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British Press (Newspaper) - March 6, 1820, London, Middlesex � -1. B;r' TH^AVHii.mYATTi DnvRy-hAJfu: ; ; rf^HIS EVENING, MQNDAY. ;W^.Vc|i'^^ [Ftfojnltd.cri.a priivc>Pi�,t4.�nt{?{;))�:,iii^.j[fap Jiil new Nb^e) of Jlie principal; Gh�McJt(rg |5r,MsiS''^'|tei^ni Foole,. Pope; Pow�n, Hamhlji,'T^ley^T^fcaofeiJ^Qft^enxi fbompaunj HMfV; Mnrgfr. , . , ' A(Yer nrliith, 34th time, jw-entirely new Comie Pantomime, , -'. ,  . called JApC itjfD THE ;BEAN�^TALK; . Or,-ftAltLEQUlNVAND. TH,e QGRE. . Tb� 04nfe;^!?iV;tf�i)JWii^ Jack, Miss lc^nin,'-Mr. B�n, Mr. Soulhby. JacVa'Molh'^, M>'�- Pearce..; Jsn^tla (arieirwanli GolHrnbine), j!Ji�f Tree; Arpa, GtniiiQenMia of jIib H-nrp, Miss E8�ordgj-Nign^Ogw> Wfe^dElfiAISenipfl, Mr.Me^ A grOtesqiie Pas DeuK, by JHestfgi Bpl^qa^d jSojrthby. A Pa�.!i�i>;.%,MiM;'&e�s , , i-.v! " � ^ '�T*t)��nf;$IIJ- be o.peJ>i^ �![. HiJRpMt SitoM3�:*?aJffe Second Price' 3�. 6d:-Pit 3s. 6.1.; Second Price 2�;-;lflflrcrOaUery 2s.; Sesltf(V every rveninj. To.TOuri'Ow, the ortv musical Drama of The^ Antiquoryj MADAMF. MARA'S NIGHT. "ADA.VJjE MAK.A respeclLilly informs ibe ____Nobility, Gentry, and-Ihe Public in general, llinl her CONCERV, io the King's Theatre, will lake plare on THURSDAY, March 16. Further particulars will be au-nimnced in future advertisemrnls. Box.r.'" .-iBil Tickets to be had at the Opera Box-Office, where daily^atteodance will be given from ten itU four. R. PU B LrlC are respect fully informf-rl; a. that Ihry will again find .Mr. MATHEWS AT PU.IIE .It Hie Tite.ilrc Royal, Enirlish Opera-Hnn.'e, S'raHcl. on THaf{.SD.4Y and SATURDAY NEXT,. .Ilarch 9 aiul II, 1820, whrn he will have the hooiur to repsat bis Annual. Course of Lectures on CHARACTER, MANNERS, and PECULIARITIE.S, 1iy inlioducine his Fiieurf. �o his COUNTRY COUSINS, and Hie SIGHTS of Lt�NDOi\'. Songs.-" Country Commissions"-" White Hors? Cellar" -"Oh, what a Town,'what a wonderful Metropolis!"- " Epsom Itices"-" The Mill (Anglice), a I'ighl"-" Z�-rhary Flail's description of London"-" The Rout; or, I.ady Ftdgpt ' At Home*." Part Third.-Exhibition of the Mnlliplicalion Table during a CH.IfSTMAS at BRIGHTON. Solution of tlic Mysteries of Four liuifs Five by the juxtaposiliua of Fiijures. The whole being embodied and animated by Mr. Ma-theiv�. Donrs to be opened at Seven, and the Performance !o begin at Eight o'clock. Boxeii, Places, and Piiv.ite Boxes, may be tnkcn of Mr, Slevenson, at the Boxoflice, Strand Eiiirance,.froni Trn till Four; and at Fearman's Library, 170, New Bond-street, opposite Burlin�;lon-gHi'deji9. ADELPH! THEATRE, STRAND. FOR THE BENEFIT 1>F THE THREE MISSES DENNETT. r|^BIS EVENING, MONDAY, March C, SL will be produced the favourite Ballet, composed by My .St. Albin,called L'AMOUR. " Piincipaf ChorarleiB by .Mr. St. Alliin, MissAyltIt, Mr. W.iilniurii, Mr. Daly, Mr. W. Kirby, Misn Walton, and ihe MiswB Dennett, who will Dance the favourite WALTZ ariu'ALLEMAN DE, from FuriunaiuR, and ihe Iri-h Medley Dance, to (he tunes of " .St. Pal'rick's Day"-"Garry 0>�en"-" I was the Boy'-"faddy Carey" and " Kiily of Colcraiue." With (for the lllb time), an entire new and romantic melu-dramalic lUtrletta, in three Acts, called IVANBOE; OR, THE SAXtt.N CIIinF. Shxoost-Cedrlc (the Siixou), Mr. Campbell; Ivanhoe flii> (.''ster to Odric),, Mr. Wilkin-�on; Locksley (an oullamil l.eailer of the Greenwood Men), .Mr. i. .ItMies; .inierk of Copeuhurst, Mr-John Retve ; Page (.with a �olig), ^''"� La'ar;,..aiid ((^difvl^ niy.lioui-^ud alteniiuH ;ld an acl'iveand fuitbful discharge of the importaut trusts tomr  nitled to my care.  � ' ' ' . f ; I have the bn��r . , , . uj.V'V TO THE WORTHY AND INDEPENDENT LIVEHK Vm'ir TiHpre Foreuoiin, In cooshler'nf � DIYLUEND; when tbr^e will; he snhmilteil to the ciMniiileratittO-of-4lie'Pro|i��torB the expedienrv "f presenting an ADDRF^SS of mxl, for the EI.EC'I'ION of TVVEN lY. FOl^R Dili ECTOKS (which will alMi he one of the CJuailcrly Courts appninlert by the Charter), and the Elecli.m nf the Twenty four Direclora will he declareil us soun as the Scrutiny is uvcr. Printed Lisls of the Proprietors having votes will l,e ready to be deliver* d at llic Bank on 'J'bnrsday the 23rl iii.^Lant. ROBERT BEST, Recrelsry. N B,-By an Act passed in the stventli year of the rfi:rn oT lii-i late .Ma.icsty, no person wilMie enlilert in vole at ihe filiii Election wlio.shall iiol hare been .Six Culeiidar .Moiillirt ptisscfsed, io bis own riglil, of tiie Stuck fur which be shall then give his volt-, unless the said Stuck shall hare been ac-quirri'.,i WJ.ilJ!.iF�:�nwed�ii�1r�^^ French rj(iSfS;"iiB^i' Wfihci to 'pi�H^i|fei^i^iiiiitis' muiaf of llie firjt JC,a3ii#Jtoiiriling,Scho"%5^!i*^^ iin,d Io aryrtBlum Jirrselft't.if^eaifhin^ for o riniitcitn.umbef of'hiiiVra. ill llie day. 'r/S(itr.Bsii&�i*ii,f ii niiV the nbjeot^and 'tlieipiWbiiliqtieSlibitiibt^^t^ri^^ro* rai^ lic.giveii,' Iter jfrieBul WiU'expcrf ber tfl be tffV^-^ITJlit.atJeiition. , L fj-nitfS.^Miil pnia, iiklW Y.; nt the Office of �liiii;P.api.ri- �ill d��iJt�agj5HB niTION ATlTtSTS, ..r;C'?�tii..... (BjiOnle^, ^ ; , - � -1 5 J^iiH YOUNG; Keeper. , Admis-siun ls;--.jCM!i^i;op. Ls. .1. OPE^ l^AILYVf.o,^^;|;i|. iliSfll^jll,uriiitig till Five. KORSE,'i�hd Pietoreu' of- liRA-pH' Off CHUI.ST REIECTEIJ, under Hm! imimadiate^ Patronage nf HIS MAJESTY,at No. 125, Pail-mall, near CnVllon Palace, every day, from Ten till Five.-Adiniliaiice Is.-Catalogues 6d.eafh. CHARLES SJIART, Sreretary. This day was published, in 8vo. price 12s. bound, a .New Edition, of UlNTI! MOUAIll FLATCI OPEUA.  Interprelalione el Notts ilhitiravit l.UDOVICUS rjliSPREZ. Carflinatitini Sucini^ an Rhetor cmpriiu**, juasn C'lirisliaiiissiini R-gis, in usun^ serrnissimi Delphini, nc seieiii'ssimiirniii (mncipum burBUudia:. An.lium, et Bitu. ricnm. Huieeditinni aece��ere vtta H.iralii cum D'aceiii nulis, ijusdem chronologia.iHoraiiuiia, el pra;fatio de Satira R'lmana. Editiu vigcsiiua seeuiida, priuribus lunge emends lior. Einpcnsis F. C. et.J. Riviiigton; Sralcherd et Co.; Larft. ingtoti et (Nl. : Lnngman el Co ; Cadell et Davies; W. Ginger; J. Richaidson; J.'M.; J. Mawmau ; Harris et. Fil; Boosey eti.Fil; E. Wi|lianis; Baldwin et Co.; g. el W. B. Whitlaker; Sherwood et Co.; J. Robinson; O^lc et Co.; Stmpkin el Co.; cl R. yaumlers. ELECTION LAWS. This day is published, in 8vo. price 15s. boards, U-E LA VV �,vl I-- It A C T 1 C E