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   British Press (Newspaper) - March 1, 1820, London, Middlesex                                I       " It'      I'li'l    11 '   II   I    I'      ' '    ''" i) iV)>iiir(i3aL'i^t-tiiy|>M in:'li4ri^re'.' At .Ihe �ud ci/t lite f^xx^.t. Iiff;f,t^^t(ff^f^, �(i ,�hy C|iif jqilBtr ftrtrl.ViU.brrtifflSfii'&eef�^Hj*%lirti'e'1HVorfrtfi 'Pirt*-** front Air. SmaMwalltai 9^-piifW.i(�''tHe 'ilMiift of *oiiVfs,' hf Sirs. Salinojq,.>^i(i� 9j*%j^e,M�aii.J5i)pd{dlM(lie. ^^^^^^ apnropriiWgriitf^'SceM^^ {Mnv�0. andvarigns pirt^. will be;^ferftri>�a*f tfiS'ai^-ctu0j^^l)tM^W|tA^^^ which, aqdaf !lbe.-�rl)Q|fe pEj^(pntkje, j^g g^�  ^ � .  : ; r|iQ:,vigB|LQW, ,,;r9URs.DAVN ,'W�r�h ,2., Jl hisMajesiy's Ser>?ants ^pecforpi, firs^ lipie, pe�!, Drama; m'five acU; califd '   ' the hebre'\v. ' .      ' [Founded on a pnocipat Ihcidenl in tlie last new Mvel of' Ivanhof.] -           .        .     1 .ii The principal Characters by S^ys^r-s., Kean, Foole, I'lipp, Powell, Hamblin, Penley,'T. C-jokf, 'O'xbcrrj, Tligmpaoii, Harley, Mrs. W. West, Miss Carew, Mrs. liiaiiJ,'aiiil Miss _ Povey. .     -  '      - � �       '' Tlie Pr,oloB[ue to bespoken by Mr. Barifi�fd, lheJEj�ilogue byMrs. Qrger. l       .    , After Wliicb, (be Farce of HlGe notions; Sr Frederick iAnS;t(stil9 'P-ijiMit'.' Mr! Munrfert; Mr. Fratikley, Mr. T. Gooke; >Bri�fc,-AJf..�iifs�eII VTitnvlliy, Mr. Knigbt. Charlplle, Bli�s.Cutult;, illar,tha) Aloii.Orger; Mrs.i O'Couiiur, Mrs. Blaud. Bones 7a.j Second'?rii;e ,3b. fid,-pit 3s. 6.J.; Second Pric�.2e.-Lower'Gallery 28.; "SecohU IVicif Is.-Upper Gal-\6rj Is., Second Price 6d.   �     - ' '      - Ji>ck and the Bean-8t3tkwi11'be performetl every Monday till further notice.     ,   � ^      . . i    ; Tlie Opci-a of,.Arl�xerjc�s j.i poslponedonaccount of,lb^ ; indispoaition of Madame Venris. KEVfiR ACTED. TWEATJiE.ROY-At-, COVEH^-aARDBff."' ' rj^O-iVlOR'ROA\f,   THUKSDAY.   Marcirs, � Ml" '�tti be aeted, first'time, a iieew Farce, called TOO LAf'e ;FOti 1) 1n n ek. The principal Cliaricier" by Messrs. Joiira, l.iston', Con- ' nor, BlaAchiM'd, Euiery, Mrs. Davenport, Miss I'oote, Mias Braumontj^ndMrs. Giblis. A Private Box may be had for the season, or nightly, of Mr. Brandon, at the Box office. Th� Doors w41| b* opened at Half-past Six oClock; and tire Play begin at Sevoo. - Boxes 7s.; Secouil Price 3s. 6.d__Pit 33. 6rl.; Second Price sis.-Lower Gallery 23.;  Second Price- \s.-Upper  bly celebrated and popular work, DON GiO-VANNI3 to be sung by Miss Slcpheus, Miss M. T|ee, Mr. ftraiiam, Mr. Bellarny, i\fr. Pyne, and Sijjnor An^risaiii (his tirsl performance at this Theatre)! Part Second.-A MISCELLANEOUS ACT, in Whieh will be performed (first time at the Oratorios) some-Selections from Haydn's Masses; and a Grand Moletio (first - , lime), by Moiart. Part Third.-The favonrile Piece in (laiidel's Sercnala, ACIS and GALATEA: Acis, Mr. firaham; Galatea, Hiss Stephens; Polypheme, Mr. Bellamy. By most particular oesire. Miss M. Tree will sing the admired Casatina, " Di Piacer''(Rossini). The whole to coiiclode with, by an Orchestra of nearly Two Hanilred Peiformers, the new grand battle sinfonia. Principal Vocal Performers :-^Misj .Slpphens, Miss Wil. liams, and Miss M. Tree; Mr. Biabiim, Mr. Bellaioy, Mr. Pyne, Mr. Terrail, Mr. Tinney, Mr. Ciug, and Signor Aii-grisani. .' Places for the Boxes to be teketi of Mr. Brandon, at the Theatre._ ,.      . . . THANKS TO THE PUBLIC. 1 BISH is once mure auxiously-solicitnus to  convey to his best Friends, the Pnblic, his inifeigned Thanks for the very decided preference shewn W Viis Offices in the late Lottery'; and whilst he respectfully .wficfls'a cp,era-Hj>iise, MB hlnll>\ir--T.>' re|M>Hl. bis Annual Cpur^e of Lectnife�,on, ii(��.i �    . ; � I The whole being embodied and auimafud by ,Mr. Mj; - Dnor*tohij]Op�iiEd ^tSevcn,aad the Performance t'o bejffh' . �t E\8j>|,��'CJ�{!^k,   .     .     ., . . 'B'o'XSs,' Places, nnit Private Bi'jfcs, jnay be tiken of Mr. &levai*imV�l�he fc�f* lfed'*ext:li�sivHy hyltie Puleiilee, at his Foreiuu ajid British FaiiiiW Linen Whietii.nsr, No. 18, Cheapside, allii'ho'where'eiRe whatever, ^^'llole.^:lIe fur Itxporlatiuii, and bj-. the Piece; Ihe Pieces, cont-iiu from 26 10 b2 yards for Siiirl((ig,aHii.^ is fpniiil desirable ui wear iu the East and Wcst'lodies, wh^-re a wanner arliole ih^n Linen is required^ as .well as'iu^lhe'cdld rlimrales, and for ils reonomy. Tiie Pjeces for Sheeliii*.contain froui.lwo litl'oiu- (Mir each. Orders executed ivilji ilie irreatest fidelity, livery descrip-IFoil of Fhmily Lineni, India and British Lniii; Cloths, White CJiinlP, and Ajl'isoes, India and British Mualiiu, &c. IbemtiRl .Su^ierb India ami Ciiriuus British Shawls, peculiar Iu tt'te House'   ' "^OTTAdE NEAR NI-W.CROSS, f-URREY,     " Four'Milesfriini the Royal Exchange. TO! BE,SOLD DY PRIVATE CONTRACT, DESIRABLE LEASEHOLD ESTATE: � CiimpHsing a very neat anif commodious'Dwelliiig. . house,.iu Collage siyle, with a large wa'ile.l-Gardeu clothed with choice Fruit Trees in excellent lieariuu ;. and a Court in fiUut planted with Shrubs. I'lie lioiise is sitiiaierl near the end of ficckham-lane, in the High:Road lo Greenwich and Blarkheaih. These Premises have lalely been considerably improved, are in exceVleuJ rrp.iir, and contain two Servant�''-ioum)i; four good Bid-chahibers, and a Drcsanig-room ; four Sit liDg-rooms. two of which coinin.ouicate hy handsome folding . doors, and form occusionaliv a laiffe Aparim'-ul ; convenient Kitchen"; Wash-house, and excellent dry Cellaring ; hard and soft Water, The Premises are held for an unexpired Term of 23 years and a half friim 'Lady Day next (March 25), at which lime Possession'moy/he had, or the present Occupier'will quit at ai^ earlier, Day if required. Some fixtures (which will uot exceed t>Ol.^ are to he taken at a fair Appraisement. 'StBge.Coaches pass to and from Loudon every Half-BBj., . ' ;   ,,    , ,    ...    . Siiy be viewed, with Tic|(.et8, from 10 to 2 o'clock any pW?tfe'^W^i*--(i^ndSi^^^^^^ had Of-Mr; , " il, (awi tatioacrj�J^i!?, Imiee TEi?j^le:hiie%.4nd for' jr-cKps and. Particulars i)f ibe JLta-se, au|)ij^'4u Messrs. Wftl-i Ik^rahJRwtelsrri.Soticitirei (Jlilicw'ry, Loditoii^    ' ~'io~BE SOLD BY'Tccfaofv',    ~- : :^. ' Rr-^Mr.'^feyAIMSi'-': ''-v'^"-!^ � At hi;� .HoMse, No., yf., Pall-Mall, THIS PA.Y, WEDr KESDAV, March 1, and Six folloniiig Days (Sunday excepted), � nnHE CURIOUS a.ifl  VALUABLE   LI- S. BRARY of AMOS STRETTELL, E-q. inrludiiig Cicero on Old .Age, enipryutrd by Caxum ; niriDuyini Eiiis-tojic, Ejrgesteyn, 1470; Lodge's Porlraiu, 18 ParM, large paper. Proofs; Uugdale's Mouaslicoii, 18 P.irls, large paper; Cdxe's Life of Sir R W^lpole, :3 vol*. lar_je (lajicr ; Humeri Opera, a Claike, 4 vols. Urge paper; Cento Novelle Anlike, very rare, \o'lp ; C)iauc>'i''s a8.jeniule of l'\>nie�, unt<{ bnnd, n P.i.io, unique, 161'2, ice. &.c. rg-^llK ANSa'VEliSAlTY T'El^TrVAL of fi.e i Most llononrahle and Loyal .SOCIETY OF AN-CIENT RRITUNS.-WELSH SCHOOL, Gray's Inn-road, London ; Iiistitulerl m the year 1714, for Educatrag, C.lnlhinir, aud wholly M'liiilaiDiog Pour Childreu, born uf Welsh Parents, not eiililled lo Parochial Setllenienls iu or near London. Patiio.n-His Most Gracious MA.IESTY the KING. PRKSIDE.vT-fiir W. W. WYNX, Ban. M.P. VlCB-PuESlDENTi, Lord Ha;:ot F.jrl of Rrailfurd I.nri! Keuyon Lord Keii^iiiglon Su- Clm�. Mursan, Bart. MP. Lnrcl Kirkwall l.oH VisrouHl Clive, M.P. Liiil ul' Oxford ,iMatquis of Uir.vn  (if Worcester Earl �%  .l.ii:V,'.l-\fri '.t-n.i:rjK:\ i'. 'la-li.liiii: > -.iil .dS.vi.  ,H, r , ha. ^   no S>Ol(t ^fl h '    .^""'>^'. - !-tj�t are open dailyat M'* f'jl"""""!.'fM^^W* U, -.i.. i' � . ONftfa'^j.Jwmy�iilj.i't<5�:�*�^�i-'' '� '�'�'.'��    � hffiviuebeen.6d*preAi�to!jtt *rr w is Earl i'f A^shhiirtihaoi Earl ,(>riiisvfni)r Dnk� of tieauroit, K.G. S r W- Lewes, Knt. and Aid. Lo^t Cawdor^ .Mar'quisuf .Anglesey, G.C. B. Lnrd Dvneviir E�rl of Peml.roke, K' G. Marquis of Camden, K G. Lord (Jwydir Duke uf Riillaud, KG. Sir Tho.s. Moslyii, Burl. M.P. William Williams, Esq M.P, William Lloyd Cnldecot, Esq. John VVasey, Esq. Jaha0ay,Walcr-laoe, Tower-slreet David   Jones,   Bladkfriars-road HoiVell Jone*;' Lawrenee-lane kIgJiu Junes, Wuud-slreet John Lloyd, Beaufortbuild. ings John  PrOpert, Diike-slro^t, Portlaud-jilace Jonstb&n Sterling, Strand \Vm.Williams, Wallinft-9lr4et-J. BENNErr,'.Seercl :et.tt'fi the Invi-^ tatiou of Ihe Friemjg of Parliam.ejilary Reform, Trial., by'Jury, au'd Liberty of'l lie'Press,' lojdiiiiSjwild-iheTO on : Ids'Liberiirnrf'iVoof CohfinelninI on'the arbi'irary Maudafe nl^thc House-of Cmnmoti�,-Td-liaivintr':be 'jli?' DINNER will lake pl.ace TO-MpJlROW, THURSBAY, at the Crown and Ani)li(>r''^1'Merni'Strand, at Five o.'Cluck praclsi'ly, -,1, Sir FBiA-NtSIS, BURBEtt, ^tx!M.:f. .i'ti^th'Jl,?(iair. Tickets I3s. 6d each, t� b�>ltad nt the'Bar of the T�vern, andof the Sicietary^ F. B.'Dij>iJam, no^ Strand,       / , 'The'DnoVs of ibe Great Room will be ope'iie'd at Half-past Three o'clock. ' r    .f     :     � ! : ,  : � lS.4RLUMJt�TJ�ftY llEFORM. ' This dSy ;ig^M||*aa,-^rice l�. 