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Argus (Newspaper) - October 12, 1789, London, Middlesex I I I f OCTOBER H T theTH A i inD R u R K THIS Will beprefented the revived Historical of HENRY the FIFTH The Conqueft of France Mr Aickln Me R filr Burton 5 Mr Mddocks Jones Mr Wilfon j ASTLEY is JuS returned from inconteftible proofs that the WESTMINSTERBRIDGE tion of the and Surrender of the B AS TILEon thd Juty is conformable to the andthe only one foin Pkces of Public totalVy Snd differently reprefented the made anxious to give hispatron the beft Au thenticated He can them that no un Roman or fkyrocket ftacs were mad3 ufe the idea of ing aFortrefsIfy and of apiecwith the reft of the bufinefs of theLove which never but In tlse AtrthbiV bralih Mr ASTLEYhasfccought witfc finejy executed in m the Heads latfc Govenioiof tfce STATE f r Somerfet the been Vimecf ar cliis Houfe remarkable for long credit and which as l havc 6een upon the Whcpte has this ariftn Bccaufea ISMajeftys Commiffioners for managing I BRIBE riot be given to a common InformerV and Iftformet faajf himfelf to tnnfgteis could notanfvrer the Stamp do that the following are the only Pevfons who are duly licebfed by them for the prefent State When their Li cences but Srtnfcoffib and Ifaac Holboia James Brinfcomb and Haac 7th Aug jbya CornhlA Tfjatfuch a man foould ppffefs addrefsVo iritpofe npon Go apparenrteniporary been matter of That will foon be unveil One unfcappy Nvyetch SACRIFICED HIS WFE in though far behind the prefent fyftczn of outragej and perhaps Itefscallous than hi3 t BOOTHv PCKER eqry yfidd and n tliifatne WE PITT A PERIOD A Diuphim Mr BARRYM COLLINS Qufcen Mrs WARP To which will be U B I J E timt of performing 5t this G R D E T CovEsrG THIS B EN THEATREROY A E T HOLMANj AICKIN MrV HULL MACREADY 5 MrDAVIES THOMPSON i Blanch ir3 Mr and And Lady The VOCAL PARTS by Rocki Mifs Staart Mrsv Alifs Mifs Mm j He with him a the armeu atthis imthefurther afe of arms In of Paris his Riding Schop not wijl appear this in the theXXtizens and Soldiers to thie attack of the YOUNG EQUESTRIAN EXERCISES NAVAL REVIEW at F ASSAULT of the A E of P A R 1 And aNEW ROYAL Anil ASTLEYa j THIS and EVENING till further A New i f Les TonneKers the Merry ariousExercifes By YOUNG of Citf ofBath Wilfiam Cailejr and John Piccadilly George Piccadilly Robert Thomas and Ed ward Roy at Corn hill r Hodges William Pall Mall Thomas Cornhill John Corn hill EXISTENCE gai preffcd both upon f 1790 of all jtfee nrtigntiion an4 wiii be rpufccdii of ifrfo 1700 17th j 789 r challengedvinddoihailcnigcthfr to v r 1790 15th 1 700 1790 aoth 1790 fupport one charge of any juft dehand beingrcfufedpr Evenin ttm The The PuWVc have always beanj of any trouble of legal reforti confiding ih the honour as in the bonds in Charingcrnfs Georg Lffitc and City of a Charmgcrofs William Bin Cora hill New Bondftreet Peter Wilijam George and Wililam To4 and Char 1790 1790 1790 179 1790 The lirft will teftify ntegrity Any G en tie m a n may a Lift of FIVE SAND ItESPECTABLB tan Se rifcri red to all over the c Mrs ATter which Witt ie perftrnietf Grand Serious ih TheIeath of C AP AI1N Anew Muiical in three The ROYAL NAVAL REVIEW at P L Y M O U T H DEVON SPURS and CORNWALL FEMALE WOOD and Mift pheari Wmpenny the Rpit of the Kotu t The whole rtioft brilliant SPECTA ajjpeared on any Tie Views taken Back of ohn New Bondftreet Thomas and f ieet ftreet James ThompOn and City of Edin burgh Henry FleeNilreet hn Wenhami Poultry aurence and Frederic Jatnessftreet Jahn White and Darnel City of Edinburgh ofBriM roth fc6th Aug 1790 To the this oufe as largely and find It inftead ofieihg begtiitctl by thole in power jvouliT condefcenji toexa mine truth and fa due reverence is to be but a Licence lis arbitrarily aiidjillegaily Th3sj his ifpon either or fecurity of engigemcnts Any to the is an ABSURDTFALSEHOOD and SCAN ALOUS v J tH 1789 i i I4th 1789 17 th Aug 1790 1790 1 i Capita Surrts paid in the a doubt make Public yth n 1 4th 1790 ng ThefoIIoi onya wiii no Many of the names given diehighly Vefpecl No a Three Guinea paid to jbHN Tower No a On6 Guinea Share Gentleman of t a One Guinea to a Lady at a Half Guinea Share to Kings L2gh Dra commanded by Lord P 700 6 tlilnkit necefTay thus puMlckly J aSiac to a agamft Buying or felling any Shares of I Lady in LHcdfter Fields 1739 LE Perfons irifured this the Pre whafe PollCieji fail due at tfee Mlcliaelmis are hereby reminded pay die n K f near th aTid CHARING or to the Agents in the on or befote the t4thVDay of OCTOBER 1789when tlxt Fifteen Days bythis above the Time they are iu furfed wiifexpiver The above Notice is to prevent the Infured loiing tlic Benefit of their by omitting makcfuch mentin R QP E A farpurjcc New Mufical BE A by