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   Argus (Newspaper) - October 22, 1789, London, Middlesex                                ,1> 1 * .4 L'- ^  - -V1 - ^ * mr        I f _      \ ' t. V "Ik * 1 . - \4 "-7 �i . i" - : - 4& r o now ma r chafed from Hugh} ,. wu,.        contract was not pur-, or Humphry Shergold, bur T the Tw e atre-Ro VAtin; THIS PRESENT " fftot-Aafed thefe TwoTeaVs.') :,    ; '     ; FATHERS. -The   SCHOOL  for Stamp Office, Soraerfet Place, Sept. 26, TTIS Majetly's Commiffioners for;managing 1^- the Stamp Duties, do hereby give notice*� Aatthe foibwfrig arpthe. only Pevfoj** who are duly licenfed by them for felling Tickets in the prefent State Lotteries.      : ^ * r . >�      '-Wheii their Li* idonei, Mr* KELLY } Colqnel Qldbby^ry SyiTT j   J 3^ Branfeo'mb arid Ifaac Gd^mkn^  Sir loha F!ow�dil�, Mr. AIJtlN.      i        I    H�,M>6,�  v > cences expire. yth Aug; 1790 Jenkins fift fitt^ Mri SEDGWIC& }   � Andi Jeifamy, Mr. DODD.    -Xady Mary Oldhoy/by Mw^HOP&INS; Diana, t l.ft J "jenny, Mrs. w*i.ov^ ��"� ->      To which wm#adh^(ribta^:ffiisS^on) .-v    The   H'tJM 0^:r,I S Ti ,/ aift Aug. 1730 J P ioth Aug. 1790 � n . *d Oft. 1790 J 4th.SepC. 1790. i, :6th Aug. 1790 Jamje^B^fcdmb and Ifaac Goodman,, John   Bruckiliaw; Royal ExchanJBC, Cornhill :-^      - ^ Henry] Wsoifey = #yfield ,^nd-, Samuel-, Hawkfworth, Charijig-.croJs. vQeorge^Carr6U' High^ftreet, Shadwell1 ^ jenny, Mrs-YTILSON^^.^^        ,| Lbe/t Clement, Cityp�Bath ,      J   , William-Gallev'and John ^carimote,;   ;r ,    . Tin. Piccadilly - -     v^iWi Sept. 1790 George Harrifon, Piccadilly     -     - i iyth-O^TZga Robert Hazard, Thomas Burhe,arid Ed-^war^Warner^JRbja Corn- , "bin .    -T^.- -. Rithajdriodkcs'aiid* William Norfoa, Sefvanh Mr.-SP�NCE^ 124, Pall Mali .And,Mrs. Matadote, Mrs. HOPKINS. j   hilf    '      - i  . - , ^cferfortheBoxes-tobe taken of Mr. Foibrook, at thel Henry L�!ande, Charing-crofs' * -   - '       Tbeatrti * ; - \    : : : -l-beprge Ltflie; and Wffl, Scott, City pf_ � 'from thisDepoaent, who, for the fake of publ^juftice, � and to difcover the dreadful iniquity, is ready to ftand For- f� ward, and inconteflibiy prove it, as well as to try the me-rits of the cafe upon any legal 5 nveftigarion. �� And this Deponent farther fayeth, that lie is advifed by � legal authority, that fuch contiac^s are not illegal, That he verily" believes they-hare always been fulfilled with integrity- and juftice, and that he is well informed, that the � fiction of an ^ndiclment was conCrived, and confefled cb  efaid THOMAS WOOD, he being con-" iciousthat it had\o foundation in faft, and folely aa^a � device to give-colour to a malicious advertisement to injure � the firm of Shergold and Co. " THOMAS WILLIAMS, Sworn be fore me, ThU 20th day ofOcloh-r,-WILLIAM HYDE; B OO K S. � � r Printed by J. MURRAY, No. ^y Fleet-Street, frbfick,^ HOL>INGSWORTH j; Beauffloftt, Mr, WlLLIAMES}- Blunt, Mr. * 44th July, t/90 45th Sept.T79o 4th Feti i 79^ aoth Aug. 1790- ......� a8thSept. 1790 ayth July, 1790 Money will-be returned 1,1- ^he DooVa to be .open** it Half after Five o'clock > to r.'    Jjegin-atHalf after Six.   ^: OnSaturda^ willreViyed;w^aluratfons, ThfcFalfe Frlead, written by Sir JohaYanburgh. _     _ To which wilt be added the Mafque of Arthur & Emmehne. . Edinbargn a .? John Maddifon> Charin^-crofs      . William Nicholfori, Bank^ftreet, Corn- hill -.,     �        .-T- . * Thomas'Northaii,-New Bond^ftreet pecer Richardfon, Wiljiam Coodluck, ..George 4rnuil� and William Lea, '.No. 104, Cojnhili,and^No. 8,Char- imj-crofs John Shower* New Bond-ftreet   ; Amelia Thomas and Wmr Weft, Fleet-. ftreet 24th July, 1790 44th July, 1790? � � 14th Sept. 1790 13th Junej.1790 10th Sept. 1790 a6th Aug. 1790 T� RENTERSH AR E S. - , -       > "Tiiwi;;r' I-James ThompOn and Son, City of Edin- Lane ve... *  7 Appiy toB. CLteyd's Coffeejwufe CLERGY. and OTHERS. ft 4* mWENTY THOUSAND POUNDS to be 1 laid'ont in ANNUITIES^ Geared or Clergymen's Wngs, and", on the Pay of pffi^er, jn the Guards, Artil-lery.Engineers, Arovy.horfe and root, InValris, Marines antl Ma^v I full It hal/pay. Alfo on Land. Funds, Houto, pJL, .Panfions, Jointures, &c| .fce^WanJed _ xoppl. �r an^umt for :the Buyer's or Seller'^Life J 40,0001. for Sortgage^f Land, at 4i perjeent... Afi^yjeri?naJIy, or by 'imatket;', Henry Webffer," No. 29, FJeeNflreet John Wenham, Poultry Laurence Weft Wenham, and Frederic r Scottj St. Janies'sr ftreet John White and Daniel Forreft, City of �dinburgh     -    -        _ . Jofeph Winpenny, Cjty of Briftol 15th Nov. 1789 1.5th OcT:* 1790 i7th Aug. 1790 �4th July, 179� 7th Feb. 1790. : Stephen Wright, Charing-crofs John Wright,.juh. No. 168,,Piccadilly 14th Sept. 1790 5th Sept. 1790 5th June* 1790 rath feci, 1790 And the Cbmmimoners think it neceflTaiy thus publkkly to ciuSonall^erfons againft buyingorfelling any Shares of Tickets, other:than :(uch as are.legally-damped.j the" Ac> having prohibited^ under "large - penalties, the dealing -hi--Cpancesounder any Pretence or-Device whatever f which may defend on theiontingencyof Drawing the faid Ticket; and alfo the PuBJ-isiriNG Protosals for any fuch pur- pofe. > : --^-iSjKlflasSt SECURITIES wiU*-l*. accented. f;        (|    �    .'r . ; By .Ordar of the?omnHifipners. JOHN j-Secretary A PATENT COOKING FURNITURE, Ci:ftrons Double Block-Tin, are. pure and fweetas Silver, and want no Tinning, manufactured and fold: by G. STRATTON, No. 48, Cornhili> London. � .� , S under, forms a Complete Sett, for Eight Guineas, which Q.-S. engages to replace conftantly with newfjf One Guinea per annum, which will, ba found - (bfcfidcsa Saving in the firft purchafe) oncfourth theeje-. �enctf of tinning-Coppers v   .  m � ,       Six Saucepans and Steam djtto, aSpiceBox, font Stew- *ans, two Soup Pots, Tea Kettle, a Beer Pot^ three Setts of Skewers,.Dutch Oiven,- Cullender, a Turbpt and^Fj^Ket-*   - tie aPottagY Pot, Coffee and Chocolate Pot and Mill, twelve - -Pattrandcwo Tart Pans, Six Spoons, Egg Ladle, Bafter, -Slice, Skimmer, Ladle, Bread grater, Fryingpan, Gfiduon, Waiter, Cheefc toafter, Flour andPepper box, Dripping pan, � -wiEhBeeriusr &c* &c�  ' .        �      * Alfo his COOKERY Si ACHINE, with Kitchen Range,   accept his moft grateful thanks \ and allures them, that their .fi.i'tjiri* orders .'fhair be ftriftly adjiered .to, -well and cxps- ------ n. . c      ^ - .     , . ditiouffy execu^di with  � materials  of the be ft-'quality and ' �f the range.- An elegant ailortment or. St jveGratesaiid; J woykmanfhip, warranted equal, to :thofe that-have the mo ft ifter Stoves, Smokfc Jacks, oh a new principle; and Houfesj J. - Regili *xtravacajit prices.. ronTpTctelyfurniihcd on the lhorteft Notice 3 likewifs- Bells; I^ HaVitfult, complete,,of the beft^fiipef- � eompletely.-hung. � . J '   ftne^ clothe witii gill orrfancy buttons . NJJ. It'^particularly refuelled the Number of thejioufej "swav.ie obi'eryed S IRISH aiui ENGLISH STATE LOTTERY - OFFICE. 4 T" H ODGRS and NORTON, at their State; .Lotttrv^ffic�,:->icenee4i)y,Ga�ernqi�it,. No.: H9* | ' ^Lf" a At^t* oobofite New B >nd Street, are now fr !S"lSS�3rpickets, iikewife Halve,, Q,arta^ : iighths, and 'Sixteenths, in great variety,      :on tne moil rMSSSd at this Office are GOVERN^NT s|-CURITV, being l^ally ttamped with a DIE, containrng the words � Sute Lattery Stamp Othce. - Kriceorlrifh. Tickets and Shares. " A Ticket, at 61. j 5s. may gain   , .SUteem)b; at^s^pd.. A Greats coat Drcfaof the heft (up'erfine cIoth,.with iltpr fancy buttona,made elegant ana>�uU :�: A ditto foraLady.orextra faze':/ A Gentleman's. FrockCoat, ojfthe. beft fuperflne i 'cjbth, with 6Jk/h4t-t ns of the.colour .*.''-~7-:" AOi'tto, with gilt or plated Buttons        -.; A. Waiftcoat.andBrcfiches of tjie beft.filk ot fattrfr'r Florentine   -  -A Waiftcoatof the beft muflin dimity �       * APaitof the beft Nankeen Breeches        " ' . " � .     LIVERIES. A fult of Livery, all cloth   .        - - 1. 4 s. i3 d. o . TO EVERY FEELING MAN IN ENGLAND. The character which has honeftly. advanced to avow the truth, is irreprbachable-very different from that of T- wood..    ; ... ' ; /;;liet this^h^|�aji.how coxr^ forth, if he dare,and" after His irftamous fubttffuge*of spending the public money, in offering pretended rcwara>, rnlet the AQTUAL PARTY., and !tryhi^falfeViabricateji ficl^onof a/ra'uu. *    \-   ' '-' ^h^^Inrerhal vil.raihy.>pracYifed � -" .* ,  . Ye|thi's man has had the addrefs''to extract'money an-hually from the InfuranceiBrolcerS, under fallacious pretences of deluding Government Jiitb. Afts of Parliamentf palrnirig unfubftancialf cu,ities for Licences, and a multitude bffchemcSreqUaiiy em'gv.y and diihoriburable.    .   . .....      - -       - ' � * , , ,'As alaft refourcey he perfuaded them he could make this Houfc the ladder to their wiihes, arid by manufacturing a ihadow of objection, erect upon it a triumphant monopoiy of Gambling Infurance-for thofe whofe purfeswere, and recently have been, open to his, calls. He ha* had TWO HUNDRED POU&DS from t>ne Infurance Office only. , Upon this original fcheme, cemented by a monftrous mafs of.falfehood and impohtion upon Government, this man was.hoitted into the viifion of a fi tu at ion, wherein prudent, policy his nara?>oughttobd thelait to appear.. .-" 'His fti'ftonift was to try.legal Q^ujrkg aud,clu.cane j' here he was Sefeated and difappbinted. "T - Driven xo defperation, a$ his. aljAvas at ftake, he reforted ;tpdielhanie^ ' " "We migrJLt'baye prevented their violence againft thishouf?, jrwehad agreed togiy clrec^uaily* prove, as well 'as the' whole icheipe ii*tended.