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   British Press (Newspaper) - October 21, 1820, London, Middlesex                                Number 5578. LONDON, SAlfDll^Y, O^lfi^ 1820; THBATRK^ROYAL, COVSNT-GARDEW. mis EVENING, SATURDAY. Oct. 21, n-ill be pprforincd the iUusiral Ronhaiice of HENRI QUATRE; Or, PARIS IN THE OLDEN TIME. Henri, Mr. Macready;  Sully, IHi;. Egertcm;  GineraF D'Aiimonl, Mr. Fawceit; Eugene tie Birmi, Mr. C. Kemble; rudfriifc St. Leon, Mr. Abboll; O'Donncl, Mr. Connor; ?MouslaeIie, Mr. Emery; Gervais, Mr. Dnrusrt; j*�cirisBe, Mr. Lision.   Florence Si. Lnon, .Mis'! Greene; CloliJJe lii Firoi!, Miss Beaumont; Louison, Miss Foote. After wliicli, Sd time, a new Farce (aiili some Musir), called A RACE FOR A WIFE. TliC Principal Cbarncters by Messrs. Blancliard, .loncs, AblioK, Liston, Chapman, Mrs. D.nvenporl, Miss E. Green, iiiiss Beaumont, and Miss Love. To which will be uddetl the Bullet iif LE MARCHAND D'E-SCLAVES. By the Principal Dancers from llic Opera-flousp. Dunns the recess the Theatre has been entirely new decorated and embellisiied. A Private Box may be had for the Season, or nightly, of Mr. Brandon, at the Bux-Offici'. Places for ihe Boxes to lie taken of Mr. Br.^ndoii, at the Box-0(Kci', Hart-street,from Ten till Fonr. Boxes, 7s.; Second Price, 3?. fid.-I'it, Us. fid.; Second Price, as.-TrGallerjT.as.V-SecomjTEiilCfiV. Is.-Upper Gal. lerv. 1 .�=.; Socoud Price, 6d. ,   ' ;     ' The Doors will be opened at Half past Six o'clock, and the Flay bejin at Seven. On .'VTonday, the Tragedy of Virginius, wilh the Ballet of P\'2'ni:vrton. , -* Oil Tuesday, Shakspeare^s Traffedy of Cymhelinc. On Thursday, The Comedy of Errors ; l.iiciana, Miss M. Tire (urr first appearance this season). .*''h:^kspoaie's Comedy of IVelfth Niicht has bpcti for some tiuic ill preparation, anjl wi;l spr-ediiy hr prodncrd. GUILDHALl., LONDON, OcTOiir-n 18, miR  COMMirTEE   for   LETTING  the ViTY'S'LAND.S will meet nt Giilidhnll on ^VTONES-DAV, i!ic first dav of November urxt, lU Twelve i.'Clock at ^(.^:,, to LET by PUBLIC AUCTION, on Lease, for 'I'wer.uy one Years from Michaelmas, IS2(I - A nt^LSE on the north side of I.awrenre Ponnlncy-bili, nod n. \V.lREHOL'SE ndjoini:ig-, on the east si.lc of Green-Lclt'ee-Une, in the Ciiy of Lniidon. Tilt! P.'rlicular and (.'(nuliiioiis lor Leitinr; may be seen ,Tt t.'ic  f]ice of ri'oiks, (luililhail, and tlu' Premises vieu'ed i n I V dav between the hours oi'Twrlve and Tliiee o'clock. JOS. IJUSHNAN, Comploller. WASHINGTON IllVINGS I'OpM. This d.'v is published, price 7s. tid. by .lames  Cawlhorn, �  Cookspiii-slreel, u Second Edition, of rwiilE LAY ..i- li.e SCOTTISH  FIDDLE: U A Pofin, in Five Cantos. By W.iSHINGi'ON IRVING, Esq. Author of "The Sketch-Bnok, ic. r-1'iirlly "ill be pubiishi-d, TIIAIT.S and TRIAI^, n N.'i'-l. Ill 2 v"i)!s. .MILLARD'S nU'ERlAL CLOTH, Ky bis [Majesty's Letters Piiient, FOR THE EAST AND WEST INDHi.s', THE CONTINENT, &c. IMlf.LAKU respecifuily ioforms the Nobi-� iilv and Fainilii's going or relnrniug from abroad, ills IM!'