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   British Press (Newspaper) - February 28, 1820, London, Middlesex                                (Jo iMIUViJ^ Number 5375. THI�ATI{R.R0YAL, MtURV^tANE. THIS EV.ENINGK MGNbAY. ,^�brii�ry.28. his Majetny's Servants will perfonn fhe, Cometly ot WH,D OATS; .     ' OR, TIIF, STROt.I.lNG GENTLE-^IEN. SlrG'm.rge T!.uu>lw, Mr. l) )inimori,'Mr. %It^edi(ti; Lamp, Mr. Keeley; f^piiraim SiDimlli, Mr. MniMiHiv'-Sim, Mr.. Knjslit. Lady Amaramh, JBri." W. West 5 Amelii, Mrs. Kiii;;l on; Jack, Mias Puvey, aflerwarda Har-kgiilo, Mr Buloirna; PaatalouD, Mr. Harlland ; Clown, M'-Soutliby. JaoU> Mother, Mn.'Pearce;'Janella (afterwards C(i]iimhinp), Mi!:s Tree ;Ar))a, Good Geniiiaor the Harp, Mi�i E maii; Aniiphulis uf Ephrsns, Mr. Duruirt; Aniipholis �jf Syracunc, Mr. Jones; Diumio of Ephesus, Mr. W.Farreu ; Dromio  ii Thursday next will be produced, first tinie, a new Musical Drama, called ivanboe, or The Kuight Templar. A DELPHI THEATRE. STRAND. * Thr new and iolrresting Burletta of Ivanboe being honoured witii Ihe must decided applause and approbation by crowded a>id fashionable assemhTag^''WilT Tie repealed every vveniiig of performance till further notice.- Duriue the recess, the Boxes of this Theatre Ii4ve undergone rinisiderable improvements, calculated to aiFunI rvery uccuinroiHlalinn to Ihe numerous and fashionable ViKtiors., The fiunt circle is thiown open, so as to �frunl a distinct view of ihe stage, and materially cuntri- bule Id liie general temperature of the Theatre__No Per. furinnnces  ert and Ugherl (Vas. sals uf Sir lirian), Mr. Adams and Air. E. Sheppetit; Isaac of York (a Jew), Mr. Daly. Ulrica (a dependant on Sir Uri.iu\ Mrs. Bcmetzrieder. in Ihe lii^st Arl, a Ballet, incidental to the Piece, by Mr. St. Albiu and Miss Ayletl, and the whole Corpsde Ballet. After which, the Imitative iturlelta of    APOLLO DAGGERWOOD. In the course of the evening, a celebrated Dance by the three Miises Dennett. To conclude with the Burlelta of FUN AND FRIGHT. THE ESSENCE of PEARL a�d PEARL DENTIFRICE, iuvenled by the late Jacob Heroel, Dentist to the Royal Family, have been proved by lung ex-pi'rieuce to greatly exrel, both iu elegance and efficacy, rvt| cure Mr. Lamb's reelection. Mr: Macdohald hfViitg left U^^ta ii4|iMiiQliq(*t)r- |-;.-warm jidktipw. iely lalteo to ae. SVgN'DAItY.'frtiiH ten to Ihp----- I Sl�niii| till Fif�- (ISyOtrftf)-       ">x*'     � . JOHNYi^llNG, Ke^pof^vi AdmiaaioD Is.-Cala|o|tMe'l*. � -.-i---^-:--:---:-^-      : .ill.- � �I,;....,        thia day ia |i,t�bliflieil, price a*. Od. fSlpO LA IE FOR DINNER: a Furce, i.i. *JL" iwii Acta. y By      JOIitE.>i. Esq. PiihlishVd by W. Sams, Bui>k�eli>;r |o bi� Rjiyal Higlmes* ihe Duke of York, No 1,'.^. jiimeaVslret^. Uf whom may be h4,d. Opera Buses by the Niglil of Season. this day is publishn), Ihe. SecuutI Edi|ir>ii,~ ennsirferably eft-. . 