British Press, June 16, 1820

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British Press (Newspaper) - June 16, 1820, London, Middlesex .Sr.>� i^'^Il.^'--.'t. ^ NfjHBBK 5469. HIS EVENING. FKIOAiY, June ife. hin MajeilvV Semnti will perform Cl>y apMlal'defire) the Comedv of , ' THE SUSPICIOUS HtJSBAND. Mr. SrrictlaDd. Mr. Pope; Frankly, MrPenley } Bellainy, Mr. Barnnrd; Riia|>rr,. Mr. Ellhton; Jock Mefi^of, Mr. Biiwwll; Te�\et, Mr. Knight. Sht. ^tricllnnd, Mrs. Orser; rinrinds, Mn. Edwin; Jacintba, Mrs. ftlardyn; Lucella, Mr�. Hirlvwe. AfM which (Ulh time at Ihia Theatre), an Ex')r*vagaii�a, calW  . giovanni in London. Don Gtoraniii, Afadaaie Veltrii^ I;e|iorellu, Mr. KniKbi; J*r. Flprenl>4v� FinJQkin, Mr. Baynard; Mr. Depot; EoeTUIi, Mr.\Batlir;JD!r�i^nKlr}, Mr: Bailer. Mrs-Leporello, Hin Pu�ey; |Aia8,GD(iii�Q(ia QatKotl^ Sliat Carew ; Mrs. Eog-)ikh, Miu Cubiti; Mri. Draia^mdry, Mr�. UairloM^. fhe Qokpfflceirill be opvnfiron Eleven till FJTev'Ciodc -.Places to .be.teken of Mr. Rodvellj Box Book-keeper. Bujcn 7ii..; Secoiirf Price 3a. 6d.-^Pit Ss. 6.1.; Second ^ice it.-Lower Gallery 2s.; Secpud Price Is.-Upper Qsl* l�7 la.; Second Pri�e^^. , ^. j To-morrow. wiyjict�rr lriliii�, .Mr. C Kemble;.ClaBdi|�s, Mr. Connor; Siccios Vrnlntw, .Mr.Terry; Neog^eii^'us, Mr. Eserton. Virginia, Miia Poole; Scrria, Mr�. Connor. Al the end of Ib^ Pljy, a.celebrtled Duetto, hy Hfins Sle-plieiis and Misa iB. Tree; and f'Tije Typitywitcbel," by ilr. Griin�Mi. .i,. Tu which will be added (by.,iiioM,par|icular desire) a Farce, wiih some Musi�e, called A HOLAiND FOlt AN OLIVER, Sir Mnrk Cliasp, jVfr. Pawcetl; Alfred Hi|{h(]yA', Mr. Ji'iies; Mr, Srlltorue, .Mfi.^bbolt; Fixture, Mr. Emery; t:-HmFlie7r�. Si'lbarni'i Miss Beaui^ont- , Tultcls and Places lo had of Mr, Braodnn, at the Box- ofiiir; Olid of Alisa Foote, 34, Krppet-street, Russell. squnic. TH� OPERA DANCERS ON THIS OCCASION ONLY. MR. ELUSION'S NIGHT. THEATRE BOV A I., DRURY.LANE. ON MONDAY NEXT, June 19, 1890, his ht.jeslv'g SerTanl^will perform the Comedy of EVECtY^nb HAS HIS FAULT. Sir Robert KaikSle, Mr. Ellisloii. Sini;in^hy Mr.Braham,^iad*meVrsiris,arid Mr. Incledoo; and s Pas Srwlilty Miss Tree. A favourite Interlude, in which Mr'Ellislon will perform. The Eiiterlaiumenis to cDsclude niih.a Ballet^ entitled LA FETE DU VILLAGE. MR. JBRAHAM'S NK5HT. THEATrtfi-EOyAL, DRORY-LANE. MR. IWJAH'AM hin- the honour to inform the: NoLiliiy, Gfuf ry, h\� Vtieoii^ �ii*.|*e^^Wie-�aireiv.-j nn:.l, thi� x.n WEQrXESOAY, the '21st inslaul, will he ' juMfiiviiwd (foV fte 6rsl time on tUeie boards), the Coniic Olirra of ;THE'ENGLl.SH FLEET. V�!r�ifi�,vn le (t.ii;" wiih .