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   British Press (Newspaper) - October 28, 1820, London, Middlesex                                r TH EATBE will ,JlB.CiOAI�|rENCE.iU. SEASOIV on MONDAy!,K,EXT,Oc�obfr.30,,.�rbeu,|iisrM ?rhoinpsoit; (Joldfinchi Mr.rHarley; Silkyi Mr.'Knielit. itophia, Mi�B Kelly; U'idow AVnrren, Mrs. Harlowe; Jieiioy,(nira. Orgtr. Afler wIiicUflKe'fav'our;te'EMrava{>Riiza called GIOVvtNNMN libNDON.  � Van GioValinr.'-Maiiani^ V�stTiSj'Lt-|mrMII>;Mr'. Hai-lejr; Mr. Floieniiiie lMnirKiij,'Mr. Biniird'/MK Depiily Enfrlisli, iMr.Gatiie.' Mrs'.Lep�i'e]lo;'Miiis Ciiliitf; MWl^unstaliliH ! Quixotte, Misii PoTiy; Mrs. English,' Mr*; Orgpr; Slri. Drniiieinilry, Mr�;'Hsrtowe; Sqiiallin^'Fan, Mrs.-Bland. Tfie interior of the'Theatre has bceu com^lclJ^li'embellished pud newly decoraieil. .   v. ' TIjefhicf part'of'llie Scenery has been r^paipted,' and a' new ArchitcpiuVai'prop^ Scene, designed and "rxiii:;nK�i by j The VubHcfeih'alsq'ob�ervr,~,th a'cdpnijnoda-. f ion lias iioi tjecli.'ne^lectftl^a commad|((Us Por'lico' hwingj been ciectrd ill Urydges-street'.        '      '  ; Places fur tile''Bpica^'i'o be taken of Mr. Eodweli, at {lie j Private Box Enfrahcei liiitle iluraell.i/treet, iiiitil' the cojn-i pletion of the Portico. '� ., j    �   1^ , The Doom Will^fce the Perfo'f'iriincea Sii iai& &^uink ioihriiciice at Seven.,     t. Price, 2s.-:to�t,^^a1i'ely;"as'.;; Scco'ud Pfice, is.-tJpptrj 1H IS EVEN INbr SATURDAY, Oct. 28. will be performed'Ifae :Mtisiral Romance of      ' ''' i HENRi igJUATRE; Or/PARIS Jiy'THE OLIJEN fl.ME. Henri, Mr. JVIacreadyj Sully," Hi;., Ejerion ; General D'Aiinioiil, Mrj l-awcejl';' Eu|;eue de Biroil, Mr. C. Keinhle; Frfdejiicfc Si. t��>n, Mr. Abfaolt; O'Dplipel, Mr. Connor; Moustache, Mr.,'Emery; Gervais, .Air. Duruset; 'Jocrisse, Ulr. Lision Florence Si. Leon,' Mis* (Sreeue; Clulilde de JJiron, .'Vliss Love; Louisuu, Miss Foote. After which,.the Ballet of LE WAUCHAKU D'ESCLAVES. By the Priocipal Daii^is from the Opera House. To conclude with the: Bnrlesqne Ti-asiic Opera of BOMBASTCS; el'KIOSO. ArlaKOminnnSi King of Utopia, Mr.Blanchard ; General Bumbastcs, Mr. Listun.' Distailina', Mrs. Liston. A Private Box may be hart for theSeAaou, or nigfally, of Mr. Ur.-.iiilon, at the Box-OtKcc'. Places for i|�e Boxes lu 'be taken of Mr. Brandon, at the Box-Offire, Harlistrdet, from Ten till Four. Oil Jlonday, tile'Tragedy of The Revenge: Zao^a, Mr. Macready (his first appearance in that character); Alonzo, Mr. C. Kenible-ihe new Ballet of Le Marcliand d'Escluves -and All the Wurld's a Stage. On Tuesday, The Comedy' of Errors! Luciana, Miss M. Tree (her first appearance this season)-with Too Late for Dinner. ^   . "�' ' On Wednesday, the Coinedy iif The Clandestine Marriac;e -after whieh a' n'e'w'lBallet vailed Dancing Mad-and The Itendezvouij. Shalispeate'a Comedy of Twelfth Night has beetifor tome time in preparation, niid will speedily be produced; In which will be introduced Soii^s, Uuets, Glees, and Cboriis*^, selected entirely fiV)fn the Plays, Poems, and Sonnets uf Shakspeare. ..   "     "   " THE NEXT of KIN (i^/any) of LAW-RENCE, JOHNSON, late belitn^ng ti> the Mei>-chant-tfhip Colnrabus, deceased, by applying tu Mr. Owen, No. 3, Bell-yard, Doctors' Cooiiuans, inay hear o^ something lu llieir.advanlage. MUSICAL CABINET for exlinordiimry In-strumeiils, and'Academy for Instructing on them, and in Mnsic, Singing; fcc. The particular luttrumeiria are, the nniversiiUy'admireit, newly-invenled, portable, patent DITAL HARPS,"&c. the-most'drsirable Instrumcuis ever invented, having all the properties of the great Harp', and icn limes less expense,eqnally elegant, &c. Their superior advantages are toa nuolerouG to describe in an Advrrlise-nirnl. � ' ' ' 1'hey may be srep'and hearii, and can only be bad of Mr. E. LIGHT, Mttsie'al Professor (the Inventor and Patenter), 8, Foley-place, Cavendish-square. Ladies and Gentlemen Who from distance, &c. cannot conveniehlly apply personally, may be informed of the pxr-liculars of ilie: above singular instruments, ikc. by forwarding their letters (post paid.) N.B.-A most capital six octave cabinet Piano Forte is also at present (here) to be disposed uf^ unusually cheap. Not a Music Shop. Jand J.SIVEWRIGHT. wilh unMre^edenled    success,: sold in .ihis Cuuiract, in one Lottery uluur, , BOi;^ Prbes of �20,000! and,in,th,e preceding Lottery. One. of ,20,oa!0;. and One of 10,000/. They trust an earpesti^f future success, iu selliiig all, or , , part of the , FOUR of �20,006!] Money and Consols, , in the new LOTTERY to' be drawn 13lh and 28ih November, being ilje jLast Lottery this year. ,There are only 1,700 Nun>h^rH,now un^i^ate, which are sure to be drawn on the,''l^lji'of.'^uvember.;' ,aud the Scheme is so arraneed by pr^ler ;Uf! .Governmeut, that the Purchasers for t bat day: m^y.jjar.e !,'.,!. ; . Twenty .^'hoiudiid-Piound Prisct Twire over. Tickets and Sh-ires. for iyhicii are sellineat their furluoate Offict�.       37, .Corubillj 38, Uayroarket; 11, Holhorn^ anil 141, Orfurdiifeej,.., THE.NEVV LOTTIiRY:   ' BISH,. CoHiractor witl> Cioverprflent foi; tliH _ .present (Lottery, {laving, by permission of the;Lords of ibe. Treasury, ajdedjlie Sum of Forty Thousaud Puniids Muntj,J)ein!iTvloPottnd':fttra Prise movcy^fpr, every has thereby be^n ,enabled lu make,-much grander Schemes than the usual-, allotment of I'rize .Money won Id have allowed. The Scheme. uf the present.Lollery b.-is already been'snbmitted, at lengih, to his best jjciends, the Public. Jt will be^seci). that with only 3,400 Numbers, there are Two,;Prizes -of 2O,000i. Consols, 'I'wo:Prizes of 18,000/. CousoU, and 2.90,0/. Moncv,.making logetber. -  .   FOURiOF sEao.OpO. :   ..: :: .      . The Drawinffjsiso arraiigeil, by Ofriff^vfCoeemment, th.it the ttrsl 1,700 Nurobeis,, which are ,l.ho�e. oulyrfhieh ore now on sale, and all qf ;Which w.ill;lie f iliuse circumstances was the inlruductiuu iutu her Ruyal liigli. ness's fftmily of that person whose name had beeu su often tiieutiuned in llie course -of'lho^se/proceediiigs. He Was taken iutu her service, aiid in, thecuiirse-uf a few shurt Csrlsrnhe in .in-st uf wilne.s.B-(o "co"nfi"rm"the d�lerity'and I ipouths, wiihout any reasu.i beii.ii.itssigned which could ac-- � others who ..le feeking f,r | for,it, except that jiceol.oils intercourse had taken place which wascharged in the (ireamble of the Bill; befoie tIet�,arisHfg frean