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   British Press (Newspaper) - March 23, 1820, London, Middlesex                                Number 5396. VrnliiiMr. Ttiompsuii,   Tullia, Mrs Glover; r.iinuiuia, nir!". W. West; Lucretia, Mrs. Rnbiiiatiii. APtri nli:cli,38ili time, an entirely new Comic Pautotnlme, called JACK AND THE BEAN STA[,K; Or, HARLEQUIN AND THE OGRE, TiicOere, Mr. Hudson; Jack, Miss Povey,afUrwiirds.Hiiiv l>'qiiiii, Mr. Bulnena; P:u>lalaoD, Air. Hartlaad; Ctai^; Mr. .Siuilliby. Jack's Mother, Mrs. Pearce; Ja;i|etla (arterivardi^ Columbinr), iVIiss Tree; Arps, Good Genius or the Harp^ .Tdins Edwards; Nigra, Ogre's Wife and ETilGenius, Mr.Me-re 38. 6d -Pit 3s. OA:; Secnnd Price 2s.-Lower Gallery 2s..j Second Price la.-Upper Gal-IcrT Is.: Scconil Price Sd. The BoxORicc will be open/rom Eli!�enmi Rrro'CHock -Pl�ee8 lo be taken of Mr. RodwelI,.Box Book-keeper. Mr. RrMiaOT, Mr. Inclcdon, and Madume Vestris, will re-op))ear immediately after Easier, .'Wr. Kean, on his return from bis provincial eu?a^ements, will make his first apprnrnnre ia King Lear, which Tragedy is now preparing for representation. THICA TRE-KO YA L, CO VENT-GA RD Elf. ri^HlS EVENING. THURSDAY. March 23, Jl.   will be acted, 8th time, n ncwsiasical Drama, called IVANflOE i Or, the knight TEMPLAR. Iv3!i!ioe, Mr. C. Kemble; Sir Reginald From de Beeof (Kuight Templar), Mr. Macready;. Sir Brian de BoisGuil-bert, Mr. Connor; Sir Maurice de Bracy, Mr. Hunt; Sir Lurnsi Beuumitnuir, Mr. Chapman ; Cedricof Rplherwood, Mr. Efrerlon ; Wamba, Mr. Liston; Friar Tuck, Mr. Emery; IsoBC (ihe Jew of York), Mr. W. Farren. Rowena (a Saxon Prlnccw), Miss M.Tree; Elgilba, Mrs. Liaton; Ulrica, Mrs. Kaacit; Rebecca (the Jew's Daughter), Miss Foole. To which will be added, the Farce of THE CRITIC. Sir Fretful Plagiary, Mr. W. Farren; Puff, Mr. Jones; Danjlc, Mr. Connor; Sneer, Mr. Egerton ; Don FeFulo Wliiskcraiidps, Mr. Blanchard.   Titburina, Mrs. Gibbs. The Doors will be opened at Half-past Six o'clock, and rbe Play liegin at Seven. Boxen 7a.; Second Price Ss^ 6d.-Pit 3>. fid.; Second Price 2ii.-Lower Gallery 2s.'; Second Price Is.-Upper U.illery In.; Second Price 6d. A Private Cox may be had for the (eason, or nightly, of Mr. Rr.inilun, at the Box office. Op Saturday, Shakspeare's Comedy of Errors, with Blue Bcaid. CALL of THE HOUSE. K. MATHEWS   AGAIN   AT  HOME, <.n MONDAY, Aprils, 182n, at the Theatre Royal Knslish Oinra House, .'ilrand. Husec. Places, and Private Boxes, to be had of Mr. Ste-vcusnii, iit the Straud Entrance, and at Fearman's Library, )70, liond-street. GREAT NOVELTY! ADELPHl THEATRE, STRAND. MR. J.SHAW'S NIGHT. THIS EVENING, THURSDAY, March 23, the Evening's Entertainments will commencCwith a new, laughable, and interesting Ball^, composed by Mr. W. Kirby, called LOVG IN A BUSTLE. Aficr whirb will be performed (by permission) that cele-lualrd eccentric Irish CurleKa, entitled THE ROW OF BALLVNAVOGUE; OR, the LILY OF LI.smore. "Gnllimaufry; or Puff! Puff! Puff!" by Mr. Cowell. Tile Hliole 10 conclude willi an entire new Burletta, in two arts, eiiliiled LOVE and the CHASE. Leader of the Band (for this night) Mr. Russell. Tirtriq to lieliad of Mr. Shaw, 19, Drury-court, Strand ; and at the Theatre. LAST two NIGHTS of PERFORMING