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   British Press (Newspaper) - May 25, 1820, London, Middlesex                                -   / TWENTT-FttORTH; WIGHT, , Br SPECIAL O^lRE. THF,ATIlK.ROY4l-y DHURY-LAKB. THI^ EVENING!,'TH.URSDAV. May 25, \,h Alajesiy't Serranti wilt perrotm Ihe Tragedy of KING LEAR, Kiiif I^ar, Mr.Kesii; 0nlce of Burgundy, Mr. M'Keoh; Diikr of Cornwall, Mr. PeOtryl)uhe of Albany, Mr. Thofnpiun; BnrI of Glo'slcl-, Mr. Holland; Earl of JKent, Mr.l'o|k-; Edgar,Mr. Rai;; EdmniidyMr-B�rnBrd. Gootril, Mrs Glover; Regan, Mrs. ^g�rtoi^ Cordelia, Mrs. W. MetK. - After *lutl�  >lon; Jeremy, Mr. Harlry; Signer Ra-UrU Mr. Gaitie ; CUufdiaujfMr, Barnard. Zepbyrlna, Mi�� KrUjr; NegomtWi^Mw.Bland. ; - TJie Door* will beaiwbad' rt-�rfftpaM flJK tlCUA-^Af Pfrformancp will cortmcni^ preciwijrai'ScWa, Tlie Box Office will Be opeii from Eleven (111 Five o'Ctock -Places lo be taken of'Mr. fliTdWil, Box Book.hecper.^ Tii-isotrow and'Salurday,' Kin^'Lear, with The Lady and the Ue**i.       , . *)n alimday, h new Tragedy, entitled Virginiua, or The Fall uf the Qucemviri, in-which Mr. Kcan'wilj sustain tint principalcliaracter-with IVIiat Neiit! ~,    "bFspecial desire. the A rn E-no ya /., Co v hnt-ga rd en. raifUS F.VE,VING,  rHUiiSDAV. Mny 25, .     will be acted, 23d time, a new Alusical  Drama, called TfiE ANTIQUARY. Jonalhun Olilliiirki Mr. Liston ; Caxon, Mr. Blanchar'd; i.o�il. Mr. Uiiiuflrl; Sir Arlhnr Wardunr, Mr. Chapman; MilifOchillre, l>Jr. Emery; Lurd Glcnallao, Mr.Connor; Hrc-l.ir M'liilyrP. Mr. AWjoil. iMiss Isabella Wardonr, Miss Siephens; Mi^5 IV^Hria M'fntyre, , Airs. Bisliup'; Miss Oiaxl'la OMbiirk, Mrs. Ddvenpurt; Elspelh uf ibe Craii(. liurHfoot,.AIrs. raiicil. Afler wbtcb, Mi lime, a new Scotch Romance, in two acts, . called TflK r.ATTLR OF liOTHWELL BRIGG. l.nrfl Ivvanib)!-. Mr Durnsel; Col. Claverhonse, Mr. Com. nor; Sl^jiir Urilenden, Mr. Blanchard ; Serjeant Bolhwell, Mr. Cuoier; Henry Morion, Mr. Abbott; Gudyill, Mr. Cl'n^mnii; riidifie Heddrij, IMr. Emery. Mdy MnreTarel, HuflinilMi, Vlis. Dnvenpoil; Edith, Miss M. Tree; Jenny ilciiniKAii, 'Mrs. T. Hill. Cwvenaiilers-rJobn Bq|funr,*Mr. Farley : Mause Heddrig Mis. Ci>n��r. R.ixM Js-..; .Second Price 3�. 6d.-Pit 3�. 6.1.; .Second Prict is.- l..ini.r Gntlery 2s.; Second Price Is.-Upper Gal-l.rv I-.; .Secnn.l Priite fid. To-morrow, Ihe Tragedy of Virginins, or The Liberation of Ui)ni<\ � V i)n Siiiurilay, the Musical Romance Of Henry Quatre. 'Viie Battle uf Buthwell fiiigi; will be repealed every ermine. . THEATltK-RUYA L, COVENT-GARDEN. MK. iVJACtiEADY has the h.Hionr of bij-nuiiBcinff to' his friends and Ihe Public, that riMDA^. JUNE 9, Is appointed for his NIGHT, when x-ill *.e aricil Ihe Trajedy �f KING LEAR, from tlie Original Text of SbaliBpeate. 