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British Press (Newspaper) - January 22, 1820, London, Middlesex 7 NtjMBER 5344. LONDON, SATURDAY, JANUARY 22 1820 Privb 7d. S^tNG'S THeATKB, THLS KVEJVING. SATUftDAy. Jan. 22. wiW Jbe^rtpBaled, for llie third liiM-j Bomioi's po- LA^ENERENTOtA. BscTVlbe'fini Act, a ncir DiverttarmeDt, Alter l)ie Opera, Die fiwonrite Ballet uf TELEMAQUE. . A Dew Opera, fnfltled Gastone e Ilajardn, (be poeirjr en-tit�ly by M. Strphand Testr'u, the inu�)cl>y Signor-Uverati, U in attire preparation Tor tlie debut uf Signor Bianclti, i^id . will be bruugbt forward a� soon as possible. THBATRE-RDY^L, DRUHY-l^ANE. THIS jEyEtVlNG�:SATUUDAY. J�i>. 92. hSi MfljestyH SerMQts will perfonn �l�e Maaical Crania u( GOV MANNERING. Colonel Wanner'nii-'*ir. Penleyi Henry Berlraro, Mr. Bmliani, ill wliich Chancier he will inlrddnce'^ Nnw Hope, now Fear," wJWt StJw Povey-ta new Ballad, The Ust IVorils of .Miirniioii-and " ScoU wha liae wi' Wallace bled !" I>onjiaie Sampran, -Mr. RuiselT; Dandie Dinoioiit, Mr. j Culler; Diik Halteraicic, Mr. Viiiing; Gilbert Glossin, Mr. G�Uie. Lircy Bertram, Miaa Carew ; Flora, Mni.Orgcr; Meg Merriliea, Mi-is. Esterton; JnHa Maanering, M!�9 Pu. �>'ev,tn wbirh she will introduce �^My Henry ii gone !" and Sweel Roluii." Aflei- which, 24lh time, an entirely new Comic Pantomime, called JACK AND THE BEANSTALK: Or, HARLEQUIN AND THE OGRE. The Ojre, Mr.H�d�>uii-, Jack, Sfiaa Povey, afterwardi Bar-kquiii, Mr Boloenn ; Paiitaloon, Mr. Harlland.; Clown, Mr. Suiilliby. Jack's Mother, Mia. Pearce; Jnn'etla (afterwarda Ctilvimliiiie), iVlisa Tree ; Arpa, Good Genius of the Harp, MJM Edwards; Nigra,Ogrt'a WifeMid Ewll Genius, Mr.ftje-redilh. Oil ^^ol>day next, Cori'ilanna : Caini Marctus, Mr. Keaa, his first appearance in that rhjiraclCT. TflEATttR-ROYAt, COVRST-GAHDRJi. THIS EVENING. SATUKDAV, Jan. 22, will be aoled the Tragedy of iSAfJEUL*. Cuiiiil Baldwin, Mr. Chapman; Biron, Mr. Macready; Oirliw. Mr. C. Keinbic ; Villeroy, Mr. Egerlon. Isabella, Mrs. l)e Jersey Bi:aumoiit (foriaerly of the Theatre Royal, Glasgow, and lately from the Philadelphia Theatre). After which, 24lb time, a new Grautl Uumantic and Comic Puntumimie, called HARLEQUIN AND DON QUIXOTE; Or, SANCHO PAJXZA IN HIS GLORY. Quixada (afterwards Don Quixote), Mr. Norman; his Niece (afterwards Coiumhine], Miss Scoil; Sancho Panza (afterwards Clown), Mr. Grimaldi; Nicholas (the Bar-ber\ Mr. Nonis; Sampson Carasco (afterwards Harlequin), Mr. Elhir. The new Pantomime of Harlequin ;and Don Quixole will be repeated every eveiiiug,~Tjie8day next excepted. On Monday, Shaksprare's Comedy of. Errors. On Tuesday will be produced (fiist time), a new Musical D-itoa, called The Aniiqii.iry-with A Roland fcr an Oliver. The Profits of 11ii� uigbt will he presented to the lau- U- dinrity now carrying on tu the Citj. J THEATRE.ROYAL, DRUBV-LANE. "jWJTISS BYRNE has the honour to uniiouiice to iTfl. lhe^obilily,Gentrr,'^itlhePtibiiie'intreneral, that HER BENEFIT is fixed for THURSDAY, January 27, 1820, when will lie performed the Opera of THE SIEGE OP BELGRADE. Tlie Serukier, Mr. Brabam. Lilla, Miaa Byrne; Kalbe- tine. Miss Carcw. In ilie couis�" of the evening the following .Songs