British Press, September 25, 1820

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British Press (Newspaper) - September 25, 1820, London, Middlesex j^i;m&emme0:^mti�v^________________, /OCdNDE-: Or, IE BaiI�CE:TBOC8!*pO^. .ENGLANDjrfoe^o�c�i.- . . , v; ;;Election of �l�rtetor *il^Ife aiiirt^ ir3.-By ail'Act;^assied^ of W�:^its4�*i!rty^owpa^ �id EIefetip#*lipJ8jiSn Boit,,W^^ tbeo giire |it�*Bl4J$leiA;the Mi* Sloife^aM hiv&bef. 25, Ji svill be performed the Opera of \ THE, DUENNA. Don.Caclq!!, .Mri Brai|tara;'Dpn Jerome, IVIr. Williami; Don Ferdinand, ftlr�\l{arnard;: Don-Antonio, Mr. Gogan' (frum the Thejiire J Rbyal, 'Bristol, his first appearance Pit, l.s. �d.-First Gallery, Is. -^Second Gallery, 6d. ' ; _ ' Second Price will continence every Evening precisely' at Plates foVih'c Boxes to Ijelakeu bflilr, Massi&^'tn,r.iit the Theatre. A Private Box, may be bad, nightly, by ajipjjcalion at' the Box Office.. � -' Tlie Doors to be opened at Half-past Six 0'Clack,and tbe Perfiirjiiance to lieg;in at Seven, ^ ' To-morrow, The Suicide-Over the Water-and Exchange no Robbery. SADLER'S WELLS THEATRE. MR. HOWARD "PAVNE'S FIFTH" NIGHT. Tilts EVENING. MONDAY, Seiiteiuber 25, and duriug'the Week, a grand Tragic Melo-drame, in three acts; founded upon tbe GermanlVagedy by Schiller, entitled .  . THE ROBBERS; Oi, THE FATAL OATH, Cliarles De Moor, itfr. Howard Payne (being hjs fifib performance at this Theatre)^; Maximilian, CounL.De Moor, father of Chnrles, Mr. Beltertou, Amelia, Niec.� of the Count De Moor, Mrs. Stanley. , 111 ibe first act will be sung, by Messrs. Dobbs, Box, and Slierriff, the Glee of'VTlie Red Cross Knights;" ami a new S >�s by Miss Cawse, called." Sleep on ! no cares thy couch .molest," - - . After wbicb, the.favourite Burlelta of HOW TO live:VriTHOUT MONEY. Jeremy. Diddler, Mr.Stanley; Old Plairiway, Mr.Barnes; "JWr. Faiawood, MrrWiddlcomb; Sam, Sir. Siebbing.- Miss 'Laore'lia Ooritble, Mrsi Westo'ii; .Miss "Plainway, Miss ffrice. ... ' . Tbe whole Jo'conclude with a new Farcella, called NOT INVITED. Places for the Boxes may be taken of Mr^ Stock, at the Box-office of the theatre, every day from Ten till Four o'clock. UfTDER THE PATRONAGE OF Tfi-E ROYAL' FAMILY, OPENED, at No. 147, (near Somersel House),{ elegantund extensive WAREHOUSES for the wholesale arid retail Disposal of URLING'S LACEj to wbichilieiFiwhioriible'Worf^^ respectfully invited. G.'PllyRlifNG Jand .Go. gratefully acknowiulge the in-creasipi'iPitronageof tbe'ir Friends, which has rendered a re-moV^iWroin ;392, Strand; indispensiible. If may be proper to remark, that G.: Fi U. audCo. have' the exclusive Pal'ent-rigbttoniahufac^nre ibis celebrated article; thai no Jithe.r 'LacewiH-remiinperfetttycrear after repealed iva�hi�2; at iS'�ealed;>utli: tbe-.Palenteeii' initials, ii. F, U.aiiJ Co. .and. tbe. wocds" by the'Queeii's authority," and run only ibe depended on as genuine, iii London, at ttieir .House, lor of their Agents lii the coiiittry. .fCurioris Imitations-nf Point, Bmssels, and other Foreign' Gtyles, with every Description of Laceon tlie iiew,priiicl|ile. ^ . - S9!J,>^ ' ~~ ^ RELIIEFWITJI EASE* AND SECURITY TO THE 'AFFLICTEBWITH^HERNIA. . CI ALMON, OpY, and CO.