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   British Press (Newspaper) - February 17, 1820, London, Middlesex                                ate NuMBCH 3366. LONDON,. THUHSlMt.^E�lUAiiY 17, 1820 PaioE 7d. THEATRE.ROYAL, DRUJlY-LArNi;. t� THIS EVENING. THURSDAY, Feb, 17, | an OCCASIONAU SELECTION of MUSIC, SACRED AND SECULAR, ioteraperaed and rclipred by CUES. *f* Agreeably (o the uniTersal Treliiii; of rnpect to the ] memury-�r our late moiit gracious SuTGri'i|:ii, Hiid the tleli. ; eacy due to hia sugHat Saceesaur, llie MftaaKenieiit of- thia , Theatre have not deemed It proper lb make any aiinoqnce- J roeiit of Ibe particulars of the re-openiiig uiilil ihia day, < fiilly aware (hat their earnest IliuUgli humble cadeHVuuia-would be duly appreciated, notwithalandiug the sburttiesa^ of the Dotice. PART I. A SELECTION OF MUSIC, Priinapally from Handel.. Orerliire to. fbe Messiali.   Air, " 1 know that my Rc.^ deemcr iivplb," Hra^ Salmon,   After which, a Monody, in respectful nod p-slefol rrraembraRce of hia late mn�t excel-lent Majwty, will be recited liy Mrs. W. Weat.   Quartello, !' When ilie ear heard him," Mis; Carew, Mr. Brabam, Mrs J Bland, and Mr, Tlioine.-Cliorus, " He delivered the pour I (hat cried."-Dnet, " Hear my prayer," Misa Carew and? Mra. Bland,-Grand Fuueral Scene, to he auug by iUr.jj Brthiini, " PART n. The OCCASIONAL OVERTURE; after which, atl Ode| to Britannia will he recited by Mra. Glover. Song, Ho-| oonr and Arms," Mr. T.Cooke-Air, " Angels ever brightf Hud fair," Miss Carew-Song," Arm, arm, ye brave !" Mr.l  hs; LAura, Mrs. Sterling, On Safwrrlny, The Antiquary-Co�ening-and Tom i Thiimb Ibf Great. Ou l".?on�lay, Shnkspeare's Comedy of Errors, with Harle-quin and Don Quixote. Ort Tuesday, The Antiquary-after which will be pro-duceJ, fiist iiihe, S new Farce, called Too 'Late for Dinner. ORATORIOS. THEATRE-ROYAL, COVENT GARDEN. �. It is must respectfully annoonced thai, under the New Munaoreroeol, every exertion will he made to rend�*r these Oratorios deaerriug the patronage of the Nobility, Gentry, aiwl the Pnblic. M)-,VlOKR0VV,    FRIDAY,    Fehmary  18, (he Season will commence with, in Memory of the late mournful Evetils, a Graud E P 1 C E D I U iM ; :n which will be introdnced the Funeral Anthem, performed at St George's Chapel, Windsor, on Wednesday last; and a Selection of Music, chiefly from the works of llaiiilel, known lo have been esteemed by, aivd geaerally pt'rTurmcd at (he Concerts uf our late highiy-revere ,inlry, a Concerto on lbs Violoncello. The Performance to conclude with, fii-st time in this I roiinlry, and by an Orchestra consisting of nearly Two Hundred Performers, A NEW GRAND BATTLE SINFONIA, Ciimpusei}  expressly  for  ihe   Elector  of   Bavaria,  b; 5^ Winter ; aiw.l llic National Anibem, " God save the King,' u-ith additional verses writteu on the occasion, byGeorgf Culmau the Younger. Principal Vocal performers:-Misa Stephens, Miss Willi anis, and Miss Tree; Mr. Braham, Mr. Bellamy, Mr. Pyne, .tlr. Terrail, and Mr. Bartleman.-Leader of the Hand, Mr. Ware. The whole under the immediate direction of Mr. Bishop. "       � ADELPHI THEATRE, STRAND. The new and interesting Burleltn of Ivanhoe was honoured on the three nights of ita representation with ibe moat" decided applause and approbation by crowded and fashion, able asaemblai^s, anil will be repealed every evening of j performance till fnrtlier notice.