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British Press (Newspaper) - June 2, 1820, London, Middlesex Number 5457. LONDON, FRIDAY, JUNE 2� 1820. Pkice 7d. rHB.1 TUR.noYA L. DHUfir-LAJIB. THIS EVENING., FRIDAY, .JMn.e 2,' liis Majesty's Servants will perform, tlie Comt'dy of TOWN AND COtJNfRY. ^ ri-.5tic, Mr. P.nlry; Trol, Mr. Muiirien ; Cosey, Mr. Di,uirMi; Rev. Owen Glenroy. Mr. PowfU; Reuben Glen-/^i.v, l^!'-Keaii; Ciiptnin Glenroy, Mr Barnard; Hawhiick, Mr. Kiiiciit. Hni). Mrs. Glenroy, Mrs. Glover; Mrs. Trot, Mrs. HarliiH-e; TaiBine, Mrs. Bland. Alltr wliich (3d time at this TlieJbtre), an.ExtraTaganza, called "  . J '. GIOVANNI IN LTONDON. ; I>nn Giiivanni, Madame Veslrls; Leporello, Mr. Harley; Mr. Floreiiline Finirkin, Mr. Barnard; Mr. Deputy English, rifr.Gallie; Draiiiemdry, Mr. Buller. Mrs Leporellb,'Miss PovtyMiss Ciinslantia Quixolle, Misi CarT ; Mrs. Eng-/ish, SJiss CubKl; Mrs. Draiiiemilry, Mrs. HarJowe. The Doors lyjil be opened at Half-past Six o'Clock; the Performance wilj comin* nee precisely at Seven. The Bux Offir'ewill be open from Eleven till Five o'Clock - Places to he taken of Mr. Rudwell, Box Book-keeper. Giovanni in London will be repealed every evening till fui'llier I'.otirr, benefits excepted. THliATltEliOYAi:^ CnvnNT-GAliDBN. ra^HIS EVEAMNG, FRIDAY, June 2, will Ml be acted, 9lh time, a new ^Historical Tragedy, called VIRGIN IUS; Or, THF. VIBERATION OF ROME. Appiua Clindins, Mr Ahholi ; Vir|;niius, Mr. Macready ; J-.iiins, Mr. C. Kimble; Claudius, Mr. Connor; SIccius Dinlalns, Mr. Terry; Numeiorius, Mr. Egerton. Virginia, r,;iss I'uoli-; Servia, Mrs. Faucil. Afler �bicli, lllh lime, a new .Scotch Romance, in (ho acts, called THE RATTLE OF I50THWELL BRIGG. Lijn! !�> ujitiile, Mr Dnrusel ; Col. Clavcrhoose, Mr. Con-p..J ; M.'icf i'fllrnden, Mr. Bl.Tnchard ; Serjeant Bothwell, Nr.Ciim'r; Himy \Iorlon, Mr. Ahbotlj Gudyill, Mr. {'t;:]"M':i!t; C'n.hlie Hetidriff, Mr. Emery. Lady Mar�:aret, i,', ;|. n, .Mrs Dxveuporl; Edith, Miss M^^'I'rg^; .lenny !!eni::M.n. M.S. T. Hill. i Vr C..Timi;i,is-John Bilfuur, Sir. Farley: Mausc Heddrig, Hi.- Cnr...- �f" li.^ji i.i'.v, the Mnsical Romance of Henry Qualre, with vvr THE PENEFIT OF MADAME VESTRIS f!'.' I'lc: llie lasl Niohl of her Eneratjement), ' I rlii.^i re ROYAL, DRURY-LANE. OX Wl'DNKSUAV NEXT, Jm.e, 7, his ATpi'-siv's Srrvunts ivjll perftirm Oprm of i HF. SIEGE Or BELGRADE. Tlv Sc �.'!:i(r, Mr. Braham (who has kindly consented to p.;. f.ir lhat evening;. Ghila, Mrs. Bland; Lilla, V: siris. !i <'�� <r.urse'nf the Opera, " Wheii thy bosom heaves llie .^Ir Ht-iham and .Madame Vestris-The celebrated I �! :u', " !\ly Heart with Love is healing," and the favourite ;- ;ii ;^c;r ..f " The Night inviles to I.ove," Mr. Braham- 'lire l.iir!, "Shall llie Miulnif.in look down on the Valley i.i l"'.:ii"," 'Or. Braliani and Mr. T. Cooke-" Who would !� ; l.i.vi :" Mr. T.Cooke-An Aria, hy Paccini, adapted to the nifri!* nf Domestic Peace," Madame Vestris. ]\3r. T. Cooke wTll (for that night only) play a Concerto no li'i Viulin, in which he will inirodoce the favourite Airs if " :i�7s4 l-"il3s.6d. ; Low. Gallery 2a.; Upp.Gallery Is. .'rkds In he had of Madame Vcsliis, No. 4, Beaufort-liiil.r. Erf. Strand ; of Mr. Sams, No. 1, St. Jomes's-street ; ,,(� .Mr. Kodwell, at the Thcalie, where Places io the 1; ni:iy llf taken. MR. FARREN'S NIGHT. TI! EATRE-ROYAL, COVENT-GARDEN, /f>,\ WEDNESDAY, June 21, 1820, when V;?' will be acted Shakapeare's COMEDY OF ERRORS. Afler which, Murphy's Puree of THE OLD MAID. Compressed into one Act. Mifs liarlowe, the Old Maid, for lhat night only, by Mr. Fsii'ii. ii' iMiir'iide with A FARCE, as will be expressed in future A'.i'Ti Or trirnt. 