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   Argus (Newspaper) - October 21, 1789, London, Middlesex                                ^  #*�   *" F *    * -     * _ ft. s . - * w r r J ,   L  * i        - J j � "l � h     r .       F* F  ��   1 ' J. BER IQw   , \ - W E:I> N E S DAT, TOBER 21 j   I r   p- ,I.CE.. ence penny^ -     j - 7 h r v X r-i ^ isr e* -    % -Lank     '   'THIS fRESBNT.EVENING, -Will be revived,'with alteration^, a Coniedy called THE FALS.E  FRIEND. J (Written" by Sir John Variburgh.) . With new.'defies and decorations.     _ The Characters by . Wr. EEMBtE, Mr. B ANNISTER, jun. , Mr. BARRYMORl>,Mr, R. P^LMERj Mf. PACKER* andWr. ilWROUGHTON. To which will' be added the Maf^ue of - e o m u s. ' Comus, Mr. WROUGHTON, And Euphrofyae, Mis. CROUCH.   (       :; ' accompanied by Mr coven r    ^  i>. J T Covent-Ga:Jvi>fi^-Tttea*itb-RoyAt, THIS 'EVENING*   ' Will bewefented (fixth time) a new Comedy, caneJ.- 'Tke  .J> RAM  A, T 1ST ' Gr* Stop Him who can. ,     v   ,.     . The. .Chapters by , *       LEWIS, Mr.; QglCK, Mr. EDWlfT, Mr.  BLANCHARD,   Mr. THOMPSON, Mr^ MACREAl>Yj Mr, HQLMAN, Mrs. WELLS* Mrs. WEBB, ;   Mrs POWELL, and Mi ft BRUNTON., The Prologue to:Be fpoken by Mr/BESNA'&DV ' Aod the Epilogue by^Mr. LEWIS. ^oftheComedyJaNEWrTAMBORiNE DANCE, By Mr. BYRNE.andMrs> .GOODWIN.: ;; :   ;: Towhich will be added, (nob aftedthis Seafon) the'Comic  Optra of     "r - / F.OR THE BENjEFIT OF  - Meff. CABANELS and Mrs. CONNEt* At AST 1 * ;        R O Y.A L   G ROVE, And AMPHITHEATRE, WESTMINSTER,BRIDGE, r^pHIS prefpht WEDNEDAY; OCTOBER An Extraordfnary DifpJay of EN T E R T A I N M E'N'f S. A New Comic Song, by Mr. JOHANNOT, called- � The Old Maid's Defcription of Lovers/V Concluding with the Fortunate COACHMAN of HIGH-. J Being h� Fourth Appearance in Petticoats. A $ew Mufical Piece, called, The ENRAGE J>_ M U S I GI A N. T^e.Mufic, by MrvGEBQT,   . Johannot; Old Feignwell^ Mr. Fox; Feignwell, Mr.De Caftro;, Lawyer, Mr. Wallacjc,' '*v^:ndLScapinrAI'r.Cohne]l. Lucy, Mrs^ Henley 3 >nd Fluretta, Mrs. Saunders.   � , H OR S EMANSHI P,     . By YOUNG ASTLEY, and his Pupils. T  U  M  B  L  IN G,   ' :" _by a capital Grbii^ � ' : A Grand Difplay cf the BROAD SWORD onHorfebac^ with all. the different Guards made ufe of by *1 tift Light Troops in this Kingdom,^ witf that of real Aclioo, hy Mr. GRIFFIN. The   SIEGE of the  B A S T I L E; Difplaying one of the grandift and moft Extraordinary'  .Events that ever appeared,       . , :.|, Grounded on. authentic Pafts j in which will be in trod uccd i    A GRAND MODEL of-PARIS ;     ' With fevcral Additions, by Mt, ASTLEY, fen. Jinee his ,' .   ,, Return from, PARIS : Particularly a STRIKING RESEMBLANCE in WAX, > ofthe HE AOS TSf ' .   . M�nf; �e LAUNAY, Governor of the BaftHe,     " And Monf. Dc FLESSELLES, the Prevot des Marchands . ;.     '    , of Paris; . at a g.-eat Expence.- Mr.    A   D   A   M   S ; Will whittle the NOTES of VARIOUS BIRDS, and a favorite Piece of MUSIC, in a-furprifing Manner. �. 