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   British Press (Newspaper) - December 8, 1820, London, Middlesex                                X i' Number 5619. LONDON, FRIDAY|;,l:>liCJ&^BER.8, 1820. THKATREKUYAL, DRUHY-I.A.VC. rffWlIS EVENING, -FKID'AY, December 8, M.  his Majesty's Sexvants will pftform the Cnmedv of WfLD OATS: OR, THB STROLLING GENTLEMEN Sir Gcoree Thiinilfr. Mr. Gallip ; Itovc-, Mr. EDisInn ; Hairy TUunder, Mr. Bariianl; Banks, Sir. I'owrll; John I>ory. Mr. Tlimnpson; E|)hraim Smoolh, Mr. .Miinden ; Sim, Mr. KnizliL Lady Aniaranll), Mrt. W. West ; Amelia, Mrs. Rui^iit^ Jaiic, Miss Kelly. After wliirh, the fjvonritc Rxtr3v.Tj!inza called <;il)VANN! IN LONDON. Bon Giovanni, Mrnl.Tiin-Vpstris ; Lrporelln, Mr. Harley; Mr. FlnrcKliiif Fiiinkin, Mr. ijarnard; .Mr. Deinily EngUsli, Mr.Gattie. Mrs. Leporellii, Miss Cnliill; .Miss t;onstaiiti.i Ouixfitte, Miss Povey; Wr.s. English, 1\1 iss Edwards; Mrs. Uraincintlry, tVIrs. Dobbs; Squalling; Fan, Mrs. Blaud. The Doors will lie opened n( Half-past Six o'Cioc^, and the Peiforinances on each Evening conimcnce al Seven. BoxiE, 7s.;'Second Piite,-Ss: 6d.-Pit. 35. fi.i.; Second Price, 2s.- Lou.-r Gallery, 2s.; Second Price, Is.- Uppe<-Ci.iliery, Is.Sectind Price, 6d. T'laces.to be taken of Mr. Rodwell, in (lie Rotunda of the S=I')oo of .the Ibealre. ' Tomorrow, Gny Hanrierin;: Hen;y Bertram, Mr. Brfliam'.   �� " '     . On Monday, the Tragic Play of Pizarro. The Lord of the Iflajior is in rehearsal, and w.ill be per-fori^^ed in the coarse of the ensoiiis; week. TH RA rii KKO YA L, CO VENT-GA H DEK. rflHIS EVEN'ING,   FRIDAY. Drct-mber 8, &.      will be performed. Shakspeare's Cnmedv of TWELFTH NIGIJT. Duke Orsino, Mr. Abbott; Valentine, Mr. Taylor; Cuiio, Mr. Pyue ; Sir Toby Belch, Mr. Emery ; Sir Andrew AKiit-chefk, iMr. Listen; .Sebastian, Mr. Parsloe ; Antonio, Mr. Chapman ; Roberto, Mr. JefTeries ; Friar, Mr. Atkiiu ; j JVlalvolio, Mr. \v. Farren ;' Clown, Mr. Faircett ; Fahian. j Mr. Dureset; Solanio, Mr. Comer; Benrolio, Mr. Ttnney, fjlivia, Miss Greene; Viola, Miss I\L Tree; INlaria, Mrs. cahhK. The following are the Selections from Shakspearc :- cizl I.-'* Foil luaiiy a glurions Morning-," Sonnets.- Glee, " IVhiir i� Sylvia V Two Gentlroifn of Verona.- Song, " F-ven as the Sun;'" Venus and Aduuis.-Duetto, " Urphfus Willi his Liite;'" King Henry,VIIL . .Act H.-Glee," Come o'er the Brook;" King Lear and Poems.- Glee, "On a day;" love's Labour Lost.-Glee  an.: Chorus, " A Cup of tVine ;" Henrv IV. Part II. Act in.-Song, '< Grubbed age;" Sumiels.^Duetto, " Ccsario, hy the Rnscs of the Spring;" Twelfth Night.- Glee, " 0,hy rivers ; ' Poems. Ac-I IV.-SoHg, " O bow much more dotli Beauty;" Sun. nets.-.Song," Take all my loves;" Sonnets.-Mastjue Glee, ** Come unto these yillow sands;" Tempest.- Chorus, " Daily joyB be still upon you ;" Tempest. .*.ci V.-.Song,** In bowers of laurel;" Poems.-Song, ** Rid nic discourse :" Venus and Adonis.- Finale, *' When that 1 w;is    Twelfth N'ght. In Act IV. will be introduced Shalisprare's Grand Masque of JUNO AND CERES. To which will be added a new Melo.drama, iu two acts, called THE WARLOCK. UF 1 H E GLEN. Clanrpn.ild, Mr. Connor; Ahhlherl, Mister Kodcn ; An. ilrtfH-MncUIeslane, Mr. Fr.i-lty; .Saodie, Mr." Hlanchard ; The tVarlock iif ll'e Glen, Mr. Ahhotl. Adrln, Mrs. Faucit; Marian, Miss" Reaumoot; !Mao<;e, .