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   Argus (Newspaper) - October 23, 1789, London, Middlesex                                 b� ITh b at*e-Roy A1* Will be ptefented : K 1 K G . R I d H    III.   - '    '  . � Kftffc Richard^^ItSRI^V,    '     7   Mr. fcV ATT \ 7' tidy Aiine^M* WTP.i Duthfft of - Y-otki Mr? �..PI'ATT ) �. POPE. irhtreBj given, i - npHAT; onfe new- tIGHr HOUSEjs built JL ' ofl-tbe Wami of PORTLAND* to-%e ufedtinttead of the Southmoft of,the Two fqrmer Lighr Houfts, upon Whkh a Light is exhibited, on a hew principle. j .:>:: The-^rpiftUf ^cftihg Seufe -is in order to JAfi^y? Aips, between the Shambles, anidie Race of Portland. J. Ships-Pafling'In the day time and Wing oceaiipn to jpnAn-topordahd Road, n.eed oniy.to bring.the Newjf-ight Houfe, ron ifith the Did tforthrobft Light ttoufe, and keeping thofc rnwkfc on,"may ftand within two cables*-length, of the ;   STATE .LOTTERY. Stamp O'ffice, Somerfet Place,Sept.       X7S9. IS Majefty^ CoinmiiEoners for managing-' the Stamp'*Dutie*s,-'Wrcby give notice, that the' following are the orily FerfjnS who are1 duly licenfed by them for felling Tickets in theprefent State Lotteries*: - When their Li- � James Bran fcomb and I fa a c Goodman, Holboin - -  '/' r James Branfcomb and Ifaac Goodman, N0.4, Cornhill - i . John   Brnck/haw, �� Royal. Exchange, CornhiU  '      - - , 1 - Paffing in the tiYght-time, by Sringing the two .Lights in An* lie Queen. Tfl! which will be ad&d tbe Burletta of D     AS. I Mid�.^'ED.WJNj. , Silerio; M^PAVIES;; ' P^, Mr-REEVE j ..          '  Pa^taSsMr.ROGK^^Jfipiter- Mr.UARtEVj , r^nd Ap'bllo, Mf. JOHNSON. / D4phne,.Mrs. 1*4AHTifR j . .Myfis, Mrs. webb,- Jun>, Mifs STU ART i AndNyfa," Mrs tfiejr'gei within the above diftance from thelRqrc, ikfeyinay run-atong the lahd;^ tUl thjy lofe-ilght of th�.New jbTght, and then bypeering N.N. .E.^ndN.. by 2, tljey may g�fij}to jbod anchoring ih clevea or twelve fathoms, water.; R O Y A L    C 1 R C US. Mr. P A M E R ; Will Kavetfie Jibnour to ^refent.to the Public his Varied ,:       EhtertaTnirient of ' GEORGE and BLUE BOAR INN, HO L B O JIN, - �" Set out the following -'Carnages, *j OLYHEAD Aew POST-COACIf� JtraveZs Jfl :by^dayi fets out every: tfibfniti% ac five o'clock pre-xifely, through Oxford, Birmingham, and Sirewfbury;*: to carry four Infides and three outfides 5 dine at Oxford, fleejp at Stratford upon Avon, breakfafl next morning At Birj-mingham, fleep at Shrewlbury, andlilanTOoft the next even> ng; and arrive early at Holyhead the next day, from Whence-proceeds the Packet for Dublin without delay.      \ NEWCASTLE, = rBDINBURGH, and ^LAS<50W� ftoyal Charlotte Poft-Coach, every night at Seven, din^ at ^ewcaftlV the fecohd day, allow one night's reft, and arrive at*Six^*dock next day. / DOVER MAIL.COACH,.fets out every night �;Seven tfcloclc, guarded throughout \ carries onljf four Iniipeg, and *ne Outfide. -'"i POST COACHES, DILIGENCES, and MACHINES; �every-Night and . Morning, with ^odd convenient1'f9r( ittggage.-. .     .   � ;y MARJ3ATE and RAMSGATE Ppft-Coachcs and Di-agences, every Morning and Evening* BUXTON' and MANCHESTER new Poft Coach, every Tuefday^ TburCiay, and Sunday afternoon, at three , o'clock, fleepa *t Buxton next night, and arrives at Man- V .  BATH and BRISTOL. nc^v ind comrrtodious Poft. CSoache'si do-carr^ Jourlnfideland two Out^de'Paflfengers, . fets out every mbmingat acjuarte'r'paft'Pive b'Clock, Suh-day.excegwd, called the.Flying Mercury, with Jour horfes all the wayl gels^oTBath punequally at nine at night. Places fcobked throughout to Briltol, Moridayj^ Wednefday, and Friday mornings, and arrives at'the Pelican at 10 o'clock the fime'night.   .   ,  Aifo, jthe ROVAL BLUE COACH, ftts out eyery Afv 'terhoo'nat Three o'clock,; and will breakfaftat .Batlr next' XDpining;.   A  Company may be accommodateS with a Coacbat their own .time, arid taken up at their own Houfe, Von reafonabieterms. 'Tfhe Coaches call at the White Bear,, Piccadilly.   :- ]"[� ' ^ STAMFORD,. STILTON, 'apd St."NEOTST original �Coach, :Overy.night at-nine o'clock.    .' >� 'OUNDLE and THRAPSTON Coach, Thurfday and Sunday night, at half p*ft eight. - � ' ' *     * - BRIGHTON atijiv^EWES cdmmo^ipus Poft Coach; every morning, at a quarterbefore Six, Sundays excepted. NEWMARKET, WALDEN, and LINTON Coach,; ; TuefSay, Thurfday, and Saturday* morning at Sixv  Good > conv&iience/or luggage.   '       /      .   * HARROW^QACH; eyerf afternopnat fouro^clock. Carriages b   Dover, Margatr, Ramfgate� Canterbury Deal; Bach| ind Briftoi, may be %tzd oh the' ifixnrteft notice,, fets out whatever time wiihed for, arid the paflengers taken, up at their own houfes.       - -; N- B. Every care will be paid.to parcels^ fcc.fent by any; of theabovecarriages 5 but the Proprietors giy_cJ this notice thsy will not be accouritable for any article of above five pounds value, unlefs fpecifiesfc at the Ume*dclivered| anrl"  � Infiirance paid. V   � Henry Woplfey Byfield  aind- Samuel Hawkfwortli,- Charing-crofs ;George Carrol, High-ftreet, Shadwell JohnCaffin, Cityof Briftol � tandre-tK^ arxd John Beardmore, 1 ,, .    - -       -   --� '--vt- 1 ;: jun>PiccadiHy;  - -  - a- George JEjarrifoni Piccadilly Robert Hazard, Thomas Burne, and Ed* . ward Warner, Royal Estchange, Cornr *    I  ��t tilW KVUU *iiwjiuixi>5 J** ww,i*.**.v. .......--------------      a   � - *-   ,_mA .  O   J \   1       -   v-        y : 4      hill - - - - � � Richard.Hodge?[and William Norton, ' No. 149, Oxfordiflreet . Wi Iliam Hodges ^ i 24, pall MaU .Thomas Horn/by,- Pornhill' * John Johnfon, P^peVhead^alfey, Corn- Henry L'ajande, Charing-crofs   George Leffie and "Wm. Scott, City of Edinburgh        v a -  T3; John MaHdifon, Channg-crofs William Nicholfon, Bank-ftreet, Corh- ThoroaR ^Tprthall,. New Bond-ftreet \ Peter Richardfon, William Gobdljick,, George Arriull,-*and 'William .tea, No. X04, Cornhill, arid No. 8, Charing-crofs \    .- ..     V1 John Shower, Ne\y Bond-ftreet * Amelia Thomas and Wm. Weir, Fieet-ftreet James Thompfon and Son, City of Edin- - burgh r  '  Henry Wchfijer, No. ao, Fleetrftreet John Wehh^m, Poultry Laurence Weft Wenham, and Frederic cences expire. 7th Aug. 1790 V 21 ft Aug. 1790 F 1 20th Aug. 1790 2d Oct. 1790 �ixthNov. 4th Sept. 1700 6th Aug. 4790 �6thSepr. 7790 17th OcJ. 1790 teg.rity'ahd juftice^ ai^ that.hejs,well informed �' flclion'of aiij-ridiclmcfir was: cbjiiriVed, anim A S  Y O U  L I KB IT. - B ^ S T I L E. . ' [ T the ROYAL CIRCUS, St,Georce> T H I S,  EVE KING, 24th July, 1790; �     j     ' -      - � r i a � � �- ,ftSth Sept. 1790 4th Feb. 1790 2oth Aug. 179Q � � r 28th Sept. 1790 27th July, 1790 L m 24th July, 17 90 24th July, 17.90 p a. 24th Sept. 2790 13th June, 1790 F E AT S of HORSE M AN SHIP,. By ihd his inimitafelfi Mr. PALMER will deliver his Whimfical, Satirical, Serious and Coaiic � * o L I Oi As delivered by Jiini, ,at the Lyceum, in the Strand, with great'applaUfe.     T  /     - V-'Sefore the EriterUihment, Mr.. Palmer will deliver an occa-fional Addrcfsr written by Mr* Fellamy. � �  *    �      � To wiiich will be added, A New Pantomimic .Entertainment, called. . The DESfeRtER :of: NAPLES; \. loth Sept. 1790 26th Aug. 1790 ^5th Nov. 1789. j;5th 6ft. i 7th Aug. 34th July, 1790 1790 1790 7th Feb.