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British Press (Newspaper) - November 28, 1820, London, Middlesex NtTMBER 5610. LONDON, TUESDAY, BER 28, 1,820 never ACTED, TUE.1 TRE ROYAL, DIIURY-LANE. ^Hl^D EVENING, TUESDAY, Nov, 9.8, liis Majesty's Servaiils will perform (first lime), a new MuGical Drama, in three ac(B, railed JUSTICE; Or, THE CALIPH and THE COHBLER. The Caliph, Mr. Cooper; GinfTer, Mr. Foole; Knled, Mr. n irleyFslhrr of .Moiisel, Mr. Gallic; Abdallah, Mr. Wal-I rk Z'huH)li, Mrs. E^erlon ; Selima, Miss Kelly; Motiscl, Malame Vcstris. The Prolciiuc to he spoken by Mr. Barnard, the Epilo^ne liy Miss Kolly. After wliich, the favonrile Extravasanza called G1(5v'aNI^I in london. Don Giova;:ni, Madame Vestris; Lcporello, Mr. Ilarley; H7r. FlonnliDf Fliiickin,Mr. Hiriiard; Mr. Deputy Eiiclish, iVIr.Gittie. Mrs. LeporeHo, WissCubitl; Miss Constaiitia Quixotti', Miss Povey; Mrs. Eoglish, Mrs. Orgtr; Mrs. Dmiiicmilry, IMrs. Dobbs; SqMallini; Fan, Mrs. Bland. The iiiterinr of the Theatre has been completely embel-Hslied.and newly decorsucd. ,The chief part of I he Scenery has been repainted, and a new Archileciural Drpg Scene, designed and cxeculed Jiy Marinari. Places fur the Boxes to be taken of Mr. Rodwell, at the Private Bcis Kiitrance, Little Russell street, until the com. pletion of the Porlict). The Diiiirs will he opened at Half-past Six o'clock, and the Perforrnnnccs oa eiich Eveniiie commence at Seven. Box.K, 7�. ; Seciiiui Pric, 3<.6d.-Pit. 3s. 6H.; Second Price, 2s.- Lower G:illery, 2p,; Second Price, Is.- Upper Gallery, 1 s.; Second Price, 6d. The niw i'arce of A Wild Goose Chase will be performed To-uiorro*i', and every Evening this week. 28, TltK.nOYAL, COVENr.GAIIDES. rW\mS EVENING. TUESD.AV. Nov. M- will be performed Shakspeave'd-Coniedy of TWELFTH NIGHT. In the ronree of ihi- Comedy will he ijilroducod .^ongs, Jin-'ts, G'ees, and Choruses, the Poetry sriected entirely from the Plays, Poems, and Sonnets of ShaUs|ieare. Duke Oisliu), Mr. Ahbult ; Valentine, Mr. Tajljr ; Curiu, Mr. Pyne ; SirTuhy Belch, Mr. Emery ; Sir Andrew Ajur-cheik, IMr. Lislon ; Sebasliim, Mr. Parsloe; Antonio, nir, Chapmsn ; Koberlo, Mr. Jefferies ; Friar, Mr. Atkins ; IMjiliidio, Mr. W. Fnrnn ; Clown, Mr. Fawcett ; Faliiau. ?�Ir. Onrnsri 5 Snlanio, Mr. Comer ; Henvolio, i\Tr. Tinney, Olivia, Miss Greene; Viola, Miss M. Tree; Maria, Mrs. Gibhs. The followinj; are lite Selertions from Shakspeare;- Act I.-" Full mmiy a glorious Morning;" Sonnets.- Glee, *^ Who is Sylvia ?" Two Gentlemen of Verona.- Siin?, " Evrtn as tiie. Son ;" Venus and Adonis.-Duetto, " UrpheuB �ilh his Lfte;" Kinj Henry Act II.-Glee, " Come o'er the Brook;" King Lear and Poems.-Glee, "On a djy;" Love's Labour Lost.-Glee and Chorus, " A Cup of Wine;" Henry IV. Part II. Act 111.-Sons;, " Crabbed age;'' Sonnrls.- Duello, " Cesnrio, by the Roses of the Spring;" Twelfth Night.- Gk-e, " O, hy rivers ;" Poems. Act IV.-SoHg. " O how much more doth Beauty;" Sonnets.-Sod;:," Take all my loves;" Sonnets.-Masque Glee, " Come unto these yellow sands ;" Tempest.-Chorus, " Daily joys be still upon you ;" Tempest. Act V.-Sung," In bowers of laurel;" Poems.-Song, " Bid H3cdisconr.se;" Venus and Adonis.-Finale, " When that I was ;" Twelfth Night. In Act IV. will be introduced Shaksprare'a Grand Masque of JUNO AND CEliES. Juno, Mrs. T. Hill; Ceres, Miss Beaumont; Iris, Miss r.od^n; Naiad, Miss E. Dennett; Sea Nymphs, Mesds. Twamler, Louis, Chipp, and Shotlcr; Fauns, iMessrs. Vedy, Gouriet, Grant, and Heath ; and "Shepherd, Mr. Collet. After which, the Farce of HIGH LIFE BELOW STAIRS. Lovel, Mr. Farley; Freeman, Mr. Connor; Philip, Mr. Comer; Lord Duke, Mr. Lislon; Sir Harry, Mr. Jones. Kitty, Mr t remote Eras; Living Wrilcrs, Arlisis, and Miisieiana of ICiiglaiid, France, Italy, Gi-rni:uiy, Denmark, Flanders, and America; House of Commons; Law Officers; Foreign Ambassadors; Universities; Literary loslit nlioiis; Musical Performers and Teachers, wilh their Aiidresses; Medical Lcciurers; Teachers uf Languages; Performers at theTheaircs; with many oilier ilallers of useful Reference. Printed for C. and J. Oilier, Vere-street, Tiondslreet. tion ; but nil his efforts lo cxetrrtle it we^fejunsuccessful, the | it greatly at heart to give Ift oor svsiem all the ntahility FOKtlUN I.VTE L LIG�J\ CE. PARIS PAPERS. ADELPHI THEATRE, STRAND. By Authority of ilie Right Hon. the Lord Chamberlain. r|-!HIH EVENING, TUESDAY, Nov. ^;8, J|_ and during the week, will be presented, for the 2<'"
