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   British Press (Newspaper) - August 10, 1820, London, Middlesex                                Mr^Tv:fi�^,?ft'3H, p'flfiaii^l'Jfc'iVacKfs, tie�re'fi�.^V.fiW ! ' ^l^wiftlKces K*aiT.J)B taken .miboitt 'Sichelii lieBiiti pnf chnn�d 1 lft>i>adrk w^lF be>b)>eni'jl.triTilaW:pb�r Six. o'clock,, and' Boxra,: Xs>' SpcdikI -Pricf,: Ss; 6d,-pjl," 3s^-6d. -Second^ � 'Wterjl-: l.�j:.,Sr^(l,Pric<\^di' - Sj       '      ' -Tbefrrp LtsfccaiHwt be.extetfrted to these :P�rfprini A.      wil^ be perrnrniefl titc popiiUr;F�rce;(if  �      I L -J i^f^fcBjK.<' a< by p^rmiMiQH, �o be� 1 l6.y.iaiglj.Wib�Ducbe8�ofKei�l,iu8vo phcelDs 6J ^ *nn<�d fat 0 ami V^Jb WbrtlBie.;, w, 4ye.M�ri�-Ijftel:: i** rro ^oltitr wilt openr (11^ vnliime vithoift �f^lt?)r ro gip-Aiic,jjI1hrqa|:hant:.;.' nor/C^^iitBhevnTnlfe at,lhe j;on^l�s5jrt withftnt bi-inliteiiefiled by the Au(hur'� remarks;"-Mew Montbly Mag, Au'bu8I,'1826,- '   ' ! J        U A)�o, bylhe^nne Adthdr, "    J ' Tbc POOR GIRL'S aet.P ip a knowUdge of ibe ^nt pnncipteanf (he CHRISIIAN REUGIOR, qait loathe S:itrameDl 'of'lbeftflrd'a'Sitppn'.' Sicond Edttioai pMce Ss S^r boards i ^ . <       i Sfi^ffft*? WgwiSg?.}, Wi''Ut4tote� 4B�^P.-�l!�rtftpV*�'i? -''-V '* "^'ilVCch a^'Be'^d'ded, iBeffivonrHe'Op^r* bS ^eiiFWKjar. I}ura*et. Capl*�^ BeI�jlle, Mr. Comer; WfeWMr-pTirAnW te.a, Ulife R. Com th�r4d hp. jW%V#a*i�lb�*icfiBraeieVDj, florf��,Moi.Kliidail, Pbeeb*. '-^^S^^^'tbe^o^^^ta^Vajlen    kr M.�ingb.,n, parts,fonhiled on the G�febra{�^t>le called Duda, :    Mil�4^S>Arje)r>|ies9t;iroj�iji^ri: .    �? 41!^lfrM^m^i(>^�t^K^^ffim-^^^ Mr. T. H; CooJt^; tim^,  Xjidy lHatgaK Wt3t.M. S Cbatterley; Bn^t, . �ljrjt.fi4i�iferJffij^,ftliiBp,. e9rma|i; �m<*lii5tf?. SaheHt^'Mri-Mir^  , Miss-^oretH'; Ctcelf^Mut Kelly.,   . . iSojsoatlnaeiwlih    fevpiiMie Op^ : ^.BAcB.ELOaS' V^iVBS; 1   ' ".aitteljeiS fiepi�iy;jMr'iv::;;^Cfa'&rley, CapifMelfort jTT,'=%**aj^l>J[^p.|..Gsylo�e,.MT^^^^ : Emily, Miss'  - ./yiJ 'l'i^4?'" Taj Eigbi s'elotjfj for ^�'*3^%'V"ft?*';^f^*J^Pffj^w^d .Pric^i^vbich jommeuGes-at BoKeji^TSa-^'Spcorid Bndc; aji'^-PiL'Sa.,; Serond Price, 'Ttt.^rrO*'; ippfdBa^^ -    l* �H>�iitsl.iaf�n>iljei!,,.a!l pa.ssib)e .cavfi ha'f bBenAesOrt. ''P'"!:�'>e cork wMhIheir '   j-tpji^fiflil'mijl^i\ehll-iSaqoftfjbejgei^uiijei,?. = j,i 's  S'^is i , eUBGfSS and SOIfSliHie eslSblished and mocb to be pri- ' � n|^rt<*iJ'n balf mnljboUlea.frrfmai.ed' 4o '    "---:i:^ajillV: nr Oenlle|nniiij>iJ(einSuew^ i..        r' *   AnfjJ''8lork^Ble, 41, fall malt. I Also, 11) )�ie Toitrnie, price Ss >        [  . '     ; (      '   ,11     I_1 I I_f_I, BLijo ; Sill 1 r. ,^jm STuliil f,tsBcr'J sil 3 f^' " t 'f' ''' EARI^y.