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   British Press (Newspaper) - August 1, 1820, London, Middlesex                                THIS EVENING, aiDESUAy, A��ii�t 1, will-be peribrmed MozajrCk emiid ronittuticrPilrra, fntilird, T or; TfiE�Mysri�iB!t of        - Eixdof iit^Bni icq tbn JKe�^ Dirmitemetitf euiilled iVoiiri(e,Qallei;of Tiie 4!t t, petfimfd4be tgipftlat Oojnic SkefcU cabled �)d?r. MissCCarr^j'.-   '   '    -      n  jlladame^%ifrw-^(^ o ppeannce i n that iCSiWfS^, -^ta-ia ^Iiii S!r�{|41 P�sr1iuin; Mr. Tetty ; pKkitfUr^tl^tMiliU&viTittib, $�. aiRntseit.' HollyFencliam Misi R.f�t:^(t�r9itij i�ratae)>npotflbi Bngiisli SlaEe); fiIrr.'PeacbaQ, Mn^IS^rce^ ijiqy^LQcfcii, ^n.C. Kemble. fire fBisfe. Or a, 6,3. s. Lenitive, m'J?-Ett�e1h Mfc^Caddy, Mr, JVIeredilh; Heart (rail, Mr. Bakery Label, Mr. Wjiliotnii; Juba, lUrs. Jooes^ tllrsiC^^fySlln^Pmeei Cat0\ineiMn.C.KemWe. Places To^ tbe:B(k� 10 be taten of the Theatre.     >   7    ^ lo consequence'^fAe'iuiprMedailed ^access ot The Dc|;> gai-** Opera^ it will fae-rep^ed.  '      ^      " To mprrairr^a^.S�^;og^a Bejievingi and A BolandJ'or aa Oliver. "" , A new  Publiccan ^ee the fluctuations.- rew,TldW� 7~ Kratrf^Jys, street, wfiere act^d wifb r AUTfl^ Htid'Co. Slock-Brokers, 8,Cori,hJJ, and 12QiOxford street, rcqnest the atient^oii of their la tb^t�raM!Ol,'Scheme, confident that'the; 1tti)iaii with t1le%rratrpropurtlon-.oE^P^^ ^{fpnVaK i Vhfepriucipal'^F^IifreS'^f .'tVis' ^ ^'t        r^" --.yifh-^juV. lc?*�WBrj(*Web^;�Wl�bfrey�r jb'tb^CovmiDcni^iid;:?^^^ the-^^ 4tI^N,i C300Q;IiUeK.-and' COri IftUl^iulumr <|Hlhit.P.rf*�v�lt -SCHEStE of M'ATfe J*(33!fi�yja;B,pP�.Tirk5ts� i^l Sterr The-fir8f^jt4 16 t^a nllulinl'to, i I irrfiaai'rftl TiS-kW*^''! liv�b ' "^^      PROVIDENT LIFE OFFICE,       ' 1      ,      JIEGENT-STREET. FEUSONS in^tired for, I^ife in,this Office �hhre ibe ProOfs sePTENNUl.l.T. with the original Membersi -arcording Jo� their respeclive� Cnnlribntions:- ThDs^.:by the specific snms-insnred, and conlin)>ent profit;, they have the fullest value for their, payments, in amanner neartybimilar to>th'atnntil Ntely adopted in the.JSquflable Qtf?<'�f'bul-'w;th this::|iresinned � improvment, viz.';lhat( as the orij!iiial Membera have raned a permanent F.un dee{ned amplyVoflScieni^for the purpose of indem'nity,it is provided, thntno'pe>�onal responsibility :�bill ;allsGb to the Policy Holilem;' Hence tbnso who seek-protection are secured from, uncertainty lihd-risk of loss as lu a Proprietary OIHrc, hav-ipe!a"f"ree~inlieriiable:Gapilal^and:are entitled to a partici-paliuit in-tbe;prafitSj as in a Union .&iciely. These, 'profits have been reofirerf to a constdefabfe c-xle.nt; the first "Tipp-IfenhiatiliVidend wari'l3{:8s. per ceAt.j the srcoud (recently-mBdeB.�f,I2;..w.topetherj40ipercent. - 'j>/f|{/ai^::j|fen-{psnred a| this Office nre not charged with any addifioiiaT^reffliom .tiiilesB-ralled into acfsa/servire: . ,Ji0 admitttonjfefi ^arc,required, nor is any charge mide. for i)oGcier,exceptibe stamp duly., .... J. T. BARBER BEAUMONT, ;f .