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British Press (Newspaper) - June 26, 1820, London, Middlesex / NcMBEH 5477. :L()ND0IV, MQIVpAY, JU|^E 26, J820. PnicE 7d. Br SPECIAL DESIRE! ^ THRATttK-ROYAL, JiRUK^^TtAffB. THIS tVENlNG, MONDAY,-, June 26, l,is Msjrtly'i Servantt will perfarm the purnedy of tn6 drAmatistI 2 VapiJ (irilh the �ri8-jml ^frildftfe),' Mr. Oliirlon; Lom) .Crrnlcb, Mr. Gullir; Harry ?Ierillr, Mr.-B4rii*ffl ; Flari. ��illr, fir. RuMfll ; Willoiigliliy, Mr. Thunipsun. Ij�dy �V�ilfoi'(, lMni.Harlo*e; LoiMiafColirliicy, Mrs. Kubinido; %J SI ianiir, iMrs, E^wiu. Afler which (rumiirisedjnln poe �cl), THECOB.BLEH OF FKESTO?f. Kit Sly, NrMonfleh; Sir CliaHeji Itritoni Mr. T. Conlic; 'Squire Jully, Mr. G. Smilli. Murioii, MisiiCiibiH} Jo�n, Mis. ilarlowe. Tu wtich will bt addti) (%Oth (ime at Ihta thciilrr), an Ex-. .Mif^- l-^porella, Mini Purry; MiM Cbni'Unlin Quixolfr, Miaa Cores'; Mr�.�i)g. Ii>li, Mrs. Or|;�r; ^^n. Dikiiiemdrjrt MV^.'^Hiirlbfte. To-morrow,The EngtisliFleetiwitli'OiavanDiiti London, THEATtiB-n()YAi..(;6fBNf'GA}iDHN. THIS EVENING- KJd'NDAY. Jane 26, will b� acted, I3th lime, s new'HitibriiBl Ti^gedy, caUtcl VIRGlN.ftFS; Or, THE L1BER^T10N OF BQME. Appiuj Claudius, Mr. AUbotf; Viifginiaa,'MT. Macroady 5 Iciiius, Mr. C. Kembfe; Claodina, .Ml'.' Ooaiior;' Siceios DeiilaliiB, Mr.Ti-rry; Nunie|oriii^,.Mr..Ej;t!rlup. Virgiaia, Uisi Foole; Servia, Mrs; Cutitior. After wbicb, tbe favonrile Opcr�, i� ^,ro acts, of INKLE AWO YARICO. liilile, Mr. Abbott; Sir Cbrisiopher Curry, Mr. W. Far-reii; Meilluin, Mr. Cbapmanj Capt. Canipley, Mr. Pyne ; Tn�l|!e, Mr. Lisloii. Varim, M.-Tree; Nnrcissa, Mrs. Biiltup; Wowslii, Mre, Ustun^ ^?
, Sa. 9d. per ^ard ; theliesi llnlian Gauzest3s.(id. per yard; nnil as A. S. aelU .euliiely for Ready Money, all (lie atiove Fashionable Silk! HE LAST h.i.l ONLY DAY i.i POSI*-Jl POKED t� WEDNESDAY, *�ly 12, when the Lot-ery fiuilhei, and ALL FOUR PRIZES of �30,(mrt, Besidea 5S other tAPITALi;, Money and CuuioU, MUST BE DRAWN. CARROLL, Coiitraitor, IS, CornhiH, and 2(S, Oxfuril-alreel, Liindon, wh're War. 'tilled tJadrawtt Titkfla Hud Shares aretJelling; alao at all hia Agents in the Ciiunlry. 'C/VRtlOLL Sbareil and Sold, in (h� hat fetr .Montha- _ BRITISH GALLERY. PALHtfALL. rpHIS GALLERY, *iih h, EXHIBITION 1. of POBTHAITS of dislioguiahed Pera..n� in Ihe Hiafory aud Lilenliire of lite Uuiud Kingdom, IS OPEN DAILY from Ten in tlie Homing till Six iu llie Evening. (By Order) JOHN Yt)UNG, Keeper. Admission, Ja.-Calnlognes, U.~Hi�Hnical diliu. 2s. nPHE SlXtEENTH ANNUAL EXHIBI. M. TION irf the SOCIETY of PAINTERS iu OIL..... WATER COLOURS, at the GREAT ItOOM, SPRING-GARDENS, tVJLL CLOSE on SATLIRDAY, July 8. Admitlqoce, One .Shilling-Catalogue, 6d. , COPLEY FIELDING. Secretary. The Socjelj of J'jiiilrrs, Stc. heg to i,/orm Ibe Public llial they hatre engaged Ihe Great Rooiu at the Egyptian Hall, Piccadilly, ia a few drops paiirtil into any liquid will iuataiilly ^ve ila |ieculiar ta-vuiir. Of F, Graham may aUo he had, the ftncflavonred, pnl-irericeil genuine Jamaica Ginger, |irepared from ihe inlernnj purluf IlierobI, of aupe'riur ijualily. in q'uarler-pd'und liu la. ill. eiith.