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   Argus (Newspaper) - October 24, 1789, London, Middlesex                                J edy called. T H E IF A H S E  FRIEND.      : (Writfeajiy Sir'john Vwlmrgh.) ^ . �nefd^Zth, and. ~%b*rjdajA October, F   _ --- "   FIVE  LAS DAYS r - ^ performing ibis Seajbn _:______lottery; . fc Stamp Office, Somerfct PUce, Sept. �$> 1789. IS'- MjyiBtty*s/Cqttimiffioaers for managing __the Stamp "Duties, do hereby give-nrtice*-that thlf following are the only Peifons who are dulyliceiifed by them for felling Tideet! in the prefent State Lotteries.- ^ - \Vj.en their Lf*: : Printed by Jv -MURttAT,' TJo.^wFhct-StrMt- ,: to the Lovers of LITERATURES aad.-tbe�   1 # by Mr. �S?4�: wtSchv are ntiof the -coftdufe^-tMf: MA$ON " WEST MINSTER-BRIDGE^ ri^^efent SATURDAY, OA, 24,1789 X^ � I- "v^t&e-Enteruinmenu of the ^ove place. re the <   tlo. iiioney;pi&;|� retorted. THE' tation ajtf u��tfinded: aj^aufc, will fih*lly �� the feaf<^ Thomas!.Burnej and Ed- Affard'Wariier, Royal Exehange> Co'rn- ounces expire* - piefixed an account Author ,o�'Blfrvia^ to the Editor;: i'copyjif Mr. Gtiy*s lait "Will 3 ahi'the Tears of Genius,    Pbeta. to his Memory 'Printed �m a fiaa Peper, CroWn 8vo". "and embcl!i&e3 With fe^en beautiful copper^plates, engraved from. Original De-7th Aug.-J73O: J fighir, by Sheivwin; Sharpi ahd'-Cildwa\l"i p'rtce 4*> 3d. in boards. 1    :" :       . .        ' ax it Aug. 1790 J        B. A few copies of-this beautiful book ,arc printed o large paper,, with tirit iniptffiohs'of:the plates, price 7s;* 6d in boards.   ,: : .        * -. ": loth Aug. ^790 ^^^^ r . ftd''OSL 170*6 lithNdv. 1789 4th Sept. 1790 6tbAug. 1790 a 6 rh Sept. 17^6 i7th/Oft. 179a 1 Richard jfodgiut and VPUllam -N �rton, No. 14a, Oxford-ftr?et William,Hodges, flo,. 1^4, Pall Siall' :� .v�:;jfefcnting the-BA5T1LE, :(a inbft ftriking re- I ;THT�orniby, Cornhill fembhiace'V       *   . .  .:      - \      J*�"�*>��� Pope's-nead-aHey, Corn- 1 24th July, 1790 75th Sept. 1790 4thFeb'i 1790 ftoth Aug. 1790 1 * M�t�v :acnuDi> w� b..'^.. m,Untie� the Mint, M&D^y t^e5    il * " ' Filch, Mr ?.LAN,CHARP. i ' tw-v. Mrs MARTYR.;  , Mrs P^Sp^^MP^f^^YRNE HT'HOUR* /Marquh,' Mr LEWIS}   n . fm And Julia,. Mrs WELLS. - .  HI. Representing the Dungeons '"JV. Reprlfenri'ng'the GOVERNOR'S HOUSE ON. V. Reprefenting the PALAIS ROYAL GARDENS, the Seat.of.Oie'Duke of ORLEANS The M1DN 4  ^ RENTERS* SHARES Henry Lalao.de, Charing-crofs George Leflie and Wm. Scott, City of Edinburgh    .     v:a  JoimWaddlfon, Charing-crofs . Williain NichoUon, Bah!c*-ftrect, Corn-; hrll .... . �-. .