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   British Press (Newspaper) - November 25, 1820, London, Middlesex                                NOMBER 560S. LONDON, SATtJRDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1820. Fill!; I   7d. THEATRB HOYAL, DlHUiY-L^KlS. ^mS EVENING, SATtJni)AY, Nov. 9.5, his Majesty's Sei vaiils will perform tlic Comic Opera of THE ENGLISH FLEET IN 134-2. Dp Montfort, Mr.Tliompson; I'liillip, IMr. Gnlii.-; V.ilcn. line, Mr. T.Cooke; Filzwiiler, Mr. Hoi'ii ; !M aininast, M r. Miiiidrn. Jane, Coiinless of I'.i ilt.niiy, Mr.s. Cllnvcr ; AiloU, Mi�s .Smillison; Jcaiirlla, 51rs. Harloivf; KatliPriiir, Ma-rl:ime Vfstris; Isnbel, Aliss Ciibill. Aflcr which (4lh timp), n new Comic Farco, in Iwo arls, A "H.D coo.sr: cHA.sr.. 'Vhe ]>rinripal Chijraclfrs hv Mi-^srs.  Mnndpn,  Rii5*:rn, Callie. Kiiifrht, yiiiin!:, Rayin *inl, IlarU'V, Mrs, Ilailuwe, j Miss Smitiisiiu, Miss Tidswrll, aii.; Second Price, 3�-.'fi,l.-i-Pit, 3'!. fid.; .Secoiiil j' Pi ire, 2s.- 5/)wer CiiUery, Ihi-j-Si-eoml I'ricc, Is.-Upper (iailcry:^ I s.; Second I'rice, Od. On ?.1on.'.:iy, l^ir irrn. uiili .-\ Wild Gonsr Cliasp. On Tnesdjty, 0 iieM* Mnsir:il ni.-mia, in (lircc acts, calird .lij^Iic-, oi- file Cil'.ii^lj ami the (iuhliler. 7/7/;.-I rUK.Ill)y, :�sli-iii, ,Mr. Parsloe; Avtonio, fth. <:(i-ipm:in ; lluherlo, Nir. .leli'eries ; !'ri::r, Mr. ;\ll.ins; Mahoiiti, Mr. U'. Farren j C'.iown, Mr. r'.-ivvceii : rahi;Mi. Mr. I)nrns( i ; Solanio, iMr. Com-r ; licnvcdio, eJr. 'I'lnney, ')livi.i. Miss Greene; Vinia, Miss M. Tree; Maria. ISIis. c;.(.'..*; Tlie f.dlowinjj are the Selections from Sliakspcnre :- Arl J.-I'ull many a irloi-ions ,Mornii?ir;'' .Sonnets.- in'ee, *' \V!m is Sylvia *" Tun Genlltlncn of Verona.- Sjo:;, " r.ven as the Son:" Venn-! and Adonis.- Duello,-' l)r|dirus with his I-nIr;" Killj Henry V 11!. Act 11.-(j)ee, " Come o'er the Urnok Kinjr I.ear and Viiems.- (�1 y the Roses of thi; f^priog ;"** T\rrll'lh Ni^hl.- Glee, ^' C), hy rivers ;"' Poems. Act IV.-Sone:," how mncii more doth Rejuly;" Son-tiets.- Sonor, *^"1*aUe all my loves;" Sonnets.- Masf|iie Glee, Come unto these yellow e^mds ;" Tempest.- t^horus, ** Daily joys he still npon yon ;" Tempest. Act V.-SoKcr, " In howers irf laurel;" Poems.-Som�, " Rid me discourse ;" Venns and Adonis.- I'inale, " When lhal 1 was ;".Twelfth Ninht. In Act IV. will be introduced .Shaksprnre's Grand ATasqucof jrNO AND CF.R1LS. .lunn, Mrs. T. Mill; Ceres, niiss liciiunool ;   Iris, Miss r.oJ.-n;  Naiad, Miss K    Uenneit ; .Sea  Nymphs,   Mis.ls, 'I'wamley, lamis, Oiiipp, and Sholler;' I'jnns, Messrs. V'edy, Gouviet, Grant, and Heath; and Shepheid, ;\Ir. C^ollet. Aflcr which, .Saakspra;e*'s KATIlARLNi; ANU PKXRUCHIO. Pplmrhi.n, Mr. C. Kemldc; r>,iptista, Mr. Chapman; Grn-Tnio, Mr. Rlanchard; Biundello, Mr. Vales. Katharine, JMrs C. Kemble. A Private Rux may be hail for theSi'ison, or nii;litly, of ]Mr. Rrindon, at the Uo\-()ffice. /'laces f e (-.-iken of -VTr. Rrandon,at the Uox-Oiiirp, Mart-street, from Ten till Four. Roxes, 7s ; .Second Price, 3s. G 1 -Pit, lis. fid ; Second Vriec, 2s.-Gallery, Cs.; Second Price, Is. -Upper (Jal-lery, Is. ; Second Price, 6J. Do Monday, Ihe Trou'edy of Wallare, with Tlie rmly Thieves. On 'lucsday, Shaksjieare's Comedy of T>vcll"t!i Ni^lil, w ilh High Life Reloiv Stairs. HE  PERSIAN and HINDOOSTANEE LANGUAGES laiifht by a Genlleman fcdiicateJ at the College of Fort William, in'Bengal. For Cords of Address, apply to Mr. Ginjcrj Bookstller, No. 25, CoUegc-stieet, AVestminsUr. TO MONIED LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. 