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   British Press (Newspaper) - September 20, 1820, London, Middlesex                                THIS EVpNl^G. WEDNESDAY, SepU4?o, THE BEGGAR'S OPERA, Capf.M�c6�ft'^pwmJ��lojl),Mr.T Coftkfc; PeaeTiBm, Mr Blanfltanir bMlcii, tUt.'^ttr; Fircb, lUr.  Mlreiiit6*arBalh�t;d:m beiDg herfiftt �p|ic8nateaB:itutSM^e7. '=* �" :AftM-�bicb, Ihe pondlar Fare* of. AJROLAND FOB AW OLlVEK. Sir Mark Cbake, Mr. Fawcelt; Airreii Hieliffyer, Mr: Jotie.; SelMmeiMr.Abl�>1iiFr�nre,Mr.fim�t]r:i Q�mt^ keeper, JHr.,Can;Ted till Four.  \ Tbe. Management of tb" Theatre bare enipiged, for a limited number of nij^Iaj tbe Principal Dancer* o^lbe Opera-House. To-morro*, Tlje Marriage of Figan), with tbe Ballet of Joconde,iOr Le Prince Troubadour. �   -^Z taSATRE^ROYAL, HATlfTARlsisT. THIS EVENING.AVEDNESDAY, Sept. 20, -will be performedtbe Opera of THE DUENNA. D(U> Carlos, Mr. Brabam; Dpa Jerome, Mr. Williamt; Hot Ferdinand,,MEirB�(iiard;. Don.Antonio, 5Ir. Gray (bli firrt Appearance on^biaalaje); IsaacitlendoM; Mr. J. Rus-oeFI. Donna Claraj Miss R. Conl; I)aDna Louisa, HrC Ga(rHc)c;.tbe:PaniiiB,iMn.P�arce.     After wbid^ a-iiew Comedy, in tbree actf, railed DOG DAYS III BOND-STREET! The Principal. Cbaractera by Aleasra. Terry, Jones, Ox-^erry, J. Rnsseil, Baroaid, Williams^ Miv.l'earCe, Mrs. Wal>. kinion,,and Mr*, fllardyn. The Pablic.are respectfully informed, that, aceordine to the establish arrangement, since thft,tetm'of bis/Ma; jesty'a license baa been extended, to-thia Tbeatce, Second Price will be takenduring tbe Last Month of Performauce: this Evening tberefore,. until the flese of the Season, t1ie Prices will bea*follow:- Fiist Price-Bowsi: 6s;-Pit, 3s.-First Gallery, 2a.- Secoad Gallery, 1>.,....... Second Price-BoXfs, 38.-Pit, l�.'?d.-First Gallery, Is. -Second Gallery,:fid. ;      ' Second Price-wm commcBce erery Sveniag precisely at Nine o'clock. , Places for the Boxes to be talcen of Mr. Massiogbam, at the Theatre/ - , A Private Box may be had, nigb1iy,Uy application at the Bo* Office.- �To-morrow, Dog Days in Bond-street! with Exit by Mistake.  THEATRE-ROyAL, ENGLISH OPERA^HOCSE, STRAND. THIS EVENING, W E ONES DAY. Sept. �0, will be performed, l^lb time, a.new Operatic Drama, in three, acts, calUdl. . THE. BAROX 3?E .TRENC^. � The Baron 6^ Trencit, Mr. T. P^ Cooke; Compiandaik f Glatz, MriRowbothaijiv.AhthonySWarii, Mr. Harley; Lionel Scheli; Miss Kelly; Hanli, Mr.Wilkintoo; Michael, Mr. Broadhorst. Euseiiia, Baroness of Lindbrf, MissCarew; Josephine, .Miss Love^;Catau, Mrs.Grove; Mannet(e,.Miss I.Stevenson.;...,; ...... ,    - ^, . After which, '29,lb;tirae, a new. j^manlic^lVIelo-draroa, in ! th.ree;part9, founded on ihe celebrated Tale'ceilled     '"''I tWE VAMPIRE-Or, THE BRIDE OF THE ISLES. Characters in the-inlrodnctory-Vision^Tbe Vampire, Mr. T. P.JCopke5 :Uidy;M,arparelj Mrs. W. S. Cbaiterleyj Ifoda, Miss Love; Arirl, Miss Worgman.   . j Characters.in the Drama-^RbUiven, Mr. T- P.Cooke; Ronald, Mr.lBoVtley V Itiibert, Mr.'Rotvbnlham; McSwill, Mr.' Ilartey.  :LasIy. Marg)arel, Mrs."VV. �. Chatterley; Brfdgel, Mrs. Grove jEflicjAIiss I.Stevenson. The sp.icious Saloon wj.ll be opened as usual at Eight; o'clock, for tiie aitmittanc? of the Spcond price, which com. medcps at Nrne.' . . ^ Boxps, 5s.; Second, Price, 3s-Pit,'3s.'; Second'Price,' la. 6,1-Lnwer'Gallery,2s.; Second Pric^ Is^i^Upper Gallery, Is.; Secojid Price, 6d:,-' Private Boxes may iie bad nightly of Mr. Stevenson,.of whoni4�laces tirt; to.be taken, at the. Box Office, Str^n^; fin-! Irance.fromTen till Four. J ,   'J To inorrqwj The Baron De Trcpck, with Free and Easy.: r RO^AL^eOBtlJiG^n'HEATRE,:     ,   � ; irndertbePatroiiagepfbiSfRojiil Highness Prince Leopold r|fiH[SPRlESENl^WEDNESDAY, Srpjeh,-M. ber 20, win; be pfrformed, (for the ninth time), entirely New'Grand RqmantriJ,M�|o-Dramii,.