%Irs. Sterling. lioxfs, 7s ; Srci.nd Price, Sa. Od.-Pit, 3s. 6d.; Second Frier, 2s.-Gallny, 2s.: Second Price, Is.-Upper Gal-Jerj, Is.; StfCoud Price, Cd. A Private Box may be bad for IheSoasoti, or nightly, of Mr. Braiidbn, at the fjox-Office. Places for the Boxes to be taken of Mr. Drandon,at the Box-Oeice, Hart-strect, from Ten till Four. -To-morrnw, King Lear : Kiog Lear, Mr, VandcijhoflT, from the Theatre Hoyal, Liverpoi�l, being his first appearance in London.   ^Viih All the tVorlU's a Stage. On Monday, a favourite Tragedy. On'Tuesday, the bcw Tragedy of Wallace, with No Song no Supper. BEAUTIFUL RESIDENCE AND ESTATE. TO BE SOLD, THAT well-kilowii and celebrateil Soorlinsf Villa called the r.'OLD COTTAGE, late the properly of EdwardTopbam. Esq.wiib the GARDENS, PLEASURE GROUNDS, and alliilhtr re<)uisile appendages suitable fur ii Gentleman's Resii'eoce, and w-ell adafited for a Park of Beagles; willvabuut 378 Acres of good UOLU LAND, in < xrrlleni coitdilion. Also a FAPvM HOUSE, and all other necessary Oul-biiildings, and about 400 Acres of L.4ND adjoining, called Ioral5. By JAME.S JENNINGS. CosDiTTojts : - l. This Work will be printed in Octavo, ou good Paper, and published io Weekly Parts. 2. Each Part will contain, ou the average, 104 closely-printed Pages.   Price 2e. 6d. 3. It is expected thai Ihe Work will not evceed Ten Parts; forming a very handsome V.duine, and peculiarly adapted for the Libriry of every I'amily. London : Priuted fur Sherwood, Nevly, and Junes, Pater-nosteiiow. NEW PUBLICVnONS FOR YOUTH. j By MARRl.S and SON, corner of St. Paul's Church-vnrd. I. rpHE TRAVELLER; or, m, Eotertiiiit- � ing Jooruey round the Habitable Globe. B.^iiig a novel and easy method of siudying Gtogr.aphv, illusirit^d with 42 Plates; consisting of Views of the principal Capital Cities of the World, and ihe Cosloine of its various Inhahi-lanls, iM-ice 6�. half-bnuiid, or 7^. fid. with coluureil piiiils. 2. CHO.SKt)ES and HEKACLIUS; .o-, the Vicissitudes . of a Century : a Talf� f.om the Rooian History.   By .Miss Sandham, Author of '* The Twin Sisters," and many uitier Works puldieheil hy Harris and Sou, with Four Engravings, price 3:t, half hound. 3. The WELCOME VISITOR; or, The Good Uode. A Collection of Original Stories, iStc. for Youth, price 2^. fid. liair-hoiiud. 4. The LITTLE WANDERERS, or History of Two Pretty Orphans ; with eiglit Engravings, price 2s. plain, and 2s. 6d.c*lour9.-' t'','  ��\   Mr. about   live   inilrs   iini 1 h-r-a^i lij:.-; village, in ii very rettrerl iilace, on 'hi! \y.:.--pi.iins, u;lh a nnv-hnin infant in liii :irii)s, ;ri> ri;.|:ieste(l "vjr-. C.'rise Iher hu-baod lieing i.h--iv; to l.ike C'lre "f the chihi for one week, 1- r iv-i'c'i oii^rcd her live d'lilar*: lins ."iie i^fosMJ.'- '!.,� lli^n ( If.T-l her five .loll-rs to keep i' '"� 'l.iy  -'b ref.i^;-'! 1,1 '.i;,-  � i:niMl, h" ipp.e.ired coiiiid-rrnhly {li.-rcr^r-.-r'"--d, p;' ? s;:iii !ie ;'iii u(il like In take it to Mr. Lv-wu':--11.-.^ lie  i!iu ]\w".   In i;o i':�sl any mote l^our'.---, e*. iv 1iii.-.v crijiijMii i'i.;hl ; athilMg, ** It ivilt i-m; rio t:> bif see.n wi-Si the cililil hv li.i-.-ligld." .'i-l r-^. v ih(;:i :Mlvi-f(i hini lo ^t, to :i Mrs. Kimhul!, iv":/ lived a'lout hilf a tiiile south-west of there,!iiriir.