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   British Press (Newspaper) - March 4, 1820, London, Middlesex                                Number '�"mm i T n nr iTiiir T 'ffn .1   9'!' ,-ia"i:i>i'(i rpHIS EVENtNO. SUTBRDAY. M.rch 4 .ft,,       fa�j>nf rait4 MaJMiyVSe^riHrt'^ritt pirrtirm, S<1 tiiue, a Ofw Drama. Jo      '.^j^gg^.pj^^^^;      ? i Theprincipal'CiucAdarK.by.lMestic. Kean, Foote, Pope^ Powell, Hamblin, Penley, T. Cooke, Oxberry, Tkomptoni Hafley, Mrfc\y,W�H'��'i'Mi��tCarew. � ; In Act V.a Jubilal^ J3�J,^3 1JIt)(, l}|aq4, Mio PoTey,&c. The Prologue'to be-spoke& (jy.Mf- Barnard, (be Epilogue past t^n ocuock. Sir Petpr Punel^iir, SFr. HtfefiieUVOtd Siiaps,^Tr. Gatfie; r�,,iaMi Wildfire, Hr.,Bani� e tttkeu �f'Mr: Rodi*eU,;Box Bodk'keeper. Tbe Hebrew Wilt be tvpeate^ erery ereiliog till further imttre. .       , Jnck and (be Bean Stalk will be performed every Monda^ till fnrllier notice'. ' rHEAmB-llOtAt,C6VBNlr-aAjiDEN. THI.S evenin^g, saturday, March 4, will be'acted, %i time, a new Muaiical Drima, called 'ivanhoe; Or, THE KNIGHT TEMPLAR. IvnnliiiP, Mr. C. Kemble-, Sir Reginafd Front de Bauf (Kirn-lilTioipVar), Mr. Macready; Sir Brian de DdisGuil. licrl, Mr. Cuiiuor; Sir Maurice die Bracy, Mr. Ourusrt; Sir l.iicni BcKumanoir, Air. Chapman; CedricKotherwood, Mr. KfiTion ; Waniba, Mr. Liilon; I^ri'arTur'k, Mr. Emery; l>anc (Ibe Jpw of York), Mr. \V. Farren.   Row�na (a Saxon I'rioceiis), Miss Slepbens ; Eleiiha, Mrs. Li�tou;TJlrica, Mr�l I'aucil; Rebeciis(ibe'JewV Daughter), Miss Foote.     .   . With an Iirlerluds, carted THE MANAGER IN IMS-TRESS. Maoagipr, .Mr. Chapman; BuitleCon, Mr. Blaocbard; frith-in�n in the Pit, BTv.. Connor ; Cady lu the Boxes, .Mts. Da* venpo^:i GejilleniBji. on- the 3.IBJR      *" 'he Boxcv (witli new and various Imitations}, Ur. Yulea.   ... After which, 7lh time, a new Farce, called I op late for dinner. Tlic principal Cliaractera by flXessrs, Jones, Liston, Cqn-vur, ItlaiicKard, Emery, Mrs. Davenport, Miss Foute, Mlsi Ki.:Him�iil,aii(i Mrs. Gihbs. A. Private Box may he had for the season, or nightly, of Air. Rrau(luu,tit the Box office. The buiirs willb^opeued at Half.past Six o'Clock, and llie I'iKy l>c> BoDd.atreet, . retail and for cxportalion. Pjteht and llliiini'uufiuu Lamps to let, fur Balls, Routs, Aisemhiirs, &r.| l-ampa repaired, cleaned, and lacquered. Spermaceti and other Oils, for Patent and oth'ir Lamps. Lainp Collons.and Glasses. Sfieaking Pipen'miide a�dfittednp in Town and Country. EUPTURES s|.v.tilily aixi'ratlically CURED, williuKt pain, or interrnplion to-the uaiia'l avseations of the Patient; not by.ilie mere.iise of Trusses, wbijih long ' experience has proved to be ineA'ectual, but by a Course of Reinei�i*si-^Mr.DUBO�R,'Stfriteon ttrtbeOaraniau Dispeu-jtary fui; UlV Cure of Striclurea, ami sole Pruprietor of Da. rail's Medicated BuiigieM,. flatters himaelf that the following � AtlBitntion'((ielecre�lfroih a'stot'iiitnibtf; OmialiiMiMn his .Treutise oii,t|ie Radicali^reuf Rapture) will he-considered as satisfactory evidence of thii fart:-" Parish of .St. Ann, WestimiisnV;  V^oirlthoni^; July'IS; tSid'.' Wie, ih^Over-! �eemofthe Poor qf thi* Fariib;: du:hrreby: certify^.that WiU liam Gusliug, and Cliarlra Moure (one uf the uuur now in ''iljB'WorJiiiirAse of'lhi* Parrsbjj being se'vmly afflict^a Wiih Bspturriit 9areigent;i�y>-ut|l(�Mr.iDBft>i^'forithir.purpose uf cure: iu a very short space of lime they were biit.li^lierfectly cured.   