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   British Press (Newspaper) - January 26, 1820, London, Middlesex                                rA6 Number 5347. LONDONi WEDNESDAY, MS^IIARV 26. 1820. puk^E 7d. THBArxS-KOYAL, VRORY-LANB. ' THIS feVEl?ftNG, WEDNESDAV;.JaD. 26, his M�jegIyVSerran�8 will perform Shakspeare's CORIOLANtrS. RooiuiB-Cains Marcius (afterwards sirnami-d) Corio-lanut, Mr. K6ui..(his. �ecoh4 appearance in that cliarartpr); Tiiiii Larliuc, Mr. Thoai{iii>o; CuminiUi, Mr. Hamblio; Meiienius Agrip^V'"'''"*^^ J Siciiiiui Velulus, Mr. Holland ; JuniusBrinus,'Mr. Powell. Volumnia, .Mrs. Glover ; Vu-filis, Mrs^Koliiiiaon. \'ols''�''�-Aufidias, Mr. Peiiley; Volusius, .Mr. Birnard.         �'�� Aflei which, 2&lh time, an entirely new Comic Pantomime, called , JACK AND THE. BEAN STAl,K ; Or, HARLEQUIN AND THE OGRE. The Oere, Mr. Hudson; Jack, Miss Povey, afterwards Har-Ifquin. Ml-. Bologna ; Pantaloon, Mr. Harlland ; Clowii, Mr.. Suullihv. Jack's Mother, Mrs. Pearce; Janella (aflerwnrds Ccihimliine), Miss Tree; Afpa, G They deeply sympathize with bis Royal- Highness the Prince Uegeni, with the amiable Princess the widow of the deceasri!, and wiih'-lhf s�v:^ral other Brauches'.of the lllus. trlous House of Brunswick, on this raowrnful occasion. It i� the earnest prayer oftiiia Cuiut, that the Almighty will be. pleased to grartt'llicm strength to support this and afi other trials,' and will' cnnlinue to shower down those blessings 'which he has heretofore so abundantly vouchsaf�-d lo them. WOODTHOUPE. BR1DGE.S, MAVon. At a COURT of LORD MAYOR and ALDERMEN, holden in the C'Ol'NCIL CHAMBER of the GUILD-HALL of theClTY of LONDON, on TUESDAY, the 25th Day of January, 1820, and in the 60tb Year of the Reilt" oV George (he Third, of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, King, &c. RE�ot.veU, THAT the Meinhersof this Court feel them-selves called upnn to enter their Protest against the partial and mutilated Statements which have found their' way into the Newspapers, to impose upon tbe public mind, as a Report of their Debates. It being a Court, by its cou Etilutioii as well as by immemorial usage, from which strangers are eacluded, no such Representation can be fairly made; and, from whatever quarter the intelligence has been collected, it is evident, from the full and corrected-Speeches on one side, and the garbled, suppressed, and misrepresented Statements on the other, to bs composed fur the express purpose nf misleadini; the opinions which un-sHspeciiug minds may form on important Subjects, particularly at a distance from the Metropolis, where the Debates of this Court mav be supposed to be open to Reporters for the Public Journals. WOODTHORPE. MOURNING ASTONISHINGLY CHEAP. ASHEAHS liuvin� mnnufitctured a large  qu�ntily of very superior BLACK GOODS, enables him to sell good Bombaieens at 2s. per yard, and very fine at 3s. 6d.; ell-wide Cfapes 4s. per yard. Also an extensive variety of Poplins, l^istres, Sarsuets, .Satins, Gros de Naples, Duc:ipes, Velvets, &c., snitable for the present melancholy occasion, full 5b. in the pound lower than all other houses. A. Shears, Bedford House, No. II, Henrietta-street, Co-veut-garden.