-1790 -4   w Or, Royal .CJeirtency,  . ;Under the Direftion of Mf. PALMER. $he AflTSyDuets,and Chorufl'es, Compofed i^Mr.R'EEYEi Jrh� avcrbre and the refcof the Mufic'by MDNSIGNY^ PHILIDORE, &c. ;�"> 14th Se^t. '1790 5tb Sept.1790 . 5th.June#iy9oj 12th Oft. 1790 Henry, by Mr. PALMER. �   � Skinnift-, Mr.FOLLET, tun. Simkin, Mr. MEADOWS y Louifa, Mad. FERRERE.       fV J' Afttr which will be prefented (For the tenth Time) THr    G  AT  C H C  L U B; ;  Scott, St. JamesVftreet � John White and Daniel Forrefr, City of -Edinburgh       : - '  : O"" I Jofeph Winpenny, City of Briftol Stephen Wrig!it, Charing-crofs John Wright, jun.-^o. 168, Piccadilly And the Commifiioners think it necefla'y thus publlckiy to caution all perfons againft buying pr felling any Shares of Tickets! otherthan fuch as are legally ftaxnped; the Acl having prohibited, under large . penalties,> the dealing in Chances under any Pretence or Device whatfoever j which may depend on the contingency of Drawing the faid Ticket, and aifo %ht PuBtasHiNC Proposals for any fuch pur- By (kiterfthe^opamifljoners..  � JOHN BBjETTELL, Secxeftary. c* falfchoods, have jjeremptorily fworn, that1 he puvchafed " fuch contuaftffom Hugh,' Hendry, or Humphry ShcrgoM, at the fame time well knowing k-yvas falfe,- and that hi had purch'aftii it from this cfepbnent and no oneelfe,, an^ ** who now, maketh :oatb>. that/fuch contract'was nqtpurr > " chafed from Hugh, Henry, or Humphry ShergpVd, but 5'" from this Deponent, who,"forthe fake of public juftic>.r-" and to difcover the dreadful iniquity,*ii ready to fta.nd forward, and inconteftibly prove it, as well as tatty-the merits of die cafe upon-any legal inveftigation." .      i.. -And this Dep^ent farthcr.fayethv.that-he 19 adviftiby" c* legal authorlty,Mthat fuch contiacts are not illegal, That '* he verily,believes1 they have.ahyays ;becn FiilfiVicd withiri- ,that the csnfefled to "be fo by the aiSrefaid THOMAS WOOD, he being con-. fcioitts that.it had- Jio foundadpn in faft^ *and fojely as a �/device to give colour rat a malicious advertifemen^to^injure thefirm of Shergold and Co.  \ � THOMAS WILLIAMS/* T " - Sworn before me>.    , This2crhday of Odbb^r, I7'8r>;    . WILLIAM HYDE.   4 TO EVERV FEELING MAN I� ENGLAND. The charadlfer which his honeftjy advanxed. to avow the truth, is irreproachable-very different from that of T.-.WOOD.    ' "   l' ' Let this bafe man now come forth, if he DARE, and after -hislnfamous fubterfugc of fp on ding the public money" in offering preteri^rewards, meetIhFACWA'L PARTY, and try his falfej fabricated fiftio^of a fraud. The'infernal Villainy;-'ptajfeWed .now fteWitfelf., The perpetrator is* a Portuguefe, rib"Jr under an indictment for a , confpiracy-no Engliflbrhan could be.hired to affsfiihate un- blemimed conduct-to SUBVERT the laws, not to enforce them. / , That a Foreigner, apprehended as a contriver of;the horrible device of purloining a Ticket from the State Lot-teVy Wheel, fuilied with onrcfutcd impeachmentslof every bafe trick finiftar ingenuity could, ranfack, flxou.!d appear with a colour, of authority as a Supervifor, and. Reformer of Lotteries, has atcomlhed the World, and blunted the point of the dagger aimed at our exiiteace and reputation. , .     