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   British Press (Newspaper) - June 24, 1820, London, Middlesex                                Number 5476. LONDON, SATURD^^ JViVE 24. J^O- Price 7d. T KtKcrs THB4THB: MIS EVENING, SATURDAY, June 24, will be performed, Kossini'a grand teriuu'a Upera vr TANCRfeDT. Enfi of �he first Act, a New Dlvertiscihent. After the Opera, ,   � I.E MERCHAND D'ESCLAVES._ TtiBATRE-nOYAh, DRURY-LANM. THIS'-EVENING, SATURDAY. June 24, (lis Maje^ly'f Seriranla nill perform, 5tli limp, a new Serious Opera, roniukd iSpou Scottish History, called DAyjp RIZZIO. Henry Daruley, Mr. HamhUii; Earl Rutbveii, Mr. Rae; D4�id Rizalo, Mr. Braliaih; "Georse Doutrlan, Mr. Barnard. Mary Quern of Scots, Shs.W. West; Lady Mary Living-�lon", Nisa Carew; Jessie Gowans, Miss I'ovey. After whicTi (I9lh time at this Theatre)^ an Extravaganza, called   GIOVANNI JN LONDON. pon Giovanni, Madaaie Veslris; LeporeHo,^Mr. Knight; Mr. Floreaiine Finickiu, Mr. Barnard; Mr. Deptily Engltsh, Mi:.Galli.f; Draiuemdry, Mr. Butler. Mn. I^lorello, Miss Porej5 Miss Cunitantia Quixolte, Miss Carew ;^ Mr^. Eng. lisll, Iffiss Cnbilt; Mr�. Drarnemdry, Mrs; Ha'riovvtf.. ,   rniCATIiE-ROYAI., COVENT-GARDEN. THW EVENING, -SATURDAY,- Jane 24, will be acted, 25ih time, a new Mttsi'cal Romance, calkd HENRI QIJATRE; � Or, PARIS IN THE OLDEN TIME. Henri,'Ttlr. Macready ; Siflly, Mr. Egerton ; General D'4u. tiKi;;I, Mf. FsHcell; Euieue  !ii.'iis; Clolilde de Biron, .Miss Brunlon; Louisoa, MiM M.Tiee. Afli'r which, (he Comcdv of .   TI!E WEDDING DAV. T.iird Rtkeland, Mr. Abbott; Sir Adam Contest, ^\'r. W. Farri-n ; Mr. Conte.-;!, .Mr. Connor.    Lady Contest, Mrs Gib::s. Til uSicli will he added, 24lh time, the new Farce of TOO LATE FOR DINNER. Tiie principal Cliaraclers by Messrs. Jones, Liston, C,on. nnr, n'mr .inl, Emery, Rlrs. Daveoporl, Miss Foole, Miss J?'"�'.nin~':l,and Mirs (art-en. Oil MoDilay, Virgiiiiiis, with Inkle and Yarico. 1 AS! NIGHT of MR. MATHEWS AT HOME, Al-   J Hi!   liiliATRE  ROYAL,   ENGLISH  OPERA-house, .strand rf^HifS EVENING. SATURDAY, June 24, A       ,   tM^un try COUSINS. AST0 the CHRISTMAS AT BRIGHTON. Aii.l Mr. m.ATHKVVS will have the honour to deliver a F.IREWELL ADDRESS of THANKS._ t:ieatre-royal, drury-lane. fol^ the benefit of mrs. w. west. >\ lilURSDAY NEX'I', June 29. will he prcjenled (fiist time this season) the admired Co- '    THE PROVOK'D HUSBAND. Lcjrd Tiiwnly, Mr. ElliSton; Sir Francis Wrongllead, ^Ir. Piiwion; Squire Rirhard, Mr. Knight; John Moody, Mr. Muii'lm (fci>i first appearance in that character). Lady TowmIv, "ifrs. West; Miss Jenny (with son>;f), Madame V.>^l,i=', t^. t\ie toHvse nf llie Evening the foUowin" No�l En-tc. iiinmcrts :-By particular desire, Mr. T. Cooke will per-Idiin a C.>occrlu iiii ilie Violin. A new Serio Comic Son?, ririili.i, " London Lions; or, Yorkshire Dick's I'anoramic Vi.M or Ihe Melropoli.i, commenced in the Mornin!:, and l!iM-.lKd h\ ICniijht?'