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Publication: British Press November 15, 1820

British Press (Newspaper) - November 15, 1820, London, Middlesex Price 7(i. Kih^ Cear, Mr. IJootli; Diike''iif Buri;nn()v, Mr. Vintni;; j B*rlof-lKtil, Mr. Pd|ie; Eilgnf (Bret Mf.'Houpi-rf Ednjoj.!}, Mr/fiarijsrd 5 -OswaW-.Japiler, ftf r. ^..^i^pk^; MrrCMry,;K|r. Vipitig; Pan, Mr. Harjey, Apollo, .MadaiDe Vestris. Juno, Miss Cubitt; Venus, MJssSitiiHisrtnJ- 'V Ti. Mortals^Midas,;jyir, AIuDd^o {.'Qanixtas,' !VIr:�� ^The int^riorof tlfe:.Thea(re''liail''1ieen embel- Ksbed,and newly decorated. : , . * , -A ': ^ . ; .i, .^aceaforthe'Boxes to be (akenvof.Mr. Rod�eH,.at^.�iie .i Priv^e Box Entrance^ Liltie Basset uotil the roni: . /pletioii.oiFtiieJtoctica.' 'i' �.�-v^; n::;,;;v / .wiv- ' ' Bojaa; 5rs.;:Seiuintf, PH'.^";3�'6d;-PiifiaBi^erf.? Price, Ss^iiEowarGalleryvis.^ Seetfnd Pricei^lii^^Vpper Gallerjr.is.vSepond price,6d.  ,, .; To-morrow, the'Tragedy. of Adeleitha;:. Mjcbael Ducar Mr. Boloih; Lblbair; Mr.Cooper; Adcffgiiha, Mrs. W. Vfetl; Imms^ Miss Chester. � ' � " A neir Farce is in reiiearsal^ . � > THIS EVEN ING. AVEDN ESr^AY, \S, �will be.performed Sbakapeare's Comedy of. TWEl^PT^H NJGHT. - With New Scenery, Machinery, Dresges, and DejBorations. The Orerture and whole Of the Music tompused and selected from Morley, Peril, Itavenscnift, Saville, Sir. John StsTeiuoo, Winter, &c.;.aiid the Clees arranged by Mr. Bisliop. . ' In the course oS the Cajnedy will bs iotrdducsd Sones, Daets, Glees,. Mid; Choruses, Uie Poetry seltcted entirely from the Plays, Poems,' aud.Sounels of SbaiEs|ieare. Cuki Oraiiio, Mr. Abbbit; Vjilenlina, Mr. Taylor; Curio, Mr. Pyne: Sir Toby Belch, Mr. Emery ; Sir Andrew Ague-cherk,' Mr. Lisfon ; Sebastiun, Mr. Parsim;; Antonio, Mr. Chapman; Roberld, Mr.'Je^eries ; Friar,'Mr. Atkins ; Malvpliu, Mr. >V. Farrrn; Clown, Mr. Fa'wcell; Fabian, Mr. t^uruset; Solanio, Mr. Comer ; BenTolio, Mr. Tinney. Olivia, Miss Greene;'Viola, Miss M.'Tree; Maria, Mrs. Gibhs. : The following are the Selections from Sht^^pearfi -Act 1.-" Fun many a glorious Morning;'" Sonnets.- Glee, " Who is Sylvia ?" Two Genllrbieh- of Verona.- Sone, � Eveii Us the Sna;" Venus and: Adonis.-Duello, " Urpbeus wilh bis Lule;" King Henry VIII. ' Act 11.-^3lee, � Come o'er the Brook;" King Lear and Focnui.-^GIce, ^^Qn a day;".Love's Labour/Lost__Gle� �ncl Ca.oruB,�AGup of Wine;!' Henry IV. Pari U. Act III.-Song, " Crabbed age;" Sonoels.-Duetto, " Ceaario, by the Roses o^lbe Spring;'! Twelfth Night___ Glee:^" O,by rivers;" Poems. ActlV.-Sont;,-" O bow bucb initre dolb B^uty;" Suo-fet�.--Song,�� Take all my loves;" Soohelt.-Masqiie Glee, ^VWhau i thai I was Twelfth Night. la Act IV. will be introduced iShafcsprare's Grand Masque of-JONO AT7|s.pii^is'bed, iprice 18i. iwfolio.'jroiai' off ? OBT tJ M � O KSI ft J drawflifrom -^^^f'!^BrM^W8K.......� feniaiiflng'six'Tlfttes,'beabllfnlly'cbiourSI aiid en^ra�cd --.I. v.^ ;!)-�jhiSibnft"-;'' ;- ;r'.