-;-.: the phtiiis, and inforineii him thai tVir.s. i\i:nle';r hit' iii'i lioiifd t^, hr-r, a lew dtiy^ beli*:-:', MKit ^' hill   i.Dre  tiKiii  snflii-ieni  niili:  l-ir wt-nt  (;i)i, iiinJ ntnunif-(I �r own c-Mili , AMElilCA. nlw york, octobf.Il 2.3. From Angostura__Captain \'aiiiliiip, wI'd �r- '� rived yesteidnv in 29 days tmm Angostura, yid  |,-'i i fr.piu .St. Euslatia, inlbiins that  new- reii(.-!i.-i.l th;- -former place a few days b-fore he sdled, "iih-: stir-reniler of Carihatrenu to the  Patriots.    A   .'-^iianiih fleet of tine-3-dccUers, two frii;ates, ihmI -ID traim- | pons,   had berii seen off St. Euslatia, supposed bound for ihe Havannjh. 1 I novf.Mr.fp.  4.       i Froii St. Domingo.-PoaT-Au-PitiNct;, (>c- tobeb 10. - A few days since we recelvi-rj 'he ii'iws of the death of Ciiristophe, and the rc--.--.lt  of liie I troops at St._ M-irc,  and ;it a sirnin.^ f'iirM'f.-( in its vicinity, both belonging to that .^Jonarque. I      Parties of soldiers have come in from those pUio-s, 1 bringing the heads of the Gnvertmr of Si. .Marc's, 1 and of the Coliniei commanding; the latter. l:i brluiU' j of their comrades, these ineii have claimed the iirolec-I tion of this Government (under Buyer), whii-h has I in consequence sent off" a considerable body of I troops to take possejsiiii) of those places, ti ii" inl-lowed by all the di-pos.-tbie force now in the Soulli, making ;iltn;;ether from 15 lo 20,000 men. It i? generally believed here that the in i^-s nf (he popnlutioii, under the suc<-e�sor of the hue Kiiii ng visiting tiie Cijpe with his army. Captain Hasiin, of thp schooner IVeymonth, in 92 days front Port-au-Priitce, has lurnislieil some particulars of the dls-aslers by the gale lU that place on the 29!h of September ; three .American vesjeU were entirely lost outside the harbour, and great damage was done to the coffee plantations iu tiie neij^hbourhood. He also informs us that the Emperor Christophe died on the 4tli July last, and that the circumsiatice had' been kept secret till this lime by his family, with a view, it ii. sml, of plircing Ins son on the throne. A'revoli, howf-ver, had taken place among tire troops, and the secret was let out. Active measures were tikeu to fit out all the armed vessels at Port-au-S'rince, and it was believed the I'resident would subjugate the territory of his old enemy without any dilSculiy. november 9. The first business of Congress will be to elect a Speaker in the place of Mr. Clay, who it is understood will deiliue taking his seat. The Gentlemen whom we have heard named for the station are, Messrs. Lowndes, Baldwin, and Nelson, tiud also Mr. Taylor, from this stale. If Mr. Lowndes, will ticcept the office, we presume he w-,U be generally supported. With resp^t to Mr. Tayhir, t!ie course he has pursoeil with rejjaril to the Republican party in this slate since Mr. Clinton ctune into office, has been such -as precludes his obtaitiing the support of the Repuhlictin tnembers. IS'ew York Meeling to Address the Queen of TLitt^Umd.-We have received an account of the proceetlings of the meeting held in this city by British subjects, on Monday evening, at which an Address was voted to the Queen, and which we intend to publish. baltimore, november C. Suicide by an Emperor,-Henry 1. of Hnyti, (ChristO|die}   committed  suicide  about   ten days liefore the sailing of the   Barracoa, whose arrival from Go'iaives, will be found under the shipping head.    