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   British Press (Newspaper) - April 24, 1820, London, Middlesex                                'mm Number 5423. LONDON, !M ;\t)AY,.APfiIL 24, T820 THEATltE-ROYAL, DKUHy.LANE. WIS   EVENING,  MONDAY.  April  24, bis JVlajesiy's Sprvanffl wiU fterform the Tragetly of KiNf; l,F�,Ai^ ; K'.'.iJ I-oar, Mr Ki-.i.i (hts firi>f aiju'-irinre in tint Cht\-rl'�ler^, Uiiki'of H'lrjuiidy, Mr. rhoin;i' wloii ; Eilsar, Mr. Kae (Hi" first appearance in lliat Clnracier); I'Mm.ini'l, Mr. Harablin. � ,Gon*Vil.'Wis. Gluvcr; Uefau, Mrs. figec ,DB ; Cordelia, Mrs. W.,\Vest. After which the Farrp �f WHAT NEXT.? Ciilonel Touchwmjd, Mr. Dowlon ; iVIajor Toncliwood, Mr. Harley; iWoi=aSunt, Mr. Viiiiug; Colonel Cliff.r.l, Mr. Barnard ; Shar^ Mr. Kiiiehl; .Snas's, Mr. Oxberry. MrH. Prudence, Mr�. Harlowe ; Clarissa, Mr.'i. Orgcr. The Doors will be opened at Half.pi�i Si>t o'clock-, the Performance will coramenct: precisfly at Seven. � Boxes 7�.; Second I'rice 3�. fid-Pit 3�. 6.1.; Sernnd Price 28.-Lower Gallery 2s.; Second Price l�.-.-Uppei- Gallery l".; Second Price 6d. The Box Office will be open from Eleven till Fire o'Clnck -Places to be taken of Mr. HodweH, Box Bofik-feeeprr. To-morrow, b Tragedy, wilb Shaltspcare versus Harlequin. THEATRE-ROrAL, COVRNT-GAHDEy. THIS   EVENING,   MONDAY. At.ril 24, �ilt he acted, 2d time, a new Musical KuQiauce, called , HENRI QtJATHfe;   . Or, PaUIS in the OLDEN TIME. Henri, Mr. Maci-eady ; Sully, Mr. e'erton ; General D'An. moot, Mr. Fawcell; Eugene de Birnn, Mr.C. Kemhle ; Frederick St. 1-roii, Mr. Ahboll ; O'Oonnel, Mr. J.Johnntone 'who is engaged at this Theatre); Moustache, Mr. Emery ; Gervais, Mr. Dnruset; Jocrisse, Mr. I.istnn ; Pincean, .Mr. Blanchard. Florence St Leon, Miss Stephens; Clolilde de Birgo, Miss Bruiileu; Louison, Miss M. Tree. AJfter whirli. 14lh time, a new Pantomime, called HARLEQUIN AND CINDRRKI.LA ; Or, THE LITTLE GLA.SS SLIPPER. Prince Alcdore (afterwards Harlit]iiin), Mr. Ellar; Barnu Pomposini (afterwards Pantaloonl, Mr Barnes ; tlie Baroness Pompasini (afterwards Clown), Mr. Grinialdi; Pe-drigo LongshanUs (afterwards Dandini), Mr. Norroau. Cinderella (afterwards Columbine), Miss E. Dennett. The Donri will be opened at Half-past Six o'clock, and the Play hef^ at Seven. Boxes 7s.; Second Price 3s. 6d.'-Pit .I.?. 6d. ; Seron.l PUce 2s.- Lower Gallery 28.; Second Price Is.-^Upper Gallery Is.} Second Price 6d. A Private Box may he had for the season, or niphlly, of Mr. Brandon, at the Box-office. Henri Quatre, or Paris in the Olden Time, will be repeat, ed every Evening until further notice-To-morrow, with Too Late for Dinner. MR. MATHEWS AT HOME, AT THE THEATRE ROYAL ENGLISH OPERA HOUSE, STRAN D, THIS EVENING. MONDAY, A|.r.l 24, and on Mondays, Thursdays, and Snturdays, till fnr-thernolice, when he will have the honour of introducing bis FrieoAs to his COUNTRV COCSIN.S. Boxes and Places to be had of Mr. Slevenson, at the Sirsad Entrance, and at Feariaan's Library, 170, Bond-street. SADLER'S VVELt.S THEATRE Is now open for the