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   British Press (Newspaper) - May 22, 1820, London, Middlesex                                THIS EVR^vI?i'^'iTmm&'V,:'mt;9^/m- tear, Mr.Jfeolw 0i^flIi%���dxv M*. M'Kena} J l>�ke of eB^�,*MI,,,j^f>^^e4bfcip(�#^,^ Mr. Popt; Edgv, ^k.,�tt?S5ym�^silJ^r.B^�'f>ard,� Gottwil. ; Mis. Olavcr.} ltt'�Mi,:Jln!i^^^^j|^l^;^(^ Abt, IK^ IVest. After which {iSBfr ti DEVIL. f; Siguor Tta- [ Bpok-Jfeceprr. THE I WUclIove^M r; IJAnti^'i fa�!, Mr.-Galtii--, eiaiiiSHSJ^ Th4 boors will V W?' FM-forinaiirce will coras]!^ aud the ^rt" ""^^^S^^^-i/-f^ On Tliursday, a niw T^ageily, eotflled rir|Jpia�, At The Fall of the Dewmviri, iu which (Hf.Kean vill suitain th� pnncip:il character-whh What Nejtt i THE A TliB-liOYAL, COVBST'BARDEN. rriHIS EVENING^ MONDAY, iVlHy 22; will i    be acted, 4th time, a new HistprrcalTj'aevdy, called VIRGINJUS; Or, THE UBER*nOi� OF ROME. AppiuB CUiidiii", Mr. Abbott 5 Virginius, Mr. Macready ; Icilius, Mr. C. Kcmble; ClaudTua, Mr. Connor; Sicriua IJenlnlus, Mr. Terry; NumetoriuB, Mr. Egerton.   Virginia, JJiss Foole; Seivia, Mr�. Fiiuclt. The Frulouue to be spoken by Miss S. Booth; the Epilogue by .\lisB Briinlun. After which will be produced, flrat lime, a new Spolch -Siomauce, in two acts, called THE BATTLE OF BOtfiWELL BRIGG. Lord Evandale, Mr Duru�at-,.Col. Clarerhoiise, Mr. Coh-uor; Major Rellendeu, Mr. Blanehard ; Serjeant Bolhwell, Mr. Coiner; Henry Morton, Mr. Abbott; Gudyill, Mr. Chapman; Ciiddie Heddrig, M/. Emery. Lady MargarH, BcUendeu, Mrs. Davenport; Edith, Miss M. Tree; Jenny Denulsou, Mrs. T. Hill. . , Coveoaulers-John Balfour, Mr. Farley : Maose Heddrig Mrs. Connor. The Ooors will he opened at Half-past Six o'Clocfc, and the Play begin at Seven. Coxes 7s.; Second Price 3s. 6d -Pit 3�. 6i.; Second Price 2s.-Lower Gallery 2g.; Second Price Is.-Upper Gallery 1.-.; Second Price 6d. To-morrow and Saturday, the Bomaace of Henry Qualre. THEATRE-ROYAL, COVENT-GARDEN. R.  MACREA.DV   has  the h.moiir of b�. _ _   nouncini; to his frieiida and  the Public, th^l TRIDAY, JUNE 9, is appointed for his NIGHT, when will be acted the Trapedy of KING LEAR, from the Ori-ffinal Text of Shakcpeai-e; the pari of-King Lear, by Mr.. .MACREADY. Other Eulertainmenls will be cpecified in future Adver< liscmenls. Tickets and Places to be had of Mr. Brandon, at the Box-Office; and of Mr. M^cready, Mo. 60, Berners-sireet. LAST TiHtEE WEEKS of MR. M�TI1eWs AT HOME, AT THE THEATRE ROYAL, ENGLISH OPERA-HOUSE, STRAND, THIS PRESENT MONDAY, May 22, the emioently successful Entertainments of last ycsrwiil be repeated: THE TRIP to PARIS, with LA DILIGENCE. And on THURSDAY and SATURDAY NEXT(incon-seqiirnce of the increasirg patronage and popularity) Mr. M.\THE\VS will have the honour of again introdnring his Friends to hi� COUNTRY COUSINS, and THE CHRIST-MAS .IT BRIGHTON. THEATRE-ROYAL, HAY.MaRKET. t.'uder the Authority of the Right Hunourdbie the Lord Chamberlain. FOR THE BENEFIT OF MISS BOYCE. f'lSS BOYCE has the hoiinur to inform her Friends and the Public in general, that it ia her in-IrutioK lo take a BENEFIT at the above Theatre, THIS PRESENT MONDAY, May 22, tSaO. Her preteueiunB Iu patronage are founded on the following statement:-She Iins for-slxteen years been a Member of the Company of the 'I'healre-Koyal, Drury-lane, but