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British Press (Newspaper) - May 2, 1820, London, Middlesex NuMBiiK 5430. _LON|5^^ Tll^AY, lyiAY 2, 1820. KIN(?S THEATRE. THIS EVENING, TUESDAY. M�.v 2, villi br pprf'Tmed Mozart's Giaml Opera, eiitilleil IL FLAUTO MAGICO. AfliT ^vlli^�ll. firsl lime this wason, vlie favm.rite Ballet of l,K MARCHANO IVI'SCLAVK.S. A new iriau'l Ballet is ill riliiMr��l, hikI will lie sjnnlily THEATfiKMOYAL, DHUHY-LANB. Uns KVEMNG, TaESDA:V, May 2. liis Mnjesly's Serraiils will perform the Tragedy of KINd LEAR. tviiiff l.far. Mr. Keaii; Diilce of Biirsuudy, Mr. Tliomp-iii>u-, UuWr ..rCoriiwall, Mr.;Vei)ley Duke of All>:iiiy, Mr. Bernard ; i:�rrl of Ulo'eler, Mr. Hollnnd ; Earl of Kent, Mr. I'mie; F.d|;ar, Mr. Rac-, Edmotid, Mr. Hamblia. Goiioril, Mrs. Glover; Uegan, Mrs. RobinsoH ; Cordelia, Mrs, W. West. To which will headded, 15th time, ji Broad Farcical Paiito-mimiral Drama, in |wo acU, enlilled, SHAKSPEAKE VEIiSUS HAKLEQUfN, Harle^I.iss Purtjf^'^ The Doors wiH be opened at Half-pa.s Brnnton ; Louison, Miss M.Tree. Aflcr^vhich the Farce of LOVE, LAW, AND PHYSIC. Dr. Camphor, Mr. Blancbard; Flexible, Mr.Yates; Litbin 1.01;, Mr. Li.fiuii; Amlrew, Mr. Emery. Mrs. Hilary, Mrs. tiiWIw; Laora, ,Mis. Sterling' A Fnvaie Uiix. may be h�l for the season, or nij.'hily, of Mr Br.inilon, at tlie Box office. To-morrow, fimt lime, a new Dramatic Piece, in three iris, call�l M>iuloni, or The Phiulom-The Marriage of Fii;aro-and l^oo Late for Dinner. MERINO SOCIETY. rr^HE next ANNUAL SHOW of SHEEP, B. WOOL, CLOTH, and YARN, will l.c on WED.N J-.S-D.A.Y and THURSDAY, the lOtli and lllh of .May, at Sad-lii's Yard, in Goswell-streel; and the Society will Dine at ^VermaRons* Tavern imi the lltii iVLay, at Five o'Cli�ck, wht'ii tlic t'i)lliiwiuE; Prizes will be awarded:- Preininm'of Twenty-five Guineas, offered by the Riirht Mi>n. Sir Joseph Banks, for Ibe largest p.urebase of Merino ^Voul. Premium of Twenty Guineas, offered by Wm. Ghrimes, Jan. EsW OPEN, .It ihe (JreaX Rooms, 1(1, Old Bund-ntrcet, opposite Sloffilrdslieit, from Nine till DuVk. Admiilance Is.-Catalogue Sd. OPERA. CHOICE of �e�erHl, rxcvlWut BOXES i>t the J. n KING'.S THEATRE, araonijst which i> one on Hie ffionnd, or principal tier, one iinmediHicly over it, and one in the cenire i.f the Pit, Jor the allernale weiks or the seasiin, at SAMS's, Ewksellei-lo hi� Royal Hiehnesa Ihc Diike of York, Nil. 1, St. Jamea's-slreet ; of whom also in.iy be had. Boxes and single Tickels for the nizht. CHARLES WRIGHT, Colm,mi,le. Hav-market (next to the. Kinit'a Theatre), l^iodon, ami Sussex-street, Grand Pariide, Rrightmi, respectfully iuforms Ihe Nobility diiil Public, tliat lie has NOW ONSALlJ, CHA.MJ'AGKliS, sjiarkliiii; ai)d creaming red and white: CLARETS: Ohalesia Margol, Lifille, Lalour: SAU-TEIINE, BARSAC, and every other dehcription of French and other Wines ^Isu that hi(bly-estceined and -fniihiiui-able dessert Wine, FLORENCE, in Bask!.; all of hisr own imporlaiion, and will he warranted of the first qualities, Buil at Ihewost red.iic�l pr4ces. . - GENUINE WINES. COATES aiiti CO. resppcir�lly iiiform their nmnerous Friends, the Nobility, Gentry, and Publir, that besides their general STOCK of WINES aud SPIIUrS, they have ou sile Ihe uuder-meutioiied Goods, which they are enabled ' strongly to recommend at the foU luwios low prices Fine old crusted Port..................48s. per doz. S.ift old Sherry........................44 Finest pale Aniontitladu, ditto.......... (Jenuiiie old b.illled Claret..............63 75 Very choice Sauterne, 1808 vinlaj;e......84 Superior Cape Madeiras................24 26 Curious auf Cape Wines on the lowest terms, byihe pipe, hogshead,or half hogshead ; Ctiampaigue, Burgnnily. and Hermitage, of first growths. Buttles and Hampers, 4s. per doZi n.