Morning Herald And Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 18, 1784, London, Middlesex The No. 1268.] T H U D R U & Y N E. THIS If MP AN AT in 1 T H late Mr. Mr. Mr. And And 5M)fe Chorus of by Mr. Mr. Mrs. Bo Mifs Mifs Mifs Mrs. &c. a Dance of by Mifs &c. In Aft a Dance of FANTASTIC In Will be intro a By Mr. and Mifs H AM O I R. After which will be the laft New Pantomime in two called H a R L e in Magic C e s t u time the Tragedy 0f Mrs. Wells her that to will be the 6th the laft Farce of the it being the Author's On this Venice Brereton Mr. Mrs. the Comedy of the Wonder j to which wili for the ift a of and called Slid altered the of King co THIRD AT the in THIS EVEN IN Will be performed a New Comic f O n t a n l e a OUR WAY hi Written by Mr. by Mr. The principal Characters by Mr. L E W I Mr. Mr. ED Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. EG And Mr. Mrs. Mifs Mrs. T. B A N N I ST E R. With a New French Medley r ew &c. The Words of the Songs to be had at the To which will be added the Pantomime of L O R d M a Y O d a Y A FLIGHT from LAPLAND AIR The new Comic called was again laft by a numerous apd throughout with the and it will be repeated this on on Friday of which the Ladies and Gentlemen who hzre places are to 6th the Tragedy of Romeo and with the Poor for the 3d time Mr. appear in character of Mrs. Abington will perform the character of in the for the laft time till on Due notice will be given of Crawford's P n t O n. While Mr. on fo many and reiterated an of favor and encouragement from he at the fame to forget the feelings of but to be as much as to the relief indigence and j he therefore ia open the Pantheon This of a charitable to be and have been properly certified and The Money received at this on that Night wil lie at Sir William Lemon's aid Co. in the and a fortnight after will be under the of a Committee df be given to the An additional full will be provided for and Country doors will open at Seven tie dances commence at and the will play until To accommodate the additional rooms will be opened fpr &c. The price of will be Five to the trouble of paying money at the Tickets may be hid at the from Ten in the morning until Five in The Exhibition by day continues open as Fires in the great and the of the Honorable Artillery Company to render the Promenade One Mr. Portrait Miniature now engraving by Mr from and drawing by Mr. are t ken In at the artist Mr. Sheriff's No. 14, at N. B. To prevent Ladies and Gentlemen are particular orders to their that they may take up and fet down with their heads towards ' A Mcwey Lends as. The GUARDIANS 5 Society for the Protection of Trade Swindles and Sh Whereas Complaints of been made to this by who have been defrauded of their N and Bills of by deceptions and of of whom been on the books of the Fleet offering to lend money on are inferred in of the and to prevent only the initi J letters of the application to be made this S anxious ra adopt every within their power which conduce the think it to caution fom any fuch or any for shit undertake to but which the every not only find to hut are defrauded of their by the of leaving them with him for a the moneys the very giving hi n bis own return the or pay the on and daily practice of this of warrants the Society in thus alarming the and them an which ground rapidity and muft in the ruin who have of S. F * ' - P A NT November 18, 1)^4. Three Pen ' Nobility and Gentry are that the GRAND ITALIAN at this will commence on the next continued on to the Twelve The to Four Guineas which will admit the bearer or to the Concert for which and but the Tickets of. the Night be Madam Mara is engaged as Vocal - Mr. Abel is principal Mr. Solomon to the The other principal are De &c. Admittance to as MR. to Aerial from the Royal Caille at to the informs the that the particular of of the Nobility and he will make a Aerial acV companied by an American of the time and place given in the Tickets now at following Piccadilly 5 R. New William at and in the the near the Covent ar Mr. and at the place of St. The Balloon and Flying are now to be feen at Clayton's St. One To the PROPRIETORS of Ladies and THE Death of my late worthy Mr. Charles having a vacancy in the I take the liberty of the honor of your whenever the vacancy be declared by the If I mould be fo happy as to be the of your ym may reft that nothing mall be on my to a of my duty and 1 flatter my formei has and my future will fuch as to merit a continuance of your I have the honor to Ladies and Your much obliged humble Nov. 75. JAMES M OFF To Hon. the Lord and Common