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Morning Herald And Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 6, 1784, London, Middlesex 1179-1 F R I DA August 6, 1784. H A Y - A R K E T. T the Hay - THIS E VJE N IN - Will be performed a Comk called U M R A e M E N t An at The Characters % Mr. Mr. Mr. * Mr. And Mrs. Mifs V - And of die a called The by J Matter and I End of the a called The .by Mr. Mr. and Mrs. To which added a in Two performed called T H E M A N O F A L I t Y. Altered from Sir John of the Mr. Young Mr. And Mifs Hovden by a YOUNG j. Being her appearance on any Places for Boxes to be taken of Mr. at the The doors to be opened at Six and to begin at Seven ' Boxes Pit 3s. Gal. Upper Gal. is. To-morrow night for the the new of NOBLE P E A S A N For the BENEFIT of Mr. AT the in the Hay On TUESDAY 17S4, Will be a Comic L I ONE L and Signora her appearance in that Character Mi. BRETT j Sir John F Mr. Mr. BANNISTER 5 Mr. RILEY And Mr. Mifs Mrs. WEBB f WELLS feud of the never performed a - in one called A E E P into and SHUTER ifl the Mr. Mr. EDWIN Mr. Mr. And Mr. End of the Joe by Mr. riding on an To which will be added performed a Comical Farcical The H T D'YE CALL I Mr. Parens Jonas Mr. i Sir Mr. Mr. Ste Peter Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Barrett j Mifs T R A G I A N S Timothy Thomas Mr. Mr. Wewitzer j Mr. Lyons of Smut the a Mr. Davics Mr. Spencer Second Mr. the favorite 'Twas when the Seas were by George Mrs. Mifs Francis j Mrs. Love of Morris i Goody Black and Mifs of a Child Mailer At full Chorus by the with A Coustry and a Chorns of ' The Prologue by The Epil gue by A PARISH Tickets Places to be taken of Mr. at the ROYAL C. T R C U S. II IS and EVERY E V g will be A New called The LOVERS The Overture and Mafic by Mr. BROOKS With New and H QR SE M A N S HI Mr. G E S and PUPIL S. * A called The GUARDIAN A New called THE To will be a new in Two called The V f C I S S I T U D F. S of H A R L E Q U I N. The of the and by With Scenery by Signor The and Decorations by Signor with a F I R - O R By Signor Boxes 3s. Pit as. Gallery Places for the Boxes to be taken of at St. George's Vivant Rev & The doors open at half pail and the performances begin at half paft fur THIS a New in Three called EMPEROR of the AT Amphitheatre and by and the moil Performers in i The on The HUMOURS of the A new called The AIR B A L L O O N A new called ' T H E G A R D t N E R S. on the TIGHT R OP and the Exhibition on the SLACK called The ROASTED The HORSES and 1 5 T U M 11 L I N By very capital And a. Variety of other the Englim ' a Grand by way of tit To will be the ad a New Panto in Three EMPEROR ef the of and Decorations j 'the by Mr. The a GRAND be introduced anew beautiful ing a Salamander Boxes Boort to and to begin at Half paft Places for the Boxes to Mr. at ehe - ' Vivant Rex & Regina This Dav is Is. ' THE WESTMINSTER A In Two Part I. to Mr. Part to Mr. ' ' Printed in and fold by the &c. landed Parcel of extraordinary fine from 25 to weight brought in the vety 31 and now landing at the be there of ort I very moderate ufe of and A N N U I T 1 E S. FOUR Pounds will be laid out in cr more for which a. good price be given 3 will hinds tVin the by Le or in from Ten to -re er to the - and 5. abour 32 years of of decern his time to the for fome jears has had the fole management of a and Retail Hoofe in the and Wiae have been in each but being quit the to engage fome Gentleman in an line he prefer Weil En I of the as c 1 part are of he is in J keeping and taki ig the and Houle and trulls would bs found very to take an active part. Any gentleman tils may by directing Z. Z. at and place of will be J T- ac No. 277, ner of has a new or the fo worn and approved by people of the for Morning and Riding Ladies Riding Boys A great improvement has lately been made on the and it is now allowed to be in every to as it. keeps renins its much and does exceed one-third the being only 3s. 6d. per yard j a 5s. Colours lor Clergymen or - Captains of Si 1 Sec. Sec. may be with any quantity for the or Weft on the duly No. 131, to recommend his Cafes to the notice of the Nobility and Gentry before they have the town for the being the null complete portable ever His Concave and Alpine aie held in iuch as not to need a The Nobility and Gentry will ds well by at Sharp's with his fine Hair