British Press, August 17, 1820

British Press

August 17, 1820

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British Press (Newspaper) - August 17, 1820, London, Middlesex mien for Ihe iMt^jiiei^r^ncei nosilive'drpirt'ariei forr^nMiiii .'i K�an (bis iMt^pearaBfeiBlB fti^^^ 6bml of H�ml^,;fitliwv:MtkRjwV JJG^^ I)erimait/�te.']^^priY;OpMlii.;]MirtCuW > THRI^ WEEK* ASI^cMJM'SIAGE:^ ;; Sir Cftaflii RMWei, IHr. ElliflOn, ;VPrMmJ�,.Mr.;l^^ The itoore wiH bib|�niea al HilfJMt l?iJt;:^ ;�wJ ..... � ------ - iOf^nSicapA "si Mr. Juoine^litQI^J^j^ THIS EVJENWG. THORSCr^Y. Aug. 17, IWT^irrER THE; Coroii?I1^rrelJWra. Gibbs;  ' After wl]ic!h^v:4;tb jjlniill^a M in.tliree acts, calli^ EXCAAjl>J0E, NO ROBBERY; -Oi^, Tfl E DI A�6n D RifNG. Tbe PrinAipal^^haMicrers bjp'MeBSt-si^^ Terry, Con. nor, Bartani,;:FaHey,lWiHiB^ MrsV Mardjn, Miss iLeigb, JUs. Joiesj aBd:RI�; dibbs. ^ ��^E1V;WEATHER.. _^iT Opmiphproiis Padiiefat,, Barl. Mr. l.i�ton; Captain Bhimley, Mr. Jones; Tint, Mr. J. Rtiuell. Emily Dauvers, Mrs. Baker.;; S'r-' Boxes, ,j^s.r-^pit, 3s.-Pint Gallery, 2s.--Secoad ,?>al. Ifry, Is. ' ; v - Tlie Dobra to be^opened at Six d'Clock, and' tbe Perform, ance to.lAiciD at Srycn.. ,-, . ' . Placps for tii'e'^xes (o be taken of Mr. Massiagbam, at~ the Theatre. ' , - ' Priva'te^Boxea ma) be hfid, nightly, by application at th� Box Office. - ExchAij^e lib Robbery, or The Diamond Riii{;,will be re. pented:evei7^e�eoi)i^ until further noiice.' Tu-morroir.^^ilhRasioa, and.Killing no Mtirder. , ~ THBATR&ROIfALi ENGLISH OPERA-HOUSE, STRAND,..... iTpwrS EVENmG.vTailRSpAY, Aug. 17, at will be'jietfonneili 13U� time, as ^nilrely new Opertiid. l>ra�aj ihtbreeaefatc�lled^ ^ . , -.^ ~. . ~ T i-"^ fwoMA^J's-w : ^" � Diiire vof' Mita.n, l^ti HowbotUam ; Coant Viialdi; Mr. Bartlc^, j' -Ctesario, Mr; Pearman } Corvi PrincfsS Clementine, Miss Kelly; Dachess.of Mantua, Mrs. W.S.^iVtwley v^IsabellMiss Carew. The* Epilogfne^in cbaractevby Miss Kelly. � After Whicbi^lb'time^fa neir.Romantic Mela>drama, in tlir�e parlsjfuunded on the celebrated Tale.called 'THE VAMPIRE; ' , . Or, THE BRIDE QF^TBE ISLES. Chiiraclers in the iolirbdnctory Vision-Tbe Vampire, Mr. T.P,Cooke; Lady Mar^arelj Mrs. W. S. Chalterley; Uiida, Miss Love; AritI,: Miss Wofgman.'- . ^PiiaracttTsin the Drama-Rnthven, Mr. T. PyCppke; Ronald; Mr. Barlley; Robert, Mr. Prarmaii^'McSwili, Mr. HiM-Iey.--Lady Margaret,- Mrs. W. S. Chalterley; Bridget, Mrs.GroTe; Effie, MissCarew. ' Tbe spacious Saloon has been again iastefnily fitted np.^ wilh a neiT: design, representing an Illuminated Oriental Qacden, and.Will be-opened as nsual at Eight o'Clock," for the admittance .of the Second Price, which commences at; Nine. -  Daor�opeo~at Half.past Six, and the Performance to be-glu at$even.: Boxes, Ss.; Second Price, Ss.-Pit, Ss.; Second Price, l�;fidr-Loi�er.Gallei7i�B;; Second Price, Is.-Upper Gal-eryyls.j Sei;ond,PricP,L6d. �. � i : - Prarale Boxe^ may be had nightly of Mr.'Stevenson, of whoia Places are to be taken^ at tbe Box Office, Strand En-tr^ncei from Ten till Four. .... - - '� The Vampire^, will be repeated ever^evening till.further notice, except on the nights, of Woman's WUI. - To morrow, withTwo'Words, or Silent not Dumb. � -SURREY^ THEATRE. " qpHlS EVENING.'THUUSDAY, Aug:. 