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   British Press (Newspaper) - March 2, 1820, London, Middlesex                                NuMBEu 5378. NEVER ACTED. THflAfRB-ROYAL, DRtiltY-LANB.        ' THIS EVENING, THUllSDAV, March,2. his M�jesly'� Serraute will perform, fim (inie.a uew Drama, in five 4cW, called THE HEBREW. [Fonniled on a priucipal Incident in llie last new Novel or Iranhoe.] The principal Character* by Mrs?ra. &enn,.F"ole, Pope, Puwell, Hamblin, Pcniey, T. Cyokp, Oxberry, Tliompsi>h^ Usrley, Mrs. W. #e�l, and SIIm Cai-ew. In Acl V. a Jubilate Dm, by Mrs. Bland, Miss Povey, &c. i The Proloitue Id \>e spoken by Mr. Barnard, Ihe Epilogue ' by Mrt. Orger. After which, the Farce of HIGH NOTION.S. Sir Frederick AneostiiB Pag;eaat, Mr. RTunden; Mr,. Frankley. Mr. T. Cooke; B-isk, Mr. Rnssefl; Tilhokby, Mr. �Kiiieht. Clmilolle, MissCubitt; Miirtba, Mrs.Orger; Mra. O'Connor, Mrs. Blnnd. The Doors will be opened at Half-past Six o'clock; th? Pcrfdmiance will cdmnivncc prcciielyaCSeven.   '       '    _ Boxes 73.; Second Price. 3�. 64 -Vit 39. 6.1,; Sscpntl'I Price 2s.-Lower fiallery ?�.: JSp^id,Pnt*;l�.^illp^i'.e�l,i kry U.; Second PrtenW:-^':-- The BoxOdiccwill be open frqrn Eleven till Five o'Clock -Places to l>e taken of Mr. Kodwell,' Box Bbok.keeprr. Private Boxes lo be had (nightly) nf Mr. Spring, who is appointed Coniplrollef of the Box-Oflice Receipts, the Private Boxes and Ticket Department, as well as the gi;neral arrangement of the Doors. Jack and the Bean Stalk will be performed every Monday till further notice. On Saturday, a Piny, in which Mr.Kean (will perform. The Oprfa of Arlaxerxes is postponed on account of the indisposilion of Madame Veilris. NEVER ACTED. THEATli^-RUTAC, COyE^T.GARDHy. nils EVENING, THFKSDAY, March 2, will be acted, first time, a new .Musical Drama, called IVANHOF, ; Or, THE KNIGHT TEMPt.AR. Iranhoe, Mr. C. Kemble ; Sir Kfgiuald Front de B�uf (Knight Ti-mplar), Mr. iMacready; Sir Brian de BoisGuil-iM^ri, .Mr. Ciiiniur; Sir Maurice de Bracy, Mr. Dnrnsel; Sir Lucas Bfnunianoir, Mr. Chapman ; Cedric of llotlierwond, Mr. Kiicrlon ; VVamba, Mr. Lislon; Friar Turk, Mr. Emery; I v of York), Mr. IV. Farren.   Rowena (a Saxon Hi-nir('.)s), Miss Sft'pliens ; Ulrica, Mrs. Faucit ; Rebecca (the Jew's D--iii�hter), IMiss Fnole. After whiclt, filh time, a new Farce, called 100 l.ATE FOR DINNER. The principal ('liaruclera by Messrs. Jones, Lislon, Con-ficM', Bl:ini'hui'd, Emery, Mrs. Davenport, MisS Foote, Miss ]t[*Hunnint,and Mrs. Gibbs. A Private Box may be hid for the season, or'uijhtly, of Mr. Brandon, at tin- Box office. The Oonra will he opened at Half-rpast Six o'clock, and the Play begin at Seven. Boxes 7s ; Stcond Price 3s. 6(1.-Pit 3s. 6d.; Second Price 2�. -Loner Gallery 2s.; Second Price Is.-Upper  tct. at)l,e Meeting of Freemeii, i^t (he .Safa^en's Heac). Inn, on Friday last, upwards of 800 hVeem"n have siKne'd their Nam.9 to support an INDBPENDENT^CANJDIUATE; luy Gentleman,, therefore,, uf Ijiuse Prificiples,. who. .will ^�nie forward, is requested to address a Letter immediately to thp Independent Freemeii'a dommiiree', R�raccu*a Heati ,lon, Dover.       _ . ,   ' TO THE WORTHY AND IN DEPENDENT CLUCTORS OF THE TOWN OF BEDFORD. Gen-tueues, .     - S u OiMinliition nf Parliament win immdiaiely take place, I shall again olfeY myself as a Catadidalb for the honourof being ynar-R^ireavnlative. 