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   British Press (Newspaper) - September 26, 1820, London, Middlesex                                ' -in*,- NrMftER 5556. THBArntl.ROYJl,, qoVENTJBABIiTEH. rpO-MORROW. WEDNESDAY,. Sept. 27. JL       will be^formed (be Masical Drama of TttE ANTIQUARY; Greene; MiSB Griaelda Oldback^AIrgrDaVenpori, Tbe'Maiiaj;ementx^^ tliis Tiieatretinve eoga^eij, for a J!-. ratted nnmbrr of nighis, IbePrincipil E)ajicera;af the Dpera-Huusr, who will ajipear in (be Comic JSallet of       ^ ANNETTE AN0XUeiN. � To^foncludewtth the Farce! of  , flUSBAND&ANi) WIVES . . Sir .PeregrlnfoPeery, .Mr. BlancIiard;.,Capl.Ticlcall,;.Mr. Jones;: Captain WiAgVin^nA-. Abbott jj-FBrmer^Clovcr, Mr., Emery. .Ladv. Sarah Peery, Sirs' ;F^ucit; >Ebza Be^nmont, MusFoote; O^me Briarly,-RlrB./I>areoport.; �> . ' -Duringilbefrecesa'llie Theatre has been"^utirelyBew decorated and embellMibed. ' ' ' ' ; A snperbr�enlral  d;': Oroamental 'l:u8tr�4,-:for'I^'8x-fight%' surround-tlie- 'QfUs Circle. ' A hew Drop Curtain, from' an original design', has been; painteiV by Mr> Puglir � A Hrirate Box tnay be bad for the Season, or nightly, of Mr. Br.indpn, at tbe^Box-Office. Places fur (be Box.es to betaken of-Mr.-Brandon, at'tbe' Box-Olfice, Bart';6treet,frdin Ten'tiU'Four.^    �    � The DoorsiwiUbeiopeued arMalf.past Six o'clock, and the Play be|�in;�tSe�eii: . ,      � . Boxes, 7s.; Second Price, 3s.'6a.-Pit, 3s. 6d.; Second Price, 2s.-Gallery,.-as;; Second Price, ISi-^Upper Gallery, Is.; Second ;Prlce,6d.        I      " ! ' OnThursdayi Love in a Village :Yonng Meadows, Mr. Horw (his first appearance at ibis Theatre); Rosetia (first time), Miss Greene. TUEATRE-nOYAL, HAYMARltBT. npHIS Ey^NING. TUESDAY, Sept. 26, M _ will be performed The suicide. Tobine, Mr. C.Kemble; Tabby, Mr; Terry; Dr. Troby, Mr. Yuiiiiger; Catchpeiiny, Mr. William.^'; Ranter, Mr. J. KiissrII ;� Bounce, Mr. Coi'iniir; Sqnib, - Mr. Farley ; Wjn. jcrave, .Mr. Barnard. . Mrs. Grogram, Mrs,, PcarCe'; Nancy, Mrs. .Mardyn; Peggy, Mrs. Junes, : ' After which (3il tinie)^ a new Farce, in two'acts, called Oy|pi.TH� WATER ^   ^ The PriiiciparCbiracters by Messrs; J. Russell, Oxberry, Villinms, Hsmoiooc^ Mrs. Baker, Miss R.-Corri, and ftlrs.' Jones. !   ,    - To etmcluile with 14th iimc, a Co.medy, in three acta, called EXCHANGE NO ROBBERY;  r, THE DlAAIQND RING. The Principal Characters by Messrs. Oxberry, Terry, Con-niir, BarRard, Farley, Williams, :Mrs.Mardyn, MissX,eigh, Mr�. Junes, and.Mrs..Gibb8. Fiisl I'rice-Boxes; 6s.-Pit, 3s.-First Gallery,- 28.- SecondGallfry, Is. Second Price-Boxca, 3b.-Pit, Is. 6d.-First Gallery, Is. -Second Galfery, 6.1. ' Second Price will-icpminence every Evening precisely at Nineo'Clock;       '    . ' -    . ; Places fur the Boxes-to be'taken-of Mr. Massiiigham, a'L: theThealre.: =^  > ; A Private Box may be had,. nightly, by application �t.*the> ."Box Office. To-morrow, Giiy Mannering, with Over the Water. THEATRE ROYAL ENGLISH OPERA-HOt^e, STRAND. FOR TflE'BENEFIT OF MISS CAREW. rpHIS EVENING, TUESDAY,  Sept. 26. JL  will be presented G. Colmaifs popular Opera, called INKLE AND YARICO. Yariro, Miss Cai-ew (her first appearnnre in that charac. tri), III which she will introduce " The Mucking Bird," and �> Oh! Pily the Slave." After the Opera, will be presented an HARMONIC OLIO. Glee, Messrs. Broadhurst, Pcarman, and Phillips, jiiii. Song, "The Yuune May Moon," Mr. Broailhursl. Sunsr, "Just like Love," Mr.'IVarman. Duet, ." Wbeu thy Bosom," Miss Carew and Mr. Pearman." Duet, "-Love! ill ibine tyes," Mrs Bland and Mr. Broadhurst. Soiigi " JesBv, the Flow'r of Dumblain," flir. Broadhurst. Song, " The'Soldier lii'd," Miss Oirew. To conclude with THE VAMPIKE. Effie, Miss Cnrew. Tiikrts and Places to be had of Miss C.irew, 69, New Comiiiuii-ftreet, Suho; and of Mr. Stcvcusuii, at the Bu.