^' i I^ndoD .�iPrintediforRiodwell:and Martin, N^W Bond' Oir wh.0^ may bebad, gralis.a, GATALOGOE of various Ulhograii^ic iVorfcs;  � ^ ' ' " PROVlffENT'LlFE-OpFICE; REGENT;StREE*. rb^iRjgbl,Hoh9,orable,jEarl GREY. , .yicG-^RBStDEtCra, Mai-qtiis of Sltisbury, Eirl if HaraWftke.^^ TisMuut Butfefdey^ Miaagtiii lamvbn'A.aa'' yfscoiitli ChV�wyn F.A.S, llEKI^.T^ .inured, ^pr JLifp in llris pBfe share .jJi^^ii^ ;^rtl6tls Se^lUohiiiliy' wiiji'the Q'iriginaI^,Member8t ,�ec6Vdtng'?totib'eit-rwbeciiTO ipe^ffieSn^triBidKd, and conilii^tCPro�Ur'^lbH�Si;a##iB^MaKitBfM^#iR*f!f^ ^t^^ha^tft 1^letyv4ddpparticipation in Ibe^ Prnfils, as in a Union Society.' Bbnuseii of 'I3{.'S8. and 362. I2s. per cent. ba.Te been divided diir'ibe the last fourteen years: ' - unitary Men insured at this Office are not rhareed with any additional.Premi.uro, unless called into actual service. No Aimii'tioieiPea are rrqu'tred, nor is any Charge made for Pbh'cifer, except I he Stamp Duly. This day is piibliibed, in one.vnI.Svo. price 158. boards, the i^ifib'Edilibtt,'ca'irefully'revised; of nriHE PRINCIP,LE.S of MIDWIFEHY.- 1 , , By JOHN BURNS, C.M. Regius Professoruf Surgery in the Dniversity ofGlasgow, &c. Printed for Longinan, Hurst, Re^s, Ornie, aud Brown, London. - - . " ' Of whom may be had, by the same^nlhnr, PpPULAR DIRECTIONS for the TREATMENT of the (DISEASES Of WOMEN and CHILDREN, in 8vo pricieOr. boards. . �i Tbia dayTs pulilfsbed, in Svo. price 2s. 6d.' THE TRIUMPH of PUBLIC OPINION JKiDg a*)anding;Leisoii t^: the; Throne, the Parlisr neni, andthe People; wilh proposed, Articles of It^peach: meut against the Mintsters'bf (he Croirh in.tbecaseof her Majesiy, iCar6line:s�, Shafd and .Sold in the last Lottery, No. birq. , ' i Cambridgethire and Huniingdonthire.-John Paiheller, of Godmauchester, Esq.;John Lioloo,uf Slirtloe,.Esq.; and William Lee, of Toseland, Esq. CAerAire-Thomiia Wilson, of Llandican, Esq. ; William Lawton; of LawtOQi Esq.; and Domville Halsted Cud-worth Poole, of Marbnry,-Esq. Cmmtoaffc^Sir Joseph Ckipley, of Bake, Bart-.; Richard Vyvyaii, bf Trewan; Esq.'; and Charles Rastleigb, of St. Aas(le, Esq. Cuin^Mo^-Jotiii Marshall, of Haltstead, Evq.; William Crackenthorpejof Bank Hall, Esq.; and EdwardiStanley,. of PooBonbyiHall, Esq. 7)er*y**ire-Philip Gell, of Hopton, Esq.; Sir Matthew Blakeston, of Sandybrook, Bart.; and Sir George Crewe,. ofCaulke Abbey, Bart. XlinwnfAire-Robert Newton Indedon, of YeoTown, Esq.; Sir John Davie,ofCreedy, Bart.; and'Sir John Kenna- way, of EscotI, Bart. iJortetthire-John White, of Vpcerne, Esq.; Sir Edward Baker Baker,' of Itansteo, Kut.; and Andrew Bain, of- Heffellon, Esq. fnex^Robert Westley Hall, the yonnger, of Great llford, Esq.; Sii Grorge Henry Smyth, of Berechurch Hall,3arl.; and Henry John Conyeis, of Copped Hall, Esq. rpi/�Air�-Charle!i Peers, of Chisl'.liampton, Esq.; Da-nielSlrwsrt, of W>kham Park, Esq.; and John Blockball, of iS.reat Hoseley, Esq. Bi(/ran*^Ve..