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British Press (Newspaper) - January 14, 1820, London, Middlesex 0^ imiojrhC 1 Number 5337. LONDON, FklDAY, JANUARY 14. 1820 Pftice 74� THBArilH.ROYAL, DRUHY-LANU. Mils EVENING, FRIDAY. J..n..ary 14, Iiis Majesly'ii Servants will pciTurm tliB Opera of THE DEVIL'S BKIDGE. Count Belino, Mr. Brahnm ; Mareelli, Mr. Harley; Bnroii Toralili, Mr. Tlioinpsoii; Filiricio, Mr. Viniiie; Petro (fir�t lime), Mr. Butler; Paulo, Mr Elliolt. CouiitL-BS {lonalvina, niifls Carfw , Claudine, Mrs. Bland; Lauretta, Mias Kelly.: In Act lU. the celebratfd Kt'rilative Hud Air, composed hi Pttesiello, for Sipiur UaTid, at .St. Carlos, Naples, will ba tun% by Mr. Bialiam. After wbicli, 17th time, an onlirely new Comic Patitomimc, ca!l.-.l JACK AND THE BF.AN STALK; Or, HARLEQUIN' AND THE OGRE. TbeO^rr, Mr. HuiU'on; Jack, Miss Pvn-ey, afirrwnrds Har-^M^niii, Mr Bolriiriia ; P.inlaloun, Mr. Harllaiid^ CIuwii, Mr. >:i)ut!iby. Jarfc'-i Mother, Mrs. Peaice; .fanetta (afterwards .Miss Tree; Ar,>a, Good Groins of the Harp, Mrs. Orucr; Nisra, Ogre's Wife nnd EviJ Genius, Mr. Me-reililli. .A gi-otcsqiie Pas Deux, by Messrs. Bblbgiia'aiid Soulbby. A Pas Seul by Miss Tiec. Boxes 7s.; Seconil Price 3s. 6.1-Pit 3s. 6.].; .Seroiid PriceSs.- Lower Grillcry 23.; Second Price li.-Upper Gal-Icrv Is.; Sec*)nrio^, who is :ip-[luinted Comptroller of the Box-Office Keceipla, the Private lioxrs and Ticket Departmeul, ns well as the general arrange, incnt of the Doors. To-inorrnw will be produced a new Comedy, in fire acts, c.illed GnlUnlry, or Advriiiures in Madrid. On Monday, the Trojedy of King: Richard the Third: Richard, Mr. Kiau. -/7/B.-J riiK-UOYAL, COVENT-GA 1'� Svr;if uHe, Mr. .lotics ; Orctniio of Epliesns, Mr. \V. Farrcn ; Diimiiii I'f Syiarnsf, Mr. Listoti; An;|;elo, ^^r. Connor; I'iMcli, Mr. Bl.inchard. Abbess, Mrs. Faucit; Ad-nini. Mis Yates; Jenny, Airs. .4 I,op. Afl'.-r which (33d time), an Imitative Burletta, in One -Act entitled, APOLLO DAGGER WOOD. Apollo Da^gerwood (son of ihe great Sylvester), with Imiiaiioos, I\lr. John Reeve. To conclude with (17lb time) an entire New, Grand, and Picturesque Christmas Pantomime, entitletl, THE FAIRY OF TFiE NORTH STAR; OR, HARLEQUIN AT LABRADOR. Pikini, King of Labrador, afterwards Pantaloon, Mr. "DAy; Dolphini, Prince of Labrador, Mr. Walbourn ; Kiojiui, a Courtier of Labrador, afterward3 Clown, Signor I'aulo; C.'rahhossini, Prime Minister (with a Son;), Mr. Siarmer; Mubert. afterwards Harlequin, Mr. W. Kirhy. Froslella, Fairy of ihc North Star, Miss E. Scolt; Labra-I'oiie, Princess of Labrador, afterwards Columbine, Miss E. Dennett. Ill the course of the Pantomime a celebrated Dance, by Iho ihive Misses Dennett. A Uurlelta, in one act, entitled Run for your Life, is in pr.paialiuii, and wilt be produced in a few days. ROYAL COnURG THEATRE, Under the Palronape of his Royal Hiffhness Prince LEOPOLD of SAXE COBURG. rpms EVENING. FRIDAY, January U, JL Ihe Performances will commence with the grand Classical Melo-drama, called THE HORATir AND CURIATH. Princip:il Characters-Messrs. Carllilch, Cooke. Gillol, Auid, Slioley, Keinhle, Bradley, Howel, Harwood, Bii;man, un, Rmdall, Bishop, Davidjje, Stebbiuff, Davis. Bryant, &;c. Mesdanies Stanley, Sniilhson, Love, Watson, Daviilgc, Holland, (;allut, &c. Monsieur and .Madame Le Clerrq. The whole tu conclude with the highly popular Burlelta, in two Acts, called 'TIS HIM ! 'TIS TIM ! Tiroolhy, Mr. Stanley ; Brauible, Mr. Davidjre; Gabble. Mr. Slebbjn^; Tommy, Mr. Harwood; Lively, Mr. 'laHol ; Ramble, Mr. Bishop; Redtail, Mr. Howell; Gie-i."!), .Mr. Caiosley. Miss Dora Bramble, Miss Watson; ( uliiiine, Mrs. Lambe. Il.xes, 48.-Upper Circle, 3s.-Pit, 2s.