1^ WV Lady iir Geiitleiiiiiii liaviiij^ a few Hundreds or Thousands at comiiiand, may turn it to an unusual advantage, and without lisk, with the Advertiser. A candid ex])lanBlioii will be (jiven, and realname and ad-ilreiis piven. As this emanatei;-from a most rcspeclable channel, no personal ajiplicatioH can lie altbnded lo in the first instance. I'Icase lo address (post.paid) to M. C. R., ReatJ's Co'fTrc-honsr. No. 10-2, Flect.strcel, will meet due and rcspe'elfiil attention. BILIOUS AND NLRVOUS CO.MPLAlNTS, - � DCAFNESS, &c. This day is published, the Second Edition of BSKKVATIONS (.n tlie EFFICACY of tlip AiR-PUMP VAPOUR-BATH  and GALV.ANIS.M-in the cure of Stomach,   Liver,  and Roive! Complaints, Diseases of the Skin, Gout, Rheumatism, Palsy, &c. wUh many new ami remarkable Cases. Uy M. LA BEAUME, Medical Snrsienn-lilec^rician,   Consuliiii(r Ditto to the London Eleetrijnil Dispensary, F.LS. &e. Also, by the same Author, rledicafcd by permission to Prince Leopold, REMARKS on the EFFICACY of ELECTRICITY and G.4LVANIS.M in Ihe cure of Neirous and Chronic Dis-ordirs. Deafness, Uhndncss, &c. with a variety of interest-in; cases. Pnblislipd and Sold by Whrr, Red Lion-passaje, Red Lion-sqnare, and may be had of all Booksellers. .Tiii-se woik.s, as well as ihe Author's practice, have been very frivonrahly nnticed in '* The Medical and Physical .lonrual"-" The Medie.il Repository"-" The Gazette of lleallir'-"The .Medical Intelligencer," &c. UNDRAWN TICKETS AND SHARES ARE SELLING BY �R" ntid J. SIVEWiilGflT, at th(;ir very for-jj) 9 lunale OiTrces, No. 37, Cornhill ; 3S, Haymmket ; No. II, Kolhorn ; Ml, Oxford-street; \Vho Shared and Sold TWO Prizes of �2(1,000 in the present Contract, viz. No. 135 ................�-20,001) 3,1136 ................   -iO.DOO TWO Prizes of f'JOjOOl) Consols, And all the other Capitals, must he drawn NEXT 'i'lJESDAV, 2Sih November. Belli;; the Last and Only Day of Dravein 'G, s.^turday. Nov. 25, fi.        will be perfurnu'i!, Ihe favourite Oncni of .JOCONDE; Or, THE TPv.OU�ADOURS. Jncondei Mr. Wrench ; Count Rob-rt, Mr. llowar'l; I.e Konde. Mr. Oxherry.   IMile, Mrs. )V. S. Challcrley; Ma-thildc, itlisnjWilliam. After whici* will be inlrodnci^d, Snrprisinij nod Unparalleled Peats nf Atrilitv, hy KA.VIO S.l.MEE, the CHIEF of the INDIAN JUGGLERS. The c-Iehrate.l UE.MA DANCE, by a Native Maho-tnelan, everyXVeninJ. To which will he adiled, WHERE SHALL I DINE -Sponge, Mr. Wri neb; Grnf.lpv, Mr. G. Sinilb.   M.'s Dis- � cniLnt,.ftJi.ss Shepherd; Dorothea, Mrs. ^V. S. (.-ballerley. The Eveninn''e EnlCi'tainment to conclude with THgUlGH ROAD TO .M A it Rl .\G E. Thf; Dours will he opened at Six o'Cloi k, aiul the Performance cornmeuce at a Quarter before Seven precibely. � Half.piicc at Half.past Eight. A new Interlude will shortly be produced. .  rOR THE CURE OF THE SCROFULA. SnilTLAW'.S A^JERi(;AN F.XTIJACT, DECOCnON, mid POWDERS, for the Cine of SCfiOFULA, CUTANEOUS DISEASES, ;uid all Di-'^or-decs arisin'jj from andconntcted with Scrofula. .....'rovcries, in snl of Ihe Public, rJ^O JOHN.'