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British Press (Newspaper) - June 21, 1820, London, Middlesex NbiHBER 5473. l6nDON,WEDNE�IMY4 june 1^1, 1820. ' Price 7pri�lOr of the Opera Hons-, Miss Corri i�ll) Wng.;� LaTromt^'Vanil t|ie " Echo Duel," from Zama,wi(li Mr/lJraliam. MiasRJCorri (first lime on the EngHsb SlageVWII wnjg � RdyV Wiffj" with MissF. Corri ; and the Paet of ""taci dairem,*? Sir. Draham. iW , To which will be idded (by Spetial Besirie), TOefTiWife *f THE tIAR. ! Sir .lames Elliott. Mr. Barnard 5 Old W5Hing,,Mr: Powell} Young Wilding, Mr.'Ellislon. Misr Grantham, Mrs. Of^er. FOR THE BENEFIT OP. MR. W,. FARRpN. THEATRE-ROYAL, COVENT-GARDEN, THLS EVENING, WEtJNESDAY, Jtiiie 21, wiltbeperfortAe'd Sbakapeare's COM El)Y OF.ERilORS. Solinus, Duke of �plie�us, Mr. Egerfon; .Sueon, iWr. riiaiiman; Antipholis of EpheSbs,Mr. DurUsef j Antiplinlis i,f Syraruse, Mr. Jones; Dromio of Ephesiu, Mr. W. Far-iiii', Drumio of Syracuse, Mr. Liston; Dr, Finch, Mr. lilauchard. Abbess, Mrs. Fatjcll; Adr'iana, Miss Stephens; LiTciaua, Miss M Tree; Lesbia, Mrs. T. Hill. AI ilie eiiil of the Comedy, the Duet of " Together let us range," by MiE> Slepheus and Mr. Duruset; and " The Ri.bin'ji I'etilinn," by Master Lonehunit. Al'ier Khich (never acted at this Theatre,) Murphy's Farce of THE OLD MAID. Captain Cape, Mr. Emery; Cle'rimout, Mr. Connor; Mr. Harlow, Ml. Claremcmt. Mrs. Harlow, Mrs. T. Hill ; MiSS Harlnwe, the Old Maid (positively for ibis night only), Mr. \V. Farrcn. Tu cunclude with the favourite Opera, in two acts, of INKLE AND YARICO. Iiitile, Mr. Ablioll; Sir Christopher Cnrry^ Mr.AV. Fat-nu ; Caplaia Canipley, Mr. Hyne; Trndje, Mr. Listonl Yirin), .Miss M. Tree; Narcissa, Mrs. Bishop; Wowski, Mis. ijsioii ; l'atty(for ibis night'only), Mrs. Gibhs. Tiikfis lo be hail of Mr. VV. Farren, 3, Duchess-street, I'liiibnil place; and of Mr. Brandon, at the Theatre, where Vliiccs for the boxes may be taken. THF.ATRE-ROYAL, COVENT-GARDEN. Ml. YATES has the honour of announcing to liis Friends and Ihe Public, that hie BRNEFIT ii appoiiiteil for FRIDAY.July 7, 1820, when, will be perform-..1 a favi.iirile OPERA. Principal Characters by Miss SleV Iiliens, Miss M. Tree, and. Mr. Yates. A new Interlude,' MTilten exfressly for the occasion, in �hicli a. Lady and lliiee Gentlemen will make their first appearatii[x. in public. Comic Songs, Imilalions old and new,and a fai^onVjte-Fircr. Tirkris and Places fur Ihe Jtoxes to be .Hiad of Mr. Yate)^, No. IH. I'olanil-street, Oxford-street J and of Hr.Briiidoni al i\ie Rox.Oifice. Al S Sold on Accoujit of the Manufactn'rer, Bl GODFREY'S Commission Hat Warehouse, No 14, Ularkmoor-Blreet, Clare-market (late of the Hay-ntarlctt), OB more advanla^euus terms Ihati were ever befoie i l!'*T!|F li'~Uialian Gauzes, 2s. 6d. peryard; and as A.S. sells 'ijiiiily lor Ready Money, all the above Fasbionable Silks ni'' .=ulil K|\ially cheap.- No Patterns cut. House, No. 11, Henrietta, stii'ci, Covcnt-Garden. Nil.-All immense slock of the most superb India Imi-taii.iu .Scarfs and Shawls, from Two to Twenty Guineas f.'.ch. P.V^NCY ball dresses. millinery, XI iiiil NOVEL HEAD-DRESSES of the most fashion, alili' .111.1 beaulifai materials, made into the most alli'aclive .Till! fi.vciiiating costumes, may be procured of Mrs. BELL, ivh.j has s|iared no expense lo have every novelty equal, if 0"! fiip.rior, lo what ran be met with at any other house. The CI)i;UT DRESSES made by .Mrs. Bell for'^lhe last J}ia�iiii;.,uum were universally "admired-she begs leiive to ^; i'rise OolicB that not a moment shoald be lost in giving licr ilieir orders. Mrs. Bell has a great variety of beautiful I).ifsi-s expressly for the Court. Caps, Bonnets, Turbans, every species of Head-dresses, calculated cither for '!