Oracle, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1789, London, Middlesex t 4 J N W 147. ] WED November 18, 1789. Four this present November 18, 1789, will be presented * THE WEST Jun. AICKIN Major Mr. Captain Mr. Charles Mr. & ' v And Mr. * * ' Louisa Mrs. KEMBLE And Charlotte With nighty a Musical in called THE ISLAND OF St. The Principal Characters by Mr. Mr. MrV And Mr. Jun. Miss t Miss HAG And Mrs. The Prologue to be Jun. The New Songs and Accompaniments by Mr. No Money to fe Places for the Boxes to be taken of Mr. atthe The Doors be opened a Quarter after Five to Know your own Mind 5 and on by particular the Comedy of The Henry malce her appearance at this Theatre in the character of Mrs. in The Beaux On Tuesday will be Comic BY COMMAND OF THEIR cove THEATRE this present November 18,178.9, will be presented the of THE Characters by Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. And Mr. Mrs. And Miss The Prologue to be spoken by Mr. And the Epilogue br Mr. After which will be performed the Comic called THE HIGHLAND The Music by and Mr. QUICK j Mr. ED Serjeant Mr. BANNISTER Mr. JOHNSTONE 5 Mr. BLANCHARD j Mrs. MOUNTAIN j And Mrs. To prevent Ladies and Gentlemen are requested to be early at the and to order their Servants to keep Places at four Places lor to be taken of Mr. Brandon at the All in the Wrong $ Belinda by Mrs. 5 with the Grand Ballet of and The the only time this by Mrs. On Friday Mr. will make his first appearance on this in the characters of Touchstone and Sir John in As You Like Bon And on Mr. Karley will King for the first his Day is In one large Price 6s. 6d. in A New and with the Head of the THE CONSTITUTION of ENGLAND An ACCOUNT of the ENGLISH In which itis both with the Republican and other Monarchies in By J. DE Member of the Council of the Two Hundred in the Republic of Printed for G. G. J. J. K. B. A Copies are printed upon Royal Pace 6d. in WARRANTED royal union Established Anno 17S2, By Messrs. SHERGOLD and Co. No. 50, r risque A TWO GUINEA SHARE may gain A ONE GUINEA * A SIX SHILLING 4,061 10 2,031 5 1,015 12 o c o 6 near Double the Amount which can be gained for Sesame Money at any Office in the of any thing Security and equal Security and EGAL time every PRIZE - ONE HALF A and MX SHILLINGS TO THE The contemptible quibbling publications signed T. under the but not sanction of a Public are now so well and it is scarcely necessary to notice Suffice it to that the Proprietors of this House the most bitter malice to support one charge of or refusal to pay any just They long challenged this trial $ have they ever been The Public may see authentic vouchers and receipts for recent payment of near FIFTY THOUSAND upwards of FIVE THOUSAND names the for references of the honour and of this Astonishing as it must there never existed any INDICTMENT against any person of this nor upon ANY CONTRACT corresponding with though with unparalleled impudence advertised in newspaper in the face cf unequivocal DEPOSITIONS UPON OATH demonstrating the This refined stroke of Old Bailey shuffle may be equally Poised against the house of CHILD or any other h is a new worthy only of that prolific brain which devise the noble piece of a Ticket the State Lottery he true and particulars of this curious with its lull may be hud at No. 50, B. post punctually attended The utmost Value given for the Schemes at are given and may be had as at Taylor's and and Old No. 9, four doors from the late the Office of the adjoining Exeter in the The Drawing commenced the 12th of To the end FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY of * IN obedience to the of a numerous Meeting u of. Fa l v e-r 5 of the of the Club instituted to support the of the and the Interest of our late GEORGE holden at the Crown and Anchor ofr Tuesday we waited on Mr. on and communicated to him their He Yesterday delivered to his in the following - F 4* sensibly by the flattering Sentiments of those whose Attachment to my late and to his could alone induced them to think me in any and I intreat in reporting to the worthy and independent by * are deputed on to represent the pure and heartfelt which I am impressed by distinguished of their Partiality to and of their continued Friendship to one whose Name and Character must ever be honest and good I must beg you to sensible of my own insufficiency at all times for the Duties of that Situation to which I am called and peculiarly unequal in the present ment Exertions which must