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   British Press (Newspaper) - November 30, 1820, London, Middlesex                                TaBAVRB-mYAL, DttUltY-LAtlE. THIS EVENING, THURSDAY. Nov. 30, � bi� Majesty's Serviinls will pprfornj (3d time), a, atvf B!u3ir.ii Drama, iti three nclaj called JXJSTICE ' Or, THF. CALJBH AND THE COBBLER. Till- Culiph, Mr. Cooplr; Giaffer, Mr. l''oote; Knlfd, Mr. fl:i.l.y ; rall..r �*\ Tu looclude wirti (jSlliltirqe), a new Cumic Farce, i" two  ;        called '     '  ' A W'ltB GOOSB-CH.WE. ,      - Ttip priirripal Ciiariicifrs {>y Mesars. Miitulen, Rjiasellj Caltip;,,KniBMj^VtoHijr, 'R&?4*'-"<'� Harlpji Mra. H&rhi**, Wisn ^'�pilfisoni^'lis?Tid�welt, nnd ftlrt. Oljer. . The interior *f (he Tlieatre lias been etMnpletcly eajbej-ItsliP'l :whI uewlvtlfcorated. fill-cliief (lart of the'Scenery haa been rrpainted, and a new Arcltileclural Drop Scene, -desigiifd and tsecute^ by Marinari. The I'nblic will als^i obsKrvp, that external accommniU'-tiuii Ii04 not been iieglcittd, � coinmtMliuus Forlico hariiig bt'j'ci crrrttd in Krydges-sti-eei, i'lnris fur the Unxts to be taken of Mr Rndwtll, at trie P.-i�;i.le Kox Entrance, LiUk- IlnssfII street, uutil the   lie Pi-iftirmaijces on each Cvening commence at Sei-t-n. (ic-x-!), 7s.; Srci^nd Price, 3s. 6d.-Pit, 3s. Cil.; S.'CtiJ P. lie, 2�-Lower Gallery. 2s.; Second Pike, Is.-Upper (i.i'leiy. Is.; Second Price, 6(1. Tu-morro\r, Justice-The Ctiilt^ren iii l!'e \\\km1-otid A Wj.'tl Guos-'e Chase. rg-M.'l.S F.VF.NiNG.  THUH^DAV. Nov. 3v, HOP. ROY iVlAC(mEaO!i. '-'-r Ftedeiirk VefiliM*, Mr. F.i;rrli�i> ; Ra.^'iilt iijl) ().ilialiii--l.-x.,*, .\jr. Abboll ; Fr:inr)5 t)^;hal'ijslO)ie, Mr. Dnrnsel ; ll..:i f?.iy Macgrceor Campbell, Mr. iVIarready ; Ooneal, Mr. i'niejv; HajIIio Ntrol .darvie, AJr. Lislon. Diana Vfrn  an* GEORGE   C<1tMA� tbe Elder, wilh Annolallononnd  y is ptitilished, in one- \\rf^ voluine Svo. price X!2a. in bodrdA, - icj^ J{^yi'��~�Q))t^,i>rtnc|!^^ laid down bf  . jjrtcc li in boards, i Sermons, 1.V the l.i.e V.rv ll-v. isaac MILNER, DD. F.K S. and F.A S D ri ;r, and l-iieasian Professiir of M *lbenntics in ih.al UimefKity I'riiile.l for r. Cadill, in liie Strand; anj W. Biarkwood, ^Uiiibnrgh. Of whom may aim he had. The WORK.S, complete, of Ihe I.Ha Rev. JO.SEPH MiLNER, A.M. .Ma..ter of the Gra.iiniar School, and af. terwnrds Vicar of the Holy Triniiy Chnrth in Kingston-iipon Hull ; now fiist Celluted and Ediied by the late Rev. liiaHC .'JlilHei. D D. in eichi large volumes Sru. with a Portrait, price 4' 16s. in boards. *^1t Phis F.diiioH comprehends the fiil'ow'in;; ^Voiks, each of whirh (oavuUo be had separately, v:z. 1. file mSrORYof Ihe CHURCH of CHRIST (continued on the same plan, by the Dean of Curiisli-), five volumes, (irirt- 3/. in boards. 2. PRACriCAL SER.MON.'; to whifh is prefixed, an Acconni of the Life and Character of the Anilior, by the Dean of Caitiiile; two volumes, price If. 4�. in boards, 3. TRACTS and ESSAYS, Theological aud Historical; one volume, price 12a. in boards. This day is published, LACKWC>OD'S EDINBURGH MAGA-^ 21NE, No. .:!{nv. For NOVEMBER, 1820 - l^iiii �L��p of tfie'Disco.Ttrie^i^niaile in the Polar Sua by Caplsin Pari'vl. " " --  . Contexts:-1 Hora- Cantabrij^iensea, No. VI. Lock-and-Bar, 'i I!.,lany Bay Ecloeur-11. A Visit to the Lunar mBmBCCSEStSSSBISSSi -   MR. UTrRHSf�*f**!SftT*AtTS *Wb;PRf*Tft TO.ee5.o�iM�r-AUCTION, 'B}^M|:i;5EyANS,   ... At bisHonsr, te'^M^^ai.*^ on MONDAY JNEXTi DecswUer-^^jifDl^T.ito fallowing ^PHE Choia-'Cflf^eriON oF feNOUSfil 'ff and FOa'EJ<3N iWMSSiCrS^ 81 i�c�II�neoiis ft-inl�, and Dra..io^, iif:'1iffieI' Tt larjjs ossttr-m'ent oT^T&lie.