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   British Press (Newspaper) - June 12, 1820, London, Middlesex                                iff- v.',U'*.^ifff Number 5465. LbNDON; MONl>AY;'>^U12, ]�20 PuiCB 7 :�: ^h-   IsnScsi. Duroiiil, Mr. Mori-loii ; MfZiHiLT, Mr. Iln.-I...,>i; ; CjJiiniii of ihp fiuar'l, Mr. Viiiiiis; Officer, Ml. HivLlera, Mi�. M'Gibhpn (her third appearance i;t this Tiii'itir;*.^ To conclude with (for ilie tira'.'lime) an cnlirply new t^ai-cf, wr TK �iltea expressly for {hit occasion, eniitlecl IE ADMIRABLE CIllKJJ ^O^f. Crichton, Mr. Kean; in wliich chnracjpr he will give Itnilalion* nf some of the mbsf celebrated Pcrfonntra ; and irill also attempt varroXia nccomjiUnhmenls in which "the adinirabte.Ci'icfaton". is represcntefl to have excelled, inctiid-ing Siuging, PaiicinKi and Fencing. In Act I. a Grand iVIaFqnerade, in which Criclitnn will personate Harlefq^iiri, and liljr. O'Sliaugnesiiy will make his first and oiiljr.appeai'ance in public, in a display (uilb Mr, Kean) ittlhel'Aaaaut d�s Armea. An occaFional IVoIo^ue will be spoken by Mr.-RtiBsell. THBATni!.iioY-Ai, CovlisT-nAiiohf^: " ^HIS  EVE^JING,  MONDAY, June 12, will beaded, lllh time, a nsw Historical Tragedy, called VIRGINIUS; Or, THE LIBERATION Of RO.ME. ApfHua Cluttdiits, (VIr. Abbott ; VirciniuR. Mr. Macrraily ; Iciliiis, Mr. C. Kemble; Claudius, Mr. Connor; Sicciin JDenlatus, Mr. Terry; Numelorins, Mr. li*trloni   Virginia, Miss Foole ; Servia, Mrs. Connor. After which, 20lh time, a new Panlominie, called HARLEQUIN AND CINDERELLA; Or, THE LITTLE GLAS.S .SLIPPRPv. Prince .4le.lore (afterwards Harlequin), Mr Kliir ; Haroii Pumj)o>.!iii (afterwards Pantaloon), Mr. R:irncR ; i..c Ba-rojiess Poinposini (afterward* Clown), Mr. Grinialdi; I'f-driijii LoiiKshanka (aflerward.i Dandini), Mr. Norman. Cin-deiella ^afterwards Columbine), Miss J. .Scott. Tii-nir)rrow, The MarriaRC of Figaro - Husbands and Wi^ps-anil The Poor Soldier. MR. BRAHA>l\�i MGHT. THEATRE-ROYAL, DRURV-LANE. R.   IJRAHAM hits the hoiiriiir to iiii'cirm tlie Nobility, Gentry, hiH Friend?, and the Piii>lic iit jje-netal, that on WEDNESD.AY, the 21st instant, wiH be performed (for the first time on these boards), the Comic Opera of THE ENGLISH FLEET. Valenline, Mr. Braham ; Mainmast, Mr. Munden; Filz-walcr, Mr. Incledon ; Crtliarine (first lime) .Madame Veslri�. Ill the course of the eveining the followfiig pieces, inci-denlal and introduced, will be sang by Mr. Braham : - " Lovely Kitty"-" Young Henry"-^Uruce's Addresi to his Army, " Scots wha hae wi' Wallace liled"-the Uiiet of "All's i\ell," with nrr. Incledoh-the J^uet ,of " Vive le Boi ;�' \Tiih Madame Veslris. Mr. Jnclcdon wfll sins " Tlie Origin of Gunpowder and, by pCrmissioii of the Pruprie-tor of It.e Rine'* Theatre, Miss F. Corri will sing with Mr. Braliam the " Echo Duct," from file opera of Zuma ; and Miss R. Corri (her first appearance on the En!:()iih Siajje), Hk- Duet of "Laci darcw la iliano," wilh Mr. Braliam ; fliiss Corri will perform the Celebrateil bravura of" La: TriKiiha and the favonrile Duet of " Roy'a Wife of Al-divslloch," by liie Misses Corri, witbolher Entcrlainmrtfri., Tirlicls and Places for the Boxes to be taken, of Mr. Bra. )iam, iyn.'S, Tavialock-aqnarc; aud of Ut. RolWeUfilrt the-Box-Office. AtfPROACHlNGCLOSEOPtTHB PRESENT SEASON' OF MR. MATHEWS AT HOME. AT THE THEAtRE  ROVAL,   ENGLISH  OPERA-H0�SE, STRAND, rrtHIS   PRESENT  MONDAY.   