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   British Press (Newspaper) - December 16, 1820, London, Middlesex                                Ndmbek 5626. XOWDON, SATURIMY, DEC�IM&�R 16, 1820. PitisB 7d. 16, Ainfricaa Drama, iu tbree Mil, mIM POCAHONTAS^;; Or, THE iNDIAN PRINCESS. I T Eatll�h -CnloniMi-T-^apt. SiMjibj llfr. Cooper; ficHrfner, MT,:Fpote5lUtcliffe, Mr. Barnard-, Archer, Mr; 9roffiley. , Iii(iiani>-Po�>lta(aii, Mr. Powell; Opipbuneiinangb,'Mr. B ,imr. pope;'KincKiD^ Mr.^riniaK. Poca-lwnW8,.Mr�, W.!We�l; Maaaca, lllin Povey; Qren,-Ali�.> Cttbitt, - '   - AftfrwWrliilbelfarceof THE SPOa'P CHILD. Old Ficlfle,. Mr.Gattie; \Ml\e VicUt, UAtlune Tutria; T8|{.A*|r, BHialoo.i Miaa,Pickle, Hra. HarlMfe; Matia, i^Ij8a,5a9j^tL. ...   To�ooc1ude �ilh Ihc Afterpiece of PJ�f�a to be, Mre.       .   � ^� � Pnnte JBaxra^caii jonly^e oblttoedfiw ihe-lETfljiiar of Wr.JRo4weBr^:che Bojf.OffiFe.^    - -      ., Qa ftlundayf>die Tragic Play oiMttrio. .Witkfiior�!^i Tn LoBiIon. Ooribtandsis. itf p )row4on; Tom Tbonib, Master Barnet. TbrDoors will be opened at Six o'clock," and the Prr-formaWcefcommence w a Quarter before Seven precisely. Half priceat Half-past Eight. ' "     �aDELPHITHEATRE, STRAND. By Aiitliority of (lie Right Hon. ibe Lord Chamberlain. rrnWS EVENING, SATURDAY, Drc. l6, -JLv will be produced, an entire New^ Melo-Draraa, iu t^reeBcla, entitled ZAMQSKI; fSii i?li^..)Va^ielt;,Po^ yates^jChild, Miss Buheim. AfktwhiiiV a New imUativiB Bto^^^      in one act," entitled ->   / . ACTING Mad. . ' JDiclc (the-mad Atitov); jnr./bhu.Reeve, in which he will JnlriiRl>jce'a Cohoc. Song,^iid.gi.v� ImitaiioiiB of different Loiwipa .Perfbrmers; Gargle, Mr. Buckingham j Simon, Mr..t�e.,,CbsrloJte, anSs Aylelt.-'foiwp.clu'de with (36lb time) a New Mythological Exlrava-jfan'za,]!) ;jbree acl^, founded tih Uryden's Comedy of 'ArtjnlfiiryoW or fHeT*o So8ia�,f called ."--A-BORLETtA OF ERRORS;   , j       ;;,,!pR, JOJPlTER AND ALCMENA. lyflSpjteU;-|ujiiter,.M^^^^ ; 'fa-Um/Uy: iCallabio. ftiorltilBV-SosisT, Mr. Wilkinson ; ri^ri>,'1tt:rV'Coiner; - AWmenS/'Rt*�l Tinuant; Pbtedra, Mrt.;jir^l?|trBr6Wra,^^^^^^ Tl^il^W^will OpeaatS^a'^^^ the'Perform*nf e  ecSnJmiJhd4li^ NeVYear's Lottery as slroHRly ilii tbe1r:ap;pioj^�oii." KIN^ il'ai^iid MqueyJ;and^'imVT#o to a Prizft in the tlnileir^i5em.eB0ftlie l^irtii'ii'd'SecoBaLotieries for 1820. iV.-il---':i4.i.C5iiiJ-rfl..V..Noa,l-'l.il\IITiRV f?l . 4jj;^ro|^llj and 9, Charing'cirort^ l-. EAST mOIA HOUSE, D.ECBMBEa"ta, JsS&t^ THE COURT   0/ DfRECTORS"^ �/' /*� UNITED COMPANY of MERCHANTSSj^^Eb'C-LAND, trading to ihe EAST mOmS, di^mt^\gina That the COMMITTEE of BUYING and-xWARE-HOUSE8 w.ill be ready to receive Propusajs; invTidng^poo 1 or before WEDN ES0AY, the 3d January^ 18-21 ,Jfrom s^^ch PertoQS�a maybciwllbng to slippls fli* Compaoy-wtil) ' BRITISH COBPLR; and the Conditions of the Contract Ofaybe-!ie�ii-'PU'appIirt cation to llie Clerk-of the said Cu'Aiitrtttce., w|.TIi>)�train ib^ Proposals! must be left: before Eleven o'clock in the Forenoon of the said 3d of Jannory, n/ter wbich hu�.r,t)ie Com* mitlec wiUnol receive any Tender. >    JOSEPfL^PARTj Seeretnry. ALBION FIRE AND LlF.k INSURANCE COMPANY," ,     _      lUh pc pri�i(irs nre respectfnlly^lnfurtliedithat'tli'fr last HalfyeaTif^DTftilend is in tbe^ course of HtSVi^U ^ ,~ �HiadTiy^, .