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   British Press (Newspaper) - November 13, 1820, London, Middlesex                                THIS  EVENING,  MONDAY,   Nov ,13, his MBJesljOsSerxsnia will-perform siiakspeaii's Tragedy of � .     � �' Duke of Venice.Mr. Toote; Brabantio, Mr. Powell; Lii-dovico, Mr. Vinine; 0(?ie)lp, Mr. Cooiiei;; Cassio, Mr. Barjiard; Rodcrigb, Mr. Rufsetl; Ipgo, Mri'Bcmdi. Desde-moua, Miss Ciie'ter; Emilia, Mrs. Glover. iifier vliirh, the favourite Extravaganza called GIOVANNI IN L0NC6N.      , Don Giovanui, Madame Vestriin' Lopoielln, Mr. ,BarIey;  Mr. Fror'euliue:FinicH>>i,.Mr. BaiOarsi; Mr. Deputy English, . Mr. Gallie;, Jtfra-liejiprello, jlliss Ciiliitl; MisajUoastaiilia , Quii^tte, MibV Pdveyj IftiarEiiitlislj, Mfs.?Orger; Mrs. braiuemdryj Mrs. Dobbs; SqualUngiFaii,~Mrs. Bland. The interior of theTiieatre bai been completely embellished and neiivlydeoofaied. The chief part of. (be Scenery hai been repatnted, and a new Architectural'Drop Scene, designed and. executed by Marinari. The PublicTvill alio observe, that external acco'romoda. tionhBs pot'been liegtected, a comiBiidiaiiS'Porlicb baring Private Box Entrance, Little Riissell^Btreet, until tlievom^ pletioii of the Portico. The Doors willhe opened at Half-pa?t Six o'Clook, and the Performance's on each Evenine commence at Seven. Boxps, 7s.; Second Price, 3s.6d.-Pil', 3r. 6d.; .Second Piicp, 2s.-Ixinrer Gallery, 2s.; Second Price, Is.-Upper G.illery, Is.; Second Price, 6d. To-morrow, the Cuinedy of Town and Counlry, with Giovanni in London. On VVednesday, King Lear.- King Lear, Mr, Bnoth ; Ed. jrar (first time), Mr. Cooper-after which will be i-evrvcd the Burlelta of Midas. On Thursday, the Tragedy of Adeleitha: MirliacI Dncas, Mr. BoDlh; (^ibair, Mr.Cooper; Adelgitha, Mrs. W. West; Inima, Mias Chester. A ucw Farce-is in rehearsal. This day is jiublWbed'price 8?. 89; ijiJniid with Mapni or^ ''"aiMP �iirwn^er,.Ni�;etnlie^^   25, and December 23, at etjBa.boundwithoat Man*, eleven, at Guildhall-^'A^^^^^ 6f.j6a. {lound without Maua, NE W EDITfON of BLAtR'S GfiROr NOLOGY; ,or, History of the VV ;8treel,.H.ayifiBr1cet. fLLUMINATIDN TRANS PAJi^NCJ^ M. on sale or hirei expfassively appropriaie fa*'t^fe pK^seint Glorious Event,   Also &� fiii-ge AssortmentdpjffStifeilw Painted Wibdaw Blinds,; fine: imilationi of Stained'GHsssi^ 75Viiidow9, &c.,oo sale ; tbgelhcr with aevera^l fiiie A'jfecimeos i ' of modern <)riiamei)tal Corners,  Arabesque Qrriameiits^'; Statosnjy;i;igiirej, &c. &c. for Boom*, Banners,. Halciiirients^ . Fla^s,--Ej^bletoat)c Pevices, and Qruauiental adinitte.-,';3J^g Jqba,.NqrniaOj,.of I^uiBl^^t, CommercUil-rpfld, Middlt. sexi\mSsler-mariner, Jtbistowni^^ November 18, 25, and \^�emher 23,. at: elertUj':^;i^ildh*tl, London. Alturiiey, .Mr.'vWrig^t, Feuchurcl�v^ir�ar. Jpiitti;J?i3�.iicis jioWerti^^Ste of iBucfclershury, Lon-jaBa^�inx*aiilV ta B(�W�i^*Z?farVe�ii1>er 21j 2b, and De. cember 23, al twelve,�t iS.uildliBll.Attorneys, Mcssrst Young and Hughes, St. Mijdied's-'court, Poultry. William Keates, of Bishopsgaie-street, London, hosier, to surrender, November 14, 28, and Deceinber 23, at ten, at Guildhall.   Attorney, Mr. Brooking, Lumbard-street. Mossop Haile, of Cheltenham, Gloucester, hotel keeper, to surrender, November 28, at seven, 29,.and December 23, at ten, at Ihe Plough Hotel, Chelleuham. Attorneys, Messrs. Vizard and Blower, Lincoln's inn-fields, London 3 and Messrs. Pruen and Gi-iHilhs, Cheltenham. William Bright, of Newlaud, Gloucester, dealer in corn, to surrender, November 24, at six, 25, and Deceinber 23, at eltvei), al ihe Lower George Inn, Gloucester. Attorneys, Mr. Meredith, Lincoln's Inn New.square, London ; an.1 ftlr. James, Culfurd, Gloucestershire. James Hunliston, of