Questions? Call (888) 845-2887 Hablamos Español

British Press Newspaper Archive: July 17, 1820 - Page 1

Share Page

Publication: British Press

Location: London, Middlesex

Issue Date:

Get 1 more page view just for clicking

to like us on Facebook


   British Press (Newspaper) - July 17, 1820, London, Middlesex                                '.'V i mic Op'ei End July 1�/Vin~bef.tier�aim4avlR �iiri'^''rav^ July 1�, �.�fS"'BjlS3.V IP  .".Hi) I J'; 1 (!� hfif-'i If'liSiW )(f-�,liw 1J-jVi^j{l!'is+'i-)!'- > derena'(afw'rw'ar e5,,Mi83 J. Scott. ^HIS   EVENlNer=ft�ONDAY,  July will beiiperfofmHlthi^MiAlicfil'I'Srec dt    ' THE AGREEABtE^SO'RVttSSEi'    ' ?7- jFelix Fiieiitlly, Mr, Utiamsi; Com||lun, ftUi Comerj'E'uw. jjese, Wr. Barnard.: Laura, Mrs. Garrick; Cowslip, .Mrs. Gibbsi - ... .!:::! After whieh, a ComedVi in tliree acts, called    .   ,  ,PtGEONS^AND CROWS Sir Pelfr PigwiKgin, Mr. Liston ; Capt/Plpwi2ein,alia(ii Nei'ille.i.arT.Ubiles.j.. Mr.:Miiz,' Mr. Williama; Mr.'VVi'*!, Mr. Farley; iMr; Blohilrwu, Mr. J. Riisseil v Toirr, Mr. B�r- (lard.   Mrs.'Harvey, Mrs. Pearce (frun� JlieTliealre Royal,'. I>riiry-lanr,ulT>r'firet'Si>'peBraiice on-lliis-slagej; > Louisa, Miss Leigli. .ri.i .   , ... .i.. .To coiicluile'.n.'illt llieEiiieriainment of THE VVEDDJNG DAY. Lin-d RalreliioJ^V Wr.; Baker ;� Sir Ainm Contest, Mr. Terry; Mr.'^Cootiear,uMr.= Bariiard. Lady Coiilest, Mrs t Gtihs. Boxes, 5s.-Pit, 33.-First Gallery, Ss.-Second Gal-lery, Is;  :.:'! , ,   '.  . The Duprs to be opened at Six o'clock, and llie Perfurm. � anca to b''et;in'at'8>'ren.: "     ,    . PJacea &irllip Boxes to b&Itaken of' Mr. Massinghara, at the.Theatre. ...      .   ; To-morrow, Pigeons and'Crottsr-a favourite Interlude- and \ypt^>yg^l^r, .. ..  .. THEATRE-ROYAL,' ENGblStf OPERA-HOUSE, STRAND, HrSr:'�fVfiNIN ,-'.;WpNpAV;'--Jury' 17, '' will The nerforcied'Hite Musi'caf Di'aciia 6f " �         ":rH''E'PURSE'. TheBaroii,'1VfKftowbb(haiiii'Eeimuiid, Mr. Brondhui-sl; \yill Steady, Mrl'Bartiey.' Sa|fj|, Wiss I, Steveilsoii. ''   '" After whjdj(^r�t lime 9^ this Theatre), l!ie,celebialed .   "Exl/ayagaiiza,ip ivrii^acis,^ ," ' ..... .:.,-,;pON..GlOy4^lil;'...... ., Don GicTKanni, A|[rs,JHearmi|n.} .jpou Giizmnn, and Ghost of himself, Mr. T.'P. Couke j'Dou Octavlo, Mr. Broadhnrst;, Bridegroom, Mr. Wilkinson;.; L?^iere!lo', Mr. Harley. Do'ooa Anna, Miss I. Steveiison ; l^ride. Miss Wor'gtnan.  Ttt coDlplukie,*iliitbe^Grand.-H,istortral Ballet: Drama, called LA PEROUSE; I ...Qc; THE; DESOL-ATE ISLAND. -. La .P.F.ro|lset.:IMtt;T,;P. Cooke;  )u)e.  .. -i..,.. . >. ...    .,.  . Doors.opcn. at HAlfrpast Six, and the Performance to^ be. gin at ScKeoi.'. ,,'   . '     i   ,       . To-morrow, The Promissory Nole, with Two Words. ,.,1   , ,-.     VAUXHALL. ryXHrS; EVENING, MONDAY, July 17, a JL > GRAISD':-GALAi.comp�ising.;a Concert of Miscellaneous Music- At' tlie'eiii] uf the first Act Madame, and MademdiselleSaqui, with Mademoiselle Adelle, will'exhihit tiieir.admJre'i^Perforn^ances; audi the conclusion vf.the Concert, will succeed a brilliant display of Firewbrki,. by Sisnora Hengler, when Madsine .Suqui, cnmpleleiy-iinve-loped in a'Vofume faf fire, wifl a'chreve iier surprisihq: Evolutions on theTi^bt Rope, at aii elevation of sixty feet froin the ground. . ;. , ^-^ *   '.' , Atlmission 5sv6d.