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   British Press (Newspaper) - January 1, 1820, London, Middlesex                                Number 5326. HIS EVENING, SaTUHDAY, January i. will be rrtiiealfed' Mutart's f�T6urif(! Opera, entjiled ' LE NOZZE Df FIG A RO. I'^nd of tlie first Act,:the.new'Di�erli>pnient. After the Opm|the uew B� j�oriBiaucbi' Wil alsoniiike liis-lirtfnppparance in iiiis.couuiry. raSArnB.nOYAl,yJ>HVRY.LAlfB: tlUIIS EyEWlNG, SATURDAY, .lui.unry l-, fe.    his Majesty's itervauts wili.pcr/urm the Comedy of � THE SUSPICIOUS-HUSBAND., 'ir.Striclland, rtfr. Pope; Fr;�iikly, Mr. PMley; BeUamy, Mf. Barniwd; Uanjer, Hr. EllUlon; Jack M�ef!01> Mr. R rssell; BncklPiHVIr. Vinirig-, Teiter.^Jlifr, Knight. , i^if. S-xtlaiid,' Mrs. Oraer.;-,Clv�udaV'Mrt. Eavrit*^ JaciSittta, Ui. MiirdyBj.Lutjeitg, MiraKeUj. ,  -r-.?;/ which, "rger; Nigra, Ogre's Wife agd .�v11 Gemuftr Mr. Meredilb. A groteKqae P�� Deux, fay Mean. BoiogtiaanitSouthby. A PasSeiil by �^Ui Tree, BoJtts 7�. 5 Secoiid Price 3�. 6d-Pit 9�..6d.; Second PriosS-iBi.-Lower Gsillery 8�.; Secood l*ri?e ls.-4}pper GaJftrylii.iS*criiid Price tid. t: TheUoxjOifici; will beopeir&om EleveirliU FiWo'Clock -Pl�ee�- to he taken of Mr. .RodweM, Box Book'kecprr. Prirale Boxes lo be had (inehtly) of Air. ^prinp, who if ap-^ pointed Cdrtvptrolirr of Ibn Box-Oflice Rrceipla, the Private Biixf^ aoflTicket Uf psrimeiit. as well ai tbe general arralige. ineiit oft^ie Ouors. The new Pantomime of Jack and the Beaa StaliLwill be rrpeatrrt every rvrnme tiH further notice. On Monday, the Opera of The Siege of Belgrade. THE A TH /!- RO YAU COVR ST-GA HDEN. rpHlS EVENING. SATURDAY, Jinuary 1, M. will he acted Shakupeare'a COMEDY OF ERRORS, I:i Five Acts-with Songs,' Diiels^ G)eaB,^iid Choruses, se-Irclril riilirrly from his Plavr, Poeraa, and'Soniiela. Suiiiiiis, Dolce of E|>!iesH!i, Mr. Egrrlou; iEseon, Mr. (.'hapniKii \ Aniiphulis of Ephriiiia, Mr^ JDnruui ;.Antipbolis ii!" S^rscnsp, Mr. Jonrs; Diomio of Ephesua, Mr. W.. Farreij; Ijronno uf Syracnar. Mr. Listoo; Angelo, Mr. Claremont; I)u!:luf Pinch, Mr. BlaAchard. Abben,- Mrs.- Faocil; Ad-riana, Mint-Stephens; X.uciana, Mus M.^Tree; Lesbia, Mrs. OirrV--" A,''ler which, 6ih time, a neir Grand Komantic and Conuc Pantomime, railed HARLEQUIN AND DON QIJIXOTE; Or, SANCHO PANZA INHIS GLORV. In which the various exploits of thai renowned Knlgfat apab-Jr lir, tbat Ihey have long paid particular attenlioa to tFigse'VV'iues which are the. growth of'the Cape, and that frniii their experience, aided hy ibcirexleotiTC business,ibey are  |:5'�'��>� liyrfrtify, that William Barker,-�gecli3[t>t''Jobu. Lxbdiin,' affni.SJ; Robert EdivavdB,'ii)>bd H^'Md^Hlcbavd Itfartin, 11, being in"lUe \Vorbhaiue,sod--befoj^ severely�f> "iitioil with Btipturea, tvere�eiit % asfirt-tM pur)>o��of (  rc-to Mr. Wm. Dnfour;^ all of.ivrboist'l^'fre^ |A!rfectly <�.....il under his treatment in (ivery shortrSlfaoe of lime, as w furtber appear by the sitveraf'Certifi&ies'figned by U'fli, descnbiiigmnrepartlcltler^rIbeircaMi'-: -' �WM KENDALL.      �J.*ieflAR�S^ J'^Tao^iBlfclilNCSS." u III,"'Mr borour's Trealjsfe        �h�i^�fic�lt!i�� of i ipliires," containing siiiiU�rS.i ecU^f^ f.'.u have been cured by his modrot JU^^SfoMfei^S?'.^ i>ispeiisary:&>Mbe.:Cure of Slriclures, aikd.Kole Wflpilffcir f DanmU-JBeincated Boueies),. ttt BernptMJWlf ') ifard.sri�t, where Trussea are.kept on sale^atid fitHsl^. 'uh peculiar care. � Atteodaoce irom'Dine to foury> and ' uin sereo ta oine. iSIE F0LU)WING AttTiGLES-ARieiigOiPBY^i^^ PEBFDMEBS. 4 TKllfiSOiVS VJ^ETABtEpYIS ctoriges r% Greyibr Red Hair fo's j>crm* enrl^�jrD. or Blacfc, .1 whicH*��biiig renders" mtfre durable; Tw^ro^eWf 'i -a this ]2ye IS too generally koowu tarequiAn^niiigiBin^ H mt-ri �^�fji^c� li; caution tlie :Pnb,li!e agjiiist VariOBs I iiiatioiifatbt genuine has always ibe PnBrJ�!9r'�mign �. S CirrtLlNG FLUIftjrivcsa bAijnWglo�* '  the Hair, jMdketfJM it'-in ciirldiirmg f^et^Oiiii-ikwanfii ' �alkiog,.ci^^iii.,d�inp �eaihe^  It x* .%l�o *rtai^Jli'UTi: -ng regeitentpr'fCiUie Hnit; f^' h� pecol)�r ;r|B�� m:, ' 'c�peetv*ee ^up^us^caSM ofiGeiiileijii^^^^^ " ivrreH tbeii'iibklr ^iaer&einig'iMMrfar yAii^ i(t  intore �� ti�l�,~�Act�Keti roon* eKb Sim)e.(.,^'> '1 i Kl\S0KJ6 4a|fRppA& SOAPf wWj, 63f V        which 4r^}t�wf oiWhUar; CfTrartJ-rtjf, .�jtSWH>^Wrti'^'^4pit"'' ' CnUNTlf ANNbTrV^SOCiil AGENERAL AiEEMNt} of pf Ibis AssDCintiuii willMtr balden on FRIDAV^^e-7lb of January, at Half-past Eleven u^Cluck, al the CoiiMji, Fire-Otiice,'Rcgent-Blreet'     � v ,7' , J. T.BARRER BEAUMOST^'i* ; Managing Dirrcliir;      .^nr}.'': The Chair will be taken at Twelve o'Clock precisely. FOUR PRfZES OF 20.000/. FOflTHE SMALL LOT. TEBY, TO BEGIN TWE NEW TTEAR, EDNESDAY, JanO^auv l-2.Jt,'l ivo Prirea of 20,000/. must be d.ci.led in the First Fiva AliiMiles uf ihe Drawine, and the rentfa drawn Prize above 20/. Os. OJ. .will bi)Vir'vT�;eiitv Tlmu-'anil Pounds m�rc. J. and J. ;SiyEWiaCUT had. Ihe pleasure to close the Old Year by distribntiog. under ijitir New System, a great: excess of Priies of 98,00i(fi to fortnnste Adventurers in. London and Us vicinttv, and nearly 1 hiriy.olher Cities and Towns id Eugland and Sratlandand they hope at'the bCr.' ginning of (he New yeAr'in dtmie Fouk: more VtVmt ot 20,0007. ift tlieir ^>rtAn^M Otices, ^ 37, Co��ai^jr . I: l|J,.Boi,BORi�; , :S -38. HkrnAiikvri-'1^^'>'''^'^F'>""'*''^^<^i   ^ �here^Tickel�^�"d^iari.%ariet^i^te.t1i Ibe g �re some^tiitt �it>d        of niyrir^. the uJd priipr�eiBr�-.t�re^. Their ;d�MU>�(j:8, M^--X� Englisl) Spelling and Prqnuncla>' ; tlon; :ihe whole cumpifed from the Diciionsneaof WsHter,. 