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Publication: British Press December 28, 1820

British Press (Newspaper) - December 28, 1820, London, Middlesex - 9 Numbs 14 566. U)Ni30N, THURSDAY,'I^ECKMBER 28,. 1820 Price 7d. THBATRE-ROYAL, DIWHY-LANR: i THIS* EVENING, THUHSDAV, Dec. 28; hiiJVIajeslji's Servants will perform ilie Tragedy uf , BRUTUS;* � Or, THE FALL OF TAU^UIN, Xnciuo Jaiiiiia Biiiiiis, Mr. Wallack ; Titus', Mr. Cooppr ; Sfxius Tarquin, ^Ir. TlionipSoie; ArnnJiie),'Mi�sTrte. The. Doots will lie.opened at" Half.jiaal Six o'clock, and Ilie �Pi-rfoi'triancps ou eHcti Rveiiine cummeuce at Seven. -Hoxn,. 7�.; Seconil -Price,' 3s, fid.-Pri, Zs. Bd.; Secoiiil jPrintj; iJii.-7-Lower Galleiy, Ss.; Second Price, Is.-Upper CjDery.'U.} Second Price,ed. -PJareB-w-beJeKenof Mr. J&ilyreltj in flie:BnfOnda of llie-Sil�wo.frf;tl)c Tbejiire.- �  Private boxes c.iii only bo ohtnincd fur Ibe Evening of SSr. Kodwell, at rhc Bnx-Officc. ihe uew Comic Panlomime rnlled.Tlie Nortli.West Piis. �Dge will be repo.nleii.every Dvenine till furlficr notice. To-morrow, The Drnmalist, with The Kival Soldiers. On Saturday, The VVoiiiler ; Vjolanic by a Lndy (her first �aj. pearanre at Ibis Tlieatrr). On .Monday,, Sliak.'ipcare'K Tr.isedy of Coriolanus. On Tuesday, The Lord of the .Manor: Triiemore, filr. Br^tham. A new Comic Musical Piere, in l�-,o parts, will be pro-ilueeil in a few days, called Giovanni iil Irelaiuf. Priacipihu.i- Pliicnis.^n Viris noii Hllima Imui est-Hon. CIRCULATING LIRUARY, S.r. J AM i:SS..S TlieET. SAMS, �ISn.ikiit-lli'r to liiK HnJ''-A nrs* llie, Uuke pf York, eralcfully returns his sincere acUnnwtedgmenIs to the Nobility and Gentry, tor llic auspicious encouraJjeirent lilieral pattooajje wiUi wliich they have houoqred him ; h*- rcsiiecifuliy soHciis their attention to the New Cafalneoc of his Circutiiinsr Lihrmy, which will be t'ouud lo- contain all the New Wo'rl^s t)f merit uptu the present day. Terms'of .Substriptinn at f.illow :PjlJ� ijie. WiiilEil. Sebeojea 36lhe First arid SfCond Loltrnt!* .iur 1820, The First Ldflery will be all drawn 53d Januiiry, the day wlieo Parlitiment meets, and wlicn 1 hri-e Priaes of 21,000/. are sure to'be drawn in the first Five Minnies.- 4, tJorubill, and 9, Ciiaiing-cross. ' ruRATnii-noYAi., C(/y/i^r7--GAno/iy. fflHIS EVENING. TfJOK.SDAY, Dec. 28, fi. will be'p^rformed the Comedy of \SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER." YounXMarlow, Mr. 'C. Ucmble ; Hardcasilc, Mr. Faw-r^)ll : Tony Lumpkin, Mr. Liston ; Sir Charles Marlow, Mr. ',ii:ipman,|l Hastings, .^r. Abbott. Mrs. Ilarricastle., Mis. lljvsnportj Miss Hardcastle, Mrs. Davison; Miss Neville, M iss Lomt: After winch, 3d lime, a new Grsail and Comic Pantomime, called /HARLRQdlN AND FRIAR RACON; / Or, THE BRAZliN HIvM). Ffiail Bacon, Mr. Corner^ Vaiidriinast (afterwards Patila-loon),/.Mr. Barnes; Adonis Friblilc (afterwards Lover), YuuiigY'''^'''> Youne Mnrley (afirrwanls Harlequin), Mr. }vllar; \lelissent (afterwards Cilumhiiic}, Miss L. Denui?tl; Miles (afterwards (Mown), Mr. Grimaldi. Places foA the Boxes to he taken of Mr. Brandon, at the Bqx^OfIice,Jlnrl-street,from Ten till Four. ASfiriSirte Box may bejiad for (lie Season, or nightly, of Mr. Uraudon, ot the Bov-Office. �Boxes, 7ii ; Seconrt Price, 3s. O.j.