British Press, April 10, 1820

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British Press (Newspaper) - April 10, 1820, London, Middlesex Number 6411. LON0p_N.-l^|aiV,�yA 10, 1820. rH/iATHK ltnYAt.,i DRVnY.hAVti. - nilS EVENING, ^fON WAY. April 10, Iiii Majealy'sServants Will' perfurm the CuBiedJr-bf Wll.D OATS; OR, THE STi!()hT;TjJO �B!VTLEWE*ir. SirCcnrei- Tliuuilcr, Mr. O'm-loii-, llnvi-r, Mr.En�tnh; Karry TliuiKlcr, Mr IVi.l^; Ijiiitis, ^r. Powell ;Jc.b> yory, Mr. Gallie; l"*rui�rCisiTftmmi, Mr". Mrreifilli; Cainjj,, Mr. Keelcy; Epliraini Siruiiiliv Mr. MirAilfn'; SRn, Mr. Kiiisht. Lady Amaranth, Mis. W. W�il j Art^fa, JWii. Kiiijflit; Jane, Mrs. Or^er. . / . After which, second time, a Brnad racpic'a\ ?antbmiioical Drama, ill tWo acts, eniilleil � SHAKSPEARE VKliSUS tll^^QUfN, Harlequin, Mr. H.yfey ; Corporal ftiigqpe,.JVf*-,.i)uw?^S GasciMiade, Mr. Galfie; Joe'Si>i|>, Hrl Muiwlpoij 4bi�^�!li|, Mr. Balkr. MrgT Snip, Mrs. flSrUW^mml^.^Oi^ Kiu dame VeslrU; Sukey Cftitlerliij, �ItsiiTO*|?^.V Vi^^ ' ' " The Bux.Officcwill be open fr�m;�leWsi*iUvtfer�'�5rr*DAVj April lo; will be acted S^kqjteWe'stTcaetdj'oT Prince Escaliu, Mr. Clarcmont; Paris, Jlr. Comer ; Man. la.^ue, Mr. Cbapman; Capulet, Sir. Eeerlon; .Kuineo, Mr. C. Kcrable; Mercutio, Mr. Jones; Tybalt, Mr, Connor; {ViHV Laurence, Mr. Terry. Lady Capulet, M^s. Yates; Nurse, Mrs. Davenport; Juliet, Miss S. Couth (*hd is reengaged nt this Theatre). After which, 7lh time, a new Pantomime, called FIAKLEQUIN AND CINDERELLA; Or, THE LITTLE GLASS SLIPPER. Prince Alrdore (afterwards Harlequin), Mr. E|lar; Baron Ponipii-iiHi (afterwards Pantaloon), Mr. Barnes; the Bareness Pjmposiiii (afterwards Clown), Mr. Griinaldi; Pc-iliii^'i Lou|uin anil CiuderelUi, or The Little Glass Slipper, will t)e repeated ecery evening. 'I'u-nmrrow, The Antiquary. On Wednesday, Ivanlme, or The Knieht Templar. MH. .MATHEWS AT HO.ME, AT THE THE.ATKfe P.OVAL ENGLISH OPERA HOUSE, STRANU. rg^HiS EVENING, MONDAY, April 10. .S- and on Mondays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, during the iMonlh of April, when he will l\ave the honour of iu-liwlnfinir bis Friends to his COUNTRY COUSINS. , Boxes and Places to he had of Mr. Stevenson, at the Siranil Eulrance, and at Fearman's Library, 170, Bund-street. First appearance of Monsieur FENZEL, an extraordi. nary Equestrian from Vienna and Pnris, who performs various tnrprising Fcals on a Single Hoi-se, without saddle or bridle. ROYAL AMPHITHEATRE, A.STLEY'S, WF.STMINSTER-CRI UGE. rrVIIS PRESENT EVENING, MON- a. DAY, April 10, and during the Week, at Half-past Six o'clock precisely, the Evening's Entertainments will cumineure with an entirely uew iulerestiug splendid Gques-ttiau .Mclo-diaraa, called XAIA OF CHINA; OR, THE FATAL FLOODGATE. X�ia(tlie Fisherman's Wife), Mrs. Aslley. .4 New Soim by Mr. Slnman ; likewise extraordinary Rope Danciiit: by Nionsieur Loii�uemar, from Paris*.-The, Troop of Volliucurs and Tumblers will go through their surprising Evolutions. 'i'lie whole to conclude with an entirely New Comic Pan. lomrme, commencing with a Ballet uf Action, founded on i'liaX part of the Heathen Mythology which treats of the L'jve of Jupiter and lo, called , HUNDRED EVES; OR, HARLEQUIN AND ARGUS. BoxcE,'4s-Pit, 2s.-Gallery, Is.- Doors open at Half-p-^i Ftve, begin at H'^iif past Six.-Second price Half-past l-..2\lt. I'laces to he taken of Mr. Kinloch, at the Theatre, from Ten till Fuiir o'Chiek. SADLER'S WELLS THEATRE. N' conj-eqiieuce of llie iiicreasinf; nitmrtiorr nf the present performances, the MONASTERY is !'tfurti, his first nppeaiauce this season. Box, 4s.