5 A NEW MUSICAL PIECE; called. The   ROYAL  NAVAL   REVIEW  DEVONSIilRE and CORNWALL  LOYALTY. With the furpr.fing Manner of Managing the Ships, t   L T-T-w  ng' &Cl and the ftvorite Sdngs, hytbp-FEMALE ROWERS, and Mr. JOHANNOT- ' And, for th.s Nrght only, being the Second Time thefe . v- -(f:Lfour Years, The TAYLOR RIDING to BRENTFORD, ROY At    G I R G US. P A L M E R Will haije the Honour to^prefent to-:the^Public 'his, Varjed  Bntertamment of - �    I . T - - A;8^Y.�0-'U- L II E  IvTi1 J    ^ B  AS  T I  L  E. STATE LOTTERY. Starog Officey Sbmerfet Places Seph IS MajeityV eomrhiffioners for managing .^die Stamp Djuti.ci� -dp-' hereby give .jiotice, .that the foilowing- are* the only Pei fan? who arc'duly liceuled by therA * : -I- for felling- Tickets ia the prefent.-State Lotteries-.- ' When their Li*. . T the ROYAL CIRCUS,; St. Gsorge's .,    Fields", �% tfl'S   -E V E N I N G,      , EE A TS  of' H; Q R S E M:AN SHI Pf : By HUGHE Si and his' inimitable Pupils. After which will be produced; an entire new Piece, in two ;- ' -..Parts, cajicd   \        /:       '; :;fTfie., N:A V        ; R JE V I E :~ Ory Royit Tour to Plymotftt v. 4. S. i * Formed oh3^riieft JV^ajefties ExcJUrfiony,containing a moft . beautiful and magni'^ient Diiplay- of ch^ Naval Review and ^Engagement'm Plymouth Sound, on Tutfday,, Auguft the ,1 ?8th, with a ^rand, corre�kyahd chara-cieriitic Representation lj of the whoie of the very vk\hg and fingtilarly intetffting. PR! O  C  E  S s ION, that preceded their..Mtajefties and thePrihcefle^ arranged in the order in 'which- it actually took place. -        , . L eu;tenantf Gable, Mr. CliEMSON j: '"'. Farmer Coodman,* Ivlr. Mallet 5 Enfign, Mr. Kenr'fclcj ' 1 Midihipman, Mi. Atkins j'Ciump,: Mr.;Meadowsj -1 .Matthew, Mr. Folate,    . | . Mwrha/MifsCcmifti" and Maria,,Mrs; LEFFLERi    -        :" " The Scenery, MuGc, Drefles, and! other...Pecoradpns entirely new, the Mufi'c compofed by. Mr; Chapman. Mr. PALMER will deliver his Whixhiical, SatiricaU Serious and Coflaw L t. I A& delivered by him, at the Lyceum, in the Strand, with ... great applauie.- Before,the Entertainrnent, Mr.,palmer will .deliver an, occa,-. iional Addrefs, written by Mr. Bellamy., ' After which will be pretested (for .the eighth Time) Jahieairah'ftomh"'. and Iiaac Gbo'dmari. Holboin -    �-'� '        ,( ; ^^^^^ James BraiifcorrlV and Ifaac Goodman^ No.'4,*GornhilT-        :       ,     ",  ; John   Bnickihaw,   Royal Exchange^ -Cornhill /     :      _  "     , - Henry Wooifey -Byfield ' arid Samuel-. Hawkfwortb, Charing-crois-  George Carrol, Higiuft�eet,' Shadwdl John Caffin, City of Brjftoi Robert Clement, City of Bath \yilliam 'Galley and' Tohh BeaV'dmbre. Jun. PiccadiHy      � -V:> ^ Ge6�ge Harrifon, Piccadilly Robert Hazard^ Thorms Burne*, and ^Ed-  ward Warner,'Royal Exchange, Corii--   hill. .   - .   .        , Riph&d\8o�fges and William Nortpn, . Nov 149, Oxford^lreet >.     4 William Hodges No. 114, Pall Mall . Thomas KrirnibyjCornhi 11 t* J�^n Jqhnlpn, Pope's-hcad-allcy, Corn-hill , ; . � fienryLalande/Charirtg-crofs George LeiHe -and Wm. Scott; e'ity of Edinburgh . a John Maddifon, Charing-crofs- '    .    