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   British Press (Newspaper) - January 20, 1820, London, Middlesex                                � 05 NuMBER 5342, . LONDON, THURSDAY,  JANUARY 20,  1820. PiiicE 7d. \J)F.R THE IMMEDIATK PATRONAGE OF HIS, MtOVAL HIGHNLSS'THE PRINCE REGEN r. .      Piofils of Ibis Night ^ill be appropriaieil Id the object o(" llie Commillce \>ref\A\ng over ibe Fund for ibe relirf of Poisons lU'siilutc of Nightly Shelter.'. I'HRATIIE.ROYAL, DIWRY-LANE. nnriis EVENING, rnuRSDAY. J,..i. so, j L the Enlfrtaininents will commence M-illi an Occa-siii jinl Aildress, wrilleo by James Thomson, Esq lo be reeil-nl by Mis. . West ; al'ier which his Majesty's Servaiils will iji' rform the Coinedv of rilR DIIAMATIST; Or, STOP HIM WHO CAN. yapid fwilh ihc original Epilociie), iVIr. Elliston ; Loril -.iirh, Mr. Dinvloii ; Hiiirv Neville, Mr. Bariiaril; Euiiui, �. Harlcy i Floriville, Mr. Riisacll; \Villoii<;hhy, Mr. dmiisoo. L.tily Waiiforl, Mrs. Harlowe; Louisa Court. 11.      ^!rs. RohiiisoM ; iWarianiia, .Mrs. Edwin. After (he Play, a TRIBUTE to ST. CECILIA. Af iir Kliicli, 22il lime, ap entirely new Comic Pintomiffle, r.iillefl JACK AND THE BEAN STALK; Or, HARLEQUIN AND THE OGRE, riie Oirie, Mr. HiidMiu; Jack, Miss Povey, afterwards Har-ui'i, Mr. Bolouna : Pantaloon, Mr. Hartland ; Clown, Mr. it-ihv. Jaek'.s !M ( 'Monday next, Coriolanus : Caios Marcius, Mr. Kean, fi -=1 appearance in that character. 1,-,; St.'  ,ir>       i-Lower (Jallery 2s.;  Second Price Is__Upper I  e.ited every evening. To     .W.itrrow, Shakspeare's Comedy of Errors, '   (>      f-.iliirdiiy, Isibtlla:  Isabella, Mrs. De Jersey Beau-rir.   ^ V iirmerly of llic Theatre Royal, Glasgow, aud lately fn    y !\" PhiJldelpbia Theatre).  ji-Tnesdav will he produced (first time), a new Musical I^- �er.i, efilied Tlie Antiquary. The Profits of this uight "^' jl hp presented lo the laudable Charity now carrying on '�      Uef'il\. .�SURREY THEATRE. f    I^IIIS EVENING, 'IHURSDAY, Jan. 20, "ill be |ireseiUcil, a favourite dance composed by Mr. 7     ti..4f�-.-iv, ealle.i SANDY, JANET, AND UTTLE BEN. /    /I'-f 'Tvliicli, preceded by an Address, to be spoken by Miss (. .p.fl.ihd, will be presented for the first time, an entirely ji-. splendid Historical Melo-dramatic Burlella, in three af*s, culled IVANHOE; OR, THE JEW'S DAUGHTER. I'i'iiha new grand Military Overture, J    'o!:^r. {V:,:h-v of JCiigland), Mr. Clifford;  Pilgrim, Mr. '.^       lk;i. v -   Mr. 1.�::iiiard ; Isaac of York, Mr. Huntley. Lady IJo".     <'.�   Mr';        S. Chatlerley; Rebecca, Miss 'I'aylor; ' liH ^Ir.--. Brooks; Elgiva, Miss Beuce; Alicia, Miss i'ill. file ;     ;r(-,!;T,5's Enlertainments Jo conclude with(10lh lime) tJie very faviMrile Bnileita, in two acts, called .'-MALL PUOFliS DO GREAT THINGS A      .V'.-iit will be appiopriate,; next week for the BeneSt pi" il      ? (,;:v Li^liliition in behulf of llic Houseless Poor. PORT WINES AT 32s. PER DOZE^I. "T^ it-: E    COM MEKCL-iL    HALL   WINE S        rO.^JI'ANY, No. 10, Skinner-slreel, and No. 3-10, Ox- ' itn-n, iniiirn! all Brokers, Agents, and others, who sell  I : fceni in tnwn and country, aiul also all the Company's '      . o�i-rs, uiiij lije Public in general, that the lasl day th� '"'11 psiij wiil ;iecept orders for the above article is the 'i ' a-  .f i'el.ruary next; and the Company particularly iiq  ( e-"-v;i-.liTalioii wluitever to accept any order for the above ��'yin \.j ��.iu-v tiie 1st day of February next, as above stated. lU ! 