--^ The DT�i�: -'TherrliislruWent* Brellib^ tlegariUatod irdmii; of ^:ef ior �le�nliiteaijJ�readaptejlfonright.in left side; iiicreaseflod, d_ej!ij!a�fcofr^^^ -ifl^UiEgDliiitlaBe,';.'( < *'''lt'S^Per#on�'rei!'dlh|f'^^^ cduntry sendiijf tbe:ndignBtioti and'disgust the;late attemp.t^to degrade, her Wajesij tbe'Qiieen, by means of a Bill of Pains, and Penalties,-which ntlempt exhibited the disp-acefnl spectacle of nJudici.-tl Court, a>n8istiiig of persons who WEreut once Accusers, Judges, and Jurors. ., Resolved unanimously-^Tfanf this Common Hall.preset to faei-.. Majesty a^dutiful and affectionate Address, 'copgra-fulatiog her Majesty on the drf un.eqniyocaUy proved, ihat-'/tbeA'j.pcace ;and .Jranquillity uf the meXcpjiolis ^caii.,be fully ptesprvcd without Ibe aBsislance of any mi|itary'furqe; and thaisfur Ibis valuable and coq �t the Thatika. of ;^iis Common Ball' bs given to 4he Right .Honourable. llie.'Lords Erskiiie, Gr?y,- Holland, Lansdnwn, Grosvenuc, Car'narvon, King, antLthcr other Noble Peers who opposed tlie BilUof Pains and Ptnalties, for their upright and,intrepidconduct, ill exposing the baseness of th�t violent iiud unconstitu-tiuiial proceeding. Re^olved-uiianiioonsly-rThat, jo ouf ppipion,;.Trial hy 'J'ilry ia.'tbe;bulwnrk, and a Free Press is Ibe citadel of our liberties;; ari^that tlie cnlighlened-.CondnctoJrs of uUrinde. rpendent Journals, are emiuenlly entitled to .ol^lr...,gratitude,, 'for tli'rir noble resistance to llie attacks oiiJlli.oBe sacred iu-stilulloiis^;< aud they have .inure'especiMly.u!^ thanks fur thm expus.ui�:of. the cowardiceand: bypocrUy'^ tlie late pcrsccutinn of ber Majesty. i-Vjifc.. ' Resolved onaoimously-That tlieTliankii ofthificRnmon H.ilf are .^eminently-.due, and hereby given, J.ttf,}Ha'll|ww Wood, Esq. ^Aldetm.tn, ami pne" of the Rep^ieseiitaiives of �Jhis ^City,. for- couducliiig ber ' M'ajeaiy in.'BafefJ Id this' coantry^aud.for iijs loyal 4iipp.orl of beTfMsj�s.tj/:d4ribg:lhe whole of her late painful resistance tO ber aiij,0!B|.r. el;aad-jreieiilless enemies.. . ,.. - '"�    "    ' ;  j^esolved'unaaimuusly-.Tbat'tbe Thanks o^ibiiiiQpntmoit ';HaH are emijieiitly due to Mr. Cbarles Pearsqn, furhis.i|tii ^ilefaligiib'ie'exerii'ons'in the deledion of ihe hew MlTBsterial systeiif iof)^]�uralily,^wbicb..b;ii .Jb'eeni before; prom ijils .apostbis,-Ui^ver, Reyno.lds, Castje, i}iid,^Ed�'aj^;an^ jwliiWli'ii^a'intebde^To be broiigjit into' tl�e'.