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British Press (Newspaper) - December 13, 1820, London, Middlesex . TffEATRE.noYAL, DRUliY^LANR. VlIS evening; WJEDNESDAY. Dec 13, (lis RJajesly's Servants will perrurm tlie Comedy of ' WlLD'(TaTS: OR, THE.STROLLJ^IG GENTLEMEN. Sir George Thunder, Mr. Gallie; Movn; Mr. Ellislon ; Harry Thuniler, Mr. Barnard; Bunks, Mr. Powell; Juliii Dory. Mr. Tlmmpson; Eiihraim Smnolli, Mr. Miiiiilen ; Sim, Mr. Knijlit. Lidy Amiriiiilli, Mrs. W. West j'Amerm, Mrs.Knight; Jane, Miss Kelly. After which, the Burlella'cf MIDAS. Immortal!)-.Iiitiirrr, Mr T.Cooke; Pan, Mr. Harlry; Apollo, Madame Ves.liis. .fiino, Miss Culiitl; Venus, Miss SmilbsDn. Mortals-Midas, Mr. Mnnden ; Damstas, Mr. Barnard; Sii'nn. Mr.Gatiip. Mysis", Mrs. Bland; Daphne, Miss Po. vev; Nysa, Mrs Or.eei'. The Doors will lie opened at Half-past Six o'clock, and IhpPerf.irmances'on earli Evenine nimmence at Seven. Boxes^ ?!�.; Second Price, 3s. Rd.-Pit. 3s. 6d.; Second Price, iJs.- Lower Gallfry, 2s.; Second Price, Is.-Upper GaMery, Is.; Second Price, 6d. Phires to he taken of Mr. Rodnell, in llic itolnnda of the .S.ilm.;i of llip Tliealre. PfivHie Rnsrs rn!i only he obtained for the Evening of Mr. Kodwrif, HI I'le Biix Oftirc. To-morrow, The I\titj)ish Fii'ct, with The Ma^pje. On Friday, a new Anictiran Drauin, in ihree acls. called PoCTlionfn�,-trr The I�i|j:iii Princess-^Wil^-Thc Ctiildi-chTn' the Wood-and Of Aie To-inorvow. On Saturday, the Opera of Tlie Lord of ihe Manor, with The Lady and tiie Devil. TTTBA Tllti-no YA L, CoVENI-GAnDn-.S. T-W^mS EVENING. WEDNE.SDAY, Dtc. 13, i tvill be performeil Shakspeare's Comedy of TUELFTH NIGHT. Duke Oi'sino, .Mr. Ahhoft ; Valentine, !\Ir. Taylor; Curio, .Mr. Pyne : Sir Toby Belch, Mr. Emery ; Sir Andrew Ajnc-cheik, Mr. Lisinn; Sebasrian, Mr. Parsloe ; Aiilonio, Mr. Cfiapman; Ro!)prlo, Mr. .Ieff.ries ; Friar, Mr. Alkins; Mtilvolio, Mr. tV. Farren ; Cluwn, Mr. Fawcett ; Fabian. Mr. Durnsei; .Solauio, Mr. Ctimrr ; Uenvolio, Mr. Tinney, flliiia. Miss Greene; Viols, Miss M. Tree; Maria, Mrs. Gibbs. The followinjore the Sileclinns from Sbakspeare:- Act 1.-Full many a ulorions Morninpj;'' Sf>nnets.- Glee, '-Who is Svlviii :" T�o Genllrmen of Vennia__ Sonj, "Even as tlic .Snn ;"' Venns and Adonis.-Dnello, " Orphrns with his Lule;'" King Henry Till. Act U.-Glee, " Come oVr the Brook;'* King Lear and Poems.-Glee, On a day;" Love's Labour Lost.-Glee and Chorus, " A Cnp of U'ii.e ;" Henry IV. Part II. Act nr.-Son?, " Crdhbed asje;" Simoels.- Duello, " Cesario, by the Roses of the Spring;" Twelfth Night.- Glee," O, by rivers ;" Poems. Act IV.-Some, " O how nitich more dolh Beauty;" Sonnets.-Song," Take all niy loves;" Sonnets.-Masque Glee, Come unio these yellow sands ;" Tempest..-Chorus, " Daily joys be still opon yon ;" Tempest. Act V.-Song," 111 bowers of laurel;" Poems.-.^ong, '* Bid me discottrse;" Veiuis and Adonis.-Finale, " When that I was ;" Twelfth Night, In Act IV. will be iittro