1 . * Yet this "man has had the addrefs to extract money annually from .the Infurance "Bro'ITers," under 'fallacious pretences of deluding Government;' m:o Acts of Parliament, palming unfubftantial fetmrtties for Licences, and ajnukitude of fchemes equally empLy and dilhonourable. As a laft refource,1 he pcrfdadid tlierh lie could make this Houfe the ladder to their Viflies, and by manufacturing a ihadow of objection, erect upon it a triumphant monopoly'' of Oa'mbling^Infurancefor thofe whole purieswerc, and re-cently have been, open to Ins calls* He lias had TWO HUNDRED POUNDS from one lnfurance Office only! .Upon this original, fcheme, cemented by a monftroua mafs of faifehpod>nd imposition upon Government, this man was hoiked into the vifion of aquation, where in prudent t: "Ptefident, Mr. PALMER; J /  :The Anacteonuc Scrig, by Mr. MEADOWS ; Tfie. Vocal Parts by. Mr-; Meadows', Mr. Ciemfon^ Mr. Mallet^M*. At kin's, Mt- WiUpughby, Mr. Bund, Mr. Odwdl, Mr/CWapmahi and Mr.Kendrick. The:CATCH�$ and GLEES will-be varied every Evening; To which will Office of Inspector of Lo;tt�ry Offices at the Stamp Office in Lonrjon. FIVE GUINEAS REWARD. The T R I U MPH of L I B E R T Y, INFORMATION -baying been received, that iiotwithllanding; the.repeated Cautions from this Office, ii) be added (for the 6jd^Time) an entire new J fev2ral Perfonshave dared to,fend many Thoufands of ille-arid fplendid Ehtertainmentf founded on the fubjed of the j gal Shares or Chances;tri the Lattery, for Safe'in the diflfcr- 'l\ French Revolution, calW 1    J'ent Country Towns (in Great Britairrj Notice'is hereby . given, that the Vinjlefs thereof, are liable to be immediately ) feized and puniflied as Rogues and Vagabocds, and thatFlVE | GUINEAS-reward.will be paid on Gonvictioh of any'Perfon who fhall.be apprehended in the Act of felling any Shaves or Chances in the Lotcery, that are not {tamped with the Die containing the words     Stute IrOtCcry, Stamp Office."   .- And whoever will give. Information at this Off ce if'the Names and^iaces'.of Abcdc of any pcrfon fo nffciid ng, it will bcefteemed a favour, and their-Nahies iha;l be kept i.-crct. .   -/ T. WOOD, The Or, the DESTRUCTION of B   A   ST   I   L   E. With, for the 5th time, the INTRODUCTION of Mr. PALMER, die whole-of .the affecting Story of Matilda 'and he> Father, as related at Pa is, and other incidents foimtd from.'authcncic accounts recently received from thence. Together with an entire nevv, and exact representation of the BASr-"TILE, and the'fortifications thereof, on a'grand and ex-tenfive fcale, which the Manager hus brought'forward at .ai. Very ponfiderable e'xpencCj as (8me acknowledgement of thc^ veryi-ijplendid and uncomjpnon encouragement, the; above, entertainment liai received from thcpuBlic-.j Tke ASIATIC TOOTH-POWDER; f \ � i 4i    _ ^ '9 , ORIENTAL -DENTRIFICE./.. �Exhibiting one of the grandefi^and mpftjnterefting'Spec- tacles that ever engaged,the Feelings, of Mankind ; Including*. amongli a Variety of!other ftriking Matters incident to the: :Event, the.whole of the Plan, Attacfc, Storming, Capture,' and Demolition of that horrid,Sepulchre of aPeopie, the Baf- tUc.    The dreadful WtTacre of the Citizens that firft; ;pafledi;he prawbrldge-^The Execution of t!:e Goverhor-ahd;- jfeor-The' Whole of-the'. feyera) Military Engagements' arid Proceffions pn'that aiiji other Occafxuns 5 together with. ith6 ProccediRgs that gave Freedom to the Empire of France.. ^The'Speech delivered July. 29, to the,French Troops, by Monfi-Moreau de St, Merry, on the Deftruction of the; ;'Baftile,*-bV Mr. Palymet.3       ''j Iri the crturfe of the Reprcfentation, the following Difplay of SCENERY, rJainted on juirpofe' for "the Piece,' � by Mr.iCAPON, ��Vv A Grand Perfpeftrve View of rJ^t PONT N^U^, in PARIS', With theE^uettnan SUtoeof'Henry-lV; A new View of the* Outfide of ^the B^STlLE'and'braw-' " bridge.; -  -. ^iTo.