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British Press (Newspaper) - February 23, 1820, London, Middlesex Number 5371. LONDON, W�D^^SBAr, FEBHtJARY 23, 1820. PaicE 73. OR4TOKI09 , i . ^EATlRE-hOYAL, bRUR?-LANE. YTIHESE PSrlbMftaV4V*ij* c^finiieiicB THIS , 1. EVENING, FeW�ia�y4a. under jheJirfse�i6n of "Sir  Na. SMAR*r,, wlip hsf the giatifiailioii lo Bnilouncs,.lliM Mi�. VaLniON has kindly fcoiiKriiled lo |ici-form in Ifie �Ji-irsl Acis of Itese OAtoHttB, litPurt she fUlfih au *i�gp>1!e. 'meiit St another Concert on the same Eyt-iiiiii;. Paht 1.-SELfeCTfbNS from' Mw2iH'� cikl��ied �REQUIEM. Part H.-The First Part of Hadyii's tacred, Oralorio.ef THE CREATION. A� the end of Ifte FirSH Part Mf. Riii -SriHJieifcrin bb tfif Grand Piano Furle ah Introdtictrdii and-Varlaliuns, !Com. ixiscil by bimaelf, on the celebrated Irish .Melody, " 'Tis the last RiiM of SumWer." The folinwinK are soiniB oT the pieces whM) will be tntro-r M'Inlyre, Mr. Abbott: Miss Isabella \Vardonr, Miss Stephens; Miss Muria M'Inlyre, Miss Matthews; Miss tiriirlda Oldbuck, Mrs. Davenport j Elspetb of the Craig-burufoot, Mrs. Fnncil. After which, 9d lime, a new Farce, called TOO LATE FOR DINNER. The principal Characters by Messrs. Junes, I.iston, Connor, Blnnchard, Emery, Mrs. Darenport, MU� Foote, Miss Bfuumunt,anil Mrs. Gibbs, A Private Box may be had for the season, or nightly, of Mr. Brandon, at the BuxoASce. The Doors will be opened at Half-pasl Six o'clock, and Ihi- PUy lie^in al Seven. Ci.xps 78.; Second Price Ss. 6*1.-Pit Ss. 6d.; Second Prire Ijiwer Gallery Ss.; Second Price Is.-Upp'uf Gallery Is.; Second Price 6d. On Saluriiay, the new musical Drama of The Antiquary. On Mtinday, Shakspeare'a Ctitriedy of Errors. On Thursday, March 2, will be pruduoeil, first iime, a new Musicil l)r:ima, called Ivauboe, or The Jew of Yiirk. rg-^ H E PUBLIC are resptclfullv i�rormed, bL that they will again find Sir. M.ATHEWS AT HOME at the Theatre Royal, English Opira-House, Sirani�if are genuine but Itiosa which hav� the corks sealed with the impression " J. Cocks, Readiug," and also Ibe fol. Iiiwiiii; (lesrripliun of Ihe Sano*, on an. orange-Cnloured liilirl: '� lEeadine Bauer, fur Fish, euricliing. Gravies, kc. jii'C|''irrd iiud sold, wholesale and retail, by J. Cocks, Itciidiui;." Tlili .'^auce is generally used >l table with all sorls of Fish, lu |iri-fercnce to all other Fish Sauces, and is esteemed pecu-liiii ly driicious with Game, Wild Fowl, Hashes, Steaks, and ('illJ Meal; warranted to keep (ood seven years in any cli-mi\c. It is presumed that no Sauce ever met with snch ge-iicrHl apprubmion and exieusive sale; it is patronised and M rominonded by most of the first farailii*^ in the kingdom. II is retailed in London hy 2i0 of the must respectable Oil-nii-n anil Fish Sauce Venders; in Balh by 30; Bristol 20; Eiiiiibnrgh and Glasgow SO; and by all the principal Fijh Splice Dealers in the United KinKdoro, raosi of whom sell f iliH country. His late Majesty is drawn as' in the 36th year of his reign, arrayed in bis Itoyal Robes; and his late Uoyil HiKhiiess dressed in bis Field-Marshal's uniform. 