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   British Press (Newspaper) - January 31, 1820, London, Middlesex                                Ibnr of die,IMcietaeda( helk; sn E  TR|aNS|.ATION   of   ilie  WOHKS   of ViriiGI^, partly original, and partly altered from Oryden ana Pllt. By JOHN. RING. Printed ,for Longman, Huist, Rets, Ormc, and Brown, i Of wbom Ijiay be had, by (he sime Aiillipr, price Ga.in bds. The COiM.MEMORATION of HANDEL, the Second Elilion, a od other Poems. FOR SCHtiOIA Ei    just publ'islied, pifce 4s. bound, XERCISES ill LATIN PKOSODY and VEI Isi^rCAt'lON, Willi  Exercises and QdealionB, I designed a a an lotrodnclion to the scanning and making 1 LATIN VERSES. The Third Edition. By Ibe Rot.'C. BR AD LEV. " The I ierosal of (his bunk has afiorded us iDurli satisfac-liiin ; and we can con^dently aay, Ihnt, of its kind, it is of a very supei i^or description.   With the arrangement we are particular) ty'pleased; the rules are developed with all pastii. J We ptnurii fiaily, and the rxamples are highly appropriate, J We :<^con ^^end these Exercises to the patronage of all f persons eu gaged in classical education,"-Crjl,JReV. AiigHSl, f;�!.'.. A KEY  may be had, price 2s 6d. Printed by A.J, Valpy, and snid by Longotftn and Co.; J nhittakers j; and all oiUcr BuoUsellers. or w bom may also be had, by the isaine Author: CORNE tU NEPOriS VIT.E; with English Notes, and I Qnestions   fur Examination, price 3�. 6d, bound.   Second Edition. .        , EUTROPIl HISTORiA, with English Notes and Quss-I lions, 2s. 6bonod.   Secnnd Edition. OVIUIl aHETAMORPHOSES SELECT.^, With Eng-1 lish Notes i (nd Questions.   Second Edition, 49. 6d. *� It hts been the tlesigii of tTi'e Editor .to expunge fiuui the ab bve Editions every ubjeclionablf expression,and ti) add ton forrectly printed text, Questions for the exa^ii. naliuB uf ihi' pupil, and short notes in Englisb; exiilandlory of hy, Mytholog)^, History, and Cn�t��iS�, of�h� 1 Ancients. bins.,-4. Eoima, on a Brumal Scene, Itiidosiiig a Fra�ment of;lhe Mad Banker.-'S, vltt!W�."f: tF�iid,.�|eliker;And . I�y.,t~l9.syi:f mW��> rM preparing fur Piilriiciiliou.-24. Munthjy.Liji of New Pub. Kfiliom.-35. Miiolhly ftrgisfrr;  '    Printed tor T, CndfJI nuil W. Danes, Strand, London; and Uilliam Ularkwood, No. 17, Princ  of Clieslrr, handsomely pr^ited two vols. 8vo. price 30s. boards, � ' ' -ri^.'VSSO'S JERUSALEM   DELIVERED: M- an Heroic Poem ;'with Notes, and occasional lllus-tralions. Translated by the Reverend J. H. HUNT, A.M. Late Fellow of Trinity Cullege, Cambridge. London: Prioled for J. Mawman, 39, Lndgateslreel. Mr. HuntV.hftld i>owers as a Translator often approach nearer to the graniienr and spirit uf Ihe original, than any IraBslalfon of the  lilmlera  Classits  that we  imssess?'- (.Monit.ly R.-v.-September, iSIO.;-" ll i� nalnable for its ample fidf lily, fur its learned comparison of passages in epic writers, and for the information contained in ihe Notes'." -ibid, June,. 