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   British Press (Newspaper) - April 25, 1820, London, Middlesex                                Number 5424. LONDON. TUESDAY, AMtU^. 25, 1820 'kick 7d, KING'S THE A THE. rpHIS EVENING. TUESDAY.  A.)ril 25, jL  will be rfpe�led. Mnzsrt'i Granif Opera, eiilitled IL FLAUTO MAGICO. Aflcr which, by purlirulsr deeire, llie iinpular Ballet of ADOLPHE ET MATII.DE. THEATRE.ROYAL, DIWHY-LANE. THIS  EVENING, TUESUAV. A,)ril 25, hia Majealy'a Serranta nill perfurm Ibe Tragedy of KING LEAR. King I>ar, Mr.Keaii (bia arcund appearance in that Cha-racier); Duke of Biiteuiidy, Mr. Thompaan; Dnke of Cornwall, Mr. Penley; Duke of Albany, Mr. Bernard ; EnrI of Glo'Rler, Mr. Holland; Earl of Kertt, Mr. Bowlun ; Edgar, ]tlr. Rae (lii> 2d appearance in (ba) Character); Edmund, Mr.'Haniblin. Gonsril, Mr�. Glover; Regdo, flira. �ger-toa .Cordelia, Mrs. W. Weat. Afier whicli, llie Muaical Farce of ROSINA. The Dwri will be opened at Half^^asl Six o'Ctock; tbe Performance will commence precisely at Seven. Boxea 7�.j SecpuA Price 3>..$d-Pil 3a. 6J,} Jtecoad Price ?9.-Lower GaHery S�.; ^cood Price Is.-Upper Gallery Is.; Second Price 6d. The Box OIBce will be open froiti Eleven till Five-oXlock -Placet 10 be taken of Mr. Elodwell, Box Buok-kceprr. To:morrow, The King and the Miller: The Miller, Mr. S. Kemble. THBATEE-nOYAL, COVENT-GAHDEN. rriHlS   EVENING, TUESDAY. Ai.ril 25. M. will be acted, 3u tim^, a new Musical Romance, cailed HENRI QUATRE; Or, PARIS IN THE OLDEN TIME. Henri, Mr. Macready ; Sully, Mr. Egrilon ; General D'Au-BiuMt, Mr. Fawcett; Eugene de Birou, Mr.C. Kemble ; Fre-ili'rick St. Leon, Mr. Aliboll ; O'Duanej, Mr. J Jubuatone Iwlio ia engaged at tbia Theatre); Moustache, Mr. Emery; Orrraia, Mr. Duruset; Jocriaae, Mr. Liaton ; Pinceau, Mr. HIanchard. Florence St Looo, Miss Slephena; Clotilde de Uirou, Mit.B Bfunlon; Louison, Miss M.Tree. After which. 20lh lime, a new Farce, called TOO LATE FOR OJNNER. Tire principal Characters by Measrt, Junra, Litton, Con-nur, Blanchard, Emery, Mrs. Davenport, Miat Foole, Mitt B.-aumeat.and Miaa Green. Itoxea 7a.; Second Price 3a. 6d.-Pit 3a. 6d.; Second Price 2s.-Lower Gallery 2a.; Second Price la.-Upper <q. Tickets, 20 shilling* each, to be bad of. the Stewarda; of Thomas Bainbridge, Esq. Treasurer, College of Phyairiaus, Warwick-lane; of Ihe Secretary; and at the B^ir of the Tavern. Signed by Order. J. C. MICHEI.L, Sec. 18, Querii->f|iiare, Blaumtbury. Dinner al Half-past Five u'Cluck. N.B. Tbe Musical Department of the Celebration is committed to llie charge of Mr. Hawes, No. 7, Adelpbi-terrace ; to whnm any application must be made. No Apprentice can dine at the Appreiilicet' Table without a special ticket. REFUGE FOR THE DESTITUTE-AN-NIVERSARY DINNER POSTPONED TO THE 1st of may. by Command of his Royal Highness Ibe Duke of york, President. The THIRTEENTH ANNIVERSARY DINNER wiJl be at tbe Cily iif London Tavern, Bishupsgate-ilrcetj ou MONDAY Ihe Isl of May, 1820. His RuypI Highness in the Chair. Treasurer, finwAan Forstcr, Esq. BTEWAIID9 : Right Hon. Enrl of Liverpool Right Hon.Robl. Peel, M.P. Sir J. W. Lubbock, Bart. Samuel Busaiiqnel, Esq. T. F. Buxton, Esq M.P. Henry Clive, Esq M P. Andrew Edge. Esq. T. G. Estcourl, Esq. M P. R. P. Glyn, Esij. L A GnldscbmidI, Esq. George Harrison, Esq. Rev. J. Herdnian, A.M. and m D. Samuel Hoare, jun. Esq. William Morgan, Esq. Thumas Roberts, Esq. Isaac Sully, Esq. James So|>er, lUq. Dinner at Six o'clock prrcli>cly. Tickets, Fifteen Shillings each, ra^iy be bad of Ibe Treasurer, Stewards, Secretary, and Collecims; al the Bar of Ibe Tavern;  and at the  Refuge, in Hackney-road, and Hoxlon. Sinre the Institution was first opened in the year ISOfl, there have been admitted 884 Females, and 355 Males, and a way offered for their return from vice and misery to virtue and cunifurl.