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British Press (Newspaper) - July 22, 1820, London, Middlesex THIS �E^^NtNG,':^aMfRT)l AY';-Jiily^:S2i, End of lie i5r�t Act*" *,Nf,�'jT>iv?Hi�rineiiJ,i sn^jl'd .  AftWViip'ldtp?r(i, the favnnntp Biiilpt of .. ., npHiS;E^�NrUir�,:^ATURDAYj July 22, T^Hfi jBEGGftR'S OPERA. lieath, Mrtt^........----- P�arhir�Kj'M�l-rt!sfreV4'rtny;'M1�'�tl/>e.fh .l,$>i^ned'at:iStXvQ'Cl9ckinn4 ibe^Perfqrjn-''^ )?i:\im 4�r,�!i,e gpjse*Vto^e.taken-of >lr,5jla�iiii)gb�in-,:at^ tJip Tl'iraire." , ' � � .' � . Oii,MqnM>,:PrafiTrnan; Coi-vinii,' Mr. Hariey. I'FiiicV^KCb-meiilliif-, ftljn; Kelly ; Diichess of Makilua, Mrs. � AV. S;^Ml?At�lr wiU.beJield-oil SATDRbAV; l�ie*l2fb*dAy ftf Aucusi itexi, at Ele�en o'clock in_tl)e_FvxenQoii.,al the Crown and An-ch�r^avern;-itrthe Stirand;iTi iUp CSiinty brMiddl'csrxTfop ;tlie purpose of taking iufo considuration Hie Propriety of . Culifiruiing a Call npoo the Shares 'of'the laul New Capital. By Order oftbi; Conrt.of.Dirfetoiis,, ' .'1 V 'J-. PEDDEIVSrtrplary. N.B.-The Chair will-he 4ttken.-at Twt-lre o'CI.kIj pr�.. / QUEEN'S JOURNAL, , inrn^E reWBHted ilOtlRNSIL .vf VhrQUEEN'S- �; Jfc .TOUa;,�DppWi(lli?iOby h��elf,'will he re- ' ;PjibUal^d,�|ritb:A|^notajian8,e.aiJyjUeKl .IVrek.' . , , i TALES IN'THE FRENCH LANdt^.iCE are published, by Baldwin, Crndock,'and Joy, .' � : ' jLi l)isloire Religicnie et Morale; par Madame D-. , 'IZmo,: |>n� -_--_:-,--'-^- - THE NEXT of KIN {if. any) of J AMES CLARKE, lale a Seaman bclongini^ ,lo the Merchant Ship Adveiilure, deceased,'hy applying to Mr. Owen.No. 3^ �'Bell-yard, Doctors' .Commons,'may hear of someitidii; to ;iheir advantaije. ' LM-MEDIATE XO.MMAND OF CAiiH TO .4nY  .. ; . � :ti"b'n 'of properi'y, plaU; jewels, linen, hosiery, I pod. woolJen.^otfds, and far any length tifliniei with secresv. | '. A.p.ply^tir�onally,, or by letl�:r, post pjid.. . i Adhere tiie bilU of Country'Bankers, drawn upon London,. i�re:nt ton? dates, their part rash, Mid a *)ill upon London, Bt,?,h"r,* daltj. (or.4|l)e jbsJance will 4ie given.-Cqiistuul at-i iendaiice. lii'incipnl: fvidebce wat Thimtit{^a%efiy�a;�ecomk l>Vice, who Uv^i�edjnfq'rint�.;ulj�y^ arreVled at VValerf"f�J'^.f, ^I'l^jij^jif, 1 r�, j �, ' I . .-. . � ... , , ...ti 'I-. -,.1; ��. . MAST INDIA OOJ&kERCE. _ f be fplIoj�iii{c is ,tiv6/iiihrt�ii|^,|pf;. i;wt>;d.rt�jIH : t� which haye|it�t. beea-W^,*^ PMrli.?-. ineiii.'rf^lative fb''oot'coniWrceV(tK |t>Hi�: -The' fimit.' ' Aira(?oecifyr iiigilii; (loaiitity and �!i!i)e of j^l{j|^j-p[r,ii^i;iji>tl a^^ iin|)orie(l, ami ^taring the ihipOctf by the Enst In-. pia Cbii!'