-Pit, 2s.-Gallery, Is. Tickets for llie season, mil. transferable, four guineas. Ifi-ires for the B.ixes niuy be taken of Mr. Stuck, at the Tlienire Bo."C.office, every day, fnim Ten till Four o'clock. Doors open at Half-pant Five, and performance begins at Half-past Six. RITISH PLATE GLASS COVIPANV, Eslablished bv Act of Parliament, 1773. ibe Trade and the I'ublie ure rei.pir Wiiitiows," Sky,-, lights, Coaches; SKip-sasU^ VAx\ihjpp�ta *\S\ i4ivmi>^ii;iiuj,i]r,ei| ^y tjp�.eiiiteavqurn vf:l^ei feeird*'of Sir. Alderman >Vo6d to place, hiqi at, the Head\ or-lhe Ptfll, ^ . ' The gub-Committpe tdr *^ lay hcfurc llieiii the f-illuwiiti;; Sfatemeot of the Plumper, Voles f-vr all the CatHlDlatea: For Sir William Curii.........l�8 Mr. Alderman Waittimau........ 123 The (.Ofd Mayor ..... hi Mr. Alilermaii Thorp............ 31 ' ' Mr.Wiiiou ..... 29 ' . , Alderman Wiiod.i....^^....... 9 Signed bv Ori^f-r, ^ , JOSEPli YALLOVVLEViChairman. . -AptiJ S, 1820. . , , r THB..E?JytBITl0.m..;f,|li,. WOKKS of MO&KftN' AR'hST.S, riiirt, ^^v parlirular desii-e, CONTiiSUe UPFJNiltl ^ATPffDAY,-llie 15th insl. ., . (By,Order) 4, , .....   gB>||f} VoOP(e, keeper. Admisaion Is.-G^l^ague Is. - JDINN'ER TO ALDERMAN VVAlTH.\tAN. r|r^^E LIVERY OF LONDON, friemlii � 4. � FrceiotSi, deiiroiis of CKprensing" their-sense of l>>e .Pri^iji|eajiMMHC he.il FtJeiiil", .J_  the Public, that the advanlagcs of the 40,000/, aiided by Government to the Prizes, and the 60,000/. said lo be for earlv Purchasers, terminates To-morrow, for at 'I'WELVE O'CLOCK TO-MORROW 60,000/. Money will be withilrawn from the Scheme, by de. ciding all the 2,000 PrizesofSO/. consequently any Person that intends to adventure before thje 27lh iustaul lias an advantage ill niAkingbis purcha.ses TW\% DAY, or TO-MORR(t^V before Twelve o'Clock, A.M. 4,* Purchasers at Bl.SH'S Offices have itvery advanta?e of ?he Scheme, allhimgh. BISU IS NOT THE CON-TRACTOR. Tickets and Shares are Selling at BISH's Offices, 4, Corn-hill, and 0, ChariHig-cruss; aud by his Agents in the Couuiry. Explanatory Schemes gratis. Bill! J. SlVEWRIGHT feel it iiicuiiibent on them to slate, that every advantage which may belong to Ibe |>icseiit Lottery is as fully secured to purchasers at their Offices, 37, CORNHILL, 11, HOLBORN, 38, HAY.MARKET, 141, OXFORD-STREET, as at any other, wheiher Contractors or not. The sum of 40,000/. is udded by Government to the usual amount ut Priie Muney, and is not thegiff u! the Coiitructois, or any particular Office, as has been erroneously vupponed, TO-MORROW, the llih APRIL 60,W/. will be drawn. In 2,000 Prizes of 30/. each; it is therefuW the interest uf all who wish to adventure, to do Eo ir^ar� thai day, as afletwardt when the drawrrg really begius (27th April) the* will have the same chance foi the 102 CAPITAL PRIZES, which include FOUil..........Prizes of..........�30,000 TWt>..........Prizes of..........�20.000 TWO.........Priz.sof..........�10,000 CousoIf, at if they had not already been drawn Prizes of 30/. eai-b. J. and J. SlVEWRIGHT are happy to acknowledge ihc great public Patronage shewn their Contract jiist conclude,], ill which No. 1,656, 20,000/, and 12 other Capitals, were Shared by them, and with the remaining Capitals, &c. were distributed in most towns of the United Ikiugdom. HAZARD AND CO. CONTRACTORS. je80,000 TO-MORROW. ALL AiJveotiirers in this LOTTERY who Purchase fie/br� TO-MORROW, wilj have a. de-rided advantage uver any, former Lottery whatever; for on thai day they niiay not only gain 30/. for .a Ticket now bought, and in proporlion for every Share, without the pbssi. bility of losing, but will afterwards hav� Ibe full cba'ucie' for the , , , , FOB ft..... Prizes of..