Stuart's Star And Evening Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 24, 1789, London, Middlesex A the Theatre TO-MORROW will be FALSE Mr. Mr. Wroughton Mr. Mr. jun. And Mr. R. Mifs Mrs. And Miis The Prologue to be by Mr. And the Epilogue by Mifs Far re will be added THE Youg Mr. Captain Mr. Old Mr. And Mr. Su e f t Mifs Aud Mrs. Pit 3s. Gallery 2s. Upper Gallery is. Places for the Boxes to be taken of Mr. at the No Money to be Doors will be opened at Quarter after Five and begin at a Quarter after CO FE AT the Theatre TO-MORROW will be The Comic Opera of INKLE AND by jun. at the Hiy market in 1787.J Mr. Sir Mr. And Mr. Mrs. And additional Mrs. After which will be the new Grand Serious Pantomime of THE DEATH OF CAPTAIN now Paris with uncommon To conclude with a of A BURNING With the Original French Box 5s. Pit 3s. Gal. 2s. and Second Gal. is. No Money to be The Doors will be opened at a Quarter after To begin at a Quarter after for the benefit of Mr. AT the On May 5, 1789, will be LOVE IN A ailed at in 1762.] Young Mr. Johnstone Ba n n i s t e r. Mr. Sir William Mr. Mr. Da vies Mr. Rock And Mr. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mountain Mifs Stuart With ENTERTAINMENTS and A As will be in future Tickets to be had of Mr. Portland and of Mr. at the where places for the boxes may be t To the Right Honourable WILLIAM Chancellor 0/" the i AS it is found expedient to repeal the Shop and as be done about do away that import Let us have light and air in our as free as the dew of That the People may lay an pro and Tax I have the honour to to the liberal only The true and Inventor of Sound Cures of Fistula in A Without or confinement And your well MARTIN VAN 10th 1789. No. 72, WIN and No. 158, Near St. Martin s Engines for and to be worked by any mo ft agreeable and convenient Engines and for and Leather Pipes and alfo Old Engines repaired oa the molt Steel Flatting other P - - ET g. & n. - 5' 3 1 1 1 a. 3 M 1 3 g. N - rj pj n p o - 3 S. 3 o ft 1 1 1 1 CO O O O O o o 8^ Si u. OS b Hi w 3 5' 1 1 1 BY HIS LETTERS GENUINE SO famous for their in curing every degree and of the Venereal the confinement of in an and ic cret One Pill is a iti ope ration and requiring no particular atten la fifteen days they generally cure cruel and where they rail in that time of the Patient has the happy that he or fhe is at the eve of being lb let the d gree of malignancy be ever rb It is an excellency peculiar to to make di at the and enter into with the offending matter which they and They are declared by experience to be a pre ferver of as well as a by taking only eight lingle Pills Spring and Fall in every In the Patentee has this ry obligation to they are Hire to fulfil and as though impatient of immortal and Pills are worthy a place in the cabinets of Waiters and of the for that they will keep good in all climates any length of anil they have now borne the teft of near credit to and honour that during the laft eight they have radically cured upwards o0 many of whom had been from where had been frequently and rdl other made ufe of without Prepared and fold by the fole T. Tay Member of the Corporation of at his No. 9, New in Boxes of only as. 9d. duty Two back and in the at by his are with copious at the No. St. N facing the Mr. No. 103, Mr. 1 Little Mr. of and no in Mr. Mr. and by town in W - rf .ii CO to 1- n. a- X e- P a. Hi W Crv CO 1 o 4- - 3 o o o o o o s St rq Co N hi PATENT STEAM r 111 oft obvious Advantage from this Ne Improved Method of Cooking is the laving of by the application of this invention to the Kitchen which flill continues to an Twer every of ordinary the fame as if the Apparatus consequently every that is and every other office performed by is a clear laving in the article of As boding is the moil as well as the mode of every clifh that requires may be done to much greater advantage by means of .It h when meat of any kind is boiled in much of the and of. the will be by this on the the juice is wholly which gives a delicacy and rich flavour to meat cooked in this hardly to bo conceived by who have not tailed the juices being all like wife renders the fame quantity of food more to whom is an to whom is in the preparation of food aill do well to adopt this method of of all in the the application of iteam muft be the molt it is a that hardly admits of being being the lame from whatever kind of water it is aud moil of tre equally and unchanged in their When an apparatus of this kind is fitted it conveniently a variety of other which commonly form articles of They are made and fold by William No THE the good fortune to J announce to the world a important in the Vegetable j About the lit of 1786, among s variety of other he collected from the into his a root of then which remained there without particular notice winter He then it was hot only green but that it had multiplied This was to engage his further on tailing he was beyond find it that any Gramen he had He was now determined to fo valuable an in the he divided and of the and enough to cover a plat in his garden forty feet From this he has collected which has been is new and will be in the The plants on the forty feet plat are already and now occupy four acres of This of Grafs will probably be found to unite the two Cornucopia and it having a and being without the of the and the beard of of the but agreeing in other equally with It bears a long and ripens its feed about the middle of It retained its verdure when the mercury in thermometer in the role to 99 3"4ths degrees during the month of July and it has been not only