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   British Press (Newspaper) - December 4, 1820, London, Middlesex                                .' r ����� !- rriHiS EVENING, WQWlJA'V, f^r*;^; 4,J sL       Majesty'sServania wiH^p^rfprmlherTragi^iPlay'^fi PIZAKRO,. ; ;    V     i   1  Spaniards-AInnzo, Mr. Cooprr (iiis 2'il n)i)iesr.ance iuj tlmt Cliaroc'fr); Pizarrd, Air. ThiirtipBoii; ValVerdp,' Mr. i Hirnaril; I.-ts.t'asnsi Mr. Pope. 'F.lrtr3,M�s-fi'"ver. MDNDi^, DECEMBER 4, 1820 si: Price 7d. * a. ROVAL EXCffAN^ ASSURANCte do hweHy jBtye Notirej that tlieifcaPKAHSFER BOOKS will "be SHUT, Tram Tbureday, tUe Ul^r,nr tte^xeifer iiext^ to 11)nr�ilay, "�        ' -       . th,, ,|,e.ANNUA,U After wliirli, l.Iie ravnimle Extravnganza railed GIOVANNI IN LONDON. Don Gibvamii, iWailaiuc Vestrr.iV"'Lr;ioretlo, Mr. HiirlieJ;; Mr. rioientine Fiiiickiii, Mr. BuKnarii; .Mr. Dt|>iily Riigliali,' ^!r. Gallie. fljrs. Lepq^ello, Miu CNiliill-, Mins tJimfstaiilU,' QiiJxottr, "Miss I'ovey; Mrs. Enstisli, Miss EdwiriN; Mr'a.; Dra'iucoidry, Mrs. Uubbs; Squallini; FuA, Mr�. Blaml. 'I The interior of tbe Tjifttre lias been. co.inplclely embel-i isbed niid newly decorated. ' '    IMaces for the Boxes Id be (iikpn of Mr Rodwell, at ifie . PrivMle Box Entrance, Liltia Runell-strert, until the com.' |t|etioH of the I'oftico. ... Yhc Diiors will lie op�ned ai Half |ias( .Six-,o'iCfock, and-� liie Perfonnances oti-eacli Evenfiie rommenre af Seven. Gallery, Is.; Second IVice, 6d. To-morrow, The Drnmalisi-The .Spoil'd Child-ami Justice, or The Caliph and ihe Cohbler. On Wednesday, nriilus, with The Cliildi-en in the Wood. On Tbursilay, Julius Ca?sar, with A Wild Gooee Chase. �irrEATiiH-itnYAL, covF.rfr.r.AnDiiw ff^lllS   EVENING.   MONDAY.   Urc. 4, jL      will be performed the Historical Trageily of V[KG1N'IUS; Or, THE LIBEPiATlON OP ROME. Appius Clandius, Mr. Abbott; Viiprinius, Mr.Marrrady; Irilins, Mr. C. Kemble; Claudius,  Mr. Connor; Sicciu.^ Di'Dtatns, Mr. Yates; Nnmetoriu.s, .Mr. Egcrtun.   Virjiinia, Mies F.jole; .Servia, l\7rs. Connor. Afirr which, 2-1 lime, a new Mplr>.(lram=�, in two acts, called IMK WAIll.OCK OF iHi: (iLKN. naniiin.ilil, Mr. Cuiiiior; AldlOiil, .Masi.r Undrii ; An.  . Is.; S"'Coiid Prtce, (ill. T.i-mnrrow, ShaUspfare'sCoinedy of Twelfth Ni^lil. On Wednesday, the new Tragedy of Wallace.  l>gh Steward, Aldermen, and Citizens of the City of Clucbeslrr, in Contmun Coooril assembled, be^; to be permitted to lay at (be fnot of the Throne the dccla. ration of oitr steady dud bearlfell attachment to our invn. luable Coiisliluliou, Irusliiig that yuui- Myesly will be pleasi (1 to accept Ibis soler.t:) assnrance iit our seiilimenis as the best pledtfe which we can olFer to the King of a free |Hiople, that, anraln.it every rlToit of iis enemies lo disturb or deiitroy that Coiislilution, ive will reiO'iiti firni in our allegiance lo the Crown, aiiil iiiishakeii in our bUt-Iily to the sa-cicd.person of your iVIaj^sly. At a legs rlistrarted (leiioil ^e should not have presumed ti) iulrude our sciitiininlB upon yotir Majesty ; in oidiunry limes, their uncalled.for avowal might be couslrued into ttuwortby adulation, or m.'.i ike^i fur an osfeniatioiis pretension lo superior loyally. We disclaim all siieh motives- we ore strangers lo any such inducements. But these are not ordinary tioies ; and if we now declare our feeliuzB, it is because we have witnessed with sorrow, a.id with shame, llic active altempts of loo nurty of our lellnw-subjicIs to disseminate doctrines, and to reeninmrnd ineasnres, whieb itppear lu us to tlircateti not the 'J'liroiie only, and the Altar as inseparably couuecled with tlie Tliroue, but the peace of I very ntairs home, and the very existence of lb it ordi-r of things upon which every true ICnulishniaii lesis bis ciiiifi-(leiice of enjoyinjj fur bis i-wii hie, and bis hope of traus-initting to posteriiy all ibe iik'ssiiigs of a free (lovernoient. To cunnierate ihose blessings, tininterrii|)ietlly srcmed to tis since the happy Ac sIy\s itiii.trious ' Family to ihe Throne of these Realms, woulil far exceed the bounds of ibis our huoible Address. Bm, deeply convinced as we are, by ourown txpeiituce, and ro'iilinnecl in that impression by the concurrent testimony of the well-informed of all other nations, that the iustiiutiiios of our own country are practically the best for the senirity of li'e and liberty, for the protection aud growth of iudusir> and properly, aiid-generally-for the moral happioesB of a'l classes of ihe community; we trust, under Uivioe Providenee, to the wiiduni and enerjiy of your Majesty's Counsels, to preserve those institutions from any daugiro with which they may be assailed. For our onrivalled Constitution*we arc inilebled, perhaps, not less to the fortunate comhinatiou of political cbaiices, than tu the wisdom aud vii tue of our ancestors. But revolutions are seldom bloodless in their prngresK. neither arc llieiy a'lwnys favourable lo liberty in iheii- resutls. Let this greiil lesson, witicb all hislury. and the s:)d experience of T)ther couutries iu our owo times, so siiougty incnicale. be duly impressed on Ihe unwary, the weak. Iiut welt meauing, who ill pursuit of visionary improvement.s, iiii;lil otlierwise be inclined lo eucouiiter such fearful hazti-d  efleelual Cure fur EruptiouB ou the Face and Skin, particularly Pimples, Blotches, Tellers, Ringworms, Tan, Suubnriis, Fieckles, Shindies, Prickly Heal, Redness of the Nose, Neck, Arms, &c. and for Scorbutic and Cutaneous Eruptiiins, being Ihe most valuable ncquisiliuu and'appeudage lo Ihe toilet ever offered to Ihe Nobility and Gentry in Ihe yuiied Kingdom. Also, those hishly..esteemed inediciues Ihe CORDIAL BALM of GILeAD, for Nervous and Cousumpiive Dis. orders, and the ANTI-IMPETIGINES, or St)LOMON'S DROPS, for Scorbutic and other disorders originating from a vitiated slate of the blood and lymph-Piice lis per bottle, or four in one family boille for 33�. with Ihe words > Saml.SolomuH, Liverpool," engraved on tbeiilamp. .Patients oil remitting a One Pound Note may receive adrice as usual, by diiccliug iheif tellers (post-paid) to Ibe Tiustccs of Ur.S. Solomon, Gilcad Hou^c, near Liverpool. I lib of Januni^ fothiwio";;^ GENEliAL COURT appoioied by tlieir CharFer, will lie bolileo alibeir Office, on the-|tdyal Eycba'iige, 6i> W - NIi.SDAY,;the 20th of Decembier next, stt Eleven O'C WED-VCIock tS^: the Forenoon; and (bat a Dividend will Be considered uf. at the said Court.r :   . " SAMUEL FEMNING, jun.;Secretary. . The Chair will be taken al Twelve u'Clock ^precisely. JJ.B.