-THIS MAN'S OFFICE CdULD DO NOTH^G Bli'A lENABLE HIMSELF TO gi.UltD�R 'FOOES7'"AND KNAVES. " '" The conspiracy againft thishoufefew^eveirBankers,could ;fUTinflu|jt^ it has coft theiproprietoT SaSD POUNl)S> which lacking fpirit, they might have quaihed for ONE HUNDRED. 0 much'was Government enfnarcd, that ahove THREE HUNDRED POUNDS of tlw Public money have been weekly la'vi[hed to fuppprt a palpable chicane and perjury. If-we daait in Policies, whicii we do not, all ever fold in this country never reached in ef-left* one-tenth of che expencein the pretended fuppreJlion, where Ten Pounds wcTe ever received far Policies or Chances Ten Thoufandare fportcd for Iniurancei, independent.of the firft being morally innocent and the latter-evidently de-itru&ive. � Added to alL this,-the conducl: of this man has prevented the adtual. fale of the-Tickets, to theinjury of the revenucr ot five times the*amount of his Fruitlefs cxpences: -hc.has eoft the Natipn TEN THOUSAND;POUNDS already. ; Weliavr hadTthe Money ^f-the-'Treafury poured in torrents to contend with, and many of the Newlpapers^mur-. dering bur reputation,,.yet> ihamc'to relate, inexorab.y. ihut a^ainit our vindication. LTuder thif fsvere preHure, a ljeerice;iilega!ly refufed, and� daily reprobated for not bei'tigTicenccd, wc acted with moderation, caimnefs, and,: w^hopei burning' refolucion'.: vWe. chaiien^cd one charge of 'iihoj our or diihjnefty to bepro-daeed during m;my y^ars trial.   It 'cbuid ' not be .doiie. Upon applying to our friends.and pattbiis for references fuppbrt uie Houfe, we.: had above five thoufahd names fub-.. icribed, which may    fecn. '   We offered to convince Government of the delufion p rac -tife�i, and tnac wc were of important;fervice to thi"Revenue.. An.enquuy "wjuld.have.lavea^imnaerife expeuce, and a dread-, fulfesne of infamy never before, tarhtlhing the dignity of^ Public Office,   v :     - r   ' To the Lovers .of LITERATURE, and the FINE ARTS OEMS by Mr. GRAY? to which ar prefixed ah account of the cqnducl: of Mr. MASON .Author of Elfrida> to the Editor 5 a copy of Mr. Cray's iait Will 5 ani the Tears of Genius, a Poem to his Memory._ Printed on a fine Pcpcr, Ciown 8vo. and embclliAed with feven beautiful copper-plates, engraved from Original Dc-figns, by Sherwin, Sharp, and Caldwall, price 4s. *L in boards.      " -     y: J "N.B. A fewcopres of this bcautifulbook areprinted o " large paper, with firft iffipefliona of the plates, price 7s. 6d in boards* r a II. THOMSONS SEASONS, a bealitiful Edition, to which is prefixed, Elfay on the Plan and Character of tbe Poem, by Dr. AlKINj with eight plates iinely engraved by CaMwail-3 from original defigns, fmaif oclavo, 4s. boards III. CARTWRIGHT*s PRlNCEof PEACfi, and other Poems4 with' a beautiful Vlgnettti ^to. 28�6d.' � IV. CARTWRJGHT*s ARWINEj-and ELVIRA, * 'Legendary Tuie, 4to. as^ '        ,\ ' > -V. SONNE'S to Eminent Men, and an ODE to the Earl of 'Effingham, 4to. is. " .ViVThe INJURED ISLANDERS j or, The INFLU-"ENCE of ART 'iip'oh the Happinefe of Nature -with" * ^beautiful Vignette; 4to. as. , � VII,  Dr. LANGHORNE's TALES 4to. 3^.  ~ vVlil. Beautifully printed upon a writing paper, in Crown Twelves,; Vols. I. II. III. IV. and V. of a New Selection of the moftvaiuabie'SCOTn^H POETS, which is in-, tended to be completed in . ighc or ten Volumes*      N " 'Vol. I.'contains-The Works of King James I. the JCing's Quair, ehwJlisvKifk on the Grene, and Peblis to the Pkiy, with Ballads, Introduction, and Notes, and ii ornamented with a very beautiful Vignette, from a deiign .of Mr.'Allan'-s,' and a capital antique Portrait of King James I. from-an original authentic Dewing, in the polUUion of the Earl of Buchan. of FLORA> 4 4 4 x4 6 -1 z 2 3 o 14 �J 5 o 0 o o Our Cafe is the Cafe of every "Man "in. the. Kingdom* Thereis not a Banker or Trader but may be qruihed to p.Loces, .without lawdr jury, by this" moifc alarming novsl fyftem* to which all Excife is hut-aihadow. After "the cruel opprtnloh' We hay.e fuftcred,, we ftiil are convinced that neithev Adminiftracion or the CommilHoncrs of the Stamp^Ollnce, Whorri we'hold jn high refpectj could, knowingly, countenance" fucH abomhiabie .proceedings- and 3 �* z 1z o 6 Ditto, with pluih Breeches -        - * 4 "AThickfet Frock and Waiftcoat . z A jacket aud Waiftcoat of fuperfine dufSeld, from ' jL fos. to al. 2s. 1VRegimentals, TWforras, &c*. made propordortably rea- orpb e.- wicked injaftice.- They haVe "been baiely impoi'ed upon by .1 long concerted train of complicated dsceptian,^in which very many are concerned, and,fuch names' an will not here be mentioned. SHERGOLD and Co. . Begins drawing November 12, 1780." Price of Engiiih Tickets and Shares. L. 2"jOoo 'lOjdcflr 5000 250b; 4 _ L.2 5,00b" 12,500l 6250  '�- 1 A Hfkket* at 16I..-2S may gain Half, ax 21. 3s. / .        .    -Quarter, at 4I. as � Xighch, at si. is. Sitteenth, il.is. ., . Begins drawing Februay ^2^1.790. ^ ;. Msff. HODGES and NURTONi-arntftly hope the.probky ' and honour tha$ ,has difting'uiihed' -ah their; dealings in the '� Lottery tine for THIRTY YEARS paft, and the puymen^ j 'on demand,^ orlan uncommon number 0$^Capital Priz;ei>wilr;'} enfure them a continuance of-the- favours of the Mobility and Public in general^ �   - �". * Theexprefc-'will arrive' at this Office with authentic" ac-xcounts of each.day 9 drawing at" the Irifh Lottery. Ni B. All orders will b.e ftridtly attendedrto, and-every 'bufinefs relative to-.Lotteries and the Polic- Funds executed a cue molt libeiaiand exceniive texms. t CONS PIR ACHf;, UNR A -.    YELLED. vMiddlefcx?- .� THO>\lA> WILLIAMS,Weymputii-\ To. wit J       ftreet* Portland .Place, -voluritaTily maketh" oath and fayeth, that on.the 26th day of Aueut laft, bnc. . THOMAS WOOD, who calls himfelf .'InTpeclor of Lot. H tery Offices, came to him, (this deponent) and purchased 'certain contract or -u-.idertak"ngt N ). 7S86^"as-Mince de-*s fcribe.4 aji^ Avprn to-be purchafed by him, the faid THO. MAS, WOOD, onjthc day,above-mentioned... That the "i�Vfa\d THOMAS WOOD minutely enquired>nd- was rJien. �,informed, the name of this Deponehf, whottt he afters*j f< wards caihd upon1-feveval itirnes,- and has perfect Jcnuw-if .fedge of his nune'and perfonv      ,    � -    ��* - �,   ai?