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   British Press (Newspaper) - November 21, 1820, London, Middlesex                                "-1V Pkicb "Tdl THHArH.eRttTAL,'DKURY4LANB; - , THIS   EVENING,  TUESDAY. hia Mnjfstv's ServantB will'iierforoi'lhe COnied; of '    TfiE"Road toiimN. , Old Dornr^n, ,Mr. iVf iiiidenYiiiiii.g Uurnlpn', Mr. Ellio-ton; GolrtRiich. Mr. Harley; 'Sjlky, Mr. Knigbt.   Widow Warren,:lVIr.i.j Harlowe; Sopiiia, Miss KHIy.   , After which will be produced, a new Comic Farce, in two        ; - 'acl�,i called . I A "'1LI> GOOSE CHASE. The priiiripal Characlera hy.Messrs. Mundeu, Russell, Gattie, Kiiiglil, Viuin*;'Raytiii>iid, Harley, Mrs. Harluwe, �Miss Smithsoii, Miss Tidswell, and Mri.O'ger. The interioi; of the Theatre has been completely rmbel-�Jislied !�nd newly decorated. The chief part of the Scenery has been repainted, and a nev Architeclural Drop Scene, designed and Fxei:uted by Marinari. Placesifor the Boxes to be faken.of-Mr. Rodwell, at the Private Box Entrance, tittle Russtil-street, untirtbe com. .pletiou.of the Horlico. .       ^ TIre'DoorB ivil(-')�e'op'"ned flf'Half-paiit'SixVGiacl,' and ttie Performances oit'eaclisEveuinp commence-at Seven. ; .  e!o*i88,;7*.J Se*c�odj.J?ri '?e'" Gallery, 8�.;,Set�nd Pfice, Is.-tipper Gad|er^,-K.( * To^roorrow/tbe Tra^eS^ "of 'Mamret. THBATnfi.ROYAL, ClTVENT.GAltOliS. rFIHIS EVENING-, TUESDAY. No". 21, M.'     w'lH be performed Shaksjieare's Comedy of TU'ELPTiH NIGHT, In the course of Ihe Comedy will be introduced Sones, Duets, Glees, and Chornses, the JPoetry selected entirely from the- Plays, Poems, and SouAels of Shakspeare. Duke Orsinu, Mr.- Ahbolt; Valentine, Mr. Taylor; Curio, Mr. Pyne ; SirToby Belch, Mr. Emery ; Sir Andrew Asntvcheek, .Mr. Lislon ; Sebastian, Mr. Parsloe ; Antonio, Mr. Cbapniao:; Roberto, Mr.Jefferies; Friar, Mr. Alkins; Alalvolio, Mr. W...Farren ; Clown, Mr. Fnwcell ; Fabian. Mr. Doroaet; Solanio, Mr. Comer ; Benvolio, Mr. Tinney, 'Olivia, Miss Greene; Viola, Miss M. Tree; Maria, Airs, Cibbs. The fbllowioK are the Selections from Shak'speare:- Act f.-^" Full many a ((lorions Morning;" Sonnets.- Glee, "Who is Sylvia r" Two-Gentlemen  of Verona__ Sonc, " Even as the*SaBVenu� and Adouis.-Duetto, " l>rj.lieu� with bis Lnle;" King Henry 7111. Aci 11.-Glee, " Come o'er the Brook;" King Lear and Poems.-Glee, " Oil a dayl^ove's Labonr Lost.-Glee and Chorus, " A Cup of Wine;" Henry IV. Part II. "Act'IM.-Song,  "  Crabbed age;" Sonnets-Duello, " Cesario, by the Roses of the Spring;" Twelfth Night__ Glee, " p, by rivers;" Poems. Act IV.-Sone.',' O how much mnreJoth Beauly;" Son-nets.-Song," Take all my loves;" Sonnets.-.Masque Glee, " Come unto these yellow sands;" Tempest.-Chorus, " Daily joys be^still upon yo� ;" Tempest. , ATt v.-Song, " lu bowers of laurel;" Poems.-Song, " Bid Bje diBConi-se;" VenuS/and Adonis.-Finale, " When that I was ;" TAvelfth Night. Is Act IV. willibe introduced Sbakspeare's Grand Masque of JUNO AND CERES. After which (2d time), a'new Musical Indian Tale, in two acts, called THE IROQUOIS; Or, THE CANADIAN BASKET-MAKER. - .Europeans-G-istdD Eranfois-Uiuis Cbarlempnt de Count Pi-piHilRiivJoiies; Afarquis Champlaio, Mr. Chapman;; ,Chi-c4iikou (ttti Indian),,, JWr.Blan.chard5 Heary (the-Basket-B>�iier), Mr. Dntiiaiaij Ko�Wraf Misrt lilt*; laH^^ Hill. , Irpquois Indians^^t. Semieon (the ChieO, Mr. Connor ; Ochrigroo, Mr. Taylor; Sokski, Mr^ Pyu?j^.at�wa,''Mr. J. Isaacs.   Youraaie, Miss E.Green. A Private Box mayrbehad for the Sessoi^ or nightly, of Sir. Brandon^ at the Box-Otficv. Places for the Butxes to be taken of Mr. Brandon,at the I5ox-0 /. per Pipe of 140 Gall. m. per � i Pipe, ibt. ON 'COMMlSBittJN: per J Pipe, 23i. per :Duzen, '35s. BUCELLAS.  Ail. .Sherry of Fine Quality..., Cape Madeira West India Madeira......... East India Madeira ......... Usbou, ExceHenl.;......... Carcavella...........i..... Red Cape;Pontac........... OH .BIB OVfti ACCOUN*: 383. 