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British Press (Newspaper) - August 2, 1820, London, Middlesex i L tOVERS'.-QWAnREtS. � ^ After *bich, THE BEGCSAKS OPERA. aeheathi'lVTaiilamB VM^i./u^i "i .ii li.'- 'J. ... '-v .^i^i*�#�n^lo^ at '��' Gamg^eri Mr^Cdmer/ ^�p,S^ f'^ Bait?'; *Ir�. t&tu^ei^Mi!M>,Ci:anh r TorrooiTiw, with Alhjt^fW^II^ tMAtRB;R6YAI^ "ENGLISH dfi^ .! , i^STBAWPjf-;...^^vvf^iwH^ff^v/. rroiS^EyEffINGi WEPNESOftSTi AnR. 2. Drama, in.three.cadt8^:>.^ i-i^;^.-,--�^ Duke-'brjATUanj ..Mr. Kowbolham ; Cdmit Vjuldi^lrfr. Bartief;. effisari�^ Wr. Pliarman;  Gdiviiioi Mr. Ha'riey. PrincesBeieiiieuline, Miss Kelly; Duchess of IVTaD|ua,!^rs, W. SfrCSallerley The'EpilpguiEfin ctera^^^ ' ' 4^B'�^"^^lcK', the highly popiilar Comic Opera, called -- .:V FREE AND,EASY. ^ Sir JoUb^ Freemai]^'' Mr, rench; Mr. Charles Co\irlly, Mr. Bartley 5 Ralph',; Mr.;W,S, ChaUerley 5 Michael, Mr. Wilkinso'o.' Mrs; Charlotte Ciiorily, Miss'Love; Bogehia, Mrs. VV.SlC|iUtei;le'y5*^ertr�d^^^ ' The spacious Saloon bas.been again, tastefully.filled up' witb-4ti^Wydejsigo, illuminaled Oriental jGardeii/and will be opened as nsoal at Eight q' ginatSeven; .,- , : . To-mo.rri?w,vrhe Bro^ Note- .and Don Gjpva.nni.'' > ; ': -SURREY THEATRE. rjlBISEl^ENlNG, WEDNESDAY, Aor. 2. aniLdario^Mbe Week, will be greseuted an entirely . new Comic Bitrlella. with new and selected Mnsie, called' ' VVHEELS WITHIN WBEELS. rol.SBinVille,>Bfr: Payne;; Mr. Belfbrdi'Mr. Ben'eoaeh; tafleur, Mr. VTyaM; Gabriel, Mt.Fitzwilliaro. Miss Bel-fo)-d, Miss Pooje'(from the i^h.eatres Royal Drnry-lane and Englinb Oltera/her first V{)peairance on tbis Stage)'; Maria, JMiss Copiland.' / � ' . .' After �hicB{Olh'titi)E! these two Season^ argrandLegeddarr I Melo-draint>^'in-lhreeshort Acls,'�ndertfaetilleof . ^- RICHAR;aTHE ^6 crioi:ln44WithL**lKr^id'ltMdipR^i^^ vourite PantoRiimrc-ExiraVaganEatic Bur^ site* ratiunsand'kilditions,'Galled ' ^ JH^tlLEQtJrN"H0A3t; ^ OR, a PANtOMiME PROPOSED. Stajf^e UanagertMr^ fleiigougb ; Patchy Mr. Filzwitliam; Prompter, He. AdcockTactolunit Mr. Ellis,; Harlequin,. Mr.. Wyatt';..Sfaadr8cb, JUr.'. Smith. - Columbine, Miss Copelaud. ... � . Bpxes,_^4(i.^J'it, 2s..-Gallery, Is. DflODS .open at Hait'-|i�Bi Five, begin' at Half-paat Six. Ha1ft^price^t;Hilf-ipMt Bight. � Next week wili'be revived the popular Tragic Melo-drame called THieAbbpt of SaiB Marl ino. . VAUXHALL.:;. ' ' / ^ THrS EVENING, WEDNESDAY, Aug. 2, a GRAN'D GALA, cpraprising a Cpnccrt of Miscel-; latieoua Music; At the end of the first Act Madame aind; Mademoiselle Saquij with Mademoiselle/Apletely enve-loped in a volume offir^, will achieve her surprising Evolu- ' tipns. on tlie-Tight Rope, at an elevation of sixty feet from tbe ground. ; � ;  es,~each; deciding ita owA: faley and do other. The CoDiraclor makes nu. reserve of Tickets ; the^ Pdblic may> Birr aw the Pmxes,' The entire Lottery Willi be decided in One* Jiayi Wednesdayj 30tb> of this TMontli.' �' ' , '...:v Tickets and Slmresinre.on Safe^at AVBBB'S Fortunate Ofiice, 9, Cornhill^ Where Two Prizes of 20,000/. were Sold iji Shares in tlje , .'last Six Mouths.:. uiitl J. SIVEWRiGHT lire happv to s'ate]  tfaeir''be^ beoefitof every purclias'er. ' ' ._','; J:.aail J'.S.Witlf their usual success, sold .and shared-af' great exces* of Capital Prizes in the Lottery justepnclnded ji lucluditig , ^ f No 9,814............