^tadame Veslris. .Mr. Incledon will sing ".The oivder;" and, by permission of. llie Propfie-i"i i.f ilie Kiiis'sTheatre, Miss F. Corri .will sine-wiljv 4fr.. ilrHl.um llii; " fehoiDuct," from the opera of Zwivia.; aud, ,Mi5s II. C.iiri (lier RriH apiwarnure on the Ebclish Slage), iIm' Duet 111' " La ci dai-e'm la mano," wilh Mr. iiraluiro; Miss Turri will'.jierform the celebrated bravura of" La Tn.inl.n aii(i the favourite Duet of " Koy's Wife of Al-(llvllocl)," liyihe Misses 0>rri, ivilholher Eulerlaio'roPMls. Tiilcis Places for the Boxes lo he taken of Mr. Bra. )nu>, \'(,. ;jj T'lvistuck-square ; and Of IVtr. Rodwcll, at the l'."XU(i;rc, '� SADLER'S WELLS THEATRE, THE DUG BRUIN FOR TWO NIGHTS ONLY. rij^lUS KVEnING, FRIDAY, June 10, i Kn.l I'OMORROW, SATUApAY, June 17, the peifrimaiirc!. will commence wiln an fenterlirinmejit called UUUm.e DECEPTION; OR. MORE GHOSTS THAN ONE! , . Afifr whirli a spWndid Persian Comic Pantomime, called THE YELLOW DWARF; Or, HARLEQUIN KING OF THE GOLDEN MINES. Aoion^sl ihe Scenery will be exhibited a View of Wesl-miHsippAhbcy Olid the House of Lords.'wbere will be in-ir/iiluceda: series'of Moving Fignresi in appropriate cos-lumr, lo convey an.idea of the GRAND CORONATION VttOCEKSION, with the manner of the Champion's per-f'.rmio5 the Ceremony of the Challenge. ' I" (lie ciiurae of the Evening a Comic Song by Mr, Slefc IjNi? ; aul a Comic Song by Mr. Grimaldi, entitled�� London Cluals; (ir, Tlipre never was eiich Times." Tu cimtlude wilt, for the only times this Season, THE COTTAGE OF THE LAKE; OR, MY VASSAL'S DOG. . In wbirh will be iiilroducedthe wonderful perfonjianccs of Die Do? Briiiii. ^ , , . , � ;, . Oh Monday eveniog, with other Novellies, a new Eques^ man .JIi;lo,.^drame, in which real Horses will be inlriodaced into (lie real Water. IJoors open al Half.past Fivcr-Performance to commence at Half.psmSix.,, : . , '''w* fijr Ahe'JBos^es may be taken of Mr. Stuck, at the iiits-OlBce of. the Theatre, every day from Ten till FoMr. o Clock. Places kejit till Seven. , : ^ T Boxes jts.t^Pit 2s.-Gallery Is. - i BRtTIS*! GALLEBV, PALL-MAtt, .j. . .. THl.S GALLERY, with an EXHIBITION of PORTRAITS of distinguished Pe��on� .5� the Hislory and Liletaliirtftif tbetJoiled Kinffdo|i|, l8,,pp.EN DAfbT from Teh iiiiKe Morning tiHSixjmJw pVtning.. (By Order) JOHtJ VVER'S EXHIBITION W Oil, Iwtf WATfeltlJCOtOUR PAlNTTNGS IS %Oyt OPEN, at the Great,Rooms, Irt, Old Baad-atreetj opposite Stafford-strebr, Vrttih Nine till Dusk. Adi^iitan'ce Is.-Calalofue 8J. Price 7d. M^^^'CTi(^'2*feet |�iure^ wbJ^ ekcife^ UsHrersal inbr^est and admicattoh at Ibf Loww dur. in^ ibelast ExhibitiMV is NOIV DPEN ibr pabtie, liOffw llie lidiiiiB Gallery, at ihe tgypiian Hijl, Piec^ dilly.' PubHc afteiiiroii ti respectfully iuvUcd lo ibb ch�n d'oeuvre of forcttb-Art^. a- : iiti�r c&gScMe^ t�i?iSEl' of fl AiR-ccrnril^C, LadieilJlia(i'3S�iitleDieBof VStak'aitdi^Ubiaa'my'depetid upon every attenlioii being paid tu the ^wtbasid'^linrte.' ment of their H�|r,* kbo Hi Ibe style tM fashion of the iDOat elejrdHti^NM^iVlies either of Lomloa or