-� --ManSglog Director., ^. AgeA(s�re lippoiated in all the principal Towna in Great. Biitailti; who viire'also"Agents to the COUNTY FIBE OEFICEi^oundedowsimtlarprinciples. >      !^ ' TbiSiday is published, iir4 vols. ISmo. price 1/. 3s.' . ^T, KATHLEEN; or, tl.e ttotk of-Dennis. 51 , , "     moyli! a Novel. ' By.vibe AUTlrORof "Reddiolid fhe Eebel," &c.. * Prtuted foV A'.'K.^ewraan and Co. Leadenball-street. '     fVrt" Th^-(foUo�iDE willappear IbisSatBMer:  d'ai ' ..On,:^turday last the ^^1 : ejccbeqdsk and Mr Bai and.immedialely repairedflo iliglft,anclifae'whole: of. the day. JameiJ?urfo�( committed; liadles-Hrrr^. particularly ;faid�peak.J (i||ie Otlunc^aRON of ibe lutem)' armed in this city, ' H.;T%ercarendi(r'w;is very wee^trurd; ifanng Ibe, YORKSHIRE ASHIZES, July 27. Before Mr. Justice Vavlk. ~   assault^-milner t),.I.AUPJLUGH. Mr. BRODteUAlR, said this was an action of acsaull, and, he might Kay, ofbattery.   the. parties were farmers and. neighbours,' but, unfortunately, tlify dnl not live on vrry neighbourly.'lerms.'i-lnilced' the Dcfendini'slungoveriiable temper raBde'it.impossfble to live nrar, turn in peace;' Uii'* fortunatelyitou.rorbimseir, as perhapa Ibcir verdict wnuld. find, he was a man of g^at streng'h o<' i'ody, and was dis-' liiiguislied by the 3ippellation'of liip Bob.   Tlie PlaintifiT, on the coirtW'y, was o? a nieagie and inconsiderable, he~ bad alffiostsi^J puny,appearauce. ^oraedispnles hadariseii belfreen them, and oae:ieveniug the Plainliif, r}  was a large horse, -Mouutrd^. bn'bia;liuge^t^,?liig.Bab rode against his clienrand-liis lit^ l]erliurse^ t-a.-walli'to' frbiclvbrjwas violently plreBsedi'iThe.jory;WDuld shew bylbeir f-yerdietwhaiherftttiantbusrejotcing-in his strength .waklat^yr. >mnnizeo�.l�^:bls.we�kFTjjr.otherin IhislandofliberlyandUw; They w^uld �ado�bl�ai hear a fiiiespeecb on the other sideV frolic bis Old)fneiidi'!My:'iUlne, but tjiey would at !His.Lordship..tb);n addressedJbe Jury, who, after a short; consultation, found all the Prisoners G�if/p.-Z)eal>l>'Qeqe� folteqoiet-, tjiey bait bejter go lo *�it^.li^M qfaMlbatn again got �p and drank,," M�f i^*' from the b�iJis0nhe.b .^bfitcbeffl,.iiiid^46^ . . mettt,'jbr  4i|ittnd'aN-nl      s ; ' H berltJHid Bares, and ciHifirsinl the last wiinesa^^rtlU*m�iit, He slated the lime to> be betwrttttiireeaudfiHir,   ^ Tffe PrUaBR-; in kt* defence, denied spfetikiiqr >m>J� iacb words, and said'She soMlers were, ndt ^iMlnl* in, l\� flut �niom:; A dog Went froBiibie.^m raoiiii�brt�>Pri�aAcrsa*> I wilb'his coanpsi^oiia,.and: Prisoner ,w$ntafk<:i;4t;to-]b�';MW' 'dier�'mom,ana Iben'thesuldiersclrjidc himonilte:^rinMl.{ -   John Jarhfon wasconiing from bbwoik 8t'b�ir-paSfr; .7 ; and went with a companion to driuk'it the honsr.: '$3oc went fronr Ihei^ce to tlie kircfaelt; Praoner weiit : when Ga had been in abost-a minute^, toqrd a scDfflis.