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   British Press (Newspaper) - January 15, 1820, London, Middlesex                                0~ li'vo i-nr Number 5338. LONDON. SATURDAY,  JANUARY 15.  1820 Price 7d. KING'S niEATHK. THIS EVENING. S/\TU HO AY, Jh.,. 15, will he rri>c;ileJ, for the secuiiil tijie, Rossini's pu-niilai- Opera, cntiiled LA CENERENTOLA. In which Signer Torri will mafce his second appearance in (his counlry. End of the first Act, a new Uivertisemenl, In which M. HuHin, jun. will make his first iipjjcarance Ihese two years. After the Opera, 6r�t time this season, the favourite Ballet of TELEMAtiUIi. NF.VRR ACTED. THRArilRHOYAI.,  I>n(JRY-LANP.. ^HIS EVENING, SATUfiOAV. J     15, hiB ."Vl^jeslv's Servants hjI! i^et:torm (first lime) a new Ciimci!), in fire acts, called GALLANTRY; Or, ADVENTURES IN MADRID. Pri.'Tcipal Ciiaracters by Messrs  Elliston, Harley, Mirn-dfn, Diiwirtn, Knight, Russell, Hushes, B-^rnnril, Powell, nirs Edwin. Mrs W West, Miss Ktlly, and Mrs. Harlowe. The Proloffiip 10 be-spokrn ^)y Mr Barnanl, and theEpi-lo^c by MrK Edwin. After which, 28fh lime, an entirely new Comic Pantomime, cnlh-d JACK AN!) TIJE BRAN STALK; Or. HARLEQUIN AND THE OGRE. The Offre, .Mr Hudson; Jack, 5Iiss Pnvey, afterwards Har-Icqtiin, Mr Rolocrna ; P.inialoon, Mr. Hnrtland; Clown, Mr. Siiulliby. Jiirk's Alolhrr, Mrs. Pearce ; .laneltn (afterwiirds C.ilumhine), Miss Tree; Arpa, Guild Genius of the Harp, Mi^s Edwards ; Nisrn, Ogre's Wife and Evil Genius, Mr. Me-reililh. \ grotesque Pas Hfux, by Messrs. BuIo,?ua and Soulhhy, A Pas Sen I by ."^liss Tier. Rdxi-b 78.; Second Price 3s. 6d -Pit .3s. 6.1.; Serond Price2s.- Lower Gallery 2$.; Second Price Is.-Upjier G.il-Ifry l-*.; Srroad Price 6d. The BuX-OIHcewiU be open from Eleven till Five o'clock - Pliicec to be taken of Mr. Rndwell, Box Book-keept-r. Private R"xes !o be hail fnijbtly)  '; .Si.'iihens; .lulia .Miinut-ritifr, iMiss Matthews; Mrs M'Candlish, ."Mr-, D.ivenport ; Mf^ Merrilies, Mrs. Yates. Al'ter which, 18ih time, a new Grand Romantic and Comic Pantomime, calb d HARLEQUIN AND DON QUIXOTE; Or. SANCHO PANZA IN HIS GLORY. Ill �hic!i ihe vaiious ixploils of that renowned Koight and Sipiire ure rHilbfiilly piiurtrayed tbrtiugbiiul. Quixida (afterwards Don Qnixule), iVlr. Norman; his Niece (al'lerw.iids CoNtntiiine), Miss Scott ; Saurho Panza f:ifterivarili; (Jltiwu), Mr. Griutaldi; Nicholas (the Barber), Mr. Norria; Sampson Carasco (*ifierward� Harlequin), Mr. Elhr. Boxes 7s ; Second Price 3s. 6d.-Pit 3f!. 6d.; Second Price 2s.- Lower Gallerv 2i.; StconJ Price Is.-L'pper Cnllery Is.; S.coml Piice'fid. The new Pantomime of Harlequin and Don Quixote will be rrjieated every evening. On Monilay, Sliakspeare's Comedy of Error.i. ():i Tuesday, Siiakspearc's Comedy of As You Like It. A new iMusical Drama will he immediately produceil. SURREY THEATRE. rpHIS EVENING, SATURDAY. .Tan. 1.5, JE.   will be prescnlid, a new Comic Scotch Divertisemeni, chilled SANDY, JANET, AND LITTLE BEN. S-itidy, IMr. Ridgway; Squire Slump, Mr. Jonas; Gaby *^riu,   Mr.  