6d.''      ' A. N a !{iti-j iVIE'R^Ai-J9TATEt\|.EN-T. of rSL   Ihe IMPEnF^CTjitjEPRESENTATION- of the. PEOPLE of- GKEli'f'Brfitl^i^fJ'Se cause's and remedies. Snidiby SlodBBt^Bi)dSl*u�rt,8�ilfci(�Htri�; 81. Strand. This day is 0idi�t&ifd, in 1 vol. 12 Ji, Paternoster row>/j?y**3^'y^-(.'^^^       �  "'' : , ^'       This'^%pMltfe'd, price 3s. 6d. TbO LAr.#FKyR DINNElli U Farce, in = ,;�       |y�0,:APl�.!',  n'S .   .ijy R. JONES, Esq. , Published by W.^Sams, BookWiler S:1i!s'R:iyill'Hiithnesfc the Dokeof.York, No 1, Sf.James'^sfiiBrt.ii 0f whom may be h|id, Qpera Boxes by.the-^ighlor Seaspn^ -   ,Tbiii r IVo'. I. The Moorisb ' ^i||ad�;   Dow iRiymoji �f! Bttl&�jfS^=Tli*aBi;rth�tf*ftt�Wi '� {Blsntbe.   Aud^lla's Bridal. � Zai^V, Ev-ri�i�., .GiwiuVa � Xic^inrs oftlie E>�atl) of Mesaie�p^p|!iq,Jllai;�,ai)d De Then, af Lyons, Fiidiiy, 14th September, 18i2.' By a Citizen of Lyons.-4. Leslie' veraus Hebrew;-5;'~ a RecolTrctiou.i-T-6. To Thomas CampbeU, Esq.-t^. Abstri"**' of Mcteorolo-giral Ohservations for 1819.-8. Barlow on Magnetic At-trarlioub-9. Recollecliniis.   N<)."n,''�farW Macr4bin, the Cameroniau.-10., Musings__ItjiSabbitb Noon.-12. The. Aurora Borcalis, a Sonnet.-13. Greece, a Sonnet.-14. Horse G(TnianIc!b. No, IV. The impress Ci-own'; a Tale. By ihe Baroness Giroliiie !de laMulte FVjqiie.-15^ Hodgs. kin's Travels iu Germauji-16. There is Death in Ihe Pot. Accuia's Trealise'oif the AdullerHli'oii .if Fdod,"&c__17. On Ihe Writings of Charles Bfockdett Brown, anil Wasbing-lon Irving.-18. On Ih4 propDsed.MoO)i.     � Pi'inled foriT. Cadell and W. Davies,-Sfrand, Londoii; and Willisin Elacliwood, 17, Prij^e's-slr^l, Edinburgh. EDINBURGH MONT^ifLr REVIEW. This day is published, price 2s, 6d. No. XV. of THE   EDINBURGH   iVlONTHLV  REVIEW; cout.aining. Art. I. A Dfscrip(ion,of tlie Western Islands of Scotland, ice.   By John Macculoch, M.D;'-!' II. A Sicilian Siovy, and olh^r Poems.   By Barry Corn, wall. HI. A Treatise on AdulteriitioD-of Food, and Culinary Poisons.   By Freilerick Accun^., , ,      . IV. Polilical Essays on Public Charscters.   By William Haaliit. �    �   � '�'' ' . V. Travels in Italy, Greece, and-the>Ioniau Islands.  By VV. H. Williams. VI. 1. (>hservaiions, A^iecdotes, and CKaractersof Books-and Men. By the Rev. J. Spence.iVVilhNoteSi.'by E. Malooe. -2. Anecd.iles, &e. from Air. P(|pe, &e. , By the. Rev. J. Spence.   Willi Noles, &c. hy S. W. Sing?r.' ' VII. The'Lifeof William Lord ftusBell.   By Lord John Rnssell. ,    ,      ,    . vni. Monthly Lisf of New PuWiciilions.' IX. Liierary and Scientific hrfermat^on of Works in tlie Press, or preparing for. P.u.blic�lioo.,>r,4�;7   � London : Printed for G. and B. Wliitlaker, Ave-Maria-lanc; anil Rudwell aiid Martin, Bouditreet; and Waugh and Iiiiies.'Eiliuhnrgh.  