He bud been striken with a paralytic alfec-tiouin Jnir,   The army took the advantage of his incapacity to act, and tevnlted-first at St. Mark's. Five regiments at the Canes  were then ordered by Christophe to march against lite insiirgetils.    When I a-sembled, they refu-.ed,  and  turned their arms j against Ihiii.    These are the leading  ficts as yet i communicated.-fPatriot.j j savannah. october ij- 1 HEALTH OF THE CITY, j     There has yet appeared no favourable change in ! the state nf our atnioaplicre, or Ihe character ol our i fevers.   For the last three days, for wlijch we have j official reports, ending on the �vening of ihe lo'h, j there have been 33 deaths, uveragiug II a day. I      It is genetally supposed that the white population of our city, nt this time, cannot exceed 1,000 ; and it is iherehire calculated that one out of every hundred dies daily. A great mortality also prevails among the. blacks. f From the Montgomery Republican of Nov. IS.J MURDER. Among the frequent accotiii's of murder which meet our eye, we do not recollect of one in which a more black-hearted unci- unprovoked tnoiignity was displayed, than io the following ;- Ou-Tuesday morning of .last sveek, just at daybreak, a young man, of ujiparently eighteen or j:;;'! i-.'l iir-ar i*-'- ;ioor, and rodi^-olf in ol .'.i r-.  l-vlllli).il !'.s. t,.';!niH,^' the day, Mrs. Case !ie;-o--.iiii^; ;n--:i(.iM re^p-,'.:'1 "l; Ihe t,\'-. of llie rhih!, ;'-i>-;i -.v|, .1 the i:,-.!-h.iil s-ld, ui:ot lo ,Mr. Ln'.vis'> n!ni .Viis. K 1-n i i-d . 1>'.U i'.e Irad luil (n-cn tliere. S- i; i jiK-tedii^ 11 � v it--f','in;ril ihe initihbuurs livinvi^n t he niiposi � ; siri-f.'l lije wr;u:'s, uiii! dr:-cr;i>eil i.-if iii-ni fiM''.! thr- \:or~:r he   ii) ie.     Iic��_iis  e:l�ilv rer?.iiii?jd t i I it  pil.-:- = v-i.ii had been srf-n cotniiiL; rjui t-l r!ie wo'.ds -lijonc ii-: -.our afler soiiMse, into a i,i::e niiKiiri'.^ in'n t! -l).i'.-!i |,;,rt of line furin of Dime! .\l'Ve..:i. Me ir--fj-iii-cd  :i to Ki'it;-i.of-!i l.-^l i.iL'ii-. a'--' hi5l 1;! ihe pl-iiiis. lit; i-i'i c i-n in tin- d. :-.--_-l 1 "f ihe vii!a_-e, bnl w-j� ir.ic 'i ui::y short i,'i-,;.iin- -on 'lie iv�v. \\ e (--iiMKit i-vpr-ss our a = tnrii^)inj'-:d a'l! r^;\''-^. thill tiie people of that ni-ii^iiii.-n ri i-nd !-'iiir.'r ear so iiniiiir:-ent ohcuL i:,,- ive;,'111 nn oit''-bo-.iiie-s. It w,i.; not iiiilii \".'eilii-.-ii..v ; ;-.-rMr"'. tiiat I nlorlilat Kill vva.s given to the proper :i n i'k..; 1 i :e'-in tl-.is Villa^je. Wiiiie,s~is were iininf-di:''iiv sei-: for, who appeared on Tiiiirsd-iV.  i.;;r(;h, it -/-j-i discovered lying ij;il;ed on ihe grnnnii, tind--r in--boughs of a fallen tree, about it (j-.iiirtei- i>f -.1 nij,!'-snulli-eiitt frotn Iviinbiili'-^. The n itf.des ii:ni e-.l-h rrC-ived -a :,evere coi.t u?t.>ii, ar;l i'.-^ i- r-.:it v.--is cm 1 'Ihe body v/as horii.bly niuiigled, prr.h-iiiiy by ver-nipi. O-.e arm, its noie iiud er.rs, v^-.e- eutir. i'/ J4'.>ne, iis b-i*i-e!s l.iui bare, anj ds ( ,i:;i iiiirl part the head were badiv eaten. i'le thihi w-is :l !'