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   British Press (Newspaper) - April 5, 1820, London, Middlesex                                Number 5407.. LONDON,' WEDNESDAY; APRIL 5, 1820. Pkick 7(i. THSATRR.ItOY/IL. Dltl!liY-CANB. rfWlS EVENING, WEDNESDAY. April 5, . JL    ti� MajeUyVSerranJ" will (lerforra the OperB of AkJAXERXER. AitBienn-^ffir"! linn), MaHsme VcBlrif! \ ktiahanrt, Mr. 7i,il.Ji>ii; Ach^crs, Sir. �Bralwoi.    Manilanr, Mi�a CareW ; AfJrr wliicli, ihc rntniir Skptrli, in one act, of ,    , HLDE DEVILS,. Mrarri'm, Hr. Ejliklbn^ Janm, Mr. Cowell; DrtDiiouj Vr. Galtir.  Anaede, Aliso Kelly. 1'n Whirh irill bp nddrii, Ihe l^leln �rtrflma of THE INNKEEPER'S DAUGHTEft. i > Rirliard, Mr. Pcnley; Franklim/J, Mr. Oattle; MonkJon, Mr. Hmnhlio; WilliiuD, Mr. Bsmird, Mary, .Mita Kelly; Marian, Mm Harlowe. ' :Tb* Box Office will be open from Tlercn till Fire o'Clock -Plasei to be lakemof-Mr. Kodwell, Box Book-kfeprr. Tw.mqrrow, Siia&ipeare'� Tragedy of- Hamlet: Hamlrt, 1>7 a Gentteihan (hi� fimt appearaace on tlie Loudou' boards, aod n-n>pd.aa,�ny)ilaee}.': .' i  '        ' i THBATll^-JtayAt^CQi'fiffr-OAUPJiff. THIS EV^mO, WEDNESDAY, Ajml 5. will be acted^rtJih rtiric), a new MuwcalDraiBa, clilled � IVANHOE; Or, THE KNICTt TfeMP.LAR. Tyanlloe, Mr. C. Krmble; Sir KeBirtaW From de Boeuf riC night Templar), Mr. MacreaUy; Sir Briande BoisGuil-twrl, Mt. Connor; Sir Maurice de Bracy, Mr. Hunt; Sir Ln-rii Branmanuir, Mr. ChapmiiD; CeHric of Katherwoad, ttr. e^erton ; Wamba, Mr. Blanchitrd; Ftiar Turk, ftlt. Emery-, Isaac (the Jew of York), Mr. W. Farren. Rowena (a .Savon Priucm), Mha M. Trer; Elgiiha, Mrs. Lislon; Ulrica, Mrs. fansit; Rebecca (Ihe Jew's Da:i(;hler), Miss Foole. After which, 3d time, a new Pantomime, called , HARLEQUIN AND CINDERELLA; Or, THE LITTLE GLASH SLIPPER. Prince Aledore (aflerwarda Harlrijiiin), Rlr. Ellar; Baron Pompucini (afterwards Pantaloon), Mr Burnra; tlie Ba-roiieu Pompoiini (aflcrward.'i Clowii), Mr. Grimaldi; Pe-drii;u LlMitT'hank*(afterwards Dandiiii), Mr. Nurmau. Ciii-Ivrrlla (aflrrwardi Columbine), Miss E. Di'iinett. A Priratc Box may he had fur the season, or nightly, of K r. Brandon, sit the Box offiee. Harlequin and Cinderella, or The Little Gla� Slipper, �will he rrprsted eviry eveniiie. Tn-morrow, the new mnsica) Drama iif The Antiquary, Oa Friday, Shakspeare'a Comedy of Erfnrt. Ou Saturday, Ivanhoe, or The Knight Templar. .SADLER'S WELLS THEATRE It now open fnr the Season,' nnder the Management of Mr. Howard Payne. The following Performances will be repeated till further notice. THIS EVENING. WEDNESDAY, Aprils,, the Entertainments will commence with an�olirr new' Comic Pantomime, called GOODY TWO SHOES, FAIRY OF THE FLOWERS; or, VILLAGE FROLICS. -Frank Meanwell (afttrwards Harlrqiiin), Mr. Bulugna; Will Oohbins (afterwards Clown), Mr. Grincaldi; Farmer Ciratpitll, Magistrate and Chutrliwnrileii (afterwards Panta. Ivi.in), Mr. Barnes. Giiiidy Two .Shoes (afterwards Fairy uC (lie Flowers), Miss Cawte; Graapall's Daughter (after-viirila Cuhimbiiie), Miss Vallanrey. Splendid last Scene, Palace of.the Fairy of the- Flowers. Afirrlhe Pantomime, a Dnet (composed by Mr. G. Ware), entiilid, Br8ntie�, have yon seen a toy?" by the two MitsFs Cawae, the crlrhrated Musical