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   British Press (Newspaper) - April 6, 1820, London, Middlesex                                O.l'ff Number 5403. LONDON, THLiRSpAy. L 6,   1820. THIS EVENIN.G, THURSOAV.: Al'f'l . , Ills "Majesty's Snivaiils will pciform.Sbakspearc's Tra- HAM!.FT. C)nuJili5. Kin? nf Di'UHiink, iMf Powell ; Hnmlct, Iiy n Ci-nriemaii {\us (irsi ajijii iiriirue i)� lite LAniioii bOHids, niul � Tontl (Hi.suy aia^p) i'.jluMius, Mr. Munili-n -, l.arilcs, Mr, r.iKHSiil; Hornlio, Mr.Ihirnhrm ; 0 = ri( k, M r. Penl^y; Fir:t O-avt'-i'ilET, l^'f- Dnwii'ii ; Ghi.sl uf Flamlrrs Fntlier, Mi-. Ri'jic Gerlii!(1p, Qu�n (if Denmark, Mrs. EKerluu ; Oiilie-lis, Miss Ketly.        .      � Afler niirrh, ihe Fjircf i)f THK SLKi'i N(.i DUAUQHT. Dortoi-ViiK^iilo, Mr. I-in^jWe.':; ^'.Trnjrr J^runo, Mr.Gatlie; Popu'.iiio, Mr. Hurley. Sigiiora iVauccsca, Mrs. 3. HiigheB; The Box Offirr will Irenpfii from KVvfii till Five oTIocl: - Plnces to Iii; takin of Mr. Rodurll, i'.nx Rnolc-Kicpfr. Tomorrow, a Trng-f-'Iy, with Of AiP T,"-m'>rrow. On Saturrtny, (he i>|>i'ia of Arlax.rvrs-wilt/; first lime,' a IV.inomimicnl MusitBl Oinrea, cmitleil Sh.ikFpcare vesius iUil�q�ir).      . rn^ATiiB-unrAl. roi'hjKT-niAnoh!\\ TmS EVENING, TI-M-'HSDaV. Ai.nl G. �-illjbeocl.ed (X7{U Imie), n iir�- JJusical Djamii, cailt'i) TMR ANTIQUAUV. Ji>nalhan OIi!b>irk, IVir. Li.sfo;] ;  Dt. .Mrs. Faiirit. Afl'.T wiiifii.      time, a new ?'.in!omioie, cnlird HARLEQUIN AND CIN'OEKELLA; Or. rUE I.ITTI.i; GL.-^.S.S SLlPPr.R. :nce Aletiore (aftt*ru;ir(J-*U.^rJfqiiin), !*,tr r.ii.tr; B.^iou Pf ~;io-!i3i (.-iflciWrtnls l*.u'tali''Miic[i. A f^r:va!e rtiay f)e tnti fur (Jje season, yr nif^lil'y, of J*'  r>rim.-i.>jj. al. the IJiix (.-nire. n^Mi'i-iin and ('iitilti-i 111. or 1'[i<: [.itlle Ghiss Slippvr, V. 'I be rt-pra'cd eiTry rvcninc:. fi-.prriirf, .SlKi1 :3trc'ss-iiilritlje tli'w I*an,*�'ft:iriu*. a.) S'>liirday,  tvantliie, or I'llc KiJiff^r Terhplar. \J:: .Mu::i'ay !hy lu-jvl partictlbr il. ^irt'^.. .'^ini^-^tjt.-areV TrP-!     i'V Pwiimcu and .luliet : f!�n(eo, .Mr. C. Ktmlile^ Juiiit, BouHi, who ie re-cupaecii :u il-.is 'iiiratrc. �i:!:. MATHEW.S  AT HOMK, AT THF. TUF.AiKE '.U)V.>.1^ F.NULlSfi OHf.RA  HOCSIC, .STK.\.\i). F|MiiS  fiVKNlNG. 'niUR:?i).4V, ,'\,.iii 0, and SATliRUAY S, aad on ^]oIIdays, Timrsday^, aij.I S-iliir.lnjs, liuirntj llw inmilli of April, wticii tie uitl h.ivr lii^ iHUHiur of iiiliAjduciiif; iris Friends to liis COXJ;\-'JltV Cttl".>!l?xS. iKurs and i'liccK (o he had of >ir. . )rahalioii, and re-aiiinnioreil wilii thunders of iiVi-'iios*^, will he repeattd every rve:iiii'.j. f^llilS EVEN IN(i, TMUH.SD.W. A|.