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   British Press (Newspaper) - January 3, 1820, London, Middlesex                                Number 532y. LONDON,   MONDAY,' JANUAIIY 3   lh20 Price 7d. THJiATfiE-ROYAl..  nm/nY-tA S E. THIS, EVENING, MONDAY; Jiu.ij.ary 3, his Mjjesiv's Seoalils ivHI (jevfoim the Opera of >H.E ?!!!'?!�: OP HELGRADE. TheSeraskier M,.             �ho                    ^'^^'! | INGS N EXT, ll,..7th an.l 8,l.iAtf�nf:   A.I minion Ss. When thy bosuin 1;. uv^s ihe fii�li,   wilh Miss Byrne;-^     Tlip nsmil fno^io       ___,i....ii.. NEW EIUOURANION. R. D. F. W A LK E K r. sp--ctf. �!!v unnnnnces his ASTRONOMICAL LECTURES �nj Uib �plen. 1 did ORRERY la llie hiri;.-Assemlily Rooiii, ^ol's Heb.l, Caiemon-jtieet, on FRIDAY and SATORDAY JiVEN- " My liear.t with love is bealiiij;'.' the Duet <'Shall the mnuulain loolc down to the valley or plaiD,'" with Mr.-T. Cooke; and " The night invites to "love;" CiilOni-ICoiieh. ; beii, Mr. T. Cii..ke ; Ynseph, Mr. Gattie ;  Leopold, Mr. Hjriey; Pt^ft, Mr. Pei-rvr-io Halherine, Miss Carew ; ^ Ghita, Mrs. Blartd; Lilla, MiSs Byrne, who will sing the I -Sous of    Hast,e, idle Time." After which, 7th"lime, an entirely new Cumic Pjiitoinirae, 5 calM :JA?K and the bean �TALKk / ' . Or, n.ARLEaUIN AND, THE OGRE.   ... The Oirre, Mr HiidMni; Jack, Miss Povey, afterwards Har-Ipqiiin, iWr Boloe'ia; VantaluOn, Mr. Elliott; Clown, Mr. Sniilliby ; Billad Siiii; �iJl .1^6. IwfUeCtavthc DlSPE?iS.*l!Y, on THURsDaV*^'NEXT, the 6lb instaiit, at Eight o'clock in the Evening precisely: By Order, W.vr. LINDEMAK. Secretary. Upper Crown street, Westminster, Jan. 3, 1S40. v PROVIDENT LIFE OFFICE, REGENT-STREET. presidrnt, The Most Noble the Marquis of BUCKINGHA.M. �vice-presidknts, Marquis of Salisbury, K.G. Ettrl t>f Hardwicke Viscount Bulkcley, Viscmiiil Chetwynd, Vi.scoMiit Dunctuiouu, Lord Braybrooke. trustees, WiUinm Piaod, Esq. George Duckell, Esq. F.R S. ADELPHI THEATRE, STRAND. This evening. monday, Jant.ary s, To-morrow (Tuesday), and Wednesday, the per-furinances will commence with the Burletta of FUN AND FRIGHT. Sir Amorous Simple (first time), Mr. John Reeve ; Frank, jMr. Cowell; Sharpshins, Mr. Wilkinson; Robert Maydcw, Mr. Lane; Doctor Gripe'em, Mr. Daly; Gregory|Wr. Campbell.   Rose Mayilew, Miss E. Scott. After which (23d time), an Imitative Burielta, in One Act, entitled, APOLLO DAGGERWOOD Apollo. Daggerwood (sun of the great Sylvester), Mr;' John Reeve. - � - To Conclude with an entire New, Grand, and Picturesque Christmas Pantomime, entitled, the fairy of the north star; OR, HARLEQUIN AT LABRADOR. Pikini, King of Labrador, afterwards Pantaloon, Mr. U.-ly-; Dolpbini, Prince of Labrador, Mr. Walbourn ; Frogii;i, a Courtier of Labrador, afterwards CIuwh, Signor Paulo; Crabbossini, Prime Minister (with a Song), Mr. Slarrtier; Hnberl, afterwards Harleqnin, Mr. W. Kirby. t'ro>lelln, Fairy of Ihe North Star, Misa E. Scott; Labra-ffiee, but with this presumed improvement, viz. that as the original Members have raised a permnneirt Fund, deem-eil amply siiHicient for the purpose of indemnity, it is provided, that no personal responsibility shall attach to tjie Policy holders. Hence those who seek protection are securetl' from uncertainty and risk of loss as in a Proprietary Office, having a large inheritable Capital, and are entitled to a pur-ticipntion in the Profits, as in a Union Society. The first Septennial Investigation was in 1813, when 13Z.8s. per cent, was divided -The second Septennial Division will lake place next year, in which Persons opening Policies at. this time will participate. Military Men insured at this Office are not charged with any additional premium unless culled into ac/ua  5,..w.ell dressed GooSe Beils, three to seven guineas ; PoullTy^eds, 38s. to three gniiiens ; Flock Beds, one goiuca to SJs.'; Bordered Flock and Hair Mallresses, 12s-to28.s.; best cntrled-Hdrse-hnir Maltresses, 26s. and upwards; Tent Beihslead^, S8s. to SBft; Four-post BedsJeads, 50�; and all:.otb�*;�rliclea,,in llw .8e4'''"2 Liae cqnally dieap: Bed Ticks'Ro!