-"Blithe are the Boweri of Mosalie," I lie admirfiS trio from the Biide uf Aliydos, by M.s. IMaiul, IHiss C.'p^ill, and Miss Fovey.-" Black Eye'd Sii-san," by .''It. Inc'odon.-A new Comic Sonfj, wiih Vfirioiis Yorkshire 111 c;i:iIioiia, called, " Peter Pike's Peep at the i'Uy ,'" com-pciT^iii';; Actor's Olio, of Laughing:, Crying, Dyins;, and �I'liiuksniniig, by Mr. l�iiij;ht-" Little Robin," by Miss I'.vi';,. A Pas Seul, hy vMissTree. '\\^ lOnciiide with (by special desire), first time these tliree years, THE magpie; OR, THE MAID of PaLAISEAU. Elnisiil, Air. Knight ; Annette, Mrs, W. '.Vest (being her 1i',.'. :ippr;irance in tlial rharacter). I'fik. Is-ind Places for the Boxes (o be had of Mrs. W. ^V,s.|, -Jij, Castle-street, Leicester-Square; also al 7.5, \Vel-\"'i.*lrt anifl Djwlas, alias Lord Dnberly, Mr. Dowton; Dirk O.mli';. Mr. Wrench; Doctor Pangloss, Mr. Harley; Ze-l.iel liiiinespHn, Mr. Knifrht ; Kenrirk, Mr. Minion, ))c-liorub Dowlas, alias Lady Duberly, Mrs. Grove; Caroline D.irnier. Mre.Orger; Cicrly Homespun, Miss Kelly {hieing her first appearance in thai charr^cler). After which, a MUSICAL PASTICCltl. Tilt Eicniug'a Enlertainmenis to conclude wiib(13ih liihe) the new Musical Farce, called the Lady and The devil. Wildlove, Mr. Ellislon ; Jeremy, Mr. Hurley; Negombo, .^'f�. Biand; and Zephyrina, MLss Kelly. Tickcis li� be had of Miss Kelly, No. 8, Henriplt.n-Rlreet, Covcnl-carden; and of Mr. Stevenson, Box oOice, Strand Entrance, of whom Private Boxes may be taken. THEATRE-ROYAL, COVENT-GARDEN. 'r. JOHNSTONE has the lionoui- to an-I. nounce to his Friends and IhePublic, that his FARE-" i:LI. BENEFIT is fixed for WEDNESDAY NEXT, the -"Ui Jane, instant (beiu; the last NTjtht of his Engagement), ^lion (by particuir desire) will he performed Colman's cele; *""'lcd Comedy of JOHN BULL; OR, AN ENGLISHMAN'S IIRE. hbolhBm, Mr. �mith ; Colonbl Grahame, Mr. Clifford ^ Major Bellenden, Mr. Waikin;on; Major Allan, Mr. XValkcr; Captain Lord Evandale, iVlr. Bengou^; Cnddie Headrigg, Mr,. Fitrwil-liaro. Lady Margaret Bellenden, Mrs. Dibilin; Edith Bellendeti, Miss Taylor. After .(fchirh wfH be prcitrnled an eaiirfly Aew Comic B�r-leltaijipectstit, io two acts, nndcr Ihe title of . A NEW WAY TO GET MARRIED; -OR, GIVE A MAN LUCK AND TllROW HIM IN THE SEA. TO SPORTSMEN.-IMPROVED PERCUSSION SELF-PRIMING MAGAZINE WATERPROOF GUN-LOCK, made by WESTLEY RICHARDS, Gull Manufacturer, High-street, Birmingham. Upon ex-amiuslion and trial this Lock will be foond to possess Iho above very considerable advantages ; Ihe action being sim-pie and certain, it cannot fail U> dischiirge itself with Ihe utmost velocity in the most lempestuous weather ; and those ohjeciions.wliich generally attend olher Magazine Locks are completely avoided in this. The Flint Lork on the best constrnclion. . Agent-JOHN DUST,Gun-maker,201, Strand, Lniidon. LOTTERY POSTPONEMENT. TCISH respectfully iulornis liis best Friends ' the Pliblit:, that owing to a Memorial from the Cunlrxclors to the I^rds of the Treasury, the Drawing of the LOTTERY, which onght to