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British Press (Newspaper) - May 9, 1820, London, Middlesex 1 JNuMRER 5436. LONDON, TUESDAY, MAY 9, 1820. KING'S TAeATRB. m\h KVENING, TUESDAY. May 9, hy particular desire (nfler which it will li� willi-wn for some time), Mnzarl'i Grand Opera of HON GIOVANNM. End uf llif first Art. n iiejr Di<erli�eim-n(, entitled , LA NOZK CHINOISE. After, the Opi-ra the fari)urite Ballet of APOLPHE ET MATILDE. A Grand Ballet is in rehearsal, and will be sftcedily brought forward. NEW-ROMANCR. Tliia dny iti published, rpHE ASTROLOGEIi; or. n.e Spbaslian . Eve of San a Romance, in llircc voluineg. " A black presaginsfcirrow filla my heart ; 'AVliat roiild a ilay like tliis |�rO'Iiire Itnl wf�e Printed for William Fearihau, Library, 17U, New Bond-Ireel. T TUBATRE.nOYAL, nitURY-LANB. THIS EVENING, TUESDAY, M�y 9. I"' Majesty's Servants will, perforin the Tragedy of KING :L]EAR. Kiuj Lear, Mr.Kean ; Dnk� pf Burgundy, Mr. M'Kenn; Duke of Cornwall, Mr. Peoley; Duke of Alb.iny. Mt. Thompson; Earl of Glo'sler, Mr. Anitand ; Earl 1rs. Glover j Reganj Mrs. Egertoii ; Cordelia, Mrs. W. West. ,,. ., , Afrer whrtfc the farceV MODERN ANTIQUES. : Cockletop, Mr. Munden; Frank, Mr. Harley; Joey, filr. Kiiiglii. Mrs. Clocklelop, Mrs. Harlowe;'Mrs. Camomile, Wrs. Orger; Nan, Miss Kelly. The Doors will be opened at Half-past Six o'clock; the Performance will commence precisely at Seven. Boxes 7a.; Second Price 3s. 4d,-Pit-3s. Siecond Price 2s.-Lower Gallery 2s.; Second Price Is.-Upper Gallery la.; Second Price 6il. Tlie Box Office will be opeii from Eleven till FIveo'Clock -Places to he taken of Mr. Rodwell, Box Bool;.keeper. KLNG LEAR every'Crenin; until further Notice. THE A TRIS-HOVA L, CnVRNT-GA RDEff. EVENING, TUESDAY, May 9, will be acted, 13th time, a new Musical Romance, called HENRI QUATr?E; Or, PARIS IN THE OLDEN TIME. Henri, Mr. Macready ; Sully, Mr. Efferlon ; G^eral D'Au-muut, Mr. Fawcett; Eueene de Birem, Mr.C Kemblr ; Fre-<leric4( St. Leon, Mr. Alibull ; O'Donnil, Mr. J. Johnstone <wlio i� eneaped at this Theatre); .Monslacbe, Mr. Emery ; OcrvaiR, Mr. DnrSset; Jocrisse, Mr. Liston ; Pinceau, Mr. HlEiicliaril. Florence St. Leon, Miss Stephens; Clotilde de Biroii, Miss Bfunlon; Louisnn, Miss M.Trer. After which, 17lh lime, a new Pantomime, called HARLEQUIN AND CINDERELLA; Or, THE LITTLE GLASS SLIPPER. Prince Aledore (afterwards Harlf r Sciionis, Kitchens, an<l Hotels; Water-colour and Store-room Eqnipages, Flower Pots, Ac. The Patentees, anxious to merit the favour of the public, fake'in every description of Oriental and European Cliina, fur r.r^trhinir, on the most rens<niah1e terms ; an nssnrttnent nf !-..\rll.enwure, nod um'ful Glass of .all kinils; Mmbeth and Hjmpsliire Ware, Masons' Composilinii Mortars, Stone JuiT'i iiud Mugs, Egyptian Teapots, &c., are kept for the curivenieuce nfthe purcliasers of the Patent Ironstone China. The .Sale of the Patent Ironstone China ii confined exclu-sivelv to No. 11, Albermarle-street, and Thomas Bailey's (lale Neale, Bailey, and Neale's) original China, Glass, and St'itlurilshirc Warehouse, St. Paul's Church-yard. Nt)ne is ^rnuine but such as is stamped !' Masuo's Patent Ironstone China." ONE-FOURTH of the Tickets in tlie (.resent l.oltery drawu, and yet there remain Fnnr of 30,0007. Two of lO.OOOt. and 72 other Capitals to drau-.-TICKETS and SHARES for the chance of the above Grand Prizes are now on tyxW by EYTON, Stock-Broker. 