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British Press (Newspaper) - May 11, 1820, London, Middlesex or. �."" -'jfu 1 NuMbdi 5438. Lbotl; 0'Di>nnel, Mr. J.Juliiitlone (who is engaged at this Theatre); Moustache, Mr. Emery ; Gervais, Mr. Diiruset; Jocrisse, Mr. Listnu ; Pinceau, Mr. Slanchard. Florence St Lrbn, .Miss Stephens; Clotiide de Biroo, Miss Brunlon; Louisoo, Miss M.Tree. After which, the Burlelia of MIDAS. Jnpiter, Mr. J. Isaacs; Pan, Mr. fernery; Apollo, Mr. Jiuropet ; Midas, Mr. Liftton ; Sileno. Mr. Taylor. My^is, Airs. Liaion ; Dapfine, Mrs. Sterliii:; ; Nysa, Miss .M.Tree. The Doors will be opened at Half-past Six n'Clock, and the Play begin at Seven. Boxes 7s.; Second Price, 8�. 6d.-Pit 38. 6d.; Second Price 2s.-Lower Gallery Ss.; Sfcond Price Is.-Upper Gallery Is.; Second Price 6d. A Private Box may bfe had for the season, or nightly, of Mr. Brandon, at the Box ofGce. To-morrow, Shakspeare's Comedy of Errors-The Manager in Distress-and Midag. LAST THREE W^EEKSof MR. MATHEWS at HO.ME. AT THE THEATRE ROYAL, ENGLISH OPERA HOUSE, STRAND, ^HIS EVENING. IHUllSDAV, May II, _ 1820, and on Mondays, Thursdays, Biid:S�turdajB, when be will have the honour of inlioduciog. his Friends to His COUNTRY COUSIN.S, . Ana a CHRISTMAS AT BRIGHTON. Boxer, and Private' Boxes, may be taken of Mr. Sleveo-aon, at the Strand Entrance, fron Ten till Four, and at Pearman's Lihrary,. 170, Bond-street. On Monday next (in consequence of repealed inquiries and applications from the highest rank and fashion) !Mr. Mathews will be AT HO.ME, and perform the eminently successful Euterlaiumeiits of last Seasoji, . the TRIP TO PARIS, with LA DILIGENCE. Br PERMISSION OF THE LORD CHAMBERLAIN. THEATRE ROYAL, HAYMARKET. R. WEBB (l�le of l.W Thealres Royal, Covent Garden, Haymarkel, and last Season of Vstixiiall Gardens),' with the most respeciful deference, begs leave to acquaint his Friends and the Public that his LAST BENEFIT, at this Theati-e, will lake place on MONDAY NEXT, May 16, when will be presented the admired Comedy of THE RIVALS. The Part of Sir Lucius O'Trigger by Mr. Webb (being his flrit appearance in that character in London), who, in the rourse of the evening, will sing several of his most celebrated and new Irish Songs. Afti-r which, the papular Farce of THE REVIEW; OK, THE WAGS OF WINDSOR. Looney M*Twolter, by Mr. TVehb, his first appearance in that character (in London) these ten years. To conclude with several other NOVELTIES, as will be expressed in fnltire bills. Diiors to be opened at Six, and the Performa'nce to begin precisely at Seven o'clock. Tickets and Places fur the Boxes to be bad of Mr. Webb, 6, Cfbariolie-terrnce, New Cut, near the CoUurg-Theatre, L'lmbeth-marsh ; and of Mr. Maasingham, at the Box Office of the Theatre, Three Days previous to the Night of Performance. Mr. Webb begs to assure his Friends and the Publie, that t he Performers will consist of the most respectable Profes-�iunal Talent that can be procured. i Boxes, 6s.-Pit, 3s.-Gallery, 2s -Up|ier GallerV, Is. H.ilf Price, Boxes,38.-Pit, 2�.-Gallery, Is.-No Half Price li) tlie Upper Gallery. SURREY THEATRE. ''S'^HIS EVENING. THUKSDAV. May 11, 4 will be presented (85lh lime) the ucw Historical Bnr-lella, called IVANHOE; Or, THE JEW'S DAUGHTER. John, Prince of England, Mr. CliRonl ; Unknown Knight, Mr. llidgwsy; Sir Brian de Bois Guilliert, Mr. Beuguugh; Isaac of Yurk, Mr.Huntley; Waroba, Mr^Filzxilliam. Lady Kjwena, Mrs. W. S. Cbatlerley; Rebecca, Miss Taylor; lUlrica, Mrs. Brooks. 