-Pit, 33, 6d,; Second Price, 29.-Gallery, 2s.; Second .Price, Is.-Upper G.�i-lery, la.; Second Price, 6d. Ooors.lQ be opened at half.pasi .Six o'clock-the Play to � t.Fsin at Seven. The new^Grand and Comic Pantomime will be repeated ..tic.speciable Mfdical Autboiities. This Powder clr.insi-s mid brsoli/ies the Teelb, Bo-ectens the breath, possesses iiu acid that cju rj>rrqd^ the roamrl, aud puts ii beautiful polish oii the Teelbr .'It is well knowu that many Powilrra possess iptuli-lies highly delrteriinis, but the Public -�ill li.- coiivnir^d lliEl this Powder coiild not have stood ilie lest of (il'iy gears'cxptrieDce,aAd met with such distinguished patrunin;* Villi successit ha^ (Wiie, unless jls proportirs calcu-�i lated/noi onlj- io vleanj but to preserve the Teeth. Sold wliul^te and retail, at ihe Original \Varehi.u,and published by T. and J. AMman, 8ock*:ptlers lu br->r Mijesty, Princes-Btreel, Hauovrr-Fqn:ire; to whom all Advei tiscmrnis and Commiinicalluns to the Editor, post paid, arc requested tube addressed. the C>>iisitluiian) yel he waV curifideiit ihp c^'e^t-bo'ly" *>f the ptMtple tvo.uM r;iHy ruuntl tlit-^jecb as a ^ommeurary oij lUc spirit i>r the Afbifr/is, lie m|u^l ehler bis rfjslrfmjncd protest a^iiuMl it. Siirh Mr( AddVcpses, nlstichaiime^ dui^ril n(�l fo be �ent i lo liis M�i^�^;&dvV� io-Mhu^erH re- } laljve to wbntshiiHhl;bcdlftV fnlni'e'TOHdiiClj^dnjrcnUTin'j a 1 protest aj;aitisl their late nicasures.; and partiruljjly it oujjht to contain Bume allusion to the late pmceediut;* i � *ie-t;irh as m^iny as (hey conld find from the cohoriR nf tel>-*ll;o; , y~.....i..........._________, , provided ihey were slaunc.i in their cause ? Ij;^!! the br. a caulign lo Ibose whose seutimpHiamiBiht be opposite to lu�:, I gincss nf every one lo bring over convei IS from nn erroneuiia and (hat was, ibat there was noihing more likely, lo diKj-i'ti \ school lo Ihe true creed. What was Ihe business of Miniatfira Ihr frame of sociely,_ than lo hold out the doclrhif rill ' of Relieiou >-No'i, surely, to proclaim aivl lairnch fortix wl�� dp not-sopporlfh* Administration are diH;oyal,*�Hd i.iiil | ihrcaieniapa of damnaiioti ; but by powerful, gentle, aud none are friends to Ibe Cqnsfitulion but such as-subicnbe | patient argument, to dtKabuse heretics of ll.eir fatal fnilh- Ihe creed of their pptitical^party. | lu reroucile and rcDiore (tiem to llic bosom of ihearue Sir GE�1tOK Clerk, IVLP. for the county, supported the J-Ic : suspected (he juH(ice and policy of ihcmeaKure, and ap|ja-renlfylherfc was tome cause foi*s�c^osuspicii/n, TUv. Ni>!)'e Ear!,af(rf;r revicwinjr at some lengfli, witlrerfrat abhiy, t'e catisrsof the prevAiting.-diseottlen), conchified by sobmiuin;' sorb Addresses as the uresenl wAtf.^ in many casfs, iarou- \ ' L i � i * .11 r . , . ^ . > ' rounVv wbich we�e nnsuuporled by factp sisieut wnh lhe?r feelings J but there was an order fur I lum ' MM"' Jl from the higher Powers, and it mujt he obeyed.