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   British Press (Newspaper) - January 8, 1820, London, Middlesex                                C5S l^"-^"->;:.Ci' NuM�BR 5332. Kiy&S THKATItE". THIS EVENINGi SATUH \>^Y, Jan.iBry 8. wilj be perfDrmed, for ihe 6nt tiaie ip this couiitry, RuiiJiior*> impnlar Opera, enlilint LA CENERENTOLA. � lo wbicb Signor Torn�Ul make bU ftrilttppcnrence in tbis country. . 'Eni ofihr iirltOPUECT. Colonel.M�Bii|PTih5r,        Wnfey,' Hriiry Bertrani, Wr. Brahnin, in whicji Ctiiiracter he wilt iuiroduc^" Now Hupe,: iiiiw Pear," wilb Miss Porey-a nrw - Ballad-^Thf .Last tVurdsuf Mnrtnlon-and " Scots wha hiie w'i''w'�lliiceble^ !^ UomiDie Sampson (tirjil-dime),, Mr. RaijseH; Dandie. Bin.^ nioiit, Mr. Butler; Dirl$>Hatleraick, Mr. Viifinic; Gflhert" Gloasin, Mt'Gatlie.   Luey Bertram, Miss Carew; Flora, Mrs, Orj^r; MetftMerrities, Mro.'Bgrfton ; Jnlia MaBner-inic Miss Povey, in wliifh she will iiilruiluce ''.My Htury i� (fone ." ami " Swrei Rofcin." After'wbich, 12lb time, an enlirely new Comie Pantomioie, - cilled. JACK AND THE BEAN STALK; Or, H4RLEQ0IN AND THE OGRE. TheOere, Mr Htid�ii>; Jacti, Miss Povry, ariprwardsHar. ��({Ilia, Mr Boli>i!>ra; Pant.aluoo, ^Mr. Elliall; Clown, Mr. Suulhby ; BaUa>i Siii^'t, Mr. Benson. Jack's Mother, Mrs. Pearce; Jmwtia (afterwnrds Columbine), Miss Tree; Arpa, tluud Genius of the Harp, Mrs^Orger; Nigra, Ogre's IVife bthI Evil Geuius, Mr. Meieilith, .4 i;role>que Pits Deux, by Messrs. Bologna and Soutbby. A Pas Scul by Miss Tree. The Bux-Officewili be open from Elereu till FjveoT.lock -Places lo he taktn of Mr. Rodirell. Box Book-keeper. Prirate Boxes lo be had (ni|;hlly) of Mr. Spring, who Is ap-)ioiiilcd CiiinpirulliT uf Ihe Box-Office Receipts, ihe Private BoxM and Ticket 0e|i3rlmeul, as.well as the geueral arrange, ineiit tif Ihe Duors. �.Ui Muiidny,' The Siege of Belgrade, with Jack and the Bran Stalk. A uew Comedy will be prbdaced on Thwrsday next. theatue-uoyal, eovbj^t-oahden. rjlHlS   EVENING. SATURDaV, Jan. 8, Jl .   will be acted THE MARRIAGE OF FIGARO. Count Almavirs, Hr. Jones; Fiorelio, Mr.. Durasei; Figaro, Mr. l-'i'tuti: Antonio, itIr.Fawcet� Cherutiino, Miss lleauinoul; Cuunlees. Alroaviva, Mrs. Dickons; Sasanaa, Miss U.Trec. Wilh a Pelile Comedy, in two acis, ralleil A.SHORT REIGN AND A MERRY ONC The Prinrip:il Characters by Messrs. C. Kemble, Clape-munt, Bianchard, Lihion, Abbott, Mrs. Davison, aud Mift Rrauni'>ut. � Afiet wbtcfa, I2th lime, a new Ci^ntl ^tnantic and Comic -' hntintrtaie; caltf'd''' �    � � HARLEQUIN AND DON QUIXOTE; Or, SANCHO PANZA IN HIS GLORY. Ill irhich ihe varioiis exploits of ibal renowned Koigbt sod Squire are faithfully ponrirayed Ihrougltout. QuiX'jda (afterwards Dun Quixote), Mr. Norman; bis Niri'e (afterwards Culumbiur), Miss Scoll; Sauchu PaoM (afterwards  Clown),   Mr. Grimaldi;   Nicholas (the Bar-brrl, X(t Norrts; Samuson Carasco (afiervards flarleqaio), Mr. Ellur. 