-Gallery, Is.- I'Duis open at Half-pnsI Five, lo commence at Half.past S.x-.S, CL,nd Price at Half-past Eight. VALUABLE PRINTS AND ORIGINAL DRAWINGS. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MR. liVANa, Ai hii House, No. 9S, Pall-mall, ou MONDAY NEXT, January 17, and Five following Diiysj & VERY Vtilual-le C.illectioi. ..I' FINE -TSL PRINTS and ORIGINAL DRAWINGS, Ihe pro-|"-rly of a dislinguiahed Amateur, cuniaiiiins a choice 8e-li-riioii of the Works of the raosl emiueiU fiugravers of all lliN- GUAGE, of a long-established Mural and Literary Characler, as may be averred from various approved Pnbli-calicms, oud respeclaUle Friends, of four-a�d.|weuty years* ^ standing, would he ;lad to eni;age with the Heads of some .Seminary of Education for either Sex, a part of his lime, left vacant by some of his late Employers rctirin; fi-om business. A line'directed lo L. V. P. at Mr. Bijs's, Bookseller, Parliament-stieel, will be respeclfully attended lo. BRITISH AND FOREIGN SCHOOL SOCIETY rH^HE COVlVlirTEE have RECEIVED � A DONATION of ONE HUNDRED POUNDS, which was remilled by post to Messrs, Barclay and Co. iu November lust without any sii;iialnre. The Cummillee haviuj; no opportunity of ascertainine � whom the Iniiilutiuu is indebted for the above tpft, like this means of relurning thanks .to the uukuowii Benefactor fur this liberal Duukut>D, wfaidi bas been paid tu Ihe Treasurer, William Allen, Ety^ Cttmberland. that the Deliveries are to commfeilfce on ud for the Twenly.fifth day of February next; ibat Proposals in writitig, sealed up and marked Tender for Army Supplies,** will be received at ibis Office ou or before Tuesday, lbs 1st day of February next (but none will be received after Twelve o'clock on that day), and if sent by post, the postage must be paid. Proposals must be made separately for each County and Island, and each Proposal' must have the Letter which is annexed lo the tender properly filled up, by two Persons of known Properly engaging to become bound with Ihe Party tendering iu Ihe amount stated in the printed particulars for the due performance of the Contract; nnd no Proposal will lie noticed uuless marie on a printed Tender, and Ihe prices expressed in words at length ; and should it so happen, that during the Couliuuatice of the Contract no Troops should be supplied by virtue of the same, Ihe amount of Ihe Stamps on the Contract and Bond, paid iu the.first luslaticeby the Contractor, shall be refunded to him. Particulais of Ihe Contracts may be had upon application at these Chambers, between the hours of Eleven and Five, and at the Ollice of Deputy Commissary Geueral Young, Edinburgh. P..S.-Samples �f the Bread and Mral may be seen at the Office between ihe Hours of Twelve aud Two. 10 1 t 10 1 Hon. dpt. Waldegrave 1 Joseph Ferni Potter and Candler W. X. M. J. W. Newson W. H. P.pys Evans and RufTy Mr. W. Hone Jiuiican Campbell H.Slausficld John Smith Thackrav and Co. I S. L Ivenl W. Hick, jun. A. A. Goldsuiid Charles Pearse J. Wifftlns. Henry Lee Henry Lee, junior 2 2 2 2 1 5 5 2 10 2 0 2 1 0 0 2 0 2 2 2 10 10 2 2 At Sir J. Wm. Lubbock nnd Co.'.s. Sir J. W. Lubbock, Bt. M P. - .10 0 Lady l^ubboek . 5 0 Dowager Lady Lnlibock ^ i) Edward Forsier, Esq. JO 0 J. A. Clarke, Esq. . JO 0 Thomas Dalioii, E-q. 5 0 Clnrles Buis.^on, Esq. 5 0 RiWiort Sullou, Esq. 10 0 R. Sutton, E�q jun. 5 0 T. Gribble, Esq. jun. 0 0 Charles Picsche;), i:-q 10 0 0 ] William Greaves, E-q. 10 0 1 D. Barclay, Esq. . 10 0 0 Tims. Roliherl.s, E.sq. 10 0 1 J Jeflrey, Esq. . 10 0 1 J. Uea;ou, Esq. - 10 0 I William Vaughau, �sq. 5 0 1 J.SIegg, Esq. - . 0 1 Jiimes Gib'ion, Esq. 5 0 0 T. F.irhy Fosler, Esq. 5 0 0 G. P. Barcliy, Esq. 5 0 1 ' J. Wooluitre, Esq. 5 0 0 ! E. Lee, E q - .50 S. I'� lining, E.