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   Argus (Newspaper) - October 6, 1789, London, Middlesex                                jSfUMBER  IQ2. t u uj o    jtl j. , October 6, ijSq. PRict 1 hreepence Half-ne*-: ny D R t> R T - L a N E. (By particular Defire)    � T theTHEAXRE-Rov al inOn vr v-Lane, THIS PRESENT EVENING, T H E    H E I RES S. .       Sir Clement Flint, Mr. BENSLEYj Lotd Gav^iilie, Mr. BARRYMORE j :     Alfcrip, Mr. PARSONS j Chignon, Mr.BADDEL&Y 5 -        Mr.B'andiai,i.Mr.WHfTFIELpj Mr. Rightly, Mr. AICKIN jV ' . PromptrMr.R.PALMER; And Clifford,. Mtv WROUGHTON } Mjfs  Alfcrip^ Mifs POPE j Mifs Alton, Mrs. CROUCH-v: Mrs; BlaiaiOi, Mrs. WILSON^ - -And LadyJBmily^ Mifs FARREN. Aft II. a Song^n Charafter by Mrs. CROUCH. To"which will be added (Fourth Time thtfe Three Years} a Dramatic Entertainment �f Singing, Dancing) and Dialogue, in Honour of SHAKKESPE ARE, called    '   . The   j: XJ B .1 L  E E. In which will be introduced A PAGEANT^ The Mufic byMr. DIBDIN. Books of the Songs to be had at the -Theatre. Placet for the Boxes to be. taken of Mr. Foibroc-k, at the ; Theatre. No Money.will be returned. The Doors to be opened at Half after Five o'Clock ; to begin at Half after Si*.       . On Thurfday, the Comedy ;of'Know your Own Mind j To which will be added, Selima and Azor. Due notice will be given of the nexrreprefenratiom>f King ____________________Henry th; Fifth. CO y & N V "- GAR D EN. AT G0VEK/T-GaRUEN theatre-ROYAi, THIS EVENING, Will be prefented, -the  Capt.Dafli, Mr. Davjes, Laird of Col, Mr. Gardner, Croudy, Mr. Cubitt, Laird of Raafay, Mr. Thompfon, fenny, i-.!rs.MO�N.TAIN,^wHiM^',J�4rs. MARTYR 'To which wilfikfadded, "a Farce, taken/rom th* Arabian ?'li)ghtVEl�teT^nina.*�>ts, cai|ed, 1 The L ITTLE HU NCHB ACK. ' ThefiwcKbaclfMr^QgieK} ..*|i�te^y^-.-�f.-|tfE�E. Vi^Krich tfoaor; Mr. GUBITT 5,   .."'."" . barber, Mf. MACRE&DY j . * EnglimmanjMivBERNARDi      , Doctor's Man> Mr. ROCK j v-fe^w's M^bni Wr.'MltBURNEi' ..."'�-'      7 ' � Cadi^Mr.E-VATT; �    And BafTa bf Uagrfai, Mr. D A VIES* _________� -       Dora; MifsROWSON' j    :, . ' . : Ahd.Tay,lo\*jWift> Mis. WEBB. Maces for the Boxes.to'bc-taMwof Mt� Brand,�n,.at the: . Theatre. -     �       -:;.' .". GEORGE and BLUE-30AR-INN, 1    H 0 LB OX N, Set out the following Carriage*. HOLYHEAD new POST-CO ACHi travels by day.-fets out every* morning at five e'clock pr.e-eifely, thrbygb Oxford," Birmingham, and Shrewftrary ; to cany four Jnfides and.'three ontfides j.Jine at Oxford, fle�p at Stratford upon~Avon, breakfaft next morning at Birmingham, fleep at Shrevvfbury; and Llanrooft the next evening} and arrive earl j?:" at. Holyhead ;the-next, day, from vrhence proceeds the PackqtfojJ^fe^ .. NEWCASrijE^^DTNBUR'GH,- ai)#-GLASGOW, Roy^l^liatisSeP^ft-Csaeh-, every nighfrrat^Sieveiis dine at -Uewca^f -.tlie:fecond day,allow*one -night's reft*apd arrive at Six o%^��k-�extday. ' >�' DOVER MAlL'COACHjfets but every night at Sevrn "clock* guarded thrpughout j carries only four lnfides, and ne/Outfide.      .  �. . *:� � POST CoXCHESirDILlGENCES, onddMAGHINES, every Night and Taping, with gopdvrednvenience for fageage. ." M ARC ATE .and RAMSG^-TE Pofl-Cwches and DI Jigejices, e?*j Mornir^^d E|�|%. .   BUXTON and M^S^J�EST?R' new Poft-Coach. J^ry'TOefcyi'T*OTfday>?|tn*-'Suaday afi^moon, at.three o'clock, fleeps at Buxton next nig^t, and!airives.-at Man-chefterjearly next morning.:" BIRMINGHAM, WALSALi and WOLVERHAMPTON Poll Coach? every day at half pall Two, and will bre'akfaft at Birmingham next mornings wUh a Guard, and foix* Harfes all the way^ . BATH" and, BRISTOL new and commodious Poft. Coaches, to carry four, iijfide and two Outlide PalTengers, Set.