-A Refuge wherein they are wilhdrawn from Ihe paths of vice, are taught to renounce iheir furiner hnhiis, Jo pursue industrious employments, to form resolnliout of refurmation, and iu become hunesi and virluaut laeffihrrt of society, it now afforded In a coRstaut succession of Sixty Young Persons of each sex, who would otherwise be ex-poaed to all tbe bitter consequences of want anil crime. ROBERT CROSBY, Secretary, 36, Hoxton-tquare. LAW BOOKS PUBLISHED THIS DAY, Printed f..r HENRY BUTTERWORTH, Liw Boi.kseller, 7, Fleet.street, between the Temple Gales. HALE'S COMMON L^W, SIXTH EDITION, By MR. SERJEANT RUNNINGTON. Ill roy�l Svo. price II. lOa. in busrds, T^HE HISTORY ofTHE COMVION LAW 1   of ENGLAND, and an ANALYSIS of the CIVIL PART of the LAW.   By Sir Matliew Hale    The Sixth Eilitiun, with additional Notes. References, and some Ac. rouul of ihe Life of Ihc Author, by Charles Ruuiiinglon, 'Serjeant at Law. RUNNINGTON ON  EJECTMENT, SECOND EDI-TION, by WILLIAM BALLANTINE, Esq. Iu royal 8eo. price I/. Is. in boards. The HISTORY, PRINCIPLE'S, and PRACTICE (Ancient and Modern) of Ihe LEGAL REMEDY liy FJECT-l\IENT; and tbe resulting Action for .Mesne Piofiis, Ihe Evidence in general necessary lo sustain and defend them. With an Appendix, illustrative of tbe Subject.   By Charles Rnniiingtun, Esq S. rjeanlal Law.   The .Second Edition, considerably enlarged and improved.   By Wm. Ballauliue, Esq. of the Inner Temple, Birrister al Lhw. BROWN'S REPORTS IN CHANCERY, FIFTH EUiriON, by ROBERT  BELT, Esq. In royal 8vu Vnls. I. and 11. price 2/ 6 i>eph Chilly, Esq. of l)ie Middle Triupte, gar* rister at Law. MANOR AND MARKET TOLLS. In 8��. price 4s. sewed. The CA.SE of DEWi; r. SAMukuS, tried at tbe Attiaes held at Abiugdon, in the Ciiunty of Berkvo" Friday, the 14lb of July, 1818, lelaling lu a Toll claimed ||y lh� (;orpu. ration uf Newbury. Tu^ which it added, the PuFPiaeiitary JEvidriicr pruduiml OH tl|e (rial| A'ilb Obiertrationt oii iIk La!r.vr�lark T>i�ttoi�lli;d S'oll.Tiuugh and. TwllTralerse. ' GUI)yQHALL, iOHDQIf, npHE ClOMMITT-EE f r April inst. atTwelv�|t'Clut:k    9vop. to LET by PO^BLIC At'CTliE>N, v , , * . A BUI b-OlNG LEASE for �r VMri, ttM Ml*i�mm�f Day next, of a PLEGE of GftOj^|) �fi l^e East lidf fit Diike-street, AWgaie, and on Ihe tjBat aiid Nostb aides of Maiiovrr-conrI, H^hi3Mllctr, UtiltMji. ' � ' The Plan of Ihe'raiil Gtronud, mail the dondilioiii lor leiiing Ihe same, iniy he seen i^^th� mean lime at the' Office of Works, Guildhall. V J08. Btr�I!NAN, Comptroiler. DEiilRABl.E COONTRY RESIDENCE.I FOUR MtL^ FROM/TPB 8i)tAL EX^H.A^fU:. Pleasantly silujiied at New Cniaa^ Surrey^ nt^fr. ihe �fd of Perkham lane, iu Ibe high i|H4 to Graeawicb, Black-heath,'&c.  .'f.