-Doors'opeirat Seven, the Concert'to hegiu at �ijr])t.a'Cluck.     .    ' Ii�g,;itt ovo; price 4s. "^weOji^^, TtJRAt'CA&QVR in MODERN' TI.MES, with SUG- GEsnoNSfoi! fw RRjJrvorL'' i   , '    ' ' . By JbriN BARTON. . London ; jPcintedJlarJuhn-and Arthuc.ArcI>,-<;�rnbill. - Thil day is publisbed^ ii^ 6vo, prite 6.<. in boards, AN. ESSAY o.l'ti.e CONSTKUCTION of WHEEL CARRIAGES, as ibcy. aifepi bojii the Roads and the Horsfe'j"^with Sug^eitiotis-relitiVg't6 1^6 Principles on which Tolls ought io' be imposed; Remarks on the Formation of Roads, &c., and on Fat and Oils, as applicable to the Aides bf'^%Vheels.and oMiei'Machiiierv':'  V By JOSEPH STORRS FRY. London : Printed for John and Arthur ^tc\\, Cnrnhill; Baldwin aiid.  u1>lishid,'8vu. prire'SsiexIri* boards,' ,UP,PLEiVIEN I ARYMJMEVIOIRS of ENG,, 3 LI.SH CATHOLICS,,addressed to Charles Duller, Esq., A'u'ihorof'lhe 'flistbrlrarMemOirsoif tlie EnglishCaiholics. ,        By o by Boolcer, B(tnd^treet;,&nd'Shertrood and Co. Palernoster-row. ,     ' .v.itjo,�^ytftos.t,$-p'' '.til   t. -.-J  fiDSr*SOa*^ftf f/f/m- SUymi iitii Ttii^fe;6'.CioblBii xi-,',(.Ti!tU:^>>v;"'. Mli&iUdii'WhJrra-' ' ;�itttS(rfein>Ps'*niii �.iu. the PurenouH, , >uits^u'(>j �hHfa��n�iidrn^ l.t^^lv4�^ifM;H K?^^t1(ajipt,ui^y'#o�t,i;r i^iice per .Krister- - This day is published, in Kvo.-2s. SUBSTANCE of the SPEECH of EARL .''STANHOPE, in hia Motion for a Cummiliee "m con. (Sider the Pi;ac�icabi|ity and Means of providing Employ. . nieiit Vor tlie Poor, parlicnlarly in 'the Manufacturing Dis-trit:ls'lW; VV'uh Not�8,-'ai>d;hi8 Pmlest. ^Printed fur Jk Harding, 36iS^.James's-street. re may be had, -Tire .REPORTS rhidfe to the ATORKINGTON AGRI-' CULTURAL SOCIETY,,to the,Sresideui,. J. G. Gnrwcu, ' Esq. M p. giving a View of the Proceedings at the Schoose, experimental'l^drrtiifroniiSiaito 1819; wilh a Slielch of the present St^fe.of'Agiicultiiral Improvement.'      -Svo. Ss. This da^f is piiblTsheil," price REP.UTATJON tjf .a. BETTER from _._   Df)CTOR.: APAJI KRALB,lpi,a. .P.1U)FF^SQR ' lof'ltEOlCrNE^f ibe ONlVERSltYV EDINBURGH; i�it*ta .Stitiamienitof ulterit* WitS^edings'to quiet tliemindis of lj?e |>iblic�ji^�.ijB�;PJl^l^ .....-    . *-'~fiyTjiO.MAS JAMESON', M.D. 'Ofthe Rijyiil eairegeifOf Physiaans of London and Edin-� ,t>urgh, and Resident Physician at Cheltenham; Authorof a Treatise on the Cheltenham Waters, &c. &c. Cheltenbailfi: Printed'by To'rner and Hadley, QueeiiV buildings; and sold by T. Cadelt, in the Strand, London; jaud at the Libraries in Cheltenbam. Shortly will be j^ubtished, by the same Author, the Fourth ., Edition of A TREATISE on, the CHELTENHAM WATERS and ;BILIOUS DISEASES.' .      ' fhii . L NEW i^CHOOL BOpiw day is published, pr'ire Is. bo bound, CLOAKS poA T�E THEATRES. ROUTS, EVENING PARTIES, AND TRAVELLING in GENERAL. '"ff^HE Ladies'of the Nrtbiiily aiul'Gfimy are M. must resppclfully informed, that they will still con. th.ne to; fiiid tliii SHOVl'.ROO.tfS of F. THOMPSON (late Clemenfsoi. and Tliompson), llic Inventor and'lii4ni-dncer of those very beneficial and much admired Garmenis, the ENVELOPES, BEAVER, aiidCOATING WRAPPIiVG CLOAKS, furnished tvilh Iheir always unequalled variety, and eaiih marked with'lis fixed pric^. Their n^il-known celebriiy as a''general wrap'toeeds no eucumiiimo, their merits- having be�n praised by-thunsands of Purchasers at the VVonllen-drapery Warehouse, &c. 344, Oxford-clreet, opposite Greiit Portland-street.   