*^ �^'ih [T finx^, !iV)Ui�s�=Bl,*bar4�>n, laieflTSUify SLCitwabaVj in the ' couoly of Sulnilk', carter. ! I'UOM THE U>NrA)N GAZETTE. Petitions of [NSoLreMT Debtobs, to be heirrf at the Gtrtieral Qitailtrr SessiiniH of thr I'eata', to be hi,>[c!eo al the C�s<-fie�.   He lia|i|ir(jrH l� lie lit Etrglaiid when tliese �fei'e {fr�t me^itioned ; tftheii I lie iirolectitiir dhiy^m butter wras iirofJOSed, what sairf the Eiljjil>h?       ^ the PatJtarneiit i�ai)t orrt Io allow OS to f*'<( hutttr i'll otrr   rrtiiffiiiii,   Htid  wlieii   tbe Com Prmeif-iiig   Dtities  v�ere  in   [irOgrena,  tli�-y  cri d ni.t, rfcal it   vrnd only for   tbe   purpoSe of  i-wel ii�.{ the ovtrgrowt) (iroperiifs of Irish 'Stjotre-.   liuc only that sonje (iflectiu^ duty was enforced, wJrat <:OulH becntae of iho.ie who {jave their all to siip-fjort iN- Governoieci in tt-" most trytnj� esigei!�.ied, .and only for wtiotJi iroiitd not an iroti d'-i(  l(ie regiiLrini) of InkinL; I lie averas^e (iiices, wlji'ij. tie coii>iilered onijh! not be taken I'rutli o.'ie nuiih't dny, lint fiinn Irireenr   four   in   sticces-sion.    The next siihj>-ct wliicli iie t':;(nio|,1. ^|l(�i^lld  iDfii'.^i: ilieir atieniion, w-hs ilie fiee exportafion of Irisli .-iiiril-, and tl'Ht they oi;f;ht nol Le put under ony l:si-il difficullies lo anvwer the cupidity of c-ertaiu iiiijivi-dnals.    He rerolltet'.'d, on one occasion, �vlien u respec'able iinblic char.icter,wlioin he bad thelioiiour of ca!r!ii>^  lii'i fiiend, llie Kniolit of Kerry, was arguing the question, lie told the {louse of Con;-nions, tliut if ihey bad once experience o! llie ^nnd At Brecon, to ihecooniy of Brecon, on the I8fh j day of December, 1320, at ten o'clock in tiie j fbreiiooti : - i Thomas Jonra, l3l� of Cuedycymmar, in the county of | Brecon, innholde'r. \ Edward Junes, late of Chappel-mill, near Abergavenny, io the county of Mou'noolh, miller. Jolia Bennett, late of Brecon, tn the county of Brecon, inn-holdcr. At tite Gniidhnll in and for tbe city of Norwich, in.tile cooiny of Norfolk, on the 22d day of Derember, laSO, at te;i o'clock in the forenoon. Bzelriel Pa^e, late of the city of Norwirh, pnblican. Chartet Slipper, late of the cily of Norwich, fruilcrei- and j poulterer. j   ' Edward Spuoner, late of the city of Norwich, woollen-draper. { Jonathan Townsbend,. lale of ihe city of Norwicbj brick- ) layer.                                                                                 \  I John Thwaifes, late of the hamlet of Hellcsdoq, in tins  ! county of the city of Norwich, miller. i John  Myall Davis, formerly of Great Yarmouth, io the < county of Norfolts, and late of the ciiy of Norwich, dyer.       } John Fatter, late of the city of Norwich, carpenter aud buiWrr. cjualities of our Irish whiskey, us a beverage, they Samuel Love, the younger, late of the ciiy of Norwich, ; ^^.^^k, j,,^,,. stoma.'lni thev plumber and E^lazier. James Sweet, late-of the city of Norwich, gard!�et. and-Bar, a IJuany Bay Ecloe fj-XXII. The Qneeirs 'trial-XXlll, Mr.llaydons I'l-I or--XXI V. Remarks on I'aptaiu Parry's I'Wpedilion.-XXV. Literary and Scientific Iiil'llis;cn( e-XXVI. Works preparinj for Viihlicalion- | XXVII Monihly ListofNew Pub) cations-.XXVl 11..Month ' ly llesister, Jic, Printed l,,r T Cadell and W. Divi.<, Sliand, London; and William Ularliwood, No, 17, Prim e's-.iireei, ll'liohnrjrh. A RUMP STEAK AND HALF A PINT OF WINE FOR 1�. 9d. John waruen, Y...k Tavu^m, Sweeting's-rents, Cornhid, rrspeetf'ntly inl'tom?* his Friends, Gen-tUmen who frequent Tllauge. iicr. lhat he still contiiiiifs to gtv. a "Oiisi .xcellmt Uiinip Sleak. VeKl Cnllel, or Mnilon ff.Oj.i, Vegetables, ficc. iueludetl, Willi iMlfa |inil of Wine, for !�.<'.I. A'o. Ihe finest Port, Sherry, Bneellas, Vidouis, ic. all al Jl.. Ihe tjollle, 2s ihe pint, and Is the hHifpnii; Cl.oel, 'ork, his L\rt-l:eney the Make (if S.in Carhis, the .Spiuiisii �' Ambassador, an.! ino.stofihe Nnhility. } 0\VLA^.