Prodigies, one being only right, and the other eleven years of age; and n new Comic Song, entitled, " London Novelties," by .Mr. Steb-biug. To which will be added, n new Serious Melo.drama, founded on Iheceiebraled French Melo-drame, now acting with Th� most extraordinary applause in Paris, entitled CALAS; OR, THE FATHER AND SON. Cains, Mr. Brtlerton ; Adolphos (hi& sni>), Mr.S.S.Slan-Iry; Amhrnse (his enemy), Mr. Rathfiird. Madame Calas, Bin. Waring; Hortensia (daughter of Ambrose), Alra. S. S. Stanley ; Pauline (daughter of Calas), Miss Price. Ike Evening's Entertainments to ronclnde with a new Serio-Comic Piece, entitled, THE COTTAGR OF THE LAKE; OR, MY VASSAL'S DOG. tu which will be inlrotloceil the wonderful performances of the Dug Bruin. In the last Scene a Lake of real Water, and total deslruc-. timi of Ibe Collage of Ihe Lake by fire. Doors open at Half-pact Five, begin at Half-past Six, Box, 4s.~Pil, 2s.-Gallery, Is. Anew Mela. Drama, fon-ndrd upon Ihe last new Novel, rnlill.d The Monastery, or The While Maid of Avenel, will be produced on Monday next. ilCHARDSON, GOODLUCK,  and CO. ---K   respectfullv acquaint the Public that Tickets and Siiares f.ir the NEW STATE LOTTERY are on Sale at tlieir OfEcei, Bankbuildings, Cornlirll, ami Charing-croM, The Scheme contains 4 ........Piiies of........�:10 000 2 ..........................20 01)0 3..........................10,000 3 pfr Cent. Consols; and 40,flOO;. has been added to. Hie Prize-Money heretofore alluwed by Government for Ihe delusive advantage of early Piircliaarrs. 60,01101. in Two Thousand Prizes of 30/. each "iii he UittriUuud by a Preliminary Drawing NEXT TUESDAY, the Ilth Instant. RICHARDSON, GOODLUCK, and CO. sold in the last Lottery No. 7,807, a Prize of 20,000<. Money, in Shares. Scheme* gratis. THE TWO CLASSES OF 10,000 TICKET.�1 EACH. ^B^ BISH having (jvveii his oiiininu of the preai nt El  I..otlery, begs leave to point out to his best Friends, the Putilic, its leading features. It cnnsislsof 20,01)0 Tickets, iiod cuolaina 102 Capitals, amnnnting to 303,500/. Money sad Consols, all in'One Lijttery, and to be drawn in Two Clauca of 10,000 Tickets each. The first 10,000 are to be pot into Ihe Wheel before the First D.iy, and are those only wltich are now on Sale. The other 10,000 are to be put into llw WbevI after Ihe 18th May : not any of them are yet oq .Sale, nor can T. BISH say when they will he, as he is unable fu gel any information relative ihrrHu. The usual amuynt of Priie-rooory would be 200,000/. but the Cun-tracior* have, nailer Ihe sanction of a recent Act of Par-'inmedl, added 40,000/. thereby incrPHsing Ihe intrinsic 'line {up In Ihe II/A April) iz/. per Ticket; and to get itk that 40.000/. iliry allowed hy the Lords of the � ?^ry�� cl/arge the Piiblir 2/. per Ticket more than (lie 'v-f price.  {This it ike iOfiOOl.-gald to be fiiven awag) i'. BtSH be)^s it to be clearly understood,'thai, however . ciuns the Ailyertisemeiiiaofoibrr OiBcr-keepers maybe, rSrhrine duea not contain any advantages that the Cns-(imrrsof hiaOlficea will not equally |�rlicipate in.  The !^ limiitary Day of. Drawing Catilht Gaztlfn ealli ilj will �^.NEXT TCESD^y, lllli of tl.ia Month (April), on *l'(h day eo,0fli0{. Money will be withdrawn from Ibe S< Vnie, by drcidfug all the 2,000 Pritet of 30/.  