June   l-i. Mr. MATHEWS M-ilJ-have the hononr to perfoi m THE TRIP to PARI.S, aud LA DILIGENCE, On THURSDAY, .Inne 'li, and SATURDAY, June 17, the popular Enterlainpteuls'of THE COUNTRlY COU.SIN.S, and THE CH�r.im .IS .t>PEN i^Ft�e iiitbe Eveniui;. Jyi^R. GLOVErt'S '^pHE SIliTEENTH A! .1   TION of ibpSOClfiTY trf" P FUU THE BENEFIT OF MR. BLANCHARD. THEATRE ROYAL, COVENT-CIARDEN;     ON TUESDAY, June 20, 1820, w,ll be pet-formed Goldsmith's cele'brated Comedy of SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER ; OR, THE MISTAKES OF A NIGHT. Sir Charles Marlow, Mr. Chapman; Yoniig Marlow, Mr. C. Kfuible; Hardcaslle (first time), .Mr. RIaurhard; Hastings, Mr. Abbott; Tony Lumpkin, Mr. Lislon ; Diggory, Mr. Barnes.   Mrs. Hafdcastle, Mrs. Davenport ; Miss Hard- j castle (for Ibis Night only). Miss E  Blanch iril (being tier ' second appearance on thi� singe); Miss Neville, Miss Footr. Ill the course of the Evening, a Pas de Trois, by .Miss Phillips, Misa E. Phillips, and Miss Parslne. To which will be added, a MUSICAL FARCE, and olbei- Enlerlaiamenta, as will be expressed iu future Adver-tiseni-n'.s. Boxes, 7s.-Pit, 3a. fid.-Gallery, 2s.-U|iper Gallery, !�. TickelR to be bad of Mr. Ulanebard, 31, Gieal Queen-street; Lincoln's Inn-fields ; al the Wiekin Tavern, Broad-rnuil, Lniigarre; and of Mr. iJrandon, at the Theatre, wlitrc PlaCi-h for the Birxes may be taken. FOR THE BENEFIT OF MR. EMERY. TllliATRE-ROYAL, COVENT-GAUDEN. . | WEDNESDAY NEXT, June 14, will be performed ihe 5Iusiral Drama of THE ANTIQUAUY. Jonathan Oldbuck, Mr. Listoii; Cnxon, Mr. Blanchard ; Lovel, Mr. Diiru.set; Sir Arthur VVardoiir, Mr. Chapman; EJie Ochilire, Mr. Emery; Lord Glenallan, .Mr.Omnor; Hec. lor .M'liilyre, Mr. Abbott. Miss Isaltella Wardoiir, Mias M. Tree; Misa ikjaria .M'Inlyre, Mr�. Bishop; Mis" Griselda Oldbuck, Mrs. Davenport; CIspelb of the Craig-bnrnfuot, Mrs. Faucit. In Ihe course of the evening, the Minuet de la Conr nwl Gavotte, by Mr. St. Albin and a young Lady (being Micii'first appearance on this stage). The Comic Song, called London Improvements, or Gas Lights and ibe Waler-wurks," by Mr. Emery. "The Robin's Pelilion," by Masler Long-hv.rst i and " !yi,imond Cut Diamond, or Tlie Yorkshire Horse Dealers," by .Mr. Emery. Co �hich will be added, 23d time, Ibc new Farce of TOO LATE FOR DIN NEIL Chfl principal Cbaraclers by .Messrs. .lunes, Lislon, Con-B<^,!M|if��l<) �PP -aile Stafford.strijel, from N-iiie fill thl*fc. . Admitiiince fg.-C�l^ne''ftd\^ ' - ^lyAlTEXHlBI. K'ffefts in Olt Will WATER C Tirr^^ excited u.niver�aJ irnerest.�ad fld N,1a(eo'fYbuneV-p1ace,or Young's, buildings, Islingion-rOad, in the County of Middlesex, Gen-tleiaaii (who died on the 2Ist.of Novembci;,'^SOi], are Iu come in and'prove their Debts before Francis Paul Stratford, Esq. Auu of the Mndlpra of ibe said Court, at his Chambers, ia .Suulbamplon.bnildiugs, Cbancery-lane,, Lon-don, on or "Iiefoie (he 6lh day of July, 1820, or in defai^lt thereof iliey will be perempidpily excluded ihe benefit of the said Decree. '      ' , R. POTTS, Plaintiff's Solicitor, Juue �, 1820. Sefjeant'a Inn, Fleet street. ~^0  St'ORrs.VIEN.-^IMPROVED" PER- CU.SS10\ SELF-PRIMING MAGAZlS'E WATERPROOF GUN<-L JS, At his House, No. 90, Pall-mall, ou THURSDAY NEXT, June 15, and Four following Days, '�HE S|jlriidin-\i the Tickets and Shares ^old between ISlh Jlay and 1st .lune ceases rO-MOllROW, TUESDAY   13ih Instant.   