(j, .50 W. Roltan, Esq . 5 0 A. p. L. Agassiz, Esq. 5 0 J. Ed-, Esinfj Ihi" Slate of the public (Vrlinj^- this dny, predict n concoarse of iiiouriiers in this closing and sorrowful -NCene. such as perliaf.s has never before jointxl in paying post-luiinuus honours in this country, lo worth or greatness. 'I'lic display of external msmoriuls will correspond wilh what is felt on this sad, awful, and impressive occa.sion. Tlie lollowing is the form in which her Excellency's remains were disposed of yesterday. The cuiKii which contains the body was placed in the crtitre of the Chapel; the exterior is of oak, studded with gilt nail?; the interior lead. It bcais the following in-'cripiion : - " Fratices-Thoisasine Cnuoless Talbot-Born on the 2d of April, 1778-died the 30ih of December, 1819." Over the coflin was placed a covering of crimson velvet, beating a black cu>bioii, on which rested a coronet. The head of the coffin was in contact wilh a black velvet screen, raised perpendicularly, and bearing the escntcheohs, with the arms quarterly-Talbot and Chetwyuil impaling Lambert. Four standards, with mourning decorations, were placed, one at each corner of the bier, which �up-ported the body, and which was also enclosed by black silk ropes, drawn horizontally, to prevent too near an approach of spectators. The Vice-Regal pew in the gallery, and the cor-respoiidi^ig one at ihe opposite side, were hung willi black cloth, the former decorated with the family arms, as alteady noticed ; the pulpit was also hung with black cloth. U'iih the whole arrangements such embletns of death were connected as could best udd to the solemnity of the ceremony, and strike ilip observer wilh such reflections ;is may fit him for that state to which this lamented Lady has been transferred. The melancholy procession moved to the water bide this day in the following order : - Dragoons. HEARSE. Carriagrs of ihe Household. The Lord Mayor. Great Officers of'State. Peers and Peeresses. Privy Counsellors. And other Cairiag's in succession. The cariidges wpre extremely numerous, amounting to some hundreds. The streets were lined by the military, the shops were shut, and tivery demonstration of respect auil regret bus been inauilcstcd upon tliis iuiuentable occasion. Amongst the latest arrivalii' at'Ryland's flotel are-Visconnt and Viscountess GortnausUin, Hon. Arihur unci iVjis� .Pfeston, Hon. Aftlmr S^uthw*-!! and suite, from Eiigluud. ;, On Tuesd.iy morning Id^tj i^ie "l^ Eniiis- killen left Florence-court for Haz�lwood, the seat of bis broiherii�-l�w, Owen Wynne, Esq. The EatI of Farnham is rapidly recovering From the effi-cls of his late severe fall. The l�ih Royal Veterans, Hraouiiting to 1,100, were iiispecled by iVIajorGeiieral Gordon, at Fer-inoy, on Sunday, when a selection of 100, being beyond the complement, were put aside to be discharged. Colonel Hooper, late of the 87th regi-tnent, coiDmands thfe battalion, which it is thought wiilahartly proceed for, Eny;Und. OBNBRAL D'EVEREUX'S LEGION. The American sloop liandulph, Cupt. Stephens, has been captured uiX iVlargaritta, by a pirate. His crew and piissengcrs were sent to Puerto Cabello. This vessfl, it seems, had beeu employed previously ill tr.insporiing a number of British troops from llie island of \largaritta to the Spanish Vlain, whiclj had arrived out fwinr Dublin. fnrwLig pari of the Legion^f General D'Evereux.-/'t'orA: Mercantile L'^raniele.J CLONUEL, ik*. 5. On Monday evening last Mr. John Thompsmi, Coroner, held an inquest on the body of Philip Ryan, which was found in the river Suir on the ' above day. Patrick Uaniel, servant to iVlrs. Kennedy, of Grenane, county Waterford side of the river, opposite the House of [ndustry. being sworn, deposed in substance as follows:-On Friday, the 3l8t December, Mrs. Kennedy having been win-nowintaur settlers.