BEFORE EASTER. .surrey theatre. II is rcdpectfully announced, that in consequence of the pr(K Auction (�f a New Melo-ilrame on Easter Monday, Ivaiihue rnniiot possibly be performed fur sonic time after Satur-dav nest. r sVHI.S EVENING, THURSDAY, March 23. a and SATURDAY, the Solh, will be presented the }:]ii{rhnble Burlctta of 1R1CK for TRICK; or. The MAN and the MAID. Afirr which, 25lh time, an entirely new splendid Historical Melu-dramalic Burlella, in three acts, called IVAN HOE; or, THE jew'S DAUGHTEB. To conclude with the very favourite Burletta, called SPOIL'D CHILDREN. ACIDULATED essence of ANCHOVIES, railifi deeded Preference this Netv SAUCE has M experienced during I be short period it has lieen before ilie Pniilic, liaving occasioned some spurious Imiiations, t. LAZENBYand son respectfully inform the Nobility Mini Gentry, the Original Article is prepared only at their W^irchnnsp, No. 6, Edward-street, London, audVS, Porlin. jflciil-slnet, Dublin: the label of each bottle signed �ii�abt:lb Laicnby." ' N.B. From its pctulinr Preparation the Acid Anchovy SiLTt' will be found very delicious with steaks, hashes, &c. uk HfH a� all kinds of 6�b, and claim a decided preference Tot- exportation ; is warranted lo keep In any climate, and ^iurs nui turn rancid when opened. -OfAZARD and Co. CONTRACTORS,  lo ffS   meet the wishes of the Pnblir, HAVE GIVEN ;K0KTY thousand POUNDS EXTRA MONEY lo I'rrj." IiTcl.if.ire allowed by Government, niakinff the -triimuil uf Prizes, in H ____.......I........�20.090,......f, 40,000 IWO... ..................�lO;o<)p.... :, � 20,000 Cinsol*, &c. &c forming 108 CAPITALS, Titkrfr and Sharci are 'Selling bf HAZARD,an^ Cp, Con-i.�cto,3. ftsyW EkchanBe-eale; 6�,,fto�:n|i!l!; �nd3-24,OK-lofd.Mie�r, torntr �r~S�iralI6W.sUMt, Cundoin-, who shared snd �oltti�i the iiHl�tt�ryCoiiti�ct,-,Noi..7,37q and 0,666 Prises or'4d,OW�.'��3i,iddiitM riwphj'.lLoftepyjA.U Ibe Vr'^'� uiiiOfim.iv. GENERAL ELECTIOX. COUNTY FIRE OFFICE, REoF.NT-yrREET. trustees The Duke of Norfolk, The Duke of Rutland, WESTMINSTER ELECTION. .M�reb 2?, 1820. THE.CONIMfTTEE for c..t..luctini; (he REELECTION  -fii/m the F.lecliirs of Weclmiaslpr, ihni lin- POLLING v�iM CLOSE linally on S.ATUR[)AY NEXT, i.i TIfRKE O'CLOCK, ami an icimctliiilc Aueinlaiice of Mr. Lamb's Friends is (inrticnlarly requ^slpd. ileiwriB haviuij Iwen cirfulaled which liuve had tlie efffct of deterring niauj of Mr. Lamb's fri- nds frimi eoiiiins; up l� the Poll, ihe^Commitleie �iili ihe ntiwt canfiilence a��ore the Electors, lhal under the soperintenilanre of llie Police and Parish Constables, who are always in ailnndance, A FREE ANO UNUlsrUKUE!) PASSAGE TO AND FROM THE HUSTINGS WJI.I. BE KEP^ft . OPEN DURING THE WHOLE. OF THE ELEC/^ TION. W  A. MILES, Sfcrplary. TOTHEGENTLEMEN. CI.EltnV, AND FHEEHOLD-ERS OF THE COUNTV OV .MIDDLESEX. GENTr.eaiitx,.      . i    � IHP roiitiiieiJt^' tfliich f exprt'sspil on Tuea^ .da'v;.*f'ta)M-l5(i�!!jfcH^iS  tliat a coniinnance .cC,y,oitir exertioHSc^>|j^^)4Hiw^ f Vntcs in my favour since that period, and Si\e great ntimbrr of promises whic'h yet remain unpolled, fully justify me in tclyii.i on the ultimate iriampb of onr canse, which is Ihe r.Tuse ofonr conniry. 