�30,000......fiiaO.OpO I'wo...........,...20,000...... 4P,009 TU'tj........10.000...... i(f,(Sio Sic. &c. &c. forming in iMoney and Coti'solt 102 CAPITAL PRIZES. � Dverj^ "Ticket iiDd'Shai'e now purchased'wTII liiive a'chaiicc for ALI^ the CaplMlvin tlie Lottery, whether drawntheiirtt dny r an any ufUerdvy. 1 Tiad 3W� Ojt^, fiinl-iJirerl, wliere; in the last Lbllerj^ Coplntrizci or3tf,000r.' in a rcc^t Lottery. / Whipi,.ajiij S^iin,\vfnt4$ nadr. Hayroa^rke^, :t[ptpret'; $^mple. lint ties, 10s, 61I, .A^-iMt^ .�4s Cd.,-Old Port, .-J^. p-i.-f ios^Si Vfeirii,' iK. 9d '&c. *cc. itc; ' The' il^t l�oitk'qiTalVliie� of Wtifies alibi iir tiiirl^-r of Forei(ni ,1iui(f'� Theatre Colon-l^i^i. th^.Ni>*iilityi/ul it Ilie^^Aurminj; ifoltji, ^VlPAGN'gS, iparkliiig very-fifSI Qfiialiiies-^ 'l|)te>t, J|i,',additibiuii' Prize Moni>jf;^beoitntCement lu early Purchasers,. T(ie 2.p0t�, TtckeJU'gJi.-beJdecidral lllU�f Ayril, eiiiilled lu 3IU. vtt;jf^iiy mtfii&ifi(e^if4lev,cr, Pri.ze ihey iiiay,' lie-iAa Capi'tai Prize�j ^^wljiiJinff Four of 30,000/. TwiVof �>,00. F.R5. &c. published from Ihe original MsS, l.y, his Grandson WILLIAM TEMPLE FRANKLIN," foq. Vols. 1 and 2'canlnin the Life. - 3 and 4-�- the Privnie CotrcspoodCnce. - 5 and 6 , Select and Posthumous works. . .4ny of the volumes may be bad sepay-ately  and the Public are advised to complete their selswilhoiit delay. I^riiited for Henry Co'lburu and Co. Conduil-slreet. This day is published, the Second �ditiuh, in 2 vols. 8vo. 21s. . : : RAVELS in EGYPr, SYRIA, CYPJIUS, the MUREA, GREECE, ITALY, &c.&c. in a .Series of Lell'M-s, inteisjiersed with numerous Aiiecdotes, of dis-lingnialied Persons, b^ JOfJN BRAMSt^,..Es.q. "'These sketclies have all the freshness of reality about them, and will be found to contain much interesting and useful iiifojinatinu, particularly, lu llio>e, who may have it in their power !�> follow the author in Ilia iiiterrstiug route: Performed in Cum pan y with Ihe ehli-st sou uf Sir John Maxwell, the auilio^- posssssed the (idvaiitage of the h^st intru-duclioiis, anil Inliy availing himself f>[ llie>ii,.he lia^ described the fashionable circles^ tif Vieitiiir, .Roihei NapleSj and other Cities, with great vivac'riy. and rlTect, His account of the iVfaiiiottes, their modeg of living, ^c. isfullof curious fiicts, wliich have' not come., wilbta the observation o'f any oilier iraveller." Printed for Henry Colhurn and Co. Conduit-street. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY SIR. EVANS, , At his House, No, 96, Pall-mall, THIS VAY, MONDAY, April lO, and Eight following days (Suttdiiy ex-, cepled), , , n|tHE Vatoable LIBRARY, of THOMAS X JAMES MATHIASi Esq;jiiclvdjni; Bifcli'j; Illus-li-iiius Heads, large piiper; Macilliu's iBilne,''^ vols ; Bijy-. dell's Sliakspeare,-9 vols. a|id Ibe lafjie Plates;. .Slephaui Thesaurus Giufcus cum Glossario, &c. 7 ,voJ�.; Piraoeai Autichite Ruiiiaiie, 4 vols.; Piranesi,.'Virdiile di Roma, 2 Vols.; Meinoires de I'Academie deS'1n�criplioas,4S vols ; Sjutiie's Jamaica, 2 vols.; Tacitus Brulierii, 4 vuls.;, Prois-sart and Aloustrelel's 'Chronicles, by Juliues, 10 vols,; Oratores Graeci a Reiske,12 vols ; Annual Roister, 51 vols,; L.irdiier's Wurki., 11 vols.; Uibdiu's (Vbliulhitca i^pence-riaiia,4 vols. Sec. &c. nnHE. ESSENCE of PEAHL and PEARL