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   Argus (Newspaper) - October 14, 1789, London, Middlesex                                ^.o^.^ r-;� jam's u � 4% .   .        , /   ..T^E^ING,- - ' ^?PW^d        riWef4nW Comedy, tilled, ' .....      -    t-The Chara&ef* by       "--   � ..�". jKr. BLANCHARD    Mr. THOMPSON, Mr. MACREAdY, Mr. HOLMAN,' ,        Mrs. WELLS, Mrs. WEBB, .MSft BftANGIN.Sjfed M>K$RVVIiQNi The Prologoe to he'ljpo^tt byMr.>ER?jrARD, .' 1  -        A�d. ^^ER'^gue by^Mr..|,EWIS.-     ;   -"After which, wtt Be {ferftrrnea the'Cbmic Romance, in ......... , Three A#s,catted, Th y H^H^iizJp, Bach;^ fcre.try,"'.'QorrV and Capt.Dailw^T.OttAyjESfiLaifdof-Col, Mr. GARDNER 5 ^  , ." .  . .. C*to*CUBITT ; iaSroVaf Mr. THOMPSON } ttny, MmmMOUNTAIN j "   *    '    .'lAnd ��oggy,"Mi�-MARTYR. " tj.   Ncilrfon*ytO-be'rettfnied.     -Fiaces for the BoxeVto bp talfen, of Mr.' Btandon, at the �r3ors, to bc.-opened , Theatre*- _ _ ,   w t d at/Half raft' 'Five,, the Pjfr/ormance to begin" avHalfp.aA Six, Othello, Mr.i'M^l (from^^^^f'e-'Kojjal, Edinburgh), - Iaeo, Mr. -Harleylhein* on this Stage), Aad Pefdemona, ,M,f*. Pope.      '       * -To wKeh wi!lhe added* the^hjr>:t.ta of.TOM THUMB. .     ^    FOR THE"B-EN�F1T OF    - " Mr. FOX aad Mr. W ALL'ACK. * '�", ROYAL X5ROVE;  I AniASTLEys AMPHITHEATRE, WESTMINSTER-BRIDGE., /IpHIS prefcflt-WEDNESDAY; the i^th of OCTOBER, 1,7.89, Will be prefented,' A NEW MUSICAL PIECE, �'-"*. :in TwffAlfts", called, ". : - ' SHE WOULD BE A SOLDIER. .    - The Mnflc'comptifcd by Mi". GAot.. - - �. �� A NEW DANCF, bySigfiior MA_RQUIZ.        . Will-perform his,unparalleled " EQUESTWAN EXERCISES; -Mifs SMITH will "DANCE a HORNPIPE on a . -S I.N.G L E  H OR S E; , An E.xercife never attempted byany, Lady bmherfclfY TUMBLING, By Ae FIRST GROW* in the WORLDt And ffo* trusNisht:ariiy>Mf. J. JENKINSON will ' rTHROW a .SOMERSET over SIX HORSES" BACKS, . ^^.^-^   *�ithoukthteAiJiftioce of Spring Boards;  A FEAT �w*er ftt&ii^ijM^y-any one butfiunfelf in any: r       ;�    ^-fEingrfom.-    - '' AnewM^ffcal-Piece, caUed^       ; The  ROYAL  NAVAL  REVIEW at FLY   M   OUT/ H: � Or,. DEVONSHIRE and CORNWALL LOYALTY. ,   Ths abave Pieced is f&undeC on the Angular Event, the . -Pay his  M A J ES T.Y -REVIEWED the BRITISH SQUADRON at PLYMOUTH. - -     R o P E" - D A N C I N' G, By.-Sigi SPIN ACUTA.... . -Who is. allowed $e ons jaf'the FIRST PERFORMERS in the Worlds PARIS in an LTPROAR ; �r; The DESTRUCTION of the B ASTILE, Difplay     one of the .grandtft. and- m:>ft Extiaordfnary '.. .     : ~ �       Event*: that ever appeared, " -;      Groundcd-ca Real-FtuSsi��    - ..... - -v  Ip the4bo�e.Pieee,.win;be Exhibited A GRAND.MODEL of PARIS. - With rfeveral!Additions,by Mr, AS1LEY,. fen. fince his RETURN from PARIS: '  Partrcalarly a^ Stfelklr^Gt RESEMBLANCE iri WAX, ofthe HEADS of '   *Monf. -De LAUNAY,- Governor ofthe"Bafti!ej  ,And MoriC-De FLESSELLPS, the Prevot des March^nds '��     of Paris J ...        � ^. Wliich Mr. ASTLEY'hai obtained at a g-eat-Ex-pence'. This Jouiney was.exjtefsly undertaken by Mr. ASTLF.Y, �ii order to obtain furtherinfornwtton on- the Subject of the  Deft:uft:on ot th�Bafti!c-:�'and he can; aflure; the PublJCj 4hat every Ciicumllance attendinfthat Eventi on the 14th of July'laftj. with,Refpsclrto the Defrgns, as well as to Fa�ts, without Exaggeration or~Mifreprefintation, has been'ftriclily uttered .to.