^OjN, Propviftnr of Ihe A.ME- J. RICAN SOOTHING SYRUP, 94, Newman-stieet, Oxford sli ret, London : - " Madam - Havini experienced the blessed effects of jour Syrup on two of my i hildrcn, 1 be{2^ viui to insert the case of one on whom it had the most exlraoidinaryU'lfects. My child,who is two years and a half old, has been; sn Iferinij under evei y spm'ies of debility ever since it was six mouths old, owinj to the extretne ditticully of cullinp; her tl'eth, so much so, that .T total waste of iiesli and disloi'tioii jof the joints, rendered the child incapable of bcin^ moved without a pillow, ul the same tim.f liaviii2r trnus on her le^s to prevent their '.reltinjj more, distorted ; when, directed bV Providence, I was recommeiuied to apply to yon for the Syrup, whicli, after nsinp two or three'days, my child a]ippared to receive fresh life and sticnsftli, and however aingnlur it may appear, after using only one bottle of the Syrup, I was enabled to take the irons fn�m her leg-^, and .shortly after she became perfectly restored." Every inquiry as to the truth uf the above win be el.eeifully niiswered by " Your most obedient Servant, " F. SEAGER. ' No. G, Crown-court, Pickett-slreet,Temple-bar, May 4, 18-20." To he harl of the Pi-oprietors, lohnson and Williams, 94, Newio-a-i-ftreet, and by their appointment of all the iMedi-ciiie Vciuleis in town and country, at'2^. 9d. per bottle. *.^Irs. .lohnson relieves the Poor, as nsual, at lier house every Tuesday and Saturday moruin;, from Nine till Ten o'clock, by brin-jinp; a letter from a rcpfciahic liuiisekeeper, to certify that they arc real objects of charily. The  Proprietor of these invaluable discoveries, in snh- miiling bis pretensions to the attention ,,,.,,:. thinks It riRl.t to slate, that he has travelled as a bolan..,t .obtain a knowledge of the uredieinal and other vrtue.s of olants, oi-eV the islands of the West Indies, Spanish A>n.-rica,   he United States, and Canada; among many of the American Indians, especially thd Creeks and oth. r Uibesof Indians, scTiciehialed'f .r'.heir kmiwied^e of Ihe North of liidi.-inj, so ctieoK,,,.. ,......^....... jiroftertica and virtues  eoplei-.iaiixioiis to testify ilieir putticipatioo in tlir iriuinpli of llioir jjc-rseciiled Qoeeii, Coiuiiieiiceil iiglit!ii_g ilieir windows ai an iilliisiially riirly hour, and before Seven ii'c-I(kI<, (no j)irtlcular hour li.id !)een iixed upon for llif- caiiiiiittifenieiit,] there was scarcely ti ureei, square, hme, or alley. Unit was not bnHiaittly liujittd. lite soliiliers, one} the constables, that fluriiirr tlie entire liighl, tiot it "circurnstntice occttrred to produce llie least itueavinef.s-tint a sloiie i\a.s llirown, � tiof � pain of gla-.s broken,-There was not even a siiijile cry of " LiglitS !" as is cnslqrnaiy on ihose bcciisions. A few Mtho had piit up "candles in the daijftime, liiiding their windows sate, took tiiem Aown xcitboiit tighting.' We ineiitioii this trivia! cireumstance to u'liew iliat no luiiiiiier of iiittnii-dation was resorted to, and that the " apprehension" stated iij Mr. Bradliy Kinjj's Proclainatioi) \Tas ailogifiher Unfounded, namely- " That attempts wftuld  he made to compel the peacettble and welt-dhppsed iiihubitanis of this city, to illuiiiinute their houses conliary lo tlieir ititli-tiatioin " The fact was exactly llie revei'se-atiempis liav-int^heen actually made, by the most vile placards luui deininciattoos, put forivard by aiinuvmous iit-cendiaries to (?e/fr the peaceable and vyt-ll-d .sposed ioitabitants, " coiitr^fiy to tlieir inciiijatioiis/' from illiiniinat'.iig tlieir li'ouiies, . The illiipiinalkmj^okQj -he long remeiuliered in the cily of DuljjiiiT'i^Waj.got-Ujjv. U?t alniie unsanctioned by official persoire, but'rtVecouiitenaticed in every prssible way. The jjb're of the tranriparen-cies and variegited lamps, which on former occasions ndoriied tlif jniblic offices, was, it is true, ah-ent ; bgt these were