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British Press (Newspaper) - February 9, 1820, London, Middlesex NiJMfi.EK 5350.. A T � Prv.te MEETING fif MfillCfMNTS, iV B-INKBRS. SHIP-OWNERS, LIVERYM^:^,'and Otheri, the FRIENDS of SIR VtM. CtTRflS,^ Birf.-AI.P. AUnrntn of'ihe Cilyrof'Umri'in. tield at-lhe LOiAloo Tb> vent the 7lb Aty u( February, 1820; . WILLIAM MANNING, E�q. M.P. in ibe Clisir. Presffili SirJuIin Perrinei Bart.-M:P. snii Alilerman. Sir Wm. I^jghtoi;, Knigbl,aad Alilcrinan. . ^ Sir Ch:irleiiF|o.wer, Ban. and Alderman. Samuel Birch, E�qf. ahd Alderman. CbrhiopKer Smtth, ,Em|. and Alderman. John Alkina, Esq. and Alderman. riinsldiihfT'Mkghif, Esq. 4ud Alder^iin. itubecl Albion Cox, E�q. and Alderman. Sir Rp^ej^t->Vijr?m, part. Sir Thomas'Neare, Bw't. ' ' Sii iChatles Price, B4rt. Adamf, JphOy.EiH). Ainlrd, Tlio�.' Esq.' Aylwin, G. A. E'q. Rirber, Jo'Tpb, Esq; .. Bri-scb, J�bn, E�q. Bri'tei-s, Thorn**-,' E�q. Bniuhe, Ricbanl, Enq^ �hrtiiiiaji, George, Et:ii�,'Cliri!Hoph�r, Esq. EtItntI, RoUri-l, Esq. Foster, i'lioinas, E- Esft. : #�jr�ifc�, "Wnjitw^-Jwof fi^r Ponnstit, Henry. Esq. ,^ .' Prtili Wllllanr, R�q. Pluromer.Jiuhn', Esq. Parkmao, -, E-sq. Parrey, Bt-nj'ami-j ,'Esq. �' Pearse,- B. Esq. Richardson, Christ, jun. Esq. Riistoo.Vvilliam, Ei-q. Smith, Robertj E^q.' Sharp, Rirhard, Esq. Sims, R. r. Esq. Sharp, R. S. E>n liint Sir William Curtis be invited lo offer himself s Candidate to h6 cue ot Itie Rapretcnlstives of the City of Loniloii iu Parliament at tlic approachin; Election; ami llnita PUBLIC MEEriNG be convened of the Friends of (tie Hon Barnuet who are itesirnua of prumolin^ that nb-jrct, lo lie belli, fti Itie I.Andon Tavern, Bilhopfpite-strcel, on THUR-SpAV NEXT, atOneo'Clwkpireciiely. Resolved Unaniqiously-That th'e Thanks of this Meelin; be (tivru to (he Chairman for hia able-Bad jiidicioua coo. duel iu the Chair, . ReK)\Trd 1Jnaiii|npu>ly-That the fore�;nin^ proceedings be published in Ifaq Morning aiid Evenins Papers. A PUBLIC MEETING of il.� FKIENDS of Sir WILLIAM CORTIS, Bart. MP. and AUlex-man, who are desirous of gernrins the Return of the Hon Baninet as one of the Represrnlalives of the City of London iu Parliament at the apii-oaebing Election, will lake plhre oil THIIKSDAV NEXT (To-morrow), at the London Tavern, Bishopsfraie street. The Cbairwill lie taken at One o'Clock precisely. CLOCKS. AKE Notice, that !�� the Clock* which have bi-en left fur repair .at Messrs. Camerrr and Co.'s, .Vo. 2, Broad-street, Blonmsbury, are not taken away wiihiu One Month from the dale hereiif, Ihey will be Sold to defray everv exper^e. At witness my band this M day |)eudix,,lwo Cases-I. Of (-�|"'ureY theCnmium-2. Of Prefei-oaliiial Eulnixeoient d the Heart. By CHARLESj*LDl! put, \Wtiiau-Cvi-;:�,(> .