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   British Press (Newspaper) - March 7, 1820, London, Middlesex                                NusiRfiR 5382. THEArRR-RoyAZ, DRVRy-LflNB. filHIS EVENING, TUJElSlJAt.  M�rch 7. X.   kit 11i;$�it>'� Scr�a�' by Mra.Or^iT.   ^ To which will be adH�l the Fnrcc of FUIGHPENED TO DEATH! Sir Joaliiia (>re)rbe�r.,>. ' /ack and (T.,? B^n Sialic will be performed'crery ftfortday till further ni-tice. THliArilE-IWYAL, CQY/iNT.GAl^Dliff. THIS  EVENING,  TUESDAY. M.irch 7. will be acted, I3lh ifme, a new Musical Drama, called THE ANTIQUAUV, Jonnlhan Oldburk, Mr. IJalon; Caxon, Mr. BIsnchard; LoTtI, Mr. DuriisrI; Sir Arthur W.ardour, Mr. Cbapmau; �>lie Ockiltre, Mr~. Emery, Lord Glenaltan, Mr.Terry; Hec. Iiir M'lulyi-r, Mr. Abbott. Miss Isabrlla Wardour, Miaa Steplieua; Miss M.iria .%Mutyre, Miis Matthcwa; Miaa Criirldn Oldliurk, Mrs. Dareupurt; Elspelh of the Craig-bornfootjMrs. Faricit. With an Interlude, called THE MANAGER IN DISTRESS. Maoaerr, Mr. Cbapnian; Buslleton, Mr. Blanchard; Irish. Biau in ilic Pit, Mr, Cniiuor ; Lady iu the Boxes, .Mra. Dik-vcupurl; Gv'n.th'Uian on Ihe Singe and in the Boxes (with new and i-ai ions liniialiuns), Mr. Vales. Aftrr which, 91b time, a new Farce, railed lOO LATE FOR DINNER. Tlie prmciii�rCl(aracter�-by Metara. Jours, l,iaton,Con-nur, Klanihard^ Emery,, Mrs. Darenport, Miss Foote, Miaa Itr�unient,'nud Mra: Gihhs. A Private ttox may be had for tlic aeason, or nightly, of Mr. Braudoiij -.it the Box ofHcc. Tlic .MiinagiM- in Distress, and Too Late for Dinner, will bp rfpraitrd every, evenlne, <�ii Thuriday, Irauhue, or The Knight Templar. ORATORIOS DURING LENT. THEATRE-ROYAL, govF.NT GARDEN. LAST TIME but TWO of the PRESENT SEASON. ON FRIDAY NEXT, ftlarclf 10, iiodrr the immediate, direction of Mr. Bishop, a GRAND I'EItfORMANCE �jf CLASSICAL MUSIC. Sriecled from The .MeDsiah, The Creation, Requiem, ioahua, L'Allrgro, Solomnn, Ssc. &c. First (ime at Ihe O^Bturios, a lliird Grand Motelto, composed by Mozart; a Hjmn, from the Sacred Drama of'" Joi ai'ph," Urhul} a. New Sfeua, MS.; and � Motetlo, intrr-spri-srd with v.irious popular pieces from the most favourite Ciimpusiliuus of Handel, Haydn, Mozart,Chernbini, Winter, Mayrr, ItoKsiui, Pnrcell, Dr. Boyce, and Dr. Arue. Ill ibe niui'sc of ihe evening Miss Slepliena will aing ]'tirctivtiit fevers or convulsions, for slimilil it come in cimu-pi'iiiion with any other dporder, it ut'ii-ii destrmya Ijie }]o-ilicr's hriglilest hopea. Parents who may be dubiu,u> uf the viriues of the Soothing Syrup, may rrfir to the different cases tliat have appeared in -the Newspapers for these last leii years. " Siiicf JVIri.'Johnson hu.apprppriated 4ne.h0urlnf.ice a wetli, viz. from ^ine. lo' Ten o'Cl'ocIc'on'TfiVsday and lurday MoVuittgs^ to ihe poor, who bavediildreii aiHicled iu cutting tb^ir'leeth, by bringing'a letter-from a hou^ keeper, lhatibi; Mother ia a^r^at object uf.cbariiy, lias made it SI, unirersaily known in almost every faniiiy hdiere there are re�(n;iMfiiUv in*orfn'�l, that they vrilt ngain find Mr. MATHEWS AT HOME at the .Theatre |loyal. English Opei�-Honsej Sirnnd. on THORSDAY and