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   British Press (Newspaper) - January 11, 1820, London, Middlesex                                Number 5334. LONDON, TUESDAY,  JANUAIIY 11. 1820. Price? 7d. THEATRR-ROYAL,  liHURY-LANE. r^lHlS   EVENING,  TUESDAY, J�n. 11, ii    hill Majesly's Servaiils trill perfurm tlic Comtdv uf WILD OATS; OR, THE STROLLING GENTLEMEN. SirGei>rge Thunder, Mr. Dovvloii; Ruvcr, Mr. r.Hislon ; Hiiry Thimderj Mr  Peiil/y; Bmiks, Mr. Powell; John Dory, Mr. Gollie; Parmer Gaiflnion, Mr. Mercilitli; Limp, Mr. Keelfy;   nplirnim Smunlli,  Mr. Miinden; Sim,  Mr. Kiiislil;  Mu2, Mr. Maxwill.    Lady Amnriinlh, Mre. W. We.'.l ; AmfliJ, ftTri>. Kiiighl ; J.ieic, lilins Kelly. After which, 14lh time, an fnlirt-Iy ne,w Cumic Paiitoniimc, Ciilifd J.ACK AND T!1E BRAN STALK; Or, HARLEQUIN AND THE OGRE. The Oerr, Mr. Hiidi^i>ii; Jack, Miss Piivi'y, afl(-r�ard� Har-lequiii. Mr Boloena ; P.mla;oiiii, Mr. Harlland ; Clown, Mr. S.iutliby; Ballad Sinifer, Air. Benson. Jark's Mother, Mrs. f'eaice; Jiinella (aflerwiirds Columhine), Miss Tree; Arpa, Guud Genius of llie Hvp, Mrs. Orger; Nigra, Ogre's Wife and Evil Genius, Mr. Mcredilh. A gmleaque Pas Deux, by .%fessr8. Bologna and Sauthby. A PasSeulbyaiiMTrEoi       '     -� -e*^--ai*- Tlw Doors will be-opened �| H-alfkpast Six o'Cloclf; the Performance will comint ncc precisely al Seven. Boxes 7s.; Secinid Price 3s. 6d -Pit 3s. 6.1.; Second PriceSs.- Lower Gallery 2s.; Second Price Is.-Upper Gallery Is.; Second Price 6d. The Box-Officc will be open from Eleven till Five o'clock -Places lo lie taken of Mr. Rndivell. Box Book-keeper. Private Boxes lo be had (oijilitly) i>( Mr. Spring, who is ap-j.'Diiiled Ciimiilroller of llie Biix-Offire Receipts, the Private Hoxes and Ticket Depaj-tment, as well as the general arrauge-uiftit of the Oiior.'!. To-morrow, the Opera of Guy Mannering, with Jack and the Bean Sialk. .4 new Comedy will be produced on Thursday Ofxl. TUEA Tit EHOYAL, COV li NT- OA HI) EN. rmHlS   EVENING, TUESDAY,  Ju,., n, .H. will he acted Shakspeare's Comedy of AS YOU LIKE IT. Puke, Mr. F.?erlon; Duke Frederick, Mr. Chapman; Arnieos, Mr. Durosei ; Juques, Mr. Macready; Orlando, Mr. C. Kernble; A.lam, Mr. Terry ; Touchstone, Mr. paw. I �II; Oliver, Mr Connor. Rosalind, by a young Lady (her tiril a|ipeai-ance on any stage); Cilia, Mrs. T. Hill; Audrey, Mrs. Gihbs. At'ierwliieh, I4th time, a new Grand Uom^antic and Comic Pantomime, called /JARLEQUIN AND DON QUIXOTE; Or, SANCHO PANZA IN HIS GLORY. In which the various exploits of thai renowned Knight aud .Squire are faithfully pnnrtrayed throughout. Qnlxaiia (afterwards Don Quixote), Mr. Norman; bis JSiwc (afterwards Colnniliine), Miss Scott; Saneho fV"'^* (.iflerwarils Clown), Mr Grimaldi; Nicholas (the Barber), Mr Nurris; Sampson Carascu (afterwards Harlequin), J\lr. Ellur. Boxes-7s ; Second Price 3s. 6d.-Pit 3s. 6d.; Second Price 2s.- f^iwer Gallery 28.; Second Price \t.