^ In tlie year iSl4 tiiat elegant little town contained 379 bouses, inhabited by 9,907 persons, of whom 996 were male*, and 1,311 feinales. Many of these profess liw Romaa Catholic religion-though the selilemeHt formed hf William Brownlow,- E�q. at Doncuran and Balle-iiemoney was exclusively Protestant, insomuch^ that of the 57 families whidi he located on hii estate, not a single one was Irish. In 1731 Ihe entire pojialaliounf Ireland amounted to 2,010,291 persons, of whom 700,453 were Protestants, and 1,309,768 KemnnCai holies.- it appears, therefure, that iu the wh�>k Itingdoin, the excess of the latter aba*e tlie^ former, uiuuunled only lo609,315. At this period. Ulster contsineif 360,634 Protestants, and 153,028 Rmuaii Callio-lics ||. In the year I75'3, the whole population had increased to 2,317.584.** We are confident that at present there are above six idiIIiohs of inhabitants in this island. The Proieslauta, however, have not increased in the same ratio with the Roman Caihohcs, whose numbers are augmented, not merely by hundreds of thousands, but by millions. To what causes are we to attribute this disparity in the respective increase of numbers in these two religious communities, which flourish in the same country, and under the same government i- Are the Roman Catholic clergy more uclive and persevering iu ihe performance of their duty, than those of the differtnt Protestant communions, in Ireland ? Or do the Catholic laity form matriiiia-nial engagements with less hesitation or more early in life-trusting that a|beneficent Deity will afford them the means of providing for their issue ? Or have the emigrants lo America been chiefly Protestants? Or have the penal laws uperuird as a bond of union, amongst the people against whom they were enacted ? Have they not diffused through the whole body a spirit of unanimity, and induced them to adhere more steadily lo the religion for which they have suffered so much, and to the country which bus so long witnessed their endurance ^ It cannot suiely be presumed that the Roman Catholics pay more respect than the ProlesliJTirs^o the primary commandinent, " Increase and multiply." 'i'hesejire curious questions, which we would wi�b to see discussed by some writer more able than we are to do justice to so inlrii-ate a subject. . Notwithstanding the vast increase �u ibe population of ttiis kingdom during the last two centuries, some of our towns have fallen into dei'ay, and of others 110 traces can now be found. InShe barony of i\Jagherastephan, in the county of Fermanagh, theie was a pofiuious town or village, called G^^la, or Gola, situated near the eastern side of Lough Erne. Here also was a monastery of Dominican Friars, of no small extent, founded by the ancient and princely Sept of Mac iManus.or Mac Maguus-ff, a branch of the regal lumily of the Magiiires. At present we fear it would be almost as difficult to find the site of this ancient town, as to discover the tomb of Priaiu, or the bed-charabtr of Semi-rainis. J .See Pinnar's Survey. ^ This appears from a census made A.D. 1S14, pursuant lo Aft *�r P.irliaineni. II Hih Doui p.-28. � Hih. Doni. p. l.i. ft Vide All.mand, p. 223-O'Heyne, p. 4-Echard, tome 2, p. 13-Hib. Don), p. 331. MR. WALTER COX. [Frsm The Newry Telegraph.