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   British Press (Newspaper) - February 21, 1820, London, Middlesex                                Number 5369. LONDON, MOM DAIT^ FJEBRUARY 21, 1830. Pkicb 7d. THBATRR-ROYAL, t>HVRY-LANB. ryHIS EVENING, MONDAY. Febmary 91. .JL    ^ii Msjesly's Servanrs will perforin Shalupeare's Tra. ^'^''"kiNG RFCHARD the THIUD. Kin? Henry fljc Sixtli,  Mr. Pope; Richard Duke of Gio'slcr, Mr. Kenn; Diike of Buckiiiglism, Mr. Holland; Earl of Rithniond, Mr. Penley.    Etizabrtb, Quern of Ed-the Fourth, Mrs. Glover; Lady Anuc, Mrs. W. Weit. After which, 29lh lime, an entirety new Comic Paiitomime, called JACK AND THE BEAN STALK; Or, HARLEQUIN AND THE OGRE. The Osre, Mr. Hudson; Jack,'Miss Porey, afterwards Har-ieqnin, Mr Bolnsna ; PantalOQU, Mr. Harttnnd; Clown, Mr. Soulhbf. Jark'fi Mother, Mrs. Pe.-irce; Janetta {afterwards Columliin*), Miss Tree ; Arfja, Good Genius of the Harp, Mi�� Edwards; Nigra, Ogre's Wife and Evil Genius, Mr. Me-radith. A grotesque Pas Deux, by Messrs. Bologna and Southby. A Pas Seul by Miss Tree. Stage Manager, Mr. Russell-Actihg Manager, .Mr.. iTimlon. "   j. t*c whole under 4Jte personal "Direction of Mr. Erli^iaa; The Doors will be opened at Half-past Six o'Clock; the Performance will commence precisely at Seveu. Boxes 7b.; Second Price 38. 6d'-Pit Ss. 63.; Second Price28.-Lower Gallery 2s.; Second Price Is.-Upper Gal-\ery Is.; Second Price 6d. The Box.Odicc will be open from Eleren till Fire o'clock -Places to be taken of Mr. Rodwel), Box Book-keeper. iPrivale Boxes to be had (nightly) of Mr. Spring, who is ap-pointed Ciimptroller of the Box-OSice Receipts, the Private Buxea and Ticket UeparlmenI, as well as the general arrange-nveut uf the Doors. .tack and the Beau Stalk will be performed every evening till fKTthcr notice. To-winrrow, Shakspenre's Corialanus. Ou Thursday, the Opera of The Siege of Belgrade. A new Drama, in five acts, entitled The Hebrew, in which .Mr. Kean will sustain a principal character, will be pro-iluceil on Thursday, March 2. THEATRE ROYAL, COVENT-GARDEN. \VnS EVENING, MONDAY, February 21, will be acted Shaksppare's COMEDY OF EK.ROIIS, 1q rive Acts-with Sougn, Duets, Glees, and Choruses, s�-U'clcil entirely from his Plays, Poems, and Sonnets. Sdliiius, Duke of Ephesus, Mr. Egfrtou ; *;g(?oh, Mr. Chapman ; Aittipholis of Ephesus, Mr. Duruset; Aniipholis orSyr.inisc, Mr. Jones; Drnmio of Ephesus, Mr. \V. Farren ; l>niiiii(i  igbt1y| of Mr Br8iulon,at the Box ofSce. - .^-iv-^..__ Tlie Dours will l>e opened at Half-past Six o'Clock, *n3 ' the PI:iy hegin at Seven. Boxes 7s ; Stcond Price 3�. 6d.-Pit 33. 6d. , Second . Prire 2s.-Lower Gallery 28.;  Second Price Is.-Upper (iailery Is.; Second Price 6d. 'l"o-n)i>rrow. The Antiquary-after which will he pro-durrJ, fii-sl lime, a new Farce, called Too Late for Dinner. Oil I'bursJay, The Antiquary. ORATORIOS. THEATRE-UOYAL, DRURY-LANE. TB^FIESE PerforinanrPB will cemmeiice on .a. WEDNESDAY NEXT, February 23, under the diriclion of Sir G. S.MART, who has the gratification 10 aHMijunce, that Mrs. SALMON has kindly coiisruled to perform in the First Acts of these Oratorios, before she iiilliU au engagement at another Concert un the same Evening. Paiit  T.-SELECTIONS  from   Muzart's   celebvited UliUUlEM. Paut M.-The First Part of Hadyn's sacred Oratorio of TUF. CUE.