-Upper Gallery Is.; Second Price (id. t'lie new Pantomime of Harlequin aud Dun Quixote will be i(pealed every evening.. T.i-niorrow, Sliakspeaie's Comrdy^of Errori. Oil Saturday, Guy Mamiering: Henry Bertram by Mr. N �Umn (bin first appearance on the alage). THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY-LANE. MISS BYKNR lias the h-.iiour to announce to the Nohilily, Gentry, and the Public in general, that }!ER BENEE.IT is fixed for THURSDAY, January 27, 3SJ0, whro will be performed a favourite 0PER.4, in which Mr. BRAHA.M will sustain a principal character, with a POPULAR AFTERPIECE, and a variety of ENTER-'f'AIN.MENTS, as will be announced in future advertise- IMCnl.;. '1 irkets to be had of Miss Byrne, 6, Tavi�tock-row, CuieiU ;arden; and at the Theatre, where places for the I'lxes Hiay be taken. SURREY THEATRE. r-pim EVENING, TUESDAY. Jantiary ii, i nnd fallowing Evenin^a, will be presented, a new Coiric Scnlrli Divrrljspnient, callcti SANDY, JANliT, AND LITTLE BEN. Sindy, I\3r. RiJpfway, Squire Slump, Mr. Jonas; Oahy ^a.in,  Mr.  Kllis;  Ben,  Master  Ridgway.    Janel^ Alias A.lcock. A iter �rhich (5l!i lime) a new Grand Serio-Comic Alelo-dia. QiatfC Burlettn, in three acts, called THE PROPHECY; Or, THE GIANT SPECTRE. Manfred, Mr. Huntley; Count of Falcunura, Mr, Ben-jj.ijjli; Theodore, Mr. Walkins; Raymond, Mr. Ridgway ; TtiDniii'jo, Mr. V\'yatt ; Jaequez, Mr. Fitzwilliam Hyppo-I'.j, .Mi ;tndid Melii-diame, in three acts, nuder the title of )>�: 'p�ti'm Florrntinum,cum Supplemento, 13 vols.; Rccueil clc Pi..-ii:iitsparMoncornet; Collection of Fine Hindoo Draw. ;jrs; I.arrentable Estate of Sir VV. Dick, pI?.teB, extremely � .le ; Pdrnllelum Olivac et Olivarii; Portraits of Cromwell, i 1 rui'Iidrii."; Gough'9 British Topography, illustrated wiih ..;.�>aids of four ihousaud Views, Parlrails, &c.; Carve, J.w-i Hibernira, scarce, 1666; Ccrlamen Serapliicuin, I'uriiaiis, l6-;9 ; Regi* Angliew Majestntia Piclura, and i!ie Progeny of Charles 1. with rare Portraits; Darcie's 'Caeen Clizabeth, with the rare Portrait of Darcie, &c. &c. A NEW YEAR'S-GIFT. IFIE cpeniiis of a New Year naturally excites sentiments of profound gratitude from Messrs. RO W-.AND and SON, sole Proprietors of the GENtJINE M.iC.ASSAR OIL, fur the unparalleled patronage with I'mcb a liberal and discerning public has honoured that nlmired article. Its virlni-s in promoting the growth of hair, Waulifjing and preserving it from Infancy to Old Age, are thronghout the habitable globe. To parents anJ guardians a niore*acceptable preaent to those under liieir care cannot be granted, than a supply of ROWI^AND'S '>lAt:AS;;.iR OIL. It eradicates the scurf, &c. cxlrcmely "I'd renders the hair firm-increases its growth-reo-''r.> il soil, curly, and glo�y; in short, produces a beaulifnl '"(1 of Hoir. Price 3s. 6d.-lOs. 6d. and one guinea per iMiile, with a Treatise enclosed. Also, ROWLAND'S ESSENCE of TYRE, cliangea Red " Sb�, Halloa ^rdcu, Hoibum; and by all Perfuine�sndW�>l�ine *eP-il"'. Ask for llowlaod'fc aud obiwte the nigoatwe in red "'k, "A.Rowland fcSon." EA.ST INDIA HOUSE, Dkckmbeh jn, 1810. rg^HE  COURT   of DIRECTORS of the Sl UNITED COMPANY of MERCHANTS o/"* ENGLAND, trading to the EAST INDIES, Ho hsrehy gire SiiticOy Thai the COURT will be ready to receive Proposals in writing  at any lime on or brfore WEDNESDAY, the 12lh Jaiiunry, IS'iO, from the Owner or Owners of g.....I, sound, and 'iulisl inlial SHIPS, of llie burden of friim 3in to 800 Tons, regislered measurement, for a Voyage to and from Bengal or Bombay, specifying the Rales of Freight at wliirli thev may be wiiliti|; lo let such Ships to the Company . for One Voyage lo