20s. 643. 84s. 42s. 469. 26s. 23s. 2i)s. llB. 33s. 43s. 233. 24s. 14s. ^ IN A L  Conolusioa of   BJSH'S Contract, NEXT TUESDAY, 28lh NOVEMBER, when-every Capital, every Priie, and every Ticket, must be Drawn. � The .Wheel contains TWO ...... of ...... �20,000! Beaideg Prizes of .i,050/.,,200Z. itc. &c. Consols and Money. ALL IN ONE DAY, NEXT'TUESDAY, 28th NOVEMBER. Warranted Ondrawii TICKETS artil SHAKES ire selling by T. BISH,'Stock Briiker,'sole Contractor, 4, Coinhill, and 9, Cbaring-croHB, London, who shared and sold, drawn un the First Day of the present Lottery, 1,483 .......a Prize of ...... 20,000?. CoiiBois aiid.Money; and'in the last Lottery, '3,645..----a Prize of ..... 10,000/. Benidei! various other Capitals. Anil by his Agents in the Coiiiitry. UNDRAWN TICKETS AND SHARES ARE SELLING ' BY . and J. SIVEWRIGHT. at their very"for- tunaic Offices, No. 37, Cornhili    � No. II, Holborn; 38, Haymcrket; 141, Oxford-street; '  'Who Shared and Sold TWO Prizes of �20,000 in the present Contract, viz.    No. 135.................�20,000 3,636...........   20,000 TWO,Prize* of, �20,000 Consols, And nil the other Capitals,!.must beidranrn NEXlIuTUESDAY, 28lh,!Noveinl)er.i ' PROVIDENT LlFfeOFFICEv REAEWT-STREET. 1 FR^SipENt,;     1   ! The Right H(>npurable Earl ((3REY. . VICB''pRE8IliEnTii,' Marquis of Salisbary, 1 Earl of Hardwieke; Viscbuiit Bulkeleyi Viscount ,Chetwyad, Viscount Dnocannon, Ijord BraybiroDke'. " Fifteen Birecters; Manaeiog Director; J.T* Barber Beaumont, E�q. F.A.S. '^EliSOlVS insur^.l Tor Life iii this Offii-e sfiare P the Proiils Seplenninliy with l^e Original Members, according to their respective ConlributioMs. Thus, by. the specific Sums iusured, and contingent Profits, they have the fullest valiie fur their pavments. in a manner nearly sinillar tu that until lately adopted, in the,- liquUablo O/fice, but with this presumed Improvement, viz. that as the original 'Members have raised'a permanent Fund, itemed amply sufficient for the. purpose of'tndemnily, it is provided, thai no peri^nnBl respousibililyshall ^tlach 10 the Policy hulder.<:j hence those who seek' protectit�u"ar'e sectired fruiii uncertainty and risk of loss as in � Proprietary Office, �shaving a large inheritable Capltjil, .and are entitled to a pa.rl^cipatiuii In the Profits, as iii'aUoioii SucietyJ - Bonuses of 134'ffO'^o^ 36/. I2s. per cent. Iiave been .diyided j^iHingiliB^jla�jJpurteea years. ^^i/t'fart^Jtfen'insured, at this Office are not charged with Ay-^ditiuiral Premium, unless called into adval service. , Ni) AdmistionPiex are required, nor is any Charge made for PoUcict, except the Stamp Duly. QjTATIONERS, .Schoolmasters, Surseons' k9 Instrument-makers, Shopkeepers, and others who sell the article of INDIA RUBBER, are informed that GEORGE ROBERTSON and Co , in the Gallery of the Saloon fur the Sale of Merchandise and niannf^ictured Goods, 222, Picra-dilly, next  areucy, in ilje foreground of which was a whole-length figure of Justice, trampling under lier feet the iiilse wilnei-ses, .Majocchi, Dement, and Sacchi, the former of whom had his hand upon 8 scroll, inscribed, '� Non mi Ricordo."-In the back, -ground, rose a lofty pyramid, on which ^pyeat^ - -the iHu�tr4ou8 names of *' Eitiml^ iiam, Hamilton, Holland, Milton, Erskine, Grey, Brettgliam, Denman, Lushington, and Alderman Wo'od." On a rock which obscured the basement of tile pyramid, waswriten, " Long live Queen Caroline," and May false evidence and oppression meet their desert;" at a distance appeared ihe ocean, and ships at sea. In the same street, at Mr. Burrell's was a smaller transparency, nearly lo the same pur. port. At Mr. Hargrove's in Coney-street, were two transparencies, iu one of which wa." represeiitfd a large green hug on fire, a torn scroll, insciibed "Bill of Pains and I'rinlties"-a dove escaping from the wreck of both, and soaring