-OrigiMal anil�u|e i�aiiufac(s.r !EY. with Miiaic for Ihre* V.iire* ' ' Published by Dolby,4a�,gM>d>��tI34, Wardoar-ilrcel, Sohu, LiiOdolt. BRITISH AND FOKEitiN POBLtC LIBRARY, Condnii.atreel, Hiiiia*rr-ai)uafe, Londtiu. MESSRS, COLliUftN att�� C". bi-ff Imw to acqnaini theirSiiline^ifHir* and lltr PuhHc, Ibftt'tliey have just publiahed Ibeir N'BW. CATAI/VGUEv w"l tint (hia exiejiaive ami valuable.iAfatary, li�VHig na!f, befflj cum. pictely re.arraiiged aud improveft liy. the uddi.liaiv uf meiiy very impurlaul and volumiiKiiin vrmka l� the ENGLISH 1 FliENCH,and ITALIAN LANGUAGES, aa wellna by llip introduction uf a new and un'iforin lliiiding, will: iu foiiirti bp (�nduGt�d on a n.iual exfenailrc mid- improved lojaiiei tiie Proprietors having .wilh Ihia vie* ltaqsf |.their,-r* pch oliwr new regulaliona na rouat uitqiiraiiotiiiiity t^uii lu afford l their snhscrib^ra a very anperiur rfejfree of ccmamodaliou. Tlie MEW CALAIi)pOK>witl be tiHli|!iji-(o contain be-aidea the mure vaMkte slanged W�d^'-ymi^.Merealin� modern pnbiicaljuu to ifte iir^iifJay, if^^mMl be re.' gularly added onohelday q(4iBbriealiiiu, ever} nf w produc. liun of inpirit'�'ti(Vigeiieral jiilereaiidlal may appear. Tbe printed terma add regulalioiM 10 be bait of the Libra, riaiia. Books sent to ' Snbscriberg fo all parte of the United Kiugdum, ni-the Cuoliiienl, and io any quaolity, by paying a prupurtiunale Subacription. VALUABLE LIBRARY. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MR. EVANS, At hit House, No. 90, Pall-mall, THIS DAY, MONDAY, June 26, THE VALUABLE LIBRARY of a Gen-llr/nnM removed froo; hia seat in the Country, including Autichile di Ercolaiiu, 0 vuls. in ruasia; Picarl, Cereiuuniea Kvligieuses, 0 vola. best edition, large paper ; Boydeli's .Shaksprare, with Ibe large platea ; Moulfaucoii'a Anliqnitiea, by Humphreys, 7 vula. large paper; Voyage Pilloresque de Naples, ft vula. ; Rapin and Tindal's History of England, 5 vula.; Brillun'a Archileclural Auliqoi-Ilea, 4 vols, large paper; llacun'a Worka, ft vols.; Annual Register, 47 vuU,; Geullcinau's Magazine, 1-20 vula. &e. &e. FROM SATURDAY MIGHrS GAZETTlU CnrKon-J/ouie, June 33, 1830. The King luia been pleased to appoint Charlea Bagot, Esq. Page of Hohiiiir lu liimaelf in Ordinary, vice the Hon. Thomas William Gravel, proinulftd. , . - �rT�- ' - � � MILITARY PROMOTIONS. n'ar.Office, June 93, 1810. 9lb Regiment of Light DraguoiM-^Capiaiii Charlea BJakis- lou; frum half.pay 95th Light Dragoona, tu be Captaiu, vice Sir Charles Payne, Bart, who excbaogea, receiving Ihe difference-dated June 15,1820. 15th ditto-Brevet Lienteuant.CuloiwI Joseph TliackweU lo be Lieulenaul-Coluuel, without purchase, vice Dalrymplc, deceased-dated aa above. Captain Juhii Whiteford to be Major, rice Thackwell-dated as above. Lienteiiunt William Slewart to be Captain, vice Wbileford- dated as above, William Fawkener Chetwyad, Gent, to be Coronet, by purchase-dated aa above. 