-No credit given, or aliatement made. Tbe new Norwich Crapes to be bad no where else. GENERAL MOURNING. ROBAKTS. GRIFFITHS, and CRICK, (late Robarts and Plowman), No. 1, Chandos-street, Coveiit-gardeu, Manufacturers and Silk Mercers to Ibc Royal Fumtly, beg;'leave fflosi respecirutty t  acqaaiiit the Nobility and Gentry that they have a large Assortmrnl of Goods of the best Quality, for the present melancholy occasion, cunsistini; of Bombasine Crapes, Twilled and Plain Sarsnets, Levantines, Reps, Velvets, Irish Poplin?, Imperial Lustres, Italian Nets, &c. &c. No. 1, CORN HILL. AT PIDDING'.S Office, the Number 3.443. the first Prize drawn this Year, entitled to 20,006/. Covsols, was sold in Shares! At PiDDINtf's Office, tbe Number 369, the Lad Prize of 20,OUO;. Honey, tbe whole of which actually went to the Public, was also sold in Shares! At PlDOlNG's Office, a greater Number of Persons have been beneliied by 20,000/. Priics within the last Nine Months, than at any other Office! At PiDDiN�'s Office, at this moment very probably, may now be obtained some of the 20,000/. Monty Prizes, which must he drawn NeXT Satuhday, 29tb January. No. 1, Corubill. POSITIVELY NEXT SATURDAY. TWO PRIZES of �20,000! Near 1,000 other Prizes of varied Values, AND ALL MUST BP DRAWN NEXT SATURDAY, ^ When the Lottery finishes. JAND J. SIVEWRIGHT return ll.eir I.en  Ttinnksij* 11ie Public for the very llheral P.itronaze they have heslowed oh the NEW SYSTEM of LOTTERIES wliirh they have had the honour to submit to public notice. J. and J SIVEWRIGHT, who Si*l in Last Lottery. No. ly6.o6, a Prize of 20,000/, hope to expei jenee a con-trnuanre of preference shewn to their old eslablislied uud fortunate OIBces, 37, Cornhill; _ 39, Haymarket; 11, Holborn ; HI, Oxford-street, Where Tukels and Shares are on Sale in great variety. �'l erca, Miss Wats.iu; Ulrica, .Mrs. Stanley. li�xes 4s.-Wpper Circle, 3s.-Pit, !h.-Galler^, 1"-I^' M open .1 Half-past Five, lo commence at Half-past .-Sfcond Price at Half-past Eight. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By Mr. EVANS, At his House, No. 98, Pall-mall, on FRIDAY NEXT, January 28, and fullowiug Day, ACOLLECTION of BOOKS; including Holy Bible, by Field, 1660, 3 vols, large paper, wilh Visscher's Plates inserted ; Andrews's Collection uf Heaths, 3 vols, coloured Plales; Fables de li Fontaine, 4 vols, large paper; Art de Verifier les Diles, 3 vols ; Fatxiulati Lexicon, 4toU. ; Cicero Oliveli, 9 vols.; Lysias Taylori, large paper; Htrodnte, par Larcher, 9 vols, large paper; Willis's Cathedrals, 3 vols.; Sir W. Jones's Works, 6 vols, large paper; the Hisioriis of Ruberlsnn, Gibbon, and Hume, in 4to.; C6bbelt and Howell's Stale Trials, 24 vols.; Annual Register, 40 vols.; Cooke's British Novelists, 61 vols. &c. A NEW YEAR'S GIFT. THE opeiiiiit; "I * New Year naturally excites senlinieiils of profound gratitude from Messrs. ROWLAND and .SON, sole Pioprielors of the GENUINE MACASS.AR OIL, for the unparalleled patronage wilh which a liberal ii^id discerning |>ublic has honoured that admired article, lis Virtues in prnmotingihe growth nf hair, beautifying and pieservin? it from Infancy le Old Age, are now known llirongliout the habitable globe. To parents and guardians a inore^arceplabie present to -those under their care cannot hegrautedj than a supply uf ROWLAND'S MACilSSAR OIL. It eradicates the scurf, &c. extremely easy, and renders the hair firm-increases its growth-renders it soft, curly, aud glossy; lit short, prodaces a beautiful head uf Hair. Price 3s. 6d.