-�i^ff.manother grefs-fa!fehood33 have peremptorily fworn, that.he-pure 1 fuch contiacTrfiom Hugh, Htfnry, or Humphry ShergoJd, at the fame time well knowing it was faife,- and thate had piirthaledit from this deponeacanduo one clier and N. B. The whole Controverfy, in few w^rds, iathus * By ths beft advice we are warranted in a Construction of the Ac*b of Parliament, which is- npt .ps'rfeclly agreeable j w fome perfons who hate too lon^ been in habits of con -s fiderin^ their arbitrary will to be a" law thst muit not be tdifp.uted. / , When it manifeftly appeared that we Were^right, vengeance1 fuperfeded legal exertion.   A' Perftn  npwriouliy ]n.amous and unprincipled* h& been empljyed to^ ftake the public money againft private property, and even to commit perjury, in a tram of violent p^rlonal.abufe and unfounded Calumny,, not only againft us, butagainir/priVat^GentfemcnourfriennF, extended through ail the Ncwfpapers in England, with the fcheme of weighing i|s down by the expeace of refutation* ;    I t'. , : -:: l . Had this Malignity been applied- to any ho'ufe of lefs ftringtfi. and refouuees, it .muft have completed Its ruin, "f tiere .is nu.. Houfc, no-Banker, nuTrader, againft whom^ it miy be.practiled. ,     \ Itmjift forcibly ftrike every one, thatthis Houfe rlngly and alone,* is', the marked pb}&�fc of-vindictive fu'ry. , If any doubts of the pirecife legality, have been ftarted-^as-tb'the cngagC-m-ntt, its honourable^integrity in lulSlling thsm is the in >re confpicujus, and is-umver.jlljr admitted to be exsm-pkary zni beyond Cenfurc. . - - '' " "' - *~ . : . i B.ui other Perfons, of whofe Htegalky there is no doubt, �yho neVer.attempted to obtain Licenfis, and worfe.than 4li, wttofe intxiations^ Hk^WOOD'sio his, own Infurance Of--nc^, are n^torioufly $Y threw the la viiit and d^mp,are wjnkcd at, to prey upoatfw'uhtfary without any;'aittcai' Vol. II. contains-Poems of Gawin Douglas, viz. The Palace of Ifonour, Prologues, and a Glofiary to the -bbfolett Words; embclliflied with a beautiful and "authentic Portrait of -fames II. Rex Scotorutn. Vol. III. contains-Original Memoirs of Gawin Dowg-lafs, from-'a MS. in the. potfeflion of the Antiquarian So-fiety, and Dunbar's Poems, from the" Bannatync, MS. em'belirmed'with a beautiful engraving from a Drawing by Mr. Allah. - ' r , Vol. IV.xohtains-Ramfay's Gentle Shepherd, aPaftorai Comedy, with five elegant engravings. '. This. Work is.CDndudted under tlw infpecVion of the firft Literary Characters, in Scotland, and will be completed with" all proper difpa^c.h. . 1 ;IX.. PERRY's. ROYAL STANDARD 'ENGLISH DICTXQNAR Y: In'which the Words are not only rationally divided, into Syllables^, accurately accented,-their.parts of Speech .properly diftinguiflied, and their, various ii^nific?- -tions arranged in one line, but, likewIleV^'y a Key to this Work,- coinpriung the Varipus founds of the- Vowels and Confonants, denoted by tyjpographical characters, and iiiu'-%,-trated by exainples, which render it intelligible to the weak Jfc Capacities; it exhibits their true Pronunciation, according to. the- ptefent ;Pwfti.ce pf Men of Letters, eminent Orators, and Polite Speakers..oFLondonj MPoa a,plan perfectly phin and'ehltirely new* To which U prefixed, a comprehensive Grammar of the Engiiffi Language. 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