ei train of misfortunes, and illness, of Ihe most severe kind, have of late prevenled her from [uusuing her profession, and she is now obliged to appeal 10 riie benevolence of those who have known her, and 1,1 Ihe ayropaihy of siratigcrs, for their support in this her muRl trying situation. The kindness of the Proprietor of the I'heatre-Royal Haymarket, aflTords her Ihe use of the hou'e free �rexpense, a favour she ii proud thus to ac-Icuuwleilge; and she flatters herself that the enlertainmenia nTinounced will have the stamp of much approved merit of liie first magnitude, for iheallaininenl of which she is in-(libled tu Ihe general good-will of the Performers, and lo the saiiclion and liberality of the Managers of the principal Theatres. The evening'-a entertainments will commence,with Sheridan*b celebrated Comedy of THE SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL. In Ihe course of Ihe evening, the Minuet De la C^ur and Veitris's celebrated Gavotte, by Mr. St. Albin and a Young Lady, his pujiil, her-firstiippearBnce. Tlie whole to conclude with the favonrite Farce, calleil THE DEVIL TO Vk\. Jiibson, Mr. l)owton; Sir John Lnverule, Mr. M'Keon. I.aily Loverule, Mrs. Har4�we; and Nell, Mrs. Davison, uho will iulroduce the'admired Scotch Ballad of" Roy's Wifeof Aldivalloch." BMea, 68.-Pit, 33.-Lower Gallery, 2s.-Upper GaU lerv, 1�. ( rfkeis and Ptoces for Ihe Boxes to be bad of Miss Bnyce, �.�\ r.iiss Pearec's, 32, Great Russell.street, Covent-garden ; i �di�irtd�aA**(Msi�� "�^'^QglCAL ^DESIGNS.-. P0BX*A1T4,. is JUMV OPEN at Ho, etV'I'KH. th,eBfili�h lostUittino). , tht 'MieHtfon of the Aowteori" pC ,^,bei(� lii^Ve Iu anuouacetbnl it It'Gfajlefji (>bitll rein>i� open longer th�n 'jb^ttmsLtfonlh.  The Pictures w|tich it ' � ' t^ly�d*ired 00 the Cootinrnl,. �M'' most disjuijpiishe^ J��ftli.�ie�i ^nd III,Political Cl!��act�r� Wl��,fa,ye r'ry of rkhIcth limea, ie:||jiilliu� J '^.tateWwi, �>�j*b�Se_^r-  . arbPe^ns as- �>q�|ytUy,<.f ,j!Wiidn� of the. < iNyj|lpX*fip<)W fte C^^^   lu -^WflM^b**"""*** wjlh whom IJ&drt .Bletero'fcloek of'lhe/,�aid wbii iicnuHy TH� tCORONATiOM.f with the manner uf the Cfaaiuplou^s ^erforiuine the eeremooy uf (he Ohalleiige, The Perfotgiaitees to conclofie with tbe uatircfc^iiledly ueceisfal mW Melo-'drame uf THIS MAN OF THE BLACK FOREST, Doors: op�o at Ralf-iMit FHrr, PciforiDaacc to rtxnraciicc at.Six. Plarear fitr tbe Boxe^ majr be taken of Mr. Stucki s4< the Box.Offit�.,|f tbe TbeUrr, CTfry day freu� Tea till Fow �'CI��k. f^seca kfitt till fctrrn., B n�ols, in thf ^VIltf('l. NEW MODE of ADVENTURE, hywhiVI, EVERY  PURCH.iSER is SECURED from LOSS on the NEXT DAY of DRAWING, THURSDAY, Ut J USE, As errry Ticket or Share bought between I8lh May and 1st June, IF DRAWN on Thursday, 1st June, whether a Blank or a Prize, may be exchanged, free of expense, f.ir an UudrawnTicket or fur an Undrawn Shire, nr the Purchase Sloneytotll 6e returne-d, if required. And Ihe bnliler of every Ticket or Share (bought as aforesaid), ir not DRAWM on Thursday, Ist June, may receive the Purchase Muuey back.fur such Undrawn Ticket or Share, if Ihe same he de-niaoded on or before Tuesday, 13ih June; thcrefure, who-yer buys before 1st June, HAY GAIN, AND CANNOT LOSE, As he may KEEP the PRIZES if lu U>ies, and RETURN the BLANKS if he plea H. Sidi^ Wh4ietkfai and Rei^il, by Baylcf BIciir, Per-fumert, Cadwpor-itrcct, LondBo. "^fffrCfi^'CSOTPilNY qf 22, 1820. kt 17, 1S30. -   0/ tl" N-rs orjENG-(ii herelip i)ire and WARE-ifc \n tVrillifg, 'g Uth day of llig. to supply iNAItS, and Vmay be sren itteei at h'ls inusl be left iiev; 1820, after �ji^Trnder. 