1   i ' Jaiiged odd tmproirriL pnc� 1*. M. bdarils, TKEAIISE oil li.e PHYSlOLOGy and A DISEASES uf the EAR-^ containing a .comparwiv^ View of lis Sir'ncliire Aiiil FunctTajiSl, aiiif of its vsriout Disease*, with the .Mndejaf trralineiit. i By.J.H.CDRtIS, e�q. ,      �   v Printed sui4awl.ty6r:)tt4w^ GWEBB respectfully be^s  his Friends and the Public, Ihi REMOVAL. enve to aiipi'ize that the Lease of his House in Lirdgate-street having expired, the Business, whirh has hilherlo been conducted at No. 17, Ludgate.. Blrerl,snd 9, CORNHILL, will in fuMire he solely coufined to the hitlfr Office. Trusting that those Friends who Iwive favoured him wilh their commands have found them pnnclu-ally alieuiled tu, he presumes to solicit a continuance uf their Patronage, 819. cornhill; and il is wilh gieal salisfaction he finds, by a review of the Prizes sold in Lnd. gate-slreet. fhat he has just reastin for congratolaling mauy uD llie sutrets wbitHi has attended their purchases there. . Duriug Eight Yrars, the period which has elapsed since G. W. u|:eaed bis uifire in Ludgale-slreel, be fans suld moke CaPIT/VL prizes,'in proportion to the numlJer uf Tickets bnughl by the Public, than any other OlHce-kee|�r, including No. 8,443, one of the 2e,000(. Priies in the i^itlrry that finished ilrawing on Friday last; and No. 2,570, a Prize uf 20,000f. in the Lottery immediately preceding. ' A new Lottery was contracted for on Saturday, the Scheme of which will be published immediately, and Tickets and Sjharfs will be on sale in a few days, at WEBB'S OfiSce, fi, Cornhill; where Irish Bank Notes are exchanged, aud all Business in the Funds promptly executed. tHE FOLLOWING ARTICLES ARE SOLD BY .MOST PERFUMERS. ATKINSON'S VEGETABLE DYE clianges Grey or Red Hair tu a permanent Brown nr Black, aud which washing renders more durable. The Proprietor hopi's this Dye is too generally known to require eulugium, he merely wishes to caution the Public against various imilaiiuns. The genuine has always the Pruprielor'a sig-naliire. ATKINSON'S CURLING FLUID gives a beautiful gloss to the Itair, and kefps it in curl duriug exercise in dancing or walking, or in damp weather. It ia also a most snr-prising regenerator of the Hair ; for its peculiar virtues in Ibis respect, see numerous- cases of Geiitlemeu who have rrcnvered their hair after lieing bald for years, iti.au Ess|iy on the uaiure uf Diiir, enclosed ri>nnd each Buttle. ATKINSON'S AMBRO.SIAL SOAP, made by � neW process, which diVesliit uf all, irfitaltng qualitiiis. U removes freckles, redness,and hardness from Ihe skinipreveiilt it's irliapphtg. aiid-'makres'ii sufi, whil^^ aiid'even. It W alio prepared  4ull:i�i pkuliarly adapted to UKitttemeg wtm ^ye t.ende^ fa|;(*. It brac^a^lbc 'iiliiu; and iii>ike�llie rititriict mU'ch'eaaier t^iKby (beipm-moil method.   .  ,        . i* -t-m . t-r' j '     =' < � 1    4<, Ucrrai d-iljcrt,, Spho.sijHa^, ,l'jiur cttiulucjiug Mr. Lambii Elcc-linn witftneet daily at Ita.ma,' l�*MJ4;slreH, Covejjt-gardvn, where any communicatiuu.revpecling Ihe Election will.be thankfully received. Parocliial Cummittee Rooms will bo aunonnced in future AdverliMnteiiu. AT a very iiumeroiii aildi hii^lily re�pel  him lo Ibe cardial qpprobalioo aod entire confidence l^f^^a Meeting, and lo Ihe warm supiiprt of ibe I4.very u:\Amiintt,_ t. Thai this Meeting du ple^|i^theniselvei collectively aod