11^ ;.rrd Places for the Boxes to be had of Mr. Far-r'M, ;i. Duchess, street, Portland place; and of Mr. Brau- (liH; ;;t :iir- ilox office. rr=() Si'ORTSMEN.-IMPROVED PER- iS '.uv.!iuhirer, High-street, Birmingham. Upon ex-' -iiiMi:c!M rod trial this Lock will be found lu possess the r.iiiic vrry considerable advanlages; the action being sim-pli niidctitain, it cannot fail to discharge itself with the uEniost velocity in the most tempestuous weather; and those (il'j. i-ijoiis w[itrh generally attend other Magazine Locks are riripUu'y avoided in this. 'i he Flint Lock on the best construction. Agnit-JOHN DUST, Guo-maker,201, Sliand, I.ondon. THE LOTTERY. �^/"ESTERDAY was what the Gazette called .H. the Third Day of Drawing of the Stale Lottery, when Five Iliiiidrcd Tickets were drawn, leaving Twelve Thou-sand Tickets to be drawn on the next day, 23d Instant, whni the Lottery finishes. The only Prizes drawn above Ifi.'. were Nds.2,952 and 12,952, both Prizes of 50/. conse. ijKi iiily to those who purchased with the intention of i;et-tin; lluir money back, Iho.ie are the only two Numbers worlh keeping, and the purchasers at DISH'S Offices may receive iheir moi.fy bock any day before the 13lh instant for ihu.M! Ihey purciias''d between ISlh May and Ist June. Various apparent inducements have been held out at dif-fi'ienl periods of this Lottery, but the customers of BISH'S (vllicee have had and will have every advantage the Scheme may he said to possess, ullhougil BISH is not the Controc-inr, nor has had any concern in (he manngtment. The Wheel contains 62 Capitals, all of which mnst be >!:f.wn 23d Instant. June 2, 1820. Ko5al Exchange-gate, 26, Comliill, and 324, Oxford-street. HAZARD and CO. Contractors for thi� Lottery, gratefully thank the Public for their Piitronage, and are happy to find that THEIR PLAN to guarautec Purchasers of Tickets an^ Shares between fhe I'StIi May aud Isi June, from Risk yesterday, receired Bucb uoiversul ap-pruhaiiun. , . - I . HAZARD and CO. regret lhat, owing to.BevfraMiiiDdred. 'J'ickels liaving been bought up in Tens and Twenties,, fgr the purpose of reluroiug tbetn after the evehl of llie Drawing on the Isl of June, so many were disappoi'nied who intend, d to purcbaae. To meet Ibeir wishes, no inereiue of price KiU Jake place until WEDNESDAY NEX'i'rthe 0/June, allliougb , All Four Prizes of 30,000/. and Fifly-eigbt oilier Capitals, in Money and Cpnsols, are yet in the Wheel, and must be Drawn (he LAST aiiil ONLY DAY, 23d THIS MONTH; but AFTER NEXT WED. NESDAY, 7tfaL.JuDe,'erery Purphaser will--bare 10 pay a HIGHER PRICE for TickeM and Stiarc*. VAUXHALL. ' IHE Piihlic are respecifulLv informed that the . OPENING of Ihese GARDENS is POSTPONED to WEDNESDAY the 7lh instant. EAST INDIA HOUSE, wiv 30, 1820. nnHE COURT of DlH.EC10RSro/- the a. UNITED COMPANY of Mi^nnHANTS of ENG. LAND, trading io EAST INDIES, lio hereby give Notice, , - . . That n GENERAL COURT of Ihe said COMPANY will be (leld at their House in Liadenhall-sit^et on F�lDAY, the 9lU t,f June, from Nine o'Clork; i� the Mornine until Six in the Evrninu, for the ELECTION of a.DIRECTOR of the said COMPANY, in the mom of Sir xjohn Jackson, Bart, deceased. JOSEPH DART, Serretary. BRITISH AND FOREIGN SCHOOL SOCIETY. �yice-PATBONs, His Royal Highness the DUKE of SUSSEX, AHO His Royal Highness PRHSCE LEOPOLD. PKRBIOENT, His Orace Ihe DUKE of BEDFORD. iN FRIDAY EVENING, Jmie 9. 