2, CORNHILL, and LOMBABD-STJIEET, Where Capital Prizes, to an immense amount, have lately been distrilmled to the Pnhlic. *�* All Business intlie Public Ftinds Iraiisaeted with Ailetity and ilispatch. The ni'xt Day of Drawing 18lh MAY, when the Two First I'liz.-s will be entitled iu lu.OOOZ. Consols each. . RICH WHEEL, rot It of 30,ono; ; two of lO.tlOO; ; and SEVF-NTY-TWO OTHER capitals, YET to DRAW. C1AKK0LL. i!..- CO.VrRACTOlL r^.^peri. fnllv rentinds Fii^ Frifiuls ao<l tli<* Piihlin, that THL'R.SDAY, 18lh Mav, i� tin- Srcnn.l Day of Orawins, "inu llir Two Fm�i I'riz"" will iiHve 10,0002. Cunsoh) each in aiiditjon-^'n'<tia.sMs have the chance of llie followinj tirand List of I'ni-s, viz :- 4 ..of., �30,000 Consols ......�130/)00 2....... lt�,�00 Consols ...... 20,000 4 ........ 1,000 Money ...... 4,000 4........ fiflflCoosol*...... 2,or.O In ........ 40ir �nsol8 ...... 3,000 14....... 200 Money ...... 2,en0 30 ........ Ml) Consols ...... 8.000 Brtidfa ih� full proportion of 100/. b^t. and \6L Prites. Warranted Undrawn Titkels iUiid Shares are Selling by CARROLL, Contractor, No. 1�, Cornliill,).nd 46, Oxford, �s'rict, London, who Slvareil imdSohl, in the [ast few (iioullis> Just pnl;liklteds a New Series of lALES of MY LANDLORD ; coniainmg PONTEFRACT CASTLE. " Oh PomfrrI, Ppmfret! (ih thou bloody prison! Fatal and ominous to. Noble Peers; Within the guilty riosiire of thy walls, ; nichard the .Se'cond,here tvas hacked to death " Printed for Williaii FeariAan, Library, 170, New Bond-Blrcvl. aATS Sold oil Account of the Manufacturer, at GODFREY,'* Commission Hat Warehouse, So-14, Blackmoor-alreet, Clare-ifiarket (lale of the H^y .Siarkrti, >� m<we �il�mf�geofi� terms'thaii were ever before offered to. the, Pnblic. Ccnilemen's best Town-made Beaver^Hals, 17s. commonly chareed 41s;; superfine ditto ditlo, Sis. eflu'al to wliat are iisualliy iold at-VSs. ; best Waler-proof-SlIk Hats, 16s.; Lrfdies', Children's, ami Ser-vants' Hals,, with ev�ry other description on equally low terms. N.B.-Gentlemens' Old Hats taken in exchange. STAYS REMOVAL.---ROBINSON and VISTftllN, removed to No. 7, York-street, Covent-garden, present for Ladies' insperlion nitmerous Palter'ua in DRESS and WASHING CORSETS, arienlifically adapted 10 the variations of figure, which they eng.ige to fit with precision, elegance, and fashion. Stays to improve thesh^pe, rectify proji-cting shoulder-blades, remove weakness in the hack, prevent spinal curvatures, and for the support and cure of persons awj-y, by which they make Ladies appear perfeelly straight, wilboul any pernicious �leel, pad.' diuir, or.pressure. Their Elastic Freuch Bells reduce cdr-pulenry wilhiiul confinement, give comfortable support after aeronrhcment, are effiracions in umbilical cases, and far superior to long Slays, in all cases of abdominal Weakness or rnlargem'^nl.-Stays aurl Braces for Children.- Country Ladies instructed by letter to transmit measures. JMPEIUAL PAIiUAMElST. HOUSE OF LORDS, MtrtiDAT, May 8. APPEALS. tbf. DOWAGF.r marchioness of L&NSDOWN, Apptllant ; the marquis or IiANSDO-WN, Retpontlent. The Lord Chancellor observed, when thiir Lordships gave judgment in litis case, some' of their Lordships Iiftd spoken on it, :Hid one Noble and Learned Lord!