Argus London Middlesex, October 28, 1789

Argus London Middlesex

October 28, 1789

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Argus (Newspaper) - October 28, 1789, London, Middlesex Number, 2pj\ Ir-Qg!I.C]fe.i.':-'.'::- 1 RuttekiX-Mr.EpWlN^ *" fittherbettj Air-PidwEL 5- ' Scarlet, Mr DA VIES;'Bowman, Mr.CUBITT. And Edwin, "Mr JfOHHS ON. -Glorinda, Mrs MARTYR 5 -Angelina, Mrs BJLLINGTON. To which wilL be added, a^Earce, taken from the Arabian; A The Nights' ^Entertainments^ called L I.TT'LE HUN OH B AC K. The :Hunchb�ck, Mr,/QUJGK j-.... ... gfaylor�:MrABLANOiJ^R.Q} Jew "Purveyor, Mr. REEVE ; V Frehch; Doctor, Mr. CUBITT ; .*>-�'��. iBarber,>M� M ACR'E A'DY j ' ;EngUihman, Mr. BERNARD; ,. " ' v Bpclor'.? Man, Mr^RpCK ; JewVMari, Mr. MILBURNE,! Cadi, Mr. EVATT j --- And Baffa of Bagdad, Mr. DA VIES.  Dora, Mrs. ROWSON, V �'�- -And Taylor's Wife,- Mrs. WEBB. tQaftiday, the. CONST ANT CNUPLE,-with tie PGSI. .  TIVE MAN. '" WILLIAM ,R;AWL1N.GS ^ TEA-DEALER;.. No. 27, GRACECHURCH-STREET, nearly opppfite the Bad of FENCHURCH-STREET; - ESPECXEULLY acqwints thp Public,; _. thatheJtaslaid iiLafiug>^1:MENj:pf:EitESi "�^SS^^Scfc are no* #i^."W^^6'#*^e(^^:t,i^ .following Prices: ' �' "  ,. : ; ?Ilhe And A S TLB T's AMPHITHEATRE," WESTMINSTER-BRIDGE, � rpHISprefentWEDNESDAY, Qa.'aS, 1789, J. the Entertainments of the above place. In order to prevent difappoiptment, Mr. ASTLEY mofti refpeftfully informs thePubUc, that the popular and much-j admired-perfotmarrces, which have gained liich-high repu-1 tationand unbounded applaufe, will finally conclude with the feafon (as above) nor will they ;be again revived. The ,!B A ST I L E; And the Head of the Govs* nor, together with that of the Prbvo^t.des. Marchands ; as will alfo be.given the real-military proceedings of the "armed Citizens-diiring the .'three bwurs.iiege. of the BAsTitr. Th* total *lofs onboth fides, amounted to 60 killed, and 100 wounded.-, In the above piece will be difpUycd the following ftenery" and machinery : I. Reprefentingthe-THCTILLERIE GARDENS. II. Reptefeniing che"BA5TILE, (a moft ftriking re femblaoxe;)'  -' �ill, Reprefentlng the Dungeons. lV,i Keptefehting the GOVERNOR'4* HOVSE ON FIRE. : . �  -" V; Reprefenting the PALAIS ROYAL GARDENS,' the Seat of the Dulce of ORLEANS. VI. A, grand-and moftiextTaordinary pi^ce of -workman-A"ip, dffplaying"a!l the public Bridges oyer theRiver SEINE," nunjbers.-j}f Churches, Houfes, Squares, and other public; places. The, whole on a very extenfive Scale, and. gives the Speclaton a-true "and juft ideavof The CITY of P A R I S; In a manner entirely new, and never prefented at any other Theatre. 'Theproceffion of the Citizens on the DAY of UNION; will be made, in ..front of the PONT NEUF,; Bells ringing,' Illumii>acions,/ Mufic, and other rejoicings," on-' thec'ccafJon, whiA Mif^'ASTEEY has moft minutely reptefented, _wi thbut'frjta^ration. ;TitE^OYAL 'N^VAL REVIEW at PLY- .In tfiiei 3bove piece will it pri[j!