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True Briton (Newspaper) - July 10, 1797, London, Middlesex 1 T ir j h r - 4 - J 4 7" * i 4 -j i * - f - - - July t - X f ' h 1 6'd. - I PRESENT JULY - - - 44 Will be presented a called HOVE THE Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. R. Mr. Pon Jun. Don Mr. Mrs. Miss A GRAND y with C PEEPING The Mrs. f Mrs. Tfic Battle of. r representation of The Chapter of are i. that it be on y A liew in Five called The Heir at is iri and will be produced in of the T' SAILING ANNUAL SILVER CUP and 1; liven by die PROPRIETOR of VAUXHALL will be sailed for on July SAILING to the Rules and Regular the Saving For inquire of Mc Boat such as. their Koats to enter them Nine Preparing for the A COMPLETE EDITION of the WORKS in PROSE and of late Esq. ' * Printed for T. Those Ladies and Gentlemen who are possessed of any either in Prose or Verse of will goodness to them to the they will - July for MANAGING the AFFAIRS of HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS tire PRINCE of - ORDER of the EARL of is hereby that every Creditor His Royal Highness is to deliver into this ten days from the date a in of any signed by him or that may have accrued within the ending this And Debts or of kind shall not be presented and within the are under or colour authority tp or reoL barred Law and m or other Securities for in consideration of aay Debtor in are nor delivered as null and - for settling and 32. ' ' ' 1. 1 r M 1> harp ry. 1. Rv J. ELOUIS informs the at that ever since he has to his immediate SWELL Upon the most excellent presented W Mr. Krumphokz tothe Academy of Science's in which met witn the greatest from that not only a true a just able Professor ingenious but he besides considers thai Model as the one worthy of any Mr. first on account of the new workmen very far from what he could have he did not think proper recommend sooner the Manufactory to Public the utmost attention to correct every He will not boast of any false or imaginary leave to assure the that from this Name and will be such not Scrutiny of a real or of any If the honour of teaching the Harp to illustrious Personages of this twenty-five years and the advantage of being bred to ire sufficient titles to give some weight to this 14r.' no doubt but his obtain from a Public a decided preeminence over the work cf cannot judge their own but through the sometimes ignorant The extravagant Price being contrary to has done endeavours to reduCe arid as Us for Ready Money he is able and elegant those their pretended are Jy - - Town as well as the treated in liberal Old for sew Swell An Assortment of Second-hand ones to be Orders to Mr. to Their Royal any size made on r h MEDICINE ACT. At the only Warehouse for Dr. No. Paul's a few Doors from the Cor- -' her of Medicines are at the Prices inclusive of the Stimp imposed fcy this additional charge has-been winch is ar original Price of as. 6d. per It may also be had at ll. 4s. per or the quantity of Dozen Packets in one Bottle for i so that the Public But in tlie and to lessen Hie in a measure proved a Six 8ep.evoIence, all Medicines are any half a or free the Pills Powder - Berry's Bilious Pills 4 z I 4 i 1 3 6 - o' - ' props 1 Coltsfoot Essence of d. 9 Ji Q 9 ' i ] i o i Grant's Drops 5 I 3 6 Tolu Lozenges 1 14 Dws W. 40 Barkl 6 Tea Rheumatic 1 i 5 ' o O 9 3 6. Genuine cf the other m Ex- -' ' - As and mistake the F. is foder the necessity 6f pointing that it is at nearest and that it a large White Stuccoed with theie Words 4t the Warehouse for dr. AT THIS PRESENT JULY to * of ROSSI and ORDER OF ' A Salute of ' ' 2. Twenty-four 3. - f. Twelve Water ' A Piece on the surface of the Water in A flight of 7. Aft Air Balloon SECOND 8. Six Sky A Vertical Wheel in Brilliant adorned with small - A Cascade of Caprice Wheels in Brilliant and ' ' 10", A Discharge of ir. Six Sky Two Stars in with a Reprise of Five pointed A Discharge of Pots A of 10. A Bomb Shell THIRD * Six Sky 18. A Horizontal Wheel in Brilliant adorned with Roman Pots de &c. 19. Tup Vertical Illuminated a 20. A Discharge of Pots ae Six A Spiral with two Travelling Wheels A Flight of - A Grand Regulating Piece in Five A Flight of A FOURTH Six Half-pound Sky A Guilloche A Grand Roman A Discharge of Pots Six Half-pound Sky A adorned with a Grand Reprise in Chinese 33* To conclude with Flights of Pots and Bomb