Questions? Call (888) 845-2887 Hablamos Español

Share Page

Get 1 more page view just for clicking

to like us on Facebook


   British Press (Newspaper) - January 24, 1820, London, Middlesex                                "7 NuMBFii 5345. LONDON,  MO^ DAT.^ANUAKY 24, 1820 Prick 7c1. 37, Curntiill; 38, Hnymarkef", 11, Hi.lborn ; 111, OxfurJ-street, Lohilon; TJ'here Tickela nml Shares ore on Sale in great Taridy. 8TAYS-KEiMOVAL.--HOIJINSON .m.l VISTIRIN (rrmfM'Pil from Cri-al Kusspll-slrecl, HloomshiH'v, tr� No. 7, ^'(trk-strcr*, Coveiil-ijardeM) Rulirnit f(ir Ijiriifs' iiis|�'clii.ii iiiini^roiis Pallpriin in COIiSIi IS, sciniiifically ailHptiil to lti� variations of sliapc, wliicli tluy nipaje to tit nut only ivell, hnt in a ulyl'^ i>f suprrior ele-paiire and ftsliitiii. .Sl.iy!i and Brnrf� ,�uiI.tI>Ic f.ir Cliililren. Tijtir. Ela�l'c ['"rriwli l>i Its rednce cni-pulency in a slnirt [inioil, eive comlorialile BuppnrI after arconclirnieni, arc-ifHrnriouB in iimlnlical rasi>�, mnl far sn-crmr In loiijrSlaya for afiilutninal ire�I;rrss  rti('y HiiH imprnre the fisnrf, privpni nnd cure (�nri':itiwT5 in the tpiiie, rtlieve weaknris in the liurk, and fm- the riimfort and B"p)iort of persons awry, liy whid) they make I-ailies appear p-rl'eclly straiijiil, at any ajc, and howrver defective in (i.'iirr, tvilliont icein; ajiy pernicious sieeJ, pu:'ding, pres-siiie, friction,or tnncUinery. Country Ladies instrnclcd, Iiy Icller, to transmit mea-snrea. ^ Re very parllrulnr in[llie names and nnnibiTuf the bouse- N�. 7, York-sJrret, Ci)\ r I'fCKKU.VKRS, R TKiNSON'S-'VRGE I'A I5LE DYE clin.-jjps t-(irey or Ufd Hair to a pernvtnenl Brown or Hlaek, ttfi'l Mliicfi wafiliiui; renders tnnic dnr^tde. I'he Froprielttr li 'P'� litis Dye is Iijn generally known lo require en!oK>uin, Iir merely vritiies tir c:iultoii the I'uhlic n^fainst varions iiii'lHliulis. The genuine hss always the I'ropriclors sij-M 'ure. ' ATKINSON'S riT.I.IXG Fl.L'l D kIvct a heauliful bIoh I' llie Hair, and keepu it in ruil durinj exercise in dancing walking, or in dnnop weaihi r. It is also a mo�t sor-(i'uin; resjeucrator of the H:iir ; for its peculiar virtues in lliis rifpert, see numerftns casi s of Geiillemeii who have nicivcred their bair iifler lu-iiie bald for yeirs, in an Essay ui. the ii4iiir�(if tlair, eitatious from -Pope's admirable traD>laiion, and adorueil il with a few parallel passages from the Roman pwts, and from one illiivirions roun-trvman,lk|itl(ui.-ficv flTAtithh/ Mnfiazine, Hcli'iher 1819. Printed by A. J. V.ilpy-, ami sold by G. and �V. B. \Vlil�-laker; Ivimifman an4 Co.; Baldwin and to.; Lackin<;ion and Co.f F. C. and J. Riviusrtun, Loudon ; Macredie and Co. Edii.biirgh ; Cuniiiiiiig anil Co- Dublin; and all other Buoksellera. Of lliesame may be Iiad, bound, s. d.' CjlTBSCRIPTION TO AFFORD TEMPO 3 RARY RELIEF to til* DEStlTOTU. ana i!V*CHT-LY SHF-LTER to the HUUSCt^, during the I'RE-SENT'liircLEMENT SEAStlM The Right-Huiv. the LORD^IAYOR President. At..i .Meetioj of the Commiltee of Mana�enicnl, the fol-louin; Sobscii'plioiis wete reported :- Uornre, wilh   Enelish Notes lo the Odes b 6 Morare. no Noles 3   fi A neut Edilion of Vir- fil, ISino. 