-.: He has-ordughtwith him^a' complete1 Paris . Vaiform as worn by the^ Marqais da hi FAYETTE, in which" he wjll.appear Wding the Troops and armedCitiiens . to the Siegeiof the :Battik.^ , *To which will bi addedj . ,The li;is.-Side GAL. 6d. PlaceifortheBoxes to be taken-otMr,Smtthj-at the Amphitheatre,      .v." ^ Tickets to be had of Mr. WALLACK, No..9, Felix-. Sue-1,- near the Amphftheatre. , ' STATE LOTTERY. Stamo Office, SomerfetPlaie^ Sept. a6, 1789. EIS Majtfty's CommUSoners for managia^ the Stamp duties,. d>. hereby give � not q , tnat the --.-.'.vwing are-the: only Perfons who are duly liee;.fed by them for falling Tickets in the prefent-State Lotteri*"- �.��>�-..� W en their LU CUUwCy> CJk.firC 7th Aug. 1790 aift Aug. 1790 a^oth Aug-. 1790 James Brpatomb and "Tfaat'Goodman, Holboin ^       -   � -  -    --James Bra'nfcornb and Ifaac Gocdman, No. 4, Cornhill -. - -  . John   Brnckfhaw,   Royal Exchange,-; '   Cornhill i Henry. Wbolfey By field and Samuel � .Ha^kfworthy Chaning^crols   � ^ .George Carrol, High-ftieet, Shadwell iohn Caffinj City of Briftof v Robert Cjcment," City of- Bath \ _William> Galley and John Beardmore,- Jun. Pwcadilly : rSiorge Harfifon, Piccadilly -   -     -jRoberfcttttardi ThomasBurne, and Ed^ 'j. wardjWanner, Roy alExchange, Corn-" hjlivt f     - - Rjchard-;Ho4ges and William Norton, Nf. lio^Oxford^ttet-     -  "    ' -William Ho/ges lio. A4, pall Mall    .. Thomas HoTfihAy} Cornhill -Jolirf J^ony*bbtftihtda-alley, Corn- hrU , 1 Henry Latande, Gharing-crofsr    : - j-i  te and Daniel Forreft, City of Edinburgh ... , ..   ;�.      - �:.      --Jbfeph-Wiqpenny, City of Briftol j-�   � Stephen Wright, Gharjng-crofs � ;A�d thsCommiflioners think itneceflaiy thus publickly 'to caotion all perlons againft buying or-Idling any Shares of Tickets, other than, fuch as are legally ftamped; the A(�t having prohibited, under large . pimalties, the dealing, in Chances under any Pretence or Device whatfoever.j whic may depend on the contingency of Drawing the faid.Ticket, and alfo the Publishing Proposals for any fuchpur-pofe.    � By Order of the Commiffioners. " JOHN BR ETTELL, Secretary. ad Oct. 1790 nth Nov. 17S9 4th Sept. 1790 6th Aug. 1790 ^afithSeptj, 1700 17th oaj 1 jit, 24th Julyj'.J790.  ssth Sgpfcij^o, 4thF4b^Jf9? 20th Aug*. 1^90- a8thSept,f 17-90 24th July, 3(7^0 24th July, 17^ : 24th Sept.;iJfo 13th Junej.179 10th Sept. 1790 ��afidi Aug. t-790 rjth Nov. 1789 14th Oft. 1789: :17th Aug. 1790. 24th -July,;r.790 7th Feh. i.790. 14th Sep't. ,1790 5th Scpt,TX790 5th June j-.-T.79a FOUR DOORS BELOW NORTHUMBERLANU-'-. . HOUSE,. CHARING-CROSS. .,>.��: , \T7-rLLIAM VERNON, from Doytslsf^, 'VV "'WOOLLEN DRAPER and MAWS MERtJ^R, moft refpeclfully begs leave to inform the NOBILITY? and GENTRY^ that he lias Mid in a, larjje and -fafliionabfe af^ fortmentlof Fancy Goods for the prelent Scafon, where they may depend Upon being accommodated on reafonableterms.- *-Ladic!