{Redesdale) had stated thai it did not appear that the quest'on of costs was before Iheir Lordships. On looking into (he Appeal since, he found that it was a question left for their decision. He would therefore direct tliat the minutes of the judement, as proiioonced by iheir Lordsiiips^ should be haniled to the Solicitors of the Nubje Pi|rti<:s,'4nd if Ibey wislied an a future day, Counsel might be heard on the case, as it related to costs. . Lord Reoesdalr observed, that Solicitors in drawing �p ihetreaees, atrgtrtitf pky more attentlmi ttrthe- srtbjrei mailer of the Appeal itself, than had been dune iu titiu case. Further consideralion of the question of costs postponed. QU.EENSBURY ESTATES. Mr. Warreu was heard as Counsel fur the Respondents. Jndgmint postponed until Friday. Mr. Alcnck, from the Treasury, presented some annual accounts relative to the Consolidated Fund. STATE OF THE POOR. Earl Staxhope gave notice, thai he would move, 00 this day sc'nnighl, for a Select Commi.llee to imjuire into the Slate.af the Poor of Ihe Counli7, and lo devise some means of employing ihera,. particularly in the inanofacluring dis-tricls. VYATER COMPANIES. Lord KenyoJJ presented a Petilion from an Inhabitant of Westminster, complaining of the high charges of the Wati'r Companies for the supply of water..-Ordered lo be laid un the table,-Adjourned. HOUSE OF COMMONS, Monday, May8, 2 397......30:006/ 70lj......2il.0t�f' i,34S,..,.ja�jOOO(. 7.C03&,08(^. 2;22�. ....2i000/, GARROLL Slwrfd and Sold- TOUR'Oiil��<�l'Pri�e� wereidrswn tfa�First Day,2l7tb ApdI.' . -  ' Col. Bagwell presented a Petition from the Brewers and Dislillersiif Cashcl, against the sum paid for Licenses, which, iu the year 1792, was only 7< ,aud was now 25f. an increased charge which they considered a great hardship. The Petition was then laid on the table. NEW MEM BERS SWORN. Several new Members \me sworn; among them we nb. served Sir Robe,t'Vaughan, Mr. .Marmaduke Wyvill, Mr. Wm. Paruell,Sir Gerard Noel, Sir Lowry Cole, Lord James Tiiwnshend, Sir Edward O'Brien, Ijird George l.eunox, Mr. Deuisoo, General Hart, Mr. Druminond, Mr. Pelham. MARRIAGE ACT AMENDMENT. Dr. PiiiLLiuoRE brought in his Bill for the better pre. vention of Clandestrhe Marriages.-Read a first lime, to he read a second lime un Friday next, and lo be printed. ELECTION PETITIONS. TbeSPEAKEn informed the House that he had received a letter from 'I'homas Buurchier, Esq, of tlie Crown OIBce in Ireland, trausmilting Pelitjous ugiiinsi an undue return at the laic efeclion for the town of Galway, and a similar one against the lale election for DroeheJ*. The Speaker re-qnesletl thai if there were any olher Elerlion Petitions to bo presented, Ihey would be;iiow bnineht to the table, anil placed iu the glasses. The. following Pi-titions were then bri'ufhl up, complaining of undue returns: from Borough-bridge, or<lere<l lo be taken into conciileraliou on Thttrsday the Ist June next; from the etiunly of H^tddington, ordered to be ia�i-n into cousideraliou ou Ihe 8ih Jnoe. The GuU way IVlilion was ordered tq be taken into considerstioii on Ihe 3i)lli .May, and the Droj;Ueda Petition on the 6th Juue. ESTABLISHED CHURCH IN IRELAND. Mr. Clivf. brought up |iapers resptcting Ihe slate of tho Establislitd Church in Ireland-Laiil on the table. UNCLAIMED PRIZE MONEY. Oii.the motion of Mr. C. LoNn, Ihe papers presented to the Housexin the 3d May respecting Unclaimed Prize Money vere ordered lo be printed. CU.<!TOMS. Mr. LUSHINCTON preseiiled papers from Ihe Cnmmis-aionrrs appointed t� inquireIHIO the Drpartmeot of ibe Cns-loms.