have taken place Thii Day, 23d June, has been POSTPONED lill WEDNESDAY, 12ih July, on which day r^'nle" a furlhtr poslponement takes place/ Ihe whole will be Drawn. T. BISH did not receive the notice till late on Wednesday night, and as be is Not Ihe CoxTRACTOR. has no eonceni in the Contract or its Management, lie could nut give the Public earlier inlimation. BY ORDER OF THE LORDS OF THE TREASURY. rriHE  LAST �mu\ ONLY  DAY is POST- J. PONED to WEDNESDAY, July 12, when the Lottery finishes, and ALL FOUR PRIZES OF �30.000 Besides 58 olhei-CAPITALS, Money and CojiboIs, BlUST BE DRAWN. HAZARD and CO. Contractors 93, Royal Exchange Gate-( 26, Cornhill ; and 314, Oxford, street, London; where Warranted Undrawn Tiekels ahd Shares are selling; also al all their Agents in Ihe Country. HAZARD and Co. Shared and Sold in a rece uials of its cflicary in a Dissertation on the Hair encli�;e(l riiDitd eaeli Bottle. It is alsu 'nincli esteemed hy ladies fur dressing ihe Hair; it maki'.s it, if ever ."^o harsh, beautil'iilly soft and glossy, keeps it in curl, am! iiiipirls a reeiving grateful pcrfiiine. i'rice 3j. Oil. 7s. Gd. and One Guinea. Sold by the Proprieloi>' wholesale a?rcnt, Mr^AtUinsoti, Perfumer, No. 44, Cerr.Tril-sliccI, Soho-fqunre; .Me:*is. Gatlie and Pierce, 57, New Houd-street ; 'Messrs. Bityley end Blew, Cockspiir-slreet; Mr. Rii^ge, 05, Cheapside ; and' by most Perfuineis niid Medicine Venders in Ihe Kint^dom. Also HUDSON'S BOTANIC TOOTH Pi)nDER, fur beaatifying and preserving Ihe Teelh, fa'sleniuir tlmse that are louse, renutving the liirlar, and curing the scurvy iu the gums, and infallibly prevenliug ihe Tooth Ache. Price is. Oil. a B..X. 2 1ES, do herthg iflNGl �na WARJi UPTUF^ES speedily and nidicnlly CURED, ' without pain, or iiilerrnplion Io ihe usual avocations of Ihe Patient; not by the mere use uf Trusse., which long experience has proved to be iticii'ectual, b\it by a Course of Remedies.-Mr. DUFOUR,Surgeon to IheDaranian Dispensary for the Cure of Slriclures, and sole Proprietor of Da-raii's .Medicated Bougies, flallers himself llinl the following Atteslation (selected frot;i a great nuniher. coitruined in bis Trcnlise ou the Radical Cure of Rupture) will be considered as satisfactory evidence of the faci Pjirish of. St. Ann, Westniiiistir. WtnUhouse, July tf), 18V9. We, the Overseers of the Poor of this Parish, do hereby certify, that William Gosling, and Charles IMoore (one uf the pour now in the Workhonse of Ibis Parish), being severely iifHieied iviih Ruptures, were sent by us Io .Mr. Dufonr tor Ihe purpose of cure: in a very short space of time they weie hotli pufeclly cured. WilnesRuur hands-Thomas Tumkiiisim, J. Moore-liCud, William Wyall, tVilliam Browuley.''-Tru>ses, constructed ou thebesl principles, are kept oh sale, as ibey are csseDlially meful during the Course of Jteiuedies. Allcud-ai'ice from Ten to Four, and fiom SvVsn to Nine, No. 4S, licroers street, Oirford-tlrcct. EAST INOIA rflHE COUET ef 3. UNltED COMPANY LAND, trading io the EAST tfoiice. That the COMMITTEE oi____ HOUSES win he rVady to lyceli*' Fropusala, in wiilin^, ealed np, on or before WEDNt^^j^AY. the I5lh July, l*rom such^ Persons as may be willinf to'l^pulV ("Be t^omoMfr ytiib IRON SHOT,-.