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British Press (Newspaper) - November 22, 1820, London, Middlesex 1 NUM'BER 5605. London, Wednesday, ber 22, 1820. Pkicb 7d. TBBATBE.ROTAL, DRURY-LAKB. THIS EVENING, WEDNESDAY, Nov. 23, - his Majesty's Servants will perform Sbaksjieare's Tra-' B�dyof HAMLET. a Ciaiidiiiii,, King of Drnraark, Mr. Powell; Hamlet, Mr; \Va(tack; (liis^ecuild a'pjtearance on this Sta^e >tliese iKree ypai'i}.; Pofonius, Mr. Slanden ; Laertes, Mr. Barnard ;.Ho-raltii,'Mr. ThDmp�>ii; OsricU, Mr. Russell;' First Grave. dicffcr,-Wr. Harley. Gertrude, Queen of Dfentiiark, Mrs. Egerion; Ophelia, iMisB Kelly. After \rhicb (2d time),.anew Comic Farce, in two acts, . called A;W|LD GOOSE CHASE. The principal CliRracters by Messrs. Manden, Russell, Oatlie, Knight, Viiiin�,'Raymond, Harley, Mrs. Harlowe, NisB Smithsun,'Miss Tidsw'ell, and Mrs. Orger. The interior of. the Theatre has been completely embel> i!shels, Prizes, and Tickets, 'including Two 20,000/.! &c. &c. Consols and Money, must be drawn. �� The fate of every Ticket and Share sold prior to the 15lb November vsits finally decided lit/ lite drawing of that Day ; those Persons therefore who have alieady purchased in the present Lottery ore recommended to inquire the fate of their NumberSrio order lo exchange their sm-ill Prizes for undrawn Tickets or "Shares. Tickets nnd Shares (warranted Undrawn) are selling by BISH, Stock Broker, sole Cmilrartor, 4, Cornhill, and 9, Charing-croi-s, who sold lh-ral and welUdinxted Charily, dis-played uut only in bis warm Aipport'of the existing Institn-lions in this Metropolis, buVaisoin ibe ample relief at all times aA'urded by him to the diatressed objecis who laid claim lu bis bounty, when iu Ihe discharge uf bis Magisterial duties--and by bis splendid hoispitality, and his uniform politeness and atieution lo the several Mrmbera uf this Court. WOODTHORPE. i THORI^, MAriirt. '� " . A COjIIiMla^'COUNCIL, Ivilden in the CHAMBER of tire GUtCDHALL of Ibe CITY of LONDON, on TUE^SDAY, tbe2Isl Day of November, 1820, Resolved, rfflH AT ille Thniiks of lliisCourt be triven to the S. Right Hon. George Bridges, late Lord Mayor, for the firmness, imparlialiiy, and unwearied attention with which he has discharged the various and complicaleil duties attached to Ihe otiice of Chief Magistrate of this City: For Ihe encouragement he has given to the numerous luslilulious of Ibis Metropolis, calculated lo auieliorale the condiliun and lo alleviate the distresses of the Pimrcr Classes ; and esprcially for his philanibropic exertions, not only in supporting, bul in giving effect to, the formation of n Souieiy for the Re.lief of the Houseless Poor, during the last sereic and inclement winter : For the muuificnit hospitality which he has displayed, and the splendour wiih which he baa sustained his exalted tifUce, thereby uphulilini; the dignity of this City, and its .ancient forms and slate, in opposition to Ihe attempts which have been made lu bring them into contempt: For the readiness with which he has convened this Conn, whenever public hnsiness has required, or the wishes of its Members have been made known to him ; for the cunciliatoi y manner and strict impartiality with which he has presided over its debates ; for the easy access lo his person, which he has at all limes afforded ; and for the polile and ginlle-mauly manner in which he has, on all occasions, received the Mcmbtrsof this Court. WOODTHORPE. THORP, Mayor. A COMMON COUNCIL, holden in the CHAMBER of the GUILDHALL of ihe CITY of LONDON, on TUESDAY, Ihe 21st Day of November, 1820, Resulveh, fHlHAT a dutiful and loyal Address he pre--H. senicd to he� Most Gracious Majesty Queen Caroline, Congr; 'jlaliug her Majesly upon Ihe Victory which she bus obtained over her Enemies, in their renewed altcmpt lo de. grade and dcslroy her-the cumpleie refutalion of the Charges brought against her-and the frustration of the late foul and atrocious Conspiracy against her Hiinonr and her Life. WOODTHORPE. In a few days will be published, R.FK END'S EVENING AMUSE- MEN'TS.; or, the Beauty of the Heavena displayed, for the Year 1S21. *4* In Ibis Volume is given a Plate of the Path of Ceres during the year 1821, with Tables of the .Longitude, Lali-ude, Rijhi Aseeu.sion and Declination of the Telescopic and olher Stars by which she passes, corrected from Tables of the tirsi autboriiy. The Volume's fur ihe Years 1804 and 1806, are now re-prinlol, and complete sets may he bad in IS vols, price 2/. 