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British Press (Newspaper) - July 4, 1820, London, Middlesex THIS EV?Nl^Gi^TU1E?#l�y^>rd;i^:4iwUl' In which Mailameif.W^pqiiR ?Jon�W,j ffPn^jhei PBer� And nn Ssfnrdity liic 8th, find timc.^ ^letr b�llet,entitled. IHI|5i EVEJUTNG; TtlESttAV; July 4. hw � ''''' KING LEAR. " King I>�r,^ WriKeanV Dnk^df Biik^^andy; MrVSCKenn; Duke of Coriiwall, -Mr. Penley  -Onke of Alhanjr,^. Mr T Dan Gio�anni,^ia�l�t?^..-towcr Galley 2..; Se�orid Price U.-rtJpF'G�>-|cryl�.; Secoaa^Pric'eeJ-. - . . FOR THE^bewfitt 6^ MR. BRANDON, ' V Boit-'BnOk aiid Hoiisekp^urr. TH EAirftE'-noyALj covent-garden . rpHlS 1'HPSEIST TUESDAY. July 4, JL wiH be' pprformed the- miwiciil Drama �f GU.V WANNERING;, r .ORoii,.,Mr.; Liiton ; DBtictie Dinmpni, Mr. Etnery, Lncy Brrtram, Mias ISiephena, who, in act III. -in introduce the faWnrile balUA of "Donald;' 'eRvt'-T. COQlRtB^^&jjeclfoM^Bn �� it wliich ihts uti|e6r (leMrved, and con- ^j*i� >CONC!Kl^tJiit-^he *Aiity�l^ Rijrtm.,; will laltei cliWed fbjr'v moving^�thirt-^e**iR�!t**�** K�>uld be ;ir>hi?riJ.BsDA1feNEXT,>ihe;l:ltlii>f Jiily..^ T^^ LTmtedi-*Ord�edi^'^ vr-'VA&iVs?^^ piSte ohiTrafiSDAIfiJiNEXT,: Ihe ;lllliC�f July., To coini. ;n^i^,Sl$^i|iblvqI!CI�wtE^;i^ lO^JStL^eiKb, lo .hr ImmI^ milted;  'GtJlLDHALt,:i.7ir�( Redrawn. CARRGLL, Contractor, ,19, Pornhill, and 90, Oxford-8trrel, Luiidoti, where IVac-ranted ITHdrawii ^Tiikrtt and Shares are Sellioc; also at all hi* Agents in the Country, tARROLi;'Sha^ea and the last few Rrnnlhn- Lord EliliEi^ttOtifeiH^^ifri^ tiittf Sewtioh. ;T|(i�ij^Je duly U|ion manM/iicfiirtftf; tiiiilier VtbjiuJVHi^ timber unwroutfht aiid in the 7tfgf, ifJMe*a* convinced there^ .vr,a� [ no;.' daugej: to. be =; i�prehended from hH^Baltic triii4)(^r,'lhey cnitld^ltii^: the ^iitiea on it. the |it�j)te of. Stindeii|tnd, A'?*' �liaciM tiiaii imd'iietttiinied %iiiKyV^itV^4Vit:i^tjau in f^ct^"'iiofc enter d not see iiuy of h-Adjoiirned. thiif^EIoiiae'would Ue sav^d the truubti:lif diw;iiHiotI (Ctirtiii) having !�tated: thiit there, vfere lio tropp� ra the C�ty ooiFifiday^liefelt^it to>behii-dnty ti>deny^adpavwereiaiatJonVd>in Hiittoii> gardeni.iiud.�>ot ^ only tbat, hat: one of ilteinwh*�l bronght a note!to the iiord Mayor ifrGuildh^tti dbd nig LotrdaKiiHiad afterwarda ackna^tedgiiidibat be had jient for those itroofia. Of wint uae. tttey coold be itwa* iihitoKvible to say, a�^tfie fiall wi^ one tlie ihnat - nnanimmiv' in a^gHfement perlmiTr ever held there, and therefore leiii. thaii nny other likely, toi cominit dialurbancea which would require the interference of the nulitary.. ': , The Billwaa theii reiiH a second time, andofder� ed to be committed on Tharadaynext. . Lord LoWTHER held in biaThund a Petition mhichiiad been printed by order of theijooiiei cou': Oajrlbi^ p Conimitiee of ^^he Ho'aae.oa theKiagV 'W)e Order having been-rfeid, thd ^}��k \ Lord CASThsnsAGa in Mllinft the attention of ihe House to hui MajeMtyV liiimt sfraciorts Metaw^^; i*air very happy .ta^i>e'.'�t>abled to Mffjt>>�iii� �''.' Committee, thkfeiliiiTrVfiliit-which he meant ti> |n'.>-poae in coriaeqiiepce^f.jthi! recomioeiidattoii r.-c-iHttied therein, 1�velt;th liomher, were sucli a* wt-r-tikety to obtuiiti'tinauiinon�iac6 hi* Mhjmij'.i Uoyal K"-then and.Si�ter�i.BUtl:Certnin iiiilividuxls cniiueuleit with the Royal Hnoieholdi during Ute reitrp, in precisely the ssnte'-Mtoalinn in which ihVy noml before the demise of hti late Majejiy. No nddiijon wlwlHvet to the income �f hi� ftj�jc�tj'ii illnsinotM relativey -was CoinprHed in ltir.�e pri>|>iisilion>t. C^Ftaiply he had iiu heidlutinii iu sayini;, iltut uiit'rrstje(:lfuiiVinformed that i THISfHEATRE will.OPEN-bn MONDAY R the tOih Instant, wMrnTnvourite Comedy, and a"new Farce, called OIL AND yiNEGAR, and other Entertainment*. � Places to be taken of J/iti MassiHJ;bara,at the. Theatre. , T THEATRE-ROYAL, ENGUSli OPERA-BQUSE, "."STRAND," . HIS EVENING, TUESDAY. Jnly 4, will he perforineil, the popular Oprra called IN^CLE AND YARiCa laKTe, Mr. RowBSMia'm'; Si^'ChriSttfpBei' Cirry,' Mrt Bart: ley; Canlain Campleyi Mr. Broadhnrst; Trudee.-IHr.'Har-ley. Yarico, Misa Kelly; Narrissn, Miss Carew; Patty, Miss T. Stevenson; Wow8ki,MifsLpve. After the Opera a Pa', by Miss Worgmaii,from the Theatres Royal Covent^gardeu and Bath. To conclude wiih,5tb timei vi entirely new Comic Operetta, .| � � calleil � THE PROMISSORY NOTE. Mr. Markhjin, Mr. Wrench; Mr. Scamper, MnPearmaii* Nicks, Mr. Sailer. MrB..Markham,',Mrs. W.S. Chalteriey; Caroline, Miss Carew; Cicely,Miu Kelly.. . ThejEpacioiiR Saloon has he^oragain-tastefully fitted np with a new. deiugn,'.representing an'.Illuminated Oriental Garden, and will be opened as usual at'�i(;)il,o'CiocICi for the admittance of the Second Price, which'coinnienccs at Nine; , ' � Doors open at Half-past Six^ and the Perfovmaace to be^ gin at Seven... To-morrow, ;Tiie:B�ordi.n|;-Hp\ise, with the Promissory Note, and a popuiarjEpferlainmeul.. SPLENDID LIBRARY. TO BE SOLD BY AOCFION, By Mr. EVAN.S, .. ; , � At his Himse, No. 96, Pall-mall, TO-MORROVy, WED-NESDAY, July 5, and Eiftht following Days (Siiuday excepted), THE Spleitdid and ValnuWe LIRRARY of a Geritlma'n' retiriiii; into the rouhtry, inrlnding Boydell's Collertiua of Priiils, 4 vols.; HouKhlon Gallery, 2 vols.; GaUrie de Florence ;.Galerie dii-PaUis RiiyaULe Brun, Galerie des Peititres,,l;lamands, 3 vols ;lEiirlom's Liber Verilatia;.Goueh'B...^epulchral ,Mounipenti,4 vol>.; Holbeiu's Heads;, HouhrakenyHeadsij PicarlV Religions Ceremonieis^ l.irge paper; all (be' Pi'eiuresqiif! Voyages; Dart's WeslmiUsler and Canterbory, 3' vol*, laree paper ; Mannius's-Surrey, 3 Tols;,large paper; Grose's Antiquities, 13 vols.; Lenin's .Birds, 6 vols, with oi:iffioiil drawil)^8;' Slrull'B various Workfi; Archxpl,iii;|a, 19 v�l>. Vussia; Thane'.t Aiil'ogrnphs, 3 vols.'; Ciirtis'sBotany, 39 vols. mo. rocco; �6Id.Pl8'y*i^&c.;&c. HOMAS AND, RIGHARD ABBOTTS. TcspKCifutly,; invite their.,:numeroas't:ust9niei'ii,...t)ie N.obilit.y, Gentry, an4 Buyers of line Wiiies and Spirits in general, to" their Coiicerns, No. 10, Skiiiner-'sireei', aad 340, Oxfoi-a-sfi'eet,': !L)ndonV IJiey will b^ve, the oppurtiiiiity of viewing 'an�ine.,^,...................... Full-b.ndied high'-fiayoured,D>ilo....... Old Lisbiiu.............. tllii Sherry (Pale>ni Brown), Very line BucetUs..'^.. Rich Mountain ................ Old Wcot India Madeira ....... Ditto,direct Ditto...................... Ditto, Vidonia ditto...................... Claret, first growth, Chateau Alargott.'...... Ditto, second growth ...............;.  .j> Cape While Wine.....i....^....... Onto superior Madeira.........: Red Ponlac Dillo (exccllei>0., Crusted Port Wiiies, from Tlirrk'io Seven Years in buttle, ol all llieifavourite Bbiii' Releiro,'Roriz', and afl other first' rate Flavours. �  All Wines and Spirits d:'lirered,/rre of expense, within Ten Mile* oflhe City of London, anil; of ex-pence. Old Port, 1q6{. per pipe; Sherry, 98/.;:Madeiraj 95/.; Cape>30/. and upwards. ^ ' Per gill. . Cordial Gin......................'.. 9s.^6d. Jamaica Kiim...iVt.^.^v. i.'^t .y; ' 14s,>0d. '. Cogoiac BrBudy.�..i................. 96s. Od. AGENTS NEAR LONDON? WoalwJeh^Mr..W(n. Ausfiu;, Gneowieh-."Hr.J.T.