Eslslilished A.U. 1750. ---' ..  '.--.-:-:- UNDER THE PATRONAGE OF THE ROYAL FA.MILY. BRUSSELS, POINT, VALENCIENNES, andWORMANDY ClRESSES, SCARVES, VEILS, LAPPE'fS, ERILLS; ,RUFJ?.LES, &c. (for &nirt and Ball Diesses) manufactured upuu. URLINGS' Patent priorijile, 'which is, a decided impruremciit upon any kind of L^ce bitlierlu pi-odnced. ' " ' '* The Patentees' solicit the attention of the NobiKly.aod Genlry 10 this novel and elegant article, also curiitus.imi. lations of Brussels, Point, yaiencieoncs,.aud Mechlin Laces, warranted to retain their peculiar clearness after repeated u'.i.'shing.'    ' '''    � VAN and CO. beg leave ti> i^orurm'th'e Plibtic, Ihat'iheii- MaWiifactury is now'at.. No. �00, Pleelistreel.  Tliese'Tl-i'isiiisare WghlyBp|>/-o>'ed GUY'S' NEW 'EXERCISES m ORTHOGRAPHY;  nl>Hshed by the same Author, ' '1. THE ENGLISH SCHOOL GRAMiWAR; iit whch Practiral lllustrutlou Is, in every step, blended wilh Theory, .byRiiles, Examples, and Exercises, adapted ibroughuut to tire Use of Schools, and Priv^leTeachers. In Ibis Work, English Grammar is rendered easy to the capariiy of every Learner, not only by giving a concise outline of its I'lieorelicalPrinciplei!, but by combining practical llluslralions with those Principles. Appropriate Queslioiis and Exercises also accompany Ihe Rules. Fifth Edition, price Is. Oil. bonuil..' -2. GUY'S NEW .LATINi ?,Rt.MER; or, Companion to Latin Grammars.   In Three.Paris, price 2a. bound. *^'� Through the medinni of this little Volume, which commences with an easy Praclice on Ibe Nouns, Adjectives, Pronouns, and Verbs.cuntBined in Ihe Accidence, a Child, in less than half the usual lime, will acquire a practical and thorough knowledge of its Principles. It concludes wilh the Irregulars in-Decleiision and-Coiijugalion so arranged, as to be wjlh facility understood and retained. ^ 11.oliebywhcJmi.tctlT.>u.'8�^��*�bf'�''Wfl'nv?'*!''�^^^^ prefereiHie Ib^ l^= Pinain's!--iN^i^e:?r.ontBn^ of li;itl,iKh,:�l�JinKy^bi�fh.�� �l�i'-J/ �i Reij. M..A.;'i;}eraey. Mr/CMcrfs.   , � 51 r-: Tlioniili Murphy, MciTbojnawNasb, -,Mr.;L.R/fctie, ,       . Mr,P.Smilb,_ , . ^ . ' -Mr.'Siiield,       � ^"�Mf; J.'Voiie;'' � '   � Mr.C.Guicharil, . j i' MrJ'T.'WalBh. Mr. James, Keeue, .   , ;l , ,. i..', J. W. STANFIELD, Secretary; Dinner ou Table at Fuur o'clock. Tickets 13a. each, .Wine inchided, la be bad- of the Stewards; iind of the Sectelary, at No. 11, Little Wild-street, Lincolil's-Iiih^Celds.  '     � PliOia &ATVIWAY mO^UrStGAZETTb. BY THE KING;     ' A PROCLAMATION. � FOR ADJOtJnSISG THE SOUM^I'IV pjt: COI^ONATION OF his'MAJESTY. '     , GEORGE, R.      ':    " ' ' Whereas by our Royal ProcraAiation, bearing date the sixth day of May last, we did (amongst iMher'lhibgs) 'publish and declare our royal intenliau to./;elebrale the,8olemniiy of our Royal Ct>runaliuii, upon Tne'day.ihe f(rst day of Augubt. next, at our Palarie.at Wdstopinsler; and yBJiereas tur.dii;ers weighty reasons us thereunto-moviiig, we'liave llionght iil lo adjourn the said soleniuily'ontil oni' Voy'itl'Wifl itnd'pleasnre s^iall be further signified' thereon,' ne/do bj'j'thit our Royal Proclamation giv.e notice thereof; 'ai)(l,we:du  PABMAMENT.      ' Borough of Dundalk-^George Harlopp', Esq. of Four' Oaks, in the county of Warwick, in the roirm of John' Melge, Esq. who has'Sccepted the office, of Esciiealor of Munster. MILITARY PROMOTIONS. ft( Jstf |?69;,f,v('�e! -ti'illiaih, Wil�tairt�.1-�nit'Vic�^^^ , =r.    .......      ^iS,,yyp:,,f,vsitAjriUTMM^^ "si'RoyaiViterarrBaUali^nV  . . T 'nii'iii3''AtJ�h'o)i'v^ Sitbinsoii,"from - halfjpay 6ith GafriSda^dtlalidn, VWe-'tiWfSe'l'ifiiier; wlVd - ^el4iini�'lar�hEiRilirBd; l.iM'*^daied;�*�  ayr4th,.Fooi#rwl iteA- a.i nbov'^,; aiiti,WiilUjiji Hqe, frpm. hjlf-piaj^.9l)^;f.'�t,. vice � Cbihelt, *hds'e a'p|wnilme^t'(ins not Jal^ei^ place-t;daled Tu.he Ensigiie^CitSign Eweil (iNraerori, frbm"''fi'air-pay''4lK . ,>Vefl|,Wdi� R^U11i*l,,�iye THomiui Harriiobi wbdiiJ'av'^ ., puiutiD^nt lus nut; taf^fn^ place-(Laiftiasi afaairej ' ,  jt^^'Royial.YejerjiMBattaltv^^     ... , �,: .� To be Lieate'oaritb.-rLfenle'na'nt3,Sampsuii Hi^h Cp!(, f>'om> h'alf;pay lit' GAWiibn ifatl'aliiiii),-irice Monro, ap|ioinl�'d tollie gOth I^oOt'i^Wte^iis ahoveV George I^vick; from � .ha|f..pi(y'Ist jamt>'fia>>i>lion^.v,iceJobW.8urbnn4iV�'.wh^^ �\giro� t�:ilje.,^elii�3j,I|.i;?#r-tl� alf.pay 721 'Fiiol,;>(V .���''PaV-niasler of a Veteran Battalion-dated Mn_y,2q^a9201. 90i Royal Veteran Baitalioiu'-." ,j: , , Captain John Grant, from 78lh Foot, to'IJe'Captain, vice Collon. who iclui-ns to his'former srtuatuih'&n the Retired List-dale.! July 6,'l820. � i        Lienienant Mark Clauqey, from half-j>iiy York Light In-fantry Volunteera. lobe Lieulenaul, vice Slauntuu, who returns lo the Retired List. Memoranda. 'The appointment of Second Lieutenant Mylinsto lh :sion of Lieutenant Mildmny.'of the 22d Liehl Draeoonsrbas been .altered lo Octobei-S, 1819,bul he is not alhiwed any bac)!-pay. ..   ; SCJENTIFIG BOOKS FOK YOUNG  This day.ia pul^ti8h,ed,. iii 6 voLs. price. Ids. half.faouud, a New Editiou of SCIENTtFtC DrA^LPGUES. intended for the'Ihsiruction and Enleriainment of ^oung People, in which the First Principles of Nalnial and Experimeiilul Philosophy aieCully explained r comprising Mechanic^, As-itrunomy. Hydrostatics, Pneumatics, Optics, .Idagnalism, Electricity, and Galvanism. By the R^y. J.JOYCE. London: Printeil. for'Ba'Idwin, Cradock, and Joy, Pater, nosier-row; and R', tfun'ter, suci:essor to Mr. Jqhnson, St. Paul's Church-yard;'      i   . . By whom also are published, of the same Author, 1. A COMPANION to Ihe SCIENTIFIC DIALOGUES; or, the'Tutor's Assi8tan| an lALOGUF;8bn the MICROSCOPE, intended for the .Instruction and'Euterlainment of Young Persons, desirous otinyegligatiugthel Wonders of the minuler Purls of the Creuiiuii; cuutainiiig an Account of the Principles of Vi-'siiin, andof the.Constructiixi a�d Management of the must jiiAfpi'o�*ed aiiifgeiVetally useful Microiiiopes. illiistriited with iteu Plates, in 2 vols. I^mu. price 7s. half-bound. ; * A CATECHISM, of NATURE;"New Editioir, i� proved and�iilargedlty the shhib'Author, jiriceln.Sd. sewed, i JAn'ti ill lhe,Prqss,. tb,4 |?ou.;th .Editivfii corrected tu llie pre. ', ' ' , ' sent time, of , DrAi:6iGUE!'on;C^E|inSrrR'lf,'inieiided for the In-.