will be s.Mii; by Mr. Brabain-"The Rua<: and the Lily," romposed by M:iillni; the celebrated Air of" My Heart with Love \� l�-aiiiig;" the Serenade of" Lilla, come down to me," Miuposed by Mr. T.Cooke; the Duel (with Miss Carew), if" I'ligbted Faith 0' the Song of � The Trumpet's hold Aljrni�;" and the Duet (with Mr. T. Cooke)" Shall the Muuutnin look down to the Valley or Plain." lu the firat Act of the Opera, Mr. Braham and Miss Byrne o'ij! siii^ the Duel, " When my Bosom heaves the Sigh." Aiul between the second and third Acts, the favourite Duet ul' " Vive Ic Roi!" composed by Mr. Braham. Bliss Ryrue will, in the course of the Evening, introduce ll.r fiilli.wing Songs:-" Whilst with Village Maids 1 stray" (liv parlicolsr desire)-" Adieu! thou dreary I'tle"-and the olil Irish Airs of " Gramacbree Molly" ami " SavourHeen LkrlUli." To coudutle with the popular Afterpiece of THE HIGHLAND REEL. shelly, Mr. Mundeii; Sandy, Mr. Pearman. Maggy M-I^ilpin, Miss Kelly; Jenny, Miss Byrur. Tirkets to be had of Miss Byrne, �, Tavistock-row, Ciivent xarden; of Mr. Sams, St. James'g.strrct; and of Mr. IloilweU,Bl the Theatre,- where places in Iho Buxca may Iw taken._ .SURREY THEATRE. ^HIS EVENING, SATURDAY, Jan. 22, will be presented, a farourile dance composed by Mr. Ridgway, called SANDY, JANET, AND LITTLE BEN. Aftrr which, preceded by an Address, to be spoken by Miss Oi!pela�d, will be presented for the third lime, an entirely nrH'sjilrndid Historical Melu-dramatic Burletta, iu three ucf4, called IVANHOE; OR, THE JEW'S DAUGHTER. With a new grand Military Overture, John (Prince of England), Mr. Clifford; Pilgrim, Mr. Wjiikms; Lucas de Beaumeuoir, Mr. Fawcelt; Prior j4)'ia^^lr. Adcock; Crdric, Mr. Grant; Unknown Knight, ^fr^^^Bway; Robert Earl of Huntingdon, Mr. Payne, IrillPRck, Mr. W. S. Chatlerley, and Midge, the Miller l.iuilnvs), Mr. Leonard; Isaac of York, Mr. Huntley. Lady Mrs. W. S. Chatterley; Bebicca, Miss Taylor; 11, ; r ilif City Iiislilutiun in behalf of the Houseless Poor. ROYAt^ eOBURG THEATPJ^ ... . tiajer the Palroitage of bis RuyaliiiKlinera Prince LEOPOLD of SAXE COBOftcL r ?'HIS EVEN tNG. SA'FUROAY,-ili�n.' "S, k will be preseuted,^ the bigbl)' |iopat
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THE Nihility �(iW (.iruVy �>� reiit)Pctftiffv in-Carmed, that a new EDITl6iV �f DEBRBTT'S PEERAGEof the UNITED KINGDOMi,correj:ted: to the present liuu^, will he piildiahed early in February. A New Edition.. correcte�l, of.THE BARONETAGE of E.VG lanD, in two wlumes, price in boards I/. Ss. has lieeu Utely published. Tina day are publisbeil, 2 lo�a..:Pvo. 24s. MEMOrRES t.o�r9,.rvirAlJKl^ IQiKE r!e la VIC PRfVEE, da RETOUUf et d� REGNE de NAPOLEON en 1815 Par m. FLEURY DECHABO^tON, Ex s^rielaire de rEmperenr Napoleon efidc son Cabinet, Maiire dc^ Reqnttea, an Conseil d'Elat, Baron, Offieier de la Legion d'Hooueur, Chev.->lier �le I'Ordre de la Re-union. Prioletl for John Mnrray, AIhemarle-strcet'. A TRANSLATION of this WORK, 6 vols. 8vo. will appear iu a few days. PETRARCH AND LAURA. This dav is published, prire G.s elegantly half-bound, PE i'RARCH .11.1 LAURA ; fr..,i, the French of MADAME de GENUS. 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