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   British Press (Newspaper) - June 17, 1820, London, Middlesex                                M.  will bevepeat^'^oinini'k pupiilar (r{p�ra, enlilled ' " LA CENBRENtXiLA^ AI'iN llie 0|)�ra| ihe ni ll�t,.coin|>oBed byiMons. , CEPHAliE ET PRQlrR'S. 1 A fft�iid Ma(=qii�rnile,will' lake pthM 'i\ 'lliis'l^iVeaire'on' Thursd^, the Mill intiant.    '     '    _ >�    " KING'S THEATRE. NEXT, JuiiA .92, �    . ^      .......->.......- Hirfiiw, �hiqh ,cxcittJ uniyi*j�iilii,Tpro�i.-a,,a.b PNJgll>yANt;i,.l.y lUiwaM. io� ihe:JBiSN^FIT of S%no'raCOt&I, on whicli.occasii\ii ^}jiajlt. Curii (iifclfi;, toSiifnora Cor^>VHI make berfirel iippearaiice in ihefchi-' ncter of2erlina. '    � End of tbe Optra a GrandC  �    �    ' ,� Wilk tlic far.o(irile^:BaUel of ADOLPHE ET.J�A:1-ILDE. la ibe course of vltJcK     Budua witt play a &ila,on the Havp. Boxei ami Tickrta' Success increaaed MONST-EUll   .rERRICAULT'S   GKRAT PICTOHE (24 feet long, byxl8'�sel.j, repiWOTioK' �JW,.�rviv..i�>,CHE�' of lU,. MEDUSA Freiith.Frigate pii IJ| crytnglltt,Vc8.el Uiae nscSed tUeot frqw tliM^ilrentlfi.il sitiifttioii,  Tliis laagiiifiieul Pic �   LECiTOKES ON TttE EA?. WjL t?(�I?�SE of LECTURES on Ihe ANATOMY, !>H$j?iaiJ) r parHrdlarc'i^ply.to Mr. C.�t his own housr;-K�. S,. Loi|oii. TaiS EVENJN.G.^ S^UllDAV, June 17, Ws Majesf j\itfert^ta will-perform, firsl tinip, i\ new.. Sciioiis Opera, founded upon ScottUli Misiorv, called DAVID RIZZjo. Hrnry D:�rnley, M^r.'HBiiibUni Ea(J Tlnlhvpn, RTr. R�e; Dnvul Rir.xin, Mr. Braham; GeargeD^u^las, Mr. Biirnard. ' Hhiij Qmipiv of Scots, Mrs. W. West; Lady Mary Living-  s-ioii, Mis? Can-w; Jessie Gowans, Miss Ppvey. ' Al'itfi'Hliicli   Ijih time at this Theatre), an Extravaganza, called GIOVANNI IN LONDON. D�ii Gi�ii:inui, niftdaaie Vestris; Leporello, Mr.Knight; IMi. Kliireiitii).' Kinicki-W, Mr. Barnard; Mr.Depuly Enplish, IMr. Millie: I)i niiiMhdry, Mr. Batler. Mrs. Leporello, iVJiss PoTfv; Cftnstaiitia OuixoHe, Miss Cafefc ; Mrs. 2iig-lish. Miss ('iiliiti; ftlm. Diainemdry, Mrs. Hariowe, Till- Roir OiTrccwill be opin from Eletr^li till Five,&Tlork t-f'lacrs 111 l>e iHkcii of Mr, Rodwell, Box Book-ki\t. l.i�UHi; Daphne, Mrs. Slerling, Nysa, Blisa M.Tiee. 'J']i, OcHirs wiH'lie'opened" at Half-paist Six o'Cluck, and J in- j'i;ry i.-f^in at Seven. li.isih T-i.; Sefpnd : Price 3s. 6d.-Pit 3.?. 6d. ; Serand i'rirf 2s.- I."�rr. Gallery 28.; Second Prjce Is.-Upper Un'.liry It--. I.Svcoiid I'lite fid. \ I'l ivji,ie Cox msy Ih- had fo^- the Season, or nighlly, of .M;. ijninilni^a) tbje.Kiix-ofiiCe. Vi, Nfonilay, Mfljcbvlh, wiih HarUquiii and Cinderella. THF. L.ASt SiGHTS, UNTtL NEXT YEAR, OF SfR: MATH EWS AT HOME, AT THE THE.-\TBt-;  HOYAL,   ENGLISH  OPEa.A-HUUSE,. .STftA3,U^ THiS PilE&J'NT iJATURDAY, Jftne 17, Bill be nfrfnd Surveyor, ifo. 42, Pall-mall J-.or to Messrs:, Brace and Se|l>y, Sulici-tor*; Snrrey-atrcet, Strand. � TO f9B VVa^fAWCO^^^'EiS^ INijU.Sfl'OC^^ - ' ;^tlw fdyoariihl�;:,Q:pilitwhi�rt! ..J-,trjtoi,>; be. jtieinidercd :^ � India Stuck,;! AWi�4 the liu!ionr..oC5Y�itir-.ia,^ ^Dirrcliyn of jotirftn^ilirf Aware ihil^h'U c't'-'* favuijr io suQuU th* Itavc lifcu atAvtfljr OS -iniii'l),Ummit^ pSrtn*!'