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   British Press (Newspaper) - November 17, 1820, London, Middlesex                                � Nu,?vrri5:ii 5601. London; Fki6^f;JN'^]iiifi^R it; THBATREROTAL, DRURY-LAHB. THIS EVENING, JFRIDA'Y. November 17, his Mc'jeaty's Sermats will perrurni Sbakspeare't Tra> KING LEAR. Kins tear, Mr. Booth ; Duke ofBar^untljr, Mr. Vi.nin�; F.orl of Kent, Mr. Pope; 'BdRBf, Mr. Cooper;' EilmoDd, Mr. Barnard: Osward, Mr. Russfll. GonrtllVMri. Glover; Kfgau, Mrs. Egfnun ; Cordelia, Mrs.-WiJtVesl. . . After which,^ llie Burletla qf . MIDAS. . - Trnmortals-.Tupiler, Mr. Uobtigj Mercitry, Mr. Viqine; Pan, Mr. Harlfy; 'Apollo, Mr.TiCuok'ei 'Jiitio, MiM Cii-bilt; Vemin, MisnSmitheaii. Mmtals-Miilns, Mf.Mupdpii; Danisetns, Mr. B�rn8rd ; Sileiio, Mr.I!NT, The Right Honourable Earl GREY; VICE JPnESIDEdTS, Marquis of Salisbury, Earl of Hardwieke, Viscount Bnlkeley, Visconnt Chetwynd, Viscouot Duncaonon^ Lord Braybruoke; FidteiBB Directors. Manaeing Director, J. T, Barber Beaumont, Esq. F.A.S. PERSONS insured for Life in ihi.s'Office share the Profits Seplenniafjy with the Orijjinal Members, : accordioi; to theii; respective ConirjbulioBs.  Thus, by the ; Specific Sums insured, and cuntiii{reQtPr A'!'4 "'^y        ''"^ 'i fullest valu> fur their payments, in a manner nearly similar , lo that nntil lately iidopted in the Equiiahle Office, but ; with this prfiimiit'lmprtivemeiit, viz. Ilial' as the oriuioni Members have raised s permanent Fond, deemed amply sufficient for the pur|iose of indemnity, it is provided, that no personal rrtipunsibUity shall attach to the Policy holders ; hence those who seek protection are secured from iinrtr-lainly and risk of loss as in a Proprietary Office, biivuig a iBi-se-inberilabte Cspital, and ai-e eiilitled to a parlici|^tion in the Profits, as in a Union Society. . '. , Bounses itt,>l3l. 8�. and 56/; l&l'pjr cenL>ba�e bpfen di�iih*doriiJetbe-WiJlir� ecd; with atgradditioii'al Premium, uolrss called into acfuril servirc. yio-Admittiou Feet are required,- iior is aiiy't'Aar.^e made, fo'r Poltcia, fJtcept the Stamp Duly. STATIONERS,; -SchiMJTOBsterii, ,. Sureeo- lnstrument-makervShopkeepers,.#nd a.ther.s who, sell the articleof INDIA RUBBER,areinforinvd that GEORGE ROBERTSON land;Co , in'lhWGiin�y!of theSaloon f.�r the Sale of Mrrchaadise nod manuf�t�u^ed Guod�,_J!,2-2, Picra-. dilly, liexi door to the White Bear, liaveFIFTV THOU-SAND DOZEN of INOIA Rl|B$BR8, of all Sizes, coth-meifcing at 6d. per Doieni .Alio .il.O.Oid; Pair of eleeant Plated Candleslicks, Branches, Tea-pots, and various Shef. � field Plated- Gm>as,'i:onJmenciu|i at SSl'fld.' Also n variety of Japan Waiters, Paper Trays, &c.;S^.^ummenciiie at 3i). each, wiih various other articles, at abunt balf lite price they ate generally sold for. . TO THE PROPRIETORS OF EA.ST INDIA STOCK. IaVIU and GeNTLCMRV, "R. N. B. Ediuonstung liavinar been placefl' in the dislineuished situation of a Diieclor of.your' AfTairs since I bad the honour of addressing you on ihe 33d' September last,. I now again take the liberty of apprising; you that it is nty int*'ntion-of proceedinjj to the Ballot at llie ' ensuing Annual Election in April next, on Ihe Vacancy occasioned by Ihe Death of Colonel J. B. Taylor, or on any casual vacancy which may oCrnr. From the flattering support I have received on my canvass, I have reason to hope that ray pretensions have been considered favourable by yon, fi>r which mark of yonr kinilnrss I beg.-leave most respectfully to lender to yuu ray grateful thanks, .and, at the same time, to solicit your addilional fa. Vour and support. I shall take the earliest opportunity of renewing my per-sooai respects to each individual Proprietor. I have the honour lo be. Ladies and Genllemen, Your mast obedient Serrnot, 14lh November, 1820. JOHN I.OCH. N,6.