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   British Press (Newspaper) - June 7, 1820, London, Middlesex                                Number 5461. LONDON, WEDNESOAV, JUNE 7, 1820. Pkio� 74. FOR THE BENEFJT OF MADAME VESTRJS. (Being the last Night of h�r Eiigngement). THEATRE-nOVAL, DRURY-LANE. . rf^HIS EVENING, WEDNESOAY, June 7. JL   his Majesty's Servants will |ftrfoi-m the Opera of the siege OF belgrade. ; The Seraskier, Mr. Brahani (who b�� kindly coiiseDle(1. Jo peifurm for this evtiiing). Ghila, Mrs. Bland; Lilla, Madame Veslris � �   r In the fuiirse of Ihe Opera, " When thy bosotn heaTes iTie iiieh," Mr. Brahani and Madame Vestrig-The crlrbraled Ballad, " My^Hear) with Lore ii bealinff," and the favourite Serenade of " The Night invilea to Love," Mr. Brabam- The Duei, ��Shall Ihe Mounlr.in look  i! of Mr. Uodwelt, at the Theatre, where Places in the Birxfs mny belaken. FOR THE BENEFIT OF MR. LISTON. THEATRE ROYAL, COVENT-GARDEPi. pHIS EVENING. WEDN rsday. June 7, will be nctfd the musical Dramn of HOIJ ROY iVJACGKEGOR; OR, AULD LANG SYNE. ^  Riili R.iy .Macfrregor Campbell, Mr. Wacready; Baillie � Kiciil Jervie, Mr. Lislon.   Di:ina Vtrnciu, Miss Slepl�ens. Ai llie End of the Play" A Peep at my People," a Voe-tical .iJJiitr, til lie spoken by Mr. Lisloa, in the character 111 QiiPiu F.I zihelh. Aflif wliirh will be revivrd, the Musical Farce of THE POOR SOLDIER. Patrir'x (poftilively fiir this night only), Miss M. Tree. Diuhy, Mr. U.Htiiu. Ticlt-Ms Places lo be had of Mr. Lislon, 27, .'Jiiho-Sfiii;ii-e; and i>f Mr. BratTdim, ai the Theatre, where Places fir Ihe B.>xcs may be taken. VAUXHALL. ri^niS EVENING, VVeriiies.Uy, June 7,. these is. ff AiliXENS having been j^rcally improved and beau-t'Heil, will nprn fur the .S; ason, with a series of varied, novel, :nid sjiU ndiil Eiilertainmeiilfi; comprising a grand Concert i.f MiScrlUneoas Mnsic, selected from the Worksof Han-4lel, nmt oihir rsleemed Masters. Principal vocal Pcr-ibrm* rs .Mrs. Bland, Miss Pttvey, Mrs. Ansten, Mr. C. Taylor, Mr. C.llyer, iiud Mr. Shaw'; Organ, Mr. Hook; Leailer of (he C.riiil,' .Mr. F. iVnie. At liie end of the First .4ct .M:id iiiicnnd .Mademoi.�'lleSaqiii, with .Madrmoiselle AiHle, T>i!; .i.'uWi (heir admitftil PerfurujauceSi; and at rtje .cou-'�lusiuii i.f llie Concert will succeed a brilliant display of J'iifwoiUs, hy Si^ritora Hengler, when Matlame Saqui, ctira-|ik'ifly rnvrleped in a Vitlurae of Fire, will achieve iier sur-inisiii2 Evolutions on the Tight Rope, at an elevation.uf Sixly I"'i-i from (beG;oniul. Mu" Mi'iliirv, Caledoninn, and Pandean Bands will per. A-rni In twceii fhe Acts. A.:roiEsi^>n 3m. 61.   Ooora open at Seven, the Concert to brqin a) fjgjit o'CIock. be THEATRE ROYAL, drury-LANE. MK. K ban'S LAST BESEFHY ON MONDAY   NEXT.  