1819. " The Translaior has represented the Antbor's thoughts in hi� own slylfc!, and reflected the forms of Ihe original in their own colours; and the result in, that he has enriclie^l his native [auguage with awurk whjch lias long beeu.greatly wanted, and than which thcie are few existing which will more deliglil rtie poetical reader."-See GenllemanV'Maga. zine, jHiit',.l>;19. " It eiilirely supersedes every translation of the Jerusalem DeliTcrid which. hi�� hilhtrto been presented to iK'e Pnblir; and .ve �'"' not heaifate to declare, that) in our opi-�ion, Ihe Tasso nf ^)> Hunt need not fear a comparisuu with Ihe H.lmeV ef Pope-."-Biitish Critic, ^^ay, 11S19. s-jf09i|ltiinUi ^' jr''Bi '���l olftJenevn ; ThsjTJramaf ArticU:; Rurtl Ecpnonucai t Wd fbr^kammihma' IN BLOOaiSBURY-SQUARE, four .loors from thie (op of Suuthumpton-streel, HolhurD, is the IKJSH LTNXN COiMPANVS ONLY WAREHOUSE in LONDON, ieslablished Twenty YeArs, for the SALE of IRISH SHIrllTING and SHEETING CH>rH by Ihe Piece, at Ihe tl^aclor's Price, warranted fur durability,colour, and to repay, the purchase money should any fault appear. TheCoinpaD t>, from the nature of their Establishments here' and in IrelaiVd, offer to Ihe Cnmmuniiy the above articles nuch cheape.t tbau Ifae^ can be procured through any other i Gutiinltrtiii^ | -urttce On Personal Cbarm-  )UlMths:'Ai>t>M c�?d; 3'^.>W \w"i ,rffiW*t w '� i (.of tjie AncieoU-. Hereafter, I "weuffefcter- Avon's Tile,' BW�;TBI%HCW;  SSifili ''lb"ldiiil' li^V l>i(6*^<< AinWi''^o(ilAi'y iir a' iit^r^ iir'irJnqnil. ititVv-^nd 1^1 ,lriift Ihali ihrr :pve^|e.:  ^","> "f. l�?^rnoie.ut,.Ufj.i?, mny ihinU unkise tU nrliameul, UfliiinoU uuS (tliobedienra '4o'tt4 Isiws^Siit ibat>a(liord^i4itir:Vltear,mfJsi!'*uppi>ri'one .ititOfhjE;rj Jl^Jnsure gi^otl,. ^ovfriline^il, be<|an5e�Jtei.jl?t an huiiesi, harmonious, and peaceable linion of Oil .classes lif ^le' Brtlitib petiph-. Do mhig rAuittr(':ein furlaayJiHig � i^rtioM,bj^ l,ho�&^li�^te.in.,Pat-liament, suuperted by rnergelir. Hut well-coHsidVryd e(Tiii Is I h SI I' ri lii.V i Wiies, inlgM 'yfel,; I'litpe,' riWnJt^'Bfi*' tn'til. i r'/ si.il. ,&ai(t!'ilaktJn^Vlac^;'>" � Jand hI��s�J �jih..*i�;ifer�jle (I) favourable a climate,, aud.su, excylleiit,!. boiistilill-ou, tC'iiimv very unfortiinaii ' Mistafci 'pb sptiB Wiih no -ftreater'bBcMiue^): bad bol> berii^uHomitlrit i^^'iliuie-who .Mve M long bef-ntrusted,)�i||rl^c.,n?^iiMiS�,ra,Hi^a our at;- ] Yatra.aDd *hii hare hitd alt the power whicIiBFarliaihenJ idi. ^pXUitifim^Haii ni'lhein^cabfd bestuwy aipoiMr^du)) wuhU '� ^hink, Vit^h might have heet;Jtr.Q6g;hl lU ibellor arcMauL #1^* respectfully announce, that khe Wheel ci^iilains . .  _ ~   ' 30 Money, besides nearly ONE THOUSAND I OTHER PRIZES of various ainonols, making in the jrbole an Excess of �6,348 beyund the usual Prize Money ol' the Loltery, The whole will be Drawn on SATURDAY, February 5. J. and J. SITEVVRIGHT, who Sold in Last Loltery. 