1 repeat that I yield lo nu ninn in firm ailarhment lo Civil and Relit^ious Liberty, bUiided as il immutably in Willi our admirable Constiiulion ; nnJ I ilt-i-lare mys-.-lf, in the truest sense of ihe nurds, ihe Frirnd of Ihe People, for the rauac of Ihe people cm never be Wparaled from the cause of their King and CuiiUry. Acting on tiiese principUs in the conscientious disrharife of try public tluly, I have, lo Ihe iiimost of my power, resisted Ihe progress of sedilimi ai;d libispliemy ; I have supported those measures whieh subspqtieni evenis prove lu hnvr been indispensably neeesBtiry for ilu." prrsrrv:iticn of ilie Constitution; and in Ilie anxidun pr-tmoiioii t>f all rest and prarlical improvement in onr I.aw^ and luslitulions, ] have nnifurnily opposed all vague, viKionary, and dangeroiis pi'u-j rets of K*'form. It lias beih my ronetani endravour, during the 1 �st fourteen years that' I h:ivp bfen your Representaiive, .fflilhfiilly, lealonsly, and dilii;.ixr�m�, price 6s. m'iE elements of astronomy, ill.i.- traled by Observations, which ibeSiudeiii nuv make on the Heavens, and by l!ie Celesiial Glolie. Tu which ia added, an Essiy on the Pluralily of Worlds. By JAMES MITCMEIJ., M..A-Autlior oif " Elements of Natural Philosophy." London: PrJntwl for T.,aud J. Allnian, Priuces-street, Hauover-oquarc; and sold by Baldwin,Craduek, and:Juy, Patrrnoftterirow.. Of whom way heha<^; by the s:ime Anl^nr, iprir^S^. ' This EtB.\lF-NTS'�f NATUirAL PHU.O.StJJ'U�, tritb i Flatcfy 1 Vol. tSmti. . FlFlf) DfiY^. (BY OCR EXP,^fiSS.)  THE  Kt.NU v. Aftii OTHEBS.        �' -As it wiis tiuuivii that Mr. Hijjit v�as to op^n his deletict this ilay, ilie.Cujfrt wi��,rroiv4ed to ejccesn .Bt h Very euiHy lioiir. At- teti riu you, thai 1 axiived at York laboiiring binder a heavy cnjri, which has sincB'beeu increased. l� Ibe jJraflof ibe door b'^bind me, �nd by.,i^y .inxiety ;uid atteo-;>iu4leerimiiial so impnsited, isa mousirr, a low-bred, vulgaf'villsiir, a desperaiiu of low life, plodding violence and rapine,'fr�8(�if and murder-iusli. inline bis fellow creatures to burry on with hiu'i iu bis career of desperate and atrocious crimlnali^! Whiitproof ia ihei'e in evidence lo enlille the LearoeliConllVeito ilraw this 'air-drawn dagger,' save.�ndepd,'tbt cviiWiicc of tine-.uncorroboi raleil wiluv.ss-a man; loo, bedrUijthe -rank of high' life,  (ientlemuu, and n Magistrate'^ he.of'all, oirly-dared lt� utUT ; Ibis brrhllrof slHiideri dnd to' implicate uii,or�uypart oi \W -meeliiig, )u any aclieof turtoft'or .*ioleB�e.- Tbiii' ha�ili|t i iiei divert their alteulioD and exhilarate their-ininds. If tseea wish foliurt Ihefeelings uf any body, 1 always say, ' No, no; give Ihem three cheers.*  What a '^ntemplilile vanity ait> i nol ctmrged-wtlh! - To excite a shont (rum the peopleI--whar> tlid.i want of >l? I needed do such Btimulns to Ihrm- if-1 weie weah enough to resurt .;lunch mraiis. They always^|;awk me.enoogh.of shooting whett lapF�flrei) -ainonf 1htia-,,4vilhui>t tisiuc any fuolnli ^neans to ohtcm-theii*applause-" Whei� -I -|�t.to SuUuclc's Sniiibsy, I found that the meeting-of the 0lfa August bail been piuliiliited by the IMagistralrs^.and declared iilegaf. Mr. Html, yi,u hear, called this meeting. No-it was 6ot . iHr. Huiii who railed it-it was ih� inhabilants uf Mqo-rhester, wlm called it by public advestispment.. - A ret^Mi '.1 y vaniiy and ambilion. What vnniiy ? what amb; � i.'