- {Hem\ hfur^ and a taiiifk,)-The legitimate inference (o he diawn from Ihe terms of this Address was not only that'Lbeyap-proved of the past condiicl of Ibe Adminislration, "but thAt (hey woufd support thenij whafevfr ihvir future conduct niighl be-whatever measni'es ikey might afterwards adupt. There was an aIlu!;ion to acerlain subject in the speerli of the gent lemau who sccouded the Addr^s*-, al w hicU be was vny muchaslontshfd ; nrlthcr the rrqiiisiiioiVc-ilIiMg this inppi \ uz, nor the address wlilrh had been prnpo^r?, jnrs. . Mr- MtOBfilk' FitfTKiSG fuUowed oa 4be eaaje side, Mr. XAu^i 0ini8i�riijofce for ihe'^Tneiidmeui.' The Lord AnvocATfi, ihuugh an ofBcial servsnt of the Cniwn, lliougbt.thal he ^yould be descrting4iis dnty i^' bedid not explain the groiiuda on which be cunceived it riffhi (hat the uieeiing hnnhl agree to the original Address. He cuo-couciaried bU Sppecb amid loud cries of" Ko/e, r0('e'." Quealion^ qaesiionV^ . , Mr. Jeffrev did not think that any c;Iearor distinct view bad yet bepu civeu of ihegrou^nds on which beconci'ivcd the question to rest, and he would shortly state iIh? reasons wbich would jndnre bim to press the amendment to a division. With regard lo exprrssions of loyalty, be trusted there could nol he auy diflerence, or a shade of difference, betuecn auy of the Genllpmei^ present. He w.uld object to the original Aildrps.-ifor Iwi� reasons ; firfit, because il co,*ffiiined rxjjresisious in reference ti> the' state of the and Ud lo t'llsc wid, Cfroneoiig conclusions ; Sf-cuiKTly, bpriinsp i t diuii ii >l !o express tho."*e tfciiugs which il was highly pioper am; f'lii.!-(ile lo express to (he Sovert-ign -(//e�/*, hear.)-IK i;nl cui objecl to (he expre.i'-.'y'- was now at an end, nod just and legal st^pB oimht uuw to be jS^overnmPul 5 but who uould deny., thit, cooiim; from lb. tn ' ...... 1 g| gp(,h ? lime as the prrscnt, it virtually iinptifd offering worlby of; the truth to which (hr.y are rfe-Toled. What,, then, should be the efTnrts of eU tho�� 'aliflcfied lo llii* Constitution r Should tliey nut b.-anxioue to bring ivcr Irailors from the heresies ifrt" which they had been mislfd into the lr�.? ihurch-to die-abuse Ibe^ of their prejudices, and of those docirine'' I'v which they bad beew betrayed lo (leslntciitin ^ He dtji^fivt imagine lhat (he most violent Tctrywouhl mainlain the co:>-trary. He no doubt would allow that it would be very d;'-Qruit to convert a hardy, desperite, fleiermintd RatHc-ai into a true Whig, or to the more pore find exalted latth o^' Toryism -(iMugkfcr.}^Uut they cughl al ha^.t to b-- thanif-ful lhat they do nnl abandon the i;i-k, and do ih-I oitprij despair of reclaimiag the disaffprlrd; Ipr if ever ihf y ore i be changed figftui hardened u;ibelievero>.iliun, and thp Tones thtrrl'oit i�hovfid be sincerely (haiikful to the >Vhnjs for iusiiiirtini; U^iralfl iu their preparatory &cli4tol, and handitij; t!-.*.'  (ivtr to Ihrni in a state .of rompaialive tr:ic .ihul n^ai!!-*! tlicin ihp galti ef prn:lPi�rp �id m-'rt v. It "r.