1,658, a Prize' of 20,0(IOf. hope to experience a con-tipiiaiice uf pret^erence shewn to their old established aud fortunate Offices, 37, Ciirnhill; 38, Hayinaiket; n, Holborn ; Itl, Oxford-street, Where Ticket* and Shares are ou Sate in great variety. .At T HE TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MR. EVANP, bis  House,  No. 96,  Pall-mall, on WEDNESDAY NEXT, iFebrnaiy 2, and Six following Days; . Valuable PRIM'S and DRAWINGS ,f the late JOHN NORTH, Esq. including his cn-[ rious, fine, andexlensive Colleciions, tiriltustratc'Pennaut% London: his CoOerliun of Krilinh Portraits; bis Topo-gr:aphieal Prints am' Drawings; his choice Cullrcliun uf Modern Eiigraviijgs; his iiiir Woolletts, several of which are Proofs; his magnificent Colleclion of Original Draw, jngj, by Wrslall, O-om Ihe Scriptures; nearly all the Engrav. inga by J. and C. Heath, with Proofs and Private Plates ; a Proof of the Last Snpper, by Mnrzhen;  Purtruitg      ' JJrawings to illustrate Clarendon, &c. &c. aud S^ALCABLE STATIONERY, including the genuine �iOCK IN TRADE of Mr. d, COX, High-street, Bofuugli,. Stationer and Bookseller, a Bankrupt, j (By Order of the Assignees) By MR. SAUNDERSi ! AtMsCrrat Room, No 39, Fleet-street, on THURSDAY, February 3, aud following Day, at Eleven foj' Twelve o'clock precisely : i^^OMHIilSUNG, J5P   Remna  of   Carlrirlge ; 300 iReaiMs bf Post, gill and plain; i80-Reams of ! Pol; 100 Reams of Foohjtnp; an assemblage of Marble, Drawing, I'issue, i'iouBjiizinand qual 600 Dtiien Copy BoOlW, Peuti, -....., _ ferx, BIjiQb-lead: and JSIute Peppils;. Q^rf'p.  Pasle-boarda, and Faiicy.^latio.aery and C6Mit)6n Prijyers [Books; i^psrardsirflS, I day Schools anil ^eligioiia itiaii>i,..�,-, ! flAj�ker,jfev, Mr. ,Walkln**nnry.rigli Franr.e/" jSu;., � � To lb�(4e'wlfi) have iot'travelleii; it gives a'^ail^ut-ac. count of what is' to be seen; to those who iiifetHl tu trs*el, it aiPurds an Excellent plan fur their uperalinus,to those who have travelled, it wi(l awaken many pleasiuz recollections.   The route is, perhaps, the best which could have been taken." This day. are publi%hed, handsomely prititeil in demy 4io. with a fiiit Portrait of Sir Philip Sidney, beautifully engraved by C; Warren', price If.      boards, MEMOIRS of the LIFE and WRITINGS of Sir PHILIP iSIIJNEY. *' Nor love thy life, nor hate : birt what IIkui liv'st Live well': how long or short, penoit to Heaven." Milton. By THO.MAS ZOUCH, D.D. F.L.S. Prebeiri'iry of Durham.-The Second "Edition. London: Printed for J. .Mawman, 39,  Lodealii.streel; and Payne and l-^oss. Pall-mall; and WiUon and Sons, York, Of whom ina^ be had. The LIVES of Ur. JOHN DONNE. Sir HENRY WOT-TON. Mr, RJCHARD HOOKER,  Mr.'GEORGE HER-BERT, and Dr. ROBER f SAN DER.SON.   To which is now first added, LOVE and TRUTH, by Isaac Walton. With Notes, and the Lii'e of the Author, by Tiiouias Zouch, D.D, F.L.S. Prebeudary of Durham. " These were honourable men in their generations." Eccle8.44. ^. The Third Edition, very neally prinleil, in two volumes 8vo. embellished with Portraits, price If. 89. in boards. Thia dav is puLli�he tctes; Births,' Dealbli.abdiMarHageB; Markets, Slocks, &c. 3IR. I^ox's BIRTHDaV, AT rat royal Hotel, Edinburgh. -�--�ss�.