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Observer (Newspaper) - January 20, 1799, London, Middlesex v No. 37�-] January 20, 1799. si ift is of GREAT BAILLIE and Mr. CRUIKSHANK will SPRING of their ANATOMICAL and on the 21st or SMALL FAMILY of may he accommodated with Genteel FIRST ELEGANTLY Situate in a SQUARE at the END of the consisting of a spacious and Large With Conveniences for Servants where there arc no dther Lodgers It may be worth the attention of any i juan whp wishes ro take a Town Residence by the as in such I the Terms would be less an Emolument not being the sole motive | for of Address are left at Mr. D. No. 30, Old j ANTS A as Lady's or Upper genteel Young perfectly qualified for either situation can undertake to instruct Children in the first has no objection to Town or addressed to A. Z. No. 92, White will be duly attended of the fine ITALIAN just brought from will continue open for and by Day till further at rhc in One TATE No. 4, J London and at f. BISH most respectfully acquaints the that TICKETS and SHARES I for the ensuing ENGLISH LOTTERY are selling in great at Old-established as for many years have been remarkably fortunate in selling Capital too numerous for to the English year consists of 376 more and 5370 less than last the lowest Prize is 16L) and not Two Blanks to The Drawing the i Ith of nexi remitting Jank Post Office or may haye Tickets and Shares and their Orders complied with the same as if personally duly and ail kinds of bought and sold by ' Permission of the LORD For the BENEFIT of the large INFANT ORPHAN FAMILY cfa Man of the on the January will be the Comedy of Lady by Lady by a young being her first appearance in any Character on the The rest of the principal Characters hy of respectable Situations in from motives of have Undertaken their several Mother of these helpless rind unprotected in contemplating the Benevolence ef a Humane throws herself with implicit Confidence on the commiserating Patronage of those who are ever ready to afford it for the Relief of suffering had of Lady No. 28, * ' ' who has a Capital ready to wishes to be admitted a PARTNER in any Respectable and Beneficial He means to take an active and is willing to bring in any Sum not exceeding Six Thousand He will give the most respectable References as to &c. and will expect in return a similar the Capital Profits per and whether of for D. C. Chapter St. Paul's B. The preference will be given to the Commission or Brokerage TO within Thirty to consist of a Sitting and Two for a single Gentleman and The &c to be done by the Servant of the It must be in a pleasant and but not in a Market Neither or be The Terms must be and if approved will be engaged for some A on the Banks of the or would be for L. W. to he left at Mr. TRANSPARENT Orme informs his numerous the and that he has just published a great Variety of Transparent particularly two laige of and a Cottage on from the elegant Designs of the Honourable Mrs. Price 7s. 6d 15s, each in colours Six small fpr Fire and Candle 2s. and 2s. 6d. O has always a great Variety of Drawings for at his the Corner of and Where may be all and Requisites for Drawing B. and Foreign supplied on terms as his other ' Admittance the Patronage of his Ruyal Highness the PRINCE of will be given on the 21st A SUPERB in Honour of the of HER The Tables in the Centre of the Rotunda will be appropriated for &c. and at One o'clock the Boxes will be opened with the following REGULAR Cold to be opened at Ten Admission Tickets only which includes the Supper and the whole o- the above The WINES of the first flavour and quality to be paid for at the Parties desirous of private be accommodated by early application at to be at Mr. New CHORAL instituted for ot their and under the Patronage of His Royal Highness the His Grace the Duke of the Honorable Sir Richard Lord Chamberlain of London Esq. Samuel Esq. Mus. Esq. Pe the LORD will be at the on January the 24th inst. panicular the Sacred of the MESSIAH for the BENEFIT Dr. Leader of the Mr. Mr. Principal Mr. Mr. Mr. and MijU Miss to the will he for this Charity by Esq. the Music entirely new Dr. Concerto on the Mr new built by Mr. will be on this 5s. Pit 3s. Gallery Second Gal Doors will be opened at Half past Five and the to begin precisely at Half past Nobility and who intend to become Annual wiil please to signify the same to the following that their Tickets for the Concert may be forwarded to and their Names received by Sir Richard Carr and Co. and Co. Pall John Esq. 27, Rath and Isaac Yale Old Also Tickets may be had at the principal Music B. Tickets and Places for the Boxes to be had of Mi. at tilt vires PUBLIC published to to the CATALOGUE of the GENERAL containing upwards of Four Hundred Thousand including all modem Publications to the present carefully and arranged in every Class of and forming together the in these in the provided with Boxes for and Gentlemen who subscribe One per all the new Publications of and which will be constantly added to Catalogue complete may be had at the to Subscribers is. as. STATE PRIZES tne late and paid on by HODGES and CO at their State opposite and St. viz. No. 11,660, a Prize of 7,j2t, 19,000 36,03c*, 5,000 FOREIGN Dec. 19.