'j'Secretary. 17, 1820. iojr.the "/ENG.; jirre LAND, ^6^' 4f^^ ik^Ji^ l^i>i4te '' '" � IMPOSES will be irad; tb �ecei�� PioposalS. fn writiug, sealed up, on or before WEDNESDAf, thfr 48lh June', 1820, from such Persous as may he williiig tiiC-supply the Cuqrpany wiJh PIG LEAD: And the Conditions of the Cuniract may be seen on application to iheClerk to the a�id Committee, with whom tbe Pru'posala must be left before lEIi'vert o'CliK-k in the Fureooott of the said 28lh of June, after which liunr the Cemmiltee will not receive any Tender. JOSEPH DAftT, Setretary. A In lite Press, Q U E E N  >5    A  P " Dicu et ."Hun Droit." ' PEAL. This day is published, tu five large rulnmei' I2mo, price II. lUs.. ^ANTO SEBASTIANO:  or. The  YMing ^9 Pruteclor.  Fourth . Edition improve�l. 1 Printed  for   Longman,   Hurst,  autl d WrtM-rs Dedi-catrd In, anj illustrated by a striking' likebesa of, bis pi-e-sent Majesiy. Vol I. Part I.-LATIMER. 8s. 6d. " No part of History is mure instrnclivti and delighlfnl tbau the lives of great and worthy men."-BtiRSET. London: Printed for Wetton aud Jarvls, 6b, and T. H. Wbileley, 3, Palernoster-row. N.D-Tbe above will be printrd in a oe-t pocket size in unison with Sharpe'a Editions, and continued Monthly, Mrs. S.irgan('a LETTERS frnm a MOTHER to her DAUGHTER at Schubt.   Price 3s. This day is published, by J. Mawman, 39, Ludgate.slreel, London, in three large volumes 4tu, price hi. Ss. boards, A  HI.STORY of ENGLAND, from the. fir.i Invasion  by   the  Romans   to the  Accession of Henry VIII. By tbe Ifev. JOHN LINGARD, Author of "The Antiquities of ilie Angli>-Saxon-Cbnrch." This Work conlaius the Hiajwry of the Southern Division oTthis Islanil, from its first lui/asioli by the Romans to the Accession uf Henry VlllJ To. ri!nder it wnrlhy the Patronage of tbe Pnblic, the Aulbor ba* spared no pains in consulting Ihe most ancient Historians, atid comparing their Narratively with Bnch^ullientic Ducnmeais as are known lo exist. He has not conliaed himself to a ^barren recital, of facts, but has endeavoured, lo trace the progress of the Nation from baibarism lo refinement, and to mark iis gra-dual improvement in tbe aria of Legislation and.Uovern-meut. "U'ith ibis view he has considered it a duly lo delineate with aceur:* y tbe manners, laws, (nd polity uf our Anglo-.Saxon ancestors; tu notice the foreign coiloios en-gra'flrd upon ihem by the Norman conquerorirs'to develope the causes which renderrA-the Suvereigr. dependant on Ihe honniy nf bis vassals, and led to Ihe inirodnclion of the Rrpresenlalivea of the I'euple into Ihe greai Council of Ihe Naliun; luid tu describe the moat Ta>u4ble improvements, which ill tbe course of each reign were made in the taws, the adminisiraiiou of justice, and tbe internal government of the kiogiloin. It in�y perhaps be iboaght a recommendation. to this Work, thai it was, io the ^r' N of rnrions and very iK-aufifii! .SII.'