^ iinl likely, h*" I hcii ^bl, howfvpi, it-:il t-lif^- u-uii!J tif* rciili'y . (�(JMVPft-e'l froiii i hi' roolfd e.ri'f of thrrr u'Ujh, und is*- w'* innch al'raid th'il ffv? woiiltnif ij;;:iiPil tivi r, t xal Address In his Majesty ou the present slate of the country. The Marquis of LOTHIAN was c.iUed lo ihe Chair. Sir J. Hope then rorcc5iug ibrtr sputinienis, the agents of disallVctiou, eng^'ging a certain portion ol' the Pr^ss, had, in the must wanlou and unprincipled maoucr, pxrrted tht-oiteivi s in hi.HSfiiug aud prejudic-ing the public mind ; and in wh.itever i.sHueti from tliPoi, whefher in ihp sltapij of ucw*(p.tptr?, piiniphlpr4l, and scandalous Itbel. And lo what, he would a�0t, were they 10 iiscribe this nnpret^deiti. vd, this unjust persecution of lus iMnjesiy ami his tMiuisters? Why, because they w-.uUl not coiispul lo place al the luad uf fr-niaiti i^oriely in ihis couulry, oup whose conduct bad been liip common .scandal of Uuropp, whom a inajority of her .ludgpflhatl voted guilty-[UmT,UcarjLenr\}-Was it for this (hat the Govprnment was to be abused-because hU (Vlajecty had lissumo-' the tried and fiiihfnl servaut-S who hud pu. j'�ycd his faHirr's Ciiufitlenre, and who, during (he gUrioU'i pe-i iud of the Ri'iCPUcy,.had persevered tn (he^^trn^glefbr Euro-penn iudeppiideucc lill they bad Kcbicved a. Irrumph unexampled in (he annals of the country? This was a lime wljen tbir voire'^>f loyally sliuuhKbe heiinr frbni oiip end of the tind thungb a few. re&tiess-demigugues It^kcn in regard tu her IVlajesly, and to 5'tve quiel to ihe couu try. The people rpquired this, and tins (bey utu>it gr-l. It had been lusinuatpd that it was only the lower orders-that it was Only Ihe rabble who spoke thai language. This was a most malicious and mischievous misrepresentaiiou. It was the middle and respectable classes cf the commiuuty who now raised their voice, and it was a voice which miist, soyiKr or later, be altentled lo. One of the many causes of the prcv sent nnsattsfiiclory slate of ihc country, were the otlRin|it=. mndc to alienate the Aristocracy from the lower orders of the people-to separalc the interests of the higher and lower classeg of society ; and he would say, thai if surli a syttem were persisted in-if the chasm was unfortunately widened-Ihe higher orders would al last be compctl-ed lo shrink for sbeltet'behind the shield of force-.1 pro-tecdon which would prove unavailing, 'when Ihe great body pf the people were roused :l� lii^k# a iH�itcd^�i4^BJm.ull^r UOTuriHoveinent'of TPst's(anCe>^(?i�m'�n'i'V c^erfn^)-The hypocritical cant of a few aristocrats and minions of Admi-lustration would never overpowei* or oveibalance Ihe general voice of Ihe community--Heitr.)--Mr. Ferguson cou- eluded with proposing au amendment (o the Address which had been read by the Hon. Banmet (Sir John Hope), wliicli, while it breathed the same spirit of moderatiou, contained also sound advice, and which he trusted the meeliug would view os orte of s�ch a rlescriplioij, Ih^tt every lover of his couDlry and friend to bis Sovereign would adopt.-(f/enr.) Sir A; M.Gibson secomled the amendment. Mr. n. Vbrb spoke in favour of the amendment. tMr. James Stuart said, (bat he could not help obs^i>ing, llmt aiihougb IbrceGenllemeu had now spoken io favour of the Address proposed by the Honaurahle Baronet, be bad not heard any thing but assertions from them, and least of all, aiiy statement of facts, or any argument ou which they were founded. They bad contented themselves with making one remark, that if ever there was a period when ihe mcft-ing should vote a Loyal Address lo the Throne, the present was the time. They not said why, and he therefore proceeded (u noiiee the speech of Ihe Learned Geullemau who had neconded the Addre8S,and who had founded its uccpr-sily on assertions for which no authority bad been adduced, of Hagitious attempts now made iu tlie couolry lu excite disaffeclion, and uf Ibe necessity of Ihe inlcrtcrence of such meetings io .protect the reliuiou of ihe country.