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British Press (Newspaper) - February 5, 1820, London, Middlesex t�ft 111*! "defi-ay jpart c n.FLA^M#: JISjidTiftJilS'W-Wilfeittfc.. The a{�i . ;i:�i";,'-?8v'~i j%. or �datfioi-fDr. woietS. ^#�lley>fliisln^4^'PalUin-gardei* :, ��old hy Wa|k(ytl88| Kower HolhSni; arid-alt Booksrlkrt. ' l>jr,ivi^', i/-. rfS O U NT ft Y NEIGH B. O VRS, uucJ V> The SHIPWRECK-Tali^s of Fknsy. By MISS Bua>'Er. \ , , .faulted for Meirry ColburniiiKl.Co. Cojidiuit.sjrect. Of wlioni way be bad, by ibe afeii popuHr.'Aiilhur, he� Edilioiis CtARBNTINE,-3 vol.. 2l8. TRAlTiof-NATWrt, 4 vola^ 28s. T THE EVELYN MsfecBlPTS, This day it pobtUhed, bandsomely jiriuted, in S volt, royal ijanrlo, embeili^ieidvritii Porlrajis and olber Ensiavini^a by (he first Artilt�j {trice 52^ Ut. M. boards, the Second Edition of il�tf EMOIRS of JOHN EVELYN, E�q. the iTi celebrated Aottine of " Sviva," &c.' �riten by Him-Self. Primed frotn the Original MS. in (he Library at Wut-(ciS; Edited by WILLIAM BRAY, Etq. Fellow and Trea-iii�ernf the Sacieiy of Antiqunriea, &c. Printed for Henry Colburn and Co. Conduit-atreel. ThUday i( enhlitbed^ tSae Fourth Edilion, improved, *>:ed. ~lLij[lE|AHTQffRESERVING tj.e SIGHT ;^itoU,5^;i�^ii^.0a,A�f^ftBd,0f^^^^^^^ Mig and. strengtbeuittt; it wfifll ti 4iecomeB weak; with Olwer-vationf^ii th� IncWlvenfencics arid Dangers ariaiug from lie talc uf Cumnidu Spectaclra, &c. &c. By an EXPERIENCED OCOLfST. PrlfctedJiir Henry Cuiburu and Co. Coud�iit-�treet. bia da; are pitbiiabed, the Second EJilino, revised, witb all tha.mrmes reatored, in 4lu. price 4/. Ss. bonrda, rOKACE WALPOLE'S LETTEKS to L GEORGE MONTAGU, Esq. from the Year 1736 liio 1770.-Pvbliabed from Ibe Originals iu the possession of ! Editor. .. ' T6e Wiera of Horace Walpole are master-pieces in t-wwy'::- ilnit iu .which they ahioe unrivalled, ia Ibcir ac. P((^J[|fclion of the 4>assiu^ sccjien of each day, painted ' remarlsir equally willy and tarcasllc. A new Democritus etas lo inveassusieii'the pen, to i^neer at tbe'grave follies rihe Iminaa S)ircies."-Qintrterly Rrvii-w. Printed fiiper'a:�^Ii ttiographical Memoir of Lord Castlereagh- -II.,Ou the NeirroEm|>irenf Uayii,Specuhi(iun8, Political aiioeiicSl~II)-JlrmavkB on the Puelry of John Aneter auit^tbrr living Jrish VTrllera-IV. On Ibc Pheenix of the iAumenta-V. T'other Side of Kie^hio-VI-. Travels roond ray Chamber, 4lie LifWMy,&c.-'Vll. Mr. Mathias, on.lhe Lifeand Writings of Gray, with Extracts from bis Oricinal .WSS.-VIII. The Campagoa di Roma-IX. On Arabian ,l?oelry-"X. On- the Funeral BIlea and Ceremoiiiea of the AlKVrSaxons and English-XI. Anecdotes, ObicrvHtiuns, hallu Cl^ractera of Books and Men, coliecied from the KiUCf^'ioiia of Pope . aud other eminent Men, by the Hnrerend Josepb Spence-XII. New Conjectures relative t� llieAulhor of Junius-XIII. A Siclllari Sliiry, by B�rry ?arnwall-XIV. Dii British Novels and Kumances, inlro-duclcnr; lo o aeries of eriticisois on the Living Novrlists- XV. Memoirs and Travelsvf John Lewis Bitrrkhatdt-XVI. Anasl.