>' morning, the afternoon, the full dress parly, Ihe Theatre, ilie Opera, in endless variety. Mrs. Bell's CORSETS are 'he Iheme of admiration, and from the great number daily niJile by Mrs. Belt, it is to be presumed that uo others �ul be worn. Xo. 52, SI. James's-Blreet. WATERLOO-HOUSE, COCKSPURSTREET. "alling, pearce, ami stone, have llie honour respectfully to announce to their nurae, nms Friends, the Nobility, Gentry, and Public in general, tint llipy have OPENED their SHOP in Regent-street, ad. joiuiiii; the United Service Club House, with a select Slock of every description of Linen.draptry, Haberdashery, Ho-Mfiy, Lace, and Silk Mercery, every article of which is larraiiied, and will be found in cheapness unparalleled. Hailing, Pearce, and Stone, beg leave- lo cajll llie'atlen-'�Mu of tlie Public to the remaining part ul" Iheir Wholesale *>i�ck, in Cockspur-street, which must be entirely sold off "I ilie present wtek, Saturday, the 24lh instant, being posi-'iiely the last day they can hold those premises. The pre-, feiit prices affixed to the following oriicles will be found Willi many utbers unquestionably derided bargains, viz - several boxes of 7.8 and 4-4 wide C.ilerain and Bejfa^t 1-iii'iis, bleached in the yarn ; French Cambrics, and bor-ilered French Cambric Handkerchiefs; Sfcotch,'Holland, Irish, Hussia Yarn, and Lancaibire Sheeting*; Dimily and Printed Chintz Furuitnrcs; a considerabjequaiilily of Hamburgh Table Cloilnjtrom two yafids lo six yards Foiiji, >S'ill be 'Old at the ii^rort price, -withtfut the'd^ity; land Scotth Damask of all sizes, proportiouablycheHp; ,C�tiin^erpa|j?� ai)^,, Maiseilles (jnilis of al( �iie� ; Lace presses, Scarves, Veils, audGossed BobUii Nete; fMitA'Gimii'UieiyBaiikifg^ Vauxhall EVEING,WeDNESDAY. Jhhe at;. a GRAIND QJtLA, comprising a Ooneert qf MirteUi laiffuus Music, .Al.lhe piiri^of .i,lje/irst,Act �|artiV liuns on the Tigbt ^Rope, at ^n ts^valioii pf.aixty f^tflroBii the ground. ^ Admission 3s. 6i1.^0oors bpeh at Sevi^,' ihe Concert to beyin at Eight o'clock. ,i ' �� 'imip*r4ttl 9fl, A,r!(uriiAH:l^,:Coi'Hhitl; J. M. flicharason, opposite l|ie ifnval Exrharig:�4 Rodw^lt and Martiil', BnirS-atfeet;' E.' U^ll, liVt*y-Wlt;ee�^ anil' W. B. Couke, Juddfplace^ast. . :, . ORIENT'aL LltER.HTUtlE IN Lbi'DoM, Under thePalrnaag'ebftlie Hutionrable East IndiaCotkipany, ' ENTLEM^N , (;oMntfqtt;J .v.tli I N D.| A, ^ either in the King's orCompany's Service,are respectfully informed that the Hiinloos'lati^e Professor has just republished a New, aiidiJtpproved Edition of his HIN DOO-STANEE,STORY-TE^LER and STRANGER'S EAST IN DI AN GUIDE, as Class Books for his Summer and Winlil-Goursec of Lectures, to: �'bich free adikiia^ioo vs''invariably given to all resperiable Peisnos proceeding to India �^ilh the sanction of Govern ment. To such Hindooslanee Students as haveleisure,frOm their jpngerresidience at home,after leartitng; that useful Language, ^to, superadd a .knowledge of Persian, an opporluiiily of attendance will be afforded as soon as a sufficient number of Stiidents sliall assenrbte lo form a i-egu-l^r class, under the above circumstances ; and tOithem ajso gratuitous iiislrucliuus will be cheerfully communicated by the Professor. . For further particulars, application (if by letter post-paid) may be made to Messrs. Black and Co. No. 7, LeadenlialU street, where a variety of the best H indobstanee and Persian publications are always procurable, with ample iuforma-lion relative tu every literary department of British Indian Affairs. COI'TEEaiid CHOCOLATE made in ONE MIN-UTF,, by D. DUNN'S ESSENCE of tiOFFEE, and COCOA NUT. Sold by F. Graham, corner of Belle Suii-vage Inn, LudgHte-hi'I, in balfpiiit bottles, from 3s. Hd. 10 .