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   British Press (Newspaper) - March 17, 1820, London, Middlesex                                Number 5391. l.ONdO'iV, FRIDAY, 1|)|tK?IEJ7, 1820. PuicE 7(1. THBATRR-nOYAh, DRORY-LANli. ri^O-MORROW, SATURDAY.  Mnrrh 18, his Maieslv's Servants will perform tlie"Catrifdy of TOWN AND COUNTKY' ' ' /    - I'lasiir, Rfr. IVi.lcv; Trot, Mr. MiiikIpii ; tnsey, JHr. Tdiwli.ii; Rev. Owm Irs. Robinson; Mrs. Trot, Mrs. Harlowe; Tofflioc, iMrs. Blaiid. After vbich, the Comic Drama of THE THREE AND THE DEUCE. Pncgrine Single, Mr. Elliston". Verlinax Single, Mr Kl- j lifltitii; Frrrival Single, Mr. Etiislon !!! Justice T..iicl.il, Mr. Gatlie;  Humphrey Grizzle, Mr.. Harley ;  Frtnli, Mr. < ?cured on the firsl Evrning of Mr. Mntlieivs't! uej^hCaflur the Mouse j on Monday, April 3, 1820.         .'-l-i^-   � COVENT.GARDEN THBATRJCAL FOND. IHE FIFTH A'T^NlVej^iSARY PUBLIC DINNER wHl beMield oil ftfijiNESDAY NEXT, March 22, 1820, al the RHJemasooi'-Tavero, Great Queeu- P        -The; ^CliSW^Wosi'l^fiJfttsSftWWW?-P�ti!sjDENT-His Royal liighitesMhf DOKEof YORK, (Who has graciously siguftted ills inteutfon of lakiug Ihe ChairO VlCB-PltBSIDENTJ, His Royal Highocs* the Dnke of .SUSSEX, the Marquis of the Marquis of the  Miirquis of His Grace Uie Duke of Leeds His Grace Ihe Duke of Bedford His Grace.the Duke lif Rutland Must Noble the  Marquis of Laiisdowa Most Noble Hunlly Most  Noble Worcester Movi  Nellie Tavistock Rijht Hon. Ihe Earl of Essex Kiglil  Huu. the  Eirl of Co-� veiitry Right Hon. the Earl of Ash- biirnhatn Rijljl Hon. the Earl of Dar- linglou Riirht Hon. the Earl of De-la-Warr Right Hon. the Earl of Liverpool Risbt Hon. the Earl of Morley Risht Hou. tbs! Earl of Aberdeen Right Hon. the Earl of Blesin-tuu Right Hon. the Earl ofGlengnll Right Hou. the Earl of Yarmouth Rig:ht Hon. Viscount Torring-ton Right Hon. Viscount -Dudley- aud.Ward Right Hon. Viscount Petersham Riebt Hon. the Lord May�r of Dublin Sir Francis Burdetl, Bart. Sir Godfrey VVeUrfor, Bart. Sir    Gilbert    Heuthcote, Bart. Sir   LnmVey  Skeffiogton, Bart. Sir George Cockburu, Bart. G.C.B. Sir Wni. Cwngreve, Bart. His   M.ijcsty's Solicitor-General General Gwynn Colonel Berkeley Colonel Palmer Major Torrwis Sheriff Neville, of Dublin Samuel James Arnsid, Esq. Henry Brpailwood, Esq. John Calfirafl, Esq. Alexander Copland, Esq, Richard tl.Cox, Esq. Francis Freeliug, Esq. William Freemantle, Esq, John Fuller, Esq. Charles (�reeiiwoud, Esq. Henry Harris, Esq. Thomas Hasker, Esq. Thomas Lcvertuii, Esq, George Longman, E�q. Jahn Penn, Esq. Isaac Pocock, Esq. J. Ramsbottom, juux Esq, Georte Robins, Esq. Rowland Stephenson, Esq. G'eorge W. Taylor, Esq. Robert VValpole, Esq. GeNERAIi COjfMITTEE. Messrs. Messrs. Messrs. Connor, Fawcett, Pnp�, Dorusel, Jones, J. Russell, E?�.'19%" - - jg^SsmldSr  - TayU.r, Emery,       .     Listun, Terry, Farley, Macready, Yates, W. Farren,      Mathews, Young. Messrs. Abbott, Beltemy, Blaochard, Broadhurst, Cliapmau, ('laremonl. Comer, This Fund was firsl instituted the 23d of December, 1765, and confirmed by Act of Parliament, for the purpose of supporting agrtl atid infirm Actors ami "Actresses, und relieving their Widows and Children. Trustees-Thomas Unnis, Esq.j John Fawcett, Esq.; CoullB Trotter, Esq. TKSi.uREii-.Mr. Fawcett ;-SecRBTAUV-Mr Egerton. Tickets, at \l. Is. each, to be had aC the Committee, at the Fund Office, 27, BnW'Street, Covent-gardeUj every day,-from Twelve till Four. The Hall Doors will be opened at Five o'Clock, and the Dihiiet on Table at Six u'Clock, immediAtely on tb,e arrival of Ibeir Royal Hiehnesses. The IMiisical Arrangements of the Evening will be under llic immediate dircctimi of Mr. Bishop. LIFE 0> THE KING. This day is |iubli.lied, in 2 vols. 8vn eiiibellisbed with 18 Portraits, pi ice 28s. boai-ds, 1 GORGE the THIRD; his COURT and FAMILY. This inleresling Wirk, which has beep long since prepared for the pies�, will be found to contahi a richer Collection of oii.