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British Press (Newspaper) - January 25, 1820, London, Middlesex Numb Ell '5346. LONDON, TUESDAY, JANUARY 25. 1820. Pkick 7ii. TH EA I'llR.liO y.lL, Plilili Y-L.i A �. rfiniS EVENING, TUESDAY. .T.ni.i.iv 25, SL 1)19 SliijestyV Servants will (icrr,irm Sliakspfiuc's CORIOLANUS. Utunans--Caina Marcius (aftrrwtirils siritamr ilf Cor in. I:'in'.s, ^Ir. Ktan (his first appearanro in lhat ch;ir:icl
"s. 0.\.\ Seroml J'i-:i--:<.- I, �t*', !i� I5!iiiil:it.'ss, Deiif'iM'ss, icr. illustriitnl wiili nuiiiv ticw ami .slrikitl'.: Cases : lo^ttlirr willi Ohscivaliuns oti Ci.tlviniisin, ns an -lliricut tulisiitule fur Mercurial neniuilits, in Bilious ami .Sloniaclt Coinpi.niils. fiy M. LA REAUMi-. IMcilical Suri;emi-i:ieclririaii, IM..S. kc. Smiii-! Ivliiion, (jreaily eulargeil, willi Coppir plate Eii-p;i ai inns. Loii'lon ; Printt'fl and Puljli'slu'd iiy F. Wnrr, Red (^iou-passa;;r, lli'il Lion .scpiaro. Suld liy Hljiiliy ami .St'u. Tlri t-slrcrl; .As]>crnL', (?m'nliill; Call.)"', Pj iitrHs-..lrrctami Warrfii. OIJ l.iuml.slieel. Price l(l.s. in extra boards. HAKTLEY'.S BIOGRAPHY fOR YOUTH. This day is publisIieH, i� a very neat Votitme, price 5s. boards,' RITISFI GENIUS EXEMPLIFIED i.i the LIVES of MEN, ivho, by (heir Indii^lry or .Scienlific Inventions and Discoveries, Iiave raised them-selves-lo opulence and dislinclloii, and essentially promoted the welfare of".Miinkind ; incUidhtg the Lives of some dis-linjnished Foreiirners. By CECIL HARTLEY, M.A. Author of PRINCIPLES of the SCIENCES; or, The Elementso Flninan Knowledge. Royal ISmo. 49.boards. PRINCIPLES of ELOCUTION, ISmo. 33. 6d. neatly ijotnn!, PUiNCIPLES of PUNCTUATION, iSnxo. 3s. neatly l)o�un!. . � . . 1. Miiloii : Piinlcd fji- Effiiigliam Wilson, ftoyal Ex- (lian^e. NLVKPv ACTF.D. The Profits f'f this r\i:;lii will he prfscnttM] tn l!ic laudable Clinriiv now cauviiiGT on in tin' Citv. T77i:.iriii:.hoyal, covf:sr-aAnDEy. r|^[^l.s KVEXING. TL'ESDaV, .J^nunry 25, will be acted ;i new AJtinicrU Dr.ini!i, called THE ANTIQU.ARV. .^�>Mnlhan Cldbuck (the Antiquary), -Mr. Liston ; Caxon, i\'r. .''I inchani; Lovel, :\Ir. Dnrust I ; .Sir .Arthur Ward.nil-, !Mr. (,'liapman ; Edic Ocliiltre, iMr. Eiufry ; Lord Glj?nallan, llr. T.riy; Herlcir iM'Inljre, Mr./l!iholl; LifnI. TaU'eil, .'.;r. Cniiiiir; Sanmlrrs .Mucklehacket, .Mr. Farley. .Miss ;.s:;l,.rlla Wardour, :Miss Slepliciis; Misj .Vlaria M'fntyre, 'iMss :\Ialti.e�s; Miss Griselda OidiiucI;, Mrs. Davenport: ri-n-Jtll of llie Crai'ibnruloot, .Mrs. Faucit. Afier wiiich. with soine Music, the Farce of A ilOl.ANI) FOR AN OLIVER. Cii:tKe, Mr. Fawrelt ; Alfred Hip^liflyer, Mr. .'fuf^; Mr. Sflbiniie, !Mr. Abbulf-, ('ixlHru, Air. Emery. Aii'.rii Oarlin^'on, MissKoote; Airs. Sclbornc, Miss Bcau-niMi ? ; .Mrs. r;\liire, Miss(irccn. 'V'v.i- uiw !