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British Press (Newspaper) - May 29, 1820, London, Middlesex Number 5453. LONfiON, MO!NDAt;^-MAY 29, 1820 NEVER ACTED. THEATRB-ROYAL^ DRURY-LANE. THIS EVENING, MONDAY. A1�v 99, l)is'� ServanU will perform (first limr), a uf u Tragedy, cafleil . i VIRGIMUS; Or, THE FALL OF THE DECEMVIRI. . Virginins, Mr. KeanA|ipiu9, Mr, Rne j^IVIiiiutiiis Mri Fope; IciliuB, Mr. Peiiley ;'Horaliuf, Mr. nnrRiiriJ; CIhh. dius, Mr. Hambliii; NumiluriiiB, Mr. Powell; Miirriis, Mr. Thompson. Plaulia, Mrs. Glover ; Virginia, Mrt. H'est. . After which the Farre of WHAT NEXT? Colonel Touchwood, Mr. Dowton; Major Toiichwooil, Mr. Harley, Mordauot, Mr.Vinins:; Colonel ClilFi.rd, Mr. Barnard; Sharp, Mr. Knii^ht; Snasrss ^'iiiryii>^ their commands at the Box Ollice, ... KING'S THEATRE, OPERA-HOUSE. THE ONLY NIGHT OF THE SEASON AT PLAYHOUSE PRICES FOR THE BENEFIT OF MR. KELLY, STAGE. MANAGER. THIS EVENING. MONDAY, Rluy 99,' will be performed, in two acts (compressed), Mozart's highly popular tnd celebrated Senii-'Seiiu Opera of IL FLAUTO MAGICO; OR, THE MYSTERIES OF LSIS. Paminai, Madame Belluchi; Tamino, Signor Bianchi; Snrastro,Signor Angrisani; Papageno, Signer Ambrogetti; Moiiostalo, Signor Plachi; Demofontes, Signor Romero; Astrifi.iminti, Signora Corri; Papagena, Signura Mori. End of the first act of the Opera, an Asiatic Pantomime Ballet,in one act, enlilled LE BAZAAR; OU, LE POIRE El SMIRNA. The Bashaw, Monsieur Lc Choque; the Marchand des Eiclarcs, Monsieur Boisgeiaid; the Chief du Serrail, Monsieur Le Blonde. Afler the Opera will be performed, the petit English Comedv of BLUE DEVILS. On which orcasiou Mr. Elliston kindly comes forward to perform the pari of Megrim; and Miss Kelly that of Aiinetle. The whole to conclude with the much-admired grand Ballet of ADOLPHE ET MATILDF; OR, THE PUPIL OF LOVE. Boxes 7s.-Pit 3s. 6d:-GalUry 2s.-No Money to be returned. *�� Box Tirkela admitted to the Box-doors only. Tjekets and Boxes to be had of Mr. Kelly, No. 23, Great Russell.slreel, Covent garden ; and at the Opei-a-Oflice in lire Hay-market. Foil THE BENEFIT OF MR. LISTON. THEATRE ROYAU COVENT-GARDEN. ON WEDNESDAY. June 7, 1620. will be acted the musical Drama uf ROB ROY MACGREGOR; OR, AOLD LANG SYNE. Rob Roy Macgregor Campbell, Mr. Macready; Bailiie NicolJeivie, Mr. Liston. Diana Vrniun, Miss Stephens. At the End of the Play" A Peep at my People," a Poetical Address, to be spoken by Mr. Liston, in the character of Quern Elizabeth. After which will he revived, the Musical Farce of THE POOR SOLDIER. Patrick (positively for this night only), Miss M. Tree. Darby, Mr. Liston. TictelB and Places to be had of Mr. Lislon, 27, Solio-square; and of Mr. Brandon, at the Theatre, where Places for the Boxes may betaken. SADLER'S WELLS THEATRE. Three last Nights of The Man of Ihe Black Forest. THIS EVENING, MONDAY, May 29. To-morrow, and Wednesday, the new and spiendid Persian Comic Pantonaioie, called THE YELLOW DWARF; Or, HARLEQUIN KING OF THE GOLDEN MINES. King of the Golden Mines (afterwaids Harlequin), Mr. Bologna; Azor(Ki tig fif Persia,.nflcrwanisPantaloon). Mr. HanirS; Grim (Esquire to the Kiiij of the Golden Mines, ftetwards Clown), Allfaiv (Princess of Persia, HfleiwardsColtimbine), Mi�i ValL-iiirey. Amongst the Scei  y will he exhibiud a View of Westminster Abbey anil the' House uf Lords, where will be introduced a seriis of Moving Figures, in sppropi^iale^us-inme, to convey an idea of the GRAND CORONATION PHOCESSION, with Ihe manner of the Champion's performing Ihe Ceremony of Ihe Challenge. In Ihe course of the Pantomime, a new Song, by Mr. Gri-majdij called iflndoh CUeali; or, There never was lucb Times. ' To which will be added Ibe uqprecedeotedly popular �od succesxfnl Melo-drame of THE MAN OF THE BLACK POREST. Boors open at Balf-pait five, Perforraance to eonmeace at Half-pasl Six. Places for Ibe Boxes may be taken pf Mr.Sluck, �l Ibe Box-Officeof the Theatre, every day from T�D till Four o'clock. PUcei kept till Seven. , Boxes 4t-Pit &a.^aliery li. On Thursday next will be prddoced a n** Melo-ilnMne, entitled TheRiwl Heroes, Charles Ibe Twelfth ami FUer ttie Great. MR, GLOVER'S EXHIBITION ofOlX and WATER CQLiDUR PAINTINGS IS NOW OPEN, al the Great Kooms,, IG, Old Bond street, opposite Stafford-street, from Nine till Dn-ik. Adniillaure Is.-Catalogue hain. Upon examination and trial Ibis Liuk will lie found lo possess Ibe above very considerable advania^^cs ; the aoiioii being simple aud certain, il cannot lull lo disHinige iiself wiib the nifnost velocity in the most tempestnnus weaiinr; and those objeciions which generally attend olber ."Magazine Locks are completely avoided in llii.s. .The Flint Loi k on the best cons'rnclion. Agent-JOHN DUST, Gun-maker;201, Strand, London IMPROVEMENT or ROADS. &c. This day is publiuhed^ price Ss. THE IMPROVE.VJEN r of ENGLISH ROADS urged dniing the Existing Dearth of Employment for the Poor. London: Printed for the Author, and sold by Simpkin and Marshal, Stationers'conn ; R Sloilart, 81, Slraiid ; Wm. .Sams, St. Jame.s's-streel; and Win. Fearnian, Bnnd-alreel. Printed for J. J. STOCKDALE, 41, Pill-mall. This day is piibli-lied, 1. rpHELASr MONIH IN SPAIN; or, M_ Wretched Travelling ihrvn!>h a Wretched Country, 1 vol Map and 14 coloured Prints, price Ss. 2. BILLETS INTHE LOW COUNTRIES, I vol. co-loured Plates, price 78. 3. LITTLE HYDROGEN ; or. The Devil on Two Slicks iu London. By the Anihur of* The Metlopolis," I vnl. 13 coloured Plates, full of Portraits, Third Edition,' price 8s. 6d. This day is published, iu 8ro. price IBs. in boards, ADJGESr of the LAW of LANDLORD and TENANT; in Tlirte Parts :- 1st. Containing Procedure on the pirt of the Landlord. 2d. Procedure on the part of the Tenant. 