7'o conclude with (for this night only) a Comic, Heroic, Operatic, Tragic, Pantomimic, Burlesque, Burlelta Spectacular Parody, called DON GIOVANNI. Don Giovanni, Mr. Payne; Don Gnzman, and Ghost of jiiniself, Mr. Smith; Don Octavio, Mr. Leonard; Lepo-*ellr>, Mr. Filzwilliam. Donna Anna, Mrs. Bru�ks; Coo-Jtadiua, Miss Adcock. *oxes,48.-Pit, 2s.-Gallery, Is-Donrs op-n at Half-Vosl Fire, begin at H�lf-past Six.-Half Price at Half-past ei-ht. On Monday next will hp prnJnred n new Grand Histo-ciral Melo-dranie. mlied I'hr Kiii^hi of Rhodes, with other t'-nlentainmen's, being for ihe Benefit of Mrs. D bdin. Two other tJoveliii-saie in f..r�vard preparation. SADLER'S WELLS THEATRE. THIS EVENING, THURSDAY. Mny 11. the new Farce, acted for the first time on Tuesday with the greatest applause and laug^iler throegboo), en-tilled . , IHE ROSE. THISTLE. & SHAMROCK; Or, WHICH IS THE DANDY? With the unprecedentedly successful .New Melo-drame, entitled ' THE MAN OF THE BLACK FOREST. With new Scenery,'Tii'Mses, andSecdraildus, and the ori-tinal French Music of Lanosse. Plarifs for the Boxes mojr be t�ken of Mr. Sfick, �l the Box.OBice of the Tbtatre, every day from Ten liH Four �lock.. , . r ; . Ooors o))en at.Half'paat Fiy�, PsrforipaiireJfB coi�q>eBCe at Half-put'Six| to lermiaate ai Half-paci J'eu. Boxes 4i-Pil ?s.-^ialfrry'li. CENOTAPH to the VIEMORV "f her Royal Highness Ihe late PRINCESS CHARLOTTE.-As so great an interest has.beea excited irpou this subject, nnd a,s Ihe final erection of It In some public spot must b- v'l a' w�rk of lime. Mr. WVATT thinks that the EXHIBI HON of Ihe MONU.MENTAL.GROUP will b^ gratifying to Ihe Pwhlic; he itierefore begs'to inform them t^iat it is NOW OPEN to th*ir vie*, at 19, Henrietla.dtreer, Cfeveudish-square-Adinitlaoce, Oii'eShilling. ADVOWSON. TO BE ISOLD BY PRIVATE CONTRACt, APiiRPETUAL ADVOWSON. � Riiflif of I'rpspntaliou to � Pniish Chiircb within twenty miles North of London (�ul^ect to the Life of ihe present Incumbent, now abont 64), (Jf the annual value of 400/. {^urlher |>arlicul3rB may be bad on application to Messrs: Brundrrtl,!jpinks, and Reddish, Soticttu/s, Temple. ^ILKS CHEAPER THAN EVER-Benu- >^ fnl Checked and Stiripwl-Sarsncts, 2s. 60. and 3s. per yard;: White and Black Satins for Slips, 3s. ed.; best Italian Nets, is. 6s.; While Sprig Gaiizfes, 25s. 6d. the Dress ; Blaifc, Coloured, and Checked Saranels, the wide French widlli, 33.6d. Willi rich White Sstins.for Dresses; the new Crepe de Lyons, Manluas, Fleiiret de Naples, in the most lieauliful and brilliant colours; FigOred Lustrings and Satins,Taffetie�,Gro8 de Naples, Levantines, Poplins, Durapes, Shawls, Scarfs, Sec. for Ready Money only, at BROVVN's, 15, Henrietta-street, Covent-garden, the invariable quality of whose Goods is too well known to require any comment. SONS OF THE CLERGY. REHEARSAL of the'MUSIC tb be rpHE 1 performed at ihA ANNIVERSARY MEETING of this CHARITY, �vill be in the Caihedral Church of SI. Psnl, on TUF,SDAY NEXT, the lOlh, and Ihe Anniversary on THURSDAY NEXT, the 18lh of May; when a .r. .Sheriffs, Aldermen, Clei'gy, &c. by the Rev. P.OBERT STEVENS, A.M. Rector of St. Jiimes's, Garlick-Hithe. stewards: The Rev. Dr. William Chafy, Master of Sidney College, Cambridge, Sir John William Llibbock, Bart. M.P. The Hon. Bartholomew Bou- Verie. Thomas Wilson, Esq. M.P. Robert Williams, E.