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Morning Post And Fashionable World (Newspaper) - July 28, 1795, London, Middlesex I I Fc 7-��i&ft&-JfoSftiitV THIS PRESENT IfY July will be A BOLc STROKE FOR A 1ftfr. Sir Philip Mr. Mr. Anne Mrs. ' - To which will he AGREEABLE Sir Mr. Booth j the and New Bay at the Old and oh Saturday the A new comic im three is in The play the in and win H the first this Friday ' No. 20 facing - PERFECT and Sec. are made on easy a that of of age cannot fail to take a Perfect in at 6d. and painted on Glass or in a stile of superior from to Profile likenesses in gilt Frames His Impression Profile for Ladies and to take any number at 5s. and 7s, 6a. They will utility to Gentlemen as they can be put into a small and to & friend with a polite remembrance in one Time of one and one sifting Specimens of the above Paintings may from Eleven o'clock m the Forenoon till Seven in the at No. 293, facing A N. B. Such who wish to see the effect of the above One which will he returned cn purchasing of either the or sitting for an Impression Plate MARINE No. 5^ July 18,1795. to the Direction of the Lords of the the Paymaster of his Marine gives that on next will he issued at this Office Six Months Hajf to the Reduced Officers of the said Forces from January to the 30th of June 1795, ' N. B. No any or will be accepted from any Person BENEVOLENT FOR DELIVERING POOR MARRIED WOMEN AT THEIR OWN AT a Quarterly General Meeting held at the Hungerford the 6th Day of 1795, Sir JOSEPH in the That die Election of a Physician and to this be held at this on the 3d Day of August by to commence at the hour of at Three be permitted to whose Subscription 1$ not paid to the Esq. Cockspur before Six O'clock in the on the Saturday previous to the Say of FELL AT his Wine and Brandy No. 259, Wapping New has for sale on several parcels of Red Pert Wine of sundry in Pipes and large Oporto and of the finest Old Red Port has been a long time bottled packed in four dozen to be 17s. 28s. and 30a. tlu bottles AIst a parcel of Old Madeira exceeding fine to be sold at 55I. the part of Wine is bottled off and packed for in sour dozen to he sold 34s. per bottles Likewise two parcels of French and Spanish to be sold at 12s. per N.B. Will be delivered free quantity not lets than one dozen of or two gallons of to any part of the or places Will be a few days a parcel of Vidonia in pipes and great Cure by LEAKE's PATENT to THOMAS No. 0, New WHEN a man receives a benefit from the excellence of another's I deem it but right independent of the pecuniary trifle it jt is his duty with gratitude to acknowledge it. Impressed with these permit me to acquaint you with the following with not only my particular request that it may be made About seven years Henry a near relation of contracted a then slight Venereal but from neglect and cold soon became a confirmed Lues - After being under the care of an eminent Surgeon in this neighbourhood for eight months without findins any lite was removed to after being twice he was pronounced and discharged six months had scarcely before the disorder returned with double that his groins were the and away by and his legs covered with in this he was sent to L - at the end of ten he was discharged with the loss of sight of one and wasted to a skeleton he then entered on a course of Syrup for near two years finding every thing and little more than a he determined to resign himself to that fate which must sooner or later overtake us Reading the extraordinary case of the man at I persuaded him to make trial your and accordingly I sent for a Box from Sheffield before the of a which had long been a to his appetite and strength in fourteen boxes restored his good state of and we have now the greatest hopes that he will recover the use ot his to you I for the restoration of a and every Christian for a. fellow creature and that Providence may repay by a long and happy is the ardent prayer Your most obliged and humble Aug. 20. GEORGE Prepared and sold by the Sole THOMAS Member of the Corporation of At his No. 9, New he will give without a to persons taking these and will answer if post on the same observing in all cases the most inviolable They are also by his for the convenience of those living at a at the No. 35, St. Mr. Robertson's No. 103, Mr. No. 1, Little Watson and Co. and by one person in every considerable town in in boxes of only as. sealed up with full and plain whereby persons of either may curs themselves with and BLACK and THREAD LACE At the near Su and respectfully inform their numerous Friends and the have now on sale an extensive and valuable the above which they are enabled least fifteen per this any the tame hitherto offered to the are -some fine ell-wide plain at 3cs..ttye piece of ten worth 40s. Some fine ' Curious at for per superfine Worked