-Laid un the lalile. WOOL TAX. Mr. SrUAaT VVohti.ey |jr�ent<-d a Petilion from a lar^e number of tlie iiiiiat rea|tectai;le ma- , iiufHCtnrerx in,the nBighboiirhodil of Uuddetralirltl, ill the wiiul trails, agHiti�t tli� wool ttix. Tlii* Pe-tilionerti, tifter muuy tbgent iirgniutiiils Hgniiist the . imjiolicy of this ttt��,.�ai(i tfiut it .bud the ftl'fotvf, witlidrawiui; itgnnjil deal of c:ifiitai from |Ilia Couli' tr}v. uK'l lia'l a (riiKcli te'ntiviicy, a� th�-rfitcl wtHidd 4truveu|inii tiitteiitif^tiois iirinjnreillie gpnv/al HUNoltleJCBUeH{;tae4neMnt; to |{iv�i� uttiii-eittiiiiecoarKe of tliibavfaiwi^ w^miivik^ iog tilt*. tttXi I nd' ibe^trtttted hU MajMt^'a lera and P^rtiameHt tcpuid see the lininediute tin. cessity of r (feuiin;; i!li>' The,Petition wag 1|1riWtbe Uihil�. - ' ' LorA Mij.ToN wVsfed"tckiiim'ftoifT tfie Rigjit Hon. Gentieniaii o|)j)|0�ite, wht5tlier'.it wita Ihein-tentioii of l)ia Cilajealy's MiKildera'.to propose an^ n) 40- Kive ;.iipiice that oil toontorrow d'ejaniglu he>wuttld 'moye Tor a repeal of tii� th^i-he WBSiWot ttware it wn� the intfption of his Mitjeity's Goveriusent to profioee any SHcl^^�^pfo�l. Lord.Milton thferifixed hi� notice for Tuesday se'iinighi. . i . PETITION FRdMTHR'MERCHANTS OF LONDON. Mr. Baring rose to present u Petition from lliat mo�t extensive and respectable body,. |he Merchants of the XZ'tiy of London ; a .Petition which, whether it is considered for the terms in which it is couched, for the great respectability of the peri>ons from whiiin it emunstes, o. for the great Ktake they hold in the country, he wonldv venture to say involved a more important subject than bad ever before come before that Hoase in the shape of a Petition. The general interest excited by the great questidnof the pre�ent prevailing distresses in the comiMerciul world, was a proof that the cou'dtry felt itself at-present in a stale of great 'uneasiness, and that itseriuosly called for theiinmediate consideration of Parliament, with the view of inquiring whether or no human wisdom could devise aiiy remedy for tliK present stale of thin^. If, on inquiry, the evil siiould appear to be irremediable, then let the country know it; if the contrary should appear, then let the wisdom of this House see how far a remedy was apidiruiile, and in what manner ibe attempt was to be made in the present state of the country. In hi*owti opinion, the case was a mixed oiie; for much of the evil he feared there conld lie found no particular remedy, but for other branches of the subject, he thought some remedy might . be applied, - and a good deal done to mitigate the *^xisting state of things. The Petitioners ' came before Parliament upon the broadest grounds; tbey cume for protection against lio particular in. terest; they claimed neitber reservation'nor exemption, nor particular privileges - On llie contrary, they,, us commercial men who underitood their real interests, felt that the distress, when general, was not to be alleviated by pactial or exclUiive means- they felt, that when'agriculture dwindled, liianufac-tiMT^ cottid.juii tJ|ici��:|,^r^eoitid<!aaiaiescefle�trish; --f Uiar.J-They knew that for any of these braucheK of the public wealth to suffer, other* must decline, and that the whole welfare of the community' was essential to- the well being of nuy of the. particular interests that