Council of the City of My Lord an 1 AReport having been that I have declined being a Candidate for the Office of Bailiff of the Borough of I feel f under the contradicting the and thua by avowing my intention of to your choice on the cay oi I My Lord and Barthol and humble Nov. 17S4. JOS. And a Share of every Capital Prize of 50!. up to 20,000!. may be gained throughout the for the rifle of SHILLINGS and at the Office of HARRIS 4nd Co. 30,) near St. For Five Shillings and an Adventure will be containing a and mould the number be the fame as Drawn Ticket at om Monday the 2zd ef November the day of the TWENTY TICKETS im be delivered to the fortunate adventurer Nos. 6505, 6506, 6507, 6508, 6509, 6510, 6516, 23126, 23227) 23�9> 23S8ii 235Si� 1373^. B. The above Twenty M are kept at die Office for the and of every lady of feeing them at any The number of the adventure will alfo be entitled to following fums in the Capital Prizes through the whole drawing of the To 200I. if a Prize 20,0001. 50I. 30I. 2 if if if if if if if 5,000!. 2,cool. 500I. 50L And if the Laft to 100I. mould the Number be drawn a or a Prize 20U on the Day of the ONE GUINEA will be returned for the fame Drawing on Monday the 22d A and Co. have no concern in any other office STATE LOTTERY for the YEAR 1784, Will begin drawing on Monday the 22d of MR. HODGES begs leave to inform the that he has an at 73, the corner of the in and at No. 124, under the late Royal London appointed by Government fir and Tickets and Shares of where are now an fale a variety of divided into and and legally as enjoined by thi late of The PRESENT PRICE of o may gain o c g 4 5,000 2,500 1,25a from Country Bills at or ih ' An H at A at An at 2 ' 3 A at 12 N. B. poft and none but be Mr. that the probity which has all for a feries of and the punctuality with which he has every in capital Prizes to the of the he has been uniformly to Lift of is wo numerous to be in this may be fen his with name of Hodgs One capital Pr in chinks it to which is 22,117, in ne Lottery 1781, a Prize of 20,0001. which was told in Four CJu ' The of this Lottery will to be in nn the 2 yh of March from the drawing until the current value will for at the above Offices at Sixpence Mr. Hedges begs of the that every branch of tits Lattery will with the which has invariably directed all Tne are ta take that Mr. Hildas is not in but C O A C ' Evening the following will ' Jl be debated Is a wild or youth the more likely to make a good t' The thair to be taken at eight o'clock Ladies and Gentlemen admitted at 6d Wanted two young Ladies of good as Apprentices to a Milliner of and in the line of A Fifty Guineas each is Far enquire of Mrs. No. 89, Pall L O T E R Y TO during the 1 in the with good fronts far one 60 feet with a private and fitted up the ether and may entered on Enquire at 78, Oxford one ce taken a term of w to be on an t* a very lucrative tiom Tf be for to pay all the money a proper will be accepted in part of the None buc principals need apply by letter directed to Mr. AN of Foot on the Half pay of the wants to exchange with a Lieutenant on full pay in any Regiment hame for which a proper will he given in lieu of the difference of Any fuch who of retiring on and is to apply by or W. J. No. 16, M CN E Y ox A N N U I TIES ANTED to lay out Two or Three Pounds in the rf one or more Annuities for the upon Land or Money in the The being the no Brokerage be nor cept for the B. Pay in the or taken Enquire of near St. WHEAT S H E A Covent 1784." remainder of the Stock of BARLOW and of quantity of Autumn and Winter now offered to the ori very low teims their Houfe being muft be cleared before N.B. The price marked on each To the who has retired from having a of plain and figured to the has his to 6f to the it an uncommonly reduced is marked on each rather than by way of they are to be feen in a at Mr. two doors from in the will attend from eleven in the morning tilt three in the to N.B. They will not be more than foir 1 Young of obliging is of engaging as Private Tutor in a or to attend a part of the if more as he has been in fuch a and the his life he hopes to give employer he Should any or Gentleman honor him With an he upon an more what he means to and can have a good recommendation from fome in addition to a certificate in his by the eminent of the College as his inclination leads him to an employment of this in preference to any his terms will be for S. R. 119, D and ROYAL Corner of ANIEL who lately opened the above having already received many Favors from his Friends and the take this method of returning his milt