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   British Press (Newspaper) - March 31, 1820, London, Middlesex                                ^Tfii.jir.fflfiii Number 5403. LONDON, FRIDAY. J^ARCH 31, Jii2Q. FniGE 7d. THBATttR-ROYAi., DRORY-LaSR. ON MONDAY NEXT. April 3, 1820, hit HajeJlv'* Serranti trill perrurra Itie Comedjr of THE COUXTRV OJRL. Mo-i'Ir, Mr. DuwIiHi; Harrmirl. Mr. Hroley; BeWillr, �Mr. lUiniird; Sfurki^li. .Mr. Kh��'II. Peggy, Mi� "^rlly; Alelbea, Mra. iiufcht^; Liiry, Mrs. Orgrr. After �bich, 39lli lime, aa entirely liew Comic Paatomioie, called JACK AND THE BEAN STALK; Or, HABLEQUIN AND THE OGRE. Tfce Box Onicewill be opeii from Eleven till Fiveo'Ctuclt -Places lo b� taken of Mr. Rvdwell, Box Book-kee|Ki'. . On Tuesday, the Comedy of A Cure fur the Heart Aohe. On U'eilnenday, the Opera of A rlaxcrvrs. Mr. Keaii, 6ii his returit, will make hit first appearanrein the par! of King Lear, wljich Traced} is ooir prepafloirfur rrpi-e&rntaiion. TkHATRB-ROYAI., COVRNTaAROH!^. MONDAY EVENING NEXT, A|.rii 3. VP will be acted rY&tb lime), a nev Simical Drama, called TfiE ANTrqUARY. Jnnniban ^Idtinrk, Mr. Terry ^f^eeitt, Mr. Blandiard; Luvi I, Mr. Comer; Sir Arthur Wardonr, Mr. Chafiraan; tilicOrbiltre, Mr.'Eiiiery; U>rd Glenallan, Mr.Cuoiiur; Hoc-tnr M'lnlyre,' Mr. Abbott. Misa laabella Wardour, Miss >?rei,lieiu; Miss Mi^ria M'lotjjre, Misa Matthcw;s;; Misa 'Uriaelda Oldbiick, Mrs, Davenport ; Elspeth of the Craig-^u'rnfuot, Mrs. Faiicif. After which, first time a new Pantomime, called ' HARLEQUfN AND CINDERELLA; Or, THE LltTL^ GLAS.S SLIPPER. Prince Alldore (afterwards narlHjiiin], Mr Eliar ; Biron Piim|>(i''iu8 (afterwards Pabtaliion), Mr. Barnes �, tt>e Ba-roiipss Pomposiiis (afterwards 'CloWn), Mr. .Grimaldi j Pe> (lrii;i> Luncshanks (afterwards Dndllini), Mr. Miirman. Cinderella (afterwards Columbine), Siliss E. Dennett. A Private Uox may be had for the teaiuu, or uigbtly,. of Sir. Brandon, at the Box olBce. On Tuesday and Friday in Easier week, Shaktpeare's Comedy of Errors. On fVeduesday and Saturday, Ivanhoe, or The Knight Tpmplar. On Thursday, (be new musical 'Drama of The Antiquary. ROYAL AMPHITHEATRE, ASTLEY'S, WESTMtNSTER-BR4 OG E. rr>HE   Public aie must rcspecifullv  informed A  that Ibis Theatre WILL OPtN on EASTER MONDAY, April 3, 1829, under the immediate superintendance of Messrs. ASTLEV and DAVIS, when will be performed, for the first lime, A NEW CHINESE AIEl.O-DK AM A, expressly written and prepared to bring forward i o la novel and appertainine manner the United Slad of Horses, and i aUo a NEW COMIC PANTOMIME, which will com- I mcnce with an inleresling Ballet of Action, taken frum the Hralhcn Mylhuln|;y. The Theatre has andergone various alterations and im-pruvrmeiilr, and has been entirely re-decorated and heau-lifisd.-Extensive New Scenery, Decorations, end Dressts,. which bave been in preparalinn since Christmas. Several New Prrformers have been addtd to the esla. btishea and popular fav l-arh, cured by ihe Oxyde<�f Bismuih, &c.- T\ic dklinguishing ^mploms of the ti�naJti>f jAyril^       be p�bli�h�d, r|lHE ARCADIAN. N.