$HabitSj Habit Coats, Genclemen's Clothes, made in the completeft and mod elegant tafte. � He keeps the following Articles ready mitdes Ladies.and Gentlemen's Mprning and Dreiiing .Gowns, Great Coats, Gentlemen's Driving .Coats,' Coachmen ssBox Coats, Stalile Waiftcoats, Servants' DurTelled Jackets and Waiftco�*t3, on fheloweft terras.-.      -i- ��- �  BY HIS -MAJESTY'S PATENT, CONCENTRIC, or MULTIPLYING PULLIES. N  �  V J   L-L  E, Jconmonger,, Brazier, S?c-,-No..-4j 6,.Strand. fTpHE Public are refpeftfiilly. informed thefe X' Pullies ye a]ipUcab!e,tVn a ,mo^ advantageous manrJer, to all-feinds of swind up roafting Jacks, makteg-.them-go three, four, and evenfive times longer .than ufuali the on- 1 ftrucVws> oT*!{HichxUivia.tesrthofeifi*^ucptderangemeiJls tC: which the ^common pnlhes are liable, an&may be fixed1, to: Jicts-how m uft af a.trifling cxpence..       ; .        AlatgS aCTortment of "Pantheon*, poliffied, fteel, and ja- ' patined Rcgfftex"Stoves, Kjtch'en Ranges.,-Sn*ike JackSj^rc-oh thwiewsft-pfinclples.   Patent Tea-Urns^at the redwed ptices:   Block Tin, Copper,-.and Iron.Kitchen Furnituie �; In the irreate f! v iriety* Bells complstt ly hung, and Smith's Work in gam'jEaljT:-- wirh .ievery artifife in the :lronjQongcyy. fcMncbsi^the bwe|t termi*. REDUCED FARES to BRISTOL and BATH, In the following genteel, fafe, and expeditious. POST 'COACHES, which let out from t,he GOLDEN CROSS,; CHARING CROSS. \ POST COACH every Afternoon at "Four /TL.. o'Clock, cames'only Four .1nfi4e-'and One .Outfide-;; arrives at Brtftol by Nine, and at Bath at Seven next Mpvn-mg.     ... 1 - ,.        ; �� -' A Poft-Coich in *,T>'ay and.a Half, fets out every. Morning at Severs1 o'clock, fleeps at Marlborough, and continues 011 nest .Morning at (vhhteverthour the.Pafltngas pleaftl f A New FLYING COACH in Fourteen H,ourvfets:out. eVcry Morning, and arrives in Bath early in the I.vening; being considerably the moft expeditious convevance between London and Bath. �Infide Fare to Bjth il. is. Biiftol ih 3s. OiuQde-tj-Bath, ios.6d.' Baftul ns. 6d. . Nh B.. The Publ:c may depend on. the ftrictcft pundluility > in-the above Carriages, that every endeavour.ihall he ui�J to render them fuperior to any on the road. - ^ Parcels an-. Luggage conveyed, on. the moft reafonahk �� t-rm , and delivered immediately on the arrival ot the Coac  ' >>�.'.i.i-- ; "' ? 8-' 'O to Black '-Japa-rihAl^ditto, -with"'Steel f:-'; . i .-Mouldings; -from� .and-ELYlRAj a :legendary/Xale, 4to. 4^,;       = -.  .---s - . -   . - V|-;SQNNETS to Eminent MeajOPE to the-JSariLof:Effingham.Jj-to. is. ^, �,^>rv.�^ VI.- Tlw IN rURED iSLAN^^Sjj-.r?'* .The INFLUENCE- of AltT upon the HjvppinihiOf .Nature with a beautlfirl Vignette  4to. 2s: p, Yll. Dr.: L'ANGHORNE's +t,o. 3s. , ,   _ - o Vlji. Beautifully .printed upon a writing paper, in.Crown Twchesi Vols. I. 11, III. IV, and, V.-o* ft New Se^eftlon of the moft valuable SCOTTISH 'POETS," which is m-tended to be completed in uightot ten Volumes. N �    . . ,... V.oK I. -contains--The Works'of King- James I. the K.ing's Quair,. Chriftis^Kirk-on^tiiei'Grene, .and'Pebhs to the. Pla^, with Ballads^. Introduction,' and Notes, and is � ofnamented with -a- very, beautit^l Vignette, .from � defigii of Mr. Allan's, and a capital antique Portrait of King James I. from an.original autlienVic Drawing," in the pofftmon of the Earl of Buchan. 