^�fei;t(ott yf, ii^  lipil..ofj^ Ipetfpfc,'ofi*i#hit:b't�niimacy FreliiWri)' wi�. Hie! Bcti^i aqicl ;Tilliijioa��geBt.l,      ^; WOODTflORPE.' VfTESTM-INSTER LIFfi;- ASSURANCE nnd ANNUITY OFWCE; {ifhsnd imit CbHilillii Loudon, Esiabhsjsfd^jn 1792, &r l,is��i&v ^ri|^j|.tt'fm*-io:'ihe Public ss have liilberlo secured to tbiSi^aMiBfamenttlrel^ decided Patrinagewjtf *npporl , ^ DiaecTOlu, Thii�tee8, �i|^^|ilto8V' *     Sir James Grahami Bart: J�6l>i??h�gnniil,"'\' :      Cbariei!i��cManjE�q.:Dep�ysCI�ft*e�,V- , .n----1, tr...j... _: ... . 05i�feilJ;feHbbiigt;KJJft,; Ralpb t;ie)ii%a>crv.j�i�: .�a}. Geoo^.^s^fiUs^-Etq.. WillKiii, Mii��j!, Esq. JosertSiiXfeEiq* JohirrSoatievEsq.  Rd. 'Williams; Esq. Snlicilor. This iloy Is poblishedj price T f ARABLE LAND into PASTURE, by iransplantioB Torf,aud on olbrr rural SnI-jecls. By FRANCIS BLAIKIB, Steward and-Agent to T. W. Coke^Esq. Printed fur J.'Harding, 36,'St, Jnmea*s. fBath. . ,.By.w.bom a.ls�isre.pnblisbed,.by'lhe same Autbor, ..PARLIAMENTARY^ LEITF-RS, rand other POEMS. Second Editioo, vritb A^itions, In foolscap 8vo. price 4s. 6d.. boards.' ' "     � CHESS IN TABLES.. This day is published, elegantly printed in royal 8vo. with a Frontispiece, prjce If. Is, boards, CHESS' fk-ndered Famiftar   &y TABULAR DEMONSTRATIONS of the various Positions aud Mnvements'of the Game, as. described by Pliilidor; with-manycriticalSitiiaiionVandMavei, and a concise-Introduction 10 Ibe Game. By J. G. POHLMAN. �* "Philido'r-wrote for proficients, in Ihe Game, and has recorijed critical ^iluaiions and difficult processes with stenog'rapbic brevity. His commentator, on. the contrary, bas exhibited in spacious Inbniar demonstrations, or progressive'representatiobs of tbe.^succeediug pbases, the instruction's of the Master: Thus, that which llie Learner would hive to find or make put fronj the original work, at the expeuse'of much lime and paihsj is here already done to bis eye, or, as we-mfght sky, to his band. ' To-play from Ibe buok/is often -af-^iurre of sulitaty amusement, and inures tlieyonng Student to*)resee consequences, to stroggle. with.difficuWe^and to extrlcate'hiniself from embartast-:tiSeiil3?'^-i�rdntbly Reviewi^Ociobiirfliiio: London : Printed for Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy, Pater-nosler-row. - By whom also are published, 1. A PRACTIGAL TREATISE on Ihe GAME of DRAUGHTS: coutaining Moves of Games drawn, or equally well played, &b. and tabular representations of the 'critical situations; to which are prefixed, Rules, Principles, and Instructions.   By J. G. Pohlman.  18mo. price Is. 6d. 2. The BACKGAMMON TEACHER; a Treatise, new 'and original, throughout, in which the sure means nf attaining superiority at that Gnroe are clearly pointed out. By W. Green.   