-Altendanrc is given doily al the aaiif Office, nud at (heir Offire in PalNma^l, for the Assurance of JBuildinj^s, Goods, Merchandise, Bi>d Ships, in harbour, ia doCRyOr -while building, from-loss oridama|'e by Fire ; and also for .IheAssnrauce of, and ntlug Annuilices on. Lives. ' AtLAS ASSURANCE COAIPANY. I^IFE DEPlARTMCNT. jiERSONS/assiirtid: foe tl^e wlmle Iwjft of .L,tfe << ivllj^bay^An nil^ition bjifiii to ^heJp-Pilicirt-every i^J^eni^i'iiiriTie pr'toctple' so beneficially �practised till tntelffaX Ilie Eli�ilah!e Assurance Office; or the amount thereof maybe applied in reduction nf the future payments ofj'rnmiitm. Policies mav also be eff ried for lite whole Jerm of Life on a plan peiiitiar to this Office, whereby the Premium is payable/br a Jixcd number nf years only. riRE DEPARTMENT. Policies for 3007. and upwards will be entitled undet- the system of^Assuranre practised by this Office, to participate in the surplus Premiums every fifth year, provided Uo claim has been m.;ule for loss. Proposals fully explanatory of the Principles nnd Rates of the Company, may he bad al the prinripal Office in Cbcapsiile,   Loudon,  and   of the several Agents in   the """"^ HENRY nE.SBOROllf;H, Jnn..Secretary. Chcapsirle, London, November 22, 1820. TO SOLICITORS, BANKERS, AND OTHERS, IN THE COUNTRV. Gentlemen who are williug to act as Agents for the Alias Assurance Company are rrqneste  and a fulUpajr ^i^^iapji^ditted November 16^ SlstllitlO'i-Cornet JamejS.^Alexander L�i^ Loughborough, from the 9ib Light Dragoons, lo be Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Thompson, who retires-dated July 9. 1820. 3d Rcgiitient of Foot Guaida-Captain John Frederick Cl-ewe, from the 17th Fool, lo be Lieiilenanl and Captain, vice Hamilton, who exchanges-dated November 23,1820. llih Regiment uf Foul-Ensign John Henry Kerr to be l.,ieiitenant, without purchase, vice Lauder, appointed to the 7th Royal Veteran Ballalion-dated as above. Ensign Thomas White, from the late Corsicao Rangers, lo be Ensign, vice Kerr-dated as above. 35lh ditto-Captain George Augustus Delhosle, from half-pay 4lh Vfrst Lidiu Regiment, to be Captain, vire John Morgan Phillpotis, who exchanges-dated as above. 5lst ditto-Ensign Edward St. Mawe to be LieutenanI, by purchase, vice Ellibtt, pronluled-ddled November Ifi, 182(). Edward Johnston, Gent, lo be Ensign, bj[ phrchase, vice St. Mawe, promoted-dated as above. 62d ditto-Assistant-Surgeon .Robert Gibson, from the 1st or Grenadier Foot Guards, lo be Surgeon, vice Maekesey, appointed lo Ihe fl.">th Fool-dated November 23, 1820. 67th iliito-James Gilchrist, Gent, lo he Ensign, without purchase, vice Eliol, piomnted-dated as above. 88ih ditto---FitzRuy, Geot. to be Ensign, without purchase, vice Wynne, promoted in the Cape Corps- dated as above. Cape Corps-Ensign Joseph Wynne, froth the 88th Foot, to be Adjutant, with the rank of Lieutenant-dated as above. 7ili Royal Veteran Battalion. Lieutenant George Lauder, from Ibe lllii Foot, lo be Lieu- teuaut-r-dited as above. Article 1. Memoirs of Oliver Cromwell. By Oliver Cromwell, Esq. a Descenilant of the Family. II. Advice lo Jnlia; .1 Leitrr in Rhyme. III. Ur. Riinkeii's Hi.ilory of France, Vols. VII. and VIU. IV. Moor's Greek Gi'aiuinar.   