-i'^ r,. The Chairman:here,^taied^ tbis .badinoibingto^fh^vUlt 'ilie/caiie.  It related to. a subsequent ptsH'eal^fl^J^icb: ; other trials were coming on, and sugenfedjt Was:imur�|le�i fortbePrisofieylorurart-exMntieWm.      ' "-^ f TbrreoibevwUaeasiMr^m, calleiHii^lbb-part'Of tUj^JPrU lihaf tbree immediatelyfunnd the DefendantG^a Gbeethampimeforil,and took it a�ay,.sVyiog Ibey wanted to slealit. lu about five or ten: miontes Cheetham came to'lbe:duor, aiid.insislediipon his coming in ; witntsa desired- bim to go away ; he forced bis 'wayinv witness told bim togolo his own;company ::Cheet. ham Iran in and got'iexamin�nt:by his l^gs^.- and.lbrrw him down; Cheetham held him down ; three or four came in in'abOat-two or three miuutea; tliey cametu Cbeel-iham's assistance; they Idcked' witnrss upon the legs and Joins and bark; witness was then on the ground. Wbcu the olhen came in,':Moare came to witnest'sAssntanee. :>>Thfre wvresix or seven cameiAj they said ^ Kill the hrw-r backed batchers.!' When aitn^ was kiuirked down, be bad not slmck ajjiow; was bruised in several places. A-aoldier's Wife, who was attending tbe.bar for the Inndlady,'Was pushed a-top of witness. Could not see what Moore was about; Edward Landers, a; private-, came-in lihassisl WtlneSs( who-was.tben on the ground.'-v.^Tbere were somebnodredagotr abont lEe windows, shouting Kill tbeb->~^fa|id^d bal-rhers !**. Cheetham took a patt^ this The whole lime.r- One of ibie witnesses who wtVBK the box.ashorl lime-smce I rorlheJDefeqdaot, wasone-'of-lliepersunsassaniting. Be. fore gotog into the kitchen Cheetham tbreatened they >bonld .fae1ieatbefore>.tbey left Oldham.- Be. bad'jnid the same f about a Tortttfglilt before.      , - Crof�.�taHiii|�^,Jiiy fie PrI(aser.--Doetnot vcollecl Ibe dog came ill ^sectmd lime;jdid.aol strike-Cheetbamun the breti^t before-be ran at-witness's leg*;-could, not see-any. thll^t hat orcutred'between Moore- Bn        / , Itfr. 'mjeanj La^cs and / Mi*. CHmv CQUdncled \hi Ptaidltff s case.; and^MK BmitDs tbfr Oe^tiidaiiL^i. ' > U appeared in, evidence that the Drfendapi^^ liern a clicbl oflhePbiniiffynndm an^ctjoa brp&gb(b^^^^ on1ns.liebair,V-.verdicl to the ambun^of dOf. dloWge* and "costs �(M jreenvered.," lKe,Plain}iff m^OAvJitgsttltied tbe bttsinet* to Ijie salisfociion of the Oefenduili^lbe UHer pet bE^ rt'^Bbrheslrr oiiabe'19tb 3f^Jftly%il�fI'yea�> and faXfd bipi with rotaejES inlbe iaos^cMon�]�m�MhwU�t be bad not, paid over jhe money jrecoresed, and-aUttnr that be wH�">i^oldt�gbe^bVt1�'had li^tedWoM^Whlm tbairttJl^dwayjiwn^^i^^fiat'hsr (wghM�%� ^L^'^Tbia d^a�ssaali>lhjevvrselitaelMu ^aa brovgbVtlw-Pbiintiff'a X.