3cl Edit.   4   0 Thesiime, willi Ensli-h Noles, from Delpliin, &c. 110 itifn-Jtretitlio 7   G The sime, w ith Heyne's Text,   ami    Delphiii Nol's.nn j'n/erprefn/io 10 0 Ca'sai's Coininentani s, Oheiliu'rt Texi.iaaiiy phles, no infcijire- tulio..............IP 6 Grttdus. without Verses or IMirastS........7   6 Ilomev's Iliad, from liie Text of Heyne...... Elewanti^ Liilina;.,.. Greek (Jrammar...... -.-Deleclus...... L^tin Giaiiimar...... --Delectus...... Anipliitryo, Auhilaria, CaptivfB,andRudenB, of Plauios, with En(j. lish Notes........... 4 Latin Vocabulary.....2 F'irst Exercises........ 1 Latin DiaIoc:ties...... 2 It-incipia OfBciorum, Historiap ei Geogra. 3 4* Please to ask for Valpy'a Editions of the above Works. LATIN AND GREEK INTRODUCTORY SCHOOL BOOKS, Piib'.ished by G. and W. H. WHITTAKER, 13, Ave .Maria-lane. LATIN. 1.^ ATIN EXERCISES: or, Exempla   Pro-pria : btint; -Englisb  Sentences   traiKlated  from the best Roman Writers, and adapted  to  Hie  Rules in ISynlax : 10 be ai;aiu tran^jateit-into the Latin Lautfiia^e. By the Rev. GEORGE WHITTAKER, A M. Lale -Master of the Grammnr School in .SonliiHmpton. Si'veiitli Edition, I'^mo- pi ice .38, bound. A KEY to the above, price 2s. sewed. -2. WHITTAKERS LATIN  GRA.MMAR, Third Edition, price 2s. fid. hound. 3. WHITTAKER'S PH/EDRI ET .ESOPI FABUL.r, Fourth Edition, price 2s. Iionn e�l ink, to curicspuiid with tfir Kegeiil'a Classics; talcen jTioin the TexH of I.eusileu and Grieshach. ISum. (is. ho^ids. A compute SCHOOL CATALOGLE, fur  18J0, may be had gratis. s. d. Cirrro de Amicilia et lie Senectnle, with ICritesli's Noles, &c. by Barker. 3d Edit. 4   6 Poetical Chionolopry of Ancient and Euglish History............ 2   0 Mythotoijy, 4111 Edition 2   0 Cicero de Ofiirii.s, wiih Jilii^Iisli Notes......6   0 Epislolie, M. T, Cice-roiiis, 3d  Eililioii,. 0   0 TheGcrinniiyaod Auricula of Tacitus, from Brnlier, wilh all his Noles, &c. by the same, 2d  Edition.. 5   6 C. Nepos, wilh Ens;l^^b Noles and Quesliuiis. By Bradley........ 3   6 Eotropins, i,ilh dillo, by ditto, 2d Edition   2   fi Latin Prosody, by do.   4   0 Greek Test-meiit, 3 vols 8vo By Rev, E. Valpy   .........2;. 12   6 Large Paper......47.   0   0 Greek Septiiasinl, wiih the Aporrypba, 1 vol. 8vo, boards......^^ 8   0 Epitome Sacra; Historic, with Eaglisli Notes............. 2   0 5   ft J5 ti n 9 Ainnuut advertised .. *   t. Amicus, a Ledbory 0 10 VVni, Hnthes - 11 John Letts      - ."i G, H. . 1 S. A. V. C, -       1 C.and K. Frisby h Mis.l'nnuu        - 10 E. R. Tnuno     - 10 Jjmes Corbell, Suns, and Hallain   R. G, Ru,rtl, Esq MP. Duchess of Clnrrnce B. E, English        1    I IV. N.     .        .     30 J,.M,     . . 