Witness our hauils~Tlioma�Tunikioaoii, J.'SIo'ire-head, William VVy�lFWttt�SFBW>��ney."-Trusses, coo-(tmcted on tbe beMtprkcipiet, are beat pn sttli.,aa litey orb |aei�hWaB^uiiefrfyt.Hift mmiH^^i Rfiws^i*.;' 'Attenil. nee from Ten tu Four, and from Serco> t .US, Sernen itrect, Oxfurd-ntrcet. 10 hmm�t To bit Majetty'i Land jFurocf ii iaH Ban-acftij, ia' khk^ii^iKi^ Nodbtti Islands:-   . . .  ; I'tx i. Bedford,; : 1 GIo'tIer(ine Berks  (including    't(ieCUy�r) the  Town- of  tol), ' Hungcrfprd),      Haiitl,, ,   -i^j ,j Berwickj . -Hereford,     t Bnokfr '   Hertford, ' ^'p" ,Ca;Dt>ridge(inejlad�4,SiinU, ; . ing the Tiiwn of   Isle of Man^;.,;;. New.aiarket>,      Isle^of VYigl Cl*#lerr> *�nt.i (H . Cornwall (includ-     Tilbury Ft iu^ 5i� L ANNUAb '�t�{lXlQ|(.offllM8ECrOR%' ^ewUUiBinp^;the fie^fjirt^f ol�te^ if*i^!��d t^rt^fHb httthj jfi^rf ���te*i*nt o!�te�^.rtWI   petty engaging tt>'beeuit� bound with till! Parly tendering in the amount stated ia the ftrioled particulars forthe'daeper-fatnuuice of IhaCoblrafti***^ '�5i,jCfPP '*<*  .and.(hould it but intere'stitig for country Pressmen lo be informed, that THE OBSERVER of Sunday last, Frbrnaey -27, did 8EVENTY:SIX HOURS, and Ihai at five Presses ouly.  The work wotdoneby Wynue, Stephens, Tuffiiell, Cooke, Beiisan, Johnson, Moore^ Bax-tei', Boak,' Hawkior, Hlxon, Lorimei', and Beach. Observer Office, Strand, London. CHRIST CHUROH, SURREY, Mabch 3, 18S0. ^O liRICKLAYERS, BUILDERS, ai.H OTHERS-Any Person disposed to CONTRACT for Ibe ERECTIOI* of a BRICK WALL, wltbsound grey sturks, and Dorking or Metstbaih lime, about tliree'Kun-dred and fifty feet in length,fourleen incfaea thick, and about ten feet high, is requested lo send a proposal iu writing to me (before the 13th day of March idttiint), settled op and addressed *' To the Churchwardens and Overseers of Christ Church, Surrey," specifying the price pf the work per rod, and the lirhe'wilhin which it will be completed. Further particulars may be had ,un application to my office. J. G, M EYMOTT, Veslty Clerk. 86, Grest Surrey-street, Blackfriajrsroad,' That the atrAKTERLYGfiNERAt COCRT 61 said GO.nPA'NY �p^inted in be held at their House in Leadefihall.�tf�ft,iyn WEDNESDAY, the 2>2d 'nntBiil, at Eleven o%lock in the Foreuooii, is FURTHER MADE SPECIAL, for the purpose of taking into consideration an unanimous Resotulivn of the Court of Directer* of tbe 23d December last (which was to have beeii brbiig'lit under Consideration aiii'lhtI2th'u'f'Januai7 litsi, but �as postponed in conseqitencf of Ilie late hour At which the previous busi-ucsabefoi-e the Court uulliat day. was disposed of), recommending the Court of Proprietors to authorise the Court of Directors to offirr to his Majesty to RAISE and MAINTAIN, at tbe E!!tpENSE of the COMPANY, a CORPS of VOLUNTEER INFANTRY, from amongst the perMns in tite Company'* employ, and if bia'AIajesty shall accept such