ELEfJTIONS. By FRANCIS NE^yMAN ROGER.S, Esq. Of Lincoln's Inii, Barrister at Lsw, of ObjeclMioa to Voleii at Elec-lions for Cities, iiorougbs, &e. Bribery and Treating. Inleily'rence at Elections. Duties of Returning OiBcers. Proceedings from the ifisnio^ the Writ to Ihe Return. Ineligibility to Parliament, Disabilities of Yiiters. Occasionalily and aplRling Vutra. Objeclion�! Id Votes arising at Cunnly Eleclions. With Analylical Tables, and a Copious. Index. London: Printed for 3. and W. T. Clarke (late W. Clarke and Sonii), Law Booksellers, Portugai-slreel, Lincoln's-lnn. Of whom mav be had, hi 8vo. pricre 1/. Is. hoards,. A COI.Le^CTiON. of A,CT.S relative to COUNTY and BOROUGH ELECTlttNS; by Jolm Disney, Esq. Bairis-ler-.Hl-Law. la Kvu. price. 7�, ilion covering Toulouse, on Ibe 10th April, V814. MILITARY PRO.WOTIONS. War Office, Mttrch 3, 1820. Ist Regiment of D.ajunn (inarris-General Francis Edward Gwyn, from 22d Light Dragoons. Io be Colonel, vice Sir David Dnndns, deceased-dated Febpnary 19, ISiO. 11th Regiment of Light Dragoons-Cnrnet William Wymer, fiool 22d Dragoons, vice Arthur RI'Ally, who exchanges- dated Seplernlier 1, IH19, !4ih dillo-Quarlermasler Jo|vn Houghton, from 251I1 Light Dragoons, to be Qnartetmaster, vice Henry Smith, who exchauffcs-daJledFebruary24, 1820. 15th dillo--Ramsden,.G.ent,,to be Cornel by purchase, vice Elton, promoted-dated February 24, l8iD. 17tb Ditto, To be Cornets without purchase-Ensign Arthur Dilzell, from 45lh Pool, vice W. Marriott, promoted in 67di Foot-dated July 18, 1819; Archibald Edmund Bromwich, GcnI.vice Nixon, deceased-dated February 17, 1820. 22d Ditto. To bc'Lieirtenanfs--Cornet John Bebb, without purchase, vice Tannlnn, deceased-dated September 3, 1817; Lieu-teuant Robert RohisoH, from 24tb Ftml, vice 51'Kenzie, who exchanges-dated August 20, 1819. To be Cornels^ Cornet Arlhnr M'Cally, from 11th Light Dragoons, vice U'ymer. who exchanges-dated September 1, 1810; Frederick W. E. Barren, Gent, wiibnul piircbase, vice IJavis, dcreaseh Pyiii JlobDiloti, from hilf- pajr 3d W�st India Regiment, to be Lieutenant, vice John Leavacb, nJio ^exchanges, receiving i^e differebce-dated February 17, I92�l. 22d ditto-Lieutenant Jiimes Crngter Id be Captain of ii Company, bf purcfiasr, vice Lay, who retjreS-dated I'e- bruary 24, T820. Ensign pdwaid Btitfer to be Licnlennnf, without pnrchnM, vice Cr.isler-daled February B4, l�S:n. To be Ensigns-Ensiga Felix V. Smith,,from 8Plb Fool, vice Forbes, who exchanges-dated June'2i), 1819; John Bluhmfield Gougli; Gent, iite Bullcr-^datcd FcbraarJ' 2,4, 1820. 24ib Dillo. - To he Lieulennnls-Lienienant Georce Berwick, from the ^th Light Dragoons, vicfe Smith, np|Kiioled Adjutant - dated December 19, J818; Lienienant Thomas M'Kenzie, from 22d Light'Draijoniis, vice Ilobisnn, wlio exchanges- dated August 20, 1S19; i^osign Peter Dure, without purchase-dated August 21, 1819; To he UnsigiiB without purchase.