10   0 Mrs J,mes HBt,seII I 0 J.T, B, P- -.10 Charles Gardiner 1   1 Or, A. Wilkinson 5   0 Cird  money   left at Gower slre*-t 0 A few Radicals        13s. Od. Adelplji 'Iheairr, per Messrs. Rodwell and Jones,    who   paid every expenseIhem- selvea - 101/. Ts. 6d. W. IJaroard - - 1 1 J.Habjjo.id . - 1 0 Jeniicr, Bush, and Jcn- iit - 10 10 At  Box-dour Dniry- line - 2 P P, . 1 C, II. . 1 A L. . 1 R. Ilcwiit . I G.N.Neyle - 5 hi. H. . 2 T, I'owell - 1 Vim. Sawyer - 1 t;. Roilwell - 1 I!. Doiighly - 2 E.Mnxey          - 1 D, Oitley - 1 Popham Luscombe 1 (i,J,Kiii5         - 2 Bonrdillou and Hewitt 5 IMr. G Jourdan 1 IVtr. L'iu;jda!o - 1 Mr. Itugules - 1 A. A. - 1 Mrs. Haudley - 1 !Mr. Wilkes -       1 Homo - 1. W. Rust - 1 The British Press and Globe Newspapers 10 .Mr, Ajuew        - 1 W. B. B. - ,1 A Genllntmi 2 A Card Club, by !llr. Hicks - 2 A. D., by Mr. Kent . 2 E, r, - 1 J. R, 25. 6d. .Mrs.Wjtt.per J. Whit- more,jiiii. 10   0 John Whit more, jnn. 2 6 Messrs. \^'rench   and Sons four Sacks of Pens A Cleik, nine Pair of Bouts Mr. S. Williams, bnker, 30 Quartern Loaves Mesaia. J. and D. Kiiy, 50 qudits of .Soup tach day, from the 13(ll instant Ai Sir J. \V. Lubbock's. �9,876 11,. At Pole, Thorhlnn, and Co.'s Rev.T. P, While 2   2 Mr�. Vivian - 2 2 Mr�. K. Smith. Leyton 1   2 A* Groles's. John Rcw            . 5   5 aU'. - II Bonnett, Hampshire, and Co.          . 5   5 IViertBiia 5   5 T;^|C��tevf� I   0 ,.e��G^�ad AV^Ionshby S   f> j-t - At Uorii�B'*r Rev R, iMoorc ' 2   2 CJobosnn          - 2   2 At Currie'a. John Mann and Son 1   0 John Perry         - &   5 P. Perry         - 5   5 E.Church          - 1   1 At Fuller's. Miss Anne Walton 2   2 � Al Bernard's. Dolby and Toppin 5 0 J. Brickwond, Croydon 5   0 At Williami-'a. Prior, Tnriier, & Co. 5   5 J. P. Rowe          - 11 Dunn, Austin, & .Co.' 5   5 At Bond's. J. Hcrbrrt          - 11 At Glyu's. Harvey aud Craiber 2 Andrew Arcedeckue 5 !\Irs. Aicedeckne 5 Al Hoare and Barnctl's. William Smith, jnu. 5 John Wells       - 10 AI Barclay's. D. Spabltufr         . 1 A. Lawrence - 1 Thomas ittowers 2 H.Guruey, Esq. M.P. 10 At Hankey.'s. H. M. At Maslfrman's. K K. .        .22 C. Sianbrough � 1 I R. Farran . 11 Jeremiah Evan* 1   1 At Rogers'. Mrs. Motie -       2   2 G. .md T. Filcbe 2   2 Dowager  Conntiss IVIanvera L. L Mackintosh B. Uickarda At Chatteris's. Roberta, Field, &Co. At SaiiaoUi's. A Widow's Mile 1   0 i.JHioma�-Bii�ba.rt        .28 Al Esitaile's. John Vidler -       5   S J G. Bn.ch -      1   1 Reed aud Raggett 10 0 W. Netlleship      -      5   0 At Martin's. Charles Thomaa 1   1 At Curtis'". J. W. Hart.borne and Co. - 2   2 M'Callum and Co. 5 5 J. Comerfotd 1   1 W. SI. Fox -       10 T. D. - 2   0 Al Stephensou'n. Gen. Sir John Byng      5   5 At Bosauquel's. Samuel Dendy 1   1 At Willis's. Jaa. Wood, Sluckwell    5   5 Hon. George Agar El- 1   I 10 10 5 S 2   2 3   3 J. ILiivey	0	2	lis, M.P.	5	5 H.JI.W.	2	0	AI Vere's.		 Chailes D.