encli Port resfiectively, to rariyoul and briiix home aoods from the several parts of India. ThcTenders, with the words " Ship Tender," for Bengal or for B imliiiy on the covt, lo be severally se;iled up and delivered to the St-cretary at ibis House, at or before Twelve o'clock at Noon, on vVkDN ESDAY, the 12ib January, 1820, beyond which bnur no IViider will be reciived. , JOSEPH DART, Secretary. - Ti�e parlit^lara of the-^JEcjjSjirtnd ?midiJ�(ln�"ifp(m"wljrri ' iBcSKips will be eronhv^d. may be lirfd upon appllt^atiou at the Office of the Clerk to the Commiltee of Shipping, at this House, on or afftr WEDNE.SDAY NEXT, the 13lh instant. EAST INDIA HOUSE, December 22, 1819. THE COURT ef DIRECTORS of the UNITED COMPANY of MERCHANTS of ENGLAND, tTodlTig to the EA.ST INDIES, tlo hereby give f/otite. That a GENERAL COURT will be held, by Adionra-ment, at their House in Leadenliall-stieei, on VVEDNES-DAY, the 12!h January next, at Eleven o'Clock in the Forenoon, for ihe -purpose of ronsideeiiig a Proposilion which will then be made, agreeably lo llie Notice tabled at the General Court on Ihe 2Qd Seplemb-r lasi (and which was this day adjourned lo the s.iid 12lh of January), to place in their Court Room a Statue of the Inle Right Honourable \Varr< n Hasiingi, as a last testimony of approba-ti.n of the long, zealous, and �uccessful s.rvirei^ rendered to Ihe Ea. >r the inspection of the Proprietors. JOSEPH DART, Secretary. EAST INDIA HOUSE, DECEMBEn 23pIS19. HE COURT   of DIRECTORS of /Ae UNITED COMPANY of MERCHANTS of ENG-LAND, trading  to the EAST INDIES, do hereby gice Koficc, That at the ADJOURNED GENERAL COURT of the said COMPANY, appoinltd lo be held at their Honse in Leadenhall-street, on WEDNESDAY, Ihe 12tb of January next, there will he submitted lo the consid'-ration of the Proprietors an Unanimous Resolution of ihc Court of Directors of this day's date, recoiniueiiding the Court (if Proprietors to authorize the Court of Directors to offer *o his Majesty to RAISE and MAINTAIN, at Ihe Expense of Ihe Company, a CORPS of VOLUNTEER INFANTRY, from among�i the persons in the Company's employ ; and if bis Majisly shall accept such offer, then lo authorize the Court of l5ireclor!i lo defray the Expense of the Corps so to be raised out of the Funds of ihL" Coinpauy ; and, if ueces. ?ary, to apply for an Act of Parliament to sanction the appropriation of a sufficient part thereof for that purpose. 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'    " .Sold by Sherwobdj Neely, aild Jones, PatBmosfei--row; Samuel Uigh, 18,Strand j-indBaroiJ aud Cu. 150,Oxford^ Ireet, New Bund.street. Mli. L.AMB'n)N. Mr. .La.mStnirs Answer lo the Address of the lu-habitttiits of Clie�ler-le-Slrei?t : - I..an>blon Hall, January 5, 1830. Sir-I regrtt extremely that scvere-iltneas has prevented my having the pleasure of receiving you, and the Cummittee appointed to present lo me the Addrrns of the luliabitanta of Chester.le-Streel, as I bad previously intended. , 1 must, therffore, take this mode uf addressing them, ibrough you, aud of cuKveying to those kind friends who have done me lh� hauour thus lo mark their sense of my Parliamentary conduct, my sincere and heartfelt ibanks. I should have irtdecd felt myself to be unworthy of the IruBl confided to me by my cunstiluents, if