!:KML CLOTH, peculiarly desirable to wear in Ibe I'..i5l and West Indies (superseding the too rfduring >.>fjar of fitii'vi there), and in ibe Cold Climates, and fi�r � tsteiMomv, I-* Sold, ^tamued with Wis Name. .fee. exclusively at lii= U'tfOLK-SALi: 'and KET.IU. EA-ST iXDIA and FOREIGN an I BRITISH WAREHOUSE, N'u. 10, riiF.Al'SlDE, in entire Cases, for E.-tporlation, and by the Pieef nf !(> I'> yard.s, and in wide widMi.s fur Sheeting, at -- -!;. t>d. per yard, ^ic. J. .'^L respectfully informs Families forminc Establish, nu'nis on their arrival,'or havini: Comrnissimis, .seU ctinns niay Im- mad� fiom the accnstuiueii rirli variety "f every kind I'i' Family E>ineii9, Foreign and liritish D.i.niask Table Liiun. rlnice Irish Linens in 7-8 and 4-4, riirious Indii :uiti I'rilish '^fnslins, for Ladies' wear and tjenller^en'ri iN'efkrl.Mlts, In.ha Long Cloths ami Cossars, French Cam-b|ie-, Russia and other fine Sheetings, Indi.) Shawls, and ruiieus Biitish Caaiiinere, in Ions: ami squai-e, peculiar to li'-C Hou-e ; Hiiiquc Printed Cambrics and Beuillas, Drrca and Jamava (Jliintzes, Seersnrkrrs. &r. with the v.etvest fas!ii�)iiabie .Articles, for Evening and Morning l>resK, ui fi\ed prices, from which no deviaiiim is made ; and those -Artidi-s selected by the Piece, or demy, at the Wholesale piire.   DiawiiiEr ami Dining-room Furniloreg, !\1oreens, &c. TO THE PCBLie. ^SrilE^^EVER I taku a Coiilruct for a Lmlery, T V ilia always my endeavour so to arrange the Sehenie .TS to meet the v/lshes. if jyssible, of you, my best friends.- The present Contiact I divided into Three Lotteries, ilie Seiienies widely ditl'eiing from ea<: pnl. and on 1li:-l ground it should have bis support. The Lord Chancellor said he agreed with ih'; Noble ! n;-.] who spoke last lhat questions ou niatte's et firl niighl uni Id he referred to Ihe.fudges. He cnuM n-�l :i;,'rf-e uiih his Noble and Learned Friend (Lord Er'.kinc' lhat a quesiin-M.r tills kind ought lo be tried wilhuul alien.ling In ihe luh-s id' l.iw. The (pie.stion here was, not win fli.-r they ^rei- 1<- ;m. quire into the cha)-ge of snburiinlion of perjury, hnl u-hal uiii-llrt; best means of ascerlainiug il ? His I.md'^liip then put ih:-question, whether it was their Lordships' pleaMire thai ili i liw^ 1'..' tlitl; .i-d h:- iviMiMront od lhat, ;>ller having done ihn. li.ev reu d nol i-all fur the disclos^lre of any r.-n fi.:.-Mii.t I (oiltjitM-nii-aliou which b.id pas-.fd bi-iwreii IheiM e,...( niiy lu:..-p<-r-*oiis in virlire of that .ehai .u-ler. 'Ini-t . i.-.. J on a �t - v ^ iliti'ire.it gi.iuuil from any pidilic ])�p.-v- whuU mi;... b.- piodurt-d fi lni.i'.: iim�'Ptl fi�r. IT i"- w,- Ciorri'l mi his view of llif siibj'-rl, the eunfi.lenli .1 e t which pas-,ed iK-lweeo Ih.-nr oi.ily 'i vrrliit' of llial cap-trttv, by �hieli Ihey her-mie rei.iu 1 ti) 1 aeh oihrr. 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