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   British Press (Newspaper) - April 15, 1820, London, Middlesex                                / % NuMUER 5416. LONDON, SATliRDJiy, APRH^ 15, 1820. Pkice 7d. CTWC'S THEATIie. r|lH{S evening. saturday, April 15, JL   will lie i>etfort��ony Siiip^ BU. Jame Vj8(i'i�;,.Sn|tey,Chtt*erlin,Mi��;Po�q'. Ou Viomby, Ktng .Richard thelThird: Duke of Glo'fiter, Mr. Kein-Willi Sliakspeare rersuii Harlequin. Oil 'Cuesday,'BrutusLucius Jiuiiusj Mr. Kesil-with Slrtkiptiire veMus Harlequin. - "       , On ^7ednesilay, Venice Preserved : Jaffier, Mr^ Keaa, bis fiwl ap^earauce in that Character. Mr. Biit^lh Iiavlni; been seized with a violent hoarseness, it IS irnpoasitHe fiir him to perform this JEVening. THEATIiE-ROYAL, COVeNT-GARVKN. TyiS EVENING, SATURDAY, Af�ril J5, I   will be acted a new. Musical Drama, called IVAN HOE; / Or, THEKNIGHT TEftlPLAR. Iv|i)hoe, Mr. C. Kemble; Sir Regiuald Front de Basuf (Uni(:ht Tt-mplar), Mr. Macready; Sir Brian de Bois Guil-tiirii. SVlr. Connor; Sir Maurice de Bracy, Mr. Hunt; Sir Lu-rn-i Ijeaonianuir, Mr. Chapman ; Cedric of Rolherwood, Mr. Kf^rr{oil; Wambii, Nlr. Blanchard; Friar Tuck, Mr. Emery; l^�ac.(ihe Jew of Y�rk% Mr. W. Farren. Roweiia (a Saxon I'riiKJBs;, Miss .M.Tree; Elgitha, Mrs. Lision; Ulrica, Mrs. l-'auc:! ; Xebc-cca (the Jew's Dailghler), Miss Foule. After which, IBib time, a new Farce, called TOO LATE FOR DINNER. T^e principal Characters by Messrs, Jones, Ijston, Con-nar, ^'^iichard, Emery, Mrs. Dareupurt, Mist Fuute, Mias IfraupKiiit,and Mips Green. On'T'iursdiiy, first time, a tiew Musical Uomaace, called llniri! tluatre, orParis in the Olden Time. MK. .niATHEWS AT HOME, AT THE THEATRE KdVAL EN'GMSH OPERA HOUSE, STRAND, rsSlllH EVENING. SATURDAY, Ajiril 15. &    find on Mond.iys, Thursdays, and Saturdays, during the m lh nf April, when lie will havi; tbe honour of ill. tn.^l.icw.K bis Friends'to his COUNTRY COUSINS. K^^!i-|i and Places to be had of Mr. Steveaaun, at the Srraud .Kntmncc, nnd at Fearmaifs Xibrary, 17()j SoniT-' fJT/^ZARD and CO. the Contractors, beg to -Z. sicquaiiit tbe Public, that as no Prize higher than ."0/. wasidrawn on ihe Iltb instant, every Ticket and Share, il' liuu^^il before 27lh this month, wilt have tbe same chance lorllieil02 Cnpitale, including 1 OUR..........Pj-ircs of..........�30,000 TWO..........Prizes nf..........�20,000 'IVVO.........Piizfsof..........�10,000 iMii! ill Ifcil for every other Prize in the Lottery (except the ''^'�t   1 Vzis ilriiwii), as if the Tickets and Shares had beeo i.....i:li::liff(ire llie Preliminary Drawing. .N.)(._Twu Prizes of 20,000/. three percent. Consols, MI SI' BE DRAWN 27lh this Month, when tbe-TWO MliSl.'-DKAWN PRIZES will gain 20,000i. each, in addi-li.iii li 1 whatever Prizes ibey may be drawn. Tic'icls and Sbares are on Sale at the old-established and foruu �l rd a general Assortment of the strongest and best :ii!l-iilivoured TE.4S that have been imported for many years, uliir t I hey are enabled to ofler at the following very Reduced Prici \, viz.-Good genuine common Congou, 5s. to 5s. 4d.; somi Strong ditto, 6s. to 6s. Gd.j gne strong ditto, and break. 11st Stiucboug, 78.-, line full-fliivoared ditto, 8s.; good common (.^'eeD,6s. to Os. 6d.; fine fresh ditto, or Twauka'y, 7s.; fine b.figbt leaf bloom ditto, 8s.; good Hyson, 10s.; fine fresh   peaking Pipes made and fitted up in Town and Countpy: ecund.hand Brais Patent   and Illuminalion UimyS' ''"Ml fht, or taken in exchange. . S.iveral Two, Three, aad JFour-light Grecian Lampi, to ''<� 1-Bid very cheap. AnTI-WaTER monopoly ASSOCIATION. AGENERAL MEETING oC the INHA-. BIT ANT HOUSEHOLDERSof theParisliea of St. James, Weaiminster, St, George, Hanover.square, St. Mary-le-Bone, Paucra� etf{eopi. Dions ou the'subject of'the Increased and AddiiiovalWateir R�te.. By'JAWES WEALE. F-aq Sold *y Rcyaoilds, 137,.OxfprTl-�tree(i;j<:;; Md J. Otiier, Vere-sl'reet; Lloy W Bv� of S�n JL      Sebastian:: .