'r  '   ; -Vol.. II. contains--Poams of Gawin* Douglas, viz. The Palace ot Honour, Prologues, ah J-a Gtoffary to the obfolete Words; embetlilhcdwith a beautiful and authentic Portrait ofJatmsll^HexScotoium.' *=Vol. III. contains-Original Memoirs of Gawin Dowg-!afs,.from a MS. in the porteflion of the Antiquarian So-rietyj and Dunbar's Poems, from the Bannatyne, MS.. embelliihed with a beautiful engraving from a Drawing-by. Mr. Allan. , ' ' " Vol.IV.contains-i-Ramfay's Gentle Shepherd, a"Paftoral Comedy, with live elegant engravings. ThisjWork is conducU-d under the infpeftion or. the lirfl Liteiary Charadleri. in Scotland, and wilt be completed with all proper li (patch. IX. PERRY's.. ROYAL STANDARD ENGLISH DICTIONARY: In which the Words are not only rationally divided into Syllables, accurately accented, their parts of Speech properly-di(tin!>urthcd, and- their various"figni6cations arranged in one line, butj likewife, a Key to this Work, compriling the various founds of the Vowels and Confonants, denoted by typographical characters, addillul trated by examples, which render it intelligible to the wcakeft Capacities; it exhibits.their, true Pronunciationi accordirg, :t0..t.be pR'ient Praftice of Men of Letters, .eminent Orators,, and Polite Speakers, of London; upon a plan perfcclly plain and entirely � new. To> which is prefixei, a comoreheniivs jOtamom ot tbe.'EtigltJhHLanguajjci^'Th^Foortu. Editron^ in. which Ts- now added the Scripture proper names* together with the names, of the principal. Cities, Rivers^ ^Mountains, &c. in the Jtnown Worjd; the Anciejit and Modern Poets, Phiiofophers, and State'fmen, Sec. all accu-fely accented^-with their proper P-iOnuhciationpointed out X. ORIGINAL ANECDOTES OF PETER THE GREAT : Colle&cd/rom the tonverfation of feveral perfons of diftiaclrioii^t Peterlburgh and Mokow. From.,the German of M. STOEHLlN,': Member of the Imperial Academy atPeterlburgh. ~lfvo. price 6s. in boards, XL-The LIFE of FREDERICK. BARON TRENCK Written by hirnlelf, and cranflatcd from the German, in I wo Vols. Duodecimo, price 5s. in boards. %* The Author ot the LTte of the late King of Pruffiaj fp�aks ot this wi>rk as foilowj: 'Baron Trenck, formtfrlyt � �� a-favourite of Frederick II. has lately pubiilhcd a Hjftory ' cf 'ins Lile,-in'German; which; contains a Series of; Ad ' � s.of the moft'TJXt'raoidinary Nature. ' This Hiftory ' would betaken for a Romance^ if- thc.gr?ateft part? or the � fadtj. rcia:ed, were not attefted by feveral perfcns (till 1 livings' � ' � ' ,'' -   i.;:;. �    '�" - Xii. The SORROWS .of. the HEART.   A - Novel Two Vols, izmo, pruce 5s. fewcd� ;   XIII. The MALE COQUET.   A Novel, by Jane tip bury.Two Vofs.-i2mo. price 5s. hound, * XIV." ESSAYS, on RHETORIC; abridged chiefly from Dr. BLAIR's -Leclures on that Science. The Third �di-xioiij improved, in One Volume in- Twelves, price 4s. bound Or 3s. 6d,-in boards.: ;-  : - ..       ;  . This Volume contains a completeTreatife on. Criticism, and the Belles Letters,-vie.--It treats_rully of Ta/le, Genuis, Sublimity, _Perfpicuity, Structure of Language, Metaphor^ Perfonification, Harmonyj^Figurative Language, Viliori Climax, and Figures-ofSpceclv: v.yy.irh^mKifm5 om all'th ancient and mSdein Authors;-their beautiesund defe'tls.''