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   British Press (Newspaper) - March 9, 1820, London, Middlesex                                :1S   ����� ;!!^^gSSa^* O Number 5384. L6ND0N,j1^1pim^;^MAR^   9, 1820 FIFTH NIGHT OF THE NEW DRAMA. THEATRE.ROYAL, DRVRY-LANK. tHIS EVENING, THURSDAY, Rlarth 9. liiB MaJMiy's Spivnn�s will perform, 5th lime, a niw Drama, iii five acts, cM'A nEBKEW, [FoanJeJ on a principal Iticiilfiil ill tiie last new Novel of Iraiilioe.] The principal Character* by Me��rs. Kcan, Foole, Pope, F.well, Hainblin, Peoley, T. Cooke, Oxbeny, Thompson, Harlcy, Mrs. W. West, and Miss Carrw. In Act V. a Jubilate Deo, by Mrs. Bland, Miss PoTey,&c. The Proloeoe to be spoken by Mr. Barnard, the Epilogue by Mrs. Orgfr. To which will be added the Farce of WHO'S WHO? Old Headstrong, Mr. Gattie; Charles Headstrong, Mr. Barnard; EiidatI, Mr. Harlry; Sim Dabhs, Mr. Munden. Mrs. Sterling, Mrs. Orger; Mary, Mrs. J. Haglien. The Doorj will be opened at Half-past Six o'Ctock; the Performanre will comrncncc precisely at Seven. Boxes 7b.; Second Price 3s.-6d -Pit 3i. flJ.; Sernnd Price 28.- Lower Gallery 2s.; Second Price li.-L'pper Gal-lery It.; Second Price 6d. The Bux tWfieeirill ^M O^ptfiitKm WwoVJfcn*- -Placi-r to be taken of Mr. Rodivell, Box Book-keeper. The Hebrew will be repeated every evening till further notice; 04i Snini'day, w.ith Love Laughs at Locksmillis. Jack and ihe Bean Slalk will be performed every Monday till fiiilhir nolicfi. .Mr. Braham, Mr. Inclcdon, and Madame Veslris.wHI reappear iininecJialfly after Easier. THE A TliE.no YA L, CO V EST-OA I!D E\'. TfJlS EVENING, THURSDAY. Mnrcl. 9, Villi be acletf, 4l\\ time, n urw Mvtsical Dramn, caUfU IVANHOE; Or, THE KNIGHT Tt.WPI.AR. Ivsiiboe, Mr. C. Ketnhle ; Sir Rro^inald l-Voiit de Bosuf (Ktiiahl Tiinplar), Mr. Macready; Sir Brian de Bi>is Guil-birrt, .Mr. Ciitinor; Sir Maurice (le Bracy, Mr. Uiiritsrt; Sir Lucas Beaumnniiir, Mr. Chapman; Cedric of Itollierwood, Mr. L|;iMtoii; tVamba, Mr. Lislon ; Friar Tuck, Mr. Emery ; Is^ac (ihe Jew of York), IVfr. VV. Farren. RoM'ena (a Saxon Priocess), Mi.ss Stephens ; Elgillia, Mrs Lislon; Ulrica, Mrs. Fiiucil; Rebecca (Ihe Jew's Daughter), Miss Foole. With an Inlerliide, railed THE MANAGER IN DISTRE.S.S. MannrriT. Mr. Chapman; Bustlelnn. Mr. Blanehard ; Irish-niau iti the Pit, Mr, Connor; Lady in the Boxes, .Mrs. l)a-vcttpurt; Gentleman on Ihe S(H(m'lfjrtiy informed timl (in rnn-srquence of-Hie general ttrugifle for Places and Seals else, wiurr) Mr. Malhews'w Pariirs al the Theatre-Royal, English Opera House, Siraiiil, uiii he sn�i>riid<;d nniil ihe Ri'Inrns uf .Minibers to Parliament, and Ihe llelufn of ihfir Families to Town. N.B-The nnori-rous Candidates for Flares fat Mr. M'� Entertainments) in^y be nssm-r/l that lh?ir Seats will be secured on the first Evciiinjs uf Mr. Mailiews'ii next Call of the House. ROYAL COBURG THEATRE. In cnn.�rqiienrc of the exu noi rluiary surprise with which Ihc nndii-iue were seii-d on Tuesday Evtniug last nl this 'Ihratrc, al the wondrrfnl sagariiy tviuced by the per-ftrrrnance of the celebrated dog Bruin, in the Mtlo-dramc of The Dog of Montargis, tin; Public are inu^ respectfully infin ined lhat il will hercfatid ibis Evening and Satnr-day next. The Proprietors hrg to assure the Public, that the apparent violence with whirh he (.ingles out and nilacks Ihe Murdercn, his been cffcrlfd by being taught to act Ihe part, as he is pci ficlly good tempered. nHIS EVENING, THURSDAY, March 9. and SATURDAY, March 11, will be performed liEAU \ Y and rUE HEaST. Al'icr wliii-  reprated hy a Vouo;; Lady, pupil to Mr. Ware, her i^prond appeaiaiir*'.-Tlu- fuHowiiiij favoulile and atlinired Grand Oveilni-rs of The Mvssiah, Z^ita, and The Baltb* of Pr.igoe, arranged for a Dimbie Hand, will be performed by an augmented Bautl, and which prodncerl such universal ffpprobahoii Ihf-last Oraiotio.