|f..aij>rime cost to pnrrlmsers of Ckiathers, who may. see'ttii^i^l^gs a^.^|^ks fi-letl from l w>-wi�m, -wbiph tHitT>t'ioaWajgfjr iSr for ^rytiVg i^^^ Feathers. , , N. B.-^The Trade and Tavern-keepers supplied on very low terms. 1 EYTON. Stock-Broker, 2, Cornhill, returns ji� his grateful Thanks Io the Public for past Favours, and begs to inform them, the new Lottery, to he dr��vn in Two Days, begins liih of JANUARY, with Four Prizes of 20.000/. &c. &c. The lowest PriiPS 18/. and Two First Drawn Prizes will receive 20,000^. Con.sols each, which he confidenlly trusts he stiall be sd fortunate as to distribute among his Friends. , �* All Business in the Public Funds transacted with Fidelity and Dispatch, FOUR PRIZES OF 20,000Z. FOR THE SMALL LOT-TERY, TO BEGIN THE NEW YF.AR, ednesday, .lANUAfiY 1-3__Fwo Prizps of 20,000/. must be decitled in the Firbt Five Minutes of the Drawing, and the reulh-drawo Pri.ie above 20/. Os, (Jd. will have Twenty Thiiu.^and Pouuds more. J. and J. SIVEWRIGHT had the pleasure to close the Old Year by distributing, under their New System, a gieat excess of Prizes of 90,00t)/. to fortunate Adventurers in'. London and its vicinity, and nearly Thirty oilier Cities and' Towns in Hnglnml and Srollan(l ; ..'and lliey hope at the beginning of the New Year to diviifSToua mure Prizes uf 20,000/. Ill (l�.-ir fiirtmiate Officrs, MISS Bt;R?n, WILLIAM TEMPLE FRANKLIN, E y the same Author, price 6s. in bds. The COM.MEMORATION oi HANDfU,, the Second Htliiion, and other Poems. NAPOLEON. In a few days will be pnbiiiflied, in French, m/a"R.vioiRS  rd'.'rs from the Country ore punctually attended to, ami necessary explaflations most willingly rendered. Leicester-square, December 20 ,1819. N.B__The Maps of Durham and .StufiTordsbirc will be published in a few weeks, aud Kent, WiU.s, ami Warwirk-" shire, will immediately follov/; the Miuniies also of Dciby-shire and Noltiughamsihire are in preparalioii, and the other Counties will be proceeded in with all possible dispatch, consistent with accuracy. sign, by purihase,' vice Burko, who retires-dated �� above. � -   ' 58lh ditto-Lreutenant Edward FuglOn, from half.pay 37�h Fool, to be Paymaster, vice Turner, deceased-dated as above. 63d ditto-IJeulenant Edward Cooper Colls, from half-pay of tin regiment, to be Lieutenant, vice Edward Waller Dillon, who exchanges, receiving the difierence-dated as above. 7nth iliitiH^Cornet William Clark Langmead, from'ihe lOlh LiBbt Dragoons, to be- Eusign, vice Wortley, who dc- chaui!r�-%|aied as above. 87lh ditto-Busign Wijjiam Bateman to be Lieutenant, withuni purchase, vice Hutchinson, promoted-daledes atiore. ^ Charles Hastings Doyle, Gent, to be Ensigns vlcerBitei tTnui--':-daled as above. ^ ' 90ih ditto-Assistaut-Sur^eoft-Jameji M'i|iNH�iilr,fi,-_ _ '^�pSy 'Zmii't-o-oT'-lifTfe Ai�f�a'Di-.SupgeiJn,vice, MaUj^ Fainan, placed on half-pay 25lli Fool-dated Decern her 25. 1819. Uifie Brigade-Brevet Lieutcnanl-Colonel George Miller to be Alnjor, by purchase, vice Wilkins, who retires-dated December 23, 1819. Lieuteiittiit John Cox to be Captain of a Company, by pur-cliase, vice Miller-dated as above. Second Lienleiiaut Henry John Brownrigg to be First Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Cox-dated as above. 