�nted; an uncommon-dif-pky, of -ieenery -and . machinery^, which Mr. .ASTLEY. chkllenges ,all the .world to .produce the like : this js�v fefle^dly; allowed-by numbers of celebrated Artifts who have: vifited his Theatre. - - -'  A"New Dance, called, 7- . The ME R R Y CO O P. E R S. ' :.:Y OUN G A STL E Y "' ' - Will petform: his unparalleled EQUESTRI AJSf EXERCISES  In a manner neven attempted by any other Perfon.' A.New'Mufical Piece, called SHE WOULD BE A SOLDIER. The Decorations,: brefies., and Mu/ic, entirely, new. The Whole to'concInde-withaPantomime, called  HARLE-QUlN's CHOICE OF THE BEAUTIES OF THE WORLD. . - ^JWchJo^^ioji�.�feeepiii�n5, Macbjnctyi-&ci, = -BOXES "3s^�^IT 2s,--GAL.iS.ii-Side Gallery6d. Dbors to be opened 'athajAaftFlVE,. and to '.begin at half. '"" ; . paftSIXprecifely.y - -. Places for the.Boxes to betaken of Mr.^Uhi at.the Am .phi'theatre. ... ' Mr. AsTtEY, fenfible of the Public's Tati-onage, moft le'fpeclfully returns them his Thanks. Such "fupport" {to an Old Soldier who-has-more than -once bled for his King in the fervice of his Country) will ever be. moft gratefully acknowledged, .He*rill continue to merit their future favours by induftry,and labour. ./'-'*. Yo-ing Asttzx^humbly hopes he {hall.not be thought intri d\ngj in.orTs'ring his thanks-for the many faVofs he. haV received from the;.jftqWi.c, He will endeavour ^to-merit continuation by every poffible'exertion. - GOODMAN, THE ' � OFFICE S, 11, HOLBORN, and No. 4, CORNHILL, BRANSCO.MB .and '.. PROPRIETORS OF K..Y'. t 6 T T E R Y s. o L "U C T- AKEthisaiethod of^^infdrinirfgtheir Friends . and^!ihe-.P(ibl|c, that notwi^hftanding the various re-'; ports circulated about the (aie of the Ticket, No. 24,206, -Wtrtlc*'to 36,000!, m the laftlngiim1 Lottery, they canj .With^;|r&th declare it was fold in {hares at the above Offices,' _amjyi>Vjd to the fortunate adventurers as fpoii as drawn, at :l&en current �price, of Pri?,es,jrir. \ IFor;pnehalfiihwe to. a Club of about 20 )nduftrions men, the grtttteft part fo� 1.-teign'ers, . - " '14,775 For One Fourth Share tp.a young Lady .. , . � '. ihHotbom, -~- - ' - 7,387, 10 For One eighth. Share to an ,Qffi. - - :; . cer's Lady, then at fea, - . ;. , 3,693 je .'For Oiie-SixtceDth.ShatetoMr,Ruf- . . fell, an eminentiDyer, pearRrflwpijjate- fervant maids, at Iijir^ton, : ' . . i,�46 17 'fi : which Cornpletes the whole; ar^ottnt. of ;thb greateft Prize | :that ever was fliared this'or apy.other kingdom. Like- ' ; at tha above Offices We fold m^�on'e^-fourr^yjhtee-eightsi ind ^x-$x.teehtl\S, the Ticket, No. 34*51 *:e�titied to 2o,oool..' . lio. i3i$7&> ift �?e ^uarDer> three crjghths, and fix fix- -' teen*** en^it)eii-to,io,c^pl. '; t. * &3f"ii ,413, in: four "qnarterj, entitled to 5,000! N6.'3 5,272, in bne-half/ofie-quartjr, one-eighth, and two-fixteenths, entWed. to a,cool. - . No". 24,054, intone, halt, one quarter, one eighdij and * tna fixteentbs, emitledto i,oool. j � Ani^inthe IriA Lottety, for 1785, .