3d. Certain Charges to which persons standing in tlie relation of I.auillord and Tenaiil are respectively liable. With an Appendix of Prpcedenla. By PEREGRINE BINGHAM, Esq. Of the Middle Temple, Biirrister-at-Law. Lnndou: Printed for Henry Biillervrorth, Lnw Bookseller, 7, Flcet-stretl, between Ihe Temple-gates. Of whom may be had, just published, in royal 8e6. price I/. Is. in boards, Mr. Serjeant RUNNING lON'.S EJECTMENT. The Second Edition, coiisideribly enlarged and improved, by W. B^llantiiie, Esq. Barrister-at-Law. This day is published, in two vols, royal 8vu. price 2f. 2s. iu boards, AT RE AT IS E of the LAW of PROPERTY, arising from the REL.ITION between HUSBAND and WIFE; comprising - 2. The mfet Ivtere^t in her Hutlrunirs real and jter-snuul ISitale. Dower. Jointure. Election. Satisfaction. Separation. The Husband's liability for his Wif.'s Debts. Wife's InteiesI in Husband's personal Estate, &c. With Precedents adapted lo the Woik. By R. S. D. ROPER, Esq. of Gray's Inn, Barristerat-Law, Loudon: Printed for Henry Bulterwortb, Ijaw Bookseller, 7, Fleel-streel, betw'eeu the Temple-gales, I. 77ie Huahand'n Interest in his IVife's real and per-tontil Etiale, Curtesy. Discontinuance and Leases of Wife's real Eslale. The Husband's power Iu charge the same, and bis Interest in Wife's personal Estate. Sellleinents. T Just publislied,ia one large vol. prire 1/. Is. boards, HE ENTHUSIASM of the METHODISTS aud PAPISTS considered. By Bisliop LAVINGTUN. With Notes, lutrudnclion, and Appendix, By the Rev. R POLWHELE, Truro. CONVENTS 0� THE INTRODUCTION : Separation of Dissenters from the Church. Character of Dissenters of former limes. Methodists of present Day. JUessed EfTecIs of Aletliodism on Society. Mischiefs of Seclarism. The Puritans-their successful hostilities against Ibe Church Guveinmeul. Sectarists uf present day-  their rancorous abuse of Bishopsy Modern Melhodists-lheir ub-' IrugivenesS'^lheir proirfpt- peas in attacking our di.s- cuursesou public occasions. Their geaeral topic of abuse, Ibatwi; do not preach the Gospel. Prfl'eucea lo inspirntion. Official importance. Singing, (irayiug, exhoiflng, preaching,'style, and manned, siid doctrine. ' MelhodisI Preacher, his far mitiBrily with the flock. Co.openiliuD of Chtirfhnien with, Scctaristi, the Cyan- gtlicai Clergy. Extempore Preaching of the Evangelicil Clergy. , Mrs. H. More. The Blagdon Cuntroversy. Mr. Wilbeiforce. Clergy and others giving way tu^Metliodisls.who circuni-ly Charitable lu- atlemptiaglhe Uni- prcsenl Society, gency. Itidiffere^ceaudftlserandour ' in Churchmen Qualification uf Methodists. Cfericnl ciinduct with respect ' to Disseuters iu general. Divininn of laree Parishes, building Churches, Canuus and Rubric,.. to he cleared from anibiguilies, and cuiiflrined by a new Statute. Educaliuu of Ibe Clergy. UniveVaiiii^s, seeds of Sec- larism sown there, intercourse between Digni-. ged aud Pa'rurhial Clergy.' Church Catechism. Itlr. Suulhey. Conduct in our Fainilies.. - iii.icc'Btc; ��� ' I Sold by G.and W. Bad.: nhHE N0BLEV1EN".hkI GENTLEMEN ft who intend to be-presettCattli^ ANNIVERSARY .piNNGR nf tbAClMlrilir^al (hfit^reemiisuns' Tavern,THIS ,DA,Y, Bre|re]i]>erlfully.requeslr4 tiiatflead a4 an earjy.hohr, his Royal Highncs* .the Diikeof'SitSaex having ordered the Dinner |o bd up at a very icuu^��ltMi^l^?>we folr tjie^niepitfe-ii' -li^iiniiHivf-Families,in a �lile*�dri ihe-PrtMwielOT flailerg rmmirtf Wiji ntake it acceptable-lo all livho may liiinuur bira with a prpjetea^, witb.good accommodation for Servanis. NDIA SHAWLS.-LADIES atrivins from India, and haviiif; more Shawls than they wish to retain, are respecifolly informed, they may exchange them for ihe finest sp'ecltnensnf British Cashmere and otfaer. Shawls,'fashionable .Ar.tiples fur Moriiing and Evenitag Dress, choice Linens, and Freuch Cambrics, Foreign and British Table Linens, &c, India Muslins, Long Cloths, While Chintz and Anjengue^, the 'various kinds of British Muslins, elegant wrunslil DiTssrs and t>r.S\)ipr\c9, new pencilled Chiutz .Muslin*, &c. prcniiat'tn ^ht; House, Drawing and Dining-room Furniture, &c or . receive their full value, by applying al MILLARD'S Wliuli^leand Rrlaij East ludia'aud Foreign British Warchflnse, No. 16, Chenpside. Ijtdies having eom-iniMiiins fioni abroad, cau select Ihe first description of Family Lint ns at fixed prices; and those articles taken id the cuiire piece or demy, al the Wholesale Price. RICH SII^KS lit little more than half-price. In roiisequeiiee v( the very great depression of IraAe, the fulluuin; Articles have been bought for cash at little more than half Iheir value, ami are now selling at the very sMiall advance uf 1lins, 3s. 9d. worth b�. 6il. ; beautiful White Damask Scarfs, 12s. Od.' each : also Du-capes, Gros de Naples, Paris Cords, Levantines, new (liw-eitd Sarsnets aud Satins, Damask Sprigged Gauzes, Iri^h Poplins, Lustres, and every new and fashionable Article in Silk Mercery that is made, equally cheap. No Patteruscut. A. SHEARS, Bedford House, No. 11, Henrietta street, Covcnt-Gardeu. An immense stock of the most superb India Imilalion Scarfs and-Shairls, fromTwu lo Twenty Guineas each. HE JOURNAL of NEW VOYAGES, No. XV. contains PRINCE MAXIMILIAN'S TRa-VE1.S in BRAZIL, with uiiie superb Engravings, at 3a. 6d. Printed for Sir Richard Phillips SntTCu. N.B-Vols. 1. and II. and all the former Paris; each con-tniuing a complete Work, maybe had of every Bookseller. ______ .. TO BE LRT For July and part of August, or earlier, AN Excellent FAMILY HOUSE, with lar^e walled Garden, Cuach-house, Stables, 4c. ten miles distant from London. Letters to . be addressed to Y. Z., Sir. Mortimer's, Po�l-Oflice, Twickenham, Middlesex. TO CAPITALLSTS. r|lO be SOLD a nio�t ELIGIBLE ESTATE L for INVEST.M ENT, near Ross, in Herefordshire, r>de'upolt" litem by individuals, in cuns-quence of Iheir uffer to guaranteePiiiilic from risk the next Day of Drawing.s byVl^liir^ii'g the Money for Blanks, �lmall Prizes, &c. It was Jjbe jjSarticuIar' object of the CuntMctors that this advantag^ slioiiht he enjoyed by the Public iu large, and not engrbsSeii by � few mbnied men, wjiich must have been the (ase if tlfey bad complied with Ihe , orders they have received : even wifh'ilie mode now adopted it is almost certain that tbenbole will ^e-disposed of by Tuesday Evening. ' The CobtraCtors'eniri/at'tbat this notice may not he taken as a desire on their parts lo rescind or evade their offer; and if aiiy pertons 'Blii>uld by delay be (lis-appoinled in ubtairiiug a Ticket or Sharefoi* the Next Day's -Drawing, it will arise only from the fact of all Ibe Tickets for sale being Jinposed of. ; - ' _ BRITISH PLATE-GLASS COMPANY. Established by Act of Parltaincnt, 1773. The Trade and the Public are respectfully iriforihrd, that a very large assortment of CAST PX.ATB-GLASS couli-uuCa on sale by Mr. James'HawSiftifa, Secreiarf to the C6m-pany, at iheir Warehouse,' Albibn-placr, Blackfriars. bridge; and also by Mr. William Foster, at tlieir Mann, factory at Ravrnhead, near Prracot, Laucaibire, at either ufwhicli places Orders for the Oiunlry ihay be executed. The Company take ISave to, state, that tlieir Slock is of. a'tuperiur quality aildbrilliiinoyt and cdnsi^ls of aii elegant assurlmeul of Pier and Cfailnhey'lUlassesi'frum 6 to 142' inches in length, pnd froiii,4 16 80 i' wldil),' also Cvnve)^ and Coiitive Mirrori^'-frqitilil I0.SS iiichea diameter; atid Plates ufvarlouli'dimfhaibna foir tVibdoWi, Sky-, lights, Coaches, Sliip/.mshea; Lahlrrlii for Hills, Light Itoaies; Ice.; niid Ihat,^ iu constqiieoce uf' Ibe late reduc-' kiuu uf duty, the Compahy liav�r�i>i BdperSi;ial. fHOttl SATUHD/fY NIGHT'S GA'AETTk. psoy's Pla^ei are far iiilieriurM iby olbefi"m'aui>faciurird in Europe. - - - � . ' fVhUaMU, Slaji 20. 1820. Fura' llie Kiirga and ,Qo.eene Bath on divers nf ibeir loving snbjeck's, and by the rules' establishnl fur the rcgulalion of Ihe said Order, certain limilaliu.i)s of the number aud qualificatiuitsof Knighis Grabd'Crusses and Knights Commanders uf Ihe said Order are laid down, the King is pleased to dispense on Ibe present occasion with llie said liroitaliniis and qua|ifi)-stianB,4o far as to declare and appoint, as,'Li>ri] Harris, General Sip Banaslrc Tarlelun, Barl. General Sir George Hewetl, Barl. General Geitrge I>ou,Gener*l4am.r^ Eartof Roaslyu, General George Lord Gprdui�XcomTOraly;vell, Esq to be ditto-dated as above. Richmond Forester Veonianry^avalry. Thjiinaft bharge, Esq. tq be Captain-dated April 21,1820. Thomas' Saiiders Walloii, Geut. to be Lieuleuaut, vice Charge, prumoted-dated May 17,1820. BANKRUPTCIES SUPERSEDED. 'John Briggs, of Chepstow, Ml^tnoutb, boijkseller. VVillialti Bennett, of, Lelnaii.atree^ ^toudiiMiD's-6eldir, Sliddlesex, shoe-nianufacturer.^ , BANKRUPTS. Samiiel Sadler, of Birmingbam,^ puiop-makeri to. siir/en-deri June 21, 32, aud'Jiily 8, tU Ifnb, a) the SmiA Hotel, Bir-Minghaih, Attprneyir, Hesirrs.' Egertbqi' Norton, and Chaplin, Gray's-lnn-squarr, Londun; aiod Mgasra. Spurrier aud lugleby, Birmingham. . .i Thomiis Pretty, uuw of late of Tipton, StalTurd, iron-ma. qufac'lui^er,'jo surrender, June SI, 22, and July 8, al eleven, at tbe Swan Hotel, BirmiDgham. Altorurya, Mesira. Eger. Ion, Norton, and Chaplin, Gray's-Ion itfuare, Lubdun;n'iJ-Mcs'rs. Spurrier and Ingleliy, Birmingbam. George Stork, of Newfoundland slieel, Rrisint, cabinet, m^ker. lo surrender, JnneS. a, a^ij July 8, al iwi*lve, at the Rummer