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   British Press (Newspaper) - June 5, 1820, London, Middlesex                                Ndimber 5459. U>NOON, MONDAY, JIINE 5, 1820 Price 7d. THEATUR-nOYAL. DnVRY-hANH. THIS   EVENING,   MONDAV,   June 5, his Majcsiy's Sfrvaiits will perform, the Tragedy of KING inniARD THV. THIRD. Kiiii: fleiiry llie Sixili. Mr. Popi>: ri'tliTi, Wr. Kran ; Uiike t,f Biirkincli!iin,.Mf n.tll.iii.l; Envl ..f Mr. Penlcy; Lord Staiilry, >Ir. rowell. FJizit >i'lli, Q'li in of Kdward (he Fourtli, Mrs. Glorer; Ladj Aiiiic, illrs. U'. West. After wliicb (5il> limc n't. lliin Theatre), an Extravaganza, , railed GIOVANM IN LONr^ON. Don Gio�amii, Madnmi- Ve.njria; Lcpdrtlio, Rlr.'Harlpy; Mr. Florentine Finickiri, Mr. HRmard; Mr. Deputy Eii'lish, Wr. Galtie: Draineiudry, STr. Ruiler. Mrs. Li-porillo, iMiss Vovey; Mi�B COnslantia Quixolte, Miss Carevr ; IMrs. English, Mrs. Orger; Mrs. Drainemdry, Mrs. Marlowe. The Doors will be opcneil at Half-past Six o'clock; the Performance will conimencc precisely at Seven. The BoxOflBccwill be open from Eleven till'-'i�e o'ClojcJc -'Places to be taken of Mr^ Rodwefi, Box.Book-keeper. To-morrow, Ralea Wife and havca XVife, with Giovanni ioXiondon. 7 '^THtiAtnB-ItOYAL, COVESTGARDUS. npHlS   EVENING,   MONDAY,   .lut-e  5, -S-    will beaded, loth.time, a new Historical Tragedy, called VIRGINIUS; Or, THE LIBERATION OF ROME. Appius Clandins, Mr. Ai)beti ; VirRinius, .Mr. Mnrready ; Irilius, Mr. C. Kemble;  Claudius, Mr. Connnr;  Sirrirs Dentatus, Mr. Terry; Numetorius, Sir. Egerton.   Virginia, Miss Foote 5 Servia, Mrs, Connor. After which, 19lh time, a new Pantomime, railed HARLEQUIN AND CiNDEREi.LA; Or, THE LITTLE GLASS SLIPPER. Prince Aledore (afterwards Harlequin), Mr Ellar; Raron Pomposini (afterwards Pantaloon), Mi". HaDies; the Ra-roiiees Pomposini (afterwards Clown), I\Ir. Grimaliii;   i'c-^riffo Lo�g;Rhants (afterwards Dundiui), IMi'. Norman.   Cin- ' dereMa (afterwards Columbine), Miss J. .Scot;. 1 Boxes 7s.; Second Price as. 6d.-Pit PH.; St.ri)iH! Price 28.- Ltnver Gallery 2s.; Second Price Is.-t'p])fr Cillery Is.; Second Price 6d. A Private Uox may be had for the season, or nightly, of &lr. Brandon, at the Box oflice. ... LAST NINE NIGHTS OF       ' MR. MATHEWS AT HO.ME AT THE THEATRE  ROYAL,  ENGLISH  OPERA-HOUSE STRAND, [N coiiseqiienre of lite cheering fpi:timonie� r.f mirth, by a crowded Audience, on tIie29ihof I\lny, THE TRIP to PARI.S, and LA DILIGENCE, will be repeated Ibis PRESENT MONDAV, .tunc 5. .  Bnx-Office open from Ten till lonr.   . On THURSDAY and SATURDAY NEXT, to men the increasinf deipaari for places, and being the Last I'itnes Ittit FOUR Mr. MAVHEWS can buve the honour of presenting Ihe ^nteraainmeiilS' this year, COUiiTaY   COUSINS, and THE CHRISTMAS AT BRIGHTON, will be performed, SADLER'S WELLS THEATRE. npHfS   EVENING,   MONDAY,  ,r�ne 5, IL   and during^ the Weelt, will |)e performed,' the new Historical .Melo-drame, in ihreeActs, called THE RIVAL HERORS. PHARLES the TWELFTH and PETER THE QWEST. Charles XII. Kine of Sweden, Mr. Bclterlon ;   Fiehl-Marslial Kefl>cl>ikl, Mr. Bedford;   Eugene, Mr. SidIi y ; Tahjuski, Mr. Ralhford ; Peter the Great, Mr. Ci'ninl.i M ; ! l^rozensfci, Mr. Frimbley; Kimkoski, Mr. Knight. Finn si; i, ! by a Lady, 4>eing her fourth appearance on any Stage ; IS) i;*kii, Mrs. Weston; Pajili.ska,. Miss Brady. In the course of the Evening, a Favourite Comic Pas Deux, by Mr. WalbOnrn and his Pupil, Master Ben Johnson, only Three Ye�r,s of Age. A Comic S'ing by Mr. Stebbing, and a Favourite Sung liy tlie youngrsl Miss Cawse. - With the splendid Persian Comic Pantomime, tnll'.d THE YELLOW DWARF; Or, HARLEQUIN KING OF THE GOLDEN .'MtNF.S. Amongst Ihe Scenery will be exhibited a View of W. si-minster Abbey and the House of Lords, where will he introduced a series of Moving Figures, in appmprinie rn.s-iitmc, to convey an idea of the GRAND COilUN ATiO.\' PROCESSION, with the manner of the Champion's p.r-forming the Ceremony of the Challenge. Doors open at Half-past Five, Performance to cmnrnence at        p:>st Six. I'la.psf.ir Ihe Boxes may be taken of Air. Sinck, .it the Bo�.Office of tiie Theatre, every day from Ten till Four o'clock.   Places kept till given. BoKflS 4s.-Pit 2.s,-Gallery Is. "^'he highly interesting new historical Melo-Drama of lite        ' (l.AalUKNS having liciii ereatlv improved and beau-tilic-rl, V. 1 1 ,|,i , f,r .s.asun, with ir series of varied, novel, "iidsplindid Eulertainin'.nis; comjH-ising a grand Cynei-rt "t '�!isrr(laneotis Music, selected from the Works of Han-''��i, and niher islcomed Masters. Principal vocal Per-f.irmtrs .Mrt. Bland, Miss Povey, Mrs. Ansten, Mr. C. Tay. '"i, Air. Collyer, and Mr. Shaw ; Organ, Mr. Hook; Leader "' the Rajid, Mr. F. Ware, At lii'e end of the First Act Mad�me and MademoiselleSaqni, with Mademoiselle Adelle, ^*ill ivliihil Iheir admiied Performances; aud at, the con- | elusion of t|,e Concert will succeell a brilliant display of J'litnorlis, by Sigoora Hengler, when Mailame SHqui,.cofB. plei.ly .nvelojieil in a Volunte of Fire,.will achieve herjnir- j rising ^volulions oil the Tight Rope, at au/jlcvalioii uf ' '�'.;iy i-'rel frym Ihe GrouiiU. Ihe.MiliUey, Ciiledoiiian, and Pandean Bauds will per. f'ltm-Jj, iw.ce, tlu. Acts. . Adnission Is. 6d.  Doors opea at SSevea, l|>e'Cone* *o b*giU�t.Bj|l,i,'c| ' ,ilio. Mr. C. isal hor.iefrom Eiehl till Nine;'from Tv.ihe till Two ; aud fioni Thrte tiirt'onr. Nn. 9, regent-street, PALL-MALL. "^^TE.s.sr.s. how EL.L      james h^ivt- mow ' (lie Ijonotir to rcconimfMid (o the Lftilies a  larfffi QnnuliryafSrUIPEDnnd I'KiUKED GAUZES. M* from ll^>. lu :3i)s. the Dress ; anil STOO'i White Salius, fiV Slips to l!ie  ril ami Cht-rl:-.! SaisnetR 1 s, 6(1. ; Siiprrh Spricrn^ptl fjiuizr* Dns-i'g 21?;, cat h; z^i\i(\ Silk Drc'^^is fui" iji'irniii^ %ri'ar I.'b'^. Ihr Utrs*:; Ricii P..;;Iins Cis. fid.; b- st Italian Ganz'-s -^-j. TmI.; ihe ^Vit:e French Widlh S;irsMe(s 2?. \)\\. The wrw Crepe iji* I,von*:, F!cii'-<:'1 (ie NiipIrR,,OrnuineIs, Fi^iired .Satins, CantOH TairL--tip'^, I)!if;in-l.evanlin Patterns cut. Bedfi.rd House, No. 11, Henrietta-street, Covcni-Garileu. n.b.-All immense stork of the moat superb >tdia Imitation Scarfs and Shawls, from Two .to Twenty Guineas each. NEW FBENCH SPELLINO-BOOK. TluK day was piihrisln-d, price 2s. bo4ind, NEW "MEiiiOOUJAL   SIM'l.UNG- BOOK of Ihe FRENCH TONGUE, in which Theory anil Practice are united, and tile Lesoons classified according to Dr. nUvor's Mithod. By C GROS, Aulliof of " The New �i'iipoiptieal ae most ancteut Historians, and comparing their Narratives with snch authentic Documents as are known to exist. He ba� not conrmed hiriiself to a bnri-eu recilal of facts, bnt has endcavouieil to trace- Ihe progreits of the Nation from barbarism lo refinement, and to markiiHgra-ilual improvement in ihe ai-is ul' Legislation and Government. Willi this view be has eoiis'idere'd il a duly to deli" neate wilh accuracy the manners, i.-iivs, and polity of our Anglo-Saxon ancestors; to n-.n-co the foreign customs engrafted �pon them by the Nivnn.m conquerors; to develope the causes which rendered the SovcreijjM, dependant on Ihe bounty of his vassals, and led to lite introduction of the Representatives of the People into the great Council of the Nation; and to deseril�e l!ie most valuable-improvements, which in the coui-se of each reign were made in the laws, the administraiion of justice, and Ihe internal governmeuc of the kingdom. It may perhaps be thoiiglit a lecommendation lo this Work, that it was, in Ihe first instance, composed without any reference lo .Modem Historians. The Author religiously confined his rese-ircbes to Ihe Original, and-whenever it was possible to Couleinporary Writers. This re^ioiution rendered liis task more lahorious; but it reudered it also more .satisfuctory. Il pr/^served him from imbibing the pre-jiulices, or cripying the mistakes of others; it left htm to ibe unbiassed exercise of l-.is own judgment; and it has enabled twin to pUce in a new, and lie trusts a more interest, ing light, same of the lUoSt important occurrences in our History. .Mr. Lineard's continuation of Ibis History to the Revolution lliSS, is in a state of forwardness. Royal Exchange (jale, ^ 2(),'CnrHhill, f 2d June, 1820. 3-24. Ox-f.ird-slrec.l,     > FOUR OF �30,000 IN THE VVHEEL, AMJ ONLY. ONE DAY TO DRAW. AZA RD  anil   CO.   Ooiilracloi? sralefiilly thank the Public for their Palrona-se, and beg lo ex. press their happiness (hat THHIIR PLAN Id euirant'ee Purchasers of Tickets and Shares between Ihe 18 h Ma^ and Isi June, from -Risk on the Ist June, received ^iich universal approhaiion.   