composed it. In considering this im.portaiit subject, he was aware of the niany, and an some instrtnces insuperable difficulties with whii^ he hadto con-^lend. When the general state of distress was felt at the close of the late war, St was said to have arisen from a Iransition from 4 slate of war to a state af peace ; that it wai temporary in it >ht he could Solve-tome of the remedies Ihat might lie propoumled to meet part reiit weatih, -b<it from its wide and inUlttfarions qualities it was also productive uf greiit carelessness i.i, niiuutiv. A change of oircunistances which iieeessiirily iiitered the inoiiopuly ly flowed only! ifito oiie, called for a tiliaugci-of aysit-in.- .iii-'tlie-Uiyof prosperity eco-tiuniy wBii liiiletbouglitof in > the liiiinagement of gfrji cummeri-ittl .-UBdertJikings-^tlle' nteans''�f uc-quiting r.apid fui tunes were-so great liisit the^itviuuliM' were-aut cotttiderpd, ihny w�te uot aUeuiied to. Now a diftVreiit syMeni must be obsemd, or eUe ihe growth ef Ihe coiltimerre of this country will n >l iiiily be stunted, hot prrhi�ps�lto!�ether blighted. 'J�iigluiid hud now niaiiv coiir|ietili>rs I'lir l><'r -cuiii-qterce-she reqnired. Iherefore, to art wilh more minut� circ�ims)ieclion-she must return to her Ol e�i)ot! betides the . mere decline of commerce. Not only bad the . country to,. Huflfer this decline, hut also 10 endure it with an increased debt-a dc^t top lately aggfavaied by the unfortuf.aVe y�P�fture a short time -ego -oin ll�e slate of tWe currency. It was impossible 10 look at the intreiued slate of this dej^ wilhn�tdesppi|deincy�n,d apprehension as �to the ioeans of-paying it. ' It.was increased by the let* aiterationirft^coin-thstvtone ncMed in-effe�:jt oni�-thir<l to; the ambunt of the debt. Let them ^e:ho�( the t^albe of llie pound note had changed in its relative proportion .10 Ihe price of s] � pieople in t^ cotijiUfy were, opposed to those of the rest-^Aenrj/-and when he saw attociations of men assembling lo petilion, Parliament for measures to screw up to the utmost' pitch the price of agricultural commodities~^//e |j>hment of maiittfactulres, it iniKht he foutid in Ireland. One of the thtn;j�, therefnre, most to be desired and siutlied nt the present jdinc-iure, was to inspire the great bo it> inercliHtits, ^hat they beat us in eveiy mirtcei, to be alPribiilfil to, bnt llml they wt-re lel'l Unfrt-tered to their own specuUtions �iid enieriirisr, nod enjoyed an unrestijcfed trade? The Hon.-Genii then ac'verted lu the coudiiinn nf :Frai>ce, iind read an extract "fa coitiniunicatioi; which lie bad re>^ t,'eived froin Parillhat inOriting. It tliiitd, in addiction toother mailer, tliut niaiiofoc^orrrs weie every day getliii^ more lemploymeUt, ami lliat labourers foQhd work nil ovei; ihe kingdutn. The ol>l--ft of Ihe peiition was 10 dr�w llie nttrniiun ot llin.|loit-H lo the circtimstaiite, thai trade was now in thai t-oi-diUon Unit we Could carry on no coinpetiiioii nit4i our neighbours, and that it whs nut to be expectnl wilhpul a recurrence to old principles.- mar.)-But llie petitioners by no i��siis uitiHei) M|;3J9ch alleratiohas woDid injureexistiiigt>iter�i>li<; H^Tittrits^iot aware of nny that would be ro Hffrr*�1. The Pelitioners were desirous tliat all ihey had t'� offer should be considered, that the F] e shoul 1 hear with doe atteiilion whatever could be said "i* their behalf; but they wished iliat it shonUI Xjy. imjjressed with the conviction, that sometliii'.