. ?,e *#* A few Copjes of this vatuable Work may be 'had printed on a larger type, price 6s.. bound,.   -.    XV. The HISTORIAN'S POCKET DICTIONARY; annexing Dates to:the Memorable Occttrrertcos, from the earlieft Period of Hiftory to the prelent Time; relativp to Acadimiesm Europe;-;Accident5, Incidents, Set. Battles; Sea-fights, &c. Conquefts, Diicovgnes of Countries, D+fcovenes and Inventionsf-'RianaVkabR; Events; Famines, OFFICE of' INSPECTOR of LOTTKRY  OFFICES at the STAMP OFFICE,,in LONDON. - .""        > - TO. THE PUBLIC. .   \ WHEREAS Henry Shergold, alias Hts.m-� phrySliergoldjviuas fltfgh.Sficigold, late, of Lorn* hwd-ftreet, Lsndon, fijiids. inaitVd tor:4. fj�.ud, ,in the County ofX^Iiddleiei in-obtaiimjgva fr.m of tooney, hy^ unlawfully � felling a certain paper wri tfr.g, - part.'y pririttd and partly written,  purporting to be aiucknowleagonent olvhtUd-ingin truft apartand ihaig-of a certain Ticket, No; 78S6, in the Infli.Lotteiy, not being poflefied of the faid 1 icket� and whereas by various adVemfraieuts ; from the olace of Shergold and Co. it is coniehed that no fuch. perion as H. Shergold, figned-to theXnd paper writing,-.does or ever did belong to fuch office, and thcidjy ofiW a reward c�OneHun� died Guineas, to* any. .one that will peilonate the faid H> Shergold; and whereas no licence'has been granted W any perfon of the name of ihogclil,. to fc;l Tickets, and-ShiTes; �all Shares, Chances, or Agreements, fijned with ^Kat name,, ss they cannot be ftampt with thfe' words ��-State L�ttny, Stamp^Office,?' are impofitions.on'the Vubilc^\and the ;el;ers puniihablerby fine and>idiprifonmeat '.� t^ofuifnt hereby given that ;yvh�ever...u^ay.. b^e A.piltcli^^^ny- ^ich.�nitampt papers, have no fecurity for'ihel^ i�ney.;."andi,the*e*ofC thePitalic are1 ved,"as"'tisAvifteit whoever applies will not do- itthrqMgh-neccflkvj but from a w.(h for Company, ocherwife-n vrll not fu�t the Advertile-. . Letters addrefled to A. B. No. Jjjo^PallrMaHj vil be attended to.    .  y. . . - NEW- SEA-COAL COMPANY'S OFFICE, No 15,-Henrietta-Street, Covent-.Gattlen,  " Foi the fale of COALS- by POOL MEASURF,-and at the .   POOL PRICES, '    , WITH the addition, of-., only. Sixpence per Chaldron for pr.-�j>pt.payroent,,and-with;eycry po-fible fecuritv to the Public, for Sht faithful perfopnance of the undertaking, for'which the. ftillowmg perfons havcjpi-litcJy offered"'.to receive orders^':-vhW';two-Six!t.eetitl�4-.'1- \ * -And No. 24,3.54, erttided to x-oiol. Was fold in-one Hahf, I'one Quarter, bne^'ghth, tWQ-Sixteentbs> with feveral other capital prises. -  ... , ' '  * - ... And in the IRISH" LOTTERY for 178,5, the on!f : 5.100]. Priae.'conta.'ned 111 thr fsid Sc'vcme, No. lo,t 36, via (old in the following Shares', viz. One Hal % One'Qaatccry One Eighth, Two Si'xtecjitlis, by the^Propriietorof the-abov-. �. Oflises-Sche'mes;gratis--Letters.(pift paid) dulyaniwor i. N. B. The fortunaEe 5har.e$, Joid at eiiher of the abve offices, are now paying widio.ut.the- leaft.oeduftioc- 0 N D ON' G.At E 7 t ~ WMteboll,Q�&er.AX>.,-:\      -:  'I". THE^Kinp: has beetv pl�afcd.tp grant Sir John' William Pole; of Shute Houfe, in ihe county of Devon,-Baronet; and ^.}s ifl'ue^.bis Royah Licence -and authority to-^ffutns^andj/e the an* cientin^me of-De 1* Po!e-i? and-alfato order that" _ _,.