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   British Press (Newspaper) - June 15, 1820, London, Middlesex                                f-. � i' i 4 - NuiMBEK 5469. LONDON, THURSDAY, jypWE 15, 1820; Price 7d. Snccrss iiicreaacd! M Thirteenth Night of Giovanni iu | Loudon. THRATnE-nOYAL, DRVRT-LAVK. THIS EVENING, tflUHSbAy. Jmip M, Kin Majesty'* ServAiils viil perform ihr Cmiii-ilv uf A CURE FOR THE HEA ItTACJI li. Sir HubrrI Sli,i)l(y, 51r. Powell; Charln.Slaiilry, Mr, Riiriiard; Vorlex. %fr: Giiliie; Voung Ilapid, l\Ir. Ellisloii J. OI,| Rapid, Mr V.i.id.,!; Iiaiik Oalland, Mr. Kuig'hl':, Ellen VoHrx, Mr�. i!i ..,n..ii ; .Miss Vortex, Mra. Egerloiis Jeisy  ali:iud, Mrs. M.iriiyii. AAer which {13jii lime at litis Theatre), an Extravaganz.-), called GIOVANNI IN LONDON. Don Giovanni, Madame Vealria; Leporellu, Mr. Knight; TUr. Flureutine Finickiii, Mr. iiHriiard; Sir. Drpiiiy IuiicIkIi, IVlr.ttattie; Draii^emdry, IMr. Bbllrr. Afra. Lrporfllii, I'Ti^s C�bilt , Miaa CoDstantis^uiSolte, Miss Carcw ; Mr�. Eiig-liaii, Mra. Orger; tiln. Diaineindry, Mr�. Hsriuwe. The Box-OfBceiriil be open from Eleven ttil Five u'ClocIc -Piacea to iiejta|cea�f Mr. RpdweK, Box Book-ktPix^. Boxe* 7�,j aaw %jejB:^aS,,fl^.-,Pi.t,{^ :Ser�u4 Price 2a.-;Loi�er tiaileiy St,5 SeconlTPiicB la.'-Upper Gal-Ury la.; Second Price 6d. On Saturday will be produced a Dew Serious Opera, called David Rizzio, THEATRE-ROYAL, COVE NT-GARDEN. 1HIS EVENING, THURSDAY, June 15, will be acted, Shakepear^'s Tragedy of MACBETH. Duncan, Kine of Scotland, Mr. Chapman; Malcolm, Mr. Connor; Macbeth, Mr. Macreadv ; Macduff, Mr. Terry; Banquo, Mr, E^ertuQ.   l oora will lie opened at Half-past Six o'clock, and the Play begin al Seven. Baxea 7�.; Second Price 38. 6d.-Pit 3s. 6d. ; Second Price 2a.-Lower Gallery 28.; Second Price Is.-Upper Gallery Is.; .Second Price 6d. A Private Box may be had for the Season, or nightly, of Mr. Brandon, at Ibe Box-office. Oil Saturday, Henri Quatre, with Midas. THE.VrRE.ROYAL, COVENT-GARDEN. FOR THE BENEFIT OF MISS FOOTE. TO-MORROW, FRIDAY, June 16. will be acted (12th time), a new Historical Tragedy, called VIRGINIUS; OR, THE LIBERATION OF ROME. Appius Claudius, Mr. Abbott; Virginius, Mr. Macready; Iciiiu.s, Mr. C. Kemble; Claudius, Mr. Connor; Sirrius Drntalus,  Mr. Terry; Nemetorins, Mr. Egerlou.  Virji-nia. Miss Foole; Servia, Mrs. Connor. At the end of the Play, a celebrated Dnefto, by Miss Stephens and Miss M. Tree; and "The Typilywittliel," by Mr. Grinialdi. To which will be added (by most particular desire) a Farce, wtih some Music, called A ROLAND FOR AN OLIVER. Sir Mark Chase, Mr. Fawcett; Alfred Highflyer, Mr. jnnes; Mr. Setboroe, Mr. Abbott; Fixture, Mr. Emery; Gamekeeper, Mr.St Isaacs. Maria J>arliDglou, Misv-Faote; Un..Sclbarue, Miss Beaumont. Tickets and Places to be had of Mr. Brandon, at the Box-office; and of MisB Foole, 34, Keppet-street, Russell-s(fHrtre. THE LAST NIGHTS, UNTIL NEXT YEAR, OF MR. MATBBWS AT HOME, AT THE THEATRE ROYAL, ENGLISH OPERA-HOUSE, STRAND. THIS PRESENT THURSDAY, June 15. will be presented the Papular and Eccentric Eater-tainmeuts of THE COUNTRY COUSINS, and THE CHRISTMAS AT BRIGHTON, On Saturday {in consequence of the great overflow on the larli), the Trip 10 Paris, and La Diligence, will be repealed. ()u Monday, June 19, The Trip to Paris, and La Diii-ge��ce. Ou Thursday, June 22, Country Cousins, and the Christmas al BriKlitun. Oil Saturday, June 24, the same Entertainments, and Mr. MATHEWS will have the honour to deliver his F.iREVVELL ADDRESS. SURREY THEATRE. THIS EVENING, THURSDAY. June 15. will be presented ^for liie fourth lime), an eulirely new Caledoiiinii Melo-Dramaiic Romance, preceded by a Chai-arteriaiic Introduction, and founded on one of the po-pulai Tales of my Landlord, called OLD MORTALITY; OR, EURLEY AND MORTON. With Nevi Miiiir, Scenery, Machinery, and Embellishments. Old Murlalily, Mr. Wyall; Jedediab Cleishbotljam, Mr. Smith ; Colonel Grahame, Mr. ClifiTord; Major Belleodeo, Mr. Wsilkiiisoti; Major Allan, Mr. Walker; Captain Lord Evaiidale, Mr. Benuoujjb; Cuddie Headrigg, Mr. Filzwil-liaai. Lady Marjaret Belleudeu, Mrs. Dibdin; Edith Bellindeii, Miss Taylor. Aficr the -Melo-drame (for this week only), the popular Cuoiic Borletla of THREE TIMES THREE; Or, BOYS, GIRLS, AND GUARDIANS. Bumper, Mr.Adcock; Buckthorn, Mr.Ellia; Picquet, Mr.VVyati; William, Mr. Leonard; Henry, Mr. Filzwil-liam Chirlcs, Air. Payne. Susan, Miss Cooeland; Mary, MissS. Pitt; Nancy, Miss Jonas. Next week will be presented an entirely new Comic Borletla Speciacle, io two acts, under the title of A New Way in GtJ Married; or, Give a Map Lock and throw bim in llielSc^. A�MY CONTHACI-S. C0Tirai6*ARi4T Departmfkt, Treasobt CitAMRF.ItS,  junk 7, t82 if lo supply the folloKtng AtUcUs for the iise of IheAi'mg, viz- BilEAD, To his Majes^y's Land Forcta in Cantonments,.  dur-iufe the last Exbibition. is NOiV WEN'ror'jribirc inaper-tiiin in lha lUinao Gallery, at' ih^'E'gypirtiyilalt, Pic'ca. ,dilly. Public alteiiti6n is re�peclfillly iUvinU lu this chef, d'oeuvre of fureigji Art. �'. �I.J,      � Adioissio.n Is -Opwa'tptJoir 6d.      -; . BRIDGES, Mayoh.     '      ' A COMMON COUNCIL, hoWen in the CHAMBER uf tlie GUILDHALL of the �U; Y ef LONDON, uu 1VEDNESDAY, the Ulhiiay i�rjj�ne, 1820, RESOLVED, '�i"^HAT a rintiful anH lijvnl A'Wrew of eonrlo- 8.   lenceniid Congratulnlipn^^ie presented io hrr Slajesly Queen Caroliiie, upon her itittTttl-iotliiii Ct^n'ry- Wb'OBTHORPE,-, arrived to do duly in Limerick from Fermoy, T&is, carpi IB fihn atronir. �        / ' The ruinmand of the Garrison of Limerick de#nl�e� *oa Lieiilenont.Coloiiel A Biowil, C.B. M�j"r79th Higtilsnders. On Sainiday two Irnnps of the Mill light drapxina air. rived ill Chatham front ipiwic6',.r(M|i,iiv H(.i|,,:,i,,i� Ins brat IViend'j  the public, iliat the SPA IE LOTTERY FINISHES i>� FKIUAV. 5:;.,! msiuni, on .vhidi day ibe 12,000 TicUeH '")� 111 Ibe IV|,,1 ,,,i i,H ..,:| Drawn; a* must also the iKurSuuk Prii.s uf 3(),0U�W. the Forty-four otJier Stock ''�l'il�N. .ii,,! liie Fourteen Moiiry Capitals. "ISH'.S Offices are remaiUably fortunrte wfceil �i 1.111)1)/. \\^^^^ form'part of the Scheme, � lie-liHS sold aad >''u rianted Undrawn TiikeU aiia Shares are gelling by l^lSH, Stockbroker, 4, CorofciW; �ud 9, ChartK-croaa, w  hd, already sold Six Cipitala in llie pioaeut Lottery. T.+t Various apparent inducements Ji^ve been held out at id.h,,tut periods of this Lotlei y, by wliich persooa were led *" ^'"aKiiie great advaiitagef were lo be obtained ; and by (i>e �-6 rding uf       Advertisement* it appeared that lliej �Wfret.i/iehadoufy at particular ��fficea J but aucb fcaa Hoi 'Lecn .iiie case; for BISH'S Customera aay rest anored j! ""�yJiawiiad, and will have, every advatil-^ the Scbenw jj '��yJ)e       10 poaseaa, although be U JFOT. the CON- 1 .'