. Wa^it. tbe-siDbiiion to do evil?-tio; il tvaa Ihn in-(a do that guad. which f Ibuugbi irinmy (insnri 'o.'jlgtomplish. '.When diit--l jhew a diKpoaiiinu tu di, B*il?^. Tie -hustings are described as composed of rordna.-t ej^S^Wlrtial arr^y,.and all prepared to figtit against buy cue, \^mi -for me;, luiit wb(;re did I misdirect Iheir power -keep 110 iiotea of ray speeches ; I trust ly the feelings and dictates uf my heart, which are foreign (o  ii>lroce; and-I speak what I feel. I ask, then, on 'nrhal meeting iu ih"-whole course of my life did I. by even any single casual expression dropped iu the heat of the momrnt, use ou-single word that bad a tendency 10 excite the propie against ihsir Constiiulion aud the Authoril-ies of the Stale? If I had attrmptEd so bad a coorse, I do ii:  VI hat farms did I point out for partition? What buicher's or baker'i shops did I ever desiguale fur plunder? None If 1 e v- had so miscondurled myself, du yon -think, Geutleme., of the Jury, you would not b-ive henid t.f it i!iiri-.-x lliis trial? Do yoninot think that the prnserninrs. ir,;., Ihe whole Treasury of England at iheir bu'-k, woulil Imi, found it out, and made me answerable. Vnr it Ihis dav ' I never in the whole course of my life used a single ex. pression that had a tendency lo induce the huiuhlrr w-alk, of life, or the lower orders as they a.-e deiiominaied, Sj oblain a single farthing, except from the froils of ihrir ow 1 holiest industry. The Reporters who have been examiiied, all prove that I never used a single phrese Imt what was an exhorl'itiou for peace and order. Ro^er Eiiiwistle alone says, 1 pointed to. the soldiers and said, ' ilicre am jnu,-en, inii-s, gel ihcm down, and wbep you have Ihem ilowii, keip l)ieni dnwn.' Mr. Horlon says, this was nol uu. drrssid 111" ibe soldiers, anil 1 will prove lo you thai f could not, from position, hare seen ihc soldiers flt l!.--liine. So nmcU for Roger Enlwistle's fact. Next cams-iKe charge of martial array and wootien muskeis-ii,e synijrtoms of violence and disorder. Kot a single bludg-uu is produced-not a single individual in that immense rru� ! offers an insult to any one. Mr. Green, Mr. Pnillips, aini Mr. Hardmau come here and declare their dread uf ih--meeting, without hearing a single^expression UMpd to juaiilv Iheir alarm. In this immense pupulaliun, cpusisling ot litj or 70,000 people, you have only spoken of iu evidence I'oni or five verbal iusalts, aud the principal of lh��e loo used before Ihe people eutered Manchesier. Une man sain. ' Manchesier would be made that night � serond .N|us-cow;' and yet seethe impression ihis awl'ul ileiTr.ii-cialion'made on the witness who heard ii, a man w.-to hail at Ihe time his wife and children in the very lu>iii that w?.s so soon to be in a slate of conflagration, anU yet what eifirtjdid il produce upon him? lVh\ lie reBia.iir! pursuing his ordinary occupation in the t'acUiri where f.-t was at work; he felt that it was an idle auil a ridiruh.-.u phrase, aud being under iio alarm a*or liia family, he   >i any iliing-hnt a vain boasi, he could no!, nuless beu.-ie u nionsler, have refrained from fiyiiig before lhal populne.