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   British Press (Newspaper) - April 12, 1820, London, Middlesex                                Number 5413. LONDON, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12, 1820. Price 7d. rHK^riiE.Ror^L. 'drury-lake. VIIS EVENING.VVEPNESDAY, Ai.r'il 12, liie MRJi'sly's Servants flri'fl perfurm the Comedy of THE ROAD TO �U1N. (V.! D.irnlon, Mr Munden; Heni^ PoriUofr, Mr. Kllif-�nii; A/ilCor'l, Mr. Barnard ; Mr.Sulky, Mr. BSller; Gold-(ii.cli, Mr. Harley; Silky, Mr.'Knight. Widbw Warren, Mrs. Hailom-; Soj)liin, .Miss K�lly; Jenny, Mrs. Oi-jer. Ahcv which, fonrlli time, a Broad Farcical Pantomimica! Draba, in two arts, entitled .�;i].4KSPEARE VERSUS HARLEQUIN. H,irlcf|iiiii. Mr. Harley; Corporal Bounce, Mr. Dowlon ; Gascciiiadp, Mr. Gattie; Joe Snip, Mr. Mundeo ; Abraham, Mr. Knishl; Simon, Mr. Oxberry; Forge, Mr. RhsscH; TatFy, Mr. Husjhe.'.; Mercury, Mr. T.Cooke; First Justice, Mr. Butler. Mrs. Snip, Mrs. Harlowe; Dully Snip, Ma-dame Veslris; Sukey Chitlrrlin, Miss Povey. To-mortow, Artaxerxes-Blue Devils-and Shnk|.;'i, FAIRY of the FLOWERS; or, VILLAGE i'l'ti>l IC.'^, .Mt'ssrs. Grimaldi, Bologna, and Barnes, and .Mi's V.ilIiHw-y will perform. At'ier wbicli, the very popular and afFecting Historical ivii-lo-drame of CAI.AS; OR, THE FATHER AND SON. The Entertainments to conclude with Tllf. COTTAGE OF THE LAKE; OR, MY VASSAL'S DOG. In wliicli will be displayed the wonderful performances of the celcbrili-.l Dog Bruin; and the Blazing Cottage,-from whirh a CliiM is thrown into the Lake of Real Water, and rescued by Ihf Dog. Ill the icunrse of Ihe Evening, Songs by the celebrated -Misses C��se, ihe one only eight, and the other eleven years i'f ajre.; o�d by Master Aris, from the Royal Coburp Theaiie, bis Ihird appe.Trance here. Also an entirely new Comic Koiij;, by Mr. Stebbing; and a Comic Dance by Mr. '.Valbiiuni, bis third appearance this season. Box, 4s__Pit, 2s-Gallery, Is. Tickets for the season, not transferable, four guineas. Pl.iris for'dic Boxes may be taken of Mr. Stuck, at Ihe Tlieaire Bo.v-office, ercry day, from Ten till Four o'Clock. Oours open at Half-past Five, and performance begins 31 Hnlfjpast Six, A CAUTION TO MOTHERS. T a critical Si;a�on like the i^resenl, when Children are Teething, Ihe utmost attention ongbt to be paid them, particularly as the Measles and Chin Cough lire so prevalent. If the irritation of the gums comes with iiiiv other disorder, J'ery fuw infants rcriivcr. Mothers m.ir'ii never lo he without the AMERICAN SOOTHINi; s\ IJL'P ill the Nursery, for if a child wakes in the nij;lil ^viih pains ill its gums, this valuable Medicine applred wiU immediately open the pores, heal Ihe gums, and tlierehy prevent fevers or convulsions, and should it come in cuinpeli. lion with any other disorder, it often destroys the Mother's brightest hopes. Parents who may be dubious of the vir. tues of �ie Soothing Syrup, may refer to the different Gaie� that have appeared iu the Newspapers for (bese last tea years. SiHce Mrs. Johnson has appropriated one hour twice a weba-helical Ab.stract of the late Act for the Renewal of the Charter; the Post Office Regulations as lo the Conveyance of L-tlers to and from InJin; Ll^rS of LICENSED SHIPS, and much other tiseliil InfolcBiation. By A. W. MASON an.l GJSiWMK of the Secretary's l.ondon : Solid by .Black,f Kiiigsbury, Parbury,aDd A't^Ot LeadenhalUslreet; Williani Car|>enter, 58, Lower Brook-street, Boad-slreet; Archer, DAme-streei, Dublin; and Manners and Miller, Edinburgh.. This day is piihliahed, price Ss. RETROSPECTION    a Rural Poem:    In-scribed, by permission, to the Right Hononrable Lord Paget. By THOMAS WHITBY, Author of " The Priory of Birkenhead." Pnhlished by John Sonler, T3, St Paul's Church-yard ; and Hal chard and Son, 100, Piccadilly. This day is published, in 12mo. price 4s. 6d. r|nHE  i\JOTHER'S   MEDICAL   APSIST- M. ANT; containing Iiistrnclions for the Prevention and Treatment of the Diseases of Infanta and Children. By Sir ARTHUR CLARKE, M.D. &c. &c. Auihur of " An Essay on Bathing." Printed for Henry Culburn, and Co. Conduit-street. Of whom may, in a few days, behad, a Fifth Edition of Sir A.Clarke's ESSAY ON BATHING. This day is published, printed nniformly with Park's Travels, in 4ln. and illiistratcd with a Map and numerous Plates, price 9./. Ss. boards, TRA.VELS io the INTERIOR of AFRICA, to the SOURCES of the SENEGAL and GAMBIA, underlakeu by order of the French Government, and performed in 1815, by M. g. .MoUien. Edited by t. e. BOWDICH, Esq. Conductor of the Mission to Ashantee, Printed for Henry Culburn and Co, CondMt-Bh-eet. Of whom may also be had, TRAVELS in southern. AFRICA, by Professor Lichlenslein, 2 vols. 4lo. with Plates,priccf 3}. l28. boards. � STOCK  exchange! LAID open."     ~ This day is published-, price Ss. boards, IT^VERY MAN HIS OWN STOCK-Id BROKER; or, a co.MPLETE GUIDE to the PUBLIC FUNDS: Consisting of the Originof the Funding System; Causes of Ihe fluctuation of the prices of Stock Manner of saisiug and conducting the Funded Debt; Description of the various kinds of Slock; Manner of trans-ferrinjt Slodt; Calcnlatin^ tbe.^Value of any quantity at Stock; Manner oT Wtittiri^^siit^ntnjrcirStock may be bought for a given sum of AToney; Manner of finding what sum must be laid out in any kind of Slock lo produce a given liM-oflie ; Manner of finding the Amount of the Half Yearly Dividends on any qitantily of Stock; Manner of finding what an Annuity may he purchased with, or sold to produce a given sum; Table of the proportion whTch the different kinds of Stuck bear lo each other, when at different prices ; Amount of the National Debt at various peri-ods from 1688 to 1818; Method of reducing Gold and Silver to English standard ; Method of finding the Value of Gold and Silver Specie and Bullion; Table of Gold and Sliver Cains of the principal Nations of the World, &c. By geo. g. CAREY, Esq. I^ndon : Printed for J. Johnston, Cbeapsiile, and sold by all Booksellers. Wednesday, I2th April. ' YESTERDAY, Y Order of the Lords of the Treamry, the ' Preliminary Drawing of Ihe Lottery look place at Coopers' Hall, hut �s no Prize was drawn above 30/. every Ticket and Share now un Sale, if bought before the 27lh of this Month, will have the same chance fur all the 102 Capitals, including 4 Prizes of 30,000/. 2 of 20,000J. &c. as if Ihe same had been bought before; and indeed fur every Prize iu the Lottery, except the30/. Prizes drawn yesterday. W.B. On Ihe 27lh this Month, Ihe Two First Prizes drawn will receive 20,000/. extra each ! g. CARROLL, Contractor, 19, Cornhill, and 26, Oxford street. NUMBER ONE WAS THE LUCKY NUMBER. UlSH, of the Old State Lottery Offices,  4, Cornhill, and 9, Charing-crsss, respeclfully acquaints his best friends, tlie Public, that Number One was the fortunate Ticket lhat deiermined'the 60,000/. Money, which was decided Yesterday, .by withdrawing from (he Scheme all the 2,000 Prizes of 301. by what the Gazelle call* a Preliminary Drawing. It is not the intention of T, BISH to send any Register Letters at present, lo acquaint hi Customers that have gut 30/. Prizes, as he thinks it would be putting them lo very nnnecees.iry expense in postage, as every one of those Numbers have yet to have their ulti. mate fatti. decided. He tlierefore r�]uesl8 his friends to notice, that every Ticket throughout Ihe Lottery that has been sold, and every one that has not been snld,^ which ends with a figure of One, is entitled to-Thirty Pounds (Skaret in proj>ortion), and it �ill be drawn in one of the four subsequent days of drawing. Ubseme, not any other Prizes (Aii/ier or/oicer), nor were any Blanks drawn Yesterday, 7he S'exi Day of Drawing will be Thursday, 27/A instanU on ii'hich Day ihe First Prize in each Class will he entilted to 20fi��L Consols. FKOM LAST JSIGHT'S GAZETTE.  ' Whxtthall, April 10, 182a The King has been pleased to command, that Ihe 24th. day of this instnnl April shall be, in all lespecl-s, observed and kept as his IVlajesty's Birth-day, instead of the 12tb day of August. Attiie Court att^arllon H8a�e,.lhe 8th of April, 1820, PRESENT,     ,   . -   The KING'S Most Excellent Majesty in Council. This day the Right Hon. Darvid Boyle; Lord'Justice Clerk of Scotland, was, by his Majesty's commatiil-,'swurn of his Majesty's Most Honourable Rrtvy Council,'a�d took hie place at the Buard accordingly. :> His Majesty having been j pleased lo appoint Majon-Geurtal Sir Benjamin D'Orbaii, ;E.C.B. to,be Gapiain.Gene-]�l and 6overnur io Chief in and over the islands of Aiitigaa and Monlserrat, lie this day tdok the usual daths appointed to be taken by the Govcr�lorssf his Majesty's PlanJatious. BANKftOPTS-   J-    ; John Wadswoflb, nf Long.Btickby, WorlliamEiloji, dealer, to gorrender, April 38, at.fuur,,29, agd-AIay'33, at eleveoi at the Red Lion Inn, Long Bnckby. Auorney, Mr. Cecil Becke, Devonsbircslreei, Qneen-squ^'re, London. Henry Phillips, Henry Phillips, jun. and Thomas Vole, of Birmingham, loy makers, to surrender, April 23; 26, and May 23, at i>v,.|vr, at the Wool Pack Inn, Mooi-slicel, Birmingham. Ai'drnt-ys, Messrs. Baxter and Bowkcr, Gray's. Inn-place, Lon.ion ^ and Mr. Bird, Birmingham. William f'ishoaie t;me apparently m expectation of being jouied by otliers, they threw away their arms, aud disa|/pear-ed.   hioine of the arms have been since picked up. Three of the principal Radical leaders. George Washington, David Graham, and Wiliiaiii Griliam, were ap|jrtheuded on Thursday night, aftd, with a truak containing papers, lodged ia the JPolice OflSce. WednescJay mght last, we learp fttfm various   

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