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Public Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 4, 1784, London, Middlesex lb R U R Y ft A J E ST Y Compute AT in To-morrow will be The G A M ES T - Mr. AICKIN t Mr. R. Mis lAv Palmer t Charlotte t Mrs. SIDDONS which will be added The I W I Sir Patrick Moody i Mr. Barton v Dodd Epilogue Mn. tHi a called The 1RIS& Mr. and Mifs M. ' Boxes 5�i ttt & tilery i s. Mr. at the The To at Rex & Regins by Mn And a Farce tic fif and be V VV 1 t will be dual a great Variety of * Mr. and Mifs * J K tbc two f N' of D E P T r Great Variety of A N Mt. Joined Troop in of to Paris Cor the Winter 1h, a Trial of and the of I EXTRAORDINARY A WESTMINSTER J This of K The O B R E O rTl NO 1 S E- 3 -in Many A The RI tl A New h n. e r a of j Tov two - the of Exhibition of ' ' Q Sf - By in this The will i every eyer Grilling or -is a ihd Curious will be gratified Twelve to who may fte conVerte laia thj of his j The Public are general at the Weft the AT the Theatre in Day ma c b t h. | ' Macduff Duncan by ' ' Mr. The Vocal by Mr. Mifs Mrs. Mifi and Mrs. Mn a ift To which wili be new called HARLEQUIN RAMBLER 4 CONVENT in Mr. Friar Mr. Mr. Mr. STEVENS And Hunchback Mr. Whie Arid Colombine by Mrs The other oy Mft The by Mr. The by Richards and and executed by Mr. and 1 Pit Gallery Upper for the to be taken of Mr. at the Stage The Doors will be opened at Half pari To begia Half pan ' - & On Mrs. will make her Appearance in fl e if Cha in the revived Comedy of The from jmd Tartu ffe of - Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Ed win Mr. Old and i ady Mrs. the Comic Opera of The new Opera of ROBIN next N E W MUSI C. by and No. and No. viz. HAYDN's favourite Concerto for the or Piano Price 5s. Grand op. 31ft, 7*. 6d. Op. 17, Bobk the 7s. 6d. and for the Piano Forte by Signor di Bath Pack of ad The at Is. 6d. with the other favourite Songs fung by Mrs. Mr. ' the like a of By Sad the Exhibition of the The * and a Band A new called 1; 1" EMPEROR of. With anil The to conclude witn a Grand fall and a of - to conclude new Boxes 3s. Pit Is. 6d. Gallery is. The to be opened at Half pall To begin aZ Half N. B. Mr. begs Leave inform and his Stay in he and attend every Nine for of mare Ladies and Gentlemen the and fafe Method to and a complete Management of the One Guinea and One Shilling for Six ' D V T H O R - 23,1784. HIS for managing give by an of the laft SelDon of Parliament certain and ori taken out by Dealers it is within of i who than while the Machine is by a L * t u By M B .LI 1 i 1 - ' Signor will rite Rope Garter five Feet jump tlic Shower pi - To the lafl new Entertainment called ThV -S H 1 E C OLD In which will be the of A N S H A D Q W. 3�. 64. Pit as. is. The to be opened anJ the begin at HaJf paft Tickets to be had of 16, nearly the the C I R C U be OS and Mr. each 15. the Cherokee 6d. The The Song of Acinus of the Mountains of and of new Publications for the N.B. ( - - ' thp by the a- - i rarely 1) 1 tht Channel of the 1 as Payment is not re- Piano new and on much more than lately but Time allowed for Trial to determine the Merit of the and if vi ih ue till the is which is an Object worthy Alfo lent conveyed and tuned in on the and if and paid for within fix the Hire be Several exceeding fine-toned by Z and An wanted to go to or within the Weekly ofj Morta I or the Borough keep a to herein after witRin Days after of in Writing at the in London of the Number of kept and by and of the 1 Time paying ' faid and in cafe of qkt ' Penalty of Five is forfeited by to affix in legible Dealer iii cm a Parf of the or of the fo * It is alfo in of the to the faid give and pay the fame within Thirty Days after the 29th of September to the Head of their in the different the above Rule of affixing Notice of their being as under Penalty of the faid And whenever any after the Expiration of the faid limited begin to keep and ufe to Duties Notice thereof be and Payment of th Duty made within Ten Days after fo beginning to keep uic as the fanie not being in Place and Stead of for Duty had been before It is that all who have divers Places of and keep at each fuch within the Space of One Month after Payment of the if Payments been made at the iri or