It is therefore particularly incumbent on ibose Persons who only pnrcliajed for Ihe Chance of (what the (iazelle railed) the Tititin Day -of Drawing, to bring back their Tickets and Shares without delay, or they -will lose all tl\c advantngn of the off'e-i, und they must then keep their Tickels or Shares, whether 'drawn Blank or Prize afterwards ; or, in fact, if previously drawn: for Ihe right of retnr^iing^ny/Jraicn or {/h�/raicn' CE.4SES TOMORROW. Tlie foilowmg is the Slate of ibe Liiiiery: 8,000 Tickets were drawn in First Three Days. 12,000 Tickels remain to be drawn Next Day. 40 Capilala were drawn in First Three. Days. 62 Capitals remain to he drawn Next Db) .       * Warranted undrawn Tickets and Siiares are selling by .T. BISH, Slockbroker, 4,'Cornbill, and 9, Cbaring-cniss, who has already sold SIX CAPirALS in Ihe present Liilltry. -       - GRAND LAST DAY. FOUR......of......�30,000! 58 OTHER CAPITALS-ALL MUST HE DRAWN FRIDAY, 23d THIS .MONTH. .AZARD aii  ,VVji?iUl>e,l^uMf^X fli'isl> KiK^:j. ,   iHAZAltD ai>4 Gft,SIiHi�il'4irid .SoW,i�*.i-eoBnti4joHf quarei four doors from Ihe top of Soulbamptou-Btreel, Hulburii. J^HE IRISH LINEN COMPANY bejt leave 1 lo announce to the PubHe; ihat ibe'above'House ii Ibeir only EflablfsbmeDl i|t.lht� counii^ tiihere ibeycoBlinue to supply Ibe Nobilily, Gentry, and the Public, wilh Warranted Grass-bleached Linen, for Shirts and SheeCsi of the best fabric aiid colour, at ili (ifice considerably lower than: they can be procu^ through sn]^ olber mediufli. They also ei.gage'to return ibe purcbase nionry should any fault sp. '.peat.   -Dubliiii ,   3   . NDIA SHAWLS. -LAplfeSurilvinK from India, au'l having iriore ShawK-c-than Ihey wi$h to retain, are resprclfally informed, lliry may exchange ifaem fur Ibe finest specimens nf British Cashmere and other Sliawls, fa-, shiouable'ArficIcK for Morning and Evening Dress, choice Linens, aiieraou�t Estate, apd her title Ba.NMl.ofVKit*-, , .;    .ii.   i IS. Effvcis of Marriage ou prior Acts and Agreeroeals of| H�i�ll�iid�iid Wlife:' �      - ,lci.,Disabilities uf,Ceverture(9t|d-Exeeplian;! tt> theoi.   . 17. Gifts and Alipwances by Husband and Wife.  "Ig'.aiidW. Wif l Wife'�"pd*�eir 'of diapiisliiir' 'by anlicipa-: ,liuu,Jii>d Mwriiihta �fihrr:C'raditai3'lu>hrr:tr)>arale Eatair.' j - inLuwloult ^'rinlkdifdti Henryi JSilfH^anH; U� BoiikVrltrr,, , Stafford, Westmoreland, ,     , iFOR.4G'E. Viz. Oats^ tt�y, and Straw, to bi� Majesl.v''s Cavalry in Barracks, .JBn^ Oala in Cantonmeiita aijd Qasrtei:*, in the under-'tnenliuHed Counliea':-   ,      , I>>rsrl, Nutliniehain, Sussejf, aiid Warwick. Thattbe Oeliveriea ate to commence an and for the 25lli day of July next: that PropoiaU in writing, sealed up and inartawl, ' TeHdiHr fur jiriiig-Supplii^j.'' '�ill be reroiveifat 4^;QWce,an.4f befl^f iTIwrH't*;,lbe 29ib, d^y of Joue, 18-20 "(Ifet rmtHe vill be Ttceiv*d after Twelve o*CI�ck ortbat  ch Ibe Pur9haser may have an exclusive privi-lege of making, by securing lo himself a Patent. This is a most important discovery towards the improvement of Watches in geiic/al, but.eapecialty Sea Chronometers, having by its conslruclton greater advantages for the regularity, of performance than any yet made. It is well known ttaat the perfection of any piece of mecbani.stn cou-sists in its simplicily, particularly iu a VValcb. This method being very simple, friction is avoided; the coagulation of Ibe oil, which is the principal cause of ibe variation of Watches, is hereby much reduced; and Chronometers frequently vary oii their voyage from that very cause. Watches