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   British Press (Newspaper) - March 22, 1820, London, Middlesex                                .THEATRE-ROVAl^ ftRBliViliANB;'  ��� rr\HlS'EVENING, WEbNEbiS>', Marcfi JL       92y 1^20 (iliB Last Nrgiu!(fiirioir%euO   ' In lite course of i.Stf Fii�t Parlvaifui Puiiirr^ Viofino Ob^ liuaio, Afr.Spuhi'(b;:'ui{,',bis first-public {Kiifbnii^ce in this country),, \        .;i Ti'-m...: i i      - : I'l iiioipal .ypcal,I?errormef�i^Mr9.^man,'^Mtn M. Trr^, niisa Cubi(t,'.AIi<� niitiang,of nearly If.Vtoflu^djrfd., th�'new ,^4�t-.c^ the Eleetbrsj eHat'nndBrii\B ^perin'fendance oftBe Police Bad Parish CooUhbWsi iihb ^aH? always'in aitteu'tlance, ''''''' a fr�EvAND euple can never be separated from the cause of Iheir King and country. ...... Acting tfu these principjes in the conscientious discharge of tiiiy public duty, I have,, to (be. utmost of my power, resisted the progress of sedili9n and blasphemy. I have snp. ported those measures' wliich subsequent evenis pi'ove to have been indispensably-necessary for the preservatiiin of ilie Constitution; and in the anxious prunjbtiun of all realand' prarllcal iHiprovemenI iii our Laws and CuuStilntion, I havc_ uniformly opposed-all vague, visionary, and dangerous pro-j eels of reform. It has been my constant endeavour, during llie last fourteen years that 1 have been yonr Representative, faithfully,. iealouSly, and diligently to promule youf real interests, by devoting my personal attention to the arduons and important duties of (his metropolitan County.    V I therernre cunRrtenfly trust; that by yonr votes nod interest you will sanction my parliamentary conduct, and (hat your early attendance at the poll will replace me in the dis. linguislisd silualiun to which it is Ihe highest object of my ambition to aspire. In this anxious hope I have the honour to be, with the greatest respect, Vour uberlient and faithful Servant, WILLIAM MELLISH. BusU-hill Park, March 21,1820. state or the rOlX,. W. Mellish.................... 1,176 G. Byng......................1,810 S. C. Whilbread..............^.1,563 The Committee for conducting Mr. MelUsh's election have Ihe satisfaction to asaurt his FViends, th�t-in ^unse-qnencc of the excellent regulations adopted, by the Sberift's' the readiest access is alt'ordcd lo the busting*.. 112j Bishopigale-gtreet. MIDDLESEX ELECTION. ELECTION of Mrv-WtLLlAM 'MELLlSHHiaviiig reason.to apprehehil that msily of theGenlleniai Freeholders have not been canvassed, or applied to by the District Com-m'Klees, beg to apologise ftfc such neglect, alid hope it will be ascribed to the only cause, namely, the-incbrrtct slate of the Lists. The Committee beg leave to-retnm their best 1 hanks to the Freeholders who have already favoured Mr. Mellish with the promise of their support, and solicit (heir early attendance at the Pull. Bisbopsgate-streef, March 21, 1820. District Committees are sitting in the following places:- Loiidun Coffee-house, Ludgate-hill; Crown Tavern, Clerk-eliwell Green; Ship Tavern, Finsbury-plave; Star and Garler, Islington Green ; Aogel