caufe to be to tire Stamp in the to his Place of a Duplicate of every fuch Entry or the Date of its Commencement and the Duty paid for the or upon thereof to forfeit the Sum of Two The in of the above do hereby give all within the Cities of London and or within the of the Bills of Mor or within the Borough of who are required to pay the faid or to takeout may apply at the Office appointed for that at No. 16, Lincoln's on Monday the 27th and every Day until the 19th Day ef October And all other are to the Distributors of Stamps in the different who arc duly the for the The Rates and Duties are as Tollow For every or kept and ufed for the pole ot or Drawing any for a Duty of is paid or Ten For or entered to or run for any Sum or other Thing a further Two Pounds Two The fame to be paid previous to the Entering of faid &c. for any or on or the Owner to forfeit Twenty For every Licence to any the Trade and of. art - within the Cities of and Weekly Bills of or within Bo- ' Ten For Licence granted to any the faid anJ of an in other Parts of Five belonging to and Soldiers of the alfo belonging to kept for Sale in their arid not lor to Hire by for travelling By Order of the JOHN X Burletta O IT. ROBIN by and by Laborie and the two Mifs and i- U v which will be A two called of be the i -' Song by Mr. of the Recitative and Songs 5 with new by nor The by To - By Pit Gallery to at the Circus in St. George's The Doors to be opened and the Performances begin at Half To prevent it is the Ladies and Gentlemen will order their Coachmen fet down take up with their Heads towards 'the Vivant Rex k HAT Stamp Sept. 17, 17&4. I S for managing the Duties do give the NEW sTAMP DUTIES UPON H commence on the ad of October when the Rates are to be paid For to fell Hats by within the Cities of and or within the of the Biffs of or within the of 1 For the fame in any of tbe For every Hat not exceeding the Vatot of Fonr Shillings - m the that a ened for Mr. not their of trie of his GOte for - the taken Artillery on are the following and - the London the f and II i a i ' &c. intended to be left at his No 6, at die ' ' opened froto Bighi - Admittance to the To be O L D by in the of and of of a good With all in good together ' with 236 Acres of all in a Ring is being I of of about Haifa Mile treat commanding a five and beautiful a 1 River Ls about fix Miles from -one MHe from and Mile from The Farm is and ' had - - v - For Particulars apply to Alien 1 Clement's ' ' H the Public - S T A G OF N' it ought to to we value not tie envy of or the little malice of the of rival or the of contending The make in point of may offend but we and not the public at The admirers cf time paft will mtCT 3 the field the of Mrs. powers of Mrs. Sif * Charts could better ground for his It is the of the with the At the manner of Mrs. Cibber be Tor ditto Four and not exceeding 1 For ditto above Seven not exceeding For ditto above Twelve Telling Hats 1 without being duly forfeit for every Offence a Penalty of Every licenced felling Forty Five One Two Shillings Fifty Hats the Words Dealer in Hats by painted or written over the Door Shop or for each Hat lb - Forty A Stamp the particular Rate of Duty to be paid on each is to be affixed to the Lining in the Crown ' Retailers with tath who 1 or affixed forfeits for every Hat fo or Ten The 01 the above do hereby give i That all within of or within tlie Bills of or within oft who are to take oat vide tl denoting the Hats the ' * 2}d every other Day and to receive Sorts die faid LAndall of- are to 4>fj Stamps in the different axe duly authorized by the for the like Purr By Order of the i JOHN Sec. i She had all ' of the okt little in peti a figure it was loft of put Mr. his ' Siddons has added the charms the graces of of our ' - -' The refinement of modern days this In Tall her rasters Mrs. Siddons to of - the mod i a |r and a countenance fo at her that fhe * the and ilie In her voice however fhe knows it. aAd then but not generally - As a ' a and met - * have been her auditors at Bath perhaps remember the to Mr. of The the tragic manner ' alerted things our uv As a tragic net every fhe never fhe 7wiffrts6^'i6'df^ and put her ties to any other
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