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British Press (Newspaper) - July 31, 1820, London, Middlesex ' In conieqoPiiVe ^'ll>e aiipVeceilr^ Beg- gra's Op^j- wiU'-be .re|)�itrd ;.evi;by- eveaioftill ffurlli^ Dolice.',  'to-tioirii*, viiUti^veri Quarrris onil Tit Prize; Annr'Ceiiied^iis io preparatioif, and'will'.tie bpeedily pr�dnced,-.-^vJ,^. A ... , , , �. iv'��STRAND, ' THIS EVEmNGV\W Concert'of Aliscel-lan(�dt-'~Mtisi& At the en^'of tlie fii^'t'Act'Mkda'me and Msdeiiv>i!)clle^aj|)n|,;wUh Madbm^^ their adrnVeil I^cirforraances.; apd, at the Conclqsioif.df Ibe Conteri^ will 'succeed - ^ briiliant 'displ^y'df ^irewoirks^ by Signdra-He'ug|errlwJieji,j.Mad^e Sa,qlii,' cqmpleUlrjcBve-loped in a volonie.G>riire,wiII acliieye.ber sarprising^v.ula>. tions on llieTight Rope, at in elevatidn of sixlyTeetfrdm the ground.� � . ' :^ '�� \:-. �; ' AdraiasioD 3s..8d.-Doors .open at Seven, the Concert to heg'm at Eight o*Clu|ac.'' '. Tfife jBlNDi#M4�RAJiV ,AJ8^ � . �y\MR. EVANS, ].\ At bis tlouse, No. 96, Pall-mafl, on WEDNESDAY NEXT Adgn$r3, and five fallowing ddys, ' TIE Fou1;ih and Coaclailint; PART of-ilie 'curioiis and extensive LIBRARY of the late JAitfES 6INDt.EY, Esq^; caotaining a sinBular'sBsemblBge of rare old Poetry, Paeeaots, coridus Tracts and Hariliesin every Departmeht.Of Lit^ratnK; kiso Iiis very curious ^nd yaloa. bleCallecliPatif Aatograplss.. � / � �. ' THE NEW PATENT DITAL HARPS. -LItJ;H|T, inventor of the :portabIe DITAL _if* .HARPS,'desii^ to acbhowledge bis sincere thanks ta the Nobility' and; Ladies, generally,,:Wlio liave already u Ijbsr^liy :booonred..him with. their cqminands'and patron-a^',4indrespe'ctfuil1y solicits all Ladies of niu^ical.lisle (whb Have-idt yet seen.and beard lhem).|.o do him th'at^favour, Tiie fellowiug is a short description pfJlhe Dital Barp,it8 uses, ai>d,p^wliar advauta|;es: Srat, alihoughtbey areoiily al)oot o'nc-rbirU^be size^ yet tliey combine all the most i'siential properties a larfce Pedal Harp; secondly, isai delightful arccHnpaDimeot to the voice, as also to the piano-forte, &c ; ' thii*diy, the art of playing on theni,' &c. is very'soon arquir-ed,j lastly, they arCTory elegant,'and comparatively of small price, nut to mention; their very portable convenience in travelling, &c.-They nfe to be seen and heard^ and only to be had of E;''Li;bt,'Miiisical Professor, the Inventor, Paten-tie, and- spIeV R'qprjeipr, dt his bouse, No.8,' Foley-place, Cavendi�fa-squai-e,^ ,wiiere -aiao the terms- of instruction Mirati' the Dital Harp,'&c. add all pariiculdrs may be kndWn,-' ; and j^. SIVEWRIGHT' are liap'py to siale  their nnqnalified- approbation ut the: Canlractor''R Scheme, for the New Lottery, vrbich, though onlyfor S,6(�p Tickets, coBlains two Prizes of ^0,000/., besides which, ll,2O0r. U ad*�;diii EXTRA PRIZES, all id STERLING. MQN EV, and - will all' be drawn in ;-ONE DAY^: SOih AUGUST. ; Schemes at largeip�y be had aij.all thrif Offices, and Ageii^.aS'Usdali by which tte Piiblic will percrivelbe judicioos -tiiaiiircir'tn whUh the IVize^ arranged for the betffefitof.evsryp'urchaser. - i'ii.j , /.an4 Jl-Si with thejr'tnsual success, sold and shared a great e*i^tss df Cipitiil Prizes'intbe Lottery just cdncIudQili: iuclUffing: i-';'' r,; ; ^ No. 9,814........... .iSOiOOO � 1**313..........,;�10,00,Q At their old