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   British Press (Newspaper) - December 12, 1820, London, Middlesex                                Number 5622. LONDON, TUESDAY. DECEMBER 12, 1820 THBATRB.ROYAL, anmr-LAWt. Tins EVENING,  TUESDAY. Dec. 12, yhw Majesty's Servants wilp perform (2d time at this Theali^')Sbakipeare's Tragedy of ^ JULIUS C^SAR. JuliulCfeaar.Mr. ThnmpiinDj OcfaviuR ?�riar, Mr.'Bar. nard; fl{'ark Antony, Mr. Cooper; Briitii..-Mr. Waflark; f;�MUis.;:Mr. Boolh^ Caaca, Mr. Popej -TrAlinios,' Mr. rowrll;. Deems,Mr. Bromley; Metellus, Hr..J}sbbs; rinnn, ])tlr. Raymond ; Siiollisaver, Mr. Poole. CaJpurnia Mrs Knight; Portia, Mrs. W.Wrst. .       �� Aftj.T wliicli {3d lime al Ibis Thfatre) the Farce of ' THE SPOIL'D CHILD. Old Wckle, Mr. Gatlie;- l.illle I'ickle, Madame VeMris fher 3t(, appearance in llial eharacier); Tag. Mr.'Ellision. Miss pickle,Mrs. Harlowe; Maria, Bliss Smithson.   i . Tbe DoorR willlie opened at Half-past Six o'Clockj and thef'erforminees ou each Eveiiin); rommeqce,at Seven. Boxe8,'7s. i Secbnd Price, Ss.fid.-Pil, 3s.'6d.i Second P�lce,2�,-Lower Gallery, Sr.; Second Price, Is.-^Upper Gallery, 1 s.-, Second Price, 6d. Placestii bp i�teo of Mr. Bodwell, in riie Rotutida^f thr Salm.n of ,lbe,Thfalre. ,    � ;  ; . 'FriTaie Bnicfs caii.oplJ^be obtainedjTuritiiSiJpreafngi ojT ' nTr.&od#cit,at.lbe'B x.:Office. , t;.  � To:inorrow, tlie Co'me% of Wild .O'als, jvitb Miifaf;.''~ ; On'ThicrMlay, The EogliBliIvteel.Wrtli'llie Magpie; " On Friday, a new American Drama, in Ibree^'a^ts, called' PocnUoolas,' in The Indian Princess-With TheCWldrieo io*-llie Wood-and Of Aec To-niomiw.. .   . On Satnrday, tiie Opera of The Lord of the iftaoor, with , Tlie Lady and the Dcril. TlfEA Tnn-ROYAL, CUVEXr-OARDESi rWlFIIS   EVENMNG. TUESDAY,  Dec. I^, A    will he iipiTiirmed (Ilth lime), a new Historical Tragedy,'in five acts, calird WALLACE. .Scots-Wallace, Regent of Scotland, Mr. Macready; Oomyn, Air. Cgerion; Duuelns, Mr. C. Kemble; Monteitfa, Wr. Abholtj Kierly, .Mr. Cumer. F.nijlisb-Clare, liarl of Glo'ster, Mr. Chapman; Lord de-Clifford. MriCoDMor; Sir Reginald Filz-Eustace, Mr. Clare. nii)�t,   Helen (>�ife of Wallace), Mrs. Buiin. After which, the MiixirnI Farce of NO SONG NO SUPPER. Frfderick, Mi. I'yue ; Robin, Mr. Duru^et; Endless, Mr. Lision. Louisa, .Miss Beaunuiul; Nelly, Mrs. T.Hill; Ha-rotliy, Mrs. Lislon ; Margarelia, Miss M. Tree. Boxes, 7s ; Second Price, 3s. 6a.-Pit, ii. 6d.; Second I'ricf, 2s.-Gallery, Ss.; Second Price, Is.-Upper Gal-lerv, Is.; Soeoiiil Price, 6d. Flares for ihe Boxes to be taken of Mr. Brandon,at the Box-Office, Hmt-sti-ect, from Ten till Four. A Private Bux may be bad for Ihe Season, or nightly, of Mt. Brandon, at the JBox-Office. To-morrow, ShakSpeare's Comedy of Twelfth Night, with The Warlock "f the Glen. On Thursday, Shakspeare's Tragedy of King Lear. On Friday, the Musical Play of The Slave. ADKLPHl THEATRE, STRAND. "By Antliorily uf the Right Hon. the Lord Chamberlain. ra^HlS EVENING, TUESDAY, Dec. 12, R.   and during Ihe Week, will be produced, an entire Kew Melo-Drama, in three acts, entitled ZAMOSKI; OR, THE FOllTRESS AND THE MINE. Zamnski, Mr. Goracrsal; Edwioski, Mr. Walkios; Lo. piuki, Mr. Lee; Ragotli.Ulf.�Cat�pbettt'-P�erfMr;Cowetl ; Orluff, Mr. Callahan ; Ruganuff, Mr. J, Joiiea.   Florrska, Mrs. Waylett; Polina, Miss Yales; Child, Miss Boheim. After which, a New Imitative Bnrlelta, in one act, entitled ACTING MAD. Dick (the mad Acloi), Mr. John Reeve, in whirh he will iatrudoce a Comic Song, and give Iniitaliuos of dilTereut London Performers; Gargle,  Mr. Buckingham;  Simon, Mr. Lee.   Charlotte, Misa Aylrtt. To conclude with (32d time) a New Mythological Extravaganza, in three acts, founded on Diyileu'a Comedy of Amphitryon, or the Two Susias, called A BURLETTA OF ERRORS; OR, JUPITER AND ALCMENA. Immortals :-Jupiter, Mr. Watkins; Mercury, Mr.Cowell; Tulcao, Mr. Callahan.   Mortals:-Sosia, Mr. Wilkinson ; Tranio, Mr. Collier.    Alcmena, Mrs. Trnuant ;  PhiEdra, Mm. Waylett; Bromia, Mrs. Daly. The Doors will open at Six o'clock, and the Performance >o commence a Quarter before Seven.