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   British Press (Newspaper) - January 17, 1820, London, Middlesex                                Number 5S39. LONDON, MONDAY,  miVUARV ir,  J820 i THEATnn.tlOYAL\ DRVHY-LANli.' THIS   EVENING.    M.ONDAY.  J�n.  17. bis Majestf^s Sei-raiits will pcirurm Shakspeare's Tfa-pcdv of '   , KING RTCHAROTdE THIRD. : Kins Henry file Sf�'fi, "^Tr .P/jic; Riahnrrt Duke of Gio'9t�r, ftU. Kenn;. Pi.Jie ..f rtni'kiivjbitm.-Mr. Holiaiul j E�l of Richmond (first iimf), Mf^ Penley., J�li?abah, Oueni of. Edward the J'oiuli;, M�J Glover: I^iiy Alive, Mr�. W. West. .       ' Afiei whicli, 19th time, aii enliicly new Comic Pintomioie, JACK AND Ti-IE BEAN STALK; Or, HARLEQUIN AND THH OGrtE. The Oarrp, Mr. Hudson; Jacl^ JSIIrs.Puvrv, a^ffrrwards Hnr-Irquici, Mr. Roln^na ; Pantaloon, Mr. UartiiimlJ tSuwii, JWr. ;Sout!iby. Jnrk> Mother, Mrs. Pearce; .Iwoctta {^icrmrda Columbine), Miss Tree; Ar^.i, Good Genius of the Harp, Miss Edwards ; Nigra, Ojjre's VVifean^ Evil Genius, Mr. We. reA'nh. '   ' '. A grotricqne Pas Deux, by Messrs..Bolosna.^nd Southby. A Pas Seal by Miss Tree. Stage SlaDikger, Mr. Russcii-'Aclini;   Manager,   Mr. WiHSlOll. The whole under the perRonal Dirrction of Mr. Elll^lon. The Doors will be opened at HalF-pasf Six o'CJock; Ibe Pfrformance will commence piceieely at .Seven. Boxes 7s.; Second Price 3^. 6d -Pit 3s. 6.1.; Second PriceZs.- tower GalleryZs.; Second Price Is.-Upper GaJ-ifry Is.; Second Price 6d. The Cox Office will be open from Eleven (ill Fiveo'Ciork -Pliices t p. ' After which (first time),-a langhable Biirletta, in one Act, called   '� RUN FOR YOUR LIFE. �  . Mr. Thrifty, Mr. Minton; Truemaa, Mr. Gpniersal; Brisk, Mr. Lane ; 'Squire Grunt, Mr.Wtlliinson ; Doctor Methodical, Mr. Daly ;'Garble, Mr. Campbell.   Sophia, Miss E. Scott; Betty, Mrs. Daly 5 Kaje, Misa Jerrold ; Uiillv, Mrs. Kirby. Tu conclude with (19lh time) an ;emii^ New, Grand, and Picturesque Christmas Panton^imr, enlillitl,- THE FAIRY Of-THE NORTH i>TAR: OR, HARLEQUIN AT LABBAliOR. Pikini, King of Labrador, aftrrwards Pantaloon, Mr. Daly; Dolphini, Prince of I..abrador, Mr. Watbiiuro ; Fnigini, a Courtier of Labrador, afterwatds Clown, Signor Pmiln; Crabbossini, Prime Minister (with a Soiifr), Mr. Siaroitr; Hubert, afterwards Harlequin, Mr. W. Kirliy, JVostella, Fairy of the North Star, Misa E. Scott; Ijibra-.line, Princess of Labrador, afterwards Columbine, Miss C. Dennett. ROYAL COBURG THEATRit,      . Ch�der the Patrooaye of his Ruynt HiehDesi Prince LEOPOLD wT^AXJECOBU&G. r-pHfS EVENING, iWaNDAY; .Im.uHrv 17, i. Tticsday and Wedaesday, (he PrrUirataateii �i)l com. �nience with the grand Chissical Meln.dram.n, c�Ued' THE HOBATII AND CUKIATIL t'rincipal Characters-Messrs. Carlljtrh, jCoobe, Gillot, An'J.SlnMey, Kemhle, BrsdlrV, Hbwfe), flarw^tid, Higman, i.;]> u, Randall, Bisliop. I)^''i,i;;e,.Sfphbine, Divni, liryBni, 4.r. Mfsdames Stanley, ."^miihsoii. Love, Vl^isun, X>avidg(>, 11..Hand, Gallot, &c. Mo(i�ii^iir and Madame LeCIrrcq. Till* � bcle to cdncIuiJc with the highly popnUr Mclo-diama, called MARY THE MAID OF THE 1N�f. Jlichard.Mr.H. Keinble; Fr3�klry,Mr. Howrl; Monklon aud WrnlWorlli,Messrs.Gallot and C.ritilch; Langlcy, Mr. Strbhwe; I'ricUsey.tMr. Davidge; Halts Kei!�l.-r, Mr. T. P.  t.