Hazard and Co. enireal those Purchasers at their Offices, who intend returning their Tickets and Sliarea, to favour them with Ihem as.sqon as convenient, for all the Tickets having been-sold befere the Isl June, there ^ will he none except such 'I'ickels aud Shares as may be re-i tnrue.l to meet ite demand/or the Last and Only D�y of Drawing, which most probably will greatly exceed the �np-j,iy, as Ihe annals of Lotteries cannot furnish an instance in any way approacliiug to the - l^lUiSHNT tiTATP- OF THR WrTRKL. FOUR GRAND PRIZES "OF �30,000 EACH! WilH 68 dfHEU CAPITALS, Money and Consols, And all must be Drawn on FRIDAY, 23d of JUNE, Wbcn the Lottery liiiishes. HAZARD and Cu. beg to acquaint Uiose wlig intend returning their Tickets or Shares, ttiat^shonld either of the Numbers relumed lie drawn One of the Four30,0atW. Priaes, the Person so returning tlie Ticket or Share-gives up ajl Claim lo Ihe 30,000/. Prize, or indeed lo any other Capital or Prize that the Number nr Mnmbcra to returned may be ilrawn.   But sh�^i>ii ant Peuson holding a Ticket wish to retain only a Part of lliat Ticket, HA.ZAUG and Coi wiW Willi ereal pleasiire share such Tickei.a'ntl let the Purchaser lake whatever part of it he pleasea. HA:ZARU and Co. Sharedauij SoUl in the last Lottery Canlract Nns. 7,3J0 and �,6.'iC, Prizes of 20,000/. eachi Aud in a recent Uiltery ALL. J^E PRIZES of 30,000! !i And five of Ihe^CapUal PrizyarfmVn the firit Day, 97Ui;Aiirtli Also Nb. 8,3l3t, k Prizemf 10.,ftOO;. XttEce pcr�eutv Co��pijb^^rurn Tiuitsdajt, }8()i of May, This day is published, 8vo. price 5s. Q U E K N'S     A P 1> E A L- " Dieu et aion Droll." Prtnlfd for Robert Slodart, 81, Strand. This day is |/a)>lisbeil, price 'in. 6.3. or If. 8s. a dozen,f.ir djuli ibulioii, VILLAGE SERMONS _[]y a COUNTRY CLERGYMAN. ,  Sold by Rivinelons, Si. Psinl's Chureh-yard, and Water, loo-place ; and Parker, Oxford, &c. FROi'd S4'lUliDAY Pifdirrs GAZETTE. n'hUohall, May 27, 1820. The Kinsc has been pleased.lo direct lelt'.s patent lo pass under the Great Seal of tbe United Kingdom of Great Bri. �lain aud Ireland, granting nhio Francis Townseiid, Esq. the office of Uouee Dragon Pursuivant, vacant by Ihe prj-mdtion of Charles George Young, Esq. tithe Office of York Herald, . - . Lorl Chnmherlaiv's Office, June ^, 1820. TheKiiifhas been pleased lo appoint Geome Colman, F.sq. Lieolenant of his Majesty's Guard of Yeomen of I lie Guard. MILITARY PROMOTIONS. War Office, June 2, 1820. 4th Regiment of Liniit Dragoon - Lieoteuanf Henry Pratt to be Captain, by purchase, vice Holmes, who retires- dated May 25, 1820. Cornet Robert Kobei 1.5 Wilmot to be Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Pralt-dated as above. ' George Rohbius, Gent lo be Comet, by purchase, vice Wilmot-dated as above". IQtliciitto-Captain George Austin Honllrie to be M-ajor, by porcliase, vice Geils, wh-i reiires-Hate.l as above. Lieutenanl Robert Slcwarl Rnddacli to be Captain, by pur-chane.vice Moultrie-dated as above. Cornet Gilbert Ea�t JollinV to-be Lieutenant, by -puiehase, vice Rudflach-ilaled as above. Genlleiuaii Cadet George DuHCoinbe, from Ihe Roval Military Collejje, lo be Cornel, by purchase, vice Jolliire- dated as above. 