''nliv, lie has fur th iuiiiMea-f-Ji)so^ Ibnl n-NBW CATA^ JvOGUEtohis Extensive CIRCULATING LIBRARY is just published, containing all the New Works of merit up | lo I lie present ihiy. A Card of Terms of Subscripliun may ' be had on aptilicalion. N.B.-Private Boxes for all the Tlieatres. POPULAR PSALMS AND HY.MNS ADAPTED TO FAVOURITE AIRS. Just published, in t vol. 4lo. li. lis. fij. neatly boiiinl, rglHE BEAUTIES �f MOZART. HAN-i DEL, PLEYEL, HAYDN, BEETHOVEN, ROSSINI, and other celebrated Conipnsers, ad-jpted to the words of ]>(ipnlar Psalms and Hymns, for one or two Voices ; with an Accompaniment, and occasional Symphonies for the Piano.forte, Organ, or Harp. ^.. By an Eminent PROFESSOR. *�* The volume contains Seventy-nine Tunes and Nine Prelud.s. Printed for S. Leigh, 18, Strand; sold also by Ihe Booksellers and principal Musicscllers in Ihe United Kingdom, y\CKElli\JANN, 101, Strand, proposes to publish, in .Six Monthly Parts, An HISTORICAL and PICTURESQUE TOUR of Ibe SEINE, from PARIS lo the SEA; illustrated by Twcnty.four highly-finished and Colonreil Engraving, from Drawings made for the purpose by Messrs. PUGIN and GEN.DALL. This Work will correspond with the Histories of Oxford, Cambridge, Colleges and Schools, Westminster Abbey, Microcosm of London, Ibc Tour along the Rhine, Buenos Ayres, &c.- The First Part will be published on the 1st January, 1821 : 750 Copies only will be printed on 4lo. elephant piper; lo Ihe first 500 Subscribers the price will be 14s. each Part; the remaining 250 \n\\ be advanced to 18s.; and 50 large Copes will be taken. R. Ackermann has just published, Part Vm. ENGLISH LAKES, four coloured Plates, 6s. Part 111. SYNTAX IN SEARCH OF A WIFE, Ihree Plates, 2�. 6rl. Part XXIV. of Ihe CABINET OF ARTS, four Plates, Ss. NEW SOUTH WALES; being an Historical Account of the Colony and its Strttlemenis : with Twelve Views, engraved by W. Preston, a Convict, front Drawings by Captain Wallis, of the 46lli Regiment; and a Map of Port Macqua-rie anil Ihe newly-iliscovered River Hastings; by J. Ox-ley, Esq. Survejtor-General to the Territory. Super-royal folio, 2i. 2s. FLEGANT CHRISTMAS PRESENT. This day is also published, in Two neat Pocket Volumes, price 12s. ILLYRIA AND DALMATIA; being a Description of the .Manners, Customs, Dresses, and Character of iheir Inhabitants, anri those of the adjacent Countries : illustrated with Tliirty.two elegant coloured Engravings. This Work forms the first division of a Scries, which will cmbracethe dift'erent N:itions of the Globe, under the title of THE WORLD IN MINIATURE. FliOjyi L/iST N/GHT'S GAZETTE. MILITARY PRO.MOTIONS. FOR THE TEETH. rf^ROTTER'S ASIATIC TOOTfl POW- m. DCR, pilioiiised and nsed by the Ro^'al Family, and nniversally by persons of raiikin this country, and all Foreign Courts, uikI recommended by the most respectable "Medical Authorities. This Powder cleanses and beautifies tjie Teeth, sweetens the brcJlb, possesses no acid that can corrode ibc enamil, and puts a beaulifiil polish on the Teeth. It is'well known that many Powders possess qualities highly deleteiiniio, hut Ihe Public will h? convinced llial this Powiler could not have stooii the long lest of fifty years*experience, uml met with such disIingHi.slied patronage Mild success as it;ha5 dune, unless.its