-^.Mr, G. \A'are will plji.y a Capricio on ilie Violin, introducing Ihe favourite Air of " All's Well." The whole lo ronrlmle with the iniirfa-adtnired composi. lion of the CORONATION ANTHEM. A New t)iiran will be opene.l fur Hie occasion, al which Mr. Aii^cll vvil! preside. Boxes, 4s. and 3n.- Pit, 2�.-Gallery, Is -Donrs open �( Six ; begin at Seven ; .Srcond Price al Nine o'clock. Places lo be taken of Mr Rorauer, at the Box Olfice of the Thealrc, from Eleven till Four. TO THE WORTHr ANt) llrPfePENDENT LIVERY OF LONJ�)N. ' Ggnti.emen, �;  I'M^': ITH u..iifffcle�I.Bf^�.^e�tJhi; flnsfof the PuUlhU Day,"! ae�iti'i^^�lW.you. Tbe viulrnce of personal and piiriyefl'prUj>'i||.iud^e(l follectul ibis day so many Votes, ptrticijiairly iUJ^ea W indiviilnal Candi-dales, as lo displace frmo th^e^^vlffil silnaiion io wirirb yesterday, and on'the fiirmef'�)|^tniit,'hy your liberal pa-Ironage, 1 wa� raiser); but has aukii^eii^bleitf orcasiup any doubt of my eventual sncceFS. tl'i�miM�cl� security on Ihc part of my Frjcnda may aliio .diiadyaul'agruus lo onr cause; anil fur a rontiifual and acIireCifnirnss, and early Voles, I Ihrrrfore earnrmly rntrejitS^'''�>rpenilan| on the ge. iieral good opininn whieli yon dften expressed, and which, hy my iudividual, Magifferiat, and Parliaroiulary conduct, 1 have eiideavonrrd lo;.  erw, I know thai on yniir perdi'Trring and iudependetrt support I shall not in-rffretually rely; and | will hrrca'f'ter belier express my lhanlt.s, by nnabalcd zral in ibe inliiitr'iiinre N of a GOVERNOR and DEPUTY GWVERNOR for Ihe Year ensuing (which will be declared ibal Evening); and Ihe same Court will be Cimtinuetl by Adjournment, and hehl at the same place, and during the same VLaurs, on WEDNESDAY, ihv 12lh April next, for Ihe ELECTION of rWEWTT.I^WHl OU RECTDRS (which will aT�> be one of Ihe Quarlorly G,ite-ral r.iurls appointed by the Charter), and the Election of Ihe Twetity.four Directors will be declared as soon as the liciuliny.ir over.   . Primed Lists of Ihe Proprirlois having vnles will be ready tu be delivered at the Bank on Thursday Ihe 23d instant. ROBERT BEST, Secretary. N. B.- By an Art passed in Ihe seventh year of the reign of bir late Majesty, no person will be entiled lo vole at the Slid Election who shall uo| have, been Six Calendar Months possessed, io his own right, uf the Sloi'k fur which he shall then give his vole, unless the saiil Stuck shall have been acquired, or shall have come by hequesi, or by marriage, or hy succession to an Inleslaie's Estate, or by Ibe custom f tlie City uf l.undon, or by any Deed uf Settlement after the death of any person who shall have been entitled for life lo lie Dividends of such Sieck. E^Sr INDIA HOUSE. TlUH (luy is piililiitipd, priresewrd, ETITION" to III- HOUSE Ml- CO.VIMONS on the coiidnci of Ilie TRUSTEES of EXETER SCHOt)L, with an lolrodirrtion, Not'^ ).h Family Linen Warehouse, No. Hi, CheapsKh-, an/I iiu where el.se whatever, Wholesale for Kxpoiiaiioii, and bv Ihe Piece; the Pieces contain from 28 to I>i yarils for �Shirting, and is found desirable to wear in the East and West Inilies, where a warmer article than Linen is required, a� well as in lite cold climates, ami for ils e^ronomy. The (Pieces for Sheeting contain from two to four (>air each. Orders executed will, (he greatesl fidrlily. Every deserip-1-ion of Family Linens, India and BrittsU Long Clullua, '^Vhite Chinis, and Aj*'ngoes, India and Britisii .Mttiilins, ^c. dhe-aiosl Superb India and Curious British iSsuwis,peculiar In the House. GEM'INE COPffiR. kEACON aniJ CO. oitlie COFFEE MART. No.2, .Skinner-street, Snow-hill, ly�idun (eslablislied Jry Ihe West India Merchants and Plam�-B, 1811), beg re-spi'clfiilly lo infurtn the I^ubitiiy, Gentry, and Public ia general, ihey are selling ll.e very finest Dutch Coffee, roasted, at 3s.3d. per lb.; Do. Do. Plantalion D.>. 3s. . The Committee for maoa^jng Mr. Willitm Mellish's Election will sit daily at bis House, No. 112, Bishopsgale-Bireet.