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   British Press (Newspaper) - June 19, 1820, London, Middlesex                                NtiBt^nn 5471. 19, lJi26: M^. ELUSTOK'S JflGHT. TH E OPEiiA DANCERS �N 1H IS OCCAjHON    | ' �    �     ONLV.   : � I THBATREftdVALt DlttJRYMNE. ^ THIS EVENING, MONDAY. JAin* ig, bV Arsjesi^V- Scrranli wilF perform llie CbmeriyoF �VB�V ONE HAS rilS FAULT* LoiH NeiiaiiJi Mn KoDte; C�pliiw IVaiii, IVHr. Rae' Sir Robert RawihM, Mr. Elli>titI>��>�*"'' � witli ex(ra6rdi'tmry' ajtlendour, and ornaiiiented ,wUb ' n%Me-rous Emblems aqil;j[>evic^^{^i|riatt;lu. the oceaatao'. Afc Ibe end of (he nrfi,Ac^^'lila!|,U(i|>�rtmd Mademoiselle S� acer it>.'bySijthor"a'lleuij|er. � Admiiaiun 3a. 6d.^p|^ar�.open at Seven, the Concert to, begin at Cigbt.u'Clocb. fmii 'focKtufff, Sfigi^at, ;-.SUoV�i�,.: .PicTsaxea, Mate hl'!?"';!'''"'''^"''"'* Bnisb-linoiti., Axe�, Cbis�el..,Httiij. ,PI�Hei.,' i'.,,i,, iri,,,, i;ea hich two horses piniige iuto the waves, arid a com-bji takes place between the riders on horst-back in the v^iicr. Jo wliicli will be ad.led, the Comic Pantomime, called THE YELLOW DWARF; Or, HARLEQUIN KING OF THE GOLDEN MINES. In ilip course of the Evening CuinicSunga by Mr. Dulibs, Mr.-SifliUing, aii.t Mr. Grinnldi. I'Istes f,r ,|ie Boxes may be taken of Mr. SInck. at the Biix-omce of the ThealrP, every day from Ten till Four o'clock.   Place* kept t,11 Siven. Uoors open ni H.ilf.past Five. Performance to coo�nwoee at Half.past Six. . ____j'^'^^       Pit g�.-Gallery la.__ WATERI.GO-HOUSE, COCKSPURSTREEf. TALLING, PEARCE, aixl STONE. Iisve the hoiVo'jr rtspecifully to announce to Ihfir'n�tBe.  rnusfriemis, the Nol.ilitv, Gentry, obd Pablic in Reneral, thut they liave OPENEO'ihrir SHOP in Reje��-�;rett. a ablV det-'uled bitri;aiui, vii-; ^evrral boxes-o,'7.8 and' l^ �n4;l�fttiuy,jnore Shawl* thau ihrv winii'toYaiata, are reapectfally informol, ihey may exchsu'ite theth for ilie' fioeslsiiectmeoioCBritishCashmerpand other Sliawla, fa. shionabitt Artictea fur Mnroiaga(l*,Efr�Bi,lB,-Dress, tiaiee. LiiKH*^ �nd Ftmeii ^"--1-----" o-t.-.l T. i. Linens, &c. India AiijeiiguiiJ tbe> VI �rou�hl, OrfeMeMitd liVap^rtea.bi-w penciiieif rtoiil*^^ lins,&c pecUiarrto 1^ Hoqse, .DraJrWamt biltiM^nHRn Fiirhilii^i', aSi. Of rtcei*e their full vitu'e, by �iini�io� at �MLLAtt[KaWJUIe.ale and Retail East .India ami Fofl^ja! Brillsli Wareioiiae, No. 16, Cbeapside. Ladieji liavinKcum-miss'iond fVoni abroad, can select 'the first descriiri ion-of Family Liiieiu at fixed prices; aiid ibnse nrliclea iakil�d.. Tlie! Vublic ; are llirrefbrvrcspeclfully informed tiiqt those w{io ilitend to: hrceine Caildidatet fttrthebeneftlsofapaiioominnaty ritb; - JVtiitel, ahoilirs8a'}.�Uei^^Wibj^Wd to mieli Propo-, firl�i^,o^d.by-t)io}Pertoq^�Ckitfl;W�.Pr��j^ CiiOto'WitiiVd �Iiti ike Party ttndertog In^^ ihe.Suin expressed .tff^tteT!jiiateu|4�t*� ijfeWe Pfeifiiti^fce �rthi!Contract. O' AGAIN !!