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   British Press (Newspaper) - May 8, 1820, London, Middlesex                                Number 5435. TUBATRE-ROYAL, drvry-lanb. THIS EVENING, MONDAY, May 8. hU Majesty's Serr^nti will perform the Tragedy of KING LEAR. Kititr Lnr, Mr. Kesii i Dokeor Biireundy, Mr.Thomp-oiij Dukeof Cornnrall, Mr. Penley; Oake of Alhnny, Mr. Barnard ; E�rl of Glo'ster, Mr. Holland ; Earl of Kent, Mr. IVpe; Edgar, Mr. Rae; EdmMiid, Mr. Harablin. Goiieiil, lAts. Glover; Regan, Mft. Egerton ; Cordelia, Mrs. W. West. To which will he added, 18lh time, a Broail Farcical Panto-mimiral Drama, in two arts, entitled SHAKSPEARE yEHSUS HARLEQUIN. Harlequin, Mr. Harley ; Corporil Bounce, Mr. Cowrll; 'SAsconade, Mr. Galiie; Joe Sni|), Mr. Muiiden ; Ahralum, Mr. Knight; Simo.-, Mr. Oxherry; Forge, Mr. Russell; Taffy, Mr. Hughes; Mercury, Mr. T. Cooke; First Jiislire, .Mr. Butler, nim. Snip. Mrs. Harlowe; Dolly Snip, Madame Testris; Sukry Chitierlin, Miss Porey. The Doors will be opened at Half-past Sbco'Cloek; the Terformaiirp will romrneuce precisely at Si-ven. Boxes 73.; Secoiiil Price Ss. �J - Pit As. 6.1.; Second Price 2s.-Ijiwer Gallery 23.; Second Price Is.-Upper Gal-Wy l�.; Seronil Price flJ. The B"x Office will be open from Eleven till Fiveo'Clock --Pliicrs lo be taken nf Mr. Rodwell. Box Book-keeper. To-morrow, King Lear, with Ella Roseuberj;. And KING LEAH every Evening until further Notice. THIiATltE-nOYAL, COVENT-GAItDEN. nnHIS EVENING, MONDAY, Mny 8. will ^    be acted, 12lh time, anew Musical Romance, called HENHI QUATHE; Or, PARLS IN THE OLDEN TIME. Henri, Mr. Macready ; Sully, Mr. Ei^erUni; General D*Au-TBoul, Mr. I'nwcetl ; Eugene de Biriiu, Mr. C. Kemble ; Fre. dcrick Si. Leon, Mr. Alibult ; O'Duunel, Mr. J. Johnstone (who i"! engaged at this Theatre); Moustache, Mr. Emery ; Gervais, Mr, Ournset; Jocrisse, .Mr. Lti^lon ; Pinceau, Mr. Blanchnrd. Florence St Leon, .Miss Stephen.'; Clotilde de Birun, Miss Brunton ; Louison, Miss M.Tree. After which, the Melo-dr.ima of THE MILLER AND HIS MEN. Grin.Ioff (the Miller), Mr. Farley; Count Frederick Fri-lierg, Mr. ronnor ; Karl, Mr. Blaochard ; Lolbair, Mr. Ab-liuli; Kelniar, Mr. Chapman. Claudiue, Miss Foole; Laurel!, Wri. Corii; Raviua, Mrs. Faucit. The Doors will lie opeued at Half-past Six o'clock, and the FIsy begin at Seveo. A Private Box may be had for the season, or nipbtly, of BJr. Ikandon, at the Box oflBcc. Tomorrow {by Special Desire), Henri Quatre, with the new P^inlointme. MR. MATHBWS  AT HOME. rB^IlI.S   EVENING,    .MONDAY,   May  8. SL, anfl on Mondays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, till the end of .May, AT THE THEATRE   ROYAL   ENGLISH   OPERA HOUSE, STRAND, \Vi1e41 be will have the honour of introducing bis Friends to his COUNTRY COUSINS. Boxes, Private Boxes, and Tickets, to be had of Mr. Stevenson, froii Ten till Four, at the Siraod Entrance, and at Fearman's Library, 170, Bond-street. SADLER'S WELLS THEATRE. r|^HIS EVENING. MONDAY, May 8. never acted, an entirely New Aqua-Melo-dramalic Sketch, called DONALD M'CLEAN, THE HIGHLAND ROBBER. In  whiih   will   he   represented the  11E4L   WATER Wi;.N Klty peculiar lo Ihi.i Theatre,  and Ihe wonderl'nl pi-iriinTiiinci8 of the Dog Bruiu ; preceded by the unprecc-iltiiiidlv pupuler New Melo-drame of Tllf-: MAN OF THE BLACK FOREST. Willi new Scenery, Music, Dresses, and Decorations. The oiher entertainments will consist of a new comic Ballet called, LOVERS ARTIFICE; And Comic Songs by Mr. Stebbinj, and Mr. Knight, from the Olympic'flieatre, bis first appearance here. To-morrow Evening a New Farce. Doors open at Half-past Five, begin at Half-past Six Pliir. s kept till Seven. Plares f.ir the Boxes may he taken of Mr. Stuck, at the Biix-Odice of the Theatre, every day from Tt-n till Four o-Qock. Boxes 48.