individually to use their iq^kt strenuous et^ious lo secure Ibe. re-election of Alderj|i�ii tliorp, and do fifrthwith furm themselves into JDislrict ^Committees fur the purpose uf an immediate aud general Canvass, as the meani best calculated tu accomplish IbM most desirable ubjvct mi, It was rabfvH onauimuutijr^ That^he Thanica uf lU�4 Meeting be given In Boyce Coube,'Esq. for bis polite and able conduct in the Chair. The Livery are respectfully informed, that A'derman Thorp's C^immlllee will meet daily at Ihe King's Head Ta. verii. Poultry, where all rummuaicaiioni wilt be tliaukfully received. TO THE WORTHY AND INDEPENDENT LIVERY OF LONDON. Gentle�en, WHEN I offered myself lo your notice at the last General Electivn, as a Caai|idale lOTepreseut you iu Parliament, I made an explicit avowal of the p.inci-ples which, iu Ihe evtut of my success, would guide my political conduct. _ / Elevated to thai dislingoishrd situation by your unbiassed suffiagcs, I have endeavouretl to perfurm its iinpurtant duties with zeal, fidelity, aud altenltun, with an huueat dc sire to support the rigjils and privileges uf my fellow citi* xens, and to pruraote Ihe real iuterests aud prosperity of the empire. The dissolution of Parliament will shortly terminate the trust which ynu then so generously repoied in me, and you will be called upon lo exercise one of your idusi valuable lights. The kind and friendly receptioa I have experienced daring mycauvass, and the -very flattering Resolutions of support uiianimuusly passed at the pumcrooa arid respectable public Meeting assembled Ihis.day, encourage me to solicit, with ihe most sanguine expecialiou of success, the re-newal of yuur cuufidence. 1 trust my past conduct will niTurd Ihe best assurance of my sincere and zealous atlachmeut l� onr excellent Consti-tutioii, of my firm determinatiou. 10 support every measnre of economy and relrenchmeni, and ^y ardeut desire lo pro-mole a fair arid free representation oTthe people in the Commons House of I^arliament; which is equally essential to the stability of the Throsic and the tib^lliea of tliesobjecl. I have the hunonr'to be, Qentlemen, Yonr faithfiit and obedient Servant, JOHN THOS. THORP, King's Head, Poultry, Feb. 23i 18^5. TO THE INDEPENDENT FimEMEN QF THE CITY OF COVENTRY. Oua Worthy CoMmTawiTS UVo Friesdi, OUR Duty iu liie MouliiiHA'Cianiiuoiia gtill requiring our presence in Tuvbywc are unable peifonally lo refute, and repel, the libellous &nd injurious caluauies which have been so industriously circitla'teU by your and our enemies, since Ihe piiblicalit)n.yii, Your railbfbl%�prescnlativr(, P. MOORE. LDndaa,FabM�rr3I,mO. . :.J^ EjLLlCE. wid %vi^^^ ' ptJBT.ib LtBRA'aV; ldoNi>t;n'-sTREET. MEHSR-S. eOUBURN an.I CO. reM�et aiei}uaiiit their .Sobscribvr* and the Public, that their CATALOGUE is m.w ready for Delivery, cimlaiuiri)g^''besides the more valuabie'Siaiidard Works, dvery inirrrating Modern Publication Jo ihe present day; to which will be regularly added, at the earliest moment, every production of merit and general interest which may appear. They have also the pleasure lo.state, that the entire Library has