4th Regiment of Foot. To he Lieulenanls, without purchase-Ensign John Jackson, vice Duthy, deceased-dated May 24, 1S20; and Lieutenant Rowland E. Cotton, from Ihe half pay of Ihe Royal Artillery, vice Kobinsuu, deceased-dited .Mav 2o, 1S20. To be Ensigns, without purchase- -- Chetwonde, Gent, vice Clarke, deceased-dated May 24,1820; a,u! liicln-ul Nixon Shea, Genl. vice Jackson-dated .May, 25, 18-21) Sthdiito-Ensign William f.leazer Pickwick, from halt'-pay of the Royal York Rangers, lo be Ensign, vice Richard Shaw, who exchanges, receiving Ihe difference-dated May 18, 1820. 12th ditto-Gai>tain Charles Lionel FilzGernld, from half, pay 83d Foot, lo be Captain, vice George LleM-ellyn," who exchanges, receiving the dilTerence-dated May 2.?, 1820. 18(li Regiment of Foot. To be Lieutenants-EnsigibHenry M'Manus, without purchase, vice Drummond, deceased-dnIed'April 16, 1820; and Ensign George C. CoDnor,I>y purchasOi vice M'Manus, whose appointment has not taken place-dated April 20, 1820. - 27th ditto-Ensiga Llewellin Nelson, lo be Lieutenant, vjihout purchase, vice Forlescue, appointed to the 3d Royal Veteran Battalion-dated .May 25,1�20. C. Filzroy Nevnoe, Gent, lo be Ensii^R, vice Nelson-dated May 25, 1820. 34tb ditto-Brevet Major Thomas Faaut lo he Major, without purchase, vice Worsley, deceased-dated Tday 25, 1820. Lieutenant George Moore Ellis to be Captain, vice Faunt- dated as above; Bnsigii William Lax lo be Lieutenant, vice E-ilis-dated as above. Eiungn Ciiarles Montague Burrowi, frum Iwjf.pay York Cl.'aaseurs, to he Ensign, vice Lax, dated as above. 60th  urcbase-Lieuleiiant Alexander Bnswell Armstrong, frum the Royal AiVicaiv Ci>ipi, vice'Fleeson^ who reiires upon half pay Royal African Corps-1-daledas above; Ensign Thomas Supers Knipiit- dated as above; Ensign iHonourabte George Thomas K.p-pel, from the i'iii Foot-dated as above; and Ensign Warren Markhani, frum the SSlh Fool, vice Stockcii-strpem, pruiBOted-dated as above. To be Ensigns, without (uiriehase-Gentlemen Cadets Henry D. Warden, from >lie Royal Military College-dated May 2&, 1820; Edward Emiis^-froiu the R.iyal Mililory College -daled.asahuve; and Mstthew Richmond, from the Ruyul Military College, vice Knighl-dated as alnive,' To be Quarter-Master-Deputy Provosl-Marshal (ieorge Humphrys-dated us above. 3il Royal Veteran Bnllalion. L'leulFnant Wtllmm Faithful Forlescue, from Ihe 27th Foot, to be Lieatenant, -vice Brown, who refiirns to bis former situalio}! 41U the Retired List-dated as above. 