Parian-No. 6, Tavistock-stfeel, Comii-garden. A great variety 4>K ^Julies' Bead Dresseaand Ornamental Qairj also Gentleineii'i Perukes, Scalps, ju:. made Iv imi-taie na\tare. , , |:1harleS Wright, importer of win� \j and Spirti^, next lo Ihe King's Theatre Colonnade, Haymarket, fiii Just landed CHAMPAGNES, sparkling and cixunUog, redidtVd while, of the first qnaliiies, at Six Gaiueas per deiea'; CLARETS, fa Rose, at Three Guineas per dozen, bottled in- Franc.ei, He wishes tni. �,bOO TiekeU mero Dranaf tte Second Day. bOp picket* leera IHavxt Iht Third Day. 19,000 Tickeit remain to b* Drawn next Da^. ^ BISH res(iroker, 4, Cornhill, and 0, Charing.cross,; who Has already sold Six Capitals in Ihe present Lottery. ')-4''t" Various apparent inducements have-been held out at different periods uf Ibis Lottery, by which persons were led to imagine great odvanlagPB were to be'obtained ; and b'y Ihewordioguf Ihe Adverlisemcols it appeared that they were to beiiad only at particular Offices ; but-such has not b�en Ihe case; fur BISIVS Customers may rest assured they havehad, and will have, every advantage thfr Scheme maybe said to possess, alihuugh BISH is NO'l'.the CON> TRACTOR, nor has any concern iu the Lottery or MA- nagementm: further REDUCTIONS in the PRICES of PLATE GLASS from TU'O AND A HALF lo TWENTY-FIV-E per Co(t. RITISH PLATE GLASS COMPANY, Established by Act of Parliament, 1773. The Trade and the Public are "respectfully informed, lliat � '   40O .V.i.=..'�.iV.............. 300 ; &�.� Jcc/'Mbney and Consols, and ALL INONE DAY, NEXT FRIDAY,' Undrawn Ticketgiani'Shares are on Sale at'HAZARD �"'] Cu.'s OfficeBj'ltojaf�'Excbaugfe Gate; 26, Cdrdhill 3'24, Oxfurdstreet; liolttbii; .aud at all their Agents in the Country. , ,, ,:�,_ . ...... �.. � � � � !..,>: r HAZARD and Co.Sbarea, andrSold in a recent Lottery, ALL TUE,RRIZES,nf 30,000! M and-in tba presenti.Iwl-,' fi OFffces/: AND>Oi?PeSiTS Ttt8TIte^Payj>e3t'bfRenl^U Suiferffliliy Fire, -with^iit Increase of PKroVim.''''Ko''diai|^' is roadb for Policiea-.^no reapc^ibllfty'inii .be iBeiiri^ed, ax ln,^ar(jierihip SocielfielliwhereiDeVery^iie it liable for losfet lb t!fe.iExfent Jif itawhWeTProperlyi ^IPE INSURANCES effected; the graotingor purchase Of Aiioiiiiifei'Offered'to Ibe Public on lite saiiit>ei)oiUbls Terms. Midsummer Policiea should be reri^tred witliid Fifteen Dayt. WM.QEEtltAM, Secretary. � to SPORTSMEN.-^IMPRttVEO PER. CC^iON ^ELP-PRIMINO MAGAZINE WATER-PROqP'GCN^LOCK, made by HfeShrteY RICHARDS, Gull Rlsnih'atHuiw, 'Uigh-f|��et, 6i^ingh t7p�n ex* llrninalioa and'irial this LdcjIcsriU be. foopd to posien the above ver? considerable! a(lvaoUgeAtj fRIDAV, 1 au Eminent Collector, including Bm^l^'p OoHeelion of Prints, 2 vols'. ProOfS before Ihe UtHxii'-ia^^ .P%i)er; tlooshtoii Gallery, 2 v.iis. Gue3mre�wni;';Bruo, Gdllrrie-'-�*-''-'--j- t''^~i^J-t~ h ij__'_"fc'�.