Inn, Strand; Percy Coffre-house, Ralhhone-place; White Hart, Holborn ; Siraifurd Cof. fee-house, Oxford-street; Gloucester C f THE PRIZE ; OR,  2 5 3 8. ' Tickets and Places for the Boxes to be had of Mr. Rod-well,' at the Theatre; and Mr; Russell, at bis house. No. 8, GrayVws"'! Lambeth. -�   �     ' TO THE PUBLIC- " Messrs. HAZARD and,CO. mid Mr. CAR-ROLL, the Contractors for Ibe present Lottery, in notidhg my censure of the Scheme, have dared, in a must ijli^erafw'ay, to atlrihale the candid aiid'buoest opinion I have given of ils (fe�ier id1fau>>a4.\|!|Jt]lt,!^ertif>Ai(d.p�|ip WfAi;, lhey�pr��d4heifld�lt il the^way. , as., (j>yin�;,blessed-be the ICi^AMt'^iiliC^KHiH^ nktne Q^ihe. t^rd, peace.itteeaXieiinidiKloryiiiiit^btgiiest.    >' ;.        '.I ii,;-.jM:r.t!f...'V-.|."iu-  -.>.r eoVflTir, FtR^ QFj'lCEv'BEaENT.StffEET. ^ ^rr'reedivaMe hefty, alid ^if (te^AgcKfe i'l'i a1l!llieyr1nci|>! av.e^f^^Med to receive their RGfiA^ iu prrcediDK. years will apply rbr the saqie forlhvith   . i . , >.t. BAJIBER BI3AUMONT, ' ' 'Managing Director. NEW CATH014C CHAPEL, OTOORFt'ELDS. THe soleatn i:�*moh^^ OPENING this CHAPEL-�iU:4ak& place on THURSDAY the 20lh of April next The,Rjgbt, Reve^eniJ I^. POYNTpR wil) ofliriate on the orearsiou, aod a Vis^oarse be d�iiv�'ced by the Reverend JA UES ARGHBO; Divine Service is;i|i^ei;itt at .Eleven o'Clock. No Person can be admijied oil ijiat day without aTickef. JOHN NIGHQtS a(�4 .SON, PRINTERS and BOOKSELLERS, liavhiij Removed the whole of tlieir &tabriiibin'e nt' 'froni Bed' T.iun^passage, Fleet-street, ip their NEW OFFICE, 26, PARLIAMENT-STREET, heg leave respectfully to return Thanks to their uoinerous Friends, for the steady and generous Ratrunage which their worthy prediecesaor, Mr. Bqi^yer, and  themselves have experienced for more than p Century; and to solicit a cooli-nuance nf their favours ;�-with an assurance, (hat future orders, either in PriAliiig'ur BuukselHng, will be thankfully fecetved, and {H-omplly.executed.' It is requested,, that all Communications, either for the"Genllenim'fl Magazine,"or ou ulher'^UnSiness, may iu future be dir�c)ed to " J. Nichols aud Suit, 26, Parliameot-slreet, Weslminsler." f^-t Bills and Cases in Parliament, Appeals before the Privy GoHnci,l, &c. and Circular Letters or Cards, printed with care and dispatch. THE NEWLOTTTERY. fi   WEBB, Stockbroker, a.  Corobill.   pre-R    vious to soliciling new favours, respectfully beg|| leave to return li^s (hanks lo the Public, for (he palrooag^ Ite experrenced in the Lottery Contract just couclitdeil, and rrjoicrs that that patronage, soi liherslly bestowed, lias been so richly remnneraled, having distributed among BisFrieuds' TWO of t*(fe � 50,000 .Priaes, vii. 2,370......ill   9 Sharei,.,... ^.80,000 8,443..,,., in 11 Shar�l.,,,.,iL3(),(iOO _ i BesldeOi�BifcotjkB.si^j:*|i�4^^ a NEW VOfTERt'uiioVxlg^^^^ Tickets; >fie Scheme contain<,4%O0Ofr titpk than amount of -M ney usually idr^ifteii/if. Gcwriiment for Prises to such a number of Tickets.  