8th Royal Veteran Battalion. Lieutenant James Maclcod, from Ualf-pay Sicilian Reji-ment, lo be Lieutenant, vice O'Coiinell, appointed lu the 7lh Royal Veteran Battalion-ilaled as above. BREVET. To he Miij.un in the Army-(Captain H^ry Bateij, Rnyal ,. AKillirry-dated AHCuat 39, 18J�; and Caplaiu John WilionKeitlfewell, Royal Artillery-dated as above.     ^ GARRISONS. ilAajor.GenefaliChvJIn^riffitbilu belre.-I, T.'m' liii liuberLs.in  r.ell   and William W;!!,;.:;^;,;,, ,,f (>|,f Broail-sti ret, J^undon, m er t i;:. n !.s, to :-n n en ilt r, .!-;.. t I'-'.-^t;, .-iinl .Inly 1-'), at lv.-i>e, .-il  . Jusij.il Wade, bile of Ki yu-ii-Mii, S-oii.is.f. ^i-ni .t,-?!.e--j. ^Vali^�, I-ile of Leeds, w oolsiiiptei-s, lo sur(-'-;..:ei-. .In--.;.-. 23, and .lo'.j l.'i,  al eleveir, at llie (.'a-'.' I!, l;  i^ U.ilh    At\..ri;e;,=, Mr.. G. i.r_'.- .Si. pheo. iiid.�..!-�;�:,cr in?9, l."n<[.ni ; and .%ir. 1 :r c. Mnr.hfield. .-ibxllnlrr M-iitiand  aiol   .lolm  Ad/i.-rlev. ^ii" Pr'-ir �.-I. IM iitdlesex, ii-u'roion-jei-s, lo sia- t niirr, .1 n nv- if;. ?i, l.'i,'^: twelve, al fjnlldliali, Ltniilun.    Aili.'rn.-y, ^ii. i I'l'.;,-::. I-'r"ein:oi's.rnni 1, Cornbi.-;. .Atexamler  l'obert-;oi!,   of  (lro-;Vrr.(ir-j-laee.   .''Ii -.'i'^eit-bnililer, to snnender, Jnnc 10, 17, a:-i! .lolv l.'i, :-,i   I.e. .-.t <;uilillmll, London.   A Homey, .^Ir. iJo;:! r, i nrmv.il's ii.;--Holborn.    , Joiep-ii Bradley, of Manclu-st.r, i-olton-laannfartnr.'-r. to  lin.iiiannf;ir-lnrers, lu soireniU r, June i5. Hi. hi.;' .'o,y 15, at twelve, at the C-ruwn Inr;, Sin- e, i',!;] d'.jnJ. neys, .Mr. Kduinoils, Ex(-iieqner OlTi.e of i'l.-js,  Lii.(-':!:]'s Inn, Lfimlon ; and Mr. Itent, Stone. StalfMr.-J John-Brag?, (if Whitelntveii, tjoinliej-lainl, ! IireaM-inaMij-faclurer, lo surrentler, .tune lt�, at four, 17, ami July 15. at eleven, at the Bl.ck Lion Inn, Whiieliaveu.   Ailnrne-.f. .vh-. Hodgson, Whitehaven; and Mr. Falcon, Eini cuuil,'I't ple, London. Gtorcje Smi.h.of LeicCsler-cqnare, TVesI mins-tcr. tailor,''to surrender, .tunc 6, 13, and July 15, at elevee., at (..Mildbali, Lonilon. Atiorneys, Mr. Knijhi, Hi.;h-strec[, Kensmgtou ; and Mr.Popkiu, Deau-slrcet, Sobo. Jidiii Edieslon, late of niaekbnrn, T.anfnsler. sliopljceper, to surr'-nfcr, June 19, at four, 20, an.', .iniy l.-j. a! ;en,Ibe Star Inn, Manehesler. Attmneys, .^1 r. A;ns^v...i ih, iii.-^rk-bnift; and Messrs. Claike, Richaid.i, nml .Mc-Jeaif,Ghancei v-lane, T.omloii, 'rlioinas Jaroian, of Bristol, money-scrivener, to surrender, Jem-19, 20, and July 15, at twelve, at ih-: C'omnierclaI Itnunis. Bri-tol Attorneys, .Messrs. Ncliiersole ami Barron, Essex-street, Strand, London ; und .Mr. Evill, iiith. William Hatfield, sen. of Hnntinffilou, in.