necessarily be give Success to our Endeavours for supporting the Independence Of the County of I feel to the Motives other but myself can possibly Sense of past Favours on most endeared to a certain that I am pursuing the great for many years nearest to his I but be sensible of the disadvantage under which I from the Contrast which may be drawn between Virtues long and Proofs of ating and as yet but little and u which remains to be formed by such But that Disadvantage fin some be when I confess that I other claim to the Public u with which I have been which 44 I may derive an anxious desire to be guided by those w which coi 4t to your valuable Friend so high in the Public Estimation and u The general Sentiments of the Freeholders at and the means to be used for giving effect to the object of your I am yet to learn 5 but I shall lose no time in a personal to express my for instances of regard which my Family u have and to for our common as early as the probability of my for obtaining of I shah and J am not oh the continued Exertions and Assistance of whose partial opinion has engaged me in this w I must add my particular Thanks to w who have had the trouble of attending me on the whose has made the deeper impression on by the manner in which your kindness has u been and the remembrance how particularly dear your names were to my late w Believe * Vour much obliged and most humble Berkley G. Nov. 13,1789. VYe Your most obedient and devoted G. H. JOHN JOHN M OR SHE JOHN WILLIAM THOMAS JOHN FRAN HARRY M GOVERNMENT SECURITY Lodged in the Hands of one of the most Eminent BANKING HOUSES in To the PURCHASERS of At the OLD No. 65, opposite St. GALLEY and Stock respectfully acquaint the and the they have contracted for some large Parcels of English and Irish State Lottery a great variety of which they have divided and SIXTEENTH and flatter their Office will this Year be more conspicuous than for selling on the most reasonable As GALLEY and BEARDMORE have always fulfilled their Engagements with the strictest honour and punctuality presume their Credit is too well established with the Public to need any support $ but as the after a certain are alone responsible to the Public for the Payment of their Shares and some in order to extend their have lately Offered additional GALLEY and humbly beg leave to they were the first who ever offered a Real and Permanent Security to the Holders of Shares to prove they refer the Public to the following which they have uniformly adhered to for several preceding and which has given universal viz. their SHARE TICKETS with the Commissioners of the every Share is stamped with the and the which they take back by virtue of which they are to obtain their Tickets are immediately lodged in of their and by cannot be withdrawn under the space of one Twelvemonth from the conclusion of the Tc illustrate the excellence of the above they have only to that the Security they now offer is if not to that of any Office in the it merits the attention of but in particular those persons who reside at a great distance from the as persons in the East or any part of the have sufficient time to claim their in case of a to attach the Original g Country Correspondents duly attended and all leal business relative to the Lottery and Public Funds trans- acted with the greatest cafe and At No. 67, the Corner of TLEY and SON inform fc the and that they have laid 1 a extensive Stock of Irish which they are determined to sell at the reduced price of 4d. some notwithstanding their any others offered at that They have likewise a great variety of a better and some few Clouded and Please to theirs is the Original Shop for this having sold them a considerable time before any other add where a greater Variety always has and continue to be the best sort is not to-be had They have also a very large Assortment of Lincolnshire which are calculated to make very Genteel and Cheap Morning Gowns and with a great Variety of Cheap and all other Mercery N. B. A good Assortment of Black Italian and Norwich with every other Family on the very lowest ou journal de lA AVIS DES Public a daigne nous nous lui devons de nouveaux bo n da nee matieres que notre plan ne permet point des deux Jangues francoise et Le des considerations locales et nous determinent a la de la langue Nous doublons ainsi notre t On ou nous sommes de pour discussions des aux resolutions du Congres des les falts de des trois parties avee ks importe annexer joindre a ce tableau