SATUtllDAY NEXT, Wareh^ aud It.'lSSa, when he will have the hrtunni - .SURREY THEATRE. ' No l^rforinaucfon VVednvadoys nnd-Fridays di�rinsg.LeuL.i pHlS EVENING, TUESDAY. Match 7. are yuuij|| Cbildr^n^ Mra. J.liojpea �> gr.r?! �, cbar^ly will uui he'abuKCd,'as'itiVbut bYber]i>rivte pfdr^e^ '.'' ' \ To be iiad bf'tlie' Wiijii'icfoW'^oiius'^^ and Williain's, 0. M, NewDBO-atreel, Oxford-street, London 'tiiid,iVy �i'-i�WMiiih|o*a),'o�j8�M�n pjinjiisi�is*i||lB�i�EI�9B�'l^ j8L�i Price Td. KTER mv fortn^r fcapeclfnl to defe^ i^Anmnlii0t^Vlf^n' fWLmiAd I bad been cnahlni Iu;4*cr(laitv:lK>iir�Ki><(^'MKi*a ac rliTClioii ,wer� received. ,The |�;t�^^||^��r|<|ird^,�hkki from the very aucreasfui |�rdun, March 7,1820. N.B,-Alderman Thorp's Commillee will meet daily at Ihe Kiiig'a Head, f^wllryji where'-any.Cuntmnaicalioa will be thankfoHjr received. '  TO THE WORTHY AND INDEPENDENT FREE. MEN OF THE CITY OF YORK. Brotueh FiiEEMEir, AN early Dissolution oflhe preaent Parrmment, iu coustqiience of the death of our late revered .Sovereign, having lieen officially aimouored, I agaiu venture lo ofiVr my services as your Repreaentative. However 'fiimly, on former oceaainna, I may bare relied upon that, apprubation ofjny political conduct, which can alone entitle nie to the proud ailualioit of repreaentiBg yon in Parliament, I am induced at the preaent moment lo renew Ihe offer of my services with increased confidence, fully persuaded that the political occurrencea of Ihe short but eventful period that has elapsed since you last placed tbe iin|>orl> ant trust in my hauda, can only have teuded to sireagthen aud confirm Ibe bund uf union Ihal theu existed,and 1 hope will long exist between us. I have used my humble but vain endeavours to prevent lb� adopliou of legislative meaaiirea nialrrially afl'ccling, in varioua and imporlant poiiita, tbe liberties of ilie people ; and I am confident that ilia almost unnecessary for me to assure you, that, should you again place me in the distinguished situation of your Repreaeulative, I shall continue to support the true principles of ibe Conatituliun, and endeavour to preserve the rights abd privilegea of my Fellow. CiliieuB. I remain. Brother Freemen, Your most obedient and faithful Servant, LAWR. DUN DAS. -Marake Hall, Feb. 24, 1820. TO THE WORTHY AND INDEPENDENT FREEMEN OF THE CITY �F YORK. GEMTI-EltEli, ICANNOT  refrain  from assuriiitr yoa how highly gratified I am by Ihe general aupport lyealer-day received in my canvass. i, therefore, feel it incumbi^nt on me lo make a declaration uf Ibe conduct 1 intend lo ^raue, ahoubi 1 be au forlu-uHle aa to obtain the distinguished honour of representing you in Parliameiil. I pledge myself to aupport those mea'aurea which have fur their object the Retrenchment of the euormoua Pnklir Expeudiluie, Ihe Reform, uf all Abnaea of the Stale, and never lo forget that it is my duty to uphold the Higbta and kiberties uf the People. 1 Vriiiain, Gentlemen, Yuur much obliged, failbfnl, and de.voted Servant, M. WYVILL- York, March 3, 1820. TO This day is published, price 3*. tiiat ucefnt and julrreHting Family Work (with which it givtu au eWgaiH Portrait of the Author}, entitled �  GUIDE TO  HEALTH: or.  