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Argus (Newspaper) - October 15, 1789, London, Middlesex Number 190. THUR S D AT, October 15. i7do. Prici?. Threepence, H 'ff-nenhy >; � By particularDefire (Senond Night.) ^ . . % Tthe Theatre -Roy AtinDRUR v-Lani, THIS PRESENT ^EVENING* . ... . �;, XNOW Y omO^|N MIND. . >t JWil!arooij�/M�:.WR6�HTj(>N5- Bygrove.MuAICKlN; ft v: : . Captain Bygrove, Mr. HArYM'ES 5 -: -V- �� Sir JoHtt Millamour; ;M*; BACKER j ! ^ Char|ej8,'Mr,R. PALMER-j. '! Sir Harry Lovewit, Mr. LAM ASH ;' Ari4 Dattwouia, Mr. BANNISTER, jun. *' ^ ' . Mifs5JevilTe,r ^ JUMBLE; ^" ' ' Mrs. Bromley,Mr*. WARD ;y Lady Jane, Mrs; POWELL ; MadametiLe Rouge* MrsiHEA RD; A�d LaJyBc^witha Soi�g)/Mift.FARREN,. (Being Her fecond Appearance in that Character) T)o,which wilt be added .{not afted this Seafon) The D E SERT ER. Henry,, Mr. KELLY, Roffet, Mr/WILLI AMES; SimkinJMr. SUETT; EJint, Mr. BURTON % Sergeant; Mr: PH1LLIMORE ; And, SkJrmiih,Mr. BANNISTEKvjuri. Jenny,MifrROM ANZINI$ kat^Ut,'Jsirii BOOTH; . Arid, Louifa, Mrs; CRQ^OCH. : No Money to be;rctorjj�t;j;--' Placet for the Boxc� to be taken of,M/.VBVandon, at the � . . �' Theatre---, v--,-/  ' ltoon to be opened at Half'�aft-FJvr,;thS Pupils, . After which will be produced, an entire new Piece, in two r Parts; called The N A V A L REV I E W ; Or, Royal Tour to Plymc^h. �Formed on their Majefties Excurfion, containing a moJl beautiful and magnificent Difplay'of the Naval-Review and Engagement in Plymouth'Sound', oft -Tuifday, Auguft tha-J iSth, with a grand, correct, and chara&eriftic Repvefcntation ' of the whole of the very ftriking and fingalarly interesting , P R O C E S S I- O N, that preceded their Makefiles'and the Princeflfes, arranged in the order in which it actually took.place.- Lieutenant Cabley Mr. CLEMSON; Farmer'Goodman, Mr. Mallet 5 Enfignf-Mr. Kenrickf}  Mrdihipman^ Mr. Atkins.; Clump, Mr. Meadows'; ;'Matthe\v,'Mr. Foliett,; Neptune, Mr. Brown;, r. �'� Martha^ Mifs Cemmitt;  and Maria, Mrs. LEFFLER. ATiiple Hornpipe by Mr. HOLLAND, Mr. FERRERE, m and Mad. FOUZZI. The Scenery, Mufic, Drefles, and- other Decorations entirely new, the Mufic compofed by Mr,.Chapman. The Scenery t!e<igned by Mr. Capon, and executed by him, Mr-Pugh, Mr. Bromiey, and Mr. Wilkins. N. B. The Order of the Proceilion will be delivered at the Doors orthe Theatre. Mr. PALMER will deliver his Whimfical, Satirical, Serious '.  and Comic O L 1 O : As delivered by him, at the Lyceum, in the Strand, with _w ,., ..... great apptaufe. / "BeTbre'the Entertainment, Mr.,Palmer will 4eliyeran Qcca-fional Addrefs, written by Mr. Bellamy. A . . V After which will be prelented (for the fourtli Time) The C A T C H; C t u "B. . f Prefident, Mr. PALMER; : ' I The Anacreoncic Song, by Mr. MEAPOWS j The. Vocal Parts by Mr., Meadows, Mr.' iblemfo'n, Mr. Mallet, Mr. Atkins, Mr. Willoughby, Mr. Bond, Mr. Odwell, Mr. Chapman, and Mr. Kcndrick. The CATCHES and GLEES will be varied.eyery Evening, A NeW Pantomimic Entertainment, called . The deserter of NAPLES* Or, Royal Clemency, Under the Direction of Mr. pALMER. The Airs, Duets, and ChoruHes, Compofed by Mr. REEVE. The Overture and the reft of the Mufic by * ONSIGNY, PHIklDORE,. &c. " Henry, by Mr. PALMER. Skirmifli, Mr.