Spa8�in, nnder the Management of Mr. Howard Payne. THIS  PRESENP  MONDAY,   April 94, and every Evening till further notice, will be repeated tiiC Honkanlic Melo-rfranie, in two acts, entitled THE MONASTERY; OR, THE WHITE MAID OF AVENEL. Eustace (Abbot of SL-Mary's), Mr. Pristow ; Julian (b.i-raa of Aveiiel), Mr. Rathford; Sir Piercie Sliafton, Air. Frimhlry ; Halhert Glendinniog, Mr. Stanley; Edward Glen-dianin^, Mr. Guprint. The White .Maid of Avcnel, .Mrs. -'�'Unley; Miry of AvrncI, Miss Neville; Mysie HappiT, Mi^s Price; Udme Gleoilitini e DRAWN, livery Ticket and Share, if bought bef.oe NEXT THURS-D.IY, wil! liiive a Chance iloonglioul the l.oilrry for FOUR..........Prizisof..........�30.0(W TWO..........PriiPs of..........�-20 000 TWO.........Priz.,of..........i-IO.OOO fltc. Aloney and Consols, forming i(t-2 capitals: Tickets an-l Shares an- 00 Sale at the oldeil.iblished ami fortuonle oHices of HAZ.AR!) and CO. the CouiracKprs, Royal Exchangp.gate ;'26, Cornliill; and 3-i4, Osfur.l-strvei, ojrner of .Swallow-slreel, London; who shared an-1 sol.l 01 the last Lottery Contrai-t, 7,370 and 0.6')fi. '20.000/. each, ami in a recent Lolt.ry all the Priztr; of 30,0i>Uf.'. 1'. Hazard anil Co. have Agruts in all ilie  principal Towns tlo-onghoni the Country. 'g'^HE ire�-,i h.iiii, n Sfork Lottery, T. LUSH S. iii fill th" aiienlioii of hi^i Friends to the unpa. rrj'U-l Suci-r^i i,|- i.is Uli'icBS in preceding Slock Lotteries, Ik- .!. = ..d and .,,1.1 ' .\o. l;i..',.-.n First �50,000 CoBsoli. l-ania, a country which the Author visited under circumstances peculiarly favourable 10 inveitigafion : this part oftheVVork will contain a very detailed History of the private and public Life of the great Albanian Chieftain, All Pisha, wiih his Warn, Character, an,l Policy, interspersed with a variety of characteristic Anecdotes -. Ihe whole drawn from the must anilien-tic docitinenia that can be procured upon these subjects. Each Volume will be adorned with Engravings of Maps, .Jcen^ry, Plans, &c. for the most beautiful of which the Author is indebted to his friend and f( llow-travfller, Mr. R C. Cockerill. To interrupt the Narrinive as Utile as possiliU-, the Classical, Topographical, and Critiral Remarks, will be subjoined ia Noies to the pages of each Volume. An Appendix will be given, containing two Dissertations upon the sites of D ,dona -itid Oelpiu, from the pen of iji^t einineiiischobr, Dr. Butler, litad Master of the Shrewsbury School. Pi iiiling fur J. .Mawman, 39, Lndgite-alrcet, London. This day is published, baoiiniini ly printed upon a ihc,-t of drawing paper, ami embello-iied with the Cornne's of the several orders of Nobility, price 58.; on canvass, in a nest casefor the pocket, 8�.; on canvass and rollers, lOs. r|^HE PEERAGE CHARF; hei-n; o, A L-I. PHABETICAL LIST of ihe HOUSE of LORDS, divided inio Sections, and so arranged as lu exbibit at one view the following particulars of each Peer:-1. Tiilenof Peers; 3. Titles of the Eldest Sons; 3. Surnames; 4. Dale of Creation of the Peer's last Title; 5. Date of the first