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   Ayres London Gazette (Newspaper) - April 7, 1793, London, Middlesex                                S U X D A Y,   APR! L   j,   1793 [Price Four-Pence. -1 f1 i": 1 -  -   *       ' � - t I -\ i    S. 4 Rt)Y AL SALOON. ASTLVY's NEW AMI'MIT'IF. ATRE, westnmns ;"fc^-bku�ge. CnJer the Dircitr ^      Mr. ASVLLY, Jun m V N .il: 1 - '.eft:, 1 * : \ Mi. >   OaACF. r 1 r*. a-.:jii:   1;. Th   ^   !� '' % K/r.^i.Y.   Mr. Sl'FTT. M . S:'J' V, ^ K.     Mr. B^^'N. ;)la:m,  Mr. c u'u i. m;, V-A\' !. I M  '�U\    m.r. HAN NT- )i    .  \:\ m    uv v. a '"pO MORROW KYfcMNG, April 8, .793, \'iN" i a ' l Mrs H,:r.>.  M -  M^A- , M > SAH.UaS, .    � ^. ln L    AL CHORIS S Aio FVLiY IVtN'iNi, until further No'jc-, ho prriVrv J T      wav  \** *u 1 c^u.' * who can ^mmni r hundred :mi fevcitv ;v>u    ^, n. .    a;-^ # f >f /'urtf-^r i:.r r*n j;i n at M tl* wuie; c/.l'B. Owen an - ^7, C i'-rnan-ilr-cr. T IRISH LINENS. ilOM      F AL: I. D! NG .in:I Oc. L-ifh Linen '-pHR n�t meeting of tSc Wh;? 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' 9     J v r. m-. iurn> tane 1   * T - � Mr. B �rc i--. 1.. I" j :-- 'Ax-    . ;   Rr       .,   v;       l. \ inc. I'Hi\\ Vs.ON ,  I-ARM' 1 A F R j\JGHTHF !.V.3 TON , Mr. ^ri^k. , C^ir.r-., Mr. Viw..;: .*.r 1 i nr^-a j. 1 �. "*, L - . r  >f r      Huuihold Trcofj T - '^JRt-R's   WI LLS. rfjvj  ::;, a* the L. O-MORIl /A", MONiJAt',   ^p-i' 8, 1793, Bi.-jj ana iica.u la-.;.-.;, i      cr -i.  ,nj--. a t;rr  SEP H DOC     ^ A. in. ,.i..-u.trtr      -d      :vr -i. 4    t � - :t f j"! r r n' . A : l^: THIS sr.A^ov. ;'  : n't ;:. oy Mr. barrymorf,  i:^. 1 >jf :h    Cjnr.r.ent curing t.he Jafl Ai!   v e r� .5 of MA---  ROLOGVA, and | LA U VK.L.L ; ^ i' \on J OI-H, :v',:h t;.e Comic A-.f-xn^aav  /   t; r C ~ Jri* r ;.: : w"] b* in*''duced 3 nf.v Ltzxl r ;  c : - :\e^ i- v : . � ' m ' rta- r -       -      j.'  *' 1    . a L j * ; .r* tor * - � r>   c ,   4 -    I * -:n i . *^   : ^ , m, *   r    *    f c r ^ t , " T    ^ a   *     '      *        m    * + on . 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J A Y, A;t,I 17, F: N  'cCpcfUtiliv : 1 j 1* ' EALGLS WIFE, n i'.e. c -::^n - ti -n it Sccn'rv        ^M/-- r^-ct, in a *':a;sd CO    M i; k C T A L I'^U^KSSION ; I'i V- "h a;- ?   1 iTvi 'K' ^*iff rm: 'iraim^ C^nn^ftl-^s � ' i.'v hr; c j; r), w. ;'i  : ^c: r vs-r.us dreifes .*nd c 3 r - tl r -r     :   = :o^:ri)p:r'::,) cxp:,:^.  i  bv   ^rt^nda :r Dinner^ a- : ;    .. J.r. - a c     "' a" i ^rikirg difr-^v of the f i. \r,S of all n A nONS; t' fir/w"'h 3 L .^i  \jj;:fs t i  T ^ui.i'hm'n, where: n will no;) save ihl kinc;,    rule Britannia, and br I [ONSoI iUKr HuME, THt wooden v/alls, The v *ca. Chancers by Mr. W - 'i'AAjrrh, / Ir �ia,   Mr.   J--..es,   Mr.   Harris, BKiTIiil CONS Ti rc r.oN. On s \ 1 L1 ; e pi. j,  k* ; Nl'MBEK   i.   Pi.ce  SlX-PfclNCL,   (>r LACKbTuM'/s   COM \l.\ i AdlLS the laWb /f ENwL ; on -a -    t a r- p tkr. iLL ( /.n, a; t'iT 'i /^ar;^  v/,.,rc  ; ':ce3 Mr.  v : ~� lr|  a ) ; \ i : . r * M:;.. P- r. v, 2T\i Mr:. V�'! J , (:-/.-) fc, *r> j nu^croui Dccjrui n;, entirely J t!.