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   British Press (Newspaper) - March 6, 1820, London, Middlesex                                � -1.     B;r' TH^AVHii.mYATTi DnvRy-hAJfu: ; ; rf^HIS EVENING, MQNDAY. ;W^.Vc|i'^^ [Ftfojnltd.cri.a priivc>Pi�,t4.�nt{?{;))�:,iii^.j[fap Jiil new Nb^e) of Jlie principal; Gh�McJt(rg |5r,MsiS''^'|tei^ni Foole,. Pope; Pow�n, Hamhlji,'T^ley^T^fcaofeiJ^Qft^enxi fbompaunj HMfV; Mn<. W:Wi3i;'aiMi1lrli'�s'Cafwr; ' *       ' In-Act V. a .fubilate p�o,by Mrs. Rlan'ir,'Ml9s t�ovey,&c. Tiff PfOJoijue taGeipoiien by BfrCHBar'nard, llie Epilogue Ii,-Mrs.  rgfr. , . , ' A(Yer nrliith, 34th time, jw-entirely new Comie Pantomime, , -'. ,     . called JApC itjfD THE ;BEAN�^TALK; .   Or,-ftAltLEQUlNVAND. TH,e QGRE. . Tb� 04nfe;^!?iV;tf�i)JWii^ Jack, Miss lc^nin,'-Mr. B �n, Mr. Soulhby.  JacVa'Molh'^, M>'�- Pearce..; Jsn^tla (arieirwanli GolHrnbine), j!Ji�f Tree; Arpa, GtniiiQenMia of jIib H-nrp, Miss E8�ordgj-Nign^Ogw> Wfe^dElfiAISenipfl, Mr.Me^ A grOtesqiie Pas DeuK, by JHestfgi Bpl^qa^d jSojrthby. A Pa�.!i�i>;.%,MiM;'&e�s      , ,     i-.v!    " �     ^ '�T*t)��nf;$IIJ- be o.peJ>i^ �![. HiJRpMt Sito M3�:*?aJffe Second Price' 3�. 6d:-Pit 3s. 6.1.; Second Price 2�;-;lflflrcrOaUery 2s.; S<:iK3nd Price Is.-Upper Gallery 1..; S�*ond PricP 6d.   .  Tlie. Bux.'d^CQ trill be open from Eleven (ill Five o'clock TT-PUces to be taken of Mr.Ttodwell, Box Book-keeprr^ T(ie Hebrew will be repealed every evening; till fnriher no.tice. � Jack and the Bean Stalk will-beprrformcd every Monday till rnrthtrnutice. � Tu.mVrraw, The Hebrew, with Frightened to Death. THKATRE-HOYAL, COVK.VTnAllDl�\. THi.S  EVENING, MONOAY.   March 6, wHl be acted, 3d time, anew Musical Drama, called IVANMOE;     . .    ,   Or, THE KNIGHT TEMPLAR. IvpHilioe, ,Mr. C. Kemble; Sir Rcgiiinld Front de Boeuf fKnisbt Temjilnr), Mr. Alacready; Sir Brian de BoiaGuil-b<'ii;i!r.Coniiori Sir Maurice de Bmcy, Mr. Dnrusel; Sir Kucaa Beaumannir, Mr. Chapman , Cedric of Rotherwood, Mr. Egfrton � Waiaba, Mr. Listoii; Friar Turk, Mr.JEmery; Isaiic (the.Je.w of York), Mr. VV. Farren.   Ron(ei)9{a Snxon Princcus), Miss Stephens; Elgilhn, Mrs. Li.ttoo; Ulrica, Mrs. Faucit; Rebecca (the Jew's DaVghler), ftliss FAote. With "an Interlude, called THE MANAGER IN-DISTRESS. HannRCf, Sflv.Cliapmanv-BuRtletoni Mr. Ulanchard; Irish-maji in the Pit, Mr. Gunuor; La esltf(V every rveninj. To.TOuri'Ow, the ortv musical Drama of The^ Antiquoryj MADAMF. MARA'S NIGHT. "ADA.VJjE MAK.A respeclLilly informs  ibe ____Nobility, Gentry, and-Ihe Public in general, llinl her CONCERV, io the King's Theatre, will lake plare on THURSDAY, March 16. Further particulars will be au-nimnced in future advertisemrnls. Box.r.'" .