Creation; fi. Prrcidrncc of each Peer in the House; 7. Age of the Peer; 8. If Married, Bachelor, ilr Widower; 9. Niimher of Children living; 10. Peers who are Knights of the Garter, Thistle, St. Patrick, or Bath ; 11. Peers who are l.ord Lieiilenants ; 1-2. Peers whose annual ineouie is supposed to exceed 50,000/.; 13. Peers who are considered liberal Patrons of the Arts and Sciences; 14. Peers whose male .Ancestry can be traced to the Conquest. There are likewise nine divisions, shewing by wUat means each Peerage was obtained, lhat is to say, whether by Naval, .Military, l..egal, or other .Services. It also particularises such Peers'eldest sons as are .Members of the present Parliament; with other interesting infurtnation, forming, upon the whole, a complete PEERAGE in MINIATURE, an,l is admirably adapted to Public Offices, Odices of Professional .Men, Gentlemen's Libraries, Cabins of Ships, &c. &c. I'riiiled for G. and W. B. Whiitiiker, Ave-Maria-lane ; and Rudwell and IMartin, Buud-.^lreet; and sold by all other Booksellers. TO BOOK AND MAPSELLERS, COPPER-PLATE PRINTERS, STATIONERS, &c. &c. TO BE .SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MR. SAUfTDERS, By order of the A��i�' Tliey are to had only. gfj,SJ.,1GHT, .Music Professor, the Inveniur and Pateulec, KgJ^i t'lfle^-plsCt Caveadisb- NB-Mr. L. gives inSJi-notlOB-'on'the Dilal Harp, also On tbi- Piann-Forle, in Singing, aud the Tlieirty of Music, at home and abroad. �,* Cards of Terms and furlbcr Particulars to be had at bis house as above. This diy was published, 12mo. price lis.6d. hoards, N IIl.sr(j|ilCAL EFITOAJE ..r theOLD ao.l NEW TESTAMENTS; in which the events are urraogefl according to Chronological Order. By a MEMBER* of the CHURCH of ENGLAND. For the Use of Schools. Priiilid for G. and W. B. Wbiltuker, 13, Ave-AIaria-lane, London. A few Copies f,,r Ibe Use of Families may be had, on fine paper, pi ice Ifls 6.1. hoards. SF.LECriONS FROM THE GREEK POETS. HMiis day was published, in 8vri. price lOs. fid. boarils, IT^XCERPi .-V e POETIS (iR;?-:ci.S.t,i U�unj _i .SiudioKie Jiivenlutia-, cum Nolia Philologicis. E,li,lit .M. HODGE, A..M.-Pars Prima. Prinll-d for G. an.l tV. B. Whitlaker, 13, Ave-.Maria-lane. Of whom may he bad, POR.SON'S EURIPIDIS HECUBA, ad fidcm Manu-scritiloriim emendata, et brr-vibiis Notts emendalioiium, po-.ttssiniuc\i rationes reddentibns instrnrta, cum Supplemeutu ail Pia-faiionem.   8vo. price 4s.scweil. P(IRS()N-.S EURIPIDIS ORE.STRS; 8vo. price 3j. -----PHCENI.SSiE; 3s. ------MEDEA; 3s. In the Press, PORSON'S EURIPIDES complete, with an Index; in one volume 8vo. This day is p.ihlished, price Is. a Pamphli?!, enlilird, ~ ELIEF OK THE i'OOR.-Ttie  Anfimr has endeavoured, ill tlin aborlrst and plainest furm possible, lo stale a uew Plan for thai  piupose, calculated to secure the following important Objects :- .  1st. The mural iuiprvvemcut of Ihe poorer claaaea of people. 2d. To give them a better resource against want, than they enj.iy at present. 3il, To make a compulsory ciltutribatioo fur the relief of the poor, equitable. .... 