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British Press (Newspaper) - February 23, 1820, London, Middlesex Number 5371. LONDON, W�D^^SBAr, FEBHtJARY 23, 1820. PaicE 73. OR4TOKI09 , i . ^EATlRE-hOYAL, bRUR?-LANE. YTIHESE PSrlbMftaV4V*ij* c^finiieiicB THIS , 1. EVENING, FeW�ia�y4a. under jheJirfse�i6n of "Sir Na. SMAR*r,, wlip hsf the giatifiailioii lo Bnilouncs,.lliM Mi�. VaLniON has kindly fcoiiKriiled lo |ici-form in Ifie �Ji-irsl Acis of Itese OAtoHttB, litPurt she fUlfih au *i�gp>1!e. 'meiit St another Concert on the same Eyt-iiiiii;. Paht 1.-SELfeCTfbNS from' Mw2iH'� cikl��ied �REQUIEM. Part H.-The First Part of Hadyii's tacred, Oralorio.ef THE CREATION. A� the end of Ifte FirSH Part Mf. Riii -SriHJieifcrin bb tfif Grand Piano Furle ah Introdtictrdii and-Varlaliuns, !Com. ixiscil by bimaelf, on the celebrated Irish .Melody, " 'Tis the last RiiM of SumWer." The folinwinK are soiniB oT the pieces whM) will be tntro-<)uccd :-By MadameG. Beliocbi^ (be favourite Canlata�' pi liiaccr," Rossiui-Mr: Bhitiabi, " Lord, rememlier DaVid-," Jind the grand scene in Ibe O-ealVoM, " In sidenflojlr brigBt*' -_.nn r M'Inlyre, Mr. Abbott: Miss Isabella \Vardonr, Miss Stephens; Miss Muria M'Inlyre, Miss Matthews; Miss tiriirlda Oldbuck, Mrs. Davenport j Elspetb of the Craig-burufoot, Mrs. Fnncil. After which, 9d lime, a new Farce, called TOO LATE FOR DINNER. The principal Characters by Messrs. Junes, I.iston, Connor, Blnnchard, Emery, Mrs. Darenport, MU� Foote, Miss Bfuumunt,anil Mrs. Gibbs, A Private Box may be had for the season, or nightly, of Mr. Brandon, at the BuxoASce. The Doors will be opened at Half-pasl Six o'clock, and Ihi- PUy lie^in al Seven. Ci.xps 78.; Second Price Ss. 6*1.-Pit Ss. 6d.; Second Prire Ijiwer Gallery Ss.; Second Price Is.-Upp'uf Gallery Is.; Second Price 6d. On Saluriiay, the new musical Drama of The Antiquary. On Mtinday, Shakspeare'a Ctitriedy of Errors. On Thursday, March 2, will be pruduoeil, first iime, a new Musicil l)r:ima, called Ivauboe, or The Jew of Yiirk. rg-^ H E PUBLIC are resptclfullv i�rormed, bL that they will again find Sir. M.ATHEWS AT HOME at the Theatre Royal, English Opira-House, Siran
l table with all sorls of Fish, lu |iri-fercnce to all other Fish Sauces, and is esteemed pecu-liiii ly driicious with Game, Wild Fowl, Hashes, Steaks, and ('illJ Meal; warranted to keep (ood seven years in any cli-mi\c. It is presumed that no Sauce ever met with snch ge-iicrHl apprubmion and exieusive sale; it is patronised and M rominonded by most of the first farailii*^ in the kingdom. II is retailed in London hy 2i0 of the must respectable Oil-nii-n anil Fish Sauce Venders; in Balh by 30; Bristol 20; Eiiiiibnrgh and Glasgow SO; and by all the principal Fijh Splice Dealers in the United KinKdoro, raosi of whom sell f iliH country. His late Majesty is drawn as' in the 36th year of his reign, arrayed in bis Itoyal Robes; and his late Uoyil HiKhiiess dressed in bis Field-Marshal's uniform. 'I'licy are dicidedly the finest miniature Portraits that have y lion fpom CiBfiuement. Sir FRANCIS BURDETT, Bart, M.P. in the Chair. Tickets I3a. 6d. each, \o be Had ^t'th^ Bar of the T�vern; and o( tjx^^eietary, F. li. D>epnm,]~]0,'Strand, m. '^�iiiMt^ llieir Warrant for-'lbe Final 'tirawiiig of the LOTTERY, to take pl�e NEXT FRIDAY, 2�h Fe-bruary, when the few'remaining Tickets (having an e*-bessof 6,438;.), forming lire Golden Lottery, with tivb of 20,000/. �nd 1,000 Priies, most all be drawn, and paid iu Gold or Bank Notes, by i. and J. SIVEWRIGHT, E^q. and Vi<*-Admiral Sir Charlea TVIer, m.C.h.'