and couaelried with.Scrofula. , JEfte jpruprielnr of.tliese invaluable discoveries, in sub-mitOii^ bit/pretensions, to-the nlieiitiou of the Public, .thinks it.riglit to slutr, lhat he has travelled as a bolauisi, to obtain.a knowledge of the medicinal and other virtues of plants, (iver Ibe islands of the West Indies, Spanish America, the United Stales, and Canada; among many of the Nurlh American Indians, especially the Creeks and. other tribes of Indiaifs, �o celebrated for their knowledge vf the properties and virtues of plants;-and has acquired much nf his valuable informatiou from those children o( nature whu seek their remedies in swuinpiand forests, and has made himself particularly acquainted with their method of expelling poison frum the body, and of Ihe simple naiur.il ,regimen utci.ss�ry lu be observed tu insure a cuuiiuuance uf hCHlth. The Proprietor of these Medicines, after two years residence in Loudon, nndliaving administered them lu upwards of one thuusand patiehls nfiiicted with the abuvc-mentioned disorders, can now give evldmce to the Public, that he possesses a Specific for tbeScrofula, and fi>r all Cutaneous Uis-nrdera connected with it; as also for Liver Cuniplaini) Dyspepsia, or Indigestion. Persona interested ill the cure of the above-mentioned Disorders will-have respectable referencrs i;iven them, by applying to Mr.Whitlaw, No.i>2, Great Queen street, Lin' coin s Inn-fieldii, I,.ondou, Mr. WHITLAW'a BOTANICAL LECTURES, in an improved melfaud of teachin? that Kcietice by the aid of Transparent Paintings, and LECTURES on the LAWS of LIFE and HEALTH, will be given every lUESDAY aud FRIDAY Evening, to commence ot Eight o'clock.-Terms Of admission to the Class will be made kuown by applying as above. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MR. SAUNDERS, At bis Great Kmim, No. 39, Fleet-street, THIS D|AY, .   SATURDAY, October 23,  and Nine  following days (Sundays excepted), at Half-paatTwelveu'Clock precisely ; VALUA'BLE nnd Extensive Asst?mblatre of __      BOOKS, tu Co,unl,y and General History, ,Clasi;FB, antljjlntHeB,'l>'lyinTty;'''VufBBeB and Travels, Biography, aud Miscellaneous i>itcriitnre, inclndiog-^ FuLio-Dog�|jle's Warwickshire aud St.Paul's Cathedral; Ho.are's Wiltshire, large paper; Nash's Wurcr�lershite,2 vols.; Edmondsou's Heraldry, 2 vols.; Patrick, Lowtli, aud Whitby's Commentaries, 6 vols.; Journals uf the Lords and Commons to I81S; Grose's Antiquities, 15 vols, large paper; liolinshed and Fabyan's Cbronlciles, black Inter; Pinkertun and Faden's General Allasses; Captain Haillie's Works; Slezer's Thealrnm Scoliie; Dart's Westniioster Abbey, 2 vols.; S. Augiislini Upera, Beuedicli, 10 vols.; Tliuresby's Leeds; Crilica Sjcra, 9 vols.; Scapnlic Lexicon, Oxun, 1820; Herudulus Wu^seliiigii, Thucydidi.s, Dnkeri, Puli Synopsis Criticnrnm, 5 vols.; Bunhnry's Plates lu Shak-speuff-; Diillieir'4 Picturesque Voyage tu India. Quarto-tlufThead's Pupe, 6 vols ; Lysous's Environs of Ix)ndon, 5 vols, large paper; Tooke's Diversions uf Pur. ley, with Ihe blanks filled up and MS. uolea, 2 vols.; C.it-mefs Dictionary uf the Bible, 4 vols.; Walpole's Works, and Anecdotes of Painters and Engravers ; Johnson's Dictionary, by Todd, 4 vols.; Grose's Antiquities, 12 vols.; Daniel's Rural Sports, 4 vols, large paper; Ruding's Anuals of Coinage, 4 vols;; Clarke's Travels, 5 vols.; Richardson's Persian Dictionary, 2 vols ; Hurleiau Miscellany and Lord Somers's Tracts, 23 vols, uiiirorm in morocco. Octavo, &c.