-lOs. 6d. aud one guinea per bulile, with a Treatise enclosed. AUb, ROWLAND'S ESSENCE of TYRE, changes Red or Grey Hair to Hrown or Black, imitating the exact ttafural col�ur.-Al.o, ROWLAND'S AIJ5ANA EXTRACT, cures the T001'H-ACHE, rieaoses, preserves, and beautifies tbe Trelb and Gums,.and keeps llieni free from pain. Sold by the sole Pruprieiors, A. ROWLAN D and SON, corner of Kirby-strcet, Ifie first turning on iW right, HatloB Garden, Holborn ;.uud by all Perfumera and Medicine Veo-d�fs. A�k fur itowlaud's, and observe the signature in red ink. "A. Rowland & Son." SALE OF CHlNlir CONSISTING of BREAKFcAST; T?ABLE, DESSERT, and TEA SERVJC^alftS, P^rk^street, near Oxfurd-rsJreet, at very redneid "^IViifea. Also tbe re. maining Stuck of fine old Sfevre, Dresffpa,- and French Porcelains, useful and oroameiital.    '      �', --- ;- SUBSCRIPTION TO AFFOHD TEi\lP0. RARY RELIEF to the DESTITUTE, aiiif NIGaT. LY SHELTER to the HOUSELESS, iluriog the PRE. SENT INCLEMENT SE.4s6'N: The Right Hon. the LORD MAYOifi, President. . At a Meeting of the Committee of ftfanagement, the following Subscriptio,ns were reported:- *> � Ainaunt advertised..........<>\^ti  9�.   Od. � t. \   1 I e W. Abington D. Maclawrin B. Everard The "Compositors and Pressmen ni J^t. Thorowgood's, Ad-dle-gtreet        - 2 15 J. W. .Morrison 3   3 A   few   Friends,   by W. P. - 2/. 13s. �d. Mrs. Duppa -    10   0 Clerks uf the Reduced AnuuilyOifice, Bank, ' ^d subscript ion 2   2 A few Bookbinders, at Mr. Mathew's 2   0 Veritas - 1   � John Crarroft 5   0 Sir \\. BIjiid 2   2 Mr. Worthy      - 5   0 P. R. Poland and Son 10 10 J.G. - 0 10 Anonymous        -        11 C. Appold - 11 G. Appnid . 1 1 Excise Office, London Docks      -     2/. 12s. 6d. Mr. Rocke, 26 Quartern Loaves. Mr.   and   Mrs.   R. Brown - 10 J. Dobie - 2   2 Collection after a Sermon by the Rev. D. Rudge, at St. Lawrence Jewry, per Mr.Hodg8on,Church. w'arden 40/. I2s. 9d. A. Kent - 1   I A Mile, W. B. 3   3 W. M. - 10 Dawes and Chatfield & 5 A Manufaclnrcr t   0 T. and W; Coleman 8 2 Oocker and Jardine 2 2 Miss Charlion 10^. ed. Lady Yarboiough 10 0 S. G. Price -       1   1 J. G. - .2   0 J.Willis -        11 Mr.Surridge 1 .0 Benefit at Drnry-Iaoe Theatre, per R. W. Ellistou, Esq-1fi0;.14s.ed. Subscriplions at dillO: Lady Besboreugh        5   0 Mrs. Garrirk 3   0 Mrs. Coutis . & 0 John Calcraft, Esq. 5 U Lady Foley 2/. 12. 6d. R. W. Elliston 6   0 Mrs. Ellistou Miss P. M. Elliston Miss Ellistou Mr. Kean Mr. Braliam Mr. Soaue Mr. Spring Mr. Robins Mr. Winston Mr. Russell Miss Kelly Mr. Mnnden Mr. Harley Mrs. West Mr. Knight Mr. Cooke Mr. Holland Mr. Peake Mrs. Robinson Mr. Duwl4iu Miss Cubit Mr. Kelly Sundry Subscriplions uuder20s. 2 15 At Lubbock's. B. H.G. -        10 J. R. - 10 W. T. - 3   0 G. C. B. - 5   5 Rev. Dr. Slealb 2   2 Kigbl Hun. C. Manners Sutton, Speaker 10 0 W. H. H. - II James Buller 5   U General Cart Wright 5 5 Col. H. R. Feather- slonehaugb 2   0 Edward Ruhson 3   2 Sir George Leitb ^   0 ILL. - 10 J. V. Hudson 2  2 John Jackson 2   2 At Drummond's. J.M. I. 5/. 