- after inai�y, years >3 successful practicpj and being lionotirrd with the rc-' rllmnlendatioh of jhe most eminent of tlie-Fiiciilty in town anil country, think it just to l!je Public and ihemselvAs, thus toaiuiounce (heir Ibnc-estabiislied Improveinenl ii'i the con. struclion of INSTRUM.ENTS for (hp RELIEF of tlEE-NIA, and lo.cantioii the Public against the impositions of the pretended Ruplure-curiug Quatks, who have from.lime ' to time deceived the Public, rwommeiidlng such as may hot be experienced la talce the opinion of resprclable professional men, before being v4ed to be' the dupes of such pre. tenders. Their loslraments areUghtk elegant, and admit'ofsnperior cleanliness, are adapted fof-^riglil, Or left-side,: increase.und . decrease of force jtndsixejiwijairiug no uu''l�r-slrap oruther galliugbandage. y.'  . - ' N.B.-Persons if^H^tf^ iu the - coiinlry. sending the cir. BURGSSS* ESSENbE OF ANCaoVtES. Wareboose, 107, Strand, corneroftheSsvoy-steps, >7 Lobdon. OHN 'BPR6ESS and SON, being ajj|�ti�ed. :^�f'the'naro|n7His:Herideav'pnrBrniade by many t^elii^ns to' impose a spnrions article for Ib^ir make, feeLit.tncDnnbrnI upon thein to reqiiest'the attention of'ibe Pulilic, in pnr-cbasiug w|iat tbliy cobceivi! to be the Original, to observe tbe Nam^ and Addfcss correspouds'Vritb thfe above-the^general appcArauce uf (he spurious desciiptions will deceive tbe un-guarded, and for their delecllon. J. B. and Son submit the following Cautions: some are in appearance at first sight' � TheGenninei"bnt without any Name or Aihlress-some, ^� Eurgesys Essenee of' Anchovies'*-others "Burgis's"J-' and many more without Address. - JOHN BURGESS and SON having been many .yeara> honoured witlrsucb dislinguisfaed approbation, feel every, leoiim'ent of respect towards the Publie, and earnestly solicit them to inspect the Labels previous to purchasing what they conceive to be of tifeir make, which they hopewill prevent many disappointmeij|ls. - BBEGESS* r?EW SAJJCE, for general purposes^ having given sucK^great 'salisfaGtioit, continues to be prepareil by tliem, and is recommended as a most useful and convenient since-will kefp-good in anclimates. � Warehouse, 107,. ^trand, corner of the Savoy.steps, London -(The Original Fisb-Sauce Warehouse.) This.dayis pu^l m 44fCBER BEAVWONfi POI.NTER, To �bJ^5j�i5s5!ai*edrilnft .i-^'.':; ^^..,.':i^mti^^i^'^ii*tCi>fr^> ....,_______, '^IfSi^ii^a^ii^^i:: ...... Ct'ise Jllmrerti, i^iroper to name.' ' tSiifiied) JOSEl'H ROBERT HOWNAM.  Saturday night, II o'-ciock, Noverobe^2, 1810. TO M. TaE.GOUNT DE COUTENHOVEN,. -c.-CHAMBEBbAm.til-HIS M.�JESTY 'i;0:& EMJfEBOa OF AWSajftIA,. tqiJMANDANT-.pP THE OB0EB OF Tatron.) ^^^g|^^*.ybyVi'Depu.�ip,P^^a.B^j -^-^-^^^"^ V ^ '� y-''" |^|�ii^Wc i^d.Geri(iemen, in cSasjiMitfeij^^y HA,2ARD,a.tid 'CO. respectfuHy inform the '.public tliat iliB Stale Lattery commences drawing on .the 5lli of NEXT MONTH.'on which Day 4,500 Tickets wril-be drawn^T|ie Scheme contains. 2"..r.,, Prizes'of......�20,000 3 Prizes of......�10,000 '&C. &c. All Sterling Money. Every'Ticket ^t)r Share bougfaf before the Drawing begins will have the Chance of Two'Prizes of 10,0002,, which will be decided in tbevfirst Quarter of an Hour, besides all the other Capitals tiisitmay be drawn that Day; and if drawn a Blank tbf first Day, tbe Holder may receive 14/, for it (Shares, ill proportion) if prese|ited at any of HAZARD and CO.'S Offices on or before Friday, tbe 13(h October, or have A FURTHER CHANCE on the Second Day, October 18, for all the Capitals rem^ing in the Wheel, -jjicketi-and. Shares are, SelUng''^t HAZARD and CO,'S 0�ScW;J[|o;^al Exchan^-gatej 26, Cbruhill; 324, Oxfoindi stfeieff^here have "Ueen recently Shared and Sold Four Prizesof 30,000/., SijfPrizesof 20,000/., ic.