-Communications relating lo Captain Loch's Election w.ill be thankfully received at the New Cily Cliambrrs, Bisbopsgaie-street. NEW LAW mK)K-Just published, price ��; ATREATISE on the LAW of COMMON RECOVERIES, wberefn t/�e whole modern Theory and Pfaftice of .Conveyancii;ig relalipg to that sprcies of Insuranre' is colleeted, elucidated, and systematically arranged. By A GENTLEMAN of Lincolo's-Imi. -  Pdblishrd by A. Maxwell,  Law Bookseller,  Bell-yard, iJocoln'Mun-; and to be had of all Booksellers. This day is piiUished, in 4 vols. 12ibo. pr4ce \l. 2s. rpHE FEUDS of LUNA and PERpLLO. JL .,oi;,:*be Fjirlooes of the House of Pandolfiua: .?n Biatoric X*'^"*f'^lfSth  it Army of Vene^nela, cummnnded b^^eoeral Bolivar, and his collcagne Par*, of the CaVi^lry .oflbe InYrriur of that Country.-By John Evans, laie of t(ie Kisiiig:Sun Rifle �paltalion, in the Patriot Ser*iM of :K?neziiela, and for-. inTly of bis Majesly?s fii\h-'Rf/fit{i^^^f'i�(hti^;  ^''fi may be recplhfcled that a nninherbT ahip�~i.it Britisb Irartoiarsliave raised English sahjecis tc> s^rVe ia'ttte ind^-pendpnt cause of Southern. Coluitibia;. of wbieb number must have drb-arkcd at the island of iMnrgarita ;, but 1 sliall confilie myself .10 the 560 men (Englis'limen) with whom I served,'niid as.being the only Enelisbroen who. have served oodei-the immediate command of the tyanls before men-ticmed, in  the  interior of that extensive and vneulti-� vaied country.    Of Ihe s&ii) 560 men, ibe folk>wiug ships  conveyed,  viz.-Tartar   and  Perseverance, 300; George Canning, 80 ; and the Hero, 16nd himself,, wilhhis Cavalry, In. (|;n over Ihe Savannas; makcariottsft upon San Cnit, on the other side 4,f the Apura,- niid-Ttlso tnctit out some new ii.echeras'building, and  soin� were  biiill in a bi-tncb of the river Apura to Nutrias; hut .on the En^lisb mustering to proceed, a serjeaiu Robinson, who ptmeout in the Hero, having asked fora'pair of sluieSj as he said he eoold not march wiihnut-them, �J'nez made'lio more lo do, and ivith),ut the i^aal hesilalinri dislitnu.iited;bis hutse, lor gelher with Gen. Torris, who commanded'the,iufanlry, and placing^ their.harids npnn.-his.collar,  |king oii, cried out-Cara.�.so hislitet.' Potria! in the iipace of five jninulcs he was l^en down and .lbraV4i..u)lo ,the river; he, not being a ChMstTan was^^t al, lowed to be bWied ill llieir churchyard.  ThtTCsljmiBThEiI -dowa^,t^^t visfios, where Janientes Juan Romero forwarded ns to''!he nearest Royalist forces, and at length reacheil Sin Carlos, and sAw bis Excellency General Morillo, who behaved in a f.ilherly manner to        and gave ns a couple of douhlo 'nt lo embark nithont th^ conGrm^ition of iheir proniis.es. Information was sent In Bolivar, at Ihe GovernnienI House, of the difleonteiit prevailing, when he shewed himself upon the halustradinft, and slionled, on oath-' They are mv slaves- 1 have paid fur tlipin in mules and callle-embark ! embark!* " Tothe truth of all 1 have written I can swear." |KKl hiH great^trot^i^^,,,;^^      .^..^^-^^^ J Zll-LTl !'rS^:.'^ ^ra"" boat we were in. which Co.,itan.!y j/��f,g ,i, ^heir bacics. jerked t"' the .horeagaiu.   At last we all gat ocros.. a,d .1     � Z .      """"e 01 ivir. anrt Mrs, ki'dlT andr"" M-.-sion,ries received me most knidly and c.njgra.ulated rite on my safe rein, 1 h3Vealrf�dy,m?i.tioned tioii.   The United Br'etbre ;:�i(i��l!enl Insiitn- _______'en of M.oraviai I ra re 1 liei r ^ngiri to thr WiNrftJeFSPS, a Society which existed goon after the tiine of the Apostles, and wliich .during the lon^''religious slin^gle on llie Conli-nciit, �o nobly supported ihe Protestant cno.se.- They first Sent iVlusiotiaries to the Cftpe of Gnod Hope, in thevear 1737, who esiablished them�eUv� at Baviaii's Kfoof, but no encooraseinent heing 'given to theiii by thr Govuriiment, and no hr^-lhreu roiniiig but, the establisliinen! in a few yrar-t ctnsed lo exist; 'However, in the year 17<}2. several  hre- nalicisni,   but  too o-eneril ri'Th'" M-iooHries. is ever to ll "ee � r^N^'th^'^' '^�"""J"f"�'y-"ch more successful in their vineyard. Their congregatinn at |.re.ent_  lo viait hub, fortune would donbtleSs smile upon liivii. We tnnted buck,' and jiassing the houses of the brethreti,"*ent noith towards itie inonnlains, A smalt patH leadsyon through u ravine, the village \^ �ooxi lost sight 
                            

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