-win� or Memoirs of a Greek-XVll.Hr;.t�wd�u on EugUsli Qsrdcnine-XVIU. Remarks on Wilkin's Picture bribe Battle tif Haslinas, by Mr. Carey-XIX. Modern iJCttlplorsat Rjjitje-XX, VaristieB, I.itei-ary, and Scirtiti-,:^e-X3|:fi JfeW Buirficatiuns, with Critical Remarks- I^XIK;Neiv,luventiuna and bi�coverie8-XXlH. Dramatic Mutiicea^^^iV, Reports, Lrlerar)-, Mtleoi-ological, Agri-oaitural,8nd Commercial-XXV.. Historical Dieeat of Po-litixii Evenls,iacludiug the American Pr�iderit''a Mecs^c- ptSkVI. lnra*8ling Occnrrencfs, Promotions, BifthajMir-i^rtAges, and Deaths; TliANSLAIT0N. I>t^rr 0'MJEA1i^,,wai deirtadj Oil TUE.SDAT iyiORNlN&;i with the adiliiion of.lOl Reasons, diclal^ by the Aothor of these Meiri�)i^'ti>''t)>e'Editor,' proving that the Ajiunymous " Mtuimej^i de -.SU Helmt"->nm not writleii by NapJieon. Ths FBErieU fDltlUN continues on sale at 12s.exlia bbatdai' ' ' � ^ �  : i'rintedfoi) Sii Ridianl Pliillips andCo." -N.B--Tiie nnprrcedaited demand f"r tliis.Wosk Jitiving, rendered ft necessary to'prepare'a riiuch lar_ger Edition of the TraosIaliati.lliau.,^as-Jiiripuaily intended, (lie piibtication lias been. niiavoidabK ^eterrf d frOtn; Tbondfly tillj Monday^ when it will positivycly take place; . ' . . l^ablWof tl.p 'lif.e �n;l writing:? ' �', rif Sir PHILfP SIDNEY.' " �onlBve,Jhy life,; noiihale : birt whafffiou fi*'*' Livj well: bow loug.or.sliOrtj pei-mit tO Hcai'fen " MiLTOM. . By THOMAS ZOUCH, U.D. F.LS. PrcliPnjHry.df Durb: HOOKEU, Mr. GEORGE HER-BERT.aad Dr. ROB FJIT .SANDERSON. To which is now firstadJidjl-OVEaidTltUTH,by Isaac Waltqti. With Notes, iand tht-Lire ofilis Aullior, by Thomas Zoocb, D.D. F.L.S. Prebendary of-Duj-bam. " These,were favnuurable men in their generations," ' ' Eccles. 44. 7. , The Third Edrtioii, very neatly printed, in' two volumes 8vo. cmbelh'Slied villi-Poclraits, .price il. boards. This day Is jiulilijlied, dedicated, by permissiau, to lhf> Lord Bishop of ..^healer,'haudsuiiiely printed iu two vols. 8vo. price ^Wsrhoiirds, ' , raiASSO'fir-jerusalem delivered v fl. au Heroic Poei�.i >ti;^N�l^.i. . I.Andon : Printed for J. Mawmau, 39, LudsMe-siireet. " Mr. Hunt'iholJ powers as a Translator Offcii ii^iproach Dearer to the granileur and spirit uf the original, than nny.. Iranslalion of the mnUero Classics that we ))�ssess,"-i (Monilily Riv.'"Scp(ep)l)er, 1819.)-" It is valnaMe for its am|>le fidelity, fur.i'ts learned comparison of j assaKes In epic,au4ifor'tiie information contained in t be Notes." -Ibid, June, ISV^. " " Thu Tj-an.�hi1or:l�is;:rcpresented llie.Author'V thoughts iu his own Bi.ylei,an(i ri-8c>cled the forms uf llie Original in their' ow-u'rotours-^ ;atid the result is, that he hiis enriched his native lau'giri;?e,i. '" Mr.I.oili�-:i^lt is my pafoftii^ty to inlorni yonr Lordship of the Detow'of'Ui*-\alK'm^X^f, King George MI. The Lords Jlj^tire�Wiiig..rec�W* letter from Viscountj: 'Sidmonllv aflii�ra'n(4u2;tp (lieift that this nie- lauqboiy wcBt .liiofc place witBOM-^^^ least apparent sof-fifrjnit,"at'Wiiia!ii>lt 6astle, .M;'iii^]^ye-iiiio^lc!ning;;Sal Family. � HI haTe.llie'bbiiduTt(>'bii(bl otteiid ; and Ulater JKitig.,�-having sn-, nouucecl to hi*XiOrdahi|i the o|>jrd� Jiisikes for ProdaiiMMtgi hU M�je�ty KiNr�. Coaches uf lh� TVobifity, Privy .i(i6iinicil,�ud Gentry. When they come to the'Ciiatk-gate, niter the trutti|)^ter has stiDuded a C8lJ*"tl�rice, Aihlonc Por-auivaiit commivnds sileiJcfr, iitd Ulster King of Arm* read* aloud Ihe Prbclatnalion ; il>e prjjces-siioti theii .proceeda to t^ie aUe of the Thol$el, tiie Old Com Market, Briiige.