o.i him. Tbe Defeniler at thi� time r/ishril iniirh to be let nwa;, nnd in the course of his cnnveisiition wih the wmrhmai, I'C-.kuawtedged (hat be Ind been employed by.his m:i-t�r. Tl �. Magistrate coosidend the caie altojednr lo ii" ol -i Uititfti public impoilTtiee, that he lemitted ii lo il e SheiifF Mr. CoCKBUnX, Ailrnrale, who attended f r l'l : '* The Inhabitauis of Eilinlmiiih wh.i w:sb lo testify l!:''it' happiness at the ahaodonmenl nt' llie opj^r'-s-ive pior,. --sign. It is impossible to diinlil thai the authors of ih*^ late Bill have fumed the pri'jccl of tiyingin soine olhe'-shape Iheir bafHed scheme of ilegr'atling liei- Maj-siv. an .1 rniMiiig the best inteicslsof tlieangnst F.iiiiiiy to vitcr-ri ..tie belong-.'. Defealfd in their first alteiiijit-disgriirrdln iii = eyes of the people-cousigued lo the ro;ilim|ttof all Eu . rope-deserted by the most rational and rcfpecteil of thi � own adherents - t::ey meditate a nevviitlark rfii liie hniion'' of the (iiieen. -Their speculations nui>t be I'ountl-d on the hope tint the public sentiment, sj ioudiy and uei-versatly expressed, will at length he wearii d nn-t t xhn'isti. , and that the Queen hrrsilf will no longer have p-hiiinr.; 1 . resist such cruel and endless persi cntions. Mu! her M ije'i-ly owes it to Ihe British nalloii to deelai e, t Imi s.Iie bus toe firmest reliance upon their siipiiort as long as she is the victim of opjiressioii ; and to herself she deems it due to aii.;, that no harassing treatment on th.e part of the King's M-nisters will ever shake the duly she owes tci lliis geiieroiii people. She has also the siroiigest conviction llnit th�-King's highest interests are at the piesciil nioinenl as inorii betrayed as those of the .Slnle, hy ihe ivil counsellors ho are now once more plolling hi r desti uctioli. To the ofi'er of money wiib which Lord Liverpool hi's thought proper to accompany his initice of the iiilentied pre. rogation of Farliain. ill, her Majesty has nn answer to givs but a direct refusal. 'N.arly leu monllis have elapsed since his late .Majesty's ileAlli, et proposed for in r. As long as the lliil was pending the Queen saw the pmpriety uf accejting tiie adviincis made for her acromoi-idaiiuo ; but she will not yen pt :is :v favour from Ihe Ministers what a due reganl for the h'jnon-of the Crown would induce Parrnoieiit to grant as a riglil ; and she is still more averse to impose upon the people the unnecessary boideti i.f fintling a Piilace for her, wlu-n tti ; national niuuifieiiiee Ins alieady provided Royal risidencti for all the PrnKei.sts who fili her exalted st ii ion. The Queen expressly commands toe to ruhl, lhat her .'.I^-jpsty, as well as llie King and the countiy, have re.isoi deeply to regret llnit the persons who have involved ull thus.: parties in their present unhappy diffieotties slioulil *Iitl liav-influence lo prevent that aiijustment of differencts which tie. Queen regards as essential to their cotn'noii interest^, H.r iVIajesly has nevi r eiilci tained a d'jnl.l Ihiil the King, if left lo the guidance of his own sound judginenl :ind honoiirafil.; feelings, woiilii at once listen to the Ciinen's eLiinis upon h.s justice, and to the uniied prayt-rs of his ln;.:i! people. I have the honour to he, ii:y I-oril, loitr Lnrd-ihili's ob---dient and liomhie servant, R. KKi'l'EL CRAVE.N. Braudenburgh.house, Noveniher 18, 18'20. EDlNBUHGtJ, November 23. POLICE COURT- JAMKB M'bRAIRE, E8
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