his fo remarkable ror keeping longer than any his Lavender Water drawn f on the his Cyprian and Olympian In and all a laving is made in taking them by the Sham s the favour of are in want ot any thing in the out of Lond they will enquire for Sharp's as many of are fold in one capital in moil in Quarterly Sir JOSEPH in the THE great injury this Charity has lately 1-uliunvd by the of legacies upon which it uled to depend for nearly haif its hating from an that the would he in a of affluence tlie Legacy bequeathed by Mrs. Crayle it is to inform th. that ho benefit Mil accrue to it from that till after the of three gentlemen who are likely to live many The above has been the only of iiate of this for a fuia contributed by the 3nd the II attention paid to the deb s of this laft amounted to 132.6I. 17s. 6d. Till the the find under of applying to the public to prevent fa excellent ah failing to and enable it 60-ontinue that relief which has been the means of the great of 150,0410 of the of our JOSEPH will be received at Stephen t he and at the following and Co Sir Robert - and Co. St. and Pall-Mall and Co. New and Hoare and received to aSch in- - - 1101 12 o Received lince viz. from - - 20 o o - Mr. Hooper ' - 5 5 0 Lady O ugh Drummond and Co. 220 prr ditto - - o jo 6 Mrs. Ann per Hoare and Co. 10 o o Additional received to the - irg o The Weekly their unanimous to Inhabitants of the of it. George and St. who have fo kindly contributed towards the exigencies of this and hope that humane whom in their not fo hippy as to meet take the of into their and afford their kind by fending fuch benefactions as they think either to the or the above men tinned fiom the of the Ladies or Gentlemen not have been waits i the Governors it to any want or on the the Gentleman who Were engaged in This is. Price Ore ' A to the con- new Hints on the recovery of J humbly t that Practice more generally dedicated to Sir and Dr. By JOHN at Loud m Printed for T. and C. 1784. ' - This Day is elegantly printed in Price Four Shillings PE R A In Six By HELEN MARIA Printed fer in the Of whom miy the following r. Plus of three for a private By in 2. in o P and By W. A.m. with 2 Qj al. * 3. Anecdotes of die Ruffian By W. 6s. 4. Art and the of from the 6i. E In a will be ' LEMENTS of Or By M O N T A I- G N E. Printed for 66, Where may be had A fourth Edition with N and of Fashion ael and delivered by a of birch du Harry's Looking to Lady and a number cf curious entertaining French and ' returns thanks to the anonymous in or near for the many and French and received by and as he intends to another woik the the 1 ft of with of he as many anecdotes as the can collect July 28, 1784/ THE principal Navy dt hereby give en jorb of treat be willing ti bh at and CAN. cn a to commence 3, * THE Honorable of the tome fbt funding of &c. * That eff dhle in tbt wrp made out on er days that is to the 31/? day cf 178-i, the of 1781, 28f4 and the of have or on the 3.1^? day of carry rhe fame having but the t hereupon computed and marked upon the Bills at Office J 'the of bis have in exchange fir the Jui or b's or a Certificate C of the Bank if everys of one cr more Hundred terrific arete aid one other for the of the One Hundred rel T A T of of LOT T E R 17S4 C H E me. Value of Total is 20000 5000 - 10000 2000 - 8000 100 o - 500 - 10000 100 - 11000 - 20 - - 233000 4 14) 29 i io 20o J foi 6 - the ft the j 6th the 19th - ' 24000 352000 3000 1900 1000 2000 1000 Tbs Tickets RICHARDSON and the are by at their in and facing - th e King's Th's Day is in One Price 4s. Ornamented with the Head engraved in the beft from a Medal executed by Mr. far the Royal A N of Capt. COOKE's laft in the yens 17-p, 1777, 177S, and 1780; f his in the Northern Containing an account of the parts they j a of the and of the the of and interring relative to the unfortunate death of Captain To is Extracts from a Sketch of his Life and public as related by Captain ' The edition of this by the Lords of the is f da for four neas and a This Compendium i; faithfully extracted from to accommodate fuch as cannot make fo a may be All the Nautical and Agronomical Parts are entirely ' ' for G. at No. 46,'Fleer-ft est. An Abridgement of Capt. with was printed in four fome years i. 4s. tiie of who cannot even that a to with chis in price and is at anf will be - A few proof cf the Head and