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   Argus (Newspaper) - October 7, 1789, London, Middlesex                                �;,A;jfc'^L.Co^^^ fijkbitb^CTte&�fQ**t&:.time)A*��fi!Cwne,j$4-#hr�fcwtff>be: adaedrie.Comic-Opera'of ' � A O �Y*v* IN ' A-   C A M' P:    " 'Mr. JQHHSTOJSE'V "Darby, Mr. EDWIN j MalMPhstfceiiri, Mr. DAYIES} . Vathex tultt, Mr HOC K j � Qimm/toi. CVBITTj.   -it  t.    i.  '1ta^;MrVLl�;f:ABj%itarit, MrrQ^�DNER.i ^-Manel FJourrft, -Mrs. WEBB ;      .    . �IHmAt, ftfifc ROWSON '?  ^ S     .- . . 7, j And Skwa, Mm. MARTYR. '    � $!a�*^.th>2c**iito tV taken of Mri-fiwndon, at the- -  �-. -, -:^/./v..A^rMonfey:te.6emuri^civfr.'i'.; :.- fcoors ^feJteopeneda^Half j?aft -Fi*e,^e-Performance to \?. 'J.^,-.'       '" -begin'atHalf pafi Six,;>.'  of The Conftant.':�ouftk.  : 4w   .SirxH&ny'WiBstet9i&'''^ie-)-^^ .� : At? ;L:A ft G'-M & �>!>***"' . PATvB^T-cRATE/ 'anif KITCHEN-FTJ.RNFIUR-E DAT, October 7, J7rf� 14 KUSSELfrSTfCEET, COGENT <�AfcE*EN, .../T. L AWMEADr" ., TjLiyrOST: :RefpearuU/ informs th!e Nobility J1VJL. and Pabllck in general,' that he has juft. finished ^a'Verv^ei^'nt'A^rt'neD^p^Qratwva'hli'Pate^PrM^t^' aft--:^":," � Emertauanjent of;    v -       r A S ,.Y O      L IK E,.JL.T.K :-v.7rt' 5&^hwK^.fa^:f^-�9%?^   ------' .> -       Jl. A^      T A* '       u      . :.�   T.H I S -EVEN l;NG,-FfiATS '�f HORS.ENtA^S�ff4 Ey HUSHES, and hi* manita^le Pupils. . Mr. PALMER �irilldel)yw"hiirWhiirifita^Si^neal, Seritm* Ai delivered by iatai,� the Lyceum, in,; tfife^&andjW^ *greaj"ajrpJaufer iBeforetJievEntettiinnieiiti MrvP^l^^!*elrV6r�m�-: fional WirtUi^mkhf^ '* ilterationsijmd aMftSont, bjr.We ftra�Aafl�Sf. ' v.-i? y To which will be add�d (ftr -jd^ �ttb^i^%f e�1ii*t.!K9r , a^dffl8rKUdEneetfainmerit/f^o^e4A�atA6 f The T R I U MJT |i flf    I B� R *C T, i     " Vri':'-*: Or, the DESTRUCTION off =the      - B  A  S  T t - L ;E; l> :: � WithconfiderableA:lterarii^s^n4 AdWionj,, . The^Bpecifeh delwererl J�fly!29, to>-ch� F*eTiiHi*Tr9op$f by �i >!oBf.,Mpi^u^. St. ;MErry,;oa th^^eJbftaSBftbf Badile,-byMr.Palmer;' �       r.  i : Exhibiting one of. rjie grandeft-and moft interefting SpeQa-des-tbat-sverenetged the Feelmgs of Mankrnd ; gtac&uting* %fcc Xhreepence Hatf,Pe'iny. HOUSE, CHARING-CROSS.      " TTTILLIAM^VERNON, from Doylev^, Vy , WOOBLEWDRAPER jutd- MAN*? ME^CE^i r   wjawj,-Mtti�.a, Utjzens, Villager*, Ex^utwuen, fe. m �v1kf*hasla�^n'tf1t3rft^4Hd faihioAable-ar.. I   ,   , �   , mimic Entertainmehtj called ;    ^. Or=;^he Liteetftne D�ftro>cd. alDOn^fta Variety; of otlrtr ftrikijig Matters incident B� the %entV t� ^ole^f the-Plan, Attack,5     *    ~"   ' l^vCapture, and Demolition of that horrjd S^kJ^#aTe9pte,^he Baf-trie.v The difedful Maflacre of- t&e Cituena diat -firft pafled-the Dtrawbridge^-TJh>e  . A GrandPerfpeftive View of the PftNXNEUF-,1#PARlSi With4teE^u'cftri|ff'5tatue of. Henry IV.  ^rMr' fylfott^ Heraldi ^Mr/Dyke.   /? '!;  ^ t5- / Britanwaj,. (srijdk'a Song In Charaarr)!;Mif� CEMITT>: --'     �  Ala MaJSldas Mrs-LEFF;L.E"R.    -. lGsafdsji%Itti�ia, Citizens^ Villagers, E*etuUoners, &ti �ay dep^tf opo� being-aSetorntnodatetfiin .-reafonable:ttrrasV . tadies^; Habits, -Habi t Coats', Gent^rnen,& eiothew: rpadi lattoec^lete&MmafceteBant.tafte.-   .   ... ^ He kee^hp foltRwin^TSrtfties, ready jna,de>r/ tadies^and QentlrnMn.*4,Moinvng-aBd. -i)reflm^^own^ �^t�tCq.aj�,', G,enrfer^eaTs:Dri.vmg-Cpataj-:Coairf^n?�.Ba� Coays,- Stable .WaSfegw>lTSmantsVOuftelled Jacket�� (5 'W Waifrc^pSi'Wi th�'!ovycft;terrr4." T"|C5NNELLy>, No 30, T*viftdcfeJre ( .the b,ftft. q^aiayalfiic ;vtSelriv'a|ajit-p.  A-LadtejrHabit. AGtoat eaatDrefto1fvthe.ben'^?erfine cloth, with � -gilt or fancy-buttoh'srrnade'ere^ant'an'd full Ad"rtt�;'ftp^:^dybftcxtiraftze:K .: .... �-, 4. A-Glntteroarf s 'Frpj;lc'Coat, of �he b^ft fuperfitie y. " cloth?" w|t&-a fiilc buttons of the' cemxr     V,. /*. ?4r j-.'AB�U^W9r^ft^pla^^uSri8"^  A W-aiftcgatand Bjreeches-af.the bpft wk'or fattitt ftorentinS1 *      -   '       3   $ Waiftcoat of.the heft muilifl'dimity i.. . >-    � rfi.xi � -APait'of the.beft-NankeenjBjiei:hes.>. : , j. .    .ft.-'J4 A TTfee .Scenery deIq�n�TTan(r executed; by Mr. CAPOMa * +    V^ftAPrtVfeiKe'fVM^EEVE., AttendaptsV Mifs Birt and Mifs Jacobs j,  ... '�  tt i^Votal Paris Jbv :Mj*B d;= Mr, Atkins^:.Mrv Qdwell, Mt* rtVaghByiMifs Gtminittj and Mrs. LerBer**;- v addl,Matfam. Ferrer^. '&% A NGO- � AN C E.~ �'   :-^-TticoKc!utowitha  1 A   S;HOWER'TOF   F I "RE. The Doors     be-t>pen�d at Half4>aft'FiVei-and tovbegiw at half paft Sue ^recrfcly.  - >'.Bons^'TJiree'Sh1)riiiM>ajrtvSfe '   ' : GSlityHpK SWJiiag. '   , , :. .' On .account of-ffcc etce^fng^ur�!bmrDon; preflrure.Qf Waft pany at:^theU^i�^^'e>y>ierireji&�g�*' the Public, are njoft.tsf. .pecVullywiit^wtdsl^^efr^rary Psropii :afid:Benches : provided iniUfc-ftide &r-ttefr3ctq�ima^itJon^r - -STATE. ,LOT,TERYf. Stamp Office,' Somwfet Place,^ept. s�, i7?9*;H TTiSr Majeft^s *Commiffioners."for fiiauaging . the Stdmp ^Duties, do hereby give noticp, that the following aretrre "only Perfcns who'are duly hcenied by Asm for ^Uing Tickets'in the fqefesi State Lotteries....   . t, .^ WhientheirLi cences expire, -j Jaines Branftomb and Ifaac Goodman, HolWn  -    .     �  James Branfcomb ind- Ifaac Goodman j Nji. 4,-CornhtU       "�  i   �.   -John Bruckftaw,  Royal Exchange, Cornhill... .      -    � . � � Henry' Wqo'l&y By field, and Samuel ^^'Hawkfwflrfh, Chariri^Voii George Carrol, High4hee^ Sfafldwell- JohruCaflin, Q\ty 3t Briftpi   :' Lobert-Cleinent.lSityof^BaUi.   .. .x >" William Galley and Jt>ha Beardmore, jurr.Piccadilly      .      - ~ George HarrjfonxPiccadilly     ~~     " Robert Hazard, Thomas Burne, aniKdr ward Warneri'Royal Exchange, Corn-  :   hill ,      -    - 1 Richdid HoJges and William Norton, ; No. 149, Oxford.ftreet : WilKara Hodges-No. �4, Pall Mall Thomas Horrrftryi Cornhill i John Jbhnfon-, PDpt*S'4iead-allev, Coaw ' HenryJLalande,tJftarihg-erofs .     .--Geqrge^Leffic and-Win. Scott, City of . Edinburgh-        �'. a �..  i. John Maddifon, Charing-crofs-William Nicholfop, Bank-itreety' Corn' ;. hill , ' ^Xrf..- " rthomM Northali,fiwJBpnd-rfreet JpitterfRkhardfan, "William Gopdluck, "George Arnull, and William. J-pay this (aid Premiums', M^lb^ffic/^^Q^et^a,, near VtiirHQYA^> :{i%^ANG%, j&d jCjtAiQ?a...COWRT, .eHARWGt DAyofipCTOBERl 1789,'vh.en .the Fifteen "ffeys a%wed bjukis�f^e.over, and above the^Tiihfrtbcy are in-.aced^r#.,wifte^irf-      : :* The above Notiw is-giTiaen, to prevent the Jn&red lofing rheBenefitof Ae|t Polkiet, by?pmitiing.w make inch Pay ijiefitin.proper'.Time....,. �> The followrmr-eemficale-df the Right Hon. Lord Dudley ;        .� and. Wacd, moft-. have great weight. - -""">..To the Public. -� Where the Life and Health of Mankinnd are concerned, 'J rf.^e fenotta conft^Kflef! fo the Community, tlfcrrfore- carmat help, acknowledging,.;.that Lady and' I-: ''Jii Bv H,s MAJESTY'S ROYAL AtJTHotlT^, TICKETS an4 STARES are* now* felltn 2" ov A   ( ^ *, J. B * AN SC O MB and Co.    *    ' 'At-JIo. nrHflJb^roa} and No. 4j  j^'-^:';^^ Worthy: fa^^0^^y:P9QL:SE|^  _~- tain'* ""tfiat o^dittihg. ifour-�r five Sfciirs.effiry Wyt.t$gWh:>' J|tely'oO&hA-sto� receive;orders,*" vlas.-? Mr. Bsmwt, -Mo. ,2, ! ' fi�r-letters and^iaelfeg6*�irr. rfie jfbbabtlitjc^ ofcielieEVnpv. Raverl.Rojto;SpifiitfieiaiVWT.- Harfe-No. *i5i^Ba*oon'o>, .numerous cates�;fr4mvthfr''V.EGlTABLE';fS5^ cfeyiifteetji So}�Hi�*affc t Rlr. Holland, orgaa-ifuilifer,.  �DB^EtNOS^V^.vV.;- v :^^f :-v James's; - ftre^t j, Mr,Lucas^...b>qkfeller,. .AQuee(-'s ^q*?, In th'?-JF�atife,,tlw pTin�Jp?es,�ff which the Medico a.^; Knjghtftrldge f ^Mr.Scbatwa.cqt.T'velve-caiye 4liey,^p�r.n�-are- clearly ftated,rand the eafes,^ ^hlle tlieySar^Srtspged   hill 5'. Meflrtt:;5bepperfi-�i..^nd^Reyirolds/ Oxibrdr foiitt�&.Perftri^^rni/hBa Mth -rtX' ^,|TI�^^ea&s*e thei��o(t eictraordjriarj tftatjsaxte: yet .Wiiart!^Ticket. No. 24,206, m the hft-Engliih .Lot-t tery>tehtitied'^j joidoot'SJbeijjj"the largeaPriieever-JBiared, was;f�*&; � in'%erhalf^ One-Quarter,. Oht.eightii^ Two ..Sixteenths.' " ''J! v. ,..--'-,'.;-, !V .f--:>'i-,! WJbi&^fci/:N?il34�S*2$ entitled; to"aoibdpl.: teas fofuNin : Oh^iiar^rt-T^ifeeJ-e�3hths, SixifixteenthV '.   ;." -� .' ;Thr^�gj^h^^'4^efeB,thpv. ..: % ^^iW^S-ti^titie^P 5000I. was fold ii^t foar'qsai.ters. _________,________..w^,uu���uon.   r.....     �Txjm&o,tjyW.i entitled^-3006I. was Ibid in.two-Quarters, PlacesFd^^roxcs^Bfrtafomot^ ?."� , *..! o: - ^    , > . -   v.-- '-       -Door. ,       -r    i   � . ,        ^No-jsja-yz, entitled to *oool: was fold inV>ne^Half,..oiie ^'J^^^-JEr.r^^^entrdedc%.sbdol.''