^he- only '5006^x611-tained-iin,,the laid. Scheme,; No. 10,13:6, was fold in one-fiajf^.c^e-^ajter, onereighthv at the ahoyeJ^i5ces7 where Tjeketsa^n^ Sharif in both-theprcfent * 'lotteries are now felling Foigjeat vaiuety of numbers, and � � the. fortunate Shares'will be ipafil on demand, as foon as drawii : iVHorders by tr^.cogchmenjwaggoriersj and poft, diiiy ex-� cuted. FOUR DOORS BELOW NORTHUMBERLAND-HOUSE, CHARING-CROSS. TLLIAM VERNON, from Doyley' WOOLLEN DRAPER and MAN's MERCER moftrefpeclfullybegsleaveto inform the NOBILITY and QENTRY, that he has laid in a large and falhionable af-fortment of Fancy Goods for the prefent Scafon, where they may depend upon being accommodated on reafonabie term1;. -Ladies'-Habicsv-Habit*Coa'ts, Gentlemen's Clothes, made |'in the cbmplfeteft arid moft elegant tafte. He. k^eps the.following Articles ready made 1 . Ladies and Gentlemen's-Morning � and Dr,efling Gowns Great Coats, Gentlemen's Driving Coats, Coachmen's Box Coats,. Stable Waiftcoats, Servants'Duftelled Jackets and Waiftcoats, on the loweft terms. . . '. - IRISH and ENGLISH STATE LOTTERY OFFICE. TJf ODGES and NORTON, at their State Xijt'-. Lottery C^fficei; licenced by Government, No. 149 :OWFor^'Srreeti'op^ofite--New Bond Street, are now fellin lri(h and Englilh Tickets, lifcewifc Halves, Quarters I Eighths, and .Sixteenths, itn grear variety, an3on the moft ' r&fofilble terms.^'.'."''�'-State. lottery,^.-Stamp OflteeV^ ' Price of Iriih Tickets and Shares. A Ticket, at 6Li2si may gain ' Hajf?;at 3U 10s. - ��' ' Sixteenth. 1 1 �L.a5,oQo .-' I2,5"o'0 6250 312;' 1562 10 Begins drawing-Februa'y 22, 1790. Meff. BODGES andjNQRTQ^carneftly^hope the probity and honour that has diftinguifhed" all their dealings, tnJthe Lp'ttei-yiAne'for THIRTY YEARS naftj and the.payment on demand, of ah u ncom.-rion number of Capital Priaesy-wiit enfure theua-a continuance of: the favours of the-Nobility . and general, - - The expc^is-wilt, arrive, at this OfRce, with autheatic ac counts of each* day's, .drawing of theflrifli Lottery. " *N* B. Air orders will" be ftriftty attended bj and every bufinefs relative to Lotteries and the Pulic Funds>exer;utfd. on the moft liberal aad: exteafire terms. STATE, LOTTERY. Stamp Office, Somerfet Place, Septi 26, .1789 HIS Majefty's Commiffioners for rhanagiog the Stamp Duties; do -hereby give notice, that the following are the only Perfgns who are duly licenfed by them for felling Tickets in the prefent State Lotteries. When their Li-' xerices expire. - 7th Aug. 21 ft Aug. 1790; 1790 OECONOMYin DRESS. DONNELLV, No. 30, TaViftock - ftreetl Covent-Garden-, having experienced- the' moll:'flattering^ marks of.fatisfaaibh from- the Nobility,'1 Gentry, -cw who have hohftureiS: hifn'with their .commands, begs them to accept hismoft g^fefulthantsvan-d azures them, thatthelf future orders 'fhaji be ftriftly adhered'.to, well and expe-ditioufry ex'ectitedj with matemis.of the heft quality and workmanlhip', wlrrahted equal to thofe that have the mqft extravagant prices. ' ' . A Ladies Habiffuit, complete, of the beft fuper fine clothi with ^il.t or "fancy buttons , -AGreat-toat Drefs'of the beft-faperfine'clothj with gilt or fahcy buttons, made elegant and full A ditto fdr a Lady of extra-fize A Gentleman's Frock Coat, of the beft fuperfine -cloth, .withfilk buttons, of the colour A Ditto, with gilt'or plated Buttons A; Waiftcoat and.Breeches of the^beft filk or fattin florehtine ; ;'.