There are 103 Capitals, inducting FOUR .... Priacs of .... �30,000 TWO..................   20,000 TWO   ____..........10,000 Three per Out. Consuls, ilmong the tnany novel arrantiementi intrsdaced into this Schemr,^ that which is iiipst interesting atpritent is THE PRELIMINARYDRAWING Which is to lake place on the llth of April, when the 2,000 Prizes of 30t will be decided byallachiug one of them to tceiy tenth Numher tliroHgli'oul the whole Lottery, without ilt'ciding their fsle any further, as those Tickets that may be Ihui eniilled to 30/. and |ho.se tlmt are not, will all-be drawn in the usual way, on one of the f.iur following Days, vix. THURSDAY, STiR APRIL, THURSDAY, l8th MAY, THURSDAY, 1st JUNE, FRIDAY,, 2�d JUNE.. This is held uul as an inducement to purchase early. Tickets and Shares are now on Sale at WEBB'S Fortunale Offinc, No. 9. Cornliill, where Schemes, explaining the mode of Drawing, with the Numbers of tlie'Tirkets to he put into Ihe Wheel at diflVrent periuds,,llie,determinable Prizes, aud every other particular, at ranch greater length than those published at other Olfiees, may be had gratis. PliOM SATURDAY NIGHT'S GAZETTE. plTlDEjVDS. April 16. J. Cornea and J. VYoiid, of Paddinglon-slreel, Paddinglon, 1)1 iddlea'cx, c6acb-ihakers,at twelv�,at Guild-hall, Loudon, Aprils. J. Amusand.C.Sutheriand, .of St. Helen's.place, London, merchants, at twelve, at Guildhall. April 15. R. Bound,lateofSpoley, Southampton, miller, at three, at the While Hart Inn, Winchester. " Aprils. J. Sandbach, of Woolwich','Kent, carrier, at one, at Guildhall, London. April 15. J Stocks, Isle of Aldersgate-street, Loudon, salesman, at ten'.Bl Guildhall.    . ,       ' -April 15. B. Gibson, of Chfltenhanii Gloucestershire, winCr merrhani, ai Iwelvi^ at Gujidb^j, London. , April 11. J. Kirkroan, of .Goweivstreef, Bedford-square, Middlesex,builder, at eleven, at'puildball,London. April 15. B.C. iScsrIe, of ^Saffrnn-Waldeu, Essex, upholsterer, at twelve, at Guildhall, I,^ndpn. April 15. j. Howkins, of Penny-fields, fpplar, Middlesex, liiiilder, at ten, at Gifildball, London. Aprils. W. Maclean,of (T^p^r Ma^-'le-bohe-stree't, and of Wigmore-sttcet, Middlesex,'cabinet-ioaker, at twelve, at Guildhall, London. _ Aprils. R. Finch, of Conper's-roWiOrutcIied.fi'iars,London, wine-merchant, at eleven,.at Giiildball. April 8. J< E. Hoolboom, qf VTBion-ctinrt, Broad.street,  London, merchant, irt elevein,'f jfGiiilHliall;' publisb, and which shall be ready lif i few jWysi will'shew tha^'niy objections are not ill-fouitdieiri and ttrtist convince (^ Fublic Ibat I bad a more'hono1i^4B(^b hotitE lu prciinul^atins tbem than (he Gentlemea' Conli'actdirs iiave ' im^ute^    �n'^i abd it will then tie 'seen Wlios^'s'^t$'nen(s veh^^dit ^iadgarffedi the CoiJTiti�rqB� or '   , ' :      '        ,    The Public's devoted ServiiiL Mttrph.'21, 1^20," ' T< BiSH, Ciirbbill, ' ; The BiTldingi tof the prsseiii Lottery wereatf ifpdjer;- ,   -\"',!tress'rs'.''fI'AiiBD'�Ad... April 8. R. Wilrnxuf theStrainiiMiddlesex^ wooHeri-draper, at eleven, at Guijdhall, Loiidon;. April 8. VV; .Coomhe, of Scpta-'yiird; .CaBnon-Blreet, London, iiii4diaAi,^at elry.