By Neilson. V. 1. The Miiiiasicry, a R.imanre. By the Author of " Waverley." 2. The Abbot, being the Sequel to The Monaslcry. VI. t)xley's .loiirnals of Two Expeditions into the Interior of New Soutii Wales, in 1817-18. VII. Erncsiiis Bercblold; or, The Modern CEdipus. By J. VV. Poliduii, VIII. Posthumous Letters from various celebraled Men; with Aiinulalions, &c.   By George Colman the Yonnger. IX. Postscript.   Notice of Mr. Jackson's Letter. X  List of New Publications, Literary Information, &c. '  Printed for G. and W. B. Whiilaker, 13, Ave-.Maria. lane; and Rodivell and M.irlin, Bond street, London; and W;i�gb ami liiues, Edinhnrgb. BUIIGES.S' F-SSENCE OF ANCHOVIE.'s. Warehouse, 107, Slraud, corner of the Savuy steps, Loi'doii. JOfIN RUHGESS Mini SON, being npprised of the uunicruus endeavuurs made by many persons to impose a spurious article for their make, feel it incumbent upon thrin to request the attention of Ibe Public, in pur-cbasiug what ihey conceive :o be the Oiiginal, to observe Ihc Name and Address corresponds with the above-the general appearance of Ibe spurious desciiplioiis will deceive the uii-guardeil, and for their ilelection, J. IJ. ami .Son submit the following Cautious; some are in appearance at tirsl sight " The Genuine," but without any Name or Address-some '* Burgess's Essf'iicre of Anchovies"--others " Burgis's" - aod many more without Address. JOHN BURGES.S and SON having been many years buuound with such ilisliiiguisbcd approbation, feel every s�aitiraeut of respect towards the Public, and earnestly so-Heit them to inspect the Labels previous lo purchasing what lliejr conceive to be of their make, which they hope will pre. vent maoy disappointments. ' BURGESS' NliW SAUCE, for general parposes, having given uch great salisfaeliuu, coni inues t.i be prepared by ttwita, and is rreonnneiidi'd as a most useful and coiivenient S6ues-will keep good m all elitnatrs. Warehouse, 107, Strand, roi iier id' the Savoy-steps, Lon-iluii-(The Oriuinal Ftsb-.Saure Warehouse.) BISH'S THANKS TO THE PUBLIC FOR PATKONIS- ING HIS CONTRACT. rW\ CISH'S (Joi'Ir.iCt l)o;i^-caiicluilL'il, he feels M-  ii a duly be owes to Ibe Public to express the deep sense lie f iilei-tniiis of the very liberal manner in which that Contract was pitronised. That his endeavours to please all Classes uf Advrniiireis have succeeded beyond his most sanguine cxpecialioiis, ihe extensive Sales of Tickets and Shares (but tro.il parlieularh/ ut hlsown OJficeiJ furnished the best prouf; aiiit he now feels slil! greater pleasure in being able lo congr.-ilulair ibe Public ou their great Succr.ss, as SEVEN Prizes of 2e,0(10/. besides others of 10,000/, &c. were distributed einongnl tlnni by hiinself, and the other t>ffice-keepei s. A new Lottery was ciinlracled for on Friday last. Tickets and Shares for wlneii will be on Sale in a day or two. The bladings were us uiidir: ��   i.   d. J. and J. Sive^right ............ 13   8    (> Thomas Biab.................. 13   7    9 George Carroll................ 