1 '-'rff CA.\DLES ON AN niPROVED PRINCIPLE, r I'. DAVfES, 03, St. iVI�rti.)'slHi)e, oppo-|_ o sire fv'ew .^lauglitei's Coffee-house, sole Maiiiifac- cf Ihe IMPERIAL WATvED WICK. MOULD (D-'-ICS whicii are universally allowed lo burn equal �nr. il'eiM5 it necessary to caution the Nobility and iliis uc'ii::?! Hie base atlempis of persons daily adver. i>6t;e :ire geniiiiK? but tJiusc had af his Waecliou.'ie �ove, or No lo2, Fluet-slreet. ne Si'irni ('sindles, JJs. 4d. per pound; Palace Wax Is. or f.!jug ',Vax Pieces, 3s. 8d. per pound ; Imperial ej Wirk .Mould Candles, lis. 6d. per dozen; Best ! (Janille'i, 10s. per d uzeu ; Mottled Soap, from 948. lo pe.- c�l ; Yellow .Snap, 82s. to 86s. per cwt.; fine . lip. ](12�. per cwt. ; Windsor and Palm So4p, Is. 4d. ;. |.', !l) ; Ci.i-.vn Wiiulsur, 2s. to 2s. fid. per lb.; Highly-t(  i'.ui.'j Snaps, 9s. per dozen ; Sealing Wax, 3s. 6d. b; line .Spi rm Oil, 7s. 6d. per gallon; Commoa Oil, d. hy one or more Agents in every principal ui.li �iit it cannot b� genuine,'unless the names of the hove P reparejB are enRraved on the Goveriiment Stamp, whirhis li.'iedoier the cork of each bottle. Proper Sponge I'.Mj.esa. -e sold hyBayteyand Blew,as usual. A- al wve way al?o be had, anfhenticaled by a similar Slump,  a ENRY'S CALCINED MAGNESIA, in bottles af y.l. I t with glaw stoppers at 4s. 6d. CONTRACTS FOR WOOLLEN AND OTHER GOODS. CoHMjssARiiT Dep.vrtmeSt, TreasIirV CttAJTBERs, January 17, 1820. ClUCH Persons as ure desirous o/ Contrarthisr k9 icffh The � Aqmt for Coihmii'arial SUpj>lie>\ fn SUPPLY ARMY CLOTHS, WHITE KERSEY, GKEY KERSEY. SERGE, FLANNEL, BLANKETS, RUG.S, IMOLTONS, .STROUDS, PENNLSTONES, CALICF), COTTON, WOKSTED, BRA.SS and TIN KF.TPLE.S, A'WI^, NEEbLES, CUTLERY, and LOOKING GLASSES, may receive Particulars of Ihc Gontracis at Ibis Office betwerrt the Hours of Eleven and Five, and delivier their Tenilei", sealed up, and directed to the Agent for Commissarill Supplies, marking thereon, *' Tender for W^ool-len GuoJs, &c.;" on or before Wednesday, the 2d February, but none %rill ho received after Twelve o'clock on ihut day; nor will any Proposal he noticed iinlesfi made on or aii-cewed prinimfc Harticniir, liiul the Prices inserted in Words at Length i Jiur unless a Leiter he subjoined lo such Proposal, sigiieil by Two Persniis of known Properly en-gaging to become bound with the Parly tendering in the Sum expressed in the Particuiais for Ihe due Performanca of the Contract, MI.SS BURNEY'S NEW NOVEL. This day i.i published, the Second Edition, in 3 vols. 24s. COUNTRY   NEIGHBOURS,   and   THE SHIPWRECK: Tales of Fancy. By Miss BURNEY. Printed for Henry Colburn and Co. Conduit-nlreet. Of whom may be bad, by the same popular Author, new Editions of CLARENTINE, 3 vols: 2U. TRAITS OF NATURE, 4 vols. 28s. TRANSLATION OF MAD. DE GEN LIS' NEW WORK. This day is published, in 2 vols, price 10s. 6d  boards, -^ETR.ARCH   aiifl   LAURA:   �n Hi.s'onral Rmnaiice, translated from the French of MADAME DEGENLIS. Printed for Henry Colbnrn and Co. Cnnduil-streef. Of whom may be had, by the same distingnisbed VVriler, 