Thayer-street, Manchester-square, Middlesex, tailor, to surrender, November 14, 21, and De. cenibcr 23, at ten, at Guildhall, London. Attorneys, .Messrs. Dawson, Capion, and Rowley, Saville-place, New Burling, ton-street, London. Ahxander Brander, of Budge-row, London, upholsterer, to surrender, November 14, 25, and December 23, at ten, nl Guildhall. Attorney, Mr. Lnckcit, VVilstjn-street, Fins-buiy-^^qnare, London. John Canuou, of Liverpool, merchant, to surrender, November 18, 25, and December 23, at eleven, at Guildhall, Londou. Ailoruey, Mr. Young, Charlotte-row, .Mansion House, Loudon. John Fry, jof Dorset-street, Salisbury-square, London, tailor, to surrender, November 21, 25, and December 23, at twelve, at Guildhall. Attorneys, Messrs. Mayhew, Price, and Slyan, Chancery-lane, London. William Abbott, of Windham-ptace, Middlesex, merchant, to surrender, November 18, 25, and December 33, at eleven, al Guildhall, L . , Wakefiey. December 4. . J. Riding, of Blackburn,  Lancaster.cntl""-maiiufacturer-,at eleven,at the Old liiii, within Blackburn. CERTIFICATES-December 2. T. Bond, of.Aimitage, Stafford, ni.ilurer.-J. Jacksnn, of Liverpool, sail-maker.-J.T. Rosier, of Liverpool, merchant.- H. EitieiV, of Liverpool, paint and colour-maker.- T. S. Sandilunds', of Twyning, Glunreslcr, scrivener.- H Ralcliff, of Tliornlon, Lancaster, farmer.-C. Jerf-my, of Acre-lane, Clupham, .Surrey, linen-draper.-^. R; Browne, of the New-ioad, St. Pancraa, Middlesex (lale a prisoner iri the King's Bench prison), statuary.'-W." Foraier, uf ll-e. Strand, Westminster, silversmith.-S. Cramp, of Vine-street, Millbank-slreel, Middlesex, coin-dealer.-I. Jones and J: Jones, lale of Leominster, Hereford, lineii'-diaperj. PARTNERSh*IPS DISSOLVED. W. B.Kent and J. Gawdery, of Great Marlbororijli-streel, Middlesex, brush-manufacturers,. Novenilier 8, 1820.-W. Bulmer and G. Nirol, of Cleveland-row, St. Jaices's, printers, December 31, 1819.-D. Palmer and T. Lnwson, of the Old Change, Lundun, warehousemen, June 2f, 181S - E. T. Waters and T. M. Waters, of London.and Oporto, wine-m�rchantB, November 7, 1820.-M. SloWoran"tiiiii Armstrong, of ihe Commercial-road, East London, Middlesex, wholesale-druggists, November. 9, 1820.-C. Ross and R. Ware, of New Broad-street, London, merchants, Noveiii-berlO, 1820.-J. W. Taylor and J. .Stephen, of Wallinx-Btreet, London, warehousemen, November 9, 1820.-T. Noon, jun. M. A. Nunn, J. Luke, C. W. Ayles, aiid R. H. Weston, of Gun-dork, Wapping, and i\ew-(prane, Shadwell, Middlesex, shipwrights, so far as concerns Ihe said T. Nunn ahd-M.A. Nunn, October 16, 1820.-.1. Stanifurlh and J. Blunt, of Throgmorton-street, Loudon, merchants, September 22, 1820. J LLbi\Hl\ATUi[\S. up at the PRICE OF SUGAR. The average price of Brown or Mimcovado Sugar, computed from the Relnriis made in iIk- weekending the 8tli day of November, 1820, is .^os. Sjil. per hundred weight, exclusive of the duties of customs paid or payable thereon on the importation thereof into Great Britain. PRICES 0|- COKX. Average Prices of Corn of Englanil and Wales, by the Quarter of Eight Winchester BHsljel;:, and of Oatmeal per bollof 140lbs. uvoirduppise, fiiini the returns received ih the week ended the 4ih of Novenilitr, 1820. 1, i-		1" a 53	4	2 S	i	1	^? s. d. 57   6	d 36   6	�. d. 28   J	21  n	s.  d 38   I	1.  d 39   4	s.  d 22	s. d. !"�'- n.lr.l .