�20,000 . - ; 12^13............�to.noo . At their^oia, bffii:esj No.37, Corn.bill;"ll,;HoIborn; f aSj'Jiayniaricer; and 141, Oxford-styeeK^ . ^ ^ | OTiCJE" , .' BEEP'-AND MOTTON ;rpjiis iyf�estyvi^fl^jfp^�^ , tJarrack�,in the under.iileillion'ed.CpunMes and Iiiiuids :- �^AlderiiSv. ' '�''''^'A:&iUiU^''~^^>U}''V'ii\Aii^:Ai}^^^ AlderiJey, ^Bedford,  .BericB (Inclnding. 'the Town of " Hnngcrford),i : Berwick, , ., ,BuckB, ' Cambridge dndod jig,the Townfof ,: Kewmatketl -Cfiieaferi"- I'l' i'- ,Cgrt�jsn:(Sttclod. |.(ilpnce8t'jr ' (iri; i'j chidinj* tlie-Cit^ jof Brist&l), , Giiernsr Cnnjberrandi'-S''- Noilioghain, Djcfdrt;- � Rutland, . , 'Somerset, ' St��?i�d. -Suffolk, Surrey^ ..Sussex,;..:..' - , WaVpick,\  Wc^tnidrerBbd, � Wilts;; j: ; ,Wprce�i�ri, , .' York, . ' in .ttieUigeMKToii^ Ani3 'diLibe seVei^l Counties iuNorth ,4rUain. HbiiIsj-rHere/orijI, . I Herfford, 1 tiuals, .Isle of Wight, Ip^;  ,.uhcait^r, . &icd*Et^ '^|rii^^;iftlniriieai;s^^ cbmmtiiceotfMd ior'HieS5th .dey (afSent?inbfciij(^xts iHat Proposals, in^: writing, sealed iip and marked ^\'Tt^irfor ArmySuppl/ettV nflkbew at thi's C>'Sice,'oii bi'.;;&efor.e Tuesday the>2^?ti day of August next (butnone wiljibe received after Twfelv^ p'Glocfc on that day),and, if aent'liy Post,, th? Postage must be,paid;, Pi-oposala miis't -le'made separately for each County andlsUndViheVlsIabda of-Ouernseyi Jersey, ahd' Alderney exeeptfd, all'of wiiicb must'be included ,iu ona^Tcnder;. likewise for-'ihe Counties comprising Norltrani^ South Wajes; as must als6>.ihe.Veveral Counties in Wdriti Britain; .and each Pi^posal-vmust' have the Letter which .ia.'.ari-nexed to ' the Tender properly filled op by two Perspiis of known property eugagio|; to become boiindl wiih the Parly ten:deriug..iqjhe.amount stated-in tlic'printed I'ar-ticulars-ilirilie d'tie performaore of the Contract; aud no 'Propbsai�ill be noticed iifttess made on-a printed Tender, and the Prices exptessed in words alleogih"; and Bbonld it sp happen that.-doring the continuance of the Contract no 'TrPopsshbnJd be supplied by virtue'of the same, the amount .oftheStampson the Contract'and Bond, paid' in the first in>tanpe,lwahe':Coi>ti;actor,-wtII be refunded to bim. '�.. - ParOcaun-s of the CootractV may be had upon application at this Offiee, between the'-Honrs of Teitand Fpurs'^t the O&tx of De,puty CptnmissaryGeneral Young, Ediuburgh; and of the Bsri'acfi-M.astera'^ at Guernsey and Jersey. DAlEY'froMTeTfrrSGSJISiiiniSt^^^ � .'^^BrP�d�)^?'^J?*aHi^tFi Admissiooi ls.T-e8t8lo|�|EiT�^Hiit�(rii , SiBe-EMnTn^r YOtFNG, KApei'. -'HiiHtpric^l ditto. 2). T^EWl^tlSi^giiMy LANDLORD-^ OF Gt5s?LLv1f�''''~"v^''* " ^^"^ "^"^^^ Oiitn received V�il iIJe�Ml�eIIera in LohWanij IMinburgRiiairf sWifj^rl^i^sI^ry^ Bl,� cpolajning Four Coloured JEnferavingsiirifc a Tarm Howe, a Convoy of Arine Moles, a Ei^bing^Fa^|y^ M W�e*!;Cartrx w^ ^tpages 4loi,eleph8nt jeCter-prCss, price 14s.;' Also Number-jyl of The ENGHSH. LAKES; contain-ing Pbur higlity-colotjif^ Eograviii^^^ viz. Ambleside, Slockgillforce, Sfcelwilliforcei and Rjrdal Water, wiib S4 paget.