^s^sianu|^ibU4te (TuMEeou* fuwU^fWt upon bia ,_. . io|iirioo� to him lh�a. the: vlof�.ii?e w^h vwhcb'si^'was'srcompsnied. ..... > -Mr,"'iatf�ev,'Wiih-conSfdrrable sbillly, adilressrd the Jnrjr-iu-mtigalion of ("amages, and cunlendrd ibal llie ' �f�mti!itX cilin �uu]d.heampte:�omprasrtioi>: for the suppuw d .ilfiuty-wliicbttiePlaiotiffhsdrerrivrd; ::^ Tbe Jury found fur the Plamliff-Damages 20r. ' ' CROWN SIDE. ' BANiC'OF ENGLAND PROSgCUTlONS Tttetard tyoftWi/, Satratt/Wapi uvdThmas'HciiiPi/^', weresi-vrrany Udicled fortitttriug forged BaukbfEfiala.l jiotr*,-knowing ihrm.to-be furerd; but'bsvjiig pri-'jii.il' �&kOt^sto Ihe-roittbr'offence, of hirowinely haviug'f i>i !{f ! botes tit their pOiuessi&o, the capital cbaree wa'sab�nien/A. CUTTING ANd'mAIMINO. Jothun itvcA was indicted under the 43fl Uro 1ll.rh.58, for malitriuuslycntting off the left-baoduf John Cook, wiili a sword, on the I7th of June last, lu the parish of <'hfll ham.. lUr..BoLi.ANlii couilucird Ihe-prusrcutiunj bihI TAr. Common Serjfant and iVIr. ADOLPni;s the defence. The case w<-\a tbi&:-ibe Priiieeutnr ami a parlv "f young men had hern playing a crickrl-niaich on ihe 17i'.i of June. In the evfning they retired tu resale lfaerasrlvr-< at Ibe Arliciiuke public-house,, at Challiam. Aboi t twelve o'clock- at night Ibc psrty weie aboiU to reuni 10 their liomea, when itiey saw the prisoner in the tap-room, sittineat the tattle. n�riifgiiirlined fur seme fun, thry'br-' gan to quiz the Prisoner by.rayinir ibnl '.Squint Rock's car-' riage siopprd the wny, ami waa ready lo take.hiiu up. At, that momrnt a cast came op to ibe door., and a lirty separated. The Prisoner in bis way home was ovrrtulicii by a brother of the Pnisrculor, to whom llesaiil, " yuu: are one of the '.three- <3uoks," aud I will do for you all one of these days;-you work at Sir Juhu Fags's, but you stuiil not work Ihrre two raonlbs: longer. Nulliiiig^ fiirtlier passed, , and- they separatrd;- About half.pai^t twelve o'c(o<:k theProseculor, who badoccuioBto pa�s iha Prisoner's bouse, was pnrsuiiig bis way home, aail wht^i-be cameto-tbe Pnsouer's-bonse he saw a inau slaiuiinir ou ihi�:-otbn- aide of lbs hedge,.and presently, the Priaunrr sai  put me into' the cart." The Ppusrcntor assured turn be'was out-;-when' the Pri�oner replied, ^.Lf;.]:=.:�^�'�itr9i|ttui:wew one (: wovMmuyott [brongbr* !flie PrUonrrhad a sword �� h>s' hand, aud without any furtfatT vbsrrvatiub, madea push at' ibe Prosecutor, hut missedhim. Be then aimed at his head: and shoulders, and cut him ial*o phces.- Tbe Prosecutor immediately seized a hed^-stake in his defence, and was making his j^ay towards a wall, to get over and escape, when he was followed, and the Prisoner aiming a blow at bit' left arm, which he held up as a guard, he-struck theh.iiiil' clean off at tbe wrist joint. The Prispner stilt pursued Jnm, and .simed-several blows at tbe Prosecutor, who evenlnatty escaped over tbe wall, leaving his hand behind.- The Prisoner then returned to his house, and jrent to bed.