Argus London Middlesex, October 17, 1789

Argus London Middlesex

October 17, 1789

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Argus (Newspaper) - October 17, 1789, London, Middlesex NUMBER Ipl SATTJRDAT, Octpber 17, i7rf0. Pi)ia> t's T E M , P E S T_: Gr, The Enchanted Ifland. �SWIih AdditionsfromDRYDEN; � TheMufic by PURCEL -and Dr. ARNEywitb New Airs aud Chorufles by the late rftfr. LINLEYj Jun. :PrDfpero� Mr. B�NSLEY>; Ferdinand, ' Mr. KELLY j Stcphano, Mr. MOODY j Trlncalo, Mr. BADDELEY; Catrban, Mr. WILLI AMES ; Gonzalez, Mr. AICKIN j .Alonzo, Mr. PAC^ERfAntonio, Mr. PHILLIMORE ; " Ariel, Mifs ROMANZ1SI; ; And Hyppolito, Mrs v GOOD ALL. -Miranda; Mrs. CROUCH j v' - And Dorinda, Mifs FARREN. ' -\- . Che Vocal Parts by. j-' Mr. Kelly, Mr. Dig:on, Mr. Ssdgwick, Mr. Danby, Mr- Fawcett, Mr. Wilfon, Mr. Maddocks, Mr. Alfred, �Sir. Lyons, Mifs Roraa^Tni, Mrs. Edwards, Mifs Hagley, Mrs. Fox, M$f Barries, Mifs Stageldoir, Mrs. Shaw,   '.; Mrs.- Butler, - \ . r:~ And Mrs. CROUCH. . - , - In A& 111. "a CHORUS of EURIES. - in A& V. will be introduced the Mafque of � KB P TV N E arid A MPHITRITE, . Neptune, Mr, SEDGWICK} And Amphitrite, Mrs. EDWARDS. With New Scenes, Drefles, and Decorations. . And a New Epilogue to oe fpoken by .Mifs FARREN. . To which will be added, W H O TH E D UP El Mr.Doiley, M� PARSONS; Granger, MrvBARRYMORE} V x Sandford, Mr..-R. PALMER ; And Gardus, fit. BANNISTER, Tun. ' Charlotte* Mifs COLLINS j And Mif&iDoiley, Mrs. KEMBLE; ' Books ofthe Songs to be had at the Theatre. '. . . Noftfoneyto be^refiirned. Places for the Boxes, to be taken of Mr. Fofbrook, at the ": / '. v" : '? ''"Theatre. ' JJsaxs to be openc'tf af'Half pad Five,' the Performance to begin at'Half paft Six. On Monday the revived Play of King H^enry the: Eifth; Or, the Crnqueft of :Franc�. TiWth, ^fortbi laft time this Seafon) Harlequin's Invafibn. C�> V k NT - G A R DEN. X Covbnt-Gardbn Thsatre-Royal, THIS EVENING, STATE LOTTERY. Stamp Office, Somerfet Place, Sept. 26, 1789. HISMajeftyV Commiffioners for managing the Stamp Duties, do hereby give notice, that the following are the only Perfons who are duly liceafed by them for felling Tickets in the prefent Stafe Lotteries. * When, their Li- Will be prefented the Comic Opera of The CAS TLK of AND A L V;S I A. Ferdinand) Mr. JOHNSTONE; �> '.-*v-�. -Spado j Mr. QUICGK;  Pedrilb, Mr. EDWIN; Fhilippo, Mr. BLANCHARD 5 DonSc'ipio, Mr,POWELL; D.-,n Csefar, Mr. BANNISTER ; Bon Juan, Mr. CUBITT;. Rapino, Mr. ROCK ; :;::^^*>v;S�iq^>-MT. THOMPSON.. Lop.-�, Mr1. EVATT ; " " ance, an tbjs Stage) : ViftorIa,:M s. MOUNTAIN; ~ Catalina, Mifs STUART 5 Ifabeil, Mrs. PLATT; And Lorenza, Mrs. MARTYR. -The Overture, Airs, &c. by Dr. ARNOLD. , The feleftcd, by Hantclj' Vento, Giordani, Giardini, Bertoni, Dr. Arne, and Carelan, the Iriih Bard. ..--/ After, which will be performed - A"New' Grand Sirious Pantomime, in.three pafts^ called, The Death of C APT A I N C Q O K. (As npw.repreferitingr in Paris with uncommon Applaufe.) Wita;-the Original French Mufic, New Drefles, Scenery, Machinery, and Decorations. No Money to-be returned. ' Places fbr the Boxes to be taken of Mr. Brandon, at the . -  Theatrv Deors t�be opened at Half raft Five, the Performance to begin at Ha!f pall Six. The BELLE's STRATAGEM is obliged to be defetred,on account ofthe intlifpofition of a Principal Performer. 