|.i'iiry,'ifis'iiict Slid sep^if^t^ from the free '^jtpoi^^jd; frpm, .GiCtiat, Brlliiiii lmlhr^�Mt (uiJbc9;i�Hi(L'i at'ficlts pxp .7,855^,12 0 0 Free trade, including the privilege trad� "'5,703,918 0 0 Total...........> lV&e,S24 .0 0 In the yenr ending lhe 5lh Jan. IBIS :- ' By Ihe East Indii Company .......... 7,361,802 Free traile, iucludjng lhe privilege Uadq . 5,097,748 Total..-..-......., 18,459,550 0 0 Iti'ELAND. ninu (>(invjH'i^fflii](io3'f^^^daiO.^!a(irea.o'f: laind;' ysirliilV pdrt/, uy-,a,ojl*>J!n,.,-whiclj w^l|.�horlty'expire.,,  , � I Vi.r TiSr&e;rM'i�rli^i(la'rs aoBly to Mr.'Wakefield, .Ko. 42,1 Piti.raafR oVai-Sa'rr.iJiiaX^. . ' " .  '� I . 1. >� ��.'�1 li' i .  ^ : - ' �.:.Br'Mir.-WAKEFIELD, A*. narT�wai'sGo''''�'lH.'">�p.''Gl>anee;allev, on MONDAY, , . (lieSystJjilyj flTwfJv.eo'Clock, A MOST- ELIGIHLE ESTATE for, IN- J\ VESrMENT^.near Ross in, Herefordshire, viz. the Mfiiior or'rrptrte"d'Mah(�riSf'Ui�(nn Cbilrt.'VoSrllirr Willi the sev.-raf F*ri>K'of Uptoii -Ceilft; AVhittock's End,-BiiHbck's Knri, Huil Gatromb, being laiid.uf liie flrst rale-4|nntityi ly-^ iiisr le,teii4iil�|fyr,nji. of l,lobJ. a'-yeai;."T|ie.wIiole fortning a property nidsl iletifirMe fur'frH'rtees'j Irtr-periiOUSilesiroda of making a'gtiod J luve?linent in Land. ' Pur pariiriilafa ap]tlv to.Mr. Cooke,Solicitor, Ross; ,RI;r. ^Vnl:.'field. No. l42^,. Pal'l-mall; Messr;>. . j^racs 'a"nd.Stlby, .So'ltr'iiiirs Siirrey-at'reet, Sirand; or at Garra'way'a. W ra^OLD BY AtJcttON,  � ' ' 'B^'MR; WAXEFIELD, . ; ' At Gairaway's, onJltONDAjYi, Jidy 31,'at'Twelve o'clock, elleiii ^i�lnl,'ili'the higlie**atal*of ciiliirtliftn; ' This Properly isfitoaled'OWlheHrigli'roaJ from'iBucnUam to South- i�inB!er,-ij.ftlry^, aiid has b^p IpPKiM'e Ml'mii'niibii of atrai'ieerf. -Dwiiiif to .ll)p the late ^ Proprietor, il must'bB' lirbtlght (o sale, and hfroT-d's a siucu. }i* i>pportuaUy''fot!a'Jj>*rsBonof modtrate:prpeHyy'uiilliug li good resideBcieaiidwfB'itfieslmenf.,- ; .'. .ic i �' r-Ai jlii",sam�! tijne;wiH;he Sold a GOPS'IJOLp. ife^ATE,, (Jnj oT a fru'frbiiBe!bnd bl^Acres of Laiid, Cppv'" Cold to ihe Manor of WjrUnd.Fee!''^Thi8properiy ii'bf irte' ino!il:r>�lof ,1a'tid, and tin that nccoiint i^t4H Hwaya,?.o,mii)aniJ:BileD^ rfnt i;it,iis.ije9ir4'!!''i| fiiVated, in,'aVb>|d^ state of cultivaiion, nind woiiby .public 1 ijtVenlibn'." . . , . � . | Pariiculars maybe had of C. C Parker, Esq. S'bllcilbr, y Hawkins^ Bii�n1iaini-.Mr. Thoma-s Barnes, AI|borne-,.at GiirrawaVs aud'at. Mr, Wake^^^ Pall-onaK, tondon^ ; . . du$j,ij�, j�iy^I7. . i Connsellor O'Conneil lias addreased the'jVLiyor, ShetnfFsi liiitl'Citizens'of Lt'nie'rick as a'candidate ifor- the' HeCotdshif) of Lihieritt, on tlie next' V�Cj�(�Ciy. I'l '.: - ,  - ; � , SIffNDER. : . , , ' " lJRUEN,,APD'rupCAaY, t) , SMfTH.