properties were calculated not only lo clean, but to preserve Ihe 'i'ceth. Sold wholesale and retail, at the4)iigiiial Warebtiuse and only Manufactory, No. 3, IS.'aufort-bui'iding?, Strand; and by all (he most respeclable Peiluineis and .Medicine Yen-ders. THE ESSENCE of PEARL un.l PEARL DENTIFRICE, ini'enled liy the late Jacnb Hemel, Dentist to the Royal Family, have been proved oy long ex-IKrieoCf: to greatly ex*el, uolb in elegance and etScacy, tvery olhw preparation for ihe Teeth and Gums ; they ef-fccluully preserv- the Teeth in a sound slate even lo olil age, render IheTn white ami beautiful without impairing the voAmcl, fasten sncb as are louse, and keep such as are decayed from, becoming worse. They likewise reiriler the hraalb delicately sweet, prevent ihe Toolli-A.clie, perfectly cure tlve.l^curvy in theGnm�, and make them grow firm aii,d clo�e, to''iiie I'ceth,-The Essence is particularly recom-in�jdci] .i^o"'Parents and Persons who 'have the care ' of ChiUreii aS'fhe greatest preseivalive of young and lender Te*ll�.'' None aj-e'igeniiine. but. what have tiie woii's. *f,J.: Heinel, Bayley ,aud Blew, Cofuspur-strect," engraved ill tlie Siofnp, Pric? 2^. Sd.each. ;BAYLEY> TfiUE ESSE of LEMONS, for iaiitits'jnk Spots and iiiaiusoui of Lace'and Linen." The BCOWiii: isVigiii^d " W. Bayley" on Ihe Biix and Wrapper. � AUohi^'SCOURING DROPS, for. taking Grease out of Silk, SlttiF, .Wuolteo Clulh, ice. price Is.-each.. VERITABLE PP.MMAUE DIVINE, price Ss. 6d. the . (lata. . . Sold, Wholesale.and Retail, by Biyley and Blew, Per-' flilBcrs, Co'ckspur-street^ Londou, Cook's-courf, Carey.il|^|U,,L9.ncU>n.; and,Messrs. Bowy.er, Gtrtuces'teir. .| ". THomiis TlirnSi'; oftliS'Slodk EieliaiW, liijnddli; liriker, to anrrendei-, cecemli�r�533,V JilluiffryfiB, a'liH 83v at rcn,' at Guildhall, Atturiiey,!tntr. Derby,: ^arcunri-buildiogs/ ^ .:-,jmmr>sry: :; January 5. jl. l}ibl>y,.' nl!, iriercjialil, kf tone,'at the George !nh, IJalBistHfti, tivcrpn'ol.' ' -January 9 .M. TaileiibfitJpwdi,, Isle Af Ely', Cftmbtidge, shopkeeper, at eleven,..ftt'('llilldliallt ibiUiidiMr.. ' , Januarys. E. Woolveripa,'of Mnrwich, cabiuet-maker, at i four, at the White Liuiilnn, ^^ol>vicil. . . I Januarys. H. Deaves, iaie of New'Y'nik', "North America, but now of LiverpootJ''I.a'nc4Ster,' uicrcham, at ten, at Ihe Uog Tavern, .Mancbesler. January 2. E. BIylh, Ulp of : Dyer's-Xiuililings, Holboru, London, dealer aud.chapinaii^ at leu, at Gui^Uliall. ; January 2. B. Moss, of CJiainber-atreet, Gpndin.an's-fields, Middlesex, watch-maker, at (mi, at (jiiildball, "Loudnii. January 16. i. S. P.iyne and W, Watsoiii of Ironm'ouger- lane, London,.warehoiiseOieii; alien, at GuildhdII. January 23. 3. Bnlloekr, of Calheri)ie.