-1- -'  - � ' febtirBtjfibiic jakImrV 24. Lord Erskine, in the absence of the Duke uf Hatpillop fwlio was expected, but ~^was indisposeiDi ,w�s re({'nest�(i to : lake the Chair,   Nearly one tuuilred must' riiip'eciable iGea-tlemen beinj; assejiibled,         . . Lord Erskinr, after eiving Ihe health of his Majesty, whicli  was di-iink iu silence, and of the' PrihceRegeM, , which was drunk in three limes. Ui^e,, said-" Gei^ifieitKO,' before i announce to- you, Ihe ne^t toasi ou yonr list be. , fbie me, �z, 7'S� linmoTtal Stem Ty' of (fhariu' Jamea .P^x, 1 ipust endeavour to pireface, jt.wtihm very -frtr ' words.   The kind and flattering ..manner iu which you have received me, by calling upon me to preside in Ihe ab-senceof yonr Noble ChairmaR,-ab9se indisposition |. very much lamciil, has p{m:ro me under a uilScully that I am not ablfe to cottceil.   I feel much kflec'teil by this scene so � new lo me.   It is not as if I were at the Loudna Tavern or the Cmwn and Anchor iu .England; and, inderd, I never 'even presided -there on this Anniversary, the Cbair being j always filled by some person of the bightnl distinction iu ' .that part of the island.   1 expecleil only, besides, that you Would take notice of me as a guest, and 1 thought it b�it lo Irilsl to the feelings of the oceasioD, in i^elWuing you knj; .thanks;-but it comes upon ine rather .aUrmingly, aud (ou much u|h>n the sudden to be the first, and spe^aking also tri sirangerri, lotake'lhe lead'on fbe'subject 6f Ibis me&Orabl^ day; rT'r.usting, however,to your kind iadiilgeoce, I will speafc  r coldness; ^o-bwre^ liioughl, as i.have Iieartf, thatthe liigMldWf power a'n4*> srtlteJ.it-tJiejRiivpiutjoni.rna iii-#.W^�iu�;^�s|]e'cially fur iriej^hu Almost daily was b witness to tlient for s9 'Very many yearn; Without being lust and.uvecwhclii^ed by Ibe mi'illitiide of lUe objects 'ihry em'bi-aced; whilst my'mind is at Ihe s'ani'e'moment drawn aidda'from them, by, if |iossible, Ihesu^irrior cl'iarar-ter.of his temper and qualiflcalions as a private man. Gen. iVemeu, this is all that I can say lo yo'ii-t was tiorn iu (he ,s of Footetap; an assemblage 01 marme, e, l?rUitiog, PacHinft audpther Papers, va. oalities; Account and Memol-andam Books; iv Boolu. pens. aoillJ,' Sealing-wax, �Va. THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES ARE SOLD BY Siiiix PERFUMERS. ATKINSON'S VEGETABLE DVEch^n-ges Grey or R.ed Uair tik a permanent Brown, or Black, anil which washiii||t tenth-xs more durable, ^I'lie l^roprietor hopes Ihi's Dye \i ioo'geueraily knowii lo require ifitlu^iurn, he mei-ely wtshes. tO; i:uil,tton the Public ug:iins^ various itnitniions. . The genuine has always the Proprietor's sig- ''"ATRIfiSON'S CURLING FLUID gives a beautiful gloss to the Hair, and keeps it iu ciirl during exercise in dancing ur Walking, or in'damp weallier, ' It is