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   British Press (Newspaper) - July 14, 1820, London, Middlesex                                Ndmreh'5493. r|10.MO�RO\V EVENMNG SATURDAY. mm ij. *nl' be, performed ROMinl'^'eclebrati-d TANCREDf. 1.E fl^EItCHAliD D'tSCLAVt^S i ^T'nr^i* 7AB-�arinii      rM;f rata TH1� EVENINGS PfftDA^y, July 14. � new -(>c�*iiMi*i AddHns'^will be tpntreabv Mr.-T�rry; �ftor �hicliif ill be parfonncd aiComedy^ in' three actaj called TEAZING MADE EASY. ^ tJllc �rtl;Fetfr..1teloi:al (first lime), Mr. Farley.; M4aAlfc(^st lime); Ahi'WUliami. Mr8.Te�er_{firsl lime), Mrs. Green; Mh. Cron^plon, Mrt. Connor; .Mm' .Crum'plon, Miw US^fi; |tfo))y >tivem, Mrs Raker; Mi� Msuly, Mm ;,,j.^..triMi�berlixWrlti�^Hif     . A DAX AFTER THE WEDDING.   -Cal|KM4: f^lgi^.^I^tr>;4�iiei^ Uird ilitrer*^ Air. Barntrdl LOVE LACGHvS AT WIC�li*�MTft8 ^ ~�^V ^  Vitil, Mr. Wllinmj, X^tavn Be^rtr,.Mr.',B?Wiir4f TA�? li-rtiH.. Mr.Meredith; Ri>k,Klr.,4.,�a�teH-> *olotBon 1^ : Irfv. t�. ,      � -  eciU'.�l'Srvni;;< '<:':r ".. �� " -' PLicea rur;lbe Boxet t^^^lre'tahen'Of ^Mr-MaiSiUKlianTi'^I' the tlKI�tr)K_        t/'ly,;,;.;.^,--,:.-*^^;'     Vs34- :,'!:^!;5m^-.; "tHiATiiE-ftdiTAL. EI*GLfsHOPEKkrhOUkftf' �: .   ; .stkanu, . � .   V - .; THIS ^EPflNiS.iFRIDAY. J�ly 14^ wiU - be .periTtfrmed Ihe Mn'ical Enierlaiuinent ol y-' .vv- Slevc'iisun;        , iiner iirhictii4be,yit|HllRr Melo-drama-called TVW.Wpli'DSi-.Ojr, SILENT NOT DUMB !   -Sir Hitil, SILENT NOT DUMB !   -ir HfiliiqbraDd'^Guy, (Wr, Bartley; TonuerP, Mn W.S. CUallci'leyV' Valbejie,'Mr. Pearibari; 'La Fleur, Mri Wilkin. con.   Kuaabelle,^'lUist'Kelly ; Lticie, Miis I. Stevenson; tlustnn, H". (>'ove. ' l�u wiiich will be addi^d, llie Musical Farce called WALJt FOB A.WAGER! , Or, A BAiUFrSBRT. Merringlbn, ntr.'Rawb'ul|iamBub Lovelorfc, Mr. H�r-Ify; Huohe^ Walkir," Wr.^Wilkinson; Khoblis, Mr.T: P. ^uke.   Eintna,' filiss' 1. StevensonMr�. Kildcary, Mrs. iJirij.eip.adpuvSflooii.has been aeain taslefiilly 6tl�d,u|i_ titb a ntafdesieh,! representing.liif illiiminatpd Ortenlal ^rdeii, -Biid vJilFbi^'opehed a* usual at JEisbt o'Clock, for t^eailuiiltauc^'bfi&eSicbiid'Price, wliich cbtnniences at "nJOT^CEit ^iiebif givm to all Pertms Jenrons 4^ qf!f;pr,(rKmaJoj^fiplg tkt futtawing Ariittu for . .thttuooftheAmtlfitiz^- br6ad. To Ills Mnlesly'stiifiiVPrtfcei in Cnnlnnments, Qiiariers,: j .' and Barrat'Vsj W'llieMbdei'.tnenlionril Caunltra:~    - ' Berks (biplu|liAK.lhe;3^1�il of Kiincrrford); and Dnrham �� (includins Holy l�|ia))}^ab �Uo Bread to theUouieliold , t Troops laLoudon^^jldUs Vicinity, - .    .1 BEEP, AND MUTTON. To bis Majesty*! Land Forcea in Cantonments, Qn^rlers,. i    and BshrarkU, in |be under-nH'nlionril Counties Gumbrrliindfand,GloUce8ler(tnclnillu)r the City of Bristol.) ,/ Tlist thetDelii^ries.nre.lo mnimrnce on and fur tlii* 95lh tayof Anstistneiil^ tbkt'Pittitiwnls in wnline, scaled upaiid IHrkcHi ^\tfnd�tfitr Ami SvJ�p?ie�." ;*tll he receSved at lhi�;OQ|cei o/9 or before Tuesday.I lie lUih ilay a/ Jntjfc(wslapl, {but iiolc AljUif deceived after Twdveo'Cloi^k onlbal day},', awl. ifaieiuby.