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Argus (Newspaper) - October 20, 1789, London, Middlesex > DRV R Ky^L; A JV- T thfeTfl*a*r e-Rb y'al xnD r-u k y-L an e, JR..Q Y AL Mr, P A .C I"R C U S. L ME R ' F STATE - LOTTERY. GEORGE arid BLUE BOAR -1. * 1 A" Y THIS PRESENT EVENING, ST: Stamp Officej-Spmerfet Place, Sept. fc6, 17S9 > 1 Will have the Honour to prefeht to the Public Vis Varied tiie^a r p^'- ' -ir '-' ^ ~ ? -; , ��� '^ceftaJiment - � S:V- '.->' * fj JS Majeity's Comtnzffioners for managing � # - 1 EM- P E , The Enchanted. Ifiand. "With Additions from D*YDE% The Mafic by PURCEL, and Dr. ARNEi with New Airs apd Chorulles by. the lats Mr., LINLEY, Jun. ... : - P'rofpero, M?'BENSLEY; . , ' ::,v.-;-^ ". Ferninand, . ,^Ir^ . KELLY 5 Cali ban,' Mr/ V^lhLtAM.tS^G6tizs\tZj Mr, AICKlNj Atoa&OkMr.PAClCEK 5 Antony, A^r. PHILLIMORE j And Hvppolitoi.Mrs;; COQDALL. V;. Ar� Dbrin3a> Kiifs EARREN. ; The Vocal' Parts bj "": ,'; Sfr^ Fawc^^'Mi^ilboV/M^^^ Alfred,' Vr * - h .Set -out�the; - ^ 1 " o t t: -t7 " " ' - Jtqllowmg arethe o^ly.Peifous-who are duly hcenfed by them b t 1, yH- ^ ,/Trw1eHing.t^ thepreieixt State Lotteries;': CarrJagear. B A T the R^ Fields,"f';-..-"--; " ' T. H, I S S V E N I N iJ, FE"AT^S^of HQRSEMANSHIP, ^ By HUGHES,: and his immitable; Pur^ls^ After which iviU be'produced^ an entire hew Piece," In tviro J-:'\. Parts,.called �- , The N" A V A L R ^ V I E W; v � j / v 1 1 _ Erv Lyons, Mrfs Romanzini, Mrs; Edwards^, Mifs Hagle)^ - Mrsi Fox. Mifs Baaie5y Mift ^tageldoir,-Mrs.-Shaw,; . . ,And, Mr ^CROUCH, . V . In Aaiii:aGHGRlJ5 of FURIES. Tn Ac^'V: Will bt intfodirced the Mafque of KB p TXT N E . and AM P H IT R ITE. - , Keptane, Mr.;SEDGWICK i ^itliNe^ x Arid a New-Epilogs tpb.^ fpolcen by .M|f? BARREN. . To whicli will be added /noS.afted thefe Four Years) *^fehfa/firfb'^.pcirancc;4a that Characlcr on thatSug.*): V SirI^Wldlfe^'-B^TONi Reaufort, Mr. HAYMES j ;ttiildnrfc, Mr. BANKS; Dapper, Mr. FAWGETT5 ^ Aid Old phiiFO^Mr. BADDELEY.. r Corinna^MirsTIDSV/ELL; V - \ :' And: Maria,. Mifs.FARREN.. . � ��. - " Eooks of "the Songsi to.be had at theTheatre. y '>. No Mpn^jrto: be returned. Formed-on theiriMajefties ^Excuriion, cmtdihing a^raoft beautiful and magnificent Difpiay of the Navai Review and. ^.JEngagement in PJymouth Soundj on Tutifday," Auguft thfr ViSth, with a graifdy correct, and characTeirrftic Repreffintation �? . v�a 0*" the whole'^&e w - ; P R OC E ; S V S I P N, ^ |: Ge*Be HarxiforJ Piccadilly-that preceded their Majefties and the Prihcefles,, arranged in k Robert.gasard, Thomas Burne, and Ed-the order in^ which it ac^nally"took placed ; jf ? j .\vdtd%aVner;RoValExcha^ Cofn- L:eut>!)arit.Cable,;Mr. CLEMSQN;!- . ' > }; J Hiir James: Branfcombr and' Ifaac Goojdman, ' |Holboin : Y . . r*.' "James Branicomb add Ifaac'Goodman; . tNoi4, Cornhili v - . ' '. \John 1 Biuckmaw, ' Royal Exchange, -4 Cornhili- ' ttenry Woolfey Bjficld and Samuel . ; J; Hawkfworth, Charing-cfois .: -George Carrol, High-ftreetj^haawell-: John Caffin,-Cflv.of- Briftbi -^ober^Je^^-City of Bath \. V * *mr"^iUev"^dvJ.b!M^;Beardniprt>i?; HOL V;HEAD= new OST^COAGJfJ, .Ravels by day> fets out every rnorning at ,��e o'clock^pre.i cuetyj through Oxford, Bimiingham, andVShrewfc^ carry. four -Infides and three. 