offer, then to autboiise Ibe Court of Djrrctora to defray Ibe Expenae of the Corps 'o to be raised out of the' funds of tbe Company, and, if necessary, to apply for an Act of Parliament to tanclion the approjtriation of a siiSchht jiarl thereof for that porpote. Copy of the said Reaolutioo now lies open at- Ibia House for the peruaal of the Pittprietors. JOSEPH DART, Secretary. EAST INDIA HOUSE, March 3, 1820, WE   COURT u'f viij^tior bapiliii �rdrrj"iu(ei'-; seeled -with beauiifulwti,lkt^,abqui 133 9!^ter^^0 jiiprnaux) of lueaduw'-land, pleaWe-wundsV'fisVpoWd, and kiicb^n.. ' gardljrt, wtlliatockeil'with fruit-tr�i*.-Tlli�ei�irtt priatice* 16,00.Ofrauc�ayear.,      ;,.r. ^wi    = ,-/i m 2. A ^^eBt COON'tttY SEATj si�ualed in Ihe Conjroune :of CifdeV^; aCilie (IiAatJ(je-^orviiiih^' fjelU>i ~pirlii^lir*;iiiadrr�.�i Mnifti; P^Hft anb^ D�scbamps, Nolariefj Btianlelius. R This Jay aire piibTished,' in 8vo,'''price .9s. REPORTS of CASES of CON H ei^cnoNv LAW. Part 1. of. ROVERT- ED ELECTIONS iu the Sixth ParliameiM of the United Kingdom. By UVEDALE CORBETT and ED.-VIUND ROBERT DANIELL, Etqrs; Barrisfers-at-Caw. London: Printed for J. and w, T. Clarke (late w. Clarke and Sons), Law Booksellers, Portugal-street, Lincoln's-Inn. Of whoni may be bad, jn'st pdbtisbed,' in ^vo. price l&s. The LAW  and  PRACTICE  of ELECTIONS.-By F. N. Rogers, Esqi Barrisler-at-Law. 'ejection law. ~~ This day it publithedj COLLECTION of ACTS of PARLIAMENT, to the 60ibGeo, 111. relative to COUNTY and BOROUGH ELECI'IONS, With References 10 sevrtal Reported Cases, cantaiuiug tbe Delermiuationa of the House of Commons'; , lit TwU Parts:-I. Such at resp^t the Procetdingii at the Electiou-, II. Such ag respect the subsequent Proceed-iiigt on Petitions to the House of Commous.-Chronologically arra'nged witb'a ciipions Ibdex, By JOHN DISNEY,-Barrister at Law. London: Printed for J. and W, T. Clark? (late Clarke and Sons), Lb�* Booksellers, Portugal-street, Lincoln's Ion. Of whom may be bad, in 8vo. price 7*. 6d. An ABRIDGMENT of ELECTION LAW, from the Issuing the Writ to th'e Retiirn.   By Jobu Disney, Esq. A This day are pnblisbed, Second Edition, 2s. 1.  A TREATISE on Ibe MANAGEMENT A of HEDGES aod HEDGE-ROW TIMBER. By FRANCIS BLAIKIE, Steward aod Agent to T. W. Cuke, Esq, 2. An ESSAY on the ECOrifOMY of FARM-YARD MANURE, and on other Rural Subjects.   Third Edition, enlarged, with a Plate and Description of tbe Inverted Horse Hoe, inveated by Mr. Blaikie, pride 2s: 3 BLAIKIE'S'ESSAY on the CONVERSION of ARABLE LAND iulo PASTURE, fcc. fcc, Is.Od. Lunduu: Priuted for John Harding, 36, St. James's-ftreel. GENUINE COFFEE. �BACON ftiidCO.of the COFFEE MART, No.2, Skinner-street, .Suow-hill,-Loudon (established by the West India Merchants and PUoters, 1811), beg re-apecifully to inform Itte Ni>bilily,Geuli-y, andPublicin general, they are selling t!�e very 6nekt Dutch Coffee, roasted,, at 3s,3d. per lb.; Do. Do. Plantation Do, 3s. do.