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   British Press (Newspaper) - February 16, 1820, London, Middlesex                                NuiMBBR 5365. -MORROW, THUftSpAy. Febrn.ry 17, l8i0, aa OCfeASldNAL ^ELECTION MUSrC, SACRED AND SECULAR, 4eK��bly |o WOlTttMl fircliDK of roipeet to tlie diemdr'y of mir lnte'miiil grtcUtii* AfieVeisn, nii* Ae drtl-  bii auftwl Himmnri tlie AIaiiaget�cnt of thii Theatre liafe not, (�nlil(ki�ii*;) 4t�i�eA itjuupi* lo imke ahy^fMhlic aano'aiiceaMfft of iIm rt^i>tuiu%, tMj hirUn iiimUlirtrmimeM #, .ftlr. T. Coukei ftlr. Peitriion, Sfr. G. SaSi^. if', i'hbrue, Mh n*tlKdik^ �r. QaodviHItf atrmnwa and eoin)iIete: Leadert^Mr. H.Vtiiart. Tlw H Novclto,>�lio will preside at^e Organ. ' The. Box Office cannot be opened till ThoWday raorain;, TeHVCIock, and no placei will be let until thai hour. ' A MEETING of the UVHttY aiul other iqk FUIENQS or SUPPORTERS of TMO-MAS WIL-E�|. will lake place dl thie City of Loudon Ta*ern| TOtMOHROVV, tbe ITlh, at. Twelve *>r Oneo'Cloek, lo L^andtrof tl|" incB>orr� neceianry for secnrini; bii re-elee. liuii'at line of (lie Rrprewi^laliirea of thia Cily in Parlia-mviil, wift-ii ihc preyiieedf c^efy Gentleman'in fait iotereat i� rurneatly rtqueated. , , ^^UNA   now Selling nt vert  REDUCED \j, hlilCES. Thoac who nre riirnisbine, will find an i-xlrbsivv Ciillectiou of Breakfaal, Dihoer.Tea, and Dcaaert SerTicra, iriiji nu elegant Ciillrclinn uf Ornamental Arliclea, l-orrieA Hif,| Britiab, at i9, 1'ARK.CTKEET, OXFORD. srt'^iE'ET. Thin day are publifhed, in 8vo. jwice 14a. TECTURES. Chiefly od the DRAiWATlC Li LITERATURE of the AGE of ELIZABETH.- Oelivcreil ol Ibe Surrry luatitlition By WILLIA.M HAZLITT. Priniol for jlodart and Sleiiarl, 81, S 'a Inn. Eiq. lDi<{ri�lrr, Prufeaaorof ibe Lawsuf Euglaod in Ibe Univeraity  doo : Primed for J. and W. T. Clarke (lale W. Clarke und'Soov), Law Bookaellerg, Portutpil.slreet, Liiicolu'a-liin. Of wlium may be bad, by (he same Author, The PRESENT PRACTICE of Ihe BANKRUPT LAW, bulb iu Eiiglwnd and Ireland.   The Second Edithtn, jiiurh improved and enlarged, in two volt. 8ro. price 12,18>. io boitnia. m FONBLANQUE ON EQUITY. Tliiaday it published, in two volnoiet, royal Svo. price 3/.St. iu boardt, TREATISE of EQUITY, with the addj. lion of inariiiiwl Rrfi-rencea and Notes. By JOHN FONBCANQUE, Esq. Barrialer at f.AW. Fiflkl>iet; .    By UlCHABO PRESTON, Esq. Barrister at Law, l..>doD ; Printed fur J. and W. T.. Clarke (late W. Clarke aA4lJut{^t^;^tel^|S f RING'S BENCH aiid COMlaON 4S; eiicriBeut of the Suit to Ibe making rthglfiMie, aiid Notfee of Trialt; WilH^uf^. V   B*^^ H-i I, fliiPfeY, linier.T^Mple; v^riViitlalffltJfe'wraW.T. Clarke (late W. Clarke jli-UiVV DIGESIV&r 18f�. . Niii 1'1-Wa, iiith^. year 1819, coo-BaVneWalt und'Al< !!i'aua, JUaddork, , Pricej 43�Ui�(. ��fkie, ChlHy, ie,4 AiH�U�lly]vi.7 ^IheHntldJlpTcinptc, B*?- f^iT.CI^�t{���W.eUrlfe "^'-^ s Wpcahv'tiiiui. 1.1 EAST INDIA HOUSE,'JitniART 9S, 1840. 1>HE COURT *>/� DIRECTORS of the ; uiyneD comj�ant of nerghants of eng. land, trediHe to the east indies,  inir *ij ^i?' EveniUK, for the ELECTION^ of'stX DlREtrrottS of the taid COMPANY for FOUR YE*�S; � Ant? ahroad, oi- reMirinii)? from Ihe E?