&c. 5� '     '     . Bt'FF LEATH.Ea ACCOV'^REMENTS. BROWN and ELACK LEATHER STORES, CANVASS, K*^ BUNTING, -r � BLACK. BLUE, RED, WBITE, and VELLOW PAINT. MIXED; also PRICKERS mid BRUSHE^TVRNKEYS, &c. And Ibal Ihe Conditions of Ihe t^ciiJKclive Contracts may be seen upon application to the Cledc to the said Coivmiitee, with whom the Proposals most be lift before Eleven o'Clock of the said I2lh day of July, nf^ wbicli hour tlie Committee will not receive any Tendeis"'j^ JOSSf^ DART, Secretary. .--:-i-i^ii^f:__=- COUNTY -FlRE-OFFICEfaai^aj^S^EJSt; V (10UN rY F.lRE-OBFTM R6TIJRNS.- J NOTICE (s hercbvsiven to all PERSONS who in 1^19 completed their -Teffiis of SEyF.N YEARS' IN-SliRANClC, that RETURNS of tWENTY-FlVE PER CENT, upon all Premiums paid by them duriug that lime, are receivable here, and of the Ageuls in nil the principal Towns in the Kingdom ; and itis reqiipsted that such persons os have neglected to receive their Returns in preceding years will apply for the same forthwith. J. 1\ BARBER BEAUMONT, Managing Director. AStRMON to be preached for the Benefit t^f -the LADIES' ROYAL BENEVOLENT SOCkETY flale Dollar) lor Tisiting, Relievilig, and Investigating the Condition of Ihe Poof, at their own Habitations, formerly under Ihe Protection of her late Most Excellent Majraty; Patron, bis Royal Highness the Unke of Cambridge; Vice-Patron, his Royal Highness Prince Leopold of Saxe Cobourg; before the Right Hon. the Lord Mayor nnd Lady Mayoress, the Must Noble and Right Hun. the Lailies President, and Mr. Alderman and Sheriff Rolbwell, TO-MORROW MORNING (Sunday), June 2,5, 1820, al Ihe Church of SI. Barlholomew the Great. West Siiiilhfleld, hy the Rev. JAMES RUDGE, D.D. F,RS Domestic Chaplain to her Royal Highness the Duchess of Kent; Minister of St. Anne, Litoehiitise; and Sviuday niril Friday Evening Preacher of SI. Lawrence Jewry, Guildhall, London. Divine .Service to commence at Eleven o'clock precisely. Subscriptions' nnd Donations in aid of the above Charity, whose Funils are exhausted hy the numerous applications for relief, owing to the nnpreCedeuled distress of the middling r-jnk of Sociiiy, are received at Ihe Banking-houses of Messrs, Coutts, Strand; Messrs. Druininonds, Charing-cross ; .Mr. Worllocks, 251, Oxford.strect ; Messrs. Hat-vhard and Son, Piccadilly; Mr. Seeley, Fleet-street; and at Ihe Committee Room (Mr. Nisbel's) 15, CastlC-Mreet, Oxford.street. On the 1st of July will be published, on royal 4lo. price ]2s. fiii.; or proof impressions, oh imperial 4to. price 189, Part x. of 3IC rURESQUE DELINEATIONS of the SOUTHERN COAST nf ENGLAND. Engraved by W. B. COOKE and G. COOKE, from Original Drawings, hy J. H. \y. TURNER, RA, and olher eminent Arlisla. This Part contains Views of Bridpurtllaihuwr, Watcliet, Entrance to