$>r descriptive; Iftter-press..; Price, demy-4to.,.6s.; ditto elephant, iOs.^d. -----r^iP*6Di>c]fc*=, TAlxo\i%-.Xhei ^>lft^pgdwer?iillle pricerSatiSt. Peters, burgb 22.lJn.M,^I82g[,;S. saiiVn demandBd ; SpapLdiHo held ail^O rpiSBteii; Siberia ditto 165 roubles;' o*ii4i'j..ri; - -.i^^. i..,.. R�ll*ia�lly90l 8& according, tvqinility. ^CfiP*BE.-iApnblic^safe'oriiO casks Jam -place tp-dayi andw^t off.veissteadily at prjces fully e^jiial lo those iwid at ibc sateon Friday; for St. Domingo 125s. 'iid�inandedMnnt-'l'?"*;'*'?? �^''^�.,^?^No; 96, Pill-mall, THIS DAY, WEDNES-. DAY,. August 2, mid five following days (Sunday excepted), � . 1 THE Fourib atiH ConclaHine: PART curiPns>aiid: extensive LIBRARY of the late JAMBS BINDLEYj.Esq.; coiilaiping a siognlai'asBemBlage of rare, 'old Pbeiry, Pageants, .curioUs Tracts and Rarities in every Department OfLitej-ature; 'also hia.very curious and valneU ble .Collection of A.utpgrapha. ' " Tfiirdiy is puUishedfw'eiie vol. 8vo. price ffs. boards, Pfm ^AP&e��PBAliS^E�r ^fTAt l^ENTv'sbttoS �ft>-*ke JGospels, Epistles, and other Piecn extant, attributed, in. the first four centuries, to Jesus Christ^ his Apbstlesj and Iheir Companiods, aud not included in the-New Testament by its Compilers, Translated from the orjginal tongues, and now first collected into one'volUnie. � . Printed for William Hone, Ludgate-hiU. THE QUEEN. " This day ia published, dedicated to her Majesty,'the Sixth Edition, eleganjly printed in 8vo. price Is.. inpHE LAMENT of the EiMERALD ISLE, i ' on tlie Death of the Princesi Charlotte. By,GHARLES PHILLIPS, Esq. Printed for William Hone, Ludgale-bill. The remarkable dedication of this beautifol Poem is to the Princess of.WaleSjias " Ibe most desolate woman'in the world," and foretels her* Majesty's present situation in the loftiest strains of poesy and proph'ecy. X^iotyr1^Dm^ No. 200, Ffeet-alrc^. ^iiese^Trussea^re hieiftf ^pfroYjed of by the indsf'einiBeutM^rgieoD%!^lii l^owni�nd^ou'^^ reco^men(ied^il,accontit of Ibfeir j^real'And miifprat pre*-, sure, witbpirt c1iafinV.3 ll[Ape�tabtr>1led;^to>()ie variations of shape, Which they engage to fit with precision, elegante, and fashlou; Their Elastic French Bells-reduce corpulency without cunfiupment, give comfprljUil^oBuppurt aflec actouchement, are efficacioiia in ' nmbilicalanildrupsical.complaints, and are far superior to 'longStnysinall�ases of abdominal weakness or enlargement. ,Stays -to.improviQ .theijfignrejrrectify-projecling -shoulders, remove weakness in the back, prevent apinal curvatures, and Braces suit-'able fur Children. Country Ladies instructed by letter to transmit measnrts. ' > V:^ Bempyg^.(to;Np, iTjYprk-slreet.^ URGESS' NEW SAUCE for gei.erul pur-K^.]ipse9iili4Viiig^;given' such f great'approbaiionvandrtbel demand fonrcPnlinning to increase, JUHtI.BDRGE$SL�nd" SON bog mo�t;j-eJpectfuKy tp offer this theiir beat ackn'ow-i ledgmea(stS'tbe"'Publicfor''lhe'ir liberal patronage.of.lhe| ume-:'it�qtilii.y '^nd-great.convenience ID.all.climateabaa^ ''reconiiiiendett 1t'-[tD'tbe: mbst 'jdistin^utslied foreig'o'^eon-^ .nPXiunB,'.who:bave.all spoken-higtily in ilis-recomm'endatlob.-,; :t>-U-sis,?"'' i# #dfeVahW mrSttapa.