NpJ any Pricr, 110^  iH my Blvnit be Oriiint ttal day ; but "^r�ati^' tfanr 3,0011 Tirker* will aftuiTC N�turc,Uc,ft3 10914 Good and Gregory*! Panlalpgiai Edinburgh Review, 26' vols.; The Reporli of Vese^, Boblp-aon-^ Dartifutd and EUst, BlaclAtone, Edwsrda, tu.', th� AVotHisqf HaQie,.GibbpOi floberltua, Smollrlt, Rtplo,aml pther HistotisDs./ ' Alit>, a LarR� Cylinarleal Elrctrlfyintr Macbla*. with a variety of cspetiairc ap^ianlua; Andrien'a 8 ''to''''*^ dais; a Telrscppe; by ^dams^l &^ j(C, ' iTtt be rii''wed nie day preceding and nioro^Df* of pale, Mil eiialofjRl'lMdi pritieS*^ each.' 2d Regiment,of Dragoons-Cora'et Genre*: Unharl, from half pay 11ih Light Dragoons, to be Curuel, vice Jamea Travrrs Burke, who exchanges, receiving Ihe difTeivncc- dated as above. lOlli ditto-Ensign Richard Srymnnr Conway, Virconnt Reaochnmpi from Ist West India Regiment, lo be Cornet, vice Ihe Marquis of Carmarthen, who retires npun faalf-pay Royal West Inilia Rangers-dated as above. 22d ditin-Captain H"iiry Jackson Close, from 5th Dra. goon GnardB,lo be Captain, vice Euderby, who exchanges -dated as above. Roval Waggnn Train-Lieulenanl-Culoiiel .Sir George Sca-vell, K:C.B. from Iralf-pay of Staff Corps of Cavalry, to be Lirulenanl-Culunel-CoiDmandanI, rice Majnr-General Hamilton, deceascii-dated as above. 37ih Regiment of Fool-Lieutenant Stephen Blake, from half-pay of the Rrg4nient,lu heQuartermasIrr, viie Woud-foid, who retires upon lull pay-dated a& above. 48lh bilio. To be Lieulenanla-~Lieutenanl Benjamin Thompson, from half-pay of the Regiment-dated as above; Lieutenant John Crnkrr, from half pay of the Regiment-dated as above; Liriitrnanl WiHiain Andrews NesfiHd, from half, pay uf Ihe Regiment-dated as above; LieulenanI Ru-' belt Cnmining Hatnillon Gnrdon, fioiii half pay 3d Foot Guards-dated .March 24, 1820. 49th ditto-Wujan Browne, Geut. to be Ensign, by purJ chase, vice Sanders, priiinoled-dated March 0, }8W, lit WcHl India Regiment. Ensigq Thomas Miller, from batf.pay Royal West India Rangers, to he Ensign, vice Lord Braurhainii, uppuinied to the lOlh Light Dragoons-dated March 23, 1820. 3d Royal Veteran Battalion. Lieutenant Joseph Lynam, from half pay Itifle Brigade, to be LieuteuBHl, vice K*>nnedy, who returns tu hi"! former silualiun on ihe Rellred Lisl-.SP^ render, April 17, SI, and May 16, at tea, at Pearce'a Hotel, Redratb, Pornwall. Allorneyi, Messrs. Cardale, BmxIoii, and Parlby, Uray'i laii, Lobclan; and Mr. William DaVey, jiin. Redruth. wvioesDs. April 28. VV. Fosbery and K. Inglrby, of Liverpnol, mer- cliauis, at eleven, at the (ivO[|te tnn,..Liverpiiiil. May 3. G. Uploii, of Queea-streei, London, oil.merchaul, at ten, al Gnildhall. April 26. W. Hett, of Leeds, York, WuoUlapler, at eleven, at the Cour|.Hott*e, i.eerfs. April 20. T. Hoiilbrnnke, tali of High Holfaorn, Middlesex, linen-ilraper, al ten, al Quildball, London. April      C. A. An^ell, of Car^hattun, Surrey, paper-maker, at twelve, al Gnildhall, London. CERTIFICATES.-Ajtait 25. R. Bill, JHii. of VVolvrhampton, Stafford, carrier..�.Ci Hughes, of Hill. Warwick, victualler.-J. .Slurkey, of Bristol, cheese.factor.-J. Walker, Jun.of Axhridge, Somerset, coui-mon.h(ewer.-^1". Friend and 8. H. Frirml, of Sunderland near the Sea, Durham^ traders.