^iW dated February 17,1820. 37, Cornhill; S8, Haymarket; 11, Holbuin ; 141, Oxl'ord-slreet; Who Sold ill this Lottery No. 1,658, Prize of 20,000/. and Seven Capitals. MILLARD'S IMPERIAL SHIRTING CLOTH. (By bis Majesty's Royal Letters Patent) I^AMILIES going iiliroud, or returiiing; from . the East and West Indies, the Nobility, Mereha^its, and Ibe Public, tire respeclflilly Informed, the fAio^/k Cloth is sold, stamped exclusively by the Patentee, at his Foreign and British Family Linen Wareh,ouse, No. 16, Cheapside, and no where elsfe whatever, Wholesale for Exporlatloii, and by the Piece; Ibe Pieces contain from 26 lo 52 yards fur Shirtitig, and is found desirable to wear in the East and Wast Indies, where a wartner article tliib Lincii is required, as well as in the cold climates, aiid fur its economy. The Pieces for Sheeting contain from two to four pair each. Orders execnica with the greatest fid'e'lity. Every descrip-lioli of Family Linens, India and BriiUb 'Long Cloths, White Cliints, and Aji'nfoes, India and llritiih Muslius, &c. thaino^t Superb ludiik aud Curious Britisli sfiawls, peculiar to the House. rpHE ANNIVERSARY FESTIVAL of the JL IVIdsl Honourable and Loyal SOCIETY OF ANCIENT BRITONS.-WELSH SCHOOL, Gray''' l""-road, London ; Instituted iu Ihe year 1714, for Eduealiug, Clothing, and wliully iWiintainiug Poor Children, buru uf Welsh Parents, Hot entitled to Parochial Setlletiientt in or pear London. Patron-His Most Gracious MAJESTY the KING. pjiebidest-Sir W. W. WYNN, Bart. M.P. Vice-Presidents, l^rd Bagot Earl of Bradford -lx)ri! Kenyon Lord Kentiu^tou Sir Chan. Morgan, BaH. M.P. Lord Kiikwall Lord Viscouiit Clive, M.P. Em I of Oxford .Marquis of'Dovusliire Duke of Northumberland Earl of Plymoutli .Marquis of Worcester Earl of Jersey Lord Viscount Bulkeley EarlofPowis Earl nf Ashbtirnhani Earl Grosvenor Dukeof Beauftirt, If.G. Sir W. Lewes, Knt. and Aid. Lord Cawdor Marquisof Anglesey, G.C.B. Lord Dvnevor Earl of Pembroke, K G. Marquisof Caindeu, KG. Lord Gwydir Duke of Rutland, KG. _____________^ Sir Thus. Mostyn, Bart. M.P. j Lord Viscount, Belgrave Treasurer-Richard Edmunds, Esq. Vice-Treasnrers-j-The Ucv. Millinglon Buckley,, and David Francis Jones, Esq. The Nobility and Gentry inclined to support this truly excellent aud valuable Inslitution, are requested lo .issemble at ihe Welsh Charity Stiiool-biiuse lo Breakfast, on WED. NESDAY, Mai'ch 1, iil TT o'clock in the Forenoon, lo join the Presiilcnl, the Vice-Presidents, Stewards, and others. Members of the Most ILiiionrable aud Loyiil Society of Ancient Britons, in celeliraling Iheir Hundred and Si.vlh Anniversary Festival, on St David's Day, at Ibe Parish Church of St. Martiii's-iii-tlie-Fields, where Prayers will be read in the Ancient Biilish I.uiignage by Ihe Rev. Thnoias Alhau, A.M. Vicar of Llaudtillo, DenbigliBbire, Chaplain to tlie Society, and a Sermon preached in Englisii by Ihe Right Hon. and Right Rev; Father in God, William, Lord Bisliup of Loudon, and afterwards proceed to the Fi'ec-masons'Tavern lo Diuiier. prkiident, The Most Noble the Marquis of BUTE. vicg-fresiuents, Celonel Hughes, M.P. John Wynne Grifiilh. Esq. M.P. Edward Prothcroe, Esq. M.P. TSilVABDS, Messrs. John Day,Water.lane, Tower-street David Jones, Blackfriars-road Howell Jones, Lawrence-lane John Jones, Wood-street William Willlims, Esq M.P. William Lloyd Caldecot, Esq. John Wascy, Esq. John' Lloyd, Beaufort-build-iugs John Propert, Dnke-slreet, Portland-place Jonalhan Sterliivg, Strand \Vm. Williams, Wat ling-street J. BENNETT, Secretary. Tickets Ids. each, to be bad of the