(irnctioii'aiftl  Eiltert'a'fiiment 'of Yi�nhjf' People tin which rt�e1if8t'PfiHci|>fe�vf'�'i'�* Scienceare r� -Ensign Joshua Johii Pouiiden, from half.psy 73d Foot, to be Ensign, vice Stephen Lewis, who exchanges-daiedJuly 6, 1820.' '-^ 13lh ditto-Lieutenant James Campbell to be Caplain, wilbiint purchase, vice Staunton, a'p'|itiiii'ted to the 8th Royal Veteran Battalion-dated as above. Ensign William Pjne to be LieutCiianl, \ice Campbell- daied as above. Arthur Steel,Gent, to be Ensign, vice Pyne-dated aSabnvS. 191b diilu-Eosiiin S. G. BagshaW to be'Lieutenant,'with'-oul' purchase, vice Tayloe, deceased-i-^daied as above. Ensign Hugh Henry Rose, from 93d Footi to' be Eiisign, '  'vice Bagslinw-dated as above.   ' 22d ditto-lohn Ruutledge Mnjendie, to'lie. Ensign, by purchase, vice Keppel, promoted in Ihe Cape Corps-dated June 1, 1820. ' . 39th ditto-Eni^ign Joseph O'.Weara, from half-pay 5th VVest India R^gimenl, lo be Ensign, vice John O'Meara, who exchanges-dated Julyfi, 18-20. �'' 43d dito-Lieuteiiaut William Eraser, from half-pay Rifle Brigade, to be Lieutenant, vice John Echlin Matthews, who excliaiiges, receiving Ihe iliffereuce-r-dated as above, 47lh ditto-Lieutenant Egerton Charles Isaacsonj from balf-payi5Ist Fool, to be Lieuleniiiit, vice Thomas Lut-trell, who eiichauges^ receiving the diiference-dated June 22, 1820 50(h dillu-Lieoirnant James. ,Bngg>, fiom half-pay 9lBt Foot, lobe Lienlenant, vice William Nuwiaii, who exchanges, receiving the difference-dated as above. 60H> ditto-Captain Charles Leslie,'fi^m  half.pay of the Regiment, to be Captiiin, vice James L. Nixon, who exchanges-daied July 6, 1820. 68lh ditto-Lieutenant Edward ,RpWljy Hil|, frpm half-pay .43 . exchanges; 93d dillb-H-.....     .,      , purchase, vice Rdse, appoiirtM to Utel9lh Foot-dated July b', 1820. '-^ '        ' . l�t Royal ;Ve�jer,onB(inarimi.      , To be Lieatenaiilii-Lieutenants Jniii ,'A'tiglist 16, at five, 17, and 26, at teii, al ibe White'Horse Ion, tJlley, York. Aimrneys,. Messrs. Few, . Ashniore, an4 Hamilton, Heniietta^slreetj Coven (-garden, . London; and Mr. Barrel, Otley. Thomas Sackell, of Berdmondsey-wall, Bermondsey, Surrey, sbip-wright, lo surrender, July 22, 29, al twelve, and August 26, at eleven, at Xiuildhall, London. Attorney, Mr. Ingold, Jamaica-row, Bermondsey. William PreRlol^ lute of Dove-conrt, Georgc-slieet, Mnn-sion-House, and formerly of King's Head-C'>nrt, Fisli-slreet-hill, London, bristle-merchant, to anrreiuler, July 22, 29, and August 26, at twelve, at Guildhall. Attorneys, Messrs. Collingjidge and Poller,-Cnleman-streci. William Rockliffe, now or late of Chalham, Kent, baker, lo surrender, July 18,Augn5l l,and2fi, al lea,at Guildhall, Londonj Attorneys, .Mr. Neliton, Essex-street, .Strand, London; and Mr. JpiVerys, .Chatham. William Mattev, of Leominster, Hereford, .nuctioneer, lo surrender, July'20, at seven,21,and August 26, at leu, at the Royal Oak .Inn, Leominster. Atlorneys, l\Ie.ssrs Jenkins, James, and Abbott, New Inn, London; and Mr.Culem�n, Leominster. William Heap'and Joseph Heap, of Hepworib, Yoik, clolhierr, to'surrender, August 7, 8, and 26, at eleven, at Ibe Sessions Hnu.se, Wakefield. Attorneys, Mr. Lee, Wakefield; and Mr. Lake,'Caleaton.street, London. Rfchard Wace, of Castle-streel, Falcon-square, London, merchant, to surrender, July 18, August 1, and 26, al eleven, at Guildhall. Attorneys, Messrs. Dennett, Greavo, Baxendale, and Tathain, Kiiig's-yaid, Colemaii-slreel, James Gillelt, late of CruWii-court, Fleet'slreet, London, piinler, lo surrender, Jnly 18, 22, and August 26, al eleven, at Guildhiill. Attorney, Mr. Spencer, Belvidere-pluce, Bo-rough-road. Joseph Harrison, ofSaxilby, Lincoln, timber-merchant, to surrender, July 31, at six, August 1, and 26, at ten, at Markliam Moor Inn, NoUinghain. Attorneys, Mr. Mee, of East'Retford, Kottingham; and Messrs. Slocker, Daw. son, and Herriogham, New Boswell-court, Cary-slreet, London.  . William Willnns, of South Shields, Durham, clothier, to surrender, July 19; at eleven, August 9, al seven,and 26, at eleven, at the Rose and Crown Inn, South Shields. Attorneys, Messrs. M egginsons and Poole, Haltuu-garden, Lon-don ; and Mr. Anderson, Sooth Shields. Joseph Waring, of Somerset-place, Middlesex, and of Bar-ner's-tcrrace,Surrey, factor, to surrender, July 18^ August 1, and 26, at fen, at Guildhall, London. Atlorueys^ Messrs. Biissand Ellis, Verulam-biiildings, tiray's Inn. Samuel Bradbury, of Oxford-street, Middlesex, draper, lo surrender, July 22, 2-2, and August 26, at ten, at Gnildhall, London. AUorueys, Messrs. Willougbby, Serjeaut's Inn, Fleet-street, London. John Walden arid Mary Walden, late of Hackney, Middle-sijf, butchers, In siirreitderiJuly 22, 29, ajid Auanst 26, at twelve, at Guiidball, London. Attorney, Mr. Earushaw, Red Cross-street, Cripplegale. Joseph Tucker Crawford, formerly of Si. John's, Newfoundland, late of Lisbon, and now of Judd-street, Brunswick-square, Middlesex, merchant, to Rurrciiiler, July 22, 29, and Abgnst 26, at twelve, at Gnildhall, London. Atlorneys, Messrs. Madux and Sidney, Austin-fri'jrs,.Londou. Henry Ezard, ofBrenlford, Middlesex, carpenter, to sor-rende/, July 22, 29, and August 26, at ten, at Guildhall, London.   Attorney, Mr. Wilmot, Essex-streel, Strand. Abraham Howard, late of St. Swiihin's-laue, London, and Keuniugton-place, Surrey, merchant, to- surrender, July 29, August 1, and 26, at one, at Guildhall, Londuu. Attorney, Mr. Ruckle, Size.laue, Queen-street, London. James Reed, of Dowgate-wharf, Upper Thames-street, London, wharfinger, to surrender, July 22, 29, and ..^ugust 26, at twelve, at Guildhall. Attoritey, Mr. Hinduiau, Basing-hall-stre^t, London. DIVIDENDS. September 16. T< Creaay, uf Chelmsford, Essex, draper, at eleven, at Guildhall, London. August 9. J. Boutlt,.liite of Gloucester, chinaman, at eleven, at the Legs Of Man Inn, Bursiem, Stafford. August 14. W. Edwards, late of Laiigford, Soinerset, tanner, at twelve, aC the Commercial Room;, Bristol.   ' August 6. J. Kit-kman, of the Wellingfou Brewery, City- road, Middlesex, brewer, at twelve, at Gutldhall, London -pap'.r-lmnMr.fl)   .9, .tj* ' '� August 5. C. Jarkabit'i (if uiipi^ Thame�-5lr�lv, w . ingar.faclor, ilTJ^ri&^gWfclKitt ' ""''^' ' �" " ' Ansii�i^.'J^.'Notl^ gfs;1arlM0>;t.shiftlYtti�erj al o!it}� al'tbc Ruil^me.- Ta�e.f)iirBi?)(�K'.'i-      1; -.-.ir -     ' * Aiiijagt S. A. AiHters.{|bfo5J^bi(p(>l;r4ile,,^Ouifoo,,tnerc^ at eleven, at OUrfdhiliL'i  .7'   ';' , ' i  Midd(e8e�,'lail6*'Me'�e*^if|#C&|i|�^ Auga>t'12: Ji. JA�fi\A,iofim^lbaaf at oii.,, ,at Gujidbajl, IfiMm,   i.;'zinp ',�:,">().,-!.   -' AoRust 1?., J. ;P�ljio,,_�|f^ J/Kft(i;.^,^fe^t..