- {HeaVy hear^ hear)-He should not repeat lhe�p asserlinuF, because Ihey appeared to him to he a Cruel, calumnious, and false libel, ou Ihe peuple of Ruglaod. J^il hR Piiireated to observe lhat ihc Learm d Gentleman, so far from showing any ground for his slaiemenis, oh t'Ci ount of dangerous or secret mertings having tdken place, had admtiled lhat such meetings were now diseonliaucd. He had not brought forward even one solitary fact iu support of his stHlemenI, so t (hat he really appeared lo bim lu tancy bimsei-f liic voi'y individual alluded to hy (heT^uhian fiatirisi - " Marcus dixit, et Cdl." Uid Mai(us say "'twas fact, Then furl it j.s, \ No prO(^ so valid as 3 word of his \ Lord RossLY.V.- If ibis had been merely a quostion of men and nieasures, he wuuldjiave been ihp last to liave iu-Irudrd on ibrir notice ; but it was impossible for any individual lo be silei'rt- on (he present occa*L He knew of no such allack, except it was m^de within,n?e�e walls. An attack had been m^de on llic jusl right's- and independence of Ihe Bar; every Advocate wasenlitied lo defend bis 'Client by every lawful means in his power; and if a jn-^t and manly exercise pf this right was to be considered as a dereliction of his duly In the S.t'.ite, [arewell lo all the most valuable rights of citizens, and even to ihose rights which ufTecled life and properly-{Hear, hear.) - But this 'i> country Ittilhc olber-; . continued (o^ielude the ignoraol ajid iDi�lead Ike umvafy, ,  , ^ - > , � aud Wished lo^overlurn aO lhat vas sacred and yaiuable- iu � ruptcd admiiilitiatiun of justice was Ihc^orj of Ihia more ad. mission io (hifipxtf-ut ? Qu grouuiis uuisi say, ih^i he would coinpIel*-ly btdiv hf*i opinion were he lo give his assent lo such ail Address. Hp doubted whether il was :.l all necessary for persons of known aud unquesliuned loyalty lo express any Viig\ic atluchmpnt to his Majesly at such a time as Ihe prccnl. VVas that the aniy obltguliou requircil ut' them by the t-. rms of the Hcquisilion ? Would il f xhinst the whole of their duly, merely lo lay a( the fool ut liin Throne, emply, hollow, and general pfoffsstons of loynlfy-l:^ dtt^laie lhat tbey wen; not rcvolnlionisia and demagogues ? 'Diese j were surely nut needed to satisfy his Maje:f tire peuph'. He wo�ld also admit, -lhat uu this general and progressivediscontcul, isfuoranl and ! wicked agilaiurs bad engrafted a dangi ruus ami dit^^iflVcifil spirit, which aHorded ground for serious alarm. Thi-; lie allowed was true, but he humbly conceived thi^ Aildic;?, containing, it did,a statement of these cvjI>, shotilu folly, fairly, and houeslly, express an npiniou as to the ciusre which had produced them, and ibe remedies which uut:ht lo (�e apptted. He Ihercforc maiutaiued, ihit to the Address