ili�s,,and the Public, agaiiisl the daily frauds and impositions pracliseil by many London and Country Oiimen and Fish Sauce Venders, to Ueceive and deprive tbsi� of 'he Geiiuide.R�ading.Sauce. None are genuine but those which have the corl^s sealed with Ihe impression "J. Cocks, Readiiig," anid also.'the fuU lowing description'of  the Sauce/ on! 4n orange-cdloured label: " Readintf Sance, for ,Fish, enriehlng,Gravies,,lkc. j.repared aud sold, wholesale and retail, by J- focks, Reading." '  "    ' '       . ' This Sauce is ptntrally used �t table wUhaH �brls of Fish;, in preference to *ll other ,Fish SaiWS, apd.iy e^lc^jtied |*ecu. liarly delicious ivith Game, Wild Fowl, Hashes, Steaks, aud C.old'Me�t; warraiited to ketp Sfoodf sfeVWi'jears In ahy climate.  It is pres(inied,lbjt uo S�ace ever, me^wilbsijc'h ge jLW No. 2, Skinuvr-street, Suow.hill, London (establiflied by thfr-Wcftl, lRdi)�,iyie�'<*M�s an* Pl�nftiS,i�8IIt)4 beg�e-apecifttlly,lii infoj-m, lhe;rjiibiU|y,iGeairy,.aod, PafiiJIc in grt^ ner^l, t|tej;are.seJUHgt'rice'usat their Eslablishineiit iu LondoiVjViz. .,,! '^iji�Bt!,Qtitch.Co?eei< .ji;PPrJ?'�-i!t'^'>*at*"� Do^...,..i3s..0d: Jdo.i. mcnaiid FSiiSaiice Venders; iii. ?�tb bjr 30: Bristol 20 j Edinbiirfeh and'Gio�SM'^M> by "alf ibeprlnciiial Fisli* Sauce:DeaUri. ihcihe.Hoited .Kinltdom.iniotlioMwhom'seli:. COCKS'S GErj.ei?f,R^M Ui(ubtprorogued lo (Monday, lhe<13th dtiy of March 'iji'kfr'i'jIrj^'aV, for thal^eiid, pnhlisli this bur Roj^alProcla-i mal^'ojji^'^^'u^^SiJ.bere said Pijjdiameiil accord- I iujjl^i .ap4.4i�e Lorjs .S.pirilual, and. Temporal, and ihc^ iKnigbIs, Citizens, ^nd Burgesses, and the Commissioners for Shires and Burgh�, of ifiii'House of Coimdris, are dis--charged from .Iheij-.ineering,,aiid attendance ,on. the said Moiidny, Ihe,.i3ttidayjof March next. Aiid we beinn desirous and resolred',f sooh'ils may be, to'meet otir people, �nd tor'haveihifr'adv'ie'e 'frt Parlitimenl, do hereby make kuowu lo all our Ibvl^lit|^^i,)ject9 our royal ,will aud plea, sure to,ciill ^ neiv. Btfcliameut: and do hereby further declare,. tt\at, with tbe^acliicBiofjoor Privy Council, we Have given order, that onr Chiintserfdr of t|iai�pWr,j^of' our'United KingdoijJ cdlfed Gfreifi, jBritaiii^'a"* land,, d,<�^espectiv�Iy,  require, wrilafortljwitji loi b� is�0: Chancellors respectivcly,.forcauBing.II Temporal^ and Commons, whulii'e to scr^ffi^tliVsaid Par-liimeni, lolie duly'returned (o, andjji^.ib!e'rr.,allenda>ice in, our said Parlismfift; w|iiclt writs are lo>bereturiiable on Friday, ihe 21sl day of April next. .   Given al onr Court at Corltoii-honse, thii' 2!>lh day, of "February, 1820, iu Ihc first year of our reigu. GOD SAVE THE Kmar � [This Ooztite also contains A Proclamation requiring all Ibe Peers of Scotland lo assemble and ^cet at Holy Rood-House, in Edinburgh, on Tuesday, the 1 lib day of April next, between lli^iMWra of twelve aud two in the afternoon, to choose tlieSixleei>;t'eers who-hrelo iii addVer^'in'the Housji of Peers, in the ensuing Parliament, on'.iehalf of (be Peerage of Scotland.