'Shefidan,-'�nd.Janei} fhj^'.Syliablcs divKfed jind accented : -agreeably to their improved melhodf, and arrnniied on such '.a'^lan'as cannot fail'to famiharize the art of Spelling and Pronunciation, remove the difficnllicsj and facilitate.gene, �rsl improvement in the English lanininge. By B. TABART. 2. TheNATIONAL READER; consisling. of F-asy Lessons in History, GroerrapUy, Biography, Mythology, Natural ftistory, &c. The whole arranged on t. new plan, -add illustrated by nearly one hundred Engravings, brings Sequel to the National Spelling. By ihe Rev.T.Cla Price 3s. Primed for J. Sonter, T3, St. PaiiTs Churcli-yard; sold also by Buwdery and Co. Oxford-slrtel. HE   LONDON   MAGAZINE,  No. I. Poblishrd this dny By BALDWIN, CRADOCK, and JOY, Patcrnoster-row, costjiiss Geiiernl Rrflcclionsi suggested by Ilalv, seen in Ihe Years IBIS, 1819 -. some Account of John Clare, an Agricultural Lahuurer and Poet.-Living Authors, >o. I. The Author of the Srolch Novels; Modest Offer of Service from M. Bon. mot to tne Editor; Ancestral Enormiiics; Memoirs of Mr. Har/iy Vanx ; Tombsiuoe Warrhvinse, or Mugaam . de� . Modes Monumentals at Pans; Iii6uence of Religious and Halrintic Feeling on Literature.-The Traveller, No. I. Verey; ildvantages and Oisadvont.iges of Rome as a .School of Arts; French Criticism OH a cehhrafed German. Work; -Searching the Tiber fur Remains uf Anliquitv.^1^etttr* from Venice, No. L The Veoelian Nubility; Firewiili to Englnuil; MidniL'ht iiuura.-The Collector, No. L The Ivy; Sonnet frobi Scarron; Wlnter-Usih -The Drama, No. \. Notices of the Fine Arts ; � Glesmogs from the Foriign Journala.'.r-iCrilical Notice of Anastasius ; of Ivau. hoe; and of the .Sicilian Story, hy Barry Curnwall; Lile> rary avd.SeteQtifiC'lotelligence;-Report of Music; Roral Lconoflurs; Medica.lj.Report; Comnieicial Report;. Hula. .-^tcal aod 0^1101 Snmipary of Pobliir-Eveuls; Cutaaial THE ?APE OP GOOD HOPE. [From � JTfte Quarlerlg SevUm."] r titc\�Wi       �li i�aiil s of liit^*: ��iir jm^tmhif. .re�<�ittini(itd ':ti�'tb� the vine M the'iiorttHsm Atuiife hiiivwatead    thf and vajltq^; the dirtntic ^rent /.obititble i� tumiy^ear* vnuftafi^vi^ ^ntde wit , � A|rifl�tiff (iwrier dtjlyfif ^ 4 nx^t^k*^ \e�jim *>f lS4^, ttttUoiin i� fiahf/^jiai wiontltongftt to market, ^um^t^titpttM^a^, ti>^utmfit� iengitent aimoaHy, ^widy flft jwiitai^rfirty ^ �nd 4Er� we iimy4>hg"e ^�� iny� te�f�oMr4�J)o bail fled tbither W||^P%f�ay(al^a^e/ (bate*. theltrobUit'viettnWoi �id the eSi.-etleitlt)> das* baniled ;p)iMares ^tu) cotiW&�{dsv ii)eLnice�rire8i>ed viiieyards, ttr^hardsf and^ b}uiigerie�; the.oigbt of numberlesswe!iUfct^�kttle, a'hdthei�idely>ex{efided circle of Deatb(^)()�ig� for^baf^H/ stablesj wine� pressest, and work-sbops, foifntid .tt^tni^ethera tiio'eciuus puif)b'irs;^TiicIrlb4K| cheapness of the cominoit sod inferio* wioeir^f. the^ Cape allows the venders pf-them lo i^se^s^tbe basit of the seyenii compositt/n^i; stomach and bowels.of tlieii ^_ litilenhare of cbaracter !