-� � � . ThomaR Northall,'Newr\qrid-{rreet Peter'Richardlbn,'WXhiam*.Coodluck, George Arnutlf" ahd-vWflliani Lea* No. 3:04,, Cornhill, and No. 8, Char-ine-crofs" Johh^Sfipwefj New Bond-ftreet Amefia Thomas and Win. Weft, Fleet-ftreet - . .1790 27th July, 1790 24 th July, 1796 *4th July, 1790 6^ be Sold, fomeKentera1 Shares of Drury- �    ;LaneTheatre^-j^pplytoBa C. iioyd1? Coff�*houfe. H O U S  E. WANTED a Coh^ieht^i^^p^.SSr within Fi� Minutes Walk of the ROYAL �X. CHANGE* > letters duefied to o/P/Lloyd's Coffce-houfe, will be im-V        . . v -nitdiately replied to. VI. A gt'ahd and tnoft extraordinary piece of workman-ftrpi dlfplaying all the public Bridges over the RiverSEINgj number?; of Churches, Hbufe%:Squares/and-other public places. The whole on a very extenfive S^e/ansfeiVes the Speclatora a-true and juit idea'oF ^ \:   Th�._i^ I T-Y: of PARI S,       ! In^m^'imtT emirely new, and never prefented- at any other Theatre1.  The proceflxon of the CitVzeiis on the DAY of UNION will be made in frbnt ot the PONT NEUF,. Bella ringing, Illuminations, Mufic, and other rejo'jeing*,; on the occ reprefented. ^,       _____ THE ROYAL NAVA^REVlE^f        l^^renham, Pou^ �:./ MOUTH. : . / ^; iisliaurerict Weft Wenham, and Frederic - In the above piece will be prefented an uncommon di play- of fcinery and machinery, which Mr. A^IIX.^ challenges ail the world to produce the like:       js^on-feffedly allowed by numbers of celebrated Artifta who haw vifited his Theatre. A Nrv Dance, called *r\ COOPERS.    - IL THOMSON'S SEASONS; i ]b��itifcl Edlrioni to which is prefixed, an � Hay W the PJin and CharaOtridl'the Poepii by Dr. AIR;1N} "whfi ei^ht;plate3 finely eng^yed by Caidwall j from original defignSj faiall.oSavo, 4s. boards. V: ''HI. CARTV^RIGHT's PRINCE.ofPJEACE, and^ithcr Poems, with, a beauti&l Vignette, 4tOv3*-i5di   . f  IVS :Ca'R:TWRIGHT*s'ARMINB, and ELVIRA, Legendary Taie,4tof as- . .; V- SONNETS cq Eminent Men, aid; an ODE to th� Earl of Effingham, 4to. is. ' VI. The INJURED ISLANDERS 5 or, The INFLUENCE of AI^T upon the Happiftefv'of y*tox* ;Widi;� beautiful Vignette* 4to; as;   ': s *" '     ' > *    r. j VII. Dr,. LANGHORNEV tALES pf JLORA^ 4tp. 3S.  . -.. �        \_ _v       . VJIh Beautifully pnnftd;upoh a writidg paper, in.Crown, Twefvea, Vols. I. II* IIL IV. hnd V.;"oY a'New,--Seleaios of the. molt ..valuable ?SCOJ,TI�^P"6.FJS,- whi^-11 ia-tenieii 'to be'completed m cight^.-toisV^Uimtt';': ':      > VoU 1/ contains^the- Works ot; Kinft, James I. the ltirkvon"the Grene, and Pcblis �k k 24th Sept. 1790 13th June, 1790 King's .C^iair, Chriftis KirKon tnesircne,..... the Play, with ^allads, inMdtfftidh, !-and/Nxrtesy.iud ia ornamented with a very*beautiful VTfcriette,* from -k'defl^n ofMri Allan's, afrd a capital antique Portrait of King Jamea I. from art original authentic Drawing ia the pofl'tifioa of the Earl of Buchahv loth Sept. 1790-%6th Aug. 1790 1 Sth Nov. * xinpns,       y"^"* ^"^y h� moft Jamei^Thomprbn and Son, City of Edin-. . t. \   ^ the occafion, which Mr. ASTLEY has moft.,m�nutelys "! ^ , .* ,. v. .   .        j.jth Oft. 1790 I la&� fr o#h" Jiilyr?