-il G, ii.     ?nd following Rveiiir.;:�, a CO.MIC PA.NTO.M 1 .MIC r;.\:; i-a-r-t.ii.,', :\ir. Filiiivillia.li. ."tladame Cains, .Miss Taylor-, P.iu. 1.:.'. -Mis. l3o-.-iiJeaiii'etie, ?.3is5 Cupeland. To conclude wiili t*4e popular Comic Melange, called MELO-DWAME MAD! OR, TliF; SIEGE OF TRfJ.Y. .Major Dennis Miwphy, ,^Jr. Adeoek; Wr. Mar Classic, 5!r Grant; ,Mr. tilib, ..Mr. I'itzwilliam. Hr.\es, 4-.-,-Pit, 2s.-(ialliv-y. Is.- Doors op-n al Half-pi>-i F.ve, begin a! H-ilf-pasi Six-Half Fiice al H.(lf-j)a=t L-.-lii. fliices for the Boxes tn be token at the Theatre, from Ten lilt Four-and, fur th�.pccojiimodatiun of Fguiiljes nt liie ttesl entt ol' the '?\rwn, ?Lt-the liureaii de Spectacle, Western �>-.tlian^e, O'.ii Bond-^ti-eet, Un �'\iooday next iviU iic prodiire/) a new Cooiic Tluilella, to he cjlird \\ ido'.v and No Widovv, in ivhich .Mis. Mountain wil appear. ivanhoe and The lIeat-> of..'ilid.Lothian will shortly be rcpruteu, ^'i'S f-^^'^'-- ifi'.-vi-ry iiiiiliiv-ijiiriiMeii l-'.ilMit i":J Portable ilarp, rAUe-l DITAI, HARP.S. conoirnet. r.l upon (piile a iieiv oiiiici)de of aetiiin, nn-l v.-Iiien tirci. t'-uC'j afl tile iiilllia-icy, s\v::e(::ess of lone, .ind entiie efi'eet ol' ll.e Pe.la! Harp, alliionfil not one-third the Pizc ; liny ae-r. iripany ihrvoiee, also the piano.foi te, .<;r. nU!S! ei'anninjj-li, are eery ele^Tiii, and so easy to learn, that (hy liie dl'ec-lons f.iiili'.hed f.ir leauxic) Ladies completely instruct ti einseUfs in a veiv lit! le l i iie.-The ahore inslronient*^ are co;.5tar.tly ready, in hcaiiiiful variety, f*ir the inKotctiofi and e! oice of lite Kohiiiiy, Gentiy, and Polite IMus'^ca! World, a; .Mr. l.UiHT'-S, th.e iiix-niinr and patentee, Ko 8, Foltv-pl-iee. C'a7eiidi�ii-s�]uare. 'f tie p. ices oflhe i)itat Harp" are lei tVtnii 16 to '2U {tiuio-.s, lia.idsomc case iiieiiidt u-, and III. ir weishl on the avera^fe only X4 ]ninilds, whieii rindeis ih- iji -^-j exlrecirly ci-nvenirnt in Iravelliiic atiroad, .^c. N t'.- Ladits who iri^'.y i-hnse to t:;Up. a feiv lessons, sneU eiili.-r r;t .Mr. L.'s ou-n Iroise, or be attended at l.otn'--, the F'iino-forle, Sinijinjr, and the u hole Ttn-orv of iMiisic, tikewixc 7oii:hi. R. HAYDON'8 PICTURE f CHRIST'S _ TfiiUMPHANT ENTKY INTO .IF.RUSALpnj, which Iia* been six years in hand, \\\ LI. OPi:N for liXH I-BlTlON on MONDAY NEXr, the 27ih iiislaiit, with all hi*other Pietnre.s,aiid his Siiidiesfroni Naliiecand the F.lgirt Maiblcs in Chillt, at EuHoek's Greai ll-ioin, Piieadilly,-op Hairs to 4he eight, at T�rlve o"Clork. - Admiilaiu-e Is. Calflhijrue 6d. ."fi. And as he u-eiil, (hey spread their chdlies in the way. 17. And uhen he was come i.i(;h, even onto the descent of the .Moitn'l of Olii-es, the n hole inn II il i) ile of the IJisrijiles beffan to rejoice, and to praice Gmi ivuli a loud Volte, for all the minhty.jvorks ih-al they had 'i-en; 38. Sayiiiz'.