'CtnMondav, the Tragedy ef MACBETH; With the Mufical Farce of The FARMER. " Mr. BEETHAM's, .No. af, Fleet-ftreet, T^TEvV - INVENTED PATENT WASH- ' IN MACHINES, which, with the afllftance of one .perfon, will wafli as much linen as eight or ten of the ableft vvai^er-worheni with one-third of the fire and foap. .; The .comrnon objeclibns totnachines, that they deltroy tire I'nen, is in the above totally removed; for it works by preffure only, zad in fo admirable'a manner as not to wear the fineft linen ; and if affords anrOpportunity of wafhing with water boiling hot; it faves the trouble ofboiling linen;, and gives itabet-tejr colour.. Theje machines not 'only abridge manual Ja-bowfr, but are fo.-oeconomical as to fave fifteen (hillings in a j guinea by their-ufe. A proof of this>^and their_ manner of ! "working, rnay.1>cfeen every Tuefday, fromit to 3. ,' ; ,;#O^E-GRATE WARE-ROOMS, * i:"'r:J;>'^64.i,).:. �.: -r: � . X.>STREE,rV OXFORD STREET. Hate Au&ian Ro^ns. '"  'ILLIAM BICk/LEY, Stove * iG^atr MANUFACTURER and IRON-FOUNDER-, 'Back of the S�A FIELDS CHAPEL, COLD-BATH FIELDS, . jA>ft refpeftfully informs the Nobility �nd Gentry, that beTlias, foi their more convenient accommodation, opened .' th? abbVe^fpaciOus Ware-Rboms, where he has laid in aii 'degant and extennve Aflbrtmenr,-of Steel ornamented and japanned REGISTER STOVES, STOVE-GRATES, \aod WARMING-STOVES for HALLS,&e. ^ KITCHEN-RANGES and SMOKE JACKS on the 'oeff e'onftruftipn. ' . . " . His'rnuch-approvcd perpetual OVENS, complete, at the ^iiile�iftheRANGEj orfixeiinahy convenient part of the \)Chimney. � .-' ' '' . �iry..'[Kitchen Furniture, of Copper, Iron, or the beft double " -Bibck-Tjiny.thfijW^ His Manu � .'ik^or^^^'tbe above articles are kept His' Friends may be immediately ferved' on the fame reasonable terms, Avhich; have hitherto given, ge'ne'ial. fatis-,/avHon. He flitters Jh/mfelf that the Nobility and, Gentry willfind-their advant3ge-inc^!iVyihg-him,'.as hiaffures them that he is, and has b:en a r�d iviattlifaaureri of -dfc above article for fixteea years paft4 ' ..' t ' \V' J ': ?; . Gentlemen or Sarveyors!niaking their own. da/igns,have an opportunity of having themexecnted in amaft|rly man-Aer. . .;;'..>� :-. ' U "- N. B. A-variety of Tea and Coffee - Urns, warranted the beft town-made, and as low prices as any that have ap. �rti in the paoeci. �"'  " James Branfcomb.and Ifaac Goodman,. � Holboin - - James Branfcomb and IfaacV Goodman, No. 4, Cornhill - ~ John Bruckihaw, Royal Exchange, Cornhill . . - - ' Henry Wjaolfey Byfield and * Samuel Hawkfwor[h, Charing-crols  George Carrol, High-ftreet, Shadwell John Caffin, City of Briftoi Robert Cjernent, City of Bath Williani rpalley and John Beardmore, juij. Piccadilly ' . George Harrifon, Piccadiliy - f -Robert Hazard, Thomas Burne, andlEd- ward Warner, Royal Exchange, Cdrn- ' hill. � -;, -; Richard Hodges and, William Norton, : No. 149, Oxford-ilreet William'Tficdges No. 124, Pall Mall Thomas HbrrUby, Cornhill John Johnfon, Pope's-head-alley,.Cornhill. - :. � � . � ... Henry Lajande, Charing-crofs George Leffie and Wm. Scott, Jpity of Edinburgh 1 a - - '" John Maddifon, Charing-crofs William Nicholfon," Barik-ftreet, Cornhill ,_-Thoma* Northall, NewBond-ftreet Peter Richardfonj, Wiiiiam ' GoodMuck, George ArnulI, and Wiiiiam Lea, No. 104, Cornhill, and No. 8, Charing-crofs John Shower, New Bond-ftreet Amelia Thomas and Wm. Weft, Fleet-ftreet James"Thompfon and Son, City of Edin-biiigh - - Henry Wc.bfter, No. 29, Fleet-ftreet John Wenhim, Poultry Laurence Weft Wenharn, and Frederic Scott, St. JamcsVftreet John White and Daniel Forreft, City of t. dinburgh 1 ' Jdi'eph: Winpenny, City of Briftol Sicphen Wright, Charing-crofs . John Wright, jun. No. 168, Piccadilly cences expire. 