17, J|. vwllll^i.preseuted (I7lh time); tbe'highly popular Caledonian Romance, ID ;tbreeacts,^iounded on Old Mortality,^ called; � �'��v:-^- J-;':^-' ' � � ' ' BURLEY AND MORTON. CoIoneU.Grabame, .Mr. Clifford; Hajoc-'Betlenden, Mn': Waikin80n;'^j>jpr Aljan; Mr.Walkrr;: Capt. Lord Evan, dale, llli^'IBeng0agb'.->7.,^dy Margaret Belleuden, 'Mrs. Dib^' din; lEdlih Bellenden, Mj�� Taylor. > - . To conclnde 'with a Public Reading of- Mr. T. Dibdin's fa. vourile .Pantomimic ExIrav'aganzaticButletta, withalie. ' ralioot Bildladditioos,"cal))!d V ' ' - HARLEQUIN. HOAX; OR, A^HPAWTOMIME PROPOSED. > Boxts, 4st-Pit, 2s.'-Gilte^y/ Is. / Doors open at vBalf.pastjFive,cbeginXal Hal&paat Six. Half-phcc at Half-past Eight., ^ , , , ^'To-iiorrowj.^vanhoe, and Wheels within Wheels, r-On Saturday will be produced a jiewgrand Serious His-tbrical AUIa>drame,'under tbe:ii(leof Ortiuo,'ur..The Vault. �d Cavern. �� .u : , . :..' T^Hft COURT V�A Vtmiabn ___ �iU*e1nci�i*a ^p^rtiiiii^ in4:,T4ripus^ap�iNtpHaie%^^^ ;lleSiaaA wilA^]q|id�m " - ....... trei m. m History :i|iid Literatolwrftl^ Uoilea K,^ DAILTfiromTeriii the MbriHBg till Six ii She Evening^, andwinbeeloseajnlhiecburaeof next'treel(i � '.' (ByOrder}/ JOHN YOUNG, Keeper. , Admission, :l*>r^8logne8,ls.-i-Historical4ilto,Si^ THE QUEEN^S JPUBLIC feNTRY INTO JERMAiEM. fTiHE*1?ieTURE of the QUEEN'S i^blM? X- ENTRY^VBt^ JERUSALEM, paldia for hiwtfti'^ jesty, and.accordin' her directions, by .fhe>celehnledi RonianiAlrtrsl^Garloiit, wiltjbe OPEN for ES^HI^ at Nb4�0^ P^ll.maH, TOiftORROW, FRlDAYi ifie tttS; This.carious romixviitiiw^^ l^rtraita of tbeQueeiif o(Cou\^ti|^ami,'ofy6ang Austin, and of all the.remark, able pesilDiu'in the numerous suite which accompanie'd her on tbiS'inembraUejicjcasion.~ . Admittance Is. Descriptive Catalogue Od. mitiamJHktfnt iti�*.�f4 ' ' NEW NOVEL.' OaTneaday next will be published, HtTLNE -ABBEY. Three Voluines. uted, by permission, to his Grace Northumberland. .r By Mra. FREDERICK LAYTON, . Fo/merly Miss JEMIMA PLUMPTRE. Printed for W. FeairpiaD, Library, 170, New Botid^lreet. Dedi. the Duke of BRITISH ACHIBVEMENTS. In a few days will-^be publishea-, in One thick volume ISmo. . embellisbed with numerous Coloured Plates, 14s.'boards, 14r.neaily bound,  ' THEN AVAL and MILITARY EXPLOITS wbich have distinguished the Reign of GEORGE III-, accurately described, and inethodically arranged. ;By JEHbgHAPHAT A8P1N. '.. . LoiidorujjMntedvi^l'iSamiiel L^gh, 18, Strand. .-�fe'.^t-.-- ...... ^-^Ttu^fiaF^e. piihU>liedf^iii.SvK-price la.-EMARKS on the EVIDENCE th�t W �li likely lor he adduced in the Judicial ProeeediAgi against HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN, in the House of Lords'. , ; . By AN IMPARTIAL OBSERVER. Priiiled fur T. and J. Ailman, Booksellers to her Ma. jesty, Princeswsireet, Hanover-sqiiare. Of wliom may be had, price 2a. 6d. the Second Edition, .of The DEFENCE of HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN^ against the Cbargea of 1806. By Herself. This day is puhlibhed, handsoihely