Tavern, Bristol. Aituri.rvs,Me'iJ Gregory, Bedford row, Loudon ; aud Mr. H:(yiie�, Brijiot. James Marllun, late of S'roud, Gloucester, engineer, to Bnrrrnder,Jniie 12, at six, 13. and JulyS, at tBier. Thomas GII>bin�,jao. late of the Flat, Wealbury-npoi-'Severn, Gloucester, master-manner, to turrvmWr, Jaa* 12, at seven, 1.!, and July 8, at ten, at the Office of Mes-s. BiiMJ'ers, .Si. Mary's'qiLire, GloocesHfr. Allornrjs, i\lr. Bowyer, OMik'x cuurt, Carfy-slreet, Loudon; an* Messrs. Bowyers, Gloucester. Georffe Wood, of Gloucester, marblc-masoo, lo surreiwb-r, June 12, al five; 13. and July 8, al Iwelvr-, at tbcnlKeeuf Messrs. Bo>iyers, Glourrsiei^ Attorneys, Messrs. Davrson, Capron.and l^uwley, Siville place, LonUon^ aud Mr, A. Y. Bird, Klddrcfttiaster. ' Maifr'Jfiflian and Abraham Abrams, oi^ld-elreft, Mi'I-dlesex, tallow-chandlers, to surrender, June 3, 17. aud July 8, al twelve, at Guildhall, Loudon. Atloruejs, Messrs. Bogeis and Sun, Manchester-buildings, Wcitminsler. Gi]berl Giedston, of South Blylli, Northumberland, boi-cher and ship-owner, lo surrender, June 14,15, aud July N, al eleven, at the Cummerci.1l Hotel, North .Shields.' Aiuir. neys, Messrs.) Milchell and Francis, .Sun-court, Corntiiil, London; aud Mr. Jonathan Cockerill, .Market-place, Norlli Shields. Richard Ainley, of Doncasler, York, silk-mercer, to sur-reniler, June 1, at seven, 2, and July 8, at ten, at the .M^ul Coach Inn, Doncjsi.r. .\llorneys, Messrs. VValkins .10.1 Peoly, Lincoln's.Inn, London; and .Mr. Waterworth, Don-caster. Daniel riiaplin, of Haverhill, Suffolk, mallster, to surrender, June 13, at two, 14,sal elevi-n, and July 8, -it twelve, al Ihe Bell Inn, Haverhill. Allurneys, Mr. Wm. Burleigli, B.iylhorn-Hall, Es^ex ; and .'Mr. Samuel Taylor, Jubu street, Bedford-row, London. DIVIDENDS. June 24 T. Deakin aud T. Dyer, uf Birmingham, dealers, al ten, at Ibe Shakspeare Tavern, Birmingham. June 19. S. Farley and R. Dodd, of Milton next Sitting, bourne, Kent, hoyuien, al twelve, at the Guildhall, Cau-ttrbiiry. June 17. R. Beutley, of White Horse-yard, Drnry-Iane, Middlesex, woollen-draper, al ten, at Guildhall, London. June 17. J. Glenuy, uf Red Liun-slreet, Clerkenwetl, .'Middlesex, watch-rai-e-maker, at leu, at Guildhall, London. June 20. J. Beckett and J. Roberts, of Silver-slrcet, Wood, street, Lnndou, Blackwell-ball factors, al ten, al Guild, hull, London. June 20. M- B. .Schlesinger, of Church court. Clement's-lane, London, indigo-merrhanl, al ten, at Gnildliall. June 17. J. Preblilc, jnn. of Bow, Middlesex, miller, at t\relve, al Gnilitfaall, London. May 30. G. Hardisty and J. Cowing, of Bedford-court, Covent-earden, .Middlesex, woolleu-drapers, at twelve, �t Guililhall, London. June 22. J. Grant,of Coleman-strect, Loudon, merchant, at te'ii, at Guildhall. June 27. H. Wickwar and J. Wickwar, of Colthropt Mills, near Newbury, Berks, paper-makers, at eleven, ill Guildhall, London. ' . Jfinel7. A.