always paid tor out of llis pithtic J!io]tet/,ain] pmctued tit a va�t expense ! Abslractiiif^ these and a i'fiv persons in office, and Snine odicrs, who, whatever their inclinaiiuns tiiight be, dare not, for fear of consequences, ^ive way to tlietn - iibstractioi; also the irast iiiitnber of uniiilialjiled houses, -compared with fortner periods, �ve can truly aver, that iievtr, on iiny former occasion,  tituted against her. The meeting was iiunierous'y and respectably attended, Gerard CuUaghan, Esq. was called to the Chair. Many persons signed the reqnisiton before leav. ing the room ; aiirl -ihorily alter the meeting dispersed.-f Cork Mercantile Cltronick.J EXTltACT OF A LETTER FROM YOOGHAL. " As soon as the 3uc e9s of the Queen had been received at Voughal, all the shippinij fit the harbour displayed their respective colours, which had a grand appearance, tinrl also their guns were fired, with other demonstrations of joy," &c. the. liiie:.t in liurope, viewed prei-cntcd, :h  f.ir as   the eye 1   S'^;.!;f^:.?~ia^~S.-';iiS. qjabore. .        -     ' 'I'liK line 111 quays from Jvsex-budge, Coiilil reaell, up and ilmvn the river. One u-ihroken line of splendour." Tlie vessels, which were tmiiieroiis in the river, extending from Carlisle-bridge, to the extremity id' the Nnrlh-wall, had all of them lights atlheir mast-lieids and yard-arms, which had a novel jttid singular n|i|)eaiaiice, as if an iniiiimer.ible quantity of sliis, of vaiious m.ignituilcf, had studded the " o'erli.iiiginir firfuanieiil." The day and i.iglit were wet: ami unfavourable, notwl'Jistiiidiiig which the whole population of the oi'v, of every age and se.x, and rank, poured forth in iiias<(:i, which were impenetrable, where liny object of particular ottrictinn caused theiii to stop, even for a feiv :iii li-moiiv of rejoicing on account of the fate of ihe Cill of Pains and Penalties. . A Correspondent at Montrose states-" On Wednesday evening our town was brilliantly illuminated, although it was not till a late hour that the intention was generally known.   However, when the example was given,   there was a proniptitude displayed to give lucid proof that we warmly participated in the joyous occa.�ioii, which has warmed many a hetrt, and lighted up many a countenance with congratulation, on the result of the proceedings in the House of Lords.    We have awaited the arrival of the mail with anxious.^hought, to  bring- ns an Hccount of each day's  proceedings in this inom'entons trial. Thongh short the preparation to iHuminale, unless ail anxious wish might have anticipated the i'ejult, there were several appropriate inscriptions and lie-vices exhibited in various windows.    In the centre window of our public buildings appeared a bust of her Majesty, a well-executed transj)arency, a crown pi.iced  aliove, with " C. R." and   under-written, " Trtnmphanl."    In the window uf a respectable inhabitant the emphatic words, " Fair Play."    !n that of an humble dwelling " I thank thee,  niy God, that thou hast made my eneinie.s my footstool!"   