-FOLLET,j t.i790 4th Feb. 1 790 20th Aug. 1790 1790 .179.� 28 th Sept. 27^Jlllyj Firft 4rawn.the ift Day  ; Firft drawn the 4th Day Firft.drawnthejpth Day;.; V h Firftdrawn the i6thDay. yirft.drawn.22d the t : The laft drawn"~' �3,Z4�6 Blanks - 40,000 Tickets '50O , 500.. . . 50O. " � 500 500 1.200,900 1Prj�payable (in JriihCurrency)m June 1799. X�-the,^aftJJnj�5Hh Loftery the foHowing;^ : fold at the abovs-Otfice, viz.' �" ".. . -I'N No. ' . .' I. . 41433 a pxlf C of 25,000 '96366 "n ~nn 2,9685 *56l7 m 15599 . 37477 1.2476 *9757 ' �6c6� 20,0.00 10,000 ^,060 2,006 "ijopo 1,000 1,000 ' 1,000 1,000 shares.. :N0., 3395* a prize n474 -^* 24222 '24808 . ^r- �'3?4 ,.-r-18395 :-rr 18292 ...-rrr-21083 \:-r:r-25768 ' of Itl) WHOLB-tm(CKEtS. 1- 2,000 1,000, 1,000 No. 33?4* 4000^ .V77�i: ,3�664' 1. TjOOO 1,00.0. 1,000 1,000 ,!:. sm Iv^ 5OO5; 500J ' 1.. vj 1,0005 . 500 500! All Shires.iijH at this OfHce-will be,ftafnped agreea-We to Aft of Parliaments and alfp:-wj|k'..,th.e.^rbvi;hj and round it, H�ard any Cos Lsttery.Office. :. '. Money for. Priias will berpaid at this Office; a fooh �s ' - Letieis (Poft-palri)^uly-anfwer'ed, aiid Schemes gratis. � N^B.: AgreeaWe it1 Aft of;P'ar1iamenti hp liu'fin.efs in. the Lottery Vanfafted before Erght p'Cfock'ih" the lilorning, .nor after Eight o'Clpckir* theEiefting. 1 , Bank,, India, and South Sea Stocks, with." their fevc-rst Annuities, IndiaBpndjjiiiyy arid YicTEttallinp Bills, and all Kino-of G#mnjnent Securi'tiss, boaghtand Tol4 by Cwn- James- Braiifcomb and Ifaac Goodman, Hoiboin - m James Branfcomb and Tfaac GoorJrr.an, No.4,:Gornliill'" '� i.: � �.  - John Bruckfhaw, Royal" Exchange, Cornhill- � -- . -Henry Woolfey Byfield and'Samuel Hawkfworth, Charing-crols George Carrol, High-ftreetr-Shadwell John Caflin, City of Briftoi Robert Clement, City of Ealh William Galley and John Bcardmore, - jun. Piccadilly - - - ' George Harrifon, Piccadilly  - Robert Hazard, Thomas Burne, and Ed- ' ward Warner, Royal Exchange, Corn-hill Richard Hodges and" William-Norton, No. 149, Oxford-ftreet �William-Hodges No... 124; Pall Mail Thomas.-Honiiby, Cornhill ' John Johnfon; Pope's-head-alley, Cornhill - � * , HenryLalande,Charing-crofs '��."" -George Leffie and Wm. Scott, City of Edinburgh a John Maddifon, Chaving-crofs William Nicholfon, B'ank-ftreet, Cdrn- hill. � .  - - Thomas Northall, New Bond-ftreet Peter Richardfon, William Gobdluck, George  Arnull, and William .Lea, No. 104, Cornhill, and No. S> Char- '. ing-crofs John Shower, New Bondiftrcet Amelia Thomas and Wm, Weft, Fleet- -ftreet '  - James Thompfon and Son, City of Edinburgh -Henry Webftexj.No. 29, Fleet-ftreet . John.Wenhani,''Poultry y L-aurence WeftWenharn, and Frederic:"; Scott, Su James's-ftreet John White and Daniel Forreft, eity'pf.. Edinburgh - ' v' JpfepbT Wir penny, City of Briftoi ^ StephenWfight, Charing-crofs T John Wright, jun. No. 168, Piccadilly And the Comrniflioncrs thinkit neceffoy thus publickly' to caution alDperfons againft buying or felling any Shares of Tickets, other than fuch as are'legally ftamped; the Aft having prohibited, under, large penalties, the dealing in Chances under-anyPretence or Device whatsoever ; which may depend on the contingency ojfJDrawing the faid Ticket, and alfo the Publishing. Pro^'als for any fuch pur pofe.   ..  - A ':-;-^v-'""' '/'�'' By Ordef^f the Camrnifllftners* - -"':-,.., JOHN; BRETTELL, Secretary RE CRUIT IN G S E R V 1 G E-. MEN of Charafterand Repu�ation> Whe have been Sergeants in the Army in Furope 01 in In^ia,-an J Sergeants in the Militia rmJ leave of abfence, are \?M\tedto go.inti- different parts- of England,' on the Hon.-thd ifaft-India-,Company's Recniiting.;ServTce> und/* the .corapiand of one ot the Company's OlEcei-Sj-pfor Six Months^ fxdflX the 30'h ihftant;  ;  '. � Men anfvvering the aboverdefcriptioh i(as none- 6thc.rs need apply) Will be;tieated with;-any morning, from eight t� eleven o'clocic, Sundays excrpted, by'the'-OfTicei's agenr, No. 23, Gcorge-ftreetj Blacktriars R-Jad; � ; >H) i October 8, 1789V . . . : # The Speech delivered July 29, to the French Troops, by Merry, on the Deftruftjon of die Monf. Moreaude St. : Baftile; by Mr*Palmer; Exhibiting one of the grandeft and mqft interesting Spectacles that ever engaged the Feelings of Mankind ; including,, arhongft a Variety of other- ftriking Matters incident to the. Event, the whbIe;or" the Plan, Attack, Storming, Capture^ ^and Demolitio'n;of^that Jiorrid Sepuichne of. a People, the B affile. 'The dreadful Maflacre of the Citizens that fir.it paffed the Drawbridge-The Exec'utioh'Of the Govern6rand Major-ThevWhol.e of :the feverat Military Engagements and Proceffions on that and other Occasions; together with the Proceedings- that gave Freedom to the Empire of France. In the courfe of the Reprefentation, the following Difplay of SCENERY,, painted on purpole for the Piece* ^  by Mr. CAPON, A Grand Perfpeftive View of the PONT :NEUF,in PARIS,; ; , .'With':tteEqueftvian Statue of Henry IV, A-View-of theOutfide of- the BASTiLE and Diawhridge v ' A Pifturefque View of the' lnfide of the BASTILE, �''With" the ivSrious INSTRUMENTS.of TORTUREj The/'different Gratings^ Dungeons, :and Cells, from which. '�' vthe' :fdv^Vniiferab1e Objefts made their emancipation, A'^View of the Entrance to thcjPiace de Dauphin", near the *];:* ;] \U^,:-': Pont Neuf. � -'-Thewhole to conclude with . BRITANNIA feated in her TRIUMPHAL CAR, �>ipporting two Grand Tranfparent Poftraits of :. The KING and QUEEN of GREAT BRITAIN. The Mufic/campiled from the-moft eminent French Mafters: 'and Songs aridi Recitatives compofed, by'Mr. CHAPMAN, . Henry DuBois, Mr. MIELL, 'Marquis^ deXanaay^cOMro,or;of.the^Bafti1e,Mr.!Gfe^ 'Major Puget, Mr.r>BirJ!:j^Marquis de M ^aycttei-Mr. Holland; Count Vidoni, Mr. Ftjlleji, jun. GrandBaiUie, Mr." Mallet; Matilda's-Father,--Mr. Bilfoa; Herald, Mr. Dyke. . . Britannia, Mifs CEMMITT,' And Matilda, Mrs. LEFFLER.-'; ' Guards, Militia/eitjzens, Villagers,'Executibrfcrs, &c, The Doors'to be'.opened at a 'Quarter paft Fjye, and to "Begin at a;Q ? large parcel of -Dutch and.Italian Hy. aciatlu ainl' Naxciflus� Perfianlri'' &c, 24th July, 1790 24th.'J.uly, 1790 24th Sept. 190 13th June, 17 9 10th Sept. 1790 26th Aug. 1790 15th Nov. 1789 14th Oft; T789 .17th Aug. .1^90 2'4tK' Juryi 1790 ; 7tfj Febi 1790 :. 