1820, 'a SERMON will be preached in AID of the FU^DS of the aliove SOCIETY, at St. Paul's Church, Covenl-gardeii, hy the Rev. VV. MARSH, A.M. Pvctlor of .St. Peler's, Colchester. Service In begin at Half |inst Six o'CIufk. Also the FIFTEENTH ANNIVERSARY MEETING of this Society will be held at Freemasons'Hall on SATURDAY, the lOlh of June. The Chair will be lakpn al Twelve o'Clnck. Tickets of admission to Ihe Meeting may he had on application to Wm. Allen, E?.'q Plough-court, Lombard.street; Rev. Dr. Schwabe, Liltle Alie-slreet, Gooilmaii's.fields; Mr. VVm. Corsion, Ludg.ile-Rtrect; Mr. Millar,45, Museum-street, Bloomsbury; and Mr. Picklon, Society's House, Borough.road. MALL YORK HAMS for SiHe Dishes; fine old VVeslphalia and Weslmnreland Hams, Bath Pigs' Chops, Smoked and Pickled Tongues, of various sizes; Dulch Beef for erating, and in boilles ready grated ; Hick-son's much-admired Sauce for Cold Meats, &c.; Hickson's Essenc.'s of Lobsters and Anchovies, for Fish, &c.; Hick-son'.i Anrlinvy Paste; Polled Lampreys (just in season); Rock-dried Speldings; Newfoundland Capliiis; very superior Honey-comb Pormasan and Gruyer Cheese; Salad Oils of ihe best qaalilies; French .Mustards and Viueg-,iis, &c. &c- al moderate prices for money o.ily, at SAMUEL HICKSON and Co.'s Foreign Warehouse, 72, Welbtck-slreet,. Mary-le-Bone. 8~0CIETY for the IMPROVEMENT of PUI.sOn DISCIPLINE, and for Ihe REFORMATION of JUVENILE OFFENDERS: patron, HisRoyil Highness the DUKE of GLOUCESTER, K.G. VICE-PRESIDENTS, The Marquis of Buckingham Lansdou'ii Earl of Derby Atheinarie Dartmouth Harcourt Hardwickc Gicsvenor Liverpool Rosi.lyn Harrowhy Uaraley The Loril Bishop of SI Asnpli The Lord Bishop of Chichester The Lord Bishop of Chester Lord Holland Dynevor Gretiville Auckland J.ilforil Calthorpe Earl Rocksavage Lord Clive Belgrave Nugent Althorpe Wra. Wilbtrforce, Esq. M.P. W. H. Freeraantlc, Esq. .M P. R. H, VVm. Slurgcs Bourue, MP. Rt. Hon. J. C. VillieiB.M.P. Hon. George Anson, M.P. Sir T.D.Ackland, Bart. M.P. Sir T. Baring, Bart. M.P Sir Jiimes Mackintosh, M.P. Sir William Anson J. G. Eslcourl, Esq. M.P. T. V\', Cuke, Esq. M.P. Wm. Dickenson, E=q M.P. William ManHiug, E q. James Scarlett, Esq. M.P. John Smith, Esq. MP. Amount of Snbscriplions already advertised �I,2S0 Ss. 61I. � .1. Wm. Dyllwiii, Esq. 10 10 C. T. Tower, Esq. 10 10 Ditto (annual) 1 1 Zach. Macanley, Esq. 10 10 . ^ . Jiihn Wells, Esq M.P. 21 0 wich Ford Barclay, E?q. G. Dawes, Esq. John Huxtun, Esq. Northmnplon Win. M. C'hrisiy, Esq Sir John Lubbock, Bart. M.P. Chas. Picschell, Esq. A Friend Wm. Kent, Esq. Wm. Sikes, Esq. P. W. Thomas, Eiq. Daniel Rainier, Esq. G. Scriveos, Esq. W. R. R. Thomas Warre, Esq. � s. 10 10 1 b- 1 2 2 5 & 1 1 1 1 10 10 10 10 10 10 5 5 10 10 5 ft 5 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 Messrs. B. A Goldschmidt, and Co. Sir J. H. HarriiiETlon, 5 5 Benjamin Buxton,Esq. 10 10 R. T.S. Stevens, feq. 2 2 Mrs. Stevens 2 2 John Jefierv, Esq. 2 2 Mrs. Jeftery 1 1 At Messrs. Goslings & Co. Sir Geo. Grey, Bart. 5 5 At Messrs. Fry's & Chapman. J. Marah, Esq. Chichester 10 0 Anonymous 10 0 C. Baring Wall, Esq. M.P. 10 0 Al Messrs. Drummonds. A b. Drummond, Esq. 10 10 L. Williams, Esq. 1 1 Hon.Mr. Pusey 20 0 C. T. b. 5 0 Al