-Second Price Half-past Eight. TO THE PUBLIC. AGREEABLY to my usual custom whfn I first announce a New Lottery, I state the Scheme at length, and I have great satisfaction in recommtodiug it to Your notice.-I am your devoted .Srvant, T. BISH, Stock-broker. /] 4, Cornhill, aud 9, CImring-cross, December 11, 1820. / Not Two Blanks to a Prize in the united Scheme nf the First and Second l^^tteries fur 1820, in whirh the aggregat^ of Prizes amounts to C84,436/. Money and Consuls, arranged bo as lo produce , Nine Prizes of......�21,000 ! The First lAittery contains 6,900 Tickets, No. 1 to 2,300, in Three Classes, and will all be drawn 23d JANUARY, the Day when Pai liament meets. The Second Lottery consists of 13,098 Tickets, and will be drawn inThree Days, viz. 14th FEsaOARY, Ist March, and 17lh March 3 ...... PRIZES of...... �21,000 each. Must be drawu in the First Five Minutes, 23d of January. SCHE.ME.     . 3 Prizes of �12,000 0 0 Co"nsols..".... �63,000   0 0 3 ,,,,..... 21,500 0 0 Consols.......    61,500   0 0 S ,........ 20,000 0 0 CkjuboIs.......   60,000   0 0 .........   2,000 0 0 Consol........      6,000   O 0 3.........    1,000 � ft Money.......     3,0('0   0 0 3 .........      500 0 0 Money.......     1,500   0 0 9.........      200 0 0 Money.......     1.800  0 0 30 .........      200 O 0 Consols......      6,000   0 0 12.........      100 0 0 Money.......     1,200   0 0 21.........       50 6 6 Money.......     1.056 16 6 54 .........       20 0 0 Money.......     1,080  0 0 6,J25.........        12 0 0 Money.......   78,.30O   0 0 Price 7d. idAqh y TicktUin th� Total, Money 1 j,,j,. .,, , ^^^^^ XTw LoUerie,       and Con,ol,. ^^284,436 16 6 DETERMINABLE BENEFITS. Every Prize above 100?. drawn the 23d of January, to have a New" Ticket, by which means a Person buying One Ticket might gel Two Prizes of 21,000f. Fifth-drawn Prize in each Class, to have 21,0002 more. First 60 Blanks to have 122. each. Twenly.fii(ortb-drawn Prize, above202. in each Class, to bare 20,000/. Cvosols, and 1,0002. Money more, making Three Prizes of 21,0002. FIRST DAY OF THE SECOND LOTTERY Fifth-drawn Prize lo have 2,0002. more. First 100 Blanks to have 122. each. "SECOND DAY, Fifth-drawn Prize, in each Class, to have 20.5002. Consols and 5002. Money more, making Three more Prizes of 21,0002. I'be First 4J0 Blanks to have 122. each. All the Prizes and Blanks are put Mo the Wheel, biU onlf^flOO Tickets ; and whatever Blanks and Prize' remain undrawn after 93d January, will form the Scheme of the Second Lottery. This day is published, in 3 vols. 12mo. price 12. Is. in bds. THE   EAR T R Q U A K E :   A Tale. .  By the Author of "The Ayrshire Legatees." A voirein the HIavens-a sound in the Earlh>-And.omens and prodigies herald the birth;- But the deeds that shall be to the sins thai were  rinled fo/T.^�deli and ,W, JDavie?, Strandi TiBMiay �)r�:pafbiishedf i�r. <�a�cn)sf-I9iDM pricerlStotKURb,  r ndin^ the l>C9.Pi:ayer lock's. Gentle shared the money, and had received about 80/. in this way, 75/. of which was in a Saving Bank, in the name of a young woman to whom Gentle wai to be married the ilay after the dincoytry of the robbery. During their examination at Msrlborough-street, the young woman and the pii-soiier were absorbed in grief. 7'. Eaton, T. Hunt, and J. Hughes, were tried 00 eight indicl'menls, for robberies on the Harrow road during the autumn. On the first it appeared that they stopped a Mr. Parking, who was going towards Sunbury-he was overtaken by four men who robbed him of his watch, &c. Lack and other oflficers were placed ou the fltrrow road in conne-quence of the many robberies, and on the 30th of September liie Prisoners were stopped. Hunt and Elton pulled out two pistols but were secured. On Eaton a knife was found, which Mr. Parking idea-tilled: they were acquitted, the witness not being able to sweai^ to their peraons. They were'then tried anil convicted for robbing �. Berlin, Esq. Surgeon to the Duke de Cazes, of a gold walch, I6/. ids, iu money, and other attic les. Mr. C was stopped in a gig on the Harrow road by three men 5 one held the horse's head, while the other two got into the chaise, and with