-inal Anecdoti'>i.ot illustrious and distioifuished Persons has ever yel been submitted t  the curiosity of the Public, and it abound^ in relations of those peculiar trails of character for which bis Majesty'was so distinguished during bis long and eventful reign, and which have rendered bis personal history so remarkably attractive. Printed for Henry Colburn and Co. Condnit-slreet. rg^HE QUARTERLY REVIEW, No. XLIV. .i is pnblished THIS DAY. Contents:-I. Mission from Capfr^oast Castle to Ash-antee; by T. E. Bowdicb.-IL Valpy'a_Edition of Stephens's Thesaurus.-III. Popular Mythology of the Middle Ages.- IV. Campaigns of the Archduke Gbnrlcs -V. Brulus, a Tragedy: by J. H Payne-Evadoe, h^ragedy 5 by Richard Sheil-IVI. Passage of the Himgdaya Mountains.-VII. Purity of the Court of Great Britaiar-iLetter respectfully addressed to Ids Royal Highness the Prince BegeuI on occasion of Ihe Death of her late laijieritcd ftifajeity.-VIU. Travels in Nubia ; by the late Joha Lewis-Butckhardt.-IX. Secret Anecdotes of the Court of Westphalia.-X. State of PuhlicAfTairs. 1. Speech of the RigbilJoD. W.C. Pluukelt; 2, Speech of the Right Hon.George Canning; 3. Speech of the Right Hon. Lord Grenville, upon the Openiog of Ihe present .Session of Parliament. At Ihe same time will be published. No. XXXIX., being Part I. (to be completed in Two Parts) of a GENERAL INDEX to the firsl Nineteen Volumes of the Quarterly Re-view, which the Subscribers are requested to order froD 3,5nO/. Monny and Consuls, � sum far exceeding the aiuoiiul of Prizes in any former Lotleiy wilh the like nninber of Tickets, and which embraces 102 CAPITALS, iurloding FOUR Prizes of......�3l),lt00 TWO.......Pi lies of,..... �20.0I�0 TWO.......P. lira of......�10,001) 3 per Cenl. Consols. Bui nlsowitba^rutiarly novel feature in �he Scheme, form-ed FOR T�B EXCLUSIVE ADVANTAGE �F EARLY 'PURCHASI5R.S, by wliich SIXTY XHOU.SAND POUNDS Money, io 2^0 -tractttrs, Ruy^'ExclMil^e�ftMe^ !l^(VCurnh\^ 32�,ii|�uhn e. The �>sniibly consisted of the most, re>.,ject ible clat8e! on them. lit the .eveiiiiii^ of Monday a "rand dlime''tv-^s given in the Assembly (loom. This (iiiimn,tice�t apartment was tilted U|i in suituble t^tyie,, niid xc five o'clock one of the most excellent hikJ subsian-linl dinners we ever recollect was served up to about 400 eleclors. . The number of ticket^ w-ueit wiis liiiiiled lo the space afforded by the ronnt Imr ttie accoiiiinodatiuu of vt�ilors. Upwards of 400 we.re present, and many who wished to have paracipated in the festivity were unuvoidably excluded, to prevent an incoiivenieut pre�>>ore, Mr. Lawrence Dund.*s sat the head of the table, Willi .VIr. VVyvill on his riotii, Uie .VJavor �f York on hib left; Mr. Alderman Wilson �i�il ma .y oilier gciitlctneii were at the head of llie table. Mr. Clialiitier wa.s Deputy Chairman. A� soon Hs the clolU vvas retnnved anil an elegant dessert laid .011- 'I'lie Chairman proposed as a tonst, " The Ri>i<{ antt the Cunslitution," which wax drunk with loud applause. Mr Wyvii.L next gave " 'the Queen  ed �|h(^ healths of Messrs. Dundas and Wyvill, ih'-lr 'Members for the new' l-'arliatuent. , The fh'iu> r lie ju'sily observedi, had been long known to ilieni fur 'the purity uiid iud��{!ei�dence of bis public c"iid�--t -the latter, though yooug, was a scion fofn a uohle root, and 'wnuW;' tw' doitbt, raaiulain I'le .free principle* of Eiigli^hiiieUj aud jusjily Iht;   

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