v William Nieholfon, Bank-ftreet, Corh^ hill : ;  No.. 104, Cornhill, and No. .8, Char-.ing.crofs John Shower, New BoHd-fireet ' ^   ; AlfrelijL Thomas and.;WriiV Welt, ^leet- � . .. ftreet : .: ,r.     -    ... cences expire*. - 7th Aug. 179*- � - sift Aug. 1790 �1 m �oth Aug. 1790 r r   RESTORER of HUMAN MATURE ; COMMONLY CALLED, FOTHERGEL's NERVOUS CORDIAL DROPS. � 4 a >T?HE acknowledged-'Mjsrfr, and Twenty Years Jt .Reputation which-D^. FREEMAN has experienced, -Iswiuaif?fingFotJ^ergcra Univerfal Nervbu^CordJalDrops, preclude the neceffity ofi-pomppuvadvertifement j equally unneNccfTary would be vi culogium on the* great number of cures he has perfected with this falubrious Panacea (aftei the Faculty had left-their patients in defpair.)- This unparal--feled analeptic "arbitrary-nervous remedy, is pronounced to be'. aTpecific inpalpi tattons pf the heart, the moft' diftrafted dif-eaft^of the Ixead, defpoatfing.thoughts, ftartings, rlts/lofs of immediately report) tr. MR. YElLDALL's happy diicoveiy of*coaTi centrated Magnetic. Effluvia,'has been..productive . of fuch wonderful effects in the cure, of moft'Uifeifgs incident to the. human body,  withaat takiftg of Medicines, or giving .the leaft pain or inconveniency, that he has, at the requeft pf.feveral Ladies and Gentlemen who would' wiih to become his patients at the Wrfft end of the town, taken afJoufe, No. 43, Leicefter Fields, where thofe that. Jive contiguous may apply everyi Monday,. Wednefday, or Friday,''from iiine in "the morning until ei^ht at night. /Coaftant attendance is alfo give.n?at,his' hpuie, No. 38, Moorfields, every.Tuefday, T^mirfday, and Saturday. _-.NotwithftaHdingf.the Happy effects produced by the Magnetic ErBuviai in almoft- every -difeafe, the terms are the moft reafonablei Six applications at the houfe One Guinea, Or two vifite at the houfe of a patient with his Magnetical Apparatus, fd conftructed as to be ppriablc in his own coach. ^ James Thompfoh and Son, City of Edin-. batgh    ,        - Henry Webfter, No. 29, Fjeet-ftreet John Wenham, Poultry Laurence Weft Wenham, and Frederic Scottv St. JamesVftreet John White and Daniel Forreft^ City of Edinburgh �      _       . Jofeph Winpe.nny, City of Briftol Stephen Wright, Charihg^crofs John Wright, juh> No. 168^ Pidtadilly And the' Commilftoners t^ink'* it neceflary. thus, publickly to caution all perfons agaimlr buying or felling aay Shares of Tickets, otherthan fuch as are .legally ftamped 5 the Act having prohibited, under large penalties, the dealing in Chanexs under any Pretence or. Device whatfocver ; which may demand on the contingency of Drawing the f_:d Ticket, and^aifo the Puflx-lSHtNG ProFosals for any fuch par* pofe. N>.-.. By Order of the Commiflxoners. . N JOHN, 6RETTELL, Secretary* Office of I_i$pe.ctor. of Lottery Offices at \ the.Stamp Office in London. FIVE. GUINEAS REWARD 1 INFORMATION having.been received; that .noiwithftanding the repeated Cautions from, this Office*. feveral Perfons have dared to fend many Thoufands of Illegal Shares or Chances, in the Lottery, for Sale-in" the dirfer- - - i    t       c -   i u-    r o    i    , � -r, r i ent. Country Towns" in Great Britain: Notice is hereby �dJJemohbQn of thkti�rrid Sepulchreof.