-J. �tilt J. SIVEWRIGffT with pleasure refer their Friends and the Piiblic to thegreat Surneiis that attends their Offices, having Sold' Air tlie HIGHEST PRIZES on each of the Three Jjist, feiij,; EVERY DAY of DRAWING the PRESENT LOTTERY, vii.- No. 9.814.................. �20,000 12,3:3.................. �lQfiilO 13.756.................... jgoOO Also many of 200J. &c. &c. The LAST DAY of di-aWiug ibe present Lottery I'i ill be on FRIDAY NEXT, 23d JUNE, when thev imst die sailie Stu-cesi will allerid them for ALL the TOUR Prizes of 3l�,00()/.! and RFTY-EIGHT oiher (iAPlTALS, WHICH MUsT THEN BE DRAWN. Tickets and Shares fur which are Selling a1 their OW Offices, tow0cNi M0N OAY^^l � �,ii!,vii .1 iri,.., i>ir. t> ..til^ri'inIM .f' �-'��^ ^. . ^' . CnA�iBEps,3lHSE,I7,,18ao, i|j trcfl Pftsim's Us afeaeftrau^'of- Conlractvi!! >^ wifh the Agent fi/r CfiHtmlmTiat Siippllet, to furpislu L ct�� IHngea, ^lis, Tit>.�^f,i Pewter. Articles, Coojier'f-ware, Hlieerand Haii(i'.bnrruj�f|, Chairs,. Brooms^ litatVer, Curry CiVm6�;-it:. Siiii�*�i;;;&c;'SrieaiV^^^^^ SjockinCrr ~    �      ~    - -     ,       EAST qHpiA, Hoij.SB,. Jvxp. H,.1820. F. COURT'�^mmmms'Sf He UNITEc COMPAI!l!V:�f MEReHAIIiTS of ENG- LAND, trading, to. the EAST INDl�^, do tiereby gite jVo�^e, Thai the COMrflTTEfe 'of' BUYIKG and WAREHOUSES will ready, tu /rceire PrupoWts- in WriliiiL' 'iid which he pledges .himself lusell fnrtlie vrry sinall I'lofif of �Tb/fs-peure |.er Yard. A sVperb culleclion of, new and tlea^nt G:iur.es, Durapes; tirOa do^aple'sV^'a'ffaiys, Fti.wered Tabbys-, &e. Also, gniid clieckeil and siriped S^irsnrts, 23. 9d. per yard; llieyKs) flalian Gauzes, 3s.6d. per yard; and as A. S. sella eillirely.for itendy Mtiiicy, all the above Fiishionable Silks are eold eqnnlly cheap.-No Patterns rpl. Bedford House, No. 11, Henrietta-   ,      , street,' Co'vent-Garde'ii. .   N.B.-An iiiiin^niiewtock of the trinstsnpeib India Imitation Scarf* and Shawls,'from Twu'tu To^�"'y <^uiueas each.        � I     , SOUTH AMERICA. , .Next week will be published^ ii) OAe l*rg� volume 8vo. on the finest wriiioi; Paper, with numerous Views, Portraits, and a M^p, price,|4s. 'the most rmpiicitcarnfiiJence in the credit and. luliteucy uf th&CliarlevillB Bank. ' THE-NEW THEATRE. '    ; This work pt-oce r^)f thn.se rrslured toourslago we have Afessrs. Phillip?. Farr.cu, Fullain, Williams, Juba-Sony Yonn^rj Yates, &c. fkom SATUIWaY NiariT'S GAZETtE. Il-pay ex- By CJlbBel.'RJA-FTEtt; ,I^iptedfor.J.,J.fto 8r�S*Cr**E of atESS.^front its Elemenls  , 58 OTHER CAPITALS, Ik. MUST BE DRAWN. NEXT FRIDAY LO'n'ERY FINISHES. AZARD anil CO. Coiilraptiirs, li.if to im- __press upon Ibe Public, that the aiioals'of Lotteries do not furnish'siieh another iuatauce-as'the pre'seiit MAGNIFICENT  WHEEL. 4 ........ Prizes of........�30.000 4.......................     1,000 4...........................       500 -4..................       400 10....................     .30(1 36...........................       