�!f, tb�t jpC the jCuuntry; yeu wer^:deiiline^:|p'�}ifeal^iiii>re fjiKtite pw^ppie of Cb.bit�ie�-ra tl Jii the qieaif*?- . , , the most iner(ril�i1il�V�y,'tonder * tyiitUDicBl^nd': arbitrary Governtneirt, which ditpo�e� at will of Hie properties, the exUttittCe,-'and the tiberttea �f the unhappy SpaaiaVdii. '      ' " Sohiiers, thi^Gotrernineat wai about ta destroy tlie nation, and end* by dettroying itfelf. It wa> not possible ai>y longer tb endure its sw:ty. On the one hand, violence and weakness, and on the other, only indignation and contempt were provoked, whilst, to render tlie iialiou happy, the Gpvernmvut ought to inipirecoufideace, love, and respei* Soldierti let us employ for oor welfare and that of our countrymen the arm* which have te-eured the independence of ihe nitiou against the f power :of Bonapartetlie enterprise is easy and gloriou*. Does there exist a Spanish >aldier who will oppose our view*.?-No! In the very rank* �iif those whom the Government may as-teiiihle you will, find brothera .wjio willjoio u� ; and if some bai!�-born initcreauta should dare to turn their arm* against yopi, let them perish as the tatellitesof tyrauuyabould do,' anWortby tbe name of Spaniards! " Sbldiers, I depend upon you; you are the' worthy children of the couKtry; justify yourselves as such. Union and discipline-this is what 1 recommend to you. I shall bave tbe^iitiKraciioii of rectimpensing those who bay disiit'if^iith ih>>ni-selve*; but if any one forget his d efe a^eJew exialiHg- whicb wHi suire drli^hl the poGlicat rtiader;*'-See Gentlvuiau't Mnga. JMlir,^ii .  ^    , , ' klU>M.^TilE NacKAB. An approaching matriu^ '�*^Pi>l  of Wirlemberg aud one of Ihe Princesses, daaghler of the, lata Duke Uwii of WiriemtKTg. I    : ELmTI)&*T�^l>|r HKSse^ (J^M VART 24. There i* no more. Ibuugbt, of jtallipg loi^ether Ihe anrieol' Slates of the teleirlortiti-that isV the'Knigbtt, Prelates, CI-'Ti2�i>a, and Pcaaanfijor 0 lab1ishln�!i|t �f a ponflil;. tiyii (iir.tbe �lecturaH>   Hi* Royal JUi^^ie^lile^Etevlor it asi'd to have declared'iinw*<'rbl.,0cicuiap'a,'ltiiit^^^^^ ; ' anil eBpe^ially thn BiHikiiCS,^<^'iif thei^r rdcr, aiid there-fore il. waa saprvuniry Io aueinble tbe 8latfit1.v.iiB|)oae.DeMr. 'taxes,' �   V . � <- . -J � , i �   !.u ! �c lfl:t�-ia��ir,''�A-l��.�llV 29. � nrst, and lo inipnttc it. it b a^ |bat ibey K*t�niay salved to withdraw the abovMaeiiliopid tain, b* iasailW hoadt to be HidetwMI w aa^y; 'zdela.     �     � ' ^ '� ' SiltFriw4 i�TSi.uawf�c.^1^~ VCitevoU re--;(Wiiircft^r�Bi^i|�niiil�it, i^atflMH* that it* nei)(ii->otiKhoodi,rat;�ell �� the Gqlf* .�f ffWnla and ;Mexi^ been yiM, that account* had reuch-ed Carthagena of Geii. bolitar having arrived at Ptfoipeliijia from Santa Ke. Il is said he took away nearly to the v.ilne of five milhoiis of dollars, of both public ami private property, sparing nothing that came in bis way. Previous to the IVasp leaving K'.o Chaguet, uccounts had been received that five hundred freebooters, supposed to belong, to Aury's ilesperadoes, had Innded and taken possession of- Chiipo, u small town, 14 leagues from Panama. General HoBE bail