priu'ted and extensively � embellishedi price Is. THE QUEEN'S MATRLVrONIAL LAD-DER: a National Toy. By the AUTHOR of "TH E LITICAL HOUSE- THAT JACK BUILT." With Step Scenes; and' Illustrations in verse, with 18 Guts, "gj)ilBlifies; declares; Sb^ accepts; alters; iin^j�t�fff She exculpates; emigrates; remi-Tuales; He accuses; The Press Watches; The BntTsb Lion awakca; He asks fur hiaCrown, and tbey give him 'the~Bag; They degrade him'; The end-Cat's meat; TeapoiJhe i^eat; Gone sailing. ^ .Printed for William Hone, Ludgate.hill. Orders, for the Cojantry,.enclosing remittances, will be punctually executed, and Placards fur doors and 'shop win. dows eiiclused. I fit^htUdejT^^ht V8f adiniiii^ .IMivHam'":m of Chodlelgti, staled ; that tlie.Mp bou^ ; Ward >^e:i;ated^ftq-l!be^vl;r^acH; ' . rRobert 'Lope^ �iie;of^the tenanfi^^ Mated that NkfaelasCookVij^;r and mother vat wit-nets't; laeidiqrd ; witnew, taever pmd; jeutlo. VKib. ^iiicent Coo)c> witipetf^ wu�, proceeding to,�he� &' rece'rpt, wheu be-vraa;: L . AIr� Serjeant JPBLt-r" Robin, dDBM;.*heR,yoDr. receipt-you'll never.get it backjigaiq/': h: MrvWilLiASts--.Gome, hoiieit^ jet. ,�ee. it-he gives you bud advjce.*' ,; T ^ ^ There was a geiieral iaugh in the CQiirt occa-�Toned by the. mannej- of this'witnesr.^w^^^ *\ ^ very old mau, d,eliverlng liis. testimbuy^'while .he (ambled over^ few )^apers, and produCedra:recieipt for rent dated 18 ..jeart iincer �hi�:h Ve^^^ the taiigh. '� ' '' _ Mr. Witliaiias briefly addressed tKftCdart,;coti-tendiitg that the;J^^iida|it gay^ back-tliie^^^ ; toJhuyi,/i^|||er^ that eriineiiitist^:cOiiib from the' heart, and nob-merely 4Dout three^years after his sqin,/being tbrjeateaed ta lie made a bankrupt, gave him^.property, again ; witness,'~opon his outl), coo�dered- the pro^r. perty to be his son's after he gave it up ti> jiiin.,: The Judge said he^was cre^dy.'of opiniqp that there was nothing like perjury proVfid^ nor wastbere tlie slightest colour for the proseGuiic^n; and directed the Jiiry to find him iVof Cui%, which the* did without consultationi^^"' ^' The whole of the Ptisoiiers^bn whom sentence of death was passed have been rlprievedexceptJanief C"ri6, for forgery, who it is expected will suffer. lfye.Vi^lbe:ORAry^^^ ... - '.4B^r:^d^'de-t^mp0rt>anim vesseTwltKiSie m0M}i''a!i-^ilb WW bi t. V rifljnit Iwss,^ to ^^^^l-rtjS^yei^sliJ^^t^^ lie riM-ofr6dtlcn'meqt. The Cal^iain of ascbobarr who is here,-and lately fralil'ftagoslara,"abewed me ral oT-them wjfirb Be ^til jll the Isllfcjjpl.rte. General D'Ei'e. reuV^-uaue stabaa-high, here, opiwitfastanding all the at. li^mpts in Irelanii to .blast it.-Sevpral;:merchants of Ihi* BURGESS' NEW SAUCE for general pur-pDSrs.lbaviog .given such great approbation, and the ; demaiird>fcr it continuing to increase, JOIJ N BURGESS and SO'N be0 ;moat respectfully to off^r this their best acknow.