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   British Press (Newspaper) - January 10, 1820, London, Middlesex                                NUMKBR 53^. or, i^uio.u,:^ tUkArMiiiMYA%,- hnmi 'y-i^/iliiit. The , . .      _____^ moii;it�)ll Jni* cli>*n. In U��^;*Hllry �r jilniq." with Mr. T. i^^f, im&*' Tbv iVi'ithr iiititn to loTe;" .Colniifl Cohi'ii. b�r�, �Jlft#*.Cuatei SJr; GmtiVV'U^^        Mr. rt�rJwVf^^�T, Mr, Pi�ri�ii�.   -Kvlhrriiir,  Miss rar�� ; '5iM�S0fi.'^.l��t�iJ<"<'Koi�." ;, .    :  limr, w rtitinlj nr#!CSl>mie P-tatomimc^' Thp O I. * ami BrilGrnin�,l^_T.,.in�Tililh., ,^ A jfrot<-� ,lbv Mi,.trw. ' �.   .1? .The I)�t>r� "ill be opened �( Half-p^ ;?�si'tf'clbcicj I'rice 3 d�rll, Box iliMnJc-kprprr. PrJTBte Biixra lo be hmrt (iiij;li(ly)  oor�. IVumurrov, the Comedy of Wild Ostn, witb Jncic and the iJi'an Slatt. On \V�-dii"dnT, tbe Opera of Goy Manneriu?, with Jack and the Uraii Slalk. A new Comedy will be proiluccd on Tburiday iv xl. The nltpraiiiiim cif Curiulaiina are cpmplvliil, aiid it will he the first new cbaracler iii wliirh Mr. Kean w;H appear  u hij ri-lu-ij from his engagcmeiii at Bath. THE A TltK-RO YA i, CO VEST-GAKDEX. 1H1S  EVENING.   MONDAY,  Jan. lo, will he acted Shah'peare'a COMEDY OF ERRORS, ]n Five Acts-with SongK, Diietii, GIrea, and Cborusra, le-kcled rnlirrly from his Playa, Poeroa, and Snnnela. Suliiiiic, Uiike of Epiieaiis, Mr. EktIiiii ; �|(rou, Mr. Chapman ; Anli|ibuliB of Epbeaua, Mr. Vuruarl; Aniipholtg of Syracuse, Mr. Jonea; Dromio of Epiieaua, Mr. W. Karrcn ; Driimio of Syracuse, Mr. ListonAngrlo, Mr. Connor j Uuctiir PiHcli, Mr. Blanchnrd. Abbess, Mrs. Faurit; Ad-liana, Mi'a lu increase its alirttcliuu, hy the-nigblly plaudits of crowded and fashionable Assemblages. r|iHl.S   EVENING. MONDAY, J.i.uary in, SL and dorjng the Wcik, will be preseutid (fur the 4ih tioivl, ao en ire New Burlelt-i, in three Acts, entitled LOVEUS OF ALL SORTS; OR, NOT .SUCH A FOOL AS HE LOOKS. Mr, fth�b>rl>, Mr. Miuloii; Mr. Conrtall. Mr. Cnwell ; ^apl�in Mi-lfiird, Mr J. Junrs; Hnmplirey Hugsflesii, Mr. |,ee \ Sanimv, Mr. Wilkinson ; Mr.Slrap'em, Mr. Daly. .Mrs. Hbnharb, Miiis E. Scott; Julia, Mina Yates; Jenny, Mrs. ANrip. Aftrr which l29lb time), an Imitative Burletta, lu One Act cnlilird, APOLl,0 DAGGERVVOOD. Apolto Daggerwood (son of the great Sylvester),  mli]ii^ rboitomy, i leaiitt^ iiiidH(iran�t|i,! I\ave a very novel aud.beaujif^il rjS'ec|, iH-iug.^iiT^Ht il^J^ peiriiire and texture froin all other aHitlei.'ever acetii .To. he hv.l excloBiveiy ( {JH EAWi�;'fteitfiirti'Httlfle.'NA.'n; Benr,i ii'ah'le Silks, in al/ the new Frei'icb Colours aud Piit^ tkfui, NinsMtittir (rf^ Gr�*,4>;-Vp|Kr ctill*. a*^l��t,��.