grateful and and of Eliciting their future Indulgence and He begs leave to inform the Public at that the parti is fitted up in a that every Thing that can make a Place for the Reception uf the Public is to be in an eminent at the faid Tavern an J J that and in the Variety in the Excellence in the Quality of every Artie e of and Moderation in the are peculiar of his The Royal alfo every A vantage that cin be in a Lodging by C and Diligence of Attention STATE 1784. and beg to acquaint the that the and Shares of in the State are felling by them at adjoining the corner of the back of the in and in a great variety of and at the reasonable All Shares Md by them are by and paid for the Prizes as 1.ion as At their Office many of the capital in the paft Lotteries have beep The correct Numeric d and Books are Tickets and Shares at ti. par and the earliest account their fent to an of The Lot ery drawing on Monday 5 of which are delivered without and of in the Lottery or Public by the Public's and obedient and M MESSRS. GALLEY and at their Old by No. 65, St. acquaint the and the that are now in the of and om Englith and All of Tickets fold at their by the of and the with them for the Security of Par. correct Numerical Book the and at Six pence per and their fent ta any part ef the value - - and as is. N. Country duly attended at a taken in The begins At the 3 great betn in and farmer for and U STAMP Nov. 1784. HIS for managing tht Stamp do give that art tbt only f who are duly licenced by them for Jilting in the No. 11, and George No. 4, Thomas Francis and George Royal and John James Cry of and Robert City of Edward and John James Thomas and Edward Royal Benjamin and Edward jun. upan Robert Philip Henry Thomas and John 96, Royal John Ma William Royal * Peter and James No. 3, Chairing the Trone Jorri New Bond High Oxford Roger 1S7, James and near ths John No. 11, City of John Aid tht it thus ti caution all f erf ns their buying or any Shares of other than as are tbc ing under a the in et under any er may depend any event tr contingency to tie of any Ticket or or tbe for any fuch By Order of the JOHN BRET NATURAL Shortly will be Volume I. of THE UNIVERSAL Being an Work on s. by to His The of great including many of fome years miy be feen by application to Mr. the at his No. 2.6, Covent G Hints of important Ufes tJ he from By the fame To be had of Mr. in Fleet Price 2s. This Day is price is. THE chief End of Man's being the of a preached at in the ifle of on the of 17S4. By the J. G. A. M. of the Geirnan at St. in the L Printed by C. in Greet Sold .by R. No. 47, j P. facing Clement's and J. No. 4, in t. This Day were pul Price Three Shillings and By tht Reverend WILLIAM AM. Lite of and Captain to thi Right Honourable the Earl of To which are ad led of Italian 6onnets, from of P. and Printed for f. at Homer's and fold by D. Prince and J. in and J. in This Day is price is. THE OVERTURE to fold by No. 19, the Six Clerks where 111 ly be for the price for the 2s. 6d. 2s. and Colin and 6.i. favorite 3. 10s. 6d. Op. 5. 15s. ' Without 6 Op. 2.. in the admired performed hv Matter at the for the Benefit of the Price 135. STATE 1784. Begins Drawing on Monday the 22a THE and Shares of continue falling in great variety of at Old State Lottery the King's C taring Gentlemen and Ladies that have Receipts .at this ire to exchange them for the original Tickets or they m iy nut be deprived of their chance of the i.e Bearer to the following N. B. All to the Lottery faithfully at this Tiie Public are to this with THE moll and advantageous method of adventuring in the at S 1 APLETON arid Co's 52, n whole State Lottery No. 4,698, 7,530, 31,253, 354- 3>)-55i which may be feen at the Thrie will be obtained trifling fum of Seven upon the following A Seven e contains Two The the Bearer to the Five if it mould be the fame as the Ticket on tbe aid The Second Number very 303 Guineas if either of the 150 Guinean if either of the 7- Guineas if of the jc Cuine s if af the 1^ Guineas if either of the if of the 16 Prizes of 6. Guineas if either of the 110 of 3 Guineas if richer the 100 Prizes of The and laft drawn each which are entitled to br. are included and if the fame Number a or even a during tho the will be J is to that Above plan morr mcney may be than by Shares of on the event of a 50I. gain Guineas for Seven Shillings by this 1:0 more can be gained by the Sixteenth Share of a which would you One the returned for and the important chance sf che Five by which every capital Prist n inay hi 2 Prizes of 20,000!. 2 Prizes of 2 Prizes of 5,000!. 5 of l-t s of 5C0L 50!.