-Schnoff, Genl. vice Chamberlain, deceased-dated tVlirna'^ 1, 1820; Oenrjfc Prioklaml, Gent, vice-Dore-dated September I, I819i TO*dWIn-Captain EHwaril-JoirlFfia'S'fi^^yr from lialfi .l'sj*5f''G�ivi�-Royal Ve-tcran Battalion, vice DufT, whose appoialmeOI bas Ml taken place-dated November 1,1819. BREVET. Major Honourahle Frederick CatfaeaVti of 2d^,aggont, to be LUutCDant-Colonel in the Acmy-dftt^^,ternary 34, 1820. ^ ^ To be Majon in thf Army-�CaplBiii� WiUiiiiii%dw&rii Frye, 4tfa FVral~dalrd Aotust 13, 1�I9'} "ixl fo^^ SttfMy Cowell, Cbldilream Foot Guards-dalM -I:'eb|aB^j 17, isto.. . ' ' I, GARR!SQ,NSi v ; . , .G�neral Sir Sahiuf 1 Hulse, In ll Lfghl Dnigooiis has m.t taken place. The appointment of Assisfont Smjeon R Grpts, from S2d Dragoons, lobe ASsislant-Sorgeoo 671 li Font, has-not laken place. . - j - Deputy-Assistnnt-Commissary.Genera! Jsnics Pl'iltip's fws �been dismissed the Service, in ronsrqiience of having misapplied niimey inlrusled to him by Otficei'S, iiinier wlioovjie was serving, . . , , . , Loiiihin nnd Weslminslcr Light Horse VDlnnlerrs. ^ Cornel Willisfti Men V W bt-^i.irnit-.i^n'l^^-Tict lirenf,-�Jho - reaipisi-dntvil Febrnary 22, 1800. Lesiptk Peach Wilson, Oeul. �o be Cgrijct^^'vice Merry- dated as above. , � Commiaibni tifineH by ilir T.ofd TJentcTmnl Of.thaVcvll'jf of Hereford. William Preece, E-q. lobe Deputy-Lieo'cnJlpt, vice ^y a If, deceased-dated Oclohff 19,1810. ' ' ' Herefordshire Regiment of-Militia. John Lucy Scuilamore, Esq. to be Captain, vice Lcchm.crc, rcsi-.{iied-dal�d August 20, 1819. ' CommUnim in the Slaffnrdshire Regiment' of Yenronary Cavalrvi tiyved by the Vice-Lieuicncnt of ike 'Ceu-rtlif of Stafford. William Slubbs, Gent. Io he Cornel-dated Fcbiuai-y 2G, - 1&20. ; BANKRUPrClES ENLARGED. Saville Smith, of .Slaylry, Chester, cuitini s;iirnrr, fr.itn March 21 to April 15, at twelve, al the White iSeir far, Manchester. John Wire, lile of Colchester, Essex, grocer, from M.-:^-U 7, ?o March 16, lielweeo eleven aud one, dI Ihe Fleece loo, Colchester. BANKRUPTCY SUPER.SEDEO. George Geddes, fiirmerly uf Liverpool, and now of Strom-ness, Orkney, NocJh Britain, lotrchanl. BANKRUPrS. Joshua Littlewood, nf Alancliealer, dealer and rbapmao, to surrender, March 17, 18, and April 15, at nine, :il tin: Bi idgewaler Arms, Manchester. Atturneys, Messrs. Appleby and Sergeant, Gray's Init-iiqnnie, London; and Messrs. Clarke and Whileliead, Mauchesicr. Charles Glover, of Brainlree, Essex, linen-draper. In sni -render, March II, 14, and April 15, at line, at Guidliilil, Loadou. Allorney, Mr. Butler, Cornhill. Thomas Freeman, of )i,lw^v ApriTre, St eleven, at Ihe Rein Deer IiinT^vurcester. Alt�.-neys, Messrs. Welles and Dickens, Worcester; and .Mr. James Plait, New Boswell-cuurt, Lincoln's-iun, London. John Sidney Smith, of Brighlhelmslone, St-sscx, drii^ In surrender,. March 17, 21, and April 1 5, nl ten, nt Giiil..'-hall, London. Attorney, Mr. Tucker, Barlle1l's-buildiug>, Holborn, London. ^Villiam Flear, of Tnruagain-lanc, Fltrt-markrt, Lonilon, painter, tu-surrender, March 14, 28, nod April 15, nl ten, al Gnililhall. Attorney, Mr. U. Jones, New !m>. Edward Ashley, of Liverpool, sailmaker, to snrreiidrr, March 17, 18, and ApriL 15, al one, at I'.ieiSeoige Inn, Liverpool. .'