^Willinni Lawrence, of Preston, Esq;; Thomas Flour,', oirWhissendine, Esq.; aud 1'bOmas Tbomp- " �>u, of KelUinv-Esq. SAropiAfre-Richard Hfber, of ttodwotl, Esq.; Thomas Borough, iif Ghelwyjid End, Esq.; and Benjamin Flounders, of Culmington, Esq. Sonierie/iAfre-^VVillia'ro Hoiining, ofOillington, Esq.; Ger-rard Mariin Berkeley Napier, of East Pcnuard, Esq. and Thomas Kingston, of Fayload, Esq. SfajJorBfAfr*-Thomas LisU'er, of Armilage Pjrk, Esq.;. Francis Eld, of Seighford, Esq. ; and Phiiieas 'Hus!>ey, of Wyrley Grdve^q. CoutiVy q^'VoufAamptoh-Thomas Dean Scliule, of Burton House, Esq.; George Purvis,uf Blackbrook House, Esq.; . aiid^Sir Juliii Cope,:drk, Esq. ; ^-i: $tii;r; "f �ugnur,Eiq,;. Richard. Mer-' rick4-uf Nuttiiiiia'nin.iam,. Esq. sud William Ciiurthorpe Ingilby, uf Ripley,-B�rt;  :'aM^'ichard Belbell,-�f Rise, � Esq. �S.-TA'V./irt;?? ,j .f' The names of liiejieyei^ileemniioitiinaieit.byTthe Chief Justices ofithVWppclivo �tri(^'iifiWaiet,.:as.fproper per-suns to servenifae�fficeiof.�bmC�ii^:=!> J , -> r : �' ..m. o'-,;=SOUT�-'^tBS.;;:^ - . Cflrmartten-rW�Hei1 Rite; ft�*�||>*awell, of Maesgyn, Esq.; Geurga-lttorgfini;iif;4jl9i^h7,, Esq. i -und WiJIiain deBuissen, ofGlyuiiir, E*A:ni-Cayrf/i5ran- o -a s CO" � 55" ii In pursuance, therefuVe, of an Act of the56ib Geo. 3, cai*. 70, intituled "Ah Act to-aller and amend several Acts relating tu the iredemplio'itbnhe National Debt of D-e-laod, and to niak'e further protHsibiis in .respect thereof;" and also of ^ndlher Act of the^ 56th"Geo. 3, cap. 98; inti-t'iifed " An Alace, Sirand; Mtddli'sex, nler-chanlsv to''8nrrri|der,;:Naveniber 18, ^Ajiand Deceni6er26, at twejvf^ at Guildhall. Altpniey, Mr. While, .Tlirogmor-tpp.-streel.. . John Sprierus, of Chesli'ani, Burks,, draper, lb snrrertrlgr, NoVfthberitl, 25, and December 96, at tiselve, at Giiildhall, London. At'l/irney, .Mr.SleTeiis, Sion College-gardens, Al-dermanbury, London.' ,.' William Juhnsonv.of Heybfiilge, EsSEX,-,splt.'mannrnr. -tnrer, lo sywrender, Noye.inber..a4, Dpcettiber'S; and 26, at one, at Guildfaall, London. Atturiieys,:Messr9: Bridges and Quiller, Resqu�re, Lbnduii, > ^ . ' Jamrs ''Knowleii, :;0f Liverppol;; Umfceeper,. 10 snrrenJer, December ;:6yand,26�at one,. at ihu. George Jmi, Liver-pool. ^ Attorneys, Messrs. O/red and l. at-iteven, .�( the .King^s Arm* liuij. Kendal.. Allurneys, ,-AIr, (leelis, Staple-Inn, Lqndon; and Mr. Herlis, Kendal... Arthur Parker, of Chellcnham, Gfonfesler, builder, to sorrender, December 1, at seven, 2, and 26; al ten, al the Plougb Hotel, Cheltenham. Allomrys, Messrs. Yizard and Blower, Liiicoln'Kluo-fields, J.ondon; and Messrs, Prneu and Griffiths, Cheltenham. Tbomasl(Vopd, of Trowbridge, Wills, ciolliier, to aurren-,der, November, 17, December 0, and 26, �l one, at llie Rummer Tavern, Bristol.. Allorneya, Messrs. Hurd atidJoliiison, King's Beneh-walk, Temple; London; -and Mr. Wigan, Bristol. Thomas Little, of Newcaslle-upun-Tyne, linen-draper, to surrender, December 6, 8, and 26, nl eleven, at