.WLS 0.11I SCARV^, at an astoiihihing rednctinii of pnre. Their Silecimeas in- Anglo Cadlieniere are ackiiowleiiged by Fu-reigners lo be tbe most correct imitations of India lhat linve hitherto been lifo^tttrrd. They are now oi� Sale,- from 4&8. to 15 guineas earh'(for Ready Money only), at Br�r�n and Co.'s, lb, Henrietl'd-streel, Covcnt gn'rden. CjPRING NOViELtlES, at Spif.ilfields Ho.i..e, ^ 12, Henrietla.strfet,Covenl.gBrden.-HUBBARD and Co. (late Hodges) have nov t>n Sale rhelr extensive SPRING proihtclion of SILKS, LACE?, MU.SLINS, ijnd SHAWLS. Theii' nemliiVentinus for Morning and Evening.Dress h.ive .attracted the moat leading Characters amongst t.'ie Nobility lo make extensive purchases. The New Crepe die*- Ni^ple^, India ManlUat, and Spaniifh Dre�sfs,ftre unrivaled ;'i^iri also. th% beauliftti Patterns and lirijiiant Oilu'nrs in Figured Lns-lerings, $arineU,-Salins, and Gnuzetr, wlthTaffelies, Lustres, Gros de Naples, Ducspes, Ahgofes, &c. - � Ladla"baee-4fae oppartunlfy at this House of selet from aniinlMO* SWkieverf articTb �*-D�m^rt __ their Wardrobe, ItiirweVefniig.iije or eki'ensire, at sacfa' urefl-fciiowii mtMert'te Prfcejr as4d-..fender every co^meat oinre-cisiiary, foiP'R^dy'Sidney lonlr. TO CA'PITA LISTS.' �^O be SOLD a most ELIOIBLE ESTATE for INVESTMENT, hear Ross, in Herrfordshire, viz. Ihe several Farms of Upton Coarl, Whiltock's End, Bul-lijrk's End, and Gatcomli, being land^ of tbe^rst rate qna-liiy, lying cbntigiimia, and let to most responsible tenants for upwardsof l,I00f. a year. The wlhile fnrminga properly most desirable for Trustees, or persons desirous of making a good Investment in Land. 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TluB'Inyare poblisbeil, in Eight large Vutnnv^ Svo. .price il. J6s. inboard', with a Portrait aiid an tSngravihg of his Monument, a new lUid unifona Edition of ryiHE WOHKS.   lomiilete, of thi.- Ute  Rpv. t JOSEPH MILNEK, A.M. Master of the Orammor School, and afterwards Vicar of'the Muly TrinUy Cburcb iu Kingslou-opoo-Kull; uowfirat Colhilrd and Editrd By the late Rev. ISAAC MILNER, D.D. Plt.S. ' Dean of Catliair, and President;�{ Queeu's Culirgr, Cambridge. Printed for T. Cadell and W. Davies, Strand. This Edi.tiuu coinprebeuda tbeTullowiu'g Works, each of which nay also be had separilelv, viz. 1. The HIlSTORY of "the CflilRCll of CHRIST (con-tinned, oa tbe same plan, ty tbe Uiiaa of Carlisle^ &v* volumes.  � "e, PRACTICAL SEamONS- which is'prtfixeiUaa Account of the UfeaudCharadtercf Ihe Aiitbur.by iIk Qcab of Csriisle 5 two volame*.' 3. TRACTS aud t^XYS TbtoWgtcaJ add Hj�foflyb)i oncVolum*. ' "     ' NEMUIR UF HER MAJESTY. Her M.njesly is the dauffhler of ibe lale Dufce of Bruns-^ vjirt. , Her mother wiis sisLrx to the late Ivinj;-coosri^o^ni-, ly she is the /irst cousin of her busbaad, .hitprei'cnt Msjeii-i ty.  She was bvta qa tbe 17lh of May l7S8,.and was, of ciu'rse, 52 yeara of age sii Wednesday last.   Her^falljeir^ Conn at Wulfeubnttle, ,ip Germany, was the general n'sdrt of thuse gallant udicersywho had served.wfih honour aud dis-� linciiou in the wan of Eii.rope.   