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   World Fashionable Advertiser, The (Newspaper) - February 9, 1787, London, Middlesex                                . - h ,� - 1 [Number 35.] FRIDAY,  February 9 1787. [Price 3d/J OPERA KING'S THEATRE. fr^*0-mcrroruggist, No. joo, Strand, near Exeter ^Change, at is. each Box. � STATE-LOTTERT OF ENGLAND, i-jl6'. Begins. Drawing, lath of February, 1787. TICKETS and SHARRS of TICKETS, are Selling, in great variety of Nurnbers, byj. SHOWER atthe Government State Lottery Office,.No. u.3, New Bond-street: Where, during the last Twenty State Lotteries, a reat Number of Capital Prizes have been Sold, Shared, and aid to the several fortunate Adventurers, on demand, with-cut any deduction whatever. All Shares Sold at the above old established Licenced Office,' are stamped by his Majesty's Commissioners, and ;the PRIZES .paid as soon as drawn,-Correct Numerical "Books kept. Tickets registered at Sixpence each, and the earliest account sent of their Success.^-Themost Money given for Prizes in the English and Irish State Lotteries: and all Business relative to the Lottery transacted on the most equitable Terms. A VERT CURIOUS CROSS-BEAST-ASS- ERO. PERFECTLY^ as he thirties, acquainted with  tha hole Back peipers ngewlinggraceful modulations >- In Regnum Animale, as* perfect, unknown to Mr. BufTon, as never seen so file fart?tfull in tfeus noble country;-coming over lately from the greatest, sincjrest, and lousi-richest island Purz Cephaloni Heart-Caca, situated in Puf past purzdecel-times in the Sau, or vulgarly called the Maarsch-Sce, landed at Port Stinckfotzenberg, erring with his fine writing companion from Conduit Bedlam, to a lyers stucco clean looking Cabbin, not above hundert miles from the corner of Silver and Great Pultney Streets, Golden Square, where for a twelve month past, and a stincking dirty Demostenisch fine speaking Gaper as a humpum puf-puss Miserebilas only by credit were-tolerated in 5 eitherof these beautiful decorated titles Automats have full the hight of myrthfull Cotillion dancing Paviansthat fine basane fades of the first, called John parad-Ox Buffi, resembles in his Bridle loose four-wall doingsa good deal to Colonel Jacko, quite- new in his embroidered regimentals, and as much unaccustomed* to.good brad society, as to his following sword 5-but stilL more, has he a strikeing likeness t$ a Jesuit Beggar Munck Asken-defrochej-and that latter writing, fine speