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   British Press (Newspaper) - February 7, 1820, London, Middlesex                                TWQ faWDR^D I^0{7!$II>S{flE?A^. C�EVE�AL ANONYMOUS LETTE RS ^ been eat, witbni ilH!�e,fi{� ycaf^^^y tde Two- �PfMt. to Captain Vl^peNTi.si) P^fWm* i�ho (lisi^iei' aiid iaifkaeldriiy prove'by irfaoni tbe nid Leiten were tompOfed, wriKcD', Bd'MDt.'. .i ](f.B,-�N�>FrntctuIiOD ia {nlciMjed, |be ouly object in rirw being Jlo ditcover llie 4a)bor �b4 Writer of Ibe taid te(�r�. il^piinrttoii to be made toKTr. Sfailbrd, Cbief Clerk at Boir^treel, %ho wfti pay the Regard upon iuCb -diicorenr andproefbeia^ Atade lobisaatiafaclioa; ^ . -tify tO]ire|i�Fe'An4di1�ri$rK�dili6B;bTliR iyan*)U'i:oAllH^  �Taa.o.ri|;iaaljy'ihl�ideft, |be publication '��,�* : '"���'P'W!y tfefinrid froJn Thursday'till Ti'nerfay, whep it will iMJiitiifiely'take place. 1       -  . THE AOB OF ELIZABETfti > . ..,Xbi�,da�Are iHjblilbed, in Svo. price 12�. IECRjjRBS. chiefly an the DRAMATIC J LITERATURE of the AGE.of ELIZABETH.- Delivered iai tfie'Surrey Intfituiiun By WILLIAIVT HAZLTTT. Printed for Slodart and Slei>arl,'M, Strand; and Bell and Bradfnle,. Edinburgh. or " A VIEV >m ,may be bad, by the nme Author, of the ENGLISH ST APE, 8to. 13t. 6 5 1 2 1 (HO ' By Mettrt. UnimmoDd. Lady RBereaford        I P iiir R. Wilmol, Bart.     S b ilrv. E. Braidfurd        I I Lady Poltenry   ,       ft 0 Mr. Neltd-Motttaea     I 0 E. M.           -          1 0 ;rTyor Curate           1 0 By Mesara. Moare. Bight  Hon. Lord Bdiidea       - MO Lady.Mordaaat 10 0 Atiiupnoaa     -       5 0 tTRCi^NT DISTRESS. THE WIDOW JF*|lEN�i( ana BENEVOLENT sociETr; loiiiluted Augn�l 180^4 for.�irit-iopand reiiefni); ihVSick irad'di�lrteed Puoi' ^I'tbeir own HMritations. The Fniidir of Ibe Society (when the late ap. pral waa made ta.tlie' Public) wer6 vxbauited, and i|i cotise. queiiceof it*, limited meaoa the Commilirp wer^ compelled to rrjrcl abuul 308 applicatipDa, and to siiapend their relief to upwariia of 100c!i^Messr8.Hoarei 37, Fleet-street; Messi-s. Drnmraoiid, Cbariiig^-cross; Mesar�. Browne, Langliorn,'�nd Co, 95,'BtYcklersbury; likewisa by Messrs. Hatchard and St�n, )190, Piccadilly. STRAND. SALMON, ODY, and CO. most r��|�ctfolljr hifonn the Public, that their PATENT SELF-ADJUSTING TRUSSES Continue to be recommended by all ili�.muat eminent Surgeons in Town and OMOtry. The lajiriiigs are so constructed as to admit of increase or de-ptuse iti size and force; will answer fur .right or left side, wilhont the least incunveoienoe to Ibe wearer, reqairing no iHideritrap, or other galUni; bandage. The.Pateptees have the hooourto supply the Amy and Njiyy, the Kaval