^ must be done beWe the country could get on. In saying this, he etated Ihe mailer in 1l>e li({ht ic reiilly appeared to hiili. He was actuated by ti>i party feeling; he was persuaded that tltU wa. :4 question cummon to all parties. tteasonii>g front the lan>;uag? frequently used by him in i�ie Housf, noGenilemat) conld he more desirous lo see iIik principles he (Mr. Baring) wa.t advocating e>tii-blished fn practice, consisietiily with a pruiient regard In existing circumsiaucru, than ihe Rii^lit Hon. Gentleman oppusite (Vir. F. Robinson). But be had reason to coinplnin nf the past conituct a-days) when any great qiiestiou was origiilaled, it seeined to be the only utiject of Government lo stand by and watch what party iri the House was likely to give it more suppnri. The .Honourable Gentleman then coiitrasteiJ ihw line of proceeding with the very uppusite one pursued by a Minister in past times ( ^ present day. He wished longer in office, but that they would" bok. the actual difficulties of the cnuntry in the face, ami themselves propose sutih remedies as appeared best fitted to qyercooie; 1)^,-/-.^/eatwJi�ar.^yT^Iia*)ntf ifMed that the general object of ihe-peiiuon was to obtain fret^dora of trade, and the removal of Ihe restrictions by which it was impede e,importaliun of an ai-ticle, though it was lo bfr had at half Ihe price, because it was to be produced at home.-(Hear, hear.)-It was the arrangement of Providence lo bless diflerent countries wiih different advantages. He :heiight that no restriction ought to be laid nu foreign ships importing into this coniilryt whether Ihe pro(|ui-e was of tlieir own or any other couulry: When this restriction was imposed, he was sure that those who framed it did nol clearly see iheadvanlBge of a free intercourse between this anil other nations. The freedom of the transit trade was �Uoa moat desirable object. The importalion of every commodity for re-eXpurlatiou ought la be allowed, and any opposition to this principle was a restriv-tioQ of our commercial trinsaclioos. He was nut aware that a regulation of this sort would interfere with ihe interests of any Gentleman or set of Gentlemen in this country; but if it so happened that it did, he felt convinced that the,House, or any Committee to whom the.subject was deferred, would give every attention to any representationa which should be made lo ibem. But upon asub-ject of this kind, he hoped Gentlemen would go into an inquiry, without Jiiiy prejudice or party feelings, looking only Jo the advancement of the com-meice �f the country., and not listening or j'ieliliiijc to any interest witlioiit considering Ihe justic� of the objections which should be made. A great objection had been .made to. the transit .of German linens, and petitions had,been presented against its importation even for exportation. A vague and idle nniion existed that this would injure the lineti trrfdeof Ireland: Ihat tltat irade wasiu fact at stake, if fuch an impurlalioii were allowed. A N e matkft K'-THe*; jVBW a time *ben we.ietU our fleert andef eouvpyji. subject, examine what-'cfluM be done - iu the w�y ;^i>f assislaiice, and mrorontlyaiid liieadily imrsue It, ,-------------- ,.. . it^ai4Ri{iotMb!e ihtrt this countsy could h��e a�y ' �od >^heu no other coutitrj wuW-�|�f*�e uis} ttmi

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