-Duringithe "recesf, thej Boxes �f this Theatre have undergone considerable im-^ provements, calculated ti> aflbrd every arcommodalion to Ihe numerous and fashionable visitors.   The front circle is tbro^'n open, so as to afford a disliurl view of ilie/.S stage, and materially contribiiie to the general lempcra-lure of the Theatre.-No Performances on Wednesdays; aud Fridays during Lent. j "HIS EVENING. THURSDAY, Feb. 17. aiid Saturday, 19, will be produced (for Ihe 4lh time), an entire new and romantic raelo^dramalic Burlette, in three Acts, called IVANHOE: OR, THE SAXON CHIEF. Saxons:-Cedric (Ihe 3>txon), Mr. Campbell; Ivnitboe , is son, the Saxon ChieQ, Mr. Willis; Gurtfa (Tfarall of] ;Cedrio), Mr. Lee; Wahiba (Jester'lo Cedric), Mr.'Viikin-! :�onj Lockatey (no outlawed. Leader of the Greenwood M ng), Miaj-Garcia.   Lady'Suwena (dMCcndi^ut-Alfred, VBilffdrillu Cedric IIh; Stt^nn), ti\t* E. Deaiiett,lier ;4tbappc�ranc� in Ibe drama; Elgitba, Mrs. Kirby.^ ' I  Normans:-Sir Brian De Boia Gtlberl,   .Mr. TillJera^ iPriur Aymer, Mr. Rothnnburg; Goodibetrtand Ugberit(yi*. sals of Sir Brian), .Mr. AHuma and Mr. E. Shepperd; Isaac uf York  (a Jew), Mr. Daly.    Ulrisa (a dependant un Sir Briau)/Mrs. Bemel2rieder. In Ibf first Act, a Ballet, incidental Is the Piece, by Mr. |Sl. Albi(i�nd Miss Aylett, and Ihe whole Corps de Ukllel. To concftida with (30lh time) a New, Grand, Picturesque] Christmas Panlomimr, entitled TH^ FAIRY OF THE NORTH STAR; ' OR, HARLEQUIN AT LABRADOR, tti the course of Ihe Paulumime, a celebrated Dance by] [the three Misses Dennett. GDILDHALL, London, February 7,1820. rf-tflE COMMITTEE Cor LETTING the -A CITY'S LANDS will meet at GUILDHALL on TUE!5DAY, the2'2d day of Fehmary initant, at Twelve of the Clock at Noon, lo LET by PUBLIC AUCTION A BUILDING LEASE, for fil years, from Lady-day 1820, of a PIECE of GROUND, on the West side of Broad-court, Dake's-piace,and on the East side uf Heneage-lane: Alsoj A LEASE, for 21 years, from tady-day 1820, of a JHOU&C, No. 5, on the Ji:isl side of Bruad-street Buildings : \nd alsu, < A LEASE, for 14 yeara, from Lady-day 1820 (delermin-ahle nl the option of the Lessors, on Twelve Calendar Months' Notice), of a HOUSE, No. 4, on Ihe North side of Holborn-bridge, and a WAREHOU.SE, or BUILDING, behind.Ihesame, late in ihe occupation of James Craney. The Plan and Conditions fur letting llie said Ground, and Ihe Conililioos for letting llie saiil Hunsea, miy be seen at the OlEce^if Works, Guildhall; und the said Houses may be iriewed every day, Sundays'excepted, between Twelve and Three o'clock. JOSEPH BUCHANAN, Comptroller, I^HE LOKDS of li.e TREASURY hav, issued Iheir Warrant for Ihe Final Drawing of tha LOTTERY, to take place on FRIDAY MORNING, 25lh February,, when Ibe few remaining Tickets (havjng an rx, cess of 8,438/.), furmlng the Gulden Lottery, with two of 30,0002. and 1,000 Frizes, must all. be drawn, and paid in ' J. and J. SlVEWniGHT, � ^ WF'�'^/nNG of f-SON, Em|  i^i the ........._   ....._   LIVERY   nil'l   other ^ "This day are published, - FRiV.NDs or SUPPORTERS of THOMAS WIL-B"V APOLEON'S iV1EMOH great eiclent, auii at very rednced pricea: m�uy.nlhers tVeUeun prepared;and disperseit lu the'amount of200,000. A depository for tlierxpresaparpoae of supplying the pub. : wilh these pi li(:atiuns,boib wholesale and retail, bag n opened in Flecl-atrekl; whicb beiugin communication, wilh shnpa in various parts of l(is melropniis, and, through !the medium of Dincesaa and District