the George liin, Neweaslle-upqn-Tyne. Atlorncys, Mrasrs. Bell and Brodrick, Bow Church-yard, Cheapside, London; and Mr. SeynioUr, Newcastle-upou-Tyne. Eli2abi-th Smith and John Sanderson, of Howden, York, tailors,. to surrender, November 24, at seven, 25, al eleven, at the George Inn, Selby, York, and December 26, at eleven, at the Half-Moon Inn, Howden. Allorneya, Mr. Parker, Selby ; and Mr. Wi^lesworth, Gray*s Inn-lane, London. Robert Ralph and William King, of Ipswich, SuiTolk, mallsteis, lo surrender, November 23, at seven, 24, and Dec. 26, al eleven, a( the Seahorse Inn, Ipswich. Atiornrys, Messrs. Pearson and Lawrence, Ipswich; and Mr. Taylor, Jolm-ttreel, Bedfurd-row, London. Robert Mossenlon, ;of .Great Marlow, Buckingham, horsp-dealrr, to surrender, November 18, 25, and December 26, at ten, at Guildhall, London. AUorneys, Mr., Harrison, Bucklersbury, Loudon'; and Mr. Goldstnilh, Great Marlow. DIVIDENDS December ft. W. BiggAr, late of Manchester, brazier, at nine, at the Star Ion, Manchester. Decembrr5. G. Render and S. Render, of Leeds, York, liurn- drapers, at eleven, at the Court-hnuBP, Leeds. November 21. C. Carr, of Bridge-slreet, Westminster, jew. eller, alien, atX^uildhall, London. December 2. N. M'Neal, late bf Charleston, America, but now of London; merchant, at ten, at Guildhall. November 25. R. Randall, of 0>leman-.streel, London, blackwell-balt-faclor, at eleven, at Guildhall. Decembers. J. Read and J. Hellyer,.bf Saint Mary-hill, Eastcheap, London, mercbaiils, at ten, at Guildhall. Noviniber 2I. J.'Ramsay, of Old Brbad;atreetf London, merchant, at ten, al Guildhall. December b. J. t. Oxenbam, of Oxford-street, Middlesex, mangle-makpr, at (en, at Guildhall, Liindun. Decembers. J. Martin, of St. Philip and Jacob, Gloucester, druggist, at twelve, al the'Rnmmer Tavern, Bristol. Deceriiber 5. R. Merry, of Birmingham, grocer, at eleven, M the Royal Hotel, Birmingham. November 25. J. Prebble, of Si. Mary, Bow, Middlesex, miller,at-twelve, al Guildhall, London. December 23. V. Cooper, of New Bond-slreet, Si. Georgv, Hanover-sqaar�, Middlesex, milliner, at twelve, al Guildhall, London. Deremher '7. E. Dnckworlh, of Manfhesler; liquor-mer-chant, at ten, at the Star Inn^ Manclirsler. December T. R. Leigh, of Liverpool, soap-maker, al eleven, at the Golden Lion, Liveipool. Decembers. W. Davies, late of Tredegar Iron-works, Bed-welly, Monmouth; innlwlder, at twelve, at the Kummer Tavern, Bristol. December 6. J. Cooke, late of Coxhoe, Durham, banker, at eleven, at the Com mission-room, Sunderland. CERTIFICATES.-DecEMBEB 5. Wlllam Richard Ravensrrofi,, late of New London-slreet, London, corn-faclof.-T. Muore, of Lullinglon, Derby, dealer anil chapman.-J. Drakeley, of .Market Boswurlh, Leicester, hosier.-G. Mawson,uf Bradford, York, grocer.-S. Cave, of Chelteuham,jeweller.-J. Lee, of Hors-ledown-lane, Southwark, lighterman.-B. Dryden, of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, grocer.