'Having so lately appeared before you in lh.�t si.iuatiuu, it Is nut neces. sary to reca.pilnlale my conduct during the sttorl tut event, fill pe�ud-i�T^ itepresenl.Pacliament; but convinced a� t aiti that the liuel followed was the best forsecurin^ ,iimnip(ritr,d �inr valualUe Cojislitulion, and the' Uappiriciw' and llio, JiWtieiof-rte aifi^ect; 1 �Ba� appear "ftiarleadyWtonrjwr, 71Ui^n�ii^itaifl>�t 5oai*lMud� .tl)�l .high'aiati�iu.iu wVch I iiave been, placed by yonr kindness, and wbicli cuostilutrii the pride and ambition of my life. i shall lake the earliest oppotluntiy  f persnnaUysoVtcit. ing your'support, and have the, boouur to be^Oenllemen, Your obliged Friend arid falthfnl Servant, GEORGE WILLIAM aUJiSGLL. Oakley House, February 26, 1820. TO THE GENTLEMEN, CLERGY, AND FREE. HOLDERS of toe COC^'TY of MIDDLESEX N con-equeiice of tliH Death of our late beloved Sovereign, a Dissolnltun of Parliament 'has taken place. It is not for mc in jud^c whether I have.per. fornied my duly in the last four Parliaments that 1 l-.ave had tbe honour of representing yon, but for yon to decide wliether 1 have executed the trust reposed in me, so as to deserve yonr opprobalion. 1 hope, however, my attention lo the local inlrresis of the Counly, as well as to the public welfare, has not been defective. Friim the very great as. snrances of support 1 have received, I venture to otfer myself as Candidate to represent yo^. in the next Parliament ; assuring you that if I am replaced in that high situation, it shall he my ctMistant study to fullit, diligctitly and faith* fully, Ihe.great trust confided lo my care, to yonr ^alisfac-tiou, and with honour to him who snbscrilies tiimsrlf, Your obliged and faithful humble Servant, WILLIAM MELLISH. Bosh.hill park, March 1, 1820. Tiie Conimiltec fur e.ondMCliui; Mr. MellisVs F.leclion will sit daily, at his house,'I12, Hishopsgale-slreet'Within, TO THE WORTHY AND INDEPENDENT FREE. MEN OF THE TOWN OF MAIDSTONE. Gkntlkmen.: DISSOLUTION of Parliatnent having mkeii place, in cnnseqneuce of Ihe death of our lute veuer. able. Sovereign, I beg ieave respectfully again lo offer myself as a Candidate to represent your ancient and loyal Borough. Rigidly maintaining those principles of iiidepeudence which first recommended me to yttur favourable notice. I presume with confidence lo calculate upon your future support and protection, and should i.fortunately succeed in this object of my hicliest ambilion, yon may rest assureil mi best exer. lions shall be invariably devoted lo your iuterfslx) and lo provejnjjself^ wcKlhy of ..the lrust%;tM J 9. and SAIiK. .of the YV iD, traiiiiuf to W^'M^^tittS,'do horeby giie Kotict, ..'-I ..That �. SPECIAL GE^EMV. COURT of the said C(5Ml�ANV w-ilt he heW'itW'*'' Htt��e' in Leadenhall. straeli ou WEUNESDA-Yl-KKItTv the 8th  ioslant, at ddress jesty. JJIeven y'Cluck Vu the PiyeaniiiJ/fv. icoufitler pf an Adil of Cundotenre from the iMsf-liimiOim'paiiy lo hit iflnjt, ^, npon the Death nf liteUin fi^tajti-'liis revejcd nod Inmentnl Father, and i(f.CungC^taIaiiu|i .a^an hta Majesty*! Accession to the Thruiie uf iliese |ieai�&^^ ' ; I   L   .-ftKEPa-DAfiT. Seeretarv. > '       I ll.'is. boards, Th�   ELECTIONS. By FRANCte NEWMAN ROGERS, Esq. or LincoliiVlnn, Batriiittr at Law. of Objcctini^s to Votes at Elections fur Cities, Boroughs,  a(-his Annual Course of Lectures on CHARACTER, M.AN:fie�inI'_Qi��ti EitgiTsh* 't>pera-H wie, |-�li8Tg�-.