^s. each, and llie-Clioiolale in pots, at 2�.'6d.'' Dlreclions for use:-Put a teaspooiifu 1 of" either of these essences into a cup, Willi the usual prouorlion of milk and sugar, and fill it With boiling water, and you have instantaneously a cup of Coffee or Cliocolale of exqoisite flavour. From the ease and expedition attending I'lis invention it becomes a valuai ble acquisition to the Public, and more especially to OiHcers in Ihe Army and Navy, to .Captains of .Vessels, Travellers], Inn-keepers, Public Assemblies, and particulaiiy to Ladies (St GSnilemen nut-keeping art establishmeht'. Al-so, D. Bunn's Essence of Ginger, Mace, Cluves,,Cin.Dai. mon. Nutmeg, Allspice, Pepper, Cayenne, Coriander anil Carraway Seeds, in glass bottles, Is. 6rl.'ekch. . Tb^se'prepo-rhliuns wiJIsave m^i^i .tjonble in cooking, confectionery. &C. and In casc'� of jllness ;arc truly yajuabje, as a few drojis. paured into any lii^uid 'iV'ill iustaiifly ^Tve its peculiar f!a-vour. Of F. Graliam may aUo be iiad, the fioe-tlayoured, pulverized genuine Jamaica Ginc:er, prepared froiii the inleriiul part of the root, of sUiierior quality, in qtiarter.puund liu cases. Is. 2ii, earlt.-r-t'rigioai atol sole maiiufdclurer of tha iriocll-eslecmeil giiiirer.fiaynnred Bai ley-sngar. ALL FOUii....... of----�36,0011, 58 OTIlKIl CAl'IT.ALS, &c. MUST BE DRAWN. NEXT FUUJAY LOTTRIlY FINISHES. AZAllD aiul CO. Contra'ctorfr, hep to iin--press uf...ou the Public,. iIuai -the animals .of Lottet-ies do uot runiiib such anolher instance as the present MAGNIFICENT WHEEL 4........ Prizes of je30,()00 4 .......................... 1,000 4 .____..................... hoo 4........................40O 10 .......................... 300 36.......................... 200 &r. &.C. .Money and Consols, and ALL IN ONE DAY, NEXT FRIDAY, , ., . Undravfii Ticljcla ami Sliarcs are on Sale at HAZARD and Co.'s Offices, Uoyal Exchange Gale; 26, Curnhill ; and 324, Oxford.street, l.ondun ; aud at all their Agents in the Country. HAZARD and C". Shared and Sold in a recent Lotler^J ALLTHE FRIZ i:S nf 311,000!!! and lin the pi-e�eut Loti lery, No. 2,313, a Pnzs of 10,01)0/. Coiisols, besides NINE OTHER CAPITALS.'__J _^ WHO CAN EEFRAiIn? ID DING i..:ay. [jISH re.-peclfuilv ncqnaiiils Ins hest friendi". _ j the public, that Ih^S^AtE LOTTERY FlNISflES NEXT FRIDAY, 23d instant, on which day all the,12,000 Tickets now in the Wheel musl be Orawii ; as must also, the Four Slock Prizes of 8d,o6o/. the Fortj-.-'bur other Slock Cepitals, and the Fourteen Honey Capitols. - . *,* BISH'S Offices arc mnarkably fortunate when 30,000/. Prizes form pari of the Scheme, as tie has sold anil shared as many 3O,000/i Prizes as all ihe olher Officckeepen combined, aud his ar^ ihe OJi'y Offices that ever sold in oa� Lottery all Three Prinzes of 30,n(l()/. Warranted UitdrawnTiritels onlt J^tuh^h^s ijtit,, L ---, . rcstaaiu^ed ,E.,COi Notice, ' : Thil a QUAIttEKLfGeif^li COURT of thb �ahl e04l PA N V'�Ht lK>1feM4t ilirir ffitiiM ill I I^radlealniMtrcet, Vwn�niit..aii the,�^id ^ompaoy's^ SlpH(, dae.ou .tlie SJb July, wilVbe raiJy to he'.deii^^Kiii'an ThiirsMay, the>tUJaly Beat;' ' '' ^ ' �   ^ JOSEPH iDART, Setrrtary. Tp-fnoi|ro� 4 BHM^lf Wen. .OL-- .