>]>bsi. Ilie Potiaiie UHist Ive p�Hl. " ' ' miist -he iftaiie. ii^pMMety tbr eni� VUKfitf, i^:'IWl..ilietl�.'i*iiieh-*t!lli#', iiip^ ;l&-bec [TA'TS |i tMiril (loniinynty chftrfei|.%Ji>..^ .l^tK re usoallv snlil M w.;. betf Udirs', Cbildr^oVjlnd SeiMM^ �cri|ltioii.-A�li cqiiMty tii�'>i*rMMt'i? : -I :   GenflfiirenVOId'i|BtiiM)|�ii^ine�h�if;e; 4tH WarrliiiM^, ti, ~ Ihe HaybiiirkM.iiiir: 8e�ree;||�l ithe�^fii{ker^ TKTO, i8r.775-wti� Drawn TSiw D*y �"JPflife tS^ H �mimO  :;<;Ai^A, eoniprisinir ar,.the IiiveuUir and Pilenlee, N .'8,'X'uley.placp,'Cave'ndish.sqiiarr. At this^abinet Ladies iire also completely inisirurt. ed tr,y>!t is  fi'Bi^^(^l^''^.Mi�ii^ Mrchlin Lares, w fofd;>iiMl^ajllibebaia. � |(>ii^tbeii^|wilteiQbar,:1820,.^be Business will be removed to;mor^;CQin'in�|(lious, Presiises, I47,jStraud,. near Somerset }TraapM.l^n1drhesup|j4iedfay virtue of ihe same, the amouot ,j�f (nc:Stf|i)t|>a'V6i Ibe Coutracl and Bond, paid in the first : nsiatfc^^lbe'�ontracIOjc, ahall be refnnded tobim. ,l'-ariimBr*;,of-the CiiiH^^^ lie had npon aiiplicalion '^�t i)trie^feimb,ers, Itctweru ilie Hours of Ten and Frribe/*, and'l.ile-rary Palrpos that the NEW CATALOGUE,of bis; exteiiw . sive .Cirrulaiing I.ilirary, to which he has recently.mails great aiiililiiiiis of Ibc latest alid most puiiuIiM' Works, in varions-Lraiichrs'tif Litrralure, is now readj^'' Terms af'SnbHcripliou maybe had on appHcatinn at Ihe Library ,^Subscri()ri's. ill ike ruuiilry may depend an ihrir I'orders beingjexeruled with accuracy npd.dis|)alcll,.apd are iiiimeiliately' supplied with every Ntw Publication:on its appt'aranre.     ' ^ ....   NEW KOV,EL. 0� Wednesdaynexl will be published, yARlinV:   �  Novrl.    Ill three volumes. By RI.tZ.*1tF.TH LOUISA PRINCEPS. Printed fn of � superior quality and brilliancy, and consists of an elegaiil aasurlnieoi of ;Merand"Chiniuey Glasses, from 6 lo .112 itichraiuteosthi and, from 4 to 80 inches in width, also Cpuvexjiad GpniMWe MirrbrsV f^iil^S to 36 inches diameter, ;i-siul:jP)alM�fivi|riaua--dimrii8luns; fur 'Windows, Kkvi l|gh{ji,.Cpac^j.iibip4rlce 3.1. STANZAS to the QUEEN, hikI other-Ver.es, BylheUev. LIONEL THOMAS BERGUEIt. "Yon tell me wlial yon wish for, l>ulh:-iny ruin. Is this your Christian runnselOul upon ye; Hi-aven i.i above nil j'Ct; there fits a Judge Whom no Kiiiff cso jcorrUpt."-Hen. V/If. Printed forT. and J, Allman, Pi iiices.slreet, Hauover-square. KOUINSON CRUSOE ILLUSIR.4TED. This day is pulilished, rIegaiiUy primed in two vols, octavo, ilhistinled with Twenty-two EiBrnviiigs,by Mr.C. Heath, from u Series itf Uisigiis by 1'. StuUtard, Em. R A. pri^e 2/. 2s. ill himrUs; on niyal oclavo, price 3/. 13�. 6il. iu boards,. A few ropieRttflho royal  A vy Prize M i(ion Bill, and ibc'Cnurt' �of Chancery (Ireland)'Officers' Cbro'|>ens'�tioii Bill,' which were-ievrrally read a'first time. :,4i.'-' '(       -y. BANK FORGERY 1>REVENTI0N BILL.' - � The fulluwiug Pelilioii' waa^ preaeuted by : tb� ��rl, of LAUpERDALE,:?^.^ , i .,:.''-,�����''� " To Ibe Right Hptionrable the, LOrds Spinloaf �>d,'Temporal of ihe, United'kin^diuniif;Great Britain a'pd l;'e.' , ' lumlj in ParKament-B^miil!^'; " '^^ ^ ' v ,. ."