bithertn made have Four Wheels, viz. Second, Third, Contrite, and Balance Wheel. It bas been for several years A. Mesnre's study to find some method of reducing the number of wheels: after many labo^iuus and fruitless trials, at an immense expense, and with great perseverance, he baa now the satisfaction lo offer a Walcb, with ouly Two Wheels aujl Barrel (the motion wbeets excepleid.) This Walcb ia of the common size, and beats the half dead seconds; ibe dial is the same as olber Chronoiiielers. It has been'made and kept going several years; and by its performancehe has experienced such re-gulartly, as is seldom met wilb in a good borizuutalescapement, having been particularly noticed not lo make any seutiiile �wiiiHp� in llwi'first iWeive and'lsst'lwelve hours, it 9iai;1iis'iiitf!Btian .lo have italcen �iit � .pateiM, bat fcis sight being iippaired, and having bis Pelit.Or lo attend to,' he hW not liro� for othei- ebncerns, which is Ibe reason for bis wishing lo dispose of bis iov^utiou to anyone willing to obtain a Patent, and thereby secure to himself a fiKtunc, having no doubt, if properly ek^cuied, aud by adding a fuzee and expansion balance to make it complete, lltat it will answer fur Chronometers belter than any yet made. The Watch may be seen in a show glass going; but not lo be held in any one's band, nor any queatious answered respecting its ronstruclioii, bring warranted such as above described, witbonly Two Wheels auda Barrel with Teeth- it ii^ in 4 Pelll-Or Case. Apply to the Inventor, A. Mesure, 420, Strand. nt ELAND. -IVATERFORD, JUNE 7. DEATH OF WILLIAM NEWPORT, ESQ. Wilh overpowering feelings .wC' have to announce the death of thia our eminent fellow-ciiiz^'U, excelling iu rank, in connexions, and in influence; ihe Senior of one of the must ancient of all exi.'.tin'g Banks, ti .ffank fouiiiled a century ago by hi� grandfather, and handed down through hisreverrd . father, lale Ibe respected paliiarch of our city, a Bank that never once had bent to breeze or slorm. It cannot be concealed that the moment of bis -leath Is critical.   In the agi- ;latiuu which it bus caused, we feel our.selres utterly unable to allempi a sketch of his valued  f'e. seiitative, Ibe Right Hon. Sir John Newport, Bart, and was blessed with a strong similarity of patriotism, judgmeot, and ability. At-any periud the death of such a man must have been striking ;.yesterday il was peculiarly so when ihc .Bank was closed, al half past one u'clocb, and exhibited the following written placard : - " Iu consequence of the suditen death of Wiltaiii Newport, Esq. Ibc Btnk is closed fur a few dayjs." kilkenny, june 3. Our Annual STidsjiimmer Callle Fair was belil on Thursday. The stiew of Horned Cattle was not so great as nsnat, but it was greater than the demand. New Alilch Cows brought from 121. to 15/; good four-year old Springers 13/. aud others In proportion; Strippers SI. tolU; Yearlings lu.4/.; Iwo. years qld Heifers 7/. to 8A; Fat Callle >caice. .Sheep plenty, but generally inferior, and not in demaml; Fai Welbeis SOs. to SBs.; Siure Sheep 35a. to 409 ; Ewes 3.^5. lo4a>.4d.; we saw i^ guud lot of Iluggels sold at 40s.- There was a large supply of Lambs which brouglitfrum 10s. lo 14s. Fat Pigs Were in great pleoly ; but, we are sorry to say, (lalj bruoghl from 36s. to 38s. prr.cwi. notwithslauding winch, this slock was in less demand than any oTtier-youu'.; Pigs w<*re rxceediugly low priced. The Horse. Markei was well filled, but they were generally of inferior quality, and there was no.demand to .warrant a quotation of prices. We have ouly iioUced the prices iu the early part of the day- towards tba close of the Maiket there was a .reduciiuu of full 5 per cent. The Wares exhibited al Ihefe Fairs wereiii Ihe^isual variety.'   