'I'licy are dicidedly the finest miniature Portraits that have yll� Utei lary nriicTea,'partfy coniributed by an eminent Jiobleman, ciiuuectedWii^'the'Jurisprudeuceof Ihe counlryianilparliy by Bcveral^istioguislicd AiillMtts, is allowed'to be unsui--passed in. taleiit,and unequaUed in impartiality. I�� D'�-i matic Kevieir has attracted general attention, b^ (he accuracy aud.vaijety.of i�� iuforina�ioi�v ftud'the jlSigrtatiftiy ttna' juMiccofita sirtclures. The .Plate or piatrs!w,itli!wj)icb! each Ndiiiberii "eiiibcllishfd, being eu|{raved bv^lhecele-Utat^d j�leyer^Bte iiiiiverUil1NE tbgetlier "at thisj House on the Day on which the present Session of lSg[rliument tbay terfnibate, lo iiieet JOHN CAM HOBHOU^SE, Esq. jon his libeti>lion fpom CiBfiuement. Sir FRANCIS BURDETT, Bart, M.P. in the Chair. Tickets I3a. 6d. each, \o be Had ^t'th^ Bar of the T�vern; and o( tjx^^eietary, F. li. D>epnm,]~]0,'Strand, m. '^�iiiMt^ llieir Warrant for-'lbe Final 'tirawiiig of the LOTTERY, to take pl�e NEXT FRIDAY, 2�h Fe-bruary, when the few'remaining Tickets (having an e*-bessof 6,438;.), forming lire Golden Lottery, with tivb of 20,000/. �nd 1,000 Priies, most all be drawn, and paid iu Gold or Bank Notes, by i. and J. SIVEWRIGHT, E^q. and Vij* live fioo. Sam&ei- Mar- aWAlt, Stajeipt al:LftV. r Jfoii//;tf�/er}r/A�re-Salnrday, MarcQ }0, .it Poo). Penblphshire-Vriiay, Mare1t'34iM Rulhiu. .fJut#�fcire-Thursday, Marclr 30, al'Mold. CA�i/iir�-Wednesday, AptU.A^ylje C�^le of Cheiter. li ,KO^T�"T^MBi;iBiTiCUI,r^ � . fflnm L^'YCEiTElt, Esq. and WiliiAM KEiTaieK, Esq. -Angleney-Thursday, March 23, Al Beaumaris. CornurvonjiAirt-Wednesday, March 29, al CarnarvOH, 4VerioNe-: chandlers, atone, at the Office uf Mr. Ayisou, solicitor, i llanovep-street, Liverpool. CERTrFlCATF^MAlloi 14. ' . E. Blaokley, npiy.or late u^Wooistreel,, Cheapside, Lon- jdoii, wari-honsemaii.-A. De Fioger,,oJr Broail-street-mew�, Londoii, .inercbantl-^I.'Issacs, of Ne�riii)$tdn, Siirrey, glass. ... .#11. .  . � -. . J819,-L. W. Williams and H. Jackson, of $till�bury court, Fleet-strr'i. Lnnrion. June 5,1819.-Ji J.Cole kM VV. All-croh, ol l.iltie EaRl-Cheap^ London.dryaalters, February 21, 1820 -11. (iooilacre and T. Wheelhouse, of Nottingham, printers,-Stati..i\irii,.a1>d booksellers, Februai^i U. 1820- M. Sheplie'rd and A. Cliidloe, of Alileregate, Loudon, Hiien- drapers, February 21, 1530__T. CbeveleV, W. G. Watson, and G.Tytrell.of LiWebouiie and WiJbrook, sbip-cbsudlers, so far as respects T. Cheveley, Febrnary 22, 18'20.- T. Milchison quel R. AlHngton, of Beaufort-buildiogs, ^4|ndj tailors, February 22,1820. IMPERIAL pAntlAia&NT. l,pa-(jrn!ige, Leicesler, -faifm^r.-S. Pnyney uf N�JtHugliai>i, muney-sqrivene/. , ' , V- �'^ ^ dPARTK'ERgHl'HS DISSOCvED;" ..W.'Gv(li>l^iil4;.an4 Tplafi Middlese;f, harge-buildera, February 18,1820.-J. Foljambe aud T. Foljambe, of Wakefield, York, attorneys, March 24, flOOsE OF LORDS, Tuesday, FeaittAAY ?2. HeCore four o'clock the Marquis of Tweeddai.e and Lord Dacre took tiie oath*. PAPERS.  , ,. Mr. Tyrrell, froth the East lodtrf Dock Comi pally, i^reiieiitedsoiiie papers relative to the uccouuts of \\k Coni|)ai)y. Mr. Li.uliiiitrton broui^ht- up from the House of Comtn'ohs the LocjI Jurisdiction Bill, tite Expiring Laws Bill, and ihe Maittjj Bill. Lord John Russell brought up the Borough Sui|ved the Order of the Day for referring the Borough Wtils Bill to tk Cotntpitlee of the whole House. The Bill received notne triflingr �n�endmeiits; tlie House resumed, and Mr. Brogdem brolt^ht up the RepoH. Sir C. Hawkin* isaid a few words, which were inaudible. . Lord Jobs Russell, in answer to si question from Sir C. Hawkins, said that bis intention Ttt introducing the Bill was not to decide ou the particular ciises contained in it, or ou any others like thun, but merely to forward the whole question arising out of them -as much as possible, with a view to submit ling it in a more perfect manner to the new Parliament, The Report was then read, with the amendments. The Bill was ordered to be read the third time as soon as it could be engrossed. The Keeper of the "New Prison of Clerkenwell brotJ^ht up certain returns relating to that ,esla-blisliaieitt, ordered by Ihe House in December last.