^;uiit)mirr,e of Harlt'r^uin and Don Quixote will 1. [KMieii every evcniiifj. IIOVAL COBUUG THEATRE, C'lMler the PaMonaec of iiis Royal Ilicbness t'linec LEOPOLD of SAXE COIJURG. rpjJiS EVENING. TUESDAY, jHtium-y ^5. \ H HI .1 diirintr tire VtVck, will be pref;ented,''for the first j :i ti.ir Llistorit-i] J^raina, in ihrte acts, enlilled ' r.lili .lUUG.MliNT OF BiiUTUS; ! Or, TARQUIN AND LUCRETIA. | Lvrius I-.tnius Brntus, Mr. Junius Brutus Booth; Titus, j !l. Luiihle; Scxius Tarquin, Mr. Covcney (from lli<: j '! ii.ulri.noyal, Urury-lane, bis first appearance on lliis , snci^-, Collatiuns, Mr. Stanley; Aruns, iMr. Auld ; Vale-ilus, iMr. Anrierton ; Lucretius, Hr. Carllitch; Horalius, G.ilk'f. Tolli;*, IMis. SlanUy ; Tartjuinia, IVlJps Love; ulmle 10 roiiclude with, also for Hie first time, an en- j i:'-iv new Historical Melo-draniatic Uurlelta, in ibrec .1. Is, luiinded on, and embracing all the main Incideiils of pup'.ilar Novel of � 1 VANHOE: Or, THE JEW OF YORK. .T.l.n, Prince of England, Mr.Coveney; Lucas Beanma. T.ir. ,'.Ir. Howell, sen.; Cidric, Mr. -Anderlon; Ivauhoc, ^ir. GMhit ; The Black liniKhl, Mr. H.Kemble; Clerk of I iss V.'atsnn ; Ulrica, Mrs. Slniilty, i;..>:?s 4s.-Upper Circle, 3s.-Pit, 2s.-(Jallery, Is.- P.m.r^ ojxn at Half.past Five, to commence at Half-past v.:-.-.Scmd Price at Half-past Eis[ht. Tills d.iv aie published, 2 loin. Svo. 24s. ~?i:^iOn5ES iH.iir servir a L'MIS I OIIIE .)e V.t laVlii PRIVEE, du llETOUR, et da REGNEde N.ViHlLKC'N en ISI.^) Par M. FLEURY DE CHABOULON, r.\ Sr.ict.iire de rEmperenr Napoleon et de son Caliinel, ^�:.r!i.-.Its Keqe,41es, au Conseil d'Elat, Baron, OfBcier lir li l.cjjion d'llonueur, Chevalier de I'Ordrc de la Rc-liiiii'ii. Printed for John Murray, Albemarle-slreet. TP.ANSLATION of Ibis WORK, 2 vols. Svo. will IluijIiHhcd on THURSDAY. 'This day is publisbrd, hamlsoinely. priuted, in One Vnluioe ; � Sro. iilustrateil by four Maps, descriptive of tlie Kniltc, ' pi'j'e 12s. boards, I A P IC r U R ESQ [J E TOUR thrnn-.h - L^i. rRA>'CE, SWITZERLAND, on the B.VNKSof ihe ; RHINE, Ji.id throu-h part uf Ibe NETHERLANDS, in 1 lilt: Year ISIO. . Fhiniina aincm, SylvMpqiie I i Loudon: Printed for J. AJawmau. 39, Lud�:ale-strrf-t. i E>ltracl tVutH ihe " British Criln:," for October, ]S17. I Review of * A Pirtiiresquu Tuur thrnu^b l'r;iiire," ^c. i To thn-^p who have not travdled, ji jjIvpr ;i failhf'i! ac- i count of what is In be seen-, to tbosf who intend to travel, I it aljortls an exrcdleut plan for tbt-ir operations; to tlmse ' who have iriivclied. it will awaken ni:iiiy p!ea�in}r rrcollfc- I lions. The ruule is, perhaps, the best wbicli could have i been taken.'" 1 Thi-* dny are puhli^heil, hand-comely printed in dciny 4to. villi a fine P\MiraiI of Sir i'hilip .Sidnry, biaulifuily engraved by C. U'urren, price 1/. 5s boards, :�ig E.NJOIKS of the LIFE 0,1,1 WRITINGS Im of Sir PHILIP SIDNEY. " >'or love lily life, nor hate : but what thou liv'st Live well; huw lonj^ or short, piriuit lo Heaven." iMlLTON. By THOMAS ZOUCH, D.D. F.LS. Prtben-Jary of Dnrhain -The Second Edition. I.oiulon : Primed for J. .Mawman, 39, Luiljate-strpct; and Payne and Foss, Pall.mall; and Wilson and Sons, York. Of whom may be had. The LIVF.S of Dr. JOHN DONNE, .Sir H ENRY WOT-TON. .Mr. RICHARD HOOKER, IMr. GEORGE HER-BuRT, ami Dr. RO B ERT SA N DERSO N. To �hieh is now first add. d, LOVE and TRUTH, by I>aac Walton. With Notes, and the Life of the Auilior, by Thomas Zoucb, D.D. F.L.S. Prdieiidary of Durham. " These were honourable men in their generations." Eceles.44. 