-*Mie'y,-Ooori apea at HaiCpat^: Fire, lo romai�nc� � ilalC'pMi _________   ,, prlfes:-riipffjil White Goose Feathers, 2s. 6U. to per Ih., Grey (Jnosp, 2b per lb.; Poultry, 1SU. to 18d. per l.b.; Kl icks, 3d. to 6d. per 11; i;W.ell diVfifM Goose freds, Ihn e to seven sninea^i; Poullry Bedi, SSs. lo ibree gnineas; HpcIs lieils, one guinea to 2S5.; Burdeied Flock and Hair aiflUreuset, lln. lo 28a.; best curled Horse-hair Mmtresaes, ?!�>!!. ami npu-jriU; Tent Beilslearls, 28? to 33s.; Four-pust BeHf reiienr* iiig his grateful acknowdgments lo the Friends of the Ryde Academy, and begs leave to BBOoonce, that the ensuing School Term will commence on THURSDAY Ihe 27lh insiaNi. Yonng Gentlemen are boarded.and instructed in Ihc different Branches of general Educiiion al this Esta. blishineut, at Thirty Guineas per Anuum. Greek and tAtin, Mathrniatics, Merchants' Accounts, Ihe French Language (by a Native), Music, Daucing, Drawing, &c. at the Usual extra rales. Mr. Ball respectfully desires to stale that the Sriiool is adiiiirahty situated, in one of the most pleasant parts of the Ishiiid ; ihiit the ndvsntage of Sea Bathing regularly during the season is combined with liberal treatment, including every rrquisite attention to tbe health, morals, and improvement of the-Pupils; and that the must saliafaciory refer* eiiccs lo that effect.may readily be had to tbe numerous tes. timunies wiih which he is honoured from the friend* of tbe ynung Genlleineo intrusted to his care. Prospectuses mny be had, and further particulars known, on application at Hookham's, 15, Old Bond-street; Ssnis'a, I, St. James's street; Hnlloway's, 40, Hart-street, Blooms-bury; and to Mr. Ball, 21, Essex.slreel, Strand. N.B.- From the present facilities for reaching the Island (by way of Portsmouth) from town, Ihe journey anil passage inuy bi: roiopleled in nboni ten or eleven hours.   The Piic. keU til aii LciceslerrsquarC, .DeccinherSO Jfl9., , N.B.-The.Map* of Durham .Jitid Slaffordsfcir? will. be pilWisbedJii a fe.� ,week�, .a.'"! .Ktnt.VVilis, and ,W�rwic> hire, wi)l immVdialriy follow J the i,oi)ntii * also nf Deib^-' litre ind Koilfte'Ji'aiBiirire are' iit preparaiTou, nnd itii "tlier CoMiiiir* will' �>e' proreeiftd in wiih all piniiUe dittparcb, conaittrul vltb,. acrurscy. To be Lieutrnaiii� iriinttt-fiurcbase-Emicini John 3Ed-diustoQ, �jce iU-��en, deve�*fd^�t��i UjewmlWr *�, 1819; nud Ch-ir(ea Lewis, viCe Mac'iiunald-dateir D�. reniberSO, ISItf. � i To he Ensigns, wtt{ifiut p^efrase-\1rill>�ra ToHrnUa*, Gent vice E.ldiH����-dated March 22. J>17 ; - Home, (aent. vice tewi*-dated December 30, ISIO. To be Adjuinut-Lieulruaut Allen Camerovr, viee.>I'�wVD, deceased-dated as above, lUh dilto-Brevet Major John Cat.ipbetl lobe Majir.wilh-nnt purchase, vice EIrington, appuiHted.tu the 4lh Rwy^l Tetiran Battalion-dated as above. Lieutenant William Walker to be Caplaia of a C^]afay, - vice Cami'dirl!