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   British Press (Newspaper) - May 15, 1820, London, Middlesex                                Number 5441. .    . mk^y^>P^y  MAV 15, 1820 Pkiok 74. TaEATRB,mYAL,DRVRV-hANH. THIS   EVENING,   MONDAY.   M�y 15, bit }tajcsiy*f Sci-yanM ffil) pcrrofm the Tragedy oi' KING LEAR^ Kine I*"- Mt'.Kpr/i; Diike of niireuiidy, Mr.M'Kenn; J)..I. l'uiiilio is eniraped at Ihis Theatre); Moustiiche, Mr. Emrry ; Gerrais, Mr. Onruset; .lucrisiir, .Mr. Listnii; Pinreau, Mr. BUiicbaril. Florence St. Leon, iMis. B.shup ; Clotilde de B:toii, Miss Bruiiloii; Louison, Miss M. Tree. Aficr wliirli, ISiii lime, a new Pantomime, called HARLEQUIN AND CINDEUELLA; Or, THE LITTLE glass SLIPPER. Prince Alcdore (aflenvHrds Uarli^jniii), Mr Ellarj Baron Pumpoiini (afierwiiriis PaiiliilmiiO, Mr. B:irnes ; tlie Ba-ruiic&s Pompiisjiii (afierward^ CIijh'ii), flir. Grimnldi; Pe-ilrigo LdUfrphadk"* (afierwards Dsniliiii), Mr. Nurmau. Cirt-derclla (af|[r�ards Cohmibiiie), Miss J. Scott. Uv>!i-3 73.; Second Price 35. 6d -Pit 3s. 64.; Second Price 3�.- Lower Gallery 28.; Second Price Is.-Upper Gallery 1�.; Second Price fid. .V lVivate.,tfnr oiay he had for the season, or nijrhtly, of Jlr. Biaiiilun,4it the-Box office. To morrow, Henri Qiiaire, with Midas. Oil \V4'tlnpsday will be prodiued, first time, a new Tra-grdy, catlfd Virjjiniu*!, or T-tie Libf'ratiun of Rome. On Thur.�tlay will be priKlored, firtil lime, a new IVTnsical Uruina, in two acts, called The Balile of Bolliwell Brig, the.vtke ROYAL,  ENGLISH OPER.A-HOUSE, STKANU, LAST three WEEKS. ronsef]ti>iice ot tin- Ar|iliciiiion!t of numerous _ Fiiicilies of Rank and Fa.shiun, MR MATHEWS will be at home this present MONDAY, M^y 15, 1820, and r\\wai  the eminently successful Enleitaiiimeuts of Last i>e��on, " � THE TRIP to PARIS, with la DILIGENCE. On Tbursdav next,  MV CtJUNTRY  COCSINS, with the CHRISTMAS AT BRIGHTON. On  Saturday  (beiBg  Wbilsun Evf)  there  irill be no Pel formauce. Box Office open from-Ten till Four. SURREY THEATRE. NEVER AC'7 ED. MRS. DIUDIN'S NIGHT. fpiilS^ EVENLNG. AJONDAY, May 15, will K be pr ti-nted (fur tlie first tim' ),nii entirely new Serious HiRioriral IVItlo-tlrame, Uken from a Trai^ie Play, written by Sir Jauiit Bland Burgess, under the title of IHE KNIGHr OF RHODES. VTLtli new Music,Scenes, Dresses, and Decorations. Tiie Mnsicciimposrd by Mr. S:inderRon. The Scenery de-ifgned by Mr. Wilson, and ixecuied by him, Mr. H, WiNon, Mr, C. R. Dibdiu, and Assisianls-The Dresses by Mr. J�uea, Miss Freelove, niid Assistauta.-The Decorations by ilr. iMorris and Mis. Fnelnve. Vjiliers (Grand .Ma.sier and Governor of Rhodes), Mr. Beujoutb; Damaral, Mr. Wnikins; Almeida, .Mr,Grant; Ruvmiitjd,- Mr. Leonard; Garcia, Mr. "Jervis; Dumesnil, Mi'. Crunton; DaviU, Mr. Clifford-Kniehts of Rhodes; 'Omar (Envoy from the Sultan Sulynrian), Mr. Smith ; Hali (a Reuegado Captive), Mr. HunlUy. Ismena (a Captive Tnikisil Lady), Sliss Tayliir. Ill Act I.-A Grund Procession of the KniehtB of Rbodis, frum the Ceremonial of Electing a Grand Master. Alter the Melo-ilrame will be produced (first lime in this J liealrr), by permission of S. J. Arnold, Esq. Proprietor  �I' the Theaiie-Royal, English (.Ipera-House, a Comic JUirlelia, called IS HE .IE A LOUS." Mr. Belmour, Mr. Waikins.   