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   British Press (Newspaper) - August 12, 1820, London, Middlesex                                THIS EVENING, SATURtO'aX Aqgurt 12. will be perfatinea,l)y-pariicHki; de^i^e, Moxiri's grand , >J^QN GIOVATSNI. End of the��t act, 1he,lwourne New Diwrlisenient,   *      .eatitied    , A (tfr rte Opera, tin acconnt^of the Birthday ofliia Ma. jesij the JSatioiial Air of�Goff Save tlie-King,'* wUIbe fling by tite tthoi(rm~ii^S*etch^ ;    .     -   THE ACTOR OF ALLJVORK; Or, FIRST AUD SECONDTLOOR, ' Velio�p*k, Mr. Connoj'j AlulliBte,Mr J Russell; Alex-atidw, Miss G. Carr. ' Asjiimed Characters-nTatthcnr'Stuffy, Mr.~ J.'Rrisaell' Crencli Trag�linn,M.r. JViUutsell!! Rubin Scrawfey, Mr. J, .  Rnssell!!! AttdfewlWacSillerffrip, Mr. J. Ruwell at$d.prjeu)al Garden, and will be opened asusnaj^ Eight o'Clock, for the aduiUaoce of'the Second Frisef-^Inch commences at I�inc. - ' : Boxes, as.j.SecondvPripe,.3s...T-Pit, Ss.5-Second Price, Js, 6d-.LowteOalleryj.Ss,; Second Price, Is.-Upper Gal-lerv, Is.; Secopd Price,fid. The Vampite? will be repealed every evening till further 'notice,except on the nights of-Woman's Will (Thursday and . �iSafiiiilayinexl); -    n        .'^-.i, � G^YI ON,vStbc!?�hroker,e,' Cornliill; begsleave iZi io' inform.'bi8;FrieBds,:Ticket�?ndSbar4B/or.|he,New Jittery are; no;r,ou ^ilc at Uw OiBfe. ! be ne^�,fenlures of the present Lollerynre.ao. favQuiabIc io.Purrbasers .that ; EYTQI? has not Ihe least dol�blE?Jherc will bV a scarcity; tjefore l1ic-3fltlt of: this -Wonth (Su6:�sl),-on-whichTday the ; Ludery c(imuieiicetl..and filiiiiliesu 'ThWe are 7i0'^/a�fe.r, all -�i/�rftn(;iSfoft'e9;JittlJsei-.v�.nf Tickets by .the Contractor, as Jnlbr^ii.L$tfier.ies.i:evfryTi*�n�ber> put into the Wheel, so : thatcvei^.Ttcket'win decide Its own fate, and no other.- r thirty, Prizes �6fi2q,�00r,;lj000/., 500f.,200i., all in One > . '^^y,,   _ ,      'irO T�E PUBLIC, "TSMrA-NY^^^t^aipti having beeii-made by deiep-i.�jL live Stalemeuls of .Extll Prizes, .und.by a,repetition ; of ll(c-�aWe Prizes.ju.difTgfiiu^ forms, jlo:render |he Scheme | gf the present .Lottery: iu'^-�]^carflnce bel beJ�4bUt to decide on its meriia. *     ' , ^HAZARD AI^D CO.   i ' � " ' ' SCHEME ' \ � .....of...i �ie;00t) .v;';are.'i,ji; jES^iOpo TO THE PROtRrEtbRS OF* EAST'INDIA S-tOctC. jladies asp SsttJlElilBH,        1    . i"Mj5lN DlR^G, an jinyr-relarn to totvivthis inornmg iM} that a auddeir aifd unexpected change hasitaluo: place in the EA9T INDIA'DIRECTION, by thetesignation of! !Sir^n>idiScoi^.Bar^: ll)egileave,respeelfuily to auooiincel ;to you that, il is not-tny^inteution to proceed to the Ballot: j upon the present occasion.''I'shall,; however,'Bvallmyselfor llhis opporlunily of ipaying ipy. peniooal.respects to the.in-idividual .Prop'rielors;' and f(om. lite .many kind ond zealous :asinrances.of support wtiicb I Save received from.a nume.' rous lislof Friendg^ I Venture tohope that at a fnlure pe.>, iriod } may look forward with some degree of .conlidence to itbt^ittat'Deheiirof ili'e obJMtof my anibitto'm ;     Sf! Jj'l-'haveslhe honour to be; ,v Ladies and Genllemeo, .. i Your obedient and devoted Servant. Portland-place, ' tWM. CURTIS, JiW Fhick 7(1. VAor THE Public we. respnsJlfolI)r inrormedv' th.vt owfnsf �o the Fooefal,�jJ'!tat Rqjul .,-H>ghp?�s the Duchess of York Okuig place a|�4(aiiaay next, ibe FETE iritended in honour of the 'BiHSSIajr and'Accenmii.iif his Majesty King Georcfe the FuM^iS, CO^rPONSD, liU TUESDAY, the ISth instant.    ^"^^   ' � .aC IN^f PROPRIETORS of EAST tND^A STOCK, tlieTTaf the;Kipg's:H^ad THVern, ^Itry,.the 74b,day:of; ' August 1820, the following rResoluliotis were proposed 'by GeiTeral ARCHlBALnSBROWNi secbtided'by THOMSON IIANKEY, Esq. and carried unanimously:-1st. ThU the: PUBLIC SERVICES of Mr. EDMON-: STONE in India, durtDg:'a''p<'i'io :noi*.altained, to the vast extent.of ils dominions, foreign reifitip'iis, and polilicat control, aiid to the moraentbus interests'Which are. involved In the condnct of the Adminislralibn>bi'oad, and in the efficient snpfrin- , tendence aiiiI':sup|:Kirrt, ofihat Administration at hWrne, 'it | becomes air objeetbf^be iirst'.importance to I lie proprietors,' as well aa to the joterestsjof the Public, to. place amoug the Executive Members of (he 'Company a OeiHteman who has filled withSdimicbdistinction lh$ highest o^ces of the Slate, and has himself'been 'mioisteria^l^cbncerncd in most of those great meanores to which the present high conditjon of our Indian Erapife.is to.be escribed. 4thly. That the indiyiduals composing Ibis Meeting do therefore deem'it .incbiD&ent upon them, on PUBLIC PRINCIPLES,.to promotej by every means in their pbwci-, the Election^ofTMr. Edmonstoiie fpfill the present yacaucy in (be pireclibl/i^.and thVy Respectfully call.upon the.Pro-pnelora at targe Id boime forward in support of ihalGenlle-mairs jnst pi-itenslijiis.V'''-'      ' .        : V,   - 1      UUM*HREY-BO WORTH, Esq. Chairman. - ..The Cnrairmanhayiiig. feft  the Chair, it' was moved � by Genei^l Sir ROSERT.BLAj^Rj K.C-B. and -carried unani; ^ousljfj That the Thanks of ibis Meefiug be given to thp i.Clmti'inaii for hU ^tile conduct in'the Chaiir. ' �-   -'� . ROBERT "BLAIR, -ijrhe DAY of ELECTiON is fixed for WEDNESDAY NEXT, the leihinsfani,  ^   , Mi;- ,Edinpnsl.one'8,.Gommitlec wilL meet^dni|j:. at' the |;f ttilT te thankfij||7acknoWle4'�d- This day Are i>uViished, .bandv' iddressed to Francis Colman,aHd George Colmrao Ihe.-'Elder;' with Annntations and Occasional Remarks By GEQRGECQLMANHie Younger. Excldsive of the Letters, are an, EK,P.fanatiOn of the Mo-lives of Witnam" Pu'lleney (.nflerwaVds^arlof Bath) for hli aeccplnnce of a-Peerage; and Papers lending'to elucidate tbeiqiiestioo 'relative;: la the proporKovate shares .of "An-.|horsbi]l.;tb be altributed4.1o-.the^. Eldej Colnian .and. Garrick, in iheCiinUdy^^f TbeCldndesiina Marriage^ � Printed for T.Cadell and W.^'ibivies. Strand ;'and W. Blackwood, EdinWirgh. '. 2 �      - ^ jr�.f.�.- 10 ... 14 ... Ho   *    f    22 .......... 1,00a,.......... 1,000 , 500 210 900 100 afloo .'.�,001> 2,10p 2,8Q(�; 1 000 i �^.: ! I;i24 Priwit.'^ ' 4,476 Brankfi-'l' -50......'.:....'t^oo 21) i,2<;o . 16....../..,:Ai(Mo, . ,..�67,200 5^0 Tirkels. The above "iwoPfj^eipf Ift.OOO/. will also be enlilled td ^�he above two Pri2e*?of.4,00t��.   , ' *     J Tbi. Lottery i.-r tb^ floor*- Mt:ra8-;.straight as :'the direct meridians wl|ich they ..represent, b& de-. Clares that ,with the �xceptioii of.jth^.primary roads .which intersect: the kingdoin,,;tha|t Bll.�he qthei;� are capable of great ttbtidg6aenti,;,.,"-j'he, d^ tages he proposes from Btraigtiteniog.iheoa, besides tuving of tiiHe.