�Mft3)L'tft �*Ha|fi; ^  -'^ ' .And in the:IRISH LX>TTfiRY*ftr 17*^5, the only -joool.Priae cbntarhedjri ths faid Scheme, No, 10,136,*^' ^>ld irt^he foftoysring ShalresV vizi' Qae-Half, One Quajter, ' Oue Eighth, T)"/*, Sixteenths, by the Proprietor of tl:e above Offic�8.�'^^1wrnea graitis^|E.�tteca>{|>9ic p>UV4�l]raqffltea�d� N;B.- The fortunate Shares, fold at:(lAtfrar of the;aboVe offices, a^'-np-^-^iylng wi|hont^''_biafti�4|L'&�oii'. " S^ZrTlr2? *TVT rq^jfbfahft W< ar^f^Kfons togTa? a^Peribj-s gomgout with Bosks �� con itity of -3-e>ytt#i(^m* U;jU*#��rv �,, -. :W&W*llK*-tt�f mi* m*eM.U&^?^:-'T* ^rmX care at two difleren^cr*^r*�i(f-'jr BY HfS MAJESTY'S ROYAL AUTHOXITYi ; -CODBOLD's VEGBTABLE'BALSAMi y i-i" /Fhe-iinportance of the following- fa&*.bguig of thej-reate(t confto.uetice to the Public,1 we,4hi�kit(tl�� TjeA.exCufe for tJ-e'length of this adJ-ercTfement.    -      : X /�f the greateil bleffings to mankind^, ai.ij'.isl^.cir^ talnxemcdy, if applied' m.'J^ne, Tor tnflfe;:f-�tal.,3t&i*lets/ |j?*w�umptions.   It is the Gift .of :G,o/l- to.th*;^^*40^ bfjjs lekve t^ appeaj. to the cairtid^wsrld ^^ar^lheyi ietefuch *xcra4raTnary. xures �*Ha�* aJV*1^-1*-^ *n !ff feroi-iret.. wrlichi would 'feeBivfuactei�t prJ&S 4jJ^:-?rq^shce.Hvof fcyifcltreofthe firft-perlbnsof ra.i>ki partrS^.y 'tt>rtifiW. rpy^ordvPudley aud WarJ, muft gjve ths urmfift-frtrsfaciiSr I as^othirig c^n^xcted'-ir, butjaJ^atAetJea^.-BflS,;^ wjft tbo^^rj^Mai^oi9.of4^a>.an and Colonel Dtogiyi fo frev Dudley and WirdV and JiSJ'telf,''-have' lately recommended five- perfonsjt in deep Conltimptionj^ te the-:- care of Mr; Godbold, �^particularly Mfi.WiHiam Hughes^ .at� Na� 2^, North Audiey Street, .6rofvc"nofif^uatei who -was in fuch-a dange-*us fimathtn, thai the Facu ty daijlared he could not -livfc;-�id the people 'about him believed he was dying.'of a deep Cyfifymptipn, at the time Mr. Godbold was fentfor, whi^-b^-'apf.hlng.his' excellent Medicine, in & Jhorttime reftoied Lirn, to the great furprife'of all that law him; as'hcdid^the o\fetr tojtfj'.�b.v.his .care and atventron, have had the moft defperite;cafes,.^within myobffervation, I am con-vinocdoof the ftip�rior yirtues^f :this. Medicine in confump-tiyAwfesjto any otWrsyetjtlifco-^re,dv . ";' -March lij-1789-". phed )ft:nme,'and ito be flieimeansof faving many ule- : . Mayz7,-i789.       �. <..  hillHall,_York&�re� van*N�. i5,Welbe�k*ftreet,Lon. -dOrii deftfvepartciular attention.. . ~ r >,> ' - - �� - Mx^-P. Baker, of Seyen, fiaks^ in^Kent, was in the laft 'ftajc 'of.a GQnfuVnption,- h'sia violent'''Sweats^, a Hedic and ^violent Coughy and was wafted to a mere iktleton, and the Vacuity gave, him over as irrecoverable. In, this Aatethe. ufeof Mr. Godbold's Vegetable. Balfam was rcccpimepded by Lady Coghill, and by Viking it,driftly agreeable to the diracTtianSj for_;jL.Ihpit time.-iie was; entirety r'eftored, and [�feontinues- Co txtjoyan excellent ftate of heaftlv.