i*Irs, Belmoiir, Mrs. Horn; Harriet <�ilh a Song), Mrs. W. S Chalterley ; Rose (with a S.jh^, aceoiupanied by herself on the Harp), Miss.Copeland. Tlif EnteriHinments to conclude with (by particular desire), tint time iliis season, the popular Comic Bnrletta Spectacle, called ' MOUSE-TRAPS; OR, THE MOUNTAIN COTTAGER. Old Hirhael, illr. Adcock; Yoiinir VIicbael, Mr. Filzwil. liioi; FilchtelberK, Mr. Payne, who will sing " Let Fame s'luod the Trumpet;" Tronkenpold, Mr. W. S. Cbatterley. Couuieks Von Slaukenbergen, .liru. Brooks;~ Carline, Miss Coyilaiul. �.� Tickets delivered for the 23d of Marcb will be aij- niiiiid. Boxes 4s-Pit as-Gallery Is. Tickets to be had at the Box Office of the Theatre only, wh. re Pl�c<^ may be taken, from Tea till Four. SADLER'S wells THEATRE. last THREE NIGHTS, of the COAIIC PANTOMIME. �S^HIS   EVENING.   MONDAY,   May 15. S     TUESDAY, and WEDNESDAY, after which it i"v t jMisiiiviiy be btid aside,,the highly successful Cotnic l"j.,lju:ii,e i.-r   - (JOODV TU O SHOES. FAlliV of the FLOWERS. In �liirh Mr, Bokiiiiin, Mr. Grimaldi, Mr. BariiEs, and .M:! y ibe infaul musical prodigies, tUt .\1is�t8 Cai�ie. Tbe iiRpreceilenledly succesBfui M�lo-drame of THE MAN OK THE BLACK FOREST, wUl be repeated on the name Evenings. PUre� f..r tbe Boxes moj be taken of Mr. Stack, �1 the Birs.Offi,:, ,f tfce Theatre, every day from-Teu till Four u (;iock.   Pla v�rf, tir BvlcfiaiD Ki�f of the Gtiidri, Mines. . BY PERMI.�!SrtW't>F THE ,l:ORU CH 4 � HEK^A-I^'' TH^^TftE il0YAL,,HAY,MAUK,ET. R. WEBB (late uf t'li.; :i'he�i.r.- Rov.l, Coveut Garileu,' flavmarkel, and laPt S/asiih of Vauxliall (Jardejis), . with the � mo�l' re*/>erirsi|, !. lerenre bi-gs leave to Acqnainl hisFrJefidaaml. ibe Pub'ie iliai liis LAST BENKFIT, ,i lUieLT lieatrr, i.ll i .ke'o�,r THl.*;-EVENING, Mail'ISvwtirti wvll btf presenicil llie -adiuifeJ Comedy of , ^  -the,iuvals. The Part of Sir Lnciuj 0''Trii:irrr by Air. Wi hb^; who, in' the couraie of tbe evctiii\g,^ will siii^- the tuUnwing new'lrisl* Jjongs:-^*' ImsIi l|eni;t�-.ar^gjihe- lledi-is fi,r the Ladte*;'' | " Siiyoiii^eeii beeti�h,"'niiil"The llrro of�HHllybrr-ein;" "St. � Patrick was a GelitleWab, utid rume (rum direiit Ptcnile" (written furlitiA b^'nn lrisU..Uacrisler) ;,th,-admired Irish .^ir cilled " Driipiltdun, i,r 111.* P,Mir Inshm'tn's Lameiilalioii for .he Loss of Ilia BIni-k Ciiw-,'"'Tliadey O'BrWiy's Inveulory of bis Household rtt.rni'ttre,, previous, tu his',titarriaee to one' Miss Biddy O'Reilly" (prilleii for him by i^nTrish BarristK); tl)C favourite new Si>6i/;"aS snttg by Mr. Webb atA'auxbifll liuit Seanont wi)|i.-jltiau.^uiil:-;e>i|biuiiBH|ii;, A|i)>XitHse,'^ called^ At- iheifWd'of tlie Play, a Comid Irish Duet, called, "Ted. dy and.Nmah," by Mr Welin and Mrs. Jones (as sung by Mr. VVebband Miss TunslaM at Vaiixh-ill Gardans ; rum-posed by Mr. Parry; auil the admired Soncs, called ' The Waliijoo Mao," bv .Mr. \Vel,ber; and " \Vbeu tbe Sails were unfurled," by Mr, Thome. After which, the pnpiilar Farce of THE REVIEW; OK, THE WAGS OF WINDSOR. TbePaitof Loom-y Rl'r�nlier, by IMr. Webb. Doors to be opened at Six, and the Performance to begin precisely at Sevrii o'Chrk. Tickets anil Places fi>r ibeBiixi-s to be bad of Mr. Webb, 6, Charlolle-lerrace, Nrw Cm, near the Coburg Theaire, Lambeth.marnh ; and v,t* Mr. Massiughara, at ihe Box Oilice of the Th.atre. Boxes, G.