>>'ithiii. ROMATIC SJ'Hill' ..( VINEGAR.-Tlii* ugireibly peifuiJii d Liqoor (the original invenliuu uf Ml. Hciir)), whwh is of will known efficacy in relieving faiiilness and heail-aclie, and iu eoiinteraeting Ibe effects of <,verh<'ale >e prepared, in Ibe grr-alest perficii in, by iMessrs. TIIOS. and W.M. HENRY, MANUFACI UltING CllE.MlSTS, MANCHES-TER. Il is sold ill London, wholesale and retail, by Mes-ts. BAY LEY and BLEW, I'irfuiners, Cockspur-streel; ond retail, price2b. 9d. by one or more Agents in every principal town; but it cannui b..- geuniue, unless the Naioe� uf ihs i afouve Preparers ftie eiigraveil uii Ihe Guvernmeul Stamp, ' whirh iafixed uver the Cork of each boltle. Proper Spuuge Uuxes are �uld by Baylry and Blew, as usual. As aliove Hiny aUt) be had, aullienlicalerl by a Bimilar Sl�aip, HENRY'S CALCINED jHAGNESIA, ii. boltlei it *] I>, 9.J. o� with glass i>tup|iers at 4�..6d. READINd SAOGE. COCKS, the Inventor ^iid Proprietor of the CELEBRATED READING SAUCE, roost respectfully cautions the Nobility, Families, and ihe Public, against the ilaily frauds and iropotilioua practised by many London and Country Oilmen and Pish Sauce Venders, tu deceive and deprive'them of .the Genttine Reading Sauce: None are genuine bnt llibse which liav*; the corks sealed with the impression " J. Cocks, Reading," and also the ful-. luwing descripliuu of the Sauce, on an orange-coloured \ label: " l!eading Saner, for Fish, enriching Gravies, kc. preparerl auJ sold, wholesale and retail, by J. Cocks, Reading." This Sauce is generally used at table with all sorts of Fish, in prefei-euce tu all other Fisb Sancrs, and is esteemed peculiarly delicious with Game, Wild Fowl, Hashes, Steaks, and Cuhl Meal; warranted lo keep i;uod seven years in aay climate, il is preMimed ihil no Sjuce >ver met with such general apprubiiiun and extensive sale; it ia patrboised and r> com mended by most tSf Ihe first fan\iliea in the kingdom. It isrettiled in Loiidiiii by 350 uf Hie most respectable Oil. nicH and Fiah Sawce Venders; in Bath by 30; Bristol 20; Edinburgh a�d Glnsgow 50; and .by all the printsipal FisU Sauce Dealers in Ihe Uiiileil Kidedom, tabst uf wliom sell rOCKS'S qENUlNE ESSENCE OF ANCHOVIES,made with prime Gorgoiia Pish, rich ak 'poittble. The trial of a , bottle will ensure it itie prrfcrencei Yesterday a Court of Proprietors was held at the East India fluuse, for the iiurpose of considering the expediency of preseiiiini� an Address of Con-doleiue oil the deatii of the late King, and of Cmt-gralulatioii on his Majesty':! accession to the throne. After some business of form was disposed of. The CilAIilM.tN slated to the Proprietors the ohjtct for whicli the Court hod been convened-it vt:n one �hich he thought would unite uH their feelini^s, and in supporting which his own senti-inenis would only re-echo those of every Gentle-luau who heard him.- [Hear.] - When he recollected the threat leiiKlli of his late Majesty's reign, and lhat their Inmetiled and revered Sovereign, throiiuhout tlie long course of sixty years, had ati'urded lo all his Kuhjects the higheft and roost continued example of the exercise of all the vir-lura which could adorn a throne-when he recpU lected, this einiiieiit proof of exemplary worth, he knew thai the memory of tlie lale Kini; must ever be helil 111 grateful retnembrmice by his people, and lhat the dignity anil glories of his character would ever be held sacred in the history of the annals of this naliun.-(//ear, heur.)-He felt equally ns-sured, that vtiili the same unanimity wliich would mark their assent to the condolence, they would also declare their allachment lo his present Majesty, anil their unalterable loyalty lo his illustrious House-[Hear, hear,hear.)