-18, Adam-street, AlJplphi, Loudon. TARCHED LACE being frequently sold Ultl.lNG'S LACF,, Ihe Pateiilees respectfully tjuard the Public agaiiisl this illegal practice, as starching will ten-diT coaimiin Lace tolerably clear for the moment, though a single Wiishiug detects it* rough and bbrous properties. The geiiniiie Arlicle remains pirfeclly clear to the last, is infinitely mure durable, and may ja^liy be compared lo any Foreign Lace.whatever. URLING'S LACE is invarinhly sealed with the Patentee's initials, "G, I' V. and Co." and lt:e uords, "By the Queen's auilioiily." Wholesale and Retail Lace House,392, Strand, o|i{iiisi Ie Ceeil-slreul. N.B.-.Slaiched Lace m.iy frequently ha delected by holdini; it up tu the light, when the fibres will be paitially visible. B11 rr 1S H MANUFACTURE. SHEARS havtiii; invented LE CREPE CHINOIS, an Article of au entire new construction and singular elegance for Dresses, ic. respectfully solicits Lailies to inspect the aliQve, with a large variety of other new Articb's, manufactured expressly for the present Season, which he pledges bimself lo offer, for Ready Money, on Terms superior to any Establishment in the Metropolis. Paris Crapes, Gros de Naples, Levantines, Ducapes, Taf-falys, Washing Silks, Striped Sarsuets, Poplins, Lustres, Gauzes, Velvets, &c. &c. Al^Y NEXI^^^he 6lh May. 1820 ,. ' The Rig1it*H3xi."*JB&R�fi- M.P. John Spottiswoode, Esq. Andrew Spottiswoode, Esq. Right Hon. N. Vansittart, Chancellor of Ihe Exchequer i Frederick Webb, Esq. t Six o'clock precisely. DOG MEDICINES. [LAINE'S MEDICINES for the DIS--J TEMPER, and those for most of tbe DISEASES of DOGS, continue to be prepared and sold by the Pro-piieior, VV. YOU ATT (late Blaine and Yoiiall), Velerinary Surgeon, 3, Nassau-street, Middlesex Hospital.-They are iiUo sold by Buusey and Sous, 4, Old Broad-street; Barclay and Suns, 95, Ffeel-markel ; and nil,Medicine Veiidcr�. Likewise, BLAINE'S GENUINE HORSE .MEDICINES. Advice as usual on the Diseases of Animals.-^Mr. Ydiialf has IdlelycmBclcteU a aew aud improved Hospital forDogsi' EW SILKS. - A (ileiidid �ew ArlicW in .'^II.K, suitable for Peliss-es and Spencers, admitted to reject llie grc-ntest cr-edtt on the itrilish Artist; also, the f.'uifage Crapes, a new niaterial fur moiuiiig dresses, are sold exclii.ively by S. LEWIS, at the Golden Eagle, 29, lleiirielta-street, Covent-gardeii. Also a great variety of new tigineil Durapes and Silks of all descriptions, the best i}iialily, in Italian nets, at 2ti. fid. per yarrl; tine hunihi-ziiiiv, 2.-i.; guoil hJaek satin, -1.^. fid.; ricii white ditio for i.r.sses, fts.tiil ; poplins, 2s. lOil. S. 1. Iieiiig ill lerinined to deal for ready money only, respectfully Milieits Ladies ti* iusjiect his Stork, as so tho. runglily gmul and fashiunable a Stock was never before offered on such low terms. No paticrns cut. HE ESSENCE of PEARL and PEARL DltTNTlFRlCE, invented by the late Jacob Hemet, Dentist to the Royal Family, have been proved by long *x-perieiice li> gieally exrel, both in elegance and efficacy, every other preparation fur the Teetl, and Gums ; they ef. fectually )ireserve the Teeth in a.sound slate even, to old age,-render tlicin while aud beautiful without impairing the tHiamel, faste� such as are loose, and keep such as are ite-cayed from becoming worse. They likewise render the bruaih ilelicately sweet, prevent the Tooih-Aclie, perfectly cure the Scui*vy in theGuins, aiiil make them grow firm and close to Ihe Teeth.