Jjiue i2. will revived OlWay'a Tragedy of . VENICE PRESERVED. Jnfljrr, hy Mr. Keon (his first ajipearunce in Ihiit character;; Pierre (for that night only), by Mr. Elliston.' Bel-Vidern, by Mrs M'Gibbob (her third appeilrance in this (heaire). .... To conclude with (for tlie Rrst lii>ie>>a entirely new Farce, ni-iileu expressly fiN' ihi� urcn�iun, cninfed ,,   THE AD.MIRABLE CH'C'HTON. , Crichloo, Mr. tfeaii; in which chiinrter he will gi^e jimitalrorrs of some of (he most celebrated Performers; and" will aUo attempt Various arcnmillishnienls in wiiirh " the tidmi'rable Crighlon" isrepmriited to have ejictUcd, incluJ-ing Singing, Dancing, and Frnring. In Act 1. aCrand Masquerade, in which Chrichton will pe'rsonnlc Ilarl^qntn, and Mr. o'Shauehuessy will liiafte bis � first and only .appearance In public, in a display (With Mr. K can) in Ihe Assatiltdea Ariaes. An.occasinnsi ProlOKue will he spoken by Mr-:Russf 11. Tirkela and Pfsfcef he tfte-BoKts lo b? Ufiuf Mr. Kean, .j 12, Clarges street, Picdidilly, from twelve till three uVJocl; ; sod�/,Mr^-ftei)wett, .at the Rotunda, Brydges-slrtet, from leiitUl fmlr. Boxes Vs.--Pit Ss. 6d'.-Ldwer Oiillery 2s.-Upper Oal-'. Icry .Is. : Duursopen at half-past �)\ o'clock, and the Performance, comiheiice at aeren. "new romance. " This day is publiahedj THE ASTROLOGER; or, the Eve of San Sehaslian . a Romance, id three volumes. " A black presaeiug sorrow fills my heart; What conld a day like this produce bni woe ?" , Printed for Witliaui Peatman, Library, 170, New Bond- ilrcct. Where may be had, The NEW TALES, containing PONTEFRACT CAS-TLE.__   . This day is published, THE SPEECH of the Riiflit IToti. ihe Earl of LIVERPOOL, in the HOUSE of LORDS, on FRIDAY, Ihe 26th of Alay, 1820, on a Molioa of llie Marquis of Lansdown, " Thai a Select Committee be appointed to inquire into the means of (.x'cnding and securing the Foreign Ttadeof IheCounliy �" with an Appendix, containing the OlEcial Accounts referred lo in the Speech. Loudon: Primed for John Halchard .inJ Son, "-No. 187, Piccadilly. Bolton Troops     Yeomanry Cavaliy. To be Captains-Jk00 4 ..........................        400 10 ..........................        300 3G ........................ 200i.   100 &c. &c. Money and Consols, ami ALL in ONE DAY, FRIDAY, 23d THIS MONTH, When the Lottery finishes. Undrawn Tickets and Shares are on Sile at HAZARD and Co's Oilices, Royal Exchange Gate ; 26, Cornhill ; and 3-24, O.vford street, London ; and at all their A^etils in the Counlry. HAZARD and Co. Shared and Sold in a recent Lottery, ALL THE PRIZES of 30,000!!! and in the present Lottery, No. 2,313, a Prize of lO.OOU/. Consols, besides NINE OTHER CAPITALS. EXPIRES NEXT TUESDAY. 'T' I5iSH, of the Old State Lottery Offices, .H.  No. 4, Cornhill, aud 9, Charing-cross, respectfully nrqi.-.ints his best Friends, the Public, liiat all those Tickets ill! Shaii.6 which he or his Agents .suM between ISih .May (iii'l i.-Ji June, the ]>urchasers niay reccii'c back their money, if iiiesenled on or befoi'e NEXT TUESDAY, i3lh Instant; but if not brought iu aud the money claimed on or before llial day, liiey cannot receive it after, but must keep their Tickets or Sliaics if afterwards drawn Blank or Prize, or, iu firl, if prrvinnsly drawn ; it therefore is particularly iucum-lieiil (111 (vuy person who has not examined his numbers to do BO immediately, for after the'lSlh all the advantage ceases. Tiie Lottery finishes Drawing on Ihe 23d instant, on wliich (lay (he Four Stock Priziis of 30,000/. and the 58 other Capitals must be drawn.    (There are 12,000 Tickets to draw.) W.irrantcd Hiidrawn Tickets and Shares,are selling, by BI.