-dated as above. Eiimen Francis Marab lo be Ueuleitant, vice .l^[t)]ity- dated as above, 17lh ditto-LieulenanI William Lnriiia Cary, U^igif. pa> York Chasseur*, to be LiBUleiiant, vice Htttr, Walhridge, who exchanges, receiving the di dated ag.above. 'Ji 19th ditto-Captain Henry Hubert F.irquhlnion', fit^.^b. Inspe.ctorof Militia in (he Ionian (aianda, to bc>,^ptaiu of a Company, vice Pragcr, who exchange*-niated ns above. 81st ditto-LieuleiipiitJiohit William Gage, fro 3d Foot Guards, l lt:y..Puwer, from the �8tl be.EnsigOr vice Beqaetr, who exchanges-d�|ri 41�t ditto-Ensign �faiiBiOr<�re�ip, from SjOt' Ennign, vice Moiilags-BnrriHrea, whu rciirea pay ,York Chaaae.ur*-dated �� above.- ,�, 42d ditto-Lieutenant James Macdoiisall, frpa jiall^iiir 8Slb Fo.it, lo be Lienteoant, vice George GordoB^a^ excbaugcs, receiving thediffereiice-dated if ab^^isj;.- 44th ditio-William Fludyer, Gent to be Ensign, mi^U purchase, vice BarrVj deceased-dated :is above,   ^^r* EuaiguGilliert Wuullard lu be Adjutant, vice P iii Jl^nfjBJIH ed-dated as above, 50lh ditto. � To be Lieutenant*, wilhotti purchase-Enviens (te^tpe. Flude, vice Edwards, deceased-da/ed Dt-cenib�r 39.t$i�; James Weir, vice Hurley, deceased-dated JDrcrinbrr 3ll, 18I�. V. To be Ensigns, without purcliflseT-Gentleman Cadfl^i^ttiiia Eoy, from the Royal Military College, vice Fludb^^^ : SSth diilo-John Skinner, Grnl. In be Ensign, wilho|i('|^ chase, vice Campbell, promoted iu the 9^d Pout-^^MJ December 30, 1819 eiit diito^Lieuirrtant Norbury Furnace to he Captainw* Company, without purchase,'vice Mackrill, decra9f4>>- dated Di-cemberSp, 1819. Eiii.ign Robert Norris Veriier to be Lieutenant, vice Furnace-daled f)ece�iber 30, rSlB. Ar i ftwrutAog' Diatrlcl, on SBilsrirroMi i�to b� tafi^ with thriO, *ai hot (he at 'Yeomanry � CavsWiF, tfj^iif bf th�ytU-UMtmhtofth*Coitnty of . Sla�t�4ii .      ; .    .        , , T.h!'m1�|U�fcr�, Em). to b&:t^]U8iD-dat�i D�ember 29, f(> bf r.i^nlt>tiioll^t!brm.t siJii^cr Rnrera-dated Decrm. ber ��. BiBW.r'M�hh.rfl, GeniT-daied a* above j d�Ka Wrolie.l�ji, Oiait-'v^lea j)er.�mbEr ss, 1819; and . John Aalon, q^>r7^iiUitKl:.�� above. To be Cornetjt-ThoWta^ Ktnorraib Genl.-dated December 23,18H�: and C �tr�rlti Tniop^ of Yeo'nanry Caralrjr. Jobi^a^^W, JC^it. lo 1>e ijeifte^ December �8, - ' tstTrimp of StoriifnstcoBnwy'Cavahlyi^ f-TT^nratrSUwh. Esq. lu he Captisiii-r^aled a*afaov�t Ed�aci! Wnldy,6enl. tp he Lieuteiianl-ldaied a* above. James Ku'bion, Oral, to be Corner-daled ns above. SiT Troop. Thomas R'.binson Grryj & . to be Captain-idated Decern" her 30.