�wson	2	2	Lilaer, Phipps,anil Co	3	3 Rev. J, H, Norman	2	2	F. LeGrix	1	1 K, F, G.	5	0	J . aud C. White	1	1 J.Welhaiik	1	1	Thomaa Stevens.	1	0 J. G. Le .Maistre	1	0	G. C. Hicks	1	0 The   Girls   of   the			Al Smith'ii.		 Princess Charlotte's		-	Tiiomas Martin	5	0 Charity School	0	7	Daniels, Payne, & Co.	10	10 Mrs. Adair	2	0	The Phcenix   Fire	Office	 Anonymous	1	1	has insured the Premises gra-		 Mrs. ijalard	5	0	tuilously.		 .Mrs. B.	0	0	The Gas Light Company		 !Vtajor-Gcn. Reynell		0	has lighted the premises gra-		 II P.	1	0	tuitously.		 ('. R.	2	tl	Al Birch's.		 Jrtima Lewis	5	5	W.Y'app	1	1 .Mi.s F. 0.	2	2	II. L and F.	4	0 N. N.	1	0	H. Seymour	2	2 At Brookes'a.			J. Wilton	5	0 A Lady	3	3	C. M.Cla.ke	a	5 J, Murray	5	5	J. Brawn	5	0 Mr. Sc.j.aiit Blosselt	10	10	Z.	2	0 At Druiiimond's			T^ Baker	I	1 J. .M.	' 1	1	J. ^Vale	2	2 A. B.	5	1)	Admiral Spranger	3	0 �Miss Head	I	0	C. C. (i.	5	0 .Miss E. B. Hamilton	2	1)	W.W.	1	0 James Walts	3	3	J.Giooine	1	1 E. S. L.	I	1	E. A.	1	1 .MissJ.L.	1	1	Al Marten, Call, and Co		 Admiril W. T. Lake	2	0	George Dawson	2	2 ^Vln. E'l. F.uiqiiier	2	0	Samuel Flelelier	2	*2 .Sir.lotiii Freilerick	5	0	.At Heriies'.		 Robert Skyiiiier	I	1	William D'lwsnn	2	2 Per Snow's.			Stephen Dawson	2	2 Lord Vise. .Melbourne	10	to	(J. H. Longridiie	6	ft E.audW.	2	2	Scott and Fireman	1	I J. L. H.	1	1	Ch-i. Caveu. Grcville	ft	il Al Everett's.			J. Hornby	5	0 Dr. Fran, k	2	0	At Hammersley'fi		 H. Buckl.y	2	0	Mrs. Mary Uixou	1	1 Al Sikes's.			E. A.	1	1 Benjamin Keene	5	0	Isaac Gomperiz	2	2 Admiral Sir T. Bertie	5	0	At Alurland's.		 K. Jones	3	0	.M. H.	2	0 At Mwrival's.			F. C L.	5	0 Mr. and Mrs. C.Tulk	2	2	A. VV,	1	0 Huxley aud Sou	1	1	At Ransom's.		 At Ladbroke's.			J.Beardmore	5	5 H. Neil and Co.	5	5	E. Hairiugton	5	0 D.J.     -1	2	2	At Coekh's.		 J. I.you	3	3	J. Curleis	10	0 J. W. Qiiiiiloil	5	0	Mrs.C'urieis	5	0 At Lb.yd'a Cufl�ee.huuse.			Alis�'Gurteis	 5	0 R,.B>ckuiih	1	1	Ar Coutts'.		 Al Jones aud Lloyd's.			J.N.	1	0 A Lady           -sir T. Turlon	1	0	Geo. Hmmond	5	0 	5	5	Rev. JamcVGrcVIIIe'	10	0 John Tudbuiiler	3	3	E. B. Brentuu	2	2 	�	r		*	�. B. E. W., Bath	2	0	Lord Ebbin	10	10 Wm. LKiyii, Wharfnii	2	2	Thomas Dvke  -	1	1 Charlea Biiiny	5	0	Stanley Sio'kea	1	1 DoiiHi�er    Conuleas			Sir John Rigga Miller,		 .Sianlmpe,   seioiid anhr.Vription			Bin.         -	10	u 	3	0	John Hatley		5 Mlsi Dee	�2	2	Kev.   Charles   Parr		 Rei-, Wm. Antrobns	2	0	Buniey	5	5 Sir VV. VV. Wynn, Bart.		ft	Charles VVorthington	Si	0 Lady VViHiaiinrWymi	5	5	. At Praed's.		 At HodsoU's.			A D.      -	3	0 George Delavaud	2	It	Sir*. Reynolds	5	0 Jidin Ashe	S	�	Al lioare's.		 Right Hon. William S.			.Sir John Colpoys		2 Bourne	&	0	H. H. EB.	4	(t Al Wrijht'a.			F. B             -	2	0 W. Wlllau, E�<|.	5	0	J. Jolly	1	0 Al Gusliug'l.			T. E. iVclhy	2	0 S. M. I.	5	0	M. A. T. W.	I	1 A Z.	1	0	A.i'nrale	1	0 Roger Wdbrahaitt	5	5	Richardns	1	0 .%te	&1	0	yf. Pr.�rV'�t	2	 Uev. Dr.T Hugbes		3	Rev. H. Penny	1	1 John Curtis	5	S	Mrs. Penny	1	1 J. Pcwtresj	I	0	.Miss .Mail'ha Carter	ft	5 At Chihl'a.			