^Sbewelb, , " ;;v^��,^' ." That in Ibe year, 17^7X001; Relil^ presented lo the Bank, of Epgland a f|>i'ciraen o� i; plan pf engraving, calculated to pyevent(ijieiforgwy 'pif Bank' iiples, accompanied witb a cerlificMcj'.''signed'hy.'Tkleiisrs'. Fralipis Barlolozzi, James Hen(b,Tboma�HollpWaly; William Sharp, J. Miid seer, iaincs'Filtler, .William.'Bjw.ne, James Basire, William l�wry,and plhereipinept Jfl^r?>er�,,�tatins, each for himself, ihaA ' ^Aej.eoaW hpfMutie ii iojijf of il^ and Ibal -' Vteg'diJ^ot'fiei'^Bihat il'.'eakfA' Jbi'cfpifd hg any of the Anmon or/* o/'�/i/;roWn^;^ ^inii^rie&iiiiendMig it iO iHe notice of the Bank of RiiglaufLfa iiaar(-�f great merit and iugenuiiy, eaUiulaled not merely.to delect, but to, prevent Ihe.forgrry of Baiik notes. That the said Bpe'cimen wag executed incongrqoence of a wriilea permission from.Mr. Giles, the Goverpor of ihe Bank of Englaud, aad on a 'verbal promise' from'him, Ihul your Peiitrniier shoiild be welf remunerated by Ihe Bank if his speriiiirn could.jiollie copied, or possessed Ihe advantages which your Peliliuner ascribed to his uri, and at all events that he should be paid for bis trouble anil expenses. " That the Bajik e'ngiavi-r (then a Mr. Terry) said he rauld coff it,'and in a'iiout three inunilis thereafter did produce what he called a ropy: '> " That on the 4th of July,', 1707, the said pretended copy waaexauiiued befure a Cummillee of the Bank Directors, by Messrs. Heath, Fitller, Byrne,. Sharp, Laiidseer, aud Lowry, all engravers of the first eoiiueiice, who all declared liisl the pretended copy was iiurnure like the original, than a brass counter like a'guiiiea. " That such of the Eiigriivera as had signed the iirjit-roen. tinned certificate baying, after, the, said exa.ininatioii, also compared the said prrlrniled , copy with the original, aUu gave your Petitioner rerliliratPs|to the same effect. " Tlial the Biiiikrejerled the'plan oflFercil by your Prti-tioiier, followed their old {ilati'fo)-' upwards of twenty years lunger. iii the great corruplion.^E public imirsls, and sacrifice ufbunian life, �ud never jiaidybur Petitiuuer any reinu-neralino. , " That on Ibe apitniulrnenl of pRoval Commission in the '\qiWSfl0B 1^ /MBJttejyltO^jB^fijf; ... _-\fo�BdfrtMWjbetrad,w�t.W�V^o!!^*lil^ iL'WtMt^^ir^ (#ilie3pUi|ie,.#W b�ki��kcl�ti�eiy4 , Hit liH�.tip4iVt^l^ i�� the iu^rt^amMi^m:*^"*' Prrrare,u'ritlteii expressly fur this Edition. year 1818, loevainine anil reini^t;'')! the best iiieirns for the Printed foi^T. Cadcll and W. Davies, Siraad; ond W.    prevention of forgeryi'^oorPelJtipoee-laid before the said Blarkwooil, Ediiilxirgh. - *�* A very Ijinitcd Number of the Platra separatrly, without Ine wiiliug, are taken off on India Paper, price 5/. fi�' l>(ifii This dny is published, in one large volume ucnivo, price 12s. in hoards, SACRED LirEllATURE, romp-isinsr a Review,�f the Priiicititrs of Composition laiddown by the lale ,R;9bert l.uwih, D.D. Lord Bishop of Londnu, in his Prejeoitons and Isaiah, and an'Application of the Principles so. reviewed ii) the Illuslra-tion of the New Testament; Ml a Series of Criiirsil Observations on the style and structure of that Sacred V'ulunie. .By the Rev^. JOHN JEBB, A.M. Rpct.