^;m.   CQNjENrs:- D. ad Leilerf, No. 3, Ih; t?dy H-�-d, on. l1�e Silver iVi-l>lter on '.Ihe COrtiilalinut-ViM Tdacxitffy'e three Birlta-Extraor.liniry Ertal iu. tUnk; LiferrAnrC'l 'le of Tliisllewood-List of Ibe Vtf*' Patliament-Mr. Walter Sroll-Liler;iry and SciODIi'HT' Grtnwa-Mariner's Cimpass -Review of Kniekrrbucker'ri^ r^-r..Ha.vdoq's Pii:lure -.Oil Smiuet Writing, by the (Witiir of Jibe Ex-m-s-(.We loMireury, itf'ta Inih Bai^i'itl^-T'Tbcalrical Review- Elretiuu iMielUeeiice, Sec.       -j;,-�'W:'...; , .' � " jtfftite?! fur Jt>bttvM|ll^/'Bl^ipgt�m-^tje�de.   .      " To-morrow, Satiirdsy, will iMJ',puUi4liiedj   '.   . LAt KU tXJlDW KDlNI}l>R Hia^bit hanwatdtehnre, frulis^r�ipew>lkW^�itlfc�^ita. *ett44i.'SrlRcb be had been>u��ee<^ that-.ir) atcaaioiK-eoaM \' bave preaeiited ir!.elf which rould have raisejl^vfae ebsraeter of man bl�her ii^ h^s eslimaliou, or which cnuld'have al. laVlied iiim more siacerely tu his friends,'.than lhal expe. rieiiee.   It was to him une uf Ibe mu^t c. Sir Nichnlas sat down amidst luud and coiMiuucd cheering aud applause. He aeain rose, and ub lt followed Sir N. Collharst in a very energetic speech. He commenced by acknowledg'ing the srdtint^kertums of bis friemla un bis behalf, while abseul, and bi^ .gtatilwde lu them in cunaequeoce, as well as to every class uf Ibe electors, for Iheiinpporl lie had riceived from them all. ,Ue would continue to persevere in Ibal line of C094ucl,aad in |bo�e pvlitieaV priiieiplea wh^rh bad gained biro inch indi^^riaiuale aid, and ihuugb many may differ from liiro in ccrliiia points, he called opu 0| by bii acta and coiutuct ia ParUanleiit rathtr than bf perraMftWllicilaliun, as Ibe lime thar would be occupied in such applicatioof would be nore uieliilly �wfilu^ed in the diaehnrge of bis pnbllcduty, in walebingibe gi o-ril n. Uresis uf IhecuuBlry and Ibe loc^l iaii rests uf hi> roncl!. Inenis/-From this topic the Hon and ehqnent G.oiuna-i paned to a defence of the Whig* sgniusi an atfofk malr. Hulcbioaotk Iheu pioceeded )o ennraeiate wl.ai be con-aidered llu-ir merits, and what in an rspeeial dei:eee, demanded Ihe gratitude ef Ibis cuuulry. Hcimuiiyy, be said, , was one of their great. obJKcIs, and Cir aa ailurbmrnl in . Ireland ihe; were ceer �on�picnoas and diMingniHhi d ; %f�l' srhHs (ftl^'C^ahl litlt'�itr^ the g>eat quesiiun uf Iniend, Mameljr, Catholic EenanciiMlion, they retired from olHce. The Hon.'Geolleman eniered-wiik enAt earwsimrs* into ' lliia subject, and further said, lliml that Adminiolraiu'ii . which Mr. Runayne had so profusely alms d, liad ii, ihis rmintry, as une uf its Representatives Mlim in puw r, a man who had the merit of having achierid m�re for 2rr. laoil, by h'la Corn Bill, than any other indiiidaal ever did hrfuie; he meant his valued f>ieiul, S'h-Juhu Ne-rpurl, Iheu Chancellor ol Ihe Exchequer for trrlanil. To fii>oi also t'.e r>nnlry was indebted for the Franchise Bill, whieh I'ariii-taled the oblaiiiiog of freedoras from CorpurutiwaK. ]i w.>i� tite Whig Adminislraljon wbidi iucrea.^ed the grui-t lo Maynouth College from &,00f>Mo 13,eOB/ a year, ibe objert of lhat liistilntion being lo give educalioii  -sigiied for Catholic Clergymen, which, from Ihe .late of Kiirop*-, iliey eotild nol llien seek abroad ; and Ibe IssI Act t.f th� Uuk�- of Hedfiirii's Adininiulralion iu.lhi> country was t> uppol'-t Mr. Terry, a Ruinao Calholir G:enileiuan, and &ii e�.teen e oirs), a Commispioorr of ihe Aeveiiiie, These weren few iii�i.tnri> ireHses of ttie conntiv? The Whign were sgain-l lhal wai. ilie eBVci uf which in* to pill lip a great power, <�i.i ai * ca-sion were iiiisre^esenlril; 'iwiis .nid he pruiinoKt-d � nlogium on Na|iole�iii, when in f.ici he oiny did lhat uhifi the pen of the hietoriau wouhl d.i, .1. srnhe him �� a it. nl militrtiy rommaiid�r. By such misieprest Hi.itiuit he .rf-fcred in the year 1812. Y> 1 shoilly iitler he was ilnt< n from his �eat lor Ihis rity, l. y Lord CasiUieagh ami ihe P.iweis of Encope, if lie u-oud consent 4o cuotiue France within-lis uncieiit llmitji. brutn this subjicl Ibe Hon.  ilematt psisxrd lu-tbe condnrt i>f Ihe Whigs upon tlie Slave Trade, whirb tin y uhulish^d, ii.d to ibeirrtfusal lo raise a niounmeut to the memory uf Mr. Pill, whose principles lh�y d  i rcu I lo bis honesty as a man. lie uexladveiied lo fh�i peii �ii\ ai.d di<~ grac-fully   lielaud, li� alii* tiy a spirit of eoncihalion, which bis previ-nie wowld nol Ik>} impart, the active disronieni which ibeii prevailed ; .at d sure he (Mr. Hutchiuson), was, th�� his prri.eni .Maj.-mv, George IV. would burst all shatilrs, and Ibal Irish lle.lu|I^, and lhi>t aiiHchmeui lo Ir.Uiid f,.r which his yoDlh had uiiu remaikaiile, would be cous( ous lie must ever he lo iH.'I l.i� ronsliiu.nia, thai Ihe event allud. d |o by .>li. Cailaghan would be luni; deferred, and it ai the n , ti� Kguiu repealed, this CvWnlry wunld have iCainvn tu depiure.- [ ISc Honourable (ieullemao delivered tins parfuf Ins nditress wl� appairotly very aideni feeling*, aud wuh a couiiiieitce i�h>! il weieqaii-kly and seusihty cumniuiiiCdird lu the iraiiienxess-� mblage w-lio loudly cheered.] The next topic upoo whico hedwelt was fttform. He was in f-iv*iur uf a Kei'*>rin ul l-Hmeiit, hill against Annual Parlisuieijfs and Uuiv, r^.,! .^41'-frage, whirhli'e Saul noK vrn ihe lalrnisuf .Mr. Konajne tioid i*phuld. lie was fur au exlension vfsnn'ra^e. and ruiT. siilcrid seven ycais lou long for ih. duialion of Pa. ii::-' nieuls, and though he had a gieat respitt for Sir Fraiiris Bordelt, he differed from hiui on many nubj-cIs, and oa nutbing more than Parliamentary Reform. In cineliiiiun, Ibe llouuuralile (iiniUioan staled, that as he cuns;-dered ihis a day on which a Heprrsi iitaltve ^hould give sa srcounl of his conduct, he hoped Ihty would vsense him for having irrrpasiied un thiir time so long; pSr-ticnlarly as the iuditl'treuce uf tile English press lu x'l Irish subj.CIS, except on a f�w great uaiional onen, rend ^h Prksb, wirich paid alieuiiuir to Irish aahjectsi^ aud '//to ilOTning Chronicle was aUu libefal oa suvh uccwioos; dot gem rally il was otherwise.. The Hon. Grnllruian c�ncl
                            

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