-Pit, 3s-Galbrv, 2.-Upper Gallery, la. Half Price, Boxev, 3j.-Pit, Qi-Gall.ry, Is,-Upper Gallery, fid. MIDDLESEX. t li.e genekal QUARTER ses.'^ion of Ibi- PEACE "f (tor Lord the Kin Muiy iby ait3,.urnmriii), *in TU t^D.^Y, tin* 9ih ilay of May, iii the fiisl ye.ir iif liie Kclsji of iiur Siivrreign Lord Georue the Fcoith by the Grace of Gnd,'of ttie UnileU Kiiied'jm of Great. Britain and Ireland. Kine, |)e-frndcr of the Faiili, hcfnre Francis Const, Edmund Cot-telill, Samuel Puikis, Rirbard llolmns, E>qiiirPS, and others their l''i,llowh, Jnstici>s of our said Lord tbe Kiiip, assigned to kt-ep the Peace in tlip Comity aforesaid ; atni also to bear and determine divers Felonies, Trrspasses, and other Misdemeanors, rointnitted in tbe satne County. In pursuance of an Act of Parliament, made and passed in the tbirtiTtith year of the icign of his laie Majesty, �n-lituled " .In Act lo mipnwcr the .Majjislraies Iheiein mentioned tt, settle and regulate the wages of persons emidoy  Jniirucynieu and Joiirneywoiiien working within the County of Middlesex, in tliose.br.inelies of the SiiU Manufactures called Royal Florets on Stage Harness or .Moniiture, to be paid for as in the Schedule brreimder written, is ntore particularly mentioned and'expressed. And tbe said Justices do further order that notice hrreof be given by printing aiitl pubiistiing the aaiiie Ihiie lini' s iii the two Daily Newspapers called 77ie Homing I'ost and The BniTisit Press, �ilhi� the spare of fuurtern days m xt after the making tb-s order, and all \Vejvera and tlinr Joiir-neymeu and Jourueywomeo are hereby strictly irqoi.td to observe tbe same. By tbe Court, SELBV, The Schedule above referred lo. THREE THREAD AND FOUR THfiRAl) FLORETS ON STAGE HARNESS OR AIOUNICRE. Three Threads made single or dnuble in tlie lei�b cut by tbe thiiil part of a dent l,OQfl ir uiii'er, 2d inches or under, 15 lanims or cords or under, per   s. d. yatd.................-........................    1   2 16 to   21 Iimuis or cords ......................    1   3 22 to   30 ....................................    1   4 31 to   41...................................   1   5 43 lo   60 ....................................   1   (J 61 to   90  ..................................    1   K 91 to 120 ................................    ..   1 1(1 121 to 161) ....................................   2   0 151 to ItSO....................................   2   2 181 to 210.........................,..........   2   4 211 to 240 ....................................   2   15 241 10 300....................................   2   9 301 tu 360 .....................................   3   0 361 to 420 ....................................   3   3 421 to 480 ....................................   3   6 For every 100 ci-rds or under, mure extra..........   0   4 For every mo in the ierd extra ..................   0   2 If it ex'-eed &6 d�nt9 to be paij as 100. One shoot lo tbe line with one .shuttle, 100 shoots or tindir to tbe inch, fur tveiy It) sbnois e;tlru .. ....   0   1 Should it exceed 5 sbnnis to be paid us 10. To We allowed half as maoy mure biuckleeaor lushes as cords up to 150 euids. And above 150 cords to be allowed one third more brucklees or lashes than thtre are coida. For eveiy 10 or under, more extia................   