Shells Admittance 2s. each and Coffee Doors to be opened at Seven and the to begin at Eleven + h THE TWELFTH WEEK'S CHANGE OF OFFICE OF July 8, suck be to undertake the oj Ate for the service of the at upon a during the continuance vf and three Months after Us he application hi in St. Margarets free Work to he performed wilt Persons as may he in their The sealed the 1+ists wing the Price of Article % are to he on the after no Proposal he By Order of LL INDIA May DIRECTORS of the UNITED COMPANY MERCHANTS of That the TR STOCK he shot jm the 1st of JUNE at Two on THURSDAY the of And that the Dividend on the said Stocky due the 51 b of he ready io hf delivered on Monday the of a Letter from Ships and Vessels at Esq. dated en July if 17o7. ' Please to inform Lords loth uf 21. 22. 24. 26. EAST INDIA 1797- 27- 28. 29. 32- that His Majesty's Ship Galatea just brought French Lugger i; and 36 toen fourteen days Byng acquaints me this Rugger is quite made he her between Cape Clear a Frigate three Gutters the bat under the of I liave the honour to R. Copy a Letter from Mr. of the Repulse Revenue to the Comptroller of dated June 18> 1797. * Gentlemen - the 11th inst. at Eleven o'Clock in the to take consideration a me and ai it better of Justice and to consider Clauses proposed to be added And that said ii ill and Clauses lie in the Secretary's tor the of U ISAAC MAD Assistant s BV FURTHER PROOFS OF THE EFFICACY FALLOWING See the Pamphlet ot delivered with every THE 1 CARDIAC and 1 TURE for the and Cure of Disorders of tha and Bowels C of on cruise off Kit fell in with and gave chace to 3 at six P.M. her after attempting to board vs. proves to of commanded - by Lewis with 2 4 and 28 burthen 30 which I have just arrived here and arri waiting for a Soldiers escort to She been only ten hours from order ascertain of The Combatants Mr. Mr. Ho vI e Mr. Ca i. l Mr. Mr. Sec. Sec. AMPHITHEATRE Royal Highnesses Prince and York's THIS PRESENT July 19, 1797, And the following An entire new en HURRY SCURRY j fey Mr. called THE kmt * and as at the called THE AMERICAN surprising CABINET OF Will go through their extraordinary A Musical called WIDOW AND NO luthe intervals of the Stage EQUESTRIAN And the SHC DIVISIONS SWORD Attack antl With a GRAND on the Original Scientific by several The to conclude with an entire new Harlequin called WHAT WE NOT WHAT WE This Pantomime consists of a greater variety of Magical and Droll than any one ever Doors to be opened at Half past to begin at Half past Six 4s. * Second Price is. is. Second Price 6d. Second Price to commence at Half past precisely. Places to be taken of Mrs. Bos Westminster At the above Theatre will new Performances every MONDAY during the Summer out general effects of ana corresponds with former testimonies oi its to the notice of Gentlemen with the East and similar respect to * -' To Mr. No. 36, July 3, 1796.-' having the Treasure ot knowing you but by of your invaluable I am out of that regard which i have to merit I think it a duty which behove every one to pay to at when such benefit has been received from your most invaluable Medicine as I have to make it Having been for a term the honourable East India Company's employ at St. in through the excessive heat of the 4 f 1____* ' I &c. G. H. of Letter from Mr. Robert Adams Commander of the Viper Excise to Evan dated at July 5, 1797. I have the honour to inform that Viper under my being on & cruize on the id at one P.M. after 3 captured on the shore near in the French and two swivels which were thrown board the on Les Graces sailed 1st under the of Gaspard and twenty-two apd had taken The the but being greeable taste in my was supposed my liver was 1 went through a course of which .Is French With Ms the prevailing antidote in that but At- ' y -' * as a forlorn I obtained permission to leave Country and my and come over to this T intermixed SADLER'S HIS and following a favourite National with varied and called - BRITAIN'S A FIG FOR ILLUMINATED GALLERY OF I Composed of those braVe British Successes Sea have so justly supported the of New and By Mr. from A Comic Ballet entirely called MERCURY AND THE 'A Comic taken from the French Petit Piece of Blaise culled WHO PAYS THE RENT THE LANDLORD The Performances to a new grand Seriocomic Pantomime called SADAK THE OF first Scene of the Pantomime will exhibit an interring of A PALACE ON - And the