-;.. A Waiftcoat of the beft'mullln dimity A'Pairof the beft Nankeen Breeches  L.I V E-R I?E"Si "" A fuit of Livery, all cloth ' :.-.'-'� - . Ditto,with plulh Bfeeches ... AThickfct Frock and WaiftcbatV A Jaclcet an'd Waiftcoat of fujierHne duffield, frotn lh los. to'2l. 2S> . . .. ' ; *%. 'Regimentals^ Uniforms, &c, made. proportionally rea^ fonable. '; iothAug^. 1T90,! _; .2d,ba. t^qo nth Nov. 1789.] ^.tblSept. 1790 6th Aug. 1790; 26th Sept,. 1790 17th Oft-. 1790 24th July, 1790 25'th Sept, 4th Feb) 20th Aug. . 28th Sept. 27 th July, 1790 �790' 1790 1790 1790 James Branfcomb and Ifaac Goodman, Holboin . - n .-..''.��m �� James Branfcomb and Kaac~-Goodman, . No.4, Cornhili " - John Bruckihawi Royal - Exchange, Cornhili ... Henryr Wool fey By field and Samuel Hawkfworth, Charipg-croJs George Carrol, High-Street, Shadwell, John Caffin, City of �iJStiftol: ' ' Rohert Clement, �;>. �;,'- - Richard Hodges and William Norton, No. 149, .Oxfotd-ftreet William Hodges No. 124, Pall Mall Thomas~Homfby,.CornhiU � -JoJin'Johnfon, Pope's-head-alley^ Corn-lull �' - -Henry Lalande, Charing-crofs George Leffie and Wm. Scott, City of Edinburgh a John Maddifon, Charing-crofs William Nicholfon, Bank-ftreet, Corn-hill -Thomas Northall, NewBond-ftreet Peter Richatdlbn, William .Goodluck, George Arnull, and William Lea,; No. 104,: Cornhili, and No. 8, Charing-crofs * -John Shower, New Bond-ftreet Amelia Thomas and Wm. Weft, Fleet- ftreet ' - Jpics Thompfon and Son, City of Edinburgh . -Henry WAfter, No.. 29, Fleet-ftreet �JohivWennam, Poultry ' . ;. Laurence Weft Wenham,-and' Frederic Scott, St. Jamcs's-ftreet John White and Daniel Forreft, City of :'. Bdinburgh ' - Jofeph Win'penny,. City of Briftol Stephen Wright, Charing-crofs -John'Wiightj jua. No. 168, Piccadilly . _____ : -'"And the -Commifijoneri think it necefla^y, tj�us publitkly '.to caution all perfons againft buying or TeTtifigUny Shares^ of TicketSj'other than (uch -as *fe legally ftamped; the Aft having prohibited, under larjge penalties, the pealing 'Chancxs under any Pretence or Device whatsoever ; which rniy depend on thecdritlngehcy of Drawing the faid Ticket, aria alfo the Publishing Proposals for any fuch pur jiafe. � By Order of the Commiffioners. - JOHN BRETTELL, Secretary. 24th July, 1790 24th Jnly, 1790 24th Sept. 1790 13th June, 1790 1 pth- Sept. 1796 26th Aug. 1790 r "" '; , l':Sth Nov^ 1789 1.5th pa. 17th Aug^ -24th July, 1790 1790 1790 7th Feb. 1790 Sept. Sept, � $th June, 1790 ijkth Oft. 1.790 1790 1790 IvTs., �4 18 . 4 j4 �H" 17 S -14 14 12 ''*' 12 i: d o 6 o o 6 o ^�Sytbi ki^,s.