far above theiu ; whilst the Briti'l) fl;ig, inscribed " Fox Fopiili,",was seen waving triujophaiitly-over the whole was the following appropriate quotation, " The wicked have �forgetl a lie against me-The snare is broken, and I have escaped." Oil the other was repre>eiiteil the Crown of England, wiih the word " Caroline," in large Utters above, and two united branches of laurel below, enclosing the words " liegina yet, in spite of ihein"-beneath was inscribed, " A generous Nulion will protect the Innocent, and punish the Oppressor." In Thursday Market, Mr. John Bleck-li-y exhibited a plain transparent tablet, inscribed " A Quaker much rejoiced." In \Valiugate,at Mr. Wilherforce's, was a triura|)hal arch, of about 14 or 15 feet spun, across a gateway-the supporters from which the arch sprang, were white, the letters red -oi> one was inscribed, "The Unity of the People," b>-low, a serpent (with the inscription, " Aon mi /iicordij"), liasteniiig from Cotton-garden towards Milan afier Rastelli, as described by a guide-post- on thenthersnppnrtersweretliewords, "TheJustice of her Cause"--lielow, a ser[ienl, inscribett " Je ne me rappelie pas," and � Un dotthle entendre" on its sting, or tongne. The colour of the arch, blue, and letters, white ; the inscription, " Innocence Tri-itmphiini." The colour of the key-slone, decorated with laurel, white, with the word .' Virtue" in the centre in red letters, sarrounded with u wreath of laurel, aii eclHtorj'. The utmost pence nnd order pievathil throughout the evening ; ami before twf Ive n'cluck all ivr.s still Hnil qiiii^t, ilie same as if no public occurrence l;aj taktu place. TAUNTON. The inlellig^iice of the result of the (.roceedmgs against the Quren reached  this town on Saturday � altVriiooii. Tlie"lio'rses of llie mail were decorajed with while ribband-, and the pannels of the (.'iSih exhibit'eiPa ehir'ik bi>i!fiptioii of the welcome'event. ''Noiwiih'tariding'^ilitf'i'rinrtiisiiance of-tlle guard, ihe 'i^opulaceiiiMSlfed'oii drawing Ihetwail rotiiid llieiown, � wlitch wits doneilntt^lsl the-ucliliinititioris of the'n'iiilli-tude, who had assembled on-lhiWiDC�iJ Jtrin?K4gol^faeii^lt^�^^ (i^alBj Si^rtii)- | lar proofs of ,pot>o|iir<�xi(|tatm^a3f^5^n disjjIaVed I in tuo:t fif the wlJage�./9r,f(B�Mal.^,p^^^ town.    A genVi^l i(luminaUoa iV, an every eye, was strainedjo gaiij i^ine Mffnul from the passeiigfers; and wifeb'tlie t?0h'or'ffie' rq^ a�certuiiie�l, the muIlittideMeSiWWsed tlieir^iiiisfac-ti.�ii by load acclaiiMlioiis:>Ht>d-'cries 'of 'f (Jod save Uie Queen,..Gi}n�,.�!i:eT,?;!fired at intervals throughput the day^; .^I'ite ^fuviiiirs^ Snd, laurel bi-anches became in tnociV req,u.?�'t;'Bncl in ojie or two V�rishei the churcli>be1ii tdiifiiinetf'ta ring merry pealj;, it is with pleatwiieive rfd5,�h*tjr4iet!bullition .of poj�u IIIr joji: on this!occit^ionj; 1*1 J^iigli'perliapa in-j^iitcious. Wits liarinle^ip itj; ejsiprewjpju Considerable pains had been talcen, by.a |.�nrfy in thl* city to bbtiin a general itlukltfration 61) Monday night, in rduspquence of vi^bich the Mayor, in the course of ihe day, issued n notice,* recorntnending'his fellow-citizens Iu abstain from a measure calculated to disturb the peace . and good order of the city. Tliis recommendation influenced the conduct of the great proporliou 'of the ihhabilsints.. Such, however, of our fellow-citizeils �s disbelieved the evidence in support>of the charges against her Majt?1y, or thought the abandonment of the Bill a virtual ac-quitttl, and tbi)se who were apprehensive of having their windows broken by a misguided mob, illuminated their houses, and displayed devices, in some instances at no small expense; but it is with pain we state,that the uni/ltmined populace broke the win-dowsof several persons who did not conceive theoc-cnsion justified them in lighting up their houses. A number of windows were broken at the White Lion and