^ ! ^hr�:c.�* W4�iirti;'dilr't^eCourt ofK D^i!l>I|lii,)!^oh SiMtraay'las'-'^' It a^)iiEa^e3""lh'Bt IfTt'' fMaiflliffiPnibDefeiidan^ti who are b/>th apothebatii^p,-ornirfL l"','''?'""^*'''-'-!': '818. iV[.ariou� causes-oft diHereiice arosf;, and scofdin^ uijjtches Ipok .pijipp,, JTrt qiie'iilly. ''lie Dt-f^'odaiit was in the h'abi.tof; tlUr^iirg'the Plaiiiiilt' (whb was the acti'np partner), wi^th a'total neglect :irif bitsiliegB, and ertfpliVyiiig' ijiersDos who exposed the customers of lhe ho'use to llic ris-k of bpiiig, poisinied. He went fiirllier \*c-cordiim Ip tiie �tatep.l�yi aiidalosi," ^it'gUcts occurred. A lirud,aMi>nj bottle, I'or instaiice, bad b*'e'i labelled nouu^^OH/a./Jfl. Cal'otiiel w'a'sl'reqiiKiilly ttsed xviiiioitl beiii}^ ivetghe^. ;A'niah mas-killed by faOdaiiuin i*lrich via* sufffre I to ;}�fl ont of-tlie-shop without being- labellt-d. A witness for the; PJaiiiliff, ;frojn whose evidrwe these' Ja.cts,were collecte,d,. iiij^enuQusly decjared it,to he ^tis belirf 'that " a qian had a better chance of lii: ,8 Free trade, includ'iug the privilege trade 6,297,5HV 6 3 Tol�l,.j.i....,.i'12,b89j9l�-2. 9 Total yaliif. of Export? to.the. E^^:|sldjef,8U.�t�',..:ited 8 f�>� jcenslitution; sirttilar to that ii^{)i|ih.'Iiaii'been odopiedi in Spain. Preparatin'tis �weir^hmade'toi dpiiose anrf rep'read ihroivih tlie aol-di'ery WiVb sticli rapidity,' that even St. Elmo was deaert.edby its gMrriaoii. Tiie,general appearance of the oity diwiiig the interval between ihe'partey with tbeti'oops'and tbeKing'sTesoluiion to accede to rheir wii'h^, wiig'tnost ainguliir. Every face vi_i\* (narked by anxiety,, and denoted Jhe expectation .of some dreadful event. When the joyful clmnge was known, nothing was to be seen or heard but the most lively testimonies of pleasure. Groups pararled the streets^wfth shouts of Viva! Viva! and these,were by no tneaos of the lowesl'or lower classes. 1 saw two'Oflicers in the uniform of Generals who joined in the t^xultatioti. T^ete was a very. Keueral cry for the sp'peiicaiire of the King on- Ihe balcony of the Paia.cAii hilt .beidid not �t>hew himself. This is the bfrthid'ny:. of the Hereditary Priiice, aiid lu-iiight we �bitll have a gruiiiliil'iiiii lia'troii." . \ EXrHACT OF ANOTHISa LETTEaSAME DArE. ; * It is now about a wer'kago .since a very general jtpirit of f^rtiiVnlatiou and 'disciiint'ent w,4� observed n the