%^aTLittxn�^^ten'ii^ \. ; At L A N G ME A D's : " PATENT GRATE^ and KITCHEN FURNITURE " WAREHOUSE) RUSSELL-STREET, COVENT-GARDEN* And at his MANUFACTORY, GO SWELL- ST R E L T - R O A Dv  J. L AN G MEAD, MOST Refpeafdlly- informs- the Ndbility and Public in general,, that" He has juft Jiiiiihed a very.elegant. Aflortment of GRATES on: his PATENT PRINCIPLE, and kitchen Furniture of every Kind; REGISTER STOVES, and STOVES for warming CHURCHES, HALLS, &C. on the moft improved Principle. Thofe who.want any kind of Grates, Kitchen Furniture, Japanned Goods, Tea-Urns, Cuttery, &c. by applying at hi_s WAREHOUSE, will have their choice of an elegant AfiTortm'cnt of the above Goods,'and "be ferv'ed full 20 per Cent, cheaper tha.l at any reta'e Irtfnmonger's in London, being' the real Manufacturer himfeif'. Langmead's/New-inventcd White Metal Regifter Stove's, . tha: require no cleaning, are Tar fuperior to Silver in elegance, and not liable t;i tarnifh'j or change colour, are elegantly engraved, of vaiious deGgns, U s. d. 1. s. d. price from - � 8 8 6 to 12 12 o Elegant poiiih'd Steel Regifter Stoves, � from -^-^-8.8 o to 12 12 . o ^ffitfeof t|sjpEC-r^OR,oj- tzoT-vt s.v- Offtcts-a,c| r. the Stamp OFT.iei iii'London. ' ;  , ' FIVE GUINEAS REWARD. INFORMATION having been received, that' noiwithftandi'ngthe repeated Cautions 'from, this Office,;1 fcvcral Perfons hai/e dared .to fend many Thoiifands of 111?-1; gal Shares or Chances, in the Lottery, for Sale.ihthe differ-" ent Country Towns in Great Britain; Notice is'hereby' given, that the Venders thereof, are Balls to beimmediate^y , feiaedahd puniihed as Rogues and Vagabonds, and thatFlVE-i GlilNEAS reward will-be-paid on Conviction of any Perfon \vhj> fliall be apprehended in the A?t of felling- any Shares brj 'Chanc'es-in !.tHe'Lottery, that are n^:'ft^�^d.wth'".the';pie,-containing the words'." Statc Lottery, Stirrip'OfriSe.' ' And vvlioever will give Information'at this Pffice of the Names and Places of Abode of any perfon fo bfTending,.it will betfteemed a favour, and theirNames {hall be kept fecret. , i . v ".. T. WOOD, -"'�"" *''�-, Infpeclor of Lottery Offices. OFrilCE of INSPECTOR", of LOTTERY OFFICES, �r at the STAMP OFFICE, in LONDON. - , TO THE 'PUBLIC.  HE RE AS Henry Shergold, alias. Hum-, phry Shergold, alias-.Hugh'Shergold,- late of Lom-barifi-ftreet, � London, ftands-indisted for a fiaud^ in the: County of Middlefex'in obtaining a'fiim.of.nioirsy, hy un-' lawjuJfy felling a certain paper writing, partly printedand partly written, purporting to be an acknowledgment of truft a part and jhare. of.a certain Ticket, No. 7886,-inthelrifli Lottery,^riot being pofTeficd of.the faid Ticket, and, whereas by-various adevjertifements from-the office of Shergqldarid Coi it 'fs cohfe (Ted. thafno faoh perfon as H.; Shergold, figned to'the.faid paper writing, doesor ever did belong to fuch office, and thereby offer a reward of One Hundred Guineas, to any one that will, petJonate the faid H. Shergbld ; and whereas no-licence has been-granted to any. :'perfon.of the narneof Shergold, "to fell; Tickets,.and -Shares^ ad Shares,JChances,pr, Agreements, .figned'atoame, as they cannot be ftatnpt-with-the words '� State Lottery, SumpOffice,''are.impbfirbns on'the-public^and the/ftl'C^ punilh'able by fine and lmpfifonmentNotice