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   British Press (Newspaper) - February 19, 1820, London, Middlesex                                :jam's TittiAtuB.   ' TllHIS EV�N1KG. BAI'URDAV, FA. 19. 'JL "will bc-fyrfu^mrd RoiiiJi** 'p&po\kr Opera, cUtilifd' CENERENTOLA. Afterihc-OiJW (ferst tin(i�),ant* taMUl, eotitM Wiib ^ihire^ iiew &;eiiery� l)m��i, Oemrallbnij &c. 'OnSaliirJay, Ijlic'Sfltli iiisU will be pniilncc ,'Willi iSdfirety Dt� Si�iatiy,I>i  - � THY^ EVENING. SATORlS/iy..: Feb. hit Mt^t!slT*�Siervauts will perform ibe Oper* of T�E SIEGE OF BELGRADE. Tlie SPriiikier, Mr. Bi:aliam; CloiKrl Cutieiibrrf;, Mr. T. Co..ke;-V6(i*pW, ft�r. Gaktif} Le�P'�l�'', iWrV liarley j Peicr, Mr. Pearman. :K��b*riii*,fflKte Carew  Gbilii, Mr*. Blahd; Lilla, HaUanio Ve�lri� ((lerfirat appearance itttMlie English , ' ^�! ' : � - �. :.   �    :    . . lu tlu-course of (be  �^JUir^ Bnilll4ML.4a^^ THilry or vl^ior'wi'h Mr. T-Coukej wiiuwill �iag "Who"' would apt love." '     � i * . Afur hicli, aSlh lime, in enlireTy hew Codiic Panlomime,' calltd JACK AND THE BEAN STAIJC; Or, H.4RLEQUIN AN,D THE OGRE. The Ogre, Mr. ffudvun; Jack,.Miiia Porey, afteritrards Harlequin, Mr. Botojtnii'; 'P.tutklubn', Mr. Harliahd j Clown, Mr. Si.iitUbv. Jarft'g iWnth*ri MVs. Pearce ijiinetia (afterwards Oilumliine), iUissl^rFe ( ArpAi GdoA Genius of the Harp, IMits Edwards; fligca, Ogre's Wife and Eril Genius, Mr. Me-reililb. .4 grotesque Pas DeuK, by Messrs. Bologna and Southbr. A Pn. SeulbyMissTree. The Doors Will be'opened af tialf-past Six o'Clock; tlie Perlurmgnce wiil commence precisely at Seven. Jnclc and the Bean Stalk will be performed every evening lilt furthrr iiodce. On Monday, I be Tragedy of King Ricliard Ibe Third. Uu l'4ieiday, Sliakvpeare's Coriolauus. THEATim ROrAU COVUrit-dARIiES. THIS EVENING, SATURDAV, Feb. \Q, will be acted a new Miisieal Drama, eafled THE ANTIQUARY. Jonntban Oblhorh, Mr. Lislou; Caxon, Mr. Blaochard; I-urrl. Mr. Diiriisel; Sir Artlior VVardour, Mf. Chapniitn; Orliillre, Mr. Emery; Lord Glenallan, Mr. Terry , Hec lor M'Inlyre, Mr. Abbott. Miss Isabella Wardour, Miss iiieplii'iiE: Mi.is Maria M'Intyre, Miss Matthews; Miss <,;ii�rl(la Olilburk, Mrs. Daveiipurt j Elspelb of the Craij;-Lurufuol, Mrs. Fancit. liiid ans of iniiepeudence. Tl-e Eiitiiliiinroent lo commence with THREE QUESTIONS TO THE PUBLIC {Copies of which will be given U (lie Doors.) Ill the ruurse.of Ibe Evening, Selections of Vocal and In-slrumrnlal Music, assisted ^y Miss Rose, from tbe Dublin uiiil Edinburgh Concerts, her first appearance in London this Winter; Kliss Kinhold (on the harp}, and Mr. Reddie, wlio wiN preside at tbe Piano-forte. A vouiig l^y. Pupil to Miss Mscanley, will Tecile SEVEN AUE3 OF WOMAN, and ALEXANDER'S FEAST. To ronrlude wiib Miss Macaniey's Comic Recitation of the ADVENTURES OF MOLLY WIGGINS, lu ihe Cbarsclvr of a Yorkshire Girl. t.Duors iuliea|>enat Half-past Six, and the PerformaDce tu riinrUK'nce at Half-paitt Seven o'Clock. Boxes Ss.; Pit 3s,^PIaces to be taken at the Box-offiee, Opera-house. HOOPING COUGH CUBED. [T vfill be a consolation to Pa rent* to know, thnt ihe above scourge to Children conliitues to be CURED, Nearly as soon as a common Cold', by Mr. JOHN KIER. > AN, Surgeon, &c.29, Carey-street, Lincoln's Inn. N.B.