and Military Hospitals, the Dock:yarda niitl Orduapce, ihe Marine Infirmary, the Honourable Bast JWa Company, tlie City of London'TVuss Society,the Mary-le tiese, .1\'iverMeomb, Bristol, and Denbigh liifirmarics, the HiddicKK Hospital, &r. &c. &c. .4 Mawiftetory, 293, Strand, London; et a la Galerie du Pfllafti Royile, No. 1(58, a Paris. Persons residing in the country, sending .the cir-C'niAfennee'of the body across tlie hips: oi�y di-pend wj/dk being accurately fitted. Sold by Botler.and Sons, No. 94, SaekviDe-slree'l, Dtib-Wiij; and one dx more Drugzists iu every principal Town in "Englftpd. , HTHE FOLLOWING AttTlCLES ARB SOLD BV MOST '   PERFUMERS.   ' * TKINSON'S VEGETABLE DYEchabges �S Grey or Red Hair ta t, (iermaoent Brown or Black, Sand wliiieb:wBsfaiug renders more dnri^ble.. The Proprietor Kiopes t^ia Dye is too generally knoyn to require eulogium, ^le, merely wishes'to cantioo the Public ngainst various iimiliJiona, The jen'uimi haa always the Pr^iprietqi's sig-'nalAre. ' -  -ATKINSON'S CWRLING FLUID gives a beautiful glo� io the Hair, and keeps it in curl during .�xefci�e in dsiicius 'fit walbipgfor ip damp weaiber. It is also most sor-iprisingregeuerator of the Hait; for its ^fculiar �rirlues in iWs reiipect, see numeroui cast's'of Gfctllleraen Wbn have recnreircd their liBir after heing bald faryeiM-s,. iu an Eis^ pn llie uatiire ot Hair, enclosed round.eaeb Bottle. ATMNSON^S AMBROSIAL SQAP, mi-de by. a .new Itre- ti>tepar�i wlrt Naples Sonp : for' ahavlng, and is peculiarly adapted to Gentlemen who have tendv fae�a�i!l* brte^.lJiA ^:�,on iMtljjHl,    , , * -A4i.H�mrJl-�ireet, JoJ THE cfilebrBted ANTMMiPETIGINES. oj , SOLOMON'S DROPS, stand in the biglieat'eatima. (ion far tbc-cure of the scurvy, scrofula, leprosy, and Mil disorders originating Tn an impure state of the blowl; biloc gradoal, gentle, and �tmost impereeptibte In IbeiirvpcraliDn, swreteniBg Ihe.bloodt andstimulat'mg it to expel all ooxions and impure juices, giving strength and lone Iu tbe nerves, enlivening and envigoraling both:body and mind. Price 1 la. per bptlle, or fvurin one Family Bottle for 33s. by whfcboiie (Is. bottle if saved; with the words, " Saml. Solomon, Liverpool," engjraved on (he stamp, without which none are genuine. ^ Sold by Leigh, 18, Sl^nd ; .^con, ISO, Oxford-street; Butler^Chcaji^eJ jult, Ex '"E, to proceed in the execution of their respective offiires, pursuant to tbe 6tji of Queen Anni'iand the a7th df his'late Majesty.3 - MILITARY PROMOTIONS, Oglee of (Mnanee, Jcmtuirg aft^t�aO> ; -, ^^-^^QarTttita ta>lti�H3attette%'r tfie tat liiaiui^ Royal Regiment of Arlillery-Second Captain .Robert New-land, from the half-pay of the Regiment, to be Second Captain, vice Sumervillc, retired upon half nntr   dattd Dfcrmber 2,18t9. �~�   , Cummiitiotu signed hy the Lord Lieutenant ^ the County 0/Oxford. ' 4th or Eastern Regiment of -Oxfordshire Loel^ Militia-^ John ijBlnckall, Esq. to be .