159. 6d. Hall aud Bancknp 3 0 Admiral Eliab Harvey & 0 Rev. Sir John Rubin-son, Bart. -' 10 0 Marquis of Anelesey 20 0 Dowager Lidy Srisey 6 0 John Jerningham 2   2 W.II.N. -       1   0 General Thos. Gros- venor - 10 10 The Hon. General Edmund Phipps 2 0 R. C. Brodie 3 3 ,Earl Giosvenor 20 0 Earl of Derby 10 10 Lord St. Helen's 10 10 Mrs. Elizabeth Martin I 0 Horatio Leggatt 5 5 Two Ladies      - 5   0 At Paxtou's. Rev. C. A. Belli 2   0 Two Friends . 1 10 John Wall -       2   0 10 10 5 10 2 t 5 0 0 0 0 0 1 10 10 lo 10 10   0 .-^JlfBircirs. W. C. Lani^iere 1 1 Mafl^CliiMAiiilelaji li>~.a Hon.,<^pl. (*. F. Cnat 5 5 Mrs. aitd.MiaaSilables 5 0 Cpuiileiaof Uttby 5 0 Si'vndrles        ,.   17. 9b. fid. At Marten, Call, & Co.'s. Mrs. General Junes       5   0 At Herries. Charles Selwin 3   3 ITighl Hun. Lord F. Montagu        .       2   0 At Hamroersley's. Albert Guignaid 1   0 John Hughes 2   0 At norland's. Mrs. Chandler 2   0 At Cocks'. Mrs.S.N. Kensington   1   0 R.Jones(HbuseCom.)   2   2 W. H. Savage 1   1 J. F. Norris      . 2   0 At Cou Its'. Mrs. C. L. Shipley       3   0 Miss Salome Whilelock 2   0 M. W. . 1   1 E W. . 1   1 Mrs. Marianne Tighe 5 O Mrs. Ann Mryrick 10 0 Thomaa Cockburn 5 0 Lord Uotham      -     10   0 At Snow's, A. W. C. 2  t At Gosling's. Mrs. Short Evan Law Rev. -nworlby         3  3 1 0 2 2 5   5 10 10 I   1 I   1 .Subscriptions will be received by Sir J. W. Lubbock, Bart. Treasurer, Mansion housc-str^l; at the several Banking-houses iu I.oodon and Westminster;-at Lloyd's Coffeehouse; and by the Committee, at �lie Kiug'a Head Tavern, Poultry. (Signed)     W.H. BODKIN, Hon.�ec. . This day i* published, price Ss6d. sewed, AN ENGLISH LETTBR OF TRUTH.to HON Est MEN, on the preiehl crisis of the  against Ihe liberties of tbe cdnntry.     -        -. As for my people, children are their opptrenor*. and women rule over then): O my people, they ^hlch lead thee, cause tliee lo err, and destroy Ihe'tt'Sy of thy paths."-The Piophe't'IsAiaH. ' Printed far Effinghjiin \y.il�oq, Royal Exchange. FOR SCHOOLS. Thisdav is published, Sixth-Edition, 4s. 6d. bound, IJILEGANTI^ LATINiE: or Rule* and Li Excises, illustrsliveof Elee�iit Latin style. iWended fur tbe use of the middle and bigljefc ClaMcs of GraaOMr Schools.  By tb* K*ir. fi. .VaLPY. B.D. Head Master of Norwich Sclniul.   Improved -and made easier. A general List of Phrases, an.d; an Index, are also added. A Key to thie L-ilin maf'be fiad>by a private written appli-calioo to Ihe Au^w^Jti^{pMgtt i|ie-Priuler.- PrietSa. Brinteffiy X. J-Valpy;. andaojd.!^ mUtafcos} Lang-roans; Risrioglons; and all other Boofcsellei^. Also, by file same, HOMERI I LI AS, with English Notes at the end, 12s. 6d. bound. GREEK TESTAMENT,improved from Hardy's Edition. 3 vols. 8Vo. 2/. 12s. 6d. bdards; large paper 4/. To prevent mistake, please to ask for Valpy's Editions. GOERRES' SUPPRESSED PAMPHLET. Just published, price 6s. 6d. IN THE, I'AWPHLETEER, No. XXX. conlitining GERMANY and the REVOLUTION, by PROFESSOR GOERRES, late Editor of the Rhenish Mercury, suppressed by tbe Prussian Government, and iiotr-translated from liie German, expressly for The Pamphleteer; besides ,�hicb", "The Liberty of the Press in Great Britain," by F. Von Genta; Mr. HeatbfieUl'a " Plan for Liquidating the National Debt;" >' Lord Erskine's Defence of the Whigs," and Six other interesting Pamphlets. Sold by Sherwood and Co.; Black, Kingsbury, and Co.; W. Carpenter;'and all other Booksellers. NEW VOYAGES AND TRAVEIi!, On Febru�.