This certainly evinces how great the pleasure at the result, how universal this feeling, and how numerous were those who watched the progress of the cause, which it would be absurd to call � the cause of party or of any individual'. " There  Imve also* been illuminations at Forfar, Lawrencekirk, and Marykirk. The city of Brechin was briHiantl3^illntninated on Wednesday evening. Many very appropriate devices were exhibited. One in particular attracted public attention, and had considerable effect on the risible faculties; in the centre was a drawing of the Queen, surrounded by the names of lur Counsel, in large capitals; the crown elevated a little above her heail, as if ready to descend upon it; a little below, on her right hand, was a signpost, with the words--" The road to Iiaijr," which wasfolloweil by two deplorable-lookiii"; wretches, a male anil a lemale-Majucchi and Demont, with " A'ort mi ricordo" issuing from the mouth of the former : on the Queen's left hand stood a figure that might serve for the statue of Horror, wiih a belly like a bow-window, and a huge green hag lying by his side. There was not the least disorder on the occasion. The intelligence of the failure of the Bill of Pains and Penalties arrived at Kirriemuir on Wednesday, and immediately produced a most enthusiastic burst of joy and exultation. About eleven o'clock p. m. the bells were rung, an immense bonfire blazed at the Cross, and thirty of the nio-;t respectable inhabitants in tlie town assembljCd in the Trades' Hall, to express their feelings of satisfaction. Many loyal and consiitutional toasts were drunk, and the evening was spent with great con-viviiility. Another numerous party of inhabitants met in iMr. Rattray's inn, and likewise spent the evening with much hilarity. LINLITHGOW, NOVEMBER I?. The proceedinijs against the Queen have excited much interest, and their progress been particularly watched by a great proportion of the inhabitants of this burgh. When the account arrived of the fate of the Bill of Pains and Penalties joy was visible in almost every countenance. On the evening of the same day a number, whose feelings weie most acute, illuminated their' houses, and on Thursday evening the greater part of the inhabitants, being desirous of shewing ttieir attachment to her Majesty, agreed to ijluminale their houses, and the town and neigbbourhuod was most bril-liaiitly illuminated, with the exception of a few. la some of the wiudows there were appropriate inscriptions and representation", such as Britannia in Iriuinptl, holding a Cap of Liberty, and u British Tat holding a flag, with the inscription, " Britons never shall be Slaves ;" ami a beiuiliful le-ptcse:: tion of Ciiiimerce, and a C-reeii Bit:, wiiji \\v � inolto, "This i5.i:r was full t.f SLriidtr, bin it t all disproved." There was Uir^'c bontlre l.^i.'ed at tin; ive-.t end nf l!ie town, and a ban ler va - i!':".-p'.ivi;:!, 'J 1 wliici; w^is insniiied " Ihe Qiirei'," ami  the  names of her M.ij* si'.'s Counsel,  ni ever \\ ilhont any irri t^uiurity or t!i?tni L'aue'.s iiikint; phice. ii'u'it there w ;t �fCOf.il hinniii.a'ic!! !ti ^^iiieen, w Inch wi.^ ve; y n � Paisli-v in  linnnur o'f the : '! coal. ty n-,fi.'itihlei! and dr.ink iier AJaje-t^.'i hee.lti:, wnli nine limes nine ; also tlu- liei.lib.s of he--.^!ajesl\'s t;,..uiis-l-L'er-, which will  r,Mffi(,-iently expressive ol' llie iiidi^'ieinL feelin^�at tiii> representatit e of iiifaiiinns notiuiiiv, A bnnhve was kindled, aroncd  which  llie  iiibab;-liiiiti  were   rei^aled  with nbun.'lance  of excellent: punch, lo leslity their uiifeVy;i.ed respect to Uovalty. Alter Cud stive llie King v/ascoiii liidnl, the h.ileiv,-iiig stt'.nzi WHS fuiii witli vclieiiient L;ire : - I.uud let her people siiiLT. Long live Queen Caryliiiel And may she happy reign 1 Cod save the Queen 1" The public (-rier of the village in tlh: forenoon was sent about to acquaint the inhabitanis, " that her Majesly was not acquitted, and that (lersniM iliiiminatiiig would do so lit their ))eril."