Ciimmidees with [agents in'-li (reixnl provincial town*, baa proved a most sue. icensfnl meaij ofrcarrying theobjecla of tlie Special Commit-'tec into'effecl. Tfiey are enabled to state,' that from many iIk! districts of" the kingdopi, in which infidel wriliugg ve been most widely dispersed, very large Orders have |becn received.. And they have peculiar satiifacHou in being [ablt to inform the Public from the communications which .ve been made lolhero^ that, in other di�tricis, forming by the largest portion nf the kingdom, they have reason to ieve that either nii attempts have been made lo dissemi-e infidel pilnciples, or that they have for the most part !ti.iled of auccesa. , B�rt'eti'� Buildings, GEO. GASKIN, Secretary. February II, 1820. The following Books andTraclamaybe liad at iheSocietyV Office for the Sale of Temporary and Occasional Tracts, No. 21,   Fleet-street, nearly opposite Clmncery-lane; and Ihe following Booksrllers, viz.:- Mr. Murray,3, Coventry-street, Haymnrkrl; Mr. Hodg-on, corner.of Wiropoleslreet; Messrs. Bowdery and Kirby, '190, Oxford-Street; Mr. Wright,45, Broad-street, Blooms-ibury; Mr. Sluckey, 31, Totlenhara-court road; Mr. Taylor, 49, Newman-Blreet; Mr. Sizer,9S0, Oxford-atreet; Mr. Bartholomew,.!j7, Swntluw-streel; Mr. Blackburn, Knights-|hri(lg�; Mr. Bell, 0.\ford.8trcet; Mrs. Houghton, 3, Graf. lon-Klrcel, Soho; Mr. Hubert, 1, Old Complou street; Mr. Howard, Gray's Inn-lane; Mr. Wilkioa, Hulborn-bill; Mr. Hubson, 8S, ,Uulborn ; Mr. Weal, B.aldwiu'a-gfU'i)iens.; Mr. lewart, Keiisingtoh; Mr. Tuylor, 116, ^igh'Holhoru; Mv. ikcksou, Hackdey; and Mr. Huijbes, Uichmoud. riio ENGLISH EDITION, lOa. fid. This WINTH BOOK �f the Great �V.,rk of Na-I -.pnleiio is pnljllshed the first,'on account uf iu leniporaryl yinl.resl, aa nlating to the Return from Elba, the Batlle of J ;Waterloo, a�d Ihc aubsequeot eventa. ]  The EIGHTH and SEVENTH BOOKS are in coursel 'of TranslaliiHi, and will appear in French and English, in] ^correipondin|?_�l�e, type, &c- with the NINTH BOOK. To the Niofb Book bag been added nomerou* Proofs, lictaled at  ^ngwoiid to Mr. O'Meara, provinj; " The Vanuieriptffom if Helena" lo he a Forgery, and highly |corioaa,aa n^rrertiug faliehiinds relative to the chief ^�uls ' Ibe Life o^'lhal dislingniaiied PeraoRage. The MS.  erformed by Ihe wholeCompauyij Aftc^ whjeh, 9lh time, an entirely new splendid Historical Mclo-dramatic Bqrletta, in three acta, called IVANHOE; OR, THE JEW'S DAUGHTER, With a new grand Military Overture, John (Prince of England), Mr. Cliffool; Pilgrim, Mr.] Walkins';  Lucas  de  Beanmenoir, Mr.  Fawcett; Prior Aymer, Mr. Adouck; Cedric, Mr. GianI; Uukuown iCnighlJ Mr. KuigViay; ilobert Earl of Huntingdon, Mr. Payne,; Friar Tuck, Mr, W. S. Chatlerlay, and .Midge, the Mitler^ (outlaws). Air. Leonard; Isaac of York, Mr. Huntley. Lady Rowetia, Mrs. W. S. Chalterley; Rebecca, ftlisg Taylor;' Ulrica, iUrs. Srqoks ; Elgiva, Misa Bence; Alicia, Miss. Pill.   ' , To coDclnde with Ihe favonrite Biirlelta called THREE TIMES THREE ; Or, BO^, GIRLS, AND GUARDIANS. Bumper, Mr. )V. S. ChatterUy; Bucklhorn, Mr. Adedck;' William, Mr. I/eonard;' Henry; Mr. Fil^william.  Siisati,^ Miss Cupelaad| Nanry, MiSB Junag. Early iit neit week Ibe favourite Comic Burlella of Poo| Giovanni. |Who Sold iu this Lotlery No. 1,658, Prize of 20,000/. aud| Seven Capitals. ^INES bv the PIPE, HALF-PJPE, ami QUARTER-PIPE, will be sent free of all expense to 3any part within ten miles uf the City uf Lunduu, aud also SButtlcd free of nil expense at the purchaser's cellars, or fsent, ready bottled, by tbe tOMMERCIAUHALL WINE ICOMPAN Y, No. 10, Skinnoi-alrerl, and 340, Oxfurd.8trect,| Sat the following prices: Sold Port Wiiic, of good qnalily............