^iffiii:b the ri^J't Imd acquirrit. |^CC vocjlioo ^ t^lS^| Vas al^nflftviti ' .these qef'l^t; ;fi'e�'f}old iqr.-ti asBody isibriwt^fv ^�t wjtbin i&i\iintai �itan\iqiij Cape wtues MiocegitF DuteJt^wJI the'' tbe*ubj^tof not app^ to baifc . nracb to^be iiegre*ted, ��i(ia^.be, rtanows^'tl Citpe winen �31 bjsjge erfi|iirei;'. It cani^ot; rfaAi;^e:yljiie� berjr>'lnifb uf^i ift^'iawtog^ manner pfj throiiijiigitl]�iMoW \ tbe a m Dtii   __________________ little J^pe^jtimifdil^ �d0ple4tii;Jb�^|i>|f gpttie baves ^utgiDtei^ �tfe^B ,co�>^ jJMfctifce i> ci^eieu: Iffslhti.; ail, ripe, rotten, a|id ijiri^. aA^i^^;|^&pr�$s, and to other micleainty ^mcticei^^^-^laifiing ;mr a rolatioii -of, crops; nor has he tite most distant notion of raising any other kind of green food, except a little barley iii)d maiXe; though turnips; .carrots, potatoes, lucern, clover,' and, we >have reason to think, every kind of urtiiieiiil-gtass  - foe the Tnartcet; his plough is ao unwieldy machine, which; heavily di^i^g^d along by twelve or sixteen osen, just scratclies the ' nqt/ace; and avoids .iny-Jiitfe" patch thet may be sttiny or boshy, or aiiffer than the rest. He soroe-thnea turna the ground to let it Ire fallow, but tt^tdam gives himself the. troubfe of collecting tnaniire J yet he rarely reups less,than, fifteen for *iievt;freQttflilef��ber,;lS10/�AI(ki�a(ki^edt-ae Xtelce^d^^ par.i^ denied baving bad any currespoodeacg wrtb ibe We ^f" Elba: he denied atsa'Wing wijlten Ite icUer infSKXHba to Dr. Rraoult; and beaffirmedi tbat be atiil not �(CtPfthe � place of Inspector.Geaeral of ttie G ^r many days of hesitalioni �)d tbat Jie JKd :^t enMe. fiioctious�alilibcS&tbof Harcb.  . �     " The charges a;;uin*t the Genenil, on the fo^er proceedings, were-. 1st. That he betniyed. tbe King^ in aece^^Sl^ any place under   Bonaparte before the- &8'^ March ; wtii^eas he had on the SOth foe�t� ^ogUfi i.ated to fill Ihe officeof-iBspector-Geiwrai'-rftlJle^ Gend.irmerie; and, �      '' , ^..tl*v> 2d. That he; by secretjirtani�iivfe�r'wd^;3(<^^ nf crimina}' iftteifrge^ce; rikctlitetMlUhe 'hH^ Bonapalt^.lo'Fraiice. . Attc^-tthe reudmg of the docdoKwis, thtf-^On^,-de Kovigo was iiiiroduced.'. i2B*w�riK.-M40��||nft-'? PBt^%yann8h^l!& fb'iiiJidtedlirei^iMilw*^ tenant-General, and Uie decoratiou of Gran4.v0jR-*' ' cer of the Legion of Hondur.  Tie bowed W tie* ^ Council us he entered, and they, rose tO: retbbv? ' tiie Mime. ' '  The President asked hi� name, tiftet.:&*. 5?**?:-which having answered, he delfveredlltt%Q�%ltejl � peech - '"^^ "Gentlemen, I Imve^wked, fur-ffinr yp;ir�ijtfie'.?r. -day which at last iihnii�it^p1an ib�i V, Circvrmsianoia' which I could notcof^rotbave keptmet^urm^thai/' ikitervaK in foreign inrmes,-and have-|�riiv*ut� tl>aiJi�t' wA'uld f ffice all rrirMreciipoi, all its^-fights.   It InisWr 
                            

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