2d Koynl Veteran Battalion-District Paymaster George Hounsom, from hiilfpay, to be Paymaster of a Veteran Battalion-dated as above. HOSPITAL STAFF. Physician Thomas Shorti,M.D. fiom half-pay,to be Physician to the Forces-daieil December 25, 1819. Hospital-.issistanl Thomas Hall, from half-pay, to be Hos-pilal-AssistanI to the Forces,vice Patrick Rtibertson, ,M.D. who exchanges-dated as above. BREVET. Lieulenaul-Colonel William Tuyll, of the 25th Light Dragoons, to have Ihe local rank of Colonel, on the Continent of Europe only-dated Docember 16, 1819. To be Majors in the Army-Captains Henry Pierce and William Dauu Nicolls, of the Royal Artillery-both dated August 12, 1819. MeVorardA. The commission of Captain Grehfell, 7th Light Dragoons, has been antedated to 24lh December, 1818, but be is not allowed any back pay. The commissions of Lieutenants Stewart and Browne, of the 53d Foot, have been altered, the former to the l6tb, and the latter to the 17tb October, 1818, those being the dales they ought to bear. Commissions tigned by ihe Lord Lietttenani of the County Palatine of Lancaster. Ashlou Yeomanry Cavalry. John Whitley, jun. Getit. to be Cornet, vice Penswick, re. signed-dated August 24, 1819. Jainea Jameson, Grnt. to* be SurgeuD, Vice Shaw, deceased - dated as above. Fnruess Troop of Yeomanry Cavalry. Thomas Riehinnud Gale Btaddyll,   Esq.  to be Captala- CoinitiHudaut-dated Septein^er 22, 1819. Wiliiam'Dodgsou, Genl.. tu ^e Lieutenant-dated as above. V!illti�n Fell, Gent, to ^e Corii'et-dated avabove. Liverpool Light Horses Roger Walton, Gent, to be Veterinary Surgeon-dated August 19, 1819. Wigan Light Horse Volunteers. John Hudson Kearsley, Esq. lo he Caplain-CommaudanI- dated October 20, 1S19. James Alexauder Hodsun, Gent, to be. Lieutenant-dated November 30, 1819. John Marsh, Gent, to be Cornet-dated October 20, 1819. Commission, in  the  Prince Regent's' Cheshire Volunteer Legiou, signed by the Lord Lieutenant of the County of Chester. Mere Troop. Thomas Wakefield, Grtt. lo be Cornet, vice Okell, resigned-dated December 24, 1819. CoBtmiMion in the Durham Yeomanry Cavalry, signed by the Lord Lieutenant of the Coniitp of Durham. William Weteuhali, Esq. to be Captain-dated December 4, 1819. Downing-street, January 1,1820. His Royal Highness the Prince Regent has been graciou.s-' ly pleased, in Ihe name aud on Ibe behalf of his Majesty, to j n|,point .Vlnjor-General Lewis Grnut to be Goyeroor of the i Hahania Islands, in the room of Charles Cameron, Esq. re-i signed. __ fVhitehall, December'iX, 1819. His Royal Highness the Prince Regent has been pleased, in the name aud ou the behalf of his Majesty, lo appoint Robert Graham, Esq. M.D. lo be Regius Professor of Botany in the University of Edinburgh, vacant by the death of Dr. Daniel Kuthcrfurd. surrender, Jannary 8, II, and Febrnary 12, at eleven. Ill Guildhall, I.OBdou. Allorney, Mr. Wright, Fenchurrh-slreet. Christopher Reed, of Plymouth,  Devon, mejcltant, to ' Urreudrr, January. 17, 18, and February 12, at ten, at tlio King's Arms Inn, Plymouth.   Auoro,ys, .Mr. Hum, Ply-muutti; and Mr. Follett, Paper bnildiii^,, Teuiple, Loiiilou.. Michael Pbilllps, late of Great Pre�colt.8leer, Gcod-mau's.fields, Middlesex, merchant, to surreuiler, January 11, 18, and February 12, at twelve, at Guildliall, London. Attorney, Mr. Poole, AdamVcourt, Old Broad.siieel, Loiwloa. Robert Malcom, of Ashbunnie, Derby, lea-dealer, i., si�f-render, January 8, 15, and Febrnary 12, at twelve,at GuilJ-hall, London.   Attorney, Mr. Chester, Staple lun. William Proctor Whitfield, of the Commercial-ruad, Middlesex,, purter-merchaul, to surrender, January 8, 15, and Fehr^aj-y 12, at ten, at- Guildhall, Loudon. Attorneys, Messrs. JacMmb and Benfley, B-isingball-strcet. CharJeH Uei�ry Darby, uf Feiichurcb.strecl, London, tailor. 