^EOUQATIOKj or. Hbp,i-M�ni5gew jneDl^of Children^(i^on�rderedj vntft V rt^yr |o ihci* frontiTen lo the Moi 0 Adtbission, U.i^{il ^^^^^ "'Ate' f iiqles ill their pussejulaHt^Vit't W!> foriiii'tlyslooi). CHi;RfcHWAtiDEN:S.AND OVERSCtR'S fiUflbt. i '^" WITB WEW VFSTIir ACT, ' This day le pubIished,,pr4ce,Sl 6d, sejred^ � new aud i r,i�  ""'KlC't EHlllon of      .       . 1 acqMKlqg parochial liiformalfOn; on nnentire new.tyitPiiii tn wtticb ft(II-Pairl'ici^br>^ ;i^ay..-be. had.gratu.   > pti Ibe road side a considerable ^Waw!e� fiirlbe ^lleeeil ;jmr-; .wt&ie'ot'ijirevbiitnilf rhese cHeclS"IJ^jlicfaidaiu,'feetini; a  local ioierlDorTngtbe Wat Lottery, the preseoVrCpnrractor asserieif' Uiat�rif-be.should Jje..tliesu<;c?8sful bidder,vhc Wiiuld. Wy before the Piibbc a .j^oltfry on more admnfaMous teTJtis, wllb a Scbeetfe enlirelt/freefim attdmbioUir^.- "'   11 is not n�y lotenlion 1 at present to \offer. aoy Ciinlmeht on tholAittery, further' ibmlQ la^ifeuhe PiiblnS, ihajt ihe folloiyiug IS Ibe. reta-,.tmd-t*,nrfi�<,u?*�t Scheme, pxlracttd' from the iidnrfOrf!f?rtsWfe:Or SaturdaiitWitJ There Bre'ijo' v�erav�xcipt^-wb�lt '!�..' 1 .1 . FOttBTH LPTrrERy-iFOli ld1�-TdicE DRAWN .�L--,:30TH. f: ttie-NrW'j Bel blciniiahOubl.: be o�;� *errai>i wiiXtlf, 10 wji,;^^fj!el^'iocludjngaen.f� s,iin|iorliini.ioMl M:pai'ln^ ptl-oi>iiij.;'Br-Jturcc, bad carried out his sho'^rninefei i:iii,yuii(l'the fruiilrof bfs'bouse, soBif to Ieiivebi e-r.i6f.�.f-path, hetweeiftbe :bu|ldiijg,and tbc carriage way^ cunlrarjilo ihe^ firOviikiuu,i>f the Stfilute. - Hitt. nUoiy. waa in. wlial' is.callpil -ihe .l^nHtlijiu roadi Icadiiig'ti N'ewTiigioi�-'-BHUs,^nil:. tlic ih-.ifn i|Mt7iiiim raisetl ^;>s,-)W.J|rOier lOie case i amejivjijuiij tlitr. tm(ruHi>t ^lie 4filh Ber.llliU(uf Ihe Ait. "      , ,       .       ~. " The Chief Justice wt. clearly of opiaiOH tir-it 1i Jul, i " uii�e .n lue      a >^.,^^.j,.,, ^,,i,.^       -     , but.ina�mMclv?a�.i)tLWwafta:irii�ic�cripHi.ii or^^ | bacfc-t../the Proseniirix ubuui seven Jhe icjct im.r^i.ig l,y a ^ ^Ire Prisoner calU.d.a.wilness whog.av^e. him^agosd.xhs Vlil     i   Tl 'STTS?i^I?'^*T?r"?"""TTT?T'i^(j?ji' be'catmctir Ae* prisoner^ tbft.^W. Jlfi IT'Hf KHW* )�M P"l^"^     wffiU, afjer^tbeir^bl^ctjf m Ihrir aiwrney. .       .............. .,j ... . , frenriye'^FripM, for cJealing a black cart Irnne from the .slabfe of'Mrs; G.' (l,iU'.Uiy,4}rttivwniarshfin'the.''