'ihe new Pantomime of Harlequin and Dun Quixote will be repeated every evening. On .Monday, "Shakspearr's Comedy of Errors. Oil Tuesday, As You Like It: Rusalind, by a youqg Lady (liir first appearanceuu any stage). LONDON, SATBRDAV, :,JiNtjARr 8;  1820! SURREY THEATRE. rpHlS EVENING, SATURDAY. Juimary 8, JL will be presented, a uew Comic Scotch DiTrrtisenieut, cailed SANDY, JANET, AND LITTLE BEN. S^ndy, Mr. Ridgivay; S yanfred, Mr. Huntley; Count of Falcouara, Mr. Beii-rouirh; Theodore, Mr. VVatkius; Raymond, Hr. Ridgway; Thiimasn, Mr. Wyall; Jaei)nrz, Mr, FilzwilUam Hyppo-Iit4, MisaTaylor; Matilda, .Mrs. VF. S. Cbatterlry; Flurella, Mus Copelaud. 'I'u ruiirlude with (IStb time) an entirely new Comic Bur- lella, in two acta, called MOUSE-TRAPS; Or, THE MOUNTAIN COTTAGER. In rabrarsal, and to be produced withoiU driay, a uew splendid Melo-drame, in three acts, under Ibe title of iTaiihue, or the Jew's Daughter. It is iilsu respectfully aouoiiiiced, Ibat Mrs. Mountain wiH sUurity make her appearaure in anew Comic Burlellk. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MR. EVANS, A( bu House, No. 96, Pall.mall, on MONDAY NEXT, Jaunary 10, and Four fallowing Days, rpaE LIBRARY of au EMINENT COL- ft LGCTQR: containing many scarce and cnriuu* arti. flrj,incl�din^Saiidrarl, Opera Picforia,13vols. iu morocco; Musrum Flurenliuuin,cuniSupptemento, 13 voUi; Recaeil. Jl- Piirirailspardloncarnet; Collecliun of Fine Hin*�oUrtW. "its; Lsiiiral^ble Estate of Sir VV. Dick, pliilea,extremely riie;Gopgli's British I'upogrsphy, iijiistratnl with �t>�8rd� of fwurlhousaud Views, Piirlrails, &c.; CarVc, lyis Hibrrnir^, scarce, 16S6; Cerlameo Serapbicum, i'uilrnits, 164i>; Pegise Auglira Majeatatis Pictura, and 'iie Profeny of Charles I. >rith rare Portrails; Daireic'i '4" e Hairi and keeps it iu curl during exercise in danciof vsll^g, or io ^mp weather.   It is alao a mast sur* f'ning regeaerMor of Ibe Hair j for its peculiar virtoct ii� " ali�i?!�.,,lt �f freckle., rsdneas, and birdiiessfrWii thdijiiil, *�*��" 'liippioft auil makes it soft; wjiilit, altd mu.  " "f.^'** V''P�red with Naplei Soap for aUavinif, airfia'p*e�5*�Jj ^'J-W loGentlemeDwbobayeleii4er4'�fi gress, by iVIr. J. J. MiinrDe, thefiillowiiig MESSACtEi'-.  , i       Fellow-fitizeHi of iheSenqj^ land of the i H xem�tftfl?:ii�!4*ie ioMlriUAnd' wfgtero statfs; and ihat'ii deH'tiieWnent ha� bKcn Tell ill'snine of our tuotfied instilitlioiis, whtch has iro|ioi'tii]nably affected their credits I am happy, however, to huve it in iDy |jower le;8S8Ure you, that the lieaiill of our cities is now complelely restored ; that the produce of the yeur, though less abundant thrfn usual, wril not only be am|yly sufficient for home consumption, but afford a large surplus for llie supply of the wants of other natious ; and that tlie derangetnent in the circulating paper medium, by being left to those remedies which its obvious causes sug^esled, and the good sense and virtue of our felloff-cilizen!) supplied, has diminished. Having iiirorcned Congress, on the ijlb of Fe� bruary ia�(, thsrt n'Trealy of amity, settlement, iind limits liHtl been concluded in this city, between the United Stales and Spain, niid ratified by the competent uuihorilies of ibe foriAer, full confix deuce was entertained that it ��ould huve been ratified by his Catholic Majeety with equal prpmp* tiiude, and a like earnest desire to terminate, on the conditions of that Treaty, the difi'erences which had 80 long existed between the two countries. Every view ivhich the subject admitted of was Ihonght lo have justified this conclusion.   