�Peop|e the Baf-    ;ven ytJt^nthereof are ,ijb^ �o bfi immediatei^ tile/   The dreadful. MafTaere of the X.t.zens that firft l^dVd punifc.cd asRoguesand Vagabonds, and thatFlVE GUINEAS reward.will be paid.on.-Convjction of arhy PerfoA who ftiall be apprehended in the Act of felling any Shares cr Chances in the Lottery, that are not ftamped with the Die containing the words '�* State'i^ottery, Stamp Office." And-whoever .will give Information at this rOffice of the Names .and Places of. Abode of any peifon fo offending, it will becfteemed'a favour,'and their Names fhallbe keptlecrct. With, for .the 3d 6me, the INTRODUCTION of Mr. PALMER1, the whole7of the "affecting Story of Matilda' and her Father, asreUted atPaiis, and other incidents foiiried from authentic accounts recently received from thence1. Together with an entire jicw; and exact reprefentation pf the BAS- J TILE, aid the fortifications thereof, on "a grand and ex-- tenfive fcale, which the Manager has brought, forward at a very considerable expepce, as fume acknowledgement of the very fplendid and uncomrnon encouragement, the above rr aoeai&ry, apoplexies, Su Vitus s dance, reftlefs nights, re-      nt -d . a., u^-.t   in l' ^-om-j H u ^r .    �i 4  rx       -r     .j'�c   u. 1 l        j �-m-fc- �*      A boos wili be opened at the^Maentitiiine Dif- laxattous from mifcarnages, orjdiincu t labours* debilities ,�,/��...; j g-u�\     j vnt i     *u   ,   . 5 >____�:.-.     ....i_:^U      ____  -1 1-  "     r__, pen/ary, Leiceiter*neids:  and a Cfcrk. will attend to en- trom a ctirltinuance i'ri hot^climates, cholic pains from ob-ftrufted^wiivt, fpafms from an irregular influx of vital heat � into* the affected mufcles, ^anomalous gout> and rheuma-tifm, bilious diforders, and-emaciated and.debilitated con-flitu'tjons, &c. -     � v 3- r penfary, LejceAer-rleids; and. a CJerk. will attend to enter the names of, and. give letters of admiflion to, fuch poor: as are not able,-to. "pay: No recommendation will* here tjui red, but poverty and "difeafe Read the Doctor?s Letter tp. Nervous and Hypacondriac Patients, with a lift of ciire$/'^ce^iV.7:They.:are^''.De had of the "Doctor,. No, Hartton Garden 5 Mr. Drayton,-Per&mjcr, No, j\^ennk�ftrcet^iBHh j'a'nd Airs. Tfhompfru,- Perfumer, in Viiie-ffree^-'BriAoJiia-bottles,.of"2zs."xx.-6d. and^sievt. /. . The very potent efficacy-pf this; remedy-,..maybe rtlkdoh by the following extraordinary "cure. 1 By th king*s Royal Letters Patent. LA N G MEAD" To pr. FREE WAN, Hatton Garoen. SI R, , w No. 22, Standgate-ftreet, Lambeth, Jane 4thi 1.789. patent GRATE, and KITCHEN FURNITURE warehouse, ; RU S S 5�L L -STREET,- CO VENT - G A^DEN,; And^t his MANUFACTORY, '   GO a W� L L . S T R E E T-ROAD. v * y J.  LAN G MEAD, Refpeftfully, informs -the Nobility . Public .in general, that he lias 'juft'finiftied ntAffortmeht.'of GRATES-on his PATENT -   fVthe fake of doing jufticje to your extraordinary ahi- J a Very elegant ^jt^s a Pby&ias, as wdl:arto inform the ehe^ies-^ PRINCIPLE, and. Kitchen' Furniture, of e.vtrv Kind;. aiAl.c ;� ^w T------1-� ^- REGISTER  STOVES,   and   STOVES  for  warming' "CHURGHES',:-HALLS,^ci on the;moft Improved Prlh-. ciple f Thofe who want any kind-of Grates,, Kitchen Furniture, ifa'panneM-Goods/Tea-TJrns, jCuclcryi *&c. by applying at lis WAREHOUSE,, wilLhave'their choice of an elegant AiTortment of thei.above Gogdsy-and be ferved full ao per Cent, cheaper, than at [any retale Ironmonger's \nLondoa9 :bein^the real Manufacturer hjmfelf. * ':. ,.. Lari Lie pwctitionew'.. in* that fciencej that they.mould'nVt Be too precipitate to.eeofure .ingenious:3Hd honeft- rhen'v 2 do hereby inform the afflidied, and thf public in gene-' ral, of the moft  furprifing cure \in the iqvown world* per-1 /ected by .your advice, together with your'FAlTHERGELV NERVOUS CORJDJAL DROPS : Mr�. Mitchell-was recommended to you, when Ihe'could not get up In her bed to-be drefled, nor e^ven bear the making of aVoach, but was carried toydiirhbuftja'iuie'dan, chair, 'with'.aljf the. horr-occjf �n expected approaching iiearji! She had a Violent-, nervous /?ver, palpitation 0/jthe.-hearts diftraAed in her6�ad/f9ar&-Jy any reff night. pr. dayj coatraual pain in her  hack,]-the bloody-flux, a continued weaknefs for thirteen yejars, mprlly kept her bed the tw^o iaft yearsj'and, in fact, her ^hole frame h�carie a* m^re^'Ikeleto'n j and after tlie attendance of Sir RicVrard Jebb^tbelkve theri theKing's Phyficia*,*and-D^      Itom-' . .8   8 and; i';   Mouldings, from.   , 5 .5   o to y inaiviauari\v^s ac-; pCaft Iron . ditto,  very handfome " ^ .. � . � ^na'mted with Jrour knowledge in Mediciffe',as'weii'ai'we are, ,t _ "patterns", fto'm,'   , ..        ' wr*s Sir/Your very obliged, ano^S5ft bumble Ssr^nr^- v vl '  Sx?okcy chimnies ,d�redi:.: m^/yn^y* pafledthe Drawbridge-^The Execution of the ;Govcrhor and Major-The Whole of the feveral Military Enga'gements and Proceifions on that and other Occafions; together with the Proceedings that gave Freedom to the Empire of France. The Speech delivered July 19, to the French Troops, by Monf* Moreau de St. Merry, on the Deflruction ofth Baftile, by Mr. Palmer 5 In the courfe of the Reprefentation, the fojlowin DifpJay...of SCENERYy. painted, on purpofe for the Piece, by Mr. CAPON, AGrandPerfpective-yiew of the PQNT NEUF, in PARIS, With the Equeftrian Statue of Henry IV. Anew View of the Outfide of the BAST1LE and Draw- ~        bridge. A PicturefqueVi�w of the Infide qf the BASTILE, � With, the various INSTRUMENTSof TORTURE, , The different Gratings', Dungeons, and Cells, from which the feveral miferable Objects made their emancipation* A View of the Entrance to the-Place de Dauphin,,near the PontNcuf.      - � -   The whole to, conclude with   * BRITANNIA feated in her. TRIUMPHAL CAR, .S ipporting two Grand Tranfparent Portraits of 7, The KING and QUEEN if GREAT BR JTj4lN. The Mufic compiled from the moft eminent French Mafters, and Songs arid Recitativescompofed b^Miv CHAPMAN. Henry Du Bois, with additional Scenes, (3d time), Mr. PALMER, Marqujs de .Launay," Governor of the Baftile," (2d - time) Mr. Meadow?,: Qjfficer,; .Mr. .-Clcmfpn, Count Vidoniv Mr. Follet, jun. .Marquis ^de la : Fayette^ Mr. Thomfoh; Grand Baillic, Mr. Mallet 5 Herald, Mr� Atkins j Matilda's Father, Mr. Chapman. Britannia, with a -Song in Character, Mifs CEMMITT,   . .     And Matilda, Mrs. LEFFLER..   .    . .   , Guards, Militia, Citizens, Villagers, Executioners^ &c. The  Doors tj be opened at a Quarter paft Five, and to- . . begin at a Qgattei-paft Six precifely. \m    Boxes 3s:^-Pit is.-Gallery is. Places for the Boxes to be taken of Mr. REID, at the Stage door.  . The Public are moft refpectfully informed, that, for the remainder of the Seafon, the Doors will be opened at a t. WOOD, Infpactor of Lottery^ Offices* OFFICE of- INSPECTOR of LOTTERY OFFltESk at the STAMP OFFICE, in LONDON. TO THE PUBLIC. WHEREAS Henry Shergold pHry Shergold, alias Hugh Shergi 1 , alias Hum- r gold, late of Lom- bard-ftreet, -London, -ft'ahds'indicted for a fraud* in the County 6f Middlefex"in obtaining a furri of money, by un-wfully felling a certain paper writing, partly printed and   � partly written, purporting- to be an acknowledgment of hold- L ing in truft apart and lharc of a certain Ticket, No. j'SSGj ing the Irifli Lottery, 'not being poflelled of the f Jd 'JTickft, aad whereas by various advertifements from the olfice of .Shergold and Co. it is-confefled thnt no fuch perfon as H* Shergold, figne.l 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 perfonatx die faid Hi Shergold 5 .and whereas no licence has b^en granted to'aiy perfon of the name of Shergold, i6 fell Tickets^and Shares ; all Shares, Chance^ or Agreements/ figned with that name, as they cannot be ftampt with the - words " State Lottery* Stamp Office," arc impolitions on -the Public, and the fellers puniihable by'fine and irh^rjfonrhent: Notice is hereby given that whoever rriay be in pofletfion of any fuch unftampc papers, have ,ni> lecuriry for their money j and therefore the Public are cautioned againft purchaiing any fuch, or any ' other illegal Chances,. Shares,-or agreementsvin' the'lottery f-and all Juftices of/tlje Peace, Mayprs, Bailiffs,. Con(la �.iaid in a.Jar^.and. fAiHioiable'.af^ fortrneiit of fancy Cqpd? for the ptefehtScafon, wh ieipig accommodated oh reafonah&termg/ fey-ftreetj Sou'thwark >- Mr.: Hbliandj organv.huild^, St. \ ;��!W�w**--Hab]itei H^oit-C^s,*Oendrinteii1frClotiM99r-Aa,3� James's - GreetMr Lucas*  bookfeller,.  Qdeen^s Row,   in:^&vcom^etcjlih.dm^ > Knightfbridge; Mr. SchabracqV:Twelve-.ciftle Alley, Corn-   ' _   A %-%^'ttie.foUd^ng.Articles ready-madfl-: hill 5 Meifrs. Shepperfon and'Reyhoids, No. 1^ .OxforB-    _ Gentlemen^ Morning and Dreffiftg. Ghpne, ftreet; atNo. 9, Lltchfield-ftreet,.Solioj. Mr. H. Khn?�,   v^at CMt4,:^enae%n*s^Pny)ngCoats; 'Coaoi   ^   "  ' Waiftwafs, pa the>iQWeft"tena3,   " ^ r.'f 4 No. 9, LiKhRemUceet,. Splio'j. Mr. Hi Kim?*, S?*?'-GmitemiiKtbrlving CSwts; CoaohftienXB^x -    * Danvers-ftrcet, ^ Ghslfea   and, 'at; the-. Qb.mpanyfk Office-j swle Waiftcoats, Servants'' DuMlUd ^Jackets and     /   

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