% put eVerV morning at^ quarter paft Five o'Clock, Sunday e*ceptedv calledthe FlymgMercury, with four hoifes all jieway j |ets to. Bath punctually at nine at night. Places "booked throughout t> Brittol, Monday, Wednsfday, and Friday mornings, and arrives at tlie Pelican at 10 o'clock the 6me^>�ght..   Atfb, tWROYAL BLUE COACH, fttsout every Afternoon ai*Three o:Clbck, and will brcakfaft at Bath next mwningl A^ Company.-may be accommodated with a C t^ch at their own tjnje^.aad-taken up at their owofHoufe, on �afoo-ble terms, Th.e'.;Coaches call at the White Bear, Piccadilly.*.      1.-., j - �-v �   ,\ ' STAMFORD,. STILTpN, and St. NEOTS original 'Coaihj ^verjr night at nine o?clock. jC^NDLf/ arid THRAPSTONcCoach,; Thurfday and Buijay wghtj at half,/p^fteight. BRIGHTON and LEWES commodiotis Poft Coach, �vierVOiM((riiingi'ata quarter before Six, Sundays-exeepted. . HEWMARltET, > WALDEN� and LINTON Coach, TuefJay, Thnrfday,. and' Saturday morning, at Six* Good CQnv:A:ence:/orluggage...:v.j.o. :     -�      .    . . ;. H.ARRG'VV COACH, every afternopn-atfouro'clock. Carriages to   Dover, Margate^ Ramfgate^ Cafffeibury �Deal, Bath; md" Btiftol, may be had oa the Aorteft notice, fctiout whatever, timcwiftied for,- 'and" the pail'engers taken j up at their-own houfes- . N.J?. Every care will be paid to p'atcels, &c. font by any . oi the above can-kges; but the Proprietors give th}s notice .they wiH-ifjt'fae arcountabte for any article of above nve / winds rains, unlsfe'fyecified. at the time delivered, and ' - jifotance isid,        �       ../ .->�'� STATE LOTTERY. / Stamp Office, Somerfet Place, Sept. 26, 17S9V IS Majefty's  Commiffioners for managing the Stamp Duties, do hereby give notice, that the following are the only Pcrfons who are duly licenled by them fot Telling Ticketsjn the prejent State Lotteries.   -        ; .5-             , "When their Li- ' . "    ,;,   . cences expire. ; James Branfcomb andifaac Goodman, A,; Holbqtri - - - 7th Aug. 1730 James jSranfcohib and) Ifaac Goodman, Nq.^, Ctfrnhil][  ^       - _   :V:>w 2iftAugil7go John.-j'-'BrnckA'aw,  Royal Exchange, v Cprnhill       - -           . . aoth Aug. 1790 Henr^ WoolfejT Byfield and Samuel '             ,,[]'' Hawkfworth, Charing-crois 2d OcTr. 1790 George Carrol^ High-ftreet, Shadwell UthNov. 17$9- jphnCaiSin, City of Briftol 4th Sept. 1790 Robert Clement^ City of Bath - 6th Aug. 1790 William Gailey and John Beardmore, :jun. Piccadilly               - 'a6th Sept. 179,9.. George Harrifo'd* Piccadilly     -  ^ -   17th Oft.i 789 Robert Hazard,; Thomas Burne, and Edward Wwfter, Royal Exchange, Corn-hill             -              - - 24th July, 1790 Richard Hoiges and William Norton*  No. 14.9, Qxford-iireet         ' 25th Sept. 1790 William Hodges No. 124, Pall Mall 4thFeb. 1796 Thomas H6rriUjy,'Cornhill 20th Aug. 1790 John Johnfon, Pope'sThead-alIey, Corn-.. hill.:                         - 28thSept. 1790 Henry Lalande, Charing-crofs         - 27th July, 1790 George Leffie .and Wm. Scott, City of Edinburgh            a            - 24th July, 1790 John Maddifon, Charing-crofs        " 24th July, 1790 William Nicholfonj Bahk'-ftreet, Corn-hill                    -          -       - 24th Sept. 1790 Thomas NorthaJI, New Bond-ftreet   ' 13th June, 1790 Peter Richardfon, .William Goodluck, George ArnuM, and William Lea, -No. 104, Cornhill, and No. 8, Char-ing-erofs           ,        -     - .i roth Sept. 1790 JohnrShoweri New Bond-ftreet     '   - 26th Aug* 1790 Amelia Tjhoraaslnd Wm. Weft, Fleet-� ."ftrefct;:"; ;j.