�r.'ii Ihe Heads; BY MK. �yAN At his House,.N�. 66, Pal|.^aU,,;i| June Id, and ThrM following jpajf �'�.2s>2y STRAirO."''' �� "-i k5 ioform Ihe Public, that their PATENT SECT-A: JCSTING TRuilSlES^oiititinctb1)e=�^cblnm�M alt ilW rtftik eminent Surgcoiis in Towd and=Ooiintt^y^ ispnugs art so constructed as to ad�iit'6r'iiici�aie'Sir "de-" IcreSse in siie and "force; will ansWc^-'fcnr ri^ht'iO'r left''tide, �wiihoiit Ihe least ineouVenience lo the'u^arer, requlHllj"^ila' uiider-slrap or other galling bandage.  ' ' ' � The Patentees h'kve the hoitoar ta-;BUp|ity-lhe Sold by Butler aud .Sons, No. 34, SaokTille^treet,! Dublin; and one or more Druggists in every prioeipaLTdwu in England. ' ' �- ------- .. ., ^  I ^tl^ dispose of a'xini^le ariicle of l.beir 'f^�i\if-tiiMy t^t'ei received .the .i]ol6i..-.as iisual.' .l(lanyl:0^;the.prin-jH'periimiV in ihe coiidty of,Tipptrary. Vffere*tbeir support, to lb' Bj�ufe�. bul.it,ww^l'n.ed.byCtlje.bankw^^ thie pirir'ltiiil 't^ry were.'anxiOufio uity uff'ibcirriiules, and relIhrWw%aV,'ltiog'a(fd^eilj'^" . ^*Sf* ..... affiri that all ihe^o^ii �ilil wiirhy.pafd^^ff by the RJalls, W.> Ihat.it^nuot be exmtled to take'eiacie^'efoie three or TbW ji guard 6fsl(lifersf U|Jon the Ba11k.l1011.sr4 1^ number4i!fiier�ooi� forced the lower gale, and broke into j^^^^^ 9J!�A^.fHe >�ll!fr Wbitb &id mt ______ bBHBcaa �ff suhscijueolj; done. ' � ''� ��'DISTRESS. We Kf ret jo ftpjl that the unfurlunate peiwna out' of em-ploymajtt'i� 4.1  ^  - eoiitjoi Mied.f^ the early paflafj^ oity� waa reinroetl.io K sjmii 'the abWimtieiiienl of t&e failure, audnu If^admit, ctfiildbe,d� events tbkt'fiare reeedtljr'talceii'i^lacV in oiir city, frbW'tbeUi^stric-. lion of the circulatinf; medinm by the failure .qfl.fae fianjks, is now more than ever riei^na'ry^' Tbe conii?4>tei>e:,o'^ the as-icBibUnf of those peJ^Ie; aiiid'of their 'prooeeiliug io acta of boililityit^ntt'lb'ecbuhtrywroi^tcinen inemptnyment at the building of the new City Qaot,, Kas led, in. a great measure, to Ibe dischar^;bf ibose (iersoiis also, a'nd.of tbrowiug tbem as an aaditroi�il:'werght lii|6'the mass .of public misery; ihM^irmay be ii riVcaiiisiaiicI^ thai' woiild eveolually bap-pen by thf dl^ulty the eoatra^prs of thoie wor|cs found uf procariu^ mdae'i^ to piiy the i*ages,^lbe'weekly afi)oli'iit being Jitllesbi^.or 8(N>f."n-6la' the new circhms'tam^ in nrliich Ibe wlwle dty iV|ilace'd. Tbosa unfortunate jpersoui out of employment .UkiimbM on Wedijeutajr nij^b't abotit eleven o'clock ockr theNj^W Gaol, tun^^proceededlo-^iic.lodgings of Ihe cpnulry ^klni!ti^~'tame^ of whom (hey, beat in a t^Toiauner; tbey then went to Ibe buUding.and threatened to 6Um iliekcaflrardiilg, but the walchmen.kept them at bay for some time by firing over their heads, and until a ' messenger was sent into the city to acquaint tbe Sheriffs of their menaced at^ck. ..... Thwe