200 '      &c. &c. Money and C  recent L 2.313, a,Prize of 10,080{. Consols,'besides NINE OTH;ER CAPITALS. � impoTl^ricai, �tMllMlt'tvjt-'.T r-. . . mask of all eii!e�ri>rSl�of6muilily,jcbenp,v Counterpanes �u� "iiseilles Quilts of all sizcB.j Italianftiid Guuojwtrr Ndt^^'ftef Kro FINIS;4 OF THE LOTTERY, . 9,0rt0 TtiHiiU wart Vraion thi Eirit Vap. ,.-2,600 7'icAelt leera Uramh the Sefbnd Dag^ .     , 600 Tichelivete Orauin IheThird'Day. ./12,tl00 Ticketi.remaia. tb be Draion next Day^ TlAe*�o�iW r� (he Wb�*l muit'lw Drairu ; ai'rai.si"ai.o, tbe Pout Stock Pri��lDf30,0Q0/.tli�,rortjrVrau� olfcer Stgik CapitaTs, Bild thePoiirlcen MoirfyCiipilals, .BISH'S Offices are rcmarkibU forluniite  when S^fiWI'. Priced fdiiit )>Ari uf the Sih'eiiie, aldlicha^ siiia arid ahare^aaniaiiy d30i�)0/;Prlzea Kail fhinilon; nnd ^Author of "Remarks on the'best Mclbo.j'oi'' Barrjiig Dower," " A Further Assistapl to tbe Practice uf Conveyancing," lie. , " Ite verbis iicripto ronsens'u tradtlinne Juiictura testes auinere jwcta sole'nt." Bbacictos, Loridoii; Priiited fnrlbe Aiilhbr; sold by Sherwood and Co. anil all Buoksellera: ' ,0f wlioin may be h^d,by t^ie same Aothor, A rURTHER ASSlSTANT-rO THE PrtACriCE OF CONVEYANCING; coultainirti* Orlgiiiil Pructiral Remarks on Conveyances, &c. Proprr Direclioiu' for Drawing each Species, and Incidental Animadversions on Air. Wat-kiiis's " Principles of Conveyancing.;" with Precedent!) of sorb'DfViIi and liist'ruinenis as do. iiot appear iu the Law Books bitheKolpublialied. Price5!>. 8ew(�. And also, hy the B^mc. Author, REMARKS ON THE BEST MErHOD OF BARRING DOWER AND CURTE-SY-; with aii Appendix of Siject Prrredi'iiis of.Liqiilatiuns, lu Prevent Dower, &c.- Third Ediliuii, prire 2s. 6d. Consiamljr kept on Sale, fur llieircrommudatinu nf (lie Pub-Ijc,-by Alessrs. Barclay ^iid Son, t;|eel-mai.kei ^ Messrs. Buller and Soli, Clirap'sidi/;'\Tessrs. Bacim aiid Co 150, Osford-streel; Mr. Ward, rialbarn; and Mr. Sirndling, "oval Exrhang^,. , i;; iOCTUIl'St)l.O.\iON"S CELEBRATED ' ABSTERGE;NT I'OTIDN, an'effectual Cure fbr ERUPTION--^ uh.Jhe FACE and SKIN.^iartirnlarly Pimples, Blotelirs.ljetters. Riu^.wurmB,':r�ii,.S(inburiis, Freckles, Sliiugles, Prltkly Heat, Refifness dfihW Nose, Neclf, A rms, &c. and for Scorbutic and Cnitfoepns Ernpliiins,'heing the most valuable-acqnivitHlit.andapp'endiige't'u Ihe Inilel ever .ofTuinlJo the Nobility s�|id Q^lry in. the United Kingdom. Also, itii'ise liVgiily'eiiisin^^^^^li^iieB the CORDIAL BALM of GILEAD,il'ooNervon> and Consumptiye'tMsiVr-dprs, ami the ANTl-'IMI^VIGfNES, or SOliJMtVN?3 DRQPj!, fur Ketiibn.riiiutuiI'Otber' disunlrrs'oritrinaline'fnafn a .viliatrd stale qf llits lif�!nVi�nii'lywph.-Pri'eeHi. ptr^ boltbyor fuor in'oiiv' family;,l�p�.lfe.j;or,33il. .wjt^ Ibe words' � SiinhSol'iimoii,'Livwpb^^ "�      DUBillS, aUNE 14. THE.BANks. It affords n� pkriiealar pSeiiiiirt (a he ibie to state; froln -,H>ldoubledwiiborilyyt1(atllietcoii6deJi�e of Ihe public has been restored.  The, liiwintsiB lloiie �tour pnvkle Banks yes. l.erdsy  baa V, rt=�''-:**H?f� ^We. now trust' no fiirlher |i)6Hi^^enifeiij^e;wil(',.