^HiifatfBte, t^er here." Car*'* Daotb. l�rii>led;fm-jSlosd*rt,antfSl'rt�rt, et,.StranJ. AfewCojHesV* P">-�<'d-<�n'^fl�paper, ��. " This Satirical Voem {lurpurls to bie vri^ra bf.aniUa-: Jian Painler,io divert b{B^tbelan -*JterSr>tJ� gotr, P�ii>ley, and adjoining districts, -on Swarda^ weejc, an vx.-, press arrived here on ijiiiiday, orderin); the volutx-teerii on doty, when, to their great pwse.they turned out with the iitaiost alacrity, and went to "Paisley t>n Monday, wbtre their (ireseiice was of tilt; most essential service. Circuiasluucei), how. e�pr, having rendered their stay there any-lunger unnecessary, they received orders to inarch home on Saturday niortiing, and to escort five [irisoners, apjireliended for seditious practices, to G��;no \. They nrriyed bete a.bont hutr.past.,. fp4if o'clock, and their l^yalfpwnsmeu, {�rou4? pf ihe ; services Ihey had reodered, received theiu with uc-crattiHtiOua.       �     .'      ' ' >' Aalthi-y had; received strict orders to talc'e "fwr-ticuUrcare of ibeir prisoi>er�, in order to prevent any attempt at escape, and it had been observed here, tiuring the wliole of the week, that a.cuosi-deruble number of i ke(e-.fMti>sing'tbmng{t �!�� timirj ttfwardr Greenock, it was deeintd prudent to send the whole corps on with the prisoners lu place of a detacli-nient; and Ihe imminent danger in whtch they were afterwards involved, whicli produced the lamentable catastrophe that followed, shewed the propriety of this nieaifirre. On the tuarch to Greetiock, they received inttmatioii to be on their guard agninst a surprise, at there were evident indicaiioiis of intended insult, if not injury to the corps. This in-telii; ger, two or three shots were fired over the beads ol the- parly to the west, �4io miide off. The prisoners being now lodged in gaol, the cori>s, according to the orders of fhelr bonimunding officer. Captain Dunlop, began to retire, itj order to retarii home, and were nccompaiiied to the square'adjoin^ iiig by Mr. Dennisldn, tbe Chief Magistrate.  The crowd by this time had becoioe. so excessive that the votilnteers had not room to form as thepr wished, but immediately began then' tnafcti out o't toivii in close order; and herea scene of tumult coiiitiienCed which most uiifortmialely teriniiiatetl iti the luss'uf many lives.   The mob instantly begaii to sliower voUies of liirge atones on the volunteers ; many of whtim were sevtirely wounded, iiotwfthstalidiog the Mi-gislrate, aini sevtirat gentlemen o� the sptit, at ttie moment were using'every effort to  pi'otect them.    The corps seeing their  lives placed in such danger,   now  began to fii-e occasional shots in the air,   in   order, if possible,   to intimidate ; the   aKsaiUnti",  till  they raached   the  Rue-end, ' the east outlet of iHe town;' but as- the' I'efocity of the mob seemed- to increase, aiid ' ihey evtii ' attempctd to wrest, some �l]'es.a'iid Ih^- other itli^istralSs-ofPaisley, beg let^e, in this nttDDer,'to eoiivey'io' yoii, and through yotf, to^ihe very resffecfable corp^ of Port Glasgow Aimed AsBoctoUon, u'ndii!r'~i^^..GaniMA{bd'j.;our WiiTmeBt thanks for the pa^-iolic Butl'(ist!&il4>ervices which'they have just rendered lo this dislrki, lo a .manoer �o prompt and so honourable. " Wc also beg leave to express onr' own grateful seniC (which accords ftith that of every respectable person in Ibe town) of the very excellent coiidiict of. all the individuals of the corps while qitarlci-ed ,here.-\^e have the honour to be,&c. .      '     BLANTYRE, " JORN D.UNLOP, " OLIVER JAMIESPN. �� Jofm Dvnlop, Bii^. Commandant P. G. A. Aisoctatioit." ., "-^I.ASGOW^APBII, 11. � Oui;pgond;:cityvConth>^e.