^'-. been hpnuureil with a'Sea rairtideaoe and friemlsliip^ tiaiieriug icstimsnial in .Slmitld I sace�ed-in obtK your appruba'liap, which be ray anxvius endeavo tmstcuntirifd to me,. By citlirge of its itnportahi.di .t�dif��� il plantations are inlersperseil, cou-\iei:tea1^affii;.'fteV >'I>-at o tviflins t-sp^iise. Attached to it is the Advijiiwoii of I he I'arisli, with a good RccUiry Huu^e _ *htl � MMer, which, well as the suirouudiog country, is ">Trell stocked with gam?V To be viewed with TiJ^ets only, wliinli, with fnrlher par-tii-ttlars, may be bad of\Mr. Wakelield, Land Surveyor, Nu. 4-3, Pall-mall. YTON, Stock-Bro^ei-,-be;{s to reiuni hii, most i "gra"^"' thanks to the Pi^blic fur their kind patronage This day is puhllslird, price 2s. The Necessity of a Couformily in Ducirine and Discipline, as Lhe brst refutation which tbe CIttgyof the "*H.fl�' \� Reifcmw"s�. �<�-ioitiini^ibv fiiiied Service-C)lBb^Bitsf,.sii\!i. r. ��Aii;t St^cU of e��^ dificriplion- of.Wtiro..drajfiipr, :4liArKl wAt^ii!)), and will lie (uund iu cheapa� nr,.br; l�itre::'tn -iWuJM^^tte^iibiieto llie'cemaiitlitg; part biP ll �ta�;'�^Cock�piir-s\>eel, whiO> nMnlbe-^li . M:UieA>kii6if{>eek, Saturday, the i�b mi i)Hb^'"drci3M'l imtiA *o�<� of      and 4.4 wjdf Cidw, IJSl^li^'MMi^l in the yantFrebcllf3 4wcd,\j^ctvia�mbjrii: Handkrn..  lay hkfilre'^ts frieiids. Kb w-j9 not witliuui' uinne.v, ..-is h�-IQI. iiaiiuniilnote, TJut fc-l^*! could Bii�i rimuirc fur ^^i nii'.;i.t.y a paper ? Uia h,ticlicrciiii.Id not ; lieiihrr fuuhl bir. iuMilu-i>j-OT pasti-y.rutik. His only resource.w-.** to wriictb lii:* f>it-i�,l-, very iutfenuonajy d^scnbiMg l(> Ibeni his sitnaiioo, I'l-d '>'';^-ging that I hey w'liuld ilrfrr their visit imlil he could prun-.n-e�th*r credit tti change of a lUI.nute '. 1" -rkr-' A SYSTEM OF LANGUAGE-. This day is published, iu one large yolUme lSmo.'price,only 3,1. 6d. bound,. � ,      . GRAMMAR of ilie ENGLISH .LAN-_. GUAGE.-.rBy A, StX)TT. . This is the Precursor uf- , H.v way uf Epiltig;ue," The Birth, Pattota^e, Chrislfetiirig,! jyiarHaijefi, Slid other family Miifortuues of Mn Brulgrud-tWy,'' n-HI be sung by Mi-, 'ohrstotie.  - And (not acted this Season)-*, favdnrite MUSl i:)� Bliss..Stephens, .Mr. Jones, and J!r. Lishin will perform. " ' ,    " Tickets and Places lb he 'Wad of hfr. Johiifetone,' 5, Tavis, 'nck-iow, Covtiil-gavdeii: audof Mi", ferandon.al the Bo�-"S�Hre. . ,   *        I �    i � . . .    '�   ' in Ihe present Lottery, and tij'acquaint Ibeni, thai llie l-ist and only Ditjf (if IjrawWg wilLbe FRIDAY NEXT, ibe 23d .luaianl, when Sixty-twoC.spit^ Prizes, including FOUR of3i>,W0l mutt be draum. ^ Someof EYTON'Sfrienda-, whohiiv.erelui-ued their Tickets and Shares, might perhaps, not be awi.fe that the Wheel wns so ril-h; or lh4t.