--male. A Coroner's ,Jnry was c-i� led, win relumed a verdict of " Wilfui mtirdcr, hf'-.nme person vn-known.'^ A snidli bundle r.f cii.l i;-s, tli.f a.pp-.MRl of a ijrown fenia'e, with the excep'im of a child's shirt, were found concealeil umler a ii>-^, about four rods from where tiiu boiJj' '.-f tin.' child v.-us found. The Sheriff of thi-i cottiiiy h.-ia oiK-rerl a reward of one hundred tlnll-irs ior the ap;)rt;hi'n>ion of ti:^ murderer. The Icilowiug i;i ihc dr-crijytion of hi-, pi- son, copied from Ihe Sheilii 'j a.iv.-i-; i-.^inenl : - " The murdr-rer Is a alcuder per.^-ni, about nnddle hei;;ht, thought to be a little loiiiiid ..:h..iii ierr-.l, .of light ci-ii.-plexion, light hair, no w hiski-i about IS 01- 20 ye*-M-^ uf agi-, soft smooth voice, :\ud spoke tl-.e l-'.n-.hr.h la;)^'.!ii;-well ; had on a dark straight-boijied ro;ii, ;ibont ini.'.de length; dress generally dark, 'a black t'lir lial,- loleiabiy well dresserl, cloth apparently home-niniie." Notwithsiatiding every possible exertion ha^ hr-.^'n made to detect the i-iolh^r of the child, as i^rll as the murder, not the least trace of either has yci been discovered. {From ihe Schenectadif Cuhiret.) Bai.o Eagle,-On Saturday la-'i "vjr. T. Powell's son (T.iomiis), a ladai.i.nt 12 veirs p|.1, went out v.-ith a gun ou the i'ar:i) u;' !iis t'.-ither, about three miita east of this Ci|-r. lie harf 110: proceeiicil far before he e-pied a bald eagle, perclied on a small tree; the hid crawled up under cover of a brush dence, v. here hy rested hi-' piece, fired, and brought the eagle lo the .ground; but. not being other-.vise than ^ili5h!ly won:;ded in hi., wings, ai so-m as lie to.iciietl ti-e ground be made towards the boy with the fury of a lib;(:r. Ti.e bof not being alarmed iit the iTien^cing 'dP.ludeof th-� eiigle crav/led over the brush lencs -as won as possible, and seized a stake (h.elior unable to get his gun over), with wiiich hiJ heat the eagie s...me time before he was abl-j to level hirn. The enole measures "i /'oet from tho tip nf one wing in the li(> of lite uUier; his talons ;ire nbont three inches long,- and lie weighs about 10 or 12 pound-i. FOKt.lUN !.VTEL LIGKNCE. LISBON -�VTAIL AND SPANISH PAPERS. MADRID,  -NOVEMBER       . The King and Qin.'"!!, as ;vfc-!l .i-< th," oilier iiiPi-i-bers of tile RoJ:il ..inii v,  i'r 93.y Their .Viajeities entered the capital tlii-.- afieimn-, at 4 o'clock, on their reiunffrcru their vii^il to ti;-Escurinl. They eiilereci by the g-ites of S'. Vincent, the garrison aud the National Milida wj.;,-drawn up to receive them ; the concoiu^e m peoiii,: was immense the  evening  be;ng erttreme!vfme_ the -air resouodeil witli the rnes of 7 ,''ve t,-,.,:i,i-r;'-(-I ion fur ever .'" lie new Miui-ler nf War, LVji. CajetivlW Valdes, has likewise arrived here, lisbon, november !!^. In the critical circumstances of the nation, it is very necessary for the public to be on their gu:ird against the suggestions of foolisli parti.sans, which may lead us to u precipice. What happei-ed oi^ the i4th is h proof of 11, though happily no ai\f-fortone resulted from it, aii.d it rather served to sl�w more clearly the good character of the nation ; yet it might have beeii falsi. Far be froni us that system of requisitions  signed   by   pe.'r   

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