!arry hiin,. bp turned i(..liii�etn ib|laiiP.as.a,hHil ;|iil>.5 and.the-hurse was.bronchi ovt;.iu.tlmi^an;^,l!iri,!,aj rrferieb tojn the Act, his LortUbip directed the Jnry In-acquit the iXetrniTanf, and ihry iicc'or-dinglyreUirtiwda �cnlict ofiA*/:i     : .      ' , This wnsanactioji- brooght.by thePiiiimiffvii farmer, re, siillni^mt <.'(iiirtcrv, in thm  -c.ii'i r fniiii We De-ftudivplva'M�B�aimte,of?-j(iat dialricf, a.icotiipeBiitiiih^iii ! .daW9|!�-".fw n/prOsecutioninspiuJcd Hgaiitht ihe>IHuinli{r, ! fur j� iiiiisanec,. ilie proceed^ .^I'-iiaripr 'wbieb prusVcixi j>i ' were alleged Ju have hi en founded in m^ice."- i  ' T'.'^^''l* ?'^!?H'W !"t^beiffty,oji �!<'par^ ! 8ide, -wns-a- s(n''am 'Uf Water called'B^ep jb>rtcb, wbi l�ieily;� ^nbjrcn.aa yfellaatS TiMiihi^-MfeiyOt their lattlelw uti rafter. i iTlipJ�Byfi>lulda'Verd�tJOf-. (!ott.;. v/*ojji(a.JFnorf,clinrErd-wiih-,burghiriopsly.breaking into and eutriiiig the dwelting-h.iuse (iT^qo Tripp, of Leeils, allit'Sttaliniii|heredliVa:-i|anni�y of tea Un..ljicJiUi .inatiuit/^lie I'rusecnSi^x^ who. .]> ancfllerly per-Hnn, mid heraervant, .�ho is a)so 10 yea^s, retired, to l>ed ^iIhIhI IwV-lvo 'o'clock^' Ahoi^t a;qiiarfrr past oue.Ihe' patrol of Lrrd.1 Wercgiiiiig their.riumd(|^:uid ,�hr^.>',oear to the pi^emiiU'S uf the Priis^cutrix.lhrypb.ift'V.rd'lwiimen, Alio both riiraway ;� Onr oflhPih leaviiiJ a .parfef. They went and niarnleil'the Prowotrtx,*bP!vt**y'disCHvere,-,'lii. iook'rchiyfA'in- n-*^*^ Ilierti to ' kgiDj; II to be a niti�ancei preseirtine it a�-, ?�>*br ?.�'d;IWicc :J ;|,f,|g hiu, from'liiaipursHei;tfptbe>wi(a�*i(�iSpijsii�gliim to ,i^mpO^(lwg*gwnjlKl^Mhl*:own;e^|i�i;K�t|(�il,-$^^^ an iwfor^unntf per.ioii:pursitPil^hy..llie ba�li'f�. told him ^9g?from.ilie litojiot the ludilsfmeiOi b.uniL.ayfintFiHnsnes^ �et into a' tombir Vooifi, oVer his liiom, which he did. 2 2 10 14 10 22 60 1,000 *." r,  ,�35;000 , ... S.Onft. -.. 2,000 . 1.000 -2.1!�0, , 4,000 ... .... i,ttno .... SQO .____210 /......    200 ............^SOflf ......    100 1000 .    50............l.IOO .......  -"ao.........1.,. i,T?oo 16............16,000 JhSc*o �M�W no' aoitet d The PrHfiitTir* case w� nt on to �iihp"�itb�t.t�e;ba]) Hint'. muHy plht'r.- iMa^ia^ratrs uf the di.f-i-frtct'had imiwdered, it' as sneh, aiiil-telt that llteir au-^.tlinialyarM^'Kilfled-iwith �heii;Mt!^hitt>init.> bH-n>:removed .Bftcr.'.rrpeateit:.'pt�>pnt^iiunsj.tli-A.JHr. iW.i^hiwickj aciing ' 111-Obedience - ttiL a consci^niiuns^'ittM*ling, that Ihe ban.k �16 tlii�Bthm;'wa�'.B'fon,iS*nce," afiiil .