iKOviiire of .Salcruoi-and last Sunday we lieard lbitt;a.whol|e rejjioieot of c-av�lry_had ileserted ^nd posted themselves near Nolu. Shortly af'er, all \hkAtoo\ii isereiun.jn'motion against them, bui it;�---discbvered rhatdisaifeciioii prtrvatled, and ihjifr ,no .reliance could, be pljictd , upon them, w>4Jcb .tpade it eyid,ei)l ,lha,t .cuerejye ,.nieasur/� KouliT'b' nn'usje, b*(i_t that eVWy^ixieans inusf Bil^tViifrf^ifo cVJ'n(iyrfrath"'matter8 j't'he mbre'isb, as'it' was believed that discontent, moreof le'^s,' prevailed in. all! the provtocen;. Things were cartieil on' iii this-way till yesterday, when the King;j having beftii told that 8 free CQostrtiilioji was,the, universal wish of the people, declared that be would give it to tlie'ni vdliintafily, and immeil'iately issUi^d ii jirbclama-tinn, jiromising to'it in a week. It ii said thai an atfecling scene has taken plhce at the Pi-lace. . \Vhen thev.Kii)g declared, Ins intention, llie berediJtajy. Prince who iaiids and tens of iboHsands. parading the strjets near lhe ;P^lfit;e, �n,d, shouting.' Vivns!' to the King and dii)slitnt)bn. We think that ul! will proceed i]Ulel'ly, and end safely." ItEFOLUTJOy IN NAPLES. tftteriiSr of ihiii spacious builduig Va� conajtmeil.. � be � jutnaost eKer(ioi)s.only tasing-a fi^w'bnokasii^nd other articles oflitlle value.^ '''Variou�'coo}ei-:rend.i;i}ry-^'oth�rs attribute it to legars smoked by the'ittattiies'is the ; painiing-fOorti-^fhers'-'^e'lfeve -that it:' brbke out ih^ the eifr'jieiiters'-apfc'rtijient, Aft^^ 'i (Jl'die mmiiwafja^, .^n^Jfiting. evet^cir-*1#*#pCw|p ��,lttsi.-?je aj^S^tgfJgd ihat iV �a* . tJ>e.,tesi)Ii;.,nf ac(:id.(io,t: Bnd�'-ftoro'>'?rtou� Portree*, ��e hiivei-'��fl8on ltd btlitjve^tfat the fii'tfiftja}'�have,' broken rtnt in the cWpefiters'roiiffl; a candle, ni.-afl ' probaBtliiy,' beinj> left oiily insured about 1-^,(103 dollars, at the Eagle office ; bnt we learn that iMr. Sinlpicjn had nothlnij insured, and lianr,� dtpeiided far ilieir bread, an idea miy be roririeil of ilie real disucs* which this event has pcoilpced. There n^e .icrne who lllink that a theatte is t'lie , receplacte of vice and iminoralily. We pretend to no fa.sti(linUflie I oiirNe of i)^ward;t]pf27 yearn of extensive practice-in cjsesj of .Sirtcliire, observed. .niii?ij>,ei|!isljt:s�irtBJlHl?tances of Kiipiiire, he has a.i'.deotjy fipjtlkd hiioself ito^discDver a re-Aieilj tor so preval.ent.a.fpp|iidy,. and. .which he lia;> happily .icciioiplijiljed.;. 