1st ur Grenadier Regiment of Foot Guards-Captain Robert Bruce, from IbefiOtli Foul, ip be Lienteiiaot aott .Captain, vice Nixon, who exchaiiget^claleii arsbiive. . LJeuteBatil Ferca^s Lofiua,from half-pay of the Regiment, to be Ensign aud Lieiiteiiaut, vice Geurge Mure, whu exchanges, receiving (he diff'erence-dated as ubuve. igth Regiment' of Foot--Lieutenant Richard Chambers, frum 34th F<�pt, to be Lieateuaiit, vice Ciicistiau, who exchaiigrfl-diUed aa above. Lienteuant William Wildey, from hnlf.pay 13th Light Dragoons, to he Paymaster, vice Nicliulla, deceased-dated as abuve, 34th diltn-Lieutenant Croabie MorgeM Christian, from the 19th Foul, lu be Lieutenant, vice Chambers, whu ex. changes-dated as above. 37th liillo-Lieutenant Juhn Nesbilt Fux, from half.pay Oaih Foot, to be Quartermaster, vice Blake, whuse ap-poiufmeul has not (akcH place-.laled aa above. 46th ditto-Ensign George Bnrguyiie Sutherland, from 76ih K.Tol, lu be Lieulenoiit, wilbuut purchase, vice Orange, deceased-dated as above. ' " 60lh ditto-Captain Jamea L- Nixon, from the Isl or Grenadier Regiment of Foot Guurils, lu be Captain, vii-c Bruce, who .exchanges-dated aa abuve. Ensign Henry'James Sliaw, from lialf-pay ,')7lh Font, tube Ensigu, without purchase, vice Duruford, appuiuted to the 2d Royal Veteran R.iltttlioii-ilaird as abuve. 68th dillo-Gentleman Cadet Peregrine Maitland, from the Riiyal Military College, to be Ensign, without purchase- dat� anl..Culunel Evan Marpbersiin, frum half-pay 72th f'uol, lu be Lieulriianl-Culoiiel, vice. Burtuu, who relurna to Ilia former aituatiuu on the Retired List-dated as abuve. Lieutenant Alexander M'Doiiald, frbin half-pay 8th Garrison liailaliun, (u be Lieutenant, vice Miller, whose appuiut-iiienl lias nut taken place-dated June 15, 1820. Sih JtnyaJ Vrleratt Battalion. To he Lienleiiaiiis-LienleiiBiit Uugald Alackeiizie, from half-pay 7lh Light Dragoons, vice Neyooe, who reliirua tu hia former sitnatiuii oil the Retired Liai ; aud Lieu, lenanj Thumaa Griffiiha, fium half-pay 2d Garrison Bai. laliun-both dated as above. 9th Roval Veteran Ballation. Captain Charles Kingaley. f>oin lialf|>ay l^oyal African Corps, lo be Captain, vice Eval.l, who relurna lu hia fur. iiier aiilualion ou the Belired Lial-dated as above. MEnioltANDtJH, The proniotion of Captain Frederick FittClarence, in the Cape Corps, to be dated 23(1 February 1820, tnatrnd uf . 'iilh May 1820. CommUiion itnned hg the liord Ltevtcnmt of Ihe Countf 0/ Eaaex. West Eiiex Militia, >ViUiam Henry Bitd, .Cicut, tu be Eusiga-dated May 25, 1820, B , at eleven, at llie Black Bear Inn, llavaut. Allurneys, Air. Thomaa Minchio, Verulain-buildings, Gray*�.Inii, Luu-dun; aud Mr. Thumaa Audrewa Miuchin, Gjsporl. Cbarlrs Wycombe Daniel, jeweller, of Bath, lu surrender, July 7, R, and Augusl 5, al eleven, at the Christopher Inn, Bath. Atioiueys, Mr. Thomaa Eastou, Lamltelh-ruad, Suulh-wark; and