.Mrs. Abdy	ft	ft Lord Viscount Dudley-			J. T. Jusiicc	1	D . and Ward              2	:-,	0	Cresswells, Addanis,		 E. H.	3	0	and ('0.	5	5 Suhsrripiions will be received by Sir J. W, Luhlioek, Bart. Treasurer, Mnnaldn-honse-strecl ; at the several B.iiikiug-Iniuses in Londoii and WestniiuMer; at Lloyd's CofFee-liouse; and by the Couimittee, al the Kind's Head Tavern, Poultry. (Signed)      W. H. bo DKJ N, Hon, Sec. S-iturday, Jan 22, 18-20. SHELTER FOR THE HOUSELES.s, i/INDON-WALL. rjlUE GO.VIMITTEE. fiiiHini; tliat many !>er-M. sons who have been ddmitletl have legal claims upon parishes, feel it necessary to annoiince iheii- tlclerminatioii tirirtly to ailhere to Ihe original plan nf ihe Assoeialion, by immediately removing to their parishes all aneh peraniis. The Committee at ihe same time give Notice In individuals al B distance from London, who may be induced to come In the IMetropolis by an expectation of receiving relief from Ibis Chaiily, that no alteulion whatever can be paid lo their applications. rsigned)      W. H. BODKIN, Hon. Sec. January 22, 1820.. Private pupil. AVACANCY ia now OPEN in the Fntnily of a iMarrieil Clergyman, wh N of this WORK, 2 vols. 8vo. will he published oti THURSDAY. TWO SUPERIOR school books. This day is published, price Is. 6d. l.rMlHE NATIONAL SPELLING-ROOK, JL or Sure Guide to English S|ielling and Prouunoia. lion; the whole compiled from Ihe Dictionaries of Walker. Sheiidan, and Jones; the Syllables divided and accented agreeably to their improved methods, and arranged on such a plan as cannot fair to familiarize the art of .Spelling and Pronunciation, remore the difficulties, and facilitate general improvement in Ihe English laniruage. By B. TABART. 2. The NATIONAL READER; consisting ef Easy Lessons in History, (Jeography, Biography, Mythology, Natural Hisiory, &c. The uhuie arranged on :> new plan, and illUitraled by nearly one hundred Engravings, being a Sequel lo Ihe National Spelling. By the ilcv,T,Cnirk, Price 3s. Primed for J, .Souter, 73, St. Paul's Church-yard; sold also by Bowdcry and Co. Oxford street. R. SOLOMON'S releUinleti ABSTERGENT LI>TlON, for Eruptions on the FACE and SKI N, particnhrly Pimples, Blolcbe-', Tetters, Ringworms, Sunburns. Freckles, Priekly Heat, Redness of the Nose, Neck, or Arms, and Scorbutic and Cntaneoua Eruptions, is ircomiT.ended lb the Nubilily and Gentry in the United Kingdom as a valuable acquisition and appendage (o the toilet. Price 4s. 6d an4 2s. 91. a Bottle, Duty inclnded.-Be careful lo observe the words " Saml.Salomon, Liverpnol," engraved in the Stamp, wiihout which none are Genuine. Sold by Leigh, 18, Siraud ; Bicoo, 150, Oxford-street; Butler, Cheapstde ; Tutt, Exchange; and Ward, Holburn. FROM SATURDAY NICHT'S GAZETTE. n'hilehill, January 20, 1820. Hla Royal Highness Ihe Prince Regent has been pleased, in the name and nn the behalf of hia Majesty, to constitute and appoint the Right Hunniirable Robert Viscount