Great losses had been auatained by citizetis^Af the United Stales, from Spanish crniseri:, more than twenty yeitrs before,' which  hud   not   beep   redressed. These losses had been.acknowledged and provided for by a Treaty, a� far back as the year 1802, wliich, although concluded at IVItfdrid, was not then raliHrd by the Government of Spain, nor. imcf, until the last year. lYJien it was suspended by the late Treatj^, � ip.Qre .*a|i�fiKteqc>proviaii9f> to both  parties, as was presumed, having been made fur tbetu.   Other difi'erences had arisen in this long interval,  affecting iheir highest inter* ests, which were likewise provided fot by this lust Treaty.   The Treaty itself was formed on great consideration,  aitd a thorough knoviledge of all circumstances, the siibject matter of every arti> cle having been for'^em-s nildj^r discussion, aud repeated references having  been ..made by  the Miniiiier of Spain to his Goverwnent, on the point* respecting which the greatest difference of opinion reveiled^   It was'formed by it Minister dnty an* tliorized for the. purpose, who had re|>re*enled hi* Government in the United States, and been employed in this long protracted neguciution several years, and who, it is not deni^^, kept striciiy within the ieiter of his iiistrucrions.   The faith of Spain was therefore pledged, under circumstances of pe* culiar force and solemnity, fof^ts rutifiralion.   On the p.irt of the United States thi ra� inaiie the means of unceasing atinnyance aiid injury to our Union, in mitny of its most essentiul iuteresttv.   By this cession then, Spain ceded a territory, in reality, of no value to her, and oI>tiHnedl conc^ttiona of the highest importance, by the Mtttemietit af<4oiig W� e-lieved ber�*ir frohJ the ohUg�f�li�r>ra TrristJ tehrt-iiig to it, ^hich-'siie      faifie4 to fulfil,- ajid, also from the respou^iliiyipci^eMt'to the most flagrnst ^iiii peraiciniia abttsea rn.hill, opposite' St.' Andrew'* Chtirrh, recom-mrjifl to the Nobilily, Gentry, Sec. their miicb tijp|>r�*rd BRASS WlH^FIftli GUARDS, applicable lo all gralrs, aud only preventive agiiinsl ltii,se dreadful accideulS whirh daily liuppvu by fireti left io ruuni!: nngnarilol: a large as. Mirlmint fur inimpiliati- ileiuand. -AtsnrTlTrir various Fences furendoKinK Pifasiire Gfuumts. (;u�riutred t� affu'rd effrc-tuiU renislaiire lo . drer anil all fcinit of eraziu; sloifc, and reiidert'd inl|)^r^iluj^ lu liarrs and rubliilii, lytHre tlie prutec-tioi) uf lliiivrra niiil exotics is reqniri-d. In point ofslreiigtli^ - appearance, ai.ri diii-abilily, noparallelvd. Specimens sub. loilted furinsiirrliuo..