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British Press (Newspaper) - April 26, 1820, London, Middlesex Number 5425. LONDON, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26, 1820. 1,.' iUliO.lflQ Price 7d. THEATRE.ROYAL, DRORY-CANE. THIS EVENING, WfilJNESDAY. J\pril 26, his Majesty's SerrantB will perform the Tragedy of KING LEAR. Kin;: Lear, ftfr. Keaii (his 3flt Cha-rnilfr)"; Duke of Buieuudy, Mr. Thbtapsoii; Dnke of Corneal), Mr. Penley ; Duke of Albniiy, Mr. Barnard-; Earl of Glu'fU-r, Mr. Holland; Earl of Kenl, Mr. Dowton ; Edgar, IMr. Raefhis 3d appearance in that Char�cltr); Edmund, Ml. Hamblin. Gonnril, Mrs. Glover; Kegan, Mrs. Eger-tuM ; Cordelia, Mrs. W. West. After which, the Musical Farre of THE KING AND THE MILLER. The Doors will he opened at Half-pnst Six o'Clock; the Performance wilt commence precisely at Seven. Boxes 7s.; Second I'rice 3s. 6d -Pit 3s. fl.I.; Second Price 2s.-l^we'r Gallery 2s.; Second l^rice Is.-Upper Gal-lerv 1�.; Second Price 6d. The Box Office will he open from Eleven till Fire o'Clock -^Places to be (aicen of Mr. Rodnell, Box Book-keeper. TH BA TRE-nO YA /., COV li ST. GAUD EN. rW\U JS EVENING, VV E ONES DAY, A pril 96. JL win be acted, ith time, a new Musical Homance called HfeNRI QlJATRE; tor," PARIS IN THE OLDEN TIME; Henri, Mr. Macready ; Sully, Mr. Eijrrloo ; General D'Au-moM, Mr. Fawcett; Eugene de Biron, Mr.C, Kcmble; Frederick St. Leon, Mr. Abbott; O'Dnnnel, Mr. J. Johnstone (who is cneaged at tfcis Theati-e)^ .Moustache, Mr. Emery; Gervais, Mr. Dnruset; jorcrisse, Mr. Listou ; Pinceau, Mr. Elancliard. Florence St. Leon, Steplieosj Clotilde du Biron, Miss Brunton ; Louisotj, Miss M. Tree. To which will i>e added, the Farce of THE CRITIC: Or, A TRAGEDY REHEARSED. . Sir Fretful Plagiary, Mr. W. Karren ; Puff, Mr. Janes; Paugic, Mr. Connor; Sneer, Mr. Egerton ; Don Ferolo Whiskeranilos, Mr. Liston. Tilburina, Mrs. Gilibs. To conclude with a grand Sea Fight, and the Destruction of rite Spanish Armada. The DoiMS will he opened at Half-past Six o'Clock, and tlie Pifiy begin at Seven. Boves 7s..; Second Price 3s. 6d.-Pit 3s. 6d. ; Secofid Price 2s.- Lower Gallery 23.; Second Price Is.-Upper Gillery Is.; Second Price 6ii. A Private r.'t)X may be b'-t'l for the season, or nipbtly, of All. jiiaiuluii. lU the Box office. Ill-Ill i Qiialre, or Paris in the Olden Time, will be repeat-cil every Eveuinz nnii! further notice-To-morrow, with Har-liijiiiii niid Cinderella, or Tlte Little Glass Slipper (by Special Desire). On l-'riday, The Review, or The Wags of Windsor. NEW NOVEL. Tliis day vas (lublislieil, price 2Is. boarda, L E N F E R G U S : a Novel; in Three Volumes 12mQ. I'riiTled for G. and W. B Wbillaker, 13, Ave.Maria-lane; and Oliver and Boyd, Edinburgh. HOGG'S WINTER EVENING TALES. This dav were published, in 2 Vols. 12mo. price 14s. hoards, I.IJST-IN TER EVENING TALES; collected � V nmiiiie the Cottages in the ."iniith of Scotland. E) JAMES HOGG, AulhurofThe Queen's Wake, &c. &c. �**�� " In rang{es�round afore the ingle's lowe, Fxne r^-lnme's mouth anid-warld Tales they hear, ]in' round the Wirrikow, ()' {.ttitisis that won in glen and kirk-yard drear, Wliilk loosks a' their tap, and gars ihem shake wi' fear 1" Fkrguson. Piinlcd fill- G. and W. B. Whitlaker, 13, Ave-.Maria-lune, I.(.it(lon ; aril Oliver and Boyd, Edinburgh. Of whom may be liail, just published, 1. GLENFERGUS: a Novel, in three vols. 12mo. 21s. h.:--r.U. 3. /..4YDA: a.Spanish Talc, in tiiree Cantos ; and other I'lj.