-imionEi'T. !o snnemler, Jnnc 27, 28, and July 15, ai elevi n, al the George Hotel, Ilunlingdon. Attorneys, Messrs. Fij.mi and I'l aier-nian, . Essex-street, Strand, London; ami .Messrs. .'iluiilr, Htintin.olon. Uicha.d 15-.ilpin, late of Bridscwater, S.imrrsei, drr-p^r, to snrrrniler. June 15, 16, and July 15,'H e'eve.;, a! ihe Cbria-tophfr Inn, Bath. Attorneys, Messrs. Berkeley, Lilicuin's Inn, London ; and Mr. Bnsli, Trowbridge. DIVIDENDS. June 27. R. Crombie, of Chelsea, Middlesex, victualler, al twelve, at Guildhall, London. July 1. R. Miller, of  id i'lsh-slrect, London, bookseller, at lwelv(,;U GulhUiall. .i.nlv I  .1. Prtcce, late of Pelerborough-coiirt, Ficel-slrect, ).;'niion, s.ild.beater, al twelve, al Gnildl.ai;, Jnnci:-,'-      Daizeil, of Great A lie sive. I, G.indr:.;an'E-!ieli:5, iMibHe.ex. nieituaul,al ten, at Gnildliall, Lo-jiur.T, Jnnc 10. J.-^>-ividsoii, of the Eusl India-tJiiamiiers, Left'^ n- hall-sJrret, Lv'udoii, uierchaiil, al len, at Goiiilhall. June 13. J. Ball, cf Watling-slreet, London, straw-hat mn- luifirlurer, al eleVh.n,al Guildhuil. June 24. D. Price, now or late of Watforii, Ilm-, lincn- liiaoer, at one, at Guildha;!, London. June 26. D. Ciairalt, of  Portsv', Sonllianipion, ce.b.i.et- inalif r. at Iwetve, at Ihe Crown Iilll, Gos'jorl. June-7. U. Bradby, of Warrini^lon, Larv^isltj-, uplioistfrrr, a! Iwelv.-, ill ihe George lufi, l.iverpool. June 2R. J. Tyler, late of Pelwortb, .Sussex, soiril-inerr hr.iit, at eleven, al the Swan Inn, Pelworlh. June 28. 1'. CrninpandT. Hill. jnn. late of Kidnerm-i-.tcr, Wurcesler, carpel-manufHCtn.crs, al eleveu, ut Ihe \'-h.le Uarl Inn, Hniliebury. CERl'lFICATE.S-June 2 4. G. nobiiiKon, of Middlewich, Chesier, innkeeper.-G. Ridjr, of Reading, Berks, millwright.-G VV.-vtson, laie of Foirealliorpe, York, corndealer.-J. Vaiiey, of GiCifrTMch-fielil-sliei 1, Middlesex, prinlseller.- P. fox, of Faiifoid, (ibuicestir, niiicliiiie-niaker.- I". Freeman, uf Chelienham, G;ooeeiier, suineon.-J. Simiisnn, uf Sinitli-itnuarc, VVesl-iiiiiistur, .Middlesex, corii-merclnnl. PARTNEIiSHlPS DISSOLVED. C- Greaves nod T. Ke^np, of ilnddersfieid, York, printers, March 15, 1K20-T. l.ovell and G. Lovell, of Red Lion-streei, llolborn, and VVilinot-strcel, Brnnswirk-srjiare, Middlesex, irlass cutlers, Deceudier 31, 1819.- A. Palon aild T. (iili, of !)isii<, I).-^J, H. Biiverslork and J. Levy, of Alton, HanLs, bankers, June 2, 1820.-R.Clay ood E. Roscoe, of Liverpool, iro.i-uiauu>ai-lnrers, May 15, 182D_E. Dmce and r. A. Dn.c.e.of Bernioudiiey-streu, Surrey, talJuw-cUandlers, June 3, l�-20. PRICE OF SUGAR. The avera-e pvice of Brown or .Muscovado Sugar, com-pnleil frum Toe Keiurn� miulc in lii. vytek ending Ihe31st_ day of iMay, 1820, is 39.s. l.jil. per iiundred weight, exclusive of tiie Duties of Cusiuuis paid ar payable lliercun on ihe itaporlation thereof into Great Britain. PRICES OF CORN. Average Prices oj" Corn of England and Wales^ by tbe tjuai-ter of EiglW Winchester Bushels, and of Oatmeal per boll of UOttis. AvivirdmMUse,ftoin ibexctuniB received iu the week ended the 27lh of May, 1820. 1		1	"5 o	B	1	1 a O	1. o  . 70   I	�. a 43 10	t. d. 36 a	if. d. 35   7	s. A 4� e	47   0	t. d. 6	1. d.   

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