7th Aug. 1790 �1 ft Aug. 1790 loth Aug. 1790 id 0�t. 1790 nth Nov. 1789 4th Sept. 1790 6th Aug. 1790 &6thSepti 1790 17th Oft, 1789 24th July, 1700 i5th Sept. 1750. � 4th Feb. 1790 20th Aug. 1790 28 th Sept. 27th July, 1790 1790 24th July, 1790 24th July, 1790 24th Sept. 1790 13th June, 1790 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 Lom-bard-ftreer, London, flands indicted for a'fraud, "in the County of Middlcfex in obtaining a fum of moneyV hy'unlawfully felling a cerxain.paper writing, partly printed and: partly written, purporting to be an acknowledgment of holding in truft a part and lhare of a certain Ticket, No. 7886, in thelrifh Lotteiy, not being pofiefled of the faid Ticket, and whereas by various-advertifements from the office ot Shergold and Co. it is'confefled that no fuch perfon as H� Shergold, figned to the faid paper writing, does or ever did belong to fuch office, and thereby offer a reward of One Hun-5dred Guineas, to any one that will perfonate the faid "H. Shergold ; and wher.eas no licence has been granted to any perfon of the name of'Shergold,. to fell Tickets, and Shares ; all Shares, Chances, , Infpeftor of Lattery Offices. " ..At, WADE Vs.-. MEDICINAL WA R E HO US E, ' '."''. � ' No, . ;. , FLEET S T REE '/%"  ; 1 ^: Next door to Anderton's Goffee-houfc, ars sold, THE FOLLOWING GENUINE MEDICINE'S. ' roth Sept. 1796-j 26 ih Aug. 1790' 15th Nov. 1789 1.5th oa. i*7th Aug. 24th July, 1790 1790 �7S� 7th Feb. 1790 14th Sept. 5* Sept, 5th June, 1790 12th Oft. 1790 1700 1796 FOUR DOORS BELOW NORTHUMBERLAND-HOUSE, CHARING-CROSS. ILLTAM VERNON, from Doyley's, WOOLLEN DRAPER and MAN's MERCER, moft refpeafully begs leave to inform the NOBILITY and GENTRY, that he has laid in a large and fafhionable af-fortmcnt of Fancy Goods for the prefent Stiafon, vvhere they may depend upon being accommodated.on reafonabletenns. Ladies' Habits, Habit.Coats, Gentlemen's Clothes, made in the completeft and moft elegant tafte, � He keeps the following Articles ready made : Ladies and Gentlemen's Morning and Drefling Gowns, Great Coats, Gentlemen's Driving Coats, Coachmen's Box Coats, Stable Waiftcoats, Servants' Duftelled Jackets' and Waiftcqats, rn. the loweft terms. * :. 5 12 Alad the CominiflloneTS think it neceffa:y thus publickly. in cAution all perfons-againft buying or felling any Shares pi 'j-.c^etsj, rjiher' rW:-n fuch as are legally -ftamped; the .A^J-Javitig prohibited, under large penalties, the dealing... rchances.uiider any Pretence of Device whatfocver; which may depend on the contingency of Drawing the faid Ticket; .J and alfo thePuBtisHiNG Proposals for any fuch pu*. poiie. ' .   By Order of the Commiffioners^ JOHN BRETTELL, Secretary RO YA L U N ION B A N K, EftablWhed �Anno 1782, . By MeflK, SHERGOLD. and Co. / No. 50, LOMBARD-STREET,  WITHOWr RISQUE OF BLANKS. LEGAL Shares, including every Prize, in thelRr-H LOTTERY, are inning, at TWO GUINEAS, ONE GUINEA, HALF-A-GUINEA, and SIX SHILLINGS each. The plain advantages, foli.d foundation of fure payment and- inexhauttible combination of fund and -property annexed to the ROYAI- UNION BANK, are univerfally known by'cxpcricnce of m^ny years. The prefent plan is fi-milar to that fo remarkably fuc.cefsful and approved laft year, with MATERIAL IMPROVEMENTS; adventurers having nearly DOUBLE the value afforded at any-Office, in the kingdom, of any thing like equal fecurity and �refpon-fibilitv. A TWO GUINEA Share may gain 1.8' 125 