1. JULIEN DELMOUR; or, The New ;Era : a Novel, actually founded on tlie Event* lhat have occurred in France during the last thirty years, 4 vols. 243, 2. JANE of FRANCE, 2 vols. 12s. 3. ZU.MA, and other Tales, 6s. 4. HENRI LE GRAND, 3 vols. 12s. Just published, (WdicaleJ, by perntission, to his Royal Highness Prince Leopold of Saxe Coburg, &c, i EM ARKS on the HISTORY ami PHILOSOPHY, hut particularly on the Medical Ellicacy of ELECTRICITY, in ihe cure of NERVOUS and CHRONIC DISORDERS; and in various local Affections, as Blindness, Deafness, &c. illustrated with many new and slriking Cases : logetlier with Observations on Galvanism, as an effirieiH subsiilute for Meroufial Remedies, iu Bilious and Slomarh Complaints. By M. LA BEAUHE, Medical Surgeon-Eleclririan, F,L.S. &c. Second Edtlion, greatly enlarged, with Copper plate Engravings. I. rtrediirlion, by D. BOILEAU. This work will be-flnind to he constructed on so atlTiir-able a plan, as 10 afford far greater facilities towards speaking the French Language  than c.in be derived from any | otluT publication. ' 2. ANECDOTES PARISIENNES. Cnnsisling of entertaining and memorable Traits of ihe .Men of Learning aud other distinguished Cliaracters who have /hnirislied in the French Capital.   4s. hound. 3. HENRI LE GRAND.    Par Madame de Genlis. 3 vols. 12s. This deligblfnl Hislorieal Talc, like the Beli-aire of ihe same Author, will be found an accepiable present to young personv, and is admirably calculated for a Class Buuk in Schools. This day are published, 2 loin. Svo. 24s. EMOIRES |H,M,rs-,v,ra L'HISroiRE tie la VIE PRIVEE, du RETOUR, el dH KEGNEde NAPOLEON en 1815. Printed for John Murray, Albemarle-slreet. A TRANSLATION of lliis  WORK, 2 vols. Svo. will appear in a few d.iys. In a few days will he puhliihed, neatly jirinied in 2 vols, j 12im,. and embellished wilh Cnis, ROniN HOOD; the Lild and Adve-ntiirps; logelhcr with Ihe Ancienl Songs and Ballads, commemorative of the Exploits of that celebrated English Outlaw. " In this our spacious Isle 1 think there is no! one But be of Robin Hood bath heard and Little John ; And to the end of lime the tales shall ne'er be done Of Scarlock, George a-Green, and Muck the Jlillei's son ; Of Tuck, the merry friar, which many a sermon made, In praise of Robin Hood, his outlaws, and their traile." Drayton. GLENFELL. This day is published, price Os. elegantly halfbound, LENFELL ; or, Muciionalds ami Cainphells : ilf   an Edinburgh Tale of Ihe Niiieleeuth Ctnlury. Printed for Sir RiclianI Phillips and Co. Bride-court, Bridge-street; and to be hail of W. Sams, Pall-mall. Of whom mav he hed, An elegant Translation of GENLIS' PETRARCH and LAURA, 5s. -.---^- MEMOIRES DE NAPOLEON PAR LUI-ME.ME. En quelqiies jours sera publics, eu 8fo. Lis. EM01RE^ !>onr servira L'HISTOIRE de 1SI5; compreiiant le Relour de I'lslc d'Elbe; Details de la R.Tlajlle rle Waterloo ; el Observations siir les Eveuements qui la suivireni ; ce qui forme le neuvieme LIVRE des MEMOIRES HISTORIQUES de NAPOLEON. ECRIT par LUl-MEME. Celte parlie e^ t pnhliee la premiere, vii son intsii^l pr^-eminant dans ce niomenl-ci. Les aulrcs Livres paraitront aussildt que les circonsJrinces le permelljynt. Uiie Traduction eu Anglais, par .Mr. O'Mearii, der-nt^reineiit Cliirnrgieii de Napoleon a St. Helciie, est en