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   British Press (Newspaper) - December 20, 1820, London, Middlesex                                IVUMBER 5629. LOJVDON,. 1^E<(:fEIV t �ppenranc8 in Ihat cbarafter); La Nippe^ Mr. Harlcy ; Ralph, Mr. KniKbt. AnurtUi'ltUdame VrsirU; S.ipliia, Miss ''Hbitt ;/Begj;y^Mi8B Povey:; MoVl Flagop, Mr. SluiiUcn. After whicIi.Uie.Musiral Drama of THE LADY AND THE.DEVIL. Wild1ove,Mr. Ellisloii; Jerrmy, Mr. Harjey; Signor Ra-fael, Mr. Gallie; CUuiliaii, Mr. Barnard.  Negombo, RJf�. Blanil; Zepbyriiia,'MiM Kelly. i The Pooi;i> win lie-opi-ncil al Hatf-psBt Six o'clock, anil the,Pi;rfornianccii on racK Kveiiine rumiti^ce al Seven... i Boxi�,-7ft ; Second Pricf, 3�. 6d..-^Pi�( fls. ed/'; Spennd � Prjpc, jfl.-Lower Gallery, 2s. ^ Second .Prtce, Is.-Upper Galjer}',Is.; Second Price,6d. / � :i?lare� |o be rakeil of Mr'. RoaWeHj in iheRolunda of Uie Salncm nf lhe'I%>&iir�.i - }Vivate'B6xe�;  Mi-, Errlon; Donglas, Mr. C. Kembte; Monleitli, Mr. Abboll; Kierly, Mr. Corner. Enerrah-Clare, Earl nfGluVtcr, Mr. Chapman ; Lnrd de Cliifurd, Mr.Connor; .Sir Reginald Fjiz-Euslace, Mr. Clare, ninnt,   Helen ^nife ofWallace), Mrs. Bonn. '   Afier which the Farce of KATHARINE AND PETRUCHtO. Petrucfal?, Mr. C. Kenible; Bapljxta, Mr. Chapman; Grn. mio, Mr. Blancliard: Bioudello, Mr. Vales.   Kalharine, To whirh will be added, the Farce of THE SLEEPWALKER. ' Sir Patrick' M'tJuire, Mr. ConnorSuinno, M'r. Yates. Mrs. Decorum, Mrs. Davenport; Suphia, Mrs. Sorting. - Boxes,'7s ; Srcond Price, 3s. 6d.-Pit, 6d.; Second Price,-as.T--fAna �. 81, Pall-mall, will be duly forwarded. CLERGY- :   ,        AMERICAN. NOVEL. '     ,�:        This day is published. ZELICA the CREOLE: u Novel, in 3 voU. , , By An AM ERICA N- �   " Farewell! farewell !-uniil Pity's sweet fountain Is lost in the hearts of the fair mid the Iware, They'll weep for the Lady that died hn llie mountain. They'll weep for the Lady thai sleeps in this grave." Printed foi; William Fearihan, Library; 170, New Bund-Ircel.  AT a very'KE&PECTABii;^ MEETING of  IlfHABITANTSof th^ WARD of CRIPPLEGATE WtTHIH, held Oh Saturday, December '2,.lt>SI), at the Baptist's Head CiitTee-hrinse, Aldermanbncy ; THOS. HELPS, t�q t tbi'a^erind nf ppblit: agitation,'whep, from the im^i^king^bnjdness-of (he dislciyal fpd disaffected, the peace, good order,: and liberties of onr County are eodan-gereii, da conceive itlo lie onr duty to declare-      !- " That we view, with Mie greaiest disapprubalipri aiidab. J horrenCe,'tlie att'enTpts which faclioiiA atid desig^tni; men have lon|f been making, in an iafinile variety of Ways, to excite disaffection in the country ; and their endeavours, by. degrees, to hripg ialo contempt the Christian Religion, the saci^rd Persnn of the King, llie Administration of Justice, and all our vencrahlu and invaluable Institutions; convinced as we arc, Iha.^.at whatever-sacrifice it may he of the happi. nrss or property uf their fellow-conntrymen, the .ultimate object of the promoters of these attempts-is to subvert the established ordrr of Society, and the Conttitutiou of the Kingdom. I That, in the furtherance of this design, the disaflTected, ev^ ready to lake ndvautage of p&ssiug events, are now availing themselves of the late unliappy investigation; not ffom any regard to the person, interests, or honour of the Illustrious Individual, whose couduct was the subject of in. quiry, but that, under the cloak of attachment lu her righls, they may insolently attack the' highest authorities of the realm; and, by mibleadiog the well.disposed, and iur flaming the passions of the igiioranl, more securely and cressfiilly pursue the'accomplishment of tlieit wishes. " That the most |)6wei'ful instrument employed by these enemies of their country's peace, is a seditions and licentious Press, which has, we fear, but too successfully Uhoured to undermine tbe loyal, moral, and religious