also a fhiist sor. prising regenerator of the H:ii( ; fur its peculiar virtues iu Ibis respect, see-iiuinerubs casee. of Gcutleipeii who have recovered their 'hair" iiftet being bald for years, i'u'art Essay oil'the nature of-Hair; Fkctosrtl round each Btiltle. ATKINSON'S A.HaiiOfSlAL^SyAP, made by d hew process, wiiirh ifivests it of all irrttaiiiig'qii'alities'.' Itre, iiiuyesf1'e^kIes,'Tirdnes?,and hardness from the skin, prevents ils chapping, and m^kes it soft, wlMttp^j and even. It is olso prepal'^d .wi^h Naples Soap fur shaving, and'is peciili'a'riy ddapteil to'GciitleiHen Wliii havbtender faces,': It brafea the Skin, ami toikes Ibe ruzun'dcl.iitoch easier tbaii |jy tbe,cam. J 'iDonjnriMi \ '\:,   , ' ._i   ; ',     ..^ \ ,.44, Gct'ra.t'ij't'yrS Sniitj-tg'u^^^ other nations of Elirope, giuriedbys'acb an example, iniitead uf uniting and coinbating that great but disttactisd couiilry, by an uiijusl iuVasion of ber territory; hail pirudrntly re-inained in (heir uWn, in ah attitude uf seir-deEence, and bus-lirinding the ineani.uf jt uiiHI they #tipe attacked-a period, I cunfideutly maiulain, wbicll wdiilil never have arrived-^ Fraure knight liever have iiuugbt lii ekl^id her doininiun by foreign cunqiiests, ifheroainintleiij^Udrucebadiio(,be�b wantonly insulted. Bud, by n ^(iusplHry of uatioiis, put iii fa'a. zard. Against sill this,'Ivlf, Fuli unifoi-mly protested. The language of $cKplure ' applies equally to all ntrii-^ their/ruiU jie.thal(,kno>Bjhtm.r^ Sovf what are' the friiii's of (he system i>e have't>j)|>a'^d} 'tinr'i:duniry,- Ihb-finest lipon the earth, the garden Dftbejirorldt the buasle<| seat of freedom an'l hatipiuess, has hre�ins a sfcene of the indsi con-, Hiding privnliuiis to ibe grtf'at'body'if ihe pieoplej'piiiluc-iiig inevitably proportional discontent.; W^ are; staggering under a t^xBlioo beyond a|l. .example in (he history of the world, arising'from a debt o'f'nearly a'ihuusflhd liiilHiilTS of iiol Contracted, sis litlS beM asserted, niideh ibe tnoney-  ----.........----, - pi-essureof iuevitable,,cbnjuflctn(:esi bnt iiicurred only ta niTe circumstances of my singularly chequered' UfeJ that I cattle to know bim, lo huBpur bini, and to act with him ai I ; did. My own time, Gentleiiien, is now fast liHstening to a coh'cfu8ian,and ils termination cannot be distant; hift when, ever it shall bi^peo,' 1 sfaonlddicsire ,lu be relnemtiered by no belter a tonb-sloue Ihai^ (bis-" Thomas Erskide, a friend and companion of Chairtes Fox"-Genlle'men, I Ibank you veryaiucerely fur your indulgent kindness and patience, Th)e Noble   t ricK." � The Earl bf Lauilerdaie," ii iieing liis iirirt6-day, of whoitl iLord ^Erskine spoke in the wariliest language uf .friepdahip. '" The Houses of Bedford and Devonshire, Hamilton and ArgyTe, ^Leinaler, L&Hsdown;'Charterouni;and Wll Ihe Whigs of the United Kiag BCt,t |iro|iosbd " The health of Mr. Fletfcher; a warm and isdrly asserlor of Borough Reform in Scotland." Tli^ meiiiories of great men deceased were