= J i T 1 r - I i j 'it N- FIT OF Mr. HOLM AN. .V .\ POYAL, Covent-^'iar- a i' � i'. A-ttii li, l*9;� w.,I Lc i .TIN t OFFICER. � * 1    \ V .1 r M , i, L . , ci.*e j 5 � *: . M . lo.\:l i - - p.: \!     f: l i � Mr.  J �* 4 * - M       ^iir'vr. W. Par.'C y Mr.  KiEVl;    fve Pointings   by   Mr. ORE EN WOOD. WITCH of the L AK.FS ; Or, HAH Lh-^'IN 'n the HEBRIDES. I'h- IVr r,pa! Cjura-t-Ti  by Mr. NT'. Bovcc,   Mr. Di^hbigmr Rolngm, Mr. I', - if.', ! M - . Du;>.is ; Mm. War i, Mi/i Yr iens .' > -in* i.er ftnt ap;>'.arance on ar.y  ftagf) ana T>. .:\t "'r.- P.t! i- ;� j a ^' e -i 3r. a F.na!'-, (by particular :e /i:r ], tnt tA7uuj !'e So-ig 1.-1: bc-jtcn K f rl of TL'LLOCH GURU M. Thtnrc:::: i.tI [>cr -ra'i'xr. enrlrely new. The MUSIC (ir.LXc* SrOTCH ;   the -SChNLRY by Mr. (,R- r.NWuO:). Box's, Four Shi!iint-, \ Pi:*, T*rf Shillings ;   Gallery, One t,- 11 ', j P!jcc5 (t the Ii;-c* '.o be ta'iCT il th� Wclli from Ten till Ti.r Doars     I : %-n'-J. it Ha'.f Part Fi�e o'Clock, and be- l li* I" [A \ Six, prcLifely. Hj'.;.; of the fA::.t :.*r.c*      be had at the Weill,   Price Six - pence. VArh  N.jtea, p .in-ing ^u* ' c a.-c-a;io.n: -ha1:       : takm place frum his time mi' j-icl-rr       , By GEORCiE FR! ! ' ^I'.'K OAN'UV, Efs. L^te or 1..c .-i j J.n.n. Prlnred by J. 5. RARfl, N'.>. 14, Rry '- - V^er, C). v^nr-Garaen j and        h*; Hij     au lio-kl':,.eri in ijwn anJ Country. ADURCSS TO THE PUBLIC. The ;r:er.Jj < f ::ie pr : 'c, -n evrry c - j.ntry wherr L!br:tv 1     ^r" has floj.-'.n-.^, h-.vc a; j-J .'-c.rr.mer.Je :  t . rr.-m .A ' mi'f 1 ' ^"^ a* 1 iruimatr knoAle.gc -a :he La*-: j-;.: Con il 11 j :t j r., - , j C .;ir---:.l1!e   Pr- Majc'.ty j|a !'DKT - :        t   1- r u.i'-	,            * r * v	 I li Vlh,-    *	1 Rr ^   '	 	a^ U:	 bj K JJL : '.> * >-		 C ' J n "	r t r 0 \	s. t h j  : - f -1 "       �   r		 S-   -        . � �	�     ^	 		r 		 it       �   t>    \            . ~:.^ 1 D : 1                a- j .		 : � � r. j a  :              r^cJ , .             if		- - K . A .. * -v   ;    - :		 	- - *	 	�	 		 		 T^a                     ; 'h :	- -: . - - \.	 	1     ai;ei	r 		 		� v.f^ Ot L' Hi'1   1   "     * '! i		- 1 f > - ! 'e 4 * 1 1.1 11 j 1 � 11.   j * * *   l cou^rrn Ct^iir itcd f r virtue, w.lju;n, hero:I'm, i !-arn, ing, thi; ^r. v^^s directr , ai a pirt ul :ui i#i.iruilion ot tJ'.c.t you.h.    And s Cunt-y, we hall (e-r w -\     a- furr ar.tl grat tucie, peruf^l >i rhefe v ,>|jin*s, xith wan b-'^ tu tnt and parrhUj regard oar I ,:eM*hrT5 itru^r*ed a ich po^CTj to de.ivei the jn^u.tr riirfi t.jm fr;m ic&^mpc, a;;'- to atTurc t * their po(lrri:)t perfoa^J iecunry, ;>r>per;), ^^d fret^-i^ >.f aftion-   Tk�i. i: -vt!! apo-ar :h^^ KaCL-edeJ in, and have f^cured on 'verlaii n: principles - hai fio .jh i; j AMID th* n'jx:r ^ .9 w ki of a-r Vrh a be^ true, (li.j t^efc principiei 'ay oiffaJe.i lucn n-j.ner jus j J .n f ,cir the pa;rjr.jff 1 fr \t: m.ut.i , i: m n  / .a.r j vyiurnti, mi in fuch dh.rder, j: :j re-jnr- ch; lje u a piefumed tha: a e  eel. n �.r >IC� .  :fi- t.NC,.,-'! I. I-(rudioy: Nte atta.n jij ade ,uare kr.o vi-J;e or th ;n T�. j PORTS mav ciaim 1 *m � ih.