� to otiji^.. its wonted repose, ^he pKiiic wjovek^ �pd the (MUet bnsiitess iiKgoitflfforvvairdi " " A numljcr of more persons hare been appre-hended, botli in the town aud country, charged with participation in the late attempt at iilsurrection. " This morning Lowfe, a beamer, said to be a Captain In the late Radical Arinyj wa� apprefaeud-ed �iD4Mged iti %y�well. WeansttewlaDd that \1iet-e are about 40 state prisoners confined there.  A detachment of horse and foot from Paisley arrived at Barrhead yesterday morning about five o'clock, and seized three leading Radicals, aud conducted them to Paisley gaol. " Four Rudicald from Airdrie were brought into Hamilton on Sunday morning. Among these were Miller and Rogers, who were formerly seized for their-connexion with the Union Societies, and were out on bail. On the same day, a Radical from Blantyre, and one from Kilbride with some powder and ball in his, possession, were brought in, and ihetie, with the ten seized .at Strathaven, were broujfiit into Glasgow on Sunday night. " Yesterday a detachment of sharpshooters, under Captain Bryson, brought five Radicals from Struthaven, and lodged them in.Hamilton barracks. " On Monday se'unight, a little past six o'clock in tlie morning, John Wilson, E-i]. prp-prielor of the extensive pnliiic works at Hurlet, went round to see if any of the workers had obeyed the ireasonable Address, and, lo his 'great salisfnc-tionj he found neither man nor boy absent."- {Glasgow Chronicle,/ [Trom " The GtaMjaw Cmiritr" of the Iltb April.] . " i'liis city has remained quiet since our last, A eousiderable number of the leaders of the Radicals lu it and the surrauudmg.Tillages, have been Hppre-liended and-safely lodged in onrgaof and Bridewell. The military, aided by the civil power, are every where oii tht alert rn seirt-bing for arijiB, &c. Number* of, the weavers have Hgai'a begun to their looms. Few or none'of the public works at whic)i the men had struck, are yet going, the proprietors being determined to receive.back oidy thoae workers who ate of peaceabU hi�])il^, and who give up the names of their Ipaders. . " Last night arrived .at o.ur bjtrrackB .five spring carriages frmn'Leith Ko>ti[ encli capable of conveying *Jxteei> m6n, wiAh tijeir arras.'' " Kl t>8YtW, Av'W' 9. .     The following has beei� iSsutid, to the 10th Rbyal Hnssar*, Bt Silsyth : ' Sked-for hi� arutnunition j setiing nothing iwu� tq^^ done againsit so many, Cooke tojd theni herhad no aimntiiiifioi�i if he had, they, Hhonid .have- it, ^^as-He:. Mas'-for'their caul�ving QE>>uur(.�Ml Ai^iftt*,mmte seen moving iti the direclioii- Of ^GlaoKe Jloor- �nd Flocton, between H^diJ�� repBred, fur an .(ttpackT aitd toarched with;;a small ..|}arty �Piilr4'i) rtragootr guards,-utrtfer Lieiit. Shaw, and of the -fiuddersfi el d y eoinanry,' uiider Lieu tenant Brooke. Tbe rebeti^ not having been joined by the expectitd: fdiiforcenieuMi, on hearing of the approach iif Q4ajor^� Bathe's party, were panic-struck, and fled ia all directions, most of them ihrowttj^awayiheiranni; bai J^ of the rebels were made prisoners, and above 100 pikes 10 feet long, maity ptke.'heads, soate firelocks, and irarious other instruments of destruction, together with three standards, were taken. One of the standards bore the inscription, " He that smiteth ajAiH so thai fie die^ shall'be surely put to dratft." ^&m'e of the stragglers were also taken into custody ia the ad-^ca�t villages.. IVJany of Hie rebels were provided *iffarliirt!er�aefe�i contHiniitg cK>thes, s(> that it is ileijr rbeyiSiitijiided to be for steme time.froin home. . TjiegViBjrfest^reffit is due to ih*' M�gi�tirate� and to t^ife AJSfi'tary Officers for the alacrity-displayed cirt this occasion. At Wakefitjid, a party of