} � . - I III ii ^ At fbe Court at Carllon-honse, the 22d ef February, 1820, PRESENT, The Kiiio'e Most Excclleni Majesly iu CnonciL His Majesty, in Cnnncjl, was this day pleaded to appoint Charles Barneit, of Strallon Park, Esq lo be Sheriff of ihe coiinty of Bedford, in the room of Sir Johii Burgoyue, of Suiton, Bart.  , - if  ; And his Majesty was also pleased to roak�i tbe following amendments upon the roll �- ... County of Soulhamptoa-James Scolts, Esq. made Jamts Scott, "Esq.^ Denbigh-John Lloyd Salisbury, Esq. made John Lloyd Salu'sbury, Esq. ' _ � BANKRUPTS. 'WilliamVauih.in, of Complori.Dando,Somcisct, maltster, to suri'enaer, March 10, at Six, 11, and'April 11, �l eleven, at the Black Bear Inu, Deviats, \yills. Allorueys, ,Mr. Tilby, Devizes; and Messrs. Nelhersol-s aud Barron, Essox-slreet, Sli'aud, London. John Hsrriug Forster and Charles Dnhson, of Norwich, mauufaclureis, to surrender, March 10, 17, and April 11, at four, ar the Rampiul Horse Inn, Norwich. Allorneys, Messrs. Sewell and Blake, Norwich; and Messrs. Tilbury and Laugdale, Falcon-slrret, Falcoii-sqnare, London. Samuel'Morris, of ItlyinliiU-Lawu^ Staft'ord, butcher, to surrender, Match 14, at four, 15, and April 11, al eleven, al . the Red .Lion Inn, Newport, Salop.   Allorneys,' .Mr. Hicl'.s, Gray's'lun-square, London ; and Mr. Brookes, Newport. DIVIDENDS. March 25. J, E. Gyles, of Shoredilch, Jliddlesex, oilman, at ten, at Guildhall, March 30. W. Parker, of West Teisnmouih, Devon, inn--keeper, al ten, al Ihe Public Rooms, East Teigumouili. March 25. T. Browne and J. Forresler, of Savage-gariUus, London, wine-merchants, al leii, al Guildhall. March 28. D. Stalker, of Leadenliall-streel, London, slop-seller, at ten, at Guildhall. March 25. J Bell, of Chuirh-streel, Spilalfields, Middle, sex, boinbazeeu-manufacturer, at ttvelve, al Giiildhail, Loudon. , March'al. J. JaWmieson, of Globe sireel, WSpping, Middlesex, master-mariner, al eleven, at Gnildlmlt, Lniidun. March 25. G. W. Wye,of London, and of Ncivingloii.|>utts. .Surrey, merchant, at ten,at Guildhall, Luoduu. July 8. T. C. Patrick, of Aitslin-friars, London, insurance. broker, at twelve, al Guildhall. July 8. R; H. Day, of Ti.vil, near M-idstoliC, Kent, seed. -crusher, at twelve, at Guildhair, London; March 25. W. May, of Spii.al.squaie, Middlesex, silk-mann- .faclurer, at twelve, at GuiUlh�U, London. March 25. J. Champion, of Great St. Helens, Bishopsgale- 'streel-Within, London, broker, al len,at Guildhall. March 21, W. Coles, of Miucing-Iane, London, broker, al eleven, at Guildhall, ' � March?, T. D. Lailiam and J. Parry, of Devonshire-square, , Loudaq, mercbanlsi at lynelve, ai Uuildball. March, 19. AM. Pratt, uow or late qf Birmingham, druggist at twelve, al the VVdolpack Inu, Moor-slrectjBirmiughani. March 24. B. Gray, of Liverpool,'--mtrchaiij, at one, at ihe George Inn, Dale-street, Liverpool. March 11. Major BlundclliB. Bluudell, and 9. Blnndell. of BdlborD-bridgei London, whalesale drapers, al leu, al Guildhall. March 2:L J- Richards,'E.C. Richards, audi. Richards, jun. oir Marlin's-lane, London, aild of Birmiugham, uierchauis, at eleven, at Guildhall, London. CERTI FiCATfiS.L-M arok 2L -P.