-This Blessing was discovered by Mr. Kiernau in moo, niid in unipa with hundreds, regrets indeed thai he iiii'U did not make it known ; il is now, however, seut forth fur (tie benefit of the present and future generations. Fur the sxke of safferiog Cbildreu, we, whose names are hereunder subscribed, aver, that our Children were�flVclu-Hlly cured in less tbaO' a fortnight, by Mt. Kieroan, bolb o( tbe house of Spode and Co., Portugal.slrret, Lincoln's lull. W. POWELL. AV. EVERETT. �      TO THE PUBLIC '. 4, CornhiU, and 9^ Chariag-crpss. fT> BJSH having, in ilie ii)duliteiif:e of his 3l t own, as well as in deference to public feejiiig, Kli- lained from piilting forth ftiiy Adverliseimenl during the uielancltuly interval which has elapsed since the Decease of cur late reneraUe and lamented Monarcbi now begt leave luinfiiini Ibe Pa))Uc� Ibat ihe Drawjng.of (lie Stale Lottery, which wai .poglponed by Order of lhe,ijord� of tlie Tirstdiy, first In eonseqneuce of the Deafli ^of, his Royal Hiifliiies' the Ddlte of Kent, and again ib cobseqi�r�ice of the Demise of biir Majesty, is now orrleried It/Wke pJa'ce oii UllUity, Ihe 4&th instaul, wJieutlieiiwbOIe'will fiiiisbi Thut^ ptrsuos,^ Ibereforf, wbo have m*if pjiriiliaiiea,may be �iivi.�.d of tlie fate ,of Ibeir IS'ujnbers ,i�Mp.?djalely sub-siquriii tu ibeal^iie CUy. . ,, i A tew TicKAy,      �t)fc^{J5��� , v Ailft|X;CiONT�ACTS. ColiilHiARIAT DsPARliWKMTI,. TftCMOItTi �     ;C�*^iB^B�,,FMmii^.y!8�/W80. i to k(* laajultt'tlMnA l-orti�� In.Ccnamtiit^i,ti,^Q,iiariiTi, mtd. eamU^ intUmmlet.tittnttmee eoimmt-(narJlaniiri Bedfor(o�, NorlKifViibirland Noltilighatn, . That the delivej'ieli are to commeiice on and {a*, (he 3Slb dayof .Mnrtn neil; thai Proposals iii Writing, sealed up and Marked "Tender for Army Supplies,"'will be received at this OtHct, i�o or before Tuesday tbe Tib day; of March (bat none will be're'ceived after Twelve u'Clocii on that dsy)| and if sent by pdRt,"the postage must be paid. Proposals must be made separately for each Conoty i)nd Island, except for the Countiei^ comprising Nof-th and South Wales, all of which must bf included in one Tender: as alio must the several Counties in North Brililin;, and each Piiaposal mast have the Letter which is annexed to the Tender propel ly filled uji by Twd Persons of knowa Property engaging to become boui|d with tlie party tendering iu tbe: amount slated in the printed particulars, for Ibe due per-' fqnoaiice of the Coittrabt; and'no proposal will be noticed unleii ipade on a printed Teiidtr, and Ihe prices ejipi'esied* iu words nt length; and should it so happen that during tbe corilinuanee of the Cdnlract no Troops should be sdp-. plied by virtue of the same, the antonot of the Stamps on" tbe Contract and Bond, paid in the first instance by the Contractor, will be i�.'fuiided to him. Particulars of the Contracts mky be had upon appjica. lion at this Office betWeeii ifie hours of'Eleveu ami Five, and at tbe 0(Ece p( Deputy Coni,misaary-General Yuuug, EdiUbUrgb. TO