^r T^HIi .L^A.SE TO ei^OLD of a nrtt �nd . cummodio^a DW^LM^jte.p6$8t >B the Ci)llag� Sl}le ; comprising iilir'ni ij  me are wandering abual at no great dtataoce from their places of abode, shunning Ibe constables and military; and others hare not been heard uf since ihe night of Ihe Grange Moor meeting, Uu Weclnrsdiiy, four brulhera. of the name uf lIutrhiuBOn, were apprehended at Dudworth. near Barnsley, along with a man named Sidduu,on a charge of havingallrDd-ed, armed, al Grange Moor. Aiiolliei man was arrested by a party of yeomanry and soldlrrt, and evinced great fear on being taken ; he ia said to have made impoiiant discloaures. Thumas Fe.-rimau, a person who has long been known as a viuleni Radical, and whose nieiilaraanily baa been doubted, li uneof tbe persons charged with atteiidingal Grange Moor; this credulous, doling, old man. baa for the preaent made his escape, bulg^l is expecied-that he will soon be traced and apprehended. He iarepreseatedlu have given way |u absolpie freiiiy on finding, when he arrived al the plaQt! where he expected lo meet the insurgent srmf, that he was duped aud betrayed. From the coiifeasions of several of the p*raona who have been taken into cualody, it appears certain that llie men who marched fium Barnsley had been amused wilb -the moat raarvelloua acruunts bf tho'force which was expected to jsin Ihem frum Huddersfield aud W�keficld, aa well as the Scotch army, whose tuccess waa spoken of as certain. On Thuraday evening, three of the |>eraons who had absconded frum Barnsley, William Rice, John'Birkiiishaw, and John Ferrimaii (Ihe sun uf Tbuinas Ferrimau), were brought to that town in Ihe'cuslbdy of Mr. Hopwooil, the coiialable of Baiiialey, who had. liilluwed them iulu Lanca, �hire, and arrested them Iherea The tuwn and neigbhuurbuod df'Hbddrrsfietd have beei) prrferlly tranquil since oror last; l>Ut frjiquertt arrests are slill taking place. On Wednesday sisliersiAispassed ibruugb this place tu York Castle, where they had been conimitled by tbe Huddersfield Alagistrates, on charges coniiectied willr-IIre rising aud assembly al Grange MoOr, '8ii(| al other placet, '{"beir uainet were-Benjamin Rugera anil Julm Vallaiice, of jRitruslry; -.J^met Flowers ami Juaepbtibapel.nf Uiniworilh; Ifuhu Peaciipk.of Mirijeld; audj^brchamjackaou, of MuHld preen, near Hnilderslietd. Wakefield has reinaini^id quite peaceable in Ihe mldst'of Ihe agilaliuDS in the snrrui>iiceMings uf a.|m�n, wlni is said to bnye-been activeufdate jo eUciliiig lliejienple iu the inauufacliiriiig distrirls tu Inanrnklion, anil wliual the nli-luruflhal Paper Bua|.^cts pfbeill? ��|'S'- tl*is reprraebled as hiiviirg tirurlied as a weaver �\ Aiqmndbnry, near Huddrrs. fil-ld, ttnd'Bs having lieeu iinpritOHeil unrtrT-fhi!'8a  itrnik, arid lo bav^ lieen iuf uoimuniCatioii Vfie j>i>tice of Huddersfield, if not sritb'Qeii. Byii.i!^"''poi.i�ertil||g'(|;e latl e i>")>:lf tU lajr that it it not fact; and having made tome inquiries feam two Genlltmen^pf. very extensive acqaaintance with tlife i'ow� and neiglrhajubedlf of Uiidd?rafiel �litieuthercircumstancesiqrnlionrd arreillier wholly o* fwriially errnneons. Tliesc njay be snotw- grounds forihe suapicion ^hich ia enterlaiacd^ul He .do not &nd any evi-drnefev�hiclli''ca'n sapport ittiiii(eneral fenour of this aCeounl. W� alaleiiinou'r last thai a well-dresiiednan wasreporird lo baTC' vifiled Ibe different villages ia Ihe neighboarbuud of .Hjidders^eld, fur Ibe purpose of exciliog llic inhubitann ' Id tale up iirina^ but uii.jni|uiry we cannot trace ihiaslate. metit tu any aulhent^soaree, and we do nof find^etankjcliw Iw ih� oci^nal framrrs of Jbe general plan of riting^ . fjlMne alarm wat excited . in'HuddeisiM-ld tost Saltenfily nighl, l^y a Grqllemao belonging lo.llie yrotnaiixy ;T(Urps baviug fired two sltula from hi* .