Stewards; al the Fi-cemasouB' Tavern, Great Queen-elreet, Lincoln's Inn-fields; Ihe Loniloii Tavern, Bishopsgale.streel ; the ("ock Tavern, hfhiiid. the Royiil Exchange; and of the Secretary, at the Wtlsh SchooUliousv, Gray's Inii.road. f/iOiW L^iST NIGHTS UAZETTE. fThis Gazelie contains a Proelamalion by the King for the eoctinragf^ieiit of Piety aud Virtue, and for the preventing and punishiugof Vice, P/ofaneness, and Iminoralily.] MILITARY PROMOTIONS. Oommistion signed' hy fhe f.nnl Lieutenant of the County o^Cliesler. Thomas Legli, Esq. lo beDcpuly Lieutenant-dated Febru-ary 15,1820. Comvcisxion in /A� Corps of (^oquoldiile Rangers Volunteer CAvaWjyaigned by i/ie .Lord l,ieutcna\it of t lie County of Norlbuniherlauil, George Hi-iiry Grey, Gent, to be Corbel, vice Smart, pro-moled-dated February, 11,;1820. Commissiona signed l^y t/ie Lord Lieutenant of ihe County of Norfolk.: To he Dpniy Llenlenauis-^The Honoorahle Philip VV'o^e-biiu.ir. Sir Jacob Asl ley, Bart. Tlionias Bark, E�q. Jamea'' ; Gay, E*q. Edward Dawes Payne, Esq. Joliu 0,ri�, � Esq. Benjamin Norton, Riq. Jvbu Carter, Esq.-all. dated January's,'1820. Commissions signed-by-fhe VieeHtutemnt of the Counig of Glamorgan. - i i t To be Dejiiiiy UenteiiaiitVi-iJohli Plice; T�^"<.'Nrl., ioii Thfllna*;. tesff^Jdlib' Ed*itfaiiv!!Ei'q. William''aj-dv.-;' Estj- Thomas ^4wafd ,Tllo.ma�;;Baq.,-H�irji .Willliim*,� Esq. Eilward Hughes,'Esq. Griffith Llewelyn, Esq. John Henry Vivian, Esq. Thomas Smith, Esq. Thomas Chaile.s, Da^a'and Places oppoiiUed fur holding the Lent Assize* � � 1840, viz';^^ � CARMAI^iTHjEN (ilRCy^T. SA.MUEt. fifeVWafl^l SerjtatitB; |.aw, and John Balcc*, j* live fioo. Sam&ei- Mar- aWAlt, Stajeipt al:LftV. r Jfoii//;tf�/er}r/A�re-Salnrday, MarcQ }0, .it Poo). Penblphshire-Vriiay, Mare1t'34iM Rulhiu. .fJut#�fcire-Thursday, Marclr 30, al'Mold. CA�i/iir�-Wednesday, AptU.A^ylje C�^le of Cheiter. li ,KO^T�"T^MBi;iBiTiCUI,r^ � . fflnm L^'YCEiTElt, Esq. and WiliiAM KEiTaieK, Esq. -Angleney-Thursday, March 23, Al Beaumaris. CornurvonjiAirt-Wednesday, March 29, al CarnarvOH, 4VerioNed booksellers, Februai^i U. 1820- M. Sheplie'rd and A. Cliidloe, of Alileregate, Loudon, Hiien- drapers, February 21, 1530__T. CbeveleV, W. G. Watson, and G.Tytrell.of LiWebouiie and WiJbrook, sbip-cbsudlers, so far as respects T. Cheveley, Febrnary 22, 18'20.- T. Milchison quel R. AlHngton, of Beaufort-buildiogs, ^4|ndj tailors, February 22,1820. IMPERIAL pAntlAia&NT. l,pa-(jrn!ige, Leicesler, -faifm^r.-S. Pnyney uf N�JtHugliai>i, muney-sqrivene/. , ' , V- �'^ ^ dPARTK'ERgHl'HS DISSOCvED;" ..W.'Gv(li>l^iil4;.an4 Tmiii^ be most.pferpWwolf' tO' 't?^ yim\m��iM. �f(ii!L�S|jthefHt,of the Home. The money, however, was granted to enable the Princes* of Wales to support the dig- nity of hjer tiifle. That title bad become extiiic'i, and how coiifd the grant be cofttUibed > The Chahcellor of the Exchequer repeated that the individual person was existing though the title was altereii. Sir R. Witsotr asked, why the word Qijecii should not be inserted, since it was impossiblie (o deny the circiithstance thai thie person in que�ti n was Queen ? . . ./ Mr. Losiai'Ti'oToN said, that it would require a'n alteration of the name in the list of allowances, and if one alteration were adinitted, rII the rest iiiight be required to be altered ; it was better as it stood. A sura of money was voted generally to his Majtfs-ty to meet certain grants and allowances thereinafrer expressed. It would lead to girest ttnd al the same time nseTeS8liiconvenien
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