�q. MP. Charles Mills, E^q M.P. Robert; Dairyniple, Emj. Frederick Webb, Esq (second time), The Kcv. Henry Kipling, A.M. Yicar of Plumslead, Kent. His Riiyal-Higbnessthe Duke ^if Canibridgp, The Right Hon. the Earl of St. Germains, The Right Hun. Lord Hill, �fhe Right Hon. Nicholas Vansiltart, Chancellor of the Exchequer, The Right Hen. Sir Charles Abb.rtl, Knt. Lord Chief Joalire of the Court of King's Bench, The Right Rev. Dr. Herbert Marsh, Lord Bishop of PeterboroMgb, The Right Hon. the Lord Mayor, MP. The Music feill coiisisl of the Overture of, Esther. Mr. Handel's�rand Dettiiigen Te Deum, and Jubilate, willi the Chorns "from tlie Messiah, " Hiilleiiijah; for Hie Lord Oninipulenl re>gneth,"'an Anlbem.corapo9ed, pa piirpbse for ih� Dr. Boyce, and Mr. Handel's Grand Corona, tion Anibem. The Music lo be conducted by Mr. Oreatorex. Leader of Ihe Band (which will consist of the Members of the Royal Society of Musicians), Mr. Ware. Tlie Doors of Ihe Cathedral will be opened, on Ihe Tuesday ar eleven o'clock, and on the Thursday at half-past ten o'clock, but nu person can be admitted Without first contributing to the Charily. Tickets for the Cathedral and for the Dinner at Merchant Taylors' Hall to be had gratis, of Messrs, Nornaville and Fell, Booksellers, Bond-slreel; Hatchard, Piccadilly ; Messrs. Rivingtons, St. Paul's Chnrcb-yard, and 3, Waterloo-place, Pall.mall; nt the First Fruits-uOice, Temple; and ofCharles Brcknell, Esq. Spring Garden-terrace, the Secretary to tSe Stewards, by whom Benefactions lo this Charity will be thankfully received. ~ N.B.-The whole of Ihe Collection at St. Paul's and Merchant Taylors' Hall wUI be appropriated by the Stewards in apprenticing the Children of necessitous Clergymeu, BECKENHAM, KENT. TO BE LET, FOR A TERM OF YEARS, CAPII'AL MANSION, with the Whole __or Part of 23 Acres of excellent Meadow Land attached thereto (the late Residence of Joseph Calor, Esq. deceased), calculated for the reception of a Family of Ihe first respectability; extensive Slahling, double Coach-house, a great variety of useful Out-buildings, excellent Gardens,, and Billiard-roum. The Grounds are laid out with great taste in Lawns, Pleasure-grounds, and Shrubberies, neatly enclosed by lofiy brick-walls. , For Cards lo view nnd Parliculars apply to Messrs, Brundrelt, Spinks, and Red.lish, Solicitors, Temple; Mr. Foakes, .'Vlitcbam ; �nd to Messrs. Blake, Auclioueers, Croydon. TO BE .SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MR. EVAN.S, At his House, No. 96, Pall-mall. THIS DAY, THURSDAY, May 11, H E choicp, valuable, auJ aplewlirf'LIBRA RY of a highly distin(�hfted Amateur of Fashion, including Tableau de l� Revolution Francaise, 3 vols, plates, russia ; Campagiies de Bonaparte en Italie, the copy pre-sented by Bonaparte to Murat; O^uvres de Rousseau, 18 vols, larite paper, proofs before the Inliers, morocco; En. ryclopicdia Rrilannica, 20 vols, in russia ; Strult's Dresses, .2 vols, splendidly bound in green morocco ; Shnkspeare, by Johnson and Steevens, 15 vols, green morocco; Sharpe's British Classics, 21 vols, large paper, russia; Histoire