-slreet, RicUmoiid Bridge, Arruii-Quay, West Arraii-strett iuto SmilA/ield, ali'iHj Kiiig-.8tr�et lo the "eud of CapeUslreft, down Great Brftaiu-st^eet to the' tqp&f Saekville'Streel; theuee �atMoi*, Ci)rIi�l^8rWge to- Cvllege-dreen, Nassati.-atreet^i.and, Ositfpp-iitj'eei, to \he JUansiott Houses at which i>t�Cl!a6nari;cd iji Italics) the i'ro- Three routitfa, of l'^Sf\^^iiiBli&-g�7ireaclii, fired ill the Park during t^eprocession. ..DISTRESS. rr^HR WIDiJftWfi* NUEND and BE>FEVO. A, LENT S0CIGTY. inslit.ited (l.vjr,rt 1808, for visit-in? and relieviiiir the Sick and dislVensetl Y'sor atlheir owii Hsbitations.. The Fundi of the Society,'(tvhcn the laic ap-peal was made lo the Public) were ejtbavi.ted, and in conse-qnenceufits limited mKROs the Commiitve were cunipcllrd lo reject about 20]iairing/|j,e_: ciiamel, fasten siieli as'are luose^ lind'keep sucb'a�': -efyed'Crotn becomlUK wOrscH ',Tey lilcewise i-^ider liie-brisitli delicately s��i!t^ fVt�tW' IVjotb-Acfar, p'erfeiitfy cure Ibe'Scurvy JntheGuns, ^BiI'iaiifce4faein.(;row firm aud; clone to the Teelb.-The-,pf(^ej� j>ai!li-'mti#; CdCk*p�-silrt*t,'^ enatravftl; a4Vtigr� TBUfeiEK^IITliAl. SALT 4 xejc^oss,;^ fBlW�Fl�c#K%r'i�M iKlllUieMni,2�i; d J J^mes Briggs, Esq-. ^ . 0 ' A. B. - , ;i 0. 1. jlr. T. FvHaneoii , 1 .1-0 Rev. W. Haiispii . '11, �a c: d: - - 16 0: 10. Sir .H.tShoimeJcy a;..���� �l*''�y*^|�*��7 RAMfGATB, VEBIlUAnT ^. This day,^t twelve o'cloqlf, the priutipul inli^bi-tants of Ranisgate met nt the Town Hall, in con-seqXteii'ce of notice previoutty'g^veu by tiie Deputy to read thii proclaroatioii. The Deputy and other Geiitlefnea rode iu ait op�D>barouche dravu by four liorses,' a very numerous projcession followed three deep, and paraded the town, accompanied by co-iourii and a hanrf i>f miiVit;. His Mui�aty King �George the IViU was proclaimed at ilia i�arkei-plu(!e, and in tite priucipsl (treats, &c. antl a very iur^^e concourse- of people gteeled with most loyal and hearty applause,. It is the intention to have a public dinner a few days after tiie interment of his lute Majesty aliall hav� taken place. iivekpool, febbuaby 2. The account of the- death of his late lVlaje�iy> George the Third, was received here on Tuesday iiioriiing. The tqwn wear;, the appearance of universal njouriiini; ; all the sho|>s and the principal part, of iht: libnses have ihpir windoiiva closed ; the Cu!iir have tlieir ctflnurs liatf-masl high, and otie seiiliment ulniie appears, lo pervade all classes, that of deep regret and veneration for hi* memory.^a.fiiie vessel was.launched, intended for .the Brazilli-ade ; she wascalled O'eorg^e //le J'mirth, (tided triajesiically intu her native element, umidijt the [oud and reiterated cheers of an immense concourse of people'whn were assembled on the oc-cai'loB. .Messrs. John Bitby and Co., the respectable ownei-'s, invited tliiir friends to partake of a eol*co'llAtl6n, andthtj itfialih of his Majesty King GebrgetV. Was driinkwith four times four, and the lijost'lervent wiiliea for hliv prosperity and long life. A 'm'irr^ gratify.Jii^-(.cene was never taritiiessed, �nd-.