*;H, 4, Cornhill, and 9, Charing-cross, and by bis Agents in Ihe CouDlry. Various apparent inducements have been held out nt different periods of Ibis Lottery, but the custoroera at BISH'S Ofiices may rest assured they have had and will hare every advantage the Scheme may be said to possess, allhongh B'SH is not ihr. Coniractor, nor has .any concern in Ihe l.ollcry or itianagtment. Just published, Nn. IL price 5s, of the ETROSI'EC FIVE REV/EW,-Contents: CoUey Cihbcr's Apology for his Life-Ben Jon.son's Works-Tovey's Anglia Judaira, or enrly History of Ihe Jews in England-Crashaw's Poems-Voyage of the Wandering Knight-Chainberlayne's Ivove's Victory-Barcklcy's Felirili.e of Man-Bergerac's Satirical Characters-Works *ui Mystical Devotion-J. Dennis's Works, and Nature and Effects of Modern Criticism-Osorius de Gloria-Mysteries, Moralities, and other early Dramas. Published by C. an'd H. Baldwyn, Newgate-street; end R. Triphook, Old Bond-street. FHOM LAST NIGHTS GAZETTE. Crown-Office, June 6, 1820. MEMBER REri;i�NI2D TO SERVE in this PRESENT PAllLIAMENT. Borough of S jI Noith Regiment of Linrolii^hire Slilitia, signed by the Lord Lieutenant of lha Cauntu of Lincoln Leadhettcr Uppleby, Esq. to be Captain-dated June 2, 1820. Cummisuons siyned bi/ Ihe Lord Lieutenant of tke County � � ' ^,      of lilouct-aier. Riiyal Norlh Ghiuceskr Militia John B.irnes Gregory, l>q. to be Captain, rice White, resigned-dated May 2, 1820. Ilnyal South (ilonrester Militii. Robert Fiirharilinge Jenuer,   E^q. to be Captain-dated May 6, 1820. Commiisions iiyned liy the Lord l.iexilenant of the County of Kent. East Kent Ke^irneni xtf .^liljtia, John Samuel Wanley Smvhridge, Esq. lo he Captain-dated December yo, 1SJ7. John Bruce, Gent, lo be Lirulenant-dated May 6, 18i0, John Miller, Gfiil. to be Ensign-dated as aliipve. John Wrighle, Gent, to be ditto-dated May 7, 1820. West Kent Regiment of Yeomanry Cavalry. Tunbridge Troop. George Charles Eai-I of Brecknock to be Lieutenant, vice Woodgate, resigned-dated May 24, 1820. F cuurl, Gray'slnn, Loudon; and Mr. Benliey Warren, Uppingham. Simnel Bronp, late pf Charing-cross, Westminster, sword-cuiler, lo surrender, Jpne 10, 20, and July 18, at ten, at Guildhall, Lundoii, Allorney, .Mr. George Taylor, Gniy'a-Inn-square. Peter Hayc, late of. Liltle Thames-slreet, Middlesex, bis. cuit-baker, to surrender, ^uoe 10, 17, and July 18, at ten, at Gnildlmil, Loudon.   Attorney, Mr. Pope, Old Belhlem. Frances Else Henshaw, of Derby, currier, lo surrender, June 26, 27, and July !S, af twelve, at Ihe King's Head lun, Derby . Altoriiejs, Mr. 'John Nnttall, Nottingham; and Messrs. Forsler arid tVarner, Lioic-slreel, Luudun. Mary Arkroyd, of Leed.s, enrllicn.^are-nianufaclurer, lo  nrrender, June, 26, July 3, and IS, at teij, at the Court HSpse, Leeds. Attorneys, Mr. Wilson,Greville-siriet, Hat-lon-gaiden, London; and Mr. Payne, Leeds. Elienezer Green, of Leeds, eartbeiiware-ntiintifai^larer, to surrender, Jnne 26, Jnly 3, and 18, at teii, at Ihe Court House, Leetls. Allomeys, Mr. Wilsuii, Grcville-street, Hattongarden ; and Messrs. Smith and iVIoore, Leeds. George Mason, of Ch.iid, Somerset, clothier. In surrender, Jnne IR, 17, and July 18, at twelVc; at the George jnn, Chard. AHorniys, Mr. Charles Benjamin Tucker, Chard; and Mr. Chartis Sauier, Chancery-laue, Luudon. ^Villiani Miles, of Oxford-street, Middlesex, linen-draper, to sufiender, June 10, 20, aud July 18, at ten, at Guildhall; Liindiin. Aliorneys, Messrs. Knight and Preeinau, Basing. Iiall-sirtcl, London. Tliiinias Charles Butts, of NaggVHead-coorl, Grace, cburch-slreet, Loudon, wkolesale perfumep, to surrender^ June 20,24, aud July 18, at twelve, at Guildhall. Alter, uey, ilJi. James, Bucklersbory.       .       , liKrlholnmewSiiowdon, of Harrow.ou.li>e-Hill, Middt�^x, grocer, lo surrender, June 10, 24, and jnly 18, at eleven, at Guildhall, London. Attorney, Mr. Tucker, Barlletl's-bnildings, Holborn, DIVIDENDS. InH 1^- N. Joslingf ^?^ Bextey .pcaih, Bextey, Kent, inii-keeper, at ten, at Gditiihall, .Lbaduu. June 30. C. T. Coote, late of Siiltou, Isle of Ely, Cam-bridire, grocer, at six, at the Lamb lun, Ely. June 27. W. Ralibeth, of Red Lion-passage, -Red Lion-square, MiiMlestx, pulalo-merchnnt, at eleven, at Guildhall, Loudon. Jiii.e 24.   H.  Waddinglon,  of Bridge.glreet, Blackfriars, London, merchant, al twelve, at Guildhall, June 17. II. Hodgson, of Fleet-street, London, oilman, at eleven al Guildhall. June27. G Powell, of LilllcTrinity-lane, Qiieenhilhe, Lon- don, baker, at clevm, at GuildhaJl. July 11. U. Feuner, lishe n t� the throne, hi� Majeily litis day, went in �U�te to Ihe House of Lords fur tliat pBr-jiO-e. the l>uk>-lic tiniiieiy to witiie*� tliU �pleiidid cereS>biiy was u� lively as i� witnessed lifioii the  Cc8�imi of tile opening or riosing of a Session of the LegisUlive BudieSi and ulihougli the w�nliier �vii� rery tinisvoufiihle ft>r Ihe indulgence of curinsily out of doors, tlie Htreets through which the Royal fujcesstoir wa� to move were crowded In rXKKi�. Ltrge di:lai'limeiil� of the giinrdf were dUtioned along Itie lilreetf, und ill the iimiiediate ficiui^^ of iilitf JPaHiap^tit, tiouke, -lo (ireaevve �rd r. ;Tii&-*ii(rtoin�yrJ>.��M'g�^.'�>'='>** were made in the House of l*e(?rti for the reipepiiun of hi* Majetty, and u |>r y jviismMed^ in. front of the grand entrance. So early as'tttvtHi b'ciork seyrntl .corriuges filled with Ladies, having Peers' nrderti, urriv rivate and local nature. HiH MAiESTV then withdrew, aoA reii^i-iietl lo his. Palace i� the snine state. worse qf proceeding irtf^tto be diijrted Id the T|.e,,�8pe�,�i�B.ti>enjfirf on Ihe ^ble,. and the 2. ".V ordejted to,be atiinineoed to-morrow. The House ttien ndjotinied.. An- oiinsiisl .nmnber of Preri iii m'Se^eiice of ;tl>e i-iVedie itilerest attached to thw MewBge. Tlhtfe were pweiit.also fogr Princes of the Uoya^l Family-ihe^ Duke� of YoBX, CLAtttNCE, SlUgSEX,. and GlovICBSTEK. ttOUSE OF d)MMONS, ToBsoiT, Jowfl. TIV o'clock i,ire two wti9 giiin- Tlie Lords laet ligaiii for the dispatch of busitiess Bt four o'clock. AGRICULTURAL J'ETITlbjV. The Marquis of Buckingham presented a pi-tiiion from Ihe Owners and Occnpirrs t>f Lanil in Ihe counly of Buckingham, prayin oitw moved that Ihe evidence eiveu before the Committee of Iheir Lordships on Foreign Trade, niiebt be printed from lime 1o tinie for the use uf Iheir Lordships.