�treet,Stmnd, ^lid- dlesex, trimming-sell,er, at, elevci^ at^iuildball, l,uudou., January 2. d. Leybnrn, now or tale'of Bishupsgate-streel, London, provision-mercllant, at ten, at Guildhall. March 3. T. C. Pati-ickj of Austin-Friars, London, insar- ance-broker, al, twelve, tia^uildliall. January 16. Jos. Silver, jiiffliver,>nd A..Boysoa^ ofSizii!; lane, London,..mercbaiiii^r^len, at^Gntldhall. January 4. G. Miller, late of Charnes-Hall, Stafford, cheese-factor, at eleven, at the Phcenix Inn, Drayton, Salop. January 2. J. Dnwnes, of Brewer-street, Westminster, Middlesex, barness.maker, at ten, at Girildhall, Loudon. January 6. W. A. Brown, of College-hill, Loudon, merchant, at ten, at Guildhall. December 20. J. P. Leigh, of ihe Old City-Chambrrs, Bishopsgate-streel, London, insurance-broker, at eleven, at Guildhall. January 13. J. Beadle, of Stourbridge, Worcester, mercer, at eleven, at the Jeruingham Arms Inn, Shifi'nal, Salop, January 16. R. P. Crudco, of High.slreet, Gravesend, Kent, slopseller, ai ten, at Guildhall, London. January 9. J. W. A. Snuggs and J.Walley, of Lime-street, London, merchants, at twelve, at Guildhall. January 16. H. White, of Warminster, Wills, linen.draper, at ten, at Guildhall, Loudon. CERTIFICATES.-January 2. .4. Steplrenson, of Glasgow, and of Ingram-conrt, Fen-church-slreet, London, coltoii-manufacturer.-G. Hart, of Cheltenham, stone-mason.-J. Payne, of Norwich, bomb i-sin-manufactnrer.-VV. Herbert, late of Overbnry, but since of Ltigh, XVorcester, farmer.-J. Pearse, of Plymouth. Dock, Devon, saddler.-J. B. Sharp, of Queen-street, Cheap-side, London, Manchester warehouseman. PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. C. Candler and J. G. Burgess, of Leicester, grocers, December 6, 1S20._J. While, T. Gent, and M. Ellis, of Brook, street, Hanover-square, Middlesex, dyers, Decembrr II, 1820-J. Dance and J. Dance, of Wimpole.street, London, fruiterers, December 9, 1820.-A, Gruhb and S. Grnbb, of Market-Deeping, Lincoln, milliners, December 8, 1820.-T. Petty and R. Addison, of Preslon, Lancaster, collon-manu-facturers, November 28,1820.-J. Carter and R. Evans, of St. James-street, London, mriliners, December 11,1S20.-J. Evill and W. Evill, late of Bath, bankers, Dec. 8, 1820. Commissions signed by ilia Lord Lieutenant of the County of Oxford. Regular Militia. Ensign Bernard Lindsay N^'atson lo be Lieulenaut-dated Novembers, 1820. Oxford Troop of Yeomanry Cavalry. William Sletihens, Esq lo be Captain Commandant, vice the Hou. Thomas Parker, resigned-dated November 22, 1820. Cornet Theophilns Wharton lo he Lieutenant, vice Sle. pheus, promuted-daled November 23, 1820. BANKRUPTCY SUPERSEDED. James Bennett, of Chester, druggist. BANKRUPTS. Henry Plaits, of the Broadway, Uepiford, Kent, lobnceo. nisi, to surrender, December 16, 26, and January 23, at ten, at Guildhall, London. Altorneys, Mr. H. VVtlliams, Gray's-lnn.place, and Blarkman-street, Sonlliwark. Levi Sheard, of Lepton, York, coal-merchant, scribbling-miller, to surrender, December 19, at eleven, at the Court-House, Leeds, 22, at onr, and .lannary 23, at t-leven, at the Black Bull Iiiii, Mufield. Atiorney.s, .Messrs. Fisher and Sudluw, Th.ivies-lnn, London ; and Mr. Archer, Ossett. lloberl Sallows, now or late of lladleigh, Su IVolk, grocer, to surrender, December 27, at six, 28, and Jaiinary 23, al eleven, at the Golden Linn Inn, Ipswich. Aitjuieys, Messrs. Leaku uiiilOffurd, Hadleigh ; and Messrs. Bridges and Quitter, Red Liou.sqiiaie, Londoi:. .Sauiuil Underwood, of