Ellis;  Ben,  Master  Ridgway.    Janet,  Miss Ademk. AtU'i which (9ih time) a new Grand Scrio-Comic Mclo-dra-matic Burletta, in three acl=, calleil -iflE PROPHECY; Or, THE GIANT SPECTRE. M'lnfred, Mr. Huntley ; Count of Ealronara, Mr. Een. poi.gh; Tlirodore, Mr. Walkius; Raymond, Mr. Ridgwnv; Tbcin'so, .\:r. U^yatt ; Jscqnez, Mr. Fitzwilliani.   Hyppo-ll.i, i\!i� Taylor ; .'\Iatildo, Mrs. W. S. Lbalterley; Florella, "I is-i Co |n h'.nd. To loncioile with (18lh lime) an entirely new Comic Burletta, in two nets, called .M.IUSE TRAPS; Or, THE MOU-NTAIN COTTAGER. fiarly in the Week will be produceil a n�w splendid Melo-i^i::uj;-, ill jloTC acts, niidi'r the title of Ivanhoe, or the" .!r�'s D.iMsbitT. To which will be added. Small Profits do < Imil ISiiii^s. It U n s.ivctfuUy anno'inced, that Mrs. Mountain will 6hi;rlly nir.Uc her appearance in a new Comic Burletta. THEATRE OF ANATOMY, MEDICINE, &c. Blei.;iiini-s:reei, Great Marlborousli-slrcel. ''l^fJF. SPRING COURSE of LECTURES, �   al Ibis .'iCHOOL, will bpginon the followinj days: - ANAIOMY, PHYSIOLOGY, and SURGERY, by Mr. Trook?!!, ilaily, al Two, on iMONDAY, January 31.-Dis- ^ I      ."iltv lis llh icil. CHli.VM.-TRY, MATERIA MEDICA, &c. daily, at l.ibt ill ihK Morning; THEORY and PRACTICE of linsir. at N'inc, with EXAMINATIONS, by Dr. Acer, -m. ,M(tM)AY, February 7. 'iiiue  ��<       Dye is loo generally known to require eulugium, ni r. ly  wishes' lo caution ihe  Public ligainst vnrioos '-1 � The gennine has always the Proprietor's sig- iiii'i.-. MI.INSON'S CURLING FLUlDgivcsa beanlifnl gloss '        li::ir, and keeps it in curl during exercise in dancing ' ��1:11.111'.', ur in damp weather.    it is also a most sur- � i'S ie.".,g of Ori2:io:ii P.�i.ers. Ry TJOVIAS MCRir., D.O. .Minister of ihe Gii.;;i'l, !-'.diiibiM'.;Ii. Prinlid for        Ciidetl anil   W. Davie.=,  London J  and William Blarkwi.oi. E'liiiburgli. Of whom iMHv he iin'l. liv Ilii' snijio Aulltor, The LlFp; of .lOHN KNOX. Voolaiuitig 1 lluslratinns of toe llislory <.r ibi- Ki f .iinal ion iu Scotland.   'Ihe Fourib Edition.   Tivu Vols, octavo, 1/. Is. This day is pubhstied, price 7s in honrds, the Second E.iiiioii of rpriE LIFK     I s ihIDM:'^ of r.CNJAMiN & WEST, E�q Presi.leiU of llie Royal Acaileuiy of L'ln.ioii, prior In Ins arrival iu England. Coiniiiled from materials fu-ruished bv bimsflf. Hy .lOHN GALT. Primed for T. Ch.I-.II and W. D.ivus, Sirand, Bjok�p|lers to the Koyal Academy ; and W. HI irkivooil, Ediuliuigli By whom also wiUsliortly be piiiiiish.il, by the siinie Auilior, The Second Part ot'llie ahme VVork, fomiiiig Ihe Life and Works of Mr. West sufisiq.iPiil !o his arrival in Eiitrland, also conipili-d from niiiienuls fuiiiislied by biinsclf; with a P.irlrait from an original Piclure priintcd by IMr. West some vcars since. CL.ARK'S TOUH OF F.L'ROPE. This (i:iv was published, juicf 8.