14th Sept. 1790 5th Sept. 1790 5th June, 1790 : I2th Oft. I790 OFFICE of "INSPECTOR of LOTTERY OFFICES, at the.STAMP OFFICE, in LONDON. TO>THE PUBLIC. - WHEREAS Henry Shergold, alias Humphry Shergold, alias Hugh Shergold," late of Lorn bafd-ftreet, Londonj ftands indifted for a fraud, in the County of Middlefex in obtaining a fum of money, by un lawfully fe!ling"/a certain paper writing,, partly printed and partly written, 'purporting to be an acknowledgrnent.pf holdr rng in troft'.a part-and~lhare�'of a certain Ticket, No. 78S6 in thelrift Lottery, not being ppfl'elied of the faid Ticket and whecea.j by tarious advertifements from the office of Shergoldand Co. it is confefled tha.t no fuch perfon as H Shergold, figiied to the faid paper writing, does or ever did belong to fuch-office, and thereby offer a reward of One Hun dred Guineas, to any one that'will pcrfonate the faid H Shergold ;. and .whereas no licence has been granted to any perfon of the name of Shergold, to fell Ticketi, and'Shares all Shares, Chances, or Agreements, figned with that name as they cannot-be ,-ftampt with the words � State Lotteiy. Stamp Office,"-ate impoiitions oh the Public, and the feller punilhable byline and imprifonment: Notice is hereby given that whoever may be in paffeflion of any. fuch unilamp papers, have u?ibhed againft purchaling any fucfi, or any other ill'.vg'al Chaoses, Shares, or.agreements ihthc Littery and' all Juftieea-.l-pf, th.e. Peace, Mayors, "Bailiffs, Confta bles,- Headboroijghs, :and: other Civil Officers are, by the Aft-of 27,of lHSvp.refem;M.ajeft.y, c. 1, ftVifltly required to prevent the committing, of any fuch offences ;' -and'fiie Pub lie are defired^o lendtheir 'afliftance' to' difcover fu.h offenders, by finding to this office the harries, and places of. abodeof'anytfuch perfon or perfons as may be found tiahf-greffiug as aforesaid.- ; , _ --; - - T.woon, \, ; . Infpeftor. of Lottery Offices By Ibeikingls Royal Letters Patent. At L AN GMEADV , PATEN-P- GRATE, and KtTCHEN FURNITU.1E WAREHOUSE-, RUSSELL-STREET, COVENT GARDEN, And at his MANUFACTORY, G O SW'EL L-S TRE h T - R O A D. J. L AN GME AD, 'OST Refpeftfully informs the Nobility and Public in general, that he has juft finiih a very elegant Affjrtment of GRATES oh- his PATEJJT PRINCIPLE,.and Kitchen Furniture of every Kind REGISTER STOVES, and STOVES fo/ warming CHURCHES, HALLS, &c. on the moft Improved Prin ciplc. � .. Thofe who want any kind of Grates, Kitchen'FUrnitur Japanned Goods, Tea-Urns, Cutlery, &c. by applying his WAREHOUSE, will have thejr choice of-an. elegant. Aflbrtmcnt of tfte>above Goods, Jani be fefved full 20 per Cent, cheaper than at any retale Ironmohgerls in London being the real Manufacturer liimfelf," Langmead's New-invented White, Metal Rcgifter Stores, that require no cleaning,. are far fuperior to_;Silver in el'e. gance,- and not liable to^tarnifli, or .change colour, are elegantly engraved, of v'aiious defigns, 1. si - d�; 1. s. price from v .. 1 ��' '� - � - - .:J; Caft Iron ditto, very handfo'me patterns, fr�1n .'.'�*'. ., ,; ..... . z" Kitchen Furniture, of the very beft Block Tin, with ftrong'Iron Bou-tomsi in complete "Sets,. / j7 '.