at 50S. per with every description of and worked A fresh assortment of Irish of the new also Dimities and from per yard and Their Black Modes and Laces are acknowledged to excellence of the large quantity they have are enabled to sell them remarkably ' 1'! Their other article of as To prevent and friends to observe is the sign of the near St. N. B. in the greatest and of * DOCTOR ' ' j ROM No. SOHO to No. 12, CONTINUES 40 give his Advice in all CHRONIC particularly in H Disease for which he is enabled to offer a radical Cute although it is the little which Medical Men in have of has that it is a maUdy without a he is enabled to and invites to his with a full confidence every alleviation of their the Nature of their Cases will following Case is submitted for Mrs. Thor Teacher of the French in being for several afflicted with was at length reduced to a as to be able to comprehend only by consequence of she obliged to at an advanced had to herself a on the Humanity of her In this deplorable she was reco by a Clergyman of the Church of England to who her tor a few at the end of which time ahe was 1 and resumed her former which shs still continuing to enjoy that inestimable under she owes to the Efficacy of To the CONSUMPTIVE and DOCTOR SENATE recommends his PECTORAL BALSAM OF which is proved by Experience to be the most sovereign Remedy ever ytt for TIGHTNESS OF THE C DISEASES OF THF and and sold only by in Glass at Two Shillings and Nine and Pound Two Shillings most celebrated Medical ancient an ascribe to tins Inhabitant ot the forth Production in these Parts as a powerful Incentive to the Natives to have Recourse to a which Providence appears to have thrown in their as the most efficacious for those Complaints to the Temperature of the Climate has rendered their Constitution most shey by enlarging on its abounding in Parts of the as an Arguing in favour of its being considered an universal Blessing to to its peculiar they that it is the only Sweet which assuages from which it was called by the Gaien takes No. that it was employed in Hydropic a View to obviate the Necessity of Mr. Fet in his Medic in a n recommends thu Root as a most excellent and it softens acrimonious at the Time proves gently Proofs of and how much it merits Public it is considered can boast of these how great a degree such Quality cine proposed even as an Alleviator of t to which we daily see such During the which raged with sue the latter end of the and the beginning of the present seven thousand persons were supplied with this every individual of whom perfectly while under the care of the most celebrated Physicians in the were carried off by that malignant FOR or KING'S DOCTOR SENATE offers the afflicted a VEGETABLE wich which he has performed some remarkable cures in favour of which he shall only that he has never failed of success in any one where he has been applied to by persons with this and hitherto incurable so frequently entailed on DOC 1 OR SENATE has nothing further to hutto the diseased to consider his House as an to which they may resort with confidence of being treated with candour and and where they may be assured of meeting every alleviation of their which the nature of their cases will Advice on and from Ten till Three No. 12, organisation the Grenadiers GeriS on the The Gens d' be entitled ths Grenadiers of the National and to form one 6f 800 to be divided into eight corps to be commanded by a Chief It is to have a of with a crown of oak leaves on and on the rither the following of Grenadiers of The uniform to be blue lined with with and a blue the and breeches A Member was that this corps riot bear the name on it by the excite the of the other and it might be thought that of the People had to a Plan on that there be- tvo kind of one who were of every of commerce and for who were of kind of commerce With to who engage in branches of commerce and they be provided with a Patent for each of This was as articles regulating the forms to which were to A demanded that the commerce of Corn be by a of twenty years This proportion was rejected by the previous The Convention proceeded to the DISCUSSION ON THE It debated whether there be different degrees of and the be chofen from This was termed the of After a debate of fome this ' ne in NATIONAL 4THERMIDOR, july 22. A Member that a terrible plot had been discovered at St. Foreigners had in corrupting with gold a few bafe and venal The plan was to the to on the and deliver up the city to the on the night of the 21ft 9). The been for fome days in the vicinity of St. were immediately to have been invited The traitors had made choice of the moment when there were no longer any the line in the place but the zeal and vigilance of and the bravery and of the have evinced that the the of all calumniated by and his will never to be one of the