THE WORTHY AND INDEPENDENT LIYERY OF LONDON. GeNTtEMeN, HOWEVER greaf may have been my retijtc-lance in th� first Inslaiire to iidVirU the huitour which nt tbe.last General.Election you Were pleased, in io disJin-guislied a manner, to confer upon me, my cuoncxiun with you has since then been strengthened by so many ties,, that I cAn have no hesitalioo, after the public event of .tlijs day, publicly to' renew my respectful appiiciiiion ^orijonr p,u(-Jrag��atjlie eteii!tiau,'wbichchu'not ilow b^ fardistant.'" My conduct, Genilemeii,ris before you, and t trust thai it" aflurds suflicieot proof of the independent priiiciplea hy which it has been actuated, to enabjc me, williont fear of reproach, again tu seek the highest boiiunr to which a British merchant can aspire.' Firmly and loyally attached lo the excellent Conslilution of these realms, you will find ine at all times alike icalous to uphold those prerogatives with which our Sovereign is wisely invested, and to defend tbe conatilulionaliibertics of the prtiple. I may also express luy hope, llial beiag by my liabils and pursuits connejplert with many branches of mir trade, Uoib foreign and domestic, my humble exertions in yuur service | will no* be wholly iiieQicient; and 1 think it right distinctly , lo pledge mysvlf, that, upon all occasions that uiay offer, I (lull appear at my post, not leas the slienoous asserlor of Ibe Corporate rights and privileges of the City of London, than the promoter of yuur individual and commercial interests. it shall be isy endeavour, as il is my wish, In pay my respects perspnully to every Liveryman, aud I have the boiionr to remnio, Gentlemen, Yuur most obliged and faithful Servant, THOMAS WILSON. Jeffrey's-square, February 17, 1820. THE ANNIVERSARY FESTIVAL of tiw Mast Honoornble and Loyal-SOjtlETY OF ANCIENT BRlTONS.-pWELSH .SCHOOL, -Gray's liin-roadj London ; Inslituled i|i the year 1714, for;;^ducaliBg. Clothing, and wholly Maintaiuiug Poor Cbildhin, born of VVelsh Parents, not entitled to Parochial ,'Seuien>enls iu or Dear Loudon. Patbon-His Most Gracious MAJESTY! Pbuidbnt-Sir W. W. WYNN, Bart. M.P. y t�K-PBBSIDflKTB, Lord Viscount Bu'lkeiey EarlofPowik Easl of Asbburnliaui fiarl Grosvenor Duke of Beaufqrl, K.G. Sir W. Lewes, Ku|. and Aid. L^d Cawdor Marquis of Anglesey, G.CB. -Lord Pyuevor Earl of Pembroke, KG. M�rquiapf^i^>W �u, K.G. Loril 6wyijir Lord Bagol Eurl of Bradford   ,, I.on! Keiiyon LonI Kenslngtoo ., Sir Cbas. Morgan, BBirt.M.P. Lord Kiikwall, M.P. XMfii Vi�c�aHtClivi-,'M.P. Eail of Oxford. ,     , Marquis of Downsbire Duke of Nortbumberlaad Ear] of'Plyiaifutb Marquis uf Wdretsler Earl of Jersej! . ft .co|it$;i>ii<^flliiUnlkHI#ii/!�i'fieela^^ .WiU0i|n.Olocfc�o�d,,iEiUubar^',^- : � � I. , Alf^hDoi rmf. bVilAd, b|^.4he MMt^lAvftior^ ;rag |-JF|S<(.C.JOH4!r^liN�3t*�ft'�stt!/V ^M*ia'�l�rt�feAl�|lirit^'niptd8-hanainW, i!i*3Blaii�jili(wtloi^t�ii, iw:.***,^ ilie' i4i� aardf RftriS. IP^fr.W iwilief'Mi.ltitlieieaf tik^ wlftfci pcfJM^iy tetltd-..^iJiaheiiefitofthejai^.Oepiee. �.        , \V.>i. jlEARLi^ Fli(fijtijr� SpljeiiM^ XwXati Commana, This day are '        octavo; we Pukeof Rutland, KG.       . __........_ SirTh6B.Mo�lyu,Barl.M,P. j L,r,i ViKbunt Beigrave Treasurer-Richard Edmnofls, Esf, Vice-Treasureis-The Rev. Melling'celchi-aling t1>eir Hundred mid Sixth Anniversary Festival, on St. David's Day, at^ ihi Pariali Church of Si. .Marlin'^ijii-the-Ficld*,' wheie Prayers wiil ha read ill the Aneieut Biilisb Lni^uage by the Rev. Tliomas Alban, Cha|)lain to the S'uciety,^aiiiJ a SiTmou preached iu English by Ihe Right Hon. iiiid Right Rev. Father in iSod, William, Lord Bishop of London, anil afierw'ards proceed lo the FreiBiasoiia'Tavern to DiitHer. �   Fa�si�ltNT, - The Most Noble the^AlHrquis of BUTE. :vtCEP�.Bgl�SMSii Colonel Hughes, M.P. ,       , Wjl,lwn� WiJliima, E�q M.P-,ldlin JonS�,r , , ,. 'J .Wliifcji^lVVilliiMl'*,: ; -X published,.handsomely prJiiU'd inane volume. i', with liie M usic,' prira J ^S. boards, fJlHe JA SBECK, and other Talcs (iu prose).  Two Voluibn ISino. 14�. .___.--����^     ''J '     -, . .    ... URGENT DISTRESS. THE COiVlMri'TEE rif the WIDOWS' FRIEND and BENEVOLENT SOCIETY, in r�-luruing their cordial tbanka t4 vbt^aevolent Public for the ready aiibwrr they have made-lu, llteir urgent call for aid in favour of the distressed Poor of the Metropolis, think it due to the kindness of tlieiir frieiida fo ufiVr the .fullowiug slate-meni of the mode in which tacb aid ia at preseol applied. Tbey are cugaged in relieviiir^pW'aiil* of 600'cases, consisting uf more than 8,06U iudividaatt, by>pei4onal visits, by the gift of pioury, potntoei,  stamped wiib the mark of (he^ Sbeieiy,'�i' bardly to admit of being pledged or seized for rent, bot which must of necesiily be applied to the purpose fOK which tbey are bestowed. In cases uf daugi;rpu� .aicknesf, Itolbr :elerical and medical aid has been obtained^ Jiy. which it is hoped both tbe spiritual and temporal,'-malatlie�.;of the sufferers have been eirectuaUy relieved. Still much .and puQgeot distress'pVesentg itself to life inquiries of (bi;CoiDinilter;-and as it is tbeir object to NUhhiiiisler relief'|a the niiist' efreeluni mode, by -enabling Ibe distilessed poor to obt'aiu ilieir own liv�lihoad, it Ik iiot only eitpedient to redeem many necessary^articles fiai||fttedg^i.a�ul to',far.i)is|v tlien with signatl siima of muoejr,.^a't by..the IraOiCiaf fitb, friiii, Act (bey ma<^ fiiritciire Iwr daiiy"aWpporl, but also to alTord iliem, ia inaay-iaa(auceaV:(y ihVi^ oebei^ann oiT clothing, withoia$wtiidi;;ib�Jt;aioiiOaui- L Br4auj! Sq^' W. and j�r.       . I   m Hiib'. Mi-fcf; EisTiVaii 'l i- I Ci�Birilii>l*ion�'of  R��^ W.'�rdi*,HN-e#^4|fcW^f a-iflM*-^ Se��iar u^$({ai�iir;.  aflftil ',,;Sh�rpJra,.'� i   r i  O M. 4., Brown ,    -.   . J  ,1 'MWM.B.'dWir ''Ah.r t tijU iPrettow',Biiq. f. 4 III J i JliliiH.rUmtiaK .       * .Oi . Tlib GSJiiiCSblAB Ww exp^tml Hk tHe Uowrvifri did fn�,t twrive- ItH nboot fiVe,; shd fii^ i�>�)^ aequei.K-e several Pnen wiete dbli glfcd* to rettre with-out tttkiut^ lite oaths. ANSWER TO THE ADDRESS. The, Marquis CHUl -  (be calaiailoiia.aod untimely death of bia Royal Highness tbe Duke of Keiit."