-rain, Gentlemen, Your much obliged and faithful humble Servant, ABRAHAM WILDEY ROBARTS. Hill-strert, Berfcelcy.square, JVlaich I, 1820. LIBEKATH5N OF'Mft. HODHOUSE. II. HOBHOUSK havini; nc.eptetl the Invi-tatioH'of the Friends of Parliamentary Reform, Trial by Jury, and Liberty of the Press, to dine with liiem on his Liberation from Confinement on the arbitrary Mandate oftheHouite of Conitnuns, nod Imviut; Itfeii libprnted, the DINNER will lake place THIS DAY, THURSDAY, at the Crown aud Anchor Tavern, Strand, at Five o'Clock precisely. Sir FRANCIS BURDETT, Bart. MP. in the Chair. Ticket!- ad ciicli, to he had at ibr Bar of the Tavern, and of the .Sfctetary, F. B. DiRoam, 110, Strand. The Doors of the Great Koum will be opened at Half-past Three o'clock. This day ore poblished, price 2s. OME   KEVIARKS   .11.   LORD   .JOHN RUSSELL'S LIFE of WILLIA.Vl LORD RU.SSELL, and on ilie Times in which he lived. By SPENCER JOHNSON, E-cq. London: Printed for J,       man, 39, LodKale-slrcel. This dav are published, price Is.  'l, B^tlh. Printed for T. Cadell and W. Dunes, Strand; and W. Blackwi.od, Edioburgh. Of whom nmv also be h.id. hv the same Author, 1. 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(.nodun: Priiitrd forj. and W.^fF-Clarkc (late W Clarke aiMl SSins;, Law Bouksellecs, Portogal-itreet, Lincoln's-liiu. Of whom niav he tad, in Bvo. price If. 1�. hoards, A COI.LECriON of ACTS relaiive Id COUNTY and BOBOVGH ELECTIONS; ttj JohnOJisney, Esq. Birris-ler-st-Law. In 8vo. price 7't,:fed: AN ABRIDGMENT of EliECriON LAW, from the Issuing of Ihe Writ tu the Itelurn; Iq^ John Disney, Esq. THE LATE CONSPlllACy. SEVERAL GENTLEMEN having ex|>re�M a .Usiie lo enter into 8, SUBSCRIPTION to RE-WARD Ihe OFFICERS engaged iii Ihe APPBEHEN-SION of the CONSPIRATORS io.-Calo-Btreel, it is re-speclfnllyaunqunced that Bopks are opened for thai purpose at the folhiwing Biuking H<^uae<, thefirms of which have kindly undertaken lo recilve CuHlributions:-Messrs. Had-siill ^nd.Stirling; 345,Strand; Mrsif.t-Druinmund and Co. 49,Cliariiig-irois; Messrs. Herries and' Co. 10, St. James's. streel| M �;�nv+herB)-'~     . .-^�^.>^''�;.--'i'^--'*--v-, .'..i. .-.J' D. Campbetl, Esq. - . - ,7 J. Fuller. Esq. . . -     2 S, Aris, Esq. Cariterbofy . -1 C Waud, E^q. Bond-street . -     1 .Miss Fitzclaretice . . . -     & Mr. H"bcr . , . .     1 J A. Watson, Esq. -  ' . -     1 r. Marsh, E�q. - . . -     1 Mr. Williams . . .1 Mr. John Morris - . . .    1 .Mr. Davies, Qiieen-alreet - - -    1 John Birkiiell, Esq. : . -     2 .Mr. Broderiok - - -       -     1 A.B - . .   - .2 Mrs. Fellows . ...     1 John Rawliuson, Esq. Public Office, Larabetb- atrrel - - . .50 Hon. E. Perceval . . -   10 - 0 Captain Riehards, R.N. - -        -     1   1 G. H. Robins, Esq. John Brookes, E  Henry BollefVor           -         .         - -1 Alex Boltefeur, Esq.       '    -         . .1 The Morning Post        .       ' -         - -   10 .Messrs. Mnimvariog and Jones          - -    3 Antliony Parkins, E'^q.         -         - -     1 Hugh Parkin, Esq. General Post Office .     1 The Guardian Newspaper         -          - -     b G W. T. M.         -            -            - .    2 J. Roche, Esq.         -         .          - -     1 Rev. J. Freltwell, "Kaithby, near Spilsby, Lin. coliishire'          -         -         - 1 R. Gude, E-iq. Deputy Coroner for Middlesex -     1 At Messrs. Herries and Co. Sir E. Codrington      .            .         - -    1 T. F. Kennedy, Esq. . - - - 5 ,Mi�. 1-Vllowes, Soniei-set-slreet             ...     1 l.ord B.iyiiing      -         -         -         - -     5 The Hon. William Cost          -          - -    1 Thomas Lester Parker, Esq.      -         - -1 At Messrs. Drummouds and Co. Messrs. Garrard, Panton-slnel - - - 3 3 0 John  Kniiihl,  Esq. of V^'ltitchiipdi,  for .Mrs. Suiilhers      - '        -                     - -    3 Mr. Campbell              -           -           - -     3 Mrs. Cani|il.ell      -         -         -          . -    2 L. Biicii.Esq.            -         -    ,    - -3 At Messrs. Hoarc and Co.'s. H. II. Dnhree, Esq.'      -          -         - .1 Josh. P. Dobree.....1 The Hon. W. H. J. .Scott         -   .      . -10 The Hon. Marmadnke Dawney      .       . -    1 Mr. Birnie will be requested t� take the Irouhleof making a due dislributiou of the funds which may be raised. f^R.  SOLO.VION'S   celebrated   AliSTER-^   GENT LOTION, for Ernptions on the FACE and , SKI iS, particularly Pimples, Blolclie�,.Tetters, Ringworms, ' Sunburns, Freckles, Prickly'He'atj- tUdness of the Nose, : Neck',OS AemB, aitd Scorbutic and Cnlaiieuus Eruptions, is recu,i>imei|ded tii ihe N.uhility aiftl- Gentry in the United KiiigMom B8)a valulible'utquisltibb aad appendage lo liie tiiilet.'! 7----rmehl ulatioii for the toi.s of their revered King, and eipreiisive of a 1io|ie that Ins present Alnje�ty would be this happy tusiruittKiit of furwardiug their chiims JFor a com-inuiiioii oftigiiiy, &r. was pa��ed ananimouily. It Willi-xas^enril ithit^ tItVjveittiineiiti coiiUitted in disHvoived, which, howeVeri'"3id ii renileaiaii, at the fiisl fire, received the ball of the latter, it huviiig passed through the body and lodged in his left arm, under the elbow. The medical t;enlleiiien in attemlniice, Doctors Siinp-suii and Little, did not deem it proper to make uny exertions for the extiactiou of the ball, but, nevertheless, tliey expect a favourable issne. After ilie . unfoTtuiiale shot, the interference of the friends produced a. full and entire reconciliation of the parlies. STATE OF IRELAND. (From Ihe Dublin Evenin^Pbtl.J i., tCOUSW^eAtWftY.-- The followini; are the most recent advices from the county of Galway:- TUAM, FEBRUARY 24. On Tuesday night last, we are infnrtned, a number of Ribhonnirn lia  fully conscioiis that they would get a W/irm reception ; no sooner was thtir arrival made known, than the Villagers werein readiiiesi lor an attack, nliicli soon commenced ; the conflict was desperate on both sides, anrf continued so for some time, unli! soraeof ilie Ribbonineii fell badly wound-ed. This circumstance, together with Ihe determined perseverance of the villagers, soon put an end lo the liutllr, and tunsed a sudden retreat on the part of ihe Ribboiiraen. Two men of this villaoe, who evinced a praisuworthy zeal on this oc-ca.'ion, are, we are sorry to state, woti.nded, one of them (laiifjerously Iroin :i ball, and the other slightly from H bayonet. 'J'hey, we have heard, have also cnnimitfed sonae excesses in the neighbonrbood of Duninore, within the last three nights, and broke open the doors and windows of these houses which were ahnt np by their owners, who were obliged to seek shelter in town. We think that the activity of the Magistrates, aided by the party of horse stationed in tliat town, should be a siiffuient means of puttiiij^ them down.