-S. Woods; of HavanI, Sonlhamp-ton, grocer-J. Hassell, of Richard-slrert, Lslington, Mid-diesex, printseller.-E. Chambers, of Collumpton, Devon, banker. PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. R. Hase and G. Ogle, of Billiler-lane, Loiiilon, wine.mer-ehants, April 5, 1S20.-G. Gee and R. Fuiilge, of Bristol, halliers, September 30, 1820.-T. Kirkby, T. Iiichliuld, and Win. GawlresB, of Leeds, York, printers, as far as relates Iq the said T. Inchbold, July 16, 1820.-P. Balaam and J. Williams, of Soolhamptoii-row, Russell-square, Middlesex, haberdashers, November 10,1820.-Wm.Wbitlell, H. Whit-tell, J. VVhittell, aad Wm. Shepherd, uf Uisliworlh, Halifax, Yurk, papei-.makers, Novemher 14,1820.-R. Winch, J. H. Dixon, and J. Greenwood, of Mill-slreet, St- Mary, Lambeth, Surrey, press-mafcers, OdbberSO, 1820.-S. Grocott and 4. Pearson, of Penkholl Flash, near the. Black Lioii, Stuke-upon-l'ren(, Slatford, b/ick-manufaclnrers, :Lady-pay last. --J. Ryan and C. S. Fowler, of London, insurance-brokers, November 13, 1820. ' Petitions of insolvent DEBtORS, to be heard at Justice Hall, in the Old Bailey, London, on Tues. day the Otb of December, 1820; at nine o'clock in the . torenooD '.- Wihon, Matthew, late of No. 71, Newgale-s(ree(, London, woollen.draper. -, Busliellj'Thoma's (sued with John Scott), late of Temple-row, BirminghsmVWarwicksbJrei coal-merchaiit; wife carrying ' on the. business of a cbild-bed-lineu warehouse and haber .! dasher- i. . Wopdinan, Jame�, formerly of Oxford,,of Marchmnnl-street, Bron8wick-8qna're,>M|ddles'ex, of Birmiugliani, and late ot' White' Hart-rbW, Kfnuioglun, Surrey, piano-furle tunei-.' � Langsinn, Jamea, lale of ;R�w'(ua-s(reer, St; John-street- road, t'lerkeowell,.watch ^escapement-maker. B�;(all,,Tbomas, late of .Mayford, in the parish of Woking, "'��SurVey, shojiktejier. ' � Htp|iiet,'Thomavlaie of Ndrrbllc-ptace, Salisbary.8tree(, '-B*rtondsey;Suirrey;wa(crmah. Bittleslun,. Gebrge,a'foraierly iuf Lomond's Pond, .in the ,.'|wrish: u.f St. Saviqv.r,. ^^nlbsrark; -nud of Kenningtou-' ' ,|an�bithiK�y, Middl�**Jciirp�bter.; jS�aidM,;iioKni rrairmerly.wfeBiUDi^ of Stroud, i 1; b.!9��;��lewWife j(tiMi��^ of AlBiaib, in;: the C^l�t1iii�!' �Ftn(llay$[j:bbii|>l rvti^i(' ^all, jiewlf Batb,^ and of No. rt, Uiiiun ctrr, t, Bath, .Soinerselshire, pfnpri.-i'.r , 159. Tuitenhnm Conrt-roa/I,'.and laie .�r Nil. (1, Tuvintock-row, Coveiit garden, all in Midiilti'i'x, ;;em-eollr( tur. ..... Sriill, James, l:itpor ihe parish of St. Giles-iu-llie-Field-, Midil> ex. geDllertlao. Holland, Briijiniin, lale of Middlesex-ptacp, Hacknry-niad, Middlesex, iExcise-officer Hod stay-roaker. Collins, Charles, formerly of Mour-streel, .S�ho, aflcaieriy�f-^iM"Londan-road, Sunibwark, flsb aud pntalo-dealrr, of Comwall.strept, .sbii>�-!'i|uart-, Middlesex, and lale of No. 23, Old Oily Clminburs, Bifhop--gule.nlreel, Loudon, merrbaiil. Junes, Henry, formerly of Ni)> 21, St. .Swilhin'sl.ine, and lale of Vine-streel, Amrrtcasquare, bmh in the niy of Londun, llieu trading under llie ftrm uf '1�. C. Jones uml Co. dealer and chapman. Blunsum, David, of EUslon sireet, En'lon-sqnarc, Mldill". �ex,uil and culourmali. Wednesday the Bth December, 1820, at No. 1-2,of (he Hiui^e ufConiinons, in llie city of Weslraiiistir, -*� nine o'clock io the foreMvoii; - Russell, Geurg.