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CIRCUS, St. KGkVv STATEi _ - j � Stamp Office, Somerfet Place^Se^t. a6, 1789* :IJS Majefty 's:; jEom miiC oncra * fiff managing the Stamp Dutiesj do hereby give notice, that th( following are the only Perfons who are duly liceufed by" them Whcfl theJr Li-; fences expire* IRISH arid F E A T S >1   + Ja^e$ Branfcomb and' I&ac tioodm^ Jamt* Braofcomb and Ifaac Gdodroani ^0*4, Cornhill ^ 1 7th Aug. 1790 aafi Apg, 1750 t - sodi Aug. 2790 fco. i*, C O ^ K:H ti L,  r OppofitethcfeoMl^xc.bangej Loftd&v    �    T�E Md^p ^ foW, a^a amded; into Appointed a^e ttcepicd by Oovctafteflt/orth^l^erfil pur>; I^lc^YdrinftAd-'^ftidaft ,�Sckae( ft* the pitfciit IlU^fit Lp^TERV, which dwwwag ontttc^i?f:ft*, tamers^ maWcn^de, which ail 1   4 JClumdalca, M�..WEBB;' '-ANo-Monfey tQBelietuniedj ... View for tise Boxes^bs takfti if N!r.;Braa&n, /at the '      ;   XT' �       TKeatre :   "   1        ~   - "   /'" Nortonj Harrison, Pkctdilly ^ncfr^atixchange', Cora- Lieutenant Cabled Mi. CLEJWSO^^ ; - ; '     IRjch^f Hoige^ aad^Wlllia � fatnier Goodman, Mr. Mallet j'Erifign, Mr. Kenrick;  1   ^V*i49�'Ojto�Wct    ^ -     ^ V Wfidihipma^ Mr.'&tkins j Glomp, Mr, Meadows;   -,  WSBiam-^gBs.^;i i    Mat^ew, MrlPo'llett ; Neptune, Mr. Bto^t T^oma^Hornfby^CorrihiU ' . }-"]- Martha?Mrii'tole^ Doors ta beopeneda^Ha^a^;^ EeiJrt ^ Half part Six- L   V,   |.     v        ,   rV^dlM^M?22I., V- : ;V;V     - 4^^%V??d^�SW the Skehery defigned bv:Mr. Capohi andweuted by Vvn�}f^^am Nic&Ubii, Bank-ftreet,' Corn-7, MrPi2ghvMr.^�>m1ey,;and- - - � N; Bl T^e Oid^jr gf the Frocefiion will be delivered rft the j Thomac N?rtliall, New Bond -'Greet, } ,' floors of the Thvatre.: . V, , \\ . \. � ' v - ;| .RichardLn, ; Wl�Vam; Goodruck;-Mr. PALMER will deliver KisWnimiicali Satirical, Serious tbemt ~ art j drawn? 24th July* 1790 .*5thvScpti*790 ; 4th Feb. 1790 aoth Aug.. 179� 1   F*" WI*AeM�fical Farce ofThc FARMER NEW FIN SBURY . a/th Jniy,_a 790 .,a4thju1y,i79p �4th July, 1790 *  - r 24th Sept* 190, 13th June, 179 ,.:.,>; St. J^hh-ftreer, cerkenwell.:. A GENERAL QUARTERLY -MEETING- ^^^^ In StV10HN's,StREETi QLE>Ifc^ Wfij^,: in .TUESDAY the itfth\inftant, .at,SEVEN dfc lis rfi^EwnirirpScSfcl^- bn-ipecial BtffiiwfsVf;-v ,:: -r, i vm       T. SMITH; Secretary. ^otHSept. 1790: *6ch Aug., 1790 F 15th Not.1789 / ^ed-LionrStrcet, . ClericeniveiJ.-. " l7th:Aqg. 1790 24th July* 179^ 7th EebV 1790 HOUSE WANTED. CAPITALLifOUSlE; fiteation Cbadna-croCs and Pall-mall* or the eaft end of Fic dilly>'on-lbh'g leafe,   ^S^"^., \.,,;r^vBr�i;Wfiiife:-v\,,,:..: v...,- - J ^;Wm. We^, Fleet- afifi^&e^ntertainrM^^ - ;^ : iional Addref$> written by Mr. Betlirhy;' '      ' Thorop^n and Son, Cry of Edirj- ' r -Aftef Krtiicfc'Willtei prcftnted^rbj- the. fifth Time)       K  jbuigf�;'  �   ; - , J. .       . .i'I'refident, Mr. PALMER;.      ^., *4fe^te Ji^' - o   - -l -tfi"- uca^mrc I Laurence Weft Wennaxn, and trederic ^A.Y^.P^^. .^^fT^V'^H John Yvkit* CJtJr of 4th, S-jpt. 1790 5th Sept.-1790 5fthQA.i79 vhifeh may depend on the contingency of Drawing the faid Ticket, and alfo the Pv.blis'kx^g PiiorosALs:;for ahy^ucji pur-" need only leave^th6 Ticket?, t GbVetntaeiit:VAreeS-^'i?a^A-H08NSBY and Co. pofitWely engage wfthtlie p"ublrc ntt Tickets, ihared by theto, Ihall remain in the na^df Government (wl th whom they are nbar" depoftttd)j for'the moreamtifefecuh^ psymsnt'o^ fuch Share dr Sbtret is rail/ discharged by HORNSBVarid Co- 1 i A It -has. 4>een an invariable rale with the Houfe of HORNSBV and Co. to offer, the very beftfeturi^ to their ... Friendi and the public; brt whefe"patrona^ reryv . They likewife humbly faflVMEe^-FeAJfic^ ikzfrli be their conftancfcudy.to give every |eftlm6n^ of regard ^5, the innumerable favbara received^ur/ng a period of TfrcntV-three I�otteries, and they tarneaHy^iolkJt theit orders on the .' prefentoceafion�  . ~\ K-  - v''"- �� /\    ' -' >rt The large number of capital Writes fold; ihared, and re- giftercd, b> HORNSByilahd Co.aife t&o nurtwous tomVh-tibh In this puVlication-; they:^ therefore' inform the prtbWti:' for?" the more (early intelligence - of, the -holders of. capital ' Prizes, bought at their Office^ they wall follow their ql� In- ; variable rule, by advtfrtifing every capita] Ma6pa^!p|ay it is djawn, and the who^e at the conclufion of .the- drawing-!   . '     ' ^   arid Chomfle^ vC^Jripdfedf'jy Mr.-REEVE; Th&Oyeiture jmd-th&reft of thfe Mulic. by MONSIGNY, - ;   v'..      PHI LID ORE, &c. by Mh PALMER. : [:�. .      J/'       I^uif3KMady ^S^M^^^^ ' ^w^tci;"wlJfi)i^ (for- the^/thTinie) an entire new and TpiciirdJd Entcrtainmfinr, fouuded^h the'fubjeel of'the French Revolution, called .",. The T R I U     P H of LI BE R T Y, '    ;   Or, the -DESTRUCTION of the : �'      B ;' A.  S   T   I   L   E: "      �  * With confiderahfe Alterations and Additions. The SpeehK-oeUvered Jiily-2'9, to die French Troops, by Nlonf. Moreaude St, Merry, on the Deftrudtion of the Baftile, by Mr. palmer; Letters' (poll paid) duly anfwered, and Stheinet gratis* N. B� Agreeable to-A-A of Pad lament,, ne bufineft in the Lottery tranfac^ed-before Eight o'Click in the Moming, isor after Eight o'Clocfe in the fiveningv - ^ - ^ Bank, India, and South Sea Stocks, with their farera! An* nuities, India Bonds', Navy.and Commiffion Bills, and all kind* of Ggvernment Securities^ bought and ibJd^by Com* mifllon. - - 1 By Order of theComni^fiij^V\. j OlitJ B R^TE Lt4 SectcCrty OFFiCi of -INSPECTOR rif ^LOTTERY1 OFFICES, at the STAMP OFFICE, in LONDON. :� TO TKE PUBLIC. ' WHEREAS Henry Shergold,, alias/Hum-, phry Shergold, alias .Hugh Shergold, late