Fowey Harbunr, Duwijsh, and Bognor. Louilon : Published hy John and Arthur Arch, Cornhill ; J. M. Richardson, opposite Ihe Ruyal Exchange; Rodwell and .Martin, Bond-slrect ; E. Lloyd, Harlcy-street; and W. B. Cooke, Jndd.place East. ~EAmJEifFMEN! IHE SECOND PART of SELECT BIOGRAPHY, being a Collection of Lives of such Persons asli;ive been an honour to their Country, by various distinguished Vi'rilers, will be published ou Ihe Ist July, and will ci.nUiu Ihe Life ot BERNARD GILPIN, with his Portrait, and that of Latimer.        ** No part of History is more iiislrnelive and delightful thau the Lives of great and worthy Men."-Bnrnet. London: Printed for Wettou and Jarvis, fi.5, and T. H. Whiteley, 3, Palernosler-iinv. N.B.-The above will be printed in a neat porkrt size, in unison with . � Author visited under-circumstances peculiarly favourable to investigation : thereiu will be found a very detailed History of Ihe private and public Life of the great Albanian Cliieftain, All Pasha, with his Wars, Character, and Policy, drawn from the most authentic do-ciiineiils that can be procured upon these sniijecls, and interspersed with a grral variety of curious and characltr-islic Aiiecdoies : also an impartial and summary arroiinl of the Affairs of Parga. which al Ihii moment occupy the attention of the British Legislature, and claim a peculiar itr-leresl in the whole community of the English natiou. For the very beautiful Engravings which accompany these Volumes, the Author is indebted to his friend and fellow-traveller, .Mr. C. R. Cockerell. 1'he Classical, Critical, and Topogiapbical Remarks, are_subjoined in the form of Notes under the several pages where they occur. LIVER COMPLAINTS. The Fonrtli-Edition enlarged, just published, price !�s. bils. HACTS and OBSERVATIONS on LIVER U CO.MPLAlNTS, and those various and ofleu complicated Derangements of the Coiislitulion, srising from Hepatic irregularity and obstruction; depicting Ihe sources which lead to a morbid state of Ihe digestive organs; with piaclirat remarks on the different properties of the Biliary and Gastric Secretions, and upon olher impoiiaut points essential to health, prescribing a successful mode of treatment, illustrated by numerous cases, being Ihe result of a'li extensive experience in various climates, particularly directed to these diseases ; addressed equally to the [avalid as to those of the Profession. By JOHN FAITHHORN, M.D. Printed for Longman and Co. Pali rnosler-row ; sold also by Black, Edinburgh; Cumming, Dublin; Edwards, Cork ; Williams, Chelleiiham; Elliston, Leamington; and Blackburn, niirrowgalc. ^^'iLUABLE LIBRARY. TO BL SOIA) BY AUCTION, BY MR. EVANS, At his House. No on. Pall-malt, THIS DAY, SATltR-DAY, June 24, and MONDAY, 2fi, THE VALUABLE LIBRARY of a Gentleman removed from bis seal in the Country, in. eluding Anlichiie ili Ercolano, 9 vols, in russia; Picnrt, Ceremonies Relisieuses, 9 vols, best edition, large paper ; Boyilell's Shakspeare, with Ihe large plates ; ^lonlfancun's Antiquities, by Hnmphreys, 7 vols, lai^ge paper; Voyage Pitloresqus; de jViples, 5 vols.; Rapin and Tindal's His-;ory of Isiixland, 5 vols.; Briiton's. Archileclni'al Anliqui-licB, 4 vjl-i. larjo paper; Bacon's Woiks, 5 vuls.; Aunonl ' Register, 47 volf.; Geullcman's Magaziue, 120 Vols. Ac. &c. A Just publiaberf, nrice 28.        