0u"tfides ^ dine- at bjtfor'dV.nftep �. at;Str^cd- u^on Avon, .brealtfeft ^t rnorning-'\l Bir^. ; 7th- Aug. 1790 |, mingham, fleep at Shrcwlbufyj and LIao.rooft the nex�eVcn- When their Licences expire. -1 aiit Aug. 1790 r - ioth-A'ctS*- x,79� [ '^oy3^ Charlotte Poft-Goachr-every night at. -Sevehs .dine^ac- Newcaftle,the fecond day, afiow one nigit'S-reft^nd-arriyt. ac Six o^clock next day.. . . - ' DOVER MAIL COACH, his, out every .right at "Seve*-;" ad Oct; 1790 ixth Nov.-1789 4th Sept. 1790 6 th Aug. 1790 ; oTclock, guarded throughout 5 carries only^ oneOivfide, - ..'- *� -: ' ' - ' ' - - rPOSTlCbAqiESV-pi^il^NCES, and J^ACmNES^ ^Farmer; Gpodmari, Mr. MafJ^t-j. Enfigni'Mr^eririfclcf-' rftiphard lio^ges.aod~ TOllSaxniNorton,i ~-\ Mid&ipman, Mr..Atkihs,;;Clump,,Mr. Meadows;'.- :- Noi r4A;.-Oxford.As�et;' - �gth Sept.-1750- , ' 1:7th Oft. 1790 ' 1�SB�8F- � , . , . MARGATE and RAMSOATE PoO-Coaches ^J IX- . . ligences,Tevery.Morningabd Evening. \ July," 17.90 I,. BUXTON and MANCHfES'fER hew Coach-... eyery Tuefday, Thurfday, and Sunday 4ftsrhoon,ac thr:>e Matthew;: Mr. Folldtt 5 ��':*�': Martha, Mifs CemitrjJ% apd Maria, Mrsii LEFiFLER. The ScenerV, MuficV Dreffesj and other Decorations en-" ' '-tirely new, the Mafic compoTeH by Mtt Chapman* Mr. PALMER will deliver.' his Whimfical, Satirical^ Serious \ :- and Coajic - v L a s 5th. Sept. 1790 ' ,4th.f ebo.i 790/ ,zoth Aug. ,17^o: o p r As.deliyered by Jumi at the.Lyceum,, in the Strand,.with great applaufe. v 9o -C&T � N T - G J RD � N. . ; T C OVEN X- G A R D EN. T HE AT ferE - Ro V A L , TBIS EVENING, 4 -. VTtW be preTented' the Comic Opera or LOVE IN A VILLAGE. Ybuhg Meadows, Mr. JGHNSTONE j - Hawthorn,' Mr BANNISTER } v Hodgei Wr. BLANC HARD; : Sir William Meadows, Mr. POWELL; . EUfce, Mr. DAV.ES j Gart;r, Mr. REEVE 4 ; A Cook*. Mr. ROCK, j - Arid Juftice^Woodcock^ - DeborahI Mrs. PITT f . Maoge^ Sirs* WELLS 5 . v tuclriJai Mrs: MOUNTAIN 5 Mard,:lWifs STUART5 AndRofetta,- Mrs. BILLINGTON. In A bn-A?L- Hi a Xiverti lTmerit,: by 'Mri'. BYRNE and - , , Mr^ GOODWIN. Toiwhlch will beadded,^ Ift'Th'fte Afls, called". V ANIMAL I AGN E T I S M. : "ROYAL UNION B AN K. Eaablimed Anno 17S2. ; By Meflrs. SHERGOLD and Co. No. 50, LOMBARD-STREET, TfFtHQUT RIS$U& OF.BLANKS, ;'.:'.v. I^EGAL Shares, including every; Prize, in i tr* iRIcH LOTTERY, arc Lffuing, at.TWO GUI-�EAS, 'ONE GULNE'A,- HALE-A-GU1NEA, and SIX SHILLINGS each- f-,, .'� ..-v. TKe.plam advantages, fohd foundation of fur.e payrnen -and mexhauftiVjle comb-nation of fund"^ andr property'aT-xiexcd ;to the ROY AL I^NION BANK, are untverfalfy known by, experience of rnmy.years. - The prefent plan is fi-mUv to that fo remarkably fuccefsful and approved latt year, with-:-MATElLlAL*. IMPROVEMENTS, ' adventurers faivrng nesrly DOUBLE the yilus.an-brded at any Oifice lri.,d.e kingdom, of any� tlibglike .coju'al. fecurity and refpon- - . Prefident, Mr. PALMER;; ; The Anacreontic Song, by Mr. MEADOWS,; ThevVocal Parts .by Mr. Meadows,;;Mr. Clemton, Mr.