-The i'-luininatioti was, notwitlisUnduig, strLiiiiDtisjy pic-moled by all classes, who vietl with each other  ill of I^.iiiis and Penalties beiiiej ab.indoned Ijv his iMajestv's .Ministers. At the sii:ie time there was ;i.n excellent regale of ale and s|jni!s, wnic'i ' was most cordially received by most of llie public at large; and sundry toasts, sulla.lile upon tlie occasion, were drunk witli tliree times three, uhiic; wiili her ^r'ajesty's Counsel, &r. Tli-; whole of ih^i I inhabitants parted at a late hour, witb the greattsv. I coiivivi'jiily ever witnessed iiV lliis (.luarter. KIRKAI.DV, NOVr.JlBER IS. For some days past, and particularly ye.-terd.iy, a tiuiiiber uf the inhabitants of this [ilacc evinced a desire to illuminate their windows, nn ac'onnt nf the I'lte of the Bill of Pains and Penalties in tl-House of [jords. The iV!agi^trates i.;-ave v.-iv to li,-popular I'eeling, titid publicly nnnoiinceil an iilo::i:-iintion to tike place from seven to half-past nine. With very feu' exceptions the intiiti-ation w i-^ coin-plied with. Numerous parlies oi' the i nhat): tan' peraiiibulalL'd tlie%treets and examine-d the var;ons devices, &c. which were exhibited, winle llicniobi-li'y amused themselves with tiring olf (^istols and trniuUing burning tar-batrels alooL- the siren-. This hurley-burley diversion, however, seemeil '�> be c-jrn-d on with j>erfect good huaiour, and nnr the least accident happened. By ten o'clucl; tb--! lights were generally extinguished, and nn hour after the streets were perfectly quiet. The city of Aberileen was brilliantly illomina'i d on Friday night. Several tasteful and ele^.m!: irauspare-ncies were e.-clnbited. One full-lmgib beautiful transparency of the Queen, in a liou-ie in ijrnnd-strecl, attracted particular attention. Her Majesly is represented in lull dress, suttnouii'eel with a scroll, bearing the words-"They have don-: everything to destroy me," to which she points ; another is suspended from her other hand, t.'i' words inscribed - "To God and the People;" and aiie nppetirs to trample under foot " The .Milan Commission." TuRitiFF, HuNTi.Y, and Banff were aUo partially illuminated. At the latter plaet: the .Vjagis-Irates issued a mandate; strictly proliibiting tens mode of expressing the public feeling, but without eti'ect. Not the slightest breach of the peace, hu.i-ever look place. A Nairn Correspondent desires to state, that o,i receiving the news there of the proceedings against the Queen being discontinued, a magnificent tion-fu-e, consislino-ol tar-barrels and other combustiLIei-, was erected, and a flag-displayed, surfounded iv.' torches, and "/ion mi ricordu" written on it m capitals. Also that a great conconrs-: of people a.tended, and tlie usnal'vociferations of course ensued of " Long live Queen'Caroline !" &c. H.iWICK,  NOVEMBER  l6. On Tuesday last, in coiueqiience of a very general expression of the public feeiing in this pkice, the Magistrates and Town Council g-ave notice hy proclamation that a general illatnmation ul toe town might take place that evening in honour of the acquittal of the Queen. ' .-Vbout three o'clock in the afternoon of Tuesday, the E"-arl oi .Vliuto arrived at the Tower Inn here, on his way from London to I'Vlinto House, Oiv entering the town he was immediately recognised, when itie inhabitants rushed in hundreds to the area before the inn, exclaiming " The Queen and Minto for ever His Lortlship appeared in  excellent   heuUh and   

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