Second Edit inn of LETtER ��   WILCiAVl GIF FORD, E-q ftom:^Wil.l;lA�l.^A2LI'rT.�8q. �. Pf^ftttpl, etnt^icnmurget." printed fofr Robert Sj.jilarl, 8i, Slnind. : �        iiE\v ?,'oyEL.        .   '     ^ Ttiir.i^i^W^* pohiished, price U. la. board*, LOvUfEiL; or. Tlw  Field �r (julludeo: ;�-jNo�elitJ^t}iree Volumes, 12.nio. Printed for ^^aD^Vr.B. Whitlaker, 13, Ave-Marift-lane, NEVV is'OVEL. in a few days irill be published, VARIETY:    a   Novel,   in   Three   Voloiae*. By ELIZABETH LOUlSA PRINC^PS. Pointed far William Fearniaii, Library, 170, New Bond-�trerl. Where may be had. The New Romance of THE ASTROLOGER; 3 vols. This dajrjiipliblished, price, in boards. 4s. the Fifth Edition Lfwiti ail rxplanatorv Preface by his Son), of EliTERS of CONSOLATION and  AD-V|pE, from � FATHER Iu his DAUGHTER, on tl� IttiitiiirfiiitSi:^rW.  '-^^-'^ -:By,lbeIat�R�*.;*ELTNGCR SYMONS^ B D. Of Hackney, Rector of WhiitMirn, Durhiim, &c. Prinleil for F. C. and J. Rivingion, No. fi2, Si. Paul's Chnrch-ya'fd ; and Waterloo-place, Pall-mall. In the PceM, elegaollv printed in 8vo. STANZAS to the QUEEN �n her Arriwl in Ibis Country, By Ihe Rev. LIONEL THOMAS BERGUEft; Laieof St. Mary Hnll, Oxf.ird. London :  Printed for T. and J, Aliman, Prinres-slreel, Hanover-square, Of whom may be had, the Fourth Edition of the Rev. L. T. BERGUER's FIRST and SECOND WARNING LEI'TERS to his Royal Highness the PRINCE REGENT.   Price 2s. 6d. each. SOCIETY for the IMPROVEMENT of PRI-SON DISCIPLINE, and for the REFORMATION of JUVENILE OFFENDERS His R. H. the Duke of GLOUCESTER, KG. Patroo. ?ICE-�aE�IDENTS : The Murqnis of Buckingham Lansdowii Earl of Derby Albemarle Dartmouth Harcourt Mardiyicke Grosvenor Liverpool Rosslyn Harrow by Darnley The Lord Bishop of St. Asaph The LordBishopofChichester The Lord Biahop of Chcei'er Lord Holland Dynevor Grenville Auckland Lilford Calthorpe Earl of RocTisavage Lord Clive Belgrave Nu Silent AI thorp Wm. Wilberforcc, Esq". M.P. W. H. I'reemintle, Esq. M.P. Right Hon. William Sinrges -Bourne, M.P. Rt, Hon. J. C. Villiers.M P, Hon. George Anson, M.P, Sir T. D.Atland, Bart. .M.P. SirT. Baring, But. M V Sir James Mackintosh, M.V. Sir William Anson J. G, Eslcourt, Esq. M.P, T, W. Coke, Esq, M P, Wm. Dukiuson, E.-q. M P, William Manning, E-q. James Scarlclt, Esq M.P. John Smith, Esq. M.P. Amuuul uf Subscriplibnialieady advertised �l,&5t 15s. 6d � : 1 1 I 1 10 10 5 0 1 1 1 1 10 10 5   0 10 10 2   2 2   0 Mrs, Eeles    -     (a.) Mr, R Cocken Mr. laaac Crewlson Mrs, Tucket D. Rowland. Esq, (a.) H. Young, Esq.    (a.) Al .Messrs,, Dnimmonds. Right lion, J,Trevor, per .Messrs, Brookes and Co. 2ft   0 Messrs, Dmoimonds SI 10 Bishop uf Durham 20 0 Earl of Derby 20   0 Right Hon. R, Ryder, per Child's 10 10 Duchess of Beaufort I 1 Rev. Geo. Champagne 10 10 Mr. Simpson 5   0 Colonel W. L. Kaye, p"r Messrs Couits _ 5   0 At .McBsfs. Fry's and fchap-oian. Laily Chambers (a.) 1 1 J. and A-Arch 3   3 At Gosliiig and .Sharpe's. R. Wllbrnbam, Esq.     10 10 Sir J. Langh.am, Barl.  10 10 Messrs. Goslings and andSharpe 21   0 Re . J. Phillips 1   1 Rev. R. Conningham, per E. Foss, Esq.      1   1 \ Donations and annual Subscriptions received by Samuel Iloai-p, jun. Esq, Chairman of the Commiltce, 62, I^iin-bard-slrrcl ; T. F Buxton, iM.P. Sjiilalfields ; William Allen, Esq. Plongh-coui-l, Lombard-street; and by the following B takers :- Barcl:iy,-Trillon, and Co. 54, Lombard-street; . Drumioond and Co. Charing-cross; Fry and Co. St. -Mildred's-conrt ; Gosling and Co. Fleet-slreet ; Hoare, Baroeits, and Co. Lombard.street ; and Sir John Lubbock, Bart, and Co: Mansion House-street, , N.B.-An erroneous idea having become prevalent thai it is one object of Ihe Committee to underinke the heavy ex-pense of erectinga building for Ihe reformation of juvenile offenders, the Committee beg IcJvc to inform Itie public, that this opinion has entirely originated in mistake, and that Ihey entertain no inlentioo of appropriating to any such extensive design the funds subscribed, for which purpose they would be wholly inadeqaale; but that their viev^s are confined to the support of their present arrangements in conformity to the third Resolnlion of the General Meeting, and to the nirana of obtaining and diffusing plans and information on the important subject of Prison Discipline. Sir W. Hepys 10 10 Robert Adams, Esq. 10 0 Hon. anil Rev. A. Grey 10 0 Earl of Stamford and Warrington 20   0 John Hucllestun, Esq, ft a At Messrs. Hoare, Barnetis; and Co, A R. - 3   0 C. D. - 3   0 W. Latham, Esq. of Wnkelield Rev. W. N. Darnell Jos. Reynolds, Esq. T. Haydoii, Esq   (a.) Wyndham Knalchbull, Esq. - 10 10 J.Lougley,F.Fq.Thame9 Poliei* olfice A ConuiryGrnlleiiian, whose infirmities prevent him from partaking iii the active duties of a Ma-gisirLitp, per Wm. Wilberforcr, Ejq. :\l P. - 100   0 W. Biekhoure; Esq. 1 1 Win. Evans, Esii. M.P. 10 10 Edirard   Townseiid, Esq. - 1   1 iC0 7'l//ax>. [From '< 'i'fie Edinhtivgh Star."] HIGH COURT OF JUSTICIARY, EuiNiiUROit, June I'J. Ttit? KING, ON THE PROSECUTION OF TnE P.AtsI.KT UNIO.V u.\NKix i.v( James Mvffut. Our readers will recollect thai tins is a case whciein Janiet Moffat, alias ShCoul, is chargril with breaKing into and robhiiig^the Paisley Union Bank,iu Ingram-street,  s, .because when the cilaiiun was served on him, Ihe messenger was not duly aulboriied by certain writs. It was laid down by Hume that if cilalion be given without War-rantj it is of no elftct iu law ; and (vol. 2. p. 350) he in- lanred Ihe^.case^ of A.kjmnder Diuntmosd, wjierein if �p-pearcd tiia witoeiiso were so.ciled.. He bad alsp thesulbu-rily of .Mr. BiHi-nel, nrliQ(p. 432) oiwervefi, citation ipus' be givet. not  rs aqd Co , remeiiibers iiaviog sent on the |3lb of July, Xa\h, a box o7 krilesfrpm Sir William Furbn and Co to th� Pai�:. IcytJuiuu Bank, aaiii&utiii^ to f.iiSlt. Jyini Stewuit,. lecttireruu botany, clerk lo Mr. Savaiiffiaa intSit, (cmriob�ri\^lu^iilinJLu�.ifas.i2tb uf ,Jiily. oii llie Hlb uf Juhe ihcy wint away, saying Ihey uei-.