-iBil Tickets to be had at the Opera Box-Office, where daily^atteodance will be given from ten itU four. R. PU B LrlC are respect fully informf-rl; a. that Ihry will again find .Mr. MATHEWS AT PU.IIE .It Hie Tite.ilrc Royal, Enirlish Opera-Hnn.'e, S'raHcl. on THaf{.SD.4Y and SATURDAY NEXT,. .Ilarch 9 aiul II, 1820, whrn he will have the hooiur to repsat bis Annual. Course of Lectures on CHARACTER, MANNERS, and PECULIARITIE.S, 1iy inlioducine his Fiieurf. �o his COUNTRY COUSINS, and Hie SIGHTS of Lt�NDOi\'. Songs.-" Country Commissions"-" White Hors? Cellar" -"Oh, what a Town,'what a wonderful Metropolis!"- " Epsom Itices"-" The Mill (Anglice), a I'ighl"-" Z�-rhary Flail's description of London"-" The Rout; or, I.ady Ftdgpt ' At Home*." Part Third.-Exhibition of the Mnlliplicalion Table during a CH.IfSTMAS at BRIGHTON. Solution of tlic Mysteries of Four liuifs Five by the juxtaposiliua of Fiijures. The whole being embodied and animated by Mr. Ma-theiv�. Donrs to be opened at Seven, and the Performance !o begin at Eight o'clock. Boxeii, Places, and Piiv.ite Boxes, may be tnkcn of Mr, Slevenson, at the Boxoflice, Strand Eiiirance,.froni Trn till Four; and at Fearman's Library, 170, New Bond-street, opposite Burlin�;lon-gHi'deji9. ADELPH! THEATRE, STRAND. FOR THE BENEFIT 1>F THE THREE MISSES DENNETT. r|^BIS EVENING,  MONDAY, March C, SL will be produced the favourite Ballet, composed by My .St. Albin,called L'AMOUR.   " Piincipaf ChorarleiB by .Mr. St. Alliin, MissAyltIt, Mr. W.iilniurii, Mr. Daly, Mr. W. Kirby, Misn Walton, and ihe MiswB Dennett, who will Dance the favourite WALTZ ariu'ALLEMAN DE, from FuriunaiuR, and ihe Iri-h Medley Dance, to (he tunes of " .St. Pal'rick's Day"-"Garry 0>�en"-" I was the Boy'-"faddy Carey" and " Kiily of Colcraiue." With (for  the lllb time), an entire new and romantic melu-dramalic lUtrletta, in three Acts, called IVANBOE; OR, THE SAXtt.N CIIinF. Shxoost-Cedrlc (the Siixou), Mr. Campbell; Ivanhoe flii (.''ster to Odric),, Mr. Wilkin-�on; Locksley (an oullamil l.eailer of the Greenwood Men), .Mr. i. .ItMies; .inierk of Copeuhurst, Mr-John Retve ; Page (.with a �olig), ^''"� La, Holborn, London. ^Villiam Flear, of Tnruagain-lanc, Fltrt-markrt, Lonilon, painter, tu-surrender, March 14, 28, nod April 15, nl ten, al Gnililhall.   Attorney, Mr. U. Jones, New !m>. Edward Ashley, of Liverpool, sailmaker, to snrreiidrr, March 17, 18, and ApriL 15, al one, at I'.ieiSeoige Inn, Liverpool. .'. Attorneys, Mr. Maiigliain, Gieiil Si. MeUns, London ; and Mr. Rowliuson, IValer-sliecl, Liverpool. William Henry Barnard and Charles Barnard, of Liverpool, merchants, to surrender, April 5, 6, and 15, nl one, ,ut the-Gtoige Inn, .Liverpool. -Aiiorneya, .Messrs. Orred ami Lowe, Liverpool; and .Messrs. Lowe and Buwer, Sonihanip* Ion-buildings, Chancery-luiie, Luudun.   , . James M'lolire, of I'enby, Pembroke, cattle and spirit dealer, to snrreiidrr, March 15, 16, and April 15, al eleven, 3t the Castle Inn, Haverfordwest. Attorjieys, -r?1essrs. .Williams, Ililliai-^,aridlla3liug8, Gray'i-lun, London; and ."dr. Vi'illianiB, Haverfoi-dweBt. Samuel W-jrd, of Boston, l.incolH, inillwri-hi, to surrender, March 17, 18, and April 15, al eleven, at rlieAneel Inn, Boston. Allorneys, Mr. Walker, .Spaliling - and Messrs. Lodington and Hall, Secondaries Office,TeKiple, Loiirtun. Henry Chesmer, late of Broad-slreei-linildings, Londin, but now of Brompton, Middlesex, mercbanl. to surrender, .�VlarcS 14,25, and April 15, al twelve, al Guildhall, London, Attorneys, .Messrs. Allisiou and Hundleby, FreeuiBii's-com i, Cornhill, London. ' Geoige Poller, of Poplar, Middlesex, grocer, to surrender, March 11,18, and April 15, at twelve, at Guildhall, London.   Allorney,Mr. West, Red Lion-Slreel,.Wapping. DIVIDENDS. March 27. E:M-ddleton awl T. Dyson, of Bcveiley, York, merchants, at eleven, at the Tiger Inn, Beverley. March-27. J. YoifasJ,'of Carlisle, Spirit-merchant, at eleven, � at the Coffee-house, Carlisle. April 1. J. Prilcbard, of Bristol, grocer, at one, at the Commercial-rdoms, Bristol. March 25- W. Warns, noa or lale of Great Queen-street, Lincoln's Inn-fields, Middlcsix, beot-maker,.,at eleven, at Gnildhalt, Loudon. March 25. J. Heining and E. Hornhlnw, of Bfishopsgate. -.slreel, London, jewellers, al eleven, al Guildhall. April 1. J. Howell, of Sl- Marlin's-lane, jMiddlesex, builder, ateleven, at Guildhall, London. March 25. T. C. Harman, of Wisbeach, Cambridge, linen-draper, at ten, at Guildhall, Loirdon. i> March 21. W. Bolton, of Bury-Mveet, Wealminster, ii!u�>- ber, al Iwelite, at Guildhall, London.-|- April 6.  E. Robertson, of .Manchester, cotton-spinner, at nine, at the Star Inn, Manchester. CERTIFICATES.-MARcn 25. A.Dick and J. Morrison, lale of Sl. Catlierine's-sqoare, East Smilhfield, Middlesex, ale and porter-rnerchants-J. live-sey, of Farnwortb and Greslolee MilN, near Biillon', Lancaster, paper-maker.-R. Brain, nf Bilton, Gluuresfer, dealer.-R. Rowland, of ihe Strand, .Middlesex, linen-dnipe.-. -J. Lee, uf King.sireel, London, warehouseman'-J. Pick-ixinrn, nf Norlb-slreet, City-road. Middlesex, drng-grinder. _L. Jacobs, of Nossau-slreel, Middlesex Hiispital, Middlesex, glass.dea.ler.-P. BaU, of Worcesler, liup-meichaul. -C. Smith, late of Plymouth, linen-draper. PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. : S. Gill, and C. Shearer,of Church-lane, Cummercial-road, Middlesex, October 18,1819.-J. Birkell, and E. Selwletield, of Walling Slreel, Londoii,Maii'chesler-warehonsemen,Miitrh 2, 1820-A. Taylor and J. Papineao, of HaVl-streel, Crutcbed-Friar*, Loiidon, statidneis, Febrgary 23, 18201-W. Baliock andj. Holt, of Leather-lane, Holburo, Loadon, February 28,. 1820. , v    ... PRICE oiTsirGAR. ,'.^ The average .price of Brown or .Museovat^o SuJiar','p>m'.-puleil from the Relnns made in the'week eninhg tlie-: 1st day of Masck 18e�,'l� 34b. 7id. pci('liuudl�di -^elgbU ejt-   

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