^ In October, 1756, Luuncelot Watson, High Constable nf Newry, made a census of that portion of the town which is situated in the county of Down, aii'l found the number of inhabitants to be 3,679. Of these, 2,430 were Piotestants, and 1,249 "fi'' Roman Catholics. We extract the account of this census, from a register of the proceedings of the Manor Court of Newry, commencing the 37th of October, I7I!), and the Seneschals.hip of Han? Hamilton, E�q. and terminating the 30Ui of April, I765, when George Anderson, Esq. was Deputy Seneschal. At present, that district of Newry, which lies in the county of Down side of the river, contains above 11,000 persons-and of these a great majority profess the Iluinuii Catholic religion. Statistical wri'.ers ougiu to investigate the causes which have produced so iniiked a change in so short a period. At that period, the population of th?it part of Newry whicii is sitnaieif in the county of Aimagb, was so tiivial, that It appears not to have been deemed worthy of a census, by Mr. L. Watson.- At present it coolains (mcluriing Ballybot) 392 houses, inhabited by -2.^70 persons, of whom 1,060 are maUs, 1,2 10 females.* On the 8lh of .4ni;�st, I6C4, the citizens of �Dublin " were numbered, aud found to be-of Protestants, a,565 m-n, and .2,930 woiBen--j)f il-man Catholics, l,'i02 men, awd 1,406 women," in alt 8,103 full grown per�ous;f Wha^ a prodigious change hai; takea place in the capital of �  As per census talicn in the year 1814, purMaut to Act of J'arliau)ent. . " t We extract ibis ccnsas from the Qesta Hibernoram, page 181.  " [From Carricli's cnul}linj Morning Pml.] A correspondent has sent us (lie foiliaving curious extracts of letters from Mr. Walter Cox. It appears bv the latier, that he is about to return to Ireland! " Uuehec, Ijjwrr Canada, Octoher 12, 1819. " My DeaE Clare-1 arrived in lhi� cily a few days mice, having fled from the yrlloiv fevr-i. which rages in New York; half of the inhabiianis had deserted that ill-fated town, before my pecuniary circumstances enabled me to shew to my friend* it was not temeriiy so moch as necessity, that made me so apparenily coura^eons, us-^ to dely an eHeniy who jiays no re>pecl to courajfe nor lu cowardice, lo age, ynntli, or to sex. " 1 have, thank God ! escaped the unspuiing tind remorseless yellow fever, but at so heavy an expense, my condition is suiiiething similar to lU* provident man, who on an alarm of hre, flung n valuable looking-ijlass on the pavement, to save it from the fl.imes; the costs of my excmsions, of my fears, will amount to 200 tlullars, as the di'.liiini' is at least 520 milea, and the jouri.ry principal'.v ill sieam-boats, on the Hudson, Luke Cnaiuplum, and the majestic St. Lawrence, " I actually write this ou the celebrated plains of Abraham, and to {^ive adequate importance tii my most important communication, on the very sfiot wliere WoMe expired. You agtiiu perceive, though pressed ilown by want of means, and angry to be separated from my dear country, and social society, so peculiar to Ireland, that notions of grandeur prevail over my sense of adversity, sharp and gloomy as it is. . " Quebec is further illustrated by the deaths of Montculms, of Montgomery, and the Duke of Richmond, a recent circumstance, of which you must have heard before this can reach Ireland.- His Grace was greatly admired in this proviucf, and is very seriously lamented, for, to the credit of Etigland, she is kiud and indulgent, aud understood to be 10 ill her Colonies, of which no ationgrr proof can be exhibited, than from the attachment this Gatholic people evinced, by rejecting the introduction of that' blaftphemouB philotopby nhich their couutrymen Daittonand Bristot us�d tn d�iiir. laliijg France, and le�e|liiig its .altars,; for no pen. pie are more religioiit, ())0^e indnstrmu'*,, or more hospitable than the Caiiadiaqs.hieioK strict iiithi^ir notion! of moral and ndercantite principle, itie very ;