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Public Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 15, 1784, London, Middlesex y 1784..;., D R 0 R f LAN E Bf hW AT Theatre in Drury To-morrow n The G A ME St E R. ' Palmer t Mr. * Mr. Mrs. And which wih tie added the Entertainment of The A KE Mr. Mr. parsons j Mtj FIELD LO Boxes 5*. Pit 31. m. Upper Gallery Placet for the taken of it the Suge The Doori at halt after 7 To begin Half Rex The Gentleman wbo laft Night on the ia the of Meadows in LOVE IN A by a very crowded with the mod then ft of the honoured by repeated and will be performed again on on which Account the of DECEPTION is obliged to be till the of the following Monday the Time two The SCHOOL with the Opera of The GENTLE new Ballad Farce called The SPANISH will be produced as as will an with and called ARTHUR and altered from the of King COTE NT The FIFTEENTH AT the Theatre in This Day will be ROBIN SHERWOOD With new and The by Mr. JOHNS TONE Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mifi Mrs. And The new Mafic and Accompany menu to thi adapted Airs by Mr. Sh The by Mr. The Wordi of the f to be had at the To which be added TRISTRAM Mr. Corporal Mr. Mr. Widow Mrs. Morton ( Mrs. 51. Pit 3�. Upper Gallery 11. Placet for the Bores to be of Mr. at the Stage The Doors will be opened at Half paft To Half paft Rex ic The retired Comedy of The was performed to a moll and crowded with great Mrs. Abington will appear again in the of Charlotte on next will be revived the Tragedy of Mr. Mr. Mr. Quick and being their Appearance in To will be added the favourite Comic Oyera of The POOR Mr. Macklin villi perform the ift Time the Part of Sir M in his Comedy of The MAN if the young who never on any will make his Attempt in one of principal on Monday the 45th new in Three a new and a new are in Price ROYAL THIS Evening will be a called The VILLAGE by Mr. HUGHES and Dancing by the two Mifs and To which will be added a new Pantomime called The VICISSITUDES of In which will be introduced the favourite Balloon Song by Mr. The of the Recitative and Songs composed hy Mr. Brookes with entire new Scenery by The and Decorations by Signor The whole to conclude with a By Signor Boxes 3s. Gallery is. Places for the Boxes to be at the Circus in St. George's The Doors to be opened at Half and the Performances to begin at Half paft 7 To prevent it is the Ladies snd Gentlemen will order their Coachmen to fet down and take up their Heads the Rex & - Mr. AIR fL ING ' * the Honour i acquaint That He by an from the at tomorrow the Tea and if Mr. lichee having liberally teg 6i his and - Mr. has in gratify Public in fix we Price of Tickets At a Half -a may may be at the following Mr. Mr. and Tom's ana Union in die the i Temple J ' Wood's Pi A- J iof Mr. be as tcf the Hour of as wilhes after made Evolutions and in View of his extend his Journey as. far as Day and the of ' 'the df may as much asj from a private j take out Tickets of being of apply co No. 53, Ocat 89, i D U Y S HIS the Stamp s da hereby j an Acl of 0f Parliament for ing certain Duties on taken out by it. That all ij the Cities or or Bills of or the keep a Horfa or to herein after within Days after the 29th Notice in Writing at the in of the Number kept and ufed hy and of the or Place where they fame Time paying the Duties by the faid and in cafe of taking out Penalty ol Five forfeited to affix in legible Dealer in on a Part of It is alfo in other Parts of the faid give and Thirty Days 09th of to the Head of the above Rule of affixing Notice of being as under Penalty of whenever any the Expiration of the faid limited begin to keep and ufc to Notice and Payment the Duty made within Ten Days rafter fo beginning to keep and ufe as the * being in Place and Stead of for which Duty had been before - It is that who divers and keep at each fuch within the Space of Ope after Payment of the if fuch Payments have been made at the in or caufe to be to the 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 That all the Cities of London and or within the of die Bills of or within the Borough of who are required to pay the faid or take out may apply at the Office appointed for that at No. 16, Lincoln's on the 27th and every Day until the loth Day October And all other are to apply to pf the who arc duly by the feT the t The Rates and Duties are as every or Geldi - kept and ufed for the pole of or Drawing any for which a Duty of Excile is or - For every or entered to flurt run any Sum or Thing a fardier Two The be paid