-W. P. Peate, of Newport, Salop, saddler.-J. Yanntl,'of CaiUstf, CwmIn|:^Dd� apir^t. mtnekmat^^.-ySa^a^'uf Woad.�rre�:l, Cbeni^idr, Loixtoi^ bosirr.-C. Chubb, taJF nf PtTvfBea; SoirrTiampton, il-uu. monger.-T.' Cooper, of Kei�nrtt-wharf, Opphr Triainra. street, Lunihm, merrhanl.-yV. Roscue, J. Clarke, aiHl W. S, RuBCoe, of Liverpool, bankers, PARTNERSHfPS DISSOLVED. T. Daniel, J. Daniel, J. Bally, and T. Payne, of London and'Bristol, iron.merchants, so far as respects J. Bally, April 30, 1Bl� -E. Thompson nnd W. J Thnmpsnn, of New Complon-slrcer, Suho, working jewellers, A|iril I, 18-20.- J. Heard and R. Cook, of GotwelLslreel, Middlesex, ealing-honse keepers, March 28, 1820.-J. Wild and F. R. Gowar, of the Old Kent-road, Surrey, surgeons, March 29, 18-JO.- J. .Moll-and J. Hayler, of Princei-street, St. Martio-iu.lhe-Fields, Middlesex, caach-makera, March 25, 1820-T. Bnr-wash, jun. and W. Hambleton, jnn. of Princes-street, Pcr-ceval-slrert, Clerkenwell, Midfllesex. watch-tM-ndaot inaker�, March 31, 1820-H. Williams and W. TrnwarJ, jun. of Piccadilly, chemists, April 4, 1820.-G. Brnunger and G. Apsev, of Houodsditch, Loudon, wholesale slopsellers, April 3, IS20. MAKKETS. [From the "London Jlereantile Price Current," afTuetday, April 4, 1820.] WEST INDIA AND SPANISH MAIN PROD�CE. Tlie CnrreB market was very dull last week, and the few sales made wrre at a further decline from our last quulationa of 2i. lo 3s. per cwt. The Slock of W. 1. Coffee is now 3,023 loos, being 1-27 less than at this time last year, present prices 12s. per cwt. higher. The B. P. SufiAR market has been dull since our last ; but the prices are unaltered, inconsequence of the quantity on show being limited, particularly of good qualities. In Foreign Sugars little has been done, the-niarket being very bare uf both Brazil and Havannah. The Slock of B. P. Sugar is now 439 casks more lhaa last year's at Ihia lime; present prices 9s. per cwl. lower per Gaze/Ze average. The Rum market bas been very quiet; prices, bowever, are steady, and low Leewards are Id. per gallon higher. The present Stock of Uura is 13,765 puncheons, and price of proofs 2s. 4d. per gallon. Stock last year, same dale, 10,814 puncheons,aad price of proofs 3s. per gallon. PiMSMTo brought d �mill advance by public sale last wttk. "tlie Wot(9p .nmrirt ii wUbo^utalirrailoa. ; ..^^ Tba has been iu tieady deinand, and an advanM of |d. to Id. per lb. ou the price* of Ihe late tale'has been generally paid. SOUTH AMERICAN PRODUCE. CoTTOH-There has been little inquiry for Cotton since our last, and prices of moat kinds except East India are about ^d. per lb. lower ; the delivery of East ludia forborne coniumpiion during the last mooth has been larger than usual. The sales made last week wrre as follow : duty paiil 900 bags Pernambiicco, middling lo good I5f d. to ISJd., 20 bag! Carriacou, fine l4fd.; in bond, 20 bags'Uaraoham 15d., 310 bags Brngal, middling lo good 6d. to 6fd., 100 bags Madras, good, 7^. 10 7jd. per lb.: total 1,350 bags. Theimporl during the week was 759 bags V. S., 1,135 bags Prrnambucco, 112 bags Para, 388 bags Demerara and Ber-bice, 110 bagi West India,. and 1,885 bags Sural: total 4,399 bags. BALTIC PRODUCE. The Tallow market has been dull, and the prices are 2s. to 3a. per cwt. lower. - LIVERPOOL REPORT, AtrIL 1, 1820. CoTToU.