�ieuleiiant. all. Allorney, Mr. Clarke, Bisbopsgale-streel-'Wilhout.., Juhij Fiitlcartun, of Manrbester, saddler, to snrrender, February 18,19, and March JS, al two, at Ibe White Bear Inn, Piccadilly, Manchtiler. Attorneys, Messrs. Wright and Cole, Temple, London; aiiH Mr. Dumvile, Piccadilly, Manchester. Thomas Winilealt,of Bridjetown, Berry Pomeroy, Devon, woollen-maniifncinrer, to surremier, February 18, 19, and Mareli 18,Al at'ven, at Weakley's Hotel, Plynaoulh Dock. Atlornt>s, !W��ar3. D�rk, Church, ami Darke^ Red Lion-*qqare,:|jondo'ui and Mr. Tink, Plymouth Dock. Jl'iiom�� Haunch, of Liverpool.  , to surrender, Febrnary 16, 'qt six, 17, mid Li^uri>quare, London, aud M . Kuightlej; and Soii^ Liyeri>aol; ai^d .^lefsrs, Clarke, RieliVi's oud Me.dcalf, CJjan'cer jVUne, L W�bbi Tyodall, and Rawlius, Birmingham. ..�.���^�\ Charles 8je��rl�,pf .KiuiKiou-npon-Hulli wiue abds^t^ .t ie�.�t-tlHJ|teiig'Aiu[TO^^ lC}t>|{t<�6afi<�i^HftTjlI �ilderi^Tebni*r�^ ut GnildiUti, iioaddla. Attorney, Mr. liiebells, Castleftrlraet, Jlolborm Thomas Lipsham, of St. Jamea-ttreet, St. James, Weatr minsier, Middlesex, .antfectioncr,. to anrrender. February 8, 15. and MarcK 1% at (welv|e, at Gnildban, London.' Aitm-'-oeys, Messrs. Rrdulr ^en, at tiuiid-hall,' Lotidbu. Attorney, Mr.'Glyuea, Bitrf-iirtcl, East Smilbfield, London. Thomas Le ChevaBcr, lute of ^tton-Vnderedge, Gtou-remlpr,b.ut n^w priwper.iJi tbe-Klng** Bcuch'prisoB, rom-mod-b^wer, to ~ snrraiider, February IS, sna March 18, at eleven, at Guildhall, Londdii.- Attorneys, Mtsin. Price, Williaimarand^hilf, LinepiatC-Ino, London. DITIDEN^S.-February 3.5. M. A- White, of Great Xogge*|ial<� Eoex, clotbier,'at eleven, ai the Red Lion inn, Colcbes|er. February 26. %, iSinilh, of Tothill-alr^t, Weslmia^er^ Mid-' Idtesrx, china-man, at eleven, atGaMdhall, London. JFebriiary 25. R Fcltoiii of Lawrenee^fVmntaey.Une,^ London, and of Righbury-house, S^idlesex, bvqp-inerclraat, - at eleven, at C|utldba|i, Lmidod,   '   . February 38. B. Gibbon*, joa; ami T. Stoke i>-field� Middlesex, nurseryman^ at-twelve, at fiuildbjUl, LoodEMr; CBIntI r�a^:ji�S&*iU5iwie,^^ |rtrif^ .Xnii, Stockport. February �9. ,M, Wotbertpoon, ci Uvcrpoal, merdiaBt, at twelve, at tbe GeorgeIbD, Liverpool. . Fdirjiary29. A.,.Edmondi^ ut Stritod, next Rochester, and of Chatham. Kent,-and T. C. Rtrrett, of Strlwd,. com-, . factors, at one, .at Guildhall^ Loodon. March 3. J. Hoyland, of ..Kw,tlia�ley, York, grocer, at .elrten. at^the Dnlpbin Iniik ^imt^Mt. VebrUarySS'. ti.'