^ l^dgmtuts^^iit'the Pultlicfor their liberal p,'ilrouage ofYhe' -aame: i}ts>^irity aud great convenience in all'climateii has , retntnnridUdied: it to the most distinguished foreign ron-: cejxibB8,:3v)]^.ihave all spoken highly in its recommendation, f-It isiprepared 'by^tbem ONLY; and for preventingdis. ' apppiulmeiit.tbifamilies, alliioasible care has been resilrt-ed to,' %^a^h,bbtlie being, sealeil upon the pork with Iheir^ Fiifin;'B|iiB^Adilressi as w^(| iaS each Latiel having their'Sigiia.' InrtV'rifij^Rl"''u' '^^ begennihe. . S- JOjIN-^URClESSaiid SO.N'S long eslablished^and much esisemec' E^SENCE-br ilNtJHOVt E^ continues tb be pre. pa'reji);';^* r Mem'afterIbe: same^manBei; that bas'giveu the greaitttij^liiacilso fbj^ in^^ :.� ' Warehouse, 14,7, Strand, corner of the Saroy-sleps, Lon. dori>-(Jhej&HgiuaiFi6fci^uce Warehouse.^ EPITOME OP T|1E'SCHEME-, /^ARR0LL. CpntraCiofe for I He, Lottery just \^ ended, having fulfilled bis duty by.laying a/��,a^:d vndiiguiiid'' staiemieDt of Khe: Scheme,; before' I lie Public, will no* cortteot himself with presenting a brief Epuome: tjf the presdtit tottery,^which .the. Contraetortay* � for �noullii aiid: fcdnea stands i(nrieaHed.''-rThe PubHc wfill read and jiidee for Ihemsflvgs.-" , , ' ~ Out of; Ai;t the 5,600:TicVcls now op Sale, there are ^^nIj, 62 by which'lhfe purchasers can get iheir tnoney fiacA by tbe remsiningfe,638TickctB4hel�ubricTnu8t'foie the whole oriwirf of Ihejrinoutyl!! ' 'J lie Tickets of the preient Contract wtre purchased of Gov.>nmiTit ^Jr nearly NINETEEN THOUSAND POUNDS lett tha* the latt, and yet.tbji Cohtbactor' CBAit'cFS a BIGII^K Priob-The Public wjlt perhaps find it difficult to'recoricile this conduct with the present Con. Us^toi'j BjBer)ioj],thal he has" piift//ciidvanfai;e as well' as^ iudividosi intereal,,most siiicerely atheSrl."^ ^ Tickets aiid'Sliarei>are-,seIlinga't CARROLL'S fortunate Oteces. 19, CoinBin;aMdS6;Oxfor�liBtre�r-,-where besold,' m the last Lottery, 'No.lS,776, ^'n^rize�,f ,3^0,000/.Cnijnsulf,, and rjf oiherCapitals/bMog a greaftr amoniit than o�ir alhtifOffice.'- . * - ' .'ar.r: ..BiStt'S NETC.LOTTERY. T-RISH-respectiuliy Bcqiiuiiiis the Public he  rtaiecontracledi.wilb Government for a Nti* Lottery, and; he .��utd >,he^driicient - in that.- gratitude, 8rficif>alei'whether be makes h� purchases at ,lhe:ct[^>i;aud:Share%B.r^sfllipx,by BISHi;K^^^ ;:Nni 4j^,rnhilJ, andHjCharliig.croas, LOudbn, and byall Ihi! Agenfifiifthe Country. , ' . , ' , , ^ ' i-B^f*? l?bjSP>.Stecksi^ 'BISH'S OjB(� in (Joriihil!, by which the Public cait: sise-lhe r'lEfuttUatibiifV '- . ~ � ^ NISJ PRltJS. ELtlS and COMBIB �. SWBET, FBAKKLYN, and This action came on to tie tried before Baroni, Grahuin mid a Spjecial Jury,,guThursday morning, and .ciid. not teroiinate uiitii'six o'clock ttie next evening. It arose oiit of* tlie bankruptcy-of Mr. Bartholomew Boyle Thbn\ag^" late of the Tamar Brtiwery, who had^ before his coinmissionr takeii the Plaintiffs into partnership' with him, and was an action of trespass against the p(^titioningcreditor, the messeugkir, and the assigueejcfiir having eiitered the brewery^ and taken away the bmks belonging toMr. Thuimas.and hia^partner8;;;:The?i]ne8tioiV^ waif, wtfether Mrive 'possession of; alt thei^Tamar' brewery/and -oiiier^prop'ertyj; late of Mn Frederick"Dduseyiio August,-I'siyi undtr an arraiigem'eut with'iMe>sr.s.'FraHl(iyn-aud-Sqitire,' Ihs formers