- It appeared ibat when Ihe Prisoner had returHed-home from, tbe Artichoke public-house, hewasin a great passion, and complained of liein^very ill used by some people, and immediately look down a rifleman's sword, aud. said he wouM tee himself righted. He bad just gone.ynt Of his bouse wjrii shiB weapon, wiien Ihe Prostcutor came up as above described. It was swurn,:that when the Prosecutor saw the sword, he said tv the Prisoner," 1 don't care for you or vuur culias, and I'll pull you up font." Io4heslrug);le ilir Prosecutor struck the Prisoner in his own defence with the hedge stake, which was very large, but decayed. These were tbe principal circumstances of the case. The Prisoner received a good character from several witnesses, who, however, said that his temper was very hasty- When told of the mischief he bad dune to the I'rosecotur,-he expressed his sorrow for what had happened, and said: be wished he could re'ilure the hand to its placr. Mr Baron Wood summed up the case fur ihe Jury, and charged them, that they must be salufied the Prisoner had acted maliciousJ/ before Ibey could find hiin�uilty. The Jury found Ihe Prisooer.Guilty.-'Z>eaM. NEAPOLITAN REVOLUrfON. NAPM3, july 8. One of the lasttneaBures adopted by oiirCJovtrn* meiit, for overawiug both the nation uitd the ariby, and repressing the demand fur a Con^tuttqn^ vros to. jiublish. iii the official Cia;;efii^or July 4 ,(two (Jays before the RevoluliQU'broke out), the: folJowing, Note of the Russian .Goverument, atlrfrrased to the Spanish Minister resident at St. Petersborgli. You see, by this document,: that'^ lli^ EinptTor of H(i*Biu strongly condetnus every Coustitutiou iui-' {losed on a Sovereign by force,       ^ KOTE;.OV THE  IMPEaiAL  RUSSIAN MINISTRY TO '   THE RESIDENT SPANISHmiNISTEa.    . - Petersburgb,.ApriJ 20 (M.iy 2). Thenotewhieb the Chevalier de Zed deBcrmiiilrz ad-idressed to ihe Ministry of Rbssia, under ibie^'daie of Ihe '19ih of April, faas been laidbefore the Emperoi'-.' '  . Constantly animated witbi the: desire: of seeing the pros, perityof ihe Slate and tbe glory of the Sovereign nisinlaiu-log themselves and flourishing tot^th^ in Spalii, bis Ma. jesly the- Emperor could not,..^.Uhuut.prtifii|uud.aQicl|H>, learn the events which have' occasioned llie o^iiial. uu'it: d� Ibt? Chevalier Zea. - -     :^ ^.     :.i -    c.. ' Even tliough thtise events should be considercafpnly 3Mhe' deplorable conseqveuces of the e'rrp'rs, whiHi; sineel]Ke.:y'eai^ 18}4j seemed lo .have presaged li caiaslroph^ for :the penin-r suta, stitl-nq1hipg.cAn-jbStify.;tl a violent crisis. ^.-.Tuo. often have similar disorders' auiioaiiceU' days of .sorrow for empires. - '' � ' .-: -_::.�"'::'/,k::- '--The: future for Spain appears aEain-pnder'*aombrOu>i' and 4islurhed :!a8pecti  Well-founded disqui^i^^unust'^et awakened throughout all -Eurbpef ::bol :the, jsa^retiseritiicia .ibese.f ircumslanc^srare, iiiid-Ihe; mure Ibey \a^^ becoming, fatal -to IbM ^eii^ral rti^nquilitly^^;^w1iicb' :l|(e |' th'Ht>^dbi^i^^ ta prpnobnce^eparAtely;- witb-,|ire.cipitAiop4ja laiiled ,oe ejtclnsive views,{9,deftpiliyie?judj;mept o^:lb^   

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