-yAgreed to. Tlie Noble Earl IJien, proposed, that a Message of Condolence iiliouid be sent to her Koyal Highness the Duchess of Kent, to convey tu h�ly to tli(i^ Witbiu the circle of tlietr a6quaiD|atice, but to'tiie iiatioii. Diiring the i'l.liie^S which sp.fiitally separated Ihein, her Rdyal Hi^hnessV care' .and solicit utile'were unpuralleled ; lor fiy^ iitghu �oc-cessiveiy she wi^iclted bjr the bed pC^he^ toiisbi^nd, an\lhl!wiriefrit till every hope �   '     '    -   � last eyi^y hope,hud .4^d. jjind'the Royii| sMliere^ expr^se^ lijpre ,     lOOjC   of.the' i r, pq'Wer'fy'lfy t\ian alt *ord*bis igratiViHle tphi sort rdir hei^ linceatinj; att^iitiot|s,, an(|^ Muiform. afi -hi* ow'ii feefijigs, had he uo.t-^aibratied this ojipprtu-lii^oifVayink h"^      '  ' ,: Tlie woiiciif was then agreed tp, and ,th,e A�J-dressVa brdei-ed to be iireseiited' by the. Jijari^uis CdWwi^IIU Mild the EarlofRbi,^^^^^ ' fldXAL M.jbsAGJE;. r Liirtlshipi weir aUo, ub daubl. .i^ware^ tiijkl n�i pcecedaot coald> be prodtic^d of � c^njlinctBre; euct|f. similmr ta that iii which Parlji-,jiu^ 90(1 thea�tto(i itere aow jAtced^madou wh'c't tbcfHoiisie. �cr^called od to deliberiii�i"They were ,aot^ia the ntiiation ia whick (ft� batkMt ordfiral^il^ toftd. on t|i�  e predecessor (* tbe. siic�:essoi't^''b'iit whifre the Il^itrioos. .PerWnage mo� onUt^ ihrboe wuis Caiiei^ t(> esericise, ra iMbi'ti flame jiudbehiilf, tlie firaciuopf, of royal aiuhdrily, wWch bl! had loiig exwased iu the. name and behalf   of the A�t be icoiisidered iuidet which they i^ete now Acting; for before tite, p4|Bsiiig of that klatttte it was the aooient praf-^qeat)d CeiBmOp bw of th&Uiid. 4hirt .Parliapieiit p^vi}4�ifp!v�.�t thftsflmetimetwithibeKing. Such vrasffie.aM: ^tiiittftlea df tli�:�oii�U7f 'i&uC^ and their tordsbips were aware Lliat lin Ae( of .paiw liaiiieiit had passtsd itt a certaiil time, he believed in (he reigo of King WiMiaiit 111., by which lite existenceof the. former Pitrliadieht was Gontiiioed for sis months after the Royal demise, provided his succesiar did not think proper to.'dissolve it sooner. His .principal object ilid beeb (o obviate any inconveniences which ntight. if rise from a disputed succession; but he was perfijctly ready lb admit, that sTithout taking vhe extceme case of a disputed ^soccesaion, there (night b^inaiiy difficulties at the beginning of a Dei� reigiiy tvhicii niigbt reiidirr it advisable that Parliament should imm>!-diutely assemble. But Ihe Act meritf�proi'ided for the assembling of Parliament, witboiiE'directing, that it shoisid at all enter ou business, leavin? it altogether to the diacretiou of the King whether li� should Kuffer.lhe two Houses to continue sitting, or dissolve them. But the law did oot allow its existence to be protracted hey.otid the period of six months. Such was the state of (lie law, and he admitted that since the period of its enactment it had not been usual lo dissolve the Parliameut till certain poinig of business of un iaiportant naluri;, and particular ly (he state of (he civil li�(,' had been �e(tled. But the latter was a (]iiesliv>u which more pecolinr-ly concerned the interests of the CroWa, and.there-' fore, if the Crowli tliuughi proper .to waive'ttsoWn immediate