{Harlem, at .the aonlh title of the'Markel.plare, in Hmlderafield, into the wTn#w8of Ihe George Inn, oil the opposite siile of Ihe aquare, inA b.y bia having fircd.^thitewn-agurereBeclad byamirror in his apaclmenlt^'hwlil apueared, n inquiry, thai the watching ' and anxiety tu wuich he bad beeu awbjeel, al'ing witl| the >ntht�ii>emher�  mhtf-'HM :ib�t, li^U^itt Cli*r�>ihti|>py ntuaiimi. M' ' nitled ibe excettss wbi�h bad acctsioued ibe alacot- GRAND PROCESSION, C. C. Cavendish, Esq. late Candidate for the county of Sussex, uiade a brilliant etitry into Coni|>tou>place jresterduy ze'iiuigbt, acuomimnird by a iiutneroiis body of freeholders and others. The l^eneciil rendesvout for as^enibling was at the Lamb Inn, Ex'tbourii, where fjenlleipen frotn various parts of the neighbourhood astfembled at about one o'clock. As the party arrived, they were marched off under the tnpeiintendance of a Commitlee, by pairs. At two o'clock the number of persons as-sembled, both foot and horsie, may b� estiinated at considerably above two ibousHnd. At abiiut a qiiarter>past two, trumpets announced the aporoach of Lady Cavetidiih and her amiable family, wha were leaving Coropton-place for Horse Bridge, in order lo welcome the arrival of that branch of thei; worthy family that appeared to be the idol of the day ; fur a� to business at ExDtbourn on this day, it was totally oat of the question ; the shops were shut up: and it appeared, as if by one voice, that the whole population of the neighbourhood had set it apart for a day of rejoicing, good-will, and perfect harmony ! As soon at Lady Cavendish and family arrived near the Liirab Inn, the whole of the prncessum moved forward, headed by an excellent band of at least forty mu>icii>ns, with a great number of banners and flags, carried principally by geiitlemeu oo horseback. Titit prp�:ettion continued for i^bout three quarters ,i>f a mile out of Easibooru oo the road to-wurcts Horse Bridge, when the musicians opened right and left, contiiiuilig to play while the carriage with Cady Cuveiidish, anil the Committee ott barte- *w^1t)d"ol^^rn iii]^S��ni^^Wif^ Cavendirh, when a sight presented it^eff inost .gratifying to every beliolder ; in fact, it is impossible for the pen ta describe the feelings of every person present. At the assembled mullitude advanced, I discovered that the procession was .as follows:- Two trumpeiert in front, then a band of about 30 musicians, Gefilleaien on'liQrteback with baniiert and flag', followed by upwards of 200 Gentlemen on hnr^eback (principally freeholders of the neighbourhood), two and two; then followed other Geno tleti;en on hort^back .with b^nueri'^ then a tec.ond band with upwurdt of, 20 musicians, with white boys on each side, carrying white wands ; then a venerable and very' res|irctable freeholder (seventy-fix year* of age.