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   British Press (Newspaper) - September 23, 1820, London, Middlesex                                NCMBGR l:Ui� Muriel Drt^an^ JfeLKSU^f V       BANK %*^.?J5?ERAL COl^^ willbel^clH at the B.nlr. I Election�fra^irecWf;wjirfiei<�dbtwil thai Eiepinr.  , �iBttin Election:WllA* �hnll nnr  hncri^ J^^'^JlUi^Al.'.i �,*^^^^9%Wayiberjud for tIle^Sqwtvo^:nigh^Jy;;;o Mr,Bra!idou,at;thrBox;Office. ^ B , ,   ,'iJpeiie4 . the Way begin ,^jt&yf a. r, Box^ ^�j,^iv^,^^.U^t,^. tls, called .  ,     OVER THE WATER!   ,        . , -The Principal'Cbaracters by Stetsrs. J. Ru Bsell, Oxberry, �VJMIliaraB, Hamniond,^ Mrti Baker, M'lss K. C'Wi, and Mis. � Jones.; .  - '   , ' SrcandjPrice.^Bax(ii 3s.-^Pit,-l�. 6a.-First   J   i On RIoaday, The Duenna: Don Carlos, Mr- Brahjim. THEATR&ROYAt, ENGLISH OPERiC-HOUSE,     ' STRAND. i rpHIS EVENING. SATURDAY. .Sept. 23, m.   will be performed, 16lh time, a new pperatjc Drama, intWteBcts; called ,'   - ' = ; r iTHEBARON DETRENCK. The Barpn^e.Trenckj Mr.T. p. Cooke; CominandaMt of Glolz, Mr.'RoWbbtbam; Anthony S'warlz, Mr. llarley.; IJonerSch^i; Miss Kelly ;;HaDla,atlr.\Vilkinson; Michael, : Mr. Broadliurst.^Eugenia,BaroiieB�;Of Lindorf, M'ss Carew; Josepliinp, aiissLbvey Cutau, Mr.s,GroTej Kannettf, AJiss [ After whicbj 3!st time,� new Ri imanlic Melo-draims, in ,in1e�dB4^ttt.bateJrepniK^^^ of Constatnlatwg her Mijcsty p� the cfoseof tfiecafie ag'aiiist herv i8'p'"*pno^'', bn account of the encasements of several Public Characters, lo TUESDAY NEXT, iBe iZBlh ioslant, at the FreemiSon's Tavern, Great Queeo-ilreet. - T6e Members: for C^dpn.VVestminstei, Middlesex, and Soathwark, are iftvilcU to attend. ' , , II is intended that Copies of the Address shall afterwards be left atiVaripus^pftces f^^ and Ibat It shall, be peiented to! her Majesty by a Deputation, accompanied by a procession of Ladiet and Gentlemen iu coaches, drawn by four hotaea each. *      quUe t^f,Mhii.K.ftt,th5� apfieflruiii      "  - mi ;f!..v. MEDICAL SCHOOI, ST.'BARTHOLOMEW'S   h HOSPITAL. THE WINTER COURSES of JLEGTURES will be commenced at this SCHOOL on MONDAY, October 3) at Two u'6lork. On the THEORY and PRACTICE of MEDICINE, by Dr. Hue. On ANATOMY and PHYSIOLOGY, by Mr. Aber- MKTHY. ~  On the THEORY and PRACTICE of ^SURGERY, by On CBKMISTY and MATERIA MEDlCA,'by Dr. HcE. On MIDWIFERY, by Dr.Goocii. PRACTICAL ANATOMY and DEMONSTRATIONS, by Mr: Stanley.. Further parlicohirs inay be obtained by-application at the Apothecary's Shbp of the Hospital. '     . DR. SYNTAX IN SEARCH OF A WIFE, THE Public are rcKpeGitully iitformedi that the THIRD and LAST TOUR of DOCTOR SYN-TAX is in the Pressj the. First Number of which will be published on the tst of OCTIIBBR NEXT; and to be "completed in Eigiit MoPtiiry Parts,: priceiZs. 