been recently most carefully inspected, deficiences supplied, important Works added, and Uie whole re-arranged in nent-and uniform binding- The Printed Terms of Subscription to be bad at the Library. This day are published, price 48, Oi. PROCEEDINGS in the HOUSE �f COM-MON.S and in the COURT of KING'S BENCH, relative tu the Author of tiie "TRIFLING MISTAKE," together with the Argomeiit against Parliamentary Com-^ilAient, and Ihe Decision which Ihe Judges gave without bearing the Case. " On fit parvenir celle saliye icrite de la main de Zadig Josqu* au Roi. Son procds Ini fot btenlol fait sans qn'on daigi4t renlendre.-On ne lui permol p'S de parler parce queses labietleii parlaieul. Telle itait la lui de Babylooe."- Zadig, Roman ile Voltaire. Prepared fur the Press by JOHN C. HOBHOUSE, Esq. f.^jS. London : Printed for Stodart and Sleuarl, 81, Strand. NEXT WEDNESDAY!!! WITH A rULL-LENGTH PORTRAIT OF MR. KEMBLE, AS CORIOLANUS. IF you ivish to fatlioin the tnysteries of management, or appreciate the merits of acting, read Ihe tHEATRICAL INCI.UISITOR, scruliniie iU strictures, tlad admire its embeilishmenla. ,?7be furlbcumiug Number of this indepeode'bl Publication, adiJ,aduH:<'Pttirted^�ir�Jobr'�ttiliaie; SS-'Sr.'�m^V street.:, ,p .        i'-,','.  .���..v,  !u:;!   ks^u'       '!<� mUthaUf February 28. 1820. " His Msjeslv has been pleased lo appnint Robert Walter Lord Blaittyre lo be Lieutenant and Sheriff Principal uf the �bir�,of Bcufrew, in the room* of the Earl of GUsgow, re-aigued. '' Hii 'Majesty has also been pleased lo appoint Charles poke of Richmuad to be High Steward, of Ihe city uf Cbicbeiter. , NIUTARY PROMQtlON3. irar-<^fe, .toudfji 93, 1B20. . MKMonAHDtlM. Hii Majeily bag been plcaffi| to apji^ve of Ibe 4! { Fdut being periiiitied to" bear iin its cotopra and a))-. poinliiiciila,in addition I* aiiyother4iiitdcr�>or devices whirh 9iay. for�,beco gr^|edito.lb�^lteg>meul,the worils " Bi^dajox and Salai/ianca,^ in comiiirmdraiiun of. the dis-tWjwfiheililfrtticrfiif thi?^Regin4*Bt aif Ihi ilirite'hf Badaju*, opJOlli.Mnrch^ aSUi^ao^ij (he balHaiverSateiMiica, on Sftii July, 1819. -.1 M Rei^eat 9t DragoiiD .Gaafdi--AMilaid<3argroD Juhit Williamiant ALDi frojm bilf-p�v 7ib J^agmnj Guard'. be Assistaul'^iitgeii^ viceJoh!a'Qtiirmao,' wbnrucinuilf'* daie*F�hhi*y^*.'W�.- '      , &tb,^ilt  frvf. half.fny �f ihe Rrgimeiir,!; to 'be  Assislant'lSuVgruii,  *i<-e. Umith I Wrdgworth Magjna, wIhi exebiiug�l|;-^tMl�i aiit Vt'ttitstri Fendiill to he 4 as abi^vi-.' Cornet George (li^W^iDa to, be Limlenanl,^ by pnrCbtie .   >ice FoixUlI-dated as above. Jlntiiri Oe Usii-, trenf. lo be Cornit, by purchasr^ vi as. above.   . ttb ditto-^Trortp Qniiilerni.isler Thnmns Diomhiwv. lo Rrgiinental QuitHerinastrr, vice Masifcts, dirrasrd-rtntid iia abuse..     ;      ' . lOih ditto-LieuirnsHl.General Charles William Vane, L�ird Sirwarl, G.C.6. |6 be Colonel-dated as above. � I4th�lillo. To be LieMteuai|l�..^eDlenaut John William Gage, fri.m 3lsl Foot, vice Hatnoud, who exfh.ing.Ti-dili d as aiiovt-; and Liebl* nAi.