\-Oflici', Stroud Eiiirauce, from ten till fuur. adelPhi theatre. ALL Pfcrformtr� and Persons luider .E�)g!io;e-X.B, Mieiils fur (he ensuing Season, are rrquest'.d tu-meet in ihc Gr  ' -- -  .""S*,- �'" " i^^'i' ],.-'ry >   STKICTURES CURED. > Y a new :Metliod;the above troiiblesome Complaint is entirely eradicaled'(willi6uttb9 use of Baugie ur Caustic); �belher^f!ong�r .short Btaiidingi�xcrptcu|i.v, siilntjoiial, 81-well Befall Weaknessrt; generally accumpanyT. ing it^ and in � ihort llrae 4he whole system is re-esia-; blisbrdv-beiog -'�ne-- of .1b�'.greatest- discoirerie*' ever Hiade,'-by,J. LYNCHi'38jtD0ke-�treetjSt;Jameii'�. Reipyctai5leTel|wenceiwiUJ>ep�ei* K;required-A}llet.| tcri lobe post-paid. ' /      ,        , N-B.-Tie pnice �f the MecRclHe, if Five PouoJs a; ihA p^rf/ectCttt^/or BiIioaiiAlEhrtieliandObstruetwi>.>; BANK O.F ENGLAND, SEiiBj�BBt23,'48?0^ fflHE? COURT V -D'REGTORS of the A   GOVERNOR dhd CCWPANY' of  / tNGX.AKD giee Notite,   . i.'      , '   . That aGENERAL COURT will he held at the Bank, on WEDNESDAY NEXT,!theia7th,. iiislanl, from! Eleven o'clock in tlie Forenoon till Fonr lujhe Afternoon, fur the 'ELECTION of a DIRECTOR for-I^'W^^        of .the > year, in the room of^BeeslonLdng,. Esq. deceased; and the 'Election of a Director wilV be declared: llial-Evening; ROBERT BEST, Secrelary. . N.B.-Bv an Act passed.in. the seventh year of the reign .of.bis lale Majesiyj no peraoD will be entulcdlq vote ftl Ihe .said! Election who sba^tnpi haveibden six calendar months .possessed,vin.his.own. right, of the Slock f.of each,' their-apprnpriale^Use', Mona^mrnl,; and. Impiuvement interspersed with Anrciloles of ibe most celebrated flomes' and Dogs, and. iheir:. Proprietors; also a vaViety of practical .lufoi .   ] ,       .    " -~f . "J ,e"ff!fRt;ll>B 4�-n??'^ c   -   ff-r____^�_____pelitloTimg -Pa'rIinmenIt 'aiid af^a^tOj^ting'Wb&^OIher'-hieasiirfB as might Jie. 4^nifa: tJepedientii':>asiM:FAf OSCHOUEFIELD, ^Esq. Migh-BaiUff in lbe:(%''iir,);the;ffi(0iitibgiRepbrto(Jbe Gom-miltee was^readfrora.lbe Ch�i^'-n^'2 i-.    v . Toth; j3erchaniSiMai)n%t >>^ Traders ofihe-Totro ...       of &irpiu>iiibfiiii,-:  ' i u-.. ^our, Co^niilfee .werej ptcvearcd' iftom jnupediatelyfur-warding-your.Pellliop Irf ibe.iiMrelnbfai'.fuiii the County Jby the-ivldilen t>�iio)nVi6ii of tfie'lafe/^^airtiiiment';.They lost no llme^'howe^ec^ .'lU blvifa^ it ptcscoled) oolhe assembling Of the netr'P�r|Ument-,'�arl�'itt?lIit'AtOolb ofiSfay. They (Atft jTCitt a fDepblalion ^ to L^rifebinB for ihewantrOf-lbem, on iliO '>tber> Hit. Ma}eatyV Ministers declined to interfere in promoliitg Ihe ob|ei!t:of your PeliiiQo, bS^I,,at'ibe same time, they gave .tiie Di-pulalionilo ex))ect that it might {irobablybe obtained in it moregeneraT^hape; Week 8^(er'W.eel^''h(iWeTe> passed awqy^ and- no -Weissor'e of this.kind appeared-in^ progress. ' A. mtiasUre df liii'nor iin-;parlance was indeip has now continued for several years, bat with little intermission, , � ,     ' Nevertheless, your Commitlee'^pcrceiyed niucb difference of opinion lo exist generally, not only in the cpunlry and in Parliament,'bill even among tli^ Members of llie Government; respecting aubjecis connected 'wilb ibis-important question. Tlie First librd of the Treasnry; in bis place in Parliament, on the 26tb of May, atlribnied the loss-of our American trade to the extreme distress occasioned in. the Ignited Slates, by the loss of the carrying trade which that country'eiijoyed during the war;- although'ft is well known that.Ihe war.jias ended, and Ibe carrying trade has been lost Jo America more than ,five yesrs, while-it is equally well known thai Ihe American distress did not commence niitil within these two years, .