Offices,' Kd.37i {^urnhill; M, Holborn ; 38, Haymarbet^j^nd I41,.Ukfdrd,street. FOftjUEGROWTH OivTHE HAIR* Recommended by the late Dr..Hunter and other eminent �"V -'^:'-pbyiiridn9^''''�'*"^ HVliSO^ mi!y0[m^Km resp^tfoHy , ,. infiii:m:tbelPubiicvtti^t:.haviag liadcpnU.dMaio^ (ions In llie fureigii oamie of " H,triLfi~DiVlNE,!'Ib'ey havey at (be cng'gesl'iod df^nudiivdus'rViendsja^^ of "BOTANIC 0^^^a* more.appropriate,?it6an|tiitr(l^^ frotna'^aniiticriptivcipeuf Culpewer, the celebrated Eng- "Iirire the-Hair has .M\ea;i>& frdro;itlnrss, 'pcrapi^iilipii, (lianse of cliiBatCta^. tbe BoJ^fiic^Oil will iufallibljr re-siure it. U^0mar^ ci^ .^-.^;-i.w;i^.i:ii;Vriiiji.;^iii'.,Mfei*lf�?eajlej^ &4 IVifugM>, Ojii  ; 'IVivten^Tpr TfSUiatn'nu�ir-iiiii,. oor.-14. Caledonian Canal.-IS. Sonnet.^lS. Joba and Joan, a new Poem, to Christopher Nerih, &q.- 17. Literary and Scientific Intelligence.-18. Works .preparing for Publication.-19. MonlblyXist of New Publica-tians.-20; Monthly Register, &c. , Printed fur T. Cadell and W. Ddvies,Sirand, London; and William Blackwood, No. 17, Priuce's.street, Edin. burgb. ' � ; . id� Shore. 1 PiRICK 7d. sigoed-daftid^^^Jlui^:" " �^�)t�2rsJLr^tt,, re.' \f^0i^i-llSi^ii�a^ re. Jamds'Htrveyi of B(^'t'Miiii^jiA^.'tiea^ Londoo,,pqul�eiJM,ttdaBli>iebile!(ir4fIt�i�� ,lSi 16, a""!Sep-le1aaber9, at ele^i^JT.lGpijd^jlliJi^^ .Attorneys, Messrs.- StivensXnd Wood, ;UllK^t.. Tb^^^ -.^:-\],^^\ ' Ju^lt ^diilM^(^Artirol/^tatiOiM'tO^surl^nderi August -----...t -,,IIIr,.Heclii,i Staph! iBen'.^rapejri'iS>' surV �r^ 9, at iiiiie, �i \U ,:WilliK, ClaAei street,; LoDdba-i StarJoir,'AIaqidie8ier^j.^ttoite]r#j Boi| Mr. Wilson, flfaocbesiet'. ^^Grtglpiiiidi^'lif Spirt bnel^Mrtt^nniberland, 23;^*, jfndSeptemi r:J�ii>Aldwick. Ac apeli|-atTeel,>, , James Smilb, Jaieber after the interval of six inpathsfrdm the date of its publica^tion respectively.  ' ' The fifth Number, jost published, contains the following Platess4-1. Examination of Bambridge, by Ibe House of. Coroinoiib--2. Morning -3, Second Stage � of Cruelty.- 4.;Sar8li Malcolm^^and two.Priuts of Boys peepingat Na-tuire.-S..The i^ngbing Audience; and a Chorus of Singers.-Lodddp: Pttblisbedby Baldwin,CTadock, and Ju;| Pat^r-ndster-rpw;,: ^Porifulios capable of cunlaining the entire3et,, are 'preparedatl,5s..e�di." ... HE LONDON MAGAZINE; No, VHL puWished by UALOWINy CBAPOjCK, and JOY tMiiitaibsliie'fb4l6widg'Ai^ti(led:- I___: The U&aVHeail; Goethe and Bis Fanstos; RccplleetiPns of the Soidb' Sea' House i The Traveller, No, IV. ^ .DjEiscrip'. tidn of;^^d'l>^esifoes painted b^GeVman Students at -ftom^i {Urdulghlt'HoursfNo. IV.tTheJewels'of the Bdok-,-M. Ebt'rlriknd'^Mr.i.Dibdiu; Living Aalboni,]yo.llL:Gad. "win} 'Bii{ttdgritpbia%driosa,Nu.l.;^b'rt*ti^n Vll. of Deu-! marKantfeisQUeei^i iLidessupposedlu beVrritted bya dyidg Sdurtplrit-MpaiW; ^j^urlrait; The,C|iaracter of; pupe,:Mr. Boa^lett}' Staimt'wriiied in a Forest; EjicurBiun to the Tup: of SfcidOi^vJiiSGrilicai uems by.Bernard-BartoPji^The-prspa; Report of Music;rNotice^ >ef jbW Fine Aiii^-Mr. Bafdpii on the relative'Encodrage-^jr-rnent in Et>8l>u4.:pf Sculpture and Painting.;: Gleanings', from Foreigd Journals; Ljtergry and Scientific lu^elKgeiice; Hiiilbridir apd^Cifitidal Summary pf lulelligepce; Pdbiic :D�cumvnts;-^(?oid(percial 'Report; 'Agricultural � Repurl- and the usyat.yariety^ciif Lists, Commercial,Table?,.