^' '   - MAN A.S^ vo}*.J^eroni1?FJIiiiiui, tl. .CAS:rL,E.QFiSANTA FV: ; by a qvgym�> Daiigh-ler, 4 vols. Sejoiuf fclilion, U. ___L_^^__i---- neratly!iw,Msf4l�y ilie fe(rJj{*ttj|ie..a>'�t-gr~iti,ifoe. *.h!9b,a great prevent.alive .will he fiinnd^bv iisiu? ilie newly-ju-veH(�l �ft�ElW-lovc are manu-uctured ami sold by the Paleiilee. W. A. iOEACON, N... 1.3, Coriihill, and no where else mi Orenl Ri-if.iiM. T)rdprs fi-nm the Conn-try, enclosing a rrmiltanee, willi a pattern sline, will be punctually alleiided lo, and the rh>\iij;e, if any,. returned with the goods. ' ' FROM LdST Nl(;[lTS.i:AZETTE. LONDON, W,EI)|^J?;$^#Y^.FEBRUAIIY 9^ 1820. 'i|UWetve,BiG,aildi^ j Tywer-slreel, LqndoujWliW^ini F^ltfUajfySfiJ. RH�p"v.R'n��,''fe�!^ Guildhall, -Lundoi;.,, .- , . . -Jt - Mari-hf. f^iusc,:of Li�nin|! �l one, at Ibe Geo(geiaii,LiKiLK.;i.i Jn-jgii March ?. W. Brqw;.^ Ute of J�V wfl�ri*�:No.�ti�l�h�ra. crtrn- di!alie,:ai .eleven. =�� #�^i^4fM^Jlj?%�!!r M>rch 1, C:;S^i^\\{n,,otMm%M'^^ :,,ro,.the:KU�s>Hcaja Mai-iii 6, J. Dixoiuof jyl�li(�fJ!t'f?4, ii.**lve>,,�� liio,.BlatkTHtrn. ... , '.:. t5'V'-jt.i v ; i CEBTI FICATESr^FiSWSW^'29-; .W.-Wi.olton,�fM>tVfi^��ajh1NWi�4w^SMrroj,Uo^^^ ii�r.-r?1'� . i;cNt5Sf�ri vr*vale,f 5t ibiS-litji*''trf tHe-i-ear, arC'STe- ;jlrtU.*.f^'W.BtMul.�lreef,>MitJ(UW�s n>r( ,>.;..^...-^ BANKRUPTCY SUPERSEDED. Satnlirook Biirg.'�s,' �f' M-artclitsftr," Lancaster, calico-printer. : . BANKRUPTS. John Balme, now or Isle i>f Gomersal, York, woolstapler, to surrender, February -25, 2fi, and March 21, at. eleven, at the Sessions House, Vj'aketicW, Vnrl{. Attorneys, Mr. Evans, Kafloii-garaeii, Lond'un; "and Mr. Carr, Goihersal, near Leeils. - Robert B!^ase, of Allrincham, Chester, flour-dealer, lo surrender, Frlirnary 18, 19, and March'21, at three, at the White Bear Ion, Wnftehester. Altorneya, Messrs. Wriitbt nnd Cole, Temple, London; and .Vlr. P. \V. Dumvile,-Piccadilly, MaiiclieStrr. John Shutllewurlb and Thom-\s Stephen.i, of Torkington, Chester, dealers, to mil-render, February >!.1, 24, and March 21, at two, at tlie" Stiir Inn, Manchester. Atloriieys, Mr. ^Woodbiirne, Exclmnsie-'.inildinirs, Manchester ; ajid Messrs. Wiglesworth and Crossley, Gray's lun-sqnare, London. Johw Chance, of Worcester, mnltsler, (o surrender, February 23, at eleven, 24, at two, and March 21, at eleven, at lliu Bell Inn, Worcester. Allorney*, Mr. G, Edmunds;-Exchequer Office, L'uculn's Inn, Luiidon; and Mr. Hill, Worcester. �8avilli) Smith, of Slayley,- ChestT, cotton-spinner, to surrender,. February 21, at three, 2-2, and March 21, at two, at the While Ben'r Inn, Manehester.Lancaster. Attorneys, Messrs, Brundrett,' Spinks, and Reddish, Temple, London; .and Mr.;K. Brown, Saddlfworlh. James Dundas, of garlisle, Cumhcrland, cattle dealer, lb surrender,' Fehruary*2ft,' 2*1,' aiwl M irch 21, at the Busli Um, Cariiiili'. Ailorneyfi, Al^srs. Monn^cy. And'.Sjason, � Carrsir; and Messrs. Momisey and Fisiicr, Red LiiHi-sqnare^ London. Samuel Carrington, of Ashbnrne, Derby, mercer, lo surrender, February 21, 