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British Press (Newspaper) - September 13, 1820, London, Middlesex NbmbeW 5545. LONDOIV^, WEDNfeSPAY, JSEPf 6MBER 13, mo. Price Td^ THKATRB-ROTAli .DRVRY.ZANB: ! The last Thrte PerformaoCes of Mr. K^an, before lis positive Urpartnre ror.America. - i ;, - \Vedncii(l�y,Sept�ml>er 13, iSaO The Public ere reiip�Ctfairjr inarmed, th&t in conseqaencc ; of the ludisporffion of Mr. Reau,-h6 cannot have the Jio-nuiirAfappearinfrlhis EveoiHe. T0-MORROt\%, THURSDAY. Sppt. his Majesty's Servants will psrform.SliaJcspeare'B Tia. . getlv of . � . .. � ., , . ,. . . .1 OTHELLO. Kukc of Vrnicp,,,Mr./.Tlmmpsoo? Othello, Mr. K ;isfn, representing an lllnminated Oriental
t'sWled prices, have not benefited by'tlie'"st"aie of the' niarJtet- and many, of^them have changed their former mode of lire, and turned tlieir industry inip other chauhtls.- The Majay portion of the pupalatioduf Java.is represented to be greatly discontented with its.present masters, and to be ready to join in any^Sfurls that may effect a change. Our new settlejnent at Singapore is, We undt-rstand, liitle spoken of at Batavia ; but we collect that it is, nevertheless; an object of political jealousy. REVOLUTION IN SICILY. Details of events which took place in sicily, from the 14th to the 19th july [From the," Gazette de France:'} TRUSSES. ' N cotist-qiieiice, of the demand for, 8'ifi Sfgat '� bertefit derived frpin, the use of PIN DIN"s PATENT, TRUSSF-S, VithbUt^nietallic springs,GA WAN and CO, beg^ ; leave to inform the Piiblic, that their .Manufactory is ninv'af' No,^ 2.00, Fleet-streeti; These Trusses are- highly apprb��ed olf ti'y Ihe inosji.emiHeiit,Soi-|:eoiis in to,wi].aml cpiint/yi.jail'd', recoiniiiend^ ttn' �ccHaiit_ur tlieir great and' uniform pres^ isHre,:witfadut'cha i'i'> Antonio, the- hands and \ie;i(i ifreie cut off; tl,.: latter was borne upon a pike. In one of th-Suburbs the house of a General was pillaged. Th-^ Authorities took- mensures for reniovinc: the bc-dies of the slaiu fiom the streets, in order 'hat they might be interri-d or burnt. The palace ->i the F^rince of Cattolica, who was m-assacred, wa, on the request pf the Cardinal Gravina and '.'f f.l)-Prince of Patern ri. In the evening '.li-^ Prince of Aci was arrested, and placed uinl'.-r i guard in the Palace of the Archbishop, as the Ex-Conimauder Aceto had been. The Junta proclaiihed a general amnesty f.jr .tU that had passed, on condition that the giilley-lave: , malefactors, and other bad subject?, would ilp-ir :> themselves and quit the city, wiili money and ports, which were to be given thein for thf^ir rout-. They were threatencd,iii case of refusing obediern---, to be condemned in future lo tlouble th- p-.-wliy to which they were before subject. The lalesl i:"---* from Sicily continues to represent that kiiiirdoin M being torn by the most fearful anarchy. Tliere -.-i-few of the cities which are not a prey to the most frightful disorder. The dani.ige done to Palerni) is incalculable. The domains are entirely pilliigTl. The losses of the principal personages, the houses �;>1 Battera', P-aterno, Trabia, &c. are immen-�e. The Gazette de France of the 81I1 insUint, has llie following article under the head of " Rt-vobitio-i in Sicily." We liave received from an eye-ciine?s the fpUjw-ing details of the events that lia\e taken plac-:: ;!i Sicily, from Ihe 14th to the igtli of last mon'li. It was oil the morning of the 14th that a Kind's transport brought from Naples the news of liie Neapolitan revolution, and the proclam-itinn of'he constitution of Spain. The Crew wore tiie co.-k^nl-of the Carbonari. This Circunsstance exritf^d '.li-; attention of the people of Palermo. On tlie tv-::^ ing of the same day, which wus the fourth d'jy 'Jf the fete of St. Rosalie, a great number of liie inhabitants were seen wearing the tti-coloured cork-ade, which was of red, black, luid sky bl'.i-. Clubs were formed, and deliberations held on fate of Sicily, and they i-esolved that that island ouj^ht '.0 be independent of Naples, as in ancient time-*. To the tri-coloured cockade already ad.'ijjteJ ih"/ added a yellow ribband, and wore it on the brt i,t as a sign of Sicilian independence. On the Saiu.-day morning (15th July) every body was obli-^eil 'd � ivear the constitutional cockade with the yellcv ri?5-. band, and those who refused were ill trease-i. Strangers were obliged to wear the yellow nbb-ind, with the cockade of their own country. In t!'-evening the public walks were full of inhnbitau--, with these cockades. The Carbonari wer-' 'Jin^ abo, with their colours. It was posted on the wilis that the King of Naples had,, on the 7th, .nc-jeuted tlie Spanish Constitution. This e.\-cited the ritii-c-jle of the people, who hastily torstdowfi the Ki-i^' ^ anna from the notice in which tKe news -.v-.!, it-t-nounced. The name of the- .Minister Tommasi, wh.j had sijJiied liie Proclamaiioii, was also to-.i-.i dyvjn. The evening was terminated by the proce?sio-i '.1 Saint Rosalie, at which tiie Senate of Puitni-.-, the Archbishop of that city, the Cardinal Graviii-j, and the different authorities assisted. The i;na4t. of the Saint was borne in the prucessioH, df(.�o-a'.c'a with the Sicilian cockade and the. yellow ribband. The procession had scarcely finished vrhen teves it Soldiers of different corps, wearing (he nniforiii .11 the Carbonari, ran through the streets, cryint; " Fiue la Constitution .'" The people repeated the cry, with the �addiiiou of " fife la Troupe de< Carbonari." The principal street cf Palermo, cslled Cas-Kro, was full of soldiers and of people. Among the confusion of cries were heard, "Vive le Ct/nstitu-tion.'"-" Vivfi le ion l)rdre..'"-" Vive Hohes. pierre Vive Scinte liusalie .''^ The tumult increased when Lieutenant-Genernl Church, acting as Caplain-Geueral, accompanied by the BrigaJjo'r Caglitore, and ordered the soldiers to retire witho^Ji., noise. . . The people received ihe'crd^r nilh fmsts
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