- We 0ay tbe reports of the Pacha of and of with to the which have place in and of which Tiai been made The of dated the of contains the following to a-lak 10 on every ire 10 compel the inhabitants lo wear the national and to ornament the of with it. for aud 4.nc of his with a fuite of 60 While thia attempted to convince the people of the of a a ihot arid all his retinue were The then all the in ihe and and fct the build they took refuge and About 500 who were at were attacked At Kinja of the ci Pacha of all and put at with ail and The wii two other having part jaws then wai to be had add that tbe from dated K 15, en the of General wh ch lent to had alter having by cannon The on the The are made of forty of arid a Quantity of are opens 10 the for ol fpr the of r of fot the cap jan 6~j ' ' - Suae the tW the king of The following take of lath of the a letter from written at 30; containing * tbe and of iwo j ' We take poff nous killed in the occupied by the If there arc was put and ieli j enter fhc weare receive fim j 1 enter the are btk who bad repair He | conciliatory and to the had j to committed but the only made to this condutt by tjie 1 tbat port to the of artillery from the The is 1 fhe French at deflated the Ottoman anny will arrive the enemies and his not ir tii their power to their ' ' - Bey nearly in the following terms with the action in he was engaged with Delaix -I Wis TO a BOY about or for seven or five to a Notary who translates several is also an and has lived as a Housekeeper in place near twenty years Lad will be required to write a plain correct have respectable &c also have some knowledge the French Language A Foreign will not be objected As he buard in the &c. moderate Premium will be Apply for the Address of tlic to Mr. No. 36, before Three o'Clock B. All applications within thirty days will be 4, 1799. THE Original and Genuine SPECIFIC for a Certain continues to be sold at No. 3, and 4, and No. 1, Little and at these places only has it ever been sold at at with Twenty five Years Experience has proved its infallibility Gentlemen are requested to keep their Bottles locked to prevent of and and inform the that they have taken the above wherein they have fitted up a neat and spacious likewise fcr Dinners served to Gentlemen on the same plan as the Particular attention has paid to procure some fine Old and other of the best sent for Gentlemen and JANE Widow late Richard Coal Bridewell returns her grateful Thanks to lier late Husband's Friends for tiie very liberal encouragement he experienced in and solicits a continuance of their favors leave to assure them that her utmost will be used to execute any they may be pleased to give her in that punctuality and and on as she flatters herself will merit their approbation 15, Jan. 15, 1799. MEMOIRS price 7s. 6d. Vol. MEMOIRS New 56.-Where may be just in Four price 8s. the Second Edi Hon of that Revised mid British in 1798, describes this Woik in 1 he following terms we that no Book has appeared since the c of our was more necessary to be and weighed by every person of any whether hereditary or commercial every person hiding any rank in and evety person who has within him a either for the ot 01 the Welfare of Mankind just price is. 6d. An APPLICATION of the of JACOBINISM tp the SECRET SOCIETIES of Great Britain and hy the Translator of that the LORD CHIEF A and Honourable the Right Reverend LORD BISHOP of have lately Mr. with the strongest Testimonials oi the extraordinary his PATENT DESTROYING most of their decided have transmitted him the Cases of own Sons one having been cured or and another restored who had been and with great pains in the and their Lozenges are to the and anil to pet sons ot all ages are in any internal which proceed from though often and to oi her Many of the hrst Rank and their warmest in favour of this the Proprietor it only necessary to inform the that Ching's with particulars of tne above and many Squally may had at his Medicine 4, at most of Patent the three Also 7 of 12 29 ' ' 500 Likewise Capital Prizes in former Lotteries to an immense HODGES and CO. most the Nobility and that they are now selling tbe TICKETS and STAMPED SHARES of the present ENGLISH LOTTERY in great and r-n the most equitable and will pay every Prize on B. In this Lottery Prizes are 20I. and they rise progressively with not Blanks to a Drawing will commence the i ith of 1799. present ENGLISH STATE LOTTERY con- II f tains only 50,000 and not Two Blanks to a which renders the Scheme beneficial to in this should they only obtain a small Prize ot 20I. the advantage Six Money for the paid on whether a 20I. or a 26,0001.-^Nm.i^5T"ATEl.t):rTERY, begins Drawing on February 1799. The and arc now selling in great Variety of and on The by HORNSBY and CO. at their Old Established Stare pursuant to Act of No. opposite the Royal also at and and at Mr. Thomas Numerical and Register Books arc and Tickets and Shares registered at Sixpence per accompanied with good payable at sight or of a short will be punctually attended to Letters duly and Schemes Shares sold at this Office will be stamped to AlH of with the Words State - and with their several and all kinds of Government bought and sold by J 1798.--CAPITAL PRIZES soW and shared in the present by and CO. November Irish No. 25,215, in One One and Ten 10,000 24,165, in a Two and Four 2,000 20,137, in a 1 5,000 - -' - 18,030, - - - - 1,000 July Lottery No 9,0(5, 5,cool, in a a an and Two 29.454, in a Whole English Lottery No. 35,9^9, 20 in Two Two and Four No. 12 in Sixteen the lasc Prize shared of 30,ocol.