6d. each. - This Vblbme~will' cbn^in bis TOUR in SEARCH of a Wl FE ; -o Subject wbicli may be presumed to promise a tie. .gree,ofinlere8t,.5yiracity;rHnd entertainment, which may justify the hope of its receiving an eqolll degree of favour with ttie,T�o preening* "itburs published by R. Ackermann, Ofdettfe are received by oirtSe^fiookseiKrs. Ilirce parts, founded on the eel ebrated Tale called . THE VAMPIiIe; Or, THE CRIDE'OFTrHE ISLES. Ciiaracters ih the lalruductory Yiuion-Tlib Vampirei Mr. T. RCoobe; Lady,Marsaret, Mrs. t?r. S. Chatltrley^ Dnda, iiiisB Love; Ariel, Miss VVorgman. '"',' Cbaraciers. in Ibe Ilrama-^Rdtb'feu, Mr. T; P", Cooke; The spdciouSj'Sailopn will be .0|fei(ed 'as tisual. at Eiglit o'clock, for the admitiance of the SecouiJ Price, which com.� mences at tj ine.' � '    '      � .w.    -.    , : -k^-.., Bbxes^&s.;^'Second,:PriGe,r3s.-P!t,.3s.; Serond .Price, .Is. ftd--I/),wer.'Gallejry,2s.; Second Price, Is.-f pper Gal-lery, r8.;;Secorid Price, Od.      '     . = c Private Boxes may; be- had nightly of Mr. Steven'wn, of whom Pjaces are.to-bei|>ken,a^^tbe,.Bux Office, Strau ^ Eu> irance,'froo> Ten till Four'^' "/ V- HAZARD'antlr eOii^re�|ii:crfully iitt'oriu,tt/(i Public that the Stale Jbotlery.commences drawmg.on the &lh of NEXT MONtH.^n which Day 4,500Tickets will be drawn.-The Scheme contains �  ^ S......Priies of......�20,000 * 8 Prizes of10,000. . &c. &cr All Sterline-Money. Every Ticket-or' Share 'bought before the Drawiiur begins will h^vevthe=Ghapce�pfiTwo Prjzesof 10,000;.-, which:*'iU bo drcided III the firstiQuarlrr-of-an-Hour, besides all Ijie othrrCapilalsthatmay bedrawu that Day; and if drawn a Blank tbe;First;Day^lhe-rHplderf-may receive: 14/. for it (Shares in propqrtiun) if.-pi'CFeu,lrd at aiiv of HAZARii and pO.'S Offices on or before Friduy, the 13ih October, or have A Ft^RI'HER CHANCE on >the Scmnd Day, Oclobei-18, for/all.lhe Capitals.remaiiiinKrintht: Wheel. ... Tickets aod Shares.are Selling arHAZAftDund CO.'S Officesi'Royal Exchange^gale ;-26j Ci)riihill; 324;! t)xford-street; where haveiibe^n: recently. Sliarrd and Sold .Four Prizesof 30,000/., SixPr4zesot;20^00/,'jitfc. &c. ^ A BRIEF SUMMARY of tlie A-lv^irtajjes 6f xm. Purchasing, TICKETS and SHARES, before ^Ih OCTOBER-- ^ I c     , Yuu are^ureof :lbe chance of Twos of IO,B00 i i5.miiiulet; hrsideslbe chance ut wt^aKvcr ollur Cupi* laJK may be drawnon that day. ' ' >uu nresiire^f untlfss llian-4,50a Tirkels bring dcsjwiPl oil the Firs(1>ay, 5th Oclobtr, being iiiore'lhau twd-ibirds ' of Ilie whuleiLotlrry. -      ol lhe.at>ov;^dvantagrs-ifyou.ilo nut make your purchase bifore Firsia>fiy, ht-caube Tliry exclusively hdbugto'lhiit'dBy.: '   "    '    > ' 1    . ,              SpUfWi CQNTillNt           .J     ' -     - , T\\Q .... Mouo I ,T \r.O .,.. ^ 10,000 � ' V.rSOit'her BipefilB.' All fiterlinff Money!-Oply 7,600 Tickets. Tiskels and ShareiiaWSelliag'bj^'J.BUd JJ-Sli'EWRIGHTj BRITISH ACHIEVEMENTS.^ Just published, in one thick volnme ISmo. embellished wilb numerous coloured Plates, 148. hoards ; JSslneatly bound,' THE N A VA Land MILITARY EXPLOITS - which have diitin�!uished-the Reign of GEORGE III. accurately described,: and methodically arranged. By i BHOSH A PH AT ASPIN. .