^t>sy would have a CJiaure for the Four Grand I'rizes of-30,000J.; EYTON has> (beiefure, retained Ibe Shares so'returned, to give his Jfien^s ibe oppurluiiily of re-pui-cUisiiPit: them ; and, as the dethaiid is unprece. deuttdly great, luviies t]bem to be early in their upplicaliun,, feiirful -uf any .disappointment.j~ n i 2, Con.s-iULi,, X A remarkable cfaumstance: EYTON sold No. 13,74T-loMr. W. a Genileniiin Wll known on 'Cbangt;, who, not liking the Number, iTtur-ned it; when it was piircbased by a Lsdv, and the nextiweek-the.Ticket was drawn.% Prize of 10,000/. .      .. ^  - . \ A LL FOUC '..v.. of ..., .�30,000,    \      ' 58-OTilER CAPITALS, f:c. MUST BE DRAU^. NEXT FRIDAY LOlhTERV FINISHES. CARiiOLL, the iJoiitrat^lor, be^s to impiVsK upoi)'tbe,'Puhlir. that Ibe aauals.Qf Lstterie* do uot, funiish sueh.iinoiiier ipslance as ib�siirese>u  . -,   , MAGNIFICENT WHEEL. 4.....Prizes of.....-.�30,000 ' ' 4.....\ �t,000 � � 4........... �5n0 �4........................�400 10...........................�303 3g.........................�.200 .| , i^f:. &(;, iVIpney and Cousols, and ..^LV!.I>fi0^iE,,pjiV, NEXT FRIDAY. Uniiown Tickets and .sinres are selling at CARROLL'S Office*, 1!^, Corubill, and 26, Oxford.streel, London, and at all bis Agei'ts''!> l''�,Cou 00   7,003....... �5,000 -Jw       i^,. -st.ooo a,|22fl I   2,000 1,34s .i,v,^.,.; 'i^fioo      , >c. &c. . ^UflBEV THBATRfi; l^^'u .^^^ETs'^lNGC^SAf^^^^ June :17, V pr^entcd (fijr the sirflh time), an entirely -ri-^ t'a|r^(,,^,, Melo-Drainatifc Romance, preceded by a -''.fcruiie Introductiosy arid founded �u one, of ihepo-'-"C Talesof my Landlord, called    , OLP lilORT4Ln.V; OR, BURtEY.ANP MORTbN.   . "'�ill New !\}u,ic, Scenery, Machinery, and fimbellisliinetils. *)!,) W,or(aJi�y, JWr. Wyall; JedediaH Cleishbothatii, Mr, .S'.-^ilh ; Cofonel Grehanie, Mr. Clifford; Major Betlenden; ^*^'4tkins^n'. Major,Allan., Mr. Walker; Captain Mf*! Mr. ^ I-; BelTcndrn.'kissfaylQi'. '^i� ,l.,iiJ Af 1 ^U.n:drame, the poptrtk^^^ ! .am.   Lltly^Jf^girei- BplieuL.,- Mr?. PiW.n;  Ed.ttt .Iter -^^^^^rim^-mfmi^ O, BOYS, GIRLS. Bumper; MriA^cock; Bn^^^'�^g^Ji..5^^ Susap, Mis* Copelwd i vM*fft F;N1^H OF THE LOTTERY. S,000 ficKcis Hf.re Vrawn the First Day. 2,500 Ticket/^ wra UruTcn tke Scroiio Day. 500 7'ielieis wereBraHn the Third Da;/. 12,000 Ticktti rm parl.Of tbeSdienie, Bshebiks sold and skarrd as cuany^ aJl9(>0i Prizes aa-a.tl the other Oi^-keepera roq>binedt and l}is..p,re the only OlFices that ever sold in one Lollerjr nirl'liffee Prizes of �O,�0jBJ. �WarnrfiW Wlidrtiwn TicCeis Ai�d JSIiarr^ art a^lKnfrby BlSHt SM�h-'brnk,'Jfj^e,FEDERALIST"; or-, Tfie.N;ew Coiwlitution.   By Mr, Humillbii, Rlr. Jay.and Mr. Madison.   A New Edition, w'iih portraits of the se'Vi-Val W'rilers.   Pi-ice 21b. rThe AMERICAN COAST PILOT. By E. M. Blunt. ,.Prle�3 Tl.e AIRS'6F PAL6ST1NE: a Poem.-By J. Pier-poitt;'E*qi ''Whird''�dit*iit.!:;Pr)t  2s.Hd. lliThe LIFE6f ROBERT KtJLI'ON ; comprisingvalso an. AceovBtoftbe 'IjiivfMtiuu, Progress, and �stil>)iali>*>etit of Jf.ean�.Bflats, ii.od. .of ihe^ T>>'ky�?oi,.   