-iri, Siiinz-is, and Canzonets. By Oscar. Foolscap 12n)o. price- boards. EUCLID, BY CKESWELL. This day was published, in one thick volume, 8vo. price 14s. hoards, 1. 4 TREATISE of GEOMETRY ; contain- ' ing the first Six Books of EUCLI D'S ELEM ENTS, nieilmdic:iUy arranged,ah>i concisely demonstrated ; together ttjib the E]t.iuents of Siilid Geometry. By D. CRESWELL, M.A. Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge. T'linled fi.r G. and VV. l^. Whiltakcr, 13, Avc-Maria-lane; and Dcigblou aud Suns, Cambridge. Of whom may he had, 2. A SUPPLEMENT to the ELEM ENTS of EUCLID; �iih upwards of 200 Wood Cuts ; by D. Creswell, M.A. In Svii. price 10s. 6d. hoards. 3 An El.EMENTARF TREATISE on the GEOME-TlilCM. i.nd ALGEBRAICAL INVESTIGATION of MAXIMA and MINIMA; beins the substance of a Course lit Ixcluris, delivered conformably to the Will of Lady S'.rtler. Til which is added, a selection of Propositions, le from Euclid's Elements; by D. Creswell, M.A. Svciiiiil Edi'.iun ,8vo. corrected and considerably enlarged, pi ire lis. biinrds. 4. An liLEMENTARY TREATISE on the DIFFE. RK.NTIAL and INTEGRAL CALCULOUS ; by .S. F. La-ei )ix. Translated from the French ; with au Appendix and N-.iles, iu one rol.Svo, price ISs. boards, HAZARD AND CO. THE CONTRACTORS. rr^O-MORROW, Two First Prizes, TWO of JL �20,000! Three percent. Consols, MU.ST he DR\WN, and more than TWENTY OTHER CAPITALS WI LL he DRAWN. Every Ticket and Share bought THIS DAY, will have a Chance tbrpugbout the Lattery fur FOUR..........Prizes of..........�30,000 TWO..........Prizes of..........�20.000 TWO.........Prizes of..........�10,000 &c. &c. Money aud Cuusols, forming 102 CAPITALS! Tickets and Shares are on Sale at the old-established and foyiunate oifices of HAZARD aaA-CO. the Contractors, Royal Exchange-gate; 26, CornWll; and 324, Oxford-street, curner of Swaltow-slreet, London; whn shared and sold ill ibe last Lottery Contract, 7,370 anilfi.�rjO, 20,000/. ?ach, and in a recent Lottery all the Prizes ol 3l>,0O0M!! *�* Hazard, and Co. hare Agents in all the principal Towns throughout the Conntry. Jand J. SIVEWRIGHT tlwnk the Pub- lie for pa.ut Id. per gulluu lower. The present slock of Rum is llT,'i76 pnncJieons, and price of prOQfs 2s. 3d. p'r gallon. Stork last year., same date, 8,943 puucbeuns, aud price of proofs~2s lid. per gallon. . EAST INDIA PRODUCE. Tea.-Boliea has been iii betier demand, and a small advance paid. .' SiMjCEi-The taxation of Cinnamon in the eusuiugsale .will, be reclvced, other articles remain as befnre. SOUTH AMERICAN PRODUCE. CpTTax coLtinuc* i.ii,lin�iled ileinaiid, and the businefa last weelt was nearly canfturd to J^crnunis.ror cx|Hirt at la^ pii'ea. A1 Ifa'e East India Cumj^nuy's sale uu Friday uf 1,100 Bengals and iSOO Sarata,:lhe whole were bought in, owin� to the high limits placed bj iKe owners, ihe trade and expurlers evincing a disposiriuii tolliiy �t previona rates.- The saira of the -week were daiy pajd 120 Upland, fair, lljd.; i.300 Prruninbucco, milling, lofd.vfuir to gnOd, I6d. to 19.^il.; 120 Demerara BR^ Bu)�ce, middling, 13d.i lair to good, l4d. to 14|d.; Carriar'ou aud Grenada, nood, 14d.; 30 Common West IWl�,.-^irj 12d.; 400 Sural (tn bond), good, 8d.; 250 Beiigtis (in hond), ordinary to middling, 6d. toO^d.; fair tti itfod, �|d. a id. ii Vd.; fiiiei 8i.l. Total 2,240 bags -Tlieeen cotliidet-able business dqoe in Collons this week, and the drini^d.