7- .     - Other Enierlainmculs will be' specified in future Adver-tueroenl.'*. Tickeio Slid I'Ure^ to be had of Mr. Brandon, at the Box-Ortiie; and of Mr. Macready, No. 60, Berners-slreel. t.A*T THREE WEEKS. AT THE THEATRE  ROYAL,   ENGLISH  OPER.A-HOCSF., .STRAND. MR. MATHEU'.S AT IIO.ME, ^HIS EVKNING. THUKSDAY, May 25, nn.j .SATDRDAY, 27, with COL'.NtllY COUSINS, uikI TH E-CHRISTMAS AT BRIGHTON. B"^ Office open from Ten till Fonr. On Monday Nfxi, THE TRIP lo PARIS, and LA DI-MlJKNCF., bt-iri? Ihe only Night they can be repealed diinng (he present Season. BRITISH GALLERY, PALI^-MALL. rpHIS OALLEUY he OPeiNElVwith an I EXHIBITION.Qf PORTRAlTS,-tTpreseuliii(f some of the moat distineuished Persons in ihe History auit Literature of ibe Uttiied Kingdom, on MONbAY NfeXT, the aSlh Instant. . By Order,          JOHN YOUNG, Keeper. EAST INDIA Madeira wine. FOrt SALE. At the East India Honse, on VVED^'C. rliita,iit cb�r;dffi�,; ?,. .D�^^ Adelphi.-Banker)i^ndjtIerc)|pifiA^ptanU�J>,i�^^ Ihemnnent Ih'e solidiiy'cM JltiuC^aiiieil^'wifh^hrii iibei�!i�V, tecrvi^, aitd'-ftdclitj^;'; itlMtWA^. lIpOU deposit, of every,,drt�lpti..n^/.^terty, m\f, Jef Watches, Wwill^n rfiooils, ftey": Aim Jaaaical iodrutaeDta ala (horl n�ii'r0^� i�ftlf the'|crr�fieatiwr^^       ''��'.�^ Apply perwna1l�,> nt by Irrmtj pM'-paid.-Coitilaot Al> teindiince.-^'Gw'b by �ay of MQ^jjeB^yAnniiilj.    /.  . COrK AG EE CI DEIti �#. 6f�. WDbietii^ Thitilrlirionk Cidermaf Jift.i'lUd^ilherifiU.mr]tt4^e highest sparkling condition ^,]'/th�.M.ine.itlio,i|^, hj, the Dozen or in Pipes, Hl�lf Pipe*,''V  ��,' *� Sid. per Gallon, l>v applyint; Meutri '4'HO.WASVand RICHARD ABporrs, Ky|. RkljiDer^lreet, or 3^0, Oxford'sttjeef J =or by a]i;plirai|�^^^i aiiy iifjli(j.i:.A9l>.^:{0. the pliviran* uf London, �iTi^im'^TSHwiF^nc'itoiiOTf jf." � N.B-'Kne'Old SlirnxV^ijIeor BrON|a�^^8*i;t)Cr<<^i? !riiieCru�ied Port \Vinis,frnni two in live years in bottle.   . Entire Binos at 42s. pdr dozen. BE  fi.llowinir llEPORTS oF the COM-MITTEES oflhc HOUSE of.COMMONS, with Ihe MINUTE.*! of EVtDENCE, have hern reprinted:- The Report oii Ihe Crimiiial Laws, with the Evidenre of H.HobhoHse, Eiq.; Mr. T, .Sheltun, H. Woodlborpe, Esq ; T. Stirling, Esq.; Mr. H. Woodihorpe, jnn.; the Right Hon.Siir A. Macdonald, Barl.; J. H. Capper, Esq.; Rev. H.S. Colfbn, P. ColquhoUn, Esq. LL.D.; Mr. J. A. New-man. Mr. W. R. H. Brown, J. Uarnet, Esq ; Mr. f. Dub-ler, Mr. W. Payne, W. D. Evans, Esq.; W. L. Newman, E<4.: J. Smith, Esq.; Rev. J). Rnell, B. Montague, Esq ; M. WoO'i, 'Esq.;'R. Marlin, Esq.; S. Hoare, Esq.; D. Gur. noy, E.sq.!; Dr. Lushington, (J. B. Maiowaringi Esq ; Sir R. Phillips; T. G. Koapp, Esq.; MessrSi. P. and W.TIii.rn-hill, J. Harmer, Esq.; I. L. Goldsmid, Esq.; &c. &c.