4tli. To give security to pVofiHt;, by ikfiuing the liablUly that shall on lhat accuuot.ai<�i^ iv it. 5ih. To give a stimulus to agrirnltare, fisheries, maun. factnrea, and therefore, lu commei-ct, iutero-*! aud ex-Icrnal. London : Printed for Sherwood and Co. Palernosler-row. FKOM SArUIiDAYNIGHTS GAZETTE. MILITARY PROMOTIONS. IVar.Office, April 21, 1820. 3d Regiment of Dragoon fjuards-(jornet Robert William Ciirrie, f,oni liilf-pay-23d Light Dragoons, to be Cornet, vice L)avid Robert Ross, who exdiaii^es-dated April 13, 18-20. 7th Regiment of Light Dragoons- Portman, Gent, to be Cornel, by purchase, vice Hill,- promoted-dated as above. 14ili dilio-Clnislopber Mutgrave, Gent, to be Cornel, by piirciiase, vice Carrutliers, who retires-dated as above. 1st Rrgiinrul of Foot, To be Captains-Captain William Browne Hulme, from liair psiy of i lie R.'giiTieiit, vice John Ciyn^, who exchanges -dain! April b, 18-20; and Lieutenant Alexander Camp-bf-ll, ^^-itbout purchase, vice l.,ogaii, appointed to the 9lh Kr;^iil Veieran Battalion-dated April 6, 18-20. To be Lieiiierrints-Ensign William Thomas, wMhout pur-chus-, vice t'lyne, promoted-dated April 5, 18-20 ; Ensign Ar-:i;iod Jaqiies Pictet, from 5tli Foot, witbout purchase, virs Campbell-dated April 6, 1820; ami Louienaut \Viliiain Frederick Ebliart, from half.pay 22d Foot, vice Thninas Stevens, who exchanges-dated April 7, 1820. To be Ensigns, wiiiioiit purchase-Alexander A. Dull',Oeut, vice Toiieiiliaro, deceased-dated April 5, 1820; and George Gordou, (icnt. vice Tboroas-dated April 6, 1820. To be Ailjiilaiit, with the Rank of Ensign-Serjeant-.Vlajor James Richardson, vice Camerua, deceased-Jaled April 7, 1820. 5lh diilo-Gentleman Cadet Charles IVopd, frotn the Royal Mililriry College, 10 be Eusigii, wriliuat purchase, vice Piciel, promoted in the Isl Foul-dated April 6, t8'20: 2I.s1 ilillo -Captain Charles Moray.from half-pay 7ih Light Dragoons, 10 be Captain, vice .Sir Williiam Crutbie, who exchanges-daied Afiril 13,'1820. 23d Regimrnt of Foot. To be Captains-Brtvel Major John Charirs Smith, from half-piy Sicilian Regiment, vtre Charles' Robert Bowers, who exchanges-dated April 5, I82tl; Captain William Ross, from halfpay 14lb Fool, vice William Wjilley, who exchanges, receiving the ditTereuce-dated April 0, 18-20; and Captain William Reuloal, from half pay &2d Font, vice .Siraiigeways, 3|ipoinled to Olb Royal Ve'terau Balla-lion-dated April 13, 1820. 26th diito-Captain Jubit F�rqnhar�on, lo be Major, hy purchase, vice Shearman, who retires-dated Marcb 30, 1820. 3Ut ditto-Ensign Charles Shaw lo be Adjniiiikl, with the rank uf Lie utenaul, vice Snaw, appuiiited lu Ihe &lb Kuyal I Velnan Baitalion-dated 4pril 13,1830. Asaph Shaw, Gent. In be �usign, wilbMt parchasr, vice Shaw.-dated aa above. 38ib ditto-Capiaiu Hugh Piper, from hnlf.pay tOOib Foot, lo be Ciplnin, vice Jolin P. Mincbin, who exchanger, re- ceiviug the difl'ereuce-dated April 6, ISitJ. 47th ditto-Eiisigu John Gordon IU be Lieutenant, wiihiyul { puiehasc, vice Lowe, appointed to the 8th Royal Veteran Ballaliou-^ihited April 13,1920. Frederick Close, Gent, lo be Eusi|;n,vice Gordon-dated aa above. 