^colfb^dr (tie^Sai'oy'iiepV; Ion.' don.^CThe-OrigrB5lT�i5S�io(Si?-WarehOTte;)' WEST INDIA AND SIPANISH JrAlN PRODUCE. - Coffee.-The market last: week conliuded heavy, iind little was disposed of ,by^ublic anclioiii'un'lii Friday, when there appeared^bimation.In .the biddiagii, and full pfkes were'g^eraily obtained, and for good ordinary Jamaica 122g; was paid, wbicti Was a amall advance on Turaday's rates,"", St.'Domingo was dull ,Bt,123s. per cwt. during the chief paH of jhe week; on. Saturday Iherie were buyers at 125a.' but''''yeBleriTay'that'price-, could 'notberob-lained ; .the piivaie Cootractflast week was limited. . " i Tht stockXof W;'I.'C^fiee isnaw 4,^240 tonf,being 3,000 lessthan at this lim^.)astyear,,present priceslOs. per cwt. higlier. . ..V \ . v The B. P. Sugar market li'ai been: heavy since pnr last, and'prices- have be-r^Leeward.Island and.Jbmaiia �f;IiH�.str��Btbi hove tiecfrin sUai^imisSyr:^^^^^^ v ^-^ . . The present stock of. Rbih is14^S0 paDcheonsj-and price of proofs 2�. Id. per gallon.. !0 Minas Geraes at I3d.; 30 Paras at I3|d; a tSfd.; 60|d; a 15d;; 70 Surats at Tfd/^ 8^d.; 40 Bengals at ?fd. per lb: making the total quantity sold 5,509; the import ia 6,737 bags,viz. 793 bags Demerara, 40^ New Orleans, 936 other parts of V. S. 4,3S4 Brazils, 105 Portugal, 131 Iretdnd. ' TheSngar market was extremely fiat in the early part of the week, when Demerara of brown, and middling qualifies sold Is. a Is. 6d, lower; but at tbepublic sales on Thursday and yesterday prfces recovered, and the market lias closed fully -as high as'lagt rw^ek: strong: brown- Jamsicas have brought 60s. a 6ts.-^t6d. middling 62s. fid. a 658. and goo' ���......;.',....-,-;-... ..r ,j!uld not let him go. Purtell said to him, "- D-^n you, I will not stay for any man that wears your coat,''^ Corcoraor^said' he woiild compel him. Prisoner then began to cry out, '* My heart bleeds for my be under the yoke of a mbsCtyrannical Government: I hope the day is noW at hind wlien 1 shallSee it overturned. It i�. ill my power to command 5 is-.examinaiion, he admitted his. belief that Purtell had drank something-and that he was in custody when he used those expressions. ' - � " ' � ' ' ' ' -Lord Hawarden saw. Prisoner in custody of tlie police at Kilfeacle; rode, up and found the i^an much agitated: he,,(Lo'cl U^^warden) .had'gbne to the fair as a iVlagisjirate'^o ?(ee. that order was preserved-he hud beep cautioned of personal dutig^r ; there were- two factions, the Hogaiis, aiid Connors.- He (Lord Hawatrdeiil did hear the-'Pri'-soner Purtell make use of sediiious expressioiiVj and some, of those repeated by last witness. ' Piir-tell. appeared to be intoxicated, aqd charged, witness (Lord Hawardea) with beitig another Major Sirr. ; ' �:  � "' '-" -: On the-part bf-the Prisoner,'James Smith was examined-Hi8 testiitaony went to prove that the Prispiier^was in a state of ^reatintoxication on that d'lty, having travelled a considerable lengtli, tliir-teenmiles, and drank occasionally. Witness wus present' when Prisoner was taken ; he had caoght bold of Mr, Lanphier's bridle, to get him tii take a tiumblei;, of-punch; on this occasion the horse stumbledt^und