-And in Lotteries since the 1^67, a great proportion of Capital too numerous to ENGLISH LOTTERY begins Drawing Feb. 11, 1799. The Tickets and Shates are on sale by and CO. at their Licenced State Lottery No. 104, Bank Cornhill No. 8, opposite the King's London and at Messrs. Stevenson and Correspondents may have Tickets and sent by or Bills payable at on the lowest TO the AFFLICTED deplorable Malady the for the foregoing is recommended with that which the ample experience fully It is perfect lv safe iu the unattended with any kind of restraint or so that a single instance has never yet occurred of its failing to relief ju the worst cases - Charles 5, St. tne sole Proprietor of this inestimable can give the most satisfactory proofs of the success which lus attended and was he not authorised by of its he would not otter it to rhc wholesale and by him as also by and Co. No. 150, opposite in at 5d. duty folio Letter is submitted to the as a convincing proof of the superior excellency of 1 the above Remedy Mr. Having been long time dreadfully afflicted with the from which I could gef no night or 1 was requested to make 111011 to after having j used two Boxes ot your excellent myself perfectly and have been as well ever since .is I ever was in my I 1 found myself in duty bound to the to praying you I would malic it for the benefit of like be with the same I vour very much obliged i humble Thomas St August 24, 1798."-A 111 neat was iu so a that he could not sit on a hail the advice of the most eminent and had taken very large quantities of Medicine to no was even coming to London lor better heirig prevailed on by an acquaintance to make a trial of the aforesaid was restored to a perfect state of after using it only about may be seen and references had a great number of people who have been effectually cured within a few months on application ro Mr. IN NERVOUS DISEASES it have redded every Physician and every that ir. general to the use 01 is to Insure a return of the Bark and other corroborants which are iu thee s to the and with Weak iv t Hi re therefore is a which few can excepted familiar to the use and acquainted with the virtues of the VEGETABLE This Tea is pleasant in its and is as wholesome that imported is to be From its continued use the happiest effects been produced in Nervous Disorders and inward The best in where these diseases have taken root in the be- lound in use of grateful ot salutary by the Mr. at No. 40, of 23. 9J. 53. and jos. amide Sent to order in free of t uj null - I wis entrenched near the bridge of fome leagues from Cai project was the French more and arid to intercept their But being informed by my 12,000 infidels had and drew near with four laden with arms I advanced to meet them with my cavalry b'y the I in the and fought them during the whole The next day we renewed the and continued it for fix The Infidels at length in landing with their and formed three Our confiding in the of the them and 1000 of them made to bite the 1 proceeded afterwards to defiles of Tajun with a view ot collecting my and getting tne wounded taken Care of. The Infidels are very much weakened and It doubted that they with the p of the be The of the Army of which were at have been to in lay the Patis to nearer to the and guard any enterprises which the may The Duke of has put the Hereditary his aged 17, under He is guarded a in the Cattle at a guard is appointed to watch M. de is of Having the and Major are It is faid the young Prince to from dis ' In the de there is an extract from the of the Military of which that Jean and and convicted of having cut grapes and in the garden of a were to be publicly paraded twice iti one day through the with the grapes and dales they upon their and a label on each o' their upon which was written tiie The Courier de of the relates the arrival at Cairo tne Caravan of with and other &c. from the pr town of the kingdom of to the of the A whom the traveller Bruce calls and from whom he a melt kind there about 2; Ihe of the Haves in Egypt is better than in other after a certain are and frequently arrive at the all the 01 thai country for years having been ol that in an to Generals Joubert and who devour the of and lay arbitrary exactions upon the countries which they Intelligence from that the Grand Vizier had recommended to the Grand to make a Peace with The General Count has been appointed by Portugal Commander in Chief of her The King of with 23 arrived at the 17th of by 120 French and 80 and on tbe 19th palled through Puke treated him the A long given of what is termed an at on the 21ft of General Commandant of the garrilon ot being informed that a mob was forming at the 1 Grand mounted his and went at the head of 1 to it. The Turks in the city that the j thc Allowing teat by the was the fole caufe of the Meanwhile General Dupuy arrived at the Grand and tried to the which every but he found them experienced their He to repel them by but he and were by a great and he was mortally wounded in two Some dragoons alfo and the others conducted the General to his where he died fome hours The that the Turks proceeded in crowds to the armed with fharp pointed and fome they fortified The General in Chief ordered a battalion to march towards the Grand where the Turks vere to the number of eight or ten They were to which they The citadel then fired upon the and chiefly upon this into which fome bombs were which excited and Several were through the and the other where mobs were they were attacked at the fame and all equally obliged to up in their they but it was too The French forced the and made a carnage among The following day was Itill more nor was quiet until