. Attorneys, Mr. Maiigliain, Gieiil Si. MeUns, London ; and Mr. Rowliuson, IValer-sliecl, Liverpool. William Henry Barnard and Charles Barnard, of Liverpool, merchants, to surrender, April 5, 6, and 15, nl one, ,ut the-Gtoige Inn, .Liverpool. -Aiiorneya, .Messrs. Orred ami Lowe, Liverpool; and .Messrs. Lowe and Buwer, Sonihanip* Ion-buildings, Chancery-luiie, Luudun. , . James M'lolire, of I'enby, Pembroke, cattle and spirit dealer, to snrreiidrr, March 15, 16, and April 15, al eleven, 3t the Castle Inn, Haverfordwest. Attorjieys, -r?1essrs. .Williams, Ililliai-^,aridlla3liug8, Gray'i-lun, London; and ."dr. Vi'illianiB, Haverfoi-dweBt. Samuel W-jrd, of Boston, l.incolH, inillwri-hi, to surrender, March 17, 18, and April 15, al eleven, at rlieAneel Inn, Boston. Allorneys, Mr. Walker, .Spaliling - and Messrs. Lodington and Hall, Secondaries Office,TeKiple, Loiirtun. Henry Chesmer, late of Broad-slreei-linildings, Londin, but now of Brompton, Middlesex, mercbanl. to surrender, .�VlarcS 14,25, and April 15, al twelve, al Guildhall, London, Attorneys, .Messrs. Allisiou and Hundleby, FreeuiBii's-com i, Cornhill, London. ' Geoige Poller, of Poplar, Middlesex, grocer, to surrender, March 11,18, and April 15, at twelve, at Guildhall, London. Allorney,Mr. West, Red Lion-Slreel,.Wapping. DIVIDENDS. March 27. E:M-ddleton awl T. Dyson, of Bcveiley, York, merchants, at eleven, at the Tiger Inn, Beverley. March-27. J. YoifasJ,'of Carlisle, Spirit-merchant, at eleven, � at the Coffee-house, Carlisle. April 1. J. Prilcbard, of Bristol, grocer, at one, at the Commercial-rdoms, Bristol. March 25- W. Warns, noa or lale of Great Queen-street, Lincoln's Inn-fields, Middlcsix, beot-maker,.,at eleven, at Gnildhalt, Loudon. March 25. J. Heining and E. Hornhlnw, of Bfishopsgate. -.slreel, London, jewellers, al eleven, al Guildhall. April 1. J. Howell, of Sl- Marlin's-lane, jMiddlesex, builder, ateleven, at Guildhall, London. March 25. T. C. Harman, of Wisbeach, Cambridge, linen-draper, at ten, at Guildhall, Loirdon. i> March 21. W. Bolton, of Bury-Mveet, Wealminster, ii!u�>- ber, al Iwelite, at Guildhall, London.-|- April 6. E. Robertson, of .Manchester, cotton-spinner, at nine, at the Star Inn, Manchester. CERTIFICATES.-MARcn 25. A.Dick and J. Morrison, lale of Sl. Catlierine's-sqoare, East Smilhfield, Middlesex, ale and porter-rnerchants-J. live-sey, of Farnwortb and Greslolee MilN, near Biillon', Lancaster, paper-maker.-R. Brain, nf Bilton, Gluuresfer, dealer.-R. Rowland, of ihe Strand, .Middlesex, linen-dnipe.-. -J. Lee, uf King.sireel, London, warehouseman'-J. Pick-ixinrn, nf Norlb-slreet, City-road. Middlesex, drng-grinder. _L. Jacobs, of Nossau-slreel, Middlesex Hiispital, Middlesex, glass.dea.ler.-P. BaU, of Worcesler, liup-meichaul. -C. Smith, late of Plymouth, linen-draper. PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. : S. Gill, and C. Shearer,of Church-lane, Cummercial-road, Middlesex, October 18,1819.-J. Birkell, and E. Selwletield, of Walling Slreel, Londoii,Maii'chesler-warehonsemen,Miitrh 2, 1820-A. Taylor and J. Papineao, of HaVl-streel, Crutcbed-Friar*, Loiidon, statidneis, Febrgary 23, 18201-W. Baliock andj. Holt, of Leather-lane, Holburo, Loadon, February 28,. 1820. , v ... PRICE oiTsirGAR. ,'.^ The average .price of Brown or .Museovat^o SuJiar','p>m'.-puleil from the Relnns made in the'week eninhg tlie-: 1st day of Masck 18e�,'l� 34b. 7id. pci('liuudl�di -^elgbU ejt- ;