^HendersoD, of Newlon by the SeS, Nbihumbrrland, fish-dealer.-K. Sidney, Newroan-streej, 0�iford.strect, Mid-dt.e^trpicture'.dealer.-.R. Malcojji, �f ,A�hborne, Derby, ilea-dealer.-J PeeU- nf t----.     . of fot�enh^mt Middlfcfe�yigJa��.dM]i*.-       .1 PARTNERiWIPS, DIS.SOLVqD;'' �     .'  Wt4Sa� {ydiF*frbri., Sf .'t.�ne.�('rep^; Lnndimi'-d/'r. chSnH, February 2lH-l820.-'C Sfiifi* ailiUK'Sh�v, of aV 1 i k'! near-Birlnin____ and.i-ii-aiackey 11.1 reasey nni] r. FugDJ'ufS^iliney Miif,'A'�'iu, iifham, willers, F 23, ISaO.-^J.Carlwright aud'J.'Iteckrit, rtf Liv.r-ponI, irnnmbngprs,'FebrM�i'y 33, 1320.-JJ Wa��(afl'''aiid B. Taylor, of Warrisginn, painters, Febru^iry 10, JS20 -J. TiodBll;.W:.'|t|prtttll, J'.Tlildalljaod Ri.'Ti.wlail Ills yjui>g'>i, of Scarborough, Yo�k, F(ibrnafy'2fi,'l8^0. i^ii -i'^ri.i' iifcii' ' [From the "ianrfon Menanlile fjricp Current" nrTvcsday, �'West INDIA AK&spAi^H M.\iN PKomrcE '  CorrtE.-Tber^ his' fif Jn liciir'cety fasti stliMhe priVaffe sapes !\'iye hfen liiiuled iii a few p-nc '.d ' Of St.Di>miiit!i>, at Is. uridi-r oin'liisl qiluliillons,   J,t !i a small public ialeoii Friday, htjiv^vi r, llun' iilipea^eU i) |^tefl'T�tl;irliri,;_:yiid ajii^ia" ^d-; too'ce wa's paid'bii'tbe'^-rvioos nnmrnat pr!ce>.' '^Ri'e. stock uf'U'.'T.Cofrre is'iVow 3,!3(i luns, being 9?:i less lhan al ibis lime last year, 'presiiil prices 5.. jier c-vl. lower. Si'GAR.-Two small public ssli's, consisllng of B-rhii..-, Demrrara, and St. Lucia, have taken place iince our fa.-i( chiefly of loW-bso'wn qn.alily, for'ivhich (he pru'es (.riiaiiii.i were Is. lo 2s, Inwef; fur Ihe few lots tif ^inttl ijii.-ilily, ^t^il prires were paid.'Tbedeuiaiidhainut hu-rn live!) oy priniie contract. FoREIcy SVGAS^.-The public sale of 14.(il)0 bags of East India on Wedinsilay wenl i^ff well, at Ihe piijjis inu^ .1 in our Ia.�l; mil niiu',e lijiin ruoe-sixlb w:is l>oii�j�t in Oy ili-.'i propiielors., 42 cheats .Brazil were put upon f->id;ty, hi:,! went raflier liiwer, besides which, ih'-re haji lieitl Utile bi.sv. ncfs (lone in ihiadpscripiil.n ar In Havanuali The slock'of B. P. Sugar is now ^.53t) ca�ki niore t* fl;r. last year's at ihis tiniC; present prices l3s pvr cwl. lower pur Gati*ile averajfis, Ktj.ms haVebeis'ft in good request particularly .faoiaua for exporialiou; and an advance of from l'r.'i\i ii.l. pc�- e;ii',',ou for all slrengllis, lieiweep 14 and 24 per ihiiI. O P. The present istock of Rum is 15,141 piiuclieons, and pure of prptifi 2!,. 5tt per galidu,*     , Slock last year siihie'diife, 12,858 pniicheotis, and price of � proofs 3s. Id, per gat'Oii. � In PiMENTb ai(d'Cocii.!'Ihiire haslieen very lillle done, -    NORTH A.MERICAN PRl),DUCii, A pnblic sale of 1,03.9 hair.-ls A�nt.s, cUicHy Cluebor, was brought fori�ard>.on Friday, ihc wSule wcni off hriskiy at our last qiiolnlioiiH. tii11pbxti-S.E steady. New Caroli.NA Rice,has,been sold, al a triUing re-, -duciiup.    ,   , .   