-T{n$ cure l:has 6een>per4>tme^ feme time. � A fervant maid, belonging :ioSir-Thorn3s.K3n�fty,-nearKnftreiborQugh,Tn York/hire, ____u.LtA intgcrjllg } n .----------- hold's Balfam, was riot -known. About four, mopths pre. vious to her death fhc was-delivered of a.child, "who mhe-ritedthemother'sdiforderi-hadmuch Hedlic Fever,.Nigh't. Sweats,\and -every fytaptom. -leading to a declme'.'-In this -. fituation it nngered,^nd waited ajnift to a lkc*r�tort^ The -Afotfaeeary who-atteridedit declared that, no'Medicine could lelleva- it, und jti diffolatton^wai -hourly.expefled *j when tfiil Godboid'a Vegetable Balfam waj ftroogly recomniend-di, arid by an- application, theredfi in ^ few weeks it;was porfoftly. reflated. : Liaw the,child laft March,|*hi(i-he waabeaHfcy �no-active- and frontthefe t\voinjtan|esof the finecefsr9f':''tl~�.Jl*IcAiciaavcannot help thinking it ^valuable dilcoyery and fub.icJjene&t^ and�tha: ltis.s duly incwnli;r>t �kw to'�uin'm*Mir�att^s^ . ^^.Welbeck-ftreej^ May *kf?o.,;-- ' . The follqwlrig Ccrtilj�tt4 Jvras la'tely giv.eS by Mj6%?lris, ' nuicerof Dr.^Wtllis, xsho,."by, his jrreat medical ikill, arid the bjeffing of Di�rne Providenee, has been the bapp"y v*nagnxo.health- and.ai%y.rhi*-re�sn.,be- Jong and prdri �� Havang.heen'trifomid'    ijany X^urcs perfjrrtied by Godbold** Vegetable-Baifcim,. and: being.fftrcftrgly'recfioa. mended^ to its: ofe by Lord and Lady DutWey-ami Ward^ I was induced to- try- it art two in my family^ jone of. whom . was in a dceprt9ifn�ina�tion, -and the otlier: amids*d "witn-'a, ferophulous' bumoor on her.hands and, tace^ittejided with' a ibughu' : In''a ibbrt"time--tiiey"werei botn,' ta' iftjt great fu^prifc,:recovered.T I cannot'%eJ{t thinking .from- theftc' irrftarnsy.. as vtelt-as fiym its general: filcce&j'but i(: 1789., ;  "     RUNNERS,'* .Att ~: ��e. lb tirulx^c^airt^.^nipfBre-^^ tWmtW 6..ghttt)tto'be fcelf m higheftirij^tlnir" Onlyiibutitsrepu^aij m �iftt.ptefcrttd.:! for which pprpVfe^ > !jaJUftk*.to Mr.t O^b^ldi �lir> Patentee' "ojf-tha Vege$ab1� BaJfarriiXaud. as a tribu^-due- to-hwi-fpf .the'rAanj^ats . itudyiand infinke expenc�'.b� has beeri at,- ln'd^v^nn'f and Brii^rtujf - to perfection -a.-medicirte of': firch'' utilit/u and .importance^ .We Ho .fcertfby ;�ertfry and declare that this .medicine, the fhperior eSicaey of which ytc :� hate experienced in -our owa" &ra5Jk*, as a' f�ve're)gn' rei mtdyin conf�*pvious, *(lhm3S, Ws, roughs, and fcor-..; bujic coiftplaints, and : we reCQSiarsttd: it" as � hlgnty *ne>-' ceiTary to be kept in allifajiiufie^} J- 1�tids.of.Di�in'�. tfroyfdetvie, for d!fpenflngl"uih unltmitea bleffing*' to man-'kfedrf' ffr. Go.dboId !s to be tpeken-withtrom Ten to T.v^vdflvtte'Forenpon, aB(1 {x9^ Fi� to Si* in the After* PBfir;,� bhj hottfetn Bloooibur^-^naff, itadtf.   

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