{gr^se ^fom Whilduai, Jme \i,WiO. The King lia^ l^cejji pleaded,,ip appoint George Earl of Galloway lb hie Lieutenant and SlfM. In'be Corm-t, vice iinerv, who �ex$baiti|^i��> daled/p^on'balf.pay 5lb Garri^uii Battalion-dated � as ^bove. . 4(iih ,ditto-;-Ensign John Coulhpurn Drew, ,fr*m balf-78111 Fool, to fee Ensign, vice Thpiiias Tail, who changes, rect'iviog tbe difference-dated as above.   55lh ditto-'Lirutrnnnt Williaiii' iM'Duuatd Mackay to be Ailjutani, virt Nicholson, who resigns the Adjutantcy only-dated as above. � � 7-Jil ditto-Cornet.J\'illiam H. Enery, from the 2il Dragoon fr:iard�, to be Ensign,'vice Sfcwart, who exchanges-dated as above. 82> i(li^ely;r^fK^ft^fwrt' \ i ;JiCliAiu4iviccil Si��.^A"Bi(MlB^tflii'liird in'CtiarlifviHe ^ on Ihe tub iuil. wfirn a'CtliDffiiMee �BB^.^nnniii|(d[t Iv'carry i im iffcsi a ittinitf iU'iyttltioiui tlica adwi^lj t*fp:n\H ^fa^iu^hinii entertain^ ip; rouiir<)'iteii![V4|V^^^^ lat'eDcinirreDce''. Commiisiom rtgned by Ihe Lord Liculenanl of the County ; of Kent. ) West Kent Regirnent of Yeomanry Cavalry.-Addington Troup. ' Edwin Sincey, Gent, lo be Cui'iiet, vice Style, deceased- , dated JupeO, 1820   " o/* .^lunmnutli.      .' ChrpstowTroup uf Yeomanry. George Buckle, Jg^q. to be Captain, vice Lewis,' resigned- �   dsloi May 29, 18-20, Nathaiuel Wells, Gent, to be Lieutenant, vice Buckle, pro- ipole^-j^^led a� a{)4ve.      , _ ' John Baldwyn,'Gent, to be Cornet, vice Camplin, resigned i: -dated asubove. , , '.      ,   JUonqioulhshireTroop of Yeomanry. John Shaw, Gent, to be Coriiel, vice Jones, resigned-dated     May'4, 1820. Cpminia^ioiiiin^tko Pripce Regent's 2d Regiment, of Yeo-ibanry Cavalry,^rjjjBet*. by the Lord Lieutenant of the Coithfy of Cb'eslei^.' . Cprqi;! J.ohu./Thomas Brabant to be Lieutenant, vice Tom- kifison^.i^siene.d-dat^d Jqne.S, ISSi). 'lobitToraer, Gen't.'to be'cbraet', vice Brabaiit, promoted- dated. BIB ajiove.     . ^"f�!fJ p^rrJBoji,. .(Sent, to b�,Cifrjiet--ila.ted,aB above. Coiam7ai6n$.in tAe^Sla/Turdsbire 'teoinanry Cavalry, signed bf ihi yiee^Utultkani ijf the Vmnis qf Stafford. .Lieuiri|i)iil(^barleaj^m)|Bndjolie Captain, vice Cruso, re-' Biltnul-dare4j,ine'12, 1820., Cbriiet Jphn, Hand to he Lieuteaaoti vice Conpland-dated ..   ..fanbpre,. .   ..� FraiijiB Crufo, Geot, lo be Curnet, vice Hand-dated as ^ � 'tthigive.'    � �    �       �    ' �   - [C^n^UilfiHi ligtud b^lke ior4 Lieutenant of'the County o/^Oimw^lL Riijal CdroWaUMililiB. ,    , . mm Wild,  nt. In be-Surgcoii-^daled Jaiiiiar) 4, 13-;,^ 2d Cornwall Yruihanry Cni'slry. Edward William Wynne Pendarvea, "Esjj. In be Lle>iirn.-);il- Colonel Commandant--daleil Decrnilirr 20, lSi4). Henry Pryopi Andrew, Eiiq, lo.be Majrtr, dated    nhdiN-,-  To !� Capiain8-.T-vy.yiiam.Rogfr�, WiliMm Davey,-jim.-uml George Dennis John,-�.  et.�treet. ' ,  .    . . lienij- Langhorn and Willi.im Brailsforj^ol' Boc!ii�i.