*.� To the proffesiied historian it will be a oseful book of referente, the most rareful attenlion.having heen paid to dates and plares.  Tb. the cursory reader it will pr^ve au ^o'terlaintflg and iostrucliVe companion; and to the rising' ybutb, a.inusing introduction lb the knowledge of  , two extraordinary Letters.  ThatoftherWihMnstauti contains Jhe Proceedings to the" AdjoUrBmeni of the House.  The 17th'-|ia9 an Engraving i-f the HpuSe iof Lords, nine iochrs by seven, with au ExplannloryTable, and a Syiippsisof the whole .of the Proceedinga against hpr' Majesty, j These six sheets pf the Observer contain, in Ibe whijie, seventy folio rulumns if the Qureu'^/Biisiii'ess; the price of them is Three Shillings and SixpenceVand lieiiie slaraped.'Newa' papers, they can be sentJo any part of tbe^Uiiiteil. Kingdom, free of postage; franks fur that purpose may he had gia Uiilousty at file Observer Office*", No. 169; and No. 192, Strand.-;' '    . . .-Ltt.'--?.;' ' :i'he7]isl:five publications of ilie Observer, including the Sbptili:menl".SIiect,-used I49J958 staiDps, and 300 reams bf papers;'' ^        ;   " ^ � r.   .        . :-    � NEW LOTTERY. ' Prizesi of ... .f20.000 . j.are.. ..-�40.00(1 2............   10,000.......... 311,000 - 2 1,0110,......,..   2,000 .*ai;.s.....i     500,.....i...  1,1)00- 1.510 from.......'..       200 to 16.... 28,200 ,    !j,20(Jt.Blank8, Worth        14 each ..... 58,800 ' ^WIFn^'aiiiff CO. recoimneiirf ihis Sclieinc to the attention of the Public-Two Prizt-s of 10,Oqo<. mhst hediatrn the First Djiy (!ith Oc|oberj, andtbe .'Blanks dra*n on ifeat Day will have a Srcuiid' Chance uf ail the Gnpihil and other.Prlzes.^iii-the Wheel, ai-;they may he'soldj at iherateof t'4f per Ticket, as.explainpd .iii .ihe'Sqhcnu-a giVeii at SWIFr anil CO.'S Olil and Fortiiliaie^Officesi Noi II, Poultry; 12,'Charing-crobs ; ana 31, Aldgate High street. � ,.  .......i^^fsf^kmb^^^^trntftmr people^ '^hwtneriti^^ tbe poW^'rfiii. interest W&ch b subj^qetiiia dear to tlie bosoins of .Ebglisbnifitv aii. alliiatba'to -vtlie ; last akd, thoiDgHgIorioiU:fno(D�ut8of Lord Ru in list exet^iiie, over: eyery heart, capable. of i^^ppre-ciatin^VlW extent pt.lH�-8erTi^ sacred llii-obof fi-ieedoas forwiiich ihej Noble Martyr sacrificed his virljUous:existence. Such, fetliiigs seem to have eserciled a strong influence over the mind of Mr. Cailwn'g. Hie glun* with inditrnattoii at the cold barbarity of the pensioned . tyrauti Charles ; sympathises io every ardent, passion that governed the cpndu<:t of the virtaoas iiti8i�ll, and exufts in the principles which 4ri ns hovering o'er inspir'd. Her-chosen sous'#ilh'love of fc^dom'iired,^   -Spite of an abjrcti'feetvile, penlibnM trainj " -Minions of power,- and. worsbippera of gain, To savefruna bigoiry:ilt deslined-prry,      ' 1*0shield llireenationsfrom