7. The Third Edition, very neatly printed, in two volumes Svo. embellished with Porliails, price 1?. 8s. in boardj. SOUTH AMERHUS ^EiCriCE. [From The DublinErfennig Post of January 20.] .�MI:M0!RES de napoleon PAR LUI-meme. Fhi VeD.(Ircdi prucliain sera publics, en Svo. 12s. ^^,| E.UOJKES HISTORIQUES de NAPO- I^v'l, LEON. Liv. )X. � ECRIT par LULMEHE. Crtie neuvieme parlie est publiee la preraiiie, va son iii'.Lie! pieemiuaut dan's ce momfnt-ci. Lss aulres Livres I' .'all..,It aussit6l que Ics circoustances le permetlront. ;--;"iiiic jiour Sir Richard Phillips et Co. Bride.court, !.;�- licet. a faithful English Translation will be ready on Wed-tiy, tlie2d of February, at the same price. p This day is published, dedicated, by iiermission, lo Ihe Lord Bishop of Chester, handsomely printed in two vols. Svo. price SOs. boarils, ra-^ASSO'S JERUSALEM DEL!VEi?ED: _h. an Heroic Poem ; with Notes, and occasional lllus-Iraiion;. Translated by the Reverend J. H. HUNT, A.M. Late Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge. London: Primed forJ. Mawmaii, 39, Lml^'aleslreet. ** .'\Ir. Hunt's bold powers as a'IVanslator often approach nearer lo the i^ramleur and spirit of the original, than any translation of Ihe modern Classics that we possess."- (iMonthly Rev. Seplenibcr, 1819.)-" il is valuable for its ample fidelity, for its learned comparison of passa�;es iu epic writers,and for the information contained in the Noles.^' -Ibid, June, I8I9. " The Translator has represented the .Author's thoughts in bis own.style, and reflected the forms of the original in iheir own colours; and the result is, ihat he has enriched his native laufjuatje with a work which has lontj been greatly wanted, and than wlueh llore are few rxistinir which will more deli;;ilt the poetical reader."-See Genllenian's .Maga. zine, June, Isiy. " It entirely supersedes every translation of Ihe Jerusalem Delivertil which has hitherto been picseuted lo the i'ublic, and we do not hesitate to ileclare, that, in our opinion, the Ta^so of I\lr. Hunt need not fear a comparison with the Homer of Pope."-Brilish Critic, .'May, 1819. .>:OUilNING ASTONISHINGLY CHEAP. A SHEARS liuviiij,' manufactured a large .I'Ae ipiaulity of very superior BLACK GOODS, enables l.nn to sell good Bombaxeeua at 2a. per yard, and very fine 111 3s. 0.1.; ell-wide Crazies 4s. per yard. Also an extensive ^ u iciy of Po|iIins, Lustres, Sarsncts, Satins, Gros de Naples, Dticijjvs, Velvets, &c., suitable for the present melancholy I ici-ioii, full 5a. in ihe tiouud lower than all other houses. A. Shears, Bedford House, No. 11, Henrietlastreel, Co-vi-iii-^arden..-No credit given, or abalcment made. The new Norwich Crapes lo be had no where else. 53' A DIES Hi.d GENrLE.MEN iire re-ppct-tJ fully informed by G. FOX, \VOOLLEN-MANU-I ^("rlJREP>, 28, King.Rtreel, that his Ladies' and Pelisse t i.jlhs, and Gentlemen's .Supei-fine Cloths and Caasemires^ an.l yl! otiier j^oods, DYED wilh his peculiar process, which h.conirs so eOVctiially saluraled as never lo lurii brown, or l.se their beautiful jet blark lustre. He sells them in any .luaulities, at the usual prices, without any ndvauce, or milker', them up ill Ihc most fashionable and very best man-in r into Habits, Pelisses, &c., and Gentlemen's Cloths of .