-y Ibe 1st will be published, closely printed in royal 18mo. wilh Maps, price 7s. 6d. each, in boards, or 8s. half-bound, Volumes Land II.(containing AFRICA and ASIA), of I^HE FLOWERS of MODERN VOYAGES and TRAVELS; comprising iho.e most worthy of Record, between the Years 1806 and 1830. By WILLIAM ADAMS, A.M. Thete " Flowers," which will be comprised in Four Volumes, embracing Africa, Asia, Anierica, and Enroite, liave been selected from the most valuable and-anlhetltic sources; and are particularly adapted for such Persons as N.~Ludgale.hill. FINE ARTS-Tne BATTLE of HA.ST-1NG3, painted by Mr. F. WILKIN, on a senile of 31 feet 6 inches by 17 feet 0 inches, is NOW EXHlBlV-ING at Ihe Great Room, Spriog-gardeni. Ooen fron N'.ie till Dusk.   Admit lance Is.   DescripiiOD of ibe Piriar.-'id. This day is published, price S �-*llEPftfVEB, du RBTOUft, ef thi REG.St; de NAPOLEON en l8I5; Par M. FLEURY Dfe CHABOUl.ON, Ex SicrMaire de I'Empereur Napoleo-.i .1 de sno Cahinef, Maiire dea Requites, au Coiiseil d'Elai. Baron, (iffiiur de la Legion d'HonueUr, Chevalier de POrdre de ta lie-union. Priuteil fur John Mnrray, Albemarle-slreet. A TRANSLATION of this WORK, 2 vols. (Svo. wil^ be published TO-MORROW. FROM LAST NIGHT'S OAXETIE. -'^asvf- MILITARY   PROMOTIONS. CommittiOnnigncil by Vie .Vice-Liittlevavl of (U^ yurik Ridtnt) of ihe Cowiiy uf \or^. To be Deputy-Lieulcnauls-Henry Cockerill l.ealhaoi  K-a -ddted October 26. 1819; Lord Viscount .\-.ro...nl.Y-l  q.- dated January 19, 1820. BANKRUPTCIES ENLARGED. James Grant, late surgeon of the Thum-is Coiitto I^a.t India ship, but now of Dingwall, Scotland, dealer, t'lum January 23, In February 22, al ten, at Guildhall, l.ondnn. Richard Hnlroyd, of Halifax, York, jeweller,-fioin J.mu-ar^ II, to February 29, al leu, al Ibe office of ^Ir. Juous Edward Norris, Halifat. BANKRUPTS. William BrianI, late of kenoinglna, Surrey, wine-mer. chant, to slirrender, February 5, , and Mtreh 7, at . Ii-ven, al Guildhall, London. Attorney, Mr. W. U. Claike, .Suolh-amploii-buildiugs, Holborn. Samuel Cowell, of Sultuu-at-Hnne, near Dartford, Kent, miller, lo surrender, January 29, February 5, auJ M�ith 7, at twelve, al Guildhall, London. Atlornejrs, ilessrs. ril.uii and Preston, Coleman.street, London. Alexander Fulljames, of GreeuhHhe, Kent,baker, to surrender, February 8, 19, and March 7, at one, at (ioildhall, London.   Attorney, Mr. Yalman, Arundel-slreet, SiranO. William Roscoe, John Clarke, and William Siaulry Hos-coe, uf Liverpool, bankers, to surrender, February 15. 