4dlb ditto-Lienlendnt Chtirtes Campbrll, from half-pay .'i4lb Foot, to be Lieutenant, vice William Andrews Nis-Held, whose appuiutmeiit bas uut takea place-dated as above. aoih ditto. To be Lieutenants, wilhuut piircbas�~En�ign Richari) Peicy Pack, vice D'Arcey, appiiiated lo the 8tb Royal Veteran Batlalion-dated ApVil 12, 1820; and Etikign Thomas Keal, vice Williams, �ppaiBttd to tb� 3ii Kuyal Velerau Bailaliuo-dated April 13, IKSU. Tu be �ule� Asbmorelo be Licntenanl, wilh--lint pui cliaiM; *K;e' .\Hichell, appoinie'd to tbe 81i) ^oyal Vetirna �atiatl��-^��rt Ai�ril �3,:ja2(�. Heury Williams ^uux, Geul. lu be Euxtgn, vice Aakiiswre- ilaled aa above. 9O1I1 diilo-Ensign Alexander WjIsoU lo be LirnlennnI, ivitlioul purchase, vice Cunrj, prunioleri-dated April 6, 18-20. Francis Dolclikin Bnckeridge, Gent, to be Ensign vice Wilson-dated as above. 2d West India Rpgiment-Ensign Robert Olpherls lo be Lienlenant, without purchase, vice Haiies,, deceased- dated April 13, 18-20. William iVI'Vicar, Gent, lo be Ensign, vice Olpberts-dated as above. lot Royal Veteran Battalion-Lieutenant Addison Lowe, from47lh Foot, to be Lieiiteiiaiit, vice Dudley, whose nppoiiitment has not lakeu place-daltd Febiuary 2t, 1830. 5tli Royal Veteran Battalion-r-I.ienteuant Jeremiah .Marsh, troin 90lh Foul, 10 be Lientenaiii, vice Gibson, appointed lo llie Isl Royal Veteran Baitalion-dated as above. 9lh Royal Veteran HkIIIiIiiuu. Captain Thomaa Sirangeways, I'l-uin '23, Mky if, JO. len, at the Warreii BnUtt-l. y-Anns Itfn, Smrkrort, Ci.�.i.-i Atllirney.s, ,M�ssr*. -l^we bnlJ^o.w..-.-;     .ulhn�Hploit-Ilii .!>'  ing-*, Cliancerj-Ianv, ^nilon ; and Mr. Siotk),,.! 1. Willium Flelrher� of Wnl�^.rllam|l;.>l^ Siiiir..ri>, !ih�un.i--ger, 10 surrender, iMajT 11,  1-2, and June 3, ai iwi-l�r, �i the HiiyalHinel. Birmingham.   Aiiom^y^, M.ssri!. S�, . , .Stevens, Maplest P�ars�". ard Hunt, tltd Jewry, Lowioi, , and illr. Joseph Foster, Wnlverhanipioi,. ., Ricbar-I Guw$r,,Q/.*il.-Ansiell,  ,riiwall. Ii.iien.ilr.-T:�n, 10 'Sifirrebdee, Stay 19, lOv and June 3� iit ilrvrn, ui tyvski*-;-"* Woii-I. Plymouth DiM-k. Aitorneys, .'Vli-s-^r.. fji:k,-, C'lii, i'h, and Darke, Red Lion-square, London; and Mr. Cliuiiis Tink, Plymouth. Edwa ,1 New, of Bristol, banker, lo snrrend r. April ir'-J, May 17, at one, and June 3, al two, ot liie 'I'alU.I li.i-, Hatli.slri-el, Brjslol. Allorni ys, .Mejsr-. Ji.i mans i>i,,d Saser> , Bristol; .ind .Messrs. Uarke, Richaid^, aud .Wei,all, Ciiai'.-tery lane, London. Henry Kobmson Lodge, of CiouU.lane, London, faiiirr, lo surrt-iiilrr, April-25, .Mayti, ,�iuJ June'J, at Iro, al Goi'il-hall. Aitorneys, Messrs. Jaco'ib ai.d b'liilej, B.uii,ghjI.-siriet. Henry William Leeds, of WildernnJis r.w, G iswell-�l.