&rammer, of ,V('oadlioW, Toifk, man-mer- ier, it twelve, at tb%To*h Half, Sfieffield. February 38. S. Sewell^of Aldengate4lrcet, LoodoB, plam- ber, at ten, at Guildhall. February 3S. G. Sin^son, late of C�|rtba1l-emirt, Loodon, merchant, al ten, al Guildball.; February 13. C. Macfiensiei late prCaroline.streit, Bed-ford.sijttare, >iit now a prisoner in'tbe King's Bench prt-s6a, mereliant, at ten, at'Gaitdhalij London. February 19. D.Chapinita, BO�r 0r.lata.or Fcvenbam, Kent, . butcher, at ten, at QuiUhatt) �pD4m>. F^br^ary 26. H. Siffkebf    .Bush^laoci London, mercbant, at twelve, at CuildbalL Febmary W._ S. WBIi*, of WardpurHltreet, Wrrtmioiter, coach-maker, at eleveil, al 'Gttildhaiti: 'Londoiu Febraary 36. J. P, H.,H�gedorn,ariO!M Broad-street, London, mercbanl,atelevea, at Guildhall. February 38. W, Baker,,iii t^e^, dyer, at clevM, at Ihe Court House, Leeds.    , . ' March 36. J. Howett, of S�]-, WartiDVIaae, Middl^ex, builder, at eleven, at Gnilfliall, London. February 39, T. Qoriiig, of Staioier, Middlesex, tailqr, at one, at Guildhall, Lopdoa. February 39. J. Bayly; qf Kliey,. Esses, dealer, at twelve, at Gnildball, London. February 38. H. Dooderdalf, late of � London, mereblot, at eleven, at the Bridgewater ArnU Inn, Mahcbealcr. February 36. J. Kirfchara, latepCAere-farm, Stafford, farmer, at ten, al Chiiidhall, Lpiidoo, February 34. G. Pardon, .of Piymaoth, Kneo.Jraper, al ten, at Guildhall, LondoU." FebruarytO.G. Eilenbank^ of Dbrkingj Surrey, narsery- mao, at twelve, at Gaildfa�l|,^t RT Si9. 8. Locke, of temple^pl'ac^iiSferrey, ikatRj^N, f. F*!-Iowes,of Foot/dling-trrnbe,   Inn-road,' HsIIwV'q, Middlesex,' paiiiter aiid glaii'el';.^^.^ Ouarton. of Yiirlivbutcher. -T. A. Minthiuj of Portimoiilb, Hants, banker.?^.: Kcdi-Ing.and.Rflprpblpf, oSiRirtt^Pl^ralriBet, Londw^l^ ler�.-r^. ,ruber, o[f..�|S8ct5�*ib,;,ch!i}ceat�r.,    . (Crocer.-joiin Edwarit CiwwtlijKbf ^^iymti�tt|t-^ von, modejf-sdriveiirir.^bBepb 'Wtnaife,''l9r fifeiri PriiSil^i�q4��>e, ^'^w^Whill,'Eiand0n;/iiblp:^ea)>^ B'. Kemp, now or late of Liverpool^; :L3i^CMlier,~i ia>lrebam, -fT- Mhttlty, of>P6rl��a,;l|�MU,,,rteaiJpi;.)��d.�^ii>.i^^^^ Carruihepi, late of,Tower,slrtetj.l^^m�,!l�pJiM||j2t|.piy^- L'idn.'strey^Nm^dti-nigat^'nidcMt^ a^ker.i^{^: "Walker^ iiif. Bir�iitAiii9?rtVsrwiek^.I|^ Ar. Walkrr >�b4 J. Walker,p �Uii^ Kent, paiviibt^uliorsi J^litiAa^'^illS)fii-4::S^ttntiut,^^ i: Ryle^ -of: Covfe�tj^i-,/ihboi�iflkanq|WrtiBers, ,f�i>irt?�2|, isse^w, Lowe >><� -r.;Wjria?, pOts^p��i^.to!!tt .  . Pftie^QF CORN. ATpafje PrictWor Cimt of Edj^aiid and Watei, by the Quarts of Eight Wlachesfer Bobell^aad of Oa^eafp^ boll atin^. erairdaptiic, frtiiit thifrrelmMa i�oeivcd Hitlk twefc/MiIca. Ihattth of Jaduary. 