Jl. DENTIFRICE, invenleij by the lat? Jacob Hemel, Denti,st to, Ihe Royal Family, have beeii proved by long ex-pl^rieD'cc togicatly ieyceli both iii eli^aiice aiitf efficacy, every other preparatiou for Ibe Teeth-jflid Goths; iHejref-re siich as are d'e-eayed front bccoining Wo'rse. They lik^w'tK rt'hdrr the breath delicately, sweet, prevent llie Toolli-Acbr, perfectly' eui^e.lhe ^rurvjt.iMheji;;uHiSvan4'>ii'ke4Jiien�i;hiW:Grai nud . BENEVOLENT .SOCIETY OF ST. PATRICK. AT H :VK)NTM|jY'\JEEriNG of i"i.VCO\T-MlTTfeE of this iNSlITUTION, held at the Virginia Cuffet--liuine, Cornbill, on Salurday, the Isl of April iustaul (1820), THOMAS BAINBRIIXIE, R�q. Treasurer, in ibe Chair, It was unauiniuusly Resolved, That ill ciMiNequenre of a diimestic affliction ^in the family Of the Kigtil Hoiio'nrahlp'President for the present year, the ANNIVERSARY FRSTITAL be FURTHER PO.STPON-EU nniilSArURDA-Y tht-eth of the next Milnth (May), im ^Itich. day le ceh brntiun;.wUl luktr place at the Cily uf Lyndiin.Tave.iu ; all pvliculars of which will be duly poU-lished iu future advertisemeiiti^., By Older; J. C. MiCHiELL, Secretary. 18, Queni.square, Blonfnsbiiry.' eiTAY.S REMOVAL.--ROBINSON and �^ VI.STIRIN, removed to N�. 7, YORK STREET, Co-vent-garden, present far Ladies' i�t!|)e,^iiOi4 nuoierous Pat. terns m DRliSS and W'ASH I SO CORSETS, acicntitically adapted In the variations of fi;iMre, whieji they engage (p fit 'witb jtrtxisinn, elegaiiy wluqii f^ijey make. LOclieS; appear straight, without any perniciuu* slOSM" K^!^"*^^' Their *faiWtrFr�feh^^eHs twliire iirimfe�^;�si*fe riiiemeni, give comfortable siippiirt after acroncbenient, are efficacious in umbilical cases, and superior to loug Stays iu all rases of abdoniijial weakness or enlargement., Stays and Braces suiiable for children__Country Ladies instructed by letter to iruiismi'l measures. DISTURBANCES AT GLASGOW. TeMb. None art fenutoe but wfeit llav�> Ihe isords, " J. Hem*!, Bayley aoil Blewf Cockspufi^itrert,!' engraved ftwtiiitliiB Ink S^fol* andsfaliuoul of Lace and laiieti. The gembliie is ��rnt^ � >V. Bayley^uh'lh^ Box and Wrapper, iywihi, 8CaUBtN^ ahoqt. The rumours of the alliance between the Jacobites and the Radicals, and of the alinwunce of a franc atid a half a day, and perhaps the hope of i-h>iriii-e dour they placet! sentinels till they searclied the house. Mr. Heiicterson's servant matt left Iris work in the barn, and whs going into the kilclien, wlien one of ihe sentinels held a blunderbuss to his bosom, and the other two held pistols lo his heaii, and kept liun out. After a painful search, they discovered Rlr. Henderson's fowling-piece and carried it off likewise, with a promise that they would return it in four or five duj s. Mrs. Hetidersiin describes the party as  u set of vile iil-far'd fallowj.' " Yesterday, about lotir o'clock, a bill-sticker at Paisley went nut, acciiiiipaiiied by a police-o+icer, to post up a Sheriff's Proclamation ; being twice driven awa\', be procured two file of the vetwran corps; but the popttjace continuing a determined oppositioii, the solifiers were obliged to fire iu self-defeoce, aud a woman wiis sliuhily wnuiuied in the nrck. We are happy lo say, however, ihat thedistuib-lyice'inay be reg^arded- a* over fiir, the p.iesetit in F*ai�ley, as well as iu Glasgow, The .following was wriitea this forenoon by our currespoudrnt at Paisley:- " The general viiish is in favour of tradesmen resuming work, and there is little doubt that a:very great proportion .of wprkmeu will reiurt) lo their vocalioiirtbis