-The Essence is particularly recommended lo Parents and Persnus who have the care of Children as the greatest preservative of young and tendsr Teeth. None are gcnwine but what have the wonla, " J. Hemet, Bayley and Blew, Cockspur-sti-cet," engraved in the Stamp. Price 2s. 9d. each, BAY LEY'S TRUE ESSENTIAL SALT of LEMONS, fur taking Ink Spots and Stains out of Lace and Liuen. Tha genuine is signed " W. Bayley" on the Box and Wrapper. Also his SCOURING DROPS, for taking Grease out of Sift, Stuff, Woollen Cloth, &c, price Is. each. VERITABLE PO.M.UADE DIVINE, price 3s. 6d. tbe glass. Sold, Wholesale and Retail, by Bayley aud Blew, Per-fiinirri, Cockspur-street, London. ^PRING ADVICE-Experience |m Ciiliy 1^ ettahlislied thj iiolicy of taking at this season of the year au aperient Medicine, that will not only act on the Bowels, but aUo no the Liver hud Ciinslitntion. Such a physic is the BENGAL ANTIBILIOUS PILLS, which, iiy carrying off Bile, correcting the Secretions, and purifying the Blond, will effectually prevent erruptign and other dis. eases of the Skin,and protect the system against those com-pjaiuts of the heart, �cc. which occur during sumnier aud. antuniii. Ur. IJrichet, of Paris, in his Treatise on Apa-pleky, highly recnmiiieiuls these Pills, as a must eifectiiitl rrtliedy fur relieving the beati, and preventing Apoplexy; Asa corrector of Bile mid tbe digestive i.rgaiis, lung experience in the East Indirs, and lu this coilntry, ondier tbe direction tit' au eminent Phyaician, baa proved tbem to be an invaluable diecovely. To prevent imposition, the sale of these Pills iscooBned to Mr. Singer, 150, Oxford st'rijet; Mr. Harris, corner of* >jt. Paul's C'liurcl|,yard; I'O, i Piccadilly, apposite. .BoniU; , Bireet; and the Medical [Ull, opposite theCI)urchiuBreut.i; * fordi Ample ilireClioiis accompany each boxi Tickets, one guinea each, to he bad of Ihe Stewards; at tbe Hall, Craue-court, Fleet-sfrcet; anil at Ibe Bar of the Tavern. ROBERT AULD, Sec. On Monday next will be published, handsomely printed in 4to. and illustrated with a Map and otb^ Engravings, price 2L 2s. hoards, 'bMIAVELS 111 BRAZIL, dttfing the Yeiirs JL 1815, 1816, and 1817. By Prince MAXIMILIAN, of Nenwied. This work will he found lo be one of the most important that ha) yet appeared respecting Ibis interesting, bnt hitherto imperfectly known country. The Prince has examined the totally unknown regions along the East Coast of Brazil, between ihe 13th and 23d degrees of South Latitude, which had not yet been penetrated into by any traveller, with a. scientific view ; and with bis numerous and important zoological observations, he has connected jhe most interesting particulars respecting Ihe nature of the country, aud the manners of the inhabitants. Printed for Henry Culburu and Co. Conduit-street. This day is published, price la. HE PLAIN ENGLISHMAN's LIBRARY, No. IV.