37, CoRNllit.i.; 38, HAVlMARKirr; II, Hot.born ; 141. oxfobd-street where Tickets and Shares arc on Sale in the greatest variety. FOUR �20,000 PRIZES. CjW!FT�ndCO. respectlolly submit to the at-^ tenlion of the Public Ihe .Scheme of the I/jttery^Uo beehidrawine on the leihof.lheEaESEN-T MONTH. * SCHEME. 0   0   Money 3 2 2 4 4 10 38 1.K50 ..of... �20,000 ......  20,000 ......      .',1)0 ......      200 ........    100 ........     01 .......... 20 .......... 16 Coiisols .. Consols .. Money .. Money .. Money ,. Money .. Moiiry.. are .. �40,000 ......   40,000 1,000 800 400 510 76t� 19 31,200   p 5,000 Tickets each day. �114,670 l� The Firsi-drawn Prize,'and its corresponding Number, will eaA ha*e20.000/ Consols ; andlhcTeiilhrfrawn Prixe almve 20;. 0�.6rt, ,wilh its qorresppndiiiif Nu,inbcr,,!j,il|efich I,a�e2drt00/. (lJnnpy:--Thc tickets and Shares are .Selling nt SWIFT ti'wl C .'� thwaik. oilmen, so far as concerns the said S. Reynolds, December 31, 1819.-W. Harrison and J. Harrison, of Devizes, Will.", prnilers, December 31, 1819.-G. Langstaff aud J. C. Knight, of New Basiughall-streel, Saint Giles-Willioui, Cripplegate, London, surgeons, December 31, 1819.-S. Gostliugand J. Eve, of Leadenball-strect, London, bard-waremeu, December 25,1810.-J. Thompson and W. Oram, of Leman-street, Goodman's-fields, Middlesex, attorney-,, December 25, 1819.-H. Paynler and W. Hawke, of Cheap-side, and of Wood-street, London, January 1, 1820.-J. Taylor and J. Bradbury, of Heathcock-cour!, .Strand, London, cutlers, October 21, 1819.-T. Hudson and It. Ci;)-son, of Fisb-slreet.bill, Loudon, sailers, June 24, V819.- W. Muckamore and J. Walton, of Old Barge-bouse-whrrf, Blackfriars, and of Newington, Causeway, Surrey, timber-merrhauts, December 31, 1819.-C. Smith, P. Warner, and' VV. Hardy, of Piccadilly, siiperfine-colour-manufacturers, so far as relates to the said VV. Hardy, Detentber 28,1819. -VV. Moxon,A. E. Nabt, and F. Tbielcke, of Londonisnd Saint Petersburgb, Russia, July 19, 1819.-J. Dibble and G. Green, late of Castle-street, Leicester-square, but now of York-street, Covent-garden, woollen drapers, December 30, 1819.-J. C. Reiffenstcin and J. Robiiisou, uf London, and Canada, merchants, December 31,1319.-N. Davis aud VV. Halloway, of Tower-streel, London, brokrie, December 31, 18I9--J. Higgioson, VV. Bell, and R. Bell, of Aldersgnle-slreet, London, nierchanls, so far as coiicihs the said J. Higginson, December 31, 1819. -1. Phillips, i. Jay, and T. .Mayhew, of Old Bond-streel, niusic-selh-rs, si, far as regards the said J. Jay, December 25, 1819.-VV, Stephens aud J. E. Rogers, of London-road, Soutbwark, Surrey, linen-drapers, January 1, 1820.-C. Husk'iiia ami W. Bkkei-staff, of Wardour.street, Soho, japaoaers, Decem-h'erSO, J819. PRICE OF SUGAR. The average price of Brown or Muscovado Sugar, computed from the Returns made in the week euding the 29hday of December, 1819, is 34s. Od. per hniKlred weiplil,- exclusive of the Duties of Customs paid or payable . rhereuii on Ihe impurtatiuu thereof into Great Britain. PRICES OF CORN. Average Prices of Corn of England and Wales, hy.thr Quarter of Eight Winchester Bushels, nnd of paw'i-eil I'hrr boliuf UdliK. avoirdupoise, t'roni tl:e returns recciv�d.:i�.jU� week ended the 25tb of December, 1819. 							 8 s*		K	a a O	� 5	u		p. S.   it	s.  d	s. a	s. rf	s.- d	S,   d		 64 11	42   0	3G   3	25   t	48   1	50   6	28, 2	 Prices of British Corn \n Scotland,by the.iiifiai'i'-f-V .' of l-;iglit Winchester Bushels, and of Oatmeal'p�':'|J>>ll of^ 12Slbs. Scotch troy, or 14011)5.: avoirdupois, p.f't'tfrelifciatf IV( eks iiumediately. preccdiaj the i5th , e^^'^tCTitjJeti, ; 1819. 31 33 .21^8  0, 25. 6 ,v   

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