&c, 6th QCrOBER. CI CARROLL respectfully informs his Friends T� and the Public that the D awing of the present Stale Lottery will commence onTHURSDAY, 5ib October, on which Day TWO Prizes of 10,000/, mat/ be Drawn, besides other Capitals and smaller Prizes; and EVERY BLATSK DRAWN THAT DAY will be entitled to ANOTHER CHANCE ON THE J8tb OCTOBER, or to FOURTEEN POUNDS IN MONEY (Shares in proportion), at the Option of tKe Purchaser. I e e a 12 10 20 54 1,420 4,200- SCHEMA-ALL STERLING MONEY. . f..Prizes of.,. ..�20,000 .............. 10,000 ................ 1,000 ................ 500 ................ 200 ................ 100 50 are......�40,000 ,......... �0,000 ,......... 2,000 .......... 1,000 ........ 2,400 ......... 1,000 ...... 1,000 ................ 20 .............. 1,080 ................. 16 .............. 22,720 {First Blanks, to be re-drawn ISi h October, > . , estimated as worth, to sell, at 14/. each.. > aiS^ Tickets, Sterling .Money, �150,000 Only 3,800 Numbers, Two Tickets of each Number; tbe Fate of one to decide Ibe other, in the usual manner. PRIZES DETERMINABLE. � 20th Prize above 20/. �20,000 500 First.drawn Blanks in each Class, - October 18, to have 16/. each. . Prize 5th in earb Class, �10,000 I7lh Ditto...... 200 18ih above 20/....... 500 19ih'Ditto........ 1,000 Tickets and Shares are Selling "at CARROLL'S Fortunate Offices, 19j CoRNHiLL, aiid 28, Oxford-street, where be Sold the fullowine; Capital Prizes in Ibe Last Contract and Lottery just ended:- 18,775, a Prize of 30,000/.! 3,756.,.. JE500 7,634.... 300 17,2.M.... 300 85.... 200 liI59.i.. 200 1,313.....�200 2,409.... 200 3,894..... 200 4,308.... 200 9,509.... 200 10,850.... 12,409.... 13,196. 14,857;... 18,775.... �200 200 200 200 200, SOCIETY FOR THE DISCHARGE AND RELIEF OF PEItSONS IMPRISONED FOItS.MAJLL DEBTS, Crav.^u.slreel, Strand, August 2, 1820. ENEFACTiONS SINCE THE LAST REPORT, vii. His Koyal Highness the Dnfce,of Gloucester) .Second Benefaction ) The Right Hon. Uie Earl of Radnor, V.P. ..Ann. Tlie Righ't Hi>i). the,Countess of Radiior ,..,A. Win. Wilberfuice, Esq, .M:P. per Secretary -..A. William Dawson, Esc|..........�.>........A. T. S. Gooch, Esq per Hoares......... A. Adam Askeu', Esq. per Hoares ......,. i.., A. Wyndham Knalchbull, Esq. per Secretary ..A. J. C.ftl..... �;.*.'.......��............ T. X. Leiter-box........................ J. F. L. Letter.bux................ Found in the Lelter.liox................... C. M. a Fine from a Hackney Coachman.... Received for a Book,." Neild oa Prisons" .. � 25 5 5 "2 2 3 2 1 10 10 s 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 cumference. of the fiodyssVro*; the hips, may dqieiid upon, being accurately filttd. Sold at tbe : Medie�l Ball, 34, Sa�kville.8lreet, Dt)blin; *od one or jnorpvPfliKift* In every .priucjpaltToffuiu .pn|Iand. '   ^ �74'7 0 Benefactions are receiveil by J. Camden Neild, Esq iTie Treasurer,. Cheyiie-waiki dielsea: also by-Messrs. Herries, 'Fnrquhar, and Co, St, James's-street; Messrs. Hoares, Fleet. .sIreeT; Messrs. Wbilmore and Co. Lombard-street;.Messrs. Cocks'*, Ridge, arid Go. Cbaring^cress; Messrs. Dorrienand. Co. Finch-tane, Corubiil; .Messrs. Hammersleys, Pall-mall;, Messrs. Veresaud Co.'77, Lnmbard-slrert; and by Mr, Grsssr well; lhe-8ccrelary,tNor7,. Craven-slreei; iitrand, where the Books may be seen by those wba are inclined to support this Charily, iiiid: where tbe Society meet un the firstWedncsday in-October next. ' " ' - A Pd(X�T BOOK FbfewOR-rS'MEN. 