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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - October 7, 1790, London, Middlesex w\ The (L ON D O N. ) Price Four Pence. . From THURSDAY, Oct. 7, to S A t V R DA Y, Oct. 9, 1790. 8896 FRIDAY, Oct. 8. Ytfttrday arrived tht Mail from France. Berlin, Sept. ii. HE reigning Queen, vyho has been to the water* of Fregemvald for the benefit of her health, is returned here. The Dowager Queen, and the Princeires Henrietta and Frederica, are alfo returned from the Caftle of Schonhaufen. The Prinze Royal, who has been on a journey to the mountains of Silefia, arrived at Breflaw from thence the 5th inft. Cologne, Sept. 16. This day 500 men of An-halt-Zerbft palled by this city with fix cannon and two howitzer?** to join the Auflrian troops in Luxemburgh. Frankfort, Sept. 16. The King has fent in-ftructions to Count Collowrath, his Vice-Chan-Cellor, for the regulation of the liberty of the ffrefs) which his Majefty purpofes putting upon iiich a footing as lhall not interrupt the tranquillity of the people by dangerous and inflammatory publications, and every thing which may be any Way hurtful to religion, the morals, and the laws or theliberty of the people, will not be permitted to be printed. the ,d SHIP-NEWS. Dtal,. Off. 6. Arrrived, and foiled for the River, Three Sift-r?, Hogg, from Plymouth, Came down, an1-foiled, the Chatham Sender} UlyfTes, "^nro, for the Cape ere Verts ; and True Brkoa, Prefton, f >r Venice* Put hick the Neptune tender, and remains with the Pomona man of war, Scout fioop, Alarm and Pyl, Dutch mips of war. Wind S. W. GravtfctiJ, Of?. 6. Parted by the Spcs Fortunae, Willhm-Yon, from Notwiy ; V^w Altic, Leurs, from Amfterdam ; Wefer, Sager, frooj Bremen; and Vrow Martin, Andrews, 'from Harlem. N. L O N D O , Yefterday evening, at five o'clock, Mr. Pitt had a private interview with his Royal High-nefs the Prince of Wales at tarlton-Houfe* The iHinifter continued with his Highnefs for two hours. YeirVrday at noon their Majefties and the three elder Princeffes came from Kew to St. James's Palace, where there was a Drawing Room, the fulleft for fome weeks part, which began at the bfaal hour. , The company confifled of the King, Queen, liis Royal Highnefs the Prince of Wales (who *>ame in a private manner) the PrinceiTes Royal, jAugufta, and Elizabeth. The Princefs de Caftelacicalla, the Lady cf the Danifh Envoy; Spanifh and French Ambaf-jfadora j. Pruilian, Neapolitan, Bavarian, Ruffian^ VoUfti, Dapith, Swedifh, and Venetian Envoys Jrreflfei and Portaguefe Secretaries; Baron Kutz-Itbth, �rid 'Admiral Brettau and his foe. . fSiP- terac* the Archbifliop of Canterbury, Lor* Chancellor of Ireland, Chancellor of the Exchequer, Mailer of the Rolls, and Attorney General. D�kes of Leeds and Dorfet, and their DucheiTei. Marquifles and Marchionefles of Salisbury and AbercOfn. Earls of Seftor, Harcourt, Harrington, Glen-�
Pint Bottles at 5s. 3d. and Quarts at 10s. 6d. legally Stamped, with ample Directions for Ufe, and many rcfpaftabla Cafes of Cures annexed. Mrs. Vincent ferioufly aflures the AfBicied, that there is not in all Nature a mire efficacious and innocent Remedy for Difeafw of the Sk'r, chan this Lotion, whether in the Face or any oth�r Part. It is no Repellant, but acts by gently opening the Pores, and dulcifying and extracting the morbid Virus latent in the Cutis. Lidles and Gentlemen who have been tormeuted with burled Faces, and obftinate Eruptions, for many Years, baffling every attempt of the Faculty, Sea Bathing, and the moft celebrated Mineral Waters, have been fpeeuily and happily cured by this very elegant and fafe Preparation of Vegetables. To the PUBLIC, The Reputation of, and Demand for, this Lotion, having Induced a Perfon, who declines avowing his Refidence,. aad adopts the Delufion of a voluntary" Oath, neither cognizable nor puni/habte by the Laws againft Perjury, to attack the Authenticity of my Lotion, I feel myfelf called upon to ftate to my Friends and the Public, that I have, for the Infpedkion of thofe Ladies and Gentlemen who wifh to purchafe Dr. Gawla-id's Lotion, the moft unequivocal Proofs that my Lotion is genuine, and the fame as prepared by Dr. Gowtand in his Lifetime; and particularly, that it is prepared in the moft careful Manner, from the moft fete&ed Articles to be prosaied. Further. I have, for the Infpcftion of the Afflicted, the moft refpectable and well-authenticated Cafes of Cure, with Celerity and Safety; prefenting more real Confolation n them, and, perhaps, more ftrongly confirming my Poffeflion �f the original Recipe, than a Volume of Affidavits, or even the moft authentic written Teftimony. As the fallowing Note, from a Gentleman of the Faculty, i* fhort, to the Point, and written two Years fince, I have felectsd it for Publication. . M. E. VINCENT,} (COPY) ; - June 29, r788. Dr. MAXWELL'S Compliments wait on Mrs. Vincent; begs