�100 per pipe.] Do. Sherry..............................   98 Do. Madeira Direct......................   95 Do. West India.......................... 112 Do. Cape of all the finest Madeiri, Stein, and all other fovourile flavours......... ....   46 iDo. Inferior Do...................    �30 to 35 Also Bottled Wines. Port Wine........................36s. lo 42s, per doz.] Cape ditto,.......................16a. 21s. 2fi.i. Red Pontac, in French Sollies............ 30i!. Old Sherry........................386. lo 4 it Chileiiu iM.iijull, Lafitte, aud Chanlilly| Clarets ; Cute Roti, Hermitage, Burgnndy; Cliumpngnel Sparkling. Creaming and Sillery; Excellent Bonnleauxs Dinner Wine, Vm ile Grave, S.-iuturne, Barsac, Moselle,! Rhenish, Hock, Seirial, Tiiita, Malmsey, Old Rata, Car-| cavclla,-iMoiiutaiii, Hronli ami Viduiiia, witb every otIierB Description and Soil of Wines, in English use, all as all equally Low Prices us the uliuve, uilh ii most curious nnd| rare choice of Liqueurs ahd Spirits, consisting of the Creroel de Noyeau Bfanc et Rouge ; Rose!!, Absyntbe, Scubnque," Orange, and others. Hlitlily-Bavoun d Pinn-Apple Rum,.-Ditto Pined and Orange .Shrubs, Ditto Pined Brandy| Shrubs; also the soft-flavoured Branny of the Viiitagei of 1808, Rotterdam Geneva, of the make of the san Year, willi every other Description of Spirits of good Qua lilies. _ TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MR. COLLINS, |At his Auction Ri:om, Uiiion-Rtrei t, Town of Porlsen, on] .MONDAY NliXT, Feb.uary 21, 1820, aud the follow, ing Days, at .Six o'clock, 4   COLLECTION   of UNREDEEMED- PLEUGK.S, comprising Gold, Silver, and Metal) Watches; useful Ptnte, Men's and Women's Wearing Apparel, Bed and Table Linen, Bed liauginga, and varioii! Other Articles, pleilgul in inonihs prior to, and in the mont' of Febiiiary, .181�, with the following Pawnbrokers, viz.-Ediss, CoUegc-sticcl; Kemp, Marlboroiigh-row ; Nalhi St. James's-strecl; and Slupl.ford, I'rederick-siieet, Town of Purl sea ; with Price, Warblington street;.. Horsley, St. Mary-stieel; and Devcreiix, Broiid-Blreel, Porlsmnuth; with TayWr, Sontli-etreet; King, South-street; Moses, Sonth-Mieet; Hart, Norili.slieat; Burnett, North-slreei ;] aud King, King-street, Gosporl. 51ay he Viewed, and CafaloKiies had at the Rioom, Leslie's Short and Easy Method with the)Deisls,..  Leslie's Truth of Clirisliaaily DeroonitfiUed...... Bishop Portens'g Evidences of the Jt^mh of Christianity, boutid.........v*'^^*^-tt^-: Ditto, hfllf-hotind  ...... ...^..^.M>'.,......... bishop Wati�a'�Apok>gy tortln>Bi1il� ..>...>... Bishop Gibson's three Pastoral Letters on iTifide- lilj, 3H. each, or together..................... Lord Lyltellno'sObaervatioDS on the Conversion of St. Paul...................................   0 Bishop Suerlock's Trial of the Wiinesaes^0 d. 3 3 � 0   S Per IJundred.* t. d.% \(tt\ Hear both Sideg.--.VVitncasea for and against the' Bible........... ......................   1 (b) Scripture the Guide of Life..................   2 (c) Reasnna for retaining Chriatianity; extracted from Bishop Watson's Letiera to Gibbon 5 (d) The Unbeliever convinced; in a dialogue he. tween David Doubtful and bis neighbour Chriatian   ..............................   