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British Press (Newspaper) - May 13, 1820, London, Middlesex NUMBEK 6440. LOJVOOiV? SATtJKDAY; MAY 13i J820 % a; KlNCr^THEATnE. 1HE Onera of TANCREDU which w�a pro. lo. diired for the first time in tliis country for M�danie Bi-llochi'ii Benefit, and 'announced by lirr. for iha.t nielit only, wilt be given THIS EVENING. SATURDdV, May 13, Aladame B'llocbi liaving cousenltid to iledfornk. the part of Tuiicredi, by general desire. End iif I he first Act, the nesr DiVertisenicnt. AflPi- the Opi-ra Ihe faV-'iiritr Bullet of LA ROSE, OU LE DEGUISEMF.NT. The new grand Ballet, entitled Cephal el Procrls, is in a farward state uf preparation^and will be speedily produced. TBB A THE. ROYAL, DIWRY-LANK. THIS EVENING. SA1UKDAY, May 13, bis Majesty's Serranls will perrorm the Tragedy of KING LEAR. Khig Lear, Mr. Keaii; Disfce of Butgiindy, Mr. M'KeCE will be apen from Eleven till Five o'clock -Places to be taken of Mr. Rodwell, Box Book-keeper, Oil Monday, Kioe Lear, with The Lady and ihe Devil.- On Tiiciiday, an Opera, in which Mr. Brabam will per-fuirr.. Oil Whit Moni^aya new'Tragedy, entitled Virginiusj or Tijc Fall 1liucliard. Flore'nce St Leon, Miss Stephens; Clot'ilde de Eiron, Miss Bfuntun ; L.ouisiin, Miis M.Tree: After which, Ihe Farce of HONEST THIEVES. Colonel Careless, Mr.Connor; Capt. .Manly, Mr. Cotner; Ahcl, Mr. Chippindale (his 1st appearance at lliis Theatre); bntliaJi, Mr. IV. Farren ; Teague, Mr. Jobnalone, Rlilh, iNliss Foote; Mrs. Day, Mrs. Davenport, Boxes 7a.;'Second Price 3s. 6d.-Pit 3s. eJ.; SecJond Price 2s.-Lower Gajlery 3s.; Second Price Is.-Upper G;il-' tf-;y lo.-j Second Price 6d. . A PnvAiB |iux may be had for tbe season, or nightly, of Sir Brnnilon, at the Box office. On Monday, Henri Qualre,Vilh Harteqaiu and Cinderella. Ou Wednesday will be produced, first time, a new Tra-grriy, calli'd Virginias, or The Librrnfiun of Rome. Oo 1'liursday will be produced, fii-el lime, a new Musical L>i'i!iiia, ill two acis, called The Ballle of Bothvell Bi-ig. i.a.ST THREE WEEKS of .mr MATHEWS at HO.ME. AT THE THEATRE ROYAL, ENGLISH OPERA HOUSE, STRAND, rjTiHIS EVENING. SA I URDAY, May 13, 1820, and on Mondays, Thnrsdays, and Saturdays, ^tiu'ii he will liave the honour of introducing his Friends to His COUNTRY COUSIN.S, And a CHRIST.MaS AT BRIGHTON, Bi'XPB, and Private Boxes, may be taken of Mr. Steven. �/ Ihe Strand Eiilniuce, fron Ten till Four, atxd at Tiiirmau's Library, 170, Bund-street. On Monday next (in consequence of repeated inquiries nn>i applications from Ihe highest rank and fashion) Mr. Malhews will be AT HO.VIE, and perform the emiiieiilly urressful Entertaiuineiits of last Season, the TRIP TO paris, with LA DILIGENCE. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY .MR. EVANS, ^1 Ms House, No.96, Pall.mall, on WEDNESDAY NEXT, Mav 17, and following Day, SfLENDlD BOOJKS, ORIGINAL DRAWINGS, .MISSALS, and GLOBES. A VALUABLE COLLECTION"of BOOKS, J'.sk. Books ofPrints, Illuminated Mitisals, with exquisite Minioiiiie Paintings, Splendid Works of Nalnral History, a .I'aii of capital Globes, &c.; including Sliakspeare's Plays, iiist iidiiion, 1623; Mus^ Fraiifois, 4 voU. in 6, brilliant nnpreasrons, chiefly proofs ; Caiiinet de Croa-Jt, 2 vols. itu't^ paper ; Galerie de Ploreuce ; Galerie iln Palais Kii-val; Le Bruu, Galerie des Peinlres Flamand. Consols �I2Q,000 2 ......10,000 Consols...... 