loaded pistols presented lo bis head, they rifled him of the above property. He identified the culprits, and a handkerchief found on Hunt. They were again convicted for robbing Mr, Pike on the highway, upon conclusive evidence, Martin Feely was a soldier of the 51st regiment. On the iiigiit of l|-.e 14ih of October last, four men entered the cottage of a poor old man at Hampton Court; the family were in bed, but were alarmed, One of them said, he came for blunt " and would have that, or their lives. They rummaged the place, using dreadful threats, and when they came to the old man's bed-room, he was with his wife. On his assuring then] he had no money, the Prisoner, who appeared to be the leader, handed a piece of rope lo another, and desired him to tie it round the old .--'s neck. This the ruffian held till the poor old man was nearly strangled -they robbed the place of 5/. The moon shone bright, and reflected on the Prisoner, who was im-medialelv recognized the day after at the guardroom. The Seijeant proved that he was absent from his quarters about the eame hour, C. (Goodwill was convicted of a robbery at a house in North-street, Peutonville, which he entered under pretence of altering tl/s bell. The Officers, on searching his place, found stolen property to the atnouiit of several huncJred pounds, amongst which the articles stolen from the above house. The Prisoner's wife was tijed and acquilted. On leaving Court they were fallowed to a house in Iroiigniduger-row, where a lijrg'e. party hatl met to celebrate the acquitlal, and they found the Convict, who made a desperate resistance. Hichard Scott was convicted for burglary, and stabbing a Watchman in Dean-street, Soho. t'eeley was brought into the press-yard first, he was a tall desperate looking man; he was very pious, and listened to the advice of the Clergyman. [Je took off his soldier's jacket, and requested to have another garment, that he might not disgrace the army by being hung in their Ax^n, T. Ejton, T. Hunt, and J, Hughes, were next brought ill, Eaton immediately fell on his knees and commenced prajiug, they had their irons knocked ctf separately, aud were then conducted to the corner of the yard. Charles (ioodwin followed^ and had bis irons knockeil off; they were all very fervent in their devotions, aud the above joined iu swinging psalms and repeatedly offering up ejaculatieiis whilst the others were having their irons taken off. Scott, a good looking youth, was then brought into the press-yard; he was praying as be came in, and appeared very dejected, but firm ; while they we're knocking off his iroiis he was repeating " Lord have mercy on me-Christ have mercy on me !" And his appearance and conduct caused a deep iu-tereit and sorrow, (ientle and head vere the last bropght in, and nn lerwetit the 'same form. They then joined in singing psalms, and the procession, consisting of Sheriffs Waithmaii, Williams, and the other officers, proceeded to the place of execution, aud the bell of .St. Sepulchre's began tolling; it w�� b very awful sight to witness the unhappy.calpritfi walking to thair doom iu the pr^me of life. Ou their arrival at tlie iloor oppasit  which the scaffold was erected^ they were joined by tbttr spiritual advisers in prayer, vihjia they were sejiarately coudocted to the plaifonm, ia^j^re thie rnpirt were adj usted round iJieiT neckSj dati% whiiih ceftftnony t}>ey.again joined ill. t^iMi^i^ On the whole Wtog Bdjusted, Mr. Coitoii gaVe the signaH and the on-fqrtttoate men were Uuu  afied their souls to the veiled labyrintlis of eternity. They were buried on the I51I1 inst. followed by a Concourse of nearly 500 people. 'Squire Higby was about 45 years of age, iVlr. W'aks about 30, Phelps received some injury in liis'arui-and Sweet, a slight wound iu ins forehead.-/'Aeu) yorA; Paper.J (From the Albany Statesman.J Distressing Shipwreck,-A Gi-nileman who arrived at this place yesterday from Salmon ftiver, givfs the following aicouiit of the lojs of the Hrilish schoorter Aspi of Fort George (iNewatk), Capiaui Pro��y, from Newark, bound 10 Kingsiou : -At   

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