^ Male:, Mr. Atkins, Mr^ Wiljoughby,' Mr.'Bund, Mr. Odwell, Mr- Chapman, and Mr. Kendrick. .", ;The CATCHES and GLEES will be varied:every Evening To which will be added (for the 60th Time) an entire new* and fplendid Entertainment, founded on the fubjedt of the French Revolution, called The T R I U M P H of L IB E R T Y, Or, the DESTRUCTION of - The B ~A S T I L Ei . I With, for the ad t'rn:, thz INTRODUCTION of Mr. PALMER, the whole of the aiFacting Story of Matilda and her Father, as related at Pa is, and other incidents formed f.om authentic accounts'recently receivedfrpm thence- Toge-'. tliji r with an entire-nevy, and exacl rep refutation of the B AS-TlLEj and the. fortifications tljexeofj on a grand' and ex-t^nfiye fcale, which the Manager has brought forward at a very confiderable expence, a; f.me ackndwledgemerit bf the very; fplendid and "uncommonvciicourageinenCj" the above; ''enterta'-mnent.^as received fr^m the Public.) "Exhibiting one'of the grahdell and moft intereftiri^Spec-1 tacles that ever engaged the Feelings of Mankind j includin'g,^|. atriongft a Variety Of other-ftriking Matters incident to the-* Event, the whole, of the Plan, Attack, StdrmTrigj Capture, and Demolition of that horrid Sepulchre.of a People, the Baf-tile. the dreadful Maflacre-. of the Ckizens that fir
Alio, the ROYAL BLUE COACH, Tetsont every: Afternoon at Three o'CU.cfc.and wiH.breqkfaft at Bath next � inbining. A Company -may be,'Ttccommadrtced with a, C.:ach at'-their own time, and taken up at their Own. fioafej on reasonable "terms."' -The Coaches.(5an'at*te'^ite^ Piccadilly- :-'h'jl *. "; ' � � STAMFORD, STILTON, andSt.' KtOTS original Coach, every night at nineVclock. . � OUNDLE ;and THRAPSTON Coach, Thnrfdiy. and Sunday night, at half pift eight. - - BRIGHTON-and LEWES-cdmmodious Pdft -toach, every morning, at a quarterbefore Sir, Sundays'excepted* NEWMARICET, WALDEN,'and LINTON Coach, Tuefday, Thurfday, and Saturday fiiorning^t Six. Good convenience for luggage- '; - , - ./ HARROW COACH, every afternoon it four O*clock. � Carriages to . Dover, Majgate> Ramfgate, Canterbury Deaf,. Bath, ind Briftol, m.iy be had on the fhorteft notice, fets out whatever time wifhed fbr> and the^aflengefa take ft . up at their own houfes. N, B. Every care will be paid, to, parish, &c. feh't by any of the'above carriages'5" but the ^Proprietors give this notice' they vyilLnot be accountable for any-article of abdvc'.' fiye _ .pounds, ya/ue,* oniefs Specified' at. the time 10 22 6 a TWO GUINEA Share -may giih l.S 1^5* � a ONE GUINEA ~ 4C&2. : AN. HALF-GUINEA ; - 2031' . A oIX SHILLING ~ ^J T015 N. B- 'Letters, poll paid, pu^ftuajly atteiidedjto. �JThe utmoft*value gVven for thiPrizes. �"Schemes St large, peTfea^.P'xpUantory,:-arc^given gratis, and vnav.be-had/as.uiuil.