20,flOO 4 1,000 iMoney ...... 4,000 4 ...... 500 Consols ...... 2,0D0 10 ...... 400 Coi;s .Is ...... 4,000 10 ...... 300 Coni.ils ...... 3,000 14 ...... 200 MuniY ...... 4,800 30 ...... 200 Consolo 6,000 Besides the proportion of 100.' 60i. and 161. Prizes." 'l\e Two First Prizes on the ISih of May, will receive 10,000/. Consols each. Varranted Undrawn Tickets and Shares are on Sale at the wld.established and forlunale Offices of HAZARD and Co. the Contractors, Royal Exchuuge-gate ; 26, Cornhill; and 324, Oxford-street, corner of .Swallow-sireel, London; who harfd and sold, in the last LGS, continne to he prepared and sold by the Pro-prielor, W. YODATT (late Klaiue and Touatt), Veterinary Surge.Ml, S, TJugaB-atreiH, Middlesex Hospital.-They are also s>�ld by Booaey and Sons 4, Old Brnad.streel; Bar* lh of May, it the Wew Ituunik, Han'iiver-wtaiire. The p4Hicnl�r� of the Per.>id ns 10. To be alluned half as many more biuiklees or lashes as curvls ii|> lo 150 cords. " ^ i AndaboVeloO rorilK to he allowed oiie third more brucklee'. wr l.ishes than iVfe'are rorda. For every Iff or uiidrr, more exfra................ 0^ 1 .To be alldweid 10 work backward^ and foi^ai^aiii i.  regular colsrse. If worked with � simple, cK'ra ................. 0 B From 20 lo 22i incite., 1,200 .ii- un.lir, extra ...... 0 3 From 42J til 27 inclii�,l,40rt iir under, extra ...... 0 8 If any of llir above works he made 4 threads in Ihe reed; and cut bylUc'foBiih part of a defau, to be jiaitl extra per yaril .,>...........lii..... 0 I NEW LAWsiBCKiKS, ; .PUBLISHED BY J. ANfew;--f.�tAWKE. /fhiadty is published, closely'^^.,>1tn�dai>)ncl; priBla) in "a Potifet ^olunikjJirice,*i. CLARKE'S BIULlX)^rECA LEGUM ; or, Cotflpleie Calaliiijii'e of l^jbttfodiiuil nntl'Slaliile Law BooRsoftlie tJuiled ^iHgdom;?*jiJi a((i'Accouii.t of their Dales 8>idiyi.tre>,arhiiige>l:'i.ii tnahtier, iatrrsperae^ with OtiserTaiioiis frorii the Best .X*rt��rif�� on Ihe prinrijnl' Works. .A new bdillbn, w4i1b niftrferouaaddriionfa ami Corrections Dot tubefunud tu aay^ilier Lair C.atalogtte nhir extant. ' ' ' ' By JOrtNieLARKB,W* B^tifcietler. Printed for J. and W. T. CItekc tlale W. Clarke and Suus), Law, Bouicslstler*, Pur^ug�(ritveet,'Li�co)ii's Inn. fJ JEW J>l'dfeaiinv ail tile Puintai uf.Liw argued and � determined iif llie Cuuria of King's IIr4tch,Cominou.Pleas, am) Excbei)uer,'duri(ig tiie Reign ofGeuige 111. cuulaiued in the Kepurfaiaf Auatruther, H Blarkstoue, W. Blark.iipnr, Busanquel.and'Puller, Burrow, Cowper, Douglas, Diirnlord -an* Baal, Eait, Forreal, Loffi, Marshall, Manle and Selwyii, R. Moore, New Repurti, Price, Smilli, Taunton,. Wight^ick, Wilson. \yHh Talil� uf Reference, &c. cuiilniuing the litfaslance of Sereuty Vuldmcs. By ANTHONY HAMMOND, Esq. Of the Inner Temple. London: Printed for Ji and W. T. Clarke (I'te Clarke and Suus), Law Buuksellers, Purluga|'StTeet,'LiDculu'i Liii. BANKRUPT LAW. This day ore pulilished, iu 8vo. price lOs.Sd. RACITCAL INSjl KUCriONS for Siiinff out and ^Proaerutiiijf a COMMISSION of BANKRUPT, with the beat modef'u Preceaeiirta sow in use. The I Second Edition, improved aod enlarged. �'.' By EDWARD CHTIISTIAN, of Gray's Ion, Esq. Barrister, Professor of the Lawa of the University of Ciimhiidge, and Chief Justice oj: the lale'of Ely. ' London': Priuleirfoi' J. aud W. T. Clarke (late W. Clarke and Sons); Law BuukselIerln*ii. Ion, BarriHter at Law. Oftheabove Publishers