^lr, ai  f E^II-eonrr^iYralbrouk,JL.upduo,'%er- (han.l.at'iwerv^'afGiiiMlia'lli^'- A pri 1�. J. Dousniiire and'j -TCiardiieJ'j of %oatUttireef j' Loo-! doni.mrrch.-inlsJal'teu.'atiGjiuldbiilVMniiou.V: .t^      -� 1 AjMil 8^. M.Cuurt.F. .Coiiit, J; (^iirl, and Jy L. Diggleisof Savagp-gardens, i>>i)dqit, ipiij^hwiits, at jen,_at CUil^Hall,, ebsptv^at twelve, at edliaiMO>i:S�rid�fii:!;ifi;::^^ A prit 1LJ3. Firl.lv af-Bastoit^t4bi^lu^.iB^Ji�^^^^ ,,^i^^^ne^i,aiiatif0UihTevifit�, at eleMp,atGuiI^liatl, -ApMI'S.' Jl'^BOnr, faitle dfTrtiro. Cornwall, wobllrii^dropet-. -.iii%rtiHrl���|/Pe�rd(iV:�(�lrl,- Trtin,. �^V^^^l^fM- H..fvfVttStBrpadslreelvHd^sleydOwni-Soutb- ^.ilege.1iilij ijnndoiy,'jnserchant.-G. Wilmaley, late' bf O'r'niskirl;, LaiicaWer, hosBf^r,-^./anejr, l��"df(Liv#rpboli l^lifi^inirh.-M. LVVytnt^, Toiib^rly it'f {.ui�e.4tKet, Loitdon^aait. itnt,HbiS'ell B�'il,-from halflpay 93.d Fool, viice itoS^rtstii), whose appuiutmeul has nUt liken piacer-r dated ;ar' id'HeiiVy .ftuil,!, ftgm h�lf-pay 33d �Foutrr^bifa dated os above.'; ie:(^rii!banjniii)}rt ifrevJdbn \Viui&jiv,W�ifOi.lJo^iVsm(liA^^^^ as-slaleii." � rb�!'Cb*inris�ibB o^'i)ia;Utail"i>lie, ot'ibi ^I'th^'l^^ VVIeran  Batlalipn, has .lie.pil'a:u�if SUPERSEDED.   ' Rirhard Bass.^iifTnrvi^t %fjfnid, Oirnu-r.....  f    '. Jubii Stone Chiippell, ui-^ kfurd itlreet, .\jt(Idlt'sf:x, I^qsi^^. ; \   BANKRUPTS. ' Thoiiiaii AlL-iiisfin, of U"dirCT�riel.l, 'Yorjt, mri-chan't,jp snrrenit^r} April l^i'lg, at Ihe^ IVose" and (Viiwn I'nu, lli'id. derB8eWj^tid'-May2,'At'elrv!'ii;jll the Bl-^r k )toll Inn, M*r-t' I>ice�itr-..q'i�fe, Middlesex, linearAr-, 7i and Mny 2, ai elevi'ii, at ilic I'oik"* Head Inn, Ciirli>le. Allorneys, Mr. Bnl^ell, Cloffk-l-dnr, London-and Mr. Blow, Carlisle, Willium Huull, juo, lale of .''loorport, Worreslpr. cn-binet-mak*r, to surrender, April 17, at five, 18, iinii Mny-2, at eleven, at Ihe While Hart loo, Harilrbory, WnicRit.,. Attorneys Messrs. Darfce, Church. ai|d Daiki-, K.-il S.iou-si|n�re, Hnlhuin, Loudon ; and Mr. A- Y- Ul'd, of Kiiidir-ininster, Worcester. "        . George 1niioi!ent, of Notlingham, liaker, lo �nrrpiidrr, April 3,4, and May 2, al eleven^ al ihe Flyins Horse Inn, Noilingham. Atlomvys, AIcksis. Hopkinsoo myi |?i,li.r>^ Noliinghain; and Mr. Wolslgo, .Hulboni-courl, Gray's ion, l. U-slrepl, Liverpool. AHorneys, Mr. J. Gnnot-ry, Luw-r Cis-lle.stren, Liverpool; and .Messrs. I.owe luid -Bower, Soulb-aniptun-bnililiiiES, Cliancery-lnn^, I.ouilon. Joseph Aikinsuu, of D^hou, Yotk, niftchT^nj, lu sniren-der, April 13,19, at the Rose and down Inn, Huildt-rsliifNJ, �4id M.iy2, at eleven, at the Black Dull Inn, TIerli. I.I, Vor"k. Atlorneys, Messrs. Jacuiob and llrnllry, HuflderstleM ;. nni| al their UUiue; Basinghall-slreel, London. Marg^tiel Harrison, of llnncorn, Chester, �hoj>|cecpei-, to surrender, April3, 4, aiid Mny -2, nl ten, al Ihe Doj Tavern, Manchester. Attorneys. Mr, Riiwiud Chesier, Sraplc-lnn, London ; and Messrs. Tiodall and Varey, limg-slreet, Mnn-chesle'r. .    '   ' Joseph' Wild, of Liverpool, ojerchijnt, lo. sur/eudir, April 17, 18, an-'i^lay 2, at eleven, .al lUe Georgt- Inn, D.ile. . �lre��jp.l,iv�-rj>ao|;iAt�p.riiey�, ^Jl-s�l.