-very ilescription, and with confidence arisen from many v.iii.s experience, be warrants Ihem lo be far superior lo >> o'herBIack Wuollen prood.^ ever before dyed.-G. FOX, Kiiig-streel, Coventgarden. This dny is published, in royal fjmirto, price 2^ 2s,boards, A'i'REAriSEo.itrie vVEAl.rH. POWER, and RESOURCES of Ihe BRITISH EMPIRE, in every part of the Wurld ; a general View of the Value of Ihe Landed and otiu r Properly ia the United Kingdom, and in all Colonies and Dependencies of IheCmwo, including the East Indies; the Anunul Income arising from Agriculture, Mines, Minerals, Inland Trade, F'oreign Commerce, Navigation, Fisheries, ^c. &.e. The M bole iUusirated by copious Statistical Tables. The Second Edition, revised and enIar2P liiie atu'pid, to attempt la lalisfy. the paUliGTltu||Mb�-j||ttiir:�e^ liie^p^di. tiod^b Uargaritta'couIU be alti^buicil tortbe want (>ri:bilral* rous spiri( in the Irish young gendemen who have now re- (llrileri. Those ymiug Gentlemen have made grcnl prcuiilary and ppi'sonal saeriiices-their feelings ought lo be satisfied- their sui'lVrings ought lo he compensated-ihvy ought not lo be left to the tedious and uncertain remedies of the law, even if die law afforded Ihetn any remedy. They who here, lofore countenanced, in any way; or by any implication, Ihe enjageinent of those young Gentlemen, should now come forward, and assist iu procuring every possible salis-factiou. 1 propose, Ihat of tlie Gentlemen who gave Ihc public dinner last summer lo General D'Everenx, a Coruniiltce of seven should be immediately formed-that to llieio should be added, at least, three of IheGenllemen who have return, ed from Margai it la, and a similar number t�f those who aie still engagril in procnring settlers for Venezuela. I propose dial this Committee, so couslituled, should ascertain all tlie facts-trace the failijre to its aonrcc-e::-ainine the arconnts aud expenditures-place the blame where it-ought to be borne; and, above all tilings, aud before ajl things, nscertaiu what compensation can be procured for the persons who have sufl'ercd in or by the late extreditioo. For these purjioses it would be qniie necessary to open an immediate eonnuiniicalion with General D'Evereux, and also wilh the Vencz'ielan Deputies now in London. It would also be right to send forward Agents to Angostura, in such a manner as nut to violate any existing law, bat who should be able lo ascertain wliiit conipensatiuii ciin bo made in that quarter. There arc, I know, faith-wnrliiy persons, well acquainted with the Spanish language, reaily to volunteer their services. Let every thing be 1 hus iiive--.tigaIt il, and I will answer for it th.il no blame will he altributed lo any failure which shiiU appear to have :irisen M it hont wilful dr-l'ault- I conclude by conjuring the (ientlemeii who hive already given conntenaiice tu General D'Evereux, to com..' forward w'ithont delay- This is not a parly question, nor does it in any way relate to our domestic disseulinns. Let us coin-bine ill a generous efi'ort lo rescue Innmnrablc character from unjust imputation-to trace neglect or misconduct lo its source-to repair whatever is repiirablQ-^and to pro-cure compensation for that which canuol be repaired - Those who shall concur in this effort, may (if you, .