Hoare, RHruell's, & Co. G. Holford, Esq. .M.P. 10 10 John Paynter, Esq. 10 10 Wm. Wilberforce, Esq. M P. 10 10 W. H. Frecmanlie, Esq. M.P. 10 10 S. F. Milford, Esq. 5 0 Donations and Annual Subscriptions, received by Samuel Hoare, jon. Esq. Chairman of the Committee, 62, Ijinibard-street ;T. V. IJnxton, M.P. Spilalfields; William Allen, Esq. Ploush.courr, Lombard-street ; and hy the following Bankers; Barclay, Trilton, and Co. 64, Loniliard-streel; Drummond and Co. Charing-cross; Fry and Co. St. .Vlil-drcd's-courl; Gosling and Co. Fleel-sfreel: Hoare, Barnetts, and Co. Lombard-street; and Sir John Lubbock, Bart, and Co. Mansion-housc-street. FURTHER REDUCTlON'i in Ihe PRICES of PJ.ATE GLASS from TWO AND A HALF to TWENTY-FIVE per Cent. RITISH PLATE GLASS COMPANY, Established by Act of Parliament, 1773. The Trade and the Public are respectfully informed, lhat 8 very large assortment of CAST PLATE GLASS continues on sale by Mr. James H.iwkingSj Secretary to the Company, at their Warehouse, Albion-placr, Blackfriafs. bridge; and also by'Mr. William Foster, at their Maiju. factory al Ilivenhead, near Present, Lancashire. The Company take leave to state, lhat their Stock is of a superior quality and brilliancy, and consists of an elegant assorlnient of Pier and Chimney (ilasses, from 6 to 142 inches in length, and from 4 to 80 inchts in width, also Convex and Concave Mirrors, from 12 to 3G inches iliame-ler; and Plates .of. various dimeusiuus forWiodows, Sky-lights. Coaches, iihip-sashes. Lanterns for Hall;, L>el>' HoiisPK, Ac.; aud that, in consequence of the laie reduc-liiiii of duly in Jnlyl 1810, the Company Hien reduced llieif prices TWO SHILLINGS AND NITSE-PEKCE per fool superficial;:illiey oow-aniiotince Wllie Public; a fiHther reduction, qnffScale fromjtWO and a HALF to TWEiNTY-I'lyfi PER CENT. as,�firGia��fmay,v�ry in aiie.. BRITISH GALLERYv PALL-MALL., rpHlS GALLERY, with �n EXHIBITION I of PORTRAITS of aislingufslied Persons in Ihe Hinloiy and Lileralure of the (jf(|itf d.; the Wide French Widlh Sarsnels 2s. 9d. The new �Crepe de Lyons, Fleuret de Naples, drmunels. Figured Salins, Canton Tafl�e-tiea, Durapes, Levantines, Shawls, Scarfs, &c. &c. The above being bouiiht for cash, no credit can be given; al brown's, 15, Henrieila-slreot, Covenl-garden, Ihe in-variable quality of whose Goods is too well known lb require any comment. This day is published, in 3 vols, price 24�. AliliECK of WOLFSTEIN. Miss HOLFORD, .Author of "Wallace." ~ " La fin couronne leg liuvrca." Printed for Rodwell and Martin, Gond-sfl^et. By pany's Platesare^faraupcribrto aAyolb^'nUDhraGlared iii NEW EDITION OF BURN'S JUSTICE. Shortly will he published, in five large Volumes 8vo. with verv lonsiilerahle Additions and Improvements, rff^Hli JUSTICE "f Ihe PEACE and i PARISH OFFICER. By RICHARD BURN, LL.D. Lale Chancellor of the Diocese of Carlisle. The Twenty third Edition, with Corrections and very considerable Additions; the Cases and Slatules brought down to the Time of Pohlicalion, By GEORGE CHETWYND, Esq. M.P. Barrister at Law, and Chairman of the General Quarter-Sessions of Ihe Peace for the County of Stafford. London: Printed by A. SIra'han, l/iw Printer Io the King's Most Excellent Majesty, for T. Cadell'and W. Davie", in the Sirand; F. C. and J.Rivinglon, in St. Paul's Church-yard; Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, in Paternueler-row ; and Joseph Butterworlh and Son, in Fleet-Slreet. DAL RIO