^)'S Al.SANA li.MTf? AC P ; ..r, j Ahyssiiii.in  ^jn-iifn.- fin- IlieTeijIh and (innit-Tina : iiitatnuble  .S)k.( llie ha.; hi eti   Ml  I'lijh eKtiinaluin I'or nritiy { yraiSj and 11 eoinnieiiiit-d by 111'' first t'hvsiniiris.    lis [ "ItS L'ESS' NEVV SAUCE for general (inr- i '|u-riies an- Imly u-oii.h-rful ; il iKinnrliately r.lii ves ihe ' nnr.l  violent Tooili.acli,  ch-aii^;tR ami hc-nil I fn s t In.'IVnh ! 4^ p..sis having e'vci'i surh great approbalion, and ihc .iiinsiid lor il contniuiu!: tn increase,JI)HN BURGE.*;S an.l S.JN l.i;: m.ist res|iiclfnlly to ofl'er ibis Ihei,-bisl ackliow-I -:i�(ii<-iil� lo Ihe I'nblic for their liberal palmnaire of liie sir.*-; it.s utility and irreat convenience in all chniates has r./ (:potiiIote_nt lo families, all possible I'are has been resort- j i-.l Iti, Iiy each buttle heiii^ sealed upon the cork wi(h their J Finn aJtd .Address, Rs-well as each Label having their Signa- j beantiful, and fire from pain, I 1       wilboul which it cannot he Pennine i It is an i-xrellent StgiiMchic.- Prue 2s. '.)J-4s, tiJ.-and ) �--cayed Tedh pi^in^i i'lin, rciieiris Hi** Tailar from ih.' Teeth, fastens Iho-e tlml ;:rf Iuok,*, mid nl'kiS Ihe 'I\elh heanlifntly uliile anii tiiiifoltn ; rli-.insiH the Setirvy from the GimlH, rem'iOis Ihein tinu mul heallliy, t efrevhes I lie iiioii 1 h ilni ing diiea^i- afler meiliciiie, ami iiujiarts a su eel iif-s-; lo Hie breath It is poifeclly Iniioei-iil, �o lh:U a clnlii may I �ke il, yi t contains ihoSe iiifsljnjiihlf j,roperTie� lion, if  or and supervisor of woollen-cloth. At lie Castle of York, in and for tbe Norib Rid-ilio of ilic foiiiily of York, on the  u a hearty Uugb on the occasion, and he believed tbey themselves could all manifest the truth of the remark from tbe same exfierience. At all events he trusted tbe distillers of En}i;!atid would oive them a fair price for their grain, if those of Cork did not; and concluded a very able and lengthened speech by decbirinir, that lie did not come prepared to submit �ny Resolutions lo the meeting, but be thought some notice sBgiiM be fukeu of the difference which exis'ed in the price of grain between the Dublin and Cork markets; be would therefore suboiit one to the followiog effect, aud called ii|>oii rbe Secretary to take it down :- " "RpSolvcd--Tfirn a great ao^ mtoous differeoce cx^ts in the price of Barley, between the Cork and Dublin markets, aud that tbe cause of this diSerence, so ruinous to our iDleresti!, he inquired inlo." ' Dr. O'LeaRY said,whilethe Resohiiion was preparing, be asked, was it the intention of any Gentleman C'lmected with any of those esiahlijliint^is of this city, to which Mr. Collis had alluded, to offer any explanation to the uieeiiD); on a matter io vjh ch their interests were so deeply affected Mr. Oeamish here rose anjl said, lhat he was for 28 years engaged in the biewing aod mailing business in this cily, aod during that period he trusled be bad rendered some service to the agricolture of this county ; he therefore expressed some surprise that ibe conduct of himself and his partner should be arraigned in this pbbi:c manner. He would, however, offer some observalions by way of I ex|ilaiialinn : In theyear 1792, iMesais. Crav.Tiird, Rarreti, and biinself, effecleil a partnership ; at tiiat penodall our porter was received from England, and ibe price of barley was onlv '20-..; wbeu tbey commenced business tbey oi)ened the price at thiity sbillinjrs, which created some surprise amoni; the Bgricuhural ger.lletneo of the county; since then, at different periods, tbey ottered, price* higher than cwuld be supported, or supposed, Iromhi wish to advance the agriculttire and growth of this article; they gave 50s. 60�. and 70^-during some o.f the last years. In 1819 ihey opened Bl 40s. but ih.