-2. The Report and Evidence on iHe Expediency of llie Bank Reatiming Cash Payipenls__3. The Second iteport and Evi. deuce on the Slau'of Ihe Pufice of Ihe Metropolis, 1817.- 4. The Police Report and Evidence relative to Public-house Lirenses. 1817 -5. The Report and Evidenteon Madhouses. 1816.-6. Tlie Report and Evidence on ihr Poor Laws^lftl?, -7. The Report mid Evidence on Ibe Insolvent Debtors' Act, 1818. The above Reports are published at 78. eatrii, by H. and W. Smith, Surcessors lo Mr. Cleineni, No. 198, Strand. ii� Jwwn hniU �oIx �� W'"�rJ''*��fs.i 10(1 rj�riwigef '�o.>til|s|lai>littUy imjio.�*(ry I^or tickets tp view ihepremitn, apply to llli'. Ho�d,Great Marh.w. or .Mr. Norton, Henley; and for fiirlher.particotara and to treat for Ihe pnrchat^ app% to Mr. Norton.-f.tr.strrel,. Loudwn j whu4harrd andf?old in the.Last lUillrrv Cut irael, . Nos. y,i70 a.nd hfiiS/yrizn bf 20,000f. earl.!   ,,   ' And iii A recent Loviy. All i�e Prizes of 30,0flnt !! |�ilni> this Lutlery. This di VVELY A Tale. By the Rev. CHARLES LUCAS, Author of the   luf.Hial Qgixole," �" AT^yssihian Reform," " Castle, of Sl.-Donat>;''&c; Ac. Printed f.ir A. K.'Newman and Co. Leadenhall-ctreet. The (olluwiug will shortly appear:' . The CRUSADERS; an Historical Romaitce of the 12lh Century.    By L. S. SiBoho'pe, Author of the " Baadil's Bride," &c. 5 vols.    - ST. KATHLEEN; or, the Rock nf Drtnnismoyle. By the Author of " Redmond the Rebel,". &c. &c. &c 3 sola. The ONE POUND. NOTE; and oilier Tales. By Francis Lalhom; 3 vols. B A LD WIN ; or. The Miser's Heir, SvoU. '. J VERY STRA NGr, fiet-"fMfT^^.-':>Bf Tftiett Lalhom.  Second Edition; 4vula. ASTONISHMENT. By the same Author. Second Edition ;.4 vols. jTitite IT. fr. Itnlirrik,-.jtiii. if Deal, Hunt, ^ftn^^ QniidfMll, tji^j^ . Jafflt. K. QiiTe, df ihe Gcdru custody in Surrey, Mid^ dlcsex, or the City of toudoh. ,. Order of Court fo.r discharge ofrPrisbner.to be final, unless obtained upon  f^ evt^encef-ScCi , Upoit applicattdu uf.CrrditoVs, Court may order discharge of PrrSoner.' '  ''As'touriasthe Court shafl hiive ordered discbarge,; jndg-iifienl shall be i^QMreit uplu uod,of Itui-super^or Courts al .,V??ii itiapiiiB�h(bjtKaMU'�f Ibe - .   v In c^iicuf anaeiidtitur esdii|ie, rliis Act lo be given in ' -'-Wltrt* PiiionershaUbe declared entitled, to Ihe benefit of Ihe Act, itling any ilMn|^i0'(eii�]tlfe,M:fii'**HI�f.. .   