-E. BenE,.:-Iale of Gotlenburg, Sweden, and of Saint Paul's Church-yard, London, merchant, at eleven, at Guihihall. Jnne 27. W. Ballon, of Bury-streel, Saint James. Westminster, Middlesex, plumber, at twelve, al Guildhall, Loniloo. Junt 17. T. Ball, uf Keyfurd, Frome Sclwuoil, Sonierset,-wpol-slapler, al eleven, al Ihe George Inn, I-'ronie '�-Selwood. J'ooe 23. W. Wallace, of Workington, Cumberland, ship. , 'Carpenter, al eleven, at the House uf Mr. Edkin, Workington. June 22. J. Gales, of Grimstoue, Norfolk, farmer, al four, at the Guildhall, King's Lynn, Nnrfilk. Jnne 20. S. Fletcher, uf Doncusler, York, haberdasher, at eleven, al the Dog and Duck Tuvern, Hull. June 24. VV. Cuoke, of Birmingham, uierehaul, at eleven, at Ihe Shakspeare 'Tavern, Birmingham. Jnne 19. T. Satleithwaite, of Liverpool, merchaBt,al eleven at Ihe George Ion, Liverpool. June 8. J. Burleigh, of Bristol, brass-founder, at ten, at the Commerrial Rooms, Biistnl. June 10. T. Pickslock, of Shrewsbury, Salop, mercer and draper, at eleven, at the Lion Inn, Shrewsbury. June 17. C. Hunt, of .Mark lane, Loudon, wine-mercliant, at eleven, at Guildhall. June 24. W. Coleman, of Gnsport, Southampton, baker, at twelve, al tbe Ciown Inn, Gospurt. June 20. J. Wilkinson, of Applcdore, Kent, millir, al twelve , at Guildhall, London. June 20. J. H.Croucber, of Great Alie-street, Goodman't-fields, London, spirit-merchant, at ten, al Gniiahall June 19. T. Smith, uf Chepstow, .Monmoulh, cabinet maker, at eleven, al tbe New Passage-house, Heobury, Gloucester. May 30. W. Sennolt, of Bowling grcen-lane. Clerk uwe'l, Middlesex, scavenger, al ten, at Guildhall, London. June 20. W. H-Baldwin, late of-Liverpool, merchant, at oue, al tbe George Ino, Liverpool. CERTIFICATES -June 17. - J.W�lsoo,of Huddersfiebl, merchant-J. Miller, of Bnr-ingtou-arcade, Piccadilly, Rliddlesex, bookseller.-H. Sc.irs-hrick.juu.uf Liverpool, bread-baker.-J. Holroyd, of Hor-ton Bradford, Yoik, calco-manufaclurer-J. Wood, of Thorues, and J. Wood, of Wakefield, York, dyers-J. Fol-larton, of Manchester, saddler.-W. Pell, of Great Easl-cheap, Loudon, cheraisl.-G. lunoCBWt* of Nottingham, baker.-J. Austin, of Aldersgateatreet, London, corii-jealer.-A. Kelly, of the Colonnade, Pall-mall, Middlesex, jeweller. PRICE OF SUGAR. The average price of Brown or Muscpvado Sugar, coir-pnled from Ihe Returns made in the week ending the 24ib day of May, 1820, is 38s. Oid. per hundred weight, ex-elusive of ihe Duties of Customs paid or payable Ihereou ou tbe importation thereof into Great Brilsiu. PRICES OF COIIN. Average Prices of Curu of England and Wales, by the Quarter of Eight Winchester Bn.-iwrls, aud of Oatmeal per bollof I40lbs.iivoirdupoise,froni t herd urns received in the week ended tbe 20ih of -May, 1820. 5. . d 26 f| s. d 44 &| s. d 46 6 s. d 25 6| s. d. A �erage Prices of British Corn in Scotland, by the Quarter of Eiglit Winchester Bushels, and of Oaltueal per Boll of I38lbs. Scotch troy, or 14Ulbs. avoirdupois, iff. the four VVtjeks immediately preceding the I5tb of May, 1820.  g u *� "S 1 � 1 . s "0 c k *- rf. C6 � s. d. 38 6 �. d. 30 7 � s. d 24 2 s. d 36 4 34 7 *. rf. s rf. 19 & ie 9 ;