- 1819, William Hawkes^Gent. to be Lieutenant-dated as above. iThonias Sowerby, Ctmt to be Cornet-dated a* above, Cammiitionf signed hg the Lmi Litntmant of ttf Coitafy Patalmt uf Lancaster. Thomas. {.jron, Esq. to tie Deputy Lieutenant-daled Fe. bruiiry 18, VJM. 1 t BaltHlion Rnyal Lancaaliire Militia, /olm Pfumbe, Esq. to be Colonel-^ated >'o�*oiber4,18IB. Lawrenre Rawstume; to be LietltehaitfitCaiobel-^tefM above. Myles S.in>iy*, jun. Esq. to be CMriain-dated J>rfemt>er 4, 18ib. '  � Edmund Philip Jackson, Oehl fa Eiiaiga-dated a* above. Alfred Kirkup, Cent, lu t>eSurgewtt'^tat September 20, 1819. . %d Battalion. fYiirmm Alberton,Oeo'l. lobe Lieutenant-dated January 7, 1819. . 3d Battalion, Tliomas Henry Heikelb, Esq, to be Captain-daled Novcm-ber 1. 1819. Blackburn I.nwer Division Regiment of .Local Milili^. Henry William Halian, Gent, to be Lieutenant-daled An-gust 12, 1819. Preacot Regiment-To be Oiplains-Thomas Greemill, Esq. and Williani Row- au�. F.*q-both dated May 18, 1819. Tisfatr Deaieiiaats-James Johnson, Gent, aad Peter Gor- jtall, tteol .-dated a* above. JagttM p\orrr, Geul. to be Ensign-^aleil as above, Warrington Rrgimeal. Tiniaws Parr, Esq. lo b� Capta'a-  it^, and FebroaTji 19, al eleven, at GnifiHtBll, i.atiduu. Altorii iII t Hatfield B/�ad Oak, Essex, l|ili�J*��jBT,'iiii'*grfM>der, Jaooary 32, 55, arid February Jjli. jai� ne^ London, ' lRii  of 'Ci*�al<)iB4ilrrel,- London, ware-(n^tarount'lu^rrevtrrv Jaufifry 1ft, 22, and Eebruary 19, M frn.iai.Guildhall. Ailarncy*, Messrs. Walker and Runkin, Wr Jewry. - 'Willisro AvM, of Walton', Norfolk, grorer, lo sorrender, .January 15, 22, �nd Frliru'.-iry 19, al ten, al Guildhall, |jindu-.i. Atluruejs, Mrsirs. Smith'and Lawford, Drapers* Hall, Throsriniirloii-strrrl, London. John Price Builer, ut-Bilston, Stn(Tord< baker, to surrender, Jiinuary 19, 21, and February 19, al Irn, at tbe V^ne lun, Siutrord. Aiturneya, Mr. W. C Smith, Alder-jnapbury, Pust atimlulrr, January 19, 19, and Pibrnury 19, at twelve, at 1|t*r WUtc , LiiMi lun, Baubury.   Attorurjs, Air, Jainrs aiigrs-datrd Dereniber 2B, l�I9; Ensign Jamr* Mai^i 'Wikelfoiby. BiuH.iry ; and .M.ssr*. Meyriek and Brodrip, iuald,viccO"rilop,dece��eil---daled Derember27,lSlt�; .l^,,o i .jQb�w Kajw^r .�f ifewgate slxeel, I^qdon, batter, lo '*ift>itn4eT, lanifsry II, 2ft, and Frfoufry 10, at eleven, at  >�ejia, Mr, A�fi9i>^ .psiiu*�r'airrrl, .LiM^ovl} and Mr, Wbcclcr, Cas-l >flia�d; Kaaenwmieislreat, Mancbester j a�d McsoK ^ip^tdJf bnaan, Tenwk, l^n;dpn. fownt^eSBk, late of �igli-bridge, S.i|Den>ef, iliDpUffp^r, t�i.