Talbot Inns, at the Custom-House, and in the houses of several individuals in Redcliff-street. Broad-street, &c. Ou Tuesday and Wednesday the illuminations were partially repeated, but, we believe, without any repetiliou of wanton behaviour on the part of the spectators, although the latter was expected to be " the grand night." MALTON. Since the arrival of the acquittal' of the Queen this town h�?, for the lust two or three days, been a continual scene of rejoicing. On Tuesday last the town was generally illuminated, and, considering the shortness of notice, many appropriate devices ^ere exhibited. The day following,' a' iiucherous aiid' i^espectable meeting of the inhabitants was held at the Town HalU to present an Address of Congratulation to her Majesty, and to Petition tbe King to dismiss the pre->ent Ministers from his cotincil ; and in the evening the Geijilemen of the lown gratified the exulting females with a splendid ball, 100 cards of invitation liaviiig beeu^ issued for^tJcrasjjLn.^ '1^^^^ DONCA'STiERf IJoVfcMBER l?-On Tuesday the bells were rung here durin;; the day, in consequence of the fate of the Bill of Pains uiid Penalties against the Queen. Similar demonstrations have taken place in the neighbouring towns, IINCOLN, NOVEMBER I6. The arrival of the intelligence of Saturday was followed by tlie ringing of bells in most of the churches Below-hill ; in the evening two large bonfires were lighted, and a numerous a,>isemblage of the itihdbilants of all classes paraded the town with music, &c. by torchlight till a laie hour ; and we are sorry to add, that after the populace were left to themselves they jiroceeded to break the windows of sevend persons who Iiad expressed sentiments adverse lo the popular opinion.- Two respectable clergymen, the Ilev. W. Hett and tbe Rev. G. U. Keiii, were the principal sufferers on Saturday night : at the house of the latter Gentleman, between 30 and 40 panes, were broken, and a stone which �as thrown through the nursery window fell on the pillow of a bid on which a joung child was sleeping, and within a few inches of Its head. On Monday night the moh renewed their perambulations, iind (notwithstanding the constable.^ were sent out) vented their rage on the windows of T. A. Smitii, E�q. demolishing nearly all those next to ihe street. On Tuesday night a large number of .ipecial constables were sworn in, and peace has since been preserved. The day before the arrival of the news that tbe Bill was withdrawn, and in the |)ro�pect that then existed of its being seiit lo the Commons, above fifty respectable citizens, including five of 'the Aldermen, signed a Requisition to the Mayor, requesting him tu call a meeting of the inhabitants to consider of a.petition to that lion. House on the subject; and the Mayor (G. Steel, Esq.) expressed his intention of complying with their request. Preparations are nmv making for a general illumination to take place this night (Thursday) ;-and we heur tlut a t'ouulry gentleman iii the neighbourhood intends lo give a large quantity of ale, as well as an ox to be roasted whole, towards the ainasemenls of the day. On Tuesday anil Wednesday vej-y numerous and resijectable parties of the Queen's, friends dined together at the Green Dragon amf Saracen's Head Inns, and this day it is expected that an equally respectable company will meet at the Rein Deer,and that an Address of Congratulation to the Queen will be proposed, .    > ' There was great rejoicing at Caistor/tlie moment tlie nrws arrived of the. Bill, against the Queen being given up. It being Stinday, the bells were ruiiK at short intervaiR throughout the day ; and 00 , Mnnd'ay'fl.igH weire'flying and bonfires 'blazing, with other demonstration's of joy, � - The town of Grimsbywus illuminated on Tutsi-day evrniiig.,- . i , , � ',11 I At; liingliatii, .011 i^i�tur(liiy, .01) the,jar.rjval ,0^ the news, the bells rang, a' largu bpiii^re was inude ill the Miirkel-pluce, 'aiid iii' ihe evening Ihere was a bkH.