-Pit 2�.-Gallery Is. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION. BY MR. SAUNDERS, Al Ills Great Room, No. 39, Fleet-street (by Order of the tvecumrs), THIS DAY, MONDAY, May 8, and Five r..lM>wiiig Days,,al IV.ilf-past Twelve o'clock precisely, rg^HK LIBRARY of Ttiomaa James Halfiel.l, .B.   F.-ii]. late of Manchester, deceased: containing many rare anil rnrious Works on Bihliogr.iphy, Poetry, Plays, AUUyniy, Facetiae, or Bunks "f Wit,  Drollery, and Imaei-iiaiioii J History, Anlir|uities, Typograpliy, Dictionaries,and Miscellaiiips; a fine Assemiilage ol'Aldine, Variorum, anil Raskervillc's Classics, many in Morocco, Russia, and Calf Bindings, and rn good preservation. Tube viewed on the mornings of Sale: and Catalogues hai!, price Is. each. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MR. EVANS, At bis House, No. 96, Pall Malt, on THURSDAY NEXT, May 11, TH E choice, valuable, and i\iWnA\A LI BRA RY of a highly dislingtiislied Afnaleur of Fashion, iii-cluilau; Tableau de la Reviilution Frauraise, 3 vols, plates, rnssia : Cnmpagnes de Bonaparte en llalie, Ibecopy pre. spiited by Bonaparte to ttliuat; ffiuvies ile Rousseau, !8 vols, larie paper, proofs before the leiiers, morocco; En-(yrlup^edia Brilaniiica, 20 vols, in rus.sia; Sirutt's Dresses, 'i vuU. splendidly hound in grctn morocco; Sliafcspeare, by Johnson and Sleevens, 15 vols, green morocco; Shiirpe's nriiish Classics, 21 vols, lar^e paper, riissia; Histoire de (ill Bias, 4 vols, proof's hefori; the lellirs; Bufi"oH, Histoire -N-lurelle, 127 vols. &c. fic. TO BE SOLD BV A('( TluN, Bi' MR. RYbtli, Without Kcscive, Al Ihe (hnk CofTee-house, faeinir ihe Bank, TO-MORROW iTiiesday), May 9, anil WEDNESDAY, May 10, \   LIBRARY of HOOKS, I'RINT.S, MAI'S, i -L a. Pair of fine PISTOLS, &c. the piuperly of a  Mei- , < liaiii, among which will be found the Luxembourg Gallery, I '111! Kuhens, finely engraved, Stowe's Lnnilon, Maillaml's j l-oiiiiiiii, Loudon Lameulalions, Lonilnn and its Environs, llonilauron's Antiquities, Piranesi's Antiquities of Rome, lveni,ei's History of Euglaiid, Burnett's Reformation, De-�Hl.liun of England, Ireland, anil SroiUnd, B. L. Dug-'i^if's Summary,  Du Halde's China, CEnvres de Buffou, EilM.bnrgh Rev'irw, AsialK  Researches, Palmerin of Eng. . I'nU, black letter, Bibliolhfca Spenceriana; also a large |  JUJ�l iiiiiioiilv successful wilh young people, who have the apjiearauce and air of old age ; who are pale, ellVminale, tii'iiniiihed, stupid, and even inibtcile ; who have an niter distaste for every thing, or are totally iiii-apaciialeti. The viiliies of the 1 Cor.lial BaliB of (Jilead are daily ileniouslralcd in eradi-caliiig the worst and most dangtrons symptoms of nrrvoiis debility ; and nnlhiiig has lenrled so much lo establish the fame of this medicine as its certain success in those complaints whirh strike their roots so Herp in the couslituliou, aud are so fatal to the hap[iiness of mankind Sold by Leigh. 18, Siraod;  Bacon, 150. Oxford-street; Butler, Cheapside; TntI, E\clntige ; and Ward, Holhorn. Price lis, each, or four in one l''ainilv Bollle, lor 33s. by which one lis. bollle is savti], with liie woi-ils Saml. Solomon, Liverpool," engraved on the .S'taiiip,-Round each bottle is wrapped a copious hill uf directions, coiilaiuing select illustrations of lis i liicary. DOG .MEUICINE-S. LAINE'S i\!KDU:iNE.S Cor llie DISTEMPER, and those lor must of the DISEASES of DOGS, coiilinn*' to he pn-p-iied nii>l suM by the Proprietor, W. YOUATT (laie illaine and Yonatl), V.-leriiia riMi|.btreel ; Bur. clay and Sons, 05, Fleet.mai ki-l ; and all .MeilTcliie Vettilcrs. Likewise, BLAINE'S GENUINE IIOK.SE .MEDICINES. Advi iitMniAiiiniyD�r'�iTiinr#tT�a ivofanirs.octilvo, �iUi, n ludeK, �mA4ia\i^t^>^t�, � .irior. 1i wllitfi are added TTireeTJi�s�^,,_j-nin^ Jesa^'?