^TION. At ilie end of the First Part Mr. Ries will perform ou the Grand Piano Forte an lulrodaction and Variations, com-piiseil by himself, qn the celebrated Irish Melody, " 'Tis the la�t ltdse of Summer." The fulliiwing are some of the pieces which will be intro-duci-d :-By MadameG. Bellochi, (befavourite Cantata " Di piacer," Rossini-Mr. Braham, " Lord, remember David," unil the grand scene in the Creation, " In splendour bright" -and Mrs. Salmon, Air, " Holy, holy, Lord God Almighty," HHlldri. The third act, which will be Miscellaneous, will commence niih Clieriiltini'a Grand Overture to Anacreon, and the per-fiiruiriiice 10 conclude with Beethoven's celebrated Grand i;:iiile Sinfiinia, for which the Oixlicstra will be augmented tj ncai ly 2110 performers. Leadc r !if the Bond, Mr. Smart. A DELPHI THEATRE, STRAND. The new and interesting Burletia uf Ivanhoa being honoured with the most decided applause and approbation by rrowdid and fashionable assemblages, will be repeal, fd every evening of performance till further notice.- During the recess, the Boxes of this Theatre have uniler-goiie considerable improvements, calculated to aflord iveiy accommodation to the numerous and fashionable visitors. The front circle is thrown open, so as to afi'urd a distinct view of the stage, and materially conlii- hu(e to the general temperature of the Theatre__No Pcr- forinanres on Wednesdays and Fridays during Lent. rff^HIS EVENING, MONDAY. February 21. Si, Tomorrow (Tuesday),23, Thursday, 24, and Saturday, 26, will be produced (for the 6lh time), an entire new and rumamic mejo-dramalic Burletta, in three Acts, called IVANHOE; OR, THE SAXON CHIEF. Ssxons:-Cedric (ihe S.ixoi.'}, Mr. Campbell; Ivanhoe lh\i ion, the Saxon Chief), Mr. Willis; Gurth (Thr.il| of CeJric.), Mr. Lee; Wamba (Jesier to Cedric), Mr. Wilkiu-*en ; LocUsley (an outlawed Leader of the Greenwood Blen), Mr. J. Jones; Clerk of Copenburst, Mr.Johu Reeve j Page (w ill a song). Miss Garcia. Lady RowBDa (descendant of Alfred, and ward to Ctdric the Saxon), Miss E. Dennett; iilglilii,,Mrs. Kirby. Noinraos:-Sir Brisu De Bois Gilbert, Mr. Villiers; Prior A jmer, Mr. Rothniiburg; Gundiherl and.Ugbert (Vassals uf Sir Brian), Mr. Adams nnd Mr. E. Shepperd; Isaac of York (ii Jew), Mr. Daly. Ulrica (a dependant on Sir BiiJiO, M>'�. Bemelziicder. Ill the first Act, a Ballet, incidental to Ihe Piece, by .Mr. St. Alliin aud Miss Aylelt, and Ihe whole Corpsda Ballet, To Conclude with (32d time) a New, Grand, Picturesque' Chriftmaa Pantomime, entitled . THE FAIRY OF 'iWn; NORTH STAR;. OR, HABLEQUIN AT LABRADOit. . tu the tour>� of ihe Pantomime, a ceUbiatii Cance by the three Mitsea Deooctt. BRITISH GALLERY, PALU-MALL. THIS GALLERY f..r the EXHIDITION andSALE of ihc WORKS of MODERN ARTISTS, is OPEN DAJLY, from Ten in the Morning till Dusk. (ByOiMler) .    JOBN YOUNG, Ketper. Admission    -Catalogue Is. TO THE JUDGES OF THE DRAMA. TSS MACaULEY is gorry to umier the ' painful necessity of anopuuciag thai she is prereut-cdi 1>y j>iiTlicalaT cinttriutava; Ihe pleasure of scting. her Fricndi at the-King's Concert Room, asinti-nded; she will, llierefore, be buppy 10 Receive lliein THIS EVENING, MONDAY^ February 21, at the CROWN AND-ANCHOR, STRAND, when the cause of this alteration will be fully explained, and where she will give DRAMATIC RECITATIONS froin those Cliaractrra alie has been pronounced incapable of per-funmug, viz. Qurep Elizabeth, Elvira, Iiiabella, and Bel-videra : >iy which effort il may be proved whether she has a just claim 1(>'public estimation; or ^Vther she deserves to be driVtr ---t^--i*-^ '      ... - the imprtriiml- aihiW-wn of one of ypW; Reprewnlatives iji Paflinnieitt,'likre never ceased to 0|?it*i�cltpi�nl� '�,"5 Ua9^-tJeW  ' -  "   - pursued ih�t ntie-(irrt�ii*msHttdr.