^Bil^- Jiiiuiiry'94< �, aita TebJaavy �,%f rif, at Military College, 1819. To he Assistant-Surgeon-Hosjji'itaUAssiiiinnl James Stra- chaii.viee Thomas, deccased-rn^ed Ue�:emb'er 30, IS19, 2J fVest India Krsimenl-^AsRiatlinl-Surgeon James Dunn, from half-pay 19^h.Light Dragoons, to be Ass.istaol-Sur. eron, vice Micltael Fogorly, who'excbauges-dat.d a* above. � 3d Royal Veteran Battalion--Lienlenant-Colunrl Wllliaia Belf.ird, from half-pay Oth Garrison Battalion, lo he     u- leiiaiit-ColoncI, vice Diily, whoae appuinlineut ha* uut taken phice-dated as abuve, 4th Royal Veteran Bilialion-Captain ArchihaJd MMcNeill. from the 0lh Riiyal Veteran'B'iltiiliou, to be Oapiaiu of a Couipany, vice Nicholson, whose .-appoiiMineul ba* iwt taken place-dated November 1, lf�19. HOSPITAL,STAFF. AssiBtaiit..  �irmUer30, 18^10, GAHRtiKON)}... Captain Joshua Wingale W�*ka�:^,m half p^y Nova,Scotia ' Fenclhlrs, to he 'iViwit' AtljttHint'^'al' Catir, Bntutt, vice Schwanx, who r��gns-�tl�l�d;l).ptub.-� 25,.iatl�,r : Captain Henry Marquia of Wdrceirter,'37lb Foi�t, to be Ma. jor in ibeAimy-WafiS Rewmber 385^1919. i- Captafo Ilenry i,eetc, now of Swan.fane, Tbaaiea-ttreel, Loaduu,- aiercbaot, at eleven, al Cuiiilhall. January 29. C. Saadins, of Devoiuhsre-sqoarr, Loodan, merchant, al ten, at Guildhall, Loudon. jaimtlrySII. T. Somoer, late of Pmloo, Laocaatrr^ Corn-merchaut, al five, altbe New Red Lioe luo, -Hrestnu. CERTIFICATES.-JANOAttT 29. T, Fawrll, of Bvtolph lane, London, wine.mrrrJ�aB�,- J. Wrangle, of Amwell, Hertford, cofch master.-R Ua-u: and J. Sharp, of Lorobardalreet, Loudon, biukcs�.>~It. Candy, of Prome Selwood, Somerset, tinen-draprc.-K. Oat/ald, of Bcccles," Suffolk, lanoer.-F. N. BlactweJJ, Jiie of Houghton, Hunlingdon,roiller.-J. ZiniBer, orvr�|B�ck. alreet, Cavendish-square, Middleaex, mercbant.-W, iVrst and J. Woolnvr, latc'of I,awrrnce-Pauntncy bior, Ijnaalar, coru-faclora.-L.:Lyona, late of Lower Sba U-ciMirt, London, insurance-brakere, December 31, 1819.-J, Walker and R. Walker, of White's-yird, Rnaemary Uue, Aliddleiiex, wbeelwrishls, Di-cemher 3|, ISJft-rT.. Keating and S, Linninglnh, of St. Paul's Churcb-yard^l-biKidan, chemists, December 31, 1819.-R. Jobniion abi^VVViBilliDgieu. of Lawreoce-laoe, Clieapside, L.nndon, leamfiki! Jatiiiary ], 1820.-J. Powell and H. Bigga,or Old GrareHaue, Middle, sex, tallow-chandlers, December 31, 1819.-G; Hnpiumun the yonneer and W. Hopkinson, ot Nottingham, atiornev.i at law, December 31,1819.-R. BuusSeld and G. BnnsAehl, uf High street. Borough, drapers, January 1, 1820,t-K. Sharpiis and W. Martin, of Berkeleyj^Jnare, rarlhenwarr. dealers, June 24, 1819.-J. Thempsus and G. Strickland, l.nle of Watliug-slreei, anil now of (he Old 'Chang.-, Loudon, caliro-printers, January 1, 1820.