-,( i, Mi,hHe*ex, jeweller, tosurreniler, April 21', M>iy 13, ai-il .liii,'^ 3, at twelve,al Guildhall, London. Alloriny, Mr. Pliillip-, King.slreel, Covent-giirileD. Samuel W. bb, l:,te of Princes.squnre, .Si. (J-niges in ih-East, Mitbllesvx, meribaiii, to suneniler, Aptil2i*, M.'y and June 3, al twelve, al Gnilulial,,  L,>i ii.!i,i.. Allorneys, Messrs. Walker, Rankin, and U.clnnls, Old Jcivij, London. Richard Chid ley, of Sparrow corio r, MMinriea, Lim-J m, cheesemonger, lo surrender, May 6, 13, an.l June 3, at tn., al Guildhall. Attorney, Mr. Glynei, East Sioiililiilil, Loo-doo- Jaoiea Ward and John Robinson, nf Mill-ivall, .'Slit!,lies, n, millers, lo sui-ieiidtr, April 29, May 9, and June 3, al i, n, at Guildhall, London. Alloiney, M,\ Valinan, Aiuu.ic:-slreel, Strand. DIVIDENDS. May 13. J. Ryan, of Liverpool, merchant, nt eleven, at the (jeorge Inn, Dale.^lrect, Liverpool. May 9.   W. Wailes,  of North Shields,  Northiiinberlaii i, tailor,  al eleven,  at Ihe Commticiul Hold,   Howani-Blreet, TynemoulK. May 13.  A. Hart, of Lillle Abe-slreet, Goi'dman's.fveliis, .Middlesex, navy-agent, at eleven, at Gnildhali, Loiiti,.n. May 13.  W.  VVuotton,  of Ty,-i-'n gaii way,   B,-mio .il^ey. Surrey, tanner, at twelve, iit Guildhall, Looilon. May IS. J. Spnrkes and A. Coles, of Porilauil-street, M:i:- Ujlftsex, cbacb-makers, at len, at Gulilball, l.-jnd�n. ay 13. C. W.Tittensor and J. Tiitensor, of Foster Ian', Cfaeapside, London, wholesale button.sellers, at eleven, al Guildhall. June 9. J. Gray, of Cawkell, Voi k, and of Great DriSciii, farmer, at tru, at the Red Linn Inn, Gri-at UriOielil. May 13. R. Brown and G. H. Harris, of Bolol.ih Unr. L>i--doii, wholesale ironmongers, at len, ul the Kojal Hoit.', Birmingham. May 16. F. Devy, of the Albion Coal-wbaif, Surrry, cj.-.- merrhanl, at ten, al Guildhall, l.ondoo. May 35.  VV. Hakins,  of .Soniluveii,   Noniogbara,  fix-dresser, al eleven, at the Saiacen's Head inn, Suuibw ,1. May 15. W. Whitebouse and J. Galnn, n,w or Inie or" Liverpool, merchants, at one, at the (irorge Inn, Livcrpo. i. May 2-2. T. Smith, late of Chensiow, .Muiiinunih, cabiiicl- inaker, al eleven, at the Black Ro,k, Moniuunib. May 16. R. Fogg and T. Csiiir.-ll, of Maiirli-siei, roile'-- maiuifactureis, al four, al the Star Inn, Deausgale. June 5. S. Bonnie,  Iale of Leek, .Staliuril, ironiuongti, "t one, at the Red Liou Inn, Leek May 15. J. Hughes, of Liverpo.il, driiggiEl, at one, a: :('^ George Inn, Dal&-slreet. Mhv 18. W. Frood, late of Rochdale, but now uf CaRiliioi-, Lai,easier, flannel.msuufjctoi-i 1-, at two,  at the Altruo Holel, Piccadilly, .Manchester. May 15. W. P. Hnichinsoo, of Liverpool, wholesale ^'-oot'-, al one, at Ibe George In-.i, Livi-rfniol. May 17  Matthew Woilierspooo, of Liverpool, merchanf^ at twelve, at the George liyi, Lvverpuol-May   15. J.   Hardy,  of Ueaioii   Nurrio, L-iDi'iistlj-,   -;-!,'-lon-rii-iiiufuclurer, al leu, at the Red Luiu luo, Llra:..ii NorriH. May 13. E. Wood anil R. Bvllwoo'l; of .Sen:. o�!s. Yii-k, liiiiber-uierchaiils, at eleven, al the Dog and Uiick r a.^r', Hull. .May 16 W. Body, late of Newh-ivrn, o!h,r.i:s(i Mr, r!:-ing, Sussex, grncer, ul eleven, uf the Slar inn, i-rWef, Sussex. May 19. J. Mottersliead, of Healy Wood, Biirnl,-)*, I.i'irss-ler, cotton.spinner, al eleven, at IfaeThoio luu, d;iriiiey. CERTIFICATES-May 13. J. Baikfr, of Walsall, .Staft'or,!, trmber-mercliant.