- � i'5'th'!Nov. 1789 James Thompfjn and Son, City of Edinburgh            -   �-     ;   - 14th Oct. 1789 Henry Webfter, No. 29, Fleet-ftreet 17th Aug. (790 John Wcnham, Poultry                     '   24th July> 1790 Laurence Weft Wenham, and Frederic Scott, St. James's-ftreet 7th Feb. 1790 John White arid Daniel Forreft, City of Edinburgh                    - 14th Sept. 1790 Jofeph Winpenny, City of Briftol . 5th Sept. 1790 Stephen Wright, Charing-crofs 5th June, 1790 And the CommfSioners fliink it necefla y thus publickly to caution all perfons againft buying or felling any Shares of Tickets, other. thaBT^^a^-JU^Jcgally^ftamged;^ a�k ^^^nrdHibitedy under1 large penalties/ .jW^aKws-m Cmahcbi Ufl3er *�y Ptatence or Device whatfoever-; which may depend on the contingency of Drawing the faid Ticket, and alfo the PvBBi*bINCi PxovoSAts for any fuch pur. pofc.. ,    -   , ���I *       . By^Orderof the,Comm1ulone'rs. * JOHN BRETTELL, S cetary, OFFICE"oBINSPECTOR of LOTTERY OFFICES, at the STAMP-OFFICE in LONDON; - To the PUBLIC. IT having been the Cuftom for feveral Years  paft, for'Perfms unauthoriieji by Law, to keep Offices for tranfaAing Bufinefs in the Lotteries, for Victuallers and others to let Rnff.-ns for taking Infurances prohibited by Law^; and For Perfons to go about with Books to collect fach Inftffances, in. direct violirion of the Sutiftes for pre venting fuch<(ViI�, and to the great injury, of the trading, part of H^s Majefty's Subjedis; Notice is Hereby given. " That-all Keepers of Unlicenfed Offices, and every Perfon acting or afiifting therein, all Victuallers and others letting Rooms for tranfacling any Lottery BjUsnefs whatever, and ail Perfons going out with Books to collect illegal Infurances, will be grbfeciited with the utmoft rigour of the Law: and further, all Victuallers who fhalH�e convicted'of the before-mentiori'd Offence, fhall be.reported to theMaglftratel,tlut theif Licences may not be renewed in future/ � T. V 0 O D. InfpecVir of Lattery Offices Mr. PIT1 and tlie MARQUIS of BUCKINGHAM ' '    ' Publifhed This Day,    -T WO    P R,IN T S, THE Ri#�t Honourable.'WILLIAM PITT, Chancellor of the Exchequer^ (the only.Likenefa e�cr engraved feun'an Original Picture) and his Excellency.the MARQUIS of BUCKINGHAM, Lot  Cullender, a Turbot and Fi/hKet>' tie, a Pottage Pot, Coffee and Chocolate Pot and Mill, twelve Patty and twa Tajt^Pans, Six Spoons, Egg Ladle, Bafter S5ice, Skimmer, Laole, Bread grater, Fryingpanj Griditon, Waiter, Cheefe toafter, Fiqur and Pepper box, Dripping pan, ~withBeer jugi &c. &c.V. Alfo his COOKERY MACHINE,'with Kitchen Range-petpctual Oreo, b tiling;Vcfi*els,- Steam Boilers of various I.Jizes, warm, Giofet^&c, wlijch form.the moft complete As-; * tiple for a-Kitchen ever yet offered the PuylJc^ as they ajre kept in conftant ufe, and calculated fot& fnfiall or the largelft faroil>e$i by which-a Dinner may: be dreflca"'fuificient for ;>ny numberj w>tb f# fmall a-fire as one foot wrdein the-centre, of the range. An: elegant aflbrtment of St :ve Graces ana" R^egtftsr Stoves, Smoke Jadks, on a new principle j and'Hauf is- jc;Jn>pleteiy furnifixed* on-the JhoTtcft Notke 5 Iikjswire.