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Public Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 12, 1780, London, Middlesex H R S 6'A/ft AT in Drury WEST Belcour by Mr. KINO Mr. Mr. MOODY Captain Mr. Packer Mr. Baddeley j Mr. ' - * Mrs. Mifs Mifs of Two A K E R. bjt Mr. Mr. VERNON Mr. Wrighten j And Mr. BANNISTER j MKs Mrs. i Mrs. Ants 51. Pit 31. Gallery Upper Gallery n Plates for the Bows to be had of Mr. at the Stags admitted behind the nor any after the Certain it draws opt Hi at Half after begin exactly at Half after Rex & On Saturday tie SCHOOL FOR Sir Peter King Lady Mr. Appearance this T AT die in Coveut Tomorrow be MAKES a The a bit ift on Mr. Mr. | Doi Mr. Mr. Governor try Mr. fearon f by Mr. f Stevens Jonet J Mrs. j Mift j Mn. exited The Mr. and new is two - 3* O M T H V M B. Takes and prepared for the Stage By the Author of by Si Mr. amd Mr. Mift and Boxes Pit 3s. Fiffl Gallery w. Upper Gallery it. for tht fo be taken Brandon behind the nor any the Certain it drawn op. at Half paft Rex * 11, it U for Mr. to Summer for returning his for favors he tHat he will every at his not 7R. Tor Years had k in to open hia * few Evenings Week the Winter and as it is his the he a of as he doubts ufon give ( f Mr. inform the that the Alterations 4nd have taken thereof wUJ is the oii for ae Six Eight among Mafier and extraordinary FeaU ilie of uncommon mjd cm 3ie el wt in High Excellence as a oi tbe Variety of mach for will receive t * ' the That no acre 6th-o� which State Sums of Ten JL by tbe and formed and Co. which arc in great their appointed by No. 3, Charing between King's Mews and the Mr. at Oid State the King's the Corner of Parliament and Bridge The at One Guinea Half a Guinea have the Chance of the capital Sums of Ten or Five a Participation in every Prize in the for the whole Time of and not two Blanks a They have alio adopted the following Plan of at One Guinea and Half a Guinea which has an equal Proportion of every Prize in the Lottery for the whole Time of and not two Blanks to a For One Guinea the will receive 140:1. if either of the two Prizes of 70cl. if either of the two 35"d. if cither of the if either of the 14.1. if either of the to 70L if either of the 23 351, if either of the 36 5">c-l. j 1. if either of the 100 5I. if either of the 36" 5 L And One Guinea if either of the 15,500 Prizes of Twenty Ail the 16-firft drawn that are entitled to to the Scheme of the are included in all the above A Policy at Half a Guinea will entitle the Bearer to exactly one Half of the above That the Public may be convinced of the folid Foundation on which they become Adventurers at the above it is to inform them that the above Adventures Policies are from the original for the Security of the aie ia the Bank of Tickets are alfb felling at the Prices at the above where every Branch of the U a new and advantageous of adventuring in the State 1780, for the whole Time of and including every Prize MESSRS. RICHARDSON and at their State Lottery Offices ia the Bank and No. 8, facing the King's Charing acquaint the Public that they have the following truly advantageous Mode of adventuring in tie State viz. For one GUINEA the will i joo Guineas if either of the two Prizes of 650 Guineas if either of the two Prizes of 325 Guineas if either of the three 5000!. zoo Guineas if 6i the 13* Guinea if cither of the 1q 3000I, 65'Guinea%if either of the aj 32,Guineas if either of the 36 10 Guineas if either of the loo 5 Guineas if either of the 360 50L I Guinea the whole Pur chafe if either of the 15,500 20I. The above for the whole Time of and the or to be returned if drawn a of All the and laft drawn that are entitled to 16,038 For Half a Guinea the will receive half of the above and the or returned if a Prize of Twenty The Sloney for the Prizes will be paid as foon as As many illegal Modes of adventuring have been offered to the in former nq wiU be in the it is become to inform them their own that all the above Adventures are made out from the original are lodged the Bank of agreeable to of renders them legal and of the to the when it is havie due all that are not from wai being and of At the above Offices a very large Proportion of the capital former have been and No. a Prise of Twenty in the laft was divided 13 pne of 5000L two of four of 1000!. and five 500I. nearly a Part of all the capital Prizes in the laft Lottery fold dared at The Lottery drawing the 16th of during which Tickets are from Blanks to return Shortly viill te DESIGNS ia WILLIAM Architect and Specimens of the may be and at the 1, Portland the Corner uf and at Mr. Gardner's and Mr. in the I bn In Four large 8s. a new the to which is added an including the Statutes of the laft of and feme adjudged Cafes of THE JUSTICE of the PEACE vid RICHARD Chancellor of the oT one of 1iis flic Peace for the of and Law for T. in. the Strand v Qf may be by the fame 3d with 4V0W. 8vo. 1I.4S. the Divines of the laft 4 11.4s, 3, to the End the laff of of George the as. - 4^. Stank to ther Office of fettled by Dr. 11. 6a. Quire for any of the Particulars on and 6d. a 9�sec, and LEGAL All &c. not and from are and fender the Buyer as well as the t* thw Penalty of his therefore it behoves the Public to be cautious whom STATE 1780. Tlie whole ofthe Money returned of drawn a Prize of And if any Prize above of the following the wiH immediately receive his and alfo a new giving exactly the fame Benefits for the Remainder of the fo tbat in Fact the hath two Policies at the Price of from original Tickets BY HORNSBY and Co. Stock at No. No. 16, and No. 11, the Corner of York Covent who were the that Policies from original thereby rendering them and conformable to Act of and gave the Public an Security of receiving their which many can paft they now therefore to be honoured with the fame as they have adopted of with the Addition of many peculiar far to any yet which will evidently appear by the following legal Legal Policy at One If either of the 20,oool. to 1400K If either of the ta 700k If either of the 5000I. to 350L If either ol the 3000I. to 2 If either of the 20c�l. to 140I, If either of the to 70!. If either of the to 35I. If either of the 1. H either the 50I. to 61. 