-, and rescuing his wife and children from the impending ilun. g�r ? Then coraes Sir. Francis Phillips. He rode u.ii i�j Stockport, and eyeing a man rpry eloso, icul a slrolie ui" a club 111 return, and therefore tit uu-.tiiced tlie meeting as ilic-gal. 1 his was the author uf the crlebraleti pnntphlet, a ukiii who had done more lo circuUie ihe gi'ossest intsreureseniH-tiuna respecting the .Manchesier busini^s than any oihee mau in ilie country -" .Mr. Justice BaVLEY-" Take care, and dp not goOiit of the way to cast aspeiHiiins." Mr. Hum-"Then .Mr. Phillips tells you herelurnei!, and made certain depositions before .Magrslrales.    But yet r.-i-m wiiat had fallen from the olhcr uimessia, it noulil appear, thai so far from Ihe danger arising on Ihe inorning-ot iVlon-day, in the eyes of the Magistrates, Uiey had aelunliy mt t I on ihe Sunday, to try and frame depoaiiion.s upon ihesuh-j J--CI ; but not being able lo agree upon the point.liaddff'ene.l I the matter until the following day.   yind yet they tell ynu j they never felt  alarm nnlil the morning of Monday, s-.i ! that Iheir alarm appeared in the result 10 be, luit sui-ideii I anil tiuminent, but the counsel of two daya.   The giPai I discu.ssion-the  great  arrangement  was  liow   to  breaa I up ihe meeting without reading the Riot Act-Ibe famous I Riol Act.   The Couimri for the piostiuliou did nol bring a I single witnrss to prove that it had heeu read-they knew verv well lhat if ihey attempted lo do so the evidence of the individual would have been kicked out of Court.   Tory iine-.i- 1 it was never read.   I Uitl not put .the question to Hiiltoii, Ire-cause \ knew bis answer would,Ji*ve been ' Ycs^ bang -i ~ ' [.Mr.Justice Bayi.R'V-" Youcanuol kuovv whatbis uiia--trer ; woulil he,-Mr. Huni."J ! " But ihonghl did not put the n�e�'ioo,I got foU enonjl. h from him in tbe cross-examination, that mi such thing hau ' been dune. I made liiiu to ull intents and purposes swear that no Riot Act was read. I asked him, ' t)id either vo . , or any of yuur brutlier Magistraces go furih atwi rautuj--the people that tlieir iiiecliiig was illegal? Did-you g-.-e them any .uolicc before you ili.sjioued ihem? Did vi.ii try to persuade ihrni to destsi from what you Ihouglilm-j-* their object, or make Ibeoi in :uiy w,iy believe that iiit-riidfd 10 drive them away by fjrce;'-' No,' said M.. Huliou. I, conlinued Mv^ Hum, knew lhat the Uiut Atl was � notice-iliat it wira a procUniatioii tu li-.*. ppople, I put my queslioUj^ therefore, so .as to get ji.e ttusws-r without biniieg to'the witness ihe fact i-'waui-ed lo extract from 'him. i knew that no Riot Aet had been from first lo last riad.- Mr. ScarU-lt" knew that, and-faedid nut venture tu ask ibcquFslion. He knew iheiin-pressioH pruduCid in ilie l-loii-uol Commons-by lb�t cireuir-slanre, �ud bow it reveiberaied ibrougbont- l^e Cuuoii; Why not call the Rev.Mr- Elitelttone? Diil not tte Learned tieiiileouu koow'tbat Mr. Etbrlstoiie.senl. tp a messni<� 'Itw'I.Mdliatn 'lai{�ies< t it-i: Biol A-�l? - He sent iu the messsgp, bui-Jie cuitlxliiat da..: go hrliire a Jury and smear lo, lliesvfa.ei.i.'iWhere were Mr. Trafforil, Mr, Taltoir,- Mr.;H�y,'Mr,fNutriai .Coloi..S iFlete6�ir, CoWotl li'Eiiiengtjtiiud �H i�li.�t*et jeotb-n-r^   

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