Si. Philip and Jacob, and of Easlingluii, (iluucesler, carpenter, to siirreiiiier, December 28, 29, and January 23, at one, at the Coinmercial.rooms, Corn.Rtr�el, Bristol. Altorneys, Mr. Burfool, King's Bench Walk, Temple, London ; and Messrs. W. and R. Sivayue, Bristol. John Olive, of Longford, Gloucester, farmer, lo surrender, December 18, 22, and January 23, at eleven, at Ihs King's Head Inn, Glouce?ter. Attorneys, Mr. Win. Read King, Serjeani's-Inn, Fleet-street, Londjn ; anil Messrs. GrilKih and Whitcoinbe, Gloucester, Isaac Jeffevis, of Waimley, Stslon, Gloucester, innkeeper, In surrender, December 28, 30, and January 23, at two, at the Rummer Tavern, Bristol. Attoriit'ys, Messrs. Adiing. Ion and Gregory, Be.(lford-row, Loudon; and lilr. Haynes, Wick conn, near Briftol. Postliunious, otherwise Poslbnmous Rowland Philipps, of Carmarthen, druggist, to surrender, December 21, 22, and January 23, at one, at the Commercial-roums, Corn-street, Bristol. Attorneys, Mr. George Edmunds, Exche^ qncr Ollice of Pleas, Lincnlu's-Inn, London; and fllr. T. Jacques, Bristol Jonathan Worlhyi of Exeter, factor, to snrrerider, December 23, 30, and January 23, u h of January, I8->1, al twcivo ' o'clock Bl noon ^ Ru&erl Keniey, late of the )iarisbii( ."t, Nicholas, in the town and horough of Ipswich, in-the couuty of Siiifulk, silk, cotton, niid wool|eH-dytr., Job Nun, lale of Ijiswich, in the counly o'f Suffolk, butcher. James HeflTer, late of Bainford, in ihe couuty of Suffolk, ahoe-inak�r. Ruben Hambliii't late of the parish of St. Mary Stoke, in the town.aud borotigtrof Ipswicli, in^ ili.e county oF'Sifffolk,'" iunliolder and shipwright. Robert Liustead, late of VVondhiidgr, in the cuniily of Suffolk, cabinet-maker and uphoUli rer. Epbrii.ii Oxborrow, late of Otiey, in the coun'y of Suffolk, blacksniiih. J�raps Wade, late of SwiJland, ia the connty of Suffolk, victualler. Libevly of Richmond, to be lieard nt the Coiii-nion-Hall, in anil for llie ^alll l)orouj;li, on the Sill of J.iiiuary, 18-21, at eleven o'clock in tlie foveiio-n: John Allison, late of Startforth, in the North Riding of Yorkshire, weaver. Thomas Glover, late of NewcaslIe-npon-Tyne, innkeeper. At Norlliallerlon, in the Couiiiy "f York, on the l6"ii day of January, 1821, at ten o'clock in the forenoon : Joseph Cunion, late of Hnnlon, in Ihe parish of Hornby, in Ihe conn,y of Kinl, fanner. George Scarr, lale of Low Ahbolside, in the parish of Luke-Honse, in the Norlli Riding of York>hire, farmer. Dover, to lie heard at the Guihlhali, for the town aiii: port of Doyer, on tlie 5ih day of January, 18-21, �^ i:en o'clock in the forenoon : Abr.nliem Saunders, the younger, formerly of No. 5, Wyncb-comj-sircet, Cheltenham, siure of Birmiiigliam, Sirood, Gravfsend, Croydon, and Seven Oaks, but late of Ihe town and pon of Dover, in the conniy of Kent, equestrian. James Brown, late of No. 5, China-walk, since of Birmingham, Strood, Gravesend, Croydon, and Seven Oaks, but lale of the town and port of Dover, in the counly of Kent, equestrian.