Melville; Sir William Johnstone Hop<;, Knight Commander of ihe Most Honourable .Military Order of the Bath, Vire-Ad-miral of Ihe Blue .Squadron of his .Majesty's Fleet; Sir George Wairciider, Bart. ; Sir John (Jdborn, Bart ; Sir George Coekbnrn, Knight Grand Cross of the Mo�t Honourable Military Order of the Bath, Vite-Admiral of llie Blue Squadron of Ilia Majesty's Fleet ; the Honouriible Sir Henry Ilolhain, Knight Commander nf the .Must Honourable Miliary Order of Ihe Bath, Rear-Admiral of the Red Squadron of his .Majesty's Fleet ; aud Sir George Clerk, Bart, to be his Majesty's Comini-isionera for exrcniing the ulHce nf Hiuh iduiiral of the Uniied Kingdom of Great Britain aud Ireland, and Ihe Domiuions,' Ulands, and Teixituriea theri'uiilo beluiigii'g. Dofjiixri street, January 22, 1820. His Royal Highness the Prince Regent has beeo graciously pleased, In thi* name aud on the behalf of his ftla-jesly, lo appoint iM jor-tieueral .Sir Benjamin D'Urbnu, KC.B. 10 be Governor of the IsUmI of Aiiiigua, in the room of -Major General Ram^y, deceased. MILITARY   PROMOTIONS. rfar 0/?7fe, January 21, 1820. Isl Regiment of Drag.ion (jiv nd IJeuteujint, vice Beo-tinck-'.lated h� aboVe, 8lh Rrgiitient of PmttStconA LieatenHnl William Cnrdil, from half-pay Rifle Brigade, to be Ruaign. vice HeHvv Francia, who pxclianges, receiring the difliereni^r-dated January IS, 1820. aihh Ditto. To b^te Lirntcnnntt-Ensign Charle* Warren, wilhmtl ptir-rhaaF,viceHarriaon,deceawd-dated November 13,1819; Lientrnaat Peter Cheape, from hair-pay 93d F,ni, John Thomaa Barlow, who exehangea, receiving Ihe difference-dated Dptiember 30, J819. To he Easign-Euaign James Paton, from Kalf.pay 34lli - Fool, vice Warran-dated November 13, 1818. telK ditto-Captaili Robert Edward Burruwea, from half. )tay I2ih Foot, to be Captain of a CompHny, vice ThumM !ilratig�.iys, qln exchangea-dated January 1.1, 182U. 67ili ^y of Ihe Regiment, In he Lieutenant, vice John KedgrI Sandon, who exchanges, receiving Ihe difference-filed Hs above. RiHe Brigade-William Henry WiJod, Geul. to be .Srcnnd Lirnienaut. by purchase, vice Brownrigg, promoted- dated as nbovtt. Roviil Staff Corps-Colonel Sir Rlrtiard Downea Jackson, K.C B. t^rom Colilstreiim Font Guards, lo be Colonel, rice Sir Benjamin D'Urban-dated January 18,1820. 2d Royal Veteran Battalion. Major Persse O'Keelfe Bbuliier, from !�3il Font, to be Ma-j.ir, vice Milne, wlmsp appointment haa not taken place--daleil January 13, 1820. 4lh Royal Veteran Battalion. LienlenanI John Buchanan, from the latp 5th Royal Veteran Batlnlion,   to be Lieuteuaat, vice Rotipris,  whose an-poiiilment has not taken place-dated November 1, I81i�. Bth Royal Veteran Raltalion. Lieutenant Henry Beecher, from the late I lih Royal Vele-ri�n Bafiaiion, 10 be Lieutenant, vice Bnrhanan. whose nppoinliiient has not taken place-dated November  1, 1810. Ensign James Uirkwood lobe Adjutant, viceTaasie, wbose appointment haa not taken place-dated as above. 