13   3    3 Hazard nod Co............... 13   3    3 Messrs. .S-IVEWRIGIIT being the highest bidders, were of course declared ihe Contractors. The Drawiog will coni' ineiice on the 23d of January Uhe i)ay that Parliament meft). The Scheme has nut yet received the sanction of the Lords of the Treasury, but it is said locoiilaip the unprecedented number of NINE Piizis of 21,000/.! and not Two Blanks to a Prize. Office uf Ordnance, November US, 1820. Royal Regiment of Attillery. Brevet-Colonel  and   Lieulenant-ColOiirl  George   Bulteel Fisher to be Colonel-daled November 6, 1820. Brevet Lteuienant.Colonel aud Major Percy Drummond to be Lieuleoant-CulonrI-dated as above. Brevet Major and Captain George Skyring to be Major- dated Hs uliove. First LieutenanI Basil Robinson Heron tO be Sei:ond Captain -dated as above. Second Lieutenant Henry Francis Slater to be First LieutenanI-dated as above. Captain James PallisuH Adye, from half-pay, to be Captain -dated as above. Bi�t*}?�BeiwnTX?eorgel)bytei^ftjih half-pay, to be Firs! Lieutenant-dated as above. Second Lieutenant Samuel James Longmore, from half-pay, to be Second Lieutenant-d.-iled as above. First Lienlenant and Adjutant  Willium Saunders lo be Second Captain-dated November?, 1820. Commission signed by ihe Lord Lieutenant of the Cownty of Lincoln. Clifford King, Esq. to be Deputy Lieutenant-dated Novem-ber 13, 1820. Commission in one-meichant, at leU) al Guildhall, i';! ember iiO. J. Watson and H. Watson, of Friday.slreel, Lti.-don, warehousetnen, at leu, at G.uildhall. Dieember30. A. Hently,. of Gower.streel, Bedford-square, '^i^ .t'd^eaex, builder, dl feleven, at Guildhall, Loudon. Dccrniber 23.   E. Hill, of Union-row,  Little Tower.hill, Lo.iilon. corn.factor, at len, at Guildhall. December 23- C. IVtillliouse, ufSleaford, Lincoln, slalioner, at iwelve, at Guildhall, London. Derc.^lber 23. H. W. V.Klefi, lale of Narrow-wall, Lambeth, .Surrey, and uf High-Holborn, Limdtfn, oil-merchant, at IweivC; at Guildhall. Drcrinber i3. J. FiKgerald, of Vine-street, Narrow-wall, Lainbetb, and of Devonshire-street, Kennington, Surrey, rimbir-merchant, at twelve, al Guildlmll, London. Deicmber 11. L. Hullis,  of Birmingham, victualler, at eleven, al the Royal Hotel, Temple-row, Birmingham. December 23. R. Malcom, of Ashbonrne, Derby, tea-dealer, m ;welvej at Guildhall, Loudon. Pcrrmber 23.   W. Chapman, now or late of Gravesend, .'Cc.il, proviBion-oierchant,at twelve,at Guildhall, London. D.ce:idier 23. T. Kent,  late of Loudon-street, Ralcliffe, Mid-lesex, mealmao, at len, at Guildhall, London. Dc c iibcr 16. J. W. A Snuggs and J. Waliey, of Lime. v.icrt, Luadtm, merchants, at twelve, at tiuildbalL J.iui'ary 23. D. Freeman, VV, Sykes, and J, 'Freeman, of Chu.-ch-slreet, BcrmBUdsey, Surrey, anil also, of Bristol, 'ea.h<'r factors, at twelve, at Guildhall^ L,nuduu. O.CC- ber 16. J.-Gomm, of Buckland-^ommun, near Wen- (1- vcr. Bocks, limber-merchaut, al twelve, at Guildhall, l.o'nton. Di(Ciuberl6. A. Spear, lale of Brisinghall-slreet, London, III' rcbant. at twelve, at Guildhall, Dcc-.ii'.)er 16. T. WesI, of Gracechiirch-slres-t,  London, whidcsale.perfumer, at twelve, al Guildballj London. Dcc-mber26. C. Poole, of VVh.itecrosa-slreet, London, wil- l.n;-squaie-manufarlurer, al twelve, al Guildhall. Dcc-.