-It will contain the following Original Articles:-Lecture on the Bible, Prophecy Life of Cranmer; -Conversation on the Times;^�On Caiiiils;-F-The Mouth of March;-On Bees;-On the Dog;-.Monthly Retrospect of Public Affairs. Thi.4 Periodical Work is intended for the information of tbe more instructed of Ibe Labouring Classes. It unites Selections from our best Authors, with Original Composi-lions; each calculated to prove tbe truth or suggest Ihe practice of Christianity-to establish tbe principles of real Patriotism-aud lu place useful Knowledge aud rational Eaterlainment within the reach of the .most humble. London: Published by John Hatchard and Son, Picca. dilly; and C. Knight and Son, Windsor; and may be had of all Bookselleis. EPERTORY of ARTS, ^tANUFAC- TURES, abd AGRICULTURE, No. 216, �jntains Specifications of Mr. Taylor's. Patent Refrigerator, .Mr. Gordon's Portable Gas Lamp, Mr. Wood's,Clarionet, aud Mr. Smith's^'for Colopi-s; Description of a' Pump for condensing Q��, by D. Gordon, Esq.; of an inVertcd Spring Pendolnni; Mr. Mnlam's Mode of setting Gas Retorts; tbe importaiit'Paper {he Cn'lturcr of Turnip*, by S. W. Hall, Esq.GOAcliided; with other interesting Papers, nans, lations from Foreign Works, Lists of Patents and Copperplates, as usual. This Work is published monthly, in Numbers, six of which constiinte a Volume; and is the only Work which publishes Ihe Specifications of Patents verbatim; as enrolled in Chancery, with arcnrate Engravings of the Drawings. Published by Sherwood and Co. Paleruoster-row; and lo be had of all other Booksellers. This day is pnblisbed, THE .53d Number of THE MONTHLY GAZETTE OF HEALTH, \ince Is. co'ntiioing a most cruel case of confinement of a youdg itiarfied l-ady ju a Mad-house, under the pretext of insanity-Obstinate cases of Tic Doloreux cured by IheCarbdHate of Iron-The best known means of preventing and curing Diseases of Infants and Children-Remedies fur Scrofula', Hooping Cough,Consumption, kc.-Dr.Barron'sHydalical Fancies- Soporific Effects of Dr. Scndamure's Books, and the dropsical condition of ihe New Edition-AnimalMagnetism, and the Magnetic Dance, with the Cane and Wig, .practised by some enlightened Physicians uu Ihe Continent-Biographical Sketch of Dr. Stanger-Composition of Dixon's, Speediman's, Anderson's, and Hooper's Pills, by Dr. Paris- 'l*be Editor of a Quarterly Medical Journal ordered tO school again by the College of Physicians, kc, &c. &c. Sold by Sherwood aud Co. Pateruosler.row ; Ihe Medical Hall, 170, Piccadilly, opposite Bond street, and the Church in New Brentford; and by all respectable libobsellers in tbe Kingdom. PIERCE'S MEMOIR OF THE LATE KING. This day is published, neatly printed in 18mo. price 2s 6J. ACONCISE BIOGRAPHICAL iViEVlOIR of his lale MAJESTY. GEORGE tbe THIRD, com-prising an Epitome of the Important Events which characterised his long and interestiog Reign; also au Account of his Lying in State at Windsor, the Procession, and other So-lemnities observed at Ihe Royal Funeral; with numerous Texts and Extracts from the Sermons delivcreil by the Clergy in the Metropolis, upon Ihe Day of Interment. Likewise a copious Collection of Royal A necdoles, respecting his Virtues, Religious Qualities, Talents, Munificence, Patriotism, &c.; with Fac-similes of bis Hand-writing: to which ii added, li jpreal variety of Original Poetry, vritteo since his Demise. By E. PIERCE, Esq. London: Sold by Sherwood, Neely, aud Jones, Paternos-4| tei'-row, and all Booksellers. This dav is published, LACKWOOU'S' EDINBURGH MAGA- ZINF., No. XXXVII. for APRIL 1820. Contents :-I. ^Francis Chantry, Sculptor.-2. The Warder. No. VI. Speech of Ihe Right Honourable George Canning, at the Liverpool Dinner, given, io celebration of his re-election-3. Letters of a LiberafWhig, No. ill.-4. Selections from Ihe St. Priest MSS. No. tl.-5. The Rape of Proserpine.-6. On Songs and Snug Writers__7. Elegies.