7lh Royal Veteran Battalion. Lieiitennnt John Beevor Galpine, from the late Sih Royal Velerno Batlnlion, to he Liputeirinl, vice William MSo-tosh, wlios^ appointment has not laken place-dated .19 above. ^ 9lh Royal Veteran Battalion. Lieiitemul Richard Lowe, from the late l-2lh Royal Vete-ran Hattaltoii, to he Lieiiieiiant, vice ^^alpiiie, whose ap-poiiilineiit has not taken place-dated as above. .STAFF. Colonil Sir Richard Dnwnes Jackson, K.C.B. to be D-pnIy Qosrler-Masler-Geueral to the Forces-dated January lb, 1820, To be Barrark-Masters in Great Britain-Major Thomaa Ainioy; Jolin Hieks, fJenl.; and Thomas Corlctt, Geiii. -all dated December 4. 1819. HOSPITAL STAFF. Assistanl-Surgeon James Dunii, from 21 Wesf India Regi- inenl, lo he Sorgeiio to the Forces, vice Brown, deceased -dated Jaiitmry 13, 1820. .Memoravditm. The appointment of Lieutenant .Miller, from the la'p ftih Roy;iI Veteran Battalion, to  be  Lieiilenaot in   Ihe lOlh-Royal Veierau B.ilialion, as staled in the Gazette of 25lii ultimo, haa nut taken place. Commissions in the North High Peak Troop nf Vpommry C-,4V.ilry, siynedby the Lortl Lieufenatil 0/ the Coun/it '>f Derby Jolui ^Vhitc, Esq. lo be Captain-dated December '39, 1819. Georire William Newton, Gent, to be Lieutenant-dated as above. William Henry Cheik, Gent, to be Cornet-dated aa above, Coinmhsinnr stijtifri hij the T.nrd Lieiitevnnt of the Tl'rsf liidivfi of llie CouHty of York, Vily and County of Ihe Cily (if Y'.rk. Thomas George Fitagerald, Esq. lo be Deputy Liputeunnt -dated December 23,1819. Yorkshire Hussar Yeomanry. George William Tireraan, Gent, to be Coruf t-dated Di-- cember 30, 1319. BANKRUPTCY -SUPERSEDED. John SippheuB, late of Wells-street, Oxford-road, Middlesex, bout aud shoe mannfacturer. BANKRUPTS. Charles Chubb, of Porl.sp.i, Souihamplnn, ironmonger, to surrender, February 3, at one, 4, at eleven, and .Ma. eh 4. at one, at the George Inn, Portsmunlli. Altoruey, .Mr. Miu-chin, Norfolk-street, Strand, London. John Poller, of Ashboiirii, Derby, dealer, lo sorreoder, >fanuary 25, February. 5, and .March 4,al elevi o, al (;u.lrlli:ili. London. Attorney, Mr. Black, Slainl'ord->lreei, Black, friars-rond, Lnnilon. .lames Roberts, now or late of Leeds, York, wool=lnp!er, to surrender, February 24, al four, 26, and Match 4, :ii eleven,at the Court-house, Leeds. Attorneys. .Messrs. Lambert and Son, Bedford-row, London; .inil Mr. Bluome, Leeds. Nathaniel Gee, uow or lute ofLenlnn, Nottingham,and of the town of Nottingham, Uce-mannfaclnrer, to surrender, February 2, 3, and March 4, at eleven, at liie Flying Horse Inn, .Market-place. Nollii.ghnm. Attorneys, iMr Henry WpIIs, Nollingliam ; and Mr. I'aylur, Fetbcrstone-buildiugs, Hol-boru, Loudon. Edward Patrick, of Liverpool, gun-maker. In surrender, February 10, II, am! iMarch4, al 010-, al the Gei,ri;e iitit, Dtle-vtreer, Liverpool. Attorneys, .Mr. John, I'alsgrave-place. Temple-bar, London; and