(ir, of ^liingloii, in Ihe Diocese of Cashel. ' Pi'inied f>�r T. Cadrll Jaild W. Davics, Strand;  and W. Blackiviiod,. Edinburgh. Di* whoHi may also bebad, by. Ihe same Author, SERMti.^ oil Snhjecls chiefly Practical; with llluslrn-live Notes, aud an Appendix, relatiug to the Clinracli'r of the Church i>f Euglaud, as distinguished tioth from olliei-Brauches of'the Kel'ormatiou and from Ihe modcrji Church of Koine. ^Secund Edilion^ price 10s, Sd. in boards. This day. '�� jtulilished, handsomely |>rinte 8s. in buarils, a new Edilion uf HE HlSrpilY of ANCIENT GREECE, its Cofitaies and'Coiiqi'ieifls. Purl I.''Fjrbm the'earliWt accounts;-liMlbe'Divisiiiu uf the Mncedooian Empire in the -Ensl,.inclBiUii^ Ihe/Uislory of Lilerat�re,. Philoaitjth^ nrid 'f|ie Fiiie A.rls.j JVrl .flv Ejuhraciivg. ihp^:His^^<^^^ An'i'ieiii VVu.rld,.fr ^ lbe.'I>pniiM"ioii,-of A^jt�ndjejjjaji^iiMa-of Afignsius, wiih a Survey of .jirecediugJ^eriuds, uii'il a..;,$iui sriiiniition of.Wii^Wt'lifryJof Avtilaiiil'Li^lei*^^-- '      tible. ' " That yo�r Pitlijjiliner has aii^i^. ia^rnlvaud believes in fnrt, ihalJlUjdAiSi^ Bda|iled bj^nSiitBank is the same with, and di^^i|ei^^Jptli;-^'^i^Jple^^^ the plan olferrri i>^^>^^^^^iln^jn ^||$I^^I^Linu|, aa yuur Petitioner believes, and hnii^bt|r^^t^^^^^fiJNHid^ to prevent him from exercising t^'ej^t-^pl^^^giW^.,?^^ nal iiiveiilor; and which, be bi|mnwi5^m^^^iii an'act of great tnjiislice. . ' ^^^0^ "That to prohibit tbeMiert;ltfe:W;M|jM)^ilf*(�^ on the pretext of preventlog foifitef|^^i^^&?ilB, ptuch op-jiosed to,Ihe progrei^and ffmprt^em/^reeiE^lbe^ >� Tliat since the *ai*^ll InjrodhcHt into Ibe! Commons House of.P-i�liaiii��B&yiiifrfP*lUii>iiieir bad �n.int�i;view .......�   ^        '-^ -''�''-� jCljduiiflhH- taevetal .... 4S?Mii, ^*^�'shi>wo to'j^Mir.'t-rfitibi^^^^ Body Id fbe Empire ^thameHfitu^iKH My .�*y ^emanetsielhfriuveiitori betiil bia.wrt'to itto*ause, aritbouticwapensMlPn, tt>b i^kpu*^ Bible that�aur Pelilioii^rom ever, R�M>eidge�t4ilaye4by CuVnlry ;Bauks (even if (be aald JBill did j(b>l p�it(nB out of. his powen), receive, at Ihe age of iipWatda of threescore years, any competent rcmunrraiiuP for the.exertions- pat forth by hiffl in expense, hibnur, and iirfellrcii to perfect an art, bylheadoptinn-of wliidi (by the Bink of J':uKl3nd>lhe ' Bask Itself/ and the Naliun will drrtve^u many lienefil^. " Thai your Petitiuuer, therefore, fuptys. that his case ms^ be taken into consideralion; and Iha.t7he niay be heard by himself, his AgenI,'or Counsel, .in i^ppurl'of his claim Iu remuneration, liefore Ihe said Bill be^llowed In pass into a Uw. ALEXAJNDEBTILLOCH." The Petition was receivedj. and ordered to be laid before the Cummittve on Ihe Bill. Mr. Brogdrn, Sir William ..Curtis, and other Members i>f the House oft^ommauB brought up Ibe London Mililia Bill, his lale Miijesty'e Servants* Pension Bill, arid Ihe Extra Post Bill, which were severally read a first lime. The Porlpalricli Harbour Bill �;as read a secpiid lime, on the molionof the Marquis of DowNSHiitfe. , The Earl of Caiina^to!! presented a Pelition from Mr. Cliarlea Pitt aeaiust tbe New Street Bill.