&c. ~ 7'b>s>^ay.iR:|Mibl(|.fcetl,.'iq two vols-'ISmo. price lis.' ' BALDWIN.Pf*''�^Mii'er'� Heir, aSenotTJpniic Tale, by an OLD BACHELOR. 'Printedfor A.'K; NewinaiiandiCid. Leartenhall-slr . r Wbcrpimay be had, just! published,-J COINCIDENCE, 01-jbeSuoibsayer;. a Romance.: By T>dul�t^Wlgliii;;> 3i|H,ls;Hft*l.'^ '1-  ' ; - !GWELV90JlDD,>>�ri:tbeKChild of Sin. By the R�v. jCbarles-Lucaa. 4 vpls^JBs,^. : r , i 'tRBlAiNtr; a*; .Miniioirs*of XBe Slontagne Family. -By  vJMiM!Entoibli^;vi>ls.vi8s^ Jobn-.&vtfa^p^aiid William^JUverpoo lailp^, to sorrender, August 21, 83, cdd iStrpteinber 9, at one, at the Office of Mr, Avisdn, Liverpool.' Attorneys', Messrs; Aviiodand M�wdBley,Lii�er|iodl; add Mr. Wheeler, Castle-street, HolWo, London.- ioitfh Rogers Browne^ uf the New Road, ;St;Pancras, Middlesex, statuary (npw a Frjaaner in the King's Bench;, to surrender, August IS, 15, and Septeinber .9^ at eleven, at GuiliKiall, London. Alturneys, l^�Srs.^rSw(el, Stokes, and Carr, BasiogballiStteetj-iLdndoUi ". ' .' Felix Whilmore, jap. of Wath4ld'Green,-.P^ sex, brewer, to surrender, Augpst 11,12, aii at cievie>i>i:6inldldi^,L6udup. August 23. B Dryden, of Ne^ccitls-upulk.Tyu^llrocer, at eleven, at.the Geo|^�-|uo,Neisr^tB'iipPnrTyDe.;: August 26. J.Stanway,,af Lepdiidstcrj Hereford,,surgeon,' -ttt ln-elve,at the Red Lion, LediidiPster..' Aususl2I.H,Trofces, latevf Liverpool,'merchant,at one, attbe^GeorgelBn, Li*erpoOli  ' August 10. J. Ham|wbir?,:-of KilkburtoD, York, scribbliog- luiller, aleleveu, alibe WbiteSwan Inn, Uuddersfield. August 23. W. Chapin�d, pT LiverpodI, hosier, at eleven, at the Punch Bowl, Ndltingham.'>>-' August 24. R.Holcoyd,br Halifax, York, j^eller, at eleven, , at the UlEceuMtfr.KoririsiUattfaXi ^ CEHTlFieATES>rfii>�stisT 19. L. Mose�,laie.uf Great j^rMCUIt-slT^N Gopdpi�n*s-field�, Middlvsexj dierchaut.-K. t^'ylddi pjt Newcasite-upun-Tyue^ merchadts-J. Bysb; of' F^ieVda'ster-iowj I^dd^uo, book-�eller:.^J. Woribiogitudi'df: Wwidpi^^ laiicaslerj. coal-merr .cbant:-r-W.iJ�mee,.j�u.ttfB^ot0�'Ti8�refprd,*uciionecr.- G..Ma�on,of Cbarai!^diem/,>l��!!hKT,::^ : PAlitiiEHitolPS DISSPLVEO. fc Rii^ids and 'Jrtef f fplidiellj^lDr Stiw^ Tltfi^Vfrnge' PTieeldf firowQ.or Muscovado'JWH'i pt�f�4rM�i[|&^rtiitnr:itiKiSii the>wk eodln^We 2�ib day 4�r4Ji^|i8^^ irS^^^^ ex- �Mi�4a^Mp''atine�VpS^ Boil of . ;t4eibaravoirda^fs,' off the four WtekstiabiiaitUelypdKedingthd IStb o&JuIy,;;l�3ff. 67 fli 1^ I M. d. 32 0; 85 37 5 NAPLES. SXTSACT'Paatt a IKTTEH from NAPLES, DATED ' JULY II. *' I before informed you of the King's appointment of bisspn Fraikcesco as bis Vicar.General, on the. plea that ill beaith inespacilated him from performing the duties of i^yaliy. The Constitution we have adopted is that of Spain; but; if is to be received, however, with such exceptions as the national rispresentation shall'consider necessary to adapt it toLtbe^peCpliar. circumstances of Ibiskiiig-dom. Iti the mean time a Provisional JPnta is 10 be formed, before whom, the Kin:^.and Francesco are to swear 10 thfc new 600811101100, which is,-'moreover, ordered to be translated from Ibe Spanish with'dut delay. These, add a few excellent, regulations legarding the publie peace and scjcprily, have been'Ihe only official acta that have appeared since ibe^ib. They have given universal stlisfac-tidd. 