22, and iMarcb 21, ut twelve, at Ihe Green Man Inn, Asliborne, Derby. AUorneys, Messrs. Johnson and Wise, Asbboriie ; ami Mr. Barbor, Fetter-lane, London. Rolierl Wilson, late of Rridge-slroct, Vauxhall, Surrey, linen.draper, to surrender. February 12, 19, and March,21, at ten, al Guildb-^ll, Lunduii. Attorney, Mr. Phillips, King-street. Coveiit-ganlen. John Farmer, lale of Skinnrr-streel, London (hut now a prisoner in the Kini^'s Bench Prison), licensed-victualler, lo surrender, February 19, 22, and Miirch 21, at eleven, at Guildhall. Attorney, Mr. Wm. S. Dacif, Palsgrave-place, Tcmple-bar. Jnhu Brauder and Juhn B-ircIay, of Size.lane, I.nndon, merciiauts, lo surrender, February 1-2, 2�i, and March 21, at twelve, nl Gnililhall, London. .Iilorney, Mr. Hacked, New.conrf, St. Swilhin's-lane, I.OKi!)iird street. John Owens, of Kini;ioii, llerefnrd, jruiimonger, to surrender, February 28, 29, and Marrb 21, al eleven, at Ihe Kiu-'a Head Inn, Kiiiglon. Aitiirneys, Messrs. Divii-s and Banks, Kington; and Mr. Beiijainiu Pugh, Bernard-street, Russell-square, Lnudo M Joseph Rilsnn, nf Carlisle, |:illi)w.chaudler, to surrender,'! Fehruai-y-li, 26, and March 21, al leu, al Guildhall, London. Atloruty, Wr. Drake, Old Fish-slrrct, Doctors'Commons. Edward Ford, late of Lime-s'.rPPt, London, -and of Snint Tliomas'a-square, Harknev, Middlesex, winc-merrhaiii, lo surrender, Febrnnry 12,22, and ,M.-irrh 21, nl eleven, ut Gnilrthall, London. Atloriiry, Sir. Yuniig, Charlotte row, Msaaiou-huuse, London. .fohu Green Bidwill, nf Exeter, wine-mPi-rliaiil, lo surrender. Febru-iry 12, 22, nnd March 21, ut twelve, at Unildliall, Londun. Altorn.-y, Mr. Young, CbttVlotte-row, Mausion-hoMse. Godfrey Solomon,of Lemnn-strcel, Goodman's-fieldi, Middlesex, hardworeman, I" snrreiider, Febrtiary 19, 29, and March 21, at one, at Gnildlull, Liindon. Atlorncy, Rlr. Hutchison, Crown.courl,riireadneedle�ireet, Luniloii. U'iHiam Henley, lale uf Holy well-street, Sli-auil, Mlddle-�ev,silk-mercer, to surrender, February 29, M-.ircb 7, and 21, al one, at Guihlhall, Lonoun. Attorneys, Messrs. Jacouib and B.-nlley, Basingliall-sirn-t, Lundon. John Medcraft, l.ile of Lamb's Conduit-slreel, Middlesex, ieweller. lo surrender, l-Vbruarv 19, 29, and March 2L at John Patieiti and Jiiii, raiient, lif fterWiondsey JTew-road, � taniret's, Oereniher'SI, l81S>'.i-J�(ho Rogers and John Litw,. of St. ^withiii's-lane.' Londun, Ai%rchants, Jannary 3i, ' 1820-ij; Ifrafldy Au� O. Readdy, of Baek-Church-lane, St. George, Miildlese)-J. VVund-ur'ard and C. Woodward, of Bnll-Hcud-ronrl, N'ewgale-streel, London, newspaper-venders, February 7, 1820. one, at Guildhall, Lun.iuii. Atturney, Mr. Boxer^^'-uld' Jury. ^���'i.