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   British Press (Newspaper) - September 21, 1820, London, Middlesex                                i - wiU M iwrfuiined, lu two acif, TttE IlEGGAR'SOPERAr ^ ' ' ' <:apt.1^!BrWlIi'(faf^rmiiSwn)JIIr.^^L^^^ Mr WcW>i�t' M{lev��lct^-lUej J�uneifViiiro. 'a �tt^Ir e^lral tJMrriaeT^^ on � novel nriiici|�te. . A Private Box may be b* r>fhe;&!�aiiiWi>or fligMyr:fl& leTy,l9,j ^*i(odiP�irf,6d.   , , Place? foril�Borneo 6e:.l�Jtrh oT^M Box OBSce.'finft�tt^ Uain Ten 'iltf Fonr, mitedi^numbec oC ingbts) Jbe:iPnnct|ial; OtAcen! ofitbeJOperaf flouw        ^ J .  On Salnrday, Shakspeare'SjCamedy of .�rm�. Tim EVENING. THtJRSDAY, Sept. 21, A EOI^N0 FO& AK OLIVER. Ar()Prii^bicb�*ne*f, Cinifedy,it>lbreeAilii railed, >, ; Tlie:Pau<)ipali<4b8jeactei's.br.Mesan. Terry;iBaker, Ox- :| Wrry, J. |lu�iiell,,BaraBrd,'Williams,-Mrs. PeArce,Mrfl,Wat. tiinsonj-and Mrs.'ltfardyn.   �       ...... To coBclnile Wftb the Cotnedy of fijMTBf mistake; � ^ I|oland, Mr. Terry vJaelr Straw; Mi .Pigfon, Mr.Jlfflmraond;  Crorbery.^Mr. Ji'Rua->!rll. Mrs: Matrlier, Mrs. Pearce; Norton^ Mrs.Keg-�riallV H^rriel^iBliBB teiKn;}4>rallte;> Mrs::B^&er.-;'   V *,  j S�coad Price--Bbxcs, Ss.-Pit, Is, 6d.-First Gallery, tp. -Second tJallery^fld        ^  SecQnd.Pric^:^ill xgitni^ preei�e|y,8t ^ ine u Cluck. .        / .      - . Places' for. the {tioxes 10 be Ubcovf Mr. Uaisingbam, at ibeTlieatre,     ^      ) A Private Box may be had, nightly, by application at tlie  Box OlBcc.-� �' ' - ...  ,Tlie>SoorAto;;be^pened.at Half-past Six.o'Clockiaod Ibe Perfurmance Jo beKni nt Seven.... To-morroWi 6uy ManiierfuB, wilb Tcazjo^ made Easy. ' BANK OF mhLaD:8�^'^Bii i's.'tSM  ^, 'f!" UtfVfeRNOraiiA CO^rPANY of the BAUW THat. a GENBflAL COURT will be held at-lhe Biiricj, ioh I'HtRSDAT UEiT,-^ tbe 21rt .inslanl, *a� "tife^' ofGloefc m'thS Foreiwioyj'to coiwidef nf �jPIYII!BSPif fhiA will also be one ^f the QU^RTERtY GENERAUi:^ Ctt#RTS, ap^infed-by lbe''Cha*Jer. 'V ^   jl^BERt vest, SHetefw^H^. S' SAtj ttD'BURGE8S,Mut '3PN'beg, most respectCully to ofTer.lhis Ihe^r best acfcnow. 'JfilpaeiSi to (lie '^u1>irc,far'~ineir libera'l ^troaa^i oftbe ^aanefi it^^'Otibty-atnt^^rtafcoUveDience'liI all diri^afer'haf r;f�oiaiit9 *-'^- ' ' \ 1 ^$ti\uiaiKi Sirwfdvcomer-tir'tbfc ftyoy^atcpii taiii ddi�^>^ eperrormed,''15tbtiine,.a new Operatic Drama, lu three acts, called THE BARON DETRENCK. The BBron�Ue.T/eiiefc,'(Mr.:T.rP: Cooke'; Gommaiidant, of XJIaiz, Mr. Rowhotliiim;. Anthony:Swarlz, iMr-^Harley ;i Lionel Sclie(l,Hiis8^e'lljr; Haniz, Mr. Wilkinson; Michael,: Mr. Broadhiiist. Eusenia,_^Baroness of Lmddrft'Miss'Carew;! Juscphine, Miits Love;'Co'taU;,'^Mrs-. Groye; Manuetir, Miss; 1.8lerensuj>... .. t .        -,. .. � ' To which will jie added, the popular Comic Opera, called i : FREE AND EASY.        '     ;   -Sir John Frcemitn.fMri Wfench ; Mr. Charles Goiii'tiyvMri Baitley; ;Mich!iel,Jtlr. Wilkinson; R.i!ph^,M,r. W- ^-'Cliat. terlry.  Mrs. Ciharfes ciiurtljt, lUiss Lovej Engenia, Mrs.' W. S. Chatletleyj Gertrude, Misi! Kelly. .   � The spacious ,-Saloon will be opened as usual at Eight o''Clock, for.the admittance of the Second Price, which commences'at Nine. ! . ' Dporiopcn'at Haif-paiit Sis, and the Performance to be. gin at Seven. Boxes, &s.;. Second-Price,-3s.-Pit,'3s.; Second Price, Is. 6i|.^Lower Gallery,.2s.; Second Price, Is.-Upper Gallery, is.-;:S�coi][d'Pric*{6d.' .Private Bvxes^may .be had :ii|ghtly of Mr. ^Stei'snsonf-of whom Places are if be taken, at the Box Office, Strand Entrance, from Tea'till FolirJ':  � !,^. ... .   To-morrow^. The Yampjre-r-The'Promissory Note-and BelleswillioufBeBux.jt                    , ; . .,, THEATAErROYAL, ENGLISH'OPEBA-HOBSeT" .'HLA'.Ri HARLEY .has (he honour, to^aimoiince XTji.;:fiwBENEFIT,whjct is appointed for MONDAY 6^fake8i�1oi^M^'; Harley,-34, King. street,. Covent^iarden^ and of Mr. Stevenson, Box Ufficej Strand Entrance, fiumTco Itll Four daily.' Jitst pnbUstreil^ :very-,lHnrf^in'ely printed In l#tf^T(illiii6eti ;4lo;.iH�ia*ted:i�ittefin�n>SM.:Enj{Wein    ^Ud TWrty? , .tiv^.WowlHiiiUi.price 6i.:fts. In tKiards,    � *-pj&AyE"LS ill SICILY, GREfiCE, and 'A >      ALBANIA.         ' '      �^.;iJ%iUi�Bev,Tw-S..H.Da9B,.-: .. . , Fello^ 4ir Emanuel College, Cambridge. The Firat' ljW^esling part^vorG^ce,^vrllh� more patUcnla^ {^i(elailed Account than has yet appeared of the grrtit Ciiien Uf ^gmgentiim, Syracuse, 0elpbi,4fld-NicopuliS^ lhetsleofZaoi.e,qnditbePlainofArg9(.! 'n^v � i.. ;i5"lieSecoudjscpnfiiie4chiefly to Albania,a eoQniry.which .(t^Autbor visited nndei :ibi� part ofilliff^VorfccaiitaiiliFa very ^eta||ed;jU||�lAry.uf]lbe.|irivate ami pnbUc Life of the great Albanian Chieftain, Ali Pasha,'^ with his Wan*; Ghararfei', %odiV)ie}!i>;inteifsp : >^nec4patT,qnagefif their FrienJs and the Pubjic. fbereW only 7,600 Ticktis. The Schemecqntains in Sferfinsittoiiey .........,^.,w.',j(>,oi)o!   . : ''^^?ii^:i^i'^vo&:i^oi6,i':L^i-^''^^ ''20-     ^ TWO OF TWENTY THOUSAND POUNDS! TWO OF TEN THOUSAND POUNDS! Others of 1,000/. &c. &c. &c; all. Slerling Money__Only 7,600 Tickets. Not less than 4,500 tiekels will be drawn ~ 5th OCTOBER, yet ALL WILL BE PRIZES ON >T;HAT DAY.      , . WEBB,  Stock-Broker, 9,   Coinhill. in briefly noticing llie above attractive and notel fea. tiires^ of the approaching'Slate Lqtlery, begs to.pointout .the^dvantage'to be derived, from purchasing early. '     TWO PRIZES OF �10,000 must be- ilecided m the' lirist - Five' Minutes; and.as 4,500 TirbeLs Qt leasf, will be.drawnrXnany other CJapitaU are also likelv~lo cnnie np on the 5lli October, on which day Every 1 icket drawn must be worth; at i.�ast, -141. Tiolsels and  Shares are on Sale at W�BB'8 Fortnnaie Olficc, 9, Cornhill, Loudon, where No. 8,443, Ihe first 2,0,0002. Prize in the present year was Sold'in Shates. 5�;l- ivjifrflr"' Honse:.     _ the idiolesal^aniL-retail DispAta) wlfcb' ihVValhJu^abte \iomytii\ a t irRLiNG"a,id Co' isfet d^^aiing t^tr&riagjof tfaeT(,rrien inoval from. 39-2, Slraiid, gmdiafrt t� reitti%;t&t G?P. 0*an��t> rig|tt.tD-infln�r�ct J�t if-iii aealed'j'UltsibR P^ntwtf ?&J'iJP,�irt C�.. attf ibe ,w�r4i ^by *hp ��4 IfiW �njji Imi depended on.,a< K�nii^�eviit I 4 IhejOtOnlry. fKJut'i fsus  i> .tjMriQKsjJ&imaliontioffPwnl, Aro^tbg^tt^ibee Eoffjgn-Stj|es,.W|lb  twrving-tnatjl iVigb orfaesrff and bl"Qil .........     -------      of bandi ______________,^_________________ .S*i,^f(�pr piSbt' *uitor,'�4rth-^"ft�li^�"ki^ Wnd^deiJiVrtKi injeti--thrtiflHS?rpr4H�i*tiHl'Krfii;�Ti*1ioriiy*6H��WJ ni2!hi8'befte**i!iainU �teiibiii9htS)Fb�ieriri:t>iri!i{�^ u-rsr 11   - , , i.-T!    I I �' J- If . , .'^TRUSSES. ... N consequence of the demand for. and great benefit derived from, the nsc of PINDWs PATENT TRUSSF.S, withoutmelallic springSjOAWAN aiid.CO. beg leave to inform the Publie,.that their Manufactory is now at NOi 200, Fleet-slreet. These Trusses are highly approved of by the most eminent Surgeons in town and country,'and reeomniended.o^i account of their great and uniform pressure, without chafing.. Respectable references can be given �to Sni'rgeons and others,- who have proved their good effei;ls; .7]Iipseby whom sfcel.'rruqsca have been wora, give.tbe decided pi^fgrence lo P.^Pindnrs.-N.B. Persons sending the cir-ciRVRrence of the hotly below the hips; and the largest part of'the thfgb, stating .Which side they are afflicted,.may de-peodon being correctly fitted. ^CIETY FOR THBDISCHARGE'AND RELIEF^OF :?PE11SPNS'.IMPIUS0NED Ft)R SMALL DEBTS,-;       , Craveu-slrret, Strand, August 2,1820. BENEFACTIONS; SINCE   THE  LAST �;/:;'.(*;3v..^?.::-iK'EFORl\'Viz;. : His Roy8l*H.lghnes�!lhe Duke,,of Glqucesler , ' Second Be;ie  M.� Fine frjum: a .Harkiiry Coachman .. Received fur a'Book,   Neild on Prisons" � 25 5 5 2 Z 3 .   2 I 10 10 �5 1 o 2 .yery BTaplj wUl We^^ittcd .j^b ihe Prize�"tbat�^WSjrffin�io,in< bay <.rDr�w!i|ir<��"<�'''�^'�'f�i^jpj^!^VEii^i �'I' tl'rt jjt.1 til 4 ..t r t'.�Oi.iu. and ijipi|iiiaa,;lpwrdfjSViM?