active olBceiJs imiaediately proceeded to Ibe spot, with a ftrong goard of cayiilry and infantry, and when arrived at Blaraeyl^ane, they found aboiit l&O or 200 assembled, but Ihe appearance of the inilitarjr was sufficient fur Iheir jdisperaiobi an^, ll^ Sfi in ail directions. Two of them . were, however^arrested aild conveyed lo the. Bridewell, where ; they were detained for tMAight.. Yeslerday ihejf were brought j befah�ltis Worsiiip |lie.3Iayor, who.admonished them uu the  imprtidettt a�d d�ogei�ns tendency of their coudnct; he impressed 'apon them the folly as'well as'wickedness|:Of injuring those poor people wiio were nalural.^ luoking fur em-. ployiSent as. well as ttiewselyes,.aud of attempting any thing , against the property iaf (be Messrs, Deane aiid Nolter, Ithniagb whoitt alone ifaey coaid^xpecl emptoynient,. Those iunforlnnafe jiersona .nictf ibi; admonitipiis. of, bis Worship ^wttb much conlritiaii�iand'a^ted, tlieir only ot>)ect;i�as.in fiodace^lfae cctvniry workniep;tb quitihe cilyj ,t,)?est,regrel-?ted tbey'tiadrtakeii any^aharb^in ibe^ie; djagraceful. pfpceed-;lng�j�a4 pcomised to induce Ihe rest of .their itiudy.tnavaid 'arepititMiidftiwiai^^ iii ihefireseRt : instancejo escapeewiisbitifuU,, Nolbiiie biitnthe.^ceme djfti^-iibBh *Jl^*luflcred;' and which they depicted in ; 4ra�ai*ia� l^r^abla.mentedifriend., Heexpiredwilbontagroao^surround-sd by his family-his understanding perfectly clear, sensible to the last-hisanxietyfoKbiSCOuMl-yarid herful'ure fortunes, was the last sent^meiUi.tbati!OCCu^if^;bim,-iwid'**.7rir:.%i|t�r hopes, like hia breath, belongjBd4o:kay most Perfomcrs and-MtdicineVwdevs ia the Kingdom. I "Also' 'ilDbsON'S BOTANIC TOOTH POWDER,- for ^aulifying and preserving the Tiefli,''fasleiiiiii^ tlioSfr g!'il'e taWar, ahd'tlirijigittescnrvy in the j;unM,',aiuJ>rinf|i'llit;l; prctreatiiig the Tooth'Acbei.!i! ����� ���rDuer lo be-uselk o�. irm-iryiMr pi^ajO '.. jceof her firt'ehpofi, he? quotes ihi'f.iUowWr:' done loujiiiold'tlie in^jepe^idfeiicc't know 6iy6entiinciilB'u\)o'lrjUe 8^^...... ness on my behalf as if .1 wefe pi^senit.' This mode of aclm'g can alone make "V'furihc'�di&dia�iage'under which I .labour'. ' Belietfe me! dear HotAphreyj;; " MoBl'aflVctienaieiyyWurs HENRY' GimTTAN. -'THE'BAWK8/*-'^4 i'*-"' ��' The Lord Chancellor iias been pleased lo ordei*,'that the' xommission ttfrbau'kruptWagi|ii%t> .Mc'ssrs,' Maunseil aud iReuBiedyv �C'>Ltmei-Lck,� shall ibe sjospeudeij. ;m:l. .'^ f. ^ .VVeihave been,.informed Jha.l niten|tora'i5{Si ayST-l'^v. * . . We undfvstand llmt the Agents,.�'f,tberDahenfiDeV�n'!/i| ishire, tlie Earl ufj^ianppi^ '4vl�) :::Hj4e{;^q. &c. &c. are ��ow^akju.g �lieJoiei^,6f,,ihj? ^rfn,.j}i'jja}',ineiit ,of^yie,j-,y(ils Sof t^^se Nob,lepe,a.^nd,Gesg(f�ngPj, i ^ , .,.,,.,:,,;,,.^^.^ i :-"-.