interest on this uccusioii, out4jf it'-regard for the commoii convejiieuce and weifarei-lie knew uf no public reason Mgaiiist the course proposed, and the immediate dissulntion of Parliameut. If this ijitroduced any alteration, it was only this,ibut instead of inviting the attention of Parha�ient h3�. lily to such w important question as the state of (he Civil List, it afiforded miore tim.e for its due consideration. His fVIajefty's adi^is^rs did oot irisb to bring that great question before the Legislature precipitately, but to allow ample-leistire lac deli* berating ou it. Looking therefore to what was past, he saw no reason why this or the other Hiauie should object, on the scorf; of precedeut, to the mode of proceeding now contemplated.' That being so, the present question resolyed itMlf into this--what was Ihe course, the roost cunveuient and most expedient, for the public interests) And when Ihey took into consideration the impOrtaot nature of (he business haoging. over froui their bite meedng, and that of the public business geu�-rally, independent of the Civil List, he put it ( their Lordships, wbether,.in the expectation of the proceedings affecting themselves, which would necessarily take place by laiy, after a siiort period, and the preparations usually made throOghout the country for supporting tbeif own interests'du aucb an oGcaajon, it was likely that Ihe other'Ho>Me coulil pay the necessary degree of atfeotioii-to boii-iiess, were they toslt for the term the law periuitteti. He asked, whether it wasnot more fitting that the important questions, tq bei shortly agitated in tbe-Legialttture, -should not berseut before  new Parliament, lo receive tbe calm:and deliberate exami-na(ioo due to them? He hati oow *lii(�d the grounds on which the �dvic� bad been given' to ' his Majesty^ to send daw~n tbe rMessaiJe, recois-roending the course which bad been deemed most . proper for the dispatch of the: bvHitess of ih'e country, and most conducive to. the publiij iuterests. The S^obleJEarl tbei� moved ai^.Aitswer to hi* Majesty's Message, pledging (be House tu a i-oncur-reiice'in (he measures (herein recumaieitd'ed. . The ifiotionr haviuf^.been pirt, , The Marquis of LaVUVowh said, that wben* bis dissent frptn measures, reitaatkuble fur deriaiin^ from, all fornier precedents. Thuiigbnot attached to .ancient forms lo liitch^'degree ��. to iiDsgiuc ihtiy should never be depai:ted,froins stiUi>e ihougbt that oothiog was more-valnHbte and deurable in a i^ha: Sta^e tlvin the transmiiisiau of those which experieotie bad dempRstrated t,oJ}�. �t^ettde4 withjuselut c-un-�equeuces. To what;did the .coiKse sta �. .Thei.� *�� On^.^pp^iit pu, .wbicb..j4l',|i�rsoi^'.j^�fe agreed, (biti Pt^Ufin^Dt waitbe worst jodg^ oC'tte ex^xedieuvy it (if Ui:9,f {>>di^o|n|i^nr-iM>4;itbe j%ttciiu>{� WM.^iltiSer debi|ij:i^,i|ieKe^�ad cnwldiiscaricely Wev^ii^alUidtd tbjpij(^!i)^i ^sivol�iug  ivt;:des{ree. k t�i(�.qN>];|,tvf �#4iril ilM^ : ^0(�|^jl9l�j^^; jMk � MiiMMeta(utu�td;#^i�ll|iiJm L ibj�atfpi^t^,,)M^l^^f^^ of ietieti^mg wbether the rigbl of discussing auii   

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