-in travelling,,afe,t,he saying of soil {4 circamstapce, he .oWrvest^^r.iw ineuii importance,- coosideriiig ihe new dijictrines. tespeclihg population and the ineaiis of subaisileiicej ; an easier, mid tlierefore cheaper way of do.min'iinicatibn, by .which fisb, coals, biid mailiii^e,'iii'�iy''be iiiprie e.qual-ly dial ribbted ;' the'sitving of hbrsei/(Which at present avei-ages, in stage cpacb labour, iibtm^ than three Vears, upoti sbine roads-iiotjnilbi'e ihaii two ' y^ars of existeiice) ;; JHe gisiief^l irBproveineiit i)f liiterny coHnraierce J tb'e >avibg bf ,^)ijpeiise iff main-taiiiiiig vhe roadjii &c,'       '       ', For these purpiDses he insists on the necessity- of lowering tht billy roadijand/at the saitae timef and by tlie>anie means, filling up the contiguous hoi-; lows. Me adds a remark on iihe iuitiiocounttible' folly which hss-sltbosi' alwaysled'to thenkglect of the latter operation, even In cases wherethetower-^^ ing of hills has beenvcarrted into eifect^ He nest recotninends iraprovetnent / the'materiai-lime'-: stone'and 'flint are -to be' used.instead of .pebbles,' clay,andgn�vel. ;/Wbere:fl.-utisolready used,^ he complains of. its beiog:ieftau round masses, six as to beincapable of settling into firm utiiou with the other materials; it shou Id be broken, so 4hat Its flat vides might fori^/a mqresolid compact with themi :He proposes /to adopt; a wider qndrmore uuifurm breadth:for- ro^adst by, leufurciiig.;the. dormant provisions of the statates      >      ^ " By onrwrjtlen laws It is iirovided^f that every public horse or drift way, should be height .fcU/wfderat the. least; ev^ry ipiibtic carl.'way .-|cadjng.tuaiiy:jBar'ketftowo,:at:least twenty; and every tnrapilie rpBd,si.xty.feetwide,L Not" are ^Irees or: hedges to be suffered' togVoir within avgivendia.' lance byour:'i;oad:/Bides,--' idersb.ly ;one thousand pounds per jBilej;-.'l1iB rolls: levied.on the great.�asterivtaad,.:a3.-it..approacfies Jaonduoit -jiinoiuiit, tlie writer believes, to 1;300/. p�r/nrfe,ioiium. The aura at'whieh tlie tolls of tfaeia'mMf|S'rfSiitx( gStej'and of five : ot-%ik crasa bars nnmediatelyeoisilguoas'^ tiave lieea- let. within the last two'years-s aom, itis to be remiimberC;^, ei:clustve,-as IS usual," of tbe^xpenses of collection-wac-: -     -       Pit Annum. ..y     �� ..:./;c:/"'�'.;. .s9,eio Of the Newiogton,Ca ,�40 /OTlbe BigJigjUe Uiid'tVlnEtstoiieTfUSt ^V*.... /. �   t^45 Oflb^Kilbunimod BdgwarejSalea,....,.,....-.> 9,93& Of tbe Kensifigtoq Gates and Bsra.............. ' 13,1U0 He olf^r's a contrast, furutsbed by., most respects qble te�tii60iiy: ' Mr. � NAPLES, JULY 20. , On the 16lh a lumuU took place in the city of Palermo; -the troops hastened to re-esiablisti order, but unfortunately the blood of those who ought to love each'uthcr as children of. the same family jraa shed. Amidst this melancholy Ira-gedy, Ihe Neapolitan cifizeiis were religiously rsapected, and itie offenders diil dot trample under' foot the sacred laws of bospitiilily. Even fluise .who bad pluiidered'^liopEes restored Ibe articles when informedibat they belonged to ourcilizeiie. TlieSiciliiins who live at Napleis, indignant at Ihe dieiurbeVs bf the public prare, who dishonour ihe name of Siriliaos, have, with uiiaiiimpua coiiiseni. Ibis morning taken Iheuaih to (he C!onstitution, in ihe prcsencd of the hereditary Prince. Neapolitans, let us-deplore the errors of our misguided brethren, and- lead.them bark to Ihe paths of honour and moderation. - JULY 21, On the 14lh instant the vessel sent by tUe Hereditary Prince Vicar-General, Io announce the bappy.news of bis .Majesty's having sworn to the constitution, arrived a( Pa-"lerroo. Joy spread throughout