-j..ber23. C- A. Pbtlipp^ aud T- Philipps, now or lale of "iiirord,  Pembroke,  bajikers,   al eleven, at Guildhall, r.oiidon. Jannaiy 1. J. Tozer, of Bristol, woollen-draper, at twelve, a. ihe Commerci&l-rooms, Bristol. CERTIFICATES -Decem6e1i 23. H. Hooper, of Bristol, merchant.-Win. Bosher,of Aiders-gale-slreet, London, wholesalejeweller.-J. Field, late of N'.;W'rate.market, London, butcher.- Tupling, of Ihe ."^tranrl, Middlesex, jeweller.-J Cadogan, of Water-slrect, Strand, Middlesex, carpenter-C. M. King, of Upper East .Smiibheld, Middlesex, wiuemerchanl-J.Thackara, late of i'.lallby, TTork, but now of Rotherham, millwright.-J. Saxon, of Qneen-sireel, Cheapside, London, warehouseman. _T. 11. Smith, of Chancery-laue, Midfllesex, tailor.-R. Sheppard, of Boston, Lincoln, cornfacior. PRICE OF SUGAR. T'e aveiage price of Brown or Muscovado Sugar, com-om e 	o  . 		s>		B		5	  	a	'a	 		83	o	53	a.	O	aq d.	d	s. d.	d	-s. d	*. d	*. d.	s. d. 56   4	33   5	27   9	20   3	38   fe	40 10	22   6	0  0 A 'erage Prices of British Corn in Scotland, by the Quarter of Eight Winchester Bushels, and of Oatmeal per Bollof |-:i.Si'is. Scotch troy, or 140lbs. avoirdupois, of the four Weeks immediately preceding the loth of Nuvember, 1820. 						..J	w 						a	 	<� J**	2		83	i	"a	1* s. v'.	s:' (I.	s.  d	s,   d	s. d	s. d	*�. (/.	 t6   8	38 10	27   7	21   6	36   1	35   9	17   9	25   0 PARTNER.SHIPS DISSOLVED. .1. Blmit aud T. Bowman, of Broad-strert-biiildiogs, London, Eoliritors; November 6, 1820.-S. Dickinson and T. Tliompson, of Kingston-npon-Hull and Sculcoates, attor-iieys; Nov. mber 30, 1S20-T. Thornton, (L M. Iloare, i). Walters, T. W. Goodwyu, T.Thornton the yonnger, aud W. Everest, of the Red LU�u Brewery, Lower K-asi -Smiih-fii Id, so far as relates In the said I". Thuriiion, D. Wallers, and Ti Thornton the yonnger; June 24, 1816.-L. Wollen and E. Browne, of St. JamesVstreet, Westminster, milli-I'Cia; Sei)lember 29, 1820.-T. SherrotI and D.Gibson, of C.niel-couil, Bartholomew laur, stock-brokers; November ".4," 1820.-D. H. Taaksiand H. Baxter, of Broad-slreel-btiildings, London, merchants; Augusl 8, 1820.-VV. Pitt aud J. Keunard, of Giltspur-slreel, London, inanufnclnrers and venders of ginger.beer; January 1, 1820.-G. Day ami ;'. Day, of Cheapside, mercers; November 23, 1820.-C. Pound and W. H. Pound, of London, woullea drapers, De-cember I, 1820. INSOLVENT DEBTORS. I'ETirioNS OF Insolyeni' DEBToas, tobeheaid i-t the Qnildhdir, VVe-stniinMer, on Friday, iln i' r, plnmbe'r and gl..2Jer. .   Bruncllr. Simon, Ijie i.f N.>. 13, Castle.ctreft. Rloircns-bury, Midillesex, goldsmilfi and jrwellir. Slocomb, Henry I'siied as Henry Slocom'n ). late of M.-!'- -narboor. Drvonshire. mill, r, Llnyrl, lUcliard. firoKrly of Hiib-stretl, .>'i4il�t )1, ^"    -diesex.  ami  l.*;e vf Aldgate Higb-^lrec-r,  London, i i and draper, now of No. 35, Jamaica sireci, Cominej t ii<-road. Hdmplon, Jnlin, lale of Cam-slreet, Manchester, Lancashire, jointr and Irnnkand che31--makcr. Magnire, Edwnrd, formerly of Tlioriify, Cambridgeshir' , afterwards of IJeAn-strect, Sobo, afterwards of VortiiL'al-stieet, Lincoln's Inn.fields, afterwards i f Dnke-atreel, Poi'i-Und.place, afierwards of Fish-slrcet-hill,, afterwards ^  e-road,'ao
                            

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