of Lom-^bard-'ftreet, Lin'dbn,' ftands indicled for a fraud, in the County of Middlefex in .ob&ining a f m of. money, by un- Baftile^byMr.Palmer; - : 'lawfully^ felUng a wrtain-paper writing, partly prm -viE^fe�Cng oiw�f the grandeft and rnbft ihteteftvng ;Sp_ec>. partly-  with MATERIAL iMPROY^MENTSJ adveritttrt" fia^ing nearly DOUBLE .the* y^ue;^^ . at any Office in th^kin^orn, 01! any thing like'c^ual fecurity aiid- sjfdpoa- A TWO GUINEA Sharenvav^ain 1.8125 A ONE GUINEA   � � * !   4^:10 6 - K/B. .iewx.si poftpald,. punftu*|ly:at|^o^di..'3p.-. ^;he urmoil v.il'i^ gWen fo;-th  9> Coclifpux-ftreet, Cha/mg-Cvoft, four ioctn from theHay-Market; aKo.atMcflrs. W^DE's, late the d&ce'of tne World, adjoining. Exeter 'Chaiige, in the Sirand. . " - :. . .;;   ' ThcD�w5ng cammeitesthe 1 ^th of November. ,  The ra>furd nonierife, daily"; pubJiflied, in defiance of ruthj decency/and the laws of the land, ;under the fig-n.itiire of a well-feno\vn charafter,, aiiumtng the title of In-i psdor^oV-Loteeiy Offices, is now lo generaliy underftood and ' defjnfeJV that'-Hrtle. (need be did upon it* {The generous I'uhlXriwajr^d by repeated experience of iidehty.rhave loAg  d Procefliuns:on.thac-and other Occafions j. together with the Proceedings that gave Fre'edum to the Empire of France. In the courfe of. the Repiefentation, the following     �.. vbifplay of SCENERY,; painted on puroofe for the Piece) .. -       .C   by:Mr. CAPON; A Grand Perfpeaive View of the PONT NEUT, !n PAR^, 'With the Equeftrian Statue of Henry IVT. A View of-th&Ouriiae of 'the BASTJrLt and Drawbridge". : A.PifturefqueView of-the'lnfidcof the BASTILE, ; WkJi the various INSTRUMENTS of TpRl'URE,rv The difrerent Gratings, Dungeons, ahd: Cells,, from which tKe fevcral jnlfefable Objecls made their emancipation. A View of ihe Entrance to the Place de'Dauphin, near the Pont Neuf.        -Tlie whoie to conclude with BRITANNIA X^ated in henTRIUMPHALCAR, ** Sipportin^twoGrand,Trar.fi�arentPortraits of ' ' The KJMG^nd QUEEN of OREAT BRI'L'AIN.   v The Mafic compiled from the molt eminent French Matters, and;Songsand Recitativescompofed by'Mr.CHAPMAN. Henry Du ?pis, Mr.MlELL, * Marquis de Launay>C'overnoraf the Baftile, Mr. Clemfon, . Major, Puget,.rMr^Birt 5 Marquii' de la Fayette, Mr. Holland^ Count-Vidoni, Mr. Fol!fct;:jun. GrandEaiilie, -   Mr. Mallet y Matilda's Father, Mr." BUion j Herald, Mr. Dyke.     }, . > � ^T;. Britannia, with' a Song in Character, M'ifa-CBMMITf t , /And Matilda,. Mrs. L E F F LER. .Guards, MUtiaVcitiiens,.Yx\h*ttsiEaecutioni-rs,-&e.-Thf "Boors to ,bc;qpene4 at a.Qaiirter paUr Five, and to f      ! begin at a;CJuirtsr, pait Six prectfely.. B^^^tt 4s.-Gallery i!