^i)*: FQR.THfi'GROWTH OF THE HAIR, Recommended by.Yhe late Dr. Hunter and other eminent Physicians. DDSON AND CO.VJPANY respertfolly --, � infornivihe Puhlir, that having had continual objections to the foreign name of " HUILE DIVINE," Ihef' have,, a(:the�suggestion of uomerona.Friends, adopted that of � BOTANIC OH.," as more appropriate, it being made from a manuscript recipe of Cnl|ieper, Ihe celebrated Eng. lish Botanist. Where the iHairlias fallen oflT from illness, perspiration, change, of climate,. &c. the Botanic Oil will infallibly re. store Jt... In ordinary cases, a 7x. 6^lreet4 Mr. Rigge,65, Cbeapside; and h'y Hiiair separately to this kiibjedij, add he bad iiuiapui)t5b|iil;. their Lordships jwoiild agree toort on this Bill, which, together with the aniendments, was agreed to, and the Bill ordered ro be engrossed. The CBANOELLOm of the EscREQirEa'brought in the EzcbeqneT'Bills Bill,'which was read a first time. EAST INDIA COMPANY VOLUNTEER'S BILL. IVlr; Canning move^ the.?Ofder for the second reading of "this Bill, jbat,-as.ll^siK'islied to save the time of the House, he woufi'i^tate: that it was his intention in the Coinmittee tathwr for one oflhe clauses respecting the mode of payment of the corps, to be strnck out; and in case he failed of obtaining that object, he intimated that in nil probability the Bill would be pressed thVough no more of it* stages. Mr. Beunal could not see any cause for intro. ducing this Bill. He wished the Right Hon. Gentleman to state soiiiie of the reasons wliich had ia> duced the India Company to apply for the application of such a measure. Mr. Canning said, that the raising of the corps was not a new project, as it�-long^^ �iicaiMtanC�^^^ wgot Ahe liiiancial sitna- He could not, but dreiid ,lbe cnnseqiiences which must result froni(iufteringthe'iiiJliut:nce of the civil power vWiolly lb detay, and substituliog that of the military.'wiiich iiow'ulmost entirety 'superseded it. Sir W.':CuftTi5 had heiird of n'n'trobps being in thecity; he had walked throiigh the city on Friday last, aiitj he had seen none. 'He could not believe that aity troops-had been (;alied intu>the city. Mr. Hume suggested that the Hon. Baronet , might have slept siiice that day, and forgotten the circuniKtances. The troops to iyliich he had ulludeii were certaiiUy in the cityi aiid were placed some in I Huiburn and some in Hatton-garden. � Mr, CfiSEyEY wished, to mu,ke u few remarks on the Bill; but as the Right' HoiuGentleinan was '�� anxiouii^ bti; behalf of li% Ho.usei^ avoid present discussioiiv he would reserve ihem^ the Committee, in which he understoi>d>the'Riglii,Hoii^^^^ mail vtatnfimatethat thb!i^' fro*' fthie ;H*B^'�bie MeiBfeerKftfriGaKn^�le,%*tetl�r'be-meiiHt't^ House upon the subject of that PeilUion, iir be thought it very hard, and quite improper, thftt hi* (Lord Lowtlier's) friends should be .kept any longer iu a jitateof such suspense. -Mr. Jambs said, that he meant to bring the sbb-ject of the Petition before the House''early in next Session, at which time he inteiided to move, that the three magistrates implicated by the pioyer of the Petition should be brought to the bar of the House, because they had at the election called out troops, under pretence of quelling a liol, when, in fact, there was no disorder whatever; and their conduct had been so atrocious, that he did not think it would be right to pans it over.