the 4lh dragoon guards jtMt Jirrived from York, aod a troop of tlie Waketield yeomanry, under Lieutenant Nayler, assenibled, under the command of the General, and wer6 en the point of marching against the rebetf, wbeo the pewg cJ their disper-*Ton t>y IVfajor De Bathe arrfved. The 6th foot, under the command of Captain Thompson, stationed at Halifax, moved upon Huddersfield, at the first alarm, at the request of Colonel Hortoo, a Magistrate, with a promptitude which does them the greatest credit. The Huddersfield troop of yeomanry had been on duty for 13, days, and the.'Leeds squadron of York hussars, qndeit Captain Beckett, assembled on Tuesday, Th� rest of that valuable regiment, as,well as,Colonel VVortley's, held themselves in immediate readines!), but it-was not expected that their services would be required. We aluo lay before our readers the" following letters from Bartisley and Huddersfield, which mutually explain each other. It is with extreme regret, however, we see a persevering disposition on tite part of these deluded inetj to produce commotion. A severe and tfru'elenting example of the most active umong them, cab alone protect the peuceabia' inhabitants of our mamifacturing towns from incessant alarms for their lives and property. �It is true the disaifected "are every where put down the mocnent tlvey-shew themselves in open array; .but suiely some means must be devised to prevent the reeoireuceof even abortive treason. " �ARN8LEY, APRIL 13. *' Lost night our Radicals luade their long-threatened rising. Tfiey contrived toayqid the town, and to get oii to. the Huddersfield road by aictrcilitcms routed They are.egtirnatesl at from three to five hundred, and stirted iibotit oafto'clock it^ the tnoming for Grrtpge Moor, wherft Vh^y arrived ab'oiit six, and ex|ierted; to ha'y^ b^en joiiled by bnelarge body frdiii Huddersfield, a_nd another frotii'.Wakefi'eld. In tliic, however, they were dU-SppQiirted ;� the RTagistrates 'of these places had tuken-measHres to prevent such a-juiictioH, After ifaying a little time, iherefor.e, in a plautatiou on the-iVloor, they became Kpiritleiis, and began to steal horAe Bgaiii as;ivell as they could, in small parties. THey went annerf with pikes'which they threw away itheii thtor CHHse beiiame hopeless, lii their way  d the market there yesterday. This ftiorning i was dishirbeil by tlie noi&e and din of wrfr,-atfive o'ctutk* The yeomanry cavalry and infantry were prpioplly under.-arms, and every avenue to the square was Wocked up by waggons, carts, &c,. The inliabiianis, under the direction of the Magistracy, were soon ready to receive the attack of a large force of Radicals whicrh were ss-semWed at Giang� IWoor, with - pikes, rou-skets, fat;ks, fags, and u drum and fife, in order to-attack the town of fluddersfleld. '..w Their iuteiitiot'i was happily frustrated by the preCKutious. taken.   Tfie'Cth � regiment made a ifced match,utitLreached Huddersfield firoiij^ HaTi-' in a slwrt time4 ihey entered the town ab^t All the shops were closed, and business, of coiirse, suspended. A carl load of pikes, ,gu,ns, forks, ..and ammjunitipn were, tak^n,^ with cne 6 and deven prisonerSi whom I saw brought in. ( left Hoddersfietd at Mf'^�*t ihree, and it then reported.att esp're�  poits s�yS| they, begin here (o>i�orrow.*'  > �    NEW YORK/ifAIlCH i^. Letters fr6ia New Orleanrto the 4,71b ulr. �t*ie, that, two irery heavy failures had o * The wer h>d ti��.i*. abntltr^f"^ aitd the 1)��tS:front above w'e'rf fcbfiititg iii(\.withiht produce of lliejCcrtilitiy.   : �   '    ^      ' V    v; - Cj^wards of 4(>0 tjiiitW^Staies iroap^i siiile'd from the'Delaware 00 Sfttdrdi'iy luit^ destiae'd: to ��d, as far as they will go, to the cotnpeusaiiou of our ci>   

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