^ ituu aud W>^e.wurkf y4 SE(0?rrr EL>i riON or .he lonoq.n Cm. -MAG^ftZtNE, published hy BALDWIN, CRA-' DOClfcal^ JltMr, i�;ie�dyliw DeJi*ery. *� Thfi dfjwnflfof. hi* Work .so greatly snr^,issed the expectatiisiis unfile Publisliers as In exhaust the whiile of a coiwidvrable impression uu the first day. The utmtMt rx-ertiuosliave heej^ used lt> p'reveul ilisappoiiitmeut to Ihe Pub. lie, wbu are assurfd llut ihcy in�y uuir obtaiu this Ma^it. (ine of any Buukselleror Newsman. TVVp SUPERIOR SCHOOL BOOKS. _      This'day is published, price Is 6d, l.ryiHE NATIONAL SPELLING-book. JL or Sure Guide to EiiKlish S|>p|lin; ami Prnnuiicis. lion; Ihe whiile cumpilrd fruni the Dicliuimries of Walker. Skeridaa, and Joiiei:; Ihe Syllsbirs dirided and accrultd agreeably to their inipriived metliuds, nud arrani^ed on such a plan as canoot fail lo familiarize Ihe art nf S|iellinfi: and Proauuciattnp, remove the liiiiiruUirs, and faciliiale gfue. ral improvement in ihe English ianfu�ge. By B. t A BART. 2. The NATIONAL READER; consisting, of Easy Lessons in History, GruKr:ipliy, BU)sra|iliy, Myllwlii|;y, Natural History, tic. Tlie whole srrangrd on k new plan, aud illustrated by uesriy une hundred EiigraviiiKS, brinf; a Sequel lo the National Spelling. By Ihe RiT.T.Clark, Price 3s. Printed for J.Sonler, 73, Si. Paul's Chnrch-yard; sold also by Bowdery:aud Co. Oxford.street. This day is published, price 3s. 6d. boiirds, rnihellisfaed wilb an interesting Frontispiece, representing an interview be. tween Barnwell and Milwiiod, EMOIKS uf GEO ROE  ha UNWELL. the unbappy Subject uf Lillu's crlebraleil Tragedy : derived from auiheolic Sources, by a Di:!iCt'udaul uf Ihe Barnwell Family. London: Primed for Sherwood, NeelVi and Jones, Pater, nosier-row. Of whom may be hid, by the same Author, I. The LlFBof Sir RICHARD WHITTINGTON, Knt. and Four Time* l.ord Mayor of Loniiun, iu Ihe Reigns of Bd�Rrd 111. Richard II. and Henry V.; coiilniniiig many important Pariiculars respiding tli.il illustrious Mnu, never before published i eniliellished with a fine Purlrail, price 3s. boirda.   Also, 2 A PRESENT for au APPRENTICE-, or a Sure Guide lo gain bulb Esteem and Estate : with Rules fur ins CpndiicI to hi* Master, and in Ihe World; by a. late Lord Mayor, priteVC^oaiHl. *�* Tbeahove Bouks .ire particularly calculated to amuse, instruct, nud stimulate the ris'ing grueraliun. ALADY of celebrity has 114,670/., in CON-SOi.S and MONEY, ready 10 bestow on any person who is willing In Court her favours. The Lady is FOR. TUNE, and her Gifts are FOUR of atl.OOOi, Money and Consols. Two of which most be drawn NEiT VVEDNES. DAY, the nth of THIS MONTH (January). Tickets and Shares-arc sriliog by T. BISH, Stork-Droiier (4, Cornhill, and 9, Charing-Cross), London, and by bis Agents io Ihe Cuunliy. (a Ihe' fj.tlery j.nt ended, BISH SOLD SEVEN CAPITAL PBIZE.S (Tiro qftclihli arc vol pet decided as ih Ihtir vltimnfe value); ihe SHARES were distributed oVer various parts nf Ihe United Kitt|>dum ; and excluKivv of his own Capitals, his Aeriil nt Livrrpoul, last Liillrry, sold pan of one uf the ^IM^io/. Prizes drawn the First Dny ; and his Agent at Edinburgh sold put of tlie ulher Priie of 30,000f. drawn III* same day. amf.hica. ^From the New York Evening Post Extra, LitQfKiheT 8, 1819.) PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. We have the sslisfaoiion ofprrsentitig our renders with llie Pre�i  Messnge, delivered to Congress yesterdtiy at twelve o'elock. It reached u� this moriiiiit; at h)iir-|)4st six u'ciock, by an express, which we employed for llml purpose, in the uiipre-cedenled short space nf eighteen Honrs and a half from Washington cit)", a distance of 240 miles. It was btotit>bl by Messrs. R. Stocl^an of Baltimore, Sloekton and Howell of Philadelphia, and Uulick and Sons of ihiit city. WABKINGTON, MONDAY, PKC. 6. At tjiajve o'clock the Clerk called over the roll, ,�heiif 1/10 Members appeared. The House proceeded to the tiholce of a Speaker, and on cnunting the hailolt it apiieared, that the Hon. Henry Clay was elected.   