such, was the cause of the .Prisoner being'Seized, on- which he (prisoner) spoke Very saucily, buV did not damn the King,>or the like ; bat he; said the army.of the King were enough to. keep: tbei:public:?peace, without-biniging.police anioiig^them. , , : Ann 'Smith,, wife of laat witnetx, deposed vhe heard Prisoner- abuse the Pillice^l'-imd the 'Police abase him. Lord''^HlwBrden, she saidj chargeil^ Purtell with*usrii'guieditioBS'�languagfe;:but-this Purtell.diss vowedi-vuBorteUis'hep isecondrcousin^ Rev. John Wallace, Vicar Caher, '�worn-p-i/Tlje.pTisoner Pu^teU;i�|)pexi^f jhl� pa,ri��, .and is a Roman Catholic. -Priiofter is a |cboolma.atcr, atid^ a8')witDei3;:beIieve'di'dnV� matiieaia- tician; he baff'iattfiicted bti'soDain mriting^ anil aiiy lid not liave �U liad known fai'ii 'iOyear�; and 'never heard any thiiig. to .his-prrjii dice; he had freqiiently b^en emplqy�eL: by ��rl GjeDgH.II and thg Senefchal of C'uher; he w^ii tJi'^ prindip:tl fupppft of aged mother, ami wttiiessi betjeved, if he had hut beeti.ifiaii or driliik on thi-i occafiou, he won|rtiiif^ter hifve. .a>ed such expre**  sipo:;.before the J*b|ree.- - Buroa itl'CiEiiASP then .charged.Ihe Jury, atid said thut under atlyGovernmeiit^br Coustitu-tion, a subject e^prfeisihg ffinisjtlf in thrsi inaiinff would be gttiltydj'; it is 'well known in Ihii �^con'nlry. that previous to their inlroduflion fterti violence*, murder,, and asfassiuxtioi), threatened the dtfstruction of alt order; the Presentments to Co* rollers were enormous. The happy cliiliige.tli&C has since taken place he mainly altributed lo them, and to the aroustrd spirit of the Mugij-tracy. He suid it wus serious to rt-flecl thut schoolmasters who wer.e intrusted with educut-ing the "youth of the country, were in almost every instance the offenders hi cases of sedition-and it was in>|>ortant iTial exaiiiples should be made of such persons. H^ paid a high compliment to Lord Hawarden, who, though at his peril, like a good and active Magistrate, attended his duly, Xn prf-serve the public peace, and by his evidence, fally corroborated lhat of the first witness for the prosecution. . � The Prisoner was fonud Ouitty, and sentenced to be imprisoned 12 mouths, and flogged througli Tipperary on Tuesday, the 10th of October next. -f Herald.; The business of the Assizes terminated here oa Tuesday. FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. PARIS PAPERS. PARIS, July sg. A letter from Ancona, of the 9ih of July, says " Ali Pacha's affairs aregoing on worse and Worse Several of his Generals have abandoned hiui^'Bnd some have taken up arms sigainvt him. Wlitrever the :^oops of.' the Grand Seignor appear, ihtir General proclaims by sbniid of trumpet that he does not make war agaiiist the Albamima, faui only against their tyrant Ah. In consequeiice of these pacific proclamations, all the armed in habitants lay down their arms, and the whole populutioa has declared against the rebel Pacha. He has-already lost the districts of Trikala, Messalongi, and several others. It is universally believed that his troops will disperse at the approach of those of t!ic Grand Seignor." . � Accounts from Inspruck, in the Tirol, mention a yiolent shock of an earthqiuke-tliat was felt there at seven o'clock in the morning of the 17ih of July. The same accounts state that the occurrences uc Naples have produced the liveliest sensation throughout all parts of Italy. NAPLES, JOLY 11. f Private Letter-in the Journal des Debats.J . Our situation is still that which bBloiij^s to -.i vagqe expectation, accompanied by distjoietudt^.