'T&ts day is ifublisWediettg^ntly ^frated In^ rieat Pocket size, and bujt'jiressed, price I6s. in-bOairds,' or bound as a Pocket ftouk, 7s. . : . THEr SppRTSMAN'3 CALENDAR; or, .HontK y Re^enibra'ncer of Field Diversions, fey Wirt, SCOTT, - ..Autborof" British'F�ld-Sporl8" ^f 5PbeT*iiblishers jofibis Epitome confidently recom-mend^iUo tbeSportiog World, as containing a g(;ealer body of Sporting rntelligencp,yith Ibe exitiiiig Game'Laws, than -is to be found io any other publication of ti sitiiiiar- size and price: in addition to which, there are finir ruled (iages at the end of earb month, for the purpose of noting Engagements, making Memoranda, &c. London : Printed fur Sherwood, Neely, and Jones, Pater-nost'er-fbw, ' ~- � THE SPORTS-MAN'S COMPLETE rMANUiL. This day is published, price If. boards, demy Svii, or 3/. 3s. in royal.Svo. the Second Edition of RITISH .FIELD SPORTS; em1>racjng Practical Instriictions in,.Shooting, Hunting, Coursing, Racing, FifjhiiU^ ice. :^ with'Obsfrvations.on the Break, iug and TrainingajfD'ogi arid Sprses; also,'on tbe Management of Fowling-pieces, and altoiber Sporting Implemeots. By W. H. SCOTT. This Work is beautifully prinled'on fine- paper, hot. pressed,and illustrated with upwards iif. fifty bighly.:6nisbed Engravings, 34 on Copper, execnttd'by' those eminent Ar. lists, Scott, Warren, Greig, Tootey, Davenport, Raoson,and Webb, from Paintings by Reinugle, Ctennell, Ehner, and Berrenger; the remainder cut on Wood, by Cleunell, Thompson, Austin, and Bewick, - ^ *�* Ttie Author's object has.beetr to,present, in as o^m-pressed a form as,real ntiGly wonldiadmil, Inslriictiot^ in all tlicvarioos Field SporJIs in'Modern Practice, 'l^liB ipieans he has^ for accotnplisbiog so desirable � purpose, be trusts, have enabled Wm to produce such a Work on the sui^t of Field Sportsjisiia point of Paper, JViiiling, IHui tralion, and Embellisbliiebt, ii not, to be equalled in tbe English Language. Loudon: Priuled for Sherwood, Tieely, and Jones, Cater. noster-row. - . ' - N,B,-,g(WltWbrlt may be. bad Jikewis* lip-Xwelre pBrt*-, price 3s. each, demy, arid dsi.rOyal; except Part Twelve, the price of which is 4s. demy, arid 78. royal, ~~7~ DEDICATED TO THE KINa ~~ On the 2d October will be published, in rojal 8vo, price 2s. 6d, each, Nos. Land II, of an original Work, entitled LIFE IN LONDON; or, tbe Day and Night Scenes of Jerry Hawthorn, Esq.'and.his elegant Friend, - Coriiithiao Tom, iu their Rambles and Sprees through Ihe Metropolis. . . By PIERCE EGAN. *�* In announcing a Work like ibe present, it may be neces^ry to premise, that it will be a production at which the Grave may smile, the' Gay feet delight, the Comical larigb heartily; .and the Pathetic have occasion for a.,Wipe.. Tbe Modest, will not^liave ocCasioii fo turn" aside with disgust, nor the Moralist tu.shut the Baok.offended. The Corinthians, likewise, wilt.have no cause to be-asliamed Io acknowledge " Tom" as one of their Parly ;.�or the large Family of the Hawthornsfo disown poor." Jerry," for his Rambles and Sprees thronsb the Metropolis, Each Number will be illustrated with Three Character-'istic Coloured Plates ; the Scenes from real Life, by I. K*. aod G. Cruikshauk. The Work will be completed in Twelve Numbers. ^ Loudon : Printed for Sherwpod, Neely, and Jones, Paternoster-row. CHOICE ENGLISH FRUIT. " On tbe l'5th of September was published,' Part I, price 5s. of an eolirely new Work on Fruit, entitled THEHORTICULTURAL REPOSITORY, containing Delineations of the best Varieties of the different .Species of ENGLISH FRUIT; to which are added, the BLOSSOMS and LEAVES^Tn those inslances in which they are considered necessary;-accptripaiiied witb full descriptions of their variona Properties, Time of iRipening, and Directions for PlaiHingtfaem, spas to, produce plunger ^ Succession of Fruit; such being pointed out a.s are particularly calculated for opeii.Walls and fur Forclde. By aBROOKSHAW, ' Author of'THie Pomoj* Britanuica." cdNbitiosa: 1. This Work will be dcglaiitly printed in royal 8vo. and. tbe Platesdrawu and coloure.dfrom Nature. 