-which is three years afler the canse assigiied'liad been in full operation. At the very moment that the First Lord i)f Ihe Treasury isas giving Ibis account of Ihecause of the loss uf^our Americ^ii trade in oh� diLHheujoOjr .Gonjmjtl'ee taU to-'mmd lhali' acrordlnK.,'|o;'tbV ' 'tasf 'ParliatnenniiT reiumsi'the itiabnfactur^iig' aifd Com-^: m^rcial dassrs form alioiHl htiefialfof the whole popuiaiioD, of ihe counlryi'lTipyc^nnot bnf be of opintoavtbat is-dimf: nution of one third in Ihe^usiiat consuHitilion of so large a proportion of the populalinn, must n;>ce3iiarily^ occasion a proportionate "iVminuiion in Ibe general coosnroplion.uf the counlry," nulw4lhstanding any evidence to tbe contrary which may be draitji from theExeise and-Custom Hopse booths. Yoiir Commillee will not enlarge upon the Various eir-cumsunces.which, may ffORi time to, lime cause the ptthlic books of the nation to furnish bnt,a fallaclons ci'iierion of .llrii internal copsumplion of ,tbe cpiinlry; it is suiSicienl fur them lo remark, Ibat Ihe decomposiliun of the stocks of some articles, and .the accnmnlatiiin of the slocks of other articles, will occasionally cause the pnhlic revenue to appear prosperous, and (o exhibit aa japparent increase of tonsamp-lion", at a lime, alien a'real decrease of cnosumptioiiJs generally and evidently taking place.; and when a must distressing '^fallio!; off" of this kind i.� visible lo every eye, and a cry of distress is beardfrom every quarter oflhe cutin-Iry, your Commillee will presnpie lo remark that ills not for any ipecwirt/tre evidence, which can be drawn from books, that the 7>o�i7/Ke evidence of our xe^sejyugbl to be rt^jccted. If, as yonrCommiltee believe, in aililition to thepciienl diminution of consumption among. Ibe nianufaclnring and commercial classes, a similar diminnlion of one f&irrfshould also have taken place in the consumption of Ihe agricultural community^,which forms lb? other .great branch of ibe population, in that case the general depression of trade and agriculture, and the general distress of Ihe coootry, become suscrplible of some degree of expianation. For since Ihe gratification of human wants is the only.eud and object of all trade, and siiice the population are now consuming one third less of agricultural and.manufaclnred produce than Ibey did Iwo years ago, it is evident that Ihe general trade of the country must iu consequence have fallen off one third, and ^ that Ihe national disiresi niust necessarily be most general and most severe. . s      . It thus appears probable that the whole of the difficulties and distresses of the country may resolve themselves into some general and peculiar cause, which operates upon.all the differcnl branches of iiidustry, and paralyses and obstructs Ihe action of the whole social system. What ibat cause is, your Committee were not-iiistrocled to inquire; they w.ill therefore proceed nn farther inlolbe investigation, but will coblent themselees with remarbiug,: Ibat in their , opinion il is highly essential that Government and Ihe Legis-..Ulure should not be deceived with regard, lo the imjinrtant fact, llat there does exist a general diinioution of one-lbird in the inlernal consumption of the. country ; a diminution which occasions and is occasioned by the most general and severe distress-throughout ail tlielower classes Of Ihe community. Tbe Earl of Liverpool iofurms Ihe House of Lords and Ibe couutry, thai according lu Ihepublic accounts " there has been no diminution in Ibe internal consumplion of the eonntry." Your Committee are of opinion thai n general dimiuulinu of full one-third has already taken place since ihe year 1818, and that snch diminution is daily extending its frighlful ravages among Ihe cummunily. Your Committee therefore recommend thai you adopt