ramparts of A great number of the had already been and the active was on foot to come at their mention of the of the Authorities of St. was in the name of the Military the following plan for a new 5 july 2$. Portier of in the name of the Com made a Report on the Whether the of the 9th 27), and the 10th of be celebrated together The Committee was of a negative each of the days having a very On of centuries the Laws their and the Re public was rofe out of the ruins of the a new the that had been and Tyranny changed its name and its On the 9th the of Terror was in its turn and Virtue triumphed over The Reporter concluded by that if the two were to be the and would find their advantage in the the former would fay that the Convention was about to the of and neglected to - the 9th while the latter would that the Convention was to the feeing that it did the 10th of He accordingly to that on the 9th at ten in the the Deputies meet in in the Hall of the where the National of perform Republican and The Convention afterwards to its On the of the Convention that from the 15th Thermidor 2) the and of every rank receive an addition of two fous in to their daily The Officers and Commanders of and battalions be with a complete uniform drefs by way of a and without any deduction being made from their Aubry afterwards to maintain the of the 3d Prairial 22) which appointed three for the direction of the armed force of three to be chofen in an extraordinary evening Tt was decreed that the Committee of Public Safety two other for the camp Thibaut demanded conformably to the of the the election by vote be in every of and the mode of ballot General Carte alt wrote to contradicta report in relative to the of the on the of St. He for the that was to and to drub the if they known colours in a manner be who have to fight for that from who feave formed the vain of on the one from the Friends of the Rights of Man on the A line of was never between it more that the of imprinted on of before with the Laurels Never was it that who the in the not there continue moral which from various corrupted all to the Never in had pood men more need of union and cert in their and their From confederations we have tne following Art. I. All the have retired to rural be recalled to the chief places of the and declared in a Mate of being if there is not grounds The of the are charged with the execution of and are enjoined to proceed to it with and The laws concerning the wearing of the ' as Well by as be again put in and whoever he and in conformity to thert The ahd the Municipal Officers of are charged with thW execution of the preceding always remembering to treat with lefs smd when are not charged with bad The tp Administrators of and in and polled wherever it is IN THE NAME OF and of the People to the The intelligence it to mult between the enemies who invaded the French and the of who have fled their only to if fire and us to decree as C Art. I. The and children of be immediately and conducted to forts and fortified there to be detained as o The of the Departments j and are charged with the execution of the preceding and they may make fuch exceptions to it 3s they think The liberty has been lately and who may be not having made the declaration to live in to the and faithful to the lae and as The of either or of other nations with whom Peace is not were at liberty upon their be again The Proclamation be to the who them officially to the of the Both are charged to watch over its execution in fuch a manner as to reconcile with the of precautions which this Public Safety At 9 third year of the of the Parisian It is said that the Administrators of La have refused provisionally to cute this and have written to the Committee of Public Safety for its PROCLAMATION IN THE NAME OF THE FRENCH and of the People on the of Br eft and and in the neighbouring and at the Perti of and The territory of Liberty has been violates bv its mortal The and they are therefore in of each in the attitude of It is to the news which the Commander in Chief has received this night from General Emigrants have at in the of 1 They are to be the fane who were driven from and who Gen. Grouchy immediately the He the troops who went from and fortunately were He was j to have attacked them fin's if General who is informed of their permit and can fend him troops from of which the advances be bv occupying the high road of which is the only from the of Thuis on that Thus the enemy maybe there blocked up as at even though they were not from it. But they will have more of there than at It is therefore to attack snd Tnat is what General Grouchy that will be kept by the good and The news of the 25th from announce an important advantage gained over the and the Paris we give the details of it when they
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