- John Lane, formerly of Euslace-slreet, in the city of Dublin, afterwards of Shornrliir -and Dover, in the couuty of Kent, and laieof Dt^al, in the said county, a Lieutenant in the army on half pay. Richaid Lamb, late of Deal, in Ihe counly of Kent, victualler. Lincoln, (o be heard at the Castle of Lincoln, on the 2d day of February, 1821, at ten o'clock in the forenooi:: William Shearman, late of Gedney, in the county of Lincoln, inukeeiier. Leonard Dalton, fete of Spalding, in the counly of Lincoln, Gunsmith, At New Sariim, in the county of Wilts, on the 3i' day of January, 1821, at eleven o'clock in the forenoon : William Skinner, formerly of Clifton, near Bristol, in the connty of Gloucester, tinnian and brazier, and late of Bradford, in Ihe county of Wills, braziei-. John Poore, lale of Downlon, in the counly of Wills, butcher, John Tilley, late of Devizes, in the county of Wilts, publican, formerly of Trowbridge, in the same county, and previously of the Turk's Head luii^ in the parish of Shoreditch, in the couuty of Middlesex, and of the Carpenter's .4rins Inn, in Change-court, in the parish of .St. Clt-nienl Danes, in , the said connty of iMiddlesex, and of the Ships Inn, in Ivy-lane, m the city of London, publican. * Wiiliain While, late of Poulahott, in the county of Wilts, accomplaut, and formerly of Great Trowie, in the parish of Bradford, in ihe same couuty, and previously of Devizes, in the same couuty, then a druggist. At the Castle of Exeter, in the county of Devon, on tlie 9ih day of January, 1821, at ten o'clock in the forenoon : George Dunsford the younger, lale of Tiverton, in the county of Devon, wine-nierchaiit. Thnmas Crudge, late of Exmoulh, in the parish of Liltle-liam and Exmonlb, in the couuty of Devon, cabinet-maker and auctioneer. Richard Frost, late of Kenlisbeer, in the county of Devon, butcher, formerly of Honiton, in the same comity, after llial of Sidford, in the parish of Sidbnry, in Ihe said county of Devon. John Baker, iate of Plymouth, in the counly of Devon, grocer. James Lott, lale of Welsford, in the parish of Hartland, in the county of Devon, yeoman and general-shopkeeper. William Nichols, lale of Torrington, in the counly of Devon, nailer and victualler. William Backway, lale of Bideford, in the connty of Devon, coal-dealer. At the Justice Room, Durham, in the county of Durham, on the 6th day of January, 1821, at eleven o'clock in the forenoon : Janies Harkas, late of Moukwearmouth Shore, in the county of Durhain. block and masl-muker. John Shotton, late of Moukwearmouth Shore, in the county of Durham, mariner. ' William Scurfield, formerly of Horsley, in the parish of Oringham, in the connty of Northumberland, and late of Darlington, in the county of Durham, farmer. Thomas Walker, late of South Shields, in the eounly of Durham, painter and glazier. Richard Cowel, lale of Ouston, hi the connty of Durham, yeoman. George Logan, late of Edsom, Berwickshire, Major of the Berwickshire Local Militia. Samuel Nelless, late of South Shields, in Ihe county of Durham, schoolmaster. At the Town-Hall, in the borough of Liverpool, on the 2d day of January, 1821, at leu o'clock in the forenoon : George Hurstfield, late of George's-dock-passage, Liverpool, ill