partiiern,� by ^which tliey rbiired- from' the , coiicern-that in Nuretiibei-, 1817, Mr. Ellis, took from Mr. Thomas, his wtie, and Mr. >Nunkivel, &n .acting executor uttder Mr. Dan�^ 'Key's will, amorlgagiie-of hll'theproperty^toseCure; hts bills of cost,s-bnil that ou-the lat Juouary^^ 1SI8, the.Plaintiffs entered iinto-partjiership with: 'Mr. Thomas, Mr,Thomaiigiving to'Mr.Ellis two-, thirds of.all the freeboia, leasehold, and personal property,' and 4'7ths of the profits of the^trade, as a coijs'tUeration for liis fiecproin^'" his partner, and" agreeing to'tise 'bis eiideavoors?to]^ raisejmpnies/tOr carry on the concern, -and to pay off 46.000/. ;debt�, of wWch*fMf.'El&s'�'-,bill ijfj costs* fo'rtnedv ' part. It was stipultiled thati'hese-debts shootd he. paid ouf of the j^rofits of-'tlif "irede/iu ttfch order. . � .'� " ' COMBINATION;; � Fili3t}puTran, .Jam>^^ liiuie Piirtiiu,_ tAMiiiitiHcied for bm^^^ coui:l$hed ,in a rto);i .y had,they must have killed him. i}, which be produced in Court. JFhere was a defencie set'up in the nature of ap ut/f^ aguinstalt the Prisoners. The Recobder, after a strong animadversion on the fatal consequences of combination to >�id^f aud the peace'of the combinators and their fanii* lies, passed the fulloVving sentence :-i.^Th8t. ti^ Prisoners.should be severalty whipped, on.Saturday next, from Newga'te to tbe Royal Exclia'ng�> be imprisoned si-x months, and find security for their future good behaviour. ,. ptSce'tirepersonaily airtjnaiotbd with himiand say they think as highly of hiahs.iirw, hut JHamtibiadeli^ in Europe. This, httwcver, nnderatl the cirenmsla'ur^, wajj I believe, an--vot5n'''5'bas be�i! much injured by admitXiog into it inesfpe-rieoc^d young inen' to eTf^aled rank. They had opporluHilira "'.f^*''?? almost every ship.before it reached Margaritta, afid theaceounis Iheygivef ottbe conduct of several of the Geti' tiemen while here, lake away all surprise as to their hebavioor ',b^e. However, itisia Comfort to find, spile of all the as. SeWons to the contrary, that the Irish Lei;ion doea exist- tbstit has smeH'powder-'has been successful-and has still aii bonoorabie'ilame in Columbia, although attempts have' been made to depriveit of it in its native soil. "Th^Congreas meets the Isl .of January next, when the whole business of the Marg^rilla expedition wil>, ii i, ,aiil, be bronght before it. I shall write to you by uur packet from Angostura, and shall regularly send you all the ue�s, . upon the authenticity of whicli you may dcprnd. _ " Ercr yours, &c. &c." SETTLEMENT AT ALGOA BAY. IHJSH LEGION*  The followhig is a letter from Lieut.-Col6nel Brooke-Youiig, of the Irish Legtonj to his -frieri'd in Dublin:- i . , ; -. " Bridge.Town, Barhadoes, 28th May,-18S0. "Before Ihis.reacbes you, you will haveheard of our' mi-J furtuuate shipwreck;- ;i}e'Reinhold: wrote a demi.bfficial i account of it to UotoneiK^nny, which eoBtaio,ed,�of course, i allvthe; necessary particulan. 