principles uf the nation in general. " That, whilst we entertain a strong sense of the great be. nefils that have been derived to us from a free Press, we feel it our bouiideu duly, as men and christians, to express our ulmusi detestation uf the many blaspbemujus and seditioui publications of-tbe present day, wbrreiii Religiuo is defamed, our Sovereign openly insulted and reviled, and tbe authority of the laws deHed.' We pledge-ourselves to discourage,and, to the utmost of our power, suppress such publications; anil we earnestly call on our fellow-citizens to jiiih us in dis-counlenaucing the disseminalioii of sentiments equally inj^i. rious to domestic morals and the public peace. "That, having the happiness to live iii a land the most reii.QwntSd.&f its gjoi^' and prosperiiy-r^ivbere comfort is more universally diStieeil, arid morality more gineraify pre> valent than in any otber;-where benevolence applies her aliention to every want-where property is safe, and fice-dom, both'civil and religious, is secured-where tbe laws are alike just in eiiactineut,and impartial in administ ration-. and, under n mild and-paternal Government, we firmly re. solve to do our best towards preserviog^tbese blessings to ourselves and our fellow.subjrcis, and handing Ibrm down unimpaired to our posterity; and fur this purpose, we hereby declare our aifectiunate and inviolable attachment to bis Majesty's Person and Government, oUr zealous regard fur the Laws and Constilutioii^of our Country, and our reso. lution, to the utmost uf our power, to protect and support the same." ~ '   This day is published, price As. boards, ANTr-SCEPtlClSM ; jor, an I  ip furmcr Adveritsi'menia, Propmats YlifOn Mch'Persd^s or Cumpaniea as may be disposed, id-xpigitge in this .uiidrrloking.-^ The Lease Is proposed t� lie'|^r)ii>|e(l for.{KKyedFR...Tbe:Person offering Ihe highsst RiE�t'li> be accepteil as''lhe Leasee, hut the sameto be Beitt^IiFVeWliie first Five Years, and at half the Rent for the tw�t Five Years. The Erobaj)](mpnt to becurop|etr.ho.o'n 1819 compfeifdilieit Terms of SEVEN'YEARS! INSURANCE, Ibat' RETURNS of TWENTar.FlYE PER CENT, upoil atl PMmiiims paid-by Ihemdudog that time, are receivable here; and i'titreqnesletl Ihat aiicb,persons as have neglected to receiveIfaeir Returns in preceding yeara''wiU apply for the same furlbwitb. - - J.T.BARBER BEAUMONT, " Managing Director. COUNTY FIRE OFFICE;. REGENT-ffTREET. TRUSTBES, His Grace Ihe DUKE of NORFOLK, His Grace Ihe DUKE of RUTLAND,   . The Must Noble the MARQUIS .uf NORTHAMPTON, &c. &C.-&C.    -' And SIXTY DfRECTOBS. Managing Director, i. T. Barber Beaumont, Esq. F.A.S. THE'xlistin^uishing Priiiciple bi this OfBce is, thai it combines the slabilUg of a Gmpany hinting a large Capital witbibe ritnoTA^tantag* oftharing Profifa as in Union Societies. . A permanent CapilaltiriObjOMhbas'been formed iii ad-, dition to the fluGliialingCapital.^lUlg frpi;) the Premiikms; and it is expressly provided, that these f'utids alone shall be answerable,for Losses, -wbehcii ^jrsuns insured are effec-tually reciired/rom LiabilajfUittiiljoaan of others. Returns of.20 and 25 jier Cent have beep invariably paid to all, Persons Who have cpnti'nitetl'insiired Seven Years, whether their Policies wefe tataaburfar Seven Years, or were renewed anndally, which Relunis ifuriag the last Six Years have exceeded S^,OODl. Cn>ss.�Ire K(>   ' /tndiry lit. a. i^ew>lt,-|Bte of rfereforrf, 'laijot, at ope, at ifiet^fFii'e l|iMise,|Sl. Ji^ohnVs|reel,1}i'i'erord Jatiinry 12. G.'IIuIIom, Uledf Birmihgltainip.ictUre-dfeilel-, ot twelve, at the-Boyal Hotel, Birminghatni-' l,'' Jann�ry-27. J. Morton, of the Strand, Middleie*, printer, at twelve, ai QuildhatJ, London. January 9. R. Ci'ombie, Of tulielsea, Middlesex, vrclualler, al twelve, at Guildhall, L.nnilun. January 9, R. Cnssetsj'fif St. Swithin's-Unr^ Londonj merchant, al tjvetve, al ^ui|dliittl. January 9. S. Brc��rr,of New Qrentford Middlesex, grocen af eleven,�{ Giiild(iall,,Lbndun.     . JanuAy 2>. J.miden iiid M. Wahlen, l�t> pT SI. Jobn, Racfcuey, Middlesex, butchers, at twelveif tit Guildbali) LondOUi January 10. G. England, of Exeter, botclierr at eleven,, al , the Old London Inn, Exeter. ;g|f' Jantiary 27,J W, B- Jjckso^m lale of �KCter, rairihmtj^ ele-ven, at ihe GlobrtHii^iExeler.   . �  - T: T�pho�k^-�f!SvJaiftHftlJr--J.. Ctarfc<^'bf'Wnkefold, York, b0oli:sener..--J,;H.adg�,lale;pf-,Chelleiiii'im,Gluuirfster,caal-merchanl.-rT. Breimanmes-street, Bedford-row, London; and Mr. Joseph Shnll, Walsall, Staffordshire. Joseph Slater, late of Wolverhampton, Stafford, maltster, to sutreiKler, December 29, 30, and'January 30, at twelve, at the Hen and Chickens, Holeil, New-street, Birmingham. AttorneySj Messrs Longand AuEteD,'Holhorn;Courl, Gray's-Inn, London j and Messrs. Smithy'Arnold, and Haines, Birmingham. Jobn Hay, of Keilwortli, Warwick,'builder, to surrender, January 2, 3, and 30, ateleven, at the Castle Ion, Coven, try: Atlorneys, Messrs; Laiog an.d. Son, Coventry; aud Messrs. Lung and Ausl^'j Gray's lup,.London. Edward Leeson, of Wt;ud.slreel, .I^ondon, and of Coven. Iry, rihbon-manuficluFer, to surreoder, December 23, Ja. ouary 2, andSO, a%lei)^ at Quildliall, Looiion. Atturhrys Messrs. Longand Apstefi^Bolborn.couft, Gray's inn, l>ou-don ; and Messrs. Trougblon and Lea, Cov^try. Samuel Scarf, of Leeils,-wtoi� i:� the Moor, in the said county,  fariner. John Kirsopp, formerly of Hole-row, in the parish of'Sb*'-ley, in the county of Northumberland, but late of Slalry-Woodfoot, in Ihc said county, farmer. At the Castle of Lincoln, in {he County of Lincoln, on the 2d' day of February, 1921,' at len o'clock in the forenoon. Joseph Tliarratt, formerly of Alford, in the couuty uf Lincoln, aud late of South Somercoates, iu tbe same couniy, yeoman. At li.e Castle qf Chester, in the County of Chester, dn the 9th day of J-anuary, 1821, at ten o'clock in the forenoon. William Bostock, formerly-of Newton by D.ircsbury, in the county of Chester, farmer, and lale of Frodsham,-io;the same county, labourer. William Horrgcks,, late of Slockporl, iu the tounty of Chester, manufacturer. . '. ' At the Guildhallt in Ihe City of Bath, on the I6th day of January, 1821, at teu o'clock in ibe^forenoon. Thomas Haynes (sued as Thomas Haines), lale of the parish of Walcot, near the cily of Baih, in the cuttnly of Somerset, gardener. At \\''ar*ick, on the gih day of January, Igiil, .^t ten o'clock in the forenoon. Moses Marks, late of No.60, Bradford-street, Birmiogkiili), black-lead pencil-maker and dealer in silver and plated goods. Thomas -Hughes, late of the parish of Aston juxta Birmingham, in the county of Warwick, cooper. Richard Deeley, late of Hens-row, Camp hill, near Birmingham, Warwickshire, brass fire-iron maker. William Pendred, late of Rugby, in the couniy of Warwick, rope-maker. ' 1 John Hopkins,late of Wixford, in the county of Warwick, blacksmith. William Glbbs Thomas Moncrieff, lale of'No. 03, Hercules-buildings, Lambelb, iu the coiioly of Surrey, aulhor. Robert Wakeman, late of Birmingham, iu the county,of Warwick, accountant. .   .   , Elizabeth Lowe, late of Birmingham, m Ihe county of Warwick, fishmonger. . , Christopher Lunn, lale of Birmingham, in- Ihe couniy of Warwick, pork-butcher. At Bedford, iu the County of Bedford, on ihA loiii dny of January, 1821, at ten o't lock iii the forenoon, William Th'bmpson, formerly of..PiiKhiU, near Beadle, in Ihe county of York, nurseryman, and lale of. thelown of Bedford, iu the couniy of Bedford, nursery and seedsman. At the Shive-Hall, Gloucesier, on the Qth d�y ef January, 1821, at ten o'clock in llie forenoon.   . Thomas Taylor, late of Alston, in the parish uf Cbellin-ham, in tbe county of Gloucester, hahn r. Thomas Wade, Wte of Shetb�ru�, iu Vive cnunly of QoMi t.   

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