main, et paraiira sous pen. Impiime pour Sir Richard Phillips et Co., Bride-court, Eridge-Blreet. N.B__On juge a propos de prevenir le public qu'uii exemplaire de eel ouvruge ayant atteint Paris, on I'a publie, I il y a quelijues j lurs, dans celte ville. El qiiniqu'il a ' pass^ pour faux, a cause des retranchements el des ehaugc-menls qu'on y a fait afiu de se conformer aux vues de la police Fraii9aise, nianmoins deux milic exemplaires se mint veaduR dans un jour ; et on vient de rccevuir I'lvis que depnis il a eie Kupprim6.-Dans les Editions Frangaise et Anglaise qui s'iiii|)rimenl a Londres, on ne B'eeartera nuUc-raent du Manuserit vcuu de St. Helene, qui est entre les malus du Libraiiu. Second Subscription of the Society of Ihe Social Sons under Old Parr, Pan's Head, Doctors* Commons - - 5 5 W. Tebbs     - -11 X. Y.Z.       - -   2   2 The Master,  Ushers, and    Scholars    of Poland-street  Academy      - .   10 10 William Hyde 2   2 E. Hanson, Son, and Co.      . -20 Collection at a Breakfast Table        - 5   5 A.D. K.      -         -10 A    retired    Medical Officer      --10 D. Laiiig, Tower-streel, and ."jO half-quarlerii loaves, and a promise of clothes   5   0 Lord Di>bop of Bangor - 10   0 Lady Rumbold 2   0 Tho^. Sianger Leathes   2   2 E. .M. . 10 John Blade!! J. B. G. R. aud A. Taylor Z , per Hatcliard and Son - 1   0 Rev. W. R. Lvall 1    I The Clerks of"the Reduced Annuity Office, Bank A.C.RnsKell W. Jl, G. Rev. J. S. Sergrove Rodwell and Ward 10 10 2 0 1   1 Al Sir J. W. Lubbock's. 10 2 1 5 2 3 1 1 1 1 10 10 10 I . 1 1 don 5 2 -   2 1 George Greufell Dr. Lushingtnii Miss C. Liishington C, B. Wall, Esq. M..i>, H. D. Mrs. C. Dilnniu iNIrs. Lc Blanc AuoHyinoua Cbai les Deacon J. Callcndar James Webb, Bath Harl of Carlisle J. Carbonell' J. James At Drummond's. Miss Boone -      5 G, H. Druinmond 5 R.H. Noble - 1 Jas Brogdcn, Esq. M.P. 5 A Lady . - 3 Alex. Copland Chiilmeley Deriiig E. D. The Hon, Robt. Gcii H. S. H. Lewis C. W. H. [-Jno. Porler Earl of Seftou Synipalliy Al Paxlon's General Haynes Col VV. Duncan John Farran Anonymous S.J. G. Edmunds C. Raikes H. P. Mrs. M. Slaughter W. Slaughter A Stranger Win. Morphy Dr. Duncan Annnymous SirW, D.Gordon, Bart. 5 Gordon, Forsyth, and Co, 4 bushels split-peas, 1 cwt. soup, celery. At Stevenson & Salt's. St James's Chronicle    5 Baldwin, Cradock,and Co, At Fry's. John Horman Al Sikes's. Sir James Little 6 Major C. Pasley 2 At ftlarryat's, T. H.Cule -        2 Selh Thorn|)Son 1 At Ladbrbke's. J.Leigh 1 AUnutt and Co, 5 At Junes and Co's, T. L. M. 1 R. B. - 1 Mrs, .March, Henley     1 0 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 e 0 0 0 X 0 n 0 0 0 0 0 5 3 10 10 1 1 0 0 2 I 0 10 10 1   0 At Pole's, John Reid 10 10 W. Hood 10 AG.            - 1 1 Thus. Page 10 0 At Grotes'. E, B. Frederick 1 0 .4t Dorrien's, Brant and Delanoy 10 0 Haminan and Co. 5 5 At Fuller's. E. G. Smith       - 1 1 A.t Corrie's, J Gumstead 5 0 Twiss and Browning 5 5 At Barnard's, John Evans - 11 Sir R, de Capell Brooke, Baronet          - 2 2 At Masterman's, Joseph Stephenson 5 5 Slanley, Howard, & Son 3 3 At Hankey's, D.Whalley         - 1 I R,Whalley         . 1 1 \y. and J. 