�jplw�>*dTn  TOmmence with THREE QUESTIONS TO THE PUBLIC (Copies of which will be given al the Doors.) lu the course of the Evening, Selections of Vocal and Instrumental Music, assisted by Miss Ruse, from the Dublin and Edinburgh Concerts, her first appearance in London this Winter; Miss Kinhold (on the harp),and Mr. Reildie, who will preside at the Piano-forte. A young Lady, Pupil lu Miss Macauley, will recite SEVEN AGES OF VVO.MAN, and ALEXANDER'S FEA.ST. To conclude wilh Miss Macauley's Comir Recilation ofthe ADVENTURES OF MOLLY WIGGINS, In Ihe Character of a Yorkshire Girl. Doors to be open at Half-past Six, aud the Performance' to commence at Half-past Seven o'Clock. IHE ANNIVERSARY FESTIVAL of ti.e Most Honourable and Loyal .SOCIETY OF ANCIENT BRITONS.-WELSH SCHOOL, Gray's luo-road, London ;Iiislituted in the year 1714, for Educating, Clothing, and wholly M lintaining Poor Children, burn uf Welsh Parenis, not enlilled to Parochial SeiUemeuts iu or near Loudon. Patro.v-His Most Gracious MAJESTY the KING. prksidbst-Sir W. W. WYNN, Bart. .MP. Vice-Presiuknts, l-ord Bagot Earl of Bradford Lord Kenyon Lord Keosiugtuu Sir Chas. Morgan, B.irl. MP. Liird Kirkwall Lord ViscouHt Clivp, M.P. Eiirl of Oxford .'Marquis of Downshire Duke of NurlbHinberland Earl of Plynioulb Marquis of Worcester Earl "f Jersey i   ' ' ~ .       r"   . ji . n^i jjiiii ; 1.1'. I    III ii �...... TO tliB WORTHY mO^^&iBttT LIT�RY OP T�E FRIENDS orA;Lf)E^AN THORP re^Tuetll; i^aeatr^ 6� w ^ jtf the LONDON TAVERjN, BisU>ndon : Printed for J. Mawman ; Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown; Lackingtnn and Co.; Darton, Harvey, and Darton ; J. Booker ; J. Murray; Hatrhard and Son; Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy; R. .Sciioley; John Cawtborn; and E. Edwards. " This day are published, APOLEON'S MEMOIRS, bv HIMSELF. The FRENCH EDITION, I2s'. The EKGLISH EDITION, lOs, (5d, This NliVTH BOOK of the Great Work of Napoleon is published the first, on account of its temporary interest, as relaliug lo the Return from Elba, the Battle of Waterloo, and Ihe subsequent events. The EIGHTH and SEVENTH BOOKS are in course of Transfatiou, and will appaar in Frenrh and English, in corresponding siae, type, &c. with the NINTH BOOK. To the Ninth Book has been added numerous Proofs, dicteled al Liiiigwood to Mr, O'Meara, proving " 7'he Manutcripl from St. Helena" lo be a Forgery, and highly curious, as correcting falsehoods relative to the chief eveuts of Ihe Life of that disiinguished Persoaage. The M.S. of the Ninth Book, wilh Verifications, may he seen at the Office of the Publishers, Brids-court, Bridge-street. This day is published, in 8vo. price 9s. 6rl. hoards, ADICTIONARY of Ihe PECULIARITIES of the ITALIAN LANGUAGE; being a Collection of Sentences from Ihe most approved Italian Authors, par-tieularising 'those Verbs, Prepositions, &e. which govern different Moods aud Cases; forming a Supplement to all other Dictionaries. By M. .SANTAGNELLO. Author of " A Grammar and Exercises"-" The Italian Render," ice. Printed for G. and W. B. Whittaker; Longman, Huisf, Bees,Orme, and Brown; and H.Colburn and Co. This work may be considered as the fruits of long and successful experience in removing the innumerable difficulties that obstruct Ihe progress of the Ilalian Scholar, and for which no remedies aee to be found in the most elaborate Dictionaries or Grammars."-New Mon. Mag. Jan. 1S?0. SELECTIONS HRO.M THE GREEK POETS. itiJss arepublislieiL in 8vo. price lOs. 6il. boards, f^'E^FTA- e 1�OeT$?*  G^trSv ^ri 1  Usum Sludiosie Jnvenlutis; cuni Nulis Pbilolugicis. Edidit M. HODGE, A M.-Pais Prima. Printed for G. and W. B. Whittaker, 13, Avo-Marla-lane. Of whom may he bad, PORSON'S EURIHIDIS HECUBA, ad fidem Manu-scriplurum emendnla,  el  brevibus Nulla emendatiouuni, potissimuni ratiunes reddeutibns instructa, cum Supple, mento ad Prasi'aliuuem -8vo. price 4�. sewed. Pt)H.SON'S EURIPIDIS ORF^STES; 8vo. price 3s. PORSON'S EURll'IDlS PHCENIS-Sj?;; 3s. PORSON'S EURIPIDIS MEDEA; 3s. In the Press, PORSON S EURIPIDES complete,-rith an Index; in one volume 8vo. VENEZUELA. &c. Tbis day was published, in One thick Volume, 8vo. wilh a large Map, price 15s. boards, ASTATISTICAL. COVl.MEKCIAL. and, POLITICAL DESCRIPTION of VENEZUELA, TRINIDAD, MARGARITA, and TOBAGO; containing various Anecdotes and Observations, illnsirative of the past aud present State of those interesting Countries. From the French of .M. DE LAVAYSSE; Wilh an Introduciion and Notes, by the EDITOR. Primed for G. and W.  