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   British Press (Newspaper) - April 17, 1820, London, Middlesex                                17, rslHlS EVENING, MONDAlT., April 1?, jL        Maje�iy'i ScTMnti will ferfom Shakipeare't Tj�. *"^'^"kING RICHARD THE THFRdA Kiag Henry Hie Sixth, Mr. Pope; Hiehsnl D>iVe of Mr. Keaii; Dnke of Backingham. tilt. Hotlmul j �arl of Richmond, Mr. Pealey. Elixabeth, Queen or Ed-v*rd the Funrifa^ MrK Glover; Udy Amie, Mr�. W. We�t. Tu which wiH be added, Sth time, a Brpad JKorcical PaiUO-inimical Drama, Id two acta, enlilled SHAKSPEARE FfiKSl^S HARLEQUIN. Hartnjain, M*. HorUf; Orponil Bonner, Mr. Duwion ; GAscauatip, Mr. (>al(i�; Jue Soip, Mr. Mwnd�n; Abralian, Mr.. Kiiighl; SimOD, Mr. 0�berry; For?e, Mr. RussrII; Taffy, Mr.Mugbea; Mertiiry, Mr.T.Cooke; FirstJuMicp, Mr. Boiler.   Mr*. Saip,, Mra. Hartowe; Dolly M�. ilame V  Tragedy of KING LEAR. Kine Lear, Mr. Boolli (bia3d appearance in that Cbarar> In); OukeofAliMny, Mr.Goauor; Earl of Kent, Mr. Fair-reii; Earl of Glo>ter, Mr. E(|;ertoa; Edgsr, Mr^CKemUe; K'Iniiiiul, Mr. Macreadv. Goneril, Mrg. Connor: Re'an, nira. raira; Carilelta, Miaa S.' Booth. After wbiHi, lllh time, a new Panlomime, called harlequin and cinderella; Or, THE LITTLE GLASS SLIPPER. Prince Aledore (afierwarda Harlequin), Mr. Ellar; Baron P.>Bipi> t�jc;, IS, 18�>. THE COMMITTEE for Letifxer ilw Citj'g Lands Will-meet alTGuiMball on TtlESDAT. the 55lh day of April tnst. at Twelve o'Clock at Kuon, to LEt by POBLIC AUCTION, A Bt^ttDtNG LEASi? for�1 Years, from Midsummer D;iy uitt, or a PtECE lif eHOUND oil ili� East sije tif Duke-atreel, Aldgatp, aod^on the West apd Norlb aidfs of Hanover-coiirt, HDundsdilch^ London. The Plan of the said (Gfouud, and the Conditrons for leHiiig the same, may be seen lii the mean time at the 0$ce of Works, Guildhall. JOS. BUSHNAN, Comptroller. iilN WELCH. , ,, ,,�., -^.:%f^im�ssMm Hypfertoo, d����ed,T.f applying U^;�iph�iitti N*. \ Bell-yard, DJctwa* Coinafoa^, inay t . meut's Cbnrcb. TRANSLATION OF COtTU'S WORK. May 1st will be published, price 6a. 6d. COTTU'S WORK oo ENGLISH JURIS. PRUDENCE, iit. Stc. Irnnalaied into Eitglisb. |u No. XXX I. uf the PAMP_HLETEER, besides several entire Pamphlets, viz. Mr. Canning's Speech at Ltverpulli,will have aCbance Ibroiighuut the Lottery Yur FOUR..........Prites of..........�30,000 TWO..........Prizes of..........�20.000 TWO . ..k.....Prizes of.........seiO.OOP &c. &c. Money and Coitsols,'farmiDg r02 .CAPITALS! Tirketi and Shares are on Sale a( (he old-ettablish^d niid tviiuVtate o^es et HAZARD aod CO. (be 'Coa(rac(ar8, Kojal Exchaiige^ate^Sfi.Curnhill; and32i*, Oxfotd-slreel, liiiier pf SH^IIp.w-strtcet, Loudnn; who diared and sold >� flie lasCLoitenr Coiil'rac(, 7,370 and 6,666. 20,9002. each, �u.l in a niceot-toffery all the Prizes bf'iJO.OOOi.ill ." �*a** afi* Co; iteve AgeuU in-all tb^princlpa^ Towns (broughout the Csmitry. riH-UlH � -A^]r|fv I .w.