^. Hu^tcfufi nm\ F.ii�4tr, ' Livkrjiiiof i-VriirMr.'pawiiraCTesltr, g(:iple-;nn, t-undoti. George Gelttlf'St formerly of Liverpnol, and now ufSlrunl-ness^Oikney, N>rlh Britain, merclutnl, lu suirendrr, April 12, 13, Hid May^, al twelve, al the George ]nii, Liverpool. Atlornsys, Mr. Massey, Water street, and Mr. Daveiipori, Lord-sireel, LiverjiopI ; aud Air. Edtvnrd Chester, Slapler lun, London. Pbilip Jdy, of Cavendish; Suffolk, say-manuf:icturer, lo surrender, April 90, nl five, 3|, nnd May 2, al ten, of Ibe Half-iVluon Inn� Chire;Suf)'ulk. Allorneys, Mr.Sieveti", Clare, Suffolk; and Mr, 7^'. Stevens, Gray's Ini) square, London. Owen Owen, of New Boftd-streel, Middlesex, lailnr, Iq surrender, March 3ft,- April 4, and May 2, al leu, iit-GniM-bail, Lundui). Atturtiey, Mr. James Barnaby Mills, New Nbrlh-street. Rcd-Liuii-sijuare. I'lionias Rndin, of Bidfurd-strerl, Covrnt. '''S'.'"^ !May 2, at teu, at Guildhall, London. Allutuey, iMr. H. a. Grover, King's ^ench-wath. Temple. ,  piVI DEN DS. April 39. S. Hurrell, �f the Minonts, London, corn-dealer, at twelvv, at Guildhall. May 2. T. Unwiu, of Sawbridgeworlb, Herlford, maltster, at twelve, at Guildhall, Londuu. Aprjl 11. W. Cruiiih, fate of Snoirsfirlds, Bermundsey,Sui-rey, but now a prisoner con^ned in Ihe gnol of Surrey, coal-dealer, al eleven, at Gu.ildhall, Lund,urt. April 6. T.-ltevis^of Cambridge, lace^aker, ate^eo, a^ fhe Bqll lun, Cambridge. April 24. ^.^I.ade, of FipnjeSelwpod, Si>mpr�pt, clolh'icr, of ten, at Ihe George Inn, Frome Se(v�.ood.   . April 14. E liaitey, of Presliule, Wilts, parchiBeikjnaker, al eleven, at Ihe GuHdhalt, AIni'thoroogh; Wtttaifii^.' April 13. H.Laiig,G. Lang, and W. I.aog,�llof AiaesaJBioo, Lancaster, calico-printers, al twelve, atrlbe-.New- Uio, V :Bluekburo, Liiicaster. .  �. April 34. J French, jun! late of Frome Stlwood, Somerset, hut since of Pristol, clothier, at one, at-lhe Gfbrge Inn, , Frome Selwoo.d. ,      - April 13. T. Po/lerj lata; of Longlown, Cumberland, innkeeper, at elev.ei), at-l|ie Liou and Lamb, Carlisle. April 13. R. Powell, Q.f Carlisle, Cnnihcrlaud, innkeeper, at eleven, at ilie L'on and l^mU, Carlisle. April 24. J.GiAonI, late of Frome Selwood, SaccBset, buf. since -a prisoner for debt iu the gaol Of Somerset, coal- luerchanl, at (welve, at tli/e George Inn, Frame Sclwood. April  IS. 11. Buiruwa and W. Winn, of BroheD-whsrf, Upper Tham.es-slreel; Loudun, merrhanls, al live; ql !l:c "Norfolk Holjel, Si. Giles's-sireef, Norwich. April 11. C Pugsley, of the Lower Road, Islington, and of High- Holburu,   Middlesex, H-iur-trlulh-oiaaufaGiurer, .at itvelve; ft Guildhall,. Loiiduu.- CERTIFICATFA-April 11. J. Buck, I.Bleof Arundel-Rlreet, ,Str�nd, Middlesex, star tipnrr.-^'l.l C^Patririi, of Ausiiu-Friars, LoJiiinn,;iii�urance- br.ier._C Wuiid anil T. VVood, pf Oldswinfunl, ,>V'or Je, of pieiC))d sea, !Hiddle�rit,;i|ir"ni(�s5= Feb.' lis,-;I8-M� -S. MordTtfiu; a'lid-M. illoinlit^ai, itt -M'ldcMesijjt-ajIreeiv W.bi^pc|i8i�clt MiUldlffej,. f aud Of Wh>te-sirc iHjiK.8i lP!>mmf!*rV^^ffU^1mf'bA   

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