliieflydfeM^ri^ tivc of the Villa and the Life of H.piraicei s       r , " M ovemur enim, iiesbio   t�tkeu tMJi (h^ spot.  By ROBERT BRADSTaEEJ, ,E�^. A.M... LORD CASTLEREAGH'S ANSWER TO^ Mfi. Thi9>day is publiiiW^^rice.JIB., LORD KENYONJS OJBSEp^l A SPEECH which OI7?iiit^$1l Dr. DUIGENAN on tbelE^^ SECRET Ul^QRY pfjth�i^^^ marks on .'the Clatfaolic Qyies^to"*r! Grcf)ville'9 Letter in'ptnrtjtulariif'^^ ) paper; proofs,^41 4lsii CtMil^S- 6*. ^ixm,^fi(h Rs- J^jfi and on Lord ;i;�^; 15^1^'it>S|�.   

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