le plus complet qui ait ete les indications avantageuses au aux sciences et aux que nous avons que nous promettons encore de avec la meme la exactitude que le les et les sont toujours les concourir au de la cause de la propager les se rendre utile a tous les et sera toujours le plus leurs dans cet esprit augmentant de leur ils en ont diminue ie Lecteurs de juger est gazette qui puisse entrer en Cette feuille de quatre pages grand est en caractere des papiers et continuera d'etre publiee en tous les Mercredis et a commencer du Vendredi 13 Novembre 1789. Le prix de la par est reduit a 60 pour a 671.16s. pour la Province et a 3 franc de port. On peut souscrire pour six mois ou pour On souscrit a chez M. au de Comedie et au chez M. le au coin des rues de la Calendre et du en la Et a chez M. No. 49, vis-a-vis de en et M. 0/ LOTTERY TO THE WHEREAS Henry alios Hugh fate of Lombard stands indicted for a Frauds tn the County of In obtaining a Sam of unlawfully a certain Paper Writings printed and parth purporting to be an Acknowledgment of holding in Trust a Part and Share of a vertain No. 7886, h the Irish not being possessed of the said Ticket j and whereas by it is confined that person as lil signed to the said Paper Writings does or ever did belong to such and thereby offer a reward of One Hundred Guineas to any one that will personate the said H. And whereas no Licence has been granted to name of S h ergo to sell Tickets and Shares an or with that at tiny cannot be stampt with State Lottery Stamp are impositions on the und the sellers punishable by fine and Notice is hereby that whoever may be in possession of any such have no security for their money and therefore the Public are against purchasing any any other illegal or Agreements in the and aU Justices of and other Civil by the A3 of 17 of His present 1. strictly required to prevent the committing of any Offences 5 and the Public are desired to lend to discover such by sending Office the Names and Places of Abode of such Person or Persons may be found transgressing as T. - - This day is price 6d. HE B R U N O N I A D An HEROIC in SIX t Containing a solemn detail of certain Commotions which have of late divided the Kingdom of Physic against A critical and Catalogue of our present Luminaries of describing the present Seat of being the result of deep Philosophical a being a Specimen of the Author's Talents in the sublime and beaut THREE HUNDRED GUINEAS IE T. Inspector of will upon has ventured to to give him THREE HUNDRED GUINEAS for doing himself that which every innocent man would anxiously even without any pecuniary We only desire him to make such an affidavit of his settled by our as shall be filed in a Court and be competent as if Perjury is upon it. His Deposition to state That he is T. after hiding himself in a private and the door being broke was apprehended for being concerned in the Fraud and Conspiracy of suborning a Eoy to steal a Ticket from the Lottery to have it apparently at a stated for sinister That he knows nothing of the said T. and never was apprehended upon such a That he never assumed another name at in or any in any name but That he never made any or received any under pretence of furnishing colourable securities for Licences at the Stamp That any Insurance with a view to plunder 500I. upon a Tam That he has not been a common informer under various penal That he never kept any Insurance Offices or shut them leaving the adventurers That there was no instituted against him for illegal in the very last long since as April That he has not been labouring for some to spring the mine of and that he has not imposed gross misrepresentations to effect he found any of describing any of and that his several dated from the Stamp at an immense Profusion of that Public aie not notorious but strictly and agreeable to the tenor of any of That he never has confessed that such indictment scheme was a contrived to frame an by artful might injure the House of SHERGOLD and Co. That he never had a plain offer for a person to stand and him full opportunity to try any charge against the Firm of SHERGOLD and Co. decidedly and without putting Government to any or affixing Reproach to it by such advertisements as he has That he owes no money to any Insurance Office nor knows any whom he dare not aft That since his Inspectorship he has borrowed or no money nor had any paid for by any one interested in the That he has never or applied for any under pretence of procuring