0   1 To be allowed to work backwards and forwards in a regular course. If worked with a simple, ex'ra . ................   0 .6 From 21) to 22j inchef, 1,2(10 or under, extra ......   0   3 From22^ to 27 inches, 1,400 or under, extra ......   0   6 If any uf tbe above works be made 4 tb^^ad8 in tlif reed, and cut by the fouilh part uf a deul, to be paid extra per Jar! .........................   p   3 STRICTURES CURED,  . Y a new Metliotl the above troiililesome Cotii- __plaint Is entirely eradicated (without the use of Baugie or Canstte), whetliet of lung at short ataHdlun, except cuiu tttluiiuual, as #ell asall iveaknessr* geMerally accompany-iiif it, and iu abort lima the whole system is re-eslu-bluhed, beiiig *�iie of tbe'greateitt'discoveriM e*er made, bfLVNCtf, 38, t>itke-�ireel,�t. Jiimes's. Bcspeftahki red-reuoea will begwen if ri Tbe price of the Mrdiciae, i� Fi?e Pusndt a '"Jt^arfect Cttr� for SilWtii ASpeclion and oUtruetioB in ttefiwarcla. C'''ENOtAV'H i�rjbe',\1E\1f)UY of  f^>i'eyci|enl>li(:, apnt muiu be yet a �o,k of li....., Mr. WV^^jbinUs Ihal'the RXHIBIIION "f Ihe ^Umi^^ilKil'^^W^^^^Vy'^'i^ be gratilying lo.ihe Pnhlir; he ih.i-i-f.ire bi^i^-io, infori^ ihem that it is Nt)W OPEN In llieir vtew;''ai&'^l), Heiiiieita-stieet, CaveudiNb-si|naie-Admitiniicr, Uuk'Shilling, -------.i>fcai-tMiS.-:-�  i "-:-_ Mi{. GLOVKim EXHIBITION ..f OIL and WATER C,(9l. tHl PAINTINGS IS Nl/W OPitN; AtrilieGreai fi* ltfeniion of the Amaleur.s of HieTnieV4rl��tob1S'W^Bt^|{�:.leftve.-t�;aiitnon�� that it t.s'4kut; Jt>tniidrd'tlie.' , Ihe ,folloi�ing Articles have been �r,iigl>t for cash at little mure than half their value, and are now selling at the very siaall advance of Is, in the pounil upon the cosf �price: - Rich striprd an! cheeked Sarsiiets, 2a. 9d. to 3s. 3d. per yard, usual price 3s 61. lo 4s. 6d ; good Silk Dresses, extra l.ngih, idi. 8d. each; Italian Gauzes, the finest made, 2s. 6d, per yard ; rich Wbite Sitins, 3a. ^d. worth hi, Bd, ; heautiful While Damask Scarfs, 12s 6d. each: also Du. "capes, Gros de Naples, Pans Coids, L wer� wnsoiiaonslj' a'gipred lo t-- � Reanlved-That it appears highly necessary to this Meet, ing that an appeal shuold be made lo the Friends of Huma-oiij, lo assist tbe Widows and Fatberlesa Children uf the Uufortunaie Ken who suffered the sentence of the Law on Monday, May 1, 1S20, Resolved-That tbe names and Addressed of the snflering Families he publicly announced in tbe daily Papers, in ord.r that Ihe charitably disposed may bestow their own beuevo-Icute. "Signed by order of tbe Committee, J. WHITTAKER, Treasurer. JAM ES GRIFFIN, Secretary. Mrs. Thistlcwood, No. 40, Stanhope-street, Clare-market, OaeSin. Mrs. Davidson, No. 9, SriSlth's-court, Windmill-street, Haj market, Six Children. Mrs lugs, No. 15, Gunstreet, Union-street, Spitalfields, Four Children. Mrs.Tidd, No. 8, Bell conrt, Gray's InO-lane, Two Children. Mrs. Brunt, No,39, King-slrect, Soho, Otic Child. Mrs. Siraugi-, No, 3, Ruse and Crown-court, Shoe-lane, Two Cbiiilreu. Mis. Biadburn, No. 6, Duke's-courl, Drury-lane, Three Children. Mrs. Wilson, No. U, Fox-place, Old Lord'.s Cricket, ground, Paddiiigtun, One Child, and far advanced in Preguaiiey. '  ' Mis. Harrison, No. 6, Little Park-street, New-road, Paddiiigton, Three Childn