Ml. Jainea Raniinlph, Bath. DIVIDENDS. S T. Harding, C. Oakea, aud T. Willinglon, now or late of Tamwurtb.baukera, July 17, at the While Hart Inn, Bnr-lon-npon-Trenl, Niaii'urd; July 18, al the Castle Inn, Tainwui'th; July 19, al llieKing'a Anns,Tamworlh, and Jnly 21, at liie Wool Pack Inn, Birmiugham, a^ Iru on eacli uf Ihe aaid days. July 17. G. VVrighalun, senior, and G.Wrighston, junior, of Marypurt, Cumberland, herriiig-niercbani.i, al eliveu, at thr huuse of William Porter, innkeeper, Maryporli Jnly 18. T. Lloyd, uf Tibberloii, Hereford, farmer, at eleven, at the Cnuiniercial Hotel, Hereford. July 17. R. Wylani, nf Newcasile-opon-Tyne, merrluiil, at eleven, at llie Turk's Head, Newcastle-iv|>oii-Tyne. July 22. J Mayliew, of Kepprll.slreel, Kiisaell'SquHre, Middlesex, B ibolder, al Iwelve, at Guildhall, London. July 15. J. Harkueaa, of Addle-s(,eet, Wood-street, London, inerrhaut, alone, at Gnildliall. July 25. VV. P. Gvaiia, of Pwllheli, Carnarvon, draper, at ten, al Guildhall, Loudun. Jnly 18. T. Taylor, of (iuildfard, Surrey, liquor-merchant, at ten, at Guildlinll, Loudun. July 29. J. Morris, of Manchester, hal-mannfacturer, at two, at the Star inn, Deausgale, Manchester. July IS, N. Bruoke, late of Duke-alreel, Linrulo'a-lnn-fields, Middlesex, aud of Sunthamptoii-streel, Strand, Westminster, alioe-niaoufaclurei', at twelve, at Guildhall, Lonilon, Jnly 21. S. Fisher, of Wiachromb,. Gloucester, mercer, at eleveu, at the White Hart lun, Winclicomb. July 2". J. Wickateed, uf Shrewsbury, Salop, starch-maker, at eliveu, al Ihe Lion Inn, Shrewsbury. July 17. J. Pratt, late uf Banbury, (ixford, iimholder, al eleven, al Ihe VVhile Lion Inn, Banbury-July 18, J. Siniib aiid J. Fursylb, of Priacea-street, Bank of England, Loudoo, merchants, al ten, al Guildhall. July 15. G. Blakey, ol Bishop Muncklon, York, and W. Blakey, of Leeda,' Yorki'al eleven, at Giiildhall, Loadun. July 18. A, Elawuod,- now or late of Chard,. Suiuerael, inoney-acrivtner, at eleven, al the Augel Inu, Charil. July 15. J, tirant, of Culeniaii.atrecl, London, but then of Ihe Island uf Jamaica, merchant, at elsyeu, at Guijd- ball, London. Jnly 22. B. Collinson, of Crookcd-lanr, London, oil-merchant, at leu, at Guildhall, London. July 22. W. Forder, of Baaiugaluke, Hanla, atage-coach proprietor, at Iwelve, alGniliihall, London. July 20. A. Andrraon, of Pbilpot-laiie, LomloD, roercliani, at eleveu, al Guildhall. July 18. J. R Bell, of Old Broad.slrerl, London, abipand iqturauce.broker, al Iwelve, al Gaildball. July 15. J. Keiiiirll and J. P. Keiinell, of Cburch-slreel, Weatmiuater, arpiy and navy ageuls, at ten, al Guildhall, London. July 15. M. Pegronr and J. Pegrom, of Arlillety-Blreel Miihlleaex, dealeri, al ten, at Guildhall, Luailon. July Hi P. E, Ouveluz, uf Size.laue, Luudoui mrrrbaot, at one, al GufldhalL epRTlFlCATES,-July U. D. Cox, of Higbralreel, Soulbwark, atolioner-W. Holt, jud. lale of Rochdale, Lancaster, wuollen.manufacturer.- F. Wilaon, nuwor lale of Durham, grocer.