-.acr. PRESENTATION of a. WELSH FLAG. DIVIDENDS. December 2. A. Young, of St. Swiibin'a-lane, London, merchant, at ten, at Guildhall. November 14. E. BIyth, late of Dyer's buildings, Holborn, dealer, at ten, al Guildhall, London. December 2. B. Tupling, of the Strand, Middlesex, jeweller, at ten, at Guildhall, London. December 2. J. Harkness, of Addle-street, Wond.slreet, London, merchant, at one, at Guildhall. December 2. J. Bayliss and T. Thompson, of Piccadilly, -   Middlesex,'ironmongers, al tea, at Guildhall, London. December 20. W. Shalcrass, late of .losepli-slreet, Saint Pancras, Middlesex, baker, at eleven, at Guildhall, Lou-doo. December 12. J. Fish,of Newcastle-upou.Tyne,soap-maker, at eleven, at the' George Inn, Newcasile^upou-Tyne. December 12. J. Nowlan, of Newcaslle-npoii-Tyne, soapboiler, at eleven^ at the George Inn, Newca8lle-u|>un-Tyne. December 6. Cave, of Cheltenham, Gloucester, jeweller, at eleven, at the Royal Hotel, Cheltenham. Noveraber 18. C. Mackenzie, lat� Of Caroline-street, Bedford-square, Middlesex' (^ut now a Prisoner lu the King's Bench Prison), merchant, at ten, at Guildhall, Londou. �November 18. L.Lyons, late of Lower Shadwell, Middlesex, brewer, at leu, at Guildhall, London. November 18. T. Dowleyand J. Dnwley, lale of Willow. street, Bankside, Surrey, corn-merchaiils, at eleven, at Guildhall, Louden. November 18. R. Hodgson, of Fleet-street, London, oilman, at ten, al Goildhall. December 9. G. Hardistyaod J. Cowing, of Bedford-court, St. Paul's, Covent-garden, Middlesex, woollen-drapers, at twelve, at Guildhall, Londou. December 10. T. Ellcrby, of Poole, Doi-set, linen-draper, at twelve, al Guildhall, London. ' November 18. K. Wilson, of Bow Cburcb-yard, London, merchant, at ten, at Guildhall. November 18. W. May, of Spital-square, Middlesex, silk- mn'nnfaclurer, at twelve, at Guildhall, Londou. November 25. T. Chapman, of Liltlebnry-Mills, Chesler- ford-Mills, and Slralforil-Mitls, near Bow; Essex, meal- man, al eleven, at Guildhall, London. Deieniber 4. W.Toll,.of St. Germaiiis, Cornwall, miller, at eleven, al the Carlton Coffee-liouse, Plyniuuih-Duck. December 5. S. Worrall and A. Pope, liuw or late of Bristol, bankers, al twelve, at the Bush I'averu, Biistul.~ December 5. J. Fullirton, of Manchester, saddler, at two, alihe White Beafjnn, Manchester. Decewiber 2. D. Johnstnn, of Bronii-Btreet,   Hanover- . square,. Middlesex, smith, at ten, at Guildhall, London, liecen^bera. J. PeBrs,e,of Plymouth-Dock, saddler, at Uu, al Ihe Royni Hotel, PlyijiiJuih. Deceinbei' 12; J. Ball,'liite of Podle,, �hoe.inaker, at eleven, .   at the Old, Antelope laii, Poole, . , Drc^liibw 7. J, ElliOtt,.!iow_pr, .|ale of Fariiiwm, Surrey, 'coni'mbn-birew�r, .at tliilee,'al,th'e'Busli'inii,'F8rii.hitm. ; December 4. T. Ailiim�i of Sduth-iShietdii,' Durb9in,'8lii|i-owner, at>:ell-�tmf'8t�tlie iGotaen i Li6n,  Sbutli JShieldsi Some months since a Cambrian Society wa� foriii-ed, to promote preaching in the Welsh laii^iiajje on board of ahfjjs in the Thames. At a recent meeting of the Committee, the Rev. G. C. Smith, of Penzance, reconiraeiicled the eittablishiiieiil of Welsh Prayer Meetings, and offtTtd to have a flag made, as a signal. On Suriday, the 5th iiist. this Minister, accompanied by Capiuins and �eu-inea from different parts of tile Thames, and lArJem-bers of tlie flelhel Uiiiiui Society, KlleiuJed on board the Hope, Captain Jmics, of Alieryst-with, to preaeni a Welsh Flat; publicly. On the part of this Iiistitulinn, to their brethVeo of the principaliiies. The Hope lay iii a tier of ships off Pickle Herring-stairs, opposite the Tower ; her deck Whs crowded-several respectable I'cinules attended. Tlie new h.iij mas very lari^e : a blue ground, yellow star, and a riovf, with an olive branch in its mouth, and the words " Cyfarfod GyClDDI," signifying Prayer I\Jeetin^s, 111 large white letters, udoriled the centre. iVlr. S. stood by the lielm abaft ; a s'.udding suil boom was raised perpendicular close to hnii, and supported by two seamen; one part of the flag-was lashed to the upper part of the boom, anil tlie fly of it was carried out, and made fast to the main rigging un ilie larboard side. The seivice commenced at eleven o'clock, by reading and prayer ; 11 piou.s Captain and sailor, from Ihe Lower Poid, implored a divine blessing. Mr. S. then addressed the assembly from Psalm xx. 5.