SIEGE of the B A S T I L Difplaymg of the grandft and moft Extraordinary itercabmeflCs that ever on authentic And in orderto give a more confpicuous and juft Idea of The thaa as are legally damped the t having under Vge CKANCRvunder any Pretence or 5 gprough may depend on the contingency of the fald Nd aShare at Seventeen Shil PaoiroSAts for any S Jxatciittc riigmVay a One GuineaJShare to a Gentleinan at ft a Three Culrtea to a 400 o to By Order of the 375 OHN BRETTELW Secretary Gentlman aiW5ochcer A The City of G R A N D MOD E On an extcaorttinary large OFHCE of 1NSPECTOR of at in To the FARES to BRJSTTOLand x ID thi following and expeditious P O S T which fetout from the GOLDEN CHARING POST COACH every Aftcrtipon at Four carries only Four iafile and One OutfiJej arrives atBrlitol by andVat Bath at Seven next A Pofi Ciach in a Day and a lets out every Morning Seven fleeps at and cobnnues on next Morning at PaiFehgers New FJVlNG COACFf m Fourteen fets oat and arrives in 0atb earJy in the cpnfiderably the raoft expeditiaus conveyance between in ami infide Outfide to i is The Public may depend pn the 5nihe above that every endeavour ihall be uled to tender fuperior to any on the Parcels an Luggaga conveyed on the moft reafonaWe immediateJy on the of Paflengerfi taken he1r dwn and exra to Holy Pa and tabcer Hull j I1 uuferidgej The whole tv conclude with a New Pantomime HARLEQJJINs OF THE BEAUTIES OF THE With fplendld JOHANNOT Mifs CROSSMAN toe opened at hilf paft to begJn at ialf paft SIX BOX therBoxes to be taken of at the Am i IT having been for for Perfons tfnautWwed by to keep Offices for Bufinefs in the for and for Bufinefs inihe and othert to let Rnoms for taking InfuraftccSrnrohibUcd by v and for Perfon goabout with BOOJRS to colletl in direft vSolation of for jre ventiag fuch and to the jreit injury partof His Majeftys Notice is hereby Tmt all Keepers of Unlicenftd and M or a flitting alt Viftuallers and uthfera letting Rtsoms for any Lottery Bufinefi all Perfons going Books to colfeft Htegal hrofecuted with the utmoft rigour of the 1 i i and Horfes broke on ac his Theatre Royd in Letteis with all be convicted of the t mention d be reported to that their Licences may not bie renewed T f of Lottery to a Lacy in Lambs Conduit Street Guinea to r a Lady at 1 fling ton a Nine Shilling to Great Tower Street a Thref Culnra Sbarer to tynn a Share at i K to 4 i Tuni wuj Birmingham jcah a Three iPuintsa to a in Saha fgiiarfr fo GEORGE Park PiccadiJiy WALKiEj Place a One Guinea SljareV to CoUTtf No aShsreat jySito V V rf Clare Market One 5 12 joo 9 125 or 2J 59 125 o he has been horbnrcd u A in thejCoun brown light cclourccf S E W A N t E 3 1 r HOUSE fituatjon between Charingcrofs or the eaft end of Pic on or Auftin for art Half Guinea IRISH by for co n T i trpubfe can no lohgeV ilif t itainjj four or five hours everji day to fvvcr letters t and ielref in flic VEGETABLE SYRUP of waftcoat and Whoever apprehends him and lodecs vt i A 4 rttceive One the by Aft of ojj i f to Noi i H O U S E T P 1ST HOUSfe and many years ia the Orange fitifatbrtrhe corner I J T i I r i fi HtKT unty of a fradefman with twelve to was pnld j5 gratis for an Guinea IRISH to a tadv mar Kent fojp an HaifGtvine ISH to 9 781 5 Cox Thames to be let on 1 Addrefs to IRISH to Mrs SARAH GAROOS OECGNOMY in jug i r for an HalfGuinea 10 T 30 TaViftock liavine experienced the moft flattef ROYAL ON the Jh fmJ I arranged honouredi him with begsthem to is thanks that their rpQ all MER fljail be triaiy adnered well and expe f inBondftreet IRiH to Street i WT AnAAl 10 Guina The and what ii iribre aflyothier it i f offhe r iiitioutty with s materials of the beft qiality and arranted to tha have die moft 4 L 4 4 CHANTS andTRADERS in EN or the retennbrrbfin ng i ion or coin of L fine r u A beftjftiperfine gilt or fancy fcuttonsi made elegant full A of fteteiMu with buttonsof the plated WaiiUoat and of tne befi I Pahcf 4 o o A5ASCk 5 DE at t Ni ilfely SuccejETorftto Soho A i 3 6 o 3 P O O 6 A Thickfet Frock ancl VJTii afid Waiffifcoat oTfuperfine from to RagimentaiCi rea dcvkei though deliberate and abandoned eyes of the difecrmng publicare wiFor man obnoxious Courtsof the bafeft OJd BalJey and fdtexquifite perfection in every b all the fclifor to COIN a nartej and ind dreadful piupofeof iffaffinating ot xemplary juff is futK an aft as applied world ittipftCievery but the preient fpedes of conspiracy entirely tfovei and fo that few or even Cbiildbrproof againft Ruin rufhevKk the plotcan bs unravelled and that which to many would lltrike ft tail a Soppage fioks the before ciMtradiilfiain caii a Two Guinea IRISH SHare to a In 10 250 o IRISH F forte r L 15S2f iand in the full m I J 4
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