ON CHESS. This day is published, in one elegant volnme', 8vo. with Twenty-one Cuts, price 13s. THE incomparable GAME of CHESS deve-loped after a new method, of the greatest facility, from the first elements, to. Il^s^aslrseinitifie' arirflces of Ihe Game. Translated from Ihe llalian of Dr. Ercole Dal Rio, By J. S BINGHAHI, Esq. To which is prefixed, a Letter on the Origin of the Game, By EYLES I^WIN, Esq. Printed fur J. J.Stockdale, No. 41, Pall-mall. Of whom may be had, price 5�. THE GAMING CALENDAR, ANNALS of GAMING, and a LETTER to SIR ROBERT BAKER, Chief Magistrate of the Police; byIjeymour Harcourt, Esq. SIMEON'S HORiE HOMILETIC*, NOW READY FOR DELIVERY. This day is published, in Eleven Volumes, demy octavo, price 10s. 6d. each in boards, OR^ HOVMLETICiE, containing more than TWELVE HUNDRED DISCOURSES (in Ihe form of Skeletons) upon the whole SCRIPTURES. By Ihe Re.v. C. Sl.MEON, MA. Fellow of King's College, Cambridge. Printed for T. Cadell and W. Davies, Strand, and Halch�rd and Son, Piccadilly, Loudon ; Deighton and Sons, nnd Nicholson, Cambridge; Parker, Oxford; and Blackwood, Edinburgh. Thin day is pnblisbedi LACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE, No. XXXVIII. for MAY, 1820. CONTENTS : I. The Fall of Jerusalem, a Dramatic Poem ; by H. H. .Mil man- 11. Tales of the Cloister-III. Fly-fishi ng in Northumberland-IV.- Extrac's from � Matthew Paris-V. The Abbey-VI. Hogg's Tales, &c-VII. Moods of Ihe Mind. No. 4. The Forayer; No. 6. The Cypress Tree; No. 6. To Ihe Morning Star-VIII. Recollections, No. 5. Mark Macrabin, Ihe Caiueronian; Adventure with the Gipsies-IX. Mr. Phillpolts and Ihe Edinburgh Review- X. Remarks on a Note in the Edinburgh Review, No, 65 ; by Kev. H. Phillpotls, M.A. Prebendary of Durham-XI. The Penitent Son-XIL A Glimpse into the^^hird Volume ofWrangham's Works-^XIII. Notices of the Acted Drama in London. No. XV.; Drury-lauE Theatre, Corent-gardeo Theatre-XIV. Wordsworth's River Duddoii," &c - XV. " Lucius'"* on Ihe Death of Sir Daniel Dnonelly, late Champion of Ireland-XVI. Literary and. Scientific Intelligence-XVII. Works preparing for Publicaliou-XVIII. Monthly List of New Poblicalious-XIX, Monthly Register, &c. Primed for T. Cadell and W. Davies, Sirand, London-, and William Blackwood, No. I7,Priiice's'.8treel, Edinburgh. DEDICATED TO THE SOCliETY FOR PROMOTING CHRISTIAN KNOWLEDGE. This day is published, in 8vo. price 7s. boards, THE AGE OF CHRISTIAN REASON J conlaining, exclusive of the Evidences of the Holy Scriptures, a Refutation of the Politicnl and Theological Principles of Thomas Paine aud M. Volney; also of 8. Francis, .M.D. in bis "-Bislvop Watson Refutedand the Objections of Atheists to- the Beiiii;^of a God.answered on tliuiVuwn Grounds. Also, 3 Refutation of Vuilarianiain, in an Inquiry into Ihc Charge of DeisiQ, cloaked' wilb Cbris-liiiuity, made hy a Follower of Paine on hisilale Trial, aiiainst that Doctrine; and on a Uniiarian Sernion on that bccasioii, by Ihe Rev. W.J. Fox ; and Strittures on William Cubbell, with Paine's Bones, and on the Theology of R. Owen, Esq of New Lanark, in his Reply to (be Chan.' pellbr of llie Exchequer; ' � - By i'HoMAS BROGGHTOTf, Esfl. The late wretched conspirators) tbe-pupjlsuf Paine, com-pletely justify the argnnteiiia in this Book, which wil^afford the Plviiie aud the ^olilicinn wilb matter fur profound mCf dilation a^id reflection,' iiiid the l>rotestant parent will find it a manual to Ihe'Bil)ie|. worthy of iilein{( placed in Ihe hands. uftyoVifa, parliculi^rl'y Ibiiise enuring;' into'-life, ami ihence in danger, when mixing wflh the wdrldj of liaVini; theitibith �8gs�fed, tbeir doabUexcjled, anii^^ topes ippalled, .wiibajit,ibia weapon of itef�li.ce,agi|rihst bqtb lufi. delifjr'aiia Demticracy;; ' � I yirintta "foV f.