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   British Press (Newspaper) - January 21, 1820, London, Middlesex                                / O I HELLO. U'^O^'sl^ ,A^WM  To-tnqrnra^sjr ManiKTinfT- ' ���  . On Mondiiy iir�t, CorTolarinaTtTalui Marein'i^litKSeaa, Iiirfii�t'sp|Ka(snoehiili�titenKlrr. .       .   ' ---irf-*^-r--1---' '    ""---'"I � � " ' � TiBEA Tlik-RO YA L, CO VliNT-GA l< PlOf. THIS EV&NJNG. FKIDAV. J^,..i*ry �l, win he acted Shak'pearr'i CQMjB^y QF JEKUOUS. In Five.Acts-wiih Soiling � Dueta, ,<�lce�, J�iid Chqiuief, jie. -leclcd cHlirely,fiqin hifl Piays, Poems, anil.Siid^elii, ! Solinus, Duke uf Eirlirsiii<, Mr. pg^'.rt ii; iEgfoii, Mr. | Chnpnian ; AnliphcrVn of Ephrnia, Mr DiiriKrt ; Aitlijihtdia ofSyrarace^^MV.JiiKea; Dpomiii of E|ihie�iis, Mr. U',!F�rr*n ; Drniniu of Syrarour, Mt. Ltnlon; .AnE<-l ch,.!Vlr.,BljiiirJ>i>ri< Abbrso, Mra Faucil; Ad-riaua, Mi^a Ste|ihrn�; Luciirua, Min Matthews; L^sbia, A?rs. T. Hill After t^bich,-^'J nime, anew i6raiiil Kutnantie and Conic .PailtoiQtiBe, calkil HARLEQU1N A N W DON QIJIX dable Charily ndw^arryingivn in-the City. ADFXPHI TB:EAT�E, sfftAND. THIS  EVENING.   frujaiv. January .81. and To-Hiprrt>w, ^ajvi^aj,     (wjUbe ^fu��*�ated-(fiur the 14th lime), � Rnrlfltn, in l|i|rpi. AriB, eiifrtleil . UW.E us, O F A LL J^O R-TS; OR, Not .SUCH'A,.FdQl.^'s",HE LOqKS. Mr. Rhiibai'b; '.'ilr. Minidii; Mr. CbutJall, TWr. Cayell; Captain Melfurd, Mr. J.iones;' Humphrfey'Hogsflesti, Mr. tee; SBftimy}IN}*.*�'Jikimwi(; Wn8lr*p'e.in,U�r;Baly.ilBra. Rhubarb, Miss E.iSfigIt;. J.aW5,J^iss ^h^S,^f> Alsop. After which, by particular desire,' Ihe Burletta of lAraiLUOi DAQGBR�V!aO�). Tirconclude with.(23d .time) �,Ne�fi iGrand, rFictureiqtie Chriatmas Paulomiine, entitled THE FAIRY OP THE NdH.'1-H STAR: OR, HARLEQVIN AT..^ABRAUOR. Pikiiii, liirig of'Labrador, ttflerwards Paoialoon, Mr. My; Dolphini,-Prince tif LShrsitor, Mr. Wilbourn ; frogjijj, a Courtier i^fXabra^u/^ altefi^r^rils GlQYii,^Si;'nor Paiiio; Crabboss'ioi, Pi;ime .IkiiiuMer (with aJSonj;), ,Wr. Slarpier; Mobert, afterwards tiarlrgnin, Mr. W'. i(i.rj>y. FrotteilavFairy flf ihip-"North jilar, Miss "Ei Scott'; Labra. line. Princess  .IJKICNO aih!-SCNEVO- 1. liRNTSOGfETY, instilHt.-d-Angn8tl�88, forriait-im- and relieving the Sick and dfelress^Pbpr 'at their own Helled 1u.r eV\(! (heir celi'i'f to Hpwards'6f MO case*.'-The''Cirniiiiittefe^oat'itratefnlty spknuwiedge 'the receipt of'fhe followiitg';^1�Aiuoa and ^u^Cripliods:- " Cj the.Bev. -PriBu^d, M>A. Pfeadept. MS. - 1 fi Friend . 1 A'Ffieiid - . 5 .lVm.Wi|bcrC�rcf^E�q. Ml'. S G. A. F. Z. - 10 W. Le BJaoc, Esq. 5 I'honiAS WiUon, Esq. 1 AVm. Wilson, Eiq. 1 >V, Gluiqies, Esq. 1 e.K ,?.iSly,>.|. 5 Itlr. N". p; Nicliolls       1 �Hy-ftirl Seaward. Charilas . 20   0 Mr.