the conniy of Lancaster, viclnaller. James Wlialley, late of Gilberl-sirecl, Liverpool, Lancashire, tailor. . . Mary Brown,' late of Sparling-street, Liverpool, Lanca. shire, widow. George Meadowcroft, late j 2 1. iif ten o'clock in *l'e forenoon : - Tlidinas Ui-wlinrsI, late oT Rlarlibnni, iii li.r cuini'v i" La'icaslrr, 1 roinnniit^cr aiul dogger. I'ieliard Travis Aslilon, lale of Manchesler, in llie com ly of La Hi" .is Id-, cuinniission-ageiii. John Pe:.(iick, formerly of Kiikhy .Miilze-ird, nr*:ir Itijiiioii, in Ihe rmiiily of Yi.rk, anrl late of Mnncliesti r, in llie coinilv of Lancastrr, corii-ili-alrr. \Vil|i.iin I'arke (Miid as William Park), lale of Ulvcrst^ni , Laiicasler, schoolmaster and straw hat.maker. Rirli�ril Boaiilniaii, foi merly of ISIackloini, aii'l lale of RatclilTf, in the conniy of Lai.ca-ter, caliio ptii.t.T. 'i't.onias Roslron, late of I'taekliuiii, in !!le counly *i LaiicaMiT, wravi-r. Edwaiil, C.iwnrd, formerly of Hauksli.ad, Lanra-liiri-, vicl nailer, �mill lati' of the same plar�', lalionrii-. Juliil .S.iiai;e, formerly of \\'y>r�d.iii-, ;ii"lri war.!; nf I'( n-wi.rlliain, ip ar I'rcston, and lale nfSi'oi top, all iii liietiMiiHy of Laliraslcr, Tn- clianic. L'lMij.iinin iiraiiiniall (surd ns Benjamin iJra-o-;'!', In'.-of .Mauchistir, Lancashire, wareliuus..- p.iiUr aiiil sliu|i. kcrprr. Unlicit Shorrnek, late uf Over Darrteit, in ihc conniy "I" Lancaster, sliopkiTpt-r. Clirisluphfr I leaps (sued ae Cliristn|vlifr Honp", l:i|' i.f Cliihirii, iii llie rouiily i'f Lai.casN i-, tniloi-. John Slead, liie of RIakelty, near .M.iiiche^li r, in iIm-counly of l.ai.casier, lahoiuer. Uohrrt Worsley, formerly of Slair.lr-sbniy, form'r, =fifr wards of Cliorlcy, and late of Over Darw en, a 11 in i Isi-cum iil y of l.alicafilev, innkeeper. Tlunnas (jrc'-iiwooil, lale of Lnwrr Dirwi n, in tlipco'iiiiv of Lancislcr, a parlner wilh George Sco1,n ;iiiiI ,\-iain iiii'.-tile, cullit-ry, Janies l"iirrcsl, lale of Preston, in fhc conniy t'f L^nra'.tir, bre:ui-liakrr. ItiELAyi). ^ nuDi.t.-;. DFtTMr.rp. ~. Ill conseqnpr.ce of the contuiued iiiui'h- reoretlid inilisiKniliaii of our leartii'il ;ii,i! rxceil-'ii-. Reconler, we uiiilcrstHiid that .Ifmis Grecni', r'".-:|. I>ai risttr-at-l;iw, will [jrfsid'.: nt the .Srs'ions (.'�mr^, fir some lime, as nominee, till tln^ hr.iMi (.f tl;.-Recorder is sufricieiilly re-estiilili'-heil t" en ilile hiui to resume tlie arduoii:� diiiies of l.^s nffii-i il ^il i:n' io:i. It is iiou- uiider^tniid that .Air, O'CJimii'-'1 :inM Mr. Iieiiiirtt will certainly b-; aiijio'iit ..1 li-,' iier M-ijesiy as her l>iw officers in Irel ind. We are conCi:rned to my thitM'-. Iliitrliiiisn.-i has been delaineri in Frjince bv :"i iiiiMou.; ami ]);*iiilui attenfhiiice on his Lady, who is no\\', mi'l lias been for miiiy days |>:isl, ii)ili ii9;il �uli n -lan-perniis fever; niul this circiimslnnce nlonc prevf-n'-cd his beiii^ at his p'jit in the House i'f Cominniw on llie 23-1, wliere his dnty niid Ins uis!if� ^^ti-jtcl have led liim.