^ truly popular Nuvel of lyjnhop,orlbe Jew of VorU ttl.irt) wilj he brought for-w�,,i with De�Boai�'�"'^e�rkcr, Oxford; and S. Inns, Towcester. TWO SUPERIOR .SCHOOL BOOKS. This day Is publlabed, price Is. 6d. l.rriHE NATrt)NAL SPELLING-BOOK, M. Or Snrc Guide.itb Eaglisb Spelling and Pronunciation; the whole compi\^frum the Dictionaries of Walker. Shetiilan, and JunesyjsTCe^ Syllables divided and accented agreeably to thelf]JH�provcd methods, and arranged on such a plan as cann^trail to familiarize the art of Spelling and Pronuncialiot^^femoVe thajjidjcullies, and facilitate general improvement in Ihe English language. By B. TABART. 2. The NATIONAL READER; consisting of Easy Lessons in Hi3tory,~Geography, Biography, Mythology, Natural History, &c. Yhe whole arranged on i> new plan, and illualralcd by nearly one buudred Engravings, being a Sequel to the National Spelling. By the Rev. T. Clark, Price 3s. Printed for J. Souter, 73, St. Paul's Churcb-yard; sold also by Bowdery and Co. Oxford-street. FIFTH EDITION. This day is published, DEDICATED TO THE RIGHT HON. GEORGE CANNING.   Price Is. THE MAN in the--MOON ; a Speech from the Throne to thie Senate of Laaataria. Also a Politi-cal Christmas Carol, set to Music; and, " The Doctor," a Parody, written by Ihe Right Hon. Geor -y ramesily request nn immediate application fur the oIhivp, as the lime is So very short. J. tt.icl J. SlVj^WRIGHT, Sole Couhaclor*, 37, Gornhill-; 11, Holborn ; 38, H:.ym�rket ;    111, Oxford-tlrecti Who Sold List Lotte.y, No. 1,656, . Prlie of 20,000/. >^ RARY REWEP tft-a&jMSTI'TtJTE, and NIGHTLY SHEfcTER �ay�e . oadJ. Saner 2   S 1 1 i 0 1 5 I 0 j-I 8 10 0 1 IP 3   3 Miss L..ThomaS 1 0 b 0 1   1 i 0 Ji I Thomas Newton & Co. A S Fawkes and Co. 10 10 Cox, Hatch, and Co. 10 0 R Hewing      . i   0 Caten and CaDBing 2 2 J. Thompson . 11 E. Wilkinson - 2 2 E. Robiusou - 10 10 E. P. . 10 A Seaman - 2   0 W. Walker .11 M G. Young - : 1 J.J. Kember - 10 H. Wrigbl, juu. - 1 0 H.Gibson -        1   1 W. Kirkpatrict . II J'. Uorstnian - 2 2 J>nnd W. Saunders & 5 J.H Forbes . II R. Thompson - 10 G.-Meyer and Co. 5   5 M. R. . 10 M;TbatbBm .11 Caslibot>]FUffice,BanklU 10 W. WntiinBon and Soii 0 0 Public Ledger . 5-6 J. P. Welsford . 10 J Smith and Son - 2 2 J.T. . 1   0 General T. S. Biteman 5  o Samuel Wilson	1	0 Henry Field	2	2 J. Lund	1	1 James Haite	1	1 Potts and Walda	5	0 Jameson aud Aders	10	1) Thomas Kinder, jun.	1	0 An Inhabitant	2	0 N R.	1	0 Champion	1	1 F.Jolly	I	1 R Steele	1	1 Crowder and Co.	10 10	 W. Paruell	1	� R. T. ParueJI	1	0 C. K. Falconer		c T. Whitebuuse	1	0 E. Kilely	1	0 J.W. W.Sharpe	1	0 W. Holmwood	1	0 T. Bennett	1	0 W. L Grace	1	0 R. Bennett	1	0 J. Wolfe	1	0 C. Woodman	1	0 D. n.	2	8 W. Priddin	1	0 Several Persons,  per		 E. J.H.	8	0 H. Davis	1	1 Captain A. King	2	� (I. Mackintosh	5	a Mr. Mills	I	I Mr. Elliott.   Fore.-		 tliert, four pair of		 lil.Hiikels and twelve		 loaves		 J.G.	1	0 T. Knight	1	1 R. Smith	1	1 Tilsoii and Preston	5	0 Mr. Hyde		2 J.(;ardiirr	2	2 J. Lee, jnn:	2	2 G. Tiinimer         .  .	1	0 Admiral Brocking	1	1 Mr. Graves	1	u Miles Coventry	1	1 W. M'Callock	2	2 J. Lorkelt	10 10	 J. Locket 1, jun.	5	s J. Colebaleh, jun.	1	1 Reay and Nephew	5	t Fri.nd	1	0 n. Manning	1	- J . J.M.S.	1	0 L. Biirch	2	2 C. Witherby	1	1 Clerks at  Longman,		 lliirsi, and Co.	7 n	 W. N.        -           lOs. 6d.		 