-�m. Hall, by the hanrifvf Mr.Rolfelf. 173.6d. M u} niuus JMr. P.itlett     -     , a ;\1.i�ss!(i.-v�:ow       a JVlr. J. P. Ro;ston   a Sundry dqnajtio)Da,. by diiiu '   -       'lf,38.6d. Mr. S., hy ditto    a   J03,6d. .Mr. Mrarns, by ditto .       a   IOsBJ. �v.S;     NewcaoUe   20 ' 0 v. s P., ojito,. ?y liunalipli .      &0   0 I'.v .Messi's. Bro'jine, LAng- ligrn. and Co. i: J Y. -        13s. 9d. � H. - 1   0 Mr�.. u. 1)..;. Mrs. Ri'.^�r ,\   I.H.I) 1^1 dm.I Sevan, Esq. !). W.L'sMite y 11 rally, for L. L. Fuha|ni,JIJo,g^e ^^nopj^njyus .Mrs, J,P. .iw"'; ji-     -    � Three Cbildj;�n Mr. Ppjjson ,D. W'''�2d Mite. Lady t. (Jiyfl R.N. EiW. By-Messrs. Huare, Rt. Hoh.'N.yau�itlait, f 1 2 .0 10 1 a 20 10 0 ,2 M.P. Miss VaasiUsrt E. C. G.C. M.A.C. Hon. -Mra. Windsor . W. Greenirood, Esq. G. E..Baogley^Esq. Messrs. Clarke . and Barlow J. H.S. Mrs..Reade FrReade, Esq. John'P|iillips,.^q. P. Gr,ipt,,;^;q*. ' Anopyipnus Lady Calthorpe AiioiiymQua R. GraiiigTy Esq. I^L. L. a juurueyq^ao t^llpw-chan'dler Josepb Gurry, Esq. Mrs. Price Mr. C. T. B. Ur. C.Deare .21  O .10 10 5   0 2 10 !t 6 1 .a 5 2 3 3 5 2 I 5 5 1 2 5 52 10 ."i 0 1   1 .Sv,l>.tription.and donatipoa wWI hn thapkCully i-eceived Drunuao'nd, Chiiriibg.crt..t} Mcssra. BrowAe, Ungh*T. ""^ ^iiii, i^O, Ptccadilljr, . CDdeKIhe Phlronage of his Royal Hieyiesa . fo^lttt^BGPOfeti of^A-x^'qlMifc'; � iJL �u*'Poi,ttrirrttw,''8atard*yi will be ]>tesepiea>, �Iie; faihb-Jl�|U'Ji�ri.Mt-h�dniani �all�d  'i;y,E QB VIAE LAKE. Fil^(i^,,Mr,.,li. fewhle,; ftodp^ick: Elbu, M 'ei>ncl6de'*�ifh-a Hevl' firand eiassical Melo.drania, called iM^WAtl! ;\ivj|j CURfATil, npiiicipat ^httewH-rs-^Messrs Cartlilch, ?5oitiiil(-d liii, and embracing all the' �Saleriak^dihtaniatir. Teuvs in Ihe Wly popular Norel uf Ir.anho*,ofibeJ-�-(' Vo^h The .Prguriefiifrii hiiy. fhr. pjeasitreof �i>pot ei}lre foe Si? NfgKis, and will ^opr ir mi Mniid'ay next jo a new plentlid Mela.dr�ma,~l�b?>allr f�t F4y-'. to oomnuuice at Half-past Six,-Secoii.d Prt^e a) H�Jf.  v, i L'HISIOiRE tie la VfEPRIVEE, du RETuUR, ei da RE(3NE de NAPOLEON en 1816 Par uM.,FLEURV DE CHABOULON, Ei>( ,S^crMA>rf      I'TF-mpfreMr NapiileiMi el de apn. Ca;bi�>�t, Mailre 4ef .Rcqiif^e|i, au QujHeil'f ^jt, Bftrpu, .O^fiTjr de la Liigioii (I'Honni'Ur, 'phi-vafier lie TOrdre de la B>. union. 'VriiWed-for vlidiD' Murray, AHiemarle-sfreet. A TSt**t8*.AT10N of tMa WOKK, 2 vols. 8ro. will y>IV�r in #.fBK d.�W. This 4ay -�te puhli�)if4.,''). ? !a'g< oqlavo-vylun^e, confaiD^lng ' nearly VlJtJ^BIgeB. with an accurSie Plan of Si. Pelef"*. field, i^iCeWs. ili *oards, irwiHE .W� E$T at OLDHAV, kr. on ^�!l^l^py^f.JQHN LEGS, who di�d of sabre wounds re�ei^e ; th'e'li^al'Argumehtir.bpfore the Coroner; his various Drcinsna;iUie�4iplicalion to ih^ Qiurt of-KIng's Benclrfor ^;tlimit4mm*ti�'h�^ tpptoceed; the^ffidaviiB Ihereua ; aud f^)i(>fln,flf;^wJfml  0 George (ilacksley 3   0 H.ttoiir He'll ley 5   <) J. H C          . 