^'^ DIVIDENIXS. -, February 29. J. Knight, of Gougb-square, London,'fancy' ieHlhrr.niani'i'ractnrer, atone, at Gnildhall. Fihruary $9.; IL Harris, of Woud.streel,S^ijalfields, Middlesex, stationer, nt ilrveu, at Gnildhall^.Loiiilou. February 29; It-H. F. Williams and M. Wilsdhjvf Liverpool, merchant*^ at uoe, nl Guildhall, Lohfluni: . , February 2$. JV. Ritchie, of Fiusbur^-square, Middlesex, merchant., at eleven, nl Guildhall, Uiiidoii. v Febrnary'-^B.-T; Dunu, of Durham, mercbaul, at teh,.at Guililli^ll,. Ipundou. February 29. R"; Ord, of beptfofd, lent, butcher, at ten, ai GnildhallvLoiidiin. Fehrnary.S^.jl..Austin, of .AIdersgale>^slreet, London, corn- d.eHlr'r,.at Iwclre. at Guildhall. Febrnary'.l*. J. 'Balfonr, of �B.i'singHall.alreet, London, , � BlHt1(if(;l|.'ba4i-fact�r, atleii, i>l GuiidlKkll. . I February 12. \V. Lrwta and J. A. Hepderaon, ot Little IRELAND. DUBI.IS, FEB. 5. We were vesteriliiy informed of the ileuih of the Bishop of dftyiie-(Dr. lieiiiiei). His. Lordshiil Hieil nt his palace. County Cork, -ut a very mlvaiice'l iifje, heing the senior Bishop of Ireland, since tlie firtiih of the late Archbisho|i of Tuatn.-/Freeman's Journal.) Duel.-A mee'intr took phice, early on Sattir-diry inoriiini;, in a field near thiti city, between L- S- B- and A- B-, Eie is hia poH'tcal destiny, iiumely, t^e. EinaHLHpation of hia C'.bolic cnuutryinen. It is with great ple'.ld constjtuenU- with an as.'Jurance of an easy victory. That there will he H contest we believe, but iVIr. Grallun will be removed frotn its vofleX'.-fDublin hVening I'ost.J We have just learned tliat the meeting of the Magistrates nf the county of Galway took place on Thursday. The Bench w�i it.vecy;fi>lioiie. and they came, we understanil, ta an unanimous Resolution 16 Address tiie Lord Liettteiiant ti> Proclarm the county of Galivay. "with th? exception of Ihe two western B.iroiiics, MoyciiHen and BaHinahinrh, where the estate* of Mr. Martin, the Meitober, are situate. The Proclaraaiinii, in ,all prolrabiiily, will n|i|>eHr in the next Dublin (Jazette. His Majesty Georob IV date lor the rily of Dublin. Mr. Nowlan hat arrived fr im London, being'pyited to start for the SHine |)liice. Five new candidate* start for the county of Cuvitii, in addition to the silting Members, Messrs. Siipyd "rt**.-f Connaughl Jourriai.} � " Thirteen hieii^t^re'-yesterday evpisingtMramitted to our coiinly'.gani, Ity Kobiert J?-r�njCh, .Esq. U)f Mmiivap Caslle,f.hargrd ,with:^,eii^g ribpntMiien, pnd taken belweejiiVJutniyaiB ai^it G.lantane. T*!�ere were �U^o three meti coiiintitVe^ tit the Ubie ti^e by the .kev. O^ltiv^rlte; 'd�nifg\tf wtth-i-siiiiilat i�lfeoiBe... Oile ti'wti)t ti C�|tt^in^Eiin;*teriug of itJifgai Pif^ib*. Mr. F'rencAi of.J)>l9Di.vae Castle, assembleti his tenantry to h considerable amount, frotn tliebridije cf Glaptinp 'tOj,Abbert;;oa.nd,! from the judicious manner in which he has them ditlributed, hciac-crasfally TEmt�''f4Tei� iticorsions ih tluit dinirtcr. ;Mr. BldketHfy-'ir&s'bU' Rationed from Abbeit to Moyhe, arr^f^Mr.'firtiwn hiialiis iteW^ntry siii^ilarly dii^pcued of,.t{berel?gr