'i;|(e f()l)uviDKAMe.staliiiil'jif(ji�|ect',^|hi8 jTrcalic; -pu,the..Radieitl'; Cine of Rupture:-'* Parish of St. Aon, VVea'tmiusier, M'orkhoosj",: July; ih, - 1*;I9.Wij the! O-yeVseerii'�t''llie ,3Poor of ..ijiisiyParUhv ,40.. SJ-reby certify,; th.�*i .\YiJ|i?�pj Jiosljijg..and,CiiMj� D^^^ye .(^wo-,of poor^oji^dS ;2?orklio'use of ' Jhis".Parish).'-beiog eevf^p|y '.iffljrted."wilh ^ 11 pto*firt sifiit Sy'iii'tQ m,f: DbfoiiV&.>' the tilirptise'-of" fUre : nV* vtT^f'rtorKsii.'ice'^f tSmS lliejKWW* boib fft'tlj-^ r�ri>d'.: 4V)ini.iis^r.'bintlt^'nioifl�s-Tumkiii�oai'All'3fk>ore:i l ' N B.!->..T!r��fet,' icopfrfracied.: ori J.tji?; 'best':pri,Dri.p)rSi i mtei ' ept an^al^,,8s;t^.)ine to Fi>.uK'-aiM'froin SeVeo to'Nin�,-Nb.''48, Ber-^ 3 Street, Oxford.street. .,:. ; KILDARE ASSIZE.'!. iT|IE .KINfJ AT TUp |Pl{piECU'l'ipS. OF SIR i HOKri BAiir. against joshua Paul MEREDirii,, The information in this cause camp on to be .tried at Naas, beforeHhe-Lord Chief Baron, on the il4th of Jt^ly.tiisuoti'� , ' , Mn ,!\1iirtJ6y,,,npe;ned'ted -ias:a faV'Hjrittwi'Sir Williainllorl would ,be. pleased, ;tpacc�p(;tliiiilacktiowledgmeiil awA peniitt Iriiiiilu' d.efrayt;tieentjrBexpenses,of the prnceedingii,!' �] "j Mr. 'i'lckel'l tllen staled that as Sir Willi.iiu Hort |had-no'vinthtitive' faiottve'in ckrrying 'oirtlie'ilr'n-icbediiigit which thei'hadiinslitnied;: Sir WiHiiitn a*?-' jcepted' iht� !apdligy,'8nd eotisentetJ tli.n a Jjvor! �bottld':be,-�vftbdr8*i>i:whii7h��vaff:at'i.'oTtli:iiuly'4'i>fte.i I !.-,rii  if. -in,?. ; I A I T ;. ., ;,'l 1- !:� y ; � V  ' ivVi.' :;;WESI>QJ!ID:ASSIZBS.;' ,,o, �,;:,..;... , fij\ F.r,idyy, tfpA/i,^Wgra,bs event : - - NEW york, may 26. -iWithinthe Sfiace of four indnilis three theiities h^yeilwveib-en destroyed by hre-^l!ie costly one at Philadel^ihia, one at Wa�hingIon City, and the .other add "Vine of the most spHcinu^* and convenient in the United Slates.' This unfurtnnaie event occurred 'ye!i,tBrday,,morning about-one o'clock. . As this ca-.lainily has created . considerable interest,, and in-'Vtilves so many individuals in a common loss, we :thipii'it'tJiirdC^ly'IO be [ in delatjs. . � ''On \Vedoesday evt'ning the new d'fftma of The Siege uf- I'fipali-, and other eiiteriarinmeni.u, were pertoriiied, being theiiighl^which the Man.igrrs had apprftpi,i�lted for the benefit ofthe author. On tins occasion ib^ hpuse was uncommonly crowded; and _ , to give effect to the whole, a party of seamen and a .According-In thetirigned' as' therr quarters, ijlii-fe, jafiet Stacking their arm'*, they seiiierl themselves on ;lienehe^. prepared lor .tliein, and beliaveil' during ;ihp wbpl^ pvejiipg in the most o'derly aud.porrect inaiitier. The seamen had a difj'erenl. aparitnent a^-igned to them, and after hjiving gone lliiougb iheir"jVar^ in'thepiiiy.'lhey finally lOok ihefr seats |iHLtJie it^iper irPw of boxes. 