may be hull, a new-Edition of Messrs VESEY aud BEA.VlE.t' REPCJUTS ill CHANCERY, 3 vuls.royal^8vu. 31 boards. This day are published, ia uctavu, price 19� boards, THE .i'RINCIPLES OF COiNVEVaN-CINO', designed for the Use of Siudenls: with au la-(roduction'on the Stmlv o�f that Branch of Law. By CHARLES WATKINS, Esq. Third Ediiimi; wuh very coiiaidrrable Additions, By RICHARD PRE.STON, Eiq. Printed for J. and W. T. Clarke (late W. Clarke and SonsJ, Law Booksellers, Portugal-street, Linculn's-lun. This pay is published, by J. and w. T. CLARKE (late W. Clarke and Suns), Law BuoksellerS, PurlugaMtreel, Lin-Gulirs-liin,in a pocket volume, price 6s boards, ALAW GRAVliVlAK; or, Riicli,iiei,i� ofthe Law; compiled fruni the Grounds, Principles, Maxims, Terns, Words of Art, Roles, and Moot Puibls of our Law, in a qew, easy, and very concise method, for llie particular Instrucliun of Sluiieuis, ajid oiber Persons, wbereby ihey may acquire much useful aud Eleuieutary Learning in tbe Law. By GILES JACOB, Aulhnr of Ihe Law Dictionary. The Sixth Edition, carefully revised, with Additions. This day is publislie'il, in a porkri volume, price Ss. in boards, by J. and \\. T. CLARKE (late W. Clarke and Suni), Law BtMiksellers,' Porlogal-slreet, Liii'colii's-lun,- THE BARRISTER; or. Strictures 611 tlie Educslinn proper for (he Bar. iy THOMAS RUGGLES, E,q. Banister at Law. Ofthe PubliilhtTs may he had, in Hvo. {)rice 9-4. An tNTRODUCTIOiX to ibe SCIENCE of the LAW, shewing the advantages of a Law Educatiuu; by F. Ritso, Esq. 't'bis day is published, by J. 4nd W, T. CLARKE (latp W.. Clarke and Sons', Law Booksellers, PorlogaUstreel, Lincoln's Inn, in Two Volninea Bvo. price 11. 4a^ boards, THE LIKE of FRANCIS NORTH (Lord - OaiLFQRD)4jiHl Keeper of th�;Gre�t Seal under filing''Charles II. nud James Jl, wherein are inserleil the charabter of Sir Matthew Hale, Sir G. Jeffries, Sir Leoline Jenkins, and Sidney Godolphiu, and other Ibe roost emiueut Lawyers aud Statesmen of that timi?. By the Hon. ROGER NORTH. *� Mr. Hargrave terms the Writer of this Work a sensible and pleasant, but pivjudited Writer; whose Life of his Bi-ollier, Lord Keeper Nortfc, is full of inleresling anecdotes about the principal Lawyers in Ihe reign uf Charles II. and on that and other accoiiuts, detierves Iu be read by all Students of tbe Law. Law O!-' MORTGAGES. , This dsy is publi.-lied, by J. and w. T. CLARKE (late. w. Clarke and Sons), Law Booksellers, PorliigBt-street, Lin-coin's li'm, in octavo, ' ASUCCINCT VIEW OF THE LAW OF MORTGAGE^, with Select Precedents. By EDWARD COKE WILMOT.' ' Second iHdiiiuu, wilh Addilibba. This day is published, in 8vo. price Qs. boards, LAW GLOSSARY �f L-ilin. Greek. Norman, French, and other Languages, intersperseii in Ike Commentaries by. Sir VVm. Blackstoue, and Various Law Treatises upon each Brand)of lhe:PrufeBsiou,lrauslaied into Engtisfi, aud niphahclicatly arranged. By THOMAS TAYLERv l.ondon: Prinled.fur J. aod-W.t. Clarke (late W.Clarke and.Siilis), Law Booksellers; Porfugal sireet, Linrulii's lun. APPEAL CASES. Thia day ore pubirsbeil, iu royal 8ro. price 8s. EPOIl I S nt CASES tie�r.l i.i the HOUSE JLBi of LORDS, u|>on Appeals or Wrilsof Error, and Decided durifag I'lte .Seasiou 11^1$. By RICHARD BLlGH; Of L-uroln's inn, Esq. Barrislerat Lair, -^ol. L Part L-(To he cumiuued.) London: Printedfor J. and W. T. (Ilarfee, Booksel-lrrs,''PuriugHl-str�rr,'Liiiculu's-lnn.; ilnd Baldwin, Crnduck, and Joy, Paleriinsler-row. or whom may be had, in 6 vol", royal 8vu. price 6A 6�. in hoards,' REPORTS of CASE.