- 8. A Winter Mornlug.-9. The Snow .Slurroi-10. Moods of the Mind. No. 1. Despondency; a Reverie. No. H. The Woodland Glen, No. UL The Isle of Despair; a Vision - II. Recollections. No. IV. Mark Macrabin, Ibe Camrro-iiiaii. Adventure with the Gipsies.--12. Letter, from a Proprietor of SI. Andrew's-square, relative to the proposed Alonumeiit for Lord Melville.-13. Professoti Brown's Outlines of Ihe Pbilosopjjy'of (he Mind.-14. SlanzaS) wrilten upon Robert, tbe -Son of Captain S. Shaw, a child Aire years of age; by James Crussley,'^(|'-^lHN WALPOLE XTltDS, E�|. Of Gray't^lno, Bairislerat Law: Ltintion: Printed for U. Pheney, Law Bookseller, Inner-' Teinple�lane, t'leet-sltcet. Of whom ntay be hiid by the s;ime Author, price 10s. 6il. in boards, -A DIGEST oflheRnlesapd Practice as to Inlerrogaturiesi ' for the examinalions of Witnesses in Coui-ts of �q(iily and Common Law, with Precedenii. THE BEAUTIES OF ENGLAND AND WALES, Now selling in separate Counties. SUCH Genllemen as are desirous of a complete Topographical, Historical, and Biographical Description of any particular County, rendered of prominent interest in Ibeir esteem by birth, fesideiice, or the possession of property, are respectfully informed, their wish may now begfratifircl. Whilst publishing this Work (lo which the labours of numerous persons have been dedicated for seventeen years, and Ihe expense of which exceeds 50,000/.) ibc Plates were scattered indiscriminately throughout the different Volames. Thus, though the Leller-press might be procured, every individual County was incomplete, in regard lo illustrative Engravings. Each County irs bow submitted lo the public in a separate and complete form; tbe respective Plates occupying the situations for which they were originally designed, and a Alap being prefixed to each Volume. The following Li�l contains the Prices of the Counties, and the Number of Plates with which each is illustrated, l^iz. Just published, THE TRIAL of ARTHUR THTSTLRi WOOD for fllGH TREASON, with buls; containing the whole of the Evidence lipon which he was r.innil Guilty; and the principal Particiilars which led to Ihe Cnn-viction of Ihe other Prisoners. Price One Shilliug. Printed and pnblislied by Grove mid Co. No. 1, Leicrster-square; aud inay be had of all Boiiksellers. Also, New Ediii.ina of , IVANHOE; or, the Jew's Daughter. By Thomas Dibdiii; price 2s. 6il. THE QEEEN IN THE MOON. THE POLITICAL QUEEN THAT JACK UWE.S. THE THEATRICAL HOUSE THAT JACK RUIl.T. THE POLITICAL DOCtOR SYNTAX : with Tlyrieeir Cuts each.-Price One Shilling each. N.B.-Please to ask for Grove's Trial of Thistlewiu.d, &c. � s. d. 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Cowie,. Pj>ul(ry; of .whom a few Sets of the Entire Work may still be had, in 26 volitines, in-.cludjug *' The lulruductiun,". pric^ 31f.6s. 6d. in boards, in demy 8vo^ 4nd-50/i, in royal 8vo. �,* Persons desirous of further illustrating Ihe " Beauties,"- are respectfully referred-to a Work-nOw pnblishiiig by SUej-w�odau4 C�'.enlilled "VJewftofi the Seatii ofi'Noble^ ime)i.|ind Gejillpipen,,,in England, Wales^Scotlandt and Irejaud, froin Dr^wiiigs majl^ by^^lr. Nealf;'' inwh.ich.no View will be iutroduced thai has already been given iu " The BeuuViBsof tinglsUil and Wales." - i 1 ... .I � f . � � ' � ' e Just published, pried Ss. neatly hinintj, AMONIERE'S NEW POCKET DICTIONARY, FRENCH and ENGLISH, aiid ENO-LISH and FRENCH. Revised by C. P. '.tHITAKER, Formerly of Ihe University of Gollingen. �* This work unites ihe advantages of porinbilily. of size and peculiar aftOracy, with unusual bolrlncss of type and beauty of printing; thus supplying an important desideratum i� this particular departmeni of lileralure. The high reputation which this Oietionary has ar(;titrerl. throughout the Continent of Europe, iinliiceil ^he !