� , 'VMensV^hscii^-retti;^ ^ t>rinteALB moved for: an Address to hia Mojealy, requesting that he mi:rttied them of Ihe necessity of keeping up the augmentatiian from the disturbed slate of Ihe country, but whenever that cause was removed they should be reduced. Carl Grosvenor said, that that explanattt>tt was not ^atisfaclury to bim,aiid he was ready then lo move, or on the third reading of *the Bill,' wliich ever .'was most convenient to the Noble Earl, for their reduction. The Earl of LivenrooL said, iflhe Noble Earl was deter, mined to make his motion, it would certainly be more regular on the third reading of the Bill. The House resumed, and the Noble Chairman reported lhat the Bill was agreed .to; without any amendment, ALIENS AND DENIZENS BILL. Their Lordships resolved iheritselves into a Commilteeon this Bill. The Earl of LAUDEROAte objected to the effects of Ihe Bill being Extended for two years; when the measure was originally introduced, its operation was confined lo one year, and why it should now be extended to a more lengthened period, he was at a loss tu know ; but this hei did know, that lbs Act being in force, suspended several suits in the Court of Session in Srollandi.on accunut of the rigbt of iinlnralization of suitors being suspended. Viscount Melville rose, but from the low tone of voice bespoke in it was impossible to collect what he said. We understood him to say, that th^ suitsrwhich had been alluded to by the Noble Earl might not terminate for several years, if Ihe Act had never passed j and that he could stale from his own knowledge, that the Bank of Scotland had no objection lo the continuation of the BUI being.permaueut, The Earl of Lau'derdale said, that the'approval or disapproval of the Bank of Scotland, bad iiothing to do with the question, for Ihey had no interest in it. It was not so with persons who had laid oSt their property in Ihe Bank for Ihe object of becomin* snbjecis of tb� country, and were now deprived of sueing as such, in the Laiv Courts of Scotland. On these grounds he would take the sense Of the House whether the Act slioiild continue in Ibrce Oile year or two. Tlie NoblCi Earl nccordingly moved ibat the word " on^" shpitid be substituted for " two." The CHAtmaXH pttt the question, when the Ameiidoient was negatived witbdat a division. The Houui resamcd,. and the Noble Chairman made his Report, lhat the Bill was agi-eed to wilh'o'ut'any amendment. The Crown Glass .Duties Bill was read the lime and pau|E;d. Mr. Brogden, and setreral other Mehib'era of Ih* House of-Cumaioits, brought tip the Court of. Exchequer (Ireland) Feeg^illtthe Jioyal. Marines MutinyiBill, the Watch and Ward Bill, aiid the Silk Maitufacltirers Regulation Bill, which Wicrri severally read � ffrSt titte. ' ' \ Adjourned. : "';iiif'- hG&se OF fcdM^ii6'Ns/+oEsSiV:^ be^liM^ t%b'tidirlbfe'^JivMingiiAidiMiM:4)m�rick;�leI!tiult E. ROroiitild 'L. O>iiimibiMt; ^ -.;.,iAjri MTr, we8')%it�"|ibs�d IhV Itwaiitirr, in^obiedience to the wishes nf a:large ndmber of his cousJitueiits, ami moved, as an aineqdmeill, that it be read the second lime this day six months. Mr. D. W. HAtiVEY supported the original motion, on SccttunI of thd great popuUlion arotiiid Cialchesier. �' AfleV'afew wurds'frtim Siir �. HaRVEY, the House divid> ed,-wbeu the numbers were-^.- For the second reading............ 182 Against it .......... 55 Majority for Ihe 2d reading.... ISt The Bill,'We understood, commilted before strangers were re-admilted into the gallery. THE QUEEN. Mr, WiLBEBFORCB rose, aiid spoke as follows :-" In conseqiience of the ferttunation of iie-(Tociiitians which lately took place, 1 think it my duty to give tiotice that I shall to-morrow submit a ntolioiitothe House on the subject."