n, and Dillo^ SubMcriplkios will be received at RIessrs. Clement and Binbow's, opposite St. Clement's Church, tn the Strand; at Mr. Wist's,54, Wych-slreet, Drurylnne; nt Mr. Davisoo's, 10, Dake-slreel, Sniithfield ; at Mr. Tinkler's, Hnmer-slreri, Crawford-street, Purlman.square ; at Mr. Griffin's, 10, Middle-row, Holboru, Secretary ; at Mr Whitaker's 18, Union, ftreet. Borough, Treasurer; at Mr.Squire's,Strutton-ground, Westminster, Tobacconist; aud at Mr. Walker's, Gun-street, Spilalflelds. JHtlii J. SiVEWRIGHP beff to reipinti  the Public that NEXT THURSDAY the Lottery draws. The Two First Priz'a-will each receive in addition 10,000/. Couaols.   Tbe Wheelcontains FOUR Prizes of 30,000/. TWO, Prizes of 10,000/. FOUR Pi lies of 1,000/. tiC. &c. forming Setcniy-eight Capital Prizes in Honey and ContnU. Warranted Undrawn Tickets and Sharet are on Sale at tluirvery Foriunale Offices, No. 37, Corohill; ii, Hoi-born ; 38, Hay market '"and 141, Oxford-street; where they suld ttie followiog Capitals, drawn the First Day, No. 9,814........a Priae of......20,000^. 13,768........a Prize of......    500/. ' 3 per Cent. Consols. r C H L E S S VV H E E L.-N � X T THURSDAY. CARROLL, COiNTRACTDR: 4 2 4 4 10 10 ! 30 . of , , i'30,t)00 Consola 10,000 Consols 1,0110 AluOey 50,0 Cotiaula 400 Consols 300 Censofa .200 Money ,,........       20t> Consols ...... Besides the foil proportion of 10W.-5O/. and 16/. Prizfa. TWO _____PriztB of        jeip^QOO Must.he drawn the I'IrsI Fiire tlinutes NEiT THURSDAY. Warranted Undrawn Ticket, aud Shares ore Selling by CARROLL. C^)ntr�ctpr, No. IJI,-ConihiU,and 48,. Oxford-street, London, wlio'JSharrd and .Sold, lailiWlW (t'wniuotbs, 2aH7-.-i...11)'J)l)l)/ I 7.C03..i..:.&Jj|�tl�. ;, , �130,000 80,000 4,000 2,000 4,000 3,000 2,81)0 6,000 / �-  Copy of Sixty-one Notes, from an Bdiliou of the Douay Bible, puldisbcil in 1816  Printed for J. J. Siockdale, 41, Fall-ipall. Of whom may be had, priCeiSsii.- ' The celebrated BLUE BOOK ; or Dvciara'ion and Pro-teal of tbe English Catholics, ai>d the Worfo>fe�tn'�f"ded by tbe Society for Uelendiug the Established Ch.nrcb. This day are published, haudsouiely prinlrd fii one vnlnmr' 8vo. price in boards, 10<. 0d. inscribed, wtl& permission, - to tbe Earl of Liverpool, SERrVlONS,   cmiiprisinij .Vj!ri,nira.^.iyintter�   of By the Rev. D. W. GaRROWJ'^D. Of Chrisl Church, Oxferd, and Rector ,<)f East Barnett Herts. Printed for F. C. and J, Rivington, No. 62, St. Paul's Churrh-yard, aud No. 3, Waterloo-place, Pall-mall. DONN'.S ACCENTED CATALOGUE OF PLANTS. Tbifs day is published, very neatly printed in 8vo, price I0s.6d, boards, a new Edition of , ORTUS CANTABRIGIENSIS ; or. un ACCENTED CATALOGUE of PLANTS, INDIGENOUS and EXOTIC, cultivated'in the Cambridge Botanic Garden. By the late JAMES DONN, Curator, Fellow of tbeLinnxan and Horticuljuril Socielies. Ninth Ediiion, improved and augmented, with references tofliuresof Plants, by FREDERICK PUKSH, anthor of the " Flora of North America." Ijindon: Printed for F C, aud J.Rivingtnn; Longman, llurst, Rees, tJi me, anil Brown; J. Mawm^ti; Baldwin, Cradock, aud J'ly ; Sherwood, Neely, aud Joaes; and T. Hamilton, aud R Newby, Cambriilge. CONTINENTAL GUIDES. The following New and Portable Bunks, with coi-rect Maps, . -Plans, Views, &c. are    ost   published   for   the Use of Travellers on the Continent: LaNTA'S  NEW JMCTURE of PARIS, 8s. bound, with Costumes, lis.