*ql8t; 'cdmpietdyhung. ^ 1        \? � ' N.B- It-is particularlyrequefted the Numberof the Houfe tnav'be obfctvcdi GUILDHALL, LONDON, Thurfday, Oftober 1,1789. . COMMITTEE for improving the NAVIGATION of the RIVER THAMES, and for preventing ENCROACHMENTS on the faid RIVER. Mr. Alderman CROSBY, in the Chair. MR. Alderman CLARK reported, that he, had,- purfuant to the requeftPof this Committee �f the 9thbf July laft,; attended a-very iiumerous and re-fptdabie Meeting of the Nob.emen, Gentlemen, Ciergy," ana other Freeholders of the counties, of Herfcij .Eflex, Cambridge, the Ifle of Eiy, Huntingdoni ari'drS4ffolk; at Great Chefterford, in the County of iEfle*, on Friday� the 4th of September iait (having previously appointed' the Day of Meeting), and caoled notice of it to bst advertited in fe-veral public papers, and delivered to this Committee the fe-veral Refoluuons of that Meeting, which wefe read as follow:    . ^ . At a aumeroua andreifpeclable Meeting of the Noblemen, Gentlemen, Clergy, and other Freeholders of. che cuun-ties ofHertSj Eliex, Cambridge, ths life of Ely, Huntingdon, and Suffolk, at Mr. Girdlner'si at Creat Chefterford, on Friday, the 4th day of September, I789, for the purpol'e of. further considering the Ex-teivuon of the Navigation from Bjjhop Soji trold inio thofe Counties,    - 1 .       -. Mr. Alderman CLARK in the CbairJ The Refolutions agreed toon ih; 5 th of September, 17S8' were read. -   r I., RESOLVED, That it is the opinion of this Meetings that"the Plan for carrying the NAVIGATION to the Town of SAFF  ON WALDEN, taken by order of the City of London, in con-i'ecjUL'iice of the requeft made in the 'Third Resolution, and now produced by Mr. Alderman CLARK, be approved. II. RESOLVED, That Mr. Alderman CLARK be" requeftedjto, declare to the Corporati6fi'of the City of London, and to the Committee of Thames Navigacion, the high fenfe which ,tic Nubleftien ,'and Gentlemen at this Meeting have of the public' Ipirit w.hich they have fhevvn in their endeaviH^r to promote this -great and ufeful undertaking, and to'cWvey their thanks for the liberal manner in which they havejjarried the faid refo Jution into effect, and alfo to exprefs the wifh of this Meet lng, for their future fupportand concurrence in carrying the fame jnto execution. - A Survey having been taken, and it appearing^ by ihe Plan produced, that the Navigation maybe carried from-the Viwn of SAFFRON WALDEN, by GREAT CHESTER-FORD,^hrough parts of the counties of Cambridge a: d Suffolk, viz. through the pariihes of Hi nkefton, Bourn Bridge, Burwell, crofiing the Exning Brook, near LanJwaae, to or near Fordbam, Frekingham, Weft Row, and froni thence to the Brand:;n River, near Wj'.ton Ferry. ~ - And it appearing aifo, that a Branchor Cut may be eafiiy made from the Hue above defcrVbcd, within t^e panfhcsof AbWg liam^*� join anorwmimunicate Witftthe town ot Cambridge;, and that.another B; anch or Cut may bi mace to tall Jnto the Burwell.Lode.lilieadyiiavigable, where , bv a tonvenitnt communicatipn Will be optaed wijh counties ot Huntingdon and Bedford." The carrying of all whichinto ciecutio* willfc� productive of great pUbltc advantage j as well as particular benefit to the feveral places through or near which thefame fhall pal's, III.: RESOLVED, .:        : That application be made.to Parliament, f\t leave to bring in a BUI fur making, and .maintaining fuch 'Na�lg�6oBr-*wl Cuts, and for laying iuc'j Rates andi To!lsr with fuch pro-viiions, in conference ofmVikfeg the famei aifhall be.fojuad neceiTarjy and that .-a Cjmmfttee be ,appa��ted to profeeute the fame in fuch maonei- as they '(hail be advifed..   -.l A Committee was accordingly appointed for. that put pofe.    "      . - '' �'.     -� . :. �     '       ' ' � R.CLARK; IV. RESOLVED UNANIMOUSLY,    ; That the thanks of this Meeting be given to Mr.;Aldetv man CLARK, for .his impartiality and candid attentionip this bufin-fs'. ^ ... 