^ Lord L�>m'THBa believed that there was bo foundation for the alleged charges. He objected to so much delay.. If the Honourable Member could not bring the matter forward sooner, he would, before the alose of the Session, do it himself. AMELIORATION OF THE CRIMINAL CODE. Sir J. Mackintosh brought up the Reports of Ihe following Bills :-Privately Stealing in Shops Bill,Capital Felonies Repeal Bill, and O.pital Felonies Commutation of Punishments Bill. The lattor was re-committed, and an amendment added. The Bills were then ordered to be engrosietl, and read the third time to-morrow, if then engrossed. Mr. WiLBEaroacE moved for various returns connected with the Customs of fhe West Indian istunds, including the number of negro children apprenticed since the abolition of the Slave Trade. MALICIOUS INJURIES BILL. The House went into a Committee on this Bill. The Report was ordered to be received tu-morrow, NEW SOUTH WALES DUTIES BILL. Mr. GouLBiJRN nioved the third reading of this m. . ��- Mr. G. Bennett made some observations on the state of the colony, the necessity of altering the treatment of felons, and 'the advantages likely to result from encouraging colonization to this seitle-inrnt instead of Canada. Mr, Harbokd said a few words. Sir J. YoRKE bad always understood that Bo. tany Bay was intended to be a colony to whicli ibis country might transfer all its thieves and vagabonds. He did not kpow what was meant by comparing it to America, as one of the speakers had done. Though, of America itself, a powerful writer had observed, when pointing out its present advantages and power, " the Adam and Eve of this paradise came out of Newgate." Why not the same thing happen to New. Sotith Wales ? It might become in time a great nation, and possess a virtuous and numerous population. He protested, however, against any other understanding with respect to the colony at present than that of its being a receptacle for felons; nor ought it to be spoken of as a mighty empire, against tvhich they would have shortly to turn out and fight. He thought the advantages of the 5,000 who hud gone out to the Cape of Good Hope were overrated. Their lands-were not all fertility and spontaneous produce; there was a little sand and a little rock to cope with : the pigs there did not run about with kiiives and forks stuck in their backs, ready to be eaten.-[Laughter.) Mr. Harvobd said, that from Algoa Bay to the Fish River there could be no land more fertile. Mr. GonLBDRN made a few observations iii defence of the regulations of the Colony. After some further conversation between Mr. Mr. Goulburn, Mr. VVilberforce, Mr. Buxton, Sir I. Coffin, and Mr. Bennett, the.Bill was read the third time and passed. A message from the Lords announced that their Lordships had agreed to the Exchequer Bills Bill and- others. IRISH SPIRITS. Mr. M. Fitzgerald said, that it had been hi* intention to submit a motion this evening for a Committee of the whole House on the Excise and Spirits Acts, but in consequence of a communication he had with the Right Hon. Gentleman opposite, he was induced to postpone it tilt to-morrow. He agreed, however, to this arrangement, in the hope that such. precedence would ba given to his motion over other business as would secure, the ineaus of that full discossioiiwhich the importance of the sub- ject required.  The Hon. Gentleman then gave notice of his bring forward the subject I'iiie'ieor^'V'''____ notjtftaAedinin'^iitJtol^l^ heHbiij?Weinberand to-morrow.  Lord A. HAUiLTONmadesomeobservations, but ibe noise in the House rendered them inaudible in the gallery. The Chancbllob of ExcHEttC.ERsaid,- that as far aftdepended oil him, the luiitiuu should certainly have the priority desired by tlie Hon^'Geiitle-maii. He hail himself a proposition prepared on the subject, which he would introduce to the notice of-the House to-morrotr.: After a few wotda from.Mr.Dbwis Browne and Mr. J. SiiitHj the notice was postponed till to-morrow. KING'S HEiSSAGE. Lord CastIiErbaqh moved theOrder �r the ridti'-Tbfthis'cburitry different from what it was, his ftjaje�ty-*�*ild have felt it right to rrcnrniiieiid aji extension of inccimejo one or two. branches of t)iy lliis cniitraciionnf tlieir circuiu>laiices, while they at the same liine inii^r. admire the prudent and moderate spirit ili.'iplayed ui their domestic economy and arrjiigenieiits mul siy.K of living.