-" In the name of onr God we will set up our banners : the Lord fulfil all  Ihy petitions." He remarked,   that   banners nr standards were usually raised to distinguish an army,   to invite to battle, or lo announce a triumph.    Thus the flag   Bethel wi.th  English saihirs, and Cyfarfod GwiDDi with Wel-h.   Whenever these were hoisted,  they  would   distinguish them   as  the friends of religion anil social order ; invite tliera to the conflict ot Ikith ; and announce these triumphs tlirougli Christ, the great Ca(itaiii of their Salvation. The Minister then, grasping the pole, exprpssled his high siatisfaciion in preseiiling his brother seamen of Wales with the significant flag ; he had long been a Flag Officer in Lord NeUon's fleet, and raised many a flag, but none with so much pleasure as this. When England was threatened with invasion, volunteer corpi were formed, and colours were presented unto them ; but these invited to the shedding of human blood, and the de>truction of our species. Cyfarfod GwiDDi.on the contrary, was theStand-ard of Peace, the Star directed to the Saviour, the Doveaiiiiotinced the wrath of Jehovah assuaged ; and the words CyfaeFoD Gwiddi enjuinrd prayer for all men, and lorn//inau/Aorir^.  The Church of old had sung, "his banner over me is love." Such islhe flag now   presented lo you ; it breathes love to God, to Christ, lu Man, and to one another. By this shall all men know that ye ate Christ's disciples, if ye love one another.   To-day you see ou this deck sailors &nri friends of all detioininatiuns, who meet to hail your   progress   in   Christianity.     May � Cyfahfijd Gwiddi" soon be hoisted in every port iu Wales,   and in every part uf tlie wuild where a Welsh ship sails ! This interesting Service closed by a Captain and Sailor belonging to the Upper Pool publicly commending their Welsh brethren to God. The ap-proachiug Annual Meeting of the Liritish and Foreign Seamen's Friend Society, and Bethel Union, was then announced, and the assembly infunned that this flag woulct be displayed at the City of Londou Tavern ou that occasion. By a Curioiis oiucidence, the Tower guns, for the 5tb of November, tired their usual aa.\a\v just as the Meeting closed. SalurdHV inoniing a uonci' wiis pos'c iV'Iai;-.iori I-J.>use 111 tile I'liiowini/ woriU :-. * Ttie i..,ii!  -VLiynr il.triMU lo  illinnitMic the ,^Tiin,ion M'Mi.si Ilil.s evenins and on .Monday." i'li.s "i.iMce, uf oiiir^r, whVi^ 1 lie hint lo tfinie ritireh^ v>ii!i ;u,>iiys foilmv the r;;ii:i!|ilt- nlMlirir Cl'i-f Ati;;i--irav, add 111 liie evir.iiiit; the illiHinMi'iujii ami ;iiucii mure !;riHiiiiit tUmi ini^jlit ii .v^ Ij , . txpr-ct'^il lidiii s(i ^Irui- 11 i.oiic-f, ThK ,M u,-i...i fiin'^e w.'ih i'luiiliiiiUiil with -the Idlers "(j. il." iisid ti;e lari;e star -A' Briin''>vick, s-iirrnundf'u -Lv wr-'iiMis of l,iiir�-i. The fiuiit of (inilillmll w.n iifsu illiiiiiiualii! \vii!j Jlie siinie devircs, mid, .v>-ii /rorn  -.-i, v..-. elegantly tllumiiiatijd with "C K." ami r.-b;�in:i.. The bmikiiig-house'uf Sir Win. Chirtis, ami \\:.-:-of the other bankers in Loaibanl-sfrei", w rv i'..--^antly adorned with fcstoon.s. Tlu; f'rouii. of ir 1 : Iiouiies facing, the Thames were illuiniii;i;t  ,', " (iod (wd the People ;" in her liaiid is a sivoil, rjr whii.h is iii>cribef*, " 7'he Livery oy London" .At;, '.he hcul of lier Majesty is a scroll, witli the nioti:-. " 7 hey have done llieir utmost lo destroy itip.' t her tci-t is ijie rejirrsenla'ton of an emunioii.