.RACTtyi, jicr Jjaa any coacern in ibe Loiler; �r Sla- CAJ TO SOLICITORS, BANKER.S, AND OTHERS, IN THE COUNTRV. Gentlemen who are willing lo act as Agents for the Atbis Asauranre Company, are requested lo address their applicaiinti to H>e Serretary at ihe Office in Clieapside, ac-compsnjed with a relirence lo persons in LoMdna. WORKED MUSLIN ROBES. FLOUNCES, TRIM-' MINGS, &c. COOPER, TVARS. hIhI CO- 55, Oxford-street, most rcsprclfoHy acquaint their Friends au4 Ihe Public in generul, that they have received pauy NfW Patterns in Worked Muslin Rubes, Flounces, and Trim-rftinsTs, which they propose nfiering on very low terms ; iike-wise I'ftriibour anil rich Satin-worked Mfistins, fur Morning and Evening Dresses ; plain Brilisli Book, Mull, and Jac-cuuot Miislios of the improved makes, from 2s. to Ss. 6d. per yard; a great variety of Muslini and Leiioeafor window, curtains; yard and InWf wide, ji 9i, Gd. ihe piece uf 10 yards. N B.i-iDamask Talile Linen, India Bluslius, and Frein:ti   A .i...;................ ar.mo 4........................ �5n0 4 .................,�400 16 ...........;...........- �300 , 36.........................�200 &C. &c. .Money and Consols, .ami ALL IN ONE DAY, FRIDAY, 23d TtJlS MONtlT,' tVlieii tife Liiitery ^oiabes. Undrawn Tickets and Shares are selliiig at CARROLL'S Offices, 19, Gornbill, and 26, Oxfoid street, Luudon, aud at all his. Aeeuta jo the Country. CARROLL .Shared and Sold,in Ihetaat few Months-^ USIC-The new. portable PATENT DI-iVH TAL H ARP.S, tastrumeiita particularly worlby the allcuiion of the Nobility,Gentry, and Polite Musical World. Mr. ED1VARD LIGHT, Music Professor, is Ihe Inventor, Patentee, and Proprietor of lliem. The Dital Harp is constructed upon quile a new principle of action, and produces all the general use and effect of Ihe Pedal Harp, although nut more than oiie.third tbesize; they are very elegant and graceful, and easily learnt, Bod are already in much request among families of the first disiinclion and musical taste. The luvtulor observing in the Newspapers that many ships are going out to the indies aiid elsewhere with passeugera, &c. Mr. L. begs forthei- to Observe, that the'Ditnl:Harns are aiso the besi adapted for travelling abroad' of any in-sliunienl ever^before'invented, not uuly for their peculiar couvenience, but also for their standing the climates, of which there has already been satisfactory proof. They ore to be had of E. L. only. No. S, Fbley.place, Caveudiali-square, where the Polite Public are respectfully invited to inspect them. '     � � N.U.-Ladies from tbe;cqaDtryTor those upon the eve of going abroad, kiiqwiug alr,eady. wmelhing tif Music, may be fully instructed upo'a the Dital Harp in the short space of leu days, it being on so "siintite a conslructiuir, although it possesses so much. i'   ^    . The Dilal Harp being so wonderfully we|I adapted to fureigu climates and easy nttaiuuieut,;may-more than prabalde prove a good spcculat^a for merchants, tratlera, uiid others; lh� prices loo being very moderate, and proper allowanced made iu wholesale ileafing. Funiier particulars may be -known by application as Bbove. S.387 ........�3ev0<� 708 ........   -2]MOO l^ii ;.....,. io,ivo 7,tm......... je.4,�er to entertain auch a question as that comprised in. the Requisition, ewpecially after the piiins taken �veu by Mr. broogharo, and the test of the Queen's advisera', to prevent any dangerous dtacuRvitina, and to iinplore all parliea, both in and out of Parliament, to abstain from remarks of any kind until some decision should take place with respect to the negociution then ^oiiig on be-lv�een two illustrious parlies. He trns'led lhat their good sense would still shew them the tiecewity of postponiMg Ihe discussion propose'd, at least for as long a period aa that to which the discusaloiia of both Houses of Parliament were postponed. ADDRESS TO THE QUEEN. Mr. FaVell, ill rising tu move that an Address should be presented to her Majesty, felt quite a� anxious as ins Lordship not lo do any thing which could impede or interrupt Ihe treaty which was probably carrying on between the highest personages in the state ; he could have no wish to display any spirit but that of the purest loyalty ; but to do nothing in the present case, under a pretence of neutrality or independeuce, were in reality to do every thing to the contrary. He begged that the minutes of the last Requiaitiou, and the Address which followed to the Princess of Wales, uow Queen, might be read. The Remembrancer read the Requisition aad Address, dated April 22, 1813. . ^   M�. .�A��bl.-  motion embraced, two objects :-v-o>ie was to condole with "her Majesty on the losses �he had so�F�;rfd- iri her fam'dy-the Duke of Bruusr wick; bis laite Majesty, her best friend; the Duke of Kent ; ai\^, above all, her daughter, the liimeiiled Princess Charlotte.   Yet she had boldly neturned. and flung herself into the arras of British justice; and cputid^ oi| the zeal and loyalty of the British people.   Tihe iilBtue of her greatest faenefa�!tot, George II(.stood before him.    If that marble could be ui}iinated fur a moment with feeling and emcitigns, sot;!! as he possessed when jiving, tears would trickle iltiwn the cheeks at the fprltirn, distressed, and jjersecuted condition of his niece dud d-iughter.   Ais fiir as tliis part of his subject went; he ielt suire even.of his Lordship's concttrreiicp.; A� to the seciinil.ol ject, he could anticipate no fair ob> jeciion t(> a loyal andUrlisc'reet 4 her Majesty on her lirrival in this country, if such AtJdress did iiot touch oil ai�y.circtiiustaiices now pending or ons�|ttle(i' lietwe^ii thti illi^slrious parties.   Slie had the' liti^ of Qiieijn, iiiicl, fw the p'rt;�ent, at any rate, her honour was uiiimpeached.- Her Majesty must feel'jileatied and ' ciiiisbled to' receive li testimony of their respect f^om that body, wtios^ opininiis were of coiwiderable weight in the coiiintfy.   Her Royal relatives liiiik aUii feel pleased .ai'iseeiug such earnesrtiWsk on theii* part iii defending her honour.   No one, ntit even his Lt)rd�hip, wotilil feel -moreanxious than hiihself lo.aVoid every iudiicretlou that niiiiM'i4i' tht! feast t'eiid to interrupt the iiriju�l-raeut which was expecli:d lo take place.   But this desire was, iiot at all iiicoiiiputible with an Address of Cptidolenc* on those losses and bereaverafnis which she hatj sustained, and Which were so calcuf. lated to remind Kings and Uulera, aye, and Lord Maydn and Aldlermen, and alltd" iheiii, of that goal to which they were hastebiiig, of llmt tfibuiial 10 which tbey woald be cnlted'^ibe just to jmli^menc o;ily, the wicked to judgment and puniahiiieiii. He cnix-luiled his apeec'i liv movinsf- " That,a loyal Bn<\dt|tirol Address fhonid lie preaeoled lo the ^ueeu by the Couiinon Council of Ibe Ciiy of I.iindiin, coudollng^wilU he^ Majesty, on Ihe Vussea abe liad ait-liti.i^d m her Taitiily, and con^riituliii'ag heron ber arrival in tliii country." �. .Mr. J. Williams seconded rlip ino'ion, and t 1 .doinfj^ jio fell eKtrerhely nnxi-ou-* ilint tio wo-nl jiliould e.icape him teiidiiij^ in iiir- i.