-Ordered. The .Marquis of LANSDOWN also moved that there be laid before their Ivordships an arrount of all limber boniled in Ihe different ports of England excepting London, anil for a copy of all Reporls on the snbjrct preseiitrd lo his Majesty's Council ; and also for a Separate account of all limber bonded in Ibe port of London.-Ordered. MESSAGE FROM THE KING. The Earl of Liverpool ro^e, and presented the following Message from  his MiJESxr, which was read by the Lord Chancellor from the Woolsack : - " GKORGE R. " The King IliiHks it necessary, in consequence of the arrival of the Queen, to coinmunicale lo Ihe House of Lords certain Papers respecting the conduct of her Majesly since her departure from this kingdora, which he recommends to Ibe immediate and serious consideration of this House. " The King has fell Ihe most anxious desire to avert the necessity of disclosures and discussions whieli must be ns painful to his people as they can be lo himself; but (he step now taken by Ibe Qneeu leaves him no alternative. � The Ifing has the fullest confidence thai, in conseqnence of this communicaliun, the House of Lords will adopt that course of pioceedin'; which the justice of the case, and the honour and dignity 6f his Slajrsly's Crown may require. "GEOBGE R." The reading of this Message was heard by the House Willi llie most prnrounil attention. The Eail of Liverpool tlien ro-e nml -sai'l, " My Lords, [ now by upon tiie table ihe paijcrs I to whici; tlie Message refers, and I give niittce that I siiall to-i)iorruw iiifve an Ai)dre>ito liis iVlrtji-sty, whiclij however, will not pledge tlie f!oii?e !o ' any .iutnfe course of pruceetSing. It will iiierciy assure his Mije'-ty tliut the {louse will laSte lliese papers iiro its most serious cuijsiilerii-tion,'UiiiJ  adopi such proceedings as, the ju>-lise of the case,' anil Ihe honour and dignity of the Crown may require.' 1 shall then propose the �|)poiiiltneiit oi A Secret CotiitJiitlie to exaini^iie tlirte (.nfierS. My ohject is to jmr.^ue iis closely as possitile former I'yreceJetit', though indesdno precedent can be fuiiud which will apji'y lo the present rase, in all its particulars. The dnty of ihe ComiDhtee Ail! be to suggest vilmt te SPeiKCa look tlie chair shortly befo ck.   Immediateiy afief Ihe House wtii......- moiiet! to the Huti�e  is Majrgiy's Assent given Is iMe CVvif List aUd tieveial other BtlTs. On iu return lite Hobte adjourned, and re-SsfeiDbled irt a quarter before foriT o'rtocJki *hen if pT�rt:eedeiJ to4>*y�t for a CoiniKHlee-oii-lftt -pt-ii-(tSuft agaitist the ^\eClion iSir (lie Borough ot Pe-  The'gatTeff wai o^enM'lo rtVai^ew .� mi-nijies before fiveo'cloi^, A great ntiniber of ^iUs df i pnVate ritore were forwarded through difFerer.t stages. tlMBEh TRADE. .Sir L CotFiN moved, '^hat nn hiimble Addrefs be |>resentcd lo liis ATajejity, prayiuc;lfaal fae wi>uId be piriited lo onier to lie laid before Ibe House an account .of all fafls of, litnljer cut frilkti) i be American line, and Boated dosioi the Lake Champlain, between the years 18ld and I820,,Bper.ifyioe Ihe boiitenls of each; together with an account of Ihe quanlinra of li'mbeir of different kinda, cut down in Canada,'floated down I lie Rapids of Ihe St. Lawreuce, aud aeot lo (hi* eotfutry, trilbirt Ihe same period. .   . He was induced to make this iilotion, he saitJ, in consequence of the Petitions preyeitted to ths House, and the s|ieeches made by tion, Memberf; alleging the injury li(cely to be doii^ to our trade and sliipping: by a rediictiou of the duty 04i limber froFo tlie Baltic. No man was mpr^ friendly lo the shipping interests than himself; but, he said, that our existing laws do the subject favoured one power (Aoiericaj al the expense of others-the Northern Powers, t'ETlTlONS. ,     - A Pflilion was presented from a (Aace in Pem-broke.ilnre, for a removal of the dbtitet on coals.- Read and laid on the tabfe. Mr. LoWTHBk presented a Petition .fr^m a pl�ce in Comberland, praying (is we linderbiood) I'or proleolion to the shipping inlereslif'. Mr. CuRWEN btaird, that he had been instructed to support the prayer of the .Petition, in consequence of the extfeiiie distress esperieiicrd by those connected with the shipping along the coaJt of Cumberland.;-Read ,and laid on the table. Lord G. Somerset presented a Petition froin. Agriculturists of Somiy-seishire, for further protec-tiou to agriculture.-Read and laid on tht: table. MARRIAGE ACTS. Sir. W. Smith said, he had had tH^ honour some time back of bringing in a Bill for making a certain alteration in the marriage ceremony prescribed by liiw, but it had been drnpjled in eoiise* qnence of the disssbluiioh of Parlianient. He had now a Petition lo preseut from certain. Dissenters, staling several reasons rthy a measiire of that nature fhotild be passed intti a law. The Peliticii having been read, and laid on the table,-together will) ihree others to.llie same purport, presented by tlie >anie Hon. Meiiiber, he then gave iiolice that lie should iiiove fof leave to bring in a BilL similar lo ihe one referreil to. papers; Lord Clive presented certain Papers relating to Aliens. Sir G. WiRRE.VDEB presented certain Papers relative to the Navy. Mr. LtsHiNGTbti presented Papers stating the present amount of the Public Debt of Great i>ri-tain, of Exchequer Bills, and of Irisii Trensuiv Bills. RECOVERY OF TENEMENTS nnr.LAND). On the motion of Sir J. NliWPottT, llie Ut-fovery of TeneiDPiils (Ireland) BUI was lead a llnrj liiiir, and passed. GRAMPOUND. Mr. Gre.vpell,- in reference to the rrir.tinn riiaife by Mr..D. Gilbert il^ n;t>lit before, " Thai it be nil instruction to liie??omiiiiltee on the Gram|>ound Disfranchisement Bill, to extend the right of voting for hnryesses lo serve in Parliament for the borough uf GrainpnumJ to freeholders of the hundreds, of Powiltr anil Pyder," said, that ii� the event of such aineiiflineiit being carried, a thing whiin lie siioiihl very much regret, it was his in-teiilinn lo propose, as an additional instruction^ lliat the right should be extended to the hundreil of Peiiryi! also, and an ailjoining'one. The GUts Bill wjs read a second lihte. The Transfer of Gniuts Bill trits' l^ead a thirrf time, and passcil. THE QUEEN.  . At tliis time, ihe House being unusually full fot so early an Inmr- Lord CastLEREAoH relir(;
                            

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