The vote was- ForSfr,ciay.................... 147 Scattering...................     He was couducled to the Chair by Messrs. Ples-tants and Mosely, and the oath of office was administered lo him by Mr. Newlon, of Virginia. ThomoH ^ouglierty was unaniinously re-elected Clerk, and l})e ufficers of the Htfuse re-appoiuteil, A quorum of the Sennte having appear^dt Mr. Barbuiir, President prv leoi. took the CtMir at twelve o'clock. A joint Corotnitiee, consisting of Mlestrt. Macon and Burrill, of the Senate, and iVieur*. Neltpn and Storrt, ni the Hmtse of Kepretenti>tiv��, were ap-IMlnied lo vrail on the Preaideiit, and inforiik him that the Iwo Houses were organized, and readf to receive atiy cawmuiiicatioii which be mi^ht. make totlMm. The Senate and House of i^epreaentatii^ei -Uwn �^joiirBed (aTuMday, attivflfA�'j|^k.. . , r   ^en� Ike ^PttUional IhteUigettitr.-^Hiihi. Tbi�      fcttfrfefy.'b'fcloj'tj the' Prt�id�nt of ih< al) 4be facna and �iratio�U�cet in my pwHCMi^i relatiirg to it, A nsient fo prevetit all fnlnre diMgrrentebt ritli Spifio, by giiMBg "the moit prompt effe� ta.ihe Tj-eaty, vrbtch had been thiia couciude^ ftllti particuWIy by the ettabiishment of H goveriw meot in Florida, which tbbuld prekerye ATiler (here, Ihe Miuister of the United St4tet,^ tHto hi  partment uf Slate in August last, he was instructed, nolwithslaiidiiig the disappointment and surprise which it produced, to inforfn the Goreriiment of Spain, that, if the Treaty should be ratified, and transmitted here at any time before Ihe meeting of Congress, it would be received, and have the same effect a* if it had been ratified in due time.-Thia order was executed:-the - authorised communication was made to the Government -of Spain, and by its answer, which has just been rcjceived, we are officially made acquainted, for the first time, with Ihe causes which have prevented the rat'ifi-CHlion of ibe Treaty by bis Catholic Majesty. It is alleged by the Minister of Spain, that this Government had attempted to alter one of the principal articles of the Treaty, by a declaration, which the Minister of the United State* had been ordered to present, when he shonld deliver the ratification by his G Hly of such a case, so incoiitistent with tiiie vstet^.titjio of the partie*, aiml the meaitin^ of ,t)ke arHcrle^ duced this Government to demaind ao exphraatiAa on the aubject. which wa* inunediiitetj; gi^t^^d, and which cnrrespoitd* with tbt* atatcmenU   XV^Iih respect t� the otiter act a11e|^, tbat this  i>cU atteinpt witiwtt the Hmitt of the United States, m is fntty evinced l^the aeta 9f the GovcrniDCBt, ai�d the proctee(|iaga of the Courts. . Thrre being caute, however, to appre-bend, in the course ,Af the last titmnMr, that aopc advrntnrera eiiie��aliie*�kM��of the kiod aiiggeat. et:, the atteiiH�i> of *�be eoWKiiatwt uthoritict \o 'tfaat quarter wit� iiAibrdiiMckjr tfrawtt tothe^i, aad itis fcnowu thai the pr%.ctj whatever i> night Iks ban utterly fniled. '      . ' These facts itiVi, ii. it |it BiBei}j Mttefyever; imifirtiat nsind, that the GnvcniHW.