-W. Shirley of Shelton, Stuke.uiMa-Tient, SialTuid, potlet.-J, Grant, of Lullingiuu.mill,'.Sumenei, fuller,-H. Billinge, of L.ver-pool, Btaiioner.-G.J,Ro��, of Dowgale-hill,.Uodon, met-.chant. . ,^ VARTNEBSHIPS DISSOLVED. T. Howardaiid J. Jarvif, of Shadwell, MiddleifXjgroeera, Juue 19, mo.-R. Brianl'aud J. Thii:k, oi Maudlin a Renis. Lower Eaat Smiilifielit, wheelwrights, J*i,".iry 27, 18-2fl.-W. Oliver, H. l-anahurn, J. Oliver, and R. Hairi�.�i, iif itiiiiiy Sirall'urd, Rucks, banUi-ra, � far aa retalea lu iH-aaiil H I,aiighi>r�, June Ifi, lh2').-J, Halcliell, N. U^iuJ, auil S. I). Beare, uf HaUlien'a Huiel, Pieca.lillv, Mid,lle-sex, h.iipl krrppi,, .19 f.ir relates lit the said i\. Beard. Jin.e 19, IS3l)_d. I'ueb, A. Kvder, W. J,me�. an/I t: TJv-J.-j, itf RoDtl'Uiie, Loll,lull, grucer.1, June 24. 1320-VV. Ko'isri, W. H. Kosser, anil A. lt.usKer, of Baril,:H'� bat!iliii�r�, ilon, alti/rnies at law, June 1, ].*%20.-fi. Cuekbnrij >i>i ' V'; . Clay, of Btil ew Sli.ck f.x-cliange-buHiliiigs, London, June 1, 18-iO.-I. Wara.'uli, R. Campiun, and W. Dale, of Ha.ve� Wharf, Tiwlej-rire ers, June-^S, 1�20_1I. LaoBliirf.., .�. Harris, and R. Harris, jun.'oK l>ieimoiTlh, Devn , bankers, aa far as relates lo ihe said tf^ l.iiiigliorn, June 1(1. 1820-W. Prince an.l J. Piinre, fjrur.-elmirhaireet, Ixinilun, slopseller�, June 24, ISiO.-T. Aixlernnn itntf K. .iizmnrr, of Great Towci-slrtti, buul ami shoemaktra, llie 20, 18-20. PRICE or bt'r..Aa. The average prire of Brown ur .Mnseovjidci Sujrar, nirti. pilled from liie Relnriia maiie in llie ucek ending the .iJl-t day of June, I8-2ii, is 37s. tijil, per liniiilicd vseight, exclusive nf the Untie." uf Cusiiiuis paiil (ir H''>'ah[e ihereon On ihe iinpurtaiiuii thereof iiilu Great Brilaiu. PRICF,�! OF CORN. Average Prices of Corn of Eiisrianil and Wales, by the Qnarler of Eight Winchester llnsliels, -aiivl of Onime-Al jier bull iif I4nt(>^. jivnirilupuise, IVnin the returns received iu iiie week eudeil the 17lh of June, l�'2i). a. a a �Si a a 'a (Oh � d X. (f ' M. ft .V. d. 70 i 43 U Sb b '2j y 43 It iG 0 25 - HOUSE OF C0.\1M0NS, Saturday, Jl-se 21 The Irish Commercial Credit Bill was read the third time ami pa.sard. The Reports �f Ihe Twelve MiUinnsj. Loan Bill, and the Funded Debt Charge Bill^ were leceiveiL, aud the Bills .11-dered tu be >e.id Ihe Ihinl time on Mtitiilay, Mr. La.miiton, appreliensive, from liie nature of the Ini. siucsa in wliicli the Wuuse was likely to be enKaged during the remainder of the Sesxiuii, that hi.4 intended mutiny re-litiiig lo Parliamentary Reform would iiul ohiain tli;it aileh. tiou which it deserved, said he shuuld jjiithdr-aw it for t!ie present, pledging himielf, however, to bring it fur-.vard at au early period of the next Sessluii. Mr. BROUGHaM observed, liiat for some time past tSe House had gone uo, fiom night lo nighl, pustpuning all liii-ainess uf importance, and if they were still lo cunlinne |i, do so until the iiiquiry adverted tu slinnld ho rutnpleted, tli*-public business would all be suspended fur liie runaimlfr i.i' the Sessiuii, tu the great aud serious itiruneenirnce uf i.