-------,--- Printed for Sir Richard Phillips and Co. and to be bad of all Booksellers. Swat published, in 8vo. price l4s. boards, HE PHILOSOPHY of  LIFE. By Sir CHARL^ MORGAN, M.D. And pellatvof the Royal College of Physicians of London. " Sir C. Morgan Jia.a here pceseuled Us with a book cun-tainini; a great deal of useful and entertaining inforinatiuu. -He liin undertakeji lo c.onsiiler man as an organised being; tu explain hi* '(tructure, and how it ta afTfCted by variottia-' modes of tleainient; To shew the influence of climate, diet, &c. lipoii the human frame, and (o connect (his infin-ence Wilh (be moral and iutellecluai character of (be mind. In couducdng (his inves(iga(ion he has had an opportniiKy of caljing (o hie aid;no( only Ibe knowledge of bis own pe. culiar profession, b(il the discoveries of modern Cbemislry, ioieresting facta in Natural History, and illustralious from general Science, and the History of Nations, The Work cuntnins many plain and Sensible Lessons on tbe best methods of kerpiug both mind and body in a braltby 8(atc." Printed fur Henry Culburn and Co. Couduit-stieet. Tbe following Works will be pubbsbed very sliorlly by RODWELL and MARTIN, Bond-street: tn IWo large Vullimes, 8vo. with Plans, price W. lOs. IMiE ANTIQUITIES of Ihe JEWS, carefully compiled from Aii(hen(ic Sources, and (heir CuB(nmB illusliaied ft-oin Modern Travels. By William drown, D.D. Minister of Eskdalemnir. II- tn one volume, 8vo. Second Edition, considerably enlarged^ with Plans, price l2a. AN HISTORICAL SKETCH of the CAMPAIGN of 1815. Illustrated by Plans of the Operations, and uf tbe Battles of Quartre Bras, Ligny, and Waterloo. By Captain Batty, of the First or Grenadier Guards. 111. PARIS. Tn imperial 8vo. price 12s. Part HI. of VIEWS in PARIS and i(8 Vicinity, by Cap-lain Bally, containing, 1. Tlie Louvre from Ihe Punt Nenf.- Triumphal Column oii Ibe Place du Cbalelet.-3. Nu(re Dame ami the Isle de Palais-4. S(. Germain.'-.5. Rouen Cathedral.-Proofs in quar(u, price IBs. (o be buinple(ed in Twelve NumtH-rs. IV. In one t'niume, royal 4tOi JOURNAL of a TOUR (hrougb part of the SNOWY RANGE of Ihe lilMALA MOUNTAINS, and lo the Sources of Ihe Rivers Jumna and Ganges. With Noles on the -Hills at Ilie fi> lonel Cliarles Nassau Thomaf, deceased. Foreign O^ro, ^pr idL ?fleniii l||ti|^ John. GcerCB Fil�- prtMftimn l�iilft|iii#tt. Foot, to be Captain, viAeSeo-l.ie. vrbuse spinqiMiitoat lias flat UKeu ^ttee^-iMtiri. t/rua.y 34, !)820. ' SlU B�f>iTeU�aaB�tla|ion. To be' Ltoii.leoaiit#n^Liett�eaa ce Swi^KraM; whoie^ aiqwiotaient.^ Mt Ukeq |ili(ce-^ ^n(ary 34, Utaltmf Cbarfes CMltiu, > fib* ^I^iiay Mtfa floirf: tietUti^ iralaiaieht.tt^ltdil iiftnr^taee} LieBleoaot Fraiiria Mb�^ farU�e�.fi F^i^ince Laadrtiui, isboae^nmMWMntliat ttot ;)rt?