^^'h-s.'.-ed be the 'Krr)TJ-._�!:ai cnmeih in (he name of the Lord,"peace in heaven and slaey in the biehest. . ST. PATKICK'S CHAKITV .SCHOOL'S, BENKiAISR STrttEY, ST   GILt.S'S, .\NH t) l-V\N-STaFKt, SOUO ; A-ND ASYLUM FOIl F EW AI .F. OP.PH A^S, CHURCH ROW, lIA:Bl'8Tt:.'.n. iN S[:NI)AV  .\EXi, Anil 9   1820, heiriir LOW .st'iV.DAY,  A CHAfilTY SERMON, in Aid I CI. j of (he alujve lioilituiions, will be*-pveaebe , Redtordisfjiiare ; A. R. I  lllake. Esq.  No. 22, Gower-siri cl. Treasurer;  .1   Kelly, I  i\"o. 4;^. rii-et-Siiret, and .LCtiel-y.     9^ TotteuHain-coiii-i-! 11.ail, Seielap.s; and by Messrs. Kratiii^ and Brown, 38, Duke-street, Gre.sieiior-squaie. The Annual Dinner will take nl.-ice on Monday, (he 29lh of Maj, LS-3il, at ihe Freem isons' Tavein, Great CJueen-strret. i:,s Uoval Highness the Duke of Sussex in the Chair. \V .'^.STEPvN Dl SP ESP, A IIV. CHARLESSrilEET, WESTMINSTER. I .4   QU-\!tri'key GEN!'ral mi-ETINGI l\   of il.e GOVERNOllS  of  this CHARITY will he I hel.f at the Disi.ensa.y un   TnURSDAY  NEXT, the 6ih instant, al Ei^Ki .j'Cluik in the F.vei-inir precis; Iv. WM. l.lNDE.VlAN.Sttretary. L'ppcr Cro-.Tii ilrri-t.   ^V. siinioster, A;.Til      lS-20. BAST INDIA DQCK,MORSE, LosWsvAWtvl, I8:0. THE COriRT of DlKB((rrt)KS of Ihe Ea.ST 1N4)IA  dock COMPAN* do.lfTcbii cii-:e A'of/Cf, , . Thai a C;EN'f-:l{A L M'EEING of (he J'R'or'SJErOnS of th. saul CO.MPiA.NV Will be held �< iWjr'House, in St. Helen'n-plure, !5isllop^!^ in .-"Irret, on FIJIMAY .J< EXT, (he 7ih iAsiaijI, at Twelve ,Cio.-k, for the piir)iii�e  f ron.siOci--ioR .,f a DlVIDKND on the CAPITAL STUCK of the Company, for the Half-year e�dinsa|.l.,aily-daj. By Order oflhe Court, .lOHNFARTl'AN, Secretary. N.B.-The Chair will be lukeii at Ouc o'clock precisely. --^---^--: -.- ROYAL EXCiUNGE ASSURANCE OFFICE,   ' �stablished by i{,>ynl Charter in Ihe'Reigii of KinK George the First.   . Mabch. IS^O. B^ERSONS -ivliiise'Aiiouiil PrtTTiiiiiii- fill due eiii the Cjlh instant, (irfi hertby informed, that Recciptg Bce now leady to he dcl'ivereiLAt the Conipany's Offices, over the iioyai lixchao^e aij.f in P.ilt ,%J.ill, a9 'well -as by their rc8|>ectiVe Acents in Ibfc sev*-T'! Cvtivl)^^ nnti the Parties -Aitsni-ed are rct^-aepled ,1u npiM&'v &ir..3j?^^^l^-VVa1 of their Policies, on or hefore >lie qfAppif i^f^'hK, Ihe- iisaiU Fiflecii D.iys alhnvv'I for Payaienl, bey(>'-;0.