((B^rfivipB.-ihat'� was ilfkeiy'.'diOsa.i'nltHi^autdfrtAiiik tli't;;>prust!�tf{tOn.^b)itliilf.d. on ; l|w;.r6peatie''^(?d itrm ,ihe-;prosi'Cii|>nii w.iM'^nuliful-' s�e*?!>!�-i.i>;��ltpiIflJCi...-; ,.....�        , The LoRP t:m�r JusTirfe expressed Tjimself clearly of Ot�nroii'ihftr lh�'baAk: in <|im je.)t|uir other |h�n tin uhstruelKiii Jo a highwav,,be~ was of upinjuii that Mr.' ^VVlgbtWitk hadirBbmd'iu �Trlcfict>n(UrnSny;to,hi� *agWirlal, .|'.Hiiiiies,r�qil'h>nl been.afl}jat�rt(J)x,Jio�lb6'iWish than a'desire to distlijr^e the funrtioiia o/. hi'i.idBre. with fideJjUy an(| im.' jVarliait'ly.-'At.'ihesaiD'e fitn'e be'sugjesreit lit tfiie UefeinlaiiC.' therprbpswiy-of'tiis cnnsenfiug i t:br|'iig'withdrawn, lopreyent .IbcPlauiUffi^wiio wa 4V.1ghlwvcJi:,�hqiW8s iiHj-*;ourt,ri>ndilo $sbora. tbp appeal of, the' Learned Jn'dgc.was persunaity mtde, instantly j arnuifteed-m tliitsiiafceStion.-.   - .'*'.':flvt'i'r.i \:r--\-:.-i\-: '    ,';! Tbe-wairtPr-atnt lii�-wije^out-to -kiioii^'what was' the'matter, ^,;�'h<'n kliefvii^d-lliatlhi; majr.Was'saspecretf^qf ipbbrry. The wrorer, in consequence, fHehrd':�^iIifa1abl^, and had liim nppr.bended. On searohnig l&eiAotUpr:titom,' wlierehe'li:id been hid, the silver, gilt^ and'j�;:^jlil(nTay,pfrnPB,.^riijclj bad been stolen from the i'nuieeutr'ii-ibie'mgbt prPvious, were foiWili as were also �boirlex)ed at the dqoi^j twd of tbem ftnmiitedl^tlrjf jMtsMipijtlw tboUght th'eir/facrs wtrL blac&ed   Oiteof ihet^i s^vd. � u�e4 itpej^ntereil ajf tan..l(our,. fbowever,' wriilto- ficr woikj afrolrk eight ocfork; wtien'�!>�l(ic*p*tfii''iji(�r.- <)� hcrreloro Vt fuor- Tn-rhe'-afiernoun shb Tuund ^ ' berg taken away.   >l<\ traces of the Bt�li-u^inip�rty w�r prrl>sSid�* on another charge. OujAprrtiath,'ihe Prisoners weri�aefn lo Peter Prisiin on. a charge of robbery at anullier vilia^i!. VThpn- frhf-y-'piilert-d that pri  Ins feiuiwli dgu.  FnnK prLsnn winiloiv whirh ronks.inlo the iMili^lrry^iid. 11 wn^ BirpimJed'-liiP Prisoner had ihrnwu ihe cinilfej, iiinl li�rf t. . cei�rd ulhrrs thnni:!h the same chimn>U.' A wom.m, itaim-rt Mary Aktcalfe, 'Who.llvrdio Walmgale, nad wliu.was ^ ( > , lo .Sinilh, was HOppprieil to have heeii lire conv�'yrr i>f Iji^t**' artW'fes, and hir JioU3e;waw cundeqnently searched :  whit: tht' snit ofcVuliPt wert" found'iir a cuat.WwsP)'ntd itp 111 hrvg. tiii?twbirl|. were proved rft haVe 4i,Vii nloleiiTnim. house nf jlie I'rosrentitr.   (.in searciinig the prtiiHU a shirf-^e. !i>nging. lo 5lbp.lVi) ti, a�ila:pain'orshors in Forth.� possession.      : :  ' i I ii'ivWK.npase.s w. re called, wlio had s^en the PHuonwij IIT^irplgtibourhuvd of. Deighion on thedav'jf \hi; 10V-. beiT. - . "iilePiisrtiiPf�,in ihPirdefeiice.jiaid, thal.ibe;thingf SjiplTortfi.'.Mi-. VVillmmsqUolpdi a rasp in. pulnti^Kuil^.'^i Maiihcws,'.contained 111 the 5lb vol.of tbe Tcrih^kejtfttt-" '.' :   HIGH TREASON This, ftircnojn). Mr. .GkbATKS appeared ih Cobrt^ afid" tatPd lo fir. Justic�..l?ark, that he accepted Ihe----rtjpiya'i as-ailniney ft�r the* men charged with high trea^m^.tiiit. nam'#* J"i>hn-Williams -and  John Blackfaurnj ' Co^^i^Plfor. Ihvtrt^i-which nominaiinn those Gciillem�n fi-re pl�aa�d'.;o actfpl'.'Mn Lordsldp immedialely directed tfiitt ad'urder-b&mads.ti(W;(^ei*access tolhe i\iifi)rtorial*tneii,. ... �.... f c*.20or -l.ft* "Prizes. Blanks. - 5,60Q TiskcJa.;;^ . . v;.' ' ' FIXED PRIZES. -! TBtfffrwfCl6,�Q0i;i�ii�e^ are to hkVe. tb  iFlVtt >Hwi�Pftm>t and EidHTlT'tlUtEg Pounds Six Shilu^igs and Eivht Ppjtce' lett Kmi m iait lotfrnj   Alter"tbfe p^ or/tt>�of�;r�iuc/�o;i would be ioihi.Pvi(iiie'i'hM ili�,'theYcoiiirary Titskets l^alihoughiilhey-Avjiie-daujiBii �a!�wtcftjcAcopeJ-) j are '    '      �   -beueAciaf to th^'Contraclori butltiwiU ii airquictced'-itr thfrsnggeat 1011 . ..A lupir iva�"a'ccOrjJiirg)v wilhdcnww........�      ;   ...  " Tbe Loup Chief Ju8TK!Rexpreaspil-.hi8 opinion, aftef tb#' Jury-liailbeeil dfsCbnrgiyi.;rirt^ev:foll�*i^ '.- H l-th|i>k Mr^ H'ightwii;k. iiaa-.awed movl hptioiirably.iii'ac- ceding to my .recommendalion, because I could Jiave ,110 'do^iibt 'of'*hat tberesnilof thrsciisenAiiuliBV? been- h'id �t gOlie ou" '      ' > >'/ 1 >)   r .'^he ephject of dispute wavtheq left to the aibilratipn uf Mr 6*rlie*alt, the Biirislcr i ' �uj,'.'3 ! T '> irtheiCiWfflStkatttirfthia-.caseowefce/braiAyitbp 'ZT^ ,i"Xb wSiibit "a I fpu-^uto/a.hoq.fi ijr�i�n!ed at ,J,e lyjllage oj; Jiaburrt,' tT�,^J^^^^hnfn,%    about four miles Irom York, and on ^nlTiliy^iiglif/lhe^a ;;iii^;;5i.v^>hi^;.y -;b-e*r w .i.ey>ani^d^ \ ^^'^^^^ :!:t8�r.?ri?Jat^^^^^^^^ ^8,,Ujtfer^5.tfiertp " -�----th^, rmV'"'* arf^M^O�fe^rtncriidiSfe^iNy l^7^�figrMufc�*ii^je Of- bepu|p�a up, as icjiad-been all v�n^w^,^hfj liaving, occasion to g�> to tbe,iitable a11wp:q'-^'tock^ -IMin'jr iDoi-iting,'^he'faandrine'bq9rd''b^d'be.ordered-jnietp ^e, given them. He.knew Hardyi and was sure be.was^not in th^ baiise'tbat n'ighf."