i'nesrrly'1nipuwilile'lbat any tiling could be saved ftfrtheir fulure exigeiicte^'. The long ^ud fHithfuT feryices of ,Mr. iBussell, for a |le-rini'lof twenty years, as Cu/ale oJT, the largest anii moslpd- . piilous pHrish in'Ha'mpsbirr,, IM,iZe'al and diligence Willi, which he discharged the var'iaiM illitir^ of ijif I ardniitik and. responsible uilice, ciSnni;t liu'l be cuiisiilerrd as baving a �sfrong claim on the .ddiifiideratiap of'the Pul^lic. Il i� tlirre-fore lo be hoped, thai ffae puwerful voice of such a claim will not b'e unheard, or lh�de�|> distyesi .^f (his afflicted, family unattended lo. ^ 'Tlie iSu'bscripliulU will he inyes'led in.pntiiiFBecurilin. to form a fund, if - not�ibl�s!'fci|Siiffi�|ieiM|jM^ of (be Widow and liel^ Family, awJ anMqutuily to be divided among the Children. The contributiotM of the liamCne and eoniidernte will be received, and directed by Ihe Rev.' Dr. Ganutlelt, Vicar of. Porlsea; the Bev. t.";B. Henville, Vicar ur^Purlamontb ; Dr. Liiid ; and Ihe Rev. R. H. Cumyns, Minister of St. George's, Porlsea; and also at lite Bank of Messrs. Grants and Hick-ley, Portsmouth; Messrs. Deane tind Litlleliairs, Winchester; at the Hampshire County'N)ei�s|tBper Offices, at Winchester and Gosport; Sfessr*. Ladbrdkea and Oilman, Bank-buildings; Martin, Stone, and Martin, LonibanUstreet; Messrs. Rivin^lon's, Waterloo-place; Mr. Hatcliard's, Piccadilly; and itemirigton and Co. Bankers,' iB9, Lumbard-slreel, Louduu. siiBsbniPTKiili. �. Rev. Dri.Gauntlcn loO 0 Rev. C. B. Henville 30 0 Rev. R. H. Cumyns 20 0 Mrs Parker . - 20 0 Mr. Thresher -50 Cspt. Agnew . 5 0 Rev. James Henville 30 0 Mr. James Cartel- 5 0 Lord Bishop of Wio- . Chester 25 0 Mrs. Money - 5 0 Rev. T. P. While 5 5 RearAdm. Clements 2 0 G, P. Jervoise, tsq. ftl. P. - 25 0 Dr. Lind - 20 0 MissHuish . . 5 0 M. Greelham, Esq. 5 5 Rev. D. Lloyd - .50 Mrs. Surridge - 10 0 MissSurridge '5 (t Hun. and Rev. A. G. Legge . " - 10 0 Wm. Grant, Esq. 2 0 Mr. G. Grant - -60 Mr, Hickley . .50 Mr. G. Grant, jun. ? - 0 Mrs. Ferri? -  if 0 S. Gaselee, Esq. 10 10 Mis. Livie Miss Livie Miss J. Livie -Mr. W. Gauntlelt Mrs. Johnstone i, Johuslooe, Es^. A Friend Joseph Bradley Samuel Bradley Bradley and Brewer Rev. J. Cape Rev. Dr. Inman Rev. W. Tate Rev: A. Banting J. Fleming, Esq. M.P. 25 Mrs. Fleming Mr. Goodwill Rev. W. Duaauloy Rev. .S. Leggalt Rev. A. Lawrence 1 � 1  1 5 200 100 50 1 0 0 q. lO liev. W. 8. Baytea 1 Rev.C.PilkiirKtoa 1 Mrs. Pilkington 1 John Wood, Esq. 2 U|dy?^>;)^I>ampi�r ' '5 5 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 1 6 4 t) 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 I) 5 5 6 0 0 3 3 0 i I 1 2 .�5'' .3 0 5 1 0 � 1 6 O 0 0 AR�Y CONTRACTS. CoiiHifSAitiAT DttPARTMRMT, irnKAstiiiir CHAliBEBH, fliAV I, 1820. NOTICE is herebi/ ^iten to nil l'ers(miCavalry in Cantannienls and Qiiarlert ill '. the onder.nieatianed .Counties :- Gloucester, I Mbbmoulbj j Noclh lind 6oiltb . ,1 - , I Wal�. That the Deliveries are lo riimmence on and for the 99lb day of Jnne-ne*!: that Proposals In writit^K, lealed np and marked; " Ttnder for Jrmy Svppttu," willfce receivvd at lhj� Office, on or before Tuesday the 30tH ilay of May ijext (bWl none will be received aifier Twelve o'Ctockot* that day), and, if sent by Post, the/Poslage mtisf;he paid. Proposals must be made separately fbr'eaeb Gonutyttod Island,except