A ONE GUINEA � - 4062 AN HALF-GUINEA - - ac2i A SIX SHILLING -- 1015 N. B. Letters, poft paid, punaually attended to The utmoft value given for the Prizes. Schemes at large, perfeaiy-explanatory, are given gratis, and may be bad as ufual, at MeflVo. TAYLOR and Co " Old Office, No. 9, Cockfpur-frreet, Charing-Crofs, four doors from the Hay-Maiket ; alfo at Mefirs. WADE's, late .theQrficeof the World, adjoining Exeter 'Change, in the Strand. - , TheDrawing commetker the i 2th of November. . - ..; The. abfurd nbnfenfe daily pubirfhed, in defiance of' ruthi decency, and. the laws of the land, under the nature of a wellrknown chqcaaer, affuming the title of In-fpeaor of Lote'ery/Qftices, is,now fo generally underftood and defpifed, >that .little need be'faid upon it. Tl>e-generous Public, fwrtfjed by repeated experience of fidelity, have long confided in the honour of this houfe,' and they have found that-hpijpur equal, to the bonds of any houfe in England ; {a-:: perior^to many, with-all^4>e empty pomp of Licence, *and pretended GftYgrhrnent Security.f . .* T'heRiiblic may fee at No. 50, Lombard-ftreet, .a^liij^o^r: five thoufand refpeaable names, which can-^be. referred tb throughout thtf kingdom for the credi: of the hottfe.They;may alfo fee rautherVVic vouchers for the" recent payment of near Fifty,Thoufand Pounds with theftriaefbi>una.uality and honour. � " - 'j - A Licence has be^n regularly applied .for, and always evaded, though the fecurities are not only uhqucftienable, but far fupetior to thofe which are-readily accepted for a'jgreat majority of'the'Offices. . Any'Gentleman condefcending'to examine into this faa, will be acquainted who the f-ciirities  are,and can fatisfy himfelf ofthe grofs partjalltyahd illegal: injuftice exercifed to opprefs this houfe. . It onveys very extraordinary impreflions of theequi-ty and dignity of a; refpeaable Office of Government, that it fhould fuffer its fana.ipn to be proft'st'u.ted; with great wafte of - the Public money, by" a perfon' hot much embellifhing any fituation, in circulating .fcandalous land unlawful;Advertifement�r>-fcandalpus, in the mean trick, of applying a reproach to this houfe as' unliccnfedv when �theProprietors are anxious to ta'te a'nftd. 't."�''- N. B. The'Public will remark, "Aal the:h>u'fe of Shergold and Co. is the only ohjea marked out for /lander and fcufrilityx others, whole, piinciples and tranraaipris are' reaily jutftioaahle, pifs entirely unnoticed. ^ Bj the king's Royal Letters Pateitt. ^ At L A N G M E A D's PATENT GRATE, and KITCHEN FURNITURE WAREHOUSE, RUSSELL-STREET, COVENT-GARDEN, And at his^MANUFACTORY, GOSPEL L- S TH E ET - R O A Dr~ ~~ J. LANG ME AD,- MOST Refpeafully informs the Nobility and Public in general, that he has juft finiihod a very elegant Af^rtment of GRATES on his PATENT PRINCIPLE,^and Kitchen Furniture of every Kind; REGISTER STOVES, and STOVES for warming CHURCHES, HALLS, &c. on the moft improved Prin--ciple. Thofe who want any kin^ of Grates, Kitchen Furniture, Japanned Goods, Tea-Urns, Cutlery, &c. by applying at his WAREHOUSE, will have their choice of an elegant Afldrtintnt of the above Goods, {and be ferved full 26 per Cent, cheaper than at any rctale Ironmonger's in London, being the real Manufaaurer himfeif. - Dangmead's New-invented White Metal Regifter Stoves, tha:require no cleaning, are fir fuperior to Silver in elegance, and not liable ta tarnifh, or change colpur, are elc-' gantly engraved, of various defigns, I. prite from ' . � . 