10 Sparks and Son 10 }0 Jiim-s'Barring ' 5 '0 John Hayo      . 10 Urs-Hm'e       - 3  0 J. S.            - 4   3 R. S.           - 2   2 w. H,       - a 0 H. Liymain       - 3  5 A Frifiid          - 11 Miss Biee         . 11 Inhah^janls     W^Q. n 2   2, Robert Metcalfe 11 Wiliiaro BeU aud Co. 5  � J, M,             - 1   (I. W, H. Lord        - 1   1.4 Tboittss A sbness ^1 Rev, H, J, Bjire ft  0 R. H, R,        - 11 B.S.OUver      - 2  0 Geo, Harris         - 11 From a few Friends who  meet at Mr, Warner's, Cheshire Cheese, Surrey-street C   6 Stephen Griffin      - 5   0 Hon. Anne S, Damer 10   0 M. Hooper        . 5   0 Jas. Hall . 3 3 The Mercers'Company 62 10 *   0 .1 I tl iViMidhnni P. Gotdubuuii rd Ellenborough 10 Earl Of Ailesbury 10 Countess of Ailesbury 5 Rl..Hun.T. Wallace 10 Abel Muyser, jun. 3 Hon. Marm. DanSnay 2 Rev. R..RabartB 3 Mr. Owen 1 Hon.Mrs. Windsor 3 Visconntess.Cremorne 5 'H.D. Vincent      - 2 ColbuelW; Nicholl 2 Mrs. Ridge       - 2 W. Roberts      - 1 Lady Clayton        - 2 At Everett's.-Righl Hon. Sir Wm. Orant - 6 6 K. Pollen            -90 AtSike:.'. Bishop of Lincoln 10  0 C. Hodgsoii '   - 3   3 Mrs'.C. Ifbdgson      . 2   s J. Gaillemard      - 6   0 At Alarryat's. R. T.    ,     - . 10 At Ladbroke's. Clark isnd Collins 3 D.aodD.        - 2 Willcox and Catreno 3 R.M.aniG.R. 2 At Uovd'a Coffee House, i.M. - J. Stapler G. H'. Blackbarn A.TulloU R W. and G. Wynne W,Mnrdoch T.Prestdn Miss Preston J.C. O, Robinson Beckford and Raoken ;3 .A T.Wali rtr;toVsL.. _ ^^.....' � '       * V... : At Clyn's. Rev. J. W, Bellamy JBoiHlliall and Haf&t W.^a8& Oarra'lt, J. HTkJWkirjWe S 5  O At.CurtiaV ; 'Ar Stevenson & SallV I,  I Jplio Tuelun "KirleA    - >. At-Chatleris'. DuzatMid eo; Thomas Francia At Rogers*. Coape aiMt J^DIfiie: & I R. Galley ALbeeW W 10 1   I Rudiiig tt Sons ft 't�V B4i!h�t|3i�V- , lO 5 R. Whitfi^M C^e^eial, DattJMiifiurr W. Pent �   At rerfc's. |,l>Irs. Willia.     .-Rev. Di. Hamilton 'Atm�K's. EG. W. Ellis and Cu^ ^Ufian and Bepttfry At fVTasterman's. Parker, YebwifrlS, and Co. . 10 10 At Hpare's. , ... u..,. ....w �    W.W,J. -        2  erWJnt�ifi1n"Ki.aichhull It) 10 On next Sunday evening, Januai^fS, a'Cnit'^ciiun will'be made in ihe Cbu.tc|< of St, Laurewre 4ei!^y, GuUdWIi fn aid �f the funds of this Society, after, a Sermon lu be preached by ihe Rev'^ lyr.Rudgr. ' '- '      ' ' SubsrrlpiioDS will be received by Sir J. W. Lubburk, Bart. T|;|-(i8urpr, M%usiaii.hunse.