Conioiisiibiiers paw�a:�o'dec former Act esieiiUed to tin* Former Records lb.b'e.iKI *rred aver, (o oS(;ers aBiMi^A by this Act. /  ' Assignees power M>l lo extend to rerlaio prnuin*. Jnitiee'suf KesteMn, jBcc, to s#(.out of Iheir ^m-isdiesivn io r�>culi�ii.ttf the powera ufihis Act.. Aci net.tt>':cit1e�4 toGMtHva Debkinki;.. :>'Assieoee4 Id be exadined wtOiiu '        nOBtts lAvr^^ poiiiline.uf. __-   "��      . ,    BUSiySSS IN THE HOUSE OP COViiOXS.' THORsbAT IfWlM D4T>, It At J 820. NoilHea of floitovt.-Lord Archibald -Haiiiillix)-Ps pers regarilinglhe Rep'reseniatiort of the People uf Scotland. Sir . John Newport-Consideration of!'Reports.of Ihe'CommTK-sioners of Inquiry into Court* Justice in Irelahd,4i^-cially as regarding Taxation of Costs. Mr, Fydes-wtinn on Petition on behalf of Mr. Aiilrohos. praying eitlargeineut of lime for delivering in his Qualifieation, Mr.' WtTnin., ley-Bill io prevent ihe publicity of the Sp'�i!ificatunlyofSus�ex. ' , Orders of the Day.-Petersfiefd Election Petitions-nil. lot for Committee, at a quarter before three. Boainii El��-lioii Pelilion-Ballot for Commillee, at three. DroghedH Town Electiou Petitiou-Ballut.for Committee*ai hall nfier three. �TBBnsDAY.aWfB JR. Notice of Mohon.-Sir Fraijci's Burdett-laqiticy into. Transactions at Manchester .la Augjist tatl. Orders of theDay.-Baddinginiisbire Election Pelilion-- Ballot for Committee, at three. St. Ivea Elceliun Pe(iUou� -Ballot for CommiHee,.al half afler three. FRIDAYi JUHE 9. � Order of the JD.ai/.-Market Uarborangb R.iad. Sill_ Further considwration of Report. TUESDAY, JVHK 13.. Orders of the Pay.-Penr^ii filection Pelilion-Balhit for Commillee, at three.   Ipswich El::ctiun Petiltsnt-^Bal-lot for Committee, at half after Ihi-eei ,        TBURSOAY. JUN6 IS.   . TVofiee of ^o/ioii.-.Mr. Huhbuuse-.Motion regarding assumed power uf Puaishmcul for pnblisbiag Pruce�{^a^* in Courts of Justice. Ordersof the Day.-Berwick on Tw.eed Kleelioo Prtilioa -Ballot foi'Cominitiee, at three.   Limenek Cily Eiifcliuu t'etitioni-Ballot for  ay.-Notiingham Town Election Pe^i-tidn-Balloi for Comniiltee, al Uree.   Westminster Etic-tiou Petition-fiallul.'for Cdmiiiillee^ al half after thr(�, TRtmsOAY, J|J.NE!^2, Ordersof the Day',-"MiiidsloiM;"Election Pelilioos^-R^l. lot for Commillee, isl three,  CMtbrtdge BiirongJC t:ii.cl,y, Petilio-.i-Fallot for Ci>oriiSt��*,'''at half afi�r ihrtr.'- ' . ' ��)rsnAYtytt!l�?7,,, Orders of *ftrX>0!,^-,-Col�;|i?slier El^fipn Pelilioijirifiju^nt for Committee, al three.   Woultoo Uas'srt. tlcctw^ J*^. liop-fi.iltut for Committed, at half after iBiiK., '   '   ' TilliUJITAY, juHiW'- ' Orf�r�o/��v|Wry.-fi�8^- �Mj?n^ Peli- lrans~il>.llur f^ir. Uuii>igiU�^,;ai tb($w_<:Oych)r^]il(^ Pelitiou-Balioli:.i-i�����"'l ifrt!*��*�' -  ' .tUEBDA-Y, JUi.'*.4 OtAt*        Day/-OranUiam Election-BalWl foi Co&i-   

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