3 (e) Ditto, ditto, Bialugue il....................   3 (/) The Blind Guide, or Thomas Paiue iguoraat uf the Bible.................................   3 The Abiiniloiied and Penitent Blniipheiner;  or, the Death-beds of Vullaire and Lord Roches- 2   6| 1 3| 3   fil 2 6i A 0! ^t6 the rNlvEPExbEk-r freemen OP the 3fy vorthy Constituentt artrf Priendt, Shice the expeclaliiin of a Disloluliun of Parliament baa [prevailed, a report lias been mischievously circulated by yonr rnemiea, that 1 djijl not inte\ d to offer my future ser-aices. Nearly twenty years ago, when first honourfd wilh your support, I unrraervedly dechrcd, "That bo long aa Cavenlry anppOrled me, I would soppiirt Coventry ;" and aaS 1 have never been even i,ui>pecled of betraying your iiileresis, yoa may be equally confident that I am incapable of deaert-iagtliem. Be assured, the impudent rep(,;rt is totally without foundation; that nothing boi the decision of a fourteen day'a poll can arrest aerviceSf lUe uniform fid�Oty of which you have been pleased so repeatt-dly to npprove, lo applaud, and to testify to the ivorld; and that whenever a, new Election shall be, you will find me, wilh youthful ardiM>r and punc-liialily, as usual, at my f>03l, zealously, powerfnJty, aud decidedly prepared to bottle your opponents, hoi ever nu-meroaa, for the preservation of yonr rights and inlfcregta. Your faithful Reoresentalive, aioueetUr-plare, Pebruary 14, 1820, P, MOOjHE. Slate of Ihe PoH, June 1818. Moore,       Ellice.     Butterwdrlb. iPolled................l,18tf......i.oon...........Vm| Unpolled ascertained....  71%... ..  71&    supposed 2t ith |:l3a9 sluppefg at 4^ yji) The Bible the Word of God, in two Dialogner, between aBeliever und an Unbeliever. Dialogue I.................................   3 (i) Dillo, ditto.   Dialogue II................     .   5 {j; Juilgminl of Reason, upon Ihe Evideures of^ the Christian Religion. In TwO more Dialogues, liclweeo a Believer and an Unbeliever Dialogue I. ,..............................   6 (A) Ditto, Dialogue II. Pan 1...................   5 (/)' Ditto, ditio, Pbi;I 11.....,...................   6 (ui) An Appeal lo Reason-Deism and Christianity cnnfrasled.............................. (n) The Hanest Farmer's Politics and Religion.   A Dialogue..............................   3 (p) A Christian Adilress on the Prrteut Tinica ,,,.   2 (p) A Conversation between Two Poor Men......   1 (q) Reasonings uf a Believer in ReveUl ion..........   8 Ir) The Folly and Danger of Reading Irreligious Publicatiuiis ; or. Advice from a Cleigymau to his Pnrishioners  .........,............   3 f(j) A Dialogue between Parson Ives and his Slan David...............................   3 [{) The Christian's Address lo his Neighbour......   3 (�) The Chiracler of (^hrist, an additjonal Evidence to Ihe truth of the Christian Religion; in an. other Dialogue between a Believer and bis Convert....................,>.-.......,.   5 |(t,) CobbeCt's Reflectioiiaon Eefigiori..............   2 |(ui) The Good Cause, will prosper ................   3 \(x) The present Condition of roiiny People and Conii-tries in the World, an additional Evidence lo tha Truth of Ihe Christian Religion; in another Dialogue between a Believer and his Convert...............................   6   8; !(�) The present stale of the Jews, an addilinnal Evidence lo the Truth of the Christian Religiun ; in another Dialogue belween a Believer and his Cnnvert   .....'