- .A. Guai-periz, of Lombard.street, Luiiduo, mercbaul.-T. Smith, of Ariuitage, Stafford, malisl�-r.-A. Miibgarv, of Wolverhanif^-ton, tea-dealer-H. tVhi-eler, Sen. of Blandford--Fornir, Do^--set, buicber."W. Ileivlelt, now or late of Soilweli, Glout*s'. leg�ie, l.onrion, lailur.- VV O. Coleman, late of Wappiiig, .Middlesex, ilopselbr.-J. hLra;-.t�, sen. of Maiichi^lev, nn reliant..-T. Ltaiue, of llcar-slreei, Leicester square, Wi-stinin>l,r, wli,,le5ale pertiinier-J. AriKitl, of Belle S'auvage.yard, Ludgnte-hil!, LiMittuo, .la liontr,-S, A. liennetl, of Worslnp-slreei, SliorediicK, and of Battle-bridge, Middlraer, coarh-niaiinfaclurer.- H. C'lesmer, liteuf Broad-street-buitduigs, London, but now of Broinii-ton, Middlesex, mercliaul-U. Harnett, late of .Mill-w.iil, Poplar, Middlesex, baige-builder.-T. DuiranI, otherwise T Durrani Parker, of HeathHcId, tiuisex, common-carrier. - F. Richards, of Birmingham, chenii.t.-T. Taylor, of Prrs-lun, Laiicasler, leadenkr.-S Nicksuii, of t:liesler, cabinet- _ maker.-T, Fresine, of Worcester, caoinet-maker-J. Wni-lerbolloio, of .Maiicbesi.T, druggist.-.1. .Anngir,of Exeier, diap.t - 1'. Le Chrv'ilier, ,it" IVoolton-nnder-Edge, (jkitiers-ter, conifuon. brewer.- I. U.iielit, late of [-'ore-si reel, tendon,. i lieetemonger.-W. Lewis. .,!" Beak-street, Goldeu-sq.i^. �, .MKliUesex, wo�:leii.di-i,|i,,-;. Pearson, of Slayley b, i.ic-s Ashion-uiider-Lyne, Lmi corn-factor. PARrNEllSUll'S DISSOU.VED. W.Crook aud J. C.o,k, of Urnoiree, E'sex, brush-nia-nofactureis, April 4, IS'2U-c. Taybir and T.T. Taylor, ol' PriDces-squiire,   Wilson-Street,   veiieer-cutierv,   April lU, 1N20._W. Baker and V. Litrhi>lrt, of Twickenbuin, .Mid- dbaex, surgeons, .March 1, IS'iO-W. Pitts and C. Turner, of W.stem-wharf, Abingd.instreel, coal.merchants, Apiil 1�, 1820.-J. R.nvbothaiii, R. .Mill.s, andj. Haivey, of Walwotlh, Surrey, |)U'kiug-manufatluvtrB, Apiil -2", 1820.-L. Ames, J. Ames, T. Gadd. and J. Wait, of Briiloi, drysatlers, so far as respects tbe said J. Wail, January 6, 18-2(1.-J. KanWaml T. Swiulmrue, of Birmingham, butchers, April 26, 1S20.-^G. Y'tlel and J, Med^inrsl, of Trevarno-niill, Batbl'ufd, Suinersei, poper-inanafaclurers, March i,, I'mo. �- PRICE VV SUGAR. Tbe average price ofBrowi�or Hyscovado Sugar, com-   

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Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 155+ million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.

Genealogy Made Simple

Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

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$9.95

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Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!

Your Membership Includes:
  • 10 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 155+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 155+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 155+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

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