-Reichard's Itinerary of France and Belgium, 8s. bound.-Keicbard's Itinerary of Italy, 10s. 6d. bound.- Reichard's Itinerary of Germany, 12�. bound.- Reichard's llineriTry of Denmark, Sweden, and Russia, 7s.bound,.- Reichard's Itinerary of Spain and Portugal, 7b bound.-Schreiber's Guide down ihp Rhine, 8s. bound.-Vast's New Picture uf Rome, 12s. houoil.-Vasi's New Picture of Naples, lOs, 6d bound.- Post Roads in Europe, Ss. bound.- Boyce's Belgian Travellir, 8s. bound,- Ebel's Guide through Switzt-rlaud, 8s. bound,- Ebel's Atlas of SwiiZTland, with Keller's Map, 8s. half bound-Genlia' Manuel du Voyageur, three Laoguages, English, French, and Italian, 6s. 6d. half-bound-Ditto, in six Languages, English, French, Italian, German, Spanish,and Portuguese, Us. 6d. half-bound-B'agdon's French Interpreter, Bs. 6d. Iialf-bonnd.- Whitaker'a Modern French Grammar, 6s. 6d. half.bonnd-Romberg's New Picture of Brussels and its Environs, Ss. bound.-Art of Correspondence, 5a. half-bound.-Catalogue of the Pictures in the Loovre, 4^. buarda, 9*. bolind.-.^A:1arge Map of Frant^e, Belgium, Switzerland, &c. 63. folded, 9s. canVass and case.-Hamuni^re's New Pocket Dictionary, in French and English, and English and French, revised by C. P. Wbitaker, 8s. bonnd.-Tourist's Juurual, 2!,. 6d. Printed for Samuel Leigh, 18, Strand. This "lay is published, price 3s. that useful and interesting Family Work (wt'b which Is given on elegant Portrait of tbe AulhorV entitled AGUIDE TO HEALTH; or, Advice to both Seses, in a variety of Complaints. By S. SOLOMON, M.D. Containing a Treatise on Female Diseases, Nervous and Hypochondriac Complaints; also General Remarks on the Diseases with whirh Ihe human body is most frequently af-flicte'd; explaining tbe symptoms, mode of treatment, and remedies most properly adapted for Sexual Debility, &c. Sold by Leigh, 18, Strand;  Biiroo, 150, Oxford-street; Butler, Cbraps)de; Tult, Exchange; and Ward, Hoiborn. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MR. EVANS, At his House,No.96, Pall.mall, on WEDNESDAY NEXT, May 17, and following Day, SPLENDID BOOKS, ORIGINAL DRAWINGS, -    MISSALS, and GLOBES. A VALUA BLE COLLECTION of BOOKP^, JTa.' 6oeks of Prints, illuminated Missal.s, with exquisite Miniature Paintings, splendid Works of Natural History, a Pair of capital Globes, &o,; including Shakspeare'a Plays, first edition, 1(J23 ; Mus6e Francois, 4 vols, in 6, brilliant impressions, chiefly proofs ; Cabinet de Crozat, 2 vols, large paper; Galerie de Florence; Galerie du Palais Royal; Le Brnn, Galerie des Peiutres Flamands, 3 vols, morocco; Boy dell's" Shakspeare, 10 vols, russia ; Boyrr's Edition of Hume's England, 10 vols, russia ; Furster's British Gallery, proofs; Le VailUnI, Oiseanx d'Afrique, 6 vols, largest paper, coloured plates; Hitloire del Pigeons, coloured plates, Sec. Sec. INDIA. GAZETTE EXTRAORDINAUY. 2 3�7...w..30jUl)ll/ ;706.....,2K0()1)/ 4,163......io.oon/. 7.CO3..i,i.M0Ut a,8^B, .,,..2,000/., *c'.'