^e cuuntry. He saw the uecesnHy of pmiiiis: mi eiol lu tins system, and therefore shuiild, --ilh tiie leave of ihe fLju-.e, persevere in bringing un \ii� iitOliiv.i relative tu tlir e'lticatipii of Ihe poor on I'oeiiilay iiexl. It' the inquiiy, so nmrh le-gretlcil, must proceed, sotne arraiiijctni.'lit liitui lie niadc,- " by which the House should iiiipuiiit rerlam iiiues fiir pro. ctediug un siirli iuqiiiry, and utiivr times tur the di^patcli public buaineas. I-ord AiicillB.lt.D Hamilton adverted lo ihcde-iih of rn� of the Barons uf the'SeiiW-li E\clieqnvr Conn. '.,nd wi-tiett (a know whether it wis iiileniltil Iu ti;l iiji iJie v.ii.-aney. J;* such an inleiilion existeil, tie slnniM lake the sense uf thr llunse on the snbjcct, by inoviug a resuiuliun u;aiiijt any ni^w appuintmeut. Lord C.\STI.'iUiEAQII said, no step would lie taken in Ihe business uiilifjome general arraiii;emeiit eutiM he aJwpieil.^ Lui'il A. HAMtI.To'a said he uonhl wulnlraw his inuiiu:), if assured that iki successor was to he appuiuleil, Lord CASTI,EHEAplt Could give im iisNMrauee on the snh-jeci, the sppuiulmeut not hemi*-tir"hiy nnnietiiaie deparl-intut. ^ \ ADDRESS TO HER M.4JEST1-. Mr. Wll.DEKFOltCB, ucconi()nietl liy Mr.SruART WoRTI.EY, HOW eiitefetl tliK Mouse. llis fonii,-'-WHS. loudly called lor; Init .Mr. S. Wortley tonk hist [ilare at the Inir. HileiiiJeil liy iMr. BANKr.s ami Sir T. AcJ,ASD (llie OeiJiitatioii apptiiiitetl), aii:t uiinouiiced timt life depuljlioii a|jjji.iiiiled ti, wa;C upon her M-ajesiy liiid tliat dny lUlivered to the-. Queen the Resiilulimis nf llwt Uoimc, ��. vmliioiissil by their vote, 1 wliicli her Mijtsiy was ji'.ea^ed 10 give the (iilluiviiiir answer:- HER MAJESi V'S ANSWER. " I em bound lo reu-eive lyitii irraniiiile any a'-tenapt on the [Jiirt of the House ul" Cdniinnns tr� iuter|)Ose its high rsiedtation lor the purpose nfh-ul-intJ those uuhuppy dlfft;relK�e^' in the Hoyal Fariiil), which no person has su tuucii rea>oii to deplore us mysell'. Aixl with perlect iruth 1 r.aw declare, tlmt .-til entire recniit-irenitnt of lluue iliH'erencea, eii'eeit.l by the authority of H-drlitinieiit, oii priiiijiplt-* co.i-aiatent �vith the hotinur H;id (iijjniiy of ; �iii;^ ijiy deep sense nf the nffccliotiate laiiguHKc of these Re>uhi. lions; it shews the House of Cimiiiii'ii, to the faithful repre-'eiilalive of ihnt jjeiierous peop/e to whom I owe a debt of gratitude tliat cjij never be repaid, *' I am sensible loo, that I expose niygelf to the ri�k of dii^pieasin^^ tho�e who may suiiii be iher judges of my conduct ; but 1 trii..t 10 their candour and their sense of honour, coiitideiit that they nilt-. enter in*o the reeltuga winch uloue influences tny deltriniiiatinn, ' It would ill become me to question the power of Piirliaiuetil, or the a-.ode in wmcl: it may ut mii/ lime be exercised; but however airun
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