the city. The tricolourrd 'icockade, the signal of Ibe reform: in our civil Goyernmeni, was in a moment universally displayed. In the evening a yellow cockade'was united to Ihe tricoloured one. Opinions were now expressed in favour of the coiislilutiQn,aad a desire was manifested to have a'different national Parliament for Sicily. Some peirabna wore on their brcafit the yellow riband, wilb the figure of the Siciliiln eagle. On the morning of the tStli every one was required to wear the national cockade; in the eveui'ne, however, the yellow riband was added Io if; even the Neapolitans were compelled to wear Ihe yellow. On the l&lh a religions festival was celebrated. His Excellency the Lientenant-General proceeded to Ihe Cathedral, whcregrand mass was performed; he was received by cries of" I'loa.fa ConslUuxione! Viva Vlndtpendenzal" These cries accompanied the Lieutenant on his return from' Ihe Cathedral,-and also when he proceeded lb {lieGoirernment House to assist iu llie duties of the r.yeniilg. The religions ceremony being ended, his Excellency proceeded Io the Senate House, where: he had leFl General Church, Brigadier Coglilore, ond-'isoine other persons.-. The two Generals went out together to walk. General Church, who is foreign to us both by birth and sentiments, in a fit of passiou, which, to say the least of it, was fully, tore the jreHow riband from the-breast of a peaceable citizen. This was Ibe signal for a general diatlTrbauee. General Coglilore advised his indiscreet companion ao arms to fly ; bnt tbe uafodonale man himself received two, blows -intended forGeperal Church,'who Ihen fled. It is nolk'nowii what bas become of him. -JTlie populace, irritated by the insult' which had been offered to a citizen, repaired ^to tbe hotel, where Church lodged. The-guard, which was com posed iif troops of the foreign regimeul, repulsed tbe-people by firing on them; leyeraj persons were wounded. ..Marshal Paslore arrived in the midst of the conaicl,iand put an end toil by wilhdrawiogJhe guard.:  ' �A short.time ofler, the residence pf Church was plundered, and every thing fojund.in: It was bunit in-the Piazza delta Marina.^ Indignation alone, sndnot the>l  tbe peopte-and.of restoring tranquillity,' A civic, guard wak appninledi it was determined tbat two squadrons of the second cavalry regiment of the guard sliotild parade the principal streets, and Ihnl-tbe other two squadruna should be posted along the Piazzo4ella ,>/., /. These measnres, boweverj-did nut produce the desired good effecL/fcThe forts of Banila and Casletlamaire were assailed, and- being saddenlyattacked, and.defeoded only by nswSici. lian conscripts, were latien; tliearmtand ammunition were carried o�F,�TheGov�rnor;Ro�ai and fhsCoptain of Arlil-leryAafassij.madea'icoarageousresistance, to prevent the convieis from escaping. Tbe fort of the Palazzo Rcaie ex^ ijierl^nce^ the samefsteas the oilier two. &71i�ipwbo deplpred.the'ififstttaliliD �f tbesuthorsof Ibets ditorJers^i>i�nd'cosin9 evil. On tlieurght of tbelBih Gen. O'Farrla, Gen. Pastoi-c, anil tiie.Com'Diflndsni of Ibe ProVinte, presenled tbeniietves be* fore. lUe asse'iabled Jmita, and proposed, that tbe ?ybole;bf .the forcrs shuiillt'be poeted in Ihe Viattat of the Kojaf.paliice, and Saiiia:Teres>, to act' in, c^st of need, in ruinhinklioa with ihSt ^rt of III*- people ivbo Were nriiitiatcd wifh^a liioe tuye of their coifflfiry, aiid o .desire fur Ihe re-eslafaUsbment 'r'bt^:order and tranqiiltlitj, . ' K '.'