-The deinand for Cotton noticed in our last con. tinued on Saturday, when nearly 2,000 bags were sold; hut the Urge arrivals this week have urcaaioned a very dull market fur the article, a| a trifling decline in prices. Ou Thursday wa bad rather more inquiry, hot the sales, including those of Saturday, are only 5,100 bags, and consim of 400 Sea Islands, 32^ a S6d.; 2,000 Bowrds, ll^d, a 12jd ; 30 Tenuessees, 11 Id.;300 Orleans, I2d. a 14d ; 600 Pernamt, led. a l�|d.; 400 Bahias, 15d. 15Jd ; 450 Maraiiham^, l&d. a 151d.; 150 Minas Novas 14jd. a I4jd ; 300 Minas Geraes 12d. ;I30 Paras 14 g Demerara, Trinidad, and. Jamaica, of wbicb 350 casks sold without material alteration from our last quotations. For Brazil of good lo fine qua. lily we have anroe inquiry, but few of any descriplion of Foreign are offering. Of 50 puocbeona Demerara Molasses pat up tn anclion, only 20 were takan for thipment al 2Qa, in bond. The Coffee market bas been very flat, and the qaoia. lions of Foreign sorts are quite traminat: a amiiU parcel of good Domingo was tvken early in the week for shipment to Ibe Medilerraoean kt 134*.; and there have been about 100 casks and 400 bag* of B. P. sold at a decline of 2*. a 3*. viz. Dutch triage 107*. a 113*. fair ordinary I32s.a 133a. good lo line ordinary 124*. 6d.B 131*. 6d. middling 133*.; Jamaica fine ordinary 128*. a 130*. middliag 134*. 6d. fiiie iiiiddling 150*. Cocoa, Ginger, add Pimento, bave been wiiboul inquiry. New Carolina Rice ha* again been inquired after for eapurt, but the market is quite bare-for tbe present, the few iinported thi* week out ,^ing yet landtd: #asl India ia ne- bas been in good demand, and the market is laokiog ii|'. Fo&ciatC PROIT.-There ba* been Biarcely any huwue-* done fiitceour l*�l; a pubTic ��Ie wa* l-r. ugbl !ut\>;.rii l-i Wednesday,but ihe.greater part wiis taken in. KsiPlaco SircAtlf.-^There has been �c�rrely any ihir.if done within the last two or three d�y�, r,i ruuifcjuuifr uv' the holidays; V6t Ibe'contracli made have been at ftiH (tr.ce^. Putlteript, Tuetday, April 4, 1820, Fnur a'Ctnck. CiiyyiK.-There was no publfc sale lo-day, and scai-cely aoy buoiness wa* done by 'private contract. The SVQaR market was not open lo-djy, iu ranF�queocr of Ibe Baiter bulidayr. MASSACRE AT CADI/.. For Rumf we have bad a fiiir iuquiry, and about 300 poniiithe#� Oil* at M.^l|lie i^, tlL 90. iluii,l�oU �t in. a 29/. l&s. wbicS baa rather impravrd-,tIse.niip,lFft-Grccalaud li aitady. Rapc il if -ntber lower.  UkMCtd The follnwitijr extract* of letler.i furnish the n>-eeed the �utne evening tn tlie e�laV)lni!iineiil of tli-^ Constitntion of I; e ) > whs |inrkiiin^, ucteil on the Kins^'" anilxirity ; It has been since jiiiived that the Ivii>^'^ !ii<;n'4irt'-In llie  Cnnsiitntioii tvas uctiiully in hi^ |Mi rs-i-. mony of l�yin>{ �Iijv�-i the .-tone ot tl.r cnn-,! iinii'.^, at which time imt li-fs than dD.OOO \.fr>(tn� ui � I raiik.h were collecreil in the Mreel>.    Tn liie Ii.irii. .i,Itoi)iu.   Soon afterward* I heard a nuinbe.r of shots fired, nhit 1 I disregarded Bt first, taking Ihetn tor the uhmA aij^ns of rejoicing,  until a b.sll |iii� ie a� fa^t as gjossible, ami ninny ethera followed my example; but suddenly encouotered a small party of 20 soidin., or thereabouts.   