ibspatcbed 30� regular* and 200 militia to encounten.them.. Accounts by the Martiuit state, that doritig her stay at Curacua, the Guveriior of the Carac-i:Vti Ge-, neral PakoU, had. landed there iu'an open boat from LaGuira, accorupaniedby an Aide-de-Camp and fourteen of hi* followers, wilh about 100,000 dollars in-s|iecie; it is supposed his object wq* to proi-ted to Peru. The intelligence from theSuuili Sea mentioned the raising of the blockade of the coikst by Lord CocilRANB, Wlui Itad retired front Lima to Valpar-itttd. ibis iaddi!d;-lhat his squadron had been auginiiutrd to 18 Sail of diS'erent detcrip-tioiis. SVHHhY ADDUESS. A''e*terdtfy rtumeronr Meeiittg of the NobUity and Gei)iry of tbe Cuuitty �f Suf^^y took place at the Spreiui Rigle Tavern, Epsom, Surrey, agreeable to- public notice, for ibie purpose uf consider-ii'ig of an Adilress tu itie King of ^condolence and congratatattoH.    ' At 0U& u'(:liick the urea in front of tbe Tavern . was cruw(j|ed with huudaume .equipi^ges, and the large room was tbroiigrd with sultje of the most respbctubh; peraiin* of the county. The High Sheriff opetied thi; buwiess byob-' serviiifj, titav th�f i'espiit.'iahility of the stgiwiuras to the re^tt>sttjr(ta>i?had made. iirinpfisVibte.for t�tn to Iie8it�ttt.$r tittlay �ii degret: iu.caUii�jf the Meeting. Otiit cif Ibf AJembers wtro "had signed |Mn ^.iSii�USrj,;tte'*is^ to say, Wan pre-veiit^t '6tilQ viieA'tllttg'by iinidii|i6�i�ioH. Be bad: seul t^s a^MlitJ^ ilii'wletter wbiishii tlie Higb Sheriff read to thcli^^'iiiltl.bjg. .:     n        >;,.-.  , . Lord KI|OiEiET  tbeii,. w'ilhni�,t, preface, moved ,an Addr*-u, whicbhe banded to .ibv Biich Sheriff, a^fio reatf ft,        , , " itwlt^lin^^m^hed, .od Very.neatly �c^re�^ ;ihe sfiijpittbyf whtcb �! MajestjrhM attaibed' b^llMB^^ettlidf Ms vrimrel^ fatber, wbich ob*erva(i�ii� 'tiim0Umt)i\if't$mA inotts �r cen|;nttilati(�i iluil. fife'M f�fr hi* fCHt Mejeaty the �irino#r �irttie)�, ' wiMlcinKuf bia coiuivct ii�etampte��aii4^,tV�ioP(^Hif wMli eK{iressiont,or i-oniidfiice svjtic^.lfifwI^m have iii tk^ protec^Dlu rbl.cb      ^Ig^mi^lif^H.^if �ut to iccetve froqit- iliq idle pi, Ijiii ef�#ettt; 9^ io^tMiJb'liif^^ltj A^re*^^^^ Noble Lofdi said, (hat ii:iP^_;|i^ soTpiiiKfe:! I^NMer b�fpme the papli�tiii^aHbi^;ffc^^^ ibui tiis pwn.,   He ikciOTed^'bitifia^rrfiM'i^^ pared for suebea vndertuMB!;.^. It; irat^^af niost.^St^: less* he said* itt eKpaliate tin the vi^Hrs i^id actiiiiiii: of hit late ftiai^iy. Jor sixw 'y�r�?ttie >iMi;i|�$A badjhe beniKu ei^eriVitce. of hi* *ii1ae� wbieh 1^4'WiH wafttik"%^$�-to ail WB^wiinvt. .|w^(>t^ in.' tfjai, ucb �� fiaiist engage t^|r�fry lietirt^jriicliiMr^iuiti^ (lis weiiHpipnt iiie, �f lu; regret for .