^' � ; .'i-^^           �: ,...�:./�> ,. .,   " ; ^ A!brilliaftti.illu,ininBtion Joqki place at Beverley, pn,Wedne.sday eygeing Jast^ exhibiting inany,btiaitti-ful and einbleina.iicsl,.,|r�|iipareucies, enibeihsherf with a mixture jof ,prangs and while ribbuiM,-;tf i>b other fancy, pnd, elegatit; .d.eyiqet', wliile; iJiV, |J>�"' was enliveried by n^e'rrj^ ;,aiyd';,,wejl-r,ung jieialst.of bells from both .churt!he8j,:\f< tjelebratioif pfjthe cisiye victory oblaiiiedyby hei-| iVlsji;�ty: Ah^ Queen oyer her iuyeterule. ;.and,mplignaiit fPneiniesJr- The illumination, with the exception of ..tlve following 7HAerM/prfrirdir'idua|g,-m8y be said to have been general, namely an. American refugee, Hy family connexidiK allied to the present Judge Advocate; another Geiitlemiin, a. brother-in-law to the Lord Chancellor ;-'ahd four" Cfergymen, One of the^Rever^e^id CUlgJin^en of the town, a most worthy anil independent character', liacl his window, .(in wliich was exhibited a beittitifnl transparency) broken- by tt Gentlemaii of tbe town, who was fortunately .detected in the^ traii3at?tioh'f aBtt-i�f*' Jerward^. [s|pnge-t%tf4aie !);made^W the same evenmg in'the Assembly-rooms., bill was distributed in the early part.�f ;t^e,&ay^ against the illominatirtn, but'it requires iio comment.- h is a fortunate cireumslance the Genfle-inan was detected in breaking the windows; otherwise, there can be no doubt, the tnidsuction would have been shouldered upon the radicals-hut, he jroves to be an officer in his Majesty's service, on lalf-psy. LeTburn. On Monday night last a general illumination and other rejoicings took place at Leyburiij in Yorkshire, on account of the rejection of the Bill against the Queen. M. Wyvill, Esq. Al.P. for York, had his house brilliantly lighted up, and with his uccuslomed liberality gave nine guineas lo the populace assembled, to drink the health of her Maje.ly, and leave t:) fetch fuel iroin his plantations, with which, and half a dozen tar barrels, a very large fire was m^ide in the inaiket-place, and tended no little lo the ariiusements of the evening, whrdi were kejit uji till a late hour. RICHMOND. On Monday the .beljs rung, and there was a bonfire in the evening ; and 011 Wednesday there was a splendid and general illumination in this borough, in consequence of the victory of the Queen. It is also withrff4�mure we learn that a public meeting' will be held in the Town-hall on Monday, for the purpose of preparing an Address of Congratulation to her Majesty. THORNTON. The inhabitants of the village of Thornton, near Piekering, displayed their desteslation of perjury on M.onday se'nnight, by illuminating their houses, and burning a filtliy green bag. The poorer house-keeptrs were enabled to drink the health of their Queen in good ale, by the liberality of some of their wealthier neighbours. IttUSriNATIONff IN SCOTIiAND: - � On Tuesday evening Pollockshaws was splen  with their usual niid prai.  do sn, and >hat those whornight not limi tliernselCiji at liberty to dp it, would be. protei-ted. Accordingly, from six p'clockio te^ tiiere.wusan illumitiaiioii-, cer* lainly not general, but Dearly so, and fully sufficieni to shrw the (O'dinl SHtisfactiou which 1 be people fcit in the dtspi>8al pf the Bill, in some quarters of the town the windows were decorated with (i.nsi i|>(ht!,�lree(s'wascuilitide able, L^aa^ffXn^ qf alt;cb�8M(�  -alt^ foiisU|i;hoccusjon�a rujutii((e>cof turbiiieoi *\ntil*:*ih* deinonstrate the wargith cil their seal in the. cause celebrated, by assaulting the persons and hou�e.> of their neighbour.s, and enlisting in liieir train the young and unwary. From such the lown was com-, p let el y free. The uimost good humour prevalUtJ universally. The Provo
                            

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