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MP, T. Bent G, F.Evans Hayter, Ho*ell,&Co. A. L. iM. Mr, Allsop Mr. Watson Hinchliffe and Co, Shewell aud Co. Colliugridc and Co. J. T. Robarts A. Chatfield At Stephenson's. G. Moravia and Co. .Miss C. Moravja Miss E. Mo'avia At Martin's, Samuel .Mure Welhank and Co. At Esdaile's. J. A. David At Sansom's. AmosAylou At Chatteris's. R. G. Ker E E. W. A.Nesbitt Ar Smith's, IV. B. T. White J.Kinlocb T. Holfiies and Sons W. and D. Richardson Al Morland's. Sir S.   B, Moiland, Bart, 1. B. Danvers 0 2 2 2 0 0 3 5 5 2 1 0 5 0 10 0 1 5 5 2 2 5 5 3 5 5 2 1 10 5 5 1 5 5 10 5 2 5 1 1 10 5 I 1 I   1 10 2 3 J 1 10 3 2 On next Sunday evening, January 23, a Collection will be made in ihe Church of St. Laurenre Jewry, Guildhall, in aid of Ihe funds of this Society, after a Seriiiou lo be preach-ed fay ihe Ktv. Dr. Rudge, .Suliscriplioiis will be received by Sir J. 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LECTURES on ihe CATECHISM of ihe CHURCH of ENGLAND. By WilJ,,-im Gilpiu, M.A. .Seventh Edilion, 12nio. price Ss. 6d. 34. ELEMENTS of GENERAL HISTORY, Ancient and .Modern; lu which are added, a Table of Clifouology, and a coniparative View of Ancient iind Modern Geography. By Altxiinder Frazir Tyllcr, Esq. 2 vols. Svo. Sixth Edilion, with Maps, J6�. in bowids. 35. A CRITICAL PRONOUNCING DICTIONARY, and Expositor of the English l.i'.iiguage. By John ^Valker, iu one large volume Svo. wilbt>iii ihe solalltst altnd^ment, Tuentielli Edition, price 14s. iu boards. SALFoHD SESi>IO!^S. New Bailey Court Home, Manchester, MoniLiy, Jannary 17. Tlie Sjlford Qiiiirter Sessions commenced to-day, belore  ilie Rev. VV. R. Hay, a* Fotcoian, aud a full Bench of Mui^iilrates, viz,-. J. Silvester, Esq. J. Ridgway, Ks�|. Janus Norris, Esq. R. Feilden, Esq. R. Wright, Esq. R. Fleleher, Esq. James VValkius, Esq. About half-past len o'clock the names of the Grand Jury were called over, and  the following Gentlemen appeared and were .sworn, viz. J. Crossley, Esq. Rev. C.VV. Eihelston, A.M. John    Bradshaw,    Esq.   of Manchester, Foreman Edward   Lnshton,  Esq.   of Levensiiulme J. Clegg, Esq. of Pilkington RatclifieSrholfield, Esq.ditto Robert Phillips, Esq. ditlo John Anderton, F.-q. ditto J. Wallis, Esq. of Manchester John Ilailluu, Esq. ditto R. Orrorod, Esq. Manchester Edmund Howarth, Esq.  at Cheelliam Richard Poller, Esq. ditto T. Barrow, Esq. of Pendleton James  Chadwick,   Esq.   of Walmsley J. E. Scholcs, Esq. of Salford Thomas Kaye, Esq. ditto Tiionias Walker, Esq. ditto Alter the Jury had been sworn, Mr, Hay ad. dressed Ihem at .some lenytli, and said- " Gentlemen of the Grand Jury, Y'ou will be aware that Parliament has been in a late instance called totcether at a much earlier period than iii times of peace has generally been the case. The necessity of this has been niiderslood to arise from the many disgraceful at-tempt.s of Ihe disaffected and iinpioHS in various parts of the country, and Ihe object wis lo submit lo the Legislature cei tain measures for the piotcclion of ihe Constitution, the resulls of � hicli, under their wisdom, it was hoped would prevent a lepetitiun of such nefarious proceedings. It is la. iTienlable to think that such a necessity should exist, but that it did e.xist was notorious (o those most coaversant wilh the manufacturing districts of England and Scotland, Par-liameut, therefore, lost no time in providing such �nact-menls