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   British Press (Newspaper) - May 12, 1820, London, Middlesex                                0<: \*r, Ay, MAV 12, 1820. THEATRB.ROYAL, 0RURY-LAKB. ^HIS   EVENiNG,   FRIDAY.   M-y   12, his Majesty's Serranu will perfbrm the TnEoI? KING LEAR. KuiK L'ar, Mr.Kf�ii'> Duke of BHrsiinity, Mr.M'Keiin; Puke uf Coiiiwal!, Mr. IViili-y; Dulce of Albany, M.. TUoiin*'"; End �f  'Bitr, Mr. lluUaiitl; E^irl of Keiil, AJi. P.)|>e; EJBJir, .Mr. Km-; Eilniund, Mr. BarDard, GunvHI, Mrs. Glover, Regan, Mrs. Egertoa �, Cordelia, Mrs. W. West. '   . To wliich wiH be aiWed, 19lh lime, � Broad Farcical Paiilo-mimical Drama, ip two acts, eiililjed SHAKSPEAIlE VtiiiSUS HAIILEQUIIV. Harler|niii, S^r. Hurley; Corporal Bounce, Mr. Ciiwf II; Gasconade, Mr. tJatlie; Joe Snip, Mr. Miiodeii; Ahraliart),, Mr. Kiiigbl; Simbii, Mr. Onberry; Forge, Mr- RusspII ; Taffy, Mr. Hiielies; Meiciiry,'Mr. T. Cooke; First Jusiir*-, Mr.Butlcr. Mrs.Snip, Mrk Harlowe; Dully ^Dip, Maddm� Testris; Sukey Chitleiliii, Miss Puvey. Tlie Doors will be opened at Half-past SiKo'Clock; the PeVfortnaiice will comti)^ ncc precisely at Seven. Boxea Ts. , Stcpiid Price 3�. 6d^Pit 33. 6d.; Second Price 2s.-Lower'GaHiry 2s.; Stcund Price Is,-Upper  i>rti.frtiin Efeveii till Piveo'Cibck >-PlBces to be taken oh;itr.-fio;dwe(l,, Ba]eBaot::(fe�t^.   - To-morrow, Kins Lear, with The Bee Hive. On Monday, King Lear, with fflie Lady and the Devil. 0 t.rHr, C-binrl-BiBkrir, ike. nion restwnfolly infiimi" his Frfeiittiaud IhVi'Miilic, that asrveably to their Airulfs of Partnership, a DlSSOl,01*iON h�i laker plaie t,elween bim and Mr.Toplis. a�d th�l he has REMUV'.:',) lo tboce oidpslalilished and cOiMmidioiis Preoiises, No. 3. Si. Paul's Cliurcb-yard -Mr, W. rmltrace^ this oppurtumly of re. luruioK his graleful Thanks lo all his Priendu fx office. To-uiorrow, Henri Cbmire, with Honest Thieves. Om Wei^ufrsiUy ttill be pvoiluftid, first time, a new Tra-yd), rallvd Virijinius, or The l.iberalion of Rome. On Tiiurfday will be praduced. itrkVtime, � uewMocicai' PraaiKr i" l* j, i)r ii:ierruplion to tjae usual avocations o( ihe I'niicrij ; noi hyllie mere use of Trusses, which long exprriiiici- li;is pror# J� Parish, do hereby certify, that WiU liini Gosling, ami Charles Moore (one of the poor noy in the Workhouse of this Parish), being severely afflicted ttilU J -; itrucled.Bu the; rd;StrREit. .     -.   ,,     ,- R. POTl'S, Plaintiff's Solicitor, SerjeaIll's-Inn, Fleet-street. A T C H L E S S  W H E E L.-N EXT THURSDAY. CARROLL, CONTRACTOR 4 2 4 4 10 i,v 14 SO Besides , of , �120,000 20,(TOO 4,000 2,nco 4,0(10 .3,000 2,800 6,000 �30,00i> Consols . 10,000 Consols , 1,0(10 Monev   . 500 CiHisuls , 401) Consols . SDO Consols . 200 Moiiiy   . 200 Con...Is . the full proporlion of 100/. 50/ and 16/.' Prizes. TWO .... Prizes of .... �10,000 Most be drawn the First rive Minutes NEXT THURSDAY. Warranted Undrawn Tirkils^aml Shares are Sellinj by CARROLL, CoiitrirKir, No. 19, drnhill, ami 26, Oxford-street, London, who Shared ami Sold, in the last IVw oiouths, 2 387......30 0(10/ I 7,(.fl3 ...... 5,000>. 70S......21.000/ I 2,220,  ----2,000/. 