intertreptiiii; ail ihe coinmtini-r>ilioB�; tbroagb. which ihny coaid possibly . pass. E>ich Geittlemanu: ha!i ft certain nambrr of niett pliiced for iBl'^yert]plferfod a pfoper disinnce bsuii^ derj anil ihey^aherfiat^^^ dt,hcr, wfoibii i^^eveuts.tliein ,fi;�ra ^^^i.OltSs^^ hnrwtied... In-.tfaei.iwighbaarhiMd�tiit>watf, Aiihfo�iP?l3ffsi^Ol^t�V�^ donelaH v'Ciptiiih .Davit, of .f^ampsltad ; Mr. Mahoii, of* Beecb HiUi Mr.; lJ�her,^ of fiastwoll ; Mr..Kelly; of Asbbrnok, and mnny other Gentlemen, evince the greatest perseveranceiii iKiideavitur-iiig to reatiore order, which rrfiects the'greatest credit ou them ; they have their tenantry in requisition each night, and observe the same system ihut is pursued by the Gentlemen above alluded to. We are iiiforme. are maoy) these .uufortu-nale an 1 misguided wretches administer, are ikn-known t|�ear�d tno^e collected and, triipqail thitii u^al, ^aiid threw his attendant off his, guard; previutis, however, tu his committing-the-aiifprtuniite act, ttie i man saw the kififewith him, and. attempted to wrest it frmn hiih, in whit h a viofeittlstrng^le eiiiijie^^^ itiiil.'lhii niuu's haiMi.'beiiig^,>ci�t,, he wks ottf^^e^ to quit bis haik^,,wiieii the iinba|>|>y Cfeiitremaiintoritidty *f^  ftctiiated lii&iuuirpose;iM^we Have meittioiied. The wbtinfds' (for lie^iitr&cVtwict) tpl?6^rB, r..vM~-f:l:itili nao!\Jiek .^r ;u �'''j-iT no md.>.fn.,. t- |aeo)ia death. . An InqueJM iM� holden ^ It* >>o onMonday, before the Depiiiy, Mayor, wiien I vefHiSi of the joiry wa*. That the deceaimt o��i�^ his'deotb in coiUeqaence of a wound inflicted itfi himself with a kriit: kttife. he being th*o, and sonte time before, in a stale of iitsauity." EXPEDITION TO MARCARtTrA. GENERAL D-EVEREUX. (Froih Tht Dvblin Rcening Pott ] TIm following letter was left yeaterday at oa� office. If Ihe signature belongs l�i the Trav>Her inj ^liieriea nnd.France, it ia a name already fami" ,iQ many of oo'r readers. With. Mr.. HalJ's Ti in A^tftea we i�re only acqnainted throvgh metftvotv^f the Edinburgh /ftefw. wbirb-iii , ,:hoitOtira.b|i�:nieRtion of fn^ taYeuts^.ttm camloor,'. his j|i^"c�|4�if.;,4M�*?*e>M ^/^^W, aiid We ixcontmepd iiio4� who winid '" 'wfiat-^ofTof man thi" wnin'irjito.:^p�ri�ioiy,, one of ibi; i>io>t iiitei4tgei>t aud ^|{�;iiy4nt tioti^; base Ve*d l^irlin UiiiAcountry. After-^Ur *^ Biay wrong in attributing tlie fitlluwuig leiirr to Lirgive a Ijreafh of trti-^ qOelte, but lend a willing ear to wlistever m.iy be fairly urged in vliuLcaliun of Hv�t, individual's fin-, n.onr. 1 profess myself the friend of Geiierat] D'Evereux, and may ihert-fore justly expect 'hal^ luy mere natertioni'ut his favour nhonl.J be ret the Generul, I take * Ihe very head nnd front' to be this, that i.ji�tead of .brinj^, mj, lie re-presetilM himself, tlie fiiend of ihe heroic BolivHr, a (ieiier�l in lh� service of the Repiiijiic of yeiie-zuela, and its authorliied