AUrice lo boib Seycs, ism variety of Cnapiaiitts. By .S. SOLOMON. M.D. Coulainiiig a 'l>rali,�e_on Fynale Djaeaaea, Nervuiiaand ^Wrdiw, miy^mtflth, � ROCLAMATION having been made, an-JT pointing Ibe ELECTION lo lake place on TUESDAY iKXt, at llw GUILDHALL, we earoratly aolicil you will complete what you have so ndbly begou, by tben bououring ua wilh juur suffrage's. We know not. suffiriciit|y how to thank yon for tbe truly flatteriug recepiinu yoli hare given us'tbus faf uu'uur can--vasa, aud we hope we tbalL^e abht peraoiiiillytO'kolicit every reajtleut v^terba�lrCan^t ri|^*fiiiii�H m. (eavrtd CumihMiMii W diKgeallr 4a' sMaidiai ihf .i�>rrr�^lfaf.|P|niir Mo^-iifPpHMt Vofif't'i! *jMg'Mw � lill66�liiiibv'M;d*�blf� iwrV^^ f ahlll aleadily hold tli� cnutae that^liiVe Mi>MMtltri^��re,,4Matci�4� 1831). G. BV^. BANK:9F.|:NfiUNAiM�M�ir4, ISaff. B COURT.0^ r^MlRCTORS o/ tkt 1''HI.1liSDAV, ibe |6lb,inManl. at %�en,u'Cll>rk i� the Poi^niHrt, foeuaardtY of a DIVIDEND;.i^en Ibffe will btfauboaiMed to the consiilt^rali&n ^ the PropHefora the rkpedienernf prrcetftinKatt'ADDnpJ�8 of COt^OOLENCB on Ibe DEATH bf the LATC KtjUM, aikI �f CONGRA-TUL4TIDN. oa bia^ MAJESTY'S ACCE^ION lo the THRONE: and also that anoilier GENERAL. COURT will be beldat lheB�nk, on TU ESDAY, the 11th April next, fVnm'fin o'clock in the Fnrriiouo, till Foqr io Ihe Afternoon, fur the ELKCi'lON of ^ GOVERNOR and DEPUTY GOVERNOR for Ibe Year enauing (which will be declared that Evening); and the aame Court will be eootinued by Adjournment, and held at the aame place, and during the aain'e Hoiira, on WE1>NESDAY, Ihe t2lb April next, for Ihe ELECr|ON of TWENTY-FOUR Dl-RECTORS (which wilt also be one uf ihe Quarterly Gcue-ral Cuiiria ap|ioinlrd by Ihe Charier), and. tbe Election of Ihe Tweuly-fuur Directors will be declared ai aoou aa.lbe Scrutiny is uver. Printed Liats of ll>e Proprirlora having vnlet will he ready to be delivered at the Bank on Tburlday Ibe 33ii>n of the estate of the late E. Nuriii, of Lirutiiaitield, Esq. a> hn heirs at taw, he having devised' his properly to a trustee, for such person or perrtms as ahould provt: themselves his heira. lie needed nut to retiiind Ui*'Lordiihip that vhe Ladies tu ()nestion were successfut, hav� iiig obiuiiieJ ivverdici, after a minute itiveaiigation of the-iiieritA of their claimii. which occui'ied this .Court lur, nnie yucceasiye dayM. That verdict wiis   digtee, tliruiigh many generations, frnm il peraon itic uomiuuvt ttiicesiur of them�eWe� and.Mr. Edward -North, Die tesiator, thereby, fulfiltiug the coudi-liuus of his >Ml{i by e�ubii>hiiig thentselvei us bit heirs at law. ;N.o .�i>e that heard,him wai ignorant bow prculiarly cutuptiitaied and ititricate inuticrftof li^digree were getierally found to be� eyeniaoKds-uary c�if its haviQ!; been cnmmuaicated tu him. that the Oefeiulants had aade sooie obacrvatiuns u|inii his claim, niid U]Kiii himself and the oiRce he filled, wliiehjie ctid not fcel himself warranted, either in jus*'"^'' t'l^i''^'-srlf, or lite prrsDiis who were lo be hU^icestiors in thtttoflSce', tii'subiDit to. However, lie bad i*�er-j'eatot