towards the of the 23d, by which time five or fix of the about one h of the hud been Much given the Greeks at who joined the and the retreats of the It is pretended tbat has to France its intention of to the King ol this report is abroad to procure fome from the French The Emperor will a General of the of to concert in the recommencement of the War l makes prO dl to the and all connection between that and the It never entered into tbe imagination of any of the of Domingo to detach from the mother to whom they owe their liberty and their and to throw into the arms of a who has done every reduce them to or to annihilate FROM THE PAPERS TO 14TH The French at in their 10 the Deputation of the Empire on the 2d That if the Diet of to ihe entry of the Ruffian troops on the of the or if even it does not effectually the match of the Ruffian Army through the German territory will be a violation neutrality on the pau ot the Empire f that the Negociation at will be broken and 1h.1t the Republic and the will then be in the fame relative in which two Powers to the of the Preliminaries at and the of the The on tbe on when that Count Metternich fh uld the of that copies of their Note had been fent to the Emperor and to the at ' French General under date 28 18), t at he hud driven the troops of the country before and taken of that the capital of with the entire The in proclamations from King relating his and Samnites to in to completely their from dated relates a battle between General a in the a was obliged 10 quit an was but Dot being to Citizen he preparing for bis * The are to have the inhabitants of Rome 50,000 from the Tower olT The accounts that General Mark's plan of to marched from where the combined to have Ruffian and other by co-operation thf whole of the Roman territory was to be at which lime Emperor of Germany was to Accounts from of the January relate the continuance of particularly in the of of and of A cannon bad been heard at for two to proceed from a The duty of ih troops was ext emely They Had Cin to band ot who defended with much The part of the army of encamped on tbe Left of had received to repair to i Sure to main until the of the have been and troops arc on their to Italy through ' held having plenty of much Irom want of The from Naples was in Rome by General who devain as .an holt rge for La Combe St. * arrived heie the Army of but 1 has not d. We may give implicit credit to the in from that 100,000 Ottomans are lobe e 1. to the under the orders of the Da A courier by the Directory to Citizen at arrived It is faid that tbe intelligence he that the Court of Berlin is determined to maintain The Courier de of the 30th announces the of at with a great number of - ' The German Paper of the aad of December gives of an attempt to fet fire to the four corners of the City of Several have been and the all The of Sardinia by He was there fome wtf taken rlL his route towards whe e he is to embark for The Directory hive to ratify the entered into with the Helvetic relative to 18,000 auxiliary which the latter were to until some article be The report of the march of our troops to drive the from Hill gains though we hive no intelligence on that We are that a new Courier has arrived from Egypt the laft were He has it that Buonaparte ii not A report was here that the Emperor had recommenced towards It was even that arrived about had brought this intelligence to rhe Mini Iter of of before the commencement of publish rhn San Nov. 22, 1798. and beloved alter for forty exerted every render you and to you in all the calamities which it has God fend about to leave my beloved for the folc bf defend our Holy 10 reanimate the and to to you and to your children bleffings which the Lord has given It I had boen fure or that object by any oilier believe I not have a moment to prefer that but what hopes could entertained of after the many fatal examples with which you are well acquainted I let out therefore at the head of the brave defenders of their full pf confidence in the Lord of Wbo will our and our I goto brave all danger with the I do it for my for my I have you lie always faithful to and to her whom I leave in my to the Government of my and well-beloved con I toyou our tender to you who are not more mine than At all remember that y n are that i are brave who are willing their and tha it if better tq 1 for God and our than to live may God upon you all the ' the which is the of who and White he your affectionate father and Ft rd in The Chronique Universal that the French was preparing for the a statement of the circumstances the evacuation of St. mingo by the who he repot ts were Aid in an to the Merchants of j permitted to take a way &C. after attachment from the Black General i with them to the ins all connection between that and u en- of having been met by a Pi and whom he assisted to carry the Host into the of the where he was treated with honors it is hil said exceeded any that he had ever received from the that he continued the in the military posts they had held the English that instead of having his commanded at Fort pursuant to the he had a body of 12^000 with which surrounding the Town with some others embark on board the and sail when To ti and master of the The French are not only put irr almost every ef value at having sold the various by public to have put under second had for from the The wife of named wise in the habit Magistrates and once gave a at an e j
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