They fired upon n.t, when al!  to. �! still, and taking off my hut called aloud in Spiinis , " May the Kinjr live for ever, and down with tic Cotislitutioii!" Even thisdtd not prevent a cowar^y fellow from running at me with Ins bayonet, wIikji however, I fortunately warded ott" wuli my left arn-. From that moment till 1 got home I coniiuued sii.v-in^outus above, and appealing tu every soldier I met.   One of the two percotis wlio foltnwed my example, in goiii|r up to the troops instead uf running away, wan stabbed through 'he thigh, and hi* cont and money taken from him. This infiimuus bii�ine>a can only be utiributed to Valdes and Gen. Campu-na, the former Governor of Cadiz, ad interim, luc latter commander uf the troops in Cadiz.   During the whole struggle they have been ubuMing the r power without reanon, having at dilferent limes, ainl on mere gunpicion, arrested upwards uf 40 of li.e principal merchants.   It is generally believed tha', tinding their.power gone and their lives at stakt, they urged on the troops, by bribery arid liquor, tu commit the excesses of which I have given but a faint descriptiou. Th^ King's signature lo the Coii-Btitution has been made public this morning in an official manner, but the civil authorities refute tu attend any meeting liU the troops are removed from Cadiz. The public miod is becoming more tranqu-l than for several days past, but still the troops.must be removed from the city before any man catt consider his life as secure. The fatal consequences of th,; 10th have not been confined lo the naliwes cf Cada, but I am told that several foreign Captains lust their lives in the confusion. TheCapiain of the Navagoim received a wound iii the side, and was rnbbeti rf every tinug.   It is tp be hoped the (iifferent Consul* will seek satisfaction for the numbers of their countrymen killed and wounded, and fur the risks to which they have been individually exposed.   Poor John Bull is never  properly represented.    Our Consul, who is bound to be in Cadiz, resides in the country, and consesuenlly we have no oue to stand up for our rights-nChe enclosed proclumalioii was published by  ihe  Ctt^ain-Geiieral on the morning if the day trheii the work of butchery took place; in fact, many were reading it at the time they received tlieir deaths: - " Inhabitants of Cadiz! Ytmr decided will ha* pronounced for tbe.oalbof Ihe poliiicul Couslitulion of the .Spaniah monarchy., ,Thi�. eysnt Iwui caused no tears, n.t produced any of the disorders which rarely Tail lo acconi. pany political cunyiilsipn*. The people of Cadii have given 00 Hiis'ocrkiiiona'nvtv'proaf of their good sense, and of the virtues whiclrfurm'the-basis'df their cbaracltr. But ihe'ex-Iraor.dinary oatorii >nf: Ibe circumstances in. which we are .plscedubltg^|,UB:lo;ak�!ilu;afirres to secure order, and tu preyenl itl.desig^inj; iridpidital^ ftvT, introducing thenion-'Btei-'of "abarcby into llic midat 6f virtuous citizens and true 'loverardf llirir chanli'v:' "tH 'fofmation' of a cuOstilutiouBV inon(ri|>Bt Iwdy rausf b<< ihe 6rst of Ibote measures,- The iudi�iilualBl�fBP.af lbs securn you njoy 1   

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