ItWBS also the icfnge i�f ."ume brflve but uiifurluiijaie foreigners, who had bccume vc-lunlary ur proscribed exito from t^ir native land." The first fifiren years nf tbe life of her/Majesty were passed in tlie attainmeiii of Ibosb^ceomplishhieHts suited tu her rank, aod were ulidistihguUbed by bny events o^ a sfngnlar ur e>^-traordinarj cljiwacter? Il jnity be necessary tu observe, how -ever, lint Hie Cuurt oi the Duke her fallier partook'uf .ih�t , frredotii uf'manners which is described to exist in various ' .parts afl%^'^nti#F0l, and which, from the rigid noiKms uf ' deliracy^i'ch exists in (his coiintry, aehave been taiigbt fa some drgrer io ctonderan. ~ H^^itrted; llrat at the age of 15, a period of our livi* �fct�lfi9t>bear(' is most attsce^'ible'orii*ely ioipreasrons, a i3Jea^^tKf?dlh'flA: aister ldugdaiiv.pf D^in�%ff *aiatfBt; aainA^iie^c^i>i^ii^ |-TKetirsf aeqnai'iiJaoce betweentbc Uuke of Brunswick ai>4' ' tWs Gentleman was formed .after a hard foe'glit Ijalllc on Ibii French frontier, in which the Alliek had been ririoriouv. The personal intrepidity of Ihe young- olBc/r was coftspicu-ons, and was observed by the Doke> himself, who praised his cuniloct on the fi'rid With the frankness nf a soldier, rsisfd him to- the rank of Colonel, and appointed him one of his owirAidrs-de-Camp. An ikimdimrntis said to have sprung up between Ihia Gentleman and rt.e vuonfe Princess, wTiicb excited the dia-pA'asure'of the D�k.e. . This altachinent was pl'reiiglbened by snbsn-ijuehl circiim-Btancc's of a roimantic nature, into the deiail uf wnteU our limits will not pertail ss to enter. Suffice it to say, that after the lapse of several years, and on the evi; of Ihe friii-cess being Uioufhl to this cuunli-y lo be marrieil to his present Majrtty fthen Prince of Wales), a wild and desperate allempi was made by the Gentleman in queslioo, aided by ioirish Nobleman. This was defeated by Ihe vigilance �f her father. She wis rescued from the danger by uhich she was threatened, and aa�ely conveyed to our shores. The aathocs of tbe iiiiended uulrsge were for some time ren-finrd in prison, but rvenlually escaped. The une was subsequently reported lu have bekn killed at the hatlle of Holirn-' linden, and Ihe other fell a victim to ceriain visionary schemes into which he bad entered wilh regi!r.l(u bis own Coqntry. On llie arrival of tbe Princess, in company wilh those dis-tinguish-d prrsuus who bad been appointed li< Conduct lief lo Ihe British Court, she was receiveil with ail Ihose marks of res|.ect to which her intended connexion with the son and heir of the Ibrune entitled her. Tbe public journals of that day were lavish in their praises of her beauiy and accom-,plisiimentB, and spared no pains in giving rinu eclat lo the Sfilendid crremiiny of the marriage, which took place on the 8ih of April, 1795, in presence u[ Ihe King ai.d Queen, and of alftbe persoos of elevated rank iu ibe kingdom. 1'he. nation tealified their satisfaclion upon Ihe occasion by ad. dresses adiich poured in from all.quarters, and in which the happy conple were Congratulated nn their union. 11 may nut perhaps be forgotten, that at Ibe lime when this marriage was on Ibe lapis, the Prince had incurred couki-derable (?ebt8,to,lhe amonnt of639,98D^. .1 promise, it wia said, had been inade in a certain quarter to discharge there debts without an appliralion to ParKament. Whether this was the ease or not we. have not ourselves Kufiicient iufor. . mation to stale wilh certainly; but. il avpears that lb� subject actually was brought before Parliament, and lbs Kin; in his Message lo the Housi-s, in abutit twenty dsy< - art erThtf'marriage tnpk place,-naked fur sn-vxiabitshioeul, l .000} for furnishing Carllon-hou.ie. Tfans, at least, the Prince was relieved from pecuniary encnmhrances, and if Ihis alone were calcuialed lo ensure his quiet, nil might h^ve been wpll. There are olher sources of hnmao hsppi-itfjss Qiid misery, however, ivhtcii cannot at ali time; be con-Irijlieil. It is yei fri.