By C- .B Gulden. Mr. Wyalt; William, liam ; Charles, Mr. Payne, MissS. Pitt; Mancy, Mi� Jonas., 4heSca. ' the VordUg t� rte' 4dveriisemeAts M ipf^red that they -were �>. be iiad-anlir �r part ieu lar OtSees' j bitt ��M:h has uot iiecn tbe-caia; fur �ISH*S Customers i��y rest, asaored MAOfiJlEKTIi! �JT l�''^^4�;il'ftf�J('ere i's n fruly dep'li>r>hle situation, iu cunic qheilce^f the failolirfflhi banks.   Heretofore ihe Ddbliii ,biiik8.were.tji]nndereii-.iinfiregnabh!, and nolwilhstandiji^all ith^Vuifo.and dismay in .tfle cqapiry, Uirre was >iu ruu upuu any u.f them.  Tbipg^, however,, are jcbaugrd. 'Alexander's bauJi .closed 'llijs inurtiing-or, "moce properly speifking, did usi.upen| and we'can iVuw^''t{&riirtniialely, form some judgment; from experience,: of-the cohfnsioii' mnl alarui which Kavelieeu wflnesseil in t&e..itiost agHated-psrt ofibe South. ^Tbia^ailure^it ,is thuughtVwU) du-ntOre ibjury iffan all Ibe , ^'JW^iPfftjOgether. tt.beBulifiU#r which%3 An-tboris ind�t)sa to his Hen*and feltoiiriti-aVfeij^rj Mr. R. C, teuclereH. To^ interrnpt Ibe lfarra(iTe*)i litlle-a* pdssihie, thejClasilbil, Topot;  and (;,atalt Hcniai^, will be siibjuiuisd iu Noteslo.,-t^lWB^P(e|;.p^Vutuij^^,        l, , Att Appendix-illte fi^P; mt�a>^fm6liU^^ti6u0. }i\taa thelites uf D()daoa wd {lelj>hi� fruinTlh^neii; ihat!-emineitt Scholar, Or. Butler^ Hit�a Maittt .U,e'sStet�i.^ tniiy School. ftipted fur *; M�!l�maB, .39>. t:(i(Spi'le.i!r��fi^ IWajdj'.' '�-3 _!St/oy iti' No pile lyas cdiirage now lokr^ auy private Banfer^s a^le. The characH^f Jif'Laloiicbe's bank is well Ifnown, - I had just npw one of its'iio(ra, .nud.wrnt to g, t itchkngiKl.. 'This wasuboul an bottr apd a half alter Alex. Buder';'/Hfhiiriie(l Lord, on the Waols-ack : Whether it wkm (-oiiii'm-pluted lh-.it persons who had been lonj^ iiniiriiwitii I'lir roiileiiipt of Court were to be reh'eved Uy tliu. Bill ? The Loud CiiANCEii-ba observed, there wi\f dirt'treiit kinds of CMtileuipi of Court;-some roii-sijled ill coutuiiiacj", in petrous refusiiip; in put '\a their an.swers - Dtlieis for tiit noii-paj'tneiit ;.f' yny  ment of money, which miglit be coiuiderpd lii^ same ii� an iinpri-sniiisient uiiiler an execiriinn isMml by a Court of Law, and it might be highly proper that Ihey shijiild be eiititltfd to the saiue relief as liersonacoiifiiieil under execufiuii. As tn the firsc cUfs, He wonld put u CH>t? in ihe Noble Earl: suppose, lie [iU tate w/iich he Imd tio rijjht to, woiiliT llie IVirbie Eail ijay lie ouj^hf m be disl;harged ont of (�iinfijieujeol before he had deli-vefed wp tile en,itfc .- He could assure lite. Noble Eatl that Ihe Cniirl of Chaiifery ws;?, at uli Itinps, ready to d.scinir^e person^ f.