4,153......80,00()/. I &c. &c. CARROLL Shared and S.ild FOUR Capital Prizes thai were drawn the first Day, 27th .April. MIDDLESEX. T the (GENERAL QUAl'tTER SESSION of Ihe PEACE of our lord (he Kin?, holden in and for the County of MIDDLESEX, at (lie Sesain.i House for the said Couniy [by ailj,urnmeiii,), on 'IXiESDAY, the 9lh day of May, in (he first year of the lleign of our Sovereign Lord George the Foorih by the (Jracc of God, of the United Kinsidom of Great I'riialji and Ireland. Kintr, De-'fender of the Fai:b, before Francis Const, Edmund Cot-terill, Samuel Putkjs, Richard Holmes, Enquire.', and others iheir Fellows, Jnsiices of our said Lord the King, assigned to keep lli^.P�are in the ^oitiily afttresaid; and also to bear ami determine divrrs Felonies, Trespasses, and . other MiadCTIieaoors, committed in the same (jooiity. In pursuance of an Act of Parliameni, made and passed in Ihe ihirteinlli year of Ihe icieu of his lale M.ijeslyj en-tiluled " .All Act to empower |l;e Masislrales therein meii-tiuued to scllle and regulate ihe wacresof persons employed in the .Silk Mfiiiufactiire wilhio (heir respeclive jurtsdic-tions;" of anotlier Act of PvivUament, made and passed in the thirty-second year of Ihe reign of his hile Majpj:Iy,en-tiluled **,Aii Art lorexteodiiis ilie provisions ^.f an Act made in Ihe lliirlef nth year of the reiirii uf hl� presi iit .Majrsly, entituled * An Act lo enip�'te, L.ainb's .Conduit-atreel, Foundling Hospital, ~,      M"' ' ' --�-^-,     --t ^-i J -^'/-'n'--- This day is published, in oi>l�^d. S^ii. the .Srcoud Edilioii, r�v^6ed and considrnbly^AUgnieiitedj of N III.STOKY :.ir|itJrtAV|>JEDANI.SVl, bcomprislhg the t.if/iSj' Cha racier of the Arabian Prophet, and Mircind ftccotjfiis'of the Einpires fnun ;xii-jjuquiry inlu thi- Tiieology, Morality, Laws, LilcnTliu-e, niid Osaces of the MusrlmauF, with a view of ihe pretent Cxlenl and ioflucuce of the Mu-bainmedan Religion, *�   '     - By CHABtF-S MILUS; Esq. London , Printed for Black, Kiugshury, Parbnry, and Allen, Booksellers to Ihe Hunourable East Indif Company, LeadciiUall-street. , . , Thiitday was pnblisij&fi'uSvir. p'ice- 0�-6U-boar.l ic:; rioNAKYome^i^EcuuARrnes l.\ of Ihe ITALIAN I>ANGUAGE;'bping a Collec. tiitn nf-Sfniencea from ibe most ap:irovt{d liiiljau Aulliors, piilicnlaiising those Verbs, Prrpnsilion's, &c. whirb govern differenls Moods and Cases; fuiming ti Supplemeut tu all other Ilalian Dictionaries. By M. SANTAGNELLll, Author of " A Grammar and Exercises," " The Italian Reader," &e. Printed for G. and W B Whittaker ; Longman, Hurst, Rees,Oime, and Bruwii;; und H. Colburn add Co. *' This Work may b�' considered as the fiuits.of lon^ aiifl snecessfiil experience in rt-moving Ihe innumerable difficulties ihal ohstruci ihc progress of the Ilalian Srholar, and for which no remedies are lu be found in the most elaburaie Dirtionaries or Grammars."-New Monthly .Vlaga. zine, Jaiinaiy 1820. BF.NEVOLENf MiCIETY OF ST PATRICK. T an EXl'RAORDfNARY MEEl ING of the COMMITTEE of this INSTITUTION, held at Ihc Virginia Coffee-house, Cornhill, on Wcduesday, the lOih of May, 1820; , THOMAS BAITS'BRIDGE, Esq. Treasurer, in the Chair; It was Unanimously Resolved, That this Coinmiliee most ferveiHly parlicipale in the rapiuroua gralilnde manifested at ihe anniversary festival on Sjiurday, iheOih inslUnl, for //leKmo'a b.