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   Argus (Newspaper) - October 19, 1789, London, Middlesex                                t t theTHBATRE5ROYAL.inDRURV* '   ffllS RESENT EVENING, ; Or, The Co:  v ENGtisH.-:.; King Henry, Mr. KEMBLE j �' - *j-      Mr Aickin ; Weftmorraua'f'Mr'R.. M^er 5 �   � Bardotph, Mr Alfred; Wf^^ff1*5 v ^SJo^aSr^ Mr Ma4do�..^y, Mr Jones; Grey, Mr Lamau ; Scrooa.Mr Wiliim; �-� Banks > Cambridge, : Mr Webb; Boy, Mafter   , To which will be added, H ARXEQUIN' s IN V AS ION. Mr*; A&TLB1Tis juft returned fftfm Paris with rihconte.ftlbfe proofs "that the - WESTMINSTER. Bltto^ TlLfipnthe:x4th of July, lift,is;fcaiy conformable '-tbrtfi6"j)aVtic'u]ar'dr^m&RCd8 of that day,and the'only1 having totally and differently^reprefisnted the Baftile, made4 MrVASTLEY anxious to grVe' his'patrons thebeft authenticated information. ;He can afiure them that no un-.   isilitary-Jjkc conibuftibles, fuch as Roman candles, fquibs^ ing aFortrefsJ>y fuch amufementsfor children, is abfurd,' and of^apiece with thiereift^ the Love ;Sforyi:&c.; whichnever exTfte^but in" the Author's Drain inLondon.^ Mr* ASHLEY has brought with him, finely executed in VJ*ax"i 'hyva celebrated Artift in Paris, the '^e^s^f.Mo^^d^Iaune^ 4ate: Governor of the Baftile, and Monf. de Fleflelles, Preyot des Marchands of Paris j; . wi^ini^n^ftib)ep:c6d'^.loftheir being .ftriking-LikerieiTas. The Heads will be exhibited thisEvenlng in the fame manner as they were by the BOURGEOISIE, and French Guards.; He has ,aJfo lbrought\wich him a complete uniform of the arme4^piti*ehs> whoare at this time_exer-cifing themfelv^ iii every Part of Paris, (his.J^idingr Sch^l not excepted.) Mr. Aftley will appear this evening, in the above, uniform, leading the Citizens and-Sobers to the attack of the Baftile. STATE -LOTTERY. Sump Office, Somerfet Place, Sept. z6, ,7*9,1 # EDICT Nit   WA RE   HOUSE IS MajeftyV Commiffion^rs for ^managing __the/Stamp Duties, do hereby give hop cey that the. "following are the only Perfons who are. duly iicenfedby them"1 for feliine Ticketiin the preferit State Lotteries.'. � - '        -When theirLi-     EQUESTRIAN EXERCISES;    - NAVAL IOEVIEW at PLYMOUTH, - r a o~? h #r ' G'A R D E    ' TCovekt-Garpen Theatre.Royal, 1 THIS EVENINGy , Will b6 prelented the Tragedy of_ m    a    O B.   E   T   H.       -M M7cbSth,Mr.HOLMAN} Macduff, Mr. AICKINJ Ban-   r...:�kmi> ralrmcr away an t ^^hle'credit from,! and which without :iSSthrfS^fALMER*aft give new luftre ME  A DO W  S, -  J ' -   -rf ^WorthiGOVERNORi-Aad to is to:pet^oKn h' a p m ;a n. Of the Haymarket; wKofe^ Oompofitiona Jiav� been fc Jtith admired:,: hal e^dclwd f^^^^J^^ additional Mufic, hi wWch he hat �nt-oduced TWO -NEW CHORUSSES that promtie a $nt Effect. -      W        A S /T  t L  E Thus git u^, and thus improved: may it c$tisi a cmtfpKte Fiece> andxannot fail of pubUcattrac^oir. The other ENTERTAINMENTS of *HIS EVEN. :, . .     ..' .ING are;;. a: The N ArV A L   RE yi E W, O  L. The i  o, 1    ^ 1 t>    o   N ) ASSAULT of the BASTILE, MO D EL   pf   PARIS;   � And a NEW PANTOMIME. R13YAL GROVE, And ASTLEY's AMPHITHEATRE, WESTMINSTER- -    :  BRIDGE, ^HIS prefcntMONDA Y, the 19th of .. X ^OCTOBER,! arid' every Evening till further Notice, A New Dance, called, tcs Tontieliers; dry the Merry Coopers. /Various Eiertifes-on HORSEBACK, By YOUNG ASTLEY. JL NEW MUSICAL PIECE, in Three Parts, called,, T6c  ROYAL : &AVAL  REVIEW at PLY  M .,0,;UvT  H; Or,-DEVONSHIRE and CORNWALL LOYALTY. . . FEMALE ROWERS, - "4 Henry^Welfter, No. 29, Fhet-^ 'Mrs. WALLACK; Mrs. STEVENS, Mrs, WOOD- | John.^enham, Poultry MAN, Mrs,  JOHANftOTi Mrs.  SAUNDERS, and Mr^ HENLEY. ^       -    *"r-- >      Cockfwain,Mjfs SMITH.     . ;� Seamen,' Countrymen, Shipwrights, Blackfmiths, Bttbefs, ,&c. by the reft of the .Company.  :    . : The/whole forming the raoft brilliant"NAVAL SPECTA-.'>*��:�'.- r CLE that ever appeared on niy. Staged , The VieVvs taken from the Back of MOUNT EBGECUMBE to PLYMOUTH DOCK. , :    ROPE - DA N C I N G, By Sjg. SPIN ACUTA. A favourite New Mufical Pi:ce, called, v - SHE WOULD BE A SOLDIER. ; ' m F TheMufic compofed by Mr. Gehot.       t The   SIEGE of the   BASTILE, Di'fplaymg one of the grandand moft Extraordinary - Etents that ever appeared, . Grounded on authentic Faft�.'-    -      . And in oWtrto^glve a more confpicuous and juft Idea of "  1 . i - �   the City of PARIS, A GRAND MODEX, On an extraordinary large Scale.; The whole to conclude with a New Pantomime called, HARLEQUIN's CHOICE. OF THE BEAUTIES OF THE WORLD. Witbfplendid Scenery, Machinery, &c.   : Harlequin, Mr. JENKINSON j . Afia, Mrs. SAUNDERS 5 A*ericft,'Mrs. JOHANNOT 5 Africa, Mifs CROSS MAN ;    Europe," Mrs. WALLACK; Columbine, Mrs. WALLACK. - ' Clown, Mr. JOrtANNOT. '� Doors U be opened at half paft FIVE, and to begin at half paft SIX precifely. j     .V   ne,rlv DOUBLE the, value 'aftbrded. at any Orhcc 3rritIT aVT"^AL*f'IrT^" \ ^th^dom, of any thins like qualfecurity and refpon- Places for the Boxes to^e taken of Mr. Smith, at the Am- | . . phi theatre. - DECAYS;- ^  "v      >'':;-    " :TTUNTER-3 RESTORATIVE BALSAM JTl of .'LIFE and HEALTH, Js? no>v taken .ny.Gentle-meftof the firftdilHnrfionin tlnis kingdomvaswellaspthers, by \vhomit is acknowledged to ppffefs moft erBcacious Properties in the cure of weaknefles, andNatui-aJ Decays. It-fbpplies the'exhauftcd parts with frelh juices, and totally re-eftablifiies ?he whole Nervous Syttem/"      ' - * Many Gentlemen of the firft diftinftion in this kingdom, as well as otftere.lvh6fc~con{Ututions were broken and  ;    ^^-^--ReSorar prpqeeaji^g ^otri ex- ceilive* Jrinkmg, dlflipated pleaftires, the irririiodei'i^e ufe c�f tea, or from whatever occ?fions great debility and iclax?t;c.n of the folids,'a better arid fafer medicine cannot be taken. 'Numbers who have undergone too pbwerfuJ eourfcsof mercury (the bane of health)-, which reducefl them* to a ftate or^mi&rable exiftence, teceiveithe-utrnoft benefit from this Reftorativc; for after^lofs of^ftrengtlf and vigour they happily regained their- former health. For pains in the back and loins, gleets, and feminai w.eakneffes, perhaps there is not any medicine in public of private practice which has been fo fucceftful. : - - aom, as wen as outers, wnoic contiisuuujis >vc�c utu debilitated, have experienced the ^'derTeclsof this ] tive Medicine.   