* year they delayed as long as possible to open a price unt'l tbey could procure inforuiJlion from hU parts of Ireland, rehilive to thecropand ihe pricesiu olber places. In Li'iiericli they found the pries opened �i 203.-in Waieiford 203.-andinYoughal much .at the same rate. We ascertained tltat the crop bad bad been iiiOBt abundant in all parts of irtlauci, and lhat it was equally so in Etiglaiiil. Having a larg^ slock on hands from the former year, and findiuir also lhat our consumption hat-1 considerably di.'ui- Kol bis lofts crowded, and tindiiif; more pouring in, lieibcii said be otlet'd too ranch, iind wrould lake | nislied,   il naturally required thai greai caoiiuu no more, so that at Us', be t;ot it so low as l6s. tb^ j ,|,uuld be used in oar proceedings, bauel.    From lliis be said be would nol fall to cun- \Ve found u necessary then to limit the buyers, and that thty every Ge:it!eman wlio beard hini, or who w ,s ' slionid receive ihi.s article in small :quantults.    We. ecied-witb tbe uoriculinie of the county, that i l.ov.ever, opened the piice al2&.., when a g.eat abun- daiice poured in, and unless tbey became the (. r tl.'* ability to receive all lliiit offered, aod weie tkiert-lore oblioed lo limit the.qudi.lity each ilay. Ktoi:i IbesB various i-ames they wee iie.cessiiaied to rure. r ihe price 10-24-., and weie ccntinuiiig lo take in �i ibat piice, until they found that, unless iliey were to become tbe sole buyer* they could nut cmitioue , at ihis rate, nnd therefore lowered ihe price to 22-. It has been .stated, said Mr. lieaoHib, that the price in Dublin vs higher than m Cork ; but at lliis iieriod of Ihe 5 ear there is lil^ie cirn sent in.o. Dnbiio maikel, because the ,-ea�o 1 is crt-ner.i'.^y tarlirr bv one month tn the Boulb oi IreUod, ai.iii he believed if a (air average was struck of ti.e prir* ol the Dublin maiket, it would be lound to be only  123. iiisiead of 15s. Many observaiions bad been made on ilie imrcbuse of barley by the Wincbesier biisliel, bat he considered the iniroduclicn ot ih;� Hiraligemelil hud beea of essential service to IIh: ngiiculuire of the county of Cork.-f Hear, kear.J - Previous to this regulation the couiitrvmaii brought his barley lo market filled wtilh dijt and small jtones, which must have tended lo deiireciaa vliii-e i.'iHi- all iheir propert'es were put in Ibe power of certain individuals, and that if tbey received their rents at iill, it would depend inncb on ihe brewers of this town. Wiien ibe tax was tirsi laid on malt, 481b. was tbe standard for tbe Wincbes'er bushel, and Wi.s luid on fairly by a measure ciih'ed a coniiloine-ter, which formed an aliquot part of the bosbel. Me baw bis own b.irley wetolied in this mslrnnient by an uriis:in, who was kept by those greui liunsrs for tbe purpose, and who weiobed il ns lifjhtly as possible, when it only pruduceil 49 and a frucli'in, but be struck llie uieusure two or tliree limes, and II then produced 53 In one of tlio.se years of revulsion, 1815, wiiich w�s i.lsr, a bud se.oson, llie avcruoe ol llie wri.rlit did not reach 45, Biidtiie [irice was llieii only 20s. bin a deibiillon. was made of 2". on each piund from 50, so that llie price to tbe tenant scarctly amounted lo 10. iuiHe rule, tbe brewers may raise il to 51, 5-2. or even 53, and by ibat means re^^iila'e H)e ^alue of all their propsilus ! It was well known; that a de-prtcialion on one spr-cies of j?r.iin operatsl upon all o'hera ; the price of oati affected all. |\Vhy not, therefore, put il out of the power of inigvidu-als lo   

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