-.....    40.000 'i'wo...............K),(.iOO......    'iO.OoO wi.:. fee. cV';. forn'iiu' ill Moijfv and Consols JO-.' CAPCi'AL P!irZI-.S. i � Every Ticket and Share niiw pnrehafed will hai-e a chance fur .M,L ihe c.i|iii.i!s in [he I.utleiy, whether draw o the first tl.-iv or oil anv o! lirr d;iv. Tieke's and Shares are Fellinsr nt flAZ.ARD and C.a.'s Offices. Koyai Excl!ans;e.|Tate; -20, Cornhili ; and 3-J.4, 0  rails il) niil be M;:i.'r'TUi:srAV, vf lUl^ MnmU (.4priO, wbicb (l:^v (�f>.00t>I. Miiiiey will he wli hdiriwn frcni liie .Scbrnic, hy ti^riuiiii; liif 2.0;i0 i'rizrs ot' ^iOl. N'U nny oibtr i*iiz nnrtciH any I2liin,\-s be (fraicn ihat day ; hwt � vf-ry oue of llinr-e "^jCKi Tu !ci�'s w iU ni/am have n chance, just itP if th�'y DC) hcen dfUHi), ttotivilhsiandlng thejf xcill each be cntilUU to the '^01. TiOkrts ami i^Iiaics avc �n-.v on Sile nt Bl^^H's OiTic/'b, 4. Ccrnhil-l^ nuJ 0, Chai-ine-cio^s ; n-hcre Nt,t. 2.Hi'7, a Prise or TVvr^NTV THOUSAND MONKY, iu tlie Lolti'iy j'ls! f'lui-livd, "a.s .sulil ):i Shines. ACTDUrATTT) i:s.Si:NCE OP AXCHUViES. ' rsiiiii OH,:.(l-tl Ibis Nriv SACCE 1ms M    rxperinnrefi JnriMt^ t be .--lntrt period it h-js b'"n b'-furs r. LA2l"XtJV in�(! yi'J :< rc^ pTihiMy iiiu.rm itu- Nubiliiy ttui) (jputiy., tbc ()i-i^it::\l Artuip i^. ;n- r, l.ttii.I.iii, :ii!i!'23, Piirha-ni'f.t.^lipcr,   Duitlin :   iltc   iibct  of viuU  UottiC   fcii:iicJ N.B. Pri'tn  :is     . F*'-M(r^!('m llie A,ciil Anchovy -J* \vf H     ;ilt J.  --i-: � :  li It, clmin a deciJcd preffrcr.f.e lilt (At^ilvui: : �� iir:iiile(l l!i kft-jj m any cli:nattf, ttiJ dor;-. lit.'". luruMM.i ..!    brii u;*eii d ht-.ol-'lv he, and i:t coun'rraclinfcr llie effects of uvrih.itid, rioje.or infected air. t-ontinues to be prepared, i.i tiie jreMent iierfiction.-by Slessrs. 'i'HOS. ond UAL . ilENflY. MANL'FACMUaNG CHEMISTS, MANCIttN. TLR It i� sold in London, �iiolesale and retail, hy Messis. BAYLEV 9Md KLK^V,' rtdier� avecoming," Whereiipoii a number ofjjeople pulled oiit their pi.ke.liea(l9, anil iln>ny of llieni tixed tlieiii in Ib� poles. He saw dixly iier�ons pull out their pikes;, but only eig-liliur tsii Hi; tlirni. He stisu si^w liveuty other persona  -iit  . slinuld puss any i;agj;ing bills  the reformers should rise and meet oil one d.i^."   