-7 o and upwards Smiths, apd Iron-founders Work of every kind equally Reafnnable. '' . -; ;:' N. B, Smokey Chir-- - --d� No Cure, no jS t) tO 12 13 5 b to 8 8 14 6 to 4 14 6 .4118 4 4' 4C�4 .'4. if 5 H 3 4 . 2 d. o o Q c o o o o OECONOMY in DRESSV : v DONNELLY, No. 30, ,Taviflockr--fireet, Covent-Gardenj- having experienced the .moft flattcr-ng-marks of fatisfaftion from the Nobility,' Gentry, Sec. who have honoured him with their commands,- begs thefn to accept his moft grateful thank? ; and aflures them, that their future orders fliatl be ftriftly adheicd to," well and cxp.e-ditioufly executed, =with materials of the beft qOality-a-.-d workmanftiipj warranted-'equal to thofe that have the moft extravagant prices.- .. A L^ies Habit full, complete, of. the beft fupcr--: li s fine cloth) with gilt or.vfancy buttons - �..-*'.. A Great coat Drefs orthe beft fuperfine'cloth, with gilt or fancy buttons, made elegant and full A ditto for a Ladv of extra fize � - - - -r A Gentleman's Frack Coat, of the bpft fuperSne cloth, with a lillc buttons of the colour A Ditto, with gilt or plated Buttons A Waiitcoat and Breeches of the 'beft filk or. fattin florentine - - - ^ - A Waiftcoat of the beft muftin dimity '� A Pair-of the beft Nankeen Breeches L IV ER I E S. A fuit of Livery, all cloth . .- . Ditto, with-plufli Breeches - * A Thickfet Frock and Waiftcoat A Jacket and Waiftcoat of fuperfine duffield> from il. IOS. t0'2l. 2S. Regimentals, Uniforms* &c. made .proportionably rca* fonable. The prefent ENLARGED EDITION -of the following Y/ORK. is publilhed, partly with a view to'diminifli a fpe'ciesVbf trouble which die Author can 'no' longer fuf- � tain ;-tha^of fitting four' gr-fivsihours every day to an- . fwer letter's and melfages ojjvtiie probability of .relief In numerous cafes, from the VEGETABLE SVRUt1 of DEVELNOS. ' ' In this Treatife, die'principles on which the Medicine afts, ,-are clearly flared, and the cal'es, while they are arranged 'nto diftinft claffes, are' obvioufly traced.into .a. general fource. Perfons fjrnilhed with this vvbrk,^jieed- not apply to the Author in common complaints.: The New Cafes are the .-moll extraordinary that have yet appeared in the Engliih language, apd the, atteftadons and recommendations, in rel'peft'to Yanki'ahd what is much more important, in refpeft to charafter;/penetration, knowledge, arid learning, are more refpeftablc than can be produced .in :any.other Medical pamphlet.: This Day is publiihed, price, 2s. ':.'''' AN ACCOUNT of the ^URESbyVELNOS' f\. VEGETABLE SYRUP, in Diforders clalfed by the Faculty, under the various .denominations of Leprofy, -Rheumafifm, Gout, Scrophula, obftrufted. Meafltjs,. Con-I'umption, Afthma, . Cancer, Palfy, but > deriving theif origin or malignity from the.retention-or introduction of morbid matter into the habit; from, glandular obftruc-dbns ; or from th-.'t general impurity of the- Lymph, commonly called Scurvy. . .-'.-'. i .' ' By ISA A C S W A I N.S ON Sole Proprietor of the Medicine, and onty SucccfTbr to M. DE VELNOS, at"^o. 21; FrlS-ftireet, ,Soho, London.' ^ f -V;1 N". B.