*!, upon Appeals niid Wrfia of Error, in the HOUSE of LORI�.�,,b3 to 56 Geo. III. 1813- 1818; by P. Dow, Esq. uf Liotol.iVhibj Bjrrialei al Law. tilANCERY PRACTICE. This day is piibllshcd, by J. and w. T. CLARKE (late w. Clarke and Sons), Law Booksellers, Portugal-street, Lincolu's-Iun, in two vols. Sru. (including tbe uew Fees), price 1/. 13s. in boards, rf^HE PRESEN r PRACTICE and COSTS J. in tbe HIGH COURT of CHANCERY; with Practical Directions and Remarks for the Guidance of the Soli--cilor in the ciniliicling of a Cause, from the comn'IeneeoKut to its close; and also in conducting Proceedingsin Lunacy aud .Matters under Ihe Jurisdiclioii of the Court, or of the Lord Chancelloi-; iu whirb Ihe Practice of the Court, and particularly before the .Master, is fully explained ; containing a valuable Collertiun of uiefal Precedents,.'with the addition of Ihe Moileru Cases'-and the late Orders of Court, relative to Fees. By S..TURNER, Solicitor, ition, consid.rahly enlarged and impruret): by ROBERT VKNABLES, Est,. Fifth Edii This day is published, in octavo, price 12s. iii boards, AN ESSAY towards the ELUCIDATION of ibeLAVVof D.ESCENTS; win, �,'Appendix on th* Distribution of the P.-^sim^l EiVectsof Intestates. By CHARLES >V(iTKINS. Of the Middle Temple, Esq Barrisler nh Law, AHth�r of " A t'rea^ise ou Cniiyholds," &c. ic. Third Edition, correctW and eularge.! from the Author's Papers, aiid further augmeuteiUWith Notes uf^ll the more recently odjudjed Cases ou the Sobjeii, down to the preseut Period. ., . By ROBERT .STUDLEY VIDAL, ' Of the Middle Temple, E'q. F:S.A. llie Author's Exfrntor. London; Printed fur J. a,ud W.T. ClarKe (lale W. Clarke and Sons), Law BooHsellers; Portngal-sireel, mjr0lii''3 Inn. This dayis published, price 9�. 6d. Vol. IV. P^jt I. of . REPOiiFS nf C AS ES. Af^GO'f.D.>-nnd DETEHlMiNF-D in the VlCE-CHAKCIXLOR'S i COURT, before the Right Hon.'Sir John LWN'^ REPORTS, BY EDEN. ''"ti This day are puhlisheil, in * vols, royal SviJ, price 4/, 43. boartlii, ,}'-^ BJRPORTS Mf CASES..\KGUED >.*1 DE- ffa.TERMlXED to the; HIGH qOUJaT.'oP'CHiWtl. CERY dur;nc ihc tune jif LiirJ rhHilvw;>auyiKJt. villi a view Id ihe Uodsni PMctiee �( Caaw^riiivciuc , Ry JOHN JAtffiS PiiRK, of Uncuin's lu^sxE^ . London : Primed fur J. an'd.^tt. dinrke ('lateMT' Ciarile f' -and Sons), Law BuokseUera, Porlagal-atreet, Uariiiii^ uf tbe Co'ianiua AnWr. u�tS| or Oi.WTeyaitleea of tbe Kingilo.m. By m?4.IA.M SHBPPAKD, ^ ., Ha�l�-��rtrtd�railK;>k*ilil�o�s. , ... Tj^^-�����..^���%;�s"^^�"W�i�a. . Br JHeilAteO pnWOM, t. '^rmt'ihe additional Nyles.of liie former, Editor, �i� |na*i" libri-alty comaiunicafed tbea^'Nuiea to itierca$e Ute't.iUae' vf the present Edition. PriiiledTiw J. and W. T. Clarfce, Law B^tAweUtler, -fr^r-logsl-slrsel, Lincoln's. Inn,-  IMPLklAL PaHLIAHIENT, HOUSE OP l6rd.S, fRioAT, May il. The rollowi..� Peers loofe Ihe oaths:^The E' linuaoce Bill, whicb bad been passed by tbe Huois uf Omi-mons. . , A person froiii flie India Honse presented cert ai� fa^fs relative lo Ihe Accbuuls of the IiaSI India Corojiauf, whidt were laid ou Ihe table. FOREIGN MINISTElJS. The Marquis of LANsboWH aaiil, tfvit tft tinnf to roove, agreeahlj' lo liis notice^ for nn ar^ii^t t&Mii�'i(i-tenlion lo call iii question the prpiniely^t^ sod>tit-t> icrj^ desirable that this branch of exfieiidll tire tibott/^jW taken out of llie clitirgei) on the Civil Listi- aar'iiC-oouutof the flocluiitibn to wliiiih, fra.