nut forgotten-^ W^sj^ipglon-Sir Samuel Romilly-Mr, Clark of Isidou, the f'alher of Mr. John Ctark-^Lord Newton-Profeteur Millitj alid many otlter emini-bt.mert of Scotland, Tbe day. passed with the utmost cordiality, and the cbin. pany did not separate lilt past eleven oVUirk, The Hoii, Mr, MavLk proposed " THI; healiU of the Chairman; and IheiTrial by Jury" Ijird E^'sKlNB said, J he bad the good furtiine to exposr, in so ibany instances, the atrotit^ ind absurdity rif that loa'g-stttnding usurpation  >9nuel; of. Plyinoulh-Duck, Devobj tiavy-azent, � , BANKRUPTS. WilllBin^Mqrlipgt of Heybtidge, Essey, brewer, to surrender, Febiiuary,^^ 19, and Match 11, at ope, lit Guildhall, Loiidoh, ' AtloTo^ys, M'r, Cooke, Keivedbu, Esse^ ; and II r, Batites, MilelEud.. Nicholai! Ready i^edwicli, of College-bill, London, nirr-ihant. Id surrender, February 1, l2,aiid Mairch ll;at twelve, BttiulldbalL  Attorney, ^r. Koaggs,Cln(nge.alley. - William, Davies, late uf Caerphilly, Glainureali, woollen-maiiufactuicr, to surrender, FebrUiiry 5, 19, 'and March 11, a��l�yeii^'atiol,   A(ipi,n.ey�, M<-�siji. Dauiel, Brist-i| j and, Mr, Pi^nrsoii, Piiui|i-< out 1, ri-mi-l-'^ LoihIoii. ' ' ThtTi'nh* fiinidry, �.f'Gilldfiilinty, Ctfrhwali, ui'-k li:iiii, lo #c}r^l-iide�, FrUfU%iy.l2,yilj)he .Star lllij, li. I'Ooil. IS.      the Aii�(-I Inn, Heistoo, and Mnr'-li 11, hi i, o, .41 ihe Sisi Inn. Hilii.m, Oinrwal'l.  AiidriieV*, 'Mr. Fulf.ii! PiipiMiaiM- ii|gii,T iuduni ulld'AIr, IUigrr�,'^JeM^.ii. ^iUieii.Guiidry Hiid William (joni!rj,(ilf^iil.li.rioi' y, Oitin- waH.'hiert'liants, lo sWtriiidei-, Feftra.-iry 8,      iTik fwar liriii, HjiIsIuh;      at'>ke Aii^ iiui, Hr1siu!i, jin-l M-i>i Ii 11, at l a I    Ailoi ti. y�. iVJr. t^riletl, PBper-buildijils.Teihple, Loud oil ; and .^ir. KogcrS; I H ry 0L'al fortr, Febrimry 1, and ALirc-li ll.ai'elt;. veil, it  iHe C�nrt-lidW9<', t^eprfs,   Allorii. jt, Mr. -Riill'yi'.J JEli-wceryflane, Lobilon; and Mr, HargM-av,iB,.|.iril,...  ; ' rt'dliam Fji.oflhe F,.tchanee-fc iiiiitiiit:^,.I.iiii iirnreii^'rler j iFebruary �4, 24,dnd.MiiVn, j.ite of Francis street, T.ineithini coOri-road, biil ii'uw of Tullenhaiii'-Cunrl.ruad, .Wi.l.lU-cx. walcti ioalser, l K'�sra. Bi'-ioks iiii.i Graoe, Joliil-slVeel, BedfonUrow, Lmilnn; George Ford, laieuf Oxfuril-sireel, .XidJVsrs. tilvrriimitli, ,lo,aurreude/, Fehru-nryd, l3, and March 11, at uii, ai Guild ball, Ldn'dou. Allot^iiey, .Mr. Tucker, Barlletl's-buildiiigs, Holborii. Ji.hii Slcvensbn;of Brnad street, Blnnnisbury, Middlesex, corn-rbauiUer, lo siirreHiler, February 2, 12. and .March 11, lit ten, at GiiiliHiall, London. Ailurhey, .Mr. Jobn, Puls-grave-placeiTemptei Thuilius Freame,jif Worresirr, rQbinet.m:ik�'r, to surrender, Fehruilrj IB, 17, and Malrli 1 1, at vIeVeii, al lire Hop I^ule Inn, Worcester: Aitoniiiys, Mr. (littanl, Worrrsler ; and Mvssrs. Cardale, Buxioo, aud I'arlby, Gra^'. Inu, LondiJn. - James Pearson, of Beestou Roydrs, Leed<, clntbier, to surrender, Febrliary- 7, 8, at the Codrl-lio,U*c, l,redfi, and M-arch li, at eleven, at the C'a.slle o^ Vork. Allorneys, Mr. Mikiiison, Temple, London; aiiil-Mr. FoilvUj Lerds. Edward L'lngwOsthyv of Caniliiu-slrevl, l.uudun, patkrr, lo surreudel', t'ebru.