}, carryiiig an appropriate banner for the occasion ; - then followed the carriage with C..C. Cavendish, E�q. drawn by upwards of on^ hundred of the populace, with the Commiiteeof 19 Gentlemen riding on each side, carrying flags; then fullonrd a carriage with Ihe amiable Lady, Mrs.., and Miss Cavendish, and varloos other carriages lo cumpUte the procession. The whole of the cavalcade reached upwards of half B mile: and the population, at this time, wa� estimated at nearly (iye thousand. The procession commenced at about four o'cluck, end was continued lo the extreme part of Southbnurn, au(ii,wat not ended until nearly six o'clot-k, when tiu- carriage waa drawn up in front of Coinpton-place, from whence. Mr. Cavendish addressed the multitude in a neat aud .appro� priate speech, which wai received with repeated cheert from the populace. He declared that (which Wat evident lo every one near hitti) hit feelings were loo much overpowered to give utterance in a manner that he could have wished, Theaffabk and Coiidescriiiliiig manner* of Lady Cavendish and the rest of Iter family were universally admired by every one present. The house aud premises were tiiruwn open lo every'one-no distinction at to rich or poor--every person wag treated wtlb that hbrralily that cannot easily be erased from tlie memory. Bring an eye-witnes* of the whole of the proceedings, 1 cannut ditqatu the subject without remarking, that tlie palile attention ou the part pf ihe ervants of the houtehpld tq the iSiaiforls qf ttie iiuiidrtuls that they had tnattend uppn^ gaiuef) tjirin much credit, and was frequently highly s|M>keii of. Ai'ahuut seven dancing commenced oq various parlt of llie lawn iu {ront of the houte, which was kept up unlil the females found th^t the warmth ul the (\ny had departed, leaving them exposed to the cir>lliiig dewa that their own exertions might have suffered ir'oiii. The true apiritof freeilnni then coqyiiieticed: the wine flawed iii buini�-rs to many loyalund appropriate taaita qhtil pasMeu. when it wai fountt advtsable lo retire. .Wiih.suek a concuurie Of people there li^ver was a meeting that, went off with more harmmiy and gtMnUwill lliaii the one alluded to. . HapptiMWa appeared, tu dwell ill the connlenaoce of>every one, rich and puor, Tniscirciiinilance it a iH>t[cliy at EtsiltoHfii; bm suvU ia the effect it baa on the Uii^ids tbe prople, Ibote that m�y live fifty year* iiiiiice Will reinent'ier theday with delightj - . L�d; U�v�:iid)>t>, deiitniw of mikl(�>K the.l.adiea ba|ipy,,vefy politely gave a Ml� C!oiu|iiaii-pUce� t�.wti)cU.tiic wtiole of the te�|M^lable |ieo|i(e lu Jl>e ei|;iib�uit>uuij wltc Virited. The dgiuiiud h'fiuk. at E 0"'^>f "�� g'M.*- ft Monday, tli�,t "rffi-cient cuuld not be prot-iired for a waicli ribbai d. FltlTUSa PARTICVI-ARS. The ball took place iit a very lar^-e rrwim. raH. d Ihe steward's room. The party aweniMed at�'i:i eii^ht o'clock, and aoon a(ti-r commetx *�l ili�ii -di�h Aoon selected a partner, and in a sKofi linie ut'ierwards Mr.R. B, Stone, one of the Co'ininttie*, hiltl the hoiiAur lo lead Miss Carolin*- ii�w>i h�-r Hr�t (laiice; Mr. John Fielder, and Mr. 0'liil , liud also Ihe honour of dHiictiig with Mim Caroli; e. The whole of the family mixed indiscrilni^raiHjy with Ihe company,-and ocCdsioiially eonvrrteit wirti ' them; indeed her Ladyship, and alt tfiefa'nilt, were extremely afftbleund Coiideicending, and studied,, by all the meaas i� their power, to iiiuke the _p�uy-^.bappyw Tbe tsaktly retired about iwelve 'o*ctock, when the fmrty was soon after-n>h>'ted iut'> the grand dioing-room, in the interior of the bous'e (>� iMoot supeeh room), where about