ugenl, fur Ihe pjirpore, o| rui�itii; u legion for ilS noi^lance, he is an unknown,' uiia-uiliurised Hilventurer, who h�� inipuseil u(ion the Itinli nation, for the pu.rpose of beliayiiiijllie yinnh ol' the countty, and enriching lii.nsell' with tUe price nf their blood. Compared nitli tui accus*? lion of sitch character a� this, ull luiiior ctiarges f-uit iulo insigniticance. It is by the ilerif>ioii of lii>. cuutllryriMfn itt stiuttl or fall, be doubly endearett by iht: ai-tt>mpb4 which have been mnde lu wrest him fironi their love, or'don'bly odiou.? by the iiigrulitude with which he has repaid it. " It does not fall within the scope of this letter to enter upon ihe question of General D*Evereitx'> antliorities and roniiexion vviih the Venezuettiti.Government; a. Cotnmiicee of the highest resprtitu-bitity has'beeo coiislilutrd for thi� purpose. Tlw-General is prepared to meet his,ai:c)isen> nof w'lil liis friends blush fmr l}ie investiguliou. fily tf&li. mony is metvly coiluterat ; it g the cuu^e of South Amectcau Independence, at-.d a generotiiy of disposition which knew no tuiii4 of selttshuess, (cere iliemiea'famiKar to uti tongues. I.c&etiivhed.ihe apportiMtties afforded me of cultiv-iting .his ac-c' quaifttuiicp, becatise i deemed the friendthip o) -ahcit a mKii, whatever barriers ofspsceor circniii-.Stance futesn^ht afterwards inferpppe betwixt us,^ air invahiuble hiisitiou.i Our iuiiTiacy co&ld.' scascely bare had a selfi-ti motive. The Geiit^iut nis litile likely to fitafit by the iL4,ituiuiunce uf a wandering stranger, nor, us I wa�rihen siiuatedi^ cnuiilll reasonably have ho|)ed fur udyauctinenc-.icri his hand. He huil ati Utiti lime a fine brig of war, on theyoiuL.of saihpg for JiiKiios Ajres, with supplies of Brm�, ami uiumunirioii for that cuuutcy, and. was nniv^rsalty nienlioiied as the accredited agent of tlie Souttt American Patriots in their traiisacliona with the United Siales. On my (fnittitig BtiitHnore, tUie General gave lue letters lo VVushiu);ton, Richmond, mid other cities of the Union, ifi all uf whicb. I was riceive,d, tint as the ffieiiti uf an ii^postur or adventurer, but of a nia.n, of the highest, hot>oar and reejieciabiliry. I shall add one nuiie instance of the light in which General^ D'Evereo.t w�s" regarded ia the United Stnte*:, The only national niuoument in Ainerii.'', conse-crateil to lite memory of \Va>hingtoi>, was erecied within these fewjeais neat Baltimore, by voluntary cpiilrtbutioii; i^ud tliv (ubscription lor U:i:i imrpuseC was first ptotupted and carried iiitu effect b^ Gitiieiat D'Evereux. * liwhut I have thns stated, of my own know-' leilge, of General. D'Everriix'achurKCier, and o^ the oi^iiioii.eutertaiueci of it liironghout the Uuiledj Stales, be.iiei; ,credit^.i ask, wiili coi^j fi leucj^j. is thk a man to iftuptiite ,a >\Btein of th� :mMsi,,|^n)itiuafpl,ed fraitd for.,Uuii .oiust^ tlespicabll ;