1(>, and March 7, atone, at Ihe George Inn, D.ile.slre<-I, Lt�er-pool. Alloroeys, Messrs. Stanistreet and Edeu, Leigh-slicrl, Livei ponl. John Percy Clarke, of Drayton, Warwick, diah r, to aur. render, February 2, at six, 3, and March 7, ai eleven, at the Golden Lioii Inn, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwick- Aiiur. neys, Mr. Barnhurst, Stratford-upon-Avon ; and Mrssrii. Adiington and Gregory, Bedford-row, Loiuhm- Nicholas Gribbell and Muses Hellyer, of East Sloii.hun-:e, DevoB, builders, to surrender, February 7, 9, and March 7, al eleven, at Ihe Commerrlal Inn, Plymouth. Atlurneyi, Mr. William Young, Cliailolte-ruw, Mansion house, London ; and Mr. Thomas Wingate, Ktonehonse. John Wire, late of Colchester, Essex, grocer, to surrender, February 7, 8, and March 7, at eleven, al the Fleeee Inn, Colchester. Attorneys, Mr. Forbes, Ely-place, HolLoin; aud Messrs. Daoiell, Sewell, and Daniell, Colchester. John Rutherford, of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, woollen-drn-per, to surrender, February 9, 15, and March 7, at elrvtn, at the Turk's Head Inn, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Ailoiofys, Messrs. Bell and Rrudrick, Buw Chnrcb-yard, ClKap�idc, London; aud Mr- Wm. .Stoker, Newcastle. DIVIDENDS. February 14. J. Rimpier, of Liverpool, brewer, at one, at tbe George Inn, Dale-street, Liverpool. February 15. J.Chapman, of Margate, Kent, bakcr,at twelve, at the Royal Hotel, Margate. February 18. M. A. Watson, late of Farebam, Snulhamplon, mercer, at twelve, at the Red Lionlnu, Farebam. February 26. D. Bishop,of Great Surrey-street, Blackfiiars-road, upholsterer aud furniture-broker, at eleven, at Guildhall, Loudon. February 19. J. Collins and VV. Collins, of Oxford, lineu-drapers,at ten,at Guildhall, I^ndou. Februiiry 29. T. Eddisun, of Romford, Essex, lineu-draper, at eleven, al Guildhall, London. February 17. J.Ranyard, late of Stickney, Lincoln, farmer, al eleven, at the Red Lion Inn, Boston. February 17, J. Wall, late of Preston, Lancaster, manufacturer, at eleven, at the Wliite Horse Inn, Preston. February 23. S. Williams, of BrigbtheluisiOHe, Sussex, car. penler, al eleven, at the Prince Regent's Hotel, Brig/.il-helmstone. February 19. B. Deacon, of Red Lion-square, Mi.-.'iJlesrx, earthenwareinau, at ten, at Guildhall, Looduii- February26. M. Bluudell, B. Blundell, and Blundell, of Hofborn-biMge, London, wholesale diapers, at ten, at Guildhall. CERTIFICATES.-February 15. B. Wright, of Birmingham, victualler.- 1. .Mendus, ji.n. late of Globe-sireet, Mile-End, .Middlesex, and Little Cartir-lane, Doctors'Commons, Loudon, cabioet-'oaker.-J. Cousins, heretofore of Long-acre, hut now of Chatllon-sireei, Soniers-Towu, Middlesex, cheesemonger.-J. Brocklis.s, of Oxford, corn-dealer.-W. Hardy, of .Manrhester, drysaller.- G. Taylor, of North Bierley, Bradford, Yoi li, sno|ikeepcr.- W. H- Greaves, lale of Philput-lane, Lui;doi), liruggiid.- T. Hughes, of Cheltenham, Gloucester, porter dealer-- T. Meredilh, of London-slreet, London, merchant.- W. Bean, lale of White Horst-slieet, Piccadilly, .Middlesex, and of Blackman-sireet, Newinglon, Surrey, horse-dealer. PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. T. Beardsworlb and G. firadshaw, of Bi'iekburn, Lancaster, iittornrys, Jannnry 19. 1820.-J. Alien aud W. Allen, of Queenhilbr, London, rhecseinuugers, September 30, 1819__ J. Nrweomb, sen., .1. Newcomb, jon., and W. H.Newtomb, of Little Mew-street, Shoe-laue, seal-makers, January 1, 1820.-R. Atkinson and J. Atkinson, of Lamb's-passage, Cbiswell-stteet, .Middlesex, dyers, June 30, 1819. -J, Huu-   

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