-Ireland's Works, 9 vols.; (icnileman's and Monthly Miigaxines; Capell's Shakspeare, illustrated; Chalmers's Biographical Dictionary, 32 vols.; Granger's Eng. land, large paper, illnsti-ated; Cti�htiers's Brili!>h E�ayists; Sharpe's British Classics, 24 Vols, larje paper; Barbauld's British Novelists, 50 vols.; Edinburgh and Anlijacobin Reviews; Dibdin's .Spencerianu, 3 vol*:.; Annual RegiNter, 51 vols.; Ihe Works of Hume,S*ifi, Gihlion, Robertson, Smol. left, uiid othir esteemed Historians:-the whole in excellent condition,and man^ in splendid bindiuos of uioiorcu, rnsjia, and calf; and a UKefut assurlmeni uf .Maps on canvam tind rollers. To be viewed on the mornings of Sale, and Catalogues had, price la. each. FiiREHiN ISTELLIGEPICE. [frojiitUe Atiifemeine Zeitnnfj'} " FnoM the GtiAnW DucHV 01p IUde'n.-A� so much is said in the newspapers respecting what took place during the rcsulence of the (jneeit of England at Carlsruhe, it may be interestinirto know what is said in Carlsruhe itself on that sul'jpct. Before the arrival of the Queen, apartments wt-re taken for her nt the Bear Inn. The poalillinns, however, drove her, without cereniony, to the Piwt. Jloreover, it is cnstuniary in this, aud all other lesperlahle inns of Ihe country, that waiter.', not females, slmnhl nlleiid on the guesls. The maids have raerelj'to clean out the rooms ami to attend to the lieils, and it Wonld-never enlir inio ihe head of any maid tu enter alr'npaVlhieut while the gue�t arlintlar rnslrnctiuns fur'lliat'piirpose. Tivu Chambeilirins were appointed tu alleiid tlii! Queen during her stay here, and they were with her the 'greatei.1' part of the day. The hour when Kress gives out that she. surprised her in the roi>ni was that (if the Circle Coiirl, and the Queen was present iu it. The Chamberlains in aliehdauce on her must ImVe been best able to clear up this piiiiit.-   There are  slill   Englishmen at g/j�l^ of Ihesur- 'ifeii^;-^ m are ,tiaiip^frT fW G nd f^-; ft*"; :M{ATr "to Luudaii, ^;t6 ^lfi�;:!oiii 0)>Vinji to �Sfcheciviby order of his  iing.K�rVeiidenceVii this tlsiwS^U is ffiatter of jjri^nif'ntthe hbiir �pe-tMtl�'*lre w'rpnsod the !'ifiis'   irrtS-ptioii 'rlianM;iit (is,punching to the f:yiir)ii)cc of, |jp,rbara.^res,ij., |CwtaiUj,.il,i8 that there ,:|�ave ibe4U,>,)iti;e,ffu/;jpin.e,li:(iie^ sev^^^ Euetifhineu, sun(^uf,tyb^tn i^p"pear,lo,jii,e 'sel^,l,^^^. l!rp<;ijie lestiinp,ni�ls,m,',fiiv'iu;rjjf;,tli8 ,,jWO/ui,a(i H,r,ess,;^.> ease, wherein Ire bail assumed that even ifil were true, so far fruni provingthe in. tercuurse tu have then takeii p1.ice between htr Royil High-iiessand Uerg.imi, there was the ktrungest grounds for inferring that it had taken place between him �ud Demoni.-The Learned Gentleman then referred lu that pari yf'h^ evidence where she described herself as luakihg hcrescape � froWthe feVg'^iihi'uE.ii be laltea a> proof of ib�'ermiinaVisiercontse. The ues^t. case; ;<^u IHat of the masked ball, aiid be wnn CiOivin'ed l|.