tyranpicswi^;' 'rwas then my CkVBNDlSH.caugbt il1ii|j[tori(>us flame, Tiie1iappyt)men of liiciintuirefanifei Adofttra by nature^ iwfeaiaijapirt^ij'^ei The cleaKsttoi4ji;t�e wiri^ His words deep atakiog in eikcb captive!ear, Had power to make e'en tib^y more dear. White I, uhskill'tf in bftloiifs lorcj ; Whose Innguene'ei-Speaks biit when the.hearl'rnns b^er. In plain bitint phrase my hbiiesttho'ughts^Xpress'd, -Vl'arra from Ihe hearty and to tbeheart.address'd; Justice prevailed," &c. � ;   r^,,^; Every one> knows that the Bill .for excluding James Duke of Yoik from the throne,.which hud pii>8ed the Hou�e.of .Commons triumphantly, was uiifortunaltiy;.rejected in the House of Lords by a majorityof 34� there- being 64 against .thes:Bi|l. and 30 for it. ' E7(ioathat occasiop Lord, Russell is sai^d to have, exclaimed,. *f If ,my<- iiwn .father had been one of the. 64, I should have; voted him an enemy to the King and kiVigdom." Upon this point the illnirtrious martyr thus expresses himstlf iu the ''Jipistte:", ^ (J   - "Now memory fail! ppr. let my inind reyolve,' How England's Peers annull'djtliejju�(.r,e8olve; Against her busom aim'd a deadly blow. And'laid at oiice her great-Paliadium^Iuw ! Degenerate nobles!,Yes, by lieaven! I rwear, Had Bedford's sejf;appear*d delinquent thrre. And juin'dfurgettul.of bis counlryVclaims,      / , Tu.thwaiiithe.exclMsiou of Apostate James, AM filial ifis*J!Jd.:then been left at large, ^ Anil I; myseff^'the first to urge'lbe charge. ' Such the fixed sentimenta Ihat'nileiny soul, Tiine cannot change, nor tyranny control;' Wliitefree, thfy hung upon my pcijBive brow,. Tlitn my ch'?f eare, my pride aiidglury now;' Foird.lBuliinit.nor think tlie'.'m iiscunisiiitidd' it iif*� ''' �-^^'' For cii^cwmimuiiti iitmn J'i        .Vaiii llienisifbrce/ajid vaiij'i^h'iiU/liiearl^' ' Tb wrin ini> �nt-'ii,v;.;i -fcii.-.-.'- �   '  ' SliS'Conntry's.n�hiK la foreign fnes belrat^ Lavish her wsallh, y�t stipulate fur jmy F ' Tp^shamefnl falt^ehooiU Tjei^al. alave* an^orj), Andjfare to hugh the;virtuous nyut V�Wrn? ' Utrrae re And �ha|l be hope fhe pii6//c Voice to rir��i, 1 he voice Which gavf, and can resume ]i^xrc jcrown i Wli|�c90MJeBcp bsrfs lier |^0rrors,.aad the dread Wftngs birb1�rt^nW,*Iie!, iojnre�i^n*lfi.n� groin. ' f.'''*J*^��#'^^'wKr,/altrrlliJftli�ne. ! Sf^.Wtt'� fifttthi�grow, a^c.pot{8fpi>oiI�-'-wtthin':bi�:vrti>s, . And'iiicks-iac&seHse til.lUfamantrae'chains;.   . Reaspn revolts, insatiate, thirsi eiisoes. The wild delirium eachXresb draught renews; In.vain'his people urge hini to refrain. His faithful sei-vauts snpplicaie iu vaiji ; ; He qnaffsat length;' impatient of coniruU . The bitter dregs thst lurk within (he trawl." " Happy Ihe Prince!: thrice flrmly-Cix'i) his croviin, Who builds oil put>tic good his chaste renown; Studious to bless, he knows no second aim,' ' His prople's iu^rest and his own the same; Tlie ease of'millions resta upon bi^ cares, And Ibus heaven's high