*ith iiew, M�-; slt,i:Xteiftive Sceneryj Dressei^ -Properties,' and Decora-tions.in three pclr,:w�iltcn>y;Mr; WJ MoncrielflF, called ' ' .   TftE SMOGGI^ee:'.'? j?OG!   > Or, THE BLIND BO.rS MURDER!. A Comic Sprig. byTlTrVCoweTi^^  ' To coiiclude wit tail' eiitiitely. Kfe* eomi<;  anlomiinic 'E�1niVag^^ ment, wfitli-n by Mi'. W: Moni;ri6ff,''.Y^^        '   ; '    GftlVANNI� IN THE COWNTRY; Or, THE RAKE H.PSBAND;' �.   '.   T   " Don Giovanni, Mrs. Oould; the Minnetde^Ia CoAr will, be iatrtfdutedMy.Slonsieorsmd.Madaroe I^Clekq; r ;5Bbxra!4ii,Ta"da�>iPit;&.-i*GaIlehrlW'!' t-i ^______,________^ ^ tiii^: Om'eio llieXJi^nd MSrirte Satw^^^ . ^Iiom m�y^ii *4d,Piiivaie;B>lc� nijgbtlj.ialsoKJiyge^dniife' SADLER'S WELLS THEATRE MR HOWARD PATJ^E'S niiST NIGHT. .     FIRST.VNIGHT OF TWO NEW PIECES.' fflttlS EVENING. WEDNESDAY. Si!|item. JL   ber 20, and darin; 4be>VReri, 164 Perro�iti4dtt* will q�mmeacewub,-.iievei;3i,ctedi-a�fwTar�etta,�alle4^ .HOT INVITED After which, fur tb^�ra� time, a' giattdrTragicJMelO^ramei ..ii^n three acts, fouiided'apontbevGermali Tragedy by /^jichillej:, entitled ___. THEROB'ffERSr �> Or, THE ^TAL OATH. A . Qiarles De Moor,;iH[f^ t)ow�rd-PAyne (b^og bis fir�t per;. formance st.i IbiaTbeatit^t; .Maximilian; Count De-Moor, ^tber of CbhrlMi, Mr. BelRertoo; >Amet|i^ 'Niesc of' tbe . Counf De Moor, Jtlrs. Stanley. . . ' In the Jirat actvWill be-ij�)ig7 by Metara. Dobbs. Box, and 3berrHfi tbeGlcs'iif "Tbe Red Cljoa* Kniglrti;;' ait4:a^dejT ' Soogby Hiss Caw�e, called "SIrfpou !^4io Carea.tby c<^uc\l moleal." - ^   ' ' Ti|ewbHleloi) (*r.vvid(liwiotf^ S(mi/�r.SiMibn^'Wfirt' -L�pqliua' Durably"->M(ri,' Wecton; � .Miss Pitiitttiayj Miss' /~Pl�ce| >or tb� B)ixea may be taken of Mr. Sturtj at the ,B*is>offio�: of .vibe tbeabe, everyday from Ten till'Four tJtiClock. .rfed;Qiiee�^>and witb- tb>it -riffVaioif\^iid'i'esi>ect-do� lo' her. jixatted^ birlh.i^ulsl%liuii,':$Jb!^ge tben^ Sir^ wliali 1 mustbavc felt wbcB !.�;<� informetf^tbst hrr Royal Higli- . nesa bad conceived an Hae;iD4ii^*b1ep1lli1y,'.without the least fear uf i-ffectual confradiciion, th�l the rents have not actually failed-but, uo Ihe co^-trai'y, have been'bona ^i/e rising-to ifie present moment, and tlrat wheal is a great deal dearer now than Mt- Cobbcit makes it appear. In tbe pari of Ihe knigdom where 1 reside, wheat is sold'by ibe load of ,40 bushels-each bushel, five or six years ago, measuring nine gallon's and a half, but now'tii'e'asuring only eight gallons^ being 60 gallons loss in the load, wfiicb, nith ihe dMTerence of the 1/. iiole being increased in value 53. or 25 per cent., renders the load of wheat at the prearnt price of I8{. per load, equal to 262.14's 4d. six years agn, or the'dtfTerence of'Os. and 13s.,9d. the bushel (I'racliuus >xcepted). Then as to the rent's, I clin'uol find any dimiuiition, ex'cept iu a very f iirr,>v�ry -liltledn Uielr bo'riies, tinnpiketolls tbry.sire ej^emi^t'frora^ crriaiii'CJses; Bind all this tc^ enable them tu pa^ iAate rent. The: tuiitnt U Dot favdaced'dr>�>uefited by hiicb price* or ,;idi^ f^Af it o,uly.m�k��.lbfr faim-of-more �iltu�-iu rent tii : jlh$ landlord..   