(i when their LordsMjif critically amliral'WIye��ini".d ihe e.i-denrc oil'i))is point, the} wuuld &n(f that Di Btuui'* leni-^ody had bei^ iMrf at all C.inlradicrled; He then m Ticlencedracii^in'g-brir itdjril Higfinris*! dr/..s and 5pp*�'r aitiwln Ibe fhsi^ciei- bf the Beoie.i of Hisiurv. I h: t iaisWd appetif tn^haj ciiaracf^ thwfe.wa* tJula linWui rt- rei� whicli, wtiauvir �lail{i|tl>ethe judi^itfrbf SiV lyii: OpYI �n thai p*fiicurar, 'ifi.en''Wdsliip'if.iiraMlir Uf-li'ev'e iu b> snft-ciroiry �lJ.c.^l�j *tt�iininfl^lfronifrrt!te�l1muiiSrorSirWilli.nih f.'ii- I'-o-. Ills fc'itiiisritnlge i>f aol!l4niiie i Ik: |icd liknird dreils uist 'uf-the MineVy* in 3Tr. Ifope'a foJl-feJiSi., whu:i t!..ir 'LoriMlrips, no H.'inbl, k'l.cjv .to cun'aibt i>f rioil.iii? mure ;;fbiin a ihrd ilrapely lhrowtr''ov>e, unknown lo shy person of her household? for By the testimony of Dr. lloi-iand, it appeared that " he did not know mini nexi in^irnihij that her Royal Highness had been at.ilie ihealre." Aud when Ihey rememhered that he had iiov iKen been long iu her service, could their Lordships hesiiaic to infer that her going tu the theatre on that uccasiun, as he had describe,:^ accompanied only by the'J?/'e rje cAamire Deuiuui, and ibi-cuurier Bergami, was for the purpose uf indulging in btr illicit passion for that riienial servant' When Or tl'>ilaiid had staleil that he tJnjy learnt the fact of her Roy^l H.sfc-llcss's being at the theatre iiri Ihe following niurouig, pr.,-bably from IlIK reports in file family, his Learned Friei.il.i stopi shoM, and by pursuing the ex:lril!natiuu no I'ociher 011 thai point, had not afforded him tlie opporluuity of askint; as td the nature of the sources whence be lud deiiven ih.; information, lie came now io another fact which Deinuiit had stated lo have occurred at Naples, which -.vas, tOal sh.? had on one occasion seen Bergnmi and the Ptiuce...'!. walkiii.; arm in arm together on the terrace; and liow had ihis b. e-i met? by testimony uf the must exlranrilinary'uesci iplion that he had ever heard. Mr. Craven" had ilccn called 1.; pn.ve that- he had cautioned her Royal Highnesa agaiuii >vii king with Bergami, Viefause on one occasion wheti she w.ia tjsVa-iug in a public pl.ice with him ne:ir hi r, he li^d uh-ti ^ed Ihit there were spies lurking about in oh-ervatiua. lirtr slated that he had never observed any tiling i:iut led >)iir> k> suspect any imprupriety between Ihe'm; uud ).jt su a.vi^u.vc was he, sn struiigly alive tu the possthitity uf ariy ii:ipu[:iti  TiKre �as another fact sworn to by Majocchi, �  Jake place, when there was aootlnr paO'.aee ihrougli-'Ahu-lr "her Royal Highness conld have gone wilhuut iuci-.rriug ihe danger of b� ing seen ? JJow how stood ibe i;:ci ? The. passigj which had been referred lu so iriuniplunlly, so fat i'roin ue. ing one of Ibis private nature, so well caltoljted to le'ad Xd a place of accommodatiun for sefret lovers, was sctually ' op'ened into by the rooms of Ur. riulland, Mr Downaiii, Hieronymus, William Austin, and others of the su 1 te,. u.nd Sbe could not pass aluui^ �t any hour wiih.inti l\-
                            

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