for the Counties comprising-North and Sooth Waies^.all of which must be indulled in one Tendrr,ji9 illso must the supply of Meat in the Islands of Guernsey, Jersey, and Alderney; and each Projiosal must have the Letter which is annexed to the Tender properly filled up, by two Persons of known proj^erty engaging lo become bound with the Party tendering in the amount staled in the printed Particulars for the due |>erformanreof the Contract ;aiid no Proposal will be noticed unless made 'on a printed Tender, and the Prices expressed in wordsal length; and should it so happen that during the contitiuance-of Ihe Cnritract no Troops should be suppled by virliie of tlielame, the amount of the Stamps on the Conlrac(_and-Bond, paid ill the'first instance by the Contractor, shall be refunded lo hint. Particulars of ibe Contracts may be had upon application at these Chambers, between the Hpiirs of Ten and Four, and of Ihe Barrack IVfasters in the Island's. P.S.-Samples of Ihe Bread and Meal may be see|(at Ibis Office between the Honrs of Twelve and Two. PATENT IRONSTONE CHINA, now displayed .jkt No. 11, Alberinarle-�treel.-A splendid and general Assortment of PATENT IRONSTONE, CHINA, consisting extensive variMy.of Hall Jars, of the most costly'style and execution; Sideboard Vases, Lavers, Coolers, Bowls, and Fish Pools; Niche and Bracket Ufns; useful and ornamental Ink Slanils; Mantle, Toilet, Cabinet, and every otb'et-Description of Ornamental Porcelain ; also au ejilen-sive variety of Table Suits, ready for delivery, of every (quality and price; with Dessert, Uejenu^, Tea, Coffee, and Breakfast Services, &c. to match; Chamber Services; Wine Cooleis, Jugs and iVIugs, of ancient and modern forms; Drinking Horns lor Schools,.Kitchens, and Hotels; Water-colour and Store-room Equipages, Flower Pots, Uc, � The Patentees, anxious lo merit Ibe favour of llie public, take in eVery description of Oriental and European China, for matching, on the most reasonable lertns; an assortment of Earthenware, and useful Glass of all kinds) Lambeth and Hampshire Ware, MasonI' Compositioo Moclirsi-Stone itags and Mags, Egyplioit Teapota, &c., are kept fnr the convenience of the purchasers of Ibe Patent Ironstone China. The Sale of the Patent ironstone China is Icunfiued exclusively to No. II, Albermarle-slreel, and Thomas Bailey's (late Neale, Bailey, and Neale's).original China, Glass, and SlaQurdshire Warehouse, Si. Paul's Church-yard. None is genuine but such as is stamped " Mason's Pateul Ironstone China." TO CHURCHWARDENS; OVERSEERS, &c. This day was published, price 5a. 6d. sewed, Ibe Third E'lilion of . THE CHURCHWARDENS and OVERSEER'S GUIDE nnd DIRECTOR; written and ar-ranged for lbs Use of Parish Officers and others^ desirous of acquiring Parochial Information; on an entire new system, in which every branch of Parish Business, and other matters relating thereto, auil Ihe various Duties of Parish Officer*, are familiarly and minutely explained. ffy J. ASHDOWWE, Member of the Honourable Society of Lincolii's-Inn. Printed forG. and VV. B. VVhitlaker, 18, Ave-Maria-lane, London. Of whom may be had, by Ihe fairie Author, The PARISH OFFICER'S NEW ALPHABETICAL REGISTER; shewing Ihe Names uf'Paupers receiving occasional or permanent Relief, whether residing in Ibeir own Parishes or elsewhere; price 3s. 6d. sewed. THE