^tpirs �t tb,%,a|rai^?,pfM,WBr?4,.tesJ%jipf, unci! aiimb90i,l.o,a^%d^aiJij,S)^j}liuia^io r,e-! creditjurs, a'a I9 Ihejiwe'resV ot Oie bank' hufsi-iiess. .Tlie �ngttsre(d*W!fWf:(Jft*aW Tl^e,.iasjieetpiF May at the Coon, iquired ,hy the crciv^j The cngtts'eldJ �5et??S**liBAN�. ; TlierjT was torrefy i'�i*y''4tli�K'!cirfctfliit{n^'midiWni=1h Cloumel}�hd the*fi6�pV�l*cejiB!h'd4ilirtt6ij'tlt(ll'!|Kame manner by Florence IH'CtiHIitjy But; havirtg, ViKe VBcho, fairly bad the^last word wfi'lli these giii.ih-hrir rand her work at the moment when it wrtsadyerliSied fol;La fourth edition. This iinta^ohlst has np'pea^cdm tlt^ pe'reb'n ;of William Playfair, aiilbor of Tfie'Po/iHctfl ^t/dJi^Fc/f-^ical Portraits-JJeeline andfidliof 7VatMhs,ice. �cc. ' ; Tliiafbrmldable gentleman has pnblished another 'boot, which he calls "Pruncc as it is, not Lfady "^Torgan's France."' We do not meiin to become 'ilie'iadvo-cales gaiety, Ifjer admirable discrlmiiiation" of cl!aMctei";n>ei-'cp-p'ioUB variety of information j herviyid aftdl^rapbic'_'ddi le-ation of every thing she ^aw  her '.citiidrd; o'|i^u,'and Alidis. guised sincerityiotally ovb'rloeked ;�t''Eadj'Mbylan-by Wr. Playfair maybe Cotlderfatdilild-fJarWffiiiiCes^ Iz.her ^re revived b^ Louis VIIf. the Priest* could not find in tbechapti au effigy to represent the person whose festival Ihey coramemoratrd: Before Mr. Plajfair igain quotw a passage fop the purpose ijt trrilicisitig it, we i�ouid recoan-m the house of Madame Varjcrtntt, where she M met wHIr the first company in Paris^ and she designates hex hjigbstn^' by the title of rou^, or rake, expressijig, as one.wunl.l a|i]{-. pote, as mllc'h disapprobation as a lady might on such a snbjecl, toniistently with a aense i.f what w�a iSae to fcer own cliaracler, and Ibk Hiisband of bet hostess; but this does nut .satisfy Ihe outrageous virtnaof her critic, and �o set aii,.ex4m.i>Ie of decency to lady M.onan, he inters into a detail of the character and offences of the it>.�!6T?'* One," �ay� he, � whose, cri'nie doips not admit pf bein^'''niim>p{>eanaok enlUled Franee, by Lady Morgan!" Nor M Ibis all-�biit beeanm The Quarterly Review had endeavonred-to be witty on fccr person, Mr. Playfair deems it inciiaibent on him 10 do ^o loo. - Lady Morgan ii, not tall, and he asserts tltat she UHd. this anecdote because she wi-hed to keep up the idea " that her important and tnteretting perroh' attracted particofsr notice." Mr. Playfait's jests also, On Lady Morgan'aconnlry, which he facetioQsly calls " her dear little. Erin," are very tiwtij.. His first joke is on her Irish eslates. " She said in Paris that Sir Charles HoVganhad thirty estates in Ireland-Ihirtif. estates! no less? Fabf/i/^'^ men in buckram i^ould sink tv nothing before the Kaiglit of the many estates." Now, Sir Charles Morgan, �� niiilrrstaud^ is. a Welstailian, end *k never heard he possessed, or saidi.