an amendment sboulil be attached supplying this ile-fpcl. What.could be the bad efl'ecl of adding Ihis to thtir general professions of loyally? He did not doubt that if lhat pari of" ibe oraendnieul whiclrdiiiVred from Ihc nri-giual Address was emboditd in il, his Learned Friend, who proposed it would have uo objection that the profis-sloni uf atlachmenl lii |he original one sbould be reluiu( d, if the expressions were' considered lo be more loy-il or warm, more choice in phrase, more emphatic, or more pa-tbet\c.'~'(A /aw/7'i.)-"What were Ihe circumslaoces of ihe present case? Unanimity iu a loyal Addi'ess to ihc .Sc.vp-reign al such a meeting shoulil n.ilnrally be expected; because they could not all aqfrce iu minor poiiu*^, would it he inferred that they were not unauimous in their loyalty ? All, uoforlnuaUly, agreed thai great agiialiun'and grcai discontent prevailed. It was not necrs.sary (o enter into any .^[efail, or specificitiou of circumstances, lo prove this. It was unfortuoalely too apparent, and, iu bu opiniun, ii might be fairly asi-ribed, lu a great degitc, to ill it leu-ileury on ihe pari of the Government to r^pre&aion, iniiini-dation, aifd coercion-that tendency to vilify and ahur the County, whose general" lempeian.c and candour be was ready to ackudwicdgc, thai in point of fact, and also in principle, llicy had of late ifio closely allied ibeuiieives with the dihaHccted.-[Crfcs of Jicar^ hear,- hear.)-He was prepared lo give ^tliis assertion a fi:ilfei:id thorough denial. He deiiiid lhat auy of his parly in Scotland had ever joiiird in the clamours of thu dis i/i'ecl-ed, or bad ever wrilleu on the suliject, wttfjoul expres^iiig positive di.sapproh^itioii of (he schemes and aitenipts of Mtp sedilioufl. Nay, he'w^ild go further: he would assert, lliat nut even in liio beat of debate hsil a single expirssion cvt-r escaped thtm wbifh indicated ibe least aympilby with the views or optuious of that parly. Had his fricnd-j on ar.y occasion refrained from expresj-ing a matked ahhorren-c at thealLacks made cn iber>^igiou uf the coOoiry ?-(/Vcar, hear,')-And iu liial literary woik to fchicb he w^js at-tached, bad not he himaejf coiti^tanily asR.trleJ Ihe u'ji^ur-dily of the doclriue of Annual Pariiaments uml L'oivrr-Ral Suffrage? The fact was, Ihal for Ihe last thr.p jrar^ the Whigs had heen much mure Ihe objects of calnmoy than Ihe Administration. Nntv�t^standing that, ihey hid rvi-r eliewo flieiHaeive) ready to repel all allacks upxi tlie Cun-siilulion, and to discourage the Kchemos of ihc disaf. fected, \el, merely becon^e thfy canie forivard and said lhat there wrre abuses in ihc Govprnment which they would wish rectified, they were most unjuisily srandalivPl ^s eoe* nifes to Ihe Cousiilntiuo. The injuslire originaird in ihe diBpofiitiou of Ministers lo repreaeut, thron;*h li��- meddim .if tbeir JuurnaU (^t-hich hewoohl r�Tii*i k, oushi i�t t>J nuliuhj among, the other calumniatory produclioos of the PreBs}- {hear,)-to rcprescnl all KurhassedilioHsaud ireasmiahje i>ho opposed them-to represtrut iMinisterial perils as the p^M'il!) oC Ihe Stale-lo disunite differcut classes-^lu disarm ihe Irddiug m^i'of their natural iBBuence over lha people,iind ihuslo drive ihem into the ranks of ih*? e�*emy-to sUie, in cxpresfl lerms,tha( such only anratHed roiind'them were rallyiug round Ihe Goinittluli��,aruiMi{f which wewfretiU re.