2. Each Part-will be Vtlustrated witU four pistes (excepf where very large Plates a.regiven, whicb/will be necessary in ihe Pine Apples, the Meliiiis, a]id siime of the Grapes, in which Parts Ihrce PlateSE^^Iy can be given), representing the Fruit in its natural 8iSe,-\., ' ' 3. The whole will be.cpmpieted in abi$iit Twenty-six Parts, forming Two handsomeVolumes, . ^ Loiidpn : Printed for Sherwbpd, Neely, and Joiies, Pater-noster-row. , ~ ^ . � ilespfiriilieiisippti'fiay^i^^^een "eoi^rjiincd by , tar-, llii Wfeiy'of tb^ ve�ieis wbicl&iilsileii^^^ Ai^ lhitlob)eet^ in ihe^r�!tiiSimi'eim^ SoiSi�dii>irfaieb' bad bi�o repr�>ented,-'bf.:{^^ of tbe furnierexpedilion., as entireiy>inr�^,o^^jiy land, and ,uearly blocked up with icei Tbe4hips fferje'^Auan'd apokeb io in July last y^ar., i>eing tbenob;tMir,^ssSjige'lo l^ncasler Soiiod; and, as they have neiflier been sei~d or heard/of since, it iaconjectured that they hsre,made their wsy through .the Sgiind, into seas hitherto unexplored; far, had no passage existed, they must have rrturmd into Davis's Straits, an^ there been seen by some of'ihe Whaiers-jn the last seaiion. This coiijeolure is sirengihened by intelligeuce ju�t received from Davis's Sirails, by which it appears tlisit, in the.present sommer,, Captaili Johnson, in ihe Cunbriau, of Hull, sailed up Lancaster Suiind. eii^lKy miles; lie found a large swell and the wind strong; against Jiim, the s^a there being quite clear of ice, the sides of the Soujnl \irci;e abnut 20 miles apart at the highrst puint he rearlied; he cuuld see 20 miles, or thereabouts, furiber"up, and there uu ap-pearance of land or any obstruction. ^Capi. Johnson^seems to have no doubt Ibnt the Discovery Ships had passed ihroui^li the Sound, but he heard nuibiiii; of them He left the Sutiiid on the 23d of August, nu which day he mv^Caplaiik Bell, iu Ihe Friendship, of Hull, sailing up the Sound; The Friend-ship,.as welt asthe Tinelove, anniher Whaler, hadalso pro. ceed^ to tbe northward in Davit's Straits, and have h 'in iu mudh liigber latitudes than Captain Russ. Ai'curdiii.; to ihe reckoiiiiig of Ihe Captain of tbe Trueliive, lie had reacdtd 80 deg^ees.of north latitude. The Whalers, which are now on Iheir return, will of cuorse bring-muchinleresling information, but inlenigencefrOtii'Hie Discovery Ships caa hardly yet be expected: should they have found a piss:ig, and lUe regulations on which I insist. After llie frivolBta, pruvoca-tipn of Mr. Holvriam, I have must, clearly Ihis rigbl,~far it is Jio less false^thaii fidiculuus, that he- Itas any righl'to'at-tocirnie, unless he against >>> neither am 1 responsible for llie eifects of maleviElfei^vitur-fur all thuje emburrassmciiis whi.eb Sever occur bi^'ii;^^^-jparlionas Vli>y arey>rovp it l-^jreii^ylet^^r' "Strt Hownam aloiie'^conlp^seii.lbal t^im have neither co,nrpIaiut8 to m^ke against M^daine the Princess, nor palticular dulies to.fulfil towards her. What Mr.H. says, on tMs subject, is as much misplaced as Ihe �:pi.rit of-boElilHy which be imputes to itic. lam hpsliiu only in my own tlcfenc?, aHd.tliis is the only reason why I have so readily accepted the prirposilion of Mr. H.; make, therefore, nil ihe necessary drraugements. (Signed) The Baron F.D'OMPTEDA. Milan, Nuv. 4, 1S16. TO Ma. HOiVNA.VI, VILLA ESTE, (Translation.) Sir-"Voiir intrrvicw wilh niy second nqt 'having led !o a precise rtsult, 1 now infoim yuu that in conscciiieiice i.f you that io conscciHi-iice ofhcial iiiiiiiialioiis which have reached M. the Cover Cuniil de Saui.