-.. bnnnii, ^, N AliUlDGMF.N i'oi the mo^i l^Ol'ULAR ra. VOYAGES and TRAVELS in IvUROl'E; forming a Comtileie Tour flirougli England, Ir'-hmd. Sroll'iiid, l-Vauee, PorlUiial and Spain, it.ily, Sicily, .Malla, Turkey, Rossin, .Sweden, Denmark, Poland, Girniaiiy, 6cc, Illustrated by inanv Views and Maps. By the Rev. T. CLARK. Printed for J. Sonlrr, 73, Si Pmil's Church-yard. Of" whom may be had. }nsl piilili- 2 0 0: ft 0 ! � 2 1 1 1 1 - 0 - 1 5 2 2 - 3 1 0 I 0 1. 0 1 5 - 0 l> -   2s. 6d. - 2   2 10 10 1   1 0 5 -    2   0 1   0 -   10s. 61I. .   0   5 0   5 10 11 10   0 10 10 1 0 5 0 3   0 0 10 2 0 lOs 6d. 5 0 5   0 1 1 l' 10 0 1 1 1 5 1 5 0 1 10 1 1 0 I 0 2 1 1 1 10 1 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 2 0 1 3 0 a 1 a 2 10 E. B. W. Hewlett Anonymous R. Hunter P. Irving A. K. R S. D. Beale J. L. M. J M.     ^ W. P. Richards R. Fall H. W Herring A Tradrsman T. Nalde> AiionymuuB Diliu F. Caiinop.jun. Anonymous R. S ^Valker J.W. J. Drnup Lady Blunt Miss Blunt P. t''enlon,jun. E.W. Smith R. Birkett and Sons R. Lee W. Parlou F. P.oe J. W. F. Slock Wood, Wigan, and Wood Robert Page A Tradesman, R. Foil, by Mr. Hick 1 At Sir J. W. Lubbock and Co's. M. Harrison, Esq. 1 1 ApoorFiiendtolhePoorl 0 J. Latham, Esq. - 5 5 Gen. Stephen - 1 1 C. Holmes -        1   1 Bru" US,   Rogers, and Browns -     10   0 F. Waki field      - 5 .Mrs. Wakefield      -    2 W. Wakefield   -Miss Wakefield Miss Greeves W. B. Messrs. Pieschel and Sclneilier L. Evelyn, Esq. Paxlou,  Coi-kerell, Trail, an." .0. C. C. J. Osborne, Esq. N. Elli.sou,Esq.    -J. H, V. and O.   (..irduns and Biddnlpli b A. Salluinrshe, Esq 5 Vt, Etlw-irds and .Son B 51. Forsler, Esq. DO. II. . P. Conib.iuld - 3 3 T. Lane, Esq- - 2 2 C. Lane, Esq. - 1 1 C. - - 1 0 Sir C. S. Hunter, Bart, b 0 H. R. Reynolds, E.sq. 10 H iMr. Lafiirest E. I-aforest T. D. Lees il. Bradley Mr. Seijeanl Taddy Ranier, BalUrd, and Morgan -        10 10 J.S Slockwell 5   II SomeOentleinen of llie S.C.OlBce, Bank 8 0 R. Harris - 2   0 J. P. Dobree -      2   0 L. A. Delachanmette 5 0 Biriiig, Brothers, & Co. 21 0 S. C. Holland      -        5   0 B. A.Gold.schinid&Co. 10 10 Sir W. Doinville, Bart. 10 0 J. W. S. J. Cohen H. Bales Rear-Admiral Rolles Mrs Rolles T. H. Mrs, Meux Whitbread and Co. W.Gee Rundell,   Bridge,  and Ruiidell J. A. T. WHne,jun. IL Hope, Esq. J. Ponlen, E-q The Marquis of Hertford - . 20   0 H. B. Ward, Esq.   -    5 R. C.            - 2 R. Watts, Esq.     -      5 Miss B. Vauglian 5 Hon. J. T. L: Melville   & W. Mathews, Esq. G. W..S. Hihbert Elli�.Tucker,&BaiiiellO J.  	0 P. G. Norman, E�q.	5	0 T. and B. Hawes	5	0 Mr. Vigne	3	0 G. Rirkards	2	2 .S. H.	1	1 H.	0	10 T. Leverton, Esq.	5	0 M. A. J.	2	2 G. H.	2	0 J. Smyth	1	I W.  q. 5   5 AI Stephenson and Co's. Slepiienson iiud Co.     10   0 James Alorris and Co. 10   0 Bolland and Robiusou   5   b N. M.      - -      1   0 Bazel t, Farquhar,Craw- furd, and Co. 10   0 Subscriptions will be received by Sir J. W. Lubbock, Bart. Treasurer, Mnusionhnuse-streel ; at the several Banking, houses in London and AVcstmnnler; at Lloyd's Cortee-honse; and by the Conimitlee, ni the King's Heail Tavern, Poiilliy. (Signed)      W. H. BODKIN, Hon. Sic. Thursday, Jan. 14, 1820. It is requested that omissions or inaccuracies may be noticed, and they will he rectified. Ernila in yesterday's List - For " H. L. Smull," rend " H. L. Smale;" f�r � Wm. CuuclifTe," read " R. CunlifTe, jun.;" for "John Hopkinsou," read ^' John .Stephenson;" and for " Name forgutlcn," rea.l     Edward Bond." 1 I 1    1 � At Siuilh, Payne, and Co.'.. George Young, Esq. 10 10 K. F. - . 10 Win. Freme, jun. 10s. 6d. Lailg and Co. - 10 0 H. and J. Johnstnue    10 10 At (;iyn and Co.'s. TIios. Barirum, Esq.     2   0 At Williumsand Co.'i J. T.        - -       5   0 Wir. Phelps, Esq. 5   0 At Hankey and Co.'s Hankey and Co. 10 10 Jas. Clarke, Esq. 5   0 At Masierinaa and Co.'s Muun and Wylde 5   0 AI Spooiier'ri. Young and Needhara    1   1 G. V. - -11 AI Chatteris aud Co.'s .1. Coward - 11 Clarke,  Boyd,   and French .        10 10 aI Esdailesand Co.'s. Esdailes and Co.    -   10   0 Robl. Storks       -       1   O W. Key -        -   1   0 Perring's. Fraser.AKxander&Co.lO   0 a. M. .10 Everett's H. Hitchman, Esq. 1 1 J. Winstauley and Sons 5 5 W. Hollingsworth 3 3 L. and G. Leake           5   0 Veres and Co.'s. Pal. Heally .       3   3 Busanquet'a. T. Preeling, Esq. 5   0 T. H. H. - 1   0 EH - 10 Curtis and Co.'s. Earnest - 10 J. B        - -   103.6d. Frs. Gandolfi, Esq. 5 5 Wm. Pratt, Esq 2   2 Combe, Delafield& Co. 1(1 10 Ciirtis, R.ibarts& Co. 21 0 Wissand Ripleys 10   0 Ah. Monlefiore, E�q. 10 0 Daniel Mocaltn, Esq.    5   0 At Lloyd's. Wolfe and Edmunds     2   0 R. Moore - 1   I) W. B. S. � . . 10 A. R. C. .       b   n Nicholson and Youn^ 10 10 C. R H. F. R. J. iM. A. Riddell J. G. N. A. B. D. Carrulhers J. II. D. J   llohson Hillalt and Saunders J   Deiiison and Co. J. C. Lee A. R Contract previously ; yet il may be menliunrd that tlie latter part of the .sale went 2s. a 3b. higlier than the first totii. CoTTOIi.-^Tbe jCotlon market rt-mains in the same innc* tive stale as for some weeks preceding; yel such is Ihe firmness of Ihe holders, that no lower pvices are snbmitle^ lo, except such parcels as II is reported have been sold 10 meet the prompt al the India House; il is staled 800 Bed. 4;al3 have been disposed nf iu this manner, at 6Jd. aud 7il. the other purchases since our last consist of small p irceU of Sural Cotton. The accuanlB of Cotlan and'the manufactures from Ifte couutry continue very favourable. Importation of Cotton since uur last, 971 bales Sural__ Total importaliou of Cotton in 1820 : 971 bales Sural; 795 bales Brazil. Fbuit.-Nothing material has occurred this week : a parcel of Cheama raisins is reported to bare been sold. Currants continue in demand. Oil -There is little alteration iu Oils ; the holders of Greenland nnlicipaie an improvement, on account of Ihe frost. Rum. Brandt, and Holi,ani�.-The Rum marketcoo-tisuea lo improve, hotb in llir demand,and in the price*j the request is rhiefiy by the export-houses, and hy sfiecuta- -lorst there are few purchases of Braiiily or Geneva to repi�irt. Tallow.