Mr. Hughes, Castle-slreel, Liverpool. William Crpser, nf B.ihlwyu-slrrei, Cilyroail, Mi'ldlesex, grocer, lo surrender, I'rbrli-iry 2, S, ami .Marcb 4, at t'-ii, at Guildhall, London. Attorney, .Mr. Ilioogh, Sliorediii ii-Loudoii. Reader Clarke, of Newport, Isle of Wight, brewer, to sorreiiiler, |-\bruary 2, S, and .March 4, at leu, hi Guildhall, London. Allorory, t\h. Al.an, I'"rederlck'.,-place, Old Jewry, l/nidoii. Wiili.im ll..rri�, of Ihe Strand, Moldlesex, shoemaker, to surrender, January 25, Fibruaiy h, and .March 4. al eleven, at Guildhall, . LoiidiMl Allorueys, Messrs Hall and Willelt, Great James sHmm, Rclfoid-row. fjeorge Brown, late of llridge.roail, Lamb-th, Surrey, tallow-cliilliller, to siirr< iider, January %9, Fthriinryft, and .March 4, at ten, al Guilitball, Lotoluu. Altoruty, Mr. Bowdeo, A tdermanbtirv. James P;i.iiiiore, of VVarnford-courl, Throgmorlnn-atreet, Loiidou, ship-oxvuer, lo aiirrendtr, Jnnunry29, February 8, and March 4, at i leveii, at C^tiilriball, {..onilon. A-Vlurney, Mr. BIschford, Kiiig-Bircei. Tower bill, London. William Rablieth, of Reil l.ioii-passage, ICetl Lion-square, Midrilesix, |tutato-nierelr,iiit, In snrrender, Jannnry 25, February 5, and March 4, at eleven, at Guildhall, Londou. Ailorneys, Messrs. Bice, Williams, aud Wliiie, Old-square, Lincoln's It.11. William liowler and Jonathan Waibnrron, of tT'astle.ttrepf, S'MilhKarli, Su'reif, hat mnonfaolnrprs, lo siirfeniler, Jaiiuary 29, FebruaiyS, and March 4, at ten, at Guildhall, Lou-   

From 1607 To The Present

Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!

Growing Every Second

Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 145+ million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.

Genealogy Made Simple

Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

Choose the Membership Plan that is right for you!

Unlimited 6 Month

$99.95 (45% Savings!)

Unlimited page views for 6 months Learn More

Unlimited Monthly

$29.95

Unlimited page views for 1 month Learn More

Introductory

$9.95

10 page views for 1 month Learn More

Subscribe or Cancel Anytime by calling 888-845-2887

24 hours a day Monday-Saturday

Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!

Your Membership Includes:
  • 10 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 145+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a Monthly Membership only for $29.95
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 145+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
Best Value! Save -45%
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 145+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

Search Billions of Newspaper Articles 145 Million+ Pages and More Added Weekly!

Uncover 400+ Years
of Newspaper Archives
(1607 to today!)

Browse by Date

Research Newspaper Articles from 19 Countries
& all 50 U.S. States

Browse by Location

Explore 6,200+ Current &
Historical Newspaper Titles
and Counting!

Browse by Publication