Ii. Mr.. jQobbrtt aware^i fimit ^te^.cffect - wbich.tbs, price Qfvwbnit ftti npo� iiart^i 3ii�.t%' ryf, turnipa,-::poiafoni, abroad at'4 t 5�. a-bosbel, dealing a tax on the coih.i"ih'>8 o*   n in^lii'.ns yi'arly, which in five yeanr' it mure than  f the gdi^raaitet^laniM't-iM^drHi;' if friur'ilioBsan^ pertans wvre'ta^^ToT^d id inaotifil'^^^^ good^, which in. .exchange w^id.'pi^t^^ the, corn, which oiilj! requires fjliir hulidrvij ftipHaaXtt grnvf.is^l an increase ol labour, and JrCtmnte uf poof lates-what 'a^iurreate of'oaiiunatio.ealih-�faal an auxiliary io paying oii'^e debt ! rtrishMr. Cubhelt lo peruke Ihiv, and not let the eirernn-ttaureof his'CSrm heini; riiurlKfiged prevent his beiiig itm-cere when he takes up his pen on political i'conuni}. I am, Mr Editor, Sir, Your very o(;e|lii-nt and mo.t liunihle .Serrarit, atTOui, September, \i, 1820. hWESTlUATOK. IKE LAND. ^ dublin, september IS. DUBLIN POLl?E. Fifth Divisios,- Mari.bbboijob-9treet Office.-;- Last week the garden of. Mr.Snjeant Joy, of New Brook, ncn-Coolork, was entered br a luimber of pt-rsons scaling the walls, who ruhlied tbe garden of an immense quaotiiy i,t' fruit, peaches, npricots, nectarines, plums, apples, pears, &r. upwards-of two hundred weight. The gardener entering' the garden at a very early lu>nr, with conslernatiun, dism:i), and'^ief beheld the depredaiioa wliich had been connliiiied " oor the bright'harvest of his hope." He insianlly dispatched a mrssepger to Peace-officir Gannon, staTionrd at Cootock with the infurmatiun; this very arlive Officer put bis party immediately on the alert, and very shortly ifaey perceived three dairymen's cars with two rburn.'; on each car, and a. man sitting watching each.churu; Ihey were slopped, aud .declared ihey had nothing hoi bnitrrniilk in Iheir rhurns, but Ihe insatiable curiosily of the Police ia never lobe satisfied unli] Ihey srarch citropleiely, and in this caae they probed to'tbe bottom of l^e churns, nhicli they found very neatly packed up fur market, all the {learhes, nectrfriues, &c. Fruil and Fruiterers were bronglil to this office, wliei� Ihe gardener alieiided, and as fully identified the fiuit buib as io quality and quantity as he would his own children. The six dairymen, aliai fiuitrrers, were committed to Kilmainham gaol, there to abide then-trial at the next sittiog of the Selsions. ' DREADFUL EFFECTS OF COMBINATION. Yesterday morning, between nine aud'ten o'clock, as Ro. b.it Nev'ille and LaurenceGeoghegan,.jouriieyinen sawyer., were retorning to work after'breakfast, they were altai-h, d at Redmoud'o-hill by a. oumbe; of men, six or ^cveu at It-ac.^ who with spokes of carriage wheels biat them so vio-fnlly, ibat Gcughegan was taken iu Mercer's Hospital, where he lies In a helpless stale, and Neville's head and f�c l. CHIMNEY StVEEPERs:-MURDER. On Monday last an inquest was held at Sonny Hill, ia the county of Kildare, aud afterwards by adjuurnnieot on the two following days at Ki.'cullen, before Thomas Harrison, Etq Coroner for said couuty, on view of the body of a m:ile child, Bf;ed aboni seven years, uho was found-dead in Mr. Brnmlow's.shrubbery, at Sunny Hill, and supposed to have lain there about three weeks. ^ From the evidence, il appeared that the deceased wax ihe appr ntice of three sweeps, brothers, of the name uf Slant, Aai had been sold to them fur twu guineas; that he received from ihem the most brutal li-eatmenl at diffeirenc times. It was sworn, they used Iu bury, him in a saod-holt., and when he,was thus almost tuffucsled ihey would draw him out again. The body was di-'Covercd accidentally^ the �ods. that covered it being partly washed away by the raiii. ivWks of violence were perceptible on theliead, nod a blow as if 
                            

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