�)b>^^^iM liaa/termaain Biiiiclu^iit icon luttil^^y      Foot, vice L^cf, bu.ooViiJnia plaee-^eted is above. tOib Royal Veleira#-lte(i�Haili luif^^^$Stb FM>t-^&t�d MkkiayeV^ ' To be XjettteDanis-Lieuleiiaiil Williara Snoftgi4tt, fro�i balf^iiay S^lh Foot, vice Chittlr, whose appoiiilmeol bas not taken plade-dated February 34, IHO; Lieutenant William Lirimer, from lialf |uy 1st West tndis Regimeal, vice Gilland, who relufna la bia former situation on Ibe Retired List; Lieulenant William Kin'smill, from balf-pay 41b Fool^ildalBl a* aboVe. McHOIUVDVM. Tlie Coramissiub of Surceun Kenny, 67lh Foot, hit been oledatcil Iu the 13lb January, tSlS, that beiug (be date it ought tu l^ar. ojiaof Ordnance, April 11, i82(), Ruyal Regimenl of Artillery. Brevet Colouel and Lieutenant-Cobniet ioseph Maclean 10 bs Oohbiel-dated February 24, 1820. First Lieutenau( George Junes to be Second Captain^aled as abovtf Second Lieu(enaa( George Rivera Luke, to bfc-Fitst Lieutfi. nau(-dB(ed a* above. lienteuaiit-Culonel Turllifl* Soger; from the half-pay, fo be Uralenant-Colouel-dated as above. .First Lieuteiiaiii William Halsled Poob>, from the balf.|tay, to be First Lieatena'n(-da(ed as above. Second Lieu(enau( George P. Hrywouil, from Ih^ balf-pay, lo be Secood^ Lieuleaan(-(fa(cd as above. Firat lsieu(enan( George A. Wills, to be Second Captain-dated March b, 1830. Second LicMlenant William Frazer, (o be First Lieuteaant -dated as above. Cap(ain Charles G. Alms, from (he half-pay, (o be Cap(ain -daled as above. First Lieu(enan( Henry Williamf, from Ibe balf-pay, to be Fir�( Lie�(enan(-dated aa above. Second Uelftenanl Charles P. Brewer, fron) (he balf-pay, lo be Second Lieu(enao(-da(ed as above. UPTURES speedily and radically CURED, nilhnul pain, or iMerruplion lo Ihe usual avocations uf Ihe Palienl; nut by (he mere use uf Ti-usses, which long experience has proved Iu be inelTi-clual, bnl by a Course of Remedies-Mr. DUFOU4t,Surgeuu to the Oaraninn Uispen. sary for the Cure of 5Uriclures, and sole Proprietor of Da-rau's Medicated Bougi(.'S, flatlrra himself that ll;� futluwing Allestatiuii (selected from a great number, cunlainsd iu liis Treatise uu tbe Radical f^ure of Rupture) will be considered as saliitfactury rvideuce of the fact:-" Pariah uf St. Ann, VVcstuilnsivr. Workhouse, July 15, 1819.' ^Ve, the Over, seers of4he Pour uf (iris Parisli, do hereby cetCtfy, that Wil. linoi (lOsliHg, and Charles .M�(ore (one of (he poor flow.in the Wurkbouse of (Ilia Parish), being severely.aCBicled wi(h Rnplnres, Were sentby us'to-Mr. Ditfbur far th�? piiT|raae of ci�^: ill �-v�Ty ahiirl^spaca ^f ,(ime tliey.jiiei-e fjol.li .prrfei;tly I cured. VVituesa uurhamls-ThoiuaaTomkinson, j.Mitore. bead, WilJram Wji4(t,^Willi.im Drnaniley."-Troi�es, con-Strpciedmi lbe!l�S stixel,,ieil(ur4.-*lnKl. trar.qffiei, April 14, 2d Regiment of Dragoon Gnaroy.e. 3d Rpyai Veteran ,B^)i(�UW-Cap(a]n Sjadin ,Sayer,.frora bajf-pay 534 :?oo.f,_. �L be Ci;p(,aiu, vicJ! Adams, who reluros Je bis torVqerAitHalioo op the Retired tiat-daled Peijru>Q44;js3o. Qui;rtiiri|>a.ller Jubo jVlliii^ . t^ep(,^la.l>e':fili8>go,',v{^iB .foruaeraitaaiiMii M'fle wLd, #ilS!8 ,�tflBV^'***PA �-,eji.Ii>y 9; �. Cullinson, of Crooked Jaue, London, ait-mer- i;baot,al ten, al Guildhall, Loudon. May a, T.. Atlierlon, of Liyerppul, Lancaster, tanner, at one, at the Geori^ Inn, LIverpuol. May^Sjl, E. I}ai|ey,of Prea.liuu-, WiU*. pai-i'h'.aentrmaker,at eleven; M.l^e Town-hall, Marlboruuisli, Wills, May 8, T. Dickeu, of Lilclipeld and Leuioiislry Slill, Slaf-, . ford, qoltun-^spiiiner, at eleven, at: (he While $ear Inn, Maocheslej-, ,,>i�.y.