-Orderei) to lie on the table. REPORT OF COMMITTEE OF SVPPUES. The CiiANCELLoa of the Exchequer moved Ihe Order of the Day for reading the Report of the Committee of Sopplie*.-It was read accordingly. The folloyring sum* were granted : - T�-o millions Ip pay the outstanding Irish Exchequer bills not before provided for. Three millions to pay otT the Irish Treasury bills not before provided for. Twenty thousand pounds lo pay off all expenses of a civil nature, which formed lio-parl of the charges on Ibe Civil List. Two hundred thousand pounds to satisfy all pensions which may become due before ilie next meeting uf Parlia-meiil, which.would have beeu payable out of the Cunsoli-daUd Fund but for the deptise of the Crown. Mr. TiEBNET wi^ehed to ask a question or two as to the expiring pensjon granted lo the Ptincess of VVoles. He wished lo know, in the first place, what jillowaijce she,was iu future to receive, and out -of w.hat funds it was to be paid ? The CiliNeELLORof the ExcHEi.cEi.Loii of,the Exchequer said, that the Right Hon. GenlLeinan ought to know, that in ordiiiary cases lio alteration of the title of any inilividual could of itself alter the right of such individual to any property to which they might be pljierwi^e entitled, ..Inthft ca^e in queslion, the iudivid)iii| was not extinct^ thotigh her title might be alteretif. He,' tiiought that, as it would have haiipened in CasWof any othT kind of properly, that person niight, with perfecr propriety, continue to re.ceivetliti allowance., Mr. TiERNCV said, that the money was grunted exprttsslvr because she ^was Priiicts.s of .Wale�, and to enable,her wnk as Princess of Wales wiihbeco'ining s'|ilendQur. The CHAKCEtipu of tbe ExcJ^EtjUER made some fibservalio'ii frtirtihis seat, to w'hicV Mr. TiERNBY repfted, that he kne^v very well the Right Hon. Qeiitleman could say no more. He wtia ngt at ,,all,,;jurpriRed, St l?heudiilfep Ity in �wbidQatietJV thbuBh''whntel8e tite i^ftoii jii" qii'eir. tioii-cpuj(L'b�:calh;d,.>miii^ be most.pferpWwolf' tO' 't?^ yim\m��iM. �f(ii!L�S|jthefHt,of the Home. The money, however, was granted to enable the Princes* of Wales to support the dig- nity of hjer tiifle. That title bad become extiiic'i, and how coiifd the grant be cofttUibed > The Chahcellor of the Exchequer repeated that the individual person was existing though the title was altereii. Sir R. Witsotr asked, why the word Qijecii should not be inserted, since it was impossiblie (o deny the circiithstance thai thie person in que�tin was Queen ? . . ./ Mr. Losiai'Ti'oToN said, that it would require a'n alteration of the name in the list of allowances, and if one alteration were adinitted, rII the rest iiiight be required to be altered ; it was better as it stood. A sura of money was voted generally to his Majtfs-ty to meet certain grants and allowances thereinafrer expressed. It would lead to girest ttnd al the same time nseTeS8liiconvenien