1 can:bbly say, that at the (dreadful moment of tbe ship's striking I never saw" fi man 44i�pl?y'moreca;oiness8lids�U^possession thanColone'lLyater, j nor men .who bet^aved^betterupon the supposed appnMch of �inevitable destruction than did all our Officers and oriv'ates. bordComb'ermerehas^behaved'to us wiiha-geneiraus kibd.i \] ii^^andatieutibn which we neveir cab forget; To Sir Reynold LAI^Mewefalsy^ye a-he*�j debt o) gratitude. ^^Je furnish; � �d ns with'iwaggflns for tbe: conveyance of ourbaggsge^ i>. Major Pigott, brother of Captain PigotI, R.N. with his,family, occupies the largest tract of land us a free settler. Captain Duncan Campbell, It.iU. aud his parly, who embarked from Portsmouth, fire localized at the'Zoonder end of ihe river, about 87 miles from the Caps. In April last the Captain was married to the niece of Mr. Turner, the mits'ier of the Weymoutli .storeship, in which ship be embarked. The following parties are localized Lieutenants Charles and Valentine Griifilbs, and sisters ; Lieutenant White, 79lh regiment, and family, from Nottingham ; Mr. Richardson and family j Mr. Nrtve and family, late hanker, of ^Liverpool; Air. Leeversey and fa. diily, aud Mr, Heyhurst and family, from Liverpool; tUt. Phillips and family; Mr. tVainwright and family, from Leeds; Mr; Slanby and-family, and Mr. Smith and familyj from Manchester. The arrangements of Government were most liberal, and every attention was paid to the comforts pf t.he females while on board. Xbey were pieuti-filJtly supplied with port wiue and sago, excellent bee.f,4]ork, and bi�cnit; even mustard, salt, vinegar, pet^les, thread, &c. were not forgotten. Ob raiidiug they procured the best fresh beef at l|d. Ver Ib.t-Government willimgly supplies you at Gd. per head, e�meiy, l^lh. of bread, and^tbi of beeft per day. p.iJPtoviaiuns of every kind are amazingly cheap; there is-a.'great want of waggons, and it is strongly tecommeiided that they should be broughtout from-England, as on. landing, teamii of oxeir are procured'^ at an easy ratie, and you get out on your juurdry iminediately. Followers of lieads of .parties are each-, at the expiration of five years, allowed thirty acres _of cultivated luuil, and, by a praiseworthy firraugement of.Guvefnineiit, a man .dying on hi* servitude can bequeitlh to his family or fiieiid sucli proportion of land as he is entitled to, for whichr.ea,-son most of the seitlejB make ijieir will on landing., General DoOkin, the" Governor of the Cape, paid tlie greatest attention to his countrymen. A pre-mlihii of 100 gtiineas is announced fur the farm that sends tlie first marketable produce of its land to^the Cupe. Though the Dutch boors are illi--terate, they are good-natured ; as an instance; we understand that the wife of a Dutch farmer, seeiu-iug anxious for an indiifereut gold watch, it Wait' . presented: to her; and next day a beautiful teadt of I6 oxen, neatly yoked, was sent as^a retting Kear-Admiral the Hon. Sir H.- Blackwood, Bart. :R.C.B. ill his Majeiiiy's ship Leander, 60 guii�, 'Captain C.'Richardaon, h^d ari;ived at tiie Cujie of Good Hope' from. England, ami proceeded ou. to Iiidia to relieve Sir.Richard Kiug, .wljo was daily  expected at the Cape, ou his rt.turo hunae.. Rear-Admiral'Lambert was also daily expeclcd'iu th'e Vigo, froin England. . , ;