-Ti\e worthy Chairman concluded by proposing an A'ldress to his Majesly, exprvxsive of their condolence upon the death of the late King, and uf their loyalty and attachment to his illustrious Successor. The Deputy-Chairman (.Mr. Uobincon) in seconding this inolion, satd he.was satisfied that on an nccasioii like the present, only one sentiment could pervade the whole body of the Proprietor", he uieHtit a fueling of regret for the loss the nation had sustained iu the death of their late revered and illustrious Sovereign, and of congratulation upon the acceasiun of hi* present Majesty, whose throne he knew they would approach with loyalty and respect.-fHear, hear.)-He should not trespass any longer on their time, but conclude by iiecond-tng the motion which had just beeu (nude by their Chairinan. At Ihe motion was about to be put-Mr. R. TwiNlNG rose and said, he could not luffer this motion to pass without pulling in a few words in praise uf it from among the Proprietors. He should, indeed, regret, if upon so interesting an occasion, the Proprietors had not had an opportuui'y of cordially expressing their feelings in praise of snth a motion as that whicli had been just made within tlie bur-H motion which he trusted would be carried with the. most perfect unanimitr.-(Hear, htar.J-'Vo form a jusi estimate of the mtri's uf their late beloved and revered Sovereign, it was not necessary to be a persou of high considerntion, or moving in a superior sphere in society.   Hi? lute iVIajesiy's merits were such as hud been equally manifested to all ranks of society, from the highest to the lowest, and which bad imbued almost every being in the commnniiy with a reverence and �t-iHchiMent for bis high cliaracter.-[HeuT, hear.)- The late King was certainly not as some Sovereigns had been,  man deeply versed in polilictil intrigue; he had ascended the throne too at an age when he could not be supposed to have had much expt-rience in life; but uotwi.hstundlng his want of the arts of political intrigue, and the inexperience whii'h he iQust have laboured under on ascending the lluone,   he bad uniformly   throughout his long reign set ao example to the people which would long be revered by Englishmen.   He liad shcWii theuj ill all the relations of life, as a father, a hus-band) and a friend, a greatexumple, whichcould not fail to have hud its good account among his people. - [Heur, Aear.) -In u reign so long it was natural to have to encounter occasional and perhajis uio-ineiiioua dilEculties.   On ll>e*e trying oi.cunions ins late iMajrgty always shewed that he was solely actuated by his view of what was gootj for his country. Thii feeling uniformly predoiiiiuiited in his mind, uiid in6uenced all iua actieua.-(Hear, Itear.j- Hi� leir posiession at all times waa peifccc and un-diilurbed, aud such as wa* calculated tu inspire and command obedience aivl fit*pert. . If at any period of the late reign there ht^d iteen any one" thing more gp^el(d d than another, it was the gem-, ral succeision of Governors in lodii^, who wtre dis--tiiignished by their mildness, lh�'ir jn*Mcp, Hinf; tirinness. -(/-/ear, Aear.)-The tsiiMlays of the la's King had unfortuiiHtely bet'n cfoitdeil; had ic pleased Provider ce they !-li�ttl he immense population of the I;i ftictiou, he trusted they would be equally'ready tu uugur the siine good from that into which they hud just entered. - [Hejr, hear ]-The nation, lie knew, had to ro'uplaiii iif "�tne privaii l the suliject. Though the laiiguige applinl 10 it was not that of udulatio.-i in any riegree, lim Biuitily ih it cf simplicity and truth. - {Henr, heur)-He concluded by giving his hearty fupporl ta the motion. Mr. Rand.ii.i. Jackson said, that he was sure all  who heard  hi.n  would concur �i li one htari and one mind in the elounent and ju.st euloumms which   tlity had t'lis  day  heard bestowed   iif.on the   character  of   their   It's  limtnted   and  beloved Sovereign.     Ii wus impos�ble, he ihouglit, in   the   whole  range of history,   to   6iid 11  iVlo-nnrch who was more jii-lly and more aeserveil'y beloved.   