� iivilvi-. on tile bndy of which wa- inscribed witli ihe �mv;'-, " LeiLch, Cooke, and Conspiracy " Tlie s-i.::i neck.s cif (lie hvtira were inscnhi-d wan ihf' '.^mihs of Miijocchi, UemonI, Sacchi, luul tlie iiioi-t jm- m--iieiit of the witnesses against her i\jMJeitv. Tn-New London Tavern was brilliantly illiiiiiiii,>l!'(', -m was al.o the Old City of London 'i'avcFii. .\i;;i i,[ every house in Bishopsgate-s'.reet ums ailornt-i v:i\:\ some peculiar device. On one was a ir.iiis|).ireii(.v, with " C. R." and the words- Innocence thrice Iriiimphant ;" to which wa?: siilij.i nn-, "The Lord that delivered me ujil of the moutli .it tlu- h> and out of the paw of the bear, halii aUo drhverei' i;-.-.' o:.f of Ihe hand of this Philistine     excited particular altnuio , and applause. The display of white fla^s in Shoreditcli t numerous; several had sentimeni? and mt^ttos i;;-scnbed u()o� them, but wliich, from the gre.it height at which they were suspendeil, we wtre vin-able to rend. The East India Liouse displayed .l line of flambeaux extending along tiit whole l'ro;i'; of that edifice. The whole of Sut)-slree(, Fin>biiri,-square, the City-road, Smiliifield, and CcUiaii-slreet, were lighted up in a superior rnEiiner. Ill Coleman-street, the llaliau liousc of UMchiii and Co. was ornamented Willi; aj crown and C. \'. surmounted by the grand star' of Briiiiwir!: : m another compartment ofthe hnufe was iuscnlied .:i lar^e letters, B. U. and L. siirroniaird by wieali.s of laurel. At the house of Mr. Baih, in tiic Poultry, was a transparency "it!i the following ivuid^, which were much upplaud-ed : - " And now shall he lift up mine iiead above mine e'lcini; >: round about me." The devices in Cheapside and on Lndgale-liiil wen-numerous and brilliaiil: the whole of llie ('rniit ol Mr. Hone's house was illuminated with t'u; vor;!-, in lai-ge letters, " The Triumph of Ihe Fras " C. R." and a Royal Crown; several Ikvjb '.eie also hung out from the windows, and tije ailent; ju of the populace was much excittJ by a p! ic.ru, on which was inscribed a paraphril^e lI Uic proverb- " Take away the wicked frotn before the Ivin;;, lliat lis throne may be established in ri;;bteousness." We did not perceive any ilnno- purticulnr the Bank, excepting an ex'tta guard oi' ^tiiditrs.- Every precaution was taken whicli [irudeiice cni..! dictate lor the preservation of peace and order m the city.   All the police officers, the conslabie^, the night and day patroles, the watchmen, inid marshahnen, were upon duty,   and patroled  llie streets, under the able direciioii of the Ciiy fvliir-shals, to keep every thing in oder.   The u.-iuiil proclamation against  letting oft'   fireworks,   the damaging of   properly,   or  molesting Qunkers, or other conscientious  persons   who  might nut think proper to illaminate, was exteii.iively posted (ip throughout the city, and we would recommend to the contemplation of the sons of misichiel a la--'' and most salutary Act of Parliament (the 1st i>t' Geo. 1V-), by which it is enacted, that any persoi.s who shall vrilfully   or   maliciously   commit ;i:i\ damage to any real or personal property whatevet, shall be liable to a penalty not exceeding live pounds, or in default of payment, to ihree months' bard labour ill Bridewell.   In Holborn the illuiiii-nation was very general, and at some houses vi-ry splendid.   At Bailey's, corner of Turn.siile, the letters     C. R." surmounted by a crown in variegated lamps,  and festoons   of   lamps,  appcareil suspended from the bulc-ony ; and ut Mr. Musnu's, wolleii-draper, nearly opposite, Ihe window, m.-,.-brilliantly   illuminated   with   variegated    luu.i-, adorned with wreatiies of laurel and rofcile. 
                            

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