the necessary measures lo bring these important truths tn'ibe know, ledge of the Legisfalure ; and that you refterate yonr Peli-tloo for a full and solemn inquiry into Ihe cause of this distressful and anomalous stale of things. It is much to he regretted that this inquiry did not take plac^ long ago It is nol nalnral that a grrat nation of rijh, and industrious, and - intelligent individuals- should suffer with, out a cause, and whatever that cause is it ought to be ascertained, and if possible removed. The extreme necessity of this inquiry becomes every day more apparent and more urgent, and your Committee aj-e of opinion that it cannot be longer delayed without producing consequences, which il is alike the interest and tbe duty of every class oflhe community to endeavour to avert. - JOSHUA SCHOLEFIELD, Chairman. tiirmingham, August      tSW. Resolved unanimously, 1. That the Report now read be confirmed, and that it be approved and adopted, as containing Ibe scniimeuts of this Meeting. 3. Tbal the Irade of Ibfa town is reduced to a must deplorable stale, the maoufacturers not being able to supply their workmen with "more than three or four days work per week, and one fourth of the working classes being reduced lo the necessity of supporting tbeir'existeiice by relief from Ihe parish. 3. That the patience, loyally, and. furtilude, wilh. which the inbabitaiits of llii; town have boroe their long and, uii-exampled sufferings and privations, entitle them to the gra. titude and.respect of their counlry; and that it is Ihe duty of the merchants, manufacturers, o.gl traders of Ibfs town, to u.se �very lawful means in tbeir power Iu ubtain for-lheir meritorious and suffering townsmen the most speedy, siib-staulial, and:permanent relief. ; ^ 4. 'rhat Ihe merchants, mannfaclnrers, and iiad-rs of Ibis town refraine4 for several years from bringing Ihtir complaints before Pai-liameni; from molivrs of respect and deference to Ibe Legislature, and under the hope tbal some measures wuuld iiave been adopted for tbe purpose of investigating and relieving the extraordinary and aiiomiloiis distresses which bave so long afflicted llie middle 'and lower classes of Ibe community; but when year after year has passed away, without relief, without inquiry, wilhunt any determinate or acknowledged ixpositionof the cause, or remedy-of-ihe nalion:il distress, which seems to darken with Ihe passiifg hour, this meeting is compelled lo declare., that the most urgent appeals lo Parliameut become necessary, fur ihe purpose of removing the misery which afflicts, and_ -averting the danger which threatens Ihe coiiptry. j 5. That the evident tendency of the stiite of things which Las existed for several yearsy h'aa been lu i mpo'verish ihe merchants, manufacturers, farmers, and I'ladeapeople generally, audio reduce the working clasWs uf the commonity'to a. staleof pauperism.      . -  . C, That when this Meeting lupks ronpd np.on..the;iwhple couUlry, and perceives every where the Ji'rorfiicfira classes ' of Ihe community reduced in'theircnpllal and nieaiis of em-: ployineni, wbilat-llieanproducij'i*-'Wa'sses bave-experienccd scarcely.any reduclion in tbeii-^ rents and incomes, and uone at all inllie amouiit .pf their �ilaries .and aunitilies paid from Ihe.tiublic taxes, wltjch are:pn,l.he.conlrai;y,'yery con. siderably iiicreased tn ca^KR by, aifd. in proportioh ..Ip, the geiieral d^pirrasiPu-of prices:| ibis Meeliiig bend'ltiat 8om,e powerfufiprincipie must have:beeii silently jBt.Workriwbiidi 4t: 18 of ther hig^^^^ :imporl�i�diB to* have airartpined^ndjiiidje^etpqtf, ;7, Tiiatj| itwellk^^ . aud cpmmei�e,':areit^^^^^ tb^ee'j^rcarap^^ the, !j rfcheiJ:.S�ii,:tKe'eiVipn ^ibotitj^ppeari rOlbi* Meetiiigy?