-sli 111 the recollection of many of m^, that of all men calrulated lo excite the udmiraiinii of the visiiors to his august father's Cuurl, mi man posses.wd sironjer powers of fascination than Ihe f'rinrrof Wales.- He was alike the idol of his own anil of ihe softer sex. Kalnre was bonnlifnl in her gifts of personal .allraclionK, and those gifli were improved and rendered irreiistible by the aids of art. He was one of the ninsl occoniulishcd scholars of bis age, and no man could exceed him in those olher acqoirefhents, which arc known io stand in such bizii aud deserved estimaiion among all ranks uf society, Hu had too, a suarepiiblo .ind open heart, and mnay instances are npon record, whiih eviiice the benignily and geberosily of his disposition. With such feelings, it cannot be considered extraordinory thai he should uccasio'nallv have becftnie eiilanjHed in those snares which were consianily prepared for hiro, by those en. rhantiug Circes who flitled ain.nt the Court of St. James. Neilher can we be surpiised that he should himstdf, before he ever thought of his present wife, have felt the power of that passion from which the culilest stoic is not �L all times exempt. That be did feet lhat power we believe there is little reason tu doubt; and ue menlion this liierrly to shew lhat causes may exist nf a nalure perfectly intelligible, wbicb may operate ai* a bar lu Ihe existence of a sentiment of a similar character upon Ihe mere soggestiuti of slate puliiy. Without pursuing Ihis subject further, we shall proceed lo stale that it unhaopily occurred wiihiu a fi-w monlhs of the nuptials of the P.oyal Pair, that some circiimslancea arose calculated to disturb their domestic .bliss. To what these circumsianres were to he allribnted we know' not. They might have haiipeued wiiUiTUt ground of'blame oa etiher side, aud mliiht have arisen frnm the sec/el cabals of those whir were jealuus of ihose aifcclions to which the Princess'bad uhlaiued a tegal claim, and who might have rxerird a sort of'M^chiavelian ingrnuity in creating causca for disconlenl which did nut previously exist. From what. ever suurce, huwever, this discordance of sentiment had iU rise, it was bouo found iio exist, and there were not wsnlini; those who, from private reasons, Icll a desire to increase ra.-tbrr than lu diminish lis inflni-nre. In Ihe enila si'paraiiou took place, uhliuu'ij Ibe porlies still lived under Ibesame rooT  lo this painful stale mailers rema; n.J-no mutual frieiid was found lu step in and endeitvour !u piOCiM-i" a reconcilia. tiuu. The breach became wider, and it would seem becsiBo irreparable a shori-llitie afli'J-words, in consequence of the folluwiug circunislaM^t^:-, Among the clergytoco, and chap-kins appuiuled lo attend wpun tiiL- late Queen was one gcu-lleman whose ability aloae, unaided by any. influence,, bad atlrBCttid Ihe Rojal f
                            

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