#treet; at the several.ftanking-h<forcements he had three times engageil Bnlivar, and obliged him to retreat towards Saitta Ee, to lyhich'La Torre was advancing; with a strong division, having Cucuta agaiii in ht� possession. OCTOBER Iq coDtequence of the detention of the Swift, I entbrace this moment of infonoing yoiij that last night an officer arrived from i^orapox, who confirms the intelligence previously receitreiJ of jiolivar's haviiig been three Veveral tiihir* beaileri, and that he had retired towards Santa Fi.   ' > Copy of a letter from Porto-Bello, dated the gill instant:- the English prisoners .(meaning those deserted by that w.orthless vagabond JVl.'Gre-gor) or rather Eiigluh s^ayes as he made tliein, are in a must pitiable stiite, hbtViing eaii 1)^'t^fse; llie'y work from sunrise to sonset; and,'I atn sorry to say, there has been a gceat change; for the Worse tn the mHHner of treating them ; their food conkistt of a bullock's head, boiled with � little salt and water, and this ^s the whole they liaVe to subsist on,  'exist-; iti-^ deed' they are dying at the rate of'nearly twoa day., Out of the original iiuitiber of tiiefe uufortuiiate people, only fiity>fiveiiow remain aiive, aiidoiie-i 1 half of tKeihaTein the bospiiaf    '' The unprecedented �ti�feortratle at this m�ment,; in.every quarter of thie:w.�jtld,-<;iigttge8.�'�iBry large| share of public attention ; the ppii^i)re,is niJiveraal,' ' niid yet there is no certain cauipaiiaigned for it ;j. ; there are, ' iidwevet-,  rhaiiy  spectilative. opinipnaj u)ieu iti but'h'itberio at! iratiohs r^sji^hing the dis^ . ordered' situation' of er1d reatj merely upon conjecture;. .JEn-ithis island!'we bave : long cuii^ider^d'tliia tjit; st^qatiioii teas occasioned by the. uperHtiiins of the; corsairs, which'at pre- r irn\ iiifiest t'.iesb *eHs,' iindier the pretext of acting ' Ml Ijiciialf ofi t^ie'liiiur^ttbn^tfii^^Sjitibhb A^efi� i|^��ittM^,t� �^4|iiMti�(�ltil nwWdtA^nsf e�ai�e(ce'iiman^t ut.  It ha been at^fa^f^.^tdfrnr^ AfiijU^r^ifnenl and ruin ^ b�l js her Ci>IoDitiH;>-4;B prioft itt� v^ifWieiktm - K    "''qwrelnio^^ijlie �)4ci*,-ctijin�rtFd,'wiilti�|& ! hai/e n.* been pi�vi��liiy''fti(i'^ (or,  er c^iit,    As  Panama can only be JoofceA. I upiiii.   III liiv mum: way as  |Jy)i..ciijf' Ys, as air eiilri^it, Ilie )tuircli���ir re>4itpi the foods tir other pdriii oil Ibr-'SoiiYii American toast; lilts subject* |! them 111 a dnij of two pei^ cent/, audi rf 'hey are-Sent to Lima, ail iMl 'o^li'*r ; tile duty Ml thai (loarler is 33^ per cent.   Hence tt' is elear ihat^giiotls slcilt to Per 1^ Or Alexifo, without : tiiknif;. til account freibfits; irisilhaiie(>i transit by I hiod^.&c. pay in duties alone 8Q percent, in' oiie , d^fectf�>i(, and 7.1^ per cent. in. the other; bat as ! tfiejgoiiils are v.ilued by a'tar'^',f^r above th^r value, Wii'ii all costs and cliarges on their transit to L^(iiii'ol''-Sa(i Bias the obstacles thnsoffered to the tirade itiiiBi be s^If-eVident: but this is'not alH for t|ie r�tui-iia are subject.tn-heavy duty.   