S()UTH A.'VI.ERf:gAN PRODUCE.       .     ,v The Cotton market coniiuues qi)ile,iiij>ctive, .and .(h(!! 'pri9�Bra�l�ar,,Wo4,!Pi fla ;i)iays,iwfVi^5?'>�l'*rC'��.Si��>, i which have gone off beavilyaod. hut liflfe so! DyC�. Tea lias been in steady demand, Buhea has brought nn advance of from fid. 10 7d. per lb, ou llie prices of the last sale, Hysou 2^d.to<4d. advance. Twauk.iy 'Jii. lo .^ijl. and Coiiguii and other descriptions from Id. m I id. profit, 'iiie prices are the same as ihoie which were (said ii the la.st .'.ale. Indigo,-The demand couliiiues kieudy, and Ud. per lb. advance on the last prices is generally paid lor tiie mdinary and middling quahlics, and 2d.- lo 3d. advance on the good aud fine qnulities. LIVERPOOL REl'ORT, FsufiUA.iv 2G. Cotton-There his been a good de n prices me a shade lower, but other sorts ri-niaiu wiiliool tnaleii.! alli-r- . aliuii. -The safes are, 10,101) bua;s, cunii.-iliiii; of 70 .^.a Llands by auction, middling 10 good .it 2(i|d. In 2s. 01.!. averaging 2od.; 40 stained Ss:a luLmds IbJ. ; 4,000 i'miw.";!!, ll^d,"a l-i^d ;  S�0 Orlraus 12ia. u Ini.l. ; 0,O(i0 iVnlams Iflid. a l/id.;   400 Bahias lad. a IGJ,; 100 Maranhiio... IJlJ, a lo'la.; 100 Miiias,Novas 14^.1 ; 150 Mlnas Geiaes ' I2id.,a 12^d,; 40 Dc'mu'ar.is 16d, a li.l.;  60 Crcnada.s l'2'2d a 13ad,; 20 Carriacons al lid.; 40 Cai-lli.igenas lid. ; 51)0 Surals 7d, a'9^d,; 550 Bensals 7d, aRld.; anil hy auction, 100 Dumiiigos, jriiddlin:^ lu fair 12^d a l-^^d ; 5') .Ijdlmilias, ordinary lo .gnnd II jd. a 14d, prr I'l.   'i'be iiiiporls aie,   117 bags East India,  144 New Hiuvideiice, ' 5,0ti4 Savaiiuali and Charleston, 7S6 Brazils, oUU Glasgow, 1)2 Ireland : total 6,472 bags. The Sugar tr.-.irUel has been very flat, and 600 hlid,j. of Demerara aud Jamaica have gone oil heaTily al pub'ic sale ala fnrlher reducliou uf 2i. per cwi on hrowii and luiddlin; qvralilies, Tbedemand for Coffee is .sdil suspended, ai d-Ifie prices of all descriplioiis are in a jieet measure iioniiiial : of 260 bags of Dutch ofl'rred at anciiou, only a few lols sold at Ills, a 118s'. for triage lo ordinar.v, 1>;.^3. for good oj-dinary. and 134s. !)d. for middlinc : -we icdnce our quola-tioii.s of Foreign Gs. a 89.,' and of B. P. 33. a 4s ; at which rales some small parrels may be buuffht, hul our slnck is so muoh reduced, thai lliere is lill-ie iiti'rnu;; at Ihese prices. 1,000, pocicels of East India GJn^jcr Here withdrawn ye^ln-day from public sale al 20.s. for w.iiit at' hti.ver3. ii't-w C'>io-liiia Rice of good quality has bi eu taken fur shionieni 2!-. a 21s, 3d. .A stiiall Inl uf Piiiji-nlo has been sold al dd. llufiiis liiirfr been 111 demand al an advance of Id. iii.J eeii mailu diiriiie il.e.: wei It in Jlunlreals at 38s. |>er cwt. For United Slates A^he?' Ifcere i� nuodrmafttl,i: In; Pearls no' sales worthy of notice b�ve;o(�ir�-di''.- .,'.'; J.. ,:. �           �   . i ; i'.i The pnblic v iles arju(iigO'bron
                            

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