ISmo. price Is. 6d, MEETING of the CITYo/GLOUCESTEli, DECEMBEtt 13. A Requisition to the Mayor of this City having been signied by the Bishop, Dean, Prebendary, and many inhabitants, requesting him to convene a public meeiing of the citizens and inhabitants, for tbe purpose of signing a dutiful and lojal Address to his Majesty-the Mayor, in compliance with that request, fixed such meeting tor be holden this day at the Shire-hall ; and fierer wasa nieetiugin this city so numerously and respectably attended-the nuni> ber present being estimated at upwards �>f 1,700, including most of the first characters in the city. The .Mayor, having beeii trailed to the cbafr, shortly addressett the hieeiiiig, in explanation of the object for which thev' were convened ; and requested (hat every geulleiiian who offered himself to the meeting-might he patiently and attentively heard. Mr. iUoNTAGOE th<;n fo  Bup{ibrt hini, and to maliitaiu oiir'itivaiuable;-^^^ no ntaa would baVe been more reiid^'than hiiA'^lf' tci siib--scribe bis name, for in I6>%lty �itidattai:hijient to bis Soy.erfiigtj, and in venei-attoa'Tor tite prmcipIVS .of the CoDStiitiitoQ, he yieldetJ .to iio man ; but as the iAddretss embraced .other Id|i|ic8j and at.he deemed' ^t a libel, 0(1 the character,'6fabecUjri whose toysTiy joo. �ne. Kbtil.d spspeci ; ind jaa> thereJwas a dh-pct ultack;bi) the fiieedom of thejfiress, *h�cte >th� pajladwo) of: British-lil>ierty;,he^eoi>>3'i]otcbn>-sisttniVy :give his sttiii^tidii ttiiitbat AAdrfest >ui)le�t; ^tl>e parts to whrchvhe admtedwerewhlidf^^^ Mr. Hye^t theit tdse,; itidi'Bfteripoiirtoyjug,'iat this 'ifiiniiS3tiiflrtn^ . >^ _____:.i    '   r�i^ .uiT. ii Ira/ vfltrh th* people vutjured lif-theiii)poIific4indttP> vfiiit) -Adniiiiittrstioa bjr whli:fa the naoul^cw^r 4he *mpitewe�.frrtl�iie4.Bwar� � Mr. GAftTSR fa{l�itve4 IVlr. H^ett at con�deftii>fe Iei%th; 'B�d, aftt^ it�vt|^g' ettlai^ge4'4n tlie^lii|M[ck WbU^b: Jie -h^ �� :adV�tj�di coilctaJ�(t>i-4>f tetiibiling itte ftiQniifi^tl r, - '. y J^^ -ciJlisill^AtUil^gtli; -ilifMiicfe-'he 'mv* ^u^iv)Sff interruptiti %'^)ii*^' �0{>p^(>iTed the. Qi�|r<^�t Ad. dreib, and eHdeaivotii'� f the Livery, took his sekt in tlie Hajl. TheU'-uat ceremonies being perforined by the Crjer- The Lord Mayor addressed ayfew! words to the ineeing. The respectability of the signatures to the requisition had induced' him to convene the Hall. The object was Ino-fnid-to iieliberite on an Address to. Ihe Queen, and to lake, into consideration the conduct of the lateLord Mayor. In respect to the latter object, \\t hoped that nothing itividioiis would be imputed lo'him in haviag consented to call a meeting having thalt, among'others, for its object. He fell hifnself bound to accede to a requisition so regularly and respectably sigoed, and he knew of uo jiower.Which he possessed 'to preventrthe Livery friiin taking^'Ae conduct of any officer of the Corpo^ibh, whom tticy'might choose --tbc^selact for uW^^itEpoae* coii'sidttWoinC He craved an irojiartial hearing for atl.: parties and opinions. The Requisition and signatures were then read. Mr. CoATES udranced, and said, that he was proud of being the fii^t Liireryinan to address the first Halt convened tloripg the