-Deacon and Co. beg to assure Ihe Publiclbey may at all times confidently depcud upon tlieiii Arliclet being of Genuine Quality, qud the finejii Flavour that can.be procureil. Families supplied with Refined and Raw' I^GARS of th'e best qua-litie, -N.B. Fine Turkey Coffee. Dealers and Hotel-keepers supplied on liberal terms. Deacon and Co, have appointed' respectable persona at AEenlsfot the S�le'of th�if'Cofieet in most of ihe'Principal Towns in the Kingdom, and'^hci 8r< alsq selling at the same Price as at their Establishment in Lundoii, viz. Finest Dnicb C4.ffee. roitied3�; 3(1. per lb. .Do- Do. Plaotatiim Do........... 3s. ttd.  do. HOOPING (DOUGH CURED. IT wril be a cohaolatio'ii to ParenU lo kiiowi that , the above 4fgeto'Cbtldren'eontinue� ti>-beCURBD, liearly.aa loou' as a rum^o Oild^ by Air. JOHN KIER-NA^, Surgeon, lie. 29,' Careyitreel, Libcbln'a'Ion, Dormg^Ibe fete m^MtlMtbatlhe-HfiOpiigCoiighS^ecifie .haabeeti mady hnovrn, Irttadreils'tOf all, ages have been'ef-feclually-cured, and daily euutinue to iacreaaein nnnihert; .iliboaf i�(l''of *hoin-l-e^rt- tjf tlft-d^iaiitfiii 'rav�cei"dSily taking place in their diff^uat-ni^gbboArbuadt by-the abovb scoiirge, vi�. two buried in.joue �a.v& many ^ inrenia left '� ch^fdle**; 'so nionir ^bWiid^.i*- one' Wtei; �ie. �&.'' Tft) "�� >Mt 'ra�itean!ob)y>�)isei�'tv^;aU iwbo^bim^aii ub-tlinale Cough which leadtie H,oopii.(g m a few dflyit luager, appl'y in auy re'atfipable'timrj and; iindet'ttw tJlCHtng' tif 'Odd, �hey.�ni be-cwrtuh. t....' l>:.!...ixj        tt;.':,M W, Carcyaireet, ChatKery.laae. AMERICAN LlfERA-mik. _ 0&� df ,Hw thtMt promiij^ii'll pfoAdciwnipt Antp-nctiiii'^t)!tt| ilibi'cb ive hsiV^. fttr a io  3idgazine ia t'eiftlf M tia Wttic^' inaiJe upoit that fj^aljIUutiori b/ theiVorfA Aliierleiih iieviiu:, wbich (fhsiTavi tins ciiontry WU|i tjy^ei^oiVlcinj^ "t'lie prorft^cliortii t>f Arae-rit^tkD j^iliii'*^ acitiaiu tiiat in the'catie of I'rfoinHivi-duail Ibertr i#'�otDe gr'ouiid for the charge. T.h-Dain�s'of thi^fWo persona t() ({tidtedjare Cliarre* B. Brdnii and iiV^ashingtbt) Itifiiig,' The former, wUo �*j (he author of many ^icellen'l periodical works, ia DOW dead, and tht latter a�'at l^he preaent .i}io).iei'c i'li EiisUptii j^arwifig lit* liteifary invesfigaiioiis *lihr thtniiabitot ao,1^1311111 ye and ftiieVy.ctiUi-, vmeSijmincI, and'iaitb a Uste and feeling wliicli do ^ ^iqoa^bosoiirt&h^fii � The'Skeich *BfesR-/�-jtist jjobliihei by MUler, ii�d^r a'fei���d iiaoie, i�a fine example of Mr. Irvinj^V abiiiiyX^ an esiuyiit. It cpiMMts of leveral fkeicriirr on   aoltory auhjecis; They comprise the coiiimoM-place book of a litersry man,' wh" occavioira'.ly bustles thiotigh th<^ busy scene* of life, uiiii niurks with an observing eye tIte iniitgled passioii� which move the frame of that society in wiiich be ci^iintly live*. His senliiuents are not only those of a shrewd but a candid iind iitfgeniious observer. He comphnn* with %etaciob. .: : Sutib has been the: out -�*;ith Mr. llb^trbe. fiqrnjii' a placB a'plfjaretitly ttOgetii^l in th'e'growth of ILferary talent; " iu tht' very"'4naikbr pUce' of trirde'; with'otit fortiine, fatWly' contf�xi'>il8;jor pa. fi)*'t�uy' I . oi*of rt)e'bi'n�inei.t�'fl[rtfwiimH*hidhi<*mWeil the 'whbleU'feeW l�� tal�ntir�na t^RW�ce:tt�*adva��:� 'and eil/afrtA hWm'tlV^lbi^ti;     *" 'eytit* anditulund iae:p�ttic�lilf)f to poiot hiia out   

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