15s., or any volume separate. Printed forJ.Mawman, 39, Luilgaie street. Of whom may be hart, AUDLEY'S COMPANION to the ALMANACK; con. tniuiug an Explanation i}f ihe Saints^ Days, Holidays, &:c. Fifth Ediliuii, price 2s. 03. sewed. IHE ESSENCE ofPEAllLund PEARL DENTIFRICE, invented by the late Jacob Heme!, Dentist to the Royal Tamiiy, have been proved by long experience to greatly excel, both in elegance and effiracy, every olh�r preparation for the Teeth andGvims; they effectually preserve the Teeth in a sound slate even to old age, render Tlielti v'hite and beautiful without impairing the enamel, fasten such as are loose, and keep such as are decayed from hecunuing worse. 'I'hey likeivise render the ^r�alh delicately sweiit, prevent the Toolb-Ache, perfectly cure the Scurvy in the Gums, and make them grow firm and close to the Teeth.-The Essence is particularly recom-mended to Parents and Persons who have Ihe care of Children as the greatest preservative of young and tender Teeth. None, are genuine but what have the words, " J. Hemet, Bayley and Blew, Cockspur-streel," engraved �i the Stnmp. Price2s. 9d. each. BAYLEY.'s TRUE E.SSENTL4L SALT of LpMQNS, for takiiig Ink Spolsand Stains out of Lace and Linen, The geniiine is signfid 'W. Bsyley" on the Box and'Wrapper. Also liis SCOURING DKOPS, for taking Grease out of' btilk. Stuff, VYoollen Clotb, &c. price Is. eacli. VERITABLE POMMADE DlViKE,.price Ss. 6^. the glass. . . SoW, Wholesale and Rctailfby Bayley oad. Blcff, Perfumers, 6ocfcsp.Hr-streft, Londflu, SCOTTISH HOSPITAL. OTICE is hereby i ; ' .. .. , ;.--.;.-.OiH.IipKA''';' � Yesterday the Lord Mayor hetf,llt|vhr�t CiJurt 6f Aldermen. Thanks, were unapiiipQbsIy voliiil.ttj the late Lord Ma^'or, apd order|F^la^ ^for the Chief Magistrate of the City to address tli|S^�t Court of Common Council over wluclj,l�e!'il^(^Hed'tu pre* �rfe, be^lje^geJ thejritiidalge^ee-Wlrt^^ a few wordii lo the Gentteroen a^nembled: vltfOuIii not but liiive been highly a^reeubl& to- him to be {jlaced iu so handaunte' uiid -tine&lieCted a manner ill the hioh situation of their Chielp JVlagislrale by liii fellow-ciiizeos. He bud to acknowledge the kind and polile attention and iis�i8�an earn-es-tness to deserve h continuance of the eoiitidence uiid kindness which he huil hitherto experienced, if by any un^^uarded expressions fallin!^ otit in the discu!}itau church, would not be sniiicieiuty decoroui (^the due obtelrving the solemnity nf the Holy Sabbath-that her Majesly was not uwarex when she had appointed Sunday the iiCih the iSrj-t for her attendance, of the performance of Owvis^iiT-vice in the Cathedral of St. Paul's on two days Jin the h^eek.^her Majesty, therefore, had dtiieniii"e the effect which his observations seemed intended lo produce on the commencement of the new Mayoralty. As lo the confusion anticipated, from what was it to proceed ? Where w-as the iniquity so loudly charged ? Did it lie in the circumsmnre of the Quei-n of England wishing to ponr out her heart in humble devotion before the Throne of Grace-in her desire to imitate the pious example of George the Third He was aorry for the chu-racler of the Court ; he grieved on behalf of every tiling revered in religion and morality, that such language Iji anguag-e Ijad been uttered on s-o serious an occa-lion. Surely, if the tnunicip-dlity not the sion power of prcvetitinsx riisiurlvaiic-e while any of the members of the Royal Family alleiided divine service in one of their churches, they should give up their system of police altogether. He was ashamed lo look about for argument in reply to the general tendency of those remarks, which inu-