^Ir. Edilor, will peruiil) send their names to the office of your paper, or communicate their intention of taking il part, through any other cliannel. In any way that I can he use. ful, liicy shall command the best rxertioiis of Your obedient Servant, DANIEL O'CONNELL. ijonfincd (u llic lowest of Ihe piople, and t;i�t rvm a gnii portion of ifaat class is still free from its iiiflnence, i..*.-withslanding die efforts made to seduce it ; an.! iImii h :'.;i.ii these few days many of the misguided people in ihe nei^h-bourhooil of Tnllamore, jieliiiug to the n inuiisiiaiic. of thtir excellent Pastor, ihe Rcv- Dr. Ktarnry, l.a. e .icpusi e.i with him Iheirarins, and determitted lo al'-^ii.li>n the �i(I;e'l projects in which they were engaged; an example worthy uf general imilaiion. " Th."y think it advisable, in order lo pirvei.t these �.; h ) maybe incorrigibly disatl'eclfd jf any siie'n thei e hej f. ul. any all em pi to can y tlieir schemes into exi enii.'ii ; in oi d. .' to secure those imu free from inl'irtinn furii '..-i'--^ iii .ii.! i public Ir.Tnquillity, that tlio I'l.lluwin.,' 1!.--adopted, and in*i:u diatcly pi;i into oper. Ij n." The .Resoiiili'iiis are eijht in nmi'i recoiniiieiid the i.iiiiiediaie l :r o! in sociatioii of aU fieriiO'lS atldcheil to lif (i i-T'.-'nii:en'-iit>d Cor.i-titntKin, rniisi.-tii.tr i.rcavn'.iv u-id fn'.is solditr.-, !lie I'onner t, 1,^ fH.tjInyei! i ; the hinh rnails at iiii^lit; llie lalltr m the peace (if the town. Peison.s wlm, I other iiilirinity, ure iiicapuiiie (ifscru.i.; are rtqiiesed to snb-crilie mcii nsrim cure a sub.,t|iiilp. All |iiii;! c-ln^i.-r rne.'i.li-i'( .' wlei ihiW iiuiil...- '�����r .i''ui)i.s be r. Ti:ev iiiMi-.i ii.iil |r.jl-. tn e.-t- 1'. Ill "; l>er.-..i (ll-e recomniriideil tn he -l.ni IM. . !, lit STATE OF fRELAND. [From Tke Dublin Evening Post, January IS] It is wilh the deepest regret we hive th.is ilay to lay before our readers a record of oulniges, crimes, and murders, coniinitleil in Virious parts of the island, in the Norlh and South, together with an account of the tninulluary spirit which ujipears to prevail in the niidlmid counties. A murder li i.s lieeii coinmiUeil in iMnnterlony, county of 'I'yrone, another in the tonnly of Derry,and n third al Castleresigh, county of Down. Several robberies have also occurred, but we do not cure to unticipate the horror and disgust with v/idcli the render ciiiinot lull to (leruse llie particulars, which we subjoin. We insert also a set of Resolutions passed at Par-sonstown, King's County, the Earl of Rosse in the Chair, by which it appears, that the coudilioii of that part of the kingdom is far from being tranquil. In the counties-of Tipperarv anil Kilkenny, gangs seem lo be origanised, and a set of ruffians, as will be seen from our extracts, have attempted lo rob the mail coach, in which they weie foiled by the gallantry of ihe guard. We have no uccounti this day from the West of Ireliind, though we had reason to expect some; we are, therefore, unable to add any particulars to the brief