^'|iidt(ie,�exv '"0 ..f Riiih'ojJSgaters'lieel, Loiidon^ je^^ftUiBfj at iiii'e, al Guilill'iuii. Augiist 5; J. fc.Cof|�. Ui?a^K'^V^�i�'n^l^ii(il:Hlr^^,,bI�ll oiv.y a prisonerof ib'e 'KiMg*i�'BtticIl',.'iA/rlnaiil;i)t ettven, at Guildlull, Lomluu.,'..'     ' : fi'ecpi�>l; ahip-chandlef, aX twWye, at the Office of,-Mr.j>dge, Dir"i=y:laue, Lii.erpodl. i. i. ililar.'ilialK'of .yaiiHitsiei; (lyauer. a� leu. at tU-i ' A'T.sin*-9.'Tt. HY-K*^',' J.f IJiA.HfiJr.I,'' dhiflW.'' IWen-a'rapo.S ' nt two'ai.tlie-BiyJi, InUjvUMiw^ 4^usJ�Jt;;]�'\>..>]:.;i)ud^i and �i.jH.idS(piv t4';l>vcTp"ool. Slup- ell^rs, Btj "lie, ai.jbe,Geors. J. F. M.'i'cbin and J. S Gill,'of (;iuii(-..ii( r-.ilrt-cl, Qizci:-9qn�^le, Middlesex, sorgical-insIViinnill'inrllifi-s.-T. IVi-i-r', uf SlielKcbl-.Moor, SUilHeld, York, ghx .-i .-t-W. rh-MMUiii', Ute uf Gra.vesrnd, Ke.ul, provision*"!*'!(.liiint.-J. I.. .Mui* ex. m-snrai.Ci^.bioker-D.^Vutleii, late of Spread Eualc-Loiu t, Finch-lane, Lu'ndon, hiff-bi-oker -J. S'lver, uf ..'^'?:*-!itnf, Loudon, iiierelmnt.-S. George, lale of N.nibi-rlI , Pciiibnikc-, lint-n-draper.-T. Hahly,. of Birmingb;iin, 'ineic'iin:ii -Ci. Jones, of Bristol, mercbanl.-M. Moiikbouse, of Bedweliy, Monmouth, apntbecal-y. PARTNERSHIPS D13.S0LVF.D. J.C. May, of Jauies-strecl, M.in(liesU'i-si)uare, am! W. Woodland, of  Barretl's-courl,  Wigniorc-siieel,  Initkby-crs, June 5, 1820.-A. M;irsliall,  sen.  and   A. i'M;iisli:iU. juti.of Holboru.b.irs, carVtrs and gilibrs, July Hi !S20 - 'i�.Grfnder and'M. O. Jones, of St. Pitnrii Ctiorcli ya-rd, Lou-: don, staliouers, June? 30; 1.6-iO,-J- Ih Crouclufis.-aofl--Gi; |.^Wa|>sliatl, of Luug lane, BermoH f luMeiibiitii Courl-rond, Loudon, lallow.cban.lli.; 3, Join- '34, ' tS'il) -J GiinW.'sinilb and J. Grace, of Oid Jewry, London, Deceuibci' 31, 1819-T.J. Fiiwceiland R. Fawceil, of Olil-sirsct, .Si. Luke's, iMiibllfst)., and.of Sweeiiiig's-alfey, Coriihtll, London, UUow-cfiaudlers, July 10, 1S-2U. PRICE Ol- SUGAR. The average price of Brown or .Vluschvadn Sugar, corr-puted from the Returns made in iiiew>ek dmliiig the l'2ili day of July, 18-20, is 37s. Od. pvr Inindj-eil weigbt, i.x-clu.sive of ibe dnlles ui ciisloins p-iid (m- p;ty:ib!c ibelcon on the iiuporiuiion thereof into Cireat Brituiii. Pi;iCE.S OF CORN. Average Prices of Corn of l-'.n..rl:ind and \V.-iles, by Ihe Quarter of Eight Wiiichestrr Bns!jels, aiiJ ci I ).->tiiu.i'.l |if-r bollof 1401bs. avoii-.lupoise, I'i'oin Ibe relnriis rcteivu.l io l!:e week ended the 81I1 -( Julv, IB'iU. , 							 							 ..5:		s					 s.   ll.	s.   fl		.�.   tl	.V.	X.   i!	.V.     (J	S    r(. 69   6	44   4	35 111	2b   '.'	4i 11	4     b	56   I-	 1M P E lilA L PAH Li A i'J F. .V 7'. HOUSE OF LOIIDS, SiTURD.iY, July li. ROYAI. ASSENT. At three o'clock the Lord C'liANTKi.r.o"., ihp Mtrquis of CaudeN, and ihe Earl i.t' .Sit aft tt Kt.. I( Y, look llltir Sfils, upon the WooUack, as lii-s .-iiujesls's Ciiminisisioners, and coinnianded Hie Geiillen-:i:i Usl.pr t�t' ihte Blat.k Iio.d In siiin-inon the House of Coinnums lo ibeir Lurtislnjjn' Iju, {'or ilj..-purpose of bearing tin- C'innmissio!) n-ad, for giving llii;' Roynl Assent lo cerloin Bills iberein ^p' cifiLd. 'I'be Speaker uf llie House of C'lmiiumi;, ulleiultftl by. Ui? Chancellor of llie Excheij-jtr, uiul sc'.t-i'iil nlbfi. MfMibe''?,. soon after a^rancrd lu i!ie bar, wlit-ii ilie Commlssiun beiinj read, ihe Royal As.