Phad.hear^ unmoved and silent the gross calumnies to which you allude in that Address, "ftly constant residence amongst ynu, f�y lung and luliir^e acqusiittance wH^'^a^Sentimeots of dhe pupulatioti of thij, fclsely cftlled.diaiijrhed, diatricj, enjriiled -me BtVifte^"find'wilhoai hesitation, lo declare my cunsci. enlious convicliun tint those who bad called the attention of Parli;iment -to y�u, had been misled l)y calumnious and ioleresled iufu'rinatioiT. Subsequent events hcve proved Ibe correclness of my ai-serlion, aqd although i have not succeeded in exempting this c.iuuty from the operation of an Act, which yuu truly denomihate a flagrant violation of the conslitutinn, I have yet the cousidntiuu lo know, that Ibe justire and pro- . priety of its application to the inhabitants of Ibis district, is denied by every man of independence aud patriotism within its limits.- I am gratified to think that my opposition lo the other obnoxious measures is consonant with your feelings. That they w<'rei as you say, sn many strides towards despolisth was my firm belief; aud ii became, tberefore^y sacred duly In endeavour, aa far aa was within my power, lo prerent their enactment. The allempt, as was natural lo expect in a House of Cuminons constituted like the present, failed- irnd En' wantonly losstng about the torch of sedition." Be it so-his iinputeiil allack.twill but sh>-w his own weakness and my strength-his di-ficienry in those qualities which ouglit lo distinguish the Ministers of our holy religion, will but again excite pity and contempt-his denunciations will call forth again, as they have now, the expression of ihe esteem and cuiifidence of my countrymen, the attaiuracut of which is the only recompense I aaticipate or desire. Fnr your sentiments of regard towards myself, accept my warmest acknowledgments, and I beg you lo rest assured that when the proper period arrives, no exertions shall be wauling on my part lo vindicate thu independence uf the county of Durham. I remain, Sir, Your obliged humble Servant, JOHN GEORGE LAMBTON. To Joiin Mariindale, Esq. Chairman, &c. GRAND DINNER TO TUP. SOUTH TYNE YEOMANRY CAVALRY. On Tuesday, the 4lb instant, an elegant entertainment was given hy the Magistrates of Chester Ward, in Ihe county of Durham. Iu Lirulenanl-Colonel Sir Thomas Burdon and Ibe Officers of the Soulh Tyne Yeomanry Cavalry. At half-past five o'clock about 40 Gentlemen sat down lo dinner, al the Black Bull Inn, Gateshead, comprising a great prupur. lion of the Magistracy of the district, some of the Deputy Lieutenants, and several of the Officers belonging >o the corps of the Right Hun. Ihe Earl uf Sirathmore, and Sir Thomas Clavering, Bart. The Chair was most ably filled by Adam Askew, Esq. of Red.Heiigli; aud the same may be said of the Vice.Chair, in which was sealed Kiibert Shaw, Esq. uf Usworth-bouse. The dinner itself was in every respect deserving of praise : it consisted of three separate courses, served up in excellent order, and was exhibitory, in fact, of all that was choice, delicate, and iu season. The wines, too. weie rqually entitled to notice; they were such as might please even the fastidious palate of a refined con. ooisseur. Shortly after the ctotb was withdrawu, and immediately snhseqneut lo ihe toasts of " Ihe King," and the " Prince Regent aud Ihe Royal Family," the Chairman rose, and, in an impressive Address, proposed the health of Lieut.