notice published on 'ruesday, relative to the atrocious mid-day murder of Mr. Browne, an event, resembling, as it does, the calaslroplie of the late Mr. Baker, of Tipperary, and wiiich has thrown the whole county of Galway into cinsiernatiou. There are three wajs of regarding these melancholy occurrences: the one, as a sort of political confederacy iu crime, spreading throughout the kingdom in every direcliuii-the other, as merely disconnected and solitary syinptoras of a state of society, overstocked with population, and ill-instructed in iheir relative duties-tl;e third, as mere robberies and murders, having no source deeper than the de|)ravily of the individuals concerned in their perpetration. Perhaps It will be found that each of these causes is at work. The robberies of arms that have prevailed within the last three or four months, particularly in the South of Ireland; the disturbed spirit which has broken out in the centre of the kingdom, and to counteract which associations have been entered into by the gentry, show, we >vill not say, a communion or correspondence between the parties, but certainly a predisposing tendency to a stale wiiich cannot be contemplated wilhout dismay. With regard to the atrocities that liave been committed in the North and West, and particularly with respect to the murder of Mr. Browne, the laws, we hope, will be found sufficient tn detect and punish the perpetrators. But we cannot too forcibly impress on the gentry in every part of Ireland the necessity of associating, and the paramount necessity of remaining on their estates. It may be an unpleasant duty-but it is a duly that must be performed, if they would |)reserve their property. The Duke of Leiiister furnishes a noble example of what a resident landlord should be. If his Grace's example were generally followed, vve should not have the pielaiicholy tusk of putting the following statements and facts upon record :- KING'S COUNTY. At a meeting of Ihe .Magistrates and principal inhabitants of Parsonslown and its vicinity, held iu Dooley's Ball-room. ] ojljer nosls ou Thursday, the 30th dny of December, 1810, Ihe Earl of ' I Rosse iu the Chair, the following Declaration aud Resolu-tiuna wer.e unanimously agreed to :- " The Magistrates aud principal inhabitanis here assembled observe, ihat it is with deep regret they learn from different sunrces of information, Ihat many of the lower classes in this town and ils vicinity, as well as in Ihe county at large, have entered into a conspiracy against the laws and consliluliuii of their country, -and (bat in order to accomplish their designs on both, have united themselves by an illegal oath ; have pinndered houses fur arm*, and have assembled, tpgelher in large, budicoii by Di|;ht, in rder ti> form plaiu, as it is supposed, uf attack, aq^ fix on the lime for columenelDC acts of hostility. Tbijy further observe, aud they mention it. with, great.salisfactron,-tha(. though ibU - spirit .of':.^i<8l|'e b/if) aptei| OTU, tha^ iJte Britisfk brig JSeplune, from. Liver,�ooJ, whu robbed by h � pirate offi TorVujw, of dry gou q ttie amoiiiut of 3q,Qap. (ipUitM. Th�.|>ii<
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