He said if they tlid not " he should call them Ihe grealeal Hlavesinpon earth." Cruss-exaniiiieil by iMi-. Coi.TMA.i-He stated that be h.id ai.plied lo difl'erent pi ople to purchase pikeV^fi-r the Burnley meeting. He adinirled that he had a pist^il. which i be had shownlo din'>-rru( persons, and had boast, d that he , was wflt armed ; and would not sivcar that he had not d-d , the Governinrni, aitdwinhed the liefoiiuers'w-ere.all aa well \ armed as he was ; WiiliaiB Wilson said lhal, hc,5vaB a reed-maker, and lived  ' at Burnley ; and after slating the circumstaiicrs ileiailei' by ; t4ie Ja>l. wfljiej;9. be went en lo give a more delailed ucroniil -of Knight's speech, and rt-preseiifW hira To ha-ve-said, Ihat-'j if 'he Manchester Magtalrates were not hronehl lo jnstice, (here was an end of all gootl government,, and the people had a ri;hl to destroy such a govuit il�-(., 10 he bound   ivah iheni  fiy r* li'^n.? im-t-, f..r iiu-ii a|.!/e'JC-anee at Uie next-ueiieral S si,ili of A -i? a, :i> be iu-ld it, Liiu-as.tcr af�*resaid, in :iiiil for Hie s;;id cou'.ly, lo aiieu.-r Ibe haid eli-rge, liavtt.ifcfosed, and.do. now |-;,funv, (o ' sorb surt-lii-s- Tluse are, therefwe, in his Miije'ily'a loiine. lo require-and'(-oi:iiMitiid  \*h!, ihe s-jul ct.imt.il.ti     iiiiiwiiii lo con-vi-yllies-od partii-s ciiaraed to i he sa i .1-Cnsl le of L:tiieasi:r, ami Ihi 111 ;h. ri- siitely deliver i ' tin- g i"!. r lin ii iJ; ami yoii 11 '.- :.aid ^..oleiS aie hen tiv nqnoril ::i:l1 ci.oinii'.nileii io re-C'ivolhi sii'l parlies cluirg.id Itilii yi:il-.f >:ii'! giol. audlhem ihrie >afily beep, nnlil tii^y bball ti.i'l -i..-li ^nu ties -.14 af-o-esa-ld, iM- be jiliierwis:e dil^cliai ri'� 1 y il'.ie iiunse of 1 i w . Meiciti fill nut. Giveti umlir l.an.t-* ;i i.i seals liieluibo-/ of Decemhir, 1813. U. WRIGH T, L.S. -   .    'IRAl 1-(>!:.U -KiAFFOUD, L.3, ^ J. NOKl:;.--, I'.S. Howard lo be bound In 300/   and lno s-areliee in eacli. Ail ihe other prisoners to ba hiiond in 200'/. and lo Cud twu tureliea in 100/. carli. Did not terminate till 'i'liii--it.iv eve liocj. T'm followiiiiT ciUiSt-s Were il!s|io-e;l nt, in ndJilion lu ieii wlmli       HunoiiuLV-d I'A'l >-.t-ek: - GEORGE sViirT c OKon-jr. mi:,o.a.y. ,".-�. An action of tre.spass for cuttiii1 lie ro;n s bj- irhich Ihi' Plaintiff's vessel, called the D.ilpbu:. v.as nio'Oid to U.f.ird-quay, and ill,- loss consrqiii-ul iy �^uEi-iin^d \>\ liu- ineii bilinj pievtnled ("mm working, ^c. Tiie ;ii i.. .1 Ju.iie. iiuei hearing llieopeiiiug speech of .Mr. Si ij. a:il Fiei e. tin- Pia.n lid's Couil-^el, said, thai he found lliii- i-a-jsi- involved a gr'-:it deiil of ii:.iilical - mailer, and had ri-lalhin lo :.*ie lor.tl ct-:-Icnis and rigliia uf the purl of Orluril, luiil h-* llu-retore wii. of opinion lhal .became oiighl to b.- rt I'l i-i .d. Io !-o;i;e p;-rsui., who should proceed thtltii r, exanii'ic v/ilnti-pes on Iheapot^ anil make an aw-aid; and also t'i::ni^: i:i:c-ii rMiea am) regiil:-i-li oils as may prevent a I'll I tire n cm i-.nrf- of sum In r dl^plBIe.'