-^/fLt��dc/ieeM from all parts of the House.) � Mr. Brougham-"By the rules of tne House ray Hon. Friend's motion will tthe,Hoii. Mentber-^s, to the object of h\i tn�tioii, urad in what, course he aa�aiit.lo .pursue thtft object;.' He sisliedlo feeisure thatfAbeiHousfe wottlfl.uut be plasect in atqfs iuitoitvenient f)(tf�ltioo-by that iA�tioi];.vHe'oQUtd the Hou. .Member credit foi-the ub?ence of atiy sUqh inteii'ion, bit It wdtttd be-more agreeable if could have �,iy ilirdrmktion to satisfy them upon that point befme-hind. '. Mr'. WiLBEBFOltCE v-ry glad f'a to shape his motion as to prevent buy. liiri,i not be>trtirely'o*ertoij.ked, wliiih feeliny injiiir^! that all minor diAiCaliies should be ai>iiotuiin?, if bj' so doing general agreenient coul.l It- e-'-.i. blis'hed a" ta a ^s'lHisfairftory utlju%t'mr. He thought it a .very reasoiiable thin^ iluit f'i4 object of lhat motion ahpulil be known, iii:it i!;^ House might see how far it was or w..s imi, liii^'y to coiifusie Iheir arrapgernents. JMr. WtLBEBFORCE declined further erpliiiialioi! beyoild that which he had given, that ihf ohjt'ct of his motion wus to remove nil triflui:; Hiffi^Tiilii^s which at preseiil impeded a fair and ti.jHitdblf; aiU justment. Lord A. HamiltoH thanked his Rt^ht flon. Friend for asking the qne>tiiiii Ik? I)iini^>-ll'wns-.iiMint to put. [f the motion ofilie Hon. iMembtr required precedence, it was not too inucti fur the Hmi�(� to know the object of it, esiiecially aOer all tin-pains and discussion ali-ti-ady eucouiiler>-il n;n>ii il;.^ papers which had been put on the table. Itw-i.; reasonable to stippose that the motion tnuat li^ivf sdfhe !)ubstantial object in view wiiicli uiigiil. b" stated in a geneml way at Icusl. iMr. JsCAtl'LBTT was a toial str'.n-^'-r to ntiy gcstioii of the motion nhnonnceil. l5ot us the m')-lion bad reference toa subject which the IJoiist? va-iij possession of, he would prcBiiine iliat theci;j;-ct of the Hon. Member's iiiotioii to iniroilm i- the nsme of the Qtieeu into the Liturgy. II tins �.vfrp iiot the object dl ready, he would suKi^fst, in �;o!i-pliance with the invitation of the Hun. M::ur)"', that should be the object of it. Mr. Wilberforce could not giies* whri'. ���'^l-. the object of Hon. Members in p'esamg him lo r!^-Kclare the object of his motion. i hey appeared f > know it already, and had pointed it out to their Satisfaction. Information conUl not be the ohie";-sought^ lie afsured the Hou-e lliat his nioiinn would be socH an one as would fairly arise out of the coinmunicatiotk already made to tiie House. Mr. Brougham postponed his nuition resptciiii;^ the vacancies of the Scotch Jury Court. Mr. N. Calvert brought up the Report of the Committee on the Bridport Election,, The Clerk of the Crown was ordered to iittend to amend the reliirn to-morrow. The St>EAltER was directed to issue his wamn!; for the issuing of a new writ to return a citizen burgess to serve for Y(turliaiices i" He did not piit much faitli in the reports which had been circulated respecting the disorder of liie trcops. Lord FaLMERSTON said, that the N.lile Lord was right in uot ^attributing the dis'.iii'.mnce nhich had taken plact in one battalion ui the Foot Guards, to any drawbacks in the way of aUiiwaiiees. As to the Noble Lord's rjuestion respecting certaiii allowances for helping to protect the pej8ariat of each regimeni, liie qiiaiititiea of each article being fitrnished together with the number of hours the troops were on duty, an�l these allowances were strictly confineil to tiiose soldiers who were really on duty. If the Noble Lor