Specie Of bwUioii beiiig the only artitdes ivhich can be briiaght, frifm Punania, from the difficulty and expe.iisie':Of cnnyeviiig more bulky articles across the is.thiBjBl, anrf'if' 'tHal spe'c-ie be brought from''Lniia to PiiirB-mui ]t pa^s a-duty of nihe per cerrt. oii export, and oiit* perceiiii. on kaport  or, if the money be ship-^Kf ul S^n Bias, it then pays a duly r4 6 per ceut.,^ and. at   Puiinma | per cent., exclusive uf freight, i'liVbriiiice,'Sec. 'subject iu every case toi an tmpiosi-llolt cif 12 per cent. cr|i its bx-iibrlitioii to Jafiialrti. it iihurdly possible to show niore glaring errors in the political economy of any nation, and of I he'bar >^hic.h such iinpoli(;y interposes la the fair trader, and the immense loss to the .Spanisli revenue, by tfius ofl'eriiig siich uu enormous 'premium to the smuggler. "The whole' of the coast from Porto-Cabello to Vera Crus'is open to British tradt;; that is to Mfi frojiv > f this city.-^Kingston Chronicle.J fOKEWN INTELUVEyCE. DUTCH MAIL. TRIESTE, DECEMBER 13, Ali Pacha, of Joanniiia, continues.to upfiresi rhe people. Many persons of distinction h��e witH. rfratvti from his despotism, and repaired to Cotfu. This'Pacha has reduced under his power a great part of Macedonia aiirl almost a\\ Thcsrsaly, and his labottt two millions of subjects ; he is indeed so far subject to the Porte, that he sends a cnnsidKrthl.'e annual tribute to Constapttiiople, and receives a flrnlian from the Sultan. He governs very despotically, makes peace and war at his pleasure, &C. 'At "his Couirt there are resident i\ri)iis'iers from Frniice, England, Biid Russia. But it seems that his. ty-raniiical acts have attracted the atteuiiun of >>t'>er Powers, as in the relatLons betwegn him and Eug- 'Und, arid a great cooliieas has taken place. ' Th�rs is a report of an insurrection in Busn'ki against hiiU, but-nothing certain has tianspired. BERf.IM, J,*!il)Anv 8. liT our newspapers are the folluwibg Ro^al Or* dinaiice :- " The falsehoods, the indecorous sljlf, iV hateful ten. dency which ihe articles res|w�tia|; ihe Royal   Prussian �State, its Government, and its measures, are filled iu several . fitreign iournals,nb|iger �� .*'� .Wintrodiieaflci^d; notwilhalaodintj lh;s prubibitioA, the peijwo'ivhoordmdilheak aha'lf,Wdisd�iwry,.|rayi'>>6n�^ ,10 dollars for ererj:,fisi;l>. paper,..M4't^ .pwwswf-�Mi�W|?y i'o" (lay; shall be intprTsbded fMa:SMKp�pft!� tJi|o,inA TrosiTsii Slates sball tie puaisbed. b; confiscatiooor. ��� -pip�i*. B<''i^ fW'T^M' office, ^aldf contrary \o. vi,ffi?tnt)lfMl*rm^' o
                            

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