-iii, on the at the V.lli THE LATE B.lHON OMF'TEDA ASD LIEVTElSAmr HOWNAM. � The following covrespoiidence on, the subject of tbe,: diflferenjces ,whjch!..8ri9se---beteeeji ^t.ieuleoant-Hdwnan), her Majesty's Envlish Secretary, iuifl the late Baron D'Ompteda, has been publisljed^ under the autliority, we presume, of his Majesty's Gc-vernment, for the purpose of vindicating the fame of the latter. ' TO M. TH^BARON D'OMPTEDA, MILAN^ Sia-You will probably be surprised at my addressing you from Mi|ao, and ranch more so when you hear the purport of my'mpwiral. It will ondoiiblrdly, as it ought, shock you to find thaf your conduct luw�rds her Royal Highness the Princess of Wales has been discovered; and your most infamous and unmanly return fur every kindness yon have bilherlo received from her, is about to be published' to Ibe world. As an Englishman, and as a gi^teful friend, in the service of her Ruyal Highness, I volnntarily step forward lo'demand satisfactioaof you for such villainy; and i expect yuu will meet me to-morrow morning at eight o'clock, at Barlassina (half way to Como), there to answer to this sacred charge agninsl your hou'jur, as a gentleman and a man, who has ever received the most -marked hospitality at Ihe hands of the Princess, and who has committed Ibe greatest act of hostilily aguiiist the very first of virtues. (.Signed JOSEPH ROB. HOWNAM. Milan, Hotel del Gambaro, Saturday Eveuing, five o'clock, Nov. 2, 1816. .......____......, w., 4lh of this month, ai inc Vi Este, ou the sul>ject uf i>nr duel, he .has botind nie, by i.:_v word oi"honour, nut tu fight willi you; eittier In tlti'; ciuif)' try or ils ueisliboUrbood, .iiiid 1 most riep-ni-t from huustTuoth^pwders,:aud which eventually prove so destructive. When the tretlj'are loose, or the enamel injured, it fasteuB-them in the one case, and revives the enamel in the' ulhe.r;'it. removes tartar^ curies the sCarvy, and produces a beslthy redness to the gnms,a pearly yvhileness lo Ibe teetbi to llie breath a baltliy fragrance,-arid ^s an in. fallible preservative against deciy aiid lite' tduth-ache. Price2s.9d. ^ Also HUDSON'S tfUlLE'DlVINE (recommended by tbe Inle Doctor Hnnter), preserves and beautifies ibe hair, and where it has fallen off from illness, perspiration, chanee of climale, or any cause whtcb deprives th^ bair of nutrition, anil produce premature d�csy,hy."^ngibe'Huile,Diviue, it asstmilatps with grsupplies the place i(f the unlritivefinid, and Ihe Hair grows as formerly. See .further elucidaliou and testimdiiiestifils'eilicBeyiiii'A Pamphlet; entitled" An Essayon lhe>Hair,"inclosed round ^eacbbuttle.Price 3s, 6d, 7s.6d-and one g;�ine�,',' ' � � Sold'b/Ihe P(oprletbr^�'Agent,Arr,.Aikinsop, Perfumer,; No. 44, Gerrard-streetiiSohOisquare} Messrs. Goltie and Peirse, 6T, Newi Boud.sltKe�.;:Mrssrs"Howell: and James, Bej[eril-slreetv Messrs;: BayIey�fldBle\V,Gockspur-streel.; Mr. Rigge,vClteapsida^f/aod most.Petifaqiers, Bair;��sscr%; BodUediciue V^ndiw iiiTtowu.attd Cutnitry;'..y^� TO MR. HOWNAM, MILAN. (Translation) .SiR-rIt was indeed wilb surprise, as you remark, that ,1 recerved your letter. Little arcuslumed,tu refuse a challenge, pray believe that I readily accept that which yuu propose to me, althou.I'Sbuuld make mine. I, iherefure, name Switzerland as a convenient