^lltur i� present it, in its present improved state, (o the iii>iiie uf Ihe British public. The volume coniaiiis 12,000 lines mure tbao any other Pocket Dictiouary. London: Printed for .Samilel Leigh, 18, Straud. IMPERIAL PARLIAMINT, HOUSE Of LORDS, Monoat, Ma+ i.  The Marquis of Downsuirg, Earl FlTZ\<^lf,-LlAM.aiid iht: Bishop of Hebefurd, took the untlii and their seats. The Lord Chancellob i-ead ihe gracibtis Ah-gwer of his Majesty to their Lordshi}}!"' Addre�9j VKhich was ordered lo be entered oil tlieir Journals. Mr. Irvine, froth the Custom (louse, presented au ucrouiit of the annual amount of ihe Revenue and Custoih^. Ml". MasseV prfeiiented certain accounts from tlie Insolvent DeDtor.' Court. Mr. Winchester, from ihe Post-Oflice, presenUil an account of the balance tetnaiiiing in tiie Imnds of the Deputy Pustiiiasler General, up to the 5ih Jantiarv last. On the motion of the Earl of Lauderdai.e, difi feienl accounts were ordered, shewiiii; ihc net produce of ihe Consolidated FumI, and the state of the Revenue at certain periods of former years. The Earl of SHAFTESBURY presented a Petition from ceit'lin Woollen iVlauufacturers at Norvfi'rii, prayinw for the repfal of the Bill of last Session, f,.r imposing a duty of 6d. a pound On tlie.impurtalioii of foreign wool,- Laid on the table.-Adjourned. HOUSE OF COMMONS, Monday, May 1. ANSWER TO THE ADDRESS. On the SfEAKElt's taking the Cliatr, a few minutes before four o'clock, he informed the Hoose, that this fioose had on Suturday last waitril on ilie King with the Address agreed to by the Honi*; in answer lo the Speet-h iron* the Throne, to whifli his Mi^esty had been grtietou&ly pleased to reitbrn . the Answer, which he should read. It was tO'llie following ettect :- " Gentlemen of the House op Commons-I retiirii you my warmest lhanks for Ibis your (ikyal and dulifuliAiil-dress. It gives me great satisfaction lo receive this assur. anceof your reverence for the memory of my beloved father, and ofattachtiieut to myself on this the first occasiosi of your assembling at tbe commencement of my reign. I assure you it will be my unremitting study to proinoti' IhS welfare aud happiness of attclaues of niy subjeclSf� ahil I confidently rely en your asslslance and support for Ibe joint attainment of this ubjcct, asalturding the surest nieaus under Providence of securing a prosperous and huppy reign.*' When some business of another descriptiou htii^ been gone ihroujjh-. The Chancellor of the Exchequer said, thai the House having heard his iVlajeMy'S must gracious Answer to the Address read from the Chair, he tliould move that an liumhle Addres he presented from this House to his Majesty, to return ilsnibst humble thuiiks for hin iMujesty** most gracious Answer to the Addresi.-The motion was' agreed lu, and the Aildress ordered lo be presenletl' in ihe usual nidnner. PAPERS. Mr. Irvine, from Ihe office of Inspector Gene, ral of sFvports lind Imports, presented certain returns, fe\'iive toTtsirtjj'add Navigation.-Laid on fhefable'V  " Johft^on, frffm the S'amp Office, presented ffivt^ootit of theh'et Itiilatic^s in the handSof'all distriilJittterS of Stamps in Great Britain, from itie ;

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