| Eitward Herv ruary. l|, 1820, . _ ........... t Heiiry TJixiiw'-fiT'i? CSpiaiii of s ^'^rrwH^kj^purrimse^vice-Hellalrs, who retina-daiid as aliove. Cornel William Elton lo be Lieutenant, by purchase, vire Dixnn-d'aled as ahuve. 1st or Grenadier Regiment of Funi Gunrda-I.jculenaul John Francis Miller Erski-ie Iu he Li�-nirn-.i)i -jn.l C'.i;i. lain, by purchase, viceLor, from the 42d Foul, to he Cqiniiel, vice hii itnyal lligliii.-s.j the Dnkc of iCi-nt, deceased-dated Jauuary 29, 18'2�. Ensign Thomas Sieplieus lo be Lieutenant, wilhoni purchase, vice Vtiighan, deceased-dated Fehruiry 3, 1890.. Edward Mailer, Gent, lobe Ensign, vice Stepluns-Uaitd as aliove. 6ih ditto-Jnhn William Stuart, Gent to be Ensign, niiii. out purcliaite, vice Chamhfrs, deceased-dtf^ia* ahov.-.. 8lh ditto-Ensign Charh's Colter, from liaflBof iIm- giment, to be Ensign, vire Willram Waiiirfrighi, who r�- changei, leceivtiig Ihe difference-dated Jaou.ii> 27, IWU. 9th  ditto-Captain Charles Barnwrll, fruni haif-p�y I^S.h Fool, lo be Captaiu uf a Company, virv Gruige Stirling, who exchanges-dated February 10,1820. 27tbic� Dix-dated as above. James William Taylor, Gent, to be Ensign, vice M nfgo-merie-dated as abovt. bSth ditto-Eusij-n Henry Hebden, from half-pay ur l ditto -Brevet Lieutenaut-Culuuel Charles Puitier, froui aOlh Foul, lo be Majur, without purchase, vice OWfu', deceased-dated February 10, 1820. 62d ditto-Richard Power, Geul. to be Ensign, by .pur; chase, vice Beauclcrk, |iromoted iu Ihe 27ih Fuul-dated Fibruary 3, 1820. 68lb dillo-Lieutenant Severus Wiljiam Lynam Sirrlloo, from half-pay uf the Rrgiuieut,lo be Lieiitcnaiii, vice Ja�. Sloan, who rxchaiiges, receiving the ijlii'�rruc<.-daled as above. 73d ditto-Lieutenant John Y. Lloyd lo be Captain of a. Company,liy purchase, vice Coanc, whu retires-daled aa ahuve. To be Lieutrnnnts-Easigos Henry Monrk, without pur. cha ruary 3, 18-2l>; aud JhMus Brockinau, from halfpay of ihe Kegiiiirui, vice Charles Jlowsar, wbo excliaoges, receiving the diQec-euce-dated Fchiuary 10,1820. 85lh dittv-Lieuteuant (jrurge Ash Thompson, from lialf. pay of the Regiment, to be Paymaster, vice Bi;;gar, cashiered-dated January 27, 1820. 90th diilo-Captain Stephen Hulmea, from half-|��y 78tb Fool, to be Capiaiii nf � Cumpany. vire Hotlaud, nppuiui. ed to the Isl Royal Veteran Battalion-uated Februavy 3, 1820. Ideulensivt Heoty Dniidas Maclean, from half-pay of the 3d Fuol Guards, to be Lirutruaiil, vie* Jiiha Grant, who exchanges, receiving Ihe ditit rruce-daled Jauuary 27,1820. 91st dillo-Ensign ThuinuH Giddy M'Inlyre, friini halfpay 3d West India Regiment, to be Ensign, vice Juhn Camp, �bell, who exchanges-ilaled Fehntary 10, 1820. ftZd ditto-Lieutenant-Geueral John Hope lo be Colonel, vice Lord Ho|ietouii, appointed to Ihe cummitnti of the. 43d Foot-dalni January 29, 1820. Lieulenant Wyndham .Madden, from the 433 Fool, to. be Captain of a.Cunipany. willionl purchase, vice Innri, de-/ reased-dated February 10, 1820. Riflo Brig*di-Captain Archibald Stewart, from half.pay uf tlw Rtiime*t, t� be Ceptatn a Cinnpaiiy, vIm Charlia bkckwith, wbo exchanges-daled Jaii.WrJf9*, J��i- . ' (for coneM'on nf Qnittle ttnitti pagt.J'   

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