-iry 5, 12, and March 11, afelrven, at; tiuildliall. Atturu'ey, ,Mr, Gaiues) Ciruline-strecl, IKdlurd-tquarr, Thi�n�a� O'NeiWi bfNeweisllestfeel; near the Strand, iViiildtesex, wine-itiiprchant, t cI. Frfrruary 29. T. Crhse, of Chatham, Keiil,  brewer,  al twi Ive, at GoildliHIl, Loililoii. February 22.   F; .'\tau>f.iwl, ot Lincoln, grdc�r, at eleven, at the Sarsben's Head Inn, Liiiioln, February 29,. It. Spooiicr, of Corniiill. Luodfln, wuollru- draper, at len� at Guihlhall. February 99.  1. S, Rains, -.if Wi^piug-will, merchant,"atj ieii, at Guillihall, l;on.1on, . ,    j February 20, M. B>n>"l'^l>> Bliiudfil, and 5. Blandrll, of Holliurn bridge, London, wliolcsalcdraptrs, at ten, a� Guildhall. February 29i J-Culjiliert, of Colchester-atrect, Se.vage gar den*; Loudon, wti'io merrtianl, -at twelve, at Guildliall. February 22.   W. Hill; Of BirDiioKhain, blittunmahCT, at twtlvn. nl Ibe Woulpack Inn, Birmingliam. March 4. T. Robinson a-jil      S. Kobinsoii, of Freeman's-' toort, Coriihill, Loii/ou, merthauis, at'trn, at Guildhall. February 22. T. Stuing, jun. of Great Grimsby; LiaculD, iroumuncer, a(-etpven� uL the . B'ue .Sumc -ril.Tern, Luutb^ February 21. T. �Bluke, of Coucs, in lli'e I�le of WinhlJ Soiilhampton, brewer, at one, nl ihe Su'n Inn, Newport,. February 19. H, Heath; of lalingion-ruail, Middlesex, deakf iu picturm, at leA; at Guildhall, LniidoH. �.,    � CERTlFlCVriiS__FtBBUAiiY, 19. T. Mftrshall> of Tone, Yulk, coru-dealer-,M, Jacobs, pf Cbarles-slreet, .Solio.sqnare, Mid llesex, glass merrhani ^ J.Levy, of Ro�emary-lane, Mirtdl'six, slop^elle^.-J. King", of Y-eoVill, Somerset, �boiitot-lli'r,-J. Kui^fes;. of Kingsltinj upon-Hull, merchaut,-r?R. Say, of PipfrV-tun,. Ashcruf^ Sopirr?et,;Wiue.niercb9ul.-T. Euglwl.,"(. Smithfiehl, Loiij don, vintner.-J. Hnoroch, of l.ino hoiise'' Hole siairs, Allt Saints, Poplar, Middlesex, m'ast-maker.-^G � thiisley, of Pic-etidilly, Mirldlesex, milliner.-J  f Hollo�!.y,, Mid.tj.tex, car^ penter,- II. Bnrrhall, of Ashiuii, ,\lnccleNfield, l.ji�ca,'ter^ d'liler.-S. F. Ltilsorii, of C:iunou-8tie�.l, Loudon, tin-piaie-manufacturer, PRICE OF SUGAR The averase piire of Brown^>r .Muscovado Sugar, roro-pnted fiuin llie nviurns made in tbe week eliding rheSGib day of January IS^O, is 35-i.C^I, per huiulrrd weight, vx-cliMive of the Duties of (Uisioins paid or payable thereon j on the importaliuu thereof into t^ient Brit.aiu. PRICES't)F CORN Average Prices, of Corn of England �nd Wales, by tlit j Quarter of Eight Winc-liestrr RuBhclK, aud of Oatmeal pci ; boll of 140lb3. avoirdupoise, fiont Ihe relnrit* received in ihr'j week etiiled tlie 22il of January, 1820. xasperate the evils against wHicIi we had to cbntt'ud, diid I and Bdwiiian, BroadrSti'vel-buildings. 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