8 Efegancpolifli'd Steel Regifter Stoves, from �. -^- 8 ^lack Japann'd  ditto, with Steel to 1. 12 o to 12 12 Mouldings,-from -- handfome '5 ' 5 o to 8 8 Call Iron ditto, - very patterns, from � 2 Kitchen Furniture, of the very beft Block Tin,- with ftrong Iron Bottoms, in complete Sets-, 7 Smiths and Iron-founders Woj>>^ Reasonable. � . . , N.'B. Smokey Chimnies cured." No Cure. 12 6 to 4 14 6 7 o^j-^pwards. ^vcry kind. equally . no Pay. The ASIATIC TOOTH-POWDER ; or, " ORIENTAL DENTRIFICE. ^ S..ld atRACKSTROW's M.USEUYIi " No. I07� Fleet-ftreeti -near Chancery-Jane,'by C. Clark,, J ... Tale Proprietor, 3nd'Succt}r a-tk^Ubntn: S^Tj^HIS Povvder Challenges' cojbpariibn .with X ail others, as to efficacy and fafety in ufe'. Teetii, however foul and difcolaured, will, on a fingle trial, acquire a beautiful whitenefs, and be cleared inftantaneoufly-of that. inc>ufration which cxpnfes Ladies and Gentlemen to the pernicious praaice of having thsmfcaled. ' This Tooth Powder has not in Hi compoJitioo, any akid to corrode or wear off the enamel of the Teeth ; and fom its aftringent quality, it ftrengthens the gums, and is an infallible remedy to prefervc a good fet of Teeth. It is prepared from an Indian earthly fubftance, called by the natives Acuara, from which they alft extraa a Tiiiaare; and in cafe cf a dTirder in the Gums, they apply the Tinaure, which will totally eradicate the complaint. The ufe of h'u Powder is the true caufe why the Afia-t$cs have more- beautiful white teeth, and lefs fubjea to decay than any other nation. The fame of this Tooth Powder, among people or' the fir ft diftinaion, has rendered any ad-vertillng panegyric unnecefTary. _ �� �; The,high patronage, and extenfive demand, the Proprietor of this; Powder has been honoured withj hiftinduced various imppftors t;> preparea fpurious fort, whicli they foift upon die publicat a low price, and which is difpofed of at thsfbops of feveral druggifts and perfumers in town, under the,tide.of ".Afiatic Tooth Powder." Ladies' and Gentlemen are therefore defired to take particular notice, that the GENUINE ASIATIC TOOTH POWfiiER is only to abo�j. ahdno.wJ)ere.eifc in London J each hot, faned arid figned^" C. CLARKj" all others ire �ounterf - Indian Tooth Bru/hes, K. FOR NERVOUS DISORDERS and JNWARD? DECAYS. ~ ; ' HUNTER'S RESTORATIVE BALSAM of. LIFE and HEALTH, is now taken by Gentlemen of the rirft diftinaion in this kingdom, as well as others-, by wham itis acknowledged to pofiefs m.ift efficacious P10-pertiss'.in the cure of wcakneil'e?, and Natural Decays. It ft p >lies the exhaufted parts with fre/h juices, and totally re-eiiablilhes the vvhole Nervous Syftem. : *a* Many Gentlemen of the firft diftinaion in this kingdom, as well as others, whofe conftitutlons w;re broken and debilitated, have experiencad the goodefteas Of this Reilorai tive Medicine.; For nervous difordcrs pr.icecd'ftg from .cx-cjfijve drinking, diffipatcd pleaftires, the immoderate ufe of t^a, or from whatever oCcaiion�gre'at debility "and relaxation of the folids, a better and fafer raidicine Cannot be- taken. Numbers who have undergone too powerful eourfesof mercury (the bane of health), which reduced them to aflate of miferable exiftence, jeceived the utmoft benefit from this Reftorative^ for after lofsof ftrength and vigour, the* happily regained their former health. For pains in the back and loins, gleets, and feminal weakneffes, perhaps there is.not any medicine in public or private praaice which has been fo fucc.fsful. Extras of a Letter received from a