(|t of .Spain hHLh> jmtifi�t>le.^i*�e (wr dccti^j^t�^'ni|1% |h� :p  goo(|., jMJlh^ 4tt |Hniptt!�tioiie. accdra^iig,tt>.the tTiM iiiteaC 'U^iliae�f >he f^ttin.^. 9^ ,^,:^.ll!M|.'t<| Ti^ry i<�    If eitli*f coirt4 ;�t i�i ;ifh* ^,|jhiB;, i^ of thi* Gorerument; bat, if-aiich were derired, why were they not asltefl within the ttoie limited for the notification? -f* Itcontemplaled to 0|ien a new ne^ciaiioii resfi^-inf}''any'of the arttcte* or condiijonrof liieTrea' If ? If that were done, to what eai>�eque�eefl might it not lead? At what ^bc. and in wh�t HnriReiV'#^&rd'*a-new negociation tenniuaie^ 9^ ,lhit')iroeeed�iiig,S)iaiirhavTormetf a reiatioo betw^ the twihcowitries. which will justify any ineinuretati the part of the Uuiled States, whicls a strong sense of injury, and a proper regard fur ibe rights an4 interests of the nation, may dictate. In the courte to be pursued, these objects should be cn�8lanll|r held in view, and have their doe weight. 0�r national honour .most be maintained, and a 4iesr aud a distingoithed proof be afiforded, of that regard for justice and moderation, which bat invariably governed the councils of this free people. M, most be obvious to all, that if the United Siatea bad been desirous of making conquests, or hatf been even williiig to aggrandize themselvei fu that way, they could have had no inducement to farat this Treaty. They would have much tnme For gratulation at the conrse which has been partnefl by Spain. An ample Geld for ambition is open before then. But soch a career it not consistent witfc the principle* of their Ghiveromeiit, oov the intereMa of the nation. Froni a full view of all circumstances, it is sob-oiitied to the consideration of Congieti wbet^ it will nut be proper for the United Statet to' carry the conditions of the Treaty into effect, m the same manner at if it bad been ratified ktf Spain, claiming on their part all its advantage*, and yielding to Spain:thoae tecttrrd to her. Bf pursuing this coune, we shall rest 00 the sacred ground of rigitt,. Muctioned iu the most solento manner by Spain herself; by a Treaty which the was bound to rat^y ; for refusing to do which tlie must incur Ibe centore of ether nation*, even those most friendly lo her; while, by confining oOirtelvM within diat limit, we cannot fail to obtain iheir w^H-merited approbation. We must huve peace 00 a frontier where we have been so long d�istarbe^r tto.^JBv- , -itie, it it tatUfactory to know, rbat tkejr "bavo, not been coontenancea by any other E�n�peu* Power.   On the contrary, the opVivsn and wwbe�, both of France and Great JJ^Iatm ,ha�e T�ot  * been withheld either '{rona the Oaiiett''�r r froBi Spain, and bam beenBoeqaivssuJ iij 'fcwour ; of the nti^CMion*   There i* alto rca*oi>��tieheve, t that tfie aen^iaettti of the Iaqie^;G
                            

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