>6� ikicHptioi^,'both by the trade and 8pecu(at�r.s,_hftV% 1,300'Minus XJeraes 12id. 500 Demcraras 13|d. a 161d. 150 SuraW 7id. a 9jd. 41)0 Bengals 6id. a 8d. per lb. The imports are 548 bags Berhice and Barbadoes, 1,902 New Orleans, 5,369 Savannah-and Charl.ston, 1,402 other parts Ih S. S,8H3 Brazils, 361 Portugal, 70 Ireland: total 13,600 Bags; aud the quantity taken on spsculatiuD is estimated at'3,590 Buweds niidOOO Peruams, aud fur export 600 Boweds. The Sugars brooijbt to (tiiblicsaie this week consist uf 600 hhds. of Jamaica, Demerara, and New Barbadoes, which have >old at very full priciis, and at an advance of Is. on sirong brown suitable fur the pans: we coulinne to have a good inquiry for Brazils, of which upwards of 300 chests have been taken for export at an advance of 2i!. a 3s. on while, consisling principally.of Bahiai ordinary to midilling, while but strong 36s. a 43s. good while 46s 3d. a 48s. Od. yell.jw a)3. a 353.3d. and brown 26s. a 29s. 3d.; 1,600 bags of brown East India hui'e also been takeii for shipment 21�. a 2Is.9 I. for liaik brown and moist Manilla,and 26s. a28s. for fdir to very good brown Bourbon ; and 3U0 bags of very line �bile have been si,|d to Ihe grocers at 89s. n 893.3d. per cwt. Odr Coffee market has been extremely fl it, aud we have had nothing done worthy of notice in this article, or in Cocoa, Ginger, or Pimento, Rums are very dull, aud coiniuoii Leewards od'cred al 2s. 2d. to 2�.4d.; 300 disks of middling tu good Carolina Rice have sold 20s. a 22s. Dye-woods uie in limited demand, and only a few Ions of Cara-peaciiy Lngivood have been disposed of al 71. lbs. per Ion in bonil. 200 barrels of Buslon Pot Ashes have been sold, fur export, 39.S. a 39s. 6d. per cwt. In Hides, the only sale consists of 1,300 salted Buenos Ayres at 5d. and 600 North Amenciiu salted at 4Id. a &d- Iu Tui: tndTurpentine nothing doing. There has been some inquiry for Tobacco for export, but the business dune has be small lots al 222. 15s. to 23f. per ton, and one small parcel sold to arrive at 22/. ISs. per ion. Tbe prices of lalluw have declined Is. per cwt. since our last. Foreign Fruit-The Fruit market continues very dull, two sales h--ive been brought forward but very little was sold ; the prices of Currants have fallen 2s. fo3�. per cwt. Ri^FlKED Sugars-The demand was steady last week, but has now become dull, aud very little business is doing ; low Lumps have been sold al 86s. per cwt. Molasses dull and lower. Fish Oils continue in a very depressed s.tate of demand, Liuseed Oil has been in fair request. Postscript, Tuesday, April 25, 1820, Four o'Clock. Coffee.-Tbe market appeared dull in the early part of tbe day, but Ihe sale of St. Dumiugo went ofT very lively al ilie quolalion,and lIOs. may now be considered the current price un the regular terms. The other sale ctmsisted of very unclean Jamaica, and in consequence afforded no criterion of the price-of that description. Sugar,-The sales lo-da-y were limited, but prices were fully snppurleil, and new strong Jamaica sold readiljr at Is. per cwt. advance. The public sale of Barbadoes went off steadily; 400 chests of Havannah wejeput up to-day, nearly all yellow, which were taken in at 403. per cwt.; two lots of white were sold at the prices paid last week. FROM LAST WIGHT'S GAZETTE. Foreign Offii-.ti, .4p/-ii25,1820." The King has been pleased to approve of Don Juaa Gon-ihIii de Rivas, as Consul at Gibraltar for bis Catbulic Maj.sty; Mr. Charles Frederick Immer, as Consul .it Liverpool for Ihe Swiss Confeileration ; aud Mr.Johu Wall, as Consul al Drogbeda for his Danish Majesly. MILITARY PR0.M0T10NS. Commissions signed by the Vice Lieutenant of th� yorth Hiding of the Countg of Yutk. . The Honourable