CHRONICLE OF THE TIMES. Tbia day ispubliabed, in a Itiick and closely printed volume, royal 18mu. with a Cbarl, price I5s. in boards, THE CHRONOLOGY of the last FIFTY YEARS, from 1770 lo 1820; prefaced by one of the moslample general Chronologies extant, from Ihe earliest Rf cords down to 1770. This will prove lo be one of the most convenient and useful Books of Reference ever published, nod sooner or later it must find its way into every public Library, and iiito the Book-case uf every private family. The Period of Fifty Years has been chuseu, as being the terq uf an active Generation, within which events continue to operate On the affairs of the world, wid on the interests of individuals, and during which they are, therefore, in ijie bighesi degree inUrestiug lo the reasonings and recollections of coutem-porariesi Printed for Sir Richard Phillips and Co. Bridge-street; and to be bad of W. Sams, SI. James's-streel; and of all Booksellers. Of whom may be had. Dr. ROBINSON'S MODERN HISTORY,from Charlemagne to Ibe Accession of George IV. with 36 Engravings; 8s. buuud. CONTINENTAL GUIDES. The following New and Portable Books, with correct Maps, Plans, Viewx,. j;c. are. just published for the Use of Trarellei'a on the Cpulinent: FLaNTA'S NEW PICTURE of PARIS. 8s. bound, with.Custiimes, 1 Is.-Krichard's Itinerary of Prance and Belgium, Sn-bound.-ReiEhard?8 Itinerary of rlandj 8s. boaad.^Bbel's Atlas ' of Swilzerlaod, with Keller's Map, 8s. balf.bottud.-Gentis' . Manuel 'du Voyageur,. three Languages, .English,' French, -and Italian, 6.i. -6d'. bair4iuund.>�Di(to. in afs Lsngwages, English, Freuch, Italian, iSertnau,'Spanish, and PurlUgnese, - t�s. ftd. halr-t(nnnd.-^.BIagdou's French Intei;p.reler,. Ss. 6d. . hair^boond.-WhiUker'a Modern Frenck Grammar, 6s. 6d. , balf^uud-KuBberR*sNew Piclurf 9f :Brusseis, and its .Eaviruns, .8s. buundw^Art �f ;Correspulld^tt^,.,6s.~;.h�if-bound,--Calalp�r^e of the Picliii^es iu llie,)Ui��yre,l48,ioards, &a> boaDd.--A large Map oP. s.nce, 'be1gKtia,y Wbiiaker, 8s. bunnd^Toiurist's Jourusl, 2k. 6d. PrioiediStr Sta^mA iKifh, 18, Straod. This day is p.ublii)bed, handsomely printed in oue voliiuia octavo, price in boards lOs. 6J. THE GUEaT E5�E\1FLak of sajvc-TlTY.desrribejl in the LIFfeand DEATH i,y sales hiiving occurred -worlby of nolice; 100 bales East luist Tobacco were sold by auction on Thursday, 1^. to Ijd per lb. Since our last we have had but II ft h; demand fur Wh.-al, and prices have remained withunt any material alleraliuu. On Mouday,700 barrels Ameiican'Flour, iit bond, were offered by auction, but withdrawn fur want of bidders; from 409 lo 500 hariVIs have since been disposed of at 28s. beuu; a decline of 2�. per barrel from the prires previously |hhU. There has been'felore inquiry for Quercitron Batk, and sunic smalt lots have been sold to the trade, ruiisistltig 6f ordinaiy New Yurk 148 Bd. and fair PhiladiIphia 16�. GJ and t7s. per cWl. Turkey Madder Roots ate oHenn/ at 63s. per Bwi. bni at this price there p�rchaatr.-e-lB/lrriife�dTer. ti^e^ for lo-murruw. St. Donnng6 Coffee ia ealtabtc at the 'q^uotairoit.  ' ' ' ^ . � -i , Tbe B. P,j8V�ar i^atketXemsins ia 1be:ta�ie slaleM Ss-(ore 'tK;|V�bHc Si^W Etnt'ln^wrwcrebrovclX furVard .t|t:d)liVVonU�Hii('xbi(ay of ordiaaryhfirwv quality, 1 which'wsj'takeriitti'lik ^>l< brought full rricct. ;