B. Whittaker, 13, Ave-Maria-Iane. " Of this useful and instrnctive Volume il is impossible lo speak too highly. The original Author, M. Lavaysse, is a Pbilsnthrnpist and a Philosopher; and the Translator has Mot only done him jublice, but has enriched Ihe Work wilh many valuable notes and illustrations."-(Supp. to Monlhly Mag. Jan. IS20.) NEW HISTORY OF MUSIC. This day was published, iu Two hanilsume Volumes, 8vo. .    price 1/. )0s. biiards, GENERAL .HISTORY of MUSIC, from the earliest times to the present; comprising the Lives of eminent Coinposers ami Alnsicat Writers. The whole accompanied wilh Notes and Observations, Critical and lUuatralive. By THOMAS BUSBY, Mus. Doe. Author �f a " Musical Grammar,'' &c. &c. Printed for G. and W. B. WbiHsker, 13,.Ave-Marta-lane; and Simpkiii and Marshall, .Slalioners'-cuuct. " Viewing this History generally, we are no less struck wilh Ihe rerondile research, than Ihe candour and discrimi-naiion which il exhibils. It it a Woik replete with information, substantial in its matter, candid in its criticism, ornamenlcd in its 8lyle,aiid-hi)nourableto the Author's genius, tasle, and learning."-(Edinb. Monthly Rev. Jan. 1820.) / HE ESSENCE .of PEARL mid PEARL DENTIFRICE, invented by the late Jacob Heaiet, Dentist to the Royal JEamily, have been proved by long experience to gieally .execl, both in elegance and efficacy, eyery oilier pi< paraliou f.ir ibe Teeth aadGums; they effectually preserve the Teeth in a sound stale even lo old age, render them while anil beautifol without impairing the enamel,-fasten such as arir loose, and keep such as are decayed from becoming, worse. They likewise render the breaib delirately sweetj pr^yj^eut the Tooth-Ache, perfectly cure the Scurvy iu the Gums, and matte them grow firm aud close lo the Teeth.-TliV'Eiisence'is particularly recommended' to Parents and Persons who have the csre of Children as Ibe greatest preservative of young and tender Teeth. None are g<;nnine hut what have tbe words, "J. Hcmet, Bayley aiul..l5!ew, Cockspur-Blreet," engraved in the Stamp.   Price ?s, ftd. each. BAYLEY's TRUE ESSENTIAL SALT of LEIVrONS, for ukin'g Ink Spots and Stains'oiU of Lace and Linen. The geiruinc is signed? '* W. Bayley'^ 'tin ;the Bex and -Wt-apper. Also his SGOURINO DROPS, for laWng-Grease out of Sill, 5luff, WuollenClothi.q. wa�' at the City of London Tavern, .on Saturday evei.-iog, to consider of the n^ensiirea necesi-ary for securing liis election 88 one ofthe Represetiiaiive* ai this CouQty Lq Parliament. At about half-past seveu oVlnclc, oo the motion of Mr. Lowe, -- Harrison, Esq. ivai voted iiilo lite Chair. The Chairman then addressiug the Meeting, �aid, that it would argue extremely bad lasle in him were he to detain his brother freeholders aiiif the other Gentlemen present at that late hour; iu retnriiinsf thank* for the honour unanimously ron-ferred ou him; it was mure congenial to his wishes, and more suitable to. their coiivenience to proceed to the business for which they are a.seiiiblert, Th i^a\n announced as candiiiatcs wiiliin a few day� afler liiB King's death. How did th* happen.'' He believed that the Noble Lord li-id been driven to tlie step from inability to find any one but his own sons to into Parliiiineut on Ins terms .ind conditions. Bui it was his lervent hope titat the proceedings of this night would lend to the deliverance of the county of Weslniureland from the disgraceful thraldom in which it had been >o lon�; held. iVir. Lowe, in tising to propose the first Kesolu-lioo saiil, that though not born in Wrsinioreland, yet being firmly attached to tlie principles of. Mr. Brougham, and feeling a deep interest in the affairs of the county, and an ardent desire tnat the voice 'of Englishmen should be hearij uot ftDlvlll.