Gentleman* dated March 9, 1789. " As' to the efficacy of the medicine in my Nervous Complaint, I fhould feel myfclf in a. manner ungratelul, if 1 did not acknowledge the great benefit I .received when various other Medicines had been, trfcd to no purpofe ; and, therefore, although I have been in the habits of acquiring :no fmall knowledge in the phyficar way, I m'Aft fay, that I havenotmet with any thing equal to HUNTER's RESTORATIVE BALSAM." Many other Gentlemen have been candid enough to declare, that this Medicine had ar.fwered the purpo'fe of aper- . fea Reftorative ; in fhort, it is now in fuch repute, as to b-; ufed and recommendsd by many ofthe faculty. Note, This Reftorative is prepared in Pills, which produce more gradual and lafting effaas than all the internal forms ;' the finer, parts of the BaJfam are alfo better pre-ferved. - � The Reftorative maybe had in boxes, price 6s. 3d*. and in larger ones (which contain the quantity of fix fmall boxeo) rl. 8s. as made up for the army, navy, Gentlemen who travel, and others. - A Pamphlet, on the virtues of the Reftorative may be had of the venders, price 6d. FOR IMPURITIES OF THE BLOOD. HUNTER's PURIFYING ELIXIR. ThisF/i xir cleanfes and fweetens the blood, ftrengthens the ftoihich, promotes the natural fecrction, is par'ticjjarly sai in p.i!e, cold conftitutions ir^ ^jves the complexion a frelhn'iifs andi healthy appearance, and will bef.undanad. mirable medicine in the Cure of difagrceable trUptions and batches diforming. the fkln, red and^uirhpled faces, &c.-� When the impaired by intemperance} ir recovers its ton-, and maintains a good dig'eftion j it operates without v oltiic'e, changing the humours' from a ftace of uiftcm-perature to health.. '.�'.- Price Six Shillings and Three-pence the bottle ; larger bot-tlcrj One Pound Eight Shillings. ADAMS's SOLVENT for the Cure of the STO^E and GRAVEL, and all calculous dbitruaions ofthe B!ad* der, Kidaies; &c. price 53. 5d. and ns.6d. ftamps included. , For an account of the althnifhing Cures effeaed by the SOLVENT, fee � �''�-.' The late .Dr^Tlvojup.fjrf'^S'a'W'^rnpprary; with, the c�!-'lebrated Dr. James j titeir #rafir|oe w^�lfo4bineth,inf 4mi-lari for they/both vidifMy$�-ed remeda* fofjHJfferent dHbr-dcrsj which tliey confined t3 their private pfaifticei .   ~ . The Tinaute rriay be had In bottles} price 2svftd. each, which Sontain a f^ficicnt quantity to cure the moft obfti-nateTeitian or Quartan Ague. ' a iso, Dr. THOMPSON's PURIFIER of the BLOOD, which is an efficacious remedy for all impurities anting from -Scurvy., Leprafy, Scorbutic Gput add'RheumatifrA) pimpled Faces, Blotches, Set. . r . - ^ A Treatife on the Intermittens Febris, commonly called the Ague ."and Fever, whsrein are phy deal aud experimental objeaions to the bark ; v/ith^proofs oF its inefficacy, and the dangerof administering itln many rtages of thofe dif-orders. To which is added, a radical'and approved Cure. Price it. \. .... Refined Liquorice for Coughs and Colds. Griffin's Afth-matic Tinaure. Dawfon"s and Forbes's Lozenges, Dr. A AW|"^b m wa>- - -~---- . y T .. . Cor41a|,;-�flSi^'-iE^t'^l^iH^''^'.M* CatalflgJies, gisfingfurther particulars of "the akore, *a& other Ge..oiiic Medicines, may be had' at tberabove Ware> ^houfe. ,5v*here rflay be had. Marking Inftriiments, and Ink for markicginnen, Muf-  linv&c. wbifh areftrongly recomriiended to families to fe-$yte Ihien ftu.m being ftolen.' Small boxes, 4s., 6d. 'larger, �'is^fv8stjQo. and ios. 6d. *rser*.wi.'" Small bathes of ink, 6d,^> ;