is hej^y giv^ri ihat whoever^ jn 'ari^r fach-4nltampt' f^eti, 1>aVe no'isaifrlty* for-. their jiaqnty i-: tn^+herefofe tfifr^ubiie-are_c,autiorid againft purchafing ahy.fuch| or any onier illegal Chances, Shares, or agreements in'the Lottery ; and aH Juftices of the Peace, Mayors, Bailiff's, Coiifta-biesiHeaiiboroughs, and.other Civil OfKcersare, by the Ac%f27 pf his prefent Majefty, c. 1, ftri&fy '.required t6 rpreyent-the.cpmmitting of any fuch offences ; and the Pub-4-n^are-defired to lend'their afliftance to' difcover /u.h oft feiiiers,-by fending to this -office the names and P'aces of abode of .any fiich perfon or perfons as may be found tfahf-greifius asaiQiefaid. ,' . " T.WOOD, Infpeclor of Lottery Offices. to 8-8 NEW- SEA- CO ALT COM' fro.m" � r�' "2 Kitchen Furniture, of the very beft Block Tin, with ftrang Iron Bot-toms,'in complete Sets, ?� , - . - Smit'.is and Iron-founders Work of every kirfd equally Reafonabie. ~ - .. N. B. Smokey.Chimnics cured. No Curej no Pay. 6 to 4 14,' 6 7 :-6- and upwards. - GEORGE and BLUE BOAR INN, HOLE OR N, j. ^ -Stk^out the following Carriages. HCJLYHEAD new POST-COACH, travels iiy day, fets out every morning at .five o'clock pre-cifely,through Oxford, rBirniingharh, and Shrewibury i,�o carry fn^ir Infldes and thrc'c;o1iitfid.4s j. dine at OxfordyWcp ac Stratford upon Avon, brenkfait next morning, at Bir? minghairi, fleep at Shf ewfbury, and Llanfooft the next even-ngj aqd arrive early at Holyhead the next, day, from wrrence proceeds the Packet for Dublin without delay. .... " NEWCASTLE", EDINBURGH, and GiASGOVT, Royal Charlotte Poft-Coach,'every night at Seven, dine at Newcafrle the fecond day, allow:ohe night'sreft,'and afrive at Six;o'clock-next day. DOVER MAIL,' CO ACH, fets out every night at Seven o'clock, guardcd,;throughout j carries only /our infides, and one Outfide. .. .:..,;, POST COACHES, DILIGENCES, and MACHINES, every Night and Morning, with good convenience for-luggage. . .-.'.,' . '/-V �:.-,� . - MARGATE and RAMS GATE Pofl.^oaches, and Di-igerices^ every Morning and Evening.. � - , , .%'��,.- � ' BUXTON and MANCHESTER n,sw. Poft Coach, .eviery. Tuefday, Thurfday, and Sunday afternoon, at "tlire* p'iiock, fleeps "at Buxton next night,- arid aifives at Man-chefter early next morning. ..,"'/. '",  BIRMINGHAM.,' WALSAtj and WOLVeRHaMP-TON-Ppft Coach, every day,at;half part TwoV arid will breakfift at Birmingham next jnOrning, with a Guard, and fpur-Horfes all the way. -�..'>. B'ATfI and BRISTOL newr; 'a^i^tpi^di'Sir'. Cffi^ches,;to can^ fourInSde and1 Mwt>^ #utSde^ j^afiett^fsV: fets ou*� eVcrymotning' at.a-quaitef' paft'FiVe o'clock, Sunday excepted, called the Fiyin| Mertfefy," \�itk faUr ifiorfes all theway- \\.- �'�>�� HARROW COACH, every afternoon at four o^lotii!'  . Garrjages- to?-. ,Doyer,J, Mjirg^tej:: Kamjgatey: Canterbury Deal, Bath, and Briftol, may be had oatne fhorteft notice, fets out whatever time wifhed for, and tfe'pafferigers taken up-a'C'theif dwii hdufes� . L . N. B'.'Eycry'care-wiirbepaldtw^ar�l^-$!iev./ Infurance paid. ;