tfay. J^eceasily forces this alternative lipoii tliose evefi who were most iictively in-strotn^nlaf iii promoting the strikt;. Tiie Lug-lish, for not engaging in the grand sclietne, aie iiiiivereally denounced by llte liadicals us having been faithless,and no ^inall joy is expres.sed liiMt no more violent inea>nres have been pursued in,Scot-laud, wfiea their bretliiVti in ilte South hiive in li manner deserted the cause. The report wliicfi ha'i appeared ' iu some of the papers^ that a- va>t number uf the dituiffepled were at drill ^n Miii-day, on the Sacell, i� tiuile uulpitnded.; ihere wan not 100 pergoiis on tiiat hill ultogether, the most of whom were very youiij; lads oietel'y diverting ihemselv'ei. "The iirdmptnegi wi(h whiclVtHe Ayrsliit^^ ye�. maury cavalry asiieiftbled deserves notice., Otliiliei Bj��weU got ihe.erder fjotn, the LorcJ Lieut8 iuCo Paisley, many of theiq having travelleti 40 piiles, " The volnnteers, in apite of their inexperi^ncg, have shewn many tri^its of giilluiitry. Veslei-ri ly, in Paiiley, abot^C- ^� dtizeii of the Po?t Olasgow riflemen ,*Tere assaulted, by Ihe mob. Decjiuing to use the btfyoitel, ihey repelled ihe attack with the bt�tt-etid� of their oi.oskets. knocked a imtnber nf titcassailants down, and iu a twinkling cleared Ihe streets..... " One of the Ayrshire ^eotnanry,,on his entrance into I*ais!vy, stated to his OfScer that he did ntit like the idea of'havipg a repcoiitre with an uiinrined moh. On tht; Officer: tfifc'iug .nqlice of it before the troop in the evenin^tr^t^ todividual in qitesiioit ' replied,  I'm' not thi�l^U^n noo, .for Tl>a''e got a lick on the head, ani{ amTr^Ml^.tq gie iwa for't. "Kilsyth i.s iioMt % MJ^ent Radicalsf. Two troops of the lOtl; hu'^a'j||,^ beiides the yeomen cavalry, are doing dutyj^rpftsient in that village." � SECpMi�;rEDITION, " rtirftf o'clock. *^ AH.eXpre*?, hf� miebed tOi�a,�>tliat at Stminer'a Radicals, unned with vatFious descriptions of weapons, were met by a party of nine yeomanry, and nine of the lOtb hussars, when an etigagement eii.oiiing, 1 nf the Radicals were taken aud fteiit to Stirling Castle. Some slight wounds were received by some of ihe yeomanry." ALAUM AT HUDDF.RSFIELD. An account of a meditated attack upoiiflud-dT>field, by a lar-se body of raalcoiiteiiis, was s'V" in onr P.iper of Wednesilay last. The Leeds Mercury of S.iturday last contains a more circutnitan-lial uccoiiiit of this alarming btisiues.', to which it adds the following particulars :-" The abrupt termination of ail enterprise which appeared so mr-uaciiig has been accounted for in ditlVreiil ways : according lo some, the preparations made by ihe IVlagislrates and. the military had iiuiinidaled Itie insurgents; another supposition is, thnt the brighi-iiess of the moon, which shone with oiiusiiil lustre on that uight, prevented ihe signals from being distincliy seen ; and another, and perliaps ihe most prob-jble of all, is, lliat the leaders of ihesi infatuated men, either from cowardice or treachery, forsook iheni iiithe iTiument of iriil. As the morning appruached, several parties of horse and foot soldiers were sent out to reconnoitre the country,' Hiitl to pick up stragglers, but not a single prisoner was made during tlie night, and it isa little remarkable, tliat, wiih the exception of llie outrage in Kirklees-lane, aud the siealirrg of arms and oilier offensive weapons, uoexcess or depredation whatever was committed in the wide circuit over which this rising extended. The following persons were taken into custody on Saturday, Sunday, and Mondar :-' Joiieph B��keir, of Cola-bridge, wii.h his two s�n-, Joseph and Benjamin, who are nil bliK-ksrui'ii-, aHd are chafged with the fabrication uf pHie", and with joining in the rising; .lolin Lindley, of Mirfield, nail-maker, on a i.ijilar ch,iri;^ ; 'I'iioiiias Blackburn, of Mirfi-ld ; N.illiamei lin.