|i;;liiest ilt'j^ret; ,to qsperae lhe-hi(�he�l authority in ilie reHlm,. or lu make tlie ttianiters of English worteri n.ore l'i''-i. He kney too WrJI the value of llie virti'e- �f D'-tiah matrons, WitJ6�e'Armd� and habits gave tlie h. si feeling* and |�r�p�t8ities to those of his own aex ; \\ � daii'gerous ami Obiectionahle il was to interfere \t\ the animosities winch sometimes brnk� out betwieeiKfiiMt and wif�. But th>it ieelin;; )vid long since passed away in llie e�*e in tjueslicn. Il might be Iwid, that ev'H consequence* would follow fmra bringing oot Secrets now ob-ciired friiiii public view. The blood be on the heails" or>uclr:i* pressed such an invtatigalion as wortid lead In tlii.�e cotiseth Houaes of Parliament had recoiiiniended all parlies tu abstain from coinmenl. He wished the King and Queen to be left to their own feeling*, so that if they did separate they might do it wilh good will towards each other. Upon the wliole, the least said would be the soonest mended. He.' moved the previous question. Mr. Jambs said, that the,silence of the City could not be interpreted into disrespect. If so, ail the leading men in the couyiry ditrespecled llie Queen, as few of them had called on her. He seconded the amendment, Mr, JebB Said, that one of the commonest muximsof the Constitution declared, lhat on Eoj;-lishinaii could be punished or prejudiced until found guilty by the laws of his country. The Court ouj�ht.to go up in the spirit nf loyalty, and address the Queen, Mr. Bbowne was. for taking a middle course. Either he would have the business puslponeil until the decisions of Parliatneiit, or he would have an addnssof condolence, and not of congT-atulation, us it was uncertain that the .arrival of Ihe Queen iu this country would turn out a matter of congratulation. He acknowledged tliat his Majesty had been grossly misadvised and abused, if he were to jndge from the coarse and unworthy trealment whi-ch the Qneen had experienced on and just before her arrival. Had it not been for tfie- previous question, he would have moved an Aildress by way of amendment, such as he nmceived to be suited 1(1 the occasion. He wimUl, imwever, support the amendtneivt already moved. Alderman WaITHMAN gave his cordial support to the Atld'e*'. 'l*'>�i Aildvess wus unexcepiion-uble, and the arguments a^juinst it seemed rather intended (or dislracliuii than any other purpose. He would not believe'that -the Aldress could t>t-tlisa^reeable to the King, any more than he would believe that the petty and itialignant persecutiou.s uf the Queen were gratifying to his Majesty. He commented on the cruelties and injuries she had suHered, especially that of sinking her n�tne out of the Liturtty, as if she were escomnianicated; a circumstance which must have beeti extremely dangerous in Catholic countries. But she lm:l never been so m'uch degraded as iu the proposals which bad been made to her of 50,000/. to stay abroad, under the foulest suspicion and impola-liun.   Had >he accepted those terms, the would   

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