^e possesaed^ -an acre oC grnvind in Irelaml. Those who know his willy Lady ca.a Icsiify thai ii is not on sucH distinctions she founds her Qoh. sequence; she won Id never biiasi'of sfach thing* if she did liusscis them, mnch less if she. did not. But We Helievci! Ihe lhi*g Iu be a dull and silly fabricrfliou, and:indeed X'^ Hlayfair himsel^f is compelled lo admit as much, for 'Ihott^' bethinks the joke loo good tu pan's by, he saysbe wilt, not assert that Lady Morgan really did iigfiin3, becomes him.Vlf the great sublime he draws. As further examples of (he .cinr-recliiessof his language, hesuys, "The market people, be^i fore the Rtvoluiiou, werejCloihtd the same as thej areiiow," Lady .'Vlurgan never suid, Ihfry were nuked-" they secmejl, 6�/s of bread, and Ampliylriuiis ,' Wiut j stiange coiibi- ' iLitinii! Certaioly it is strange enooirh ; wi- unghl a� w^lL s|leak of the Hottentot AoiiiliytrioiiS' thai-are seen eaibig-i ifiiib at the Cape of Good Hope, or !hose of ,Kamscliavka�-., iwlio stuff Ibeir gttfsls with whale-hlutib'er, lill they nearly |biir8t." 'Now we would seriously ask Ihis leihrcd Tlieban,' ^is ihis tlis aitillcry uf arauiHtut which he liiinsi rbdeitroy t [Duly Moreaii's iiliBly, or is it part of the ((arbage with, iwhicbbe has filled lii� own? Surely,furely, if isliuoeces:;'. isary to (juole any more of liii" di^^n^^ling, pe..-!ilfnl Irosh, Iu i he will expect ii liiinaelf. His biiok j-, as fir as^:it igijes, a piciui.e of I'France'ai if is" and cfrfainly^ndf iLiily MuFgiih'n/>�nce." ' ffi-fs is a vi*iil picture of (lie � |nd*cet>t; 'stWry.'aUaBt � u�(t>�'ll�iairti{ 'A- fftaid"ra'^Di'S^^ie'fo represent the Vtrgini'''is- ffbt fit'^fo^' a- bobk � tifdt'gejs 3nfo Ibe hands of vouiig ueio{/ie--�ho''lwve'eifhcr'feKgion'*r |virtuti."!''Do*sS"ihi4- "wriwfi btHftv^Hliaf ittia' 'uufouhlMl jcharge was one of the brutal calumnies which has'-been-arefuled and reprobated, Bgaiii'iiiiaf-ajitaw KaiB(eVl'ed-llW(!'aimaFa'1fP# , ould not be found iA'Di!epl|i#/*Ut''t(fe fAaiir*'^f?/w�%i^j'n p corrif intfeproce��oi?^T|j# R^^vBttnfolTd'�Sd^^f�Jta all the itniilemenis of Sojiei�tWhb;"Vli4V �Sen ^^ottsiiijBs 'in'^iiuers qf the jigop^i-; iiis,a d.iv.11 dissertHlioii oi. the ftnauces"' W^lre '^'oVernini-u't.' 'Slie dep'tctt, with exijuisile still, soclt. jiy; llle'rature, aiid th'e fine arts ; hc'dllalrs, wirh dry detail,' foil inj^nuficturcs, couinierce,' ir^d 'ajfi'icultnre. Lady (Vlor. ' jgai'iV " Piaiice" i^a Parisian rfei/l7ife-gay, lively, and (a�-k'ln'afi"?; ill the'cxnbt-raiice ifWr spirits, too' enreltssv.per-^ ^laps, uii scriiiiis subjecr^, but nieauin^ iiutliing wrongj-'' I ^iiouiidiiig wiih yivaciiy,.airf''wir,'delYglit'fiVr a- hear, auu fiovel'y; to look uji'ui, MrfPliyfair's'" /'I'ance;" isa^rptlrfer;' heavy, iiud'vatK''j^Beful,'i>'evK^^^^ ofhitr  |bn4iiiesi aji-eejble. � ' ' " � -...r-jj^ A ;

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