-teul war. �;iveii lo ijie Lotlery llill, ?hcOnr^ Million Five Hundred Thousand PntinHs Treiisiiry BiUh' Bifl (Ir^Jaiid), the Union Duties Bill, the P.^per Uu>i>s BiU, Uic ConS'jIidaled Fund Eiil, llie Cofiee Regiilntinn li.lj, ilj.- Dcr merara Slaves lleuiuval Bill, llic Isle uf .Man i'laile Bill, ,3(1" New South Wales Dniies Bill, Linen Bnnnliej {l.-i-l-and) Bil'. the Sugar Bounties Bill, the St. John's Town and IlailnnK-(Newfoundland) Bill, ibe Americ:Mi C.jionies Bill, ihe C.j-louial Audit Bill, ihe Court of Kiiij's Hei;cb PrDcepilin^ Bill, iheTbauies Police Cunliiumu(.-t; .4cl Bip, Iht,* Fenl;�.^. Whipping Diacouiiiuiaiicfi Bill, tiie inianil (."^ual Nav'gaiiu.i Hill, Ihe Welsh Coal Bill, Ihe VeonTJiny Coi p.! /lirljncjj Bill, the Dublin House of Indiislry liiH, I'l'-' Dunb-ary Harbour Bill, the IVew Slrrol AinciMlnii.ut Hill, the Exeler Market Removal Uill, and 27pj-iiii.! /iilU. The Speaker and ibe oibcr .MtniiKif of Ibe Honae of Commons llirn wilbdrew,' The Brewers License Bill ;!rfl;\i!il), Hie Ea�t India Ci.in. piny's Volunteers loill,'lli.; Marines Detea.^e.l liet.illv.s Bi.l, and Ibe Poi'lpulfii U il.ifb.ur Bill were re.j.l tlie ibn-;! lime and passed. - ..... Mr. B.'Ogden, and oilier .Members of the HouFi* if Com-mons, brought lip a flh'ssiige from Ibeir House lliat lli*.) bid agreed to the amendnieiii.s made by their Loid'-bips ui the Uvbourers Wages Bill. The srfnie Ilononnii^le Membrii brought up Ibe Spirits Kennlaliun Hill [Si-oiIuihI), lbc,l.ii-uaiic A.sylnm ([i-eUnil) Bill, llie Spirits Duties'.{Scotbijiil^ Bill, the Post Horse Dniies Bill, Ibe Spiriis Regii,latiun'(Ir>.-Und) Bill, the Spiriis (Irelanil) fpilrconrMe Bill, the Am-v Prize-money Bill, the Higji .Seas'Oll'euces Bill,' the iliisoi vent Debtors Relief. Bill. (.Ireland),-and the 'AppropriMiuu Bill, which were severally read a first lime.-.irijuUrurU, liOUSE OF COMMONS, Sii^uKbAX, Jol-e ;li',i' THE QUEEN'S'PLATE^Wl^iiHBLp.. '' '.  ^ Dr, LvsHlKGTON roise and Sp'oU^aiTo4fo�*ir " iVIr. Speaker-I regret' ekitemtlyiJie ebst^iiee' of llitt Noble Secretary of Stale for Foreign Affsirs   

From 1607 To The Present

Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!

Growing Every Second

Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.

Genealogy Made Simple

Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

Choose the Membership Plan that is right for you!

Unlimited 6 Month

$99.95 (45% Savings!)

Unlimited page views for 6 months Learn More

Unlimited Monthly

$29.95

Unlimited page views for 1 month Learn More

Introductory

$9.95

25 page views for 1 month Learn More

Subscribe or Cancel Anytime by calling 888-845-2887

24 hours a day Monday-Saturday

Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!

Your Membership Includes:
  • 25 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a Monthly Membership only for $29.95
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
Best Value! Save -45%
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

Search Billions of Newspaper Articles 130 Million+ Pages and More Added Weekly!

Uncover 400+ Years
of Newspaper Archives
(1607 to today!)

Browse by Date

Research Newspaper Articles from 11 Countries
& all 50 U.S. States

Browse by Location

Explore 6,200+ Current &
Historical Newspaper Titles
and Counting!

Browse by Publication