Thomas Orde Powlett lo be Deputy Lieut-tenant-dated March 24, 1820. Richmond Forester Yeomanry Caralry. The Right Honourable the Earl of Tyrcouuel to be Captain -dated Oclob-r. Ill aurrenJer, May 18, ot six, 19, ami June 6, at ten, at, the K3ug'^ Head Iiin, HnddersHeld. Atlurneys, Mr. Baltye, G^norery-lane, London ; aud .Mr.Greenwood, Hud-der'sBeld. ' '' ' Jon}iiBroagbtOn,of Linthwaite, Almoildbll^y,.York,^tath--ale^ohanl^ tn-surrender,' May 18, at six, 19, and June 6, al ten, at the. While Hart Ion, Huwlersfiebl. Atl^preys, . Mefsra.; U'lliivClarke, and WnLwu, Warnford.rourl, Throg-niorton-strcel, London ; and Mr. Sykes, Milns bridge; Hud: dfrsfield. Thomas Palin, of Hanley, Stafford, butcher, lo BUfi;'ender, May 10, 11, and June 6, al twelve, nt the Roebuck Inn, NrwcBSlle-nnder-Lyme, Stafford. Altorneys, Messrs. Price, .William^, /ipU White, Lincoln's Inu, Loudon; ai>d Mr. Piesinn, Henley, or Bursleni, Stafford. William Anderson, of Brid.;elown, Devon, brnsh-tDakcr, to surrender. May 2,3, and June ft, at eleven, at the Oxford - Arkna Irin, Tolnes, Devon. Aliorney*, Messrs. Saitd^. and Co. CrSBe.courl,- -flert-Htreet, London i MtiA AloJ^vlci . Totnea. , "-"^ Luke Holtis, of Birmingham, victualler, to surtendei-y May'4, 5, and June S, at ofeveo, ol the Royal Hotel, Bir--'miiigliam' Attorneys, Messrs. Alexander anil lloliUCj New- - Irini'l>i,aod J. Dorqipg, of Little Honghtno, within Wors-ley, [^aqca^ler, cvllon-m^uufaclurers, April. IS, 1820.-N. Sandfurd and T. Owens, of Manchester, cotloD-maoufac-lurers, April 21, 1820.-J, Johusun, M. JohiiBon, and E. Johnson, uf Puiilefract, York, grocers, January 3, 1820.- S. Drinkwaier and T. Hughes, of Nortbwicb, Chester, white, milba, April 20, 1820. EMIGRATION. DUHFRIEi, APBIL 18. Yesterday Ibe Jessie, with 170, npd Ihe Thomson's packet, with (08 p-assengers, sail^^d from Ihe Carae-the former for Prinpe,jidw^rd'f Iflaiid, iiHjJ tbe latter for 3J. John's, New Brunawick. Aliunt ''^leii dB_y8 ago the Adeqna also sailed for Ihe latter place, having on bba'r'I 111 passengers, so that no teis than three lmndr'e)ie ^iiiigranl.' oue-tialf me weaven from Langholm, Cun^ber^fud, afixi i>thrr places, wlui not being altogether nnacquaiiited with rur.i;l einiilojuiei>t)i,> bave very wisely excitanged the shiiltle for the spade, tbe txe, or ibe crossr>aw. Tire oilier half of the emigra�.l� in 'made up of labourers, .-ploughmen,-and small'fanaert, many uf wlium bay,e,8,i;ej|i beUer^ajs, uud who (|uubt|�if feltmiAy a paug at (be shores ot'lhe Hoivcay were ri-ceiliDS ttom tbeir view,sud  making the hnd of their oativity only an imaginary point un the verge of tbe horizon. To Ihe iabubllaulsuf the (Imiy a>i'l itie Carse many tender sceuea iverediacloseiixiy,iiispi,iy-ed iniUBUal alacrity, particularly in llie outfit of ber spiuoin,--wheel, which tbe appeared to have ju cumplete onler for b"-ginniug operations the moment Khe set her fiot in Hie N'vr World. It maybe proper to mention, that it i� now fniir years since the Jessie began Ih take uut passengers froin this port, and that in fhe course of that time, she has ear. ried uut no less than 794 wuigraiilj, all uf wliont u-ere landed iu safety, excepliug one child.