%79* : Scott, St. Jamesvs-ftreet "^oh^ White ai%d DanielForreft, City of Edinburgh Joieph Winpenny., City of Bnftol Itephen Wright, ^harin^crafs The MERRY F 7th Feb*, 1799 14th Sept. 1790 5th Sept. 1770 jtfcjune, 1790 12th Oft. 1790 fc i � Vol. 11. contains-Poems of Gawin Douglas, via. Th* Palace of Honour, Prologues, and a Gioflary to the obfolete Words j .embeliifhed with a beautiful and authentic Portrait of James If, Rex Scotorum*     . Vol: ill. Vontains*-dOr3ginal Memoirs of Gawin Dowg-from a ;MSv in the poifeiTion of the Antiquarian So** and Dunbar's Poems, from the Bannatyne, MS. embeUi/ned with a beautiful engraving-from a Drawing by Mr. Allan. Vol. IV. contains-Ramfsy's Gentle Shepherd, aPa&oral Comedy, with five elegant engraving*. This Work is conducted under the infpeclion of the firft Literary Charaden tn Scotland, and will be completed with all proper4ifpatch�' ENCUSH ASTLEY - 1 Mr. BEETHAM's, No. %ni Fleet-ftreet, binthe^bove jota4?'�inove|-, for !t^*�^ and it-affords an opJorwhirVof waihiBgVlih^ater hojling ter colour; Thefe'ma^nta �**'Wl�*r^6e Manual ku lork&g; rna/ be ^ �6r^^; fto� � to.3.    :, ?f fttong Double Biocfc^Tiri, are pure an^TwMtaf ,Sij^. G. ^1?B:AtTON, �o.     ^ C6rnhWif I.oj^4- YOUNG ,   Will perform his unparalleled EQUESTRIAN EXERCISES . SHfe WOULD BE A SOLI>IE-R. The Detora^sv Drcffcb, and Muiic, entirely new. Tfce-Whble^"c6hcl*le \vHli a^Paototnime, called ,7;' HARLEQ^IN^ CHOICE OF THBEAUTlfeS O^F THE WORLD; With inj^nxoos-Deception?, Machinery, &cv > ifiOXES 3s^MT'a&-qAL. H^Side Gallery 6d. doors tor.|K�%s^taJnt�i>aftJrIVEJUnd to befiin at half � '� rrj: �>,-: ..^ paft SlX^reciJely.    * : fkces for tiiejBox�s to b^^^^ phitheatre. V- ^ . "  ..1 ;.,T        '-^ -Mr. Astxay,lenfibleof the PublicV 'FatroHflflev-moft refpeafuliy-rotusna-them his ^han'|^..'.: '^fi*- Tappo'rf. (to an7 Old Soldier who has more than once, bred ipr his Ring in the fervicVfrf hiaConotry) w]li.eveVbe;mq'ft grfttefuily ac- kfiowledgedi ;He will continue to merit ^eif future savours IX.  PERRY's ROYAL STANDARD DICTIONARY: In which the Words are not only rationally divided into Syllables,- acctfrajely accented, their parts of John Wright, jutt. No. i6�, Piccadilly ^ Afld the Commiffioners think Unectfla'y_thus publickly to caution all pcrfons againft buying or felling ^ny Shares of Tickets, other than fuch  as aro legally ftampedj the A�ft J Speech, properly diftinguifted,. ajid. r4ici� vaiious ftgniflci^ ' ving prohibited, �iiie*, iwjfc* �^ ��� r!*feSi^^ Vwels and Confohanta, denoted by typographical� c^arafters. and rllul- Capacities^ it e*li5feits.4hfilt, Jt'ue Proflirpcis&e^,^- nuy depend on tie coaV^o^ faid Ticket; and alfo thrJPi��.i�iiiiNO- Paopo�i�* for*ir> fcch pur- P0^      v .   g OrderoftteGommiffia^. : i;1 JOHN BRE.TTELL, Secretaty. 1   * Of&ce bf Ifttecjti* of Lottery ;p.?r|cEsat FIVE GUINKAS an&entirery^ifeM>�;:t,.T^whi^l> pxefa&i' a cbjnprehetifxve Grammar of the ^n^O ffc. J>afis�ft^eF6u�tfi Edition, in !whidr Dp^.;S^1te ;Elg^-J* lYouni ^^ih*^  price 6$. in boards.  -whoibill beaVpreWhdedin'the Aaof feffimjany Shares.orJ;. XI. The' LIFE of FREDERICK BAjlON TJ Chanced in the. Lottery, that are not damped )BV^: oohtaitting the; words* < s>v Andtwhoever.wiK: $?t ?hm*to**k^titftOSioe oT the Names and Places of 'XMtftf iny; perfo�& offending, it Will bcefteemeda favour, arid their Naines-flwilb* kepUetrct.;.. * -    .r-K.\T. WOOD, , TRENCK. .. Infpeftor'6f;L6ttery Ortice^ ^�r,-Ch^fctoa^er, Flour andteopev bo^E^lflg pas, *-$&feo^Y^ACkSftJEr, ^fcftcJ^ange, tide for a Kitchen ever yet offered the Ffatt^w^y are,- ' FDDJl"DOORS BELOW NORTHUMBERLAND-, ,' \ ^ - Wt>fJSE,; eHARiSje-CRQSS.^^ '�'-r^'-i ILtlAivl.VEltKON/ teBoyley*W WOOLLEN QRAPtR and MAN's MERCER,, mc^i^^c1^)iy^s'iftav^ LITY and GENTRY, that fe^haV^rd ina large and. falhlonabjc af- 4n,^.^ir>;!e^-a^ll ^^^e^il^-|aAs)4^: - wWJsa^fesi^ifinadfri' .Wfritten by hTmfelf,:and trahflated from- th� German^ in vTfl�tf:Vpl. Duodecimo,,price 53.4n boards. ?*A�t)i^ *3-.He^kee;psJ*e; �Jh^^i^^^W^iiiits an^Drcnjhg ^bwns Coats; ____ lawfuiryfelling; st -cer^pa^fi^rig,\ jartly prlWrt^nd partlv written* .purr^rtios, to^|�acknoW�i%i�.eJit ofhold-Lg iktruft^^:^ in the Irifhi-iCotwy* Waiitcoa^^^owil V*. Wfcry.i ^i^f^^icularlrreqUeftcd tbe,Nu^go|^-H At ' tin P*t*jt. ;i > �/ *mmQfc ENGLISH:,STATE LQTaSRY 1 arid NORTPN,     l^^Sfete? x't^eiv-'-'Ofece^liccnced 6V�dvernmtft,.lNo". J49, -'0*JWd^eeti^p.p6fitc New Bond Street, are now^fcUwg V '   IriiS-EngllOi tickets, Hkewi(e| Halyes^  -*    : -v-     . '       * ^ -�    ___.- i-. J *    v>" /^'SSaTei-Md'afc-iVrs^XJ^Varct GOVERN t  . "iCUtf'frY,/being:fega^ly|t?w*�ed with a DIE,cohtauunirthe; ?f **:HtT w& words " S.t�te;L*s�ry>Sti WAKEiteySE, RTJ5SELL .^a?REET, CO VENT -G AftD&N, A�d at' GOSSVELi.^NTR n^^nWed^the"faid Ticket, VaHitti ^g^tiieidB^ :*b* the -oflfee-of O)d�oi it^  XIV. ESS AY? on RHETORIC j abridged chiefly from &rv.^dLAIR V'l^'aurtfronthatrJScitnCe. The Third Edi-poh,lmprOved,ih One Volume rri Twelves, price 4s; bound, ; *l1iisVolume JGohUin*   CQmpIetei Treatife dn- CritJc^iii BelBes Letters, via^-�It treats.fully of Tafte, GenSis, aUShawtChao^, or Agreements, ngned^th that name, !^Xaf i^y,�40fl^tto ftampt with the words <� State Lottery, jncleire*  hiire fecurity for their money 5 and ; therefore ^he PiiblicVit^cautioned againft purchasing any fuch, or any other illegal ^h^nces, Sbaresi or agreements in the Lottery j and aj 'jvAUea.of the Peace, Mayors, Bailiffs, Cocfta-bles, Jr|eadbortfughs-, and other, Civil-JOfficers are, by the Aft of of his prefent^ MajeftyyC ij.ftrifily- required to prevent the comroitting of any fuch offences j andvtbe Public-ark dented to lend their afliftmce to diicover iVh: ot-fenderSj by fending to this ofHcc the names and places of abode of any fuch, perfon or $cchnS' as may be found tranC-ftTcul'iig as afarefaid. ? . T.WOOD, InfpecYv of Lottery Offices. at9s. $d:  ^^ Begins drawing Novembers3tf,$a* ^..^ .J ^^^^^ at any retalelrtfirmongt^ |n London,, Fort MalbroVEalYlniies, April 14th, 17S9 11     -  - "� -A-'--garuimead^ew^avfihted.Whit*Metal Regi.fler Stoves, S I R, . QuaVter,at,4L.*a? ;;    .       ^     �'.   .".      