-(Cries i>f JJeitr, hear, liear.j - Another branch oflhe Uoyal Fiiinily, whose miia-lioii he had been cuminainled by iMnjcsly lo iii>-lice to the House, was llie Ducliess ol Knit and liri-iiifant daughter. But ijie same coiiMderutiuii lie had already explained operated with liis lMu-j'ea'y not to make any specific recomineiniaiiun iviili regard tn tiiese Royal individuals at The present time. No inconvenience revolted from the want of a regular ullo�ance lu the Hoyal infdiii, iircaiise Prince Leopold had generously taken on hi*.i! defray the charges of lier eilocjlioii -(/ff/jeii/crf c/ieerj)-^without, however, b-jrring any rissary to avail herself uf (lie liberality of her brother, in consequence of the limitation of her own income, her dower under her former marriage having lapsed. It was further proposed to renew the pecuniary grants to the amount of 24,000/. enjoyed by venous persons forming -a par'. �f the Ruyut Household, or liaving allowances on the privy purse previous to the demise of liis late Majesty. It was not bis intention In move lhat lliesR slioiiUi be voted tins niglii, but he &liuuUI explain them now, and move tlie vnies in the Committee of Supply on Wednesday. Tlie House had been apprised tliat 24,000/. would be the sum required for making lliese jirovisions. New estimates had been laid on lh.i table of tlies� claims, which wou,ld lolly enable the House to loine to the consideratiim of the subject on Wediieaday. It was only now necessary to describe.llie heads of the charges. The House was aware llwt it was not usual to make provisions at the commencement of a new reign for tlie ptrsoiu in tlie seivice of the late Sovereign. But this was different from an ordinary case, because his present Majesty had formed iiis eslablishnieiit a considerable number uf ^ears before the demise of the l.ite King, ayd therefore wa.s not in a situation to take the servants of his Ule Majesty.into his service. Of the 24,000/. rtquired 9,300/. wus to provide for iiidividuajj who had been actually in the service of'his late Majesty at his demise. For servants in the lateQneeu's hou-ehold 4,500/. wnsthesum necessary. The Committee would ulsu be called on to renew, their allowances to certain persons, to the amount of 10,300/. whose services had entitled t.liein to be settled on, the Privy Purse during the laie reign. Of the�e pensions, about 8,000/. had been granted by liis laie Majesty himself, and ),800/. by the lute Queen, during the time that she had the adminisiralion of the Privy Purse. He was sure the Hnuse, would acknowledge the justice of these claims, and he thought that under the special circumstances of the case, the admission of them by Partiaiiuot: would form, no precedent. The Noble Lurd llieu moved- That it be the opinion of the Committee, that his Majesty he en His Right Hon. Friend {Mr. Tierney) had drawn his alteulioii to the same subject. .The Noble Lord's reply always was, that the proper time for bringing the subject before the House, was, when he came down with u proposition reiativi? to the grants for other .branches of the Royal Fauiily.-/"Hear, hear, hei^r.J- He hoped be had ni^ misuuderstood the answers; lhat certainly had bse'n his impression, and he. be-Iteved that-of the-Hpuse lespectiiig them. But now the House found tl^at the Noble Lord came down with a recommeudatioa for a reuewut uf their ;