-,,ilie younger^ late of Bankni'Ie, Soiilliwark, Snrrey, coal nierrhanl. Cookney, Ruben, lale of Leonaril.alreei, Shoredilch, Middlesex, bout and slioe-Riaker. Hoare, William, lale of No. 39, Brook-alreet, in Ihe iinri.di of Saini Aiidiew, Holborn, Middlesex, and .iflerward� of No. 1, Balhcuurl, Church-streel, Islington, Middlesex afui-esaid, painter and glaxirr. Baggs, Harriet, lale of Nu. 42, Soutlimollon-slreel, and B'ind-strcel, MiildlcMX, emhiuidrvis. Bfiiin, George, lale uf Juhn-slreet,'l'>enlonvillc, Middlesex, tnerchant. Wilson, Edward Webb, formerly of London-wall, and lat" of Threadiieedlc-slreel, Londun, nolaiy. Mayor, Charles, herelufure of Weyniiiiitli-stieel, aince i>f .sloaue-slreel, Chelsea, since nf l'(i'rtmiiii.|>lnre, Ediiwiir.--road, since of Flask-wnik, Hampslrad, and Insily of Wiii-chesler-row, Mary.le-Boce, surveyor and ajciit. Ruugsley, Thomas (sued as Thomas Kawnitley), late � t Ovenden, Halifax, Yorkshire, fnimei, in parlnersliip an.l carrying on- busjuess wilh Juueph Kfiugiley and Job.i Schulfield, as quarrymen. Rougsley, Joseph (sued as Joseph Rawusley), late of Ovenden, Halifax, Vorksbire, in partiierslilp and ranyins; on husiuess with Thomas Ruugsley and John Scliolfield, quarrymen. Smith, Thomas (sued wilh Joseph Allen), lale of I.eecl=, Yurksliiie, broker. Wilny, Isaar, lale of Osset, Dewsbnry, Yorkshire, rlotliirr. Bautuck, William Judson, lale of Spabelds, Middlesex, an.I of Lundun-wall, London, surveyor. Kurtright, Nirholas, formerly of. Limehouse, Miildlesex, afterwards of Stepney, Middlesex iiloi-esai.-', on bo.iril Ho--Conquestadure, lying al Sbeeriu-ss, Kent, afterwsrds oi" King-street, Si. George'ii in ibe liioti, Middlesex ut'tir*--said, and lale of No. 10, Lime street, London,' Lini lenaut in Ihe Royal Navy. Okes, Charles Lewjs, formerly of New Kent-road, Surrey, afterwards of Edinund-slrcet, Saint Hiiiifias, and late of Koniney-lerrace, Hurseferry-toad, Middlesex, Siiper-an-noated ricrk. Wheeler, Edward John (sued tiy the name of Kdw.ird ^Theeler3, fate of the Crown and Ttiistle, \Vapping,'.>li'i-dlesex, victualler, aud uf No. 146, Wupping, .Miililltsvx, cyrk-eulter, but formerly of llie Ship, Stioreditcb, Midilie-tex, victualler. ^ Mathews,- Thomas, hrrelofore �f No. 36, Cbarleg-street, Westminster, since of Nu. 15, Caaile-street, Leicester-square, since of Killaniey, county of Kerry, Ireland, and, lastly, of No. 15, Caatle-slreet aforesaid, Middlesex^ Captain in his Majesty's Notliugliamshire Keginieiil uf Militia. Moore, John, lale of Angel.conrl, St. Marliii's-le-Giand, Londun, commercisi age

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