-Colonel Sir Thomas Burduu, and the Officers of the South Tyne Yeomanry Cavalry-a corps (the worthy Chairman observed) llial was well eutitled to the best praise he could bestow ; for they were ever, and noun all occasions, ready lo assemble when Ihe Civil Power sought their assistance. And it was strictly due to them to say, that, when ibe bugle sounded, a quarter of an honr could hardly elapse before ibey were ou horselMck. at tbtir post. Such promptitude ar.d such efiici. ency in the whole body of the men Could not be luo much noticed, nor too highly appreciated. And most assuredly the Magistracy, collectively, fell, as he did, individually, that the eouHlry was greatly indtbled lo those patriotic and honourable individuals who sacrificed iheir private cunveniettce to the public weal. Under these circumstances (continued the speaker), I declare that I have inexpressible pleasure aud salisfacliuu in seeing round the table those meritorious and gallant men-who compose a force so cobgenial lo Ihe Con-aliluliuii-and who, when called upon, invariably display that alacrity and zeal on behalf of Iheir country, which is, in fact, beyond all praise. Thus impressed (added the wur-thy Chairman), I beg leave lo return my best thanks Iu Lieulenanl-Culuuel Sir Thomas Burdon and Ihe Officers of bis corps, for honouring the Magistrates of the district with their company this day; and, in drinking their health*, I, from the bottom of my heart, wish them every possible good luck and prosperity. The Chairman sat down amid loud anri contiuued applause. Sir Thomas Bukiiun then rose, and in animated and excellent speech, of which the following is a mere onlliiie, relumed thanks fur the honour which the Chairman bad, in so truly handsome a manner, conferred upon bim and hit brother Officeis. " If," said Sir Thomas, " I am thanked fur the eSrteiiry and suldier.lilce conduct of Iheeurps I have the hnnunr to command, I am but dcaling-jaally when I aver, thai il w to themselves, both officers and la�i>, that I am beholden for receiving so tialleriug and prond a rnmtiti*. meni by the Honourable Chairmad. Tbeir wtiling effurts at all limes rendered it an easy and pleasant matter to rae lo carry iulo effect the iiistruclionaof Ihe Civil Aulborilies." And lie had no doubt, he added, but the brave men he fell such pride in being a leader to, woiiTd ever cherish the same sentiraentii, aud bold tbeniielvcs^in readiness chearfully lo oliey their country's call-be that call either to faae a foreign enemy, or lo put down the hydra that might be engendered by internal discord.-Gieat nppUuie fulluwed this speech. The f.illowing toasts, beaidei many others, were dtank: "The Magiscratea iaf^'Hie district," proposed in a'neat speech, hy Lieut>C>lauet-8ir Thomas Bqrdon, drank with chei rs aud great appease.-" Tbe Lord LieiUeiiaitt of the County, the ttighl Ho�. the Eari of Darlingttindrunk also *,ilh rhecra and'great applanse^** The Bisbop and Clergy of'he Dioce�e,", ilistinjpiisbed in the same maiHier.- 'The Right Nfoh. the EdrTof Siralbmurri** cheers and applause.-� The UonMJriMeunl'forthc
                            

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