|i. T. Vtb.ile, of Liverpool, merchant,at twElKe, at the iig^ uf Messrs. GciRilb aiid. Hi.ude, Een^tick-stieet, i^Wtpool. MayiB, G,*ing!eyj o/ Piccadilly, MjAHeseix, mjlliper, at  eo, at.Giiildh�M, Jt,upduu. ,Msy. jOi A- AliboJl,of I<�fri!p�l, pphoUtenir,^ at one,at (he (jeiirge Ian, l,i�erp()ul. May,ia,  C.,3lH) >��>e1oP. MjWiMex, dfftper, %l,t8n, jM,^,uibl^allj, l>.H�d�o': Wan4M���aH. TtovgMWtMMiltet, t��dpW, ineoAa.nt �te^-�-6�tMWl7^.*        - - - � ^6ra �(�rttam,�i ici^;.gr�i%falt- immt: � - . 4^ : Maji�, J. R Street �wi W. �Mii^, of SMfibrtMrs^i - llfa|� IL IWile aod P. F, !Nf�e. Of Maigl^^^e? d^ti(^aMwe,�t Ibe nriiite Bear f  ^^ lfft, and M. Morshead, of PinttcrVctlurl, Old Bruad-sfreet. 4pri I 3,1820-.J. Seagrini, sen. J. Seagriitl, juo. W.11iritf5[,'aiiii H. J. Seagrim, of Wilton^ Wihi^ and of New^aie sirtri. . London, carpet-mannfaclurrrs, so far as rclalea (o H)� said W. Tbrmg, March 1, 1820-J. Pif!, T.PowrH, W. Fripp, E Brice, and E. New, of Brisfol, llantfn, a> ler ia telatesto tbe said B.New,April 13, 1820-G Watsoa nixl . J. Danu; of Watliog^treel, London, warehousemen, Marrli 25,18-20.-J. Bruce and F. Hdndley, of Cross lane, L itrr An.it. 13. On Ihe opening df the Court this morning, Mr.JoBe�,.tbff Recorder, who was Couiiael fur M'litnis, slaicttthat lie iirtct in his baud a cerlificair frnm a Magistrate ii> (he eoiinty uf Down, Ireland)'and also a commuuicalioo f)-um rile Secretary of State for Foreign Affair*, sfalillr Uiai. KtH. i. stable, who ^avs.evidence on (he trial, inji llie inaibwbo. t|n-prebended M'lonis^ be iiuw applied lo ihe Cuih-i fur Ibeir oi'dri-; lo enable Ross |!� receive Ihe re.ward utTi'rett foe lh� person who should apprehend M'lniiis. The Court were of ppinion that they had nothing ti*-d� with Ihe reward. Thecerlificale should be laid b�i�re Lorii Sidinoulh, who would award ibemuney as be lbuu�fiK propf r> .Mr. LloYd, the ageul fur Ihe prosrcutiun, sugg^tcd-tha^*-. .Lord Sidmoutb would perhaps feel it uee^ssaiy lo^ive^par* of the reward lo some other uf the individuals who haibeev instrumental in arresting Ibe parly. Mri Jones said, Ihe wurilI> Delight, and wlie\i you Hear, believe U is true ;. {.wUk-trlk yoil^ no falcily Now. After T, was neuteni^ loileirfK,. t come out uf the Court- laughing, thiahiu^'i' n'oUiii'%e saoiL quiet; tliioktng' that'- Both saiii^.ati#> BOJy. �nwl�li>b� soois, dead. Allcdial greajred. Me wM,j(o4bi�bti>->!�'�l�.��*Mai� aboulil suSer.for.iay^.anagi'ri^iuaa. .Myit^pfti�'u\t�,^��fne iu-to my.se,ll,^p^jB � little.afleF;a BK�ac�m�.ui!i>,ine,,|mil. begim to spake to me about iuy Soulr'klajif^'waCtiim^ he asked (b ;iraj by me, but- f. loiiLRii*;* rfAi(nl�ii.� Priestcraft about.me. He reasae^dr^w>r^^.Iy,-alut�ii>i be was n� priestj, pit .tbb �Of*o���^i��p.*,o�sfcsW|�u. He prayed ai!d^oj#*?io�fc,tJhr*^�#>^-ine,^l|l^�ij>,,^,^v-ofl limes denjeii in^.S^vioJi j-.n     "       * ' '- Hoililball. I ^fb^pnrdt.n "rf lWrOn>, aipdf^^M   

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