......................   3   6' |(i) Heal.heni.im and Cbrisllanity compared; an auxi-g limy Evidence lo the Truth of the Christi:in Religion ; in another Dialogue between a Be. liever and his Convert..................... f(na) The Tables Turned; or, Ihe Deist ataSlaiid; in a Dialogue between Dr. Plaintext aud John Homespun,,........................ 1(66) The, believer's Answers to Que�lions about his I Farlh.................................. *(ce) Di'<|.;gue b'lwern a Reformer and a Labourer,. \(  the Truth'of Ihe Chris-tt'ln Religion; iu a ccndnding Dialogue l)e. tweea a Balievei-aitd his CoiivertV.......... (pirl Thi Mercies of ihe-Mosaic Law  .,;......5  4 ; Tiie'Tracla'"inay -be t inuraent of his existence. jThe people uf all ranks and all denominations rallied rimtjd the hearse which bore him, as the centre of social charity, and the rallying point of social kindut-ss. One common feeling of veneialioni [for the ileud ran through every bosom ; and ifj Drennuu had his faults in the high and the important sphere in which it was his destiny to move, all wvre sw.illowed up in the contemplation of the virtues wlfich surroniided lliem-not a word was heard from the moving crowd-no common man was then about t s for Mankind-his fancy striking out new expe-riiuentx of n)�rcy-suggesting new ideas of social' iim| bipwreck to the unpriuci pted;      he himself beiiutilutly said-" 'i'hesuB still'inakes the seasons, anrl the earih produces tha jnjivest, bill it is.'be change in inen'a disposition>( ophist could oppose to her. I mn," said Drennan, at a m^DVvrSfTll''J^f'tii ^of his life, when he Hood in a Ceiirt>^^ JiL^i* viiidirale the principles of Locjte,^' ll^e snlj honest  man-a MnriMer ^^^ui^ Gospel breathes peace and s^oA rif^t^rimong men- iestant Dissenting !Vlintslc|f^i  Abernelhy,  of Bruce, ol DuchnI, and of Hl[H-cheson; and his character of mild and tender benevolence is still remembered by many in the N�>rM� 'of Ireland, and  by not a   few in this eily."-i!(; Cradled in ^he principles of i'Uc-h men, it iit not 10 ;be wondered at that the mind of Drennan shniild' e fuund an enthusiast in iheir propagation.    Bnrn Iwith 8 >eiisibirtly nervously alive lo human suffer-jing, the heurl which beat to Ihe cry of ccmplaiiil [iu the bosom of his family, was always stretching 'forth its sympathies with the .remote;! corner*   profession (though a large and respectable sjiheie]: w t, or u meinbe'r of the great community, let cnlumny!? [open any page it pleases of his valuable life, and " not a spot will be found to sully its purity. For many years he resided in Dublin, until, by the death of a relation, a properly succeeded to lis possession, which brought tranquillity, and competence,, and  a fullness of domestic hajipiiiess, which crowned the last years ol hi� life.       Fur the last twelve years he hi(S lived al his hemtiful cottage of Cabiu-bi'll," as simple and as cinute * as its venerated possessor.   To ll)o>e wl)o liav. witnessed the habits of Drennan in this ahoiie   peace, it is unnectssaiy to liescribe iliein-jjoinful recollection, that  ihey  never can witness ilieisi lagain !   With an ardent and  eiiihusiaMic fym-J 'patliy wilh ,every measure liiat was   vvtll caicii-lated to advance the interests of mankind, he c^me forward with all his vitjour and all liis z
                            

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