-at Me�Vs*, TAYLOR arid .Co.'s QJd Ofhce, No., 9, Cockfpur-(r.re^ four ^doors from the Hay-Matketajfo at Meilra. WADE's, late the Ooice of the World, adjoining ,Exeter .^Change, in the Stond. -' - ,' ; L vT : /rhcDraw'ng commences the 15th of November. The- abfurd npni"enfe among' people of the firft'diftiric^ibn, his rerJ^ewd any ad- vertifing panegyVx urineceflary- - *"�'� " V: " The high patronage, and extenfive demand, the Prep ietnr of this. Powder has been honoured .with', has induced various impoftprs to p'rCjiare-a. fpurious fort, which they .foift upor^ papers Jth&Public.are;cautjoricid againft purchafing any fuch, or any. .other illegal Chances, Shares, or agreements in. th2, Lottery \ and all juilices pf the Peaci, Mayors, Bailiffs,.Confta-bles, :H*;adboroughs,' and other'-'Civil* Officer's are, by the Acl of 27.of his prefent Majefty^ c. 1, ftriftly required to prevent the committing of any fuch offences ; and the P-ub-Hc are deMrcd to lend their affiirance to ditcover fu,*h of- feriders, .by, fending- to -this office the names-and, niaces of , .. .. . . . anJ wn>&iS !* a ^�P\ 6.Veiliiv���aWfaid � J 1 I,of feverai-druagifts and.perfumersin town,.ut�d*r tho title or-, greilmgasatorefaid. , Twnnn ' " Aiiatic Tooth PoWfer." '" - ' - - fixes 45. ^aour, �- - i A L-cerice ins be|ri"vre*ulai-ly. applied .for, and always Evaded, though the.fequrjties'aro'riotonly unqueftidnable,but are andcari.^tisfy/hirrifeifof thei.gro'ft p'artiaJity'and iUegaJ .injuil.'ce exei4fcd to opp>.?feth|s;haufe, ; . Ic. conveys very."eitkraordinary imprefiloris of the.eqvj,-' ernb^Uifhi'.jg.; any.TjSu^bnj, ^iii^lriulatinfe, fcandalpus and unlawful Adv-ftifcra'nt^fcand^ in thd^mean,tret of applyi;ng a reproach;to tliis boufc as -^n'Hcc'nfedj'^wheh the P;-oprietbrs- a>e ahxipus to take and,pay for* a-vL'icence '^.nnlaw.tu-1,, .in: .daringly'/.averting >haV:ls' neither; law nor tiu-h, � begins.Drawing, February.az, 1790. .* RICHARDSON, GOODLUCK, and Co. Kfpedfully inform the Public, that the ; TICKETS and ipgal ftainped SHARES, in the above. Lotteries, are now on Sale,.in VirieCy of Numbers, at the. oii^-nal-Officcfy licenfed by Government, In tjie gANrC-B(JlLblNfGS, CORNHILL and oppofice trie % IN G-s M EW S, CH A RI NT G C R O S S. -Country Correfyonderits may nave Tickets and Shares fent them, by' remiturig goo^ bills, payable at fight, or of a ihort date. - Money for th? Pr"22s as ibon as drawn. � Thofe in all formex Lotteries now p'aid'in full. In the -late Sta* Lotteries^he fo'IowmgCAPIJAL PRIZES have been Sold in Shahs at the above Offices 1 N). .48,577, 23^48-^.20,000!. each. :. : N). 27,964--;io',ooo2. No. 41,827, 33*5999'-Mrf*** 4^889, ^7�4w*-rrrSP9]* .,- s �. . . , '.- N � -' � . . 7 ; No. 1^137/",755, 16,258, 25^958, 9959, 3^00^ 1-^3,.36,^ 56,- 3^5H^-icool. eacr. � v : . No. 29,179, 7961^-^-i:io0L each* . �;'N i.^^'90":^3f�*S*;""i?*?3ail '799'9'*'";36�*94� 38,531. 4-1^364, 4S,433> 13^61 2,394, *i7>759>;*4>-9.7S, 24.95^, iSj754-~~5jo\ each. . \ . . , 'And,; in-whole'Tickets, one ^rize of 20,Cc5Cl- tw> Yf ip,cobl. four ot 5,006, and a great- many"of - 20C0L ico�ir and 500I. t : A' -. �- '"' AJfoj xn-.foriner Lotteries, fuce the Year 176.7, a.