At seven o'clock two or three druukrn men ciillecied'acrowd on ihel'air ground Parade, and some .blows were giv ,';buluu sticks were u>ed, u^r, iu fact, did tLitj Ibiiig occur like a serious quarrel. We were viewing tb^'bustle fr^Bt the windows wheo we were struck, as if by a iil,i .tl! a The opTation of ihnse andrlen and �. I., krd-for fui ores whirl} have done hue\x viial injury lo "pob-.c rretlit in iji ; cities of Cork and Liineru-k. das rearhed u * I'l lis fulltf-t force. ^Veanlloull^e with (leep, conrero,'lltat, on. S�'l;^lIi^^/ fureiioiw, il!5 I'sMjiking l-Jonse of .^Ir. L'layiinjo, of ihia cily,WH.i closed, and a general. su.ipt'ij.s'iii \ti piy:ui'i>'s loplc ' pluef. A inHice aU'ixtd to the )�intl.(* . i .- lln >.- �>.:'.' mi-.l tlie puhlir. ihai a scarcity of Natiyai paj. r, lit iiwfi'L Sofef% orcasioned a temporai-y crssalion of \j-.^-.^wx.if. f�..t ilial ji.i llie following Tiusilay .(litis day), bustoess uooid iie fully resuiiied, aud lite public dem�ii�ls luirqoivwcJily niel. It was known that Mushrra Mountain auil Ihe roads asl. joining iM'ilUlreel. had heeu lhi.s lime past infeiiert with a highway r lier'a, and rohbeil several jueii and women of llie various sufn-i whicli'they intended layicig ttui at-the (air. KH\e man in particular, of Ihe mime of Daaifl- Carroll, was seized l.y iiirr.. , at;wh�m he preseiileif.a pistol, willi uiiosl lineal, Deliver yonrmj^py.'" The poor man ilHoie.d,airly gave him ait.b^ ,.pris8CS*e;{,A<'iuch.wasoiie'p(<��iid fi.ye �tilUi�s�i.; Tifiei-feiloi' bad scarcely Umc to poekel il, wlirii he ptroivtd Hl��eMir four men approaching, upon wIHtb he made I'ff However,lh�K coonlrymeii were not lo be inlimidaled ; Hoy -ill jiriued ami pursuid liim a dislaiice of three roiUa MCrnss ihe ro:iTitry,.N� the foot of Ihe Iloggra IMotintaios, where, finding l.iinse'f too closely pursued, he immediately look In -a high .ock^ and taking '001 his pistols, three in noniher, a'*ore vp. heuieiilly that lie would l-hoot llie first man thai fUre-l lo appioatll him. Nevertli, less Ihey udvHHce.I, . pouring siones ou him like grape shot, .when fniiunattty one of ihe (.lonrs hil and cut him so severely ihi'l fell, after snapping the pistols repeaiedly, hut iu ron-seqiiente of.ihe extreme wetness of the ilay, llie priiiiiii:^ was loo (lamp lo go oil'. The men thru rushed on hini anil .lpj*riviil biiii of ihe pistols and a rou'^nli'rable qnan-lily of powder and bull:,, v�iih ilie niooi y of which he had a liltle tunc before robbed Carroll. Tin-/ iinineiliaiely bruiiglil liiiii back lo ihe Mouttlain-bouse, 1.11 handd lied behind bis hark. Ou bearing the rep'irl of llie frilow being taken, Thomas Wallis, E�q of .'^line-hiil, ordered Ilje Constables, who were in attendance at the fair, lo proceed ,-unl aasi.si the oifii in bringing hiin before biin, which was quickly done. While inforniaiiona were taking, lie w.is recug-nised by some of the soldleis of llie 49llvregiiaeiil, as Simon Browne, who deserted from lhal regimenl l"2 niunlhs sgo ; be is a smart art,re lonknig man, ahoul 5 fcrt 8 inches, and about 28 or 30 iliirly ye
                            

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