-rdy to latly and to peri�h. Anuihrj-: accitsatiun been -hruughl ngaimf the Whigs^ Damelyv.lhat if llwy t\\*\ uol^^uorcc ^ the pUfCy unhc Radicals, Ih^yendcaTOureti to bring (he RadicHls over fr-ll aciile di-ilrrsK, and seeing no nii'hllf piiinl, bvtweefi Tory and K^ulira! fael ion, t-hrv pr. ti r.fd .idhrri'ig lo 1 hf l.ili.arl ies (hose v, ho adlierc lo 1 tie.nii heraustt ihf y\^'; 00 ulhcr allcinstive ibau either 10 enlisl ih*'m-irlvc5, uhat all are called upon lo do, vdisappvob:itiou uf riic I'.U-measures af Adniiniatr ill in. .^Ir. Ji.'(IV(y ((nirludisd . lepeating bis doubts wiiflhpr inlimi-la'iHi would irpret^s the Mil of discontent. Cudt^i^ this irratiiieq^l it woo i extend its roots and hranclii explosion vnr\ J , Hooner or later take place-iu which weallli, raiih, and i>y-nity, woiihi be swallowed uplin the catastiojdu: i:f a bloo'.y And unavoidable revolution. 'Ihe I^-amrd Ueiil lem�^n s-a: down amid reiterated cheers from all pai lie>-and eurh h i--play of high eloquence, intermingled with llie happiest e^^� sions of wit and funcy, could hardly tail to dra* forth [Vora.. such an audience Ihi? sui(abl�= tribute uf admir.ttioo. A division now tool: place, when there appealed- Fur the uriginui Address, 1II - F�u- ihe A tueti^|^f oti 1 lie pf-i-'ulinrit}' nl' yi) [j(>y;!i(ii>. 'I'lioiit;!) your li'Catiou iii^u ft-w isUntIs vt-ry Imiilfil extent, arwl ol' stibilivi.soii into fini: I trat;�re of vessels. Il hence lia[)[)i>[i� lhat you refcive iiifii:-i^eoce with .'iug-ular eu6e froui disUii.t places. Wiih.-evL-r lui%biuidry or tiuiil eco::oiiiics iiiiiv hav* lo, (di'cr, ia iiiiinediately convtyf' yon. blHriild 1 Nghle Bedford of l-iiiuluiid e-icnurage iu- compile an iiiconipurdble work on iht f.VdWina, j i>r his I'outey to publis'i a baok of cxpe.rimL'iild "'i j ihe culture ami treatiiieoi of irees, you are sine i'.> I ;.;et iheai. The Finrent'nes ^tv.d jou, ot'tourv . ; I he volume', of (iallisioii on j^giaii-.m LJul .< I ot' 'r-.ivanli o-A the cuitUMJ of the olive. Tt,.- ..-I ol'Car.iuiaiu.i, the cows ol'Alucniey, and ^llr^ p � ;' I Spain come direct to you. Let 'i'lionin tiukctx-[leiiments in grafting, and Van Motia in fruit, �� I Ihe methods soon iravel liilher from S'arii . t:'l J)rus-.eli. Even Ihe Peruvian giiaiiaco, the Arabi..u droiiiedjry, theMalahjr deer, and the Inilnm elc-ph-iol, arrive straight frnni ihejr rfiipeciive cm. trirs, aud tnij^lit In* reared if our clunatewjs f.iVLnir-able 10 their uiuUipticaitun. Tiie parcels of seedt received from the d,.stui-'pnishcifHlpV:,i�nlPii(ieot9 of the public gardeng at Antwerp, Watlnd, and Calculia, and l'roiu\jibt?jl , individuals at Liuri and Sanm Cruz, shov the laci-liiy with which .llie vegetable produclion� uf those |)4ac,es are lI�!iMfefrcd lo our soi-l. . - � 'I'he choice viiiea and ffuil tree* of Euruij^ are frtquenl in our gac^deikt. il 19 iucu'nbttn oil me to ofler a hint or two, for ;

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Publication: British Press

Location: London, Middlesex

Issue Date: December 28, 1820