present Mayoralty. They had reason to be proud of their present Cliief Magistrate, who had been exalted to his seat-not by rotation, but by choice-not of right, but election and preference. There were other erases of reasonable rongrHiulation. Wheii Jastthe Hail oiet to address the Queen, they *ere" Surrounded by a military force;"now, they atid-their Magistrate were only surrouiided by the best, affections,' the devoted confidence, and ardent patriotisni of the citizens of'London. He was not igif brant of ihe responsibility of the task ^hich had'devolved upon him.   It was'i in possible for him tor forget that he was standing bo those bbardii whtth' had for so long ---w--^    -----v.^.-;-J -----c:_'l the Hiftise of Lfi^a. to ai�e>a �8nettiin to those �rti��is��i*'ft<^^1^^^ tioi) of the country were lojfal wi^ well �ff -jiii^tfi*> Mintsteis chW t<| refirMettfw iiiuh antl aeditlQii the' exprei� & 'pbserve that the decUion mmiiVd opt ^*APOinp&f� withont the concUrrenre of ifie Other wbeiviteoVAerved, as Mr.'Sheridan well of Mi. Pltf Jjitl -ussociates, How rare in itJ|f^�epiira��S ixqtilfsae^, mid how wondefiTuI in'it* cnisi^aiibiis" Hint ffousi: was, there �os little,' � it sppeafcd ftehlMfj iti the decliix�n:'��f tli^ assembly-wllicli �Nil4^'aff�Ct'- li� iVl'aj^S^ gwVertft eit&affiw.' '^litaiaSturtif'on 'CU'iia^^'^W^^^yi^i^^ .'^ . %een by ai^ of thase tfaratwotfti feiifteii '-^ �'�" meehanics who had^gori&'tb BrandetiRargh ^uMe* and been foun^ 4�iIlX( 't, JS'PB'".' have been a coj�-AHCtion truly disgraceful, totf he s!iS;,-i!i?refufe�^ that the worklngclassesiiost^Wd more wi'sdum-ana.'- ' virtue that] the liiglier oljjsses"? f^&f'isttl t4ie  working classes werfe feis interested iii tli^ question than tbe aristocracy. Had the Lords sent the DiU down to the Coinmons,-it would'not have aliered his contrictioii as tallie ^lieeri'lflHnocence. Had the. Commonvcbneurreir witfi'tHi^ Lords, his conviction would not hav6'be'eh./altered. � Their own' Speaker had declared the sije-of seat�:tij be nolo-riotas as the sun at'hooti ifay. A Menifatr of Adtninistration ha4. been ^.pnvicwd tfr�efe such a sale, and received no rebiiK fsfjliinrfihaieiit. TharHodse had sanctioned thet^.se oT'spieS aud informers, bad allowed ihe-JiioiiclJejiter^ifiaisaCn; H� be passed bVer wrthotft'1i>qtfey'r co�W:fr?-^�f �g^ he to attach any iraportSffte^to the decision of sochj a body on such a case..^ . Had the Xirfg. been.' brought to do any ltiing.'8o-.monstrou*. me to the Qaeeii. They were there assembled as loyal men, to perform a loyal duty. ' Here'he would observe, that there was a great deal nf mock loyalty going ajjout' tbe country-a sort of loyally which emanated from authority-^acreditlesa, insolpfnt kind of loy-Blty-i(/.awgteer)-a loyalty which was no doubt eminently htted to appear in The :Gazette-_ {Laugfiter\-provided it occupied tl�e place usually assigned tQ the lift. #f bankrHptciea. Thdt loy-. ally which