They had, tiodnubr, re;id of a nuinb-r of sirnaines which   had  been �p; led   to   many Monarclis: they had heard the term " Geal," mu-t profusely be.itoweil; " Well-bclove o another phrase, though the manner in which it was applied could  not fail to excite a smile.    IJiit if he were to express Hii uddit.'otial epilliei to the laie King's name, he would call him " Ki"j^ (Jeuree llie Cond." - [Hear, hear.) - D'lring his long reign be had had to encounter many difficulties, yet in them all, when they were .of 0 poliiicdl uHline, hi� late Majesty looked op to the Consulnliou as his guide, and according to hi.t perception and apprehension (T that Con>tiluiion, be guided Ivs conduct on the throne, for it wa* a Constitution fur which he wa.i prepared to go to llie block.- [Hear, hear ) - In oil moral difficolties, wheiie�er they arose, hi* Ufe Majesty looked op to his Go'l as the only source �.f real trull), and from whuse fountain alone comfort and solace coubl be drown,- [Hear, /leor.)-Ad-"erting to iheir i;nmense possessions in India, it bad been well said, they had, under the late Monarch's auspices, diffused happiness over the once benighted nattves.    The Indians themselves acknowledged the mild and equitable spint of British law, and no intelligent individual umoiiir iheiu would exchange il for the system which it h-id so liirgtly supplanted. The worthy Proprietor then ex-presst d his approbnti-m of the course taken on the pre- sent occasion, undsjid their vote would not be received' with the less grace becaui^e it emanated from tha whole Ciirporatiot), instead of a part of iheir body. He ul�o approved, under the circumstuiices of his piesent Majesty'* health, of the delicacy of prr-sewling Ihe Address through the medium of their Chairman and Deputy Chairman only-though cu other occaiiions it would be perhaps proper tu hbve a larger  iIe|)Utation  when they iipprouched  the ihrone.    He cordially approved of the whole of the proposed motion. The motion wtis then put, and carried unepi-mously.   It was ordered to be presented to the King by Ihe Chairman and Deputy Chairman. The Court then adjooriied. CITY ELECTION. SECOND DAV. The polling commenced yesterday at the usnul hour, but did not proceed with much celerity. The result of the daj will be found net in f.ivour of ttfe more popuUr Candidates. The crowd began ra swell about one o'lloik, and before three ihe ball,~ MS well as the avenues leading to it, were quite full The multitude amused themselves by indulging in cheers for their respective parlies, and in expressing murks of disapprobation toivanl:! their opponents. About twenty ininutes aft-^r three o'clock the slate of the poll was announced. The uuiiibeis stood as follow :- For �Ir. U'ilson ....................   666 Alderm.in Curtin................   617 Alderman Wood................   653 The Lord .Mayor................   521 Alderman Thurp................   4ti3 Alderman Waithmao ...    .......   4-23 After the uproiir which lullowed the annou'.'ce-roeiit of the poll had in some degree subsided - Mr. U'lLSOS came forward to address the Livery. He thanked them .for the high place in which they put Inm on the pull, tliough the pleasure he felt at that ciicutuotuitee was accuiiij^auied with some regret. He felt sincere regref""that be should h^ive been placeil above that distinguished chiracit r, AUler-inan Wood, whose public.services'were of �u^'!i a nature as made him bluclrto he pnl before hiin.- . [applause] - Hi* services and his exertions bo'li in Ihe House of Cotnmon , m their Kepresentative, and in the discharge of his civic duties, were al)o�< all praifP. He therefore regretted thl he w� cious, as he wuc, that he did ii'jt ilesitive l� be .m) phici tl, Kor the coinphment lliry p.iiil him, and lor the iltaika of their coiiti.   

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