6s. And if a to being the whole of the as a farther Advantage the oh the above if the Policy is drawn any Prize whatever above the Money for fuch Prize will tie immediately a new Policy will then be entitling the to the very fame Benefit foe the Remainder of the The fame Advantage is giyen on following Plans Policy at Half a If either ot the to 700I. If either of the to 350I. If either of the 5000I. to 1751. If of to 105K If of 70I. If either 6f fa 35.I. If either of the 500I. to If either of 5I. If of 50I. to 3I. f And if a. 20}. Vo 10s. 6d. the whole Legal Policy at If of the 20,oool- to 350I. If either of the to 175I. If either of to 87I. 10s. Jf either of the 3CJO0I, to 52I. If either pf to 35I. If either of the to 17U if of tb sol. of the 100k to If of the to 10s. And if a to Six being the whole of the Alfo legal Policies at Three Guineas and Two affording every Benefit that can ba The Prizes on the above Plans will be paid in any Deduction as foon as JTV drawn on the fix entitled to 50* the drawn for the next to drawn on tie 17 th entitled to 2000I, and the on the 18th and 20th 30C0L the are all included in foregoing which continue The Whole of the It it to that the on the have Benefits in Font Hundred and Sixty of the Capital Prizes being only 53$)-with the of a or Sixteenth which nearly double the above - Capital fold and by and Co. 10>00pL in 20ioool.ua 5000I. in 17.76; 10,0001. in 1775; in 1778; 56oel. Prizes of Among wae a No. 687 which was fold in by Hornsby and Co. and of of of be feen at any Time at No. 26, In the laft State HORNSBY and Co. paid upwards of Eighteen to the of their P in 1778, they returned a Ticket for No. 2813, Which vras foon after drawn a Prize of 20,0 - The Tickets and Shares of Chances and Shares of and divided into and and at 6d. per Country by remitting good Bills of a will immediately have QIR M Tefl be THE Ancient and Modern HISTORY of the BRETHREN a Narrative of the Church of the United or * in the remoter aud particularly Written by D AY I DC R A NT Author of. the of Now with Emendations and Tome additional By BENJAMIN LA T R O B E. The Accounts given of the Church been very and the ot their very who wilh to fee a true State of their Cafe have now an Opportunity to obtain a certain Knowledge Of as the Author written from authentic and upon the Enquiry after This Work will to all that has written and to many erroneous Accounts given of the Sold by J. in T. in the C. in the Poultry and at the of Congregations the o'clock till An Annual Hire mud and Tieki One Single Five ' -' ADVENTURERS In the STATE TERY to this before they Tickets JOHNSON and Co. and 351, between the Pantheon acquaint their the la ' UNIVERSAL is now opened for the Shares agreeable Act upon the lime liberal and advantageous Plan in if was conducted with fa much and Satisfaction to of Nine nate laft lome of and in the great Quantity of Policies bjj private and not cuiry for their own but wife as cheap and genteel for their and either or 1^ is at the Defire of a numerous Body of trite v abovementioned and in Gratitude for inf numerable Marks of the public that JOHNSON and Co. have for this Year's the following very advantageous which for Extent of Cheapness their and certain Security of may claim the Superiority Preference with judicious to any of the Kind offered to the and are as follow A legal Price TWELVE entitles the to Four Hundred Guineas if the Number is the And if drawn as oh the Three if either of the 2 One & of the a Five Hundred Guineas if either of the 3 5000I. Two if of the 8 2000L. One Hundred if either of the 16 Thirty Guineas if of the 30 5o61� Ten Guineas if either of ioo Five Guineas if either of 360 50I. And Two Guineas if 20I. Prize the laft Twelve Guineas if the laft drawn on the of And to all the Money if drawn a on the Day of So thai Adventurers the Chance of all above Capitals than ever offered to A 9 ix Shi Hi entitles the chafer to half 3^��ntSr and a Three Shilling Policy to one of the And the other entitle the to every Prize in Lottery from 20 to 20L Half from 6 1$-r 9 Quarter ditto - 396 15 ' Sixteenth ditto - O il O ' All from the Country by or carefully forwarded without any additional as as paid and a Abatement to Shop keepers oc Individuals in Town or order a Lot of Notes or payable ia at a taken in Be careful to that the afe 4, in Sm prevent inferior Imitations from other being in their ' with tie Second of 00 the Road f Ey the of the The fecond ili had it complete - A Cure authenticated Sir of la the Weft Riding bt the County of ' v Golden S 1 b. JOSEPH WO a Yea sof of of had two on his Left each as laree as s. hi five in in his in snH me over bis all es Urge wit 1 violent him o' the Ufe of it i after iix Shilling Bot les of your the an the etuire Oft Tirne had tie and k veil ever This Cure the Yesr 5- J GEORGE Aug ' ' pld Sores large or B the pimpled long continued of tht St. Scorbutic Gout and other from a of ihe They create ani add ad to the mott reduced be taken In any without 6an;er of catching m drance of toe Safety with which be to I ting it an actional 4imety Vfo ot They are fold in Bottles b Mr. in G olden Halt a Guinea and with the lowing on Proprietor Author of a by him only Norton from dn Feut ' *
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