as I trust will be found adequate to Iheir respective purposes, and will 31 Ihc s.ime lime sive-cuufidence to the well-disposed of his .'Majesty's suhjecls throughout Ihe United Kinsduni; should it prove olherwise. Parliament has reserved lo itself a power to alter iheir Acts during the present Session. " The number of statutes passed as referable lo, or suggested by r* Cent events are six : four of them are permanent, ihe Iwo oliters are temporary. I nill lake Ihem iu the order Ihey appear in Ibe Sialule Book." Mr, Hay then reicrred lo the Acts of Parliament, lead [lie mle of eacli, and explained them to ihe Grand Jury.   In conclusion he said- I have now, Gentlemen, endeavoured, however imper. fectly, to bring uudet- one view, for your inforinalinu and lhat of Ihe ciinntry, the several Acis which iiave been re. ceully passed, ity us, who h^ve been hurried on by the current of exi.sling circiiinslauces, they may for Ihe most part be consiilered only as prevenlive of future evils. But to the Historian, clogging up as they do the very entrance of onr yearly slatu'cs, they must present a striking men^orml of lhat depravity which has called them forth, and of Ihe spirit and diligence of that Pailiameiit which has enacted lliem. The Legislature has done ils duly, and that wilh firmness and dis'retion. But lo us, in our several capacilies, it belongs to give effect to Iheir exertions," &r, Mr. Hay llien alluded to the state of the calendar, which was very heavy, coniainiiijj not (ewer than 215 felnnies, and 88 raisdeineaiiuurs, b-^suUst Go traverses; it was therel'ore of imjjortaiice thit no lime should be lost. Tl a Court has been occupied the whole day in lieaiing appeiila in seliiemenl cases, of no iulerest but 10 the coiileiidiiig lownsliiiis. GLOUCESTER SESSIONS. At the City Sessions, which commenced on Monday, the husitifcBS was not brought to a clou till Tuesday al'lenmoi), the calendar exhibiting the unprecedented number of lifteen prisoners. JoH-ir Phili.potts, Esq. Mayor, pre.iuied, and in his Charge 10 the Grand Jury asldresscd them as follows : - " Ge?itlemen of the VrimdJary-It is impossible to peruse the heavy cdlendar of prisoners whose cases will come under your toiisideralioii upon ibe present occasion, without feelings oFdislress al the apparent increase of crimes; but it is at the same time satisfaclory lo know that immediate deiectioii has almost invariably folKiwed every depredaiioii which has been lecently committed wiihin t'le district over which our j urisdiction extend.... To the iiidefatiguble exertions and incceastd activity i f the officers of our police, this must in a t;r.^u!-meuiure be attributed. But while I express to tli-m the unqualified approbation of the Magistrates, for their vigilance and attention, 1 feel that I ought to express to the inliabilaiits at large the acKiiow-leclgmeots of my brethren and. myself, for (he vtry general co-operaiioii which we iiaie received in all the measures wliich we have lately felt it our duty to suggest for the good government of the city; and 1 trust that the same good understanding will continue to prevail, in carrying into effect such further regulations as may, from lime lo l:tae, be deemed advisable for the general t;oo    

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