. To this the partita coiiseoicd; iiml i'ii LoriKIiip dii-M-te'l the Jury to find a verdict for the PI iiijtiH' lo the aniounl tf 1,'100/. the damages laid iu t he dn-Lii a i ion, siil.j'.ct to the a-.vard of the referee. Mr. lloil'e, one of Il.e Cuuiiaei present, was appointed. F.Aiii-WE.iTntiFi r. vr.^vAntii. This action, which was -ihe very unusual one of u vtrit ot right, having be�-ii repeatedly aOjv.miied, was m len^ili dv. cided, the parlies coiisenliHi; to wi.iie all oojr-ctioni lo li.e iiini-atlcud.iiiee of the lour s-.vorn liiMgiiis, audah-ouf ih-full Grand Assiae, of whom live oni) ntlindfeil, and s-.-.e.i fiioie were taken from ilie persons -.vim had consiiiultii ib:: Jury ill the other causes. The deHiandaot soiit^iil tore, covi r a sniill lioUfe and buleber's slmii in Deheniiam, wiiich the tenant (Drf'eiidaiil) had been in pinsi-s-i,.ii of for upwardj of 40 years, which length of lime took away ilie usual menii% by-eji-clmeiit. The Couns'l fur t!::: Icpajit pi-'idaced Ihe -orisnial will of Ihc ff."ai:df,athcr tif Ihe PlainliJ/', maiie i:i 17G2, by which be devised the premies to bii wit'e for lif'-, -aiidaftir her decease lobe divii-Ieil belwceo hi-i four c.Hi...-di-eu. The eldest and second died in their mother's li.'* tune, the former leaving a son. A I ifie death of the morn e the premises were sul;l to one of iln- ten.inl's at-c-stois, but the executors being dead, the convevanrp of a rnoitiy u-s% taken fioni the third son. Ou the pavi of the deinaii.ii-.ir. it was contended, that the legal estate did nol p-ar? 'Sy lbs conveyance, but remained lu the hi-ir at law of tue iej. lalur. The Learned.It'DCE expressed bis opinion, that the vv'..f;^i of tin.- will gave the estate iu joir.l leiiaucy to the cjv.ldr. n . oflhe leslalor, and that, therefore, he wamlecuk-dly -(.if op} r.ioii, lhal the demaiidtiiil had no: she-.-.u a belter lillc tu |U�: prciiiisea than the len'aul-Verdict for the lenaut. The seventeen following Prisoners received aentence yf death;- John Wales, for an assault and rape upon Mary Lambert, in ihe parish of .Marv .Sloke, fpswirh. It .appeared ihat ou Die ISlh of February, al about ha!!'pa�t leo a; iii5ht, tl.r Prosecutrix, an interesting looking t'ltjial.-, who had been married nine years, was rei^irning i6 Mr.Sttv.-ard's, of Stoke pKrk,where .she lived as niirseinaiil, i'.-:.'i7.� drinking lea wiih �* lady's servants in Ipswich, ill eoiii|>any wil.'i t lie Prisoiiei, who was foolmau in Mr. Steward's faiiMly, when he thiewhi^r down, and perpetrated the crime with u-hicb fie was charged, in spile of the resistance she made lilWshe fainted f.