Bunou's aotlmriiy lo slate, ihat he wnuMbe a'fi^to satisfy the Plaintiff on that ubject', Ttic ; tHein-fbre, hadagregu, that tiie raattt^fshonld 'srtittrii "by two GHittedibii  � name him aa hi� nrbitutor, uiid the Drfr'ixtdnfs lin'd appointed Mr. Serjeant Burton aa their* ; and thVy Were til be at libvity to chII in a third Genllemaii, as umpire between lliem, in case they shoiikl not agree. The parlies, therefore, he had great HojiVf, would be in future as good friends us they b�d lierii belure, Serjeant BuUTOM �aid, that on the part of the Ladies, lie had only to say, that tbe Solteilor-Geiie-ral had staled the grnuiids of the action wilh'jer-. feet Hccuracy. Bat willi respect to the communi -cation, which sertned to have piesked u|jun thfi feelings, honourable feehngs, no doubt, *>f ttiif Plaintiff, he (Serjeant Buvton) thought it not i-ii much justice to Sir William, as lo L^e Delrudaols, lo Slate, that ihit wag altogether a mistake. -Tli^ iiiairuciions furnished to him only referred �a t difference as to the amount of the compeunalios u't which ihe PlainlifF was entitled, and directed liim to admit the services, and that ibey were jterfnrRMd with zeal, with fidelity, and with talent. Hedidllf't state this in couHrqiiruce of what had fallen froiii ti.e Solicilor-Geueral, for he was to have dwie'ao if the trial had gone on. The only quealiuit-new Wiis as tu the amount. Sir VVillinin, uf roursr. would not put a value opon his own services; he had taken advice upon iheKubjeci; the Ludiea fisii received a different advice ; and the Grn'leinen to whom it was referred, would, no doubt, decide llie^ (|ue�tion wilh impartiality, and their decision w^ld, probably, satisfy the parties; bnt he was sure, they (i^e ailiitrators) wquld not care whether they werS satisfied or not. The Jury, which was special, signed a blank vii;t-j. diet accordiiig to-tltis �tniug�me�l, BIBBUN SYSTEM. EXTRACTS FROM THE CON NAUGHT PAPERS. GALWAY, FEBRUARV Idij. " Mr. John Cahill, of Woodpark, having rf-ceived intimation that the Kibbonmeii had concerted a plan to attack his house, and swear I.is tenan'ry in the course of the week, has appljeil for military assistance to resist their diabolic-4rintei ly a Mugislrate, with an nffi-cer's parly of the 77th regiment, repaired there from town this day. " Those^incendiaries had the temerity to iutiude within a few miles of this town. On the night of Saturday last ihey made their appearance in Oraii-more and its vicinity, where they were successful in, taking arms and adminiiitering oaths. Last night, we are informed, they pursued the satne system in Clarfgalway, without meeting �ith any resistance. " The enormity of tbe ilibbonmen, in settirtg fiia to the haggard of Burton Persse, jnn. Efq. of Per�e Lodge, nearly exceeds in depravity all their forintr Iransgresjiions; the entire haggard was consumed. Those wretches must be actuated by no other motive than that of reven!-by Ihe Rikbottihen^ bot thtjtiiffereliittiittfii^KknHftfleh no li^uhe'id'daric r�'iiiaiis'i^VlSi^�-&>�      .. S-:.    .' The parly of tbf 9�h Ri7al Vettrjii BivJtulion   

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