For'nervpus difofdersprpqeedii,g f: loth Sept. 1790 a6th Aug. 1790 15th Nov. 1789 1.5th Oct. 1790 /7th Aug. 1790 24th July, 1790 w 7th Feb. 1790 �-1 14th Sept. 1790 . 5th Sept. 17^0 5th June, 1790 th Oct. 17-90 hus publickly. any Shares of Tickets, othar than fuch as are legally.. ftarnped; the Act: having prohibited, under large penalties, the dealing in Chances under any Pretence or Device whatfoever 5 which may depend on the contingency of Drawing the fa:d Ticket, and alfo the Publishing Proposals for any fuch pur- pofe. '   'By Order of the Commi'ffioners.    1 JOHN BRETTELL, Secretary. ROY A L UNION Efi:ablime.d Anno 1782.;' By Meflrs. SHERGOL0 and Co. > . ,    ' No. 50, LOMBARD-STREET, withqwt r is QUE 0$ BLANKS. LEGAL Shares, including every Prize, in the IRISH LOTTERY*, are lifting, at TWO GUINEAS, ONE GUINEA, HALF-A-GU1NEA, and SIX SHILLINGS each. . .� The plain advantages, folid found;ation of fure payment and' inexhauftible combination of fund and property annexed to the ROYAL UNION BANK,-are universally known by experience of "many years.   The .prefent plan is ft-milar to that fo remarkably fuccefsful and approved Faftyear, wi^h   MATERIAL   IMPROVEMENTS,   adventurers Offi u A    N. it is neceflary to remark that the manoeuvring oT SOL B I E R S, J: fer marching^nd cquntermwchmgiO^theSta^ ; their fc|pti|rv-aM thefr aflaiilt within thtwallsvriA fixed bayo-iiets ba� reived very f -:The NofeVlity, and other Perfons of Faihion, Are reduefted to (eni "their Servants at an early- hoir to keen places, and they may reft kffured that rcoftfiderable. W4 of Coaftables fliatt attend the doors, and that the whole r oM|i RoadV will be^ weU lighted and watched, to prevent. iven rlieflig!^inconvenience. >- . t   , "^ePeYftv'nancc,'got up in this fplendid manner, is tor tlje. REAP.-     , '. i Benfefit of irish 4  *       #- ENGLISH STATE OIK3E& and at tfieir State Ladies and Gentlemen inftrufled to ride j and Horfes broke for the Road or Field. . Ni B. The Seafon will conclude in a mort Time, on ac-; C6unt of Mr. ^.STLEY*3 opening his Theatre Royal in Dublin, according to his Majefty's Letters Patent, with Which he has been honoured. This Day is published, price.3s. 6d. - Compendious TREATISE on the VENE* ' 'REAL DISEASE, GLEETS, &c. divefted of the technical terms, with the:, beft methods of Cure, fo explained, as to render medical advice'- tefrnecefiaryj in which is given a Lotion for the prevention of that diiagree-able complaint,'" -       E A C O N. Sold by J� Walker, No, 44rPaternofter:Row, , The intent of the Author is to prevent the .injury and im-poAtiofk of Quaekery,-notby^ recommending, certain nof-'.triims, the preparations of which afe-Jcept'fecretjbut -by fttwing. openly>;the mean^bywhicJi.th.i diforder is to he eradicated.     * ' ability A TWO GUINEA Share may gain 1.8125 406a A ONE GUINEA AN HALF-GUINEA A SIX SHILLING 2,031 1015, 10 5 12, 6 ^Lottery^^^ Ift Halves, Quartev 1     1. -TrpfiT-T- .4 -':'?tf iightM-and Sixteenihsi:^n^rtai^artetyi i *htJv ^eaibnable-termfiv .v *'    ''' f_ AW Shares fpld at this.-Office are GOVERNMENT SECURITY, behigleg^Iltltamped with a 01E>lam^ining the Wwor*ds �VrSta^:LotteryStamp:t>ffice.^ *    ' -v.; \~     , - ^Pi^cWoCTn&^ckets and Shares. Vir - I'Tfce nreient ENLARGED JJJITION of the following \:^9^^^i^V^^y. with;V vie> to diminUh. a 1      ^:J^�^�5r^fvj*PPEbj^SjiiMii. tat&or. can-no longer;.fuf-. ',r13tfit-:y ttett-o^^trlng tour or five hours every day to an- N. B. Letters, poftpaid, punctually.attended to. The utrnoft value giv'enibrth^ Prizes. Schemes at large, perfectly aocplanatory, are given gratis, and may be had as uiual, at MelTrs. 'TAYLOR and Co.'s Old OhH'ce, No. 9, Gockfpur-flreet, Charing-Crofs, /four doors'frorri the Hay-Macket; alfo at Medrs; WADE's, late the Office of the World, adjoining Exeter ?Change, in the Strand. TheDrawing,,commences the iathof November. The abfurd nonfenfe-daily publifhed,  in defiance of ruth, dect^cy, and the>ws of: the-Jand, under the fig-; nature of a-well-known charafler, atTuming the title of In-fpeclo'/of.Loteery Offices,;is n!ow fo generally underitoodand. : defpifedj that little need 'b.e faid' upon itv " The generous Public, fwayed by repeatediexperien^ewdelityj have long ;Con6ded in the honour of riiis houfe,' and they have-found that honour equal to the bbhdsWany houfe in England ; fa-peri or to many>-with all the empty pomp of Licence, .and pretended Government Security^; . ThePublic may fee at No.. 50,'-I^mbard-ftreet, a.Iift of Jive thoufand.'refpeclabJe riarnes, which caa be referredit^, throughout the kifri^om for'the crcdi: of the houfc^ey Ext rati &f a Letter recei*tkd from a Getithmax9 dated March 9, 1^89. .   - " As to the efHcacy *  price Gs. 3d. a: d in larger ones (which contain the quantity of fix fmall boxe*) il. 8s. as.made up for the army, navy, Gentlemen who tia-vel, 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. This^ii xlr cleanfes and fweeten* the blood, ftrengthens the ftomach, promotes the natural fecreirion, is parric ilarJy good in pale, cold conftitutionsit gives the complexion a frclhnefs and healxhy appearap.ee> and wiU be nmndan .ad mlrable medicine ih'"*tnc ciircof difagrcedbte.-crupttorria anl" Viotcheg deforming the fkirr, red and pimpled faces, "&c. When the ftomach is impaired .by intemperance, it recovers its tone, and maintains a good digtftion ; it operates without v;olence, changing the humours from a.ftate of diftcm-pcrature to health.^ � .   "       ~       �   . PricC'Six Shillings and Three-pence the bottle^ larger booth's, One Pound Eight Shillings. ADAMS's SOLVENT Tor the Cure,of the STONE and GRAVEL, and'ail calculous bbftruftion3 of the Bladder, Kidnies, &c. price 5s. 5d. and 1 is. 6d.. ft amps in-�eluded. For an account of the aftonifhing Cures effected by the SOLVENT,   fee .  ie-: Ration,'knowledge*, and, learning,vare more. refpecltabie tiiangah bfcproduced^iv^ny VtnVr Medical Pamphlet. t .   .        