&c.'' CAR^OtL 'shaVed;�Bd--Su|ld P , was taken postessioii of this tnoruiiig by the force under ray cotiimund. Previous to making you ae-quainfed with' the circuiuntaHces whii;h let! lo ihia foitnnate result, I ahall do myself lUe bououjr biitf-ly to detail the events which occorred between the period of my Ust cominatucatton and ihi; coni-mmceineiii of the operaiwim before Ras-o|-Khyina. Qa Ihe Igih uliimo, after comvlelitig my ar-ratigi!:iiieati .at A]tipcat, the Liverpool tailed for the rendexvuu* ut Ktshiiie; on the 2Itt we fell Ut with the fleet utf llie Fersiuu coast, atid an-chored oif the UUnd of Lariuck oti the S4th No-veinber. As it appeared probable that a considerable period would elapse before the jtiuttiou of the tltipt which were detained at Bombay, 1 conceived it wouid prove hi|(h(y advautngeuut to avail^pvynelf uf thfit' iiiiervitl )ii acquiring n� acctitute m k,iH>� ! ti,ertoual ob'lierviiuuu rould.iHpply, aud I i^'ddly euibmced the |>rup tal uf CajHstii Cultmr, lU t the UBtrpoot thOultJ prucetd thither for t' at purpose. T-he senior engideer jvat' itoci rtiiii^'jr' taken on bonrd, and huvitig sailed frniu Larrui k . iK the mornitiK of the 25l)). tve Unchr.ted iffftrt.--. q,l-Khym� the 27lh. The |vlace iv�� ciosfly ^^.(l repeuteflly recontiotieretl; flmj the weatl.er -(.�..�,. tiuuin r our iipernt1 (letern-.,v.-il lo order doivn the Iroopi ant) coMi.tieuce theal-.j k witliout wniiii(g f,r thu rear ir ,i.�j/i.ri>, us Oti seaKoti of the 'iinrlli-we�t wmt.'s w.i- ri[)ii!lv nj,-proacliiii^, anil Cuptniii Collier Hj)|ir;ii,-il ii|i|ii elim-nve thai a 1'urllier-tlelay niiglit provr Htlniiie.ii.il to tlie etiterpitzp. A vessel ���., ihtreloie-, dif.-palclieil with iii�tri]Ctloii)i to Ciipi.Hiii \\'a|,,(,|.-, wj.i, was left in charge of the -fl-tt, otiil o.i-iiie 'il iiiat^iit tile liaiisports arrived ui.dtr cohvoy of tl^e , Curlew. iVo lime was lotl iil muking the uereii iry jire-paiatioiis for Undiiig,.; which was etfeote-d the I'ul-lowirjg Oloriiinjj without opposifioi, nt n >pt>t wliTcii"flail Ijeeii (irrvioftfly telecleii fat that purpose, about two miles to ihe siuitfiwuKl t,l flic lavrii. Tltf troops were formed across ll�r isthmus cui .tt|ip.irle  WHS ex[)ecle(l to afford jjood cover for the men, and to serve as a tiepot for stores previous to the erection of the batterie�. The whole ot th vcr lie bunk ahove ile^ctibed, close untler Uic v/�li,, of the fort, lollowed by the pickets under Mii)-ir iVIo'.e*-wnrtli, who took post at the sainl l> n-.k, winUi thtt European light troops wete ckiiini-liui;; in Irunt.-. The enemy k*-pt up a sharp lire of ninaketry and cannon during these movemetiis ; anfl i regret lo add, that Major Moleswoitli, u ga!:,iiil a^.d Zr-alous (.nicer, wus killed by a '�rtiioon >liot at ihe head of the pickets, Lieut. Siepney, o.I'lheCSib, was wounded oti this occasion. TJie tronp'i, hov-ev^r, inaiiitained their position, dnrin-j the diy, and in the night effected a loilgnifnt wiiliiu 300 yard:, of the souihernmiisl tower, and t reeled abal-lery for four guns, together with a niortur battery on the riijht, and a trench of cnramunication Jgr the protection of the covering patty. The weather having; become' raiher unfuvonr-able-for the diseinbarkution of the stores required for the siege, it was with considerable difficoUy that this primary object was effecieil; but every obstacle was turm.ouiiT'ed by the zeal and indelu-ligable exertions of the navy, and on the mortiing of the Gil)  we  were enableti   lo open three 18-poundert on the fort; a couple of howitzers and 6-potin(ler3 were also placed in the battery oa the right, which pUyed on the ilt-fenres of the towers, and nearly silenced the eiietnj's ft'e.   