-The prices of Foreien Tallow are rather higher, and the holders are sanguine lhal a further improrek ineut will lake place. The town-maritet is (o.ilay quoted-63s. which is Is. higher than last week. By public sale l&th instant, 118 casks and abont 20 tons loose Tallu". Yellow Candle, in eask.s, .^3s 6d. and 5#�.; loose, &ts. 9d. White Candle, aOs. Cd.-Soap, 5Is. aud Sis. 3d. _ CORN EXCHANGE, Friitay, January 14. The continuation of severe frust baring stopped the nairi-gatiun of Ihe river, prevents any corn being worked from oir board the vessels, and the consnmns nol having as yet any occasion to resort lo that in granary, scarcely any busiueas-ia doing, and prices are nominal. UXBRIDGE. Corn Inspector's Returu, TiiOB3U�v, J.tNUAJtT 1$. Wheat, per load ........13( lOs lo 19< -s Barley, per quarter.......32* -d to 3Ss -1] Oats....................24s -J to i9s- Beaus..................39i -tl lo 48. -d Pease.................. 48s -d to 52s -d SMITHFIELD, Friday, Jamuary 14. This morning's market wa^ well supplied with all kinds of cattle, except Brtf, of which there was but a small sufiply, in constquence the price of Reef is higher than last luarkiit day; but Mutton, Veal, and Pork remain al last Mond-ay's prices.-There is no ditfeience in the prices of Hay, Straw, or Clover iime Monday. To sink the offal per alone of 81b, 1 1 5   0 2 2 HI 10 3 3 2   0 LADIES' BOARDING .SCHOOL, NEAR THE CITY ROAD. ;ft/S"RS. CROSS res|)ecirii:ly iiiCorms the Gentry, ir.H- .Merchants, and her Friends in getieral, that her SCHOOL will RE-COMMENCC on MONDAY NEXT, January 17, and lliat she has arcoinniodalion for Three more Young I.Hdirs as Boarders, aud One as Half-boarder. She liHpes tl1.1t the nattering success she has met wilh for these-Ihiriy-si ven years, in edncniiiig the Dauglilers of some of the iiist Famines in the Cily, lo whom references may be had, will be no small reeomiiiendalion lo those Ladies and Gentlemen who may honour her wilb their patronage. Terms:-The Young Ladies are boarded, and taught Ihe English and Frtiieh L-anguages %vith grammatical purity and correctness, history, and the net (He works, for 35 giiiiieBS per auimm, wa.hing included. Parlour Boarders, 60 gni. neas per annum. Day Boarders, three guineas and a half per quarter ; and Day .Scholars, Iwo guineas. No entrance money exper:Ied ei:her from Boarders or Day Scholars.- Writing, arithmetic, music, dancing, drawing, Italian, geography, liie use of the globes, anti astronomy, taught by Pro-fess.its of eminence aud established merit. Wanted, u Young Lady, of a docile disposition and polite address,us an .4pprentice,Terms, 100 guineas for three years, masters and extras included; drawing and'hooks only excepted, uhicli, if riquired, must be paid separately for: she will enjoy many advantages which are nut to be met with in the generality of schools. Mrs. Cross may be spoken wilb, or directed to, at her Seminary, No. 11, Charles's-sqnare, near the City Road. Beef....4s    6.1  lo b�. 