-tc coutenij>l of Cnnrt when they were willing ;o ^\vtf up'n Ii.it fiid hut belong to thena, and what ihey hud tiiiju^My held. The Bill wus then read a lirat lime, and ordi-rnl to be printed. The Earl of LlVBUPObli mse, he st'nl, fnr the pprpsse of movii>j{, lliat the Order of their Lordships, appoihring tlie first nieeliiig lor to-monow of the Secret Cominiltee to iii,quire and report iiiv ilie papers pre.sented to tiftir Lordships liy tiji; iVe.,.;,^^ of his Majesty, should be discharged; for tli-/ | >, -pose of tnov'int^ that they should tnett lor the li-t lime on Tiledibiy next. The Marquis of LaNSDOWN snid, thvr,^ new-was BO instance l)efoie lllis, when a C,iHir.wKi;e been appointed by li thte of ilieir LmiUi'ip-', en :i g, where llie .m-i--.-a� this had been for the last ten dtiy.s, and iiolhinfj but ihe ci-yent reasoi-'.i from the singular >iiuatioi) of the liit;li p^irfus involved io the inquiry, wouJd prevent him fruiii i,p-poVing the postponement; bet situated v3 iht'v-were, and when he considered tht; very delicate na-tt'.re of the sijbjecl, he i��9 so Fai: from oppnsinj; liit-.pDstppneraent, that lie would enli-eut thai it might; be agreed to by their LonUhips. Tlie Eai-1 of DAftNL^Y observed, he had heunl 'a great deal about the dignity of tliat House. Up would caution their Lordships notXto come to siicl> a hasty vole at iinbtiier lime asAhey had nn this queslioiii and to be afiirwaids (iblij;ed. In waii^e it. Was there one of their Lordships thatjieard hint, who did not believe that the Secrr^ .-Coinniittetr. would have sat at the lime fiwt.ajjpointeil, if-hi* iVlajesly'a Ministers llioiight that, :lie Hoii.se oT Coinuions wouNI Ij-jve. .coaie to a siiijilar vote ? ami they were plnced Ly their sudtlen ypi^e in the hunii-lialiiig siluatinii of being guided by the uunducc of the other House of, Pa|:|iatDtiit. ,,. . The Earl of LlVEllpoor, said, that it hadjoot been his intention to have said.a single wi)rd;On tfii.* delicHte subject, und all -tie would o-ow say was tifc repeat what he had said ou n former night, that certatii negociatioiis and exp.lanaijonii wt-re. ^,-iii�j^  ' forwarti, nl.'ich, in the opiiiinu (vf so:ine  NBble Lord*, would rtiake t'ne iitlerfeieiice oV (heir Lp.d-sliips puneceas^uy.   He hai^ cidy l-o -,ijd, limtliie-ii�.j{C<--!alions und explanaiions were ,sUU - gointr; (,r,, and if tllejr Lordships tboughl a .pOjtpisineoient Bf the meeting uf tiiE CoinmiirtJe prober oujiWj^p'aji, it was niit t'ta hsui-Ii for \w.Xk \o expectythat-lhey wiiuld be of tlie Baine opihioii fo.r.a fujlber post-, poiiement now. <        ' The Earl  uas, that. itleir.-LordihipK were (breed to ttich a hasty i-in:cly*ioDi. before vt conviction tjtit the other. tiou^ieJ uf i?iii^ameiit would com* to a sivuilar vote. 'I"he order for ilie. Committee rneelinj*-to-morrow was discliarged, und.. ibeir. t'ni^iiii^ uit Tjie^day ordered. THE ROYAL. MAitRIAGE A(JTi Lord HoLL.vNIJ said, h<; always.ui.uleratJlQd'V the Biiqueslionabte ri);ht.at'[.;^. i'eer, b|^ai)jt(Jl.oii!ie-ip present a Bill wiiliouj;.givitjJf.iio�ifc ;^.ie, oiie-it   i'l7 ance io the Stute�. and;-:^ that: auy-laiy^.'p)8C�s ^ w'tiJip'tit Ihe coimeut of tlie.ruliutEMoiiHKdf,, titere by the A.<.-t decUreil, iUegalt.aii i�<^''.l,^ Me�s:isje received from the Kii ins had  been postpone!)   

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