lOO persons a^t down ta a very elegant supper, consisting of every atelicucy. Dancing was lesomed after supper Until u)>nut half-past three o'clock, when tliey aU departed highly graiitled. Tbe children of llm clianiy tclmui dined at Compioi9>.place ou. Wednesday, and the servants had a hi>il in the cveniiig. TIHAL FOR HIGH TREASON. OLD RAILEX, Mov.t\r, Aran, 24. At nine o'clock this morning the Court of Special CoinmiMion resnmed the Slate tiialsi at ibe Old Bailey. The Court was yery thinly attended. Tne Commisjioners present ,weie-Cliief IJaron .RitH-ABDS, Mr. Justice RiCHARnsoN, aod .VJr. IJaroii Garrow. Whet) Ihe Drtaoner, Joint 'Ihumas Btunl, was put to the Bar, Mr. Shblton proceeded to call over the Jury list. The following,mere called, after some excuses had been admitted for others.:-. William Blaaaon, who waa challenged by Ihe Crowo. Richard Kmery, challenged b.y th� Cruwo. Stephen Garde, challenged by lite Crown. Tbomaa Braine, challenged by Ibe Prisoner. William Bniler, challenged by the Crowu. William Bent, challenged by Ihe Crown. ^ William Niirtun, challenged by the Prisoner. Alexander Barclay, aworn(after an allempi lucxciiat bii^ai. self aa having been on Ibe foratcv Jury:} Thomas Lester. fhallen^4 by Ibe PriafMier. Joaepli Sheffield, challeojjed by the Prthuier. Thomas Goodddld, sworn. ^ Joseph Haioes, challenged by Ihe Croivi^ Robert Stevenson, challeoged hy Ihe Cirow�. This geulleiQan coiBulaii:ed of bayiii){ been twire challenged, and desired leave to withdraw from hit attendance. The Court, begged it, to. be uudei-ctood ihatA chaHen^ mi^or lib retttoucii. Richard Blunt, ebnlleiiged by Ibe Prisoner. Isiac Gun, challenged hy the Prisoner. William Churehill, cballeogei) by Ibe Crowu. Tburoas Suffield Aldersey, sworn.-Thomas Wilkinson, cfaalleoged by the Prisuuat. Samuel Fish, challenged by the Prisoner. Eilward Coloridge, challenged by tlie Cruotu.. WilliaM Shore, cballeuged by Ibe Crown. ' James Herherl, aworn. John SI>uler,.s�rr. Thomas Dickt, clialicaged .l>y the Crwir. TlHtmas Wood, rballeugeil by i|ie Prisoner. James'Gaiet, challenge.i by the GriiVa. RubfTt Wells, cUlleuged by Ihe Chrwn. E>ltfard Bracehridge, challenged by^llie Crown,  ' John Jonet, ch'  the Prunru.-    . Thumas Harby. challeugeU by the Prisoner.    . �William Jarrell, cUalleuged byitie Prisuuer, Juhn Bunting, challenged by the Cruwp.' William Dawet, cballeoged by the rt^soner. William Couper. challengedhyjlhe PriMiaer. Christopher Qowsun, challenged hy the-Crown. William James Fariper.cballeiigeil by the Pfitooer, Bavid Newman, challenged by the Cro�>u.    ' George Thorpe,ebaileuaed by Ihe Crown. Francis Sbetbuurue, challeaged by4he i'lisontr. Eilward Simpsuu, challfuged by Ibe Pru-uii.i. -. William Davies, rbollrnged by the Crowi.. f^icbard Franks, cballeniifed by Ihe Crowa. Thpttiait tangivy, chalUhgtd by tha pviwor Jut^irSmilh,  .Wood�aid,ti>�>u. . - TbiVty-lWee \�efe challenge-l by the Cmarn, ami tbirly-elght by the prisoner. Tlie l��l*r bad iflittl. Iciigedilie entire uiiinBrtilloiWtHinitt'by Wwf^, ' ^ At ten .minutes pasi |eii �..'sl/"is-ii . thf 4Hfflf*,M !a whosa uainc* iteiirn it aiincxci^i ��ire;pufc qpoiv liie Jury.,,and the Geiitlri�eu,�Wo ws re tHi|t�owu�-d ki\\X nut tivttrti^ obtaiued lei?e' b de(thrt a%ti| AVftfpeiii Tile'indictment agwait the pntonet fur Hiiih   

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