unaffected this winter when ice has been half an inch and when and other have fuffered from the but has actually and continued It propagates by root and as well as by it forms a thick it is perfectly tender and free from or it is always in a verdant and either in the vray or meadow to exceed every of in every After fuch an its it will edly be what has its long been and how does it happen that it is hitherto lb To hefe the is from fact and to give In this where our winters are there is a of the cold without any for this very we neglect making win er though it is certain that during the mo iich of and when cattle might be put in the moll thriving are and away at So much for our own Aid in to the its 1'carcity is owing to its when turned into the rah and all the fera in their cafe preferable to the of this however long latent to and crop it more frequently in the fame degree as it exceeds others plants nut cr aud keep the better ly found but matter of Every is entitled to the reward of his The though not in thinks ht has a jail claim the for his lime and If he was to part with a por tion of the might be able to vie with in the profits cf the and deprive him of his lie therefore as foon as a for five hundred quarts is to of the feed at the rate of two guineas per And he now One quart cf feed is to fow an acre of It be fown in the mouths of March or and may be into acres at any at of nine inches one plant from another after it mult be kept when it will be found to require no more attendance than any other I agrees with but that he cultivates it is a For the veracity of the above the pledges his word of South THOMAS 24, 178/. For nineteen months J. FRASER proprietor with Mr. of this valuable had in South for the of forming a botanical During this he enjoyed daily of the properties of this till then unknown yet he was cautious of recommending it to the notice of the Public at larte till he had made a fair trial how far it would thrive in a the ty Waiter well as on the On that trial the remit has far exceeded J. as they and now with truth he can that this extraordinary lb far from being an exotic to which our climate is actually attains a higher degree of perfection here than in its native foil of are not mere unfounded on facts they have for their the of truth and experi and can already not till now announced to the be by many of the characters in tlie among whom J. Frafer is proud to mention as his Patrons and the following Noblemen and who have not only feen and but their from the le a Strand of - - - Marquis de P. Salop - - * Earl Sir W. - Earl - and Co. - Mr. Brompton Bay Mr. Sir Martin - - Rev. Norwich from the United States of America to the Court of - -i M. P. for Mr. Lean - - and to their Royal the Prince of Wales and Duke of Stockwell Common Royal Navy Lord - Lord - - - and Lambeth upon Trent St. Helen's Secretary to the Society for promoting N. - Lord - - Lord M. P. - St. Lord - - 2 - - 2 * and York 2 T. K. the Hon. 33 2 2 21 2 12 2 2 2 67 2 2 2 2 are unmolested This is not o 7. 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 4 2 2 2 2 2 2 of the and - and No. 105 of being lb remarkably it is from other Grafs by its which is a tine light pea Sir Royal Society - - * Bake Herts ditto - Sir * near Dublin - * Hants Ead of Right Hon. Gen. Earl of - - Herts 1r. Northumberland le to all his Buildings and Mailer of the 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 10 IO 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 Lord of * 2 2 Sufi oik 2 2 His Grace the Duke of Marlborough - 22 Earl of - - 22 N. - - - 22 Lord - - 2 2 H. G. - - - 22 W. - - - 2 2 His Graze the of Gordon - 22 Horatio - - 22 Daniel - - - 22 Sir Henry - - 4 4 The Gentlemen fn the above ro names an is have been fo obliging as to undertake to receive which are alio received by Coutts and Co. Mr. and by the only vender and joint J. the Grafs may be feen It appears from tried in that thrives extraordinary well in a poor light and be to advantage as late ss It mult be it does not the It is to be had of no other perlon whatever but of as Living as well as feeds and which the late hard both in England and lately been examined by many of the in this who have declared it to be Many Gentlemen have their that this new plant the heat of and our fevere winter not affect and have Mr. Fraser for an of that He is happy it is now in his power to give in the moil and unequivocal a full explanation of that extraordinary matter to any Gentle the molt who will do him the honour to call at his houfe for that Much more might he but he trulls his lilt of truly is fully to recommend it. N. B. the 13th 4 4 Die delivery of the feed commenced on will continue open till foine time in A New and many other curious American may be had as and no where R. is 01 in are generally He help to the that many of the evils which feem to out in the as from confined and for which The VEGETABLE of DE is an acknowledged might be mitigated or prevented by the ufe of doles of the Medicine in fevere when Scorbutic and habits arc peculiarly liable to Inflammatory The common by opiates and affords temporary while it undermines the The Vegetable removes complaints often without confinement always without injury and the Proprietor will take a in the afflicted with his Mr. SWAINSON is it be known though he would to undertake arduous cafes in mild or warm weather yet the Medicine is extremely beneficial in the by preventing and and that general of The Genuine Syrup cau be prepared only in where it is fold at 1 is. 6J. a duty and by Mr. at Mr. and No. and at Mr.