place, and upon tins subject I will senil my second, .whom I expect from Ihe country. At the same time,, liinvite ^you, since you si-e pleased tu make liiis-a national affair, also to brii/g^with you a Gentleman uf your own country, capable of testifying tu whatever may take place between us. The person who will appear oi> my behalf will call iipun you iu two days, at Ihe latest, ati your residence at ibe Gambaro, at Milan, or at Como, as may best . ' (Signed) The Bacnn FRANCIS D'OMPTEDA. Hotel de r Europe, Milan, November 2,18jLo. TO M. THE BARON D'OMPTEDA, MILAN, Sin-I- have received your..answer tu- otyleiter of this .-^evening; andam perfectly obedient to the lawsofAonoorp-and sjiirc -it is nut conveoient for you |o morrow raotqingl I shall avail at ComP tbe arrival of your friend (at. that towp). , ----- .....^..;;eiice oince my departuicfrom >1'ilun, Cuui:l de Cuuleuhnven ha.s wnl-teu to me by the Milan post, under date the '2Kl of XAo-vember, merely slating that he lias received a lellcr, through M. Caraletti, addressed to me by Mr. H-, and which he' has had llie extreme thoughtlessness to confide lo a traveller to convey lo roe, without having hilherio inforiiuil me of its purport, and only adding-it appears ihu-t courage cools, and that Madame Scriza insists lliil tin- txplaoation~betweeo Mr. H- and myself s-hall lake place (if indeed it take at all!) in London!" Mean-while, the advantage is on niy side, and in case of nece,. sily, 1 shall know how to profit of ihiscircumslance. 1 hnvtf also, at command, the assisinnce and tcslimuny nf a hum sufficiently well known in the world, in Ibe person uf the General de Tetterburn, whose devulion to me is invintlhle, and on whom 1 know 1 can depend with coniidenre. JI is by his aid, aud-without deviatiug from the principles of tt.e greatest circumspection and diatreiion, that all pyssible con. lingencies have been anticipiSlcd, and he has shewn infinite zeal and anxiety to be useful tome. Under these cirrunt-stances, and not knowing how ihe nffpir in qnestioii woiilil be viewed by you, 1 leave yunr Excellenry ("judge of the pleasure which 1 experienced on the arrival oft-apt. 'B-, and on perusing the contents of his dispatches : and if, hitherto, 1 have had tbehnppiness not to incur your censnrr, , I beg you to believe I will neglect noltiing in iny power always to shew myself worihy of your appruhalioii. Not being able, ^ (oreseitl^ to enter into particulars, f shall confine myself. Monsieur le Count; to brii Hy iiiforuiing yOH, that it appears lo mc necessary still lo wail some days the arrival of Mr. H.'s letter, if indeed it has not miscaiii d. I will endeavour for the niumeut to retain Cipt. B. aho in the neighbourhood. The principles .upon which 1 have agreed with General Tetlirborn, and lu which we firmly hold, are-that the affair between Air. H, and myself is rb-spluiely personal -th'il, ciusiquenlly,'ihe inlcrft-icnce of anyone else, especially uf a lady, iiiHdinissible and ridi. colons-and that Ihe ri|;lit beluags lu mc tu iliclaie Ihe regulations, and Ihe place uf meeliucr, il' 1 should suit consent fu concede this honour^ to a man who has fai'ci ill his rendezvous, after having frivoloHsly [.nivukeJ i: . . 1 have, aUo, to juslify my conlinnauce in iius ubl(city lis mucii ats possible, i am cunsequi iijly deitr-iiiineiirm virliiii of the latitude uf the insiructions fioin your Excl eight.;4^ys towards HauuVer. I shaft lu-fiirni M. IbcMinistirderUremer of tbisin confidence ; and 1 beg your Excclleucji'to >ddtC8j my letters to him, ��, ;