previous f the Entering oi &c ' ' for any or on or - die Owner to ' forfeit - Twenty For every Licence any the Trade - r of an Horle - - -i within the London Weekly of or Bo- Ten Planck For granted to ' ' the Trade and ol an in other Parts of ' ' EX 0/ricers,^ tlie kept 1 6�hk�,^ and for ail lit to by for By Order of 4r^Xonim:nToners,v- ' Sec. h o-u X on Stone ci - Enquire and all Kinds of and good Family and 4noft,;j to WESTMINSTER 14, 1784. TH E for conducting behalf of Lord Sir to Friday the 19th at Six in the - J. P. U K. Ten yet In- EL in HYDE p A R Tits Day it By Price 6d. A few on Price THE TRIAL of the Honourable Colonel for the Murder Colonel R Duel at the 4th-�f 17-S3, who was tried on 1 1784, in the Old 3ailey, aBd containing the opening the giving an Account of the Origin of the and the Opinions of the r the Hon. Mr. Baron and tbe Hon. on a j as alio the Charge to the - Taken in by and writer Old Sold by J. 35, and S. Alfo may be had as the ol lenry for ths Murder of Mr. William and Eliza of who were together 1.1 the Trials of for Earl of 23 capital who received Sentence of Mr. continues to teach yen an is One-third than any in four and takes &c. with the and with peculiar on of on Short hand Price 6d. To of tbe Public AM one of people who to know are who in your paper of the and whea and by they were as I never could upon what authority they I am not now to learn that there are men who a flume that but I am have no it by of the are in the their ought td fee that they of independent and are not - merely Kired the for the of a truit on which or as well as the national honour and - depends of in I fay or any publications dating the Loyal and of which they %S are not calculated to do honour to their friends and who now have the the government of this unhappy and who have withheld the their councils have whatever agents may and whatever have ones they have no doubt for their confidence in thj yet they will not to call partial and allowances proper for people have lived in Independency and affluence indeed that are infamous the and painful to the who muff confider them rather as to his feelings and than as the of magnanimous and generous that once gave this nation a equal to the of and which in the of a very few loft by councils of temerity and fay no of But the page of hi will unfold a tale that temporal and local now and in proper colours who have the and to feek their bread in I 1 policy requires mould have been done td j thew many of them from their paternal and fortunes that them to live and ali iof them in affluence it to fuffer extreme j by thrown into or what is full as if are to but government they have made all relied made to die public both by his his to Agents at the for it lation mean trie virtuous the t lency to i; happy in the who of and though but do the they their Off fbs one and to public that while they acknowledge the they will plead the to them for their though this is done the it hopes that they have enable while they to fome foreign where they may an opportunity of Thanks to Lord he has care to its of I mean parts of it that afford peel of advantage to this which might find a - The may are pay tothe as intended to for For I Agents that the to the we now and the immense fertile to much equanimity to the crimes of a however are to be considered as the ails of the no more than you are their Agents ox ta If the delicate ears of thole Agents are hurt by of any their as they call pity for in a very little will be of a more alarming and though Or may owe their to the intemperate zeal of one it be of of fn power to tiie his There are however men of that letters and orders humanity would to and which they fa infamous and * - * ' It is that in the pf the that many orders were as a4 and to u had riot the authenticity of in grand How far this jmay time will - A to the 13. * ' r y To tlie Printer of I - Mr. ble treaty of Hill an American War carrying on between the on the one tbS on the It probably -on that in in fides have iii die The are certainly to blame for coming to EngS land his tbe other in this country before a proper ' has been for Coaft of or in the It. is their and He has clearly convicted them of principles a Mobocratic form of dias ' all I only to far and j but draw and quarter every ia n and ' all good ought to as to Mobs in fume allowances have prejudices of by was to die obedience was Such be very and might af but having never of to food r the too 1 rims enough t of. permit 16%'
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