^ On account of ^e' 'exceeding and uncoinmon .preflure of company at the CJirchs every evening, the'Public are rhoft rc-fpectfully. informed; that temporary Forms are piovided in. the Ride immediately after the Horfema'iihip. , Places for the Boxes to be taken of Mr. KElHk at the Stage 1   :.',   ::   --Poor.      ereas by"-' various'^adveV  any. perfon of the mime of Shergolti; ;to fe|l Tfickeics, arid Shares \., all Shares, Chancer, or Agreements, figned"with tha^rnaine,; as. they cannot be itampt witfi the words �e State Lottery, Stamp Office," are impf expence. It heat* a-t tlqfer,' and* wijjl-^ fupply a fui t of VapoUr Bath^ if required j and. the fame fire which" performs the above, jaeafs one of the Newwuvented^OVena for Baking all/feijntfi of ;paftry*. biead^ meat, &c. and:_ to'convince the' public of their certain utility, W.SLARK ejrgigc's to^x them, arid give . any reafonabL time "for7 trial � berore payment li re^jairedj^tp any- reputable perfon who mfly.chufc ?Q^im$;a .purehafer. v�--He alfo Bigs leave 1� r!nf^^ r^ady.made,a.lar^^ri� ,: fiaes,.on the moil-aj&foM^pnris/presilitewjlje'-eftjaat- UP^QL^TRY ajs 0. CABINET WAREHOUSE. - ~$SSi*S. HUMBLE, and HENDERSON. A Ticket, at 61. 15s; may gain Half, at3^ us*' Quarter, at xl, 15s. 6d.' Eighth, at i8si Sixteenth, at 9s. ~6d.   -  ' Begins drawing November. 12, 1789* w �    � L. as,090 10,000  /.5000 .1*50 L a W- A. ' St-SSfS.^^^^�aePSCS ^i^^i^^^^^j] .PM� -P��Bft Share.:. .and ^ft;^catt^|ul;.4nUid "Cttbinct Work 3. variety of all- fori not mu fcahdalbtis and" tiniawful Advertifeine^ta^-ifcandalpus, in the rpean trick of *app)^ing a reproach to this^houfe as unlicenfed,. when' the'P^^ierori;^ payTpr a Licence. -AhlaWTuiV     daringly afferting; what h'neither law rioc itruth, ?** Hhat the: engagements :of^this?houfe are il4 � legal, and of. -nb. value, becaufei it .is.;nntiJicenfedilV Updji theft, a Licenw^can have'n^ farts pf Bedfteads,. >eaMy mounted with the moft faihionable Half, atSia'3s. Quarter, at * ith'y at at. %um ,000 i'a�5^q' cr, of-hir neW-fupcrior ftrehgth ___ atfii^eriswhlch is^oVlSbfe'to: nirig r pf4 which-^lic : A(la^^ pneesfixed, vix.- �. �    / /..^.:;V'''S^ffZ^,: ATeaXettte - o* A Coffee Pot-       6   a   6^i^tv ^ ' A Chocolate Pot & �*-Mill- . o A Butter Sauoepan '0 A. Saucspao acyS : .Cover '      .Ditto. : a'-Dittev;':: -.",-r AfHcto-     -i   ' AjfriJv'Fpl.ij��.-/.\^       A Pepper'and tioiit, Cover-- � �' ' o ' 6  o '  bSx":-         *W tv;0 J Of o fi A Carp W; Fi&:�et. A Drtitpifle-'P^h and ^ ^ i A'SkMrixne^atia ^    T 6    Ladle :,:   ,        3'' S *    SeoUoo'Shelirr;;.^;* t a 3 to' � 6 a AiSttd- ^^aot;i*�ngfr-'i� ^lUyV".'Ii:;-i*btthi,:ftillrA'e/toba'ceo ^h?iiher the feller wasjiW*^ �;. days,;w.itIieyeryVuftf^ article of 1 r- !> ^tended l�,aad|;bafidt&..telativ^tS;;t6Bri^a*J:theFiblicFHndgexejiv^ l:v'*     *'A"Caadl**^ 1 it - .1 (i o J - S     -  �s   

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