^-d:-iiilil J; BWiniFfdn; S(,-piiiri= Church; yBrd^aDUW*tcr�(i;pl�er,;P�il-riiaUJ :.,v .-jJrsK- This day is publislied, in foolscap, 8vo. price 5s. Bd. boards, rjnHE FANCY. A Selection from the Pnetical JL Remains of Ihe late PEl'ER CORCORAN, of Gray's. Liu, Sludenl n"l Law, with a brief .Memoir nf his Life. " K^ir need we blame Ihe licensed j'>)�, 'rti'iii^ii false 10 Nature's quiet equipoise ;' Eiaiik are Ihe sports, the sluios are fugitive." wordswoktii. Prinled>ror Taylor.and Hessey, 03, Fleet airret. EMPLOYMENT OP.THfe POOR, &c. This day is publisiietl, price 2#. T;HE IMPROVEMENT of ENGLI'?H ' ROADS urged during the existing dearth of Employment foi Ihe Poor. Printed for Ihe Author, and sold by Messrs. Simpkin and Marshall, Sl8llOllcr^'.court ; R Stodarl,' 81,- Sirand; W. Sams, 1, St. James-street; and W. Fearmaii, Bond street. SECOND VOLUME. TOUR OP DR. SYNTAX IN SEARCH OF THE . PICTURESQUE, No V(. ol ihe uhove (inpulur Work, price 2s. 6d cnntaininff Three coloured Engravings, and 32 pages of Lelter-press. In order to guard the Public against shameless decefitions, pracli-sed hy grnss imposlora, the Author of " Dr. Syntax in Search of the Picturesque," thinks it right to slate that none of the Works allributrd Io him are ffenuine, except those illusliated by Rowlaadsoo, whose name is affixed to each Engraving, aud published b) R. Ackermaiin. . Part II. Picturesque Ilhistralions nf Buenos Ayres and Monte Video, consLstinu of Twenty-four Views and faithful Representations of the Costumes, Manners, &c- of the Inhahilanls of those Cilies aud Iheir environs ; taken on the spot by E. E VIDAL, E-q. This Work will be printed on 410. elephant vellum paper, and to he completed in Six Montlily Numbers, currespondiner wilb Ihe History of Oxford, Cambridge, Colleges, and Schools, Wrstmiualer Abbey, Miscrocosm of London, and Tour along Ihe Rhine; each Monthly Part Io contain four highly-coloured Engravings, wilb 24 pages of descriptive letterpress, price 12a.; large paper 21a. Also Part II. of a PICTURESQUE TOUR of Ihe ENGLISH LAKES, 10 be completed in Twelve Monthly Paris, drawn hy Messrs. T. H. FIELDING aud T. WALTON, during two years' residence in the most romantic parts of Cumberland, Wealmnrland, and Lancashire. . This Work will be. printed on demy 4lo. vellum paper: each Moiithry Part to contain four highly-coloured Views and 24 pages of descriptive Letter-press. Price 6s. on 4to.; elephanl paper, 10s. 6d._ ACIDULATED ESSENCE OF ANCHOVIES. rriHE decided Preference this NEW SAUCE JL has experienced duriug Ihe short period it has been before the Pnhlie, having occuioned some spurious Imitations, E. LAZENBY And SON respectfully inform the Nobility and Gentry, the Original Article is prepared only at their Warehouse, No. 6, Edward-alreet, London, and SB, Parliament-street, Dublin. The L^bei 00 each Bottle signed " Elizahrth Lazenby." M.B.- Fiom its peculiar Preparation the Acid Anchovy Sauce will be found very delicious with Bleaks, hashes, ice. as well as all kinds of fish, and claim a decided prefereuse fur exportation; is warranted to keep in any climate, and does not turn rancid wheu opened. MR. LTSONS'S LIBRARY. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By Mr. EVANS, At his House, No. 96, Pall-mall, on MOND.4Y NEXT, June 5, and Seven following Days, rf^HE Curious and Vahiuble LIBRARY of the JL Jate SAMUEL LYS0NS, Esq. including Gougb's Sepulchral Monuments, 5 vols.; Fabyan's Chronicles, first edition, Pynson, 1516 (very rare); Froissart's Chronicles, by Lord Berners, Pyuson, 1525; Halstead's Genealogies (very rare), 1685; Dugdale's Worjcs complete ; Nail's History of Cornwall (very rare); Price's Cornish Cr.llectious (very rare); Capgrave's Nova Legenda Anglix; Wynkyn <Ie Worde, (rare) 1516 ; Picart's Religious Ceremonies, 7 vols, large paper; all Hearne's Publications; Carter's County of Cambridge (rare); Anderson's House of Yvery, 2 vols, (rare); &c. &c. , TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE CONTRACTT. ACAPITAL douhie-fronted FAMILY MANSION, standing on an Estate of about 400 Acres, on Ihe borders of Hertfordshire and Essex, about twenty miles from London. The Bouse is must plessantly siliiated in a Park Lawn of about seventy Acres, audfruin the size, number, and distribution of Ihe apartments, is adapted for the commodious residence of a large and geuleel family. The soil is dry and healthful, the views agreeable, Ihe roads excellent, and Ihe neighbourhood highly respectable. The Estate is divided into suilahle Farms, and ornameulal Plan-laliona are interspersed, connected by walks kepi up at a trifling.expense; attached to it is Ihe Advowson of Ihe Parish, wilb a good Rectory House, and a Manor (which, as well as the surrounding country, is} well slocked with Game. To be viewed wilh tickets only, which, wilh further particulars, may be had of Mr. Wakefield, No.42, Pull-Bisli. IMPEliJAL PAKLIAMENT. HOUSE OF LORDS, TBunSDAY, Juke 1. APPEAL. urs. mart anne majendte,/ornier?y mar-y annb rout-ledgs.wife op henrt-wiluam, bishop of banoob, Appellant; ivilliam tbomas CAiiaitTHERS, Respondent. Mr.CLAnKE, Ihe Scotch Advocate, after having stated the preliminary pari of Ihe Respondent's case, said, lhat after the marriage of Mary Maxwell, the grandmother of the Appellant, with Francis Carrnthera, in 1731, fOr teti years there was no appearance of issue of Ihe marriage.' However, in the year 1740, whatever her former conduct might have been, she fell into an abandoned course of life, Openly committing adultery with different men, one iit whom was a menial servant in the fatally; she became pregnant;.and brought forth a female child in the munih of May, 1741. Mr. Carrulbers, Ihe busbapd, disowned the child from Ihe first as his offspring, aud he �u�d and obtained a-divorce ffnm the mother. The child was supported at his expense, , but was not allowed to lake bis name. He then went into a history of Ihe marriage of lhat child to Mr: Routledge, her suing for her rights, aiid her snhsequeiil discharge to her father relative to her claims, which we have already slaledin the Appellant's.case. The Learned Advocate then staled, lhat Francis Carrulhers died in 1775, an^l his brolhei-, William Carrulhers, succeeded Iq Ihe estates. He conteudedr that William gaiued very little, if he was iiot'a positive loaei-, by'^bis succession to his brother, on account of the debts affecting the ettales, besides lbe�uni of 2,795{. which Francis was iodebled Io William, which compared with the actual rental of the estate, was nearly, if not, the full value