-going lo Bristol, Remembers ,Moir.it fjriugHig iniu Uie bouse once a box about tin incUes in length ou a Suud^y inorning in May; saw some coarse grey paper lying beside the box. They never used to be laie out al uigiit be-foie the box came, but oli tlie 2dih of ALiy Ihey st^id out lill about two o'clock. Remembers JMofl'ul goiii[^ away in Jnne, saying he i-zas going lo Liverpool; Moilat had a small portmanteau of black leather wuh two belts; observed him likewise with a number of silk haiidkercuitf.-, and partirnlarly'wiih n very lirge one, Ibe colour of wtiieB was blacU, yellow, and red ; that they carried away iu tndt handker ei{i.iteiy ufler Mofl'H,l returned from Liverpool. Cross-nxumlned.-Weiit out a fishing uiib tbein once or twice, aiiJ. was once willi iheni al the ihealie. D-Avid Claektr, wright, in the empli^ymcnt of .fames Grahiim, Glasgow, resided in Taylor-slrectj its Glasgow, iit Ihe year ISl! ; and happening to be Up at tliree or four o'clock on ihe Sunday nioruing afler the fair, looked out at his window and saw three men sitting tipuo a dike facing his honse. Saw one of the meu with a bundle of whiit be lliougiU to be notes, which he conuled and put into bis pocket; he nlao look out about a pound in silver, which be also counted aUil put into his pocket; the bundle was about % fool sqiiare and three or tour inches thick; it was lied ii* a red and white handkerchief. The Panel at the bar wnA one of the three men ; he distinguished bim bv his red pe-oelr.iling eyes. The next day he heard of ilie robbery of ihif Paiiley hank, Cross.examinefi.-His bbuse is east from john-slreel; Stilling road is lo the nurlli of Glasgow. He saw Motlat bciore the "Jury Irial in Leadbiiicr's lap-room, and nheii he canie in tjie Panel said he was a spy. James Stirling was pbrlei- to the George-slreel coach-work in 1811: remembers three men coming'to the coach yard on the morning of llie robbery of Uie 13th Jdly, 1811, and ask-iiig for a chaise; he (witness) .-isked them � hy ih.-y did uot hire i( the night hifore, loVhich he aflsweitd that he ha.l the night liefoie received a letter inlimaling that his bioiher wns very ill, and that he was going lo see him. lie took iheih lo iMr. Lrith, iii order that he might give Ihein a roach; they had a bundle with them wrapt in a coloured shawl, anil one uf them had a bundle, Which he did itoi see, under hia great-coal ; he offered lo carry the parcel uhicb .Moffat hail with him, hut he would not give it him. James Moir; servant of .Mr. Leilh, Georgi-street. slatci-l^ that the Panel and two other men received a roach'lV
                            

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