�')ii'\, London, merchanis, lo sorrrnder, June 30, 27, and Ju.'j iv, at (en,at Gnildliall. Altornrys, .MpssiS." Lane ana ntiiti. L-iwrriicc Pounimy-placi-, London. , Charles Morris King,of Upper E;i�t Smilhfiel.l, Mi(! , wiiie.m�rc|iant, to sorrtndfr, June -24, July l,aiid 2i>, :il In . at Guildhall, Lomlnn. Alluruey, Mr. Younger, Julm-shiei, Cnitcheil-rriars, l.uiiHon. l-liUar.l Baker, uf Popi-'B-4iead.alley, CornlnU, Loiwlf: . I>r(il;i-r, IU siii-i-ruilir, Juue 27, Jnly 1, au'l 2P, iit ti-.i, : l (iiiililiiaM, London. Attorney, .M:-. Tt nipler, Jyliii-'..ln e:, .Mii'oncs. Richard Rnncorn, uf Manchistrr, plnmbrr, lo sui-fpodri, July 1, 3, and 29, al Ihres, -.\l the ,*tai' hm, Dcaif-^il-. .Manchester.   .Altgrney,   Mr. J.im>9  T-aylur, St.  Anni'... , square, Manriit-stcr  '   .      � John Uarllry Hilclioii, Inie of Kiddrrniio'tpr, U'oreestrr, ^ factor, to surrrn.It r, June 28,, 20, and July 29, al ekvi.-o, ac the Flitch of Banin Ino, )i\"bieImoi-.l�-idse, SlafJu.-J.   Alio.. neys, Mr. Scuilaiiior"-, K'us's Bench-wslk, Trni|ik', LoudoB ; and, .^fr. Simpson, Lilrhficid. Richard Watsmi, of Leylnnd, Liiicasli-r, fjinirr, lo-sv.r.-render, Jnly 8, al five, 10, at eleven, and 2y,.al tour, at ih,. While Horse Inn, Prceion, Lauraslir. AtluriK-js, .'Uliii ^. Wiiislaiiliy and Callemll, I'rettou ; and Mc-ssia. .Milne anj Paiiy,Tiinple, London. . Jaincs iMar.>, 0''.'-ioow'a-fielJ*, Saint Mary M--�gdaJen, Be.--mondsey, Surrey, Spanish lealherrtn .uofacluier, lo surrender, June 24, July 1, and 29, atone, >>i Guildhall, Lo!iduii. Alloriiry, Mi. TadliouK-r, Uoiuo-row, f�' uth-wark, Surrny, eutrarers, nl elt^ven, At Goildli'alt. Luuuuii. July 10. T. Gili>bons, J. Gibbons, and B. Cibhuiis ^un. of Wolvethamptoov Slafi'oril, hankers, al iltveii, al 'irejtr-ninghani AtmTi lun, Shiffual. Jnly 1. T. Horushy, of Cornbill, London, stock-broker, at twelvi-, at Gnildbuli. Jnly 8. J. Marshall, of King's Hrad-ronrt, Newaate sireet, London, whoiesalelinen-draptr, al eleven, at Guiliiball. July 3. A. Read, uf lj�s�er Grosvcm^r-streel, Uauoier-'sqiiare, tliddlesrx,   wiue-merchaBl,   at eleven,  at   Guildhall, London. CERTIFICATES.-JuiTT 8, S. Smith, of Brnntcliife.ThurJte,..Vui:k, cli>ibirr.-J. Hard-man, uf Manchester, ware,hons ercliant.-J. Thomson, of Mancbetier, bookseller.-W. Hough,'ui' .Man-cheater, boat-builder.-W; Pulleyo, bf Leadeuball-slreet, London, g,oldsiuith.-iW. Fletcher,uf-Wulverbamplun.Staf-foril, irunmuuger.-W. Blirloa,of Oxford-street, Middlesex, upbulsiercr, �  ' i . PARTNERSHIPS DJSSOLYEp. Edward John Joyce Bud Richard Graui, uf Water-laiv, Tower-street, Loodo'n, ',ilgUleriBen,~ June 3,. IRO.-George Cook ajnl Tbomaa Hean'v.aifrTb/i'ia.ef'^strciHi;, Luifdon, and Bear Garden.s, B*nksiae,So�tl^w^rk, bnijltets, June 1, 18-20. -William Bond, aeb. aud iamea %nd, uf Ibe Luudoii. road, Surrey, grocers, Jttiw ISJO.-f-Jameij Sodeii ami Wra.Cole,of Hiaekl^, LrtlMiji'ri.atio.rneys, June 12, 1820. -Matihi^ Woii aats, its far as regards iJohn A..Wig�i�, 8nK�Bber*lyn8*�..u.Heiiry B. Peach and Samuel HaiieiM-li,�r JiHhtfllHel, Bruatnick tqiiare, Middl*.   

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