of il; biit when the siun which was p.ild by Francis Cafrulhers to Mrs. Roiitledge was added :tn it, there could be do doilbt but it exceeded lha value of the estates, therefore Ihe present claim.of.Ihe Appellant was aclaiiD against the Respondent for an estate purchased by .his ancestor.' William.died in i78f,..and was succeeded by bis eldest son, Wiliiant Aikinan Carruihers, who remained la years in possession of �he esliites, and bk dieil iii 1'787,' and was succeeded' by' his only son, the Kespondeui; then anidfanti^: Theii'lioMshipa woold bear in iheir recdilieclion thai the:present:3i:iion.was rai^edjin .the je�r 1808, aftei-so loiig.a period;Of .pwsesaiunj oad (prtyjsixL yjears after the, dale of the diiohi^rgAiOf Mrs. Routledge, to. Fi-a'ncis C�ri:otbm." il appeared, (bat Mrs^ llbtitfedife died ln'T7b8,vgteb�iin^'then 2fy�kf�- ^ many years afterwards her son, the Isle. John RantledR challenge Ihe discharge and celtlemeul of 1759. It now became his duty to bring their'Lordships' attrnlinn In Ihe real slate of Ihe question;.for instance, where a man hound himself in his marriage settlement to.settle his landed esiale upon himself aud the heirs of the marriaiie, il nag io the power of the eldesl son or heir of that marriaVg ff. feclnally ta discharge the father's obligatiou, so as Io enkble him to alter the order 0/ succession, nr ntbrr-wi.se dispose of Ihe estate, without, being liable Io any claim under Ihe settlement. He Iherefure roainlaincil that the hiir of Ihe marriaze in Ihe present iiisiance had Ihe power to discharge Ihe settlement, and lhal the father might in ciMLsequeiice of such discharge settle the estate as be pleased. He did uot contend lhal Ihe heir had power to convey Ihe right under il to a third parly io his faUier's life, time, but the Learned Counsel for the Appellant hiol ru-denvoured lu confound ilie Iwo proposili'iius, although the difference between them in law was as clearly maiked as any distinclion in the law of Scotland. There could be no doubt thai Ihe obligations of the deeds in queslion were snScieiit to discharge the whole intenlinn of the marriage sitil.menl, aud to bar the claims of Ihe descendauls of Mrs Ronlleiige, if such was the intention of ihe pariies,.it was a propujilinn which no lawyer could dispute. As the intrnlion of llie parties only resled upon the averments of the Appellant, ill regard to the queslion of power to discharge the cliiims. if the heir of marriage had power to discharge the claims under Ihe marriage settlement, so as to liluiale the father from .ill obligations, there could be no doubt as Id Ihe legal effect of Ihe lerths of the discharge and Ihe decree arbilral. The only manner in which doubl could be created as to the inlenliun of the parlies, was by assuming, as the Learned Counsel for Ihe Appellant had done, the queslion of power, which, without fear of contradiction, ilc would say was most illogfcal 10 a.ssome, for it was saying that lh.it which might be ought to he. Thel-efore if the point of laiT was agaiosi the Appellant, and if the whole j;<t crediti was iu Mrs. Roulledije exclusively, and if she codid discharge in Ihelife-lime of her father the obligations of ihe marriage selllenieiil, on what terms she pleased, and having the sole JMJ 6r�d/ ll^f gajiwy Was uot >pened nnlH 6>e oVoA; ,, � . , . f, v- ,  > a Mr. Ley'iduii 'at(�r lipptued at the bai #itVtWrida(cd '

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