-E. Smii'b, "S. hum. sou. and J. Uywater, of Liverpool, ppticiavs, F �-pa ted from the Returns rnade iii Oie ireefc'rodinif'the 5ih day uf Jaauary 182U, is 34s. S^d. per Uuudred neiglit, exclusive of the Duties of Customs pHid or payable Ibereou on the iiupurtntion thereof into Great Britaiu, PRICES Of CORN. ' Average Prices of Corn of England �ii|d Wales, by th� Qiiarirr of Eight Winchester Bushels, qi^d of ilatnieal prr bolluf 14l1lbs. av6ird�ippise,froio tberelnrjf* received in the aieek ended the )sl of Jauiiary, 1890. Edw�*i^ J..h� .D|��rI, OuWMlnjti^ Brjw�l j aud Mr. JolA lfei^rSiii.i?t�Sr^'I*�iii,�ii^ Alriniidki ^aiB�iin,Wsif WVW *��*fW,�|.^^^ 8l8plr.tli�i-f}l>UUrfcV.:. .  ';. VVilliara' \Yr>-'t\ '�M'. -t. Detn,^^o^^^^^ho^ .�;UC^;maber, lo aurreuder, January M, 22, aiW rSdkruary phe, at GuiMbull, Loinii>i>i.i Atioracy�,M�i�i,P*li|irraitdlErat>ee, Bedfurd-^yw; and Mt. UptpsMb. Duruiiiy Ge, r'at:^ of iOiI CAriid'tiA-slreei, Saint. M�ry.te. Iimie, Middleani, iis�Khi*�, fo surrfiiider^ January ff,? 2%,' aud Ftbru.iry r9.."iirMii#'�t Guildhall, Londuit, Attorney, Mr, (iuw r�ri, Strand'^       ,      ,    .; Henry ktilirra, late of Burolry, l^iiciililer, cult,ua apinnrr. In uri'i-UifW,'rr'hiuar/'4,-at live,  ftj' at 1.4, und 19, al -twelve, at tlw Thurti lull, Bortiloy.  Atturneyii. Meiwr*. U urd sod.Juhosea, Temple, Luuduu ^ nmt .Uesara, W. and B. Shaw, buriiiey; John Lively," of Parnw�rlti>46d ;Prratolre^miIK near BulioB, Laiicaater, paper-Waket, lu aurreuder, Kvbriiary I, at four, 2,,jtn't (9,,a| .ele>,en, al the SvBn Inii^ Bolton, i ^lt carry �titli(�r(n tbe weaihr'r being very severe, and IbV snuwtsf ctwaider-abledeplb.  Thiry had proceettvd about Itiree Oiiife*', wVn   BbrriHiln^|M-y>iitili rspirrd.  The poor man then took Ki�'4c�i>i;tMb^i�n jj,*i� hi* baek,.anJy.a house at;a,c nfidiraWc distance, where Ihe j>^(jj�r<;d.,�ss''.l-auce to'reiiiuve the bully br ihe youth to Witli't I'Chorcli, waiT* ffooir'watis the CforonerVf hmiuKte-CBa^A ftaiJdJ --Aiatmilar^instanee is mietiiif TrpiAaii'k Exetir Paper of yesterday :-Two sppieiillr< boyl, who wfce sent, hMl  miinfort|. in ihe-par ah uf Asbbnrloa} lo look for �oroe,ciiII)e �u Dartibiwir, w> re unfiiMnhately'luat in theinuw,   Oueuf tlieui sraafanud the aa\e day, and'.wa* brought iulu a house, but died alAust iinincfliatelyi theolber wnaiwt found, oulil the folhawiui;, day, and "a* i)f course quite dead.   The m>lster, whuvseet to look for them, was �Uo hrooghl in Infenaible, and '  time the ooty part app'earlnjf wail bia beWd>;�l |i farm >iUBe on the oiilakiria of tlie'Munh and to waiil fuw nr .'^vc iniUt through deep suuw,tt .g<;t to. tbe houee.- .iudtrd, .^^bs, far^erji. \m tlve. �.eigl*ttu*t((igd.^ pjK,la^.r-aa)|f,lkf yinw ij^dreji^rj 00; the .Moor ibao it wail^iB 1^ aej^atiBlt� of  *l**i�ihiM�n prneerding lart thailt^ajif^ tTrtj^w to ;8rj�tolj;ur*bafgag� i�iigaoury�"�*^f^|jm*.��n^ at l�i�,:iH0:au j|)e3,aW�l�-.�  II  at *ighi o'elosk uv VVciintsday iii�t�i, tf.e 2911   

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