A. B.	2	2 W.  Hammond  nqd		 .Sons	10	0 Under StierifT Turner	5	0 Cooper aud Co.	5	0 J. E. Sannders	2	2 � J. Saunders	2	2 R. Cleohury	5	0 and   16 .coals, ;I6		 waistcoats, 7 pair of		 Irouaers, aud 1 pair		 of gaiters		 C. Drake	1	0 Miss Pott A.Z. J". Peckford, jun. J. By grave Rreve and Gilbert J. Mitchell T. H. Mitchell Miss C. Mitchell R.Grant J. C. Melville A. W. Mason W. E. Mellegan J. O. Grissell George Owen G. H. Brown Alexander J.Scolt Henry W. Mason S..Babbipg}oi) ^ Thmftfit' J. D. Dickinson J. C. Mason F. Clarke J.H.Keith Edmund Harrey W. Malborn J. Huiues'    - W. B. C. Verlue J. Hodges and Sun W. Pritchard 8. Kent J. Arbourn R. Healhfield G. Levick - Johnstea First subscription of the .Social Son� under Old Parf^jil the Old Parr'.s>;>^8d, Doctors' Commons J. L, R. French J.H. J. Prond Rev. W. H.Coldridge W.Shrnbsole Waidson ami Sun J.W. Sandys J Graoe  r C. Brome O. .Stacey SirT. Neave, Bart. 2. L. - N.J.M. .     -E. Eloh - \Y. WiJHsms T. Preston T.Jcrald     '    - 5   5 i I I i IC. 10 o' 5 10 1.0 I.  0 1 6 :� t) L 1 I I 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 If. 29. 6J. 1   0 1 O in 10 5 u 2 2 2 2 10. 2 5 1 5 a it'. Frattcts, jun. fl. Davis p. Lot^feld 9eatte�e.       . 10 10 , Thomas Btsh . 10 10 5 I fJ.CippfrSc Ni'phfws  I" 10 O   n. S. and T. Slurpe      '2 r  Mr. Oakea -   i 0 Francis Moore - 1 VVilliam Sims, Eq. 2 James tiims, Esq. 2- 10 10 3 3 1 0 1   0 Wm. Malbew Harries Jos. Fotsler' Misa Pumtr John Bywiiler WiirUal   Fox,   Esq lectors' Coma productions of Schongraver, Israel Vari'Mluk^iUUiich, Wen.; cesluus of Olmutz, Albert Dorer, Mate .Aittonto fad his Disciples, Little tfermau Masters, PalalfefV'CtcRis^ b/ the Dutch Masters, curions early MrZZOtiotis by Prince Rupert, Original Drawings by ancient''K| r ' hopes this i>ye is too generally knoVta tftrfqnir* eiilitouiTi, he merely wishes to camion the. -aSililBst fafiauK imitations. The genuine has �lwaj�' thiSwpr)etor's signature. ' ' ATKINSON'S CURLING FLOJJ^giv** fce�Btif��.g!os% to the Hair, and keeps 11 in curl durtng e��rctt� it. dancHij or walking, or in damp weather. It is also a -most soT-prisingregenerator of the Hair; for �*t*�aliar virtu?*in this respect, see numcrons eases ijt OeBllewtn who hiiv: recovered tbeir hair'-oftcr being baid for years, in ita Ess^y on the ntture of Hair; endosea reiiinii �ac& Bt^ttle. ATKINSON'S AMBROSIAL ti>k\\ triaSe >� a ?ew proceJB, which divests it of ail irritating qoalitiew. ^ re-' moves freckles, redness;ana'hnrtta���frwft� the sk.hvP'���"'� i^chapping,aud makes itsoft,..�>'bktt,' and even. If Isoiso. prepared with Naples Soap, for shwrtng, uiitl-ia peculiik ly aib^ted tuGeatlnMn wtitr^av�te'iai� faces. Hfaiscea the skin, mdenaktsthe razor act atiich coster lhatk,6y|the eum-muD mrt^if. 44, acrrard-mrer, Sobo-iqowe, Loirilon, 10 1� 6. MoSod and iHfOta J. Mair, Siia, Tholnas, aod Co. , . ; 5 .4-Iter; H. G. WiitkiosT" A Lady, oni^nio Robert SieiH^ Bnt. Puget, Bainbrttl)^ &: Co. i       V. ... G. and W. B.WhitlalBd'8: � J. and B. Bo*er Thomas and ATaiikKf ' 9^ , Ht>pkins(mV Earl of Ysrmoolh F.J. Fuller, Esq. 9 0 H. P. Fuller, Esq. SO-, Miss De Punthiru   ' > 2   0 Herries and Co. Henries, Farquhar, & Co. - JO 10 Christopher Hall, Esq. f> 0 Mrs. E. -.60 Miss K. E. - -  5   �   

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