��*'Apwi^twa ii^ nk�i > Tbe Hrl^toC>.tire �nwMaavantr oHitaatety Urnduc^d' the dmreil feffetft.iiiniliMe' Ntihdf HaVsatl casXl? indignanMj'ii.afifervKJqiie/.AC^OQi^ tresV,,winch, ItkeAhe ,re�tsofithtiii-Faptivatmgvbook, IS so tiatorai^8$ ^n Ailireljr ont of the reader's h^ad;, and. they go on as iPew^ iyflaWewere triijib,''Ubd"-6VPi^'' circu^lance 'real. iTiis indeed.is the acme o^^t^i to Iiav� nptbin^th^^ dexi$(��i^0in.coinniQa hfe^ -and yet.lb^ charm of the most exfraprdiiiary advemnf'UHi* Roland, ^ersabroa St. Cailtbert of ithei sacrilegioQS' oiitfaKeity 4�teH�tted by ;the nearly Refbrineisi tfer&~1Vtiigdale   ^ ^'iAsshe spoke shebentliet: head :loward� the broken image, witb-aconntenaoce^tn wbichslro'ng re8entnient'and'2�ul �eremingled with an exprfes-r-^dh'of exta^tc' devotion-;~she' raised tier left hund aloft as 111 iRe. i^t of making a vow, �nA tliq^ |jro'-leeded,.  Titfie88 for,100;i:toly Saint, witbm , whose violated! temple' �e jstand, that as; tt is nut Jor vengeance of my rnvnthat-mfvhatepnrsaes these people; so neiiher'ibr'any:filvonc- or' earthTy aifee'-tion tonr^rds ai;y amongstthenfi will,I withdraw i^y handrfrom.th^ .plonghy when, jt shall pd9s overlive deviited furrpw I, Bear .witaess^ holy Salntj once tby- ojt - ,  , > :,) ,\;,4t.w((sjij)deed QO.eoiiimonfightto Rolaiid, the vestibule of a paUcej trav^ir^^d by iig varioqs grouprs x-soipe radiant with ga'ilty--8oine pensive, and ap-'parently WergWd'"^diiwin by dffiirfsf'concerning the State/ oii*'cOtfcerwng!thewtel*e?;:-Jaete;^ t-twsimns w!bJl�i�^eAtttift6�i yet,coii�ix�ndiiig^ hi? fucred ,c|o9l$ |iiid sabj^ panto^tifles; t^re-"' " lU-ltiy uamci* , - ' " '1"yi>it-ipray yOor .-iiiswer, M'uli.m,'' said" ftlitllbgrtf iio tfie'ffemanil of /^^W*^i'C:�^?'-tidupi-ir." wid tiw-Qwe-. *ltejrratHi*tlie'HeinaVV pdi�eri{at,f�l�eiJ dfad^lwll^^ bofit* tbar^vilf 'l^r^biK'efsltifted^if litpiM* 'vrbich object fer, .<�li}c\Kvlaiid w^'aisrpatrff*^ EdipjbvrKh t�v Gl^wlmning was to berforniaucei 'The'itraits, howeser, are so blended with Hie greater'(tortion of the'HoiykrthBt it must be r*ad to giveanldea of their captivating natorel Mfe shajt .onlyselt/c^what can be. intetli-gibfy,separated:---;    ,1. �., f'Her. face, herformr liave been so deeply im^ pressediipon'lhe'iinigination,thnti even at 1 lie distance of neatly tUrec^'O^ntunes, it IS onnecessary to remind the Qiost ignorant and uiiinfonned reader .of tli�! ,8triktog traits,wh(cli. < cbaructeriae that remarkable coontenance,M:wbich �eems rat, once to combine oitr ideas of the majestici;/the pUastog, and the briUiant, leaving ns to doubt whether they express morje happily the Quepn, the "beauty, or the apcomplished woman. ,'iWho, is-.tliere, at the very mention of Mary;?Staart'� name^ that has not :her'Countenance before'him^ fl� that of the mistress of his youth; or the favonrite^angbterof bis' ' advanced age ? Even thos^who feel themselves com--pelled to believe aU^.or muuh of  "  ; ,.    .        . i >   f Tins, parcliment,*>'answefed Ruthven, iti the rsame tone of inflexible!gravity^'and unfolding the instrument" as 'be'Vpok*;''�T8 one; by which-ydnr Grace constitutes;your nearesl'in blood and the most lionourable: and- * rnistwtjrtby ' of ;yoitr- - subjects, Jamjsi Earl of^Murrayiffl^etit vof ;tfae' -Kingdbin^ dur(ti{r the mitioritf-i-of  TCwg.'iHe' already  holds  the appointment - of ~thfe -^ettt Coui^cil.'  ' ' f s    >    III I  ' t u; M TheQaeei(tga�ei��(irftir khiriekVand^lappinp 'herliKiids tQgetb�',v^Xtliiiiii?dj.  .......,, ,. , Mtmiibiiy4''6f'ttutJi.ei�' irs h^^^ /and leader ^l^^tiii3ii�^^lai|ied"Jief I'ands on Her 'face. n^t^immdiww^ tiw^;' ttodped .ib^ii were iiife Cfor head^iid! wept- p;.bttti;rly. tlint. the t tars we swit to'fiWff.'lheir Way W sfi^&iiis'-betweeij- the wlu aiid le'ftdyf'ifihger* with wlirch she eHdeavoufed-it) cmiti^f^Mra.' ' ;  vre .......-----------RTiefs, the irtodfe dt avoididg'heiy ones.'  Sir Robert Melville,' said RothVen} 'vie best know for what purpose We ��er4 delegated hither, and wherefore you were soniewhat" liiinecessarily sent to atteiid us.' Nav. by iftV haiid.'said Lord Linilesay, 'I know �    "t     .;J    'ji- ^'_i;t-i::>.J _...U  .U.' T.^.i.-l.. potli caments, to (d'ease a'fi^ward rhild-^a needltss labour, melliinks,' wher'e''nf^h have ihia means to maks ihein swallow the) physic otherwise.^   * Lortis,' iaid-Melville;  ye best knoi secret iiisii'tiCfioiV*. ' I 'c6n<'cive I slia Nay, wi,-:noW your own secret iiisii'ticYioiy*. VI ' confcive L shall best dbeV mine in strivitig to in^diste between her Gmce and vn'u.'  Be iile'nt; Sir HobeVt Melville,' said the Queen, arising.^nd her fuce still g^lowin? .with agi'-tation as'she, sijofce, ' tily  kerchief, Fiem'nj;-I sfiame that traiio'rs'sjWontd have power to move me thvt�. Tell the,'prou'd Loi-ds,'she'added, wiping away the tears as'She! spoke,  by what earihiy warrant tan liege !'triif tn-interfere.'<' The rude Bsiron then qititteil b<�bofdr dikgai^ng^ the cooTusioir which he really ! felt at having! indiilged,his: passion to such extent, ' niider J a t^^sulteri ,f,-aud contempiuojjs- smile: ; Tfie Qoejm'ipiitlediately'hegsn^iwifh aV expreissioo 'of : painii ito.'bate,-!the-iarm which he had grakped, |by ::dra��iilgiip.l^isteevebf iii^'goffn; and it wppeared iliit bl�'gf�ifp:bed'lel^ the parple nurlns of his' boii fingttstl^n; hwfl^shi^ My i&itd,' '�be ssia,- ^ as a knigh'iat^d gebtleflSaDy|j�ii Tnigb^th�Vi^   

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