-oni ra hau-lion. Ou arrivingal lintne she re hited t be ciicuicsuinei-to her fellow.servant, w-ho cfitrnhiirnWiS her cviiicnce iji Court, and ihc Jury found the I'rHouer GuiL'y. James King, for a bnrglary in ilie bouse of John Elmer, if Boxford, and stealing eiyht 5/. notes, ico \l. noO-s, a siivr lea-spoon, a pair of silver sliulr, t^ic ; James Thoiopsoo, f stealing ;i black gelding, the iiiopcrty uf JabiS: \Vliiiams, i.; .MildeiihRll; J. Flack, for bn-aking intothe liotisc of J.jiiii Reemaii, ol' Little XVheir.eth:iin, in the day-iirae,and aUiiiii--: a silvf r walili, fee.; Juliii F.^sl audJ-ihn A-.ir,!in, for rubbin" S.iinuel SaiiMini, of rnrkfiel.l, ou the li!!;hK;.j, and crio I .-treating him; John Bennet, f.ir a fi-.irglary . ii the house i.; John Pearson, of Horoln^slieath, and sie.vliil-.; a piece ol cot toil prim and oilit-r uriicles ; Eliiabeib Hnrr:ild, fur a boi;;-lary iu the house of John Newell, beinp i}ie=ig-.l of the Jinl:, in Buiv, and stealing suine linen, &c ;   Isa.-ic and J-ih i ^VordU-y,  fur sitaling  a  sheep !"rom  a close in Gh-i.'! � ford, the properly of David Ling; Susao Buru>u, for ait.ai ing a lamb, the pioperlyof Mr William Hupkin�,of Uougi; aiii; T. Horn, for a burglary in the house of .lob Kohiii.son,' of   Bungay; J.ames Plonih, fur breaking into the tio-;-^i of Sarah   Coney,   of   F.asl   Bergli"'!,   and  stealiiij    s: � pair of stockiiiR-', IJS y-o      of pri �', and other :iiii;-l.-i . iMaUiiew- Neweil, an arc.noM'ire iu the above off-ore -. ."' jiiiijii Biinii, for breaking inio the house of 'he Ri v. C Co. licr, of W�nhastoii, and siealiiijj inoui-y, �e ; Wni. i ..i man and Win. Calver, nccodipbcps io the same ulfeiH-,-.- All the above tonyicis were'repriwed, exei pi Wales and Buiiii, who are lelt for ixeriition at Spsivlch. Joseph Bunipstead, for slcijling a quantily of rye from lliebain uf James Giltns, of B.rtou Parva ; J homan .Simll., for bieaking open the shop of Juhu Wilson, al Lldgate, a:..l stealing a cheese, some linen, &.C.; G. Cross, Cleuige Gi."'-win, and George Slurgroii, fur eniering .Sapislun wood, tjt. longing lu the Duke of Oraftnu, arifttd with blud^eoy , with intent to aid O'.h'-rs unknown io deslrojinj* gaiiVi-, Jdbii Norton, and 'iVtn. fiLanhy. convicltd on variuu* ch�>pe-; of robbery at .Mellinglmm, tiiirobitrgh, j iianiurl I^eL lei-, Wm. Jackson, and .Wm. Summons, the twei foriner foi uKef-ipg, nod UiC latleg Aif iia,yii�g ill hi� lipis^Bufbu Jiuigvil   

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