leave to acquaint her, that having had Occafion tt obferve the Efficacy 0/her Dr. Gowland's Vegetable Loticn, particularly in a Cafe of a moft violent Eruption of th� Face, when it was ordered with the moft happy Effect*, he takes this Opportunity of acknowledging the very great Utility of that valuable Remedy. , *#* The Stamp, affixed to every Bottle, irfigned by Mrs. M. E. Vincent, and Mr. Bacon, as Vender, as the belt poflible Teft of Authenticity to die Pttrthafer* �a�4 The Genuine TINCTURE of HEATH VALERIAN, for Nervous Dil'orders, and Hyfteric Complaints, invented by die late Sir JOHN HILL, M. D. Is faithfully prepared from his MS. Recipes by hit Reliet ana Executrix, the Hon. LADY HILL, at her Houfe in Curtoa-ftreet, Berkeley-Square, London. THIS TINCTURE of VALERIAN is prepared foleiy from the Root of the true Heath Valerian, far fuperior (but much more rare) than what is foundby Rivers aad in Woods, and generally fold. It pcffeflfcs-^ondcrtia Efficacy in all Nervous Diforders, Fife, Head-Achs, Weak-nefs, Heavinefs� and Lownefs of_ Spirits, Dlmnefs of Sight, Confufed Thoughts, and Wanderings of the Mind i Vapours and Melancholy, and all Kinds of Convulfions and Hyfterical Complaints wadually go off by the �fe of this Medicine. In Sicknefs nf Stomach, the ConvulEre Afthma, and in Flatulencies and Cbftructions, it is a moft fafe and efficacious Remedy. As the Difeafes wherein this Preparwon of Valerian is recommended are almoft always the Growi of Time, fo they re�-quire fome Perfeverance to meet a Cu;e. The Operation of the Medicine is gradual, yet cereaki, and its hrft Symptoms of good Effect areSerenity and Cheerfulnefs. Sold, by fpecial Appointment of Lady Hill (as by the London Gatetti of March 13, 1790), by W. Bacon, at his Medicinal Warehoufe, No. 150, Oxford-itreet, London, in Bottlei, Price 3s. 6d. where Venders may be fupplied. There are alfo Bottles (containing mote than Seven at 3s. 6d.) Price One Gui;iea each j theje, are fold only at Mr. Bacon's Houfe. *#* Lady Hill figns her Name upon every Bottle; and ** W. - Bacon," as Vender, is written by hiaa upon every Stamp. No otheraare genuine. [1807 ADAMS'S SOLVENT, For the STONE and GRAVEL. FOR many eminent and refpe&able Proofs of the Innocency an� Efficacy of this SOLVENT, the Afflicted are referred to Mr. PERRY's ESSAY, on the STONE, in which appear the Cafes of Patients of the firft Diftinction. in this Kingdom, illuftrated by the moft eminent ' of the Faculty. Since the laft Edition of that Work, the following Cure, amongft others, has occurred : it presents not enly indubitable Evidence of the folvent Power of this Medicine in the Stone and Gravel, but alfo its happy Effects in removing Difpofition of the Habit to calculeus Concretions, an Advantage which even Chirurgical Operation cannot fecure to the Patient. Mr. T. Robertfhaw, a Non-Commiffioned Officer in the Royal Regimcn&gf Horfe Guards Blue (and in General Blath-wayt*s Troop), wa* for many Years tormented with Fits of the Gravel, which at length became Stone, rendering him incapable of doing his Duty ; the Accumulation was fo rapid and alarming, that he kept his Bed for fix Weeks, being unable all that Time to ftand upright but witii the greateft Agony. At this Period he was reported by the Regimental Surgeon to have a confirmed Stone, and to be in great Danger. General Blathwayt's Servant was thereupon difpatched for Adams's Solvent, whi*i, by the Tim* Mr. Robertfhaw had taken it three Weeks, gave him fome Relief-in Six or Seven more he began to evacuate Quantities of Scone and clayey Matter. The excruciating Pains which had kept him awake for Nighu together abated, and Symptoms threatening an Ulcer disappeared. By this happy Change Mr. Robertfhaw could walk about, and with further Continuance of the Solvent, he ventured ta mount his Horfe, palling Stone and Sand in prodigious Quantities daily,- till he grew as well as ever he was In his Lift : , although it ii how Two Years fince he left off the Solvent, yet he continues perfectly well, and is doing Daty with the Regiment, to the Surprife of every one who knew hit Caie ; his Cure being conlidered as one of the moft aftoniming laftaacso of the Power of this Medicine. - The Solvent 'is fold by the fpecial Appointee* 0/Mr. Perm Surgeon (th* Difooverer), by Mr. Bacon, at hit PateatMeA* cinai Warehoufe, No. 150, Os&rd-ftrcet (oppefite New Bond-ftreet), London, in Battles, Price 5s. 54. and its. 6d. with Directions for Tjfe, legally ftamped. Whtse may be had* " Perry on the Stone,** Price 3s. bound. There are alfo Bottles at tl. as. containing equal to five st 53. ;d.r�thefe are fold only at Mr. Bacon's at above. %* Every Bill of Direction* ilfigred Uy Mr. Perry, fi every Stamp by Mr.*fiacon� a double Guard to die afflicted againft Fraud; and aU Bottle* n�tft diftrngwifhed *M afTuredly fpnrious. [1M5
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