-ji their'nature, and thai �>f iheir C'Jtid llie Stewaid ttf n:k iiliobld be brought before PurlinmenC also. From.thia*l�ie-raent-j he .upposed, of ihe Noble E.irl'g, a mi��p-|Mrf)ietKtiH^-�eemi-d to preiraU oat - oL doora teipl^Ct-in� his (the Marquis of Landowh'e) olijecl, which he wished to correct. Il hdd been supposed tliflt he had rrcoiniiieiided the propriety of layit>fj papero before Parliaiiieiiti coiiluiniiig detailed accoilbts nf the chart^es incurred iti supporting the royal household. To advise lhii> liiid iieter been his-intention, fcr he thouuiit the aubjVct very unsuitable lor the Gonsiileradon of PuriiuineDt. With reaped to,lli�. allowances tiJ the Ambassadors lo Foreign Powers, it could not be iii Ihe power of his Majesiy^td cau�e previous estimates of ibetn to be exhibiitd, becuuMe' their amount must depeiid on the poliiir.d clrcuni-slances faf the country; but at the same time he ttiouf^ht it extremely desirable that Parliament should exercise a cor.trol over this enpeiiditure, and the vucialion of it from time lo time, Bnt to include the e:�pendilure under this head wiihin the -charges ou the Civil List, was likely to interfere wilh the urrangetnent, and disturb the compait made between tlie Sovereign and the people at the commenceraenl of the reign; anil ihevefore as he had before staled, he thought that a teparation whs very inuch to be desired. The diatincliou in thia as well as in many other ileitis, tvobld prevent tin: public from being misled hy false notions on Mim iiTiportant subject; and giiard against the sums ne-crssary for the support and dignity of the Crowu being coofouiiiled with others of a totally different nature. The Noble Lord then, movecJ, That an humble Addr.eBs. be presented in his Majesty, praying that his Majesty will'be graciou'ly pleased, to vriitr accuuuls to be laid, before the: House, of all Sal.irieti, Pen-sious, and Alluwauees, which have been made to ftiiaja Minislets within Ihe last ten years. The question was carried in tbe affirtQative with'-out any observations.' N E W. a ESTUICTIVE A CT8. The Earl of Da;$h:lex �aiti, that f�.,cls had gc-curred which shfew'e^ that.the objecltons of Noble Lords ort his side.of' i-ie'Honst to the seiies of restrictive Acts pHssed in the last Session ot Htirliii-tnent, as being iincaUedfor and niiiirreBsary, hail been perfectly vrell-founded. He had been i,i-fornied that not a single convictipn hati faVen place on offences agai/ist which penal lies had been provided in them, while there had been many convie-tiona for such offences ilnderthe old laws. To ascertain this fully, and to, put'the Hoiise in possessioti of the infortnatioiT, he 8^ki)t)ld beg^ leave to unve. That there be laid be,Riire the House a�4ci(!�>�Dl of ail coovictioiiB whkhbitye takeit pla�e gi> penal Acts of t�arliamenr, passed skice tbe 1st l>ece(l>-ber, 1819.-Ordered. . EPISCOPAL POWERS. TheOrderof itw Day having been react for the consideration pfu PVtitilm from a Clergyman of tlie JQliflcese of Exeter, nbtcb Liird HaHaud had gtten notice of presenting, 'Btid!jfer wtach the Ud by tlie Petitiotieir. With �;��pe� ''le llrtl, ifteir Lordsiiips niight, ti'nlesV'oaie flrpianalion Wfre nftered,"ju�tly liiii)ii>i:^'qhf they wre now, for il4e Krst timei