-- The soldiers have committed no violence ; but many of them have laid down their arms, andtk.-manded their discharge. The last conscripts have, for the most part, sejl-ofi" for their homes. The Nu.-lional Guard is obliged lo occupy ulmost all the posts. It is for the purpose of mildly recalliiii; lite army to its dufy'tliat the Prince Vicar-General lias publislied'a Proclamation, in which,^iu the shape of eulogy, he gives judicious advice to the troops, which, it is hoped, will have a salutary effect. This Proclamation is as follows : To the Constitutional Army under the command of General Pepe. The good conduct, order, and discipline maintained by the army during, its march, and uii its sulemn entry iulu Ibis faithful city under the ordets of llie wortliy Cbief whu commands it, have so well merited my salisfaclinn, t)>ac {.cannot delay tfae teslifyin; it publicly... Soldiers,.when aq enterprise is commanded, nut by interest but by'gittr.}- aud'.w.heu lhat glory di-iplays itself surrounded by ilisci-pliue and moderation-huw glorious are llie results whicli are obtained! Honour to Ibe worthy Gaplarti who has Itnowa how to attain so.noble an object! Honour to ll>e:brave 'and disciplined'army wbicb.bas known so well hbw In obey! , NaplM, July 10. (.Sigiied) FRANCIS, .. The King's gaards took no' part in the: movements of the other troops. They continue to prji tecttbe approaches to the Palace against every krnJ of .seditious ussemblage. . , A part of thevpenpie has manisfested much.dissatisfaction at seeing the three-coloured dag (red, black, and blue) of the Revolution of 1798 mounted on the ships and the forts. The Committee of Pubhc Safety is constantly emplbyerl 10 adopting measures to prevent the disorder w^iich might result from the absence of many of the public functionaries, and the destruction uf several others. The following is the �lecree by which this Committee was instituted, and by whicJi tlfie 'sphere of its pbi^ers is marked out:- FERDINAND, &c.  " In-virtue of the authority-transferred to us by Ibetfeftig our aiigust father and .Sovereign;-i-consider�pgth�jf>.�be m'aintenance of order jls the uniform wish of our peopff,aud the principal'ba^is of that uuiou,' wiihoar'wbicb'iheri^ cs>> ekist neiiher. public pp'mipo; nur public fprpej-Miiittbiiis>l>� take Ibe pinst efrectnaj measures fprexecutipg.ibe new|alion proclaimed by the. King our august,father, aui iiy ..b^elves-.;-' . . . �' � '�' � vWfthWe resolved to^ecree, and do decree, at follows:- vVticle L'Tbere sbaB.beappuiuted'for the fiifhful citjof NSmeiijandfotilsproywce solely; a temporary Coannittee or)E^bli<^Safety,..Thi� Cummiliee shall be cbmpused of.ihe un'^ftiamed;jwrsops.^-., ,. i' . j Ins'pe'ctbr-tSeberal' and Commandant' of the Gi^^rd uf Siififi;^}' ibe^CodiittUbrs' of ttie'Supreme Court 'of Jusiici ;