^It^i^iK^osiiiqn was^doptedj. s^ Ifae GcnerJIs .recelvjnt :_;fi�^rJBC^liSB3tf^ -At day-breafc tlie ,rr((^i(�srinbted'a('ib'e-appoibicC^lace4~bMf,^ lod. we^.k'lo-OppuMr a vigorous resiatanreKr^ie factious, Ihe'y-s^rveit only' by their presence lb increase the irritation. � -\j[^e wish we-codUl dnrw'tjie veil atcr Ibe remainder of. lhal uiihapi>y day. -Seven ^utidrut prisoners were released from ihe prisons �t tcb o'-clurk in the morning: theii ihe-]^ lains brgaii liiirir work.  The troops were altacked-, and niai>|' brave fellows, worthy of-ik-faetler fate, fell victims lOs.^^^^r jusl fui-y, dii-ejeied. against ihepi in revenue.for Ibi^lliamt. received from a rash foreigner,   to ihe midst of.ihis fiii^f^-tt dtUciiment of the regiment Rcgvia, and some, csj^wj^-posled at the nrseaal, dispfayed .the n>o.4t noble iwiiiness, aud did noi permit any of the prisoners ,lo escape."Two lancers, pouted by General Slailie, opposite the arsenal, cooperated with great activity in preventing their escape. Abonl half-past fu.ur on the same day the populace surrounded'and attacked Ihe house of the Lieutenant, who thuuzlil prudent to coulide the government of the co|iilat to ajuola, hoping to he thereby enabled Ifae more easily lu restore.tranquility. General Maselli slnles ibat the lioupti--gave proof of their love and fidrlily to the Cuantiy and ibi: King, and of their courage and hamanijy-^virlues wlucii add luslrc lu military valour, and w'hich will cduseus eirr-,, uallylo deplore the'loss of so many bmve men, who TeM victims to a frriizy which broke dtot. on that very day wbeii the people of Sicily celebrated the recovery of their liberty. We should have been tiappy lo have publiblied the names of the officers wbadislinguithed themselves in ihis ouha'ppy aff.ir   These Neapolitans who had not the buuour to serve affaii ._____________________ in the army, and who did uol join ib the coiiHict, wercpei-milled lo remain neutral. The disturbance in Palermo wdntd not have beeii aiirndeii-by such fatal couseqnences, had not a-parrieiditl hand IiIk--rated Ihe convicts. 'Tbis would not have happened but fur � he imprudence of General Church, who presumed to insult n peaceable citizen. Tbis uiifortouale afiair t^ill certainly provva lesson to those restless men-who, difegardhig tlie iu.. lereslB of llTe common, country, were the first to circnlale among tbe people illDse reports which led In tbe drsh-e of bftvinga national {^rliameut disfiuct^ from that of Naples' It is to be lamented that the madness of n few should bnve proved Ihe sad cause uf-lhe'rnio of ma�ny. His Royal: Bigbness has tsken pi'udcut~mrasures for ter-miuating these evils. Tliis morning a ship of the line, 3 frigate, and two other small vessels, commanded by Capiam BausBD^ s-ailed for Palermo. The squadron hiii-ord,-rii itr reeeive�n board tfaose^-Neapolitaiis �lio nre desirous of ie-tiiroing'to-tbeir country, and those'SiUliana wliu, wish 10 settle iti Naples. His Royal Highness has appointed i.irut.