^isfleceii^ii; Uialaie Msjesty. Iiad aaceiidei! ibe ibrone.at thl:< early ajie of twenty-two.years, auVcipio.e(jHtieHM,' etevJiei$;rt Wttpr.' Notwithstanding all the allureiiiewis,of raiik, and tlie blandishments which accompany.i^,'beke)(t imei undevialing course of honour aniJ fcctilude, chastity and piety, firotit the commenc^m.eijt to (ht last hour'of liis existence. He set that spleiidid exampleof propriety,wliich,whfD exhibitt^ by thoseQ of the highest rank, always had its etfecf, eye* upon the lowest orders in tli'e State, 1'here waffl one period of tlir late King's government wbicit, perhaps, more than any other, disiii;guished ii>�4 manly cltaracter ot tbeMoniiicb. The AmericaU' war at one lime bad readered the faoveri'iiiieut  little uiipopular.' His m^gnaaiouiy throiighout] the whole ofjliat trying crisis was an object pecti-liarly fit for the admiration of  free uiid liberal pi-ci^; pie. Perhaps Iu: (Mr. Deoisnn) might be wrung ill tottching more directly ou the subject of politit's. He must, however, just point lo two or tlitee of tbe prominent events of the late reigti. The tir�t was that of making the Judges indeiieudrul, n mrasurr more than any other that cuulil be nained, rul  lated to secure the purity, and rai>ie ilie respectii-bility of the Bench. He did not. wisii tu y^XH^pyei^-tha point with those writers who Diou^ht.diOenfuMy^^ such was his opinion. The next meqsiire of impdrte aoce was, tlie abalitioa of genera] warratiti', by wbich an Englishman'abousebecameoiitieraarewhet the constitution tnteiidedit should be; V bis castle, Then followed the abolition of the slave trade; and bally, t^e iemancipatioo of.ibe �alWU.c*v**litcfi tbif' King.encoqraged to tbat. degree which'be thought harmonized with the safety of\he cons'ittilion, mid then finding that it was intended .to press il further, he resisted with manly firmness, au^ in the rinreie hon'esty'bf his judgtosnt. ,A^ ..priii^te getit| were his vigilance, l�i� jodg^neiVf, uuil liia viruieg, that they wotild not fail lo be-respectably ad'iiiiiiis� tered. It was to be confidently hti.i.ied th-it .Majesty would imitate the bright example left tiiKi by his venerable fattier. SirT. Tbrtoh would not speak mocb upon tbr topic before the meeting, whiob harl alrtfady be)>t) so ably commented upoiii |.t could iiutbesupp.ijsidttiut any peraou present, wa* wa;uiiig in those aeiitiitieiiti-of loyalty, wbicb were aa ueceseiiry ^or lh.e hubjtctV honour and security, aa for. the dignity of' the' Crown.    In those sentiment* he. onj�f cordi^if^ concurred.   Though he could not bitt ferret tbt^' departure of bis belovett uuil. veiierabie>iS�rereigii^. it was aa jiiuch sublet pf congratuUitoi^.tbat Tiutl successor wa�, in every respect, so wurlt^ of foi.lowXij ing bim.   H[e liad displayetl -his lieraa^ as c�uch in the resentb'apee of bis father** s^niit-t, as �ti�"J other part of bi� suticessiop.   tje      pro�ed ith(�| bd possessed the paterual and. the fraternal sS'ei:tir>'�t il) the same dig^iufiet) and amiiibie ti|^�. 0>^|^ii�i act of maidiihiKiiit^ tiisil' afready' laWrlfed '^is r  Hehud atsetsHed.uut tl>e hftwtf of �fl^�tii)iti tv f brother, htug alienated' from the fati^.il>v *� nt ai>xioii*^hataH-^t^a�upo*itie* sbooiti b� bi�ried in uWwiftu..^.,, . _ ,.  -~  .       ^   .      ^ ,1 :Afte.�i�^^w,more v^ii}�ri|i�iof ^be Kime iyiid, ih^ HoKoiii�blsuB,aii>Det. advnteii tti.i^e f^tyf,,o([^e Re ^ .^ir *.��i|i_ d.b^ jeetiob.: !>HebcJd not ijwp ^l,ib*f|>r? iV�a^.'fl^ifj^; �d,.or beVwpii(t�t..�Ce.n -b^H'i'*!!^'*'^- Hf��>!�>^ ,h�d ^be*� * t^   "   *   

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