prerogative he shares. Wide from ihe Ihr'ine Ihe blest contagion spreads. O'er all the land its gladdening influence sheds; paction'* discordanl sounds are heard no mure. And foul corruption flies Ihe indignant shore) ' His Ministers with joy their courses rbn. And borrow lustre from Jhe rbyal sun. But should some upstart, ti-aiu'd in slavery's school, r^arn'd iu i'- �"--'----" -'- (ffeiK)-Aigenerlil: *t�tement was of courseatl Ihaf con d reasonably Me ejtpeeled, from the,Chairman, aod-sUhj.ct in contiiigeiiciijs. Soma sorb, stsleiiienl would, be thougbl, be a great �ir.f�cliOB,lirtfie public at large. . Th� C^AiBSi^rhinieu'l'^^^^^^ to6eso sprcifir as IJie wjirihy pri�(jfie�tfr wl�lied>r }f he were, �n the^iins-^ui stW^of lhtf-iijfra^jnni!nl'�..W name a priibaUte linic, an.l that afterwtfifli'dnratppoiiitirient eusoted, wudU he not, by ll.e '.nrrataiure declal^liult, ralher|a'ueaient-an evjl, if anj' pr vilt thou fi;uili�his=8acre'J �3i|, ',-eveil'd, Whiclrsliall lu.mi>rnrw wirfi iftj bToSd be seal'il, Srek npt iiifiriB expedienK lo'eiipt^:^-' v: . -But banisXj�ittisii)rJinghn^iijiSo^ ,; . W'e shall make one other extract from this poem, ft wi 11 shewr u t lonce^ tfie; ar:rapl,-so chai-m?djmysoul.hf!gins:io;^iscj.; i>,;. ' SpuruB lh&baseeat,lb,'au  iBiou" sink* to' lifers contracted ipni,.       i ~ And rising passion speak*m^sUH.apjaffci.,.,.,. -       ,,' 'S'Whkl!^s'hsll a tyrant Jrampleioaihis laws/' �;: i' Aild stop the sou(ce yrfaeuce all his powcrhe draws i Thursday a Court of Proprietors was IWd at the Bank of England, for Ihe purpose of receiving the notification of Ibe dividend' fur the current half year, At twelve o'clock Ihe Chairman (Charles Pole, Esq.) en. lered, accompanied by a number of tbe Directors. After the Hinotes uf the last Court were read, the CHAIRMAN slated, that ihiswas.a Quarterly-Geiierai Court of Proprietors,'^nd also a Half-yearly CuUrt by tlie by-laws. It was his doty to propose to this Court that a dividt-ud of 5 per Cent. fCir inieresl and profits be issued fur the half-year ending the lOlh.Oc.oher uixl. Was it the pleasure uf the Cuurt that such a dividend be ordrred? On the question be. in^ put, it-wax carried unanimously, and the necessary warrants for Ibe dividend were oidered to be presented ou Wtd-nesday, the 10th of October next. TheCnAIBMAN their inquired whether it Was the intention of anyPrpprielur lu submit any proposiliou -to the Court; because,' if it^was not, it only remained to put the question of adjournment, Ihe usual Business being gone thrpugh. A Pruprjelor, whose name we could, not learn, hoped he should nut be considered out of order in taking ibis oppor-luuity of making an inquiry of the Chairman, fuunded iipuu Ihe public rumours which had lately gone forth. The object of bis inquiry was to know if there was any' troth in Itie rumour.that the ^iiew plan of Bank-note, recommended by the Commissioners who were appointed to consider uf the best ueuus of preventine.furgeries^ was found' impracticable in Ihe progress of the efforts made to carry it iiilo effect'. It was mu.t:desirable that the public should be iufoimrd whether there was any foundation for this rumour.