-fVork Mcrciinli/e Chronic'e.J maiijej^iieau. A numt rnus anil respectable par'y of upwards of one hundred Gentlemen sat down to dinner ut the Town-hull, Maiileiihead, on Kiiday last. In corn-meniornte tlie triumph of the peoj.le, on ihe issue of the late IJiil of Pains and i-'eiialties. 'i"uoM,\s Groom, Esq. the ftlayor of tlie Town, in tlie Chair, supported by the other- members of ;h>-CorporaiKin. Afler dinner " jS(in nobis Dumi'ic" -wlii'ii the first toast i;iveii whs, " '/ lie K'tiis, and mni/ he ever hear in mind tlie principles xvhich placed the tirunswiclc Famiti/ upun the / Inone"- followed wi'li the nalional song of " dud idve the Kint; ;'' then followed The Queen, and mm/ the innocent ever be protected by the people." Tuis was drank siaiidiiig, and wilh raptiitous applause ; the acclamation was caught by the nmlti-tniltf ill ihe street, and the whole town rang willi huzZHs from one e.xtremity to the other, niiiil it returned aj^-.iin to the banquet, and the thuiideis of applause resumed were answered by the innltitudr-without, aided by Ihe discharge of mukelry relurntd Bg-iin, anil the three limes three had au etFect iievt r before felt within these walls. No jocund health that Deumaik drinks, lo day, -But the great cannon lo the clouds shall teilj And the King's rouse tlie Heaven shall bruit again, Bespeaking earthly thniiJer." " The iiidependent branches of the Royal Family, Sussex and Gloucester."-^" The Most Rev. Ihe Archbisfinp of York, and ihe Church."-" The Navy, our conslitutional biilwnrk."-" The Arnor, and may it never be employed to subvert our Coii-slitnlion." On ])roposini; the toast, f Lord Folk-tr>rie, and the independent interest of the county of Berks"- a gentleman present uiged the"'attet)daiice of a'; many as could make it convenient lo attend thr-appioiiching counly iiieetinij, lo do so, which was answered by many as>urances of the intention ; alter winch, Mr. Smith produced a letter from Pascor Gteiiftll, Ksq. legreitiii;; lliat a previous engagement prevented his attending' the meetiiij^ ; on w hicb Mr. Greiifell's health uas drank, coupled with independence of Maidenhead, and rctenril w ii marked applause. Taplow House, Tuesday Morning, Dec. 5. " Gentlemen - I am much obliged by your altenlion in inviting me to the public dinner which is to take |>lace ut Maidenheail, on Friday next, for relehraliug ilie resnli .n" ihe late priiceediuKS ag.iinst her .Majrsty the Queen ; and I am (latter'd that the ojiiuions which I hold upon that siib-jict should he sanctioned by your approbation. I shall iicviT shrink from the public avowal of iliose opinions. *' I have always cousi'iereil the proceedings which we.i-insiiinled against her iVLijcsty to hnve been ^.is unconsiiiu-lioual as they were unjnsl and uncalled for ; and 1 participate most Cordially in Ihe feelings of sali^fJClioll which havi-manifestid ibemsclves so generally throughout llie whole kingiliim, in consequence of those proceedings having hten so irininphanlly defeated. " Rut 1 "in prevented from acceplingyour friendly invita. lion to Ihe dinner, on Friday, by a previous engagement, which ubiigi s me lo be iu Hertfordshire on tbsi day. I beg there.
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