1830. �i	i:		J! .?	1	�1  .		1* |,. M.   d MO	fo 11	33	a. If S3   7	44 10	�.  l�l^1)i'^r4i�tKaMllBett^iH'l>(^.tiw fotdtNurM�J,(4Nts�ijf�H*�Brrt^ Extract frota Warburlm't' Letters, Nov. i9, 1760:- Nicholt, Potter, and T. Wilion^ or.Wettinifiiiter, preaching one after another, b.edaubed the new King, whii, a* Lord iVlansfield tell* me, espresied hit offence publicly, by tnyini;, that he came to cha|)el to bear tlie |>r�i�e� of Gud, and not his own. Sir Joshnii, Beynold* l^d asinall liouieon Rictf mond-hill, bnilt for hi* recreation, on a plao by hii fri�nd Sir William Chambers. It wuf liia custom freqoeritly in tiimtner to dine at this place whh select partie* of friends. It happened lome time before he ma� to be elected Mayor of Plympton, that one day after fining repuring their dinner, by roMtiog B joint of meat, bung by s, string from the roof, us  substitute for a Jack^ iHis Majesty, who was unknown, asked theifi tfhatba^ become of their jack. "We hav� not mooey to btty one," was the answer. "The Kiug said uothiiig; but, on his departure, two guineas were fannd on tlie chiin-, ney-picce, wrapt itp in a paper, pI^wJlicb was writ-'tin with a pencil-r-" To buy a wc^.** �Tiie King some years ago having ptii^hsaed a horse,, the dealer pot into bis hands a.largesheet of paper completely written over. *^ What's this said the^King> ** The pedigree of-the horse which jour Majesty has just bought*" w^i.the answer. < Take it baclt. take it back," saifl (be King, laughing; "it wjll do just as welt for the-next horse you sell.* Aber the King's recovery ip 1789. and before the grand, procesnon to .St. Paul'*,, his Majesty sat to Barry for bis portrait. A day or .twtv after the processiqa Barry wailed vpou the Kiog. " \Vell," aid his Majesty, ** did^yotisee the grsnd si^ht the other day?" Barry answered, " thia^ie had aii excellent view of the whole exhiVitioti from a window on Ludgate-hi|i  froiii fever. A Captain MaiiiierS was. meiaipiied. ~ His Mdjesty saidy^'Let himvomein ; be ia-not oMy Mauuer oo_^/ttaniie�Jf, A lookiilg glassi in a pier, 4>etwee:i'lWid'(yiudows, h^A (^eeikcOt^britd'withgreett cloth.to iiteve|itlOjr,^i^''i>;.se||>^ he .wa8.,i(m�ci!�ted.,- Tmliim ^�|ts4itfeVe���n,,pf the green �toib beiiig .piijr.:i^re* V :Tne..iiusw�r. was, "To preveaV thN^H:elli>ciioiy of'tnib mtiob^ light." .Hi^Miijei^ !saidi Qtiee;�'a iHonse.^ ^feiPrince4*.iH6i,dii>(�4U -biii;atttfuxiaoeei ^(�xtrmU/ mPsfs' l�*�erj<;s�Qiw.5W,:' n^-) - T tlie;ge(t)*r4! character pftilhej; iBbacft^igjUi the  be�ti wsil* kpewfcflAiidi.few AI�>* n!