Acts of Parliament to establish the very evils he affects to If Mr. WOOD will upon to these points we could give him fifty in effective form we solemnly engage to pay bim THREE HUNDRED GUINEAS upon his standing a whether he has sworn true or will instantly the money at any Every one will sensibly perceive that no pure character can flinch from such a All to prevail upon Mr. WOOD to justify his conduct and assertions in a Court of We invite tender him THREE HUNDRED GUINEAS to vindicate If silence let the World form its estimation of any under the name of T. What must be the reflections upon our cruel injury and monstrous expence What must Government think of such iniquitous abuse of iti sanction Few houses could have repelled such Diabolical We could challenge any impeachment of our honour and soon appeared no blemish could be found and the kind partiality of some have long experienced our well supported us most strange contest that ever wore the We have to us in defiance of the while petty Insurance licensed without a Licence can have no influence upon the legality of or The Public have found this to Still this Arbitrary the whole is a dreadful now Licences are that men's business and subsistence should be at the mercy of the interest of- those law to gram not only contrary to the but to the commands of the Let the Public only look at the now on the T Ho Audire magnos jam Non indecoro pulvere Et cuncta terrarum atrocem in mine eyes With learned most honourably All Lords with deep stern thy majestic Tell the pale Nation what new tumults Among the homicides in By JULIUS Poet Laureat to the Royal College of Physicians Printed for G. 46,.Fleet-street. Garth G MAGAZIN DE No. 108, New and respectfully quaint the Nobility and That they are WINTER COLLECTION of most far for FULL DRESS such as Embroidered in &c. on Cloth and VeU vet. - r Embroidered Dress and Frock Figured and Plain Fine or Beaver Cloths for Dress Coats or likewise some new Silk A variety of the most fashionable and cheap and Mixed common Great &c. Morning and Afternoon Frock of all kinds and A variety of excellent Articles for At their Warehouse Gentlemen will have the advantage of seeing the &c in the by which they will be better able to judge of the effect than from patterns and of having rhem made up at a few hours in the best and most fashionable at a certain Axed by which they will find a considerable COATS made in the most fashionable LIVERIES of all of the strongest and best quality at the lowest LOTTERY WITHOUT and SIXTEENTHS of Irish entitled to their Full Produce in the with considerable advantages in the BLANKS now EIGHTH at Eighteen a SIXTEENTH at Nine at MARGRAY and Old An Eighth of an Irish Prize will produce in English Money deducting the difference in exchange and the following net viz. 5.50 220 i 10 55 i 4s on each on each on each on each on each on each on each 10,000 5,000 2,000 1,000 500 100 20 on each Thus an Eighth purchased at this at Eighteen Shillings is first entitled to its full proportion in the above Prizes in the present Irish should it be drawn a Prize of or should it even be drawn a it will be for such a share and proportion in an English as will entitle the holder thereof to of the above produce in the viz. To 730 290 - 29 14 10s. z 18s. on the on each on each on each on each on each on each on each 20,000 10,009 2,0001 1,00c 500 100 in- the original Deposit cn each Hence an at Eighteen Shillings titled in the Irish to 2,200 in the - - + Total - 2,930 And to the same every other specified And a at Nine is entitled to Half of all the TO THE The great advantages arising from this rational Mode of Adventure is so so and must so forcibly strike every as to give it a decided fuller Explanation of its Advantages therefore becomes There a capital and a which Security is offered to the * that this feasible Contract will be fulfilled in either the Irish or English Lotteries ' THE those numerous Friends who honoured the above Office with their Commands for upwards * of Twenty to needs no they it is humbly well satisfied with the as well as the Integrity of this There scarcely is a town in the whole a Cities of London and but some Individual therein fully experienced the integrity of this In the of Twenty Years there never or a Whisper to the Discredit a the the Co. is Sole Mark set up to-be shot Not a who have 1 bear die Test. - V. to the more who have a superior Kn - ivV v SHERGOLD and Co. 0f the needs to be No. 5,1789- - ' ' ' '