^i^ Mn 6*%\i^, apAKi �V' dJ^.Vu^r.lo.i(ietJ(.'iii<9^||^, t9'tf^i,�,fof,.�t)at.Soi(ere.ig� , U^^hfei aiMiJi^}pjl*(^^�t^^)io prepare fnjr^tboii^.Kil-,\�nt.iaffsn Vfcro�U^tUiiy,!i�, rtaiid hy^ th|e,.ivi� of .i\iton.btitn ^kiidn i�tMWftdee?l�,thejr,.h� |, p,ui:p;j��a*fe'-ch , Mdiiig,    .i�iey,;�^M,^ bebol4-� ihe IfrniW.^ imipro�ni!(^ait i�^�?fej�jid.ii^ei)! �M>�>fi''h�l (iie^bJe^U.ttf tfifiir. iM>aut^�.' jHe woaW: fi4-n,*-Jt to driM^ l�, tbe,�g.(;xe�t to? ibii. ln)�ma\50�i; tHffP t^ft^HM|en l^.lu-ciely, who displayed such'evident symptoms of tlie most respectable moral training, that, contrasted in the mind with the low and dangerous condition in which infantine misfortune had left them, gave an impression of mingled pleasate and mournful-iiess not easy to describe. This gratifying spectacle having closed, atid a humorous song Suiig by Mr. Webb- The Chairman said, that in giving the next toast, " The Mother of St. Patrick," they would want no recommendation of it to excite their enthusiasm. But they must permit him to recoin-nieiid them, in doing honour to it, not to forget ihe godsons and god-dailghters of tltal venerable (Rutroii. They had beheld b , and in dea'tb will be yonr greatest consolation."-(Loud applause.] The Mother of i,t. Patrick waa then drunk, wilh enthusiasm. The plales were then carried round, and a handsome amount received by the Stewards. Song by Mr. Webb. The Chairman then rose, and observed, that with feelings of gratification for the present, and of hopes for the future success of the Inititutioii, they were bound to mingle some recollection of those to whom that Institution was deeply imfebted for the promotion uf that success. It would ill become them on the first Anniversary after the Ipss of one, who, however to be regretted a/ a public loss to the country, was still a dearer (o^s to ihe Society, lo pass by tlie recollectioti' of his Koyul Highness the lale Duke ol' K.eiit, the earliest Patron of the (nstitulioii, and one Ion, to'tvliom the Society was one of the fondest objects of hia regard. At all early period of that Instaatioq, which was also ail eurly period of l^is life, ixewa* appoiut-ed by his Royal Father as the l^atTOij of that^ Iji-siitution. How diligently, bow Hiixicojily, how faithfully he had discharged his trnsl,'iuott uftltose present perhaps ituH v:iliiessed more Ircoueiit^y, hut none of them could be more uiixjous to acknowledge than himself (Mr, Caniiiiig),- (^Ipp/uuse.j-- 'I'rue It was lliHt where want was lo be rehevexl, wiiere good was lo be bestowed, wl)ere misery could be softened, or vice and wret);;lleilnes� (xt-e-veiited, thai llhistriuus Person wiis rea'ly at^ ti>? call of humanity. On any petition ol'^ ilislress be eiiteied the scene of affliction not only wtih ilje aid with whicli good uieii accompanied tlieir wi�he� liir the relief ol wrelchrUiieb�, hut tvilh active efforts, like ona who hu-l no oilier iilijert> or liu-ituesSitf^aii tliose of charit). In hiin the dilfosiou^ of goiidpes!* did not contrail iis etiVet, and wljiij? that. Listil.o-tioii seemed to be cheered l>y iii:> peculiar favoivr, it formed in reality but a very small jiart of a';, tpost exieni-ive pl.iii of l^encvotein.'e.-/j^pitluuss.J-T'O shew their Hltii s wljiclj had departeii from them, anil to eiicotiraue x))3l vihich should spring up tn il.s place, he be.iiiJeii, them lo pour one libation in rr-^;rriful coin.iieriiorut^n of their late pairou, and l!ie .is ftr as sucti a loss admitted of reparation, lie hoped l.o have it. in his power to Hdjniini>ter it.. J'he Duke of.Kent,      il/unk insnlj^ijin siVnct, the compuny siatidiii^, while ihe tjatid. playeti; ihe slow movement ill J"tj)e!b'd c^eljjbrat.wl,overture. The Chairman again toap^   A-f'icf Sfv.W'g   

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