-Laid on Ihe table. DUBLIN ELECTION. Lortl StDHOUTH presented li Petit ion from tlie Lord Mayor and Coiunion Cbuncii of the City of Oobliti against a clause in the Ci>uit of Chancery Bill ((retatid) prohibiting Musleis ill'Chnnrery in Ireland from sitting in thiiiother Home of Pailia-iM'^nt; and aiatiiig that M>. Ellis, who holds that office, had juM been rellirned by a liifge uiujorily of the elector* of the'City of Dublin to serve in Farliaineut.-and praying that he might not be affected by theclauie in the Bill.-The Petition was read piid laid on the table. . The Euat India Company's Volunteer Bill wa� read a second tiine, � COURT OF CHANCEBr TIEGULATION BILL The Earl of Carnarvon said lie rose for the purpose uf asking'the Noble Lord-opposite (SuU inbuth) if it was intended on the port of his ftlajes-t> V iVIinistera lo movethesecond readiiignf this Bill f Lord SlOMOUTU replied lhat.il was nut their iii-leniion; they Jcnew nothing of thi;. Bill of its merits more than the mere knowledge that suelv.a-.Biil did ejiist. It was, however, open to Ihe-Nnit.te Earl or any other Noble Lord to move the second reading of the Bill. * Lord Kbdesdai.e said, he was of opinion that several of the {irovisions of the Bill would be.highly beneficial to the suitors of the Court of Cliaiirery io Ireland; but he did Hot think that it went far eiiough, Hs it only went In regulate the conduct of iheoiBcers of the Cburt> un�i pr6iliui(e,!'ioni �ccoii iit^ of; tjie per-ijury, of, rfit!* jinait i wJiaMHightlto b*  ii   ''ii' ill  -;i i-.^ri'.J   v.^  'i-i   unm �. ' ,    ��r. . ^wr^nd "her rhiidreii f Sojtpfse � cajie,Mt^tn(:��ptK having lived in. the gre�le�t.�taie aflmffit>M�, aud brought lip  large family, that tni,l|(;y!'iiMfceil �tiirtflwe^�n�'* ri8gi!�;w)ii�h fvtm O'lfttaMMiiv^liMUUie^^il^ la* of ttie �:ouffttV> 'Fi*'�l�*|*� /�Jtt'fti!i^*(ikei� 4.n all muttmen tfoJieW^ ^iWrt'VrWrtie. �as �S^"�"^A�*fw'�l Wendell 10 eiMrd }itllt�e)fp|)| at!.|tlti tit ii^heii 1^ piltr^itg� , l4vlc. |>.lace 7irttnin.4il.tt' Coit'-��itti smt the; afttrvaHidf, �bttii�ed ^ age: nf iM < tt ^�li had a retros|iectiv >j it would be much better to say at once, that alt marriages were good ; it would be ten thousand times better for public wisdom to proiio-iitice that all niurriages, gdud or bad, were legal, than to' I'r-jve it to the rsprice of un iiidividu-jl, as guardian,, to say at which tiipe the wife should cease to be a-proj-tiliite, .iiid her children hastards.   He was perfectly sati.-lied, taking it as a,moral subject, fhat it �'�-ivn much better the Act should stand, than the Bill uf  Aineiidmenl should   puss intg a   law,    fief agreed   itiat   marriage   once   celebrated   should liever be disturbed according to the Act of the 2fiih iif George 111.   There were certainly cases wlieie panics had acted under mistake, and he had iiu liesiiu'io'i ill saying ihey ought to be relievetl as far as |iassil)le without disturbing the - general   law on th� siiliject.   For the reasons he had-jjiven, he con-sidered it his duty to say non-content\o the si;coiul reading of. the Bill. < The Earl of westmorland said, if the ca&e was sucli as hail been described by the Noble and Learned Lord, and there was no remedy, it.;�
                            

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