___,..........,  this his Majetty'sconceffian an4 declaration be Death's, &c. Earthquakes, Swrrui,r&c. Frofts, InundationK,  corded in the Herald*S O^Ce..^ T- -tec. Foundations ot Kingdom�^&c. Inftitution of-Law�,       �    1        �- yJ   r>v^i'"*^ Ooorts, &c MilitaryjKnightnood^rJ: Aemarleanle Events;  '.    �f >J^y<��W*jfcv�   , ..i:y .Reiigtona of, Statesr.-Religious Iaftitu*tiopSj.&c. Religious, . Mr.Jona* Favre*is appoklted MXhogany-BeaA-qrdsrs,d:c. Titles ;qf Honour.: &:cv sSacred,Wfiters, arc.   tifie-f \n: OrdJnaYy;'�St68*itfaiffty'^:�   . w r ; ^ v Irtcoipoiated Societies, &c. and Univerfiaes.      - - � V � ii-'y /�-'�       ----- Alio the SovcTdgns-ofEngliad'and Scotland,diftinguimed  Gommijfimi figned     his 'Mujefij'/er the etrtrty in; inter?.- &C. and-ei-n!n�nr . *)l D-.-K.''.""-        --- -8 d'. : 'O't*5 6 X) 1. Si ; 12 u '- '.  'A ." ri 12   6' to �  �� o � - ", it-"*-. ' ' '' 4 14/ ,6 Kiechen    .    *   -tomsj in-cpgipjete Set**.   .- � v. . 7 7  -c*. and upwariri .:- Smiths-and'Ir^nrfounders Work-^of jsvery kind' equally R-;af6;ial>le. ,   ,  " :.        -N.'^ScfiokcylCWmaiei curei "No Cure, no Pay;- ^ -r Painters,- &c. and eminent Men of ail ProFelhons, j2mo bcce 3s. in.boards. - �   -    ' - XVI. The LADY's ENCYCLOPAEDIA; or,aConcife Af.alylis of the Belles Letters, the Fine Arts, and the Sciences fey. tbe-R�vr JOHN 'SEALLY, L,:L^ Ir.ii^ember of .the Roman Academy j- and-Author ot the Geographical-Dictionary,' Elements of Aftronomy, Geqgwphy, &c. : Ulluitratcd witll fifty-two fine cdg>avcd Heads, and feven teen Mapsr;   In three-large Volufiaej m Twelves.  Price 1 ?s, in boards j dr.-15*. bouhd. .  .T s      - - XVII. The ADVENTURES of a RUPEE, Price 3s. id � XVjfl. The DRAMATIC iliitORY of MASTER E.DWARI>,-M1SS A>*N-, -and tliers, tr.t jE'xtraordi.narieii: of th*Ie Fimts, coHtited from Zefhanid's otigHtoi papers, , B.y George Ajaxaa ler Stevens, , To wiuch, aw.now prefixed, rMemotrs.ot chtL*te^}f the Author. A new Edition, Sand-tbrfli'v ormtedin o,r,c P ) ci)np'er-p'iares>pace*3>-. 3,-Jvi�� V �ards,vr4st bound,   � - XIX.' A, SHORT -ACCOUNT of the NAVAL TIONS of the L,fST WAR, ia order to prove .that the FrpTiCh: Nation otyet gav.e;-.iujch flender Pfi^f* of their JWa^ ritime.GreainefsaS' during that Petiod ; vritn-.QM.etvations Inlhnd, l(kh Regiment of"Foet* "Captain,"Robert Gooch, from the ill Foor.,Guards7'to be'Captdin. . .   .-   , ST  A  F -F. -*     : ;' Major Arthur BrowlS'to be Lifeutenaitt Gover-;nor of Kinfale Oh^rtcsfcrt,": in? the room tf George- Bernard, Efq-'tefigriedi  Daifed Aug.%. o-  .' * Path, &3v&r b.y.    .._ This day their Moil Chriftian- Majefties r�-celyedi'the Foreign Mirnft&r3-at.-the-TJittiIreF;es.-' as did MosAmr and MaJaveztthejf&hteofLux ei.bODTg., "     '   .;..;/... till room \i prepared -for their meptiun >ai,the Lqilvre. �"� On fhe cth triltinl the jtiffg gave;hi .................---------.......^....., fen&iontoj*ofe ATrf^flf tKe eonftitmiod, an on the D.lcipiine, and Hints for the fmprcvdmeftt 9f:she'-J -urbtt.ft�.?F-aUHtntr:0vhi�h:-ha4^^eJita-� ItXftfcfcd �uUih Savyv - B| aa QS&ss. -�v�h Pfir� �. 6d� * bj^ U&tyby the Ajfymfy,  >      , " / ,'   

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