-^(OHm/"riet Courier } � MERCHANTS' F�TlT10S. TO TBK HOMOURABLG the JtnuSE OF tOSI>I�>."JS OF THE UXITED KIMGOOM OF GREAT BRITAI-S A.SD IRt^l-ANO: The Humble Petition of Ihe undersigned Merchants of the City of Loudon, bheweth, That foreign commerce is eminently c^nilucive lo il.e wfeallh and prosperity of a country, by entbliiig it lo ir.jpnt tbe eaiDmocKtira for Ihe producliun ef which tbe soil, c'i-I'^mate,capital, and industry of other Conutries arebesl ruku-lated, aud to export in payment those articles for ubicii ils Ownsitubtion is belter adapted. That freedom from restraint is calcul.nltd lo give the utmost extension lo foreign trade, anI rule fur the trade of the whole naiiuo. That a policy, founded on these principles, would reii;Ii r the cnmmerce of the wurld an inlercbaii^'e of mutual ailvuh-tagcn, and diffuse an increase of 'lealib aud enjoyin.nU among ibe iuhabitaiils of each Stale. That nufurtuuately a policy Ihe very reverse of ibis Imi been, and is, more or less, adoj,teil and acted U|i'iii by Goveniinent of this and of every oilier country, each iry.i ? to exclude the productions of-other couulries,' with n'-e specious aud well-meant design of encouraging its own |ii-i-doctious ; Ihus inflicting on the bulk of ils siibjecis, wlo are Consumers, Ibe necessity of subniitling to piivalinns in the quantity or quality of rommodilies; and llius renaeiing' what ought to be the source of mutual benefit iind uf harmony among Slates, a constantly recuiriug v^^casimi of jealousy and buslilily. That the prevailing prejudices in favour of the jir(il,-cl're or restrictivesystem, may be traced to the erroneous sijjn>u-fciliou that every iropurtalion of fnreigu comnioflilKa oci:a. sions a diniinutiou or di.iconiagemeut uf onr ow.i [iio',,';-tions lo the same extent; whereas it may be clcirly-.In w i, lhat allliongh the parlic�|-jr descripliuu of )>v,.iiiu 1.:.m whiib could not stand against unrcslraiued foreign roini, -tiliou woold be discouraged, yet as no imiiortatui,i c:iiilil Ij-i coiilinued fur any length of time, wilhoiit a mru-sHjoiuliii-:; cxporlaliou, direct or indirerl, there would be an ei:coiirai;e. meiil, for the purpose of that exportation, of stinie uili r production to wbicb our situation nii^hl be belter suji, d : thus affording at least uu equal, 4ud prubably a greater, nr.d eeriaiuly a more beneficial employment to our own taj^i-ul and labour. That of Ihe numerous prolective and proliibilory doUei of our commercial code, it may be proved, tliat wbile nil operate as a very heavy lax on Uie conunouity ut large, v, ry few are of any ultimate benelil to the classes in wboie t'-t-vour Ihey were originally instituted, and none lo tbe client of the loss occasiooed b^ them to olher classes. That among the olher evils of Ihe restrictive or prolff tivesyslem, not Ihe least is, that iheartificiKl proleciiun uf one branch of industry, or source of pruductiun Bi;--i{ni^t foreign compelllion, is set up as a ground uf claim by other branches for similar protection; so that if the reasoning upon which these restrictive or prohibitory regulations are founded, were followed out coosistcutly, it would not stop short of excluding us from all foreign commerce, whatsoever. And the same train of arguineut, wbicb, willi corresponding prohibitions and protective dniirt, slioiiM exclude us fruui foreign trade, might bei^brougbt- forward Iu juslify the re-enaclmeut of restrictions upon the interchange of prodnctioos (uncuntifcted with public revenue) among the kingdoms composing tbe Union, or among the cuoulies of the same kingdoms. That an investigation of Ihe effects of the restriclive system, at Ibis time, is peculiarly called for, as it may, in Ihe opinion of your petitioners, lead ii>- a strong presumption, that the distress which now so generally prevails, j� ton. siderably Bggrovatfd by that system; aud tliai some relief may be obtained by ibe earliest practicable reniuval uf sorb uf the restraints as may be shewn to he most ii-jnrions tu the capital and industry of the commuuity, aud Iu uc aliend-ed with no compensating benefit to the public revenue. That a declaration against tbe aiiti-commercial principles of our restrictive system is of the more iroporiaiice at the present juuclnre, inasmuch as in several inslances uf recrul occurrence, the merchants and manufaclnrers in fnrriv'ii Slates have assailed their respective Governments willi ;,p|i:!