�� r uf ::r "rc*. fr .ti :k : -i-thtsj n�ay be attr.bu'fd tf.a: fufpr ^.rj auy in a riii.ne aid comnrrci . r.*-: �n : .uW j. r; i. 1 aw rlc r-.- �* f pr.r.cif.al ^�ar uf our eff-ttive C. nft.t-jrio-.,  u in th' Corn-    original, no! hiving bre i h.u -r* > art -n^'^J rt> i nr  �n mon-. H".rt ot  Parlo-nerr    bjr, ho.v-ver  c-rcury./t jnen     artirt, the tuthor, tj render      r;i -r p n " If u :j r 'r / iff re:', -if, � 1 j �   . > c : *, A !i't-'b'i     v., Mr to  /he" ri'HL Ot ! irr  % " 1 ' f. * if :v \* i\ r i HiT j t .i lie, , i v 1^ .      fvfr- 'h Rrli^n* Li.e ^t-j JI" /      " \ : ^ the may be, � ,'.   the for n "f the Con;litj:.n.i remj       the pri.ieip'tl ct it mud  br the f: nc, and  cap.�t:lc ac j i  i;t> -j 1 1    f �   4 4> j r.r.^r i ..-^'re,      .ere - i.      , iJ. t t b - - Ut T.   pur      t- a IJa:ent Waihing  Mill, which faves P'.1/'  ' a' f  :it h 1 � ^ i       i�j5 in  a �uioea in the expen lituic of \ cj^i,, Ij^OLi;, j;iJ ;J*r ^relerrarion of thciiacn* �-�   '^�^�<-. J'-'-; :cmuji  f}t *>n- 1 > 1 * ..l-.--row, Ka-, a,-I, oppaate ^ t ;.rii> willing cati uc oaly ptifarmtd by n^y Patent W�ihifig \'  1 C   Hf � t J *  *?nri v^-i  c.1 .r 1 v   fn,m  c inipetentc and  rrfpcflability.- L'jn f^fr       j\ Oic refjJt u\ fivr;g m >nry ; and rcfpt^i^bilitjr !   ' xaa:        Ly t it an 1/  f.a cji Un.tnU.    T t^r- ( >re as  money wi * t*.'-x- U[   f >*anrr Ob - rm) * ) ' a'i ' (h' jL'lTr jn��njru I ifu u��iii.tnt that my l'a   r.t   �v\], j n 3     ( J ji the Ji-^it eH<" f luat WaYi  am; m u ;^   - f r \   ring ever y f 1 n; v wnl mdi v* !u tl Ri^iJ, UtLiNT, ^NU CUMfOKl"ABLE. h*s been affiduous to d u     e r^- par: c : *r rrj/S.  n cj't ?i Oiattach port* con m,' t  j  '    the nrio.l p rt^pl^ur  i.-w^o| 0/ rrcavcriBg in due fn� r^y -inrf a^hoi, or       j.orrfirs arc  c len*i      of thu, and firmed with a defire of comrmj';CAi.ng : j tr>� �p!e ihc benefit ot ihof'" Law* wr.ich then tT*ceit"r5 hid ^j-ne-! fur them, by colJcding tnj aiilrtbutin^ t:.tm *nt^ c a ie:, an : to b'tng ng them to ^ rcaly a^q'.Jtnwnce, ua^ert k t!it Lno'jf,ui t.*/1K. whichf iitcr raan^ ycat. apDlciti^n, he etcutd In tl^tc Booka.    In  ihn tliilnt.ut *.r,, thole L*.v*  Jid   RuI't, which concern Gur pcrlonal ti. t.t^ and Ci/'.dudl, w.li be ^uur.-i in a method p"it ttly fan.uur to all mmIcj ar iciluni ; and more fccnr% as ihe rn; ^*i;Ke  Icnfi-b!e and perfpicuoui, that every mm may liavc a fuiubld i jr a ot them. To luerrafe this Lenrnt to the peop'e at Urge, and fenfi-ble at the lime time, that good maxim* when girbterf may be perrertrd ; 10 invite r?ie pc pic 10 difculli^nt ani conic- quenrly to better information uf the 1 aw$ and C^nftitutiun ol the counrry, tr.e hditor haa adi�p^:d tl\e piefcnt mode ut ptijlilhing rhu in ^ft valuable and ufeful w -rk.    It wit!, no doubt, be fou'id extremely acceptable t   A:top buildi:   Houkfellrr, BrtOul ; Hicliiidi, dittos Uat:\ ; Mjrihall, ditto, Libnrv, Ji;to; John Love, dit*o� W'ey * nmuth; Swinney and Wjlkcrf Birmin^hami i>mith$ Pr
                            

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