Re- printed upon ROyal French with an may be had as a Fro to the Quarto PARLIAMENTARY This Day is In Volumes Guinea half-bound and THE PARLIAMENTARY of an accurate and account of all many of which were upon the rights of the the prerogatives of the Crown Alfo many of which were involved of the of the Company's Mr. and The Reports of the Committee appointed to the illicit practices ufed in defrauding the Together with the containing authentic Tables of branches of the which are nowhere elfe to be met Numbers and being and of the laft were this day is. and complete the laft Gentlemen who want aAy Numbers to perfect their are to order them as And Number being the Number of the will be on the 17th of price is. and will contain an and impartial account cf all the Debates of the collated with the notes and of who have already very obligingly communicated the fame and the Editors to renew their to all their former them that the fame will be and the fame impartial to ail their Printed for J. in Piccadilly and fold alfo by R. Baldwin and J in and J. in Of whom be The Secondhand Third of the laft in 11 price 4I. half bound and The Parliamentary of the ' former viz. from 1774 to 17S0,-in Seventeen price Six bound and The a Work in which are all important papers the Revolution in from the to to the laft Treaty of in price and - - To the Patrons of the beautiful and Miniature &c. WILLIAM Superfine Colour removed from No. 80, to No. 299, near the New forms the and that eighteen years in the preparing he is enabled exceed every pretender in the manufactory of elegant The has received from a liberal are the beft proofs he can adduce to the colours of his manufactory with a he and partiality of who or may honour him with their commands as additional of William Reeves colours irt he deems to mention his having the honorary from the of for his preparation of. would be to levince the inimitable quality of the were the of them lefs - ' N. in of any fine and his fine crayon and every article for dred Pounds rFe there f u of tie tided in of the fume to the that is to tbt fum tout of fuch Bills made cut en or I fore the day of 17S to the fum of 106I. iff fuch Bills made but on cr b fire the fata 30/!> 1781, the fum 105I. 7s. 6d. capital fock eacS Bills made cn or of 1782, ff 104U ftf of cut on or before 17S7.; tie laid capital be attended Annuities 1 the rate of 5I per per to firm the yb oF 1784, pay aide of ad other faid be irredeemable the public at the rate cf either 3I, per or 4I. per p been redeemed and paid faid Annuities be upon a n be in this of and fir the commonly called the Sinking oe a collateral The principal Officers and of bis Navy do hereby give notice that all of NAVY and TRANSPORT made out as bi the to the due thereon be computed and in to their being carried 0fir' in NA 1764. THlE principal Officers and 6/ do benby give - - bat on the 17th the lying at - 74 gin 60 La La 1572 - 11556 v ' not not 640 - c 4:2 - not 73-9 Inventories of the be- may be bad and at the Office at j and the liberty if viewing them during tbe etymon b- of till tbe - - ' And a of per is to be made by all tubs attend the fale are to take and come prepared accordingly and Jhall be paid Mid taken by the end cf 20 dags after the j he will If the Ladies Riding Italian AT No. 444, Lidies may be with the new Royal at 3s. and 3s. 6J. per yard a fort at 6 e!agrt> and the public places of five yards for a The above Maud is much of for Summer Great being very lights and duft or Merchants Withers at a notice for the Welt Indies or admirably adapted to Buys Good p for - or half N. B. Ladies with plated 2I. ' ' Superfine Cloth 4!* 14*' Ladies Italian Great from is. to Maud plated 6d.. - fuit of 4!.. ditto 21.14s.- ' I GOUT and S C U R i n 1 DR. who in his treatment of the Gout and his patients and the public in that he Greek - tVe happy in extreme totally deprived of the ufe of are and in a -' ' may be to of be to bear of their happy experience of cures that have defied every and riety of other where the Dr. mode of not only eradicates but leaves the and ' ' ' ' The Doctor rmy be with at eleven every three ' - j CAUTION Society the 1�rotec1ibft oF ' of been to this Society been by the artful of fen book's Ring's Bench feting to oh in only of in obtain j bat are t the verj of Which have S
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