^ there' baa beeii hot little prospJrily for ci,lhrr la' ihpse gr.e:.t .branriiea of Ihe-vtallh of UHtiuMS: on the conlraty. this iMvrliivf .18 nf opinion, :thal yi-ar aflrr year Ihe,farUii'r, il-c jnanufaclurers, and .Ibi^ tne/chanis, have nul only ipiJi-d. ill va)n, bnlf wilb few csccplions, bave exiicricnred a �erioi>� .((�mimiliuii of Ibeir capitalami this meeting coiiiTidrrji it siiflfcienlly evidenf, thai' urilrts ibis stiite of things can he allerrd. it isDUt merely the riches and the happinessj but tl�? vpryi Xisteiice vf the country wliifli is at stake. B. llial Pclitiop� gronbded uu, tlie ab ive llfp 20 ..;...........    1,080 16       ...........  2-2,72U 2 2 2 2 1-2 10 20 54 1,420 4 1 200 \ Blanks, lo be re-draw� 181 i.'October",'l " '        ( eslimaled as north, to sell, at 14/. each.. | ^o'""" 7,600 Tickets. Slerli'ng .Money, jelSO.OOO Only 3,800 Numbers, Th-o Tickets of-cach Numher; tl,e Fate of one lo decide the other, in the usual maonrr. PRIZES DETERMINABLE. � 20tli Prize above 20/. �20,001) SOJU'tST^awn Blank's iu each Cni9':;-^tober 18,  Iu have 16/. each. Prize 5tb in earh Class, �10,000 17ih      Uilto......    200 18ih ahove 20/.......     500 19lh   Ditto........1 1,000 Tickets and Shares spe Selling at CARROLL'* Forlunale Offices, 19, CoRNHli.I,, and 20, OxFORO-BxaEET, wlier'j be Sold the following Capital Prizes.ip Ihe Last Conlrait and ^Lottery 'just ended:- 18,779, a Prike of 30,000/.! 3,756.....�500 7,034____   300 17,254.,..   300 85____   200 1,159____   200 1,313-----�200 2,409----   200 3,894....   200 4.308----   200 9,609....   200 10,850.... �001) 12,409.... 200 13,196. .. 200 14,857.... 200 18,775____   200 BRIEF SUMMARY of the Advantages of Purchasing TICKETS and SHARES before 5th of OCTOBER:- You are sure of the clianre of Two of 10,000/. becauic they must be drawn on (he First Day,. .'7th.October, in ihe first 15 minutes; besides the chance of whaievrr other Capitals may be drawn un-thal day. Yuu are sure of uot less than 4,500 Tickets being drawn on the First Day, 5ih October, being more tbau twu-ibitds of the whole Lottery." You are sore of all those 4,500 Tickela being drawn � Prizes First Day, If you avail yourself of the Contractor's offer-(sec tlie Scheme) You are not sura uf any of the above advantages if you ilo not make your purchases befoie First Day, because ihcy exclusively belong lo Ibat day. 8ciieme CONTAINS TWO____�-20.000 I TWO____�10,000 5,720 other Benefits. All Sierliog Money !-^Only 7,600 Tickets. Tickets aud Sharcsare Selling by J, and J. SIVEWRIGHT, 37, Cornhill; II, HolGorn; 38, Haymarket ; aiid 141, Oxford.street; Who Shared and Sold in Ibe Lottery just ei-tli Nu.   135......lo  8 Shares......�20,(iOi> 3,636 ......In 12 Shares......�20,OUO And varipuB other Capitals. .fl'^HEREis no class of Uisonlns lo-whicli culii-. J. vated Society is so subject as Ihe NERVOUS, wbirli invade alike the votaries of business and of pleasure, the delicate female, and- the robust and seemmg Vtgorous youth. Whether application lb ia%portaat aftaii-s,- or u"-due indufgeuce uf-the passions cause these alKcLons, Ihey are pretty .much Ibe.Biiin'e iu tlieir general features. Lisi-lesBuessuttui'td,impaired streuglh aud appetite, ffatuteucc-bead-acli,'viTtigo,aild'dimness of sight, are mure or less, observable ,i!a ibeoi till. No remedy has hithrrtn been su gpuerally beneficial in Nervous Disorders assthe CORUIAI. BALM OF GlLEAi))' whicb.bas now mainiaincd-ils repo-latiOD for a long series of years, andlias-becometiie slated resprt.of grea^ pumpers of invalids. It is soldi.y Mr. Johnston, 68i-Cofjihill ;5fi".' Singer '(late Bacoa Tiiid Co.), 150, .Oxfordsrieet; Mr. Wanl, HulbUrn; MH StraUling, 'Royal,Exchange, London;iaiid'all .Medtciue VLuders, iu^bul-llesjBtJlbiandSSsiCBcb.   - :r ..i   

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