�  Ifolroyd' was" one' wh�xame-intit* face was eRberblacked or dirty, and be waaouewboplup. dered Ihf bouse. .Witness had a hay-fork in his bind. '^atbaniel' l^olroyd j w'al. ^t^the^vfrbsecntqrV^hWse one brght 1as( AprUi'in; Compabywilh;;Hardy,-iSriexiSfVbittlr^ . a|(d/ Pog^og: ,t About: a fortnightbeCnw^.Ae met ilardyj who ^old'him he knew of a bouse at l^umhlU'wbere they.coiil^ gfet8omfe=raotfcy'.--'J( was? then ipo*!olF.� forthifelir,.. pn aci  tUe.fHU.mooo.i' aqd .\^h|ltle^ apd witupss, -met in � close,"and it was agreed*for.them and Brier to go. ^HardvSaid ili*^ had*T)fctor�B8rdy>tua.M'�t6j^lit ihoiloot, beqaoM tI�r5OTnlBaW*itew bim. : P'ogron ref^ i^.ef4^4J'-H"^bri�'^^ rikod tdir4fiemi�%e{�tb�i!itfo|iey^�as.fr-iI1iey.iaa&ei$to rIo:biitbed-roam,''Opene.atbe'cupboardiaD4^.*fitle eight p.i)(t��[ 'oiii of~4 p(i](tif(|.biboie, addlBs lit Privet', aud vmb^ ^"V^^ \V^ie^(iajl|0({Ji�ny rji^ifi,|ujr tbeglfl, b^nealB j[hejjbaj^a!(ijli requested-her to>come;from'UBd�r,: which, she did.   Thej; asked her where ber maater^a tnoney'aaB' and'sbli saiajtitBec TlB b?ar(iwvM!W!�Sr� Jia.mfVtf? c�nje,>p, ;beggid ibeyswould:n9tiueafeopeil ^tbedrawer8,;�a.she b|d;'; t&m\STStj? >V\^Ql^L^ Brjircame dowVi^siaig i.jtfacyiiicli.:ItB(dyt LfLlN pM�afff,j-wiiob�d beet sad < bfcon. Elardy asked for a botlfeqf agirils, which, tbe Pi-ort ^^iA^i^iiieA   tbelioose,'Wla wted wU|ieB�jnu:�jir�fliirL^) -fb^y went swayjtg a.pUR aqf ^ ? v^ 3ni lC:iJ tbn^b 'l-ni ' .       i*igi pftius. . Tir�DAV, JBtt 25. �efore i/rrJxaitiee PXRK. :. .    i ...TliE itiiro'�.^Bitow�. IVlr.. DfcK^tls opened llie case, aniT-sniil^ that thiv-araAsa ToditTmrnt- agaiom the Celendant, William. BruvtriNfor � 'ml�di!inf'Mor,"by'tosn[ting :(he Magistracy intbe(AvCt>U t>-'ia  lr.offite.  They have no t�wifi,:f.e, or Temaneratiun wbi^tf ver (or'What they do, eilber-iar^liiMeV aiottor^profpectjs.excepfcwhal the.King gave4jjfUi,".6it�i-he, iadeed,tgnvr tbem.nothtog ;aod.vJiat.triflingfeeaat'.cKtfged are ttfadeqnate to-pay lbe.clerk3,.fur'lliei^ ahojiVri^'JCbhsB' most reapectibWMagtstratea who were insulted I^X!M^i&nd^. a'iii� are the Rev.' Mr: Dent, -Mr: Caylry;'tt^'^,�[MMqw, who iBPiit^oncaA week' at'Tbirsk', where-HifSflMdc^tif'-Biuii-ness IS done.-� .Wr. Dent then delafrled tbe cijcuq^oascta y-ag�wi speakiog o|:ejj;t�>V.o?� iqoacjiSjl cinber, ofCoei haps io'pay V t ^^"'fSTj!^ 4^ ToaqUali'oafrotn JKTr Bh.OUeilAifjCPbSi ieodhDlj; wiiD^ss aai^ that JJr BroW^ sr-Peptwbeii ha iised'lbefo^met expression , 'rtfiltiint *�VueB(&a�if,  clerk l� Mr  Wa1He^'�^1lbkci^ TriiralS|- w(* cVrfe % Ibe Magislralea oi{ � 'the Magislrales, widj^T-lriflitow*- -It;'"        t* ' J-r� I   � ^ -�'[;   

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