-General D. ltuggieruSellimo,Serrelary of Slate and MinisUr of Marine, to wliom he has given suitable instiuciions, aud Ihe requisite authority for the government of the island.' The Lieuteuanl-General is particulaily charged to post m every commune a national ^nard, campo>ied of men really interested in the maintenance of Internal secnriiy aud public order. The Juiila already established in Paleriibbas .teeli provisionally coiifirmed with Ihe approbnlion pf. the Lisulc-uaiit-Ueneral. His Royal Highness has iasued a geo?jjil pnrdon fur the late disnrdrrs, in urdrr that ihuse who. have been misled may return to their allegiance. Al the same time several couriers were dispatched, by 'he wuy of Calabria,' lo the Intrndunt of Sicily, and the General coinmaudiug the 7lb military division in-Messina, lu uppii a direct correspondence with: them, and to inRpirelhen) mur,' ardently witb^the desire of co-uperatiug with the respeclabie ^part of the citizens in,tbe preservation -of good order, a-nd in directing public opinion towards Ibe coiialitutioiial gu-vernment, so sincerely invoked by the people of Sicily, wb.' are worthy of a better fate, since they have been at ali liintF: warm and passionate lovers of liberty. iSucceskful mutt tbe result of arrangements which secund the Kishesuf a nation ever anxious for peacf, and particularly 'of a jWiire which restores their rfglils-sanctions ihe social cvinpjtfi- and thus fulfils all their hopes, >'      "   ' Ferdinand I. by the Grace of God and the Constitulioi; of . the Monarchy, King of (he Kingdom of ihe Two Sicihep, ," King of Jerusalem, Infante of Spain, &c. Sic, Francisco, Dnke of Calabria, Hereditary Prince and Vicar-General. Palermians!-You whom I call ray children, you nre Ihe 6ri:l lo pluuge into sedition and dism der ngainti the iiubid principles which have always distinguishi U yimr nalioh; you have in a moment fui'gotten. the duties of men niiil of citizens; you have acted in opposition to yo'ir uhii interests and the public cause. The most painful if8-c-tiuu lo me is, that the moment I b-ad separated Trur.i you, and before tbe eiftci of my measures for the.diini. outiun of your burdei/s and the amelioration of your cundj. lion could be experiencf d, you forgot my cuiistant affcciion and Ihe sacrifices which I have made for yoii. Rather liiaif be. lifve myiieir deceived in iheimarks of love and fidelity whicli you have always shewn me, I wish to consider your Truis aa Ihe work of iusligators. But the evil is not one whirh tar -not be remedied. Refurb lo ouler, to respect fur llio liin-s, aud iibedieuce to the King.. The proftiiuid grief which h&H afflicted my heart is somewhat'alleviated by ofleiinjr yuu pSrdou... Beware of persisting in the borruis of a revjlii-tiou ; consider that those horroi-s may fead you where yon would not wish to go. If ynu think any:ihing is wanting lo your happiness, plate that confidence in me wbictt-l bare, never cease.d lo deserve. Imilale the-%xamptepf yuoi'bir-.ibreu of Naple.'). They ran lelj yo)uwhetbei!:''llie.King's intentions and mine have not corresponded .wilh.tbeir wiBh>-!=. 1 ani most anxious to ascertain what may be..^o�t suilabN-to your CDnditionj and to the security and welfare of tffb nation. But I canout direct my allention to yonr iiittreals, unless you cast from yourselves tbe disgraceful formsof ted-, lion which you have assumed. ' l.�y down your aro'.B,. and do not compel me. to have recourse to measures wliieli would be painful to liiy feehngs.. Submit to the laws mid I�,' the Alagistrales, Convince nie'lh'al you arecspable of completely effacing yqur crime.   1 solemnly promise yuu,that - Ibat 1 shall pardon all, and shall make no inquiries rirlirr "iiilo Ihe cause of the revolt, or it's, instigators, if you no* listen to my voice, and feel remorse fur having made *o bad a return 
                            

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