The Liverpool, iluriiig these operations, warped in as close to the shore as her draught of waier would   [rer-mii, and opened her guns on,the Imv.i, which iiiunt have creaietl ronsiderahie alarm in the gairisou, but she was unfo'tunately at too great a distance to produce aiiy decided effect.   The enemy, who duiiig tl'.e whole of onr progress exhibited a cniisiderabl^ degree of resolulioii' tu wiilistatidng, and mgentjiiy in countfracling our attacks, sallied furlh at eight o'clock this evening along the whnle front of car enfencliments, crept close up Ii> the iiiortar buttery without being perceived, and entered it ovet the  parapet, after spearing . the advanced sentries. The party'which occupied it was obliged to retire, but being iinniedialely reinforced,   diargeti   the assailants, who were driven out of the bnllery with cousideruble loss.   The attack on the left was repelled iiisiatitaiieously by thi- spirited resistance of the covering party, under Majoi- Warren, who distinguished hiiiiself much on this occasion by 'his coolness and gallantry.   The enemy repeated attacks towa;d� moining. but was viguruu.sly re-pul�ed.   During the 7ih eiery exertion wns made to land und bring up the retuaining guns �tid/nurturi, which whs uccoiiipli.�ihed during the night, after incessant labours, by the sailors, assisted by working parties from the troops, and ihoie of hit fjighiies* the Imaum, who cheerfully volunteered their services.   They were immediately placed In buttery, together with two 34-pounders, which were landrii from Ihe Lreerpaal, and in the morning the whole uf uvir ordnance apeneiLon the fort, and fired winh scarcely any intermission till sun-set, when the breach on the curliiin was reported uearly practicable and  the towert almost  untenable.    'Immediate arrangements were made for the assault, and  the troops ordered  to  move  down to tiic trenches  at  day-break   the next morning.   The bombjrdcaent cnntinueil during  the  uight, aud the batteries having recommenced   their fire before day-light, completed the breaches by eight o'clock.   Tlie aceuinpiinyiiig orders will explain'to hit Excellency the dispositions of ultack, ai well as the ineasurea taken to guard against the possibility pf a f'lilure,' in the event of the enemy dv-fending himself as desperately as might have been expected from his previous defence. . Theie pre-cauliont, however, were unnecetsHry ; the-pafSy moved foFward about eist'i-  o'clock, and entrreU thtrfurt through the breaclies without firing a shot: and itioou appeared thai the enemy had eyavn^iited the place.   The town was taken postettion of,.und fiiuud almolt entirety deserted, ouly 18 or 20 inet\, autl a few womeit, retnaiitit.ig in their houtes'. Upon the whnle, it appeart evident, eootid�ria;{^'the tpitited behnvioor of. Ibe enemy at theicommeocc-inetit uf the >iege, tliaV their tuddew 'reip[>ititiiv (o evacuate the pl<�ce wasi occaiiouyd, by th^, ovei-whelining Sre 61 jlh�h^tiliery,^"0^ which they <^^d haile fbriotiil no previoos jdeji; itud wbicH the atcjijle meant|tlaGt 7 to       ii uueh lent l^a   

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