'In the meaif tinie the conilitalional army under General Pepe, consisting of about 8,000 regular troops and militia, with s vast number of armed peasants that Me f^llefteji from the different provinces, reinained tranquilly ip the interior, about ten miles from hence, waiting the 'ptPgrti* "of eVenIs in the city, until every thing being ar-iad^^ io tbemSnder that was desired, the whole body of thelj^ptj with aparty of the peasants, marched into Na-ftesJaV^pop oaSondayjast. ,This was the proudest day JNwJpi^ver .saw. Tbe entire force of the nation, moral, 'dS^^|}f:,iii''(ihysical,'was arranged on the side of freeduin. Tiien^esrjOy'liod nniob, yet at the same'Hme the most lierfecldiidier .and tcanq^Htyinevailed, and despotism was Jieyeir l^t:M(,aoHeen an eye-witness of what has been pass, log. And, indeed, who can attach the ideas of order anil peace to vast masses of men composed of a revolted soldiery, and hordes of wild Calabrese peasantry, every man armed wiiba knife and a gun, and. influenced by feelings of great irritation-this' mass, too, entering a large capital, wllb-unt a government, and niinglidg. with a populace more pu-meroui than, themselves? . This speaks mdre thaii words $an possibly do in favour of the cause wblt-h has united every body, as well as of the a'dmirable regulations which have been madefpr tbe'preservatipn of the public peace.- The city is at tHis inslsni as tranquil as ever it was. We all (Prince and people) carry the Constitutional cockade, and the same flag'flies on'nil the forts. The colours Pre those used here i>y the Freemasons. These and the Carbonari, wbo a few short hours since durst not shew their noses, are now become the popular and fashionable sects. We already feel the effects of the liberty of the pi-esg. A new paper baa justsiarted, called Journal of � the Prigndt oflht CotmtTj/f^ and no doubt others,.in a similar spirit, will follow. It is expected. IbaJ.. toleration in religidd, which is refused in Spaid, will be permitted here; but this 1 doubt." o$-.^rpriceleil tiitiie f^tSttM^rWherttiie miirt- r . . ^ilMiaCbi^�^iiid hisassodatti^ fiKje�iiic without t>rovi9i(yiM, the t'hhtle reiornrd to ii'>��;' road*. All ex|ie�b�ioii lias bwri� filtertrtfV!^ f'"'*?' hours; and s�e \tkik with 'much m-iii*>*^*^ '^^^ rwBlt. Our �,au�e IS liiat �f jostiifet He CoMt, auij cniivoyed to the south "t". the Liiie a iiiimW �f SiMtoiah, Vessels-tiiut hadiii). iar lost their reckoning �s io niske Cuiie Palin^> and- the iieighboutiit^ jliave fectorie.*, ioiifeatl i.f Loango, uiid other plab^,� s^.utji of th� Equator., We doubt not that these wwikits, ntll fc-ely greHttyi �riiuddi�ts' by the other officers of his IVJajesty'i squadroD. / TpkeubPuse-yard, l^diwi *ueii��d�W8, Jel^ JiiSltipm�Ui8iid*;lpi�p|o^diJ --�  idd rge-y^rdi Lbdibard. iL'heapsiae. -(field And ttv�k>dCftyiipr^WiHlwl�n�i-$^ }ij��fc�B.s\�ai*t,Pisocior*i pro'peirtyi aiid o&eriijg on the ;�(or4 otia: HtUUh.tailoti in the eveot'of bis having any>}uit .claim* u iiOu; M r..proctor, a safe conduct iy:^^>|aM;4> i\ fV >�d:.trom .the ^ThisttttiXOiartsnge.maUettL^the PAHG/f. ome very interesting paper?; relating to the oc* cupation and beskion of Piirga by the British tro|j�, liave been -ptinted, by oriler of the Hoiise of Uo;n-mous. Tliey tdnSirt of