41. Mutton..4s    61I   to 5s. 4 1. '�'eai____5s    1)1   to Cs 6,1 Pork ...5-    0 1   10 6s. 6.1 Lamb...Os    Od. to Os O.i. HAY.MARKET 3/. Os.   Oil.   to Head of Cattle this day:- Beasn...............  500 .Sheep,............. 5,I�0 Calves................110 I'isrs  .................2ia Hay... Clover......il: Straw M. lis. 8s. Od. 0.1. il. 5s. fld. bl. 128. Od. 1/. 14s.   Od. VVheat......53s lo 76s Od Rye........-s to -s Od Barley......26s lo 33s Od NEWBURY, BERKS. Oats ....... Beaus ..... Pease ..... 20< to 32s 0,1 38 s to 47� "d 42s to 50s OJ Bread Is. 5^d. to Is. T^i. per Gallon. NEWGATE ANB LEADBNHALL MARKET.S. (By the Carc'oiS.) Beef.... 3s   8.1 to 4s   8d   Veal......3j   8.1 lo 6<   OJ Mutton.. 3s   8.1 to 4s   6d   Pork.. .. .. 4s   8 I to 6i   OJ PRICES OF HAY AND STRAW. st. james's. I wiiitkchapel. Hay 3/ 2s Od to 5/ Os Od   Hay.. 4/ Os Od lo 4'  8s OtJ Slr.\w 1/ 4s Od to 1/ 16s 0.1 | Old do. Oi   Os Od tuO/ Oi OJ Clover4/-3 Od to OZ Os Od |Slraw.. \l 8i 0.1 lo 1 / 12. nd I Ckiver   bl 10s Od to 6/ lO.sOd PRICE OF IIUP.S, perCwi. Kent . Sussex Essex . nfw   RAGS. ,. .3/ lis to ..2/ ISs lo ..11 18s to 4; 4s 3/ lOs 31 15s iVKW   POCKKTS. Kent  .... 3/ 8s  to Al 10. Sussex____31   0- t.i .t' I'.i Essex .... 3/   3i 1.1 4'   U* Farnhani, second, 4/ 10s lo bl 53-fine, bl b, lo 6/ 6� F'oreign Pockcls \l Os to -21 2s. RAW HIDES. Best Heifers and Steers (iier I Orilinarv.. Is ni I.. 2.  OJ stone).'. 23   8:1 lo 2* lOd   Market Calf.. Oslo 8- e:,, h Mithllin-s 2s 4.1 lo 2s   Gd | Eng. Horse  0.. 0-1 1.1  Os Od SHF.EP SXIN.S. Shearlings, polled.........4s   Od lo 5s   4d Ditto, down ............ 3s   3d to 4s   3tl PRICE OF RAW FAT, per stone of 81b As stated by the Tallow Melters. Price by Tallow..., 33 6Jtl A. A'bile, middling aud rather soft, 41s. a 44s.; Yellow, .32s. 61I. a 358. ; Brown, 29s. and 308.-685 chests East India nolti al nearly the same improvemeut.: WhUe, niiildling wiih sirengih, 43s. ; Yellow, Sis,; Brown, very' low quality, 'JSs.'iS.is. The'lalier previonsly had been sell, ing about 2I)�. Corteii-.-There has been liitle.business doing in Coffee by private contract ; ihe prices generally cahoot b'esfaled ut aiiy variation. The public sAJa this lorenoon conaisled entirely of'.Diinerara and Berbice descriptions, which may be fakeii nit a rriterioii of the market fur IheierqubliliesJ 55 ' casks and 141 baga were, broaght forward:;'Ihe.wbole'went oil' fit very irregular prices, middlii)^ selliai;J44s,.a .}4^Jt.. 6d. good Triage so-bigb ai>''128.s; 6dt.' (S'eneralty dflBe gate n ........ 14|d to 16d ............Ifid   to Hid for cuflin- 15ii   10 17id ...........17jd lo i(hi ............18d   to 24d ............34(t  lo 34d .............25d   to 29d ............18d  to 3ia ........----13d   to J8d ............I6id tjo Ifci .........:..i�d to S04 � COAt MAUKET, JaSOJJIT,,�4U , > Ships.at Markel.       Ships Sol''- '^f'^^'� 771-�CSwci*iIe..',..-.....' K*.... 43.. �.d.':J*       Od. 3   Saodeiland ........    I .... 44�. M. to 47�. 9<*,   

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