dreaded, drscusiion,,^ which soog^ht hole* and corners, which played at hiife-ahd-seek. uT(y of advancit�g' with no i>ther pfe-teiksions than the sinceri^ of individual 'feeling,' the ardoiir Of individual "patriotism'.;' but it had been deemed advisable that the 'matter which he was about to propose" to -thetii sho'itld come frotn" some  member of the Liverywlioiheld nor office'nbr delegated trust. Qiie hdd been'selected*, to^act on this peculiar ocgtsibn froia the general body |of the Livery, aiid huvihg ho distiiictibn, he lyas to beconie the advocate of tHeinriglitr, aird'tb propose to them that they should carry np aii dress of Congrdiulation,' and lay it 'at tlTe''feet bf hsr Majestj? tbe 'Qoeen. Qn the propriety bf so doing he apprehended that; there Cibtitd be-no dispute. If it had been fbiind'proper arid advisiiHe to Address Kin^ Gebi-ge IH.-'When an atti>ci(&ri'WaS made vipoif his'life bj^'a' Vriistr^Ble 'm:itT'fie,'''itVia^ snreVj^ bitiShg on iliie LiVery''tb''congritulaie>ihe Queen oii her escape froih afar hiori deadly''b'lbi( aimed it fifer life aadhonou'r.a'bl^ow'difectea by ftfc-lioniiiiil uiii^gne, and derivin'g aiidimpeliis . ffoiii' corrupt influeifca; The^. h'ad e'very poMible reason for cpn^ratuMtidgthfi Queen on aUiK^e frbis the viifest plot Ihiat eVer blackened the aurials orhistorj-. First of tiTl he quoted'the'cbstnin oT the City to espress their loyal.congTatnitfiibbi) oti atiy occasion!* of importance to'th�'Rbyal Family. In Ibis practice the cirizen8t)f Ldiidbn were second to no body'in ih|^ empit^e. He referi^6d4o the Addresses wfljij^Kliad'heen preset of the i>rei�?nt'^i^a'to t^he "B^^ on lier roatniiAanialj..^bhi)e'3tibni WitK the'ptese^King, then PriW6;of'Wiles.  Aid^tenes^werei presented ;on that ip^(�Sioh, thf (bliyce^o'f^he^^ joyous ex^ertattbtts, ttt' the Elba -the-Queeb, the .Prince^ 'd'frd the Prtoeess �f' Wales. ' He thVn �c'e8�� he Teferreii'tftem to the who, ;8p^J8kitlg^bf ii�eJ?Qu�n laite^ \ was one.wlA>Se'Wgfi- 1>S^ destiny, Imarked her oiit for the p'iide and: g^^    of hirsei,. T^u^iMA^ npiKiM ^ii^ � .iiA> ii�i-:i�AWiv*ii4^-- ger iiiibpte'cl? imbit piorni- ,   .        parit of h�rf.Maj�t]^'4 historfi'fi^^^^ '(^aie to' the'co^iidietaUoh ^Fthe^ tttteproceediiigs leap, but it wag' disgracel'tlT to tTie' L.ivery Lomion. How was it that Alderman Rothwell was so afraid of his loyalty being exposed to the public gaze ? He thonght it ea�y to discover a cUie for this .intricacy. The facetious Dr. Louth suid, ihut prayer must destroy sin, or sin would destroy prayer. The Alderman, perhaps, judged that cor-rupii^n'must destroy discussion, or discussion would destroy corruplion. It had been said that a'va!.t deal i>f sedition^ immor.Iiiy, blasphemy,.nnd^dis-afttictibn were abroad in the land. He snbsciiiDed ti>-. this-but when he Ibuked for disloyalty, was he to search amiAig the radicals.' Yes,-the radicals of llie green bag, among the factioti of St. JamesV. Was