- f't'uam Vuielle.J It has t)een thought necessary to countermand ihe inoveineiiis of a battaltnn destined for Scotland, and to direct us march to this county.-fIbid.J A report is prevalent iu town this day, that an engagwiient took place betweeu the Riljbonmen and a p'Jrty of the military stationed near fjoly mount, in which ihe latter kiUed three of theiu, and nrade nine prisoner", NKIVIiy, FKBRO.AIIY 24. On the 20ilv instant, a ditision ol uie 8ih loyal veternns niurclied from this town to lJund.ilk, and I j'csletday the remainder of the regiment proceeded ' on their route to Cunnaugli'. GALWiY, FEBftUAKY -24. TJie residence of Mr. Alliy, at Renvilh-, wiihii) about SIX miles of this town, was visited by llig Ribbowmen,'afthe hour of two o'clock r,n the inorinug of yesterday, where-they difmanded arms, Hiid insisted ou Mr. Atlty uending-om lu� servantv, for the purpose of ailiniiinstering laihein their illegal oaths. To tbrir demands tVlr.Atliyguve u peremptory refusal. They |heii tjireatened l6 demnli.-li the hou'e, if lie tlid not ciiuSply.btilvvithoul effect, us Mr; Athy, havihj^: reeeiW ^jrevions intimation of their visit, had hi,�gelf; and hU^domestics well prepared to give lijeia    narm. r�t;eitfjoi�.   They, M Jcngtb/.dej^A^etl wiih'otit si^^ ii^ury, *Mxtb taut, J. Blakeoeyi E-q. High Sneriff, in tlie'Chair, There Were, besides Mr. filakeiiey, jhirty-tw* Magislr-jtes present^ among whoia were his Grace the Archbislio(i of Tuam, J.tmes Ddly, ft'l.!*., Sir John Burke, General O'Lougbliii, ftlajiars i^eib-bleton and Darcy, of the Police Establ.sbiJifiul. The names of the other. Geatlemeii Ae have iu-serted, from a Galway Paper, at the eiid of ihi* article. They came, it will be seen by the Resolutions we gave on Ttiesday, to a deterintnaiiofl tu iipply for the re-eilactiuent of the Insurreclioii Act before Parlihineiit dissolves, Oor objections u^uinsc this Act are insuperubie-^and we are^ iiolwitht-lan'd.* int; ail we have heard, and nil we know of the counly, slill of opinion, that if the inililary force under the orders of General O'LougHnn, were augmented by two or three reginjents, aitd ptaitd through the county at proper distance.s, aided ^ud directed, as they would be by the resideiit Gent'ry, we dostjjl believe, that a few weeks would restiire the county to order. This Assizes, which ai-e jtlst about lo take place, will operate favourably. Tliere are several Ribbonmeii lodged in Galway K'loi. They will be tried, and the punishment ivith which ihey will be visited, if found suil'y� will have the effect of Alriking a salutary terror.into ihe initids of the di.tuffected. But we will not delay tjie reader longer from a perusal of the following letter, which we can vouch coiines from a source of the first respectability, and, and from the ektracta which we have selected from the Public Journalu of this county. " Augham, Febraary 2i. " The county of-wlway is iu a very extmur-dinary state at presetit. At night the county isia the posseSsioiv of tfii: Ribfaoinhen. There is buf a very trifling military force i* the county, and there are but ten Policemei! in the great barony of Kil-connel, which is iu a tuost disturbed state. Thi� barony lies along the great road from near Balli-nasloe, lo near Aliienry : the Ribbonnien of this county are obeyed in every thing by the lower class of the iniiabitantB> they have made laws to bind the Roman Catholic'Clergy, and instead of a guinea, have decreed that they shall get but half-a-gUinea for the celebration of each marriage. On a lover ana his mistress going to tbe Rev. Mr. Kelly (a Roman Catholic Dean in the diocese ofCloiiferi), the lo\er told the Dean he had orders from his siif.