1 ' '' ^gant!y..engraved;of!uwt ^     ^^ogin^rawrhg :Pefbriravy�fi^e-f       , : ,\ Metf.-iTODGESrand NORXON Mtnellry hap^xhe-probuy. a^nd honour that na3< Lottery linfe for :TfifR on demand, of ari Uncommonmomoer 01 wpw wm eofure them a cotttliluadce of the favours ofi the Mobility, and Public iifgeneiol,, that cB^oire job-cleamil^r are far fa$erior; to Silver...inele-: "    f         '      IrKios;cBttbi ;very  handfome .pattern's, rVf^rn ' -- r a jz Ki^h^n Eurnit4re^o�lthe .very beft. 5: 0 to 8   $ �-.t / HEJBpttles containing yoor STYPTIC I JL was 'favoured with,, and I am very happy to'fftfimi you ..His &it& fuV&fs in ftopping blood. I have cut oS"fiviral tnci, the divide^;'arteries bled very freely,r:bu't on,�application ofyour Styptic;ithe haemorrhage immcdUtsIy celled ! 'Ihave alfo-found it fingularly ferVicable in the P.les. *�'�ijhaye thus, with the greateft pleal'ure, communicated to "yoVths good effcAs of yourStypric", and am, L > SIR, _^ %   ^ P   ar* 6 to   4 i4   6 44 ... U - Your moft obedient Sarraatj CHARLES WARMUS, .....^      ., . .     . ^'--BJock TinV.v�th.;ftrons;.lron';Bot-,-. ll^rfxw atttisQmw ^h:^ "   7 -7  f>: And upwards id Iron-fouoders Work-of -every. kiriA e m n Uie moft Ubcral "^d ^iLcnJivc turns Smpkcy^Chimnics cuied:  No -Cure, ao Pay> ^-^ I,' 'W^l��� <- FLrft aofpital Surgeon.; rfo B^USPINI, Eiq. .   � -    tt. / " ^ S^w' Pintift  tc: hia Royal Highnefc the Prince of printed on a larger type, price us* ooune� . . s XV- The HISTORIAN'S POCKjGT DICTIONARY5 annexing Dates to the Memorable Occurences, from the* earlieft Period of Hiftory Xo the prefegt Time $ relative to Acadimies in. Europe; Accidects,. Inc|dentK &c. Battlers^ Sea-fights, Sec. Conquefts, &?c, DUeoieries of Coantrics^ DifcQveries and Inventions; Remarkable Eventsf Famines, Deaths, Sea Earthquakes, Storrns, ic. Frofts, Innndations, ike. Founlations of Kmgddn ar &c. Inftitution *of Laws, Courtsr &c. Military Kmghtiioo  EN^CYCL0P^BDTA $ ^^aCancife. Anialyfis of theBeiles^Letteri, the Fine Arts, and the Sciences by rthe Rev. JQHN, j^LLY^L.^. �rMeVttbb'r- of t?ie' Roman Acadeifty, and .Author of.t^KGeographitat Die. ttbnary, Elements of Aftrpnor^y, Ceogtaphy,-*i:e,  - fllaftrated with fiAyitwo^nnfe eiigfavcd'H^ teen Maps* - In thtii-ilatgei Volonses1-; ih %T^elves^ Price m. in boards, pt-.i59|1>ojiniU^ t.v-r.i&n u^ 7�ViU The ADVENTURES of a RUPBlVFrkfc'j*;^; XV1IL The DRAMATIC HlS.TOR^bf -UA04-B^ EDWARD, #I$&ANNy: and ^ thers>M'^t^ordinarks -� of tnefe-lHflJW*. cnUe^ed/s arc itoiv prefixed^: Menw.rs.pf the Life ,pf%. Author. ^ rje^J jUtion, faaj &t�W prlnred W'^VSaeW^i&^X' * ' ' Vl 'y een ecmper opiate a> Kacb 5$. 3d; -ii*> ^dsj.pfAs.vbatod* XlXv A;�Hda\T ^ClWU^t of the? NAVAL /W^^th^JUAST WAR^ in m^etfe prove-^at Fr�i*cfc^�5on nevar g^nre fuch, (lender proofs    their ' xlw^&j&wcf*as1.4�i�n^;tf�at' Period; witfiObfervar on ^VDifc^irW, andljiniibr the In^rovemeftt of ;j)r^fc;davy; %asi OffiSfc it*.,Petit *�T&t^ *()^   

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