>hi� i�,'rao�t';|rfdbilibryj the first vessel called afltr oiir present Kfiig,, wliom God long preserve. Extract of. kPtivate Letter.) . .' '^JfORWICp, FEBRIIABy 3. " A Procliimatiori.Wirl an Order of Council having r�ap)ieti't1)e _Qfi%.(?,f Ibe Sheriff of Norfolk for pfocluini.rul; llie VnijcessioB of his present Mi-jesly, Eing Seorad't^f y to the Crown of these 1lfei.rmi(,.StrlVJIIlWv^%hdham Dalline. Bart. fifglfS1iieif#�f iii"rii^^^fe perabijri Bfsiembheili'^' � :**^itoVSE,>6BftOAiMf 3. .:-'^-�'^� wjiia-M tlie^^i4lr'TOteff�^enCe:df:ihs death of our 1ii^e�T^vVred^!I^Hhftfc^^^^^ t1t�:|jia�!ej the lj^�^tft:*6l!i?}iitSh'i^^^ Cor an hour; tlia ^fflotrrs.Qt .the Ca8J|ei;?Tii*lu(tfbiig*iD\e gun� at (he redoubt battery on the-hti^b s frred.i^ Roya,! salpie, and this day the Mayor, attended by I lie Corporation, inhabitatits, and offictrs jof the garrison, iiiet in � the Gtiildhait; and from thence, preceded, .by. a-band of niusit^v went-to different parts of the town, and in the usaul form the Town Clerk pruchiimed his IVlajesty King George the Fourth Soy'ereign'of (Iwse reiilm?,!' f Extract of a BrioiUe Lett^.)^ " ca�bbidob, february 4. '" The melancholy intelligence of the death bf ouf.late most gracioas Sovereigii wa^t received here . list AloiKkiy mornin;;, on which od thei'e will hetion^lerm: on the .>abeif. The ermno *t S�- Mary's Cliorcb^ the d|e nf Munday last, ill c�tneq4enc^ of the iVralh ofourjate vepe-rabje and moat^rac|ons SovereignJ' It wHi j-tie seen f^m the following snliject, that our Veii^mtSe King has departed this life. I'his is an event which we have long been prepared to expect. The many virtues which adorned his ctia|acter, render his tneraory dear to the hearts of lits subjects where if waii always his delight to reign. iVq eulogiam of oor'a can do justice lo the benevolence of ills dispositinb. To ' review his life would remind its df excellence indeed, but only of excellence for'ever torn from us. We have to perform the (luty of submitting to one of the most painful dispensations of  Proiridence.-/ Blackburn Paper.J The intelligence of the death of the King reached this town on Sunday, about twelve o'clock, and tiie event wus communicated to several oFlhe principal families in the church, durir.g divine service. Those persouV) to whom the melancholy circumstance was thug revealed, became so aifectetl. as to excite the attention of the whole cdngregulion, which for a moment became""ibuchagitaied, but by degrees the fact Was geueratfy'distributed, and ihe service was not interrupted. The same evening the grtat t)rH was . tollwi for two hour.t\tvf,'^u^ become Clergy^ ' \vheiliet .in, the remote Seeing th� KtNa.-In one of the late King'^ .exctirsiuus, duiiiig the hay barve.>-t, in the neigli-bouthnud of Weymouth, hs. passed � field w(iere ojily one woipari was at work. His SVJajesty ask-ed^her wii^.Jmr comjUBoions-werc ? The woman ansjverlBd, ilie'y were gone to see lh�f Kitjo.- " A.ii(j..why djjd utjt yoti ^o with.ltieni .*'' rejoined hill MaJEITY.-^'V ( would not give a pin to see him!" replied thie'v;oman; "beside", the fools that are gone to town will lose a d;ty's work by it, and thai is more ilhin I can afiurd to do. I have five children to work for," &c.-" Well, then," said his IVIajebTy, puiling some money in^^d, you m;iy tell your companions wjio are goiie to see the Ki.