he to look for blasphemy among the'pe.optei^ jNo; but if he foniid a milred head dealing ih royut indulgences^ holding out a temptation to royal crime by his manner of eJtpoui^ding the law of God, teaching "a Prince that , lie coul^ do: no wrong--he would look for blasphemy there. Immorality, too, existed to a fearful extent. How should it be otherwise, when the green bag had been poured forth upoii il,^ t^ouiiiry, like I'aiido-ra*8 box, emitting every posaible'evil, poiaouing the minds and thoughts of the yb^ng and ibuughiless, polluting the imaginations of th'eir wives and daughters. A friend of his had Ternbn^traud with bis wife against her reading the. riewspapeTs. My low." was her reply, " there can be no harm iii reading that which the Bishops have listened to." Fbr.'�e-di'ion and treason he traced them to the jnf^^uQons placards of one against wllom a true bill bud,b.e�ii found; and for the geper.at mass of Ifil^spheniy, irnmorality, disaffection, arid djsfojal^,.he,fouiid it in the Trea?ury Prints, He quoied ntsoy.. offensive and daring libejs frotp ST^e; Courier 9guiii�t.,the Queen.' From these iiisiiances of seditious sland 3 they might observe that,p fib$l or two. might be' comrnitte'd with impunity on t^e righl ,,sidt. Adverting to the loy.ul declai-alion of the Wanl uf Cheap, .he^ observed aipotigj the; c�b''cr.bers t��e nante of one who wjs. ' p/inter, publisher, arid vender, of the moist " pfoffigate, ob�cene, arid' seditious'"'caricatiite*, b'lie '-o.f .which repcesested ' hi.� piftsent Majesty in the tpbst degVijcIf d mauJier, sining'withtwb fat scullions ii)..ihe_ kitchen, vtitiei tit Brighton, eating a steak... The pi^Ce was. tailed *'Higti Life Below Slairs,". a.nd vivii. poblisJied nut 100 miles froiriSi. Paul's-/CflM. ^ Te^g; Ttgg;*' Jrom varidujs spurts ny^-'i/ieHitU.J-^R the. general charge pF aedit'OA. .and '6iiap&etp,y thtt, people'iVere eTtcul'pated by the ans'wRK'of .th'e'-3King lb. tlie'seven addre'ssiiig. Ald'errhen, ' H'9 Maje��j's Words TVirej;;*' A spiritsitnilar tp^bat by.wh.ii;h you are anirisatei predeihiniJiesthfbtjgho.ui' the kiug-dom."' .'Tlijyi^dtd ,f�w.'".M.a^^y.redtetii th'eiiijiired cbaraclei* &f i^i �feh[Bf?'hS'wl-itlrwent itjll fitrther."They Were Vontainkd iiti*^i* Answer to the/Addtt bf the peoplij' of Ryer^iii"^! rely with ceft&den't'e on the.' ^gbod sense of th^lifenple; they ore at all lirtlea aintl ott all bccji'iibbs feithfnl. Individuals,tntjy' Be ledt'^ astray-by-the pirt^l'dela'sioos of tfie^diaotiji ;'biit rbodyz-iofji'tfefe naiioiiii.ihEt.'i my penpte are.^lway� s^i'dsd 'V thfe ihi aeefr' was ihrowpr'^bat? avowedly fwni"'feipei:t   

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Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

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Your Membership Includes:
  • 25 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

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