copies oi^ a iMemorii�l,jpr�;-senled by "a native ^of'Parga to Earl Bathur.,t, dated the 8th January, 1820, and lof fuur letters addi-tssed by Sir Thomas Maitldiul li> Eirl Bathurst, together with explanatory dociimeiitiici: tu tliA Ottoman Power, [l diso complains of the i)ecu-niary losses sustained by the people, of llirir [i-f. ronal sufferings ai\d priVHtions, and of the litilt ever sure to feel towards the suffcriH^i of the weak and unprotected. Mow far the faith of Grent Britain was bound to the- Pargiotes by the military occupation of their city and fortress, and how fur it wns violaled by tiie subfieqiient Cession to the Government of Turkey, are t|nestioi>:i which have been ulrearly very warmly agitated, at a time pel--hiips when the degree of information upon thti subject in the poaseg�iou of the public was not sufficiently extensive to enable them to form a very just decisitin respecting it. With these questions we do^ot ptofeas to have any concern, but shall -{lei-mit therh to rest upon the tardy explanations giireu in Pai-lidraent by tlie Ministers of the CroWu, and upon the statements contained in the dispatches of Sir Thomas Muit-land. There \�, ho*e*rr, a point relating to the valuation of the Pai-giolea' property, un which there seems to have been gome dr6cient-y of attention to their interests on the part of the Brititili Commisgionerg. The valuation originally formed, the native of Parga in his Memorial asserts, amount.' ed, upon no very favourable view of their property, to 600,0002.; and -in estimating the produce at the maximum of five per centi it would amount to only 30,000/. per annum, and the population being about 3,000, each indivi'Jual could not, upon this estimate, rejieive above 10/. per annum, which would reduce the income of the rich and pooralike to sixpence-halfpenny a-day. In this estimate there was no account for the value uf labour lost or suspended, which, to a common day-labourer at Parga, was equivalent on an average to '2s. a-day. The Commiegioiiers appointed by Ali Paschia to act with the British Cotnmissiuners (none being admitted on � the part of the poor Pargiotes) had sufficient address or influence to reduce this calculation to 130,000/. and even this payment was subsequently delayed, to the great inconvenience, of the people, aud a considerable. part it, when paid, cno-sisted of the alloyed coin of Turkey, which detracted ver^ (duch from the actual aiuounc of their compensation.- The. other charges of personal, iuconvenien^&^td want of attention and syinpathy^ we pass over, as they have been already presented to the public, and shall .ha�ten to give some extracts from Sir Thomas AJattland'a (hs. tainly guffered hitherto in public opinion, in consequence of the exaggerated statements that have appeared upon this eubject. Sir Thomas Maillnnd enters into a historical review of the state of Parga, previous to the lime of its having fallen under the temporary protection pf Great Britain, He ^hews that it was originally considered ii^ the light nf a Venetian colony, nevter capable of maintaining Mtti, own iodependeace, and when thrown by the coiirce t^f political events frciin the protection of one European poweri,'*Bieadicatip)$ the protection of forne other." Sir Tbotna* speMt* nt Pafg� " a� a defeu^tlesrvillage, 8Urniiiti