-calions for further protective or proliibilory dolies �i,dri. gulatious, urging the example and authority of this Ci.uoirji, against ivhich they are almost exclusively ilirerled, jis n sanction for the policy of such measures. Au.l r.ri.iinly, if Ibe reasoning upon uliichour re_siriclii^iiB have been il.ienil-ed is worib any thing, it will apply in behalf of ihr legulii-tions of foreign Slates agniiiBt us. They iii>i..t ii,iiiii uup superiority in capital and machinery, as vve il  njniu iheii* comparative exemption from taxaiiun, mid �itb i fjna-. dation. That nothing would more lend to coiinierart the roo^-mercial hostility of foreign Slates, than Ihe ajupiinii uf a more enlightened aud more couciliatOiy policy uh the. part of this couutiy. That although, as a matter of mere diplniii-cy, il �->y Bomeiimes auswer to hold out the removal of pHrtir.i'.^>i: j/.u-hibitions, or high duties, as depending upon �niietpi.inliiio; .coocessions by niher States in our favoar, it ilm s not fiiUi.>v that we should maintain our restriclioiM, Iu ca-ses where llnr desired concessions on their part cannot be ulnameo. Our reslrictioiia would not be the less prejudirmi ig. our own capital and industry, uecause otiit-r Goveruuif uts persisted in preserving impolitic regulaiious Thai, upon Ihe whole, the most liberal would prove to he tbe most politic course uu such occasions. That, independent of the direct benefit lo be derived by this country on every occasion uf such concession ur rela-xa-tioD, a great incidental object would be gaioed, by Ihe're-, cognition of a sound priuciphs or standard, to which all-subsequent ariangemeals might be referred; and by Ike salutary iiiflueDce which a promulgation of such just views by the Legislature aud by the aatioa at.large could not fail to have on the policy of other Slates. That in tbus declaring, as your PetilioneM do, their conviction of the impolicy and injosiice of Ihe resl.-iciive'sys. tern, and in desiring every practicable relaxation of il, ihey have in view only such parts of it as are ool i�iinecled, or are only sabordinalejy so, with the public revenue. As lung as the necessity for Ihe present am unl of revenue subsists, your Petitioners caoDOt expect so impurtaut a tirauch of it a;, the Customs to be given up, nor lo be materially dimitriBhed, unless some substitute,, leas objectionable, he suggraied. Hot it is against every restrictive regulation of irade, not essential to the revenue,against all dnlies merely pruteclivL* from foreign competiliou, and againist the e)ccevs uf surl) duties as are partly for the' purpose of revenue, anil partly fiu-lhat of proleciiun, that lh� prayer of rbe preartit'Pelu tluu is respectfully B^ibmitted to the wasdoni uf Pafliamcui, Your Petitioners llierefore bubbly praj, thai yui^r Hu~ uourablei House will be pleased to lake tb� subject into ci>nsideiatioi>, and to adopt sucb tneaiurtn at; may be'calenlaled to'give'griealrr freeii^ to fuVa^n commerce, aui) ibereby-to iixrnitf i)ie rni>aicet'�if tbe Stale, ;