-k-ley,. of Ledger Bridge, a journey man ;loitiier ; Jn�epli Jessop and Samuel Jessup, ot I liillinsiu;!, Kirkheaton; and Joshua Hirst, of Drigliton, dl of whom are charged wiili liaving been in arms . .1 liie iiiglii of the 31st ult. A great many persons out of the ili-turbed villages, have, we understand, absconded in consequence of Ihe part they have token in these i*�-Icss pioceeilings, and the txient of the uii>-cliief lo the distressed families of lliese iiifalLi.i'-ed men is incalculable. .The persons alre^d/ apyrelieided wiil, we uiiderslaiid, be Conuiii!ie:l to York Castle; but the Magistrates wait 4 Jeply from Government before they decide wiietfier :i\ make out the committals for high ireaioii, or ti^nply far a misdemeaiipr. It is remji kiide, th>it in 1 e populous villages of Honley, Derry-hrow, firih, and along the valley of Slaltlnvaite, wlirrr, on lirnuer occasions, :i good deal of agitation li.is p-e-Vailed, the people do .mit >eem lo Inive made any movement whatever ; and some of tliein, it 1- ssi 1, with a mixture of wisdom aijd plea-antry, oi>�ctve.l lo ihe iiisligators, that they would wa;t lill She iirxt morning, to see how the ui;vi Gvernineiit iveiit o �. VVe hope that in future all their neighbouring vi'-higeis will be- as wise a., themselves, and all wait till ijie following mornfng. In the miid�t of all' this external cohimoiiou th'ere. does not ajip.ear 10 have been the least kyuiptom of riot or, disiiffccJiou ill the tpwn of Huddtrsfield itself, duriii> tlie uigni of I'Viday-all was perfectly quiet .there, excwt when the parading of the military broke in upon the geiierul stillness, anil apprised the wondering inh.ibitants of the danger with which they were menaced. " The ai-ms hitherto captured by the miliU'y, iimount oi'dy, we believe, 16 three pike liead�, a few >ide arm* and. fire arms,, and several pike handles, with two or three scythe blades, fastened into shafts. The pikes are about nine iuches long, resembling the head of a lialbert, with a screw at llie. v'od to fa'st'ei) into an iron socket, which 8 rivetted at the lop of the pik,e-harid|e, and liie handles are from six to eight feel in leii^ih, some uf them formed of ash plants, and others of deal, rather.tbicker than the hainile nf a hay-fork. . "None of the pikes wlnc'i have been fuund.are formed to cut a horse's bridle ; but we have reason to suppose that there are some such instruments, as an aiieinpt, ajipawfnily by ihe way of experimeou. was made wilh one of ihem .to cut a Genilemau's bridle, who waslast Sunday night riduig betweeu-Thornhill and.Kirltheaton, but which, missiog the reiiiv caught tiiij Gentleman's pantaloon, and tor* it fioji) liie knee tu the ankle. ,. , " Since Frid�y night lliere have been no synfcfM laobi'Of diidiurbance in ihe tovyu ur ueigbbourho.od, of,Hiidderstield, with the e&ceptioopf some itXf. tiretwipii of pupulat diifavouc toaiardii. the yeomanry,,. who were assailed on Tuesday last,with.loud bisrea III tlie nCreet, .in couse:qoeucii of .which'ihe .tipwu for suiue tiine.:wor� no alartaiiig ipp^antoci*^ but thi^t: appear* to have been a merie cbullilioii, mid (he ;

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