^great Ipr^p-rci-.n of Capital'Prises,- too numerous* ta l.c -tion. TIGKS-TS'REGISTERbi-j. :ac* Sixpence C3ch% a.id the ; cirfeil I ."tiiligencc f nt of chcir fuccci*. KITCHEN FURNITURE of DOtJ^Lj: BLOCK Til\ . Mariufaaured by STONE and Co.' : '' No.'134, Oxford-ftrect. THE High Eftimation atid-extcnfive'.'Saleof this Farn'ture, .amongft families of -the 'fifrt^onfo-qumce in L3ndonr is .fufHcient proof bf its fuperioii'tyl" " The following lift forms a complete fct, wiiich' \vjJJ be kept n repair for One Giiinea per annum Ladies and- Gentlemen .are therefore de fired to take particular norice, that this GENU-Infpedor of Lottery Offices.; | INE ASIATIC TOOTH ROW HziK 4s oa(.v, to.be purcha- fed as above, and no where elfe in London J each fciwt, fealed andllgncd.; C. CLARK.',-1 a II.others ere 'caonterfeit.� Tooth Tip^ure, is., the foctU* � Intjiah Tootti Bruihcsj isv ; ^ - V - r t 7 VENE REAL -COMPLAINTS. f O O o 0 m " O Gallon Tea Kettle 1 1 10 16 TO TH� PUBLIC.. 1. - 5 0 3 3 2 0 o 0 . \. Mr. ^EAS TLA NT), MEMBER of the t^RVO%Atl6^ot St/ftG�& NS ' in, LONDON. ' ,t v 1 * 1 ' At his Hcufe, No*. 58* Swo'w-kiLL, - ~ v 5 6 4"6 2 o Vt 80 'm � - t * " FiniJ-s in-'the country will ^have the abeve fint free o -irria^c, and may be had on the Ci-ne. terms at Mr. .Hal* Bath. V . Complete fets of Patent Copper is riow ready for fale, upon hji'ab )ve pbn, at being 4> per cent.- cheaper.than what^ai; *eeh.hitherto *tuderat the fame time rnoie.durable anvi cieanly in ufe. - . ; Thei much-admired Cold,or Warmfiatbs, for the ufe of rarnilics,t,6fe:h6r;iett; ... v . N.B. An elegant Aflortmcnt ojf th?: 1- ft t^wn-made Tea U"rns[ frtTdll fisej rl.6V* large ditt>, il. 123..SdV Aif^ a Urgi lljck of L.->;hiyn-and Sh?fTiiid h hives and Fprks, upon yi-y-lo* terms, for ^refedt ra/n;ent. ' G0NTINI3ES e^eaually.to'cureall re^rit^ ; complaints of a -Prxva^ N-ATz-VRfc,' with'safe and .,; fafety, in a few dr/5-j; and In. the moft obftinate and com-. plicated- cafes of Jong'-, duration, that havS' hitherto been deemed* incurable 5' fuch as-OBSTROCtio�B in theUai-* T k R A j : S^'pNGY .'Ex'e'r'tsCtWCt's^ ' HAS 6 TiTMtiVRSj CALuots Ux.C�Rsf E'ft^vT^top-s^Gi ri- dicallycurad, by a rfioie fate', certarft, 'and expeditious . mode, of praftice> fuperior ,to any othstf yetradbpted, thaC wj'Ui"prove w^JlAvbrfhy'rhe'.attention of perfons of both Sexes . requiriSURGICAL of. MEDICAL-, ASSIS-TA^TCE'.ln tie aboVc di (orders *' Wcak^-relaxed, aud de* � fifjjtated habits, proceeding, from/iiTcguIarities> Injudicious treatment! yx any other Caufe>' Xii fpeidily' rtftored health arid itreneth. . --' * .-' -~ . v . SUPPRESSION OF URINE. �M'-.t AST-LAND giv:s immcdratc relief ill all cates of ISCH URJtA" UtlEXHRAlJSvinrlammadons an^ftriclur;^ from ah. ill-cored,- rfriretiopulfe* gonprtbcta? tarianclesi fif\ ari� in peril-flee, partial an j total f�fp|>VeiS<3ii ii'nej ta* dicaily cured. ; -'',
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