*rtibs:bu�r�-Giiore t�saessed'the,pia^^ 4b�^ Attb)ecia t)i�i ihaiKiRig. uVgaiiMt^iu Wjltus; Inxt^ierv ti>iiH^�9^%!l�<^)*l�asim6iato^ew itet t^sirt-. J^fJiSi �.^ Vtm^^ /or>*M .,IJ|w4**titeft # 40^;UaJ(ej^li|R*�i-ibjl-..*t���li.ug  g,> ,�pa^ 'ittt^iidiMti lit* wE^^ty, ftiwt�cd �tHftt^�ifi�i��*���>*^ expose-i' l4�t^YMiCbl nlbtio%fOf the Phyticstins d�>ri�igithe Bine ]r�ai�:are th* oo^jr �uih�(M fB,lhe,c^ec�*.pf tAe *{�^ Frtim tbtne^it wiH .ber�e�(i��itli�t .tlwugUvin.; earlief at^tge* of W*- waMj� h� w.tMV-.;subiecl paroxysms whiph excit^' ijie moctt aj|,4rRH�}^.i^l' henaiogs* hi* liC^ dufiug^th^^ 4ast,six,.qr �ey�u-i! has b�ea one of tcan ugh ^of '"^--^ aberratiou.   In tJie solitadti of hifi;UpBrt|ittuiJtk,:^ ,^yi^dsor Castle* and iatb��tiIt deeper �Mli.>e of ^li living;", he �ras iliiaify Vpareri ttie pang which a father feels wtiea hiH^op^ lA thV vigour pfyouth and Itealth, precede* iiiro to tjit graye. . We have recapifuliited ihii/if iitstances p! our late Spvereigp's total uncoiiscibusi>eii,s pf ubj,ecl> uf tii� ^epest interest, tp illustrate the �wfp) cbiii-racter of the viutatioii with wiitcii )ie wac afi^ct^d. It has bieen well saidiLthat he dwelt ** iq ditr,klite*> and ib^shadoio of death." , But |f his late Majesty were thus in��n*ib.ie t� sp^jectf'wti^ch, were peyer mentioned' tp, btn>t� bjb* cause they, would have excited the most pcutp syui'. pathies in iiis feeling miiidf the,habi|spf hi* former life ever retained ihei r i iiflueuce oyer Those whose duiie* hayp placed tijiiiqaronuilDtif' dqripg ibis long night ofhts mimlj now weep.|pri> Mpnarcb and a ntan, wHo alwaya reluiueii' 'th. strongfestarea of the virt'qes of lu^ prtt^ary.^ft-f^e n^iri^r lost the cbnscjotistiess of thaVcKgiiittjr HEtil wiitch liewas:ibvest  with lit the kiitdest i;oiwtdentipn f^r by �>boii.' he wfl* .s^r.Ebpncied^ He never depaHed^fropfi .,J^i.>' regular ^abits of temperaiiee iu tbe.t ; aad |h(i|tgi his food'^tims rpedicatVd, it'was.iather t?.i�!i,i�j' ture ctt^riiig the watit of. exerc'ist', Jtli^ii .tp.�tM(�i|t� any indulgeuces pf appetite. .Jit*, lute Mt^i3(tji ulway* ypiaiined. t'lll tlw infirmitie* ot age J)�i^ tt> weigh hi(n4owii, tbp sa{ne^s^e for nitwit wh�*fi�� |iad dU^jed during, ^f^V^Jfif'**.' I�.hta,retire-mept he iwtformed with r^ll opuu the harpsichufdj apil. h^.pl^*ed;h|fpi��Hf ,w|ti� ill�f|ia,�4W^^ afl^ioiji^e.faiinny. weii^^Kf ai^dijpr.ji,. ^V^ij f^oas^i co^^^^ai^iMore^h;)^^ soblime'striuiis if ''fif^aTOOrt^/lrfnieJJi!'^!^,^ Iie.t(itt|^dmif ^Hi| ^nute^yurt^ pre^eut t� unite tiui Oivl^tiCMfaqr, tiuiftid&uniiiM^; �%!^ri*ii>�|it(d dettko(M�Mii|ei^t�i�|ptAitid� mmni^jfmi^ o;^ekMaU;�MiL''|i^t�iR^ mM$i|>>gi:pf>w>e'4i'iW 8p*rV.ife.aip >^ riwiawB t!�{|^tttcip�|^4oi�ior�nri^^   

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