-eriois i.> pay him but half-'a-gninea for petfonning the ceremony-tl^e. Dean, in reply, informed hiin, that he had orders frnm his superiors nut to take less than a guinea, and would not marry iheiu Inr le.... The lover �vas obliged to comply, but informed the Dean of the .dangerous situation in winch I a had placed himself. These people have establi.h-j ed fixed prices also, to be paid to the Clergy of tne 1 EsiublisUed Church, for the ihhes of all such ar-j tides as, by immemorial usage, were titheable in this counly, but they cannot restrain the violence oi their temper at the>idea of their being obliged to pay lithes in future for such articles (to use their own words) as they, aud those who caaie before them, never paid tithes for since Christ was laid iu tlie manger. The Roman Catholjc Clergymen have not as yet yielded to those deluded creatures, and are determined to resist their mandates. They have also made laws for regulating property in the hands of laymen. Yesterday, tbe oiOlh.a Gentleman's steward offered to let some oat soil, for ihi? purpose of having oats sown io it this spring ; the biddings went as hlgli as at the rate of an acre ; but, one of the persons present observiog, that they were not autliorised to bid so high a retit, tlie^ ull withdrew iheir proposals, and the land remains unset. A number of Gentlemen have delivered uj> their arms lo the Ribhonmeu without attempting to make any resistance. This daily accession of arms tends to render the disturbance more formidable every hour. Those men who felt tliey had not. fortitude to protect themselves and tliejr houses with their arms, ought certainly to have sent ihem into the .neighbouring garrison towes, where tliey would be kejit sale: for, by keeping them in thtlr own possession, lliey have indiscreetly contribnied to increase the confusion and outrage of which tins part of Ihe country is the scene. The exnij�|)le is much to be deprecated, and inspires the K>l>lj(>nH'iea with the greate.sl con;uge. I am happy, however, to state, that there are many exceptions to this ion of submission in several parts of the coimtyj and seve-^ ral Gentlemen have, at the risk of tlieii; lives, refused to cumprotnise with these uoctur.ia! depredators, or deliver up their arms. Those Gentteboeu who are eblitjed to keep guard in their houses every night, see with due aiJmiration the itluniieT iti which tlie uriny is left quietly at their quurterii in (ho n . parts of Uie kingiiom that are peaceable, wHiUt kind of msuriection is actually racing in. several parts (jif this county, aiid in a ^reat part of, the county of RuBCOiiiiuoii, ' ^    ! ' " iVlriDuLy, of PuBwndle, exettstlfatseirboih dajr and. night to pot down life- tetribfe systein winch prevails here, wilh 'iKe aeal 'w*e!5r,%ee.0inin^ the^reiirebeutaiivc of a-jfwmily tewFfiJm the Qeuklu' � j'ji a iSs...   

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