-iniiiiless goodness lo this Charity, in his IMajesty's most gracious uomi-naiion of HisisELr as f'alTon, lo supply a drslitnlion deemed irreparalde, and which, indeed, nothing could repair but ihe anspiciiius condescension which is lure as reverently scknowleilged.as it is indelibly fell-that this arnlimrHl is infinitely heightened by the wholly unexpected generosity of an extra hundred guineas, fur (be present year, beside that annual donation of a like sum which h,a� freely flown from hi,i pre. sent fliajesty, in all fortunes^ for more than a quarter of'a ceotii'y, in aid of thrs hntilulion-consliluting altogether, "l Ihe present moment, the migiiificeiit conlribulion of no less a total than TWO THOUSANO lEIGHT'HUNDRfD ANB TittRTY riTB POUNDS I Callous indeed would be the hearts upon which such unparalleled muni&ceuce could fail of its due impression. Il was fnrllicr resolved. That a copy of Ihe following Subscriptions, together with the Book and Circular fOr the present yrar, be senl 10 eaCh of Ibe persons therein mentioned ; with an earnest request, Ihiil, if any error be found in the snms^^.Cr in the oaiqags (Uli^igustiujlii.of indiviiluals, infoimatioifiiBfrljof may be corfJeycd to Ihc Treasurer, or to the Committee, thiuugh their Secretaiy, in order to perfect Ihc exDciness and publicity always aimed ul in this lusll-tution, N 8, Almost all these sums are iii addition lo divers anterior contributions. The King Gift - Extra for Annual this 105   0 year, on his M.ijes.      ' ly'a Most Gracious . noininalionufhimself a� Patron    -   105   0 Mrs.  Palmer,  West Moulsey College     20   0 The I'rrsideiit fur ihe present   year,  Ihe Right Hon. Gcoigw CanniNg - 5(^   0 The. Duke of WVl-lincloii, KG. Pre- sidcni Elect 105   0. The Uuke^of Leinsler 21 0 The Maiquis uf Lans- down        - 21   0 The     Marquis    of Dowoshire -   21   0 The Marquis of Oi - moiidc, K P. 21   0 The MarqnisConyng. ham, K P - 26 5 The Earl of Shrewsbury - 20 0 The Earl of Driby 20 (I The Earl of Darnley 20 0 The Earl of Bessho. rough (Ann.)    5   0 The Earl of Clanwil-   25   0 liam -        25   0 The Earlof Cloiiniel 20 0 > Earl   Whilworlh, G.C.B. IV   0 The Earlof niesbton 21 0 Lord  Viscount Mel- villi- (Ann)   10 10 Lord Viscount CuBile- reagh, K;G. 50   0 Lord Viscount Har- berlon (Ann.) 10 10 Lord Wra. Fil?ger�ld 10 10 Lord Arthur Hill 10 0 Lord Clifton . 10 1) l.ord Dniialiey . . 10 0 Lord Clonliroik 5   0 The Rl. Hon..Sir B. Bloimifield, CIJ. 10 10 The Right Hon. Col.    . Bagwell, M.P. 21   0 The Hon. Gen. eiigh   20   0 TheHon, Gen.Tayhir 21   0 Sir Gerard Noel, Harl. ' M.P. - 10   0 Sir Comtilnn Dom- ville, Bart. M.p. 20 0 Sir Mall. J. Tieruey, Bart. - 5   0 The Friendly Brothers of Si PiUiiek, jier . Colonel Camac  -   . 20   0 Sir Edm. NagK, CJB, 10 0 A. B. an Irishman 30 0 Masspy Dawson, Esq. MP. - 20   0 Lieut-Colonel F. Vl.� Trench, MP. 5   0 Stratford   Caunlng, Esq. - 5   5 Edw. R.Tonno, Esq.   26   0 Grrar'l    Callughau, lisq. - 20   0 Hugh Johnston, Esq,   21   0 Joseph H. Bradshaw, Esq. -      :     21   0 A. De fa CbDuthelle, Esq.   ,        - 21   0 Major Lennard 10   0 Edw, Thomas Bain- bridgn' Esq. 10   0 Chao. M'Garell, Esq. 10 0 Jos.Puprc Alexander, Esq. - - 10 10 George Dillwyn, Esq. 10 10 John Deacon,   Ebij. (Aiiiiuar2/.2,s.) 10 10 Rd. Gervas Ker, Esq. 10 0 Whitshed Keene, Esq. (Annual)   10 10 Rich. Wellesley, Esq. (Annual)     5   0 A. B. St, Leger, Esq. (Annual)    5   0 Patrick Perse,  Esq. (Aiiuuiil) 5 0 John Sifgg, Esq.(An.) 5 5 Dan. Cailaghaii, Esq. 5 0 IsaacWalker, Esq. 5 5 L. Alexander, Esq. 5 5 Arthur C. Allen, Esq. 5 Jxmef Lawj'Esq. - 5 0 W. F. Greville, Efq. Brnloostrect 3   U Geo. C. Harvey, Esq. 6 0 Arlljur Tegarl, Esq. 5 10 Wiiham Leuke, Esq. 6 5 Jos, Jaiisen, Esq. 5   5 Oliver Latham, Esq.     5   0 Haviianil Burke, Esq.    5   '> O. H.Tullenham, Esq. ft   0 Dr. Thomas (lumd       2   2 Rev, Dr. \Vuodward      2   0 fleury Halfey, Esq.       2   2 Philip Giiwau, Esq,'    3   3 Juarph Williams, J'>q.   3 , 3 Colltction   �l    the Tables,   and    fiir Tiiketi'ioW, 166/. 8�. ed; Legacy .rfRobLBiir-ro wes, Esq.deceasied -� {afterdrducling 50/. fur diiiy)       .       450   0 *1,S&4 13   0  Accurdiog to the well.^vised soggealion of the Right Honourable Hesjiieiif, iit the fcile Festival, iHe ine'inorirs'of .JVJ ..... , i   .      .     _   - piyuii lutcutiuns. By Order, ' ' ;'<�! J� C,;MLCfIBL,t,Secre'(*ry. .,J8, QuccB.�t.re�|i,JBIp()!|�)iury.. ,    . IMP u. Hi A L PAltUJtnkJtT. H(fUSE OFCO:WMO�.%TitunlM�AY,W4Tll. A Krtat varirly iif buslono ufa privtttcaaiure vas Irana. acted. ' .   : .     r. 1.1LANDOP AWnmXi Mr. Atdermau Wood piresenteds Pelili^.ftoBi indivr-dnalof the nameof Willi�ni M�Kwrll, re purchased having/been ,eh(irch property, tin* t(>iianls thought lheiD8el��s, on ihiit accuunt^ Viiiiiled tu a iBt|ch Idrgei- crtoipetistitidtf than tti cases of other t�iinr��, vitdthe jtiriei had allowed ibt;iini 19,000/. or 14,0O0A' above' t1le�iiilcufa^ioii9 111 tfitr wttiiuatt's, �ud by ihe^aireyiift;  But w TilUe *ttt b� spprf hensive of exuininati^tilf, . tiiaf he thought iiotliing more rte�irMl>lr tliith.��' Sjslect (Jommiiter. TbeCuANCBtI.oRof'(}ie ExcHFQt^en said, that it was allotveif oil alf-lliindi timi tx.,aiiHdfion vm* desirable, but he thiiijgj[t ifie aiiieiulh!te;>� onn'suid, ^ ifttol t�"gi>htr, ,'   � The SPEAKP.tf Hid not consider the ainpnctirieut irf<'gi)rii'rTn (Is (ibjcct, though there i�as a  rlai(i irregiiUrity in itij terra* which wob!d therefore requite alteralioii. After some cwiifersation bttwetn tht Speaeeii un'l .Mr. SCMNEIt- '    ^ Sir W. CoaTfs witlidre^v ni.Vtioi. ; and the amriidmeiit, ufier having- undergo',e sut-i" Veibiit alietaiioii. Was carried as un'original lUoiioii, and the'Commiltee was tippoitiled. AB-RANQBMENT       Bl'SINES-?. The CHAMCELLoa y of the appoinimi-iit of Die fourth Buroii, that it was culcniated tu drair into questiiiii and discus'-ion the propriety of th� appointment. Since thai he had learned llitl there were Members who raiglit vole for or ajjainsl the prodiicllon of the paper without reference ti> tha merits of the case, li wjs his inteiilioti, theveforei so to shape his motion, 011 Monday night, us (o prer elude lliat, by making it involve ih>-leol merita.