conclusion will give a- brilliant display EASTERN HA With an Assemblage of the and Great of the Accession of Sadak to the Throne of of a Superb and Evolution * Boxes 4s. Pit 2s.' Gallery Money to be -' Doors to be Five Entertainments to begin On my arrival 1 was recommended to an eminent from whose prescription I found little or no At iast I was recommended to your but being on the setting to purchased a few bottles at a Bookseller's in with a determination of giving it a fair J have taken now three according to your and believe the has answered my most sanguine 1 found my and in a most wonderful to increase all that yellowness of skin has left me I find my as I may quite renewed my appetite so that in fatt I have always an inclination to What my dear do I not owe to you I could not refrain myself the pleasure of. communicating it to in the hope you what 1 have now for the those whose constitutions may be impaired by hot On my return to I shall no small quantity ot your for the of I am. With the greatest and good Your obliged humble DONALD CASE L. To Mr. Accustomed to Bilious and Nervous A flections in a very obstinate I have encountered u 11 the sensations attendant 011 those After having gone through the whole Materia from A to with barely experiencing some slight temporary I am happy in thai Cardiac has given me relief never and hich 1 hud long despaired of meeting 1 Your most obedient King's May 20, 1796. W. C. NT B. W. C. desires Rymer to mention his name to any CASE In a the Palsy I had the advice of the ablest and took various with So little that I continued crawling upon with were and are now safely lodged in the Prison at this ' 1 havd the Honour to &c. &c. ROBERT July 7, 1797. The King has pleased to grant unto Sir John Cox of in the County of Recorder of in the County of his Royal Licence and Authority that and such of his issue male only the dignity of Baronet may and bent the Arms of on the breast of each being Eagles reguardant with the motto or device of the Great Order of Virtutisque which hp been honoured by the special grace of reigning Duke of 4c by a Diploma or under the signature of his Serene Highness and the Great Seal of bearing date at the of 1796: and also to order that Uie said and His Majesty's be registered in the College Licence void and none Castle j June 29, 1797* - His by his Royal fear fog been pleased to appoint Edmund Glentworth qe of His Majesty's Most Privy Council of this in Council took the usual Oaths and his Place At GEORGE AND CHARLES -A of Messrs. ] ' G. and C. of New in the City of 4re_r.equested to pay their respective Debts to Mr. Charles who is the person by receive the and settle ' I one Pill at on Saturdays and and the Tincture trOm one to three at and iix In a glass of cold excepting Sundays and when the Pills operated by I proceeded thus one month with daily and in about three months the by their I laid aside my having recovered the use of my and regained and From motives of and a fervent wish that so may revive these valuable I have to request chat you will publish Ci - 1 your grateful PEtER Feb. 1796. Sold in bottles at and and 60. and in stopper 35, 6d. 7s. and 14s. at 36,' where Rymer be consulted or by post There are pint bottles at qne guinea by which there is a considerable Messrs. Dicey and No. Bow are appointed by Mr. the sole Venders of the ' - HOUSE READY for three in near any within from London or in which at least Six Beds will be Letters J ine and A. at Mr. attended as of the Detergent Pills for the cure I of Diseased attended with Asthma for the Gall Sec. of every Vender of their Medicine in all the Provincial and of the following Persons iu it may be had Mr. Thomas No. 46, 3nuth, No. and be obtained in a perusal of the foi lowing or and the Hypochondriac Disease and or Regular and the or Flying By Janies Seventh Edit. * BANKR now or late of Aldgate High to surrender July 2i,aad August reht at - Mr. - Honry of to surrender July 15, and 10, af at Mr. Lawrence William of St. to surrender July 15, at at Inn - - Thomas now or late of tool to surrender July 21,' and and August 19, ia ' Shute in Thomas to at Mr. John Messrs. Shute and ' later Jp surrender July 15, and August 19, Mr. ' Richard of to render July land August at at at ahq or j * * Francis late of 3Londojr}? at at - - late of at at the Swan
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