This Day is publifhed, price* as.  " N ACCOUNT ofthe CURES by VELNOS* farfuMribrlfo tfefc which are readily accepted foragreal majority of the Orjices. Any Gentleman condefcending.t� examine into this faft,. will be acquainted who the frc^riues; are, a \ qn dem^jr^fah^ncomtnon nunibW^eapital Prizes,' wyi '; atnTuti'i&t&i .cbntinuanc&of the favours' of. the Nobility - .And Fublic^in general,'       ' : ..T^^prcfr WJl'ditiyo ?it this (JfiJce with^uthentic^ ac- . B. All orders will ^ftddUy; attehded- W>tand every bufinefo relative to Lotteries .a ad "the Public Funds executed qp. the molt liberal and*&UnJive tcrjB�#" VEGpTABLE; SYRUP, in Diforders claifed . by the Faculty, =under the various denominations of Leprofyi R^eurhatifm� Gout^.Scroph^uia; ohftrufted^MeHnes, Gonf:-fupption,' Afthma,. Cancer, .Pdlfy, but- derivj^ ..their origin or malignity from,the.retention- or/"introdu�ipn' pf morbid* matted" into the haiit 5 -from- glandular, obftruc-' tipns 5 or from. th?t-general impurity of:the "Lymph, coin- � monlV called Scurvy. By   IS A A -C   S W: A" L N S O N ' ,> Sole Proprietor-of the Medicine, and only SuccelTor to M. DE VELNOS, at No. ^i, Frith-ltreet,' .Soho* London. ; r N. B. The printed DirecYrons are given with thcSyrup ; this Pamphlet Win always'be charged, � _n.dcaw fatisfy hlmfelf of the grofs partiality and iJJegaf . ihjuftice ex^etcifed-to opprefs^this-hcrtife. ft conveys very extraordinary imprcuions of the equity and dignity of a refpeitable Oftce of Government, that it -mould fuffer its fancYion to -be prb'ftitute'.l, w'rth great wa(le_of the Public money, by'a perfon npt much embeliifhing any fituation, in circulating fcondalous-  rrtmqrily.called the: Ague-and: Few wh?r^n.>re..p^aPand eipennien. objedtlons to the birk ; wJth pr6?^of .,rs me^lcacy, and th- 'danger of adminiftering- i,c rtWW ^ges-pf thpfe dif-ordersi "To which is added, a radi*aUnd a^prored Cure; Pr!^fined Mqnonce for Coughs^.d-^^; .Griffin's A Oh J^n-s's Fever Powder, NoW$> Few Brops, Vclno t Vc r Sv,up, Ddby's Carminative, ^StdcrsVi 'Opodeldoc Hopper^ and SfeofchPilto, Woodward^ -Gorti Stiver Tooley. eetabl '� Th^^ng^ents- of this houfe are il- Ho^and S^l^oodw^.u^ ,d   f|;v^ �ieca�re it is' npt iicenfed."   Cordis:, EJTe^l Mtof I*moi.�i *c..*� 0 mm 4'efc,: .fiance can have no magical infiut-nce Iu Catalogues, #ing farther part-cular* of the above, Mi, cannot make a fair'man diJhoneft, or wnjure up integrity,   ^ 08.:^. Medjcines, may U had. at the abCTe Y> arc It cannot/altpr .the article dealt in. A p^'u'nd" of 'tobacco' would not change! "its quaiiry. It would (till be tobacco, Srvh:echerth*,$Jferw^ N. B.r.?The(: Pdb!ic'/f^ilreinar|e> that the houfe bf Sher- |Jgold and-Co. is the only object marked out "for ftandcr' an^ *fcurrility:: ^tilers, whofe prinriple> and tranfadljons ere really ^tieftiqaabJej pafs entirely tfrinotlced*      . houfe. Marking Inftrn lihf>&fc.*>vWqfi'"ar� cure finen from- b r 6s. 6d� S5i 6d' 3 jirger, is*  � Where niay be h.adi menWj" and Ink for marking LinenrMuf. *: > 1 F - 4 -�   H   

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