- The notice>vas then postponed tilt Monduy. QUARTER SESSIONS (ESSEX). Admiral HarveY prrsentcd a Peimon from a number of Magistraiesur the county of Essex, praj?" ing that there might be a diviaiou of lite Quatt tia^es who bad a right to preside at the Sessions, four lo one Were in favour of the alleralion. Mr. D. Harvey believed that the number was not more than two to one, and argued, us we tia> de-stood, against the object of the Petition. Admiral Harvey replied, that the number wa� twenty.two lo five, which wag more ibaii four to one, DEPRESSION OF TRADE. Mr. S. WoilTLEY said, tlidl tlie House had henrd many peliiinns read during the eveiitug^ cotu-plainiiig uf tile distressed state of the agVfculttiroL iiilercst. He had now a petition to present from one of the mnst opulent inanufuctnring villages in llie West Riding of York, cnmplaiiiiiig of the dreadfully depressed condition lo ivhicn trade was reduced among them, atlribuling it in a great mea-iire lo the lale duly nn wool, and praying 11 repeal of it. The Hon. Genlletnan then read a.i extract from the peiiiion, for the purpose of illustrating its itllegatioiis, which slulcd, that out of !i population of seven or eight thousand persons, during a certain period seventeen hundred hud nol earned more than eleven-pence a-week. The petition was then read-il was fnim Ibe mer-chaivtsdiid manufacturers of Kirk Flealuu.-Laid vi> the table, and ordered to be printed.   ' ELECTION PETITIONS. The Speaker inquired wlieilier any Geuileinan had election petitions to present, and iti that ca.se invited thera to come to the table. The vast uui.'i-ber of petitions which immeduitely poured ill on the table from all quarters excited an uniyersid laugh. The following Petitions were then presented, complaining of the return made f�r the followiiig pliiotf:- Truro, complaininirof a double rrlorn ; Bishops Castle, complaining of a double return ; Peitrsfield, against the return; Ipswich-lo bf taken into consideration 13th Joop next; St. Ives-lo be taken into coniideratinn StUJune next; Town of Noltinj�liam-^lo-be taken into coinideratioM 20th June next \ from Guyce Cumbej Esi|.- Complainiuc of the return for the City of tVeitmiuslrr-to he lalcto iHto ronsideralion ou the 20tb June neM ^ from lUaidstoutf and Cambridge-to be taken into consideraliuB on 23.d JoDC next -, Colche�ler, ou lhe27lb June; Woolton Bassett, on the 27tb June; El|;in, on the ^Slh June; from Wm, C�hbell-i-lo be lal;en into cnnaideraliun 29th June nuxt; Grantham -to \f. taken into roiisideration 4ih July next; Chrsier, on the4lti July next; Walliu.nford, on the 6ih ,luly next; Aberdeen, ou IhcGibJuly next; Aldborough (.York), oh the Uih July next; Bossioey, on the 11th July next; Tregony, ou lb-.' Uth July next. Mr. Speaker said, that Hocording to the orders of the House, Eleciion IViiiinus, in which Gom-plrtiiits were made of double remrtis, iBUSt have ptt-cedency of all others. After some ccfnver. < Castle should be taken into consideration 011 tbe aOlh May; and ihnl against the return for.Tnif*' pii the ist Jum; next. . The Pelitioii^frpm^ Peler^geld was ag9in�tc,8 Member returned for t(�o-4)latt8, and had priority .uccording to the orders of the House next after Petitions'cirniplarning of dutible returns; it wn there-' fure fiseil 
                            

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