- The:printed Direftfohs,are given with-the Syrup ; or tliis Pamphlet 'will be -a:. ways: charged. ' BY HIS MAJESTY's it pi V At AUTHORITY. ; "All kinds 0rFITS^effeauairy Cured: ; THE greateft and moft remarkable Cure that ever appeared in public print is here inferted;fpr the fadsfafti.m-ofthc Public, wh;.-.h is a convincing proof.of the fuperior e fficacy of Dr.I-JOV/ELL's^bWDERS in the abive diforder, and- which fpeaks more powerfully in its behalf .than any thing elfe that can be ir rtcd.  I REBECCA GREEN, of Savoy parilh, do voluntarily make oath and declare, that I have been afflifted with the _ moft dreavlful Epileptic orFalling Fits for upwards of twenty years, during which time I h^\'e been an in-patient in-two Kofpitalsj. and an out patient of a third, without obtaining the lead"re-lrcf. The Gentlemen of the Faculty prortounciflg .my diforder incurable, till fortunately recommended to Dr. HOWELL,' wh�, beyond the expeftation of all who knew rhe, rellbred. me to^-perfeft health. � �'Gvadtude, for fo fignal a-deliverance, induces the to atteft the faft in thi*'pubiic manner. . Sworn at GuiidhalJ, this .22rd day of Tu'yj 1786, before me, . -T. WRIGHT, .Mayor. Witnefs to the above Cure. . The Rey. Mr. Jchn Hunt, jniniirer of the Savoy; . Mv. Ji-i-.-'rhotTipCwVNo. 1 tCjSLwndj 7 ;Ji-.:- , � Mr; John Buffeis\- No.' .0^ Strartd,; j .,����h.wwJefl,,-Mr. R. Bufch, .Savoy Stcp^,. Sr'rand, >r a' > Mr. Iho^Berger, No. 108, Strand, \ Wverlcers* Befides a great number effeftualiy ciir�j�. affidavits and . aueftations miy be feeft at the. Doftor's.Tioufe, With refer rerice to feveral refpeftablc perfons-who h?v'e beenVecently cured. , ' .... The difcovery of this valuable medicine tlTe-Dbftdf ;ion-fiders as a peculiar 'gift.of Prpvidfinoefto himfelfj no other perifoh living'poffeflihg the fecret. ."'-i Prepared and fold only by Dr. HOWELL, at his houfe^ No. 78, High Holboiny,ncar Red-lion-ftreeti:and no where' elfe in London, in Powders at. 10s. 6d, a packet, duty included, with, proper directions. ,,.  All letters poft paid duly anfwereel*..' UPHOLSTRY and CABINET WAREHOUSE. rESSRS. HUMBLE and:HENpERSON, ___L-at.dwir general Furniture Warehoufeand Manufactory, No. 414, cVncJf of Bedford-ftreet, Strand, refpeft/ully inform the .N^biljty, Gerirry, 'and others, 'that they keep", readgfor ip/peftion, every; deferiptfon of.ufeful Mahogany, and fnoft^ beautiful Inlaid Cabinfct Work ^variety o'f 411 .Kf'v fdrts of Bedfte-ads,* leady mounted with the moftfaftjbriibie MUx'' Furnitur: 3 Bfcddirig, feaforied-with ttie,.gr���'�*-after a peculiar rrjetnod'; Wilton; Kidderrni Carpets, of the neateft- patterns jGlaffes, ,-------�, finilhed. with taftc'and elegance. ' ;!'. �- The quantity.dbtie nt this Warehoufe inabierihe Propric-3^^^ tors (to ferve mucfi lower than at the accoftorned rates j Md<3T^ with fq much dilpatch, that a fuit- of apartments, may be ^l1 M furniflied in a few hours, or a moderate-fued houfe in three days, with'every ufeful a'rdcle of the beft quality. The full value given for Old Furniture, or/the fame taken in Exchange. ' -; " - .. ".M ^� Orders from "the Coiintry daily attend^ vo,ini p�cked. V) 0

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