1 V      And this Committee, having cbnGdcred the {ai4-Rcfo-lution, - . -. *" ' v ':' '"� * RESOLVED UNANlMOtlSLY, '     "      r Thatthe faid Refolutions be finned by^die Chairman, and publifhe'd once in each 9/the daily Papers, and three times in each of the evening Papers in London, and in the feveral Papers publifhed in Cambridge, Chelmsford, Ipfwich, and Bury. Signed by order of the faid Committee, ; ;   BRASS CROSBY, Chairman. ANGEL-INN, St. CLEMENTS'; BATH NEW   and   ELEGANT   POST COACH, thiough Devizes, with four Horfes all the Way.    ;    -......\ -    "   . Sets'out from, the above Inn'every Morning (Suno'ajrs t� ipted) at.Six.o'Clock, arrives at the White, H.ut innj Bath, early the fanie Evihingj and return* from thence at the fame Hour every Moining to London. .-� � Carries rourlnfides"at One Guineaxach^'aha three Out-fides only. -   ..... -. PerTdrmed by WATSON. rtCRWICK ahd Co*. ALSO FROM T-1? e "AB6V� INN, PORTSMOUTH MAiLrCOACH^ver^ Everiingi GLOUCESTER, CHELTENHAMirWRFqRD,WiT-NEY, an.._ At a crifis when the Law! ofExcife are not only extended beyond all former example or expectation, but are h abfti'iife and unintelligible, as to puzzle the belt informed lawyrrs.-. It is a new, perhaps an unccnftRutional meafure, to HIRE perfons polluted with infamv, an^Jffeftitute dt" refponfibility, to DRAGOON MARK'D OBjEpTS, by force, ir.tp whatever coriduiEt official tyrants chufe to dic\iite> but cannot fupport by Act 6f Parliament; dangerous and terrible as fuch ftrides muft evidently be, they are now creeping on, and. will very, ihjrtly come before the Public in glaring dc-monfti'ation. To apply the infamous epithet ot a neft of robbers te*-Hpufe. where THOUSA^ms  si any. thing like equal Security awl tefgofr fibjlityV ..... '... ... A TWO GUIN�A Share may gain I.8125 -:" A ONE GUINEA 406a .10 AN HALF-GUINEA        -/ .."aM.'''"--5   ^ ;     ASiXSHlLLlNC        - '      *8t$   i�r *   - And abjve SIXTEEN THOUSAND vahabte benefits, a� fullv ftated in the Schemes at large, with eaaftly THREE TIMESthe number of Capital Priaes thatcan any where dflt be gamed, while even the Biaaks have ctiatis anew Erig-lifli Chance for the whole time of drawing, attended with the Three Hundred, and Ten Capital Benefits, from 50I. to 50001. iriclufive. - Thus in a TWO GUINEA Share* a Blank will, after the chance of alt the IR\SH Benefits^firoouce FIFTEEN* HUNDRED GUINEA:*, or any of Three HunJred and Ten additional large benefits, though unfortunate in tnertrft inftance. The Blanks of ONE/GUINEA, HALF-GUl-NE A, and 5IX SHILLING Shares have the bine advantage in proportion. .-/-.        . '     - .The.higliell Prize attainable at any other Office forTsra Guineas � 5000I.-for One1 Guinea, acool.-for Half-a-Guinea 1250I, &c. wh&eatattto. 50, Lombard-Srreet.Twa Guineas may produce 8125). One Guinea 40621. k>$. Half* a-Guinea aojil. and in proportion far all Prite>, being almoft DOUBLE. -Aoy where elfe the BLANKS prodnee nothing: HERE thej-"revive,-and produce feveral Thowfaai Pounds.~: : �;�' .     ' - ' In the l^ft Lottery UefrVa. SHERGOLD and pala Sixty-one out of tjw eventy'.fevin Capital Priaes, acJ amongft thent, the 3^^^-^,o>Oel. ac*pol� arid T*� io,oool. There: isnot ajuIfiighPfiae of anydUreripei�n, M what has pafied t^rougHtHelVhiinda ia tefcrai years, and put their iategtity to thg.feft�>    ; MeflVs. LOCKrMn^^^ltivle tthe pa'��; r Scneme* at iargevaM|ecr}y explajia^rf, are |4�Bi gjraci, and may he bad a* \t}W, at Meffra^TAYlOR �ad Co/a OW Office, Nfc ;^<^fpur-ftiiSft,.Charing-Cr^, ioa� doors from tM'ft$^�&et; m%M!&*T*Bw -' T    � _\.:'" '   " " �.. "�   

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