'I'he eiiiertaiirmeiits icoiiuUliUd.abimt twelve-o'clock, when the audience k,ed to Extract of a letter dated NapleSiJnlyCrh; to which the writer has added, � day t6'be for ever remembered'141 history,;'.'-Tr- ., -� �., . > "Tbis letter announces toynp no Ij-ss an event than a chaiioe in the Gnverniiie-iitpf this coiinlry. You were before �-.vare of'tlii^ iliscirn't'eti't 'existing iii the proviiicts, on iicrouiit of ihe-Hmj^bVi'ion of the /''Hmiuriij, and' of-tbe little encoiirujjement given t�;the'exports of native^prbdiiPlibii"-'; bbt'you Were no,t aware to what a degree'fiiisdtsGniJtent'hsid' bi-lected-all rlas^e.s.^ an I ei.;t;n the riin,ks,,pf theoirmy.; The organiz ui,oii. of the^ c.^inp ,ut: |Se8sa..uiyy .t'.e-! reckoned "thi; iniiwediate cause ef. ^Il' j'hat liai dc- . ciirreVI; ais'it appearstti:!!; it'li'ot' only'^a've t'o'th'e troops an ojiphfiiioity pf trdlit'erting fbe5T meU�uresi bur brought them inrofbiitaP^ With Vhe pi-bvihees,' and assured tbemof'thi; rbmirfuniW'of-�eiititiieiit^h^' the great mass-of thy pojiiilatinii.'Tlie'whb'le tbtng has bben so tniddeil,' tbatif' l^ii A (Red 11' l o'As'i'eHiii n eitactly how it' begiiiH-orwho I-ixik tire'4e'adiii t'he o'pt-ratioti. IMPElilAL PARLIAMENT. t the first moveiiieill. was made'hy'ai IfV sfiat'ioned'at'r^.i'l'.i', �tfi'the'tium'ber believing that the body of: Cavalry : of about 150 iiien; who' ytidd^'nly ^.iiiil withbpt orders .qiiitied-their poif, aijd m�r^lifei|ti:irif bddly for'tfle: Hioii'rttHinS' of �Ai'elliiio. W^iethef'the'result bf prei-vijius ulideisioiidiiVg Or iiofi| )8>^unkMiowrn';' bot'the-nla'rm''iof ihiS 'it^affch '>pre�^^ rtittelbtj' rapiilrtyof' ; ligbtiiiiig!;' detaChttieUls rtf-iiifjiitry m'a'fth'ed'oiiU'to' � j Dili tbi-ii*,' tt/id' eVerSf "Jjea.aiit'; �f hp' tf'mlftirttprtVi" a: j riVe)oc>^t ol" iiir "'� ''i>d len lhe theatre. j^^, j,^',^^ judgment of,tbeirtordsui,,. BftU Ame *�eTe-a�leep-2.ibey were tniath awak'ened,'' that the 'ilecrefa'ortbeCourl below, itf'iSiS Tad'1813i' OF LORDS, Friday, July 21. APPEALS.-IUDGMENTS. Graham, Appellant; KeBLE, Hespondent. The Lord CHAHcei.Loa slated this was an Appeal from' Ihe Judi;meul of the Court of Session in Scollaiid, and''he ' moved ih:il the ilecision of the Geurt below ahoutdbe cuu-fiimed by iheir Lordships'judgmeol.-Agreed to. A BARREL OF WHISKEY. PoNBAR, Appeltdnt; Hauvey, Hespuridint. The Lord r obsiervijdj'lh)* *waa ftD'Appra), froni several decrees uf Ihe,Court of �xcheq