(y'S,.._^tJi thro'ighoul the island, he had taken ?iie libeHy"TW-pre�ent bimself'to their notice. He was the more encouraged to this, because he thou-jht it was fell that (he lime was now coirw when every Englishman should join his I'eliow hi the assertion and exercise of their inulual righio. He then, after a few other remarks, mo\ed the resolution, declaring titat the influence so long exercised in the county of Westmoreland wis no-constitulionai, and subversive of its independence; which having been .seconded and put from the Ciiair, wiis carried unaniaiiAisly. Mr. Steele commenced "by observing, that lie was n very youiij; sneaker, 'but he rose on this occasion witli the its'* relucmnce, because the preceding Gentlemen had fully expressed his sentiments-as one of them hud 'said Lonl Lonsdale hud declared at the last election, that if miv other Geallfcmau would in future stand forward ou iht; same interest, but one of his sons should stand. In fact he understood he^ had given a cliatintt pedge to tliat effect to one Gentleman, who wns net anwiUing to state it. It lad been also fumonreii that .Mr. f-jcizle na8 to offer hiqiself al the ensuiii;:; election, but he supposed that Gentleman hud declined, io consequence of the manner in which it was proposed to him to go into the H-msp; The truth was, there were gentlemen enoui;h in We�t-moreland to represent it, though the contrary would now appear to be the fact, from Lord LmisdaleN again thrusting forward two of hi� own ^olls in u roost uiiwarraniable way, a's he (iVIr. Steele) conceived. Since that it had been ubs'eived m London, by one of his Lordship's warme.st fneiiiN, ilihc were it not for this renewed piocee'lmfj, .\ir. Brougham's success was certain.i Mr, Sieele llieii moved the second resoiuuoii; winch having bet i seconded, passed unanimously. * It e.\pres.ed the astonishment and reprobutinn of tlie mecling at Ih-^ renewed uUempt of Lord Lonsdale lo brinej his two sons into Parliament for the county ot We^iraore-land. Mr. SoULBY moved tbe thirdTesolntion, which   ' staled,that the two present meinbsrs for the cnun'y were not entitled to the approbation of ihtir cpniti- \ tuents. It was agreed to nem. coh.~^' Mr. Lowe said, he felt that some apnlcgy was due to the meeting for offering liim^eM' belnre tl.e meeting with another resolution. But when they heard it, he whs sure if wwtild seiure him their favour, and that wilh oii'e'un'animuus voice they would testify their upptohatioii of it, ,l's object ' was to express the sense ofthe ifiee'ting that ihe pn-litical principles and conductof-Heiiiy Brougham, Esq. rendered him eminently prSpei lo be tine of the reprentalives �if the coiiiitj in Parlianient.- fApplavie.J-111 moving ihiW Kesoltifion, he wished dtsttiictly to state ou what grouilds Iht-.y iriuk his' ' present course, and sto.-ul there. They would concur iiv au expression of ibis sentiVnefii, that they had unifuriiily approved of > the*coUt/uct of .\J'-. Broughaai iu his parlranilentnry seat. It tnigi.c seem strange that a peiriAu-reBidiog, ivke htnVsi-U', in the city of London, should-take so aftive a jiait in the election for a nurthCTn-^couiitji Btit "he thotigbt it the doty  of ever^'^'EiJfetisihiiii* ii'-this  trisi* to come forward and'stale whjt hppeartd to   

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