\a> tliaj the �iiig.cume. toseeyov." ^ � manner the actiteness.gooti sense, and good ualmref >iaf^b>;lAte..Kiing:-. : � l^ueRday, itve.. 24Jh of Augu^st, I.773, s"t gt'^ :|t9gj^.h�|dtCutaeto;biia this m^rjiiuK. to wy..'; tt^itt {'Ssyiid'-ft'wy� ibe VfCottd eri . never stole a bdoic but one,' said bi�;iV}a]e*tyi  sind that was yoors (speaking to me} v I stole it from the Queeii; to give it to Lord HVrtliinJ to ^''ad.' fir liad heard thai the sale of � tiime^i Essays' k id &iled'sh'ice iny boofe^w8S piibiisiied ; and f lo'ld'iriu) what Mr. Straiian had. told me in rt-gaid lo th&t-matter. His Majesty, asked what I ihotight.uf my new acquaintance. Lord Dartmouth ? I said tlierirri was something in his "air and manner'^wlii{;li 1 thoaght not only agreeable, but enchi'tming,'�Dd that he seemed to me to be one of the bejit of men-a sentiment i-n whicli both -their Mar jesties heartily joined. ' They say ihirt Lnfd; Darmoatil is an enthusiast,' said the King; > but surely lie says nothing on the subject of religibii, but wlwt every ^hristinn m-ay, and ought to say.'^ He asked, wlietlier I did not think the Engliiih fatj-guage on the decline at present ? I ailnwertd in. the affirmative; and the King agreed, ruid iiumed the Spectator as one of the best ataiidariii! cf the language. When I told him that the Scols clergy somer__ times prayed a quarier, or even hnlf an hour ala time,? he asked whether that did not lead tliem into repeti- " tions? I said it often did,  That,'said he, � I don't like in prayers; and excellent as OHr Liturgy is", I think it somewlml faulty in thHt respect. Voiir Majesty knows,' said I,  that three services ore joined in one, in tlie ordinary diutfh .service,' which is one cause of those repetition?.'-' Trup,' he replied; � anfi. ihaUcircuunlauce a!,-o makes the service .too long.* From this lie toak, .occa.tion to speak of the cbmposilion of the Cfiurcli Liturgy} on which he justly bestowed the bigiiest commendation. ' Observe,' his Miijssiy said, ' hoW fiut those occa..>ional prayers are, thai are now cvortuDity to show the good opinion 1 have of you'." The following is an affctiting ttiit of ihe warm parental affection of his late Majesty, and as it was the last exercise of his tender solicitude ii� which it-iileased Providence lo allow him to iiiv dulgei it will be read with the gretter interest :- \ .Nut many days before the lamented death of Princess Amelia, and when her Royal Hijjhnesi reciJived the awfiil communication from her ph'ysi' t*3;dbni; and dispatched, from thence by express, J^h';^^^ arrival at AVindsor he was shewn into ihe'.fcliaHlibW:! of her Royal Highness, and she gave him tb^"jiecer; 'feiicily.'of placing the ring im his' laie; 1 iVfiJEsifY^* fi.ogeri .as' he affectionateiy sqoees-j ed .l^ejr,^an4 at'.'jpartin^. The sieue of the tifng, tai] vjiil^. tl^"fe[.iW_had recei^eS no previous preparai--ttittiiiij was olvser'ved^ to atie.ct his .M a j esty ileept^ ;! l^iP�^\ji.tttl.d)^Ue3s beCdme 'immed'utely "gres^t, and; iji^^i�w^.(]ay4 the rpyat family were'.aUirmed by t^he, 'arance.of tlie! j^i^elancholy symptoihs of thi: dis-' ^fj^liteb'eyer iipve' aiflicted his Majesty uiiti! jli^j^nijinated. rvsijnffe^^^^^ So iopid Wiiallife f^^jtfipn^oi' the 4r4Safur tnitlady, that its 'exjsiencc: ;