-(^Hiar.)~ He hoped,, tberifgre, that Ihe Chairman would please to inform the Caiir.t.what steps bad been taken .in furtherance uf Iherecommendatiun of the Commissioners; and also whether tbry were likely to answer the rxpeclatipn originally euiertaiiied ot them, andr.if so, when the public were likely lu have Ihe benefit of the plan ? '       - -The CutHnSAN said, in reply,- thai (he worthy Proprietor was perfectly iu order in pulling Ibis (|nesliiin,- and:he '#�8 glad Jo have ihe-opp-irtunny'lbns'affurdedjif cOuiradiciing ; the runiuur lliat^any'dirap'puintiiient' liad'ariseriin the pro> gress of tbe plau adopted on the recommendalioii of the. .Cummissioners;' snch a' rumour, he was happy to aiy, wag tbialiy'deBtitttte of'fuU&dalian.-^�/e(lr.)--The plan decided lipuu by the Commissioners, :TThongU'lie was -perfectly aware that,' under the circumstancej^^wiiicb ;mu8tatiend a newand comprehensive, irlau,' It WBS,difflGull,^perhaps intpossibte^.io up G^fy the pre. tx*t time when the^new/notes Cudid be issuedT;^yet sttll he, boped'heshptild notlbe considered ratrttsiveiu pressing upon the- ChiiriUanMhe mtcessiry^f natning sonte' ptubable ;iimc when the public might'eapect-lo' derive ihe adrait.lage Ijeld out by tbe'iBTeolwti VecBmutcaikd by the Gommisiiontrt. ^   ..    -vr->----.....u.t^,,*.|,i.�iit ui ill^ir. Ill was'at^cseiitiih ai;tualimpossibilityfurtlieCuurlof Dlu..-(orstopronanitce when thenelj'nofes would 6e ready, it ifnl hot, ��;he lidd slrenily M^iily dfpend 'lipun^thrin-rthey had already dune all iiir;therr;puwer to give effect to (.be report of lh& Commissioners, and alt (be- machiurry was (n prugreiis. tidid-noti even drpend-upou ihe-'8rlisa;.eii((sgrd .Mr. Bauer, whose culh'cliuii of-drawina� aiid sketches be iruslB will prove a vaioable-adiliiion lo ilm innibrlant science of natniTll history,- that he did this uml. r a hope that ibe truth of his upiuieii would iit due liuie b;. come manifest. And that the charge of iiiiiuimning Air. Bauer would then be transferredCruin him, and plaredou liie eslsblishmenl of the garden. .This hope he. declares is siili   , warinly cherish!d, and rea-ives amplesuppbit fruin ihe wtli.   > known and ofieii.i'xpi;rieiiced love of sciencfe wli.Cii makes a psri'uf tbe character of our helbved KinS ; but in case uf iis beingdeemed iuexpedieol bybisMi(jest)'s �d�ii.eis tu make Ihissmalladdition-lolbeeslablishmeni, lie. hargi-s Ihe annuity of aiO 'I.toMr. Bauer on his Lincnlushire eot-.tea. He ruincts his relation, Sir Edw,'Kiiaicbbbll, nartl,tu>xaiuiiiellispajieis and things nf his house-lb Sohbstjiiiire, and deftrujrtliose he to .the British Mu5tu;.i.-His peiso;.al properly swoiu uu-da 10,000/. �'   

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