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   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< .M -.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 AT 7 |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^letyv4ddp participation 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:<2ucen of Bugland;i By CHARLES MACLEAN, M.D;   , Priam for T. aii'd J." A timan, Boukaeltrn to' her Majesty, Prinres^'lrerlj'Haiiorier-sqAare;        r   ' , : i     i i   . , Of .whom may be bad. BROWN'S ANEi[^tiOT�S of the HllUSE of BRUNS WICKj 8vo.9s.bctahls. ! T HIS  DAY. at One {Novemh" J5) .LOT.; -fEBY BJEGINS DKAWING four .;^.;..'..".of:..^..V;wS�o,ooo! &C,&c. Consols pud Moneys V, ; TWO......fit ...     eVifiWi! .   in the first Ten Minnies. �40,000 may*egaiiieij by buying One Tj?ket, Tirkrls, and Shares ,are Selling. byT s�, Shafd and .Sold in the last Lottery, No. birkham 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     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-<-EliiJip JohTi Aiileii.^t'�PW<�ry�       iTb^RH , i -. Hijgh iai!eB,6f:ybf^f^4,,]^^^& .Wpjf'f i_oC.Bri�iiig,'''E8q..i-,-,^'. .'    .' G/anbr/;(in-Willialia Form^!^^ay^rran� Siq;; Wlli'm Wriliamsi of A\iirpiae'iitdijm^ of ---B^dj^Bart. -i;^ y-jjr.'f'Ut^ju-^/;^!! -r^-t.-.'.J . ..^ .9reC0ttJ^Edward ^ .   ' Jamrs ''Knowleii, :;0f Liverppol;; Umfceeper,. 10 snrrenJer, December ;:6yand,26�at one,. at ihu. George Jmi, Liver-pool. ^ Attorneys, Messrs. O/red and l.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-' ' ,|anl rvti^i(' ^all, jiewlf Batb,^ and of No. rt, Uiiiun ctrr, t, Bath, .Soinerselshire, pfnpri.-i'.r  ex. geDllertlao. Holland, Briijiniin, lale of Middlesex-ptacp, Hacknry-niad, Middlesex, iExcise-officer Hod stay-roaker. Collins, Charles, formerly of Mour-streel, .S�ho, afl�-!'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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