^Jj.Fieetrirrefltj/jaear Chancery^lane, byC '  fole Proprietor, and Succeflor to Dr. Debraw. Clark, 1      w Po'.vder� challenges comparUbn wkhr all others,, as toeflkacy. and-:.fafety --La ufe. �;Tecth,-however fou) and dlfcolourod, wilj, on.a Jingle; trial, acquire, a beautiful white nefs, and be 'dotred' mitarita^oufly of-that . incrustation which expofes Ladies and - Gentlemen W the pernicious practice of having them'fcalcd. This .Tooth Powderhas, not \n HSiCompoCtion, any. acid "to corrode or wear OiF-the^riamel of the Teeth \. and from Jts aftringent quajity; it t^rcngth'eils the gums, and is an 'in-' fallible remedy.Lo prefcrve a. good fet of;Teeth, b'i's prepared from an^lxidran earthly Tubftance, called ^y the natives t Acuara, from which'tliey^alf^extract a Tinfture; and in cafe of a difprderinthe Gums, they apply the Tincture, which will totally eradicate the complaint-, : A Picturefque View of thean/ide of the BASTILE, With the various INSTRUMENTS of TORTURE,. T^e. dtrntrent Gratings .Dungeons, and Ceils, from which the feveral miferable Objects' made their emancipation* A Vic* of the Entrance* to -the- Plate de Dauphin, near the . Pant'Neuf. .      * r . 1 �  . . The-whokto conclude with' - BRITANNIA feafed in her TRIUMPHAL CAR, S ipporting wj GrandTVaiifp'arent Portraits of The KING and QUEEN of GREAT BRITAIN. TheMufic compiled from^the mofteminent/Fr,cnch Mafters, and Songs arid Recitatives compofed by Mr. CHAPMAN. Henry Du Bois> with, addifir>nal Scene1!, ^th time), Mr. ALMER,- Mar^urs de Launay, Governor of the Baftilc, Mr. M^dows, .Officer^ Mr. _ Clemtfpn^.-.Coufjt" Vidoni, P 'Foil �ampn^. pe ipie of the, firft di^ihet/oni has rendered-any.'&d-' vertifing panegyrie unnecef&ry. > t..%. .-,'.- 'sA af feveral drug gifts and perfumers to town, under " 'A&tenrpbtiS' "PbWaefLa;nies' an4';TCfer th$ title of itteinen Mi. fon; GranH BaiUij?, .Mi;, ^aWet^ Herald Matilda's Father, Mr. Chapman! Britanmay wJtir a'So^ m Chara^cr, Mils fcEMMI'TT, v And Matilda; Mrs, L E FF ^ ;.' . Guards, Militia, CltizensrVyiagerstEiccutidacrs, &c. . .    ?�.V^xes       Pit as.-Gairery        � :' Places for the,Boxes to be taken of Mr. REID, at ,thc"Stag2j    door.. Too* TihctuVei'is; the Buttle. N. B� I'he^iffeient Roads to the Theatre arc wejl lighted - and watchedt* Inspector of Lotwry..Offices. OFFICE of INbPECiOR, of LOTTERY   OFFICES," at the! STAMP OFFICE,, inLOHDON. TO THE 'PUBLIC.  ;     �      ' HE RE AS Henry Shergoid, alias Hum- -phry Shergoid, alias Hugh Shergjld, late of Lorn-" bArd-itreer, London, (iarids indicteJ for "a fraud,: in the . County of Middlefex in obtaining a fiim of money, by unlawfully felling a certain paper writing, partly printed and partly wr}tt3n,;'purport�ng to bh " .m^rnfisi.'the name of this.Deponent," whosn he afcef-  � ledge of "Ma name and peribn. <+ Add nvherdasv the faid THOMAS WOOJ) lias, fine <� publimed fundryAdvertifements, expreffingthat je had <� fjund a Bill of Indictment againft. Hugh, Heory, or le'A:hcme intended. THIS MAN'S OFFICE COULD DOf^iftTHING BUT ENABtEfftMS^LF        PLUNDER.. /.�QJ�>LS  AND KNAVES. . .'. . ' .       ;n ' The confpiracy again ft this houfe few, even Bankers, could furmount, ^t has coft'the proprie�ors near FOUR THOUSAND* POUNDS, whrch lacking fpirit, thev might have �uafhed 'for1 ONE HUNDRED. SoraucVwas Government en fnarert, that above THREE7 HUNDRED POUNDS of .the Pubtjc mtfney :have .been weekly laviihed to fupport a palpable chicane and perjury. If we dealt in Policies, which wedo not. all evcr.fold in this counci-y never reached in ef-ftdt, one-tenth pfthe exp^ncejn the pretended fupprefiioh, where Ten Pounds were pver received for Policies or Chances Tei\Thoufand ara-fported for lnfurances, independent of the fir ft beingmorally innocent and the latter evidently ,de-�{tructlvc. Added to all this, the conduct of this man'has prevented the actual file ofthe Tickets, to the ii j�iry of the revenue, of five times ciu amdunt'of his'fru;tlefs*sxpen:ceis hi has coft the Nation,TEN THOUSAND POUNDS already. * We have had -the Money of the TreafUry poured in tor-rehes to contend with, and many of the Newfpapers murdering our reputation, yet,'flume to'relate, inexorably fiiut" againit our vindication. , .     . UncJ^rthis fevere pr'eflure, a licence'illegally re/iifed, and dai ly repvpbuted for not being licenced, weracted With mude; a�-Xiou, caimnefs, and, 'we h^pe^ becoming tefolution. We challengedf one. charge of � iihonour or diihonefty to be produced during many years trial. It could not be done.-* "Upon applying to our fricjidfc, and patronsi^for rei>rences to fupport the Houfe, we had above five thoufand names fub- fcribed, vvhich may be Teen/ We offered tj convince Governmentof4:he delufton prac-tifed, and that-vftrwere of important fcrvice^o the Revenue. An enquiry would.have fuved immenfe expencc, and adre 4-fut'fcsuii of infamy never before tarni/hing the dignicy or a Public Office. Our Caie is theCafeof every Man in the Kingdom. There is nut a Banker or Trader but may. bs icrulhed to �pieces,*whhout iaworjur^, by this rnoifc alarming novz\ fyrtem, to which all Excite is hue a fhadow. �; '.'After- the 'cruel opprcilion Vrc have fyrFered, we ft ill n re convinced th^t neither Adniiniittatioh or the Coimniflioners .of the4Stam'p Ornce, whom we held in hi^h rc-ipect, could, ttnbwiiigly, "cd^ -proceedings'and wicked injuitice.   They have been bafely linpofed  upon by a.long cuncerted train of s.jnplicated deception, in which very many arc concerned, and, loch nnme& as w^il not here, be mentioned. SHERGOLD and Co. N. B. The whble Controycrfy, in few wbrds^ is thus 2 By" the bzft advice we - are. warranted in a' Conduction of the {Acts of Parliament, which is not perfectly agreeable to' fp;ne perfons who have coo long been in habits of con-fidering their a-b ut=U. .   - \ Wh':n it.manifcftly appeared that we were rightj vengeance  fu.perfeded legal exertion. A Perftn^notoyipully Iriramoui and unprinc'pled, has been employed toilake-thi. public mo- ..w^ - -------, - '1 - -      O        $ �* �-     - ,i   �> - �----     :--w extended through all the Newfpapers .�! England, with the* fcheme of weighing us '4'dVra : by the expencc of rcfuta-tion. ...... ^   � Had this. Malignity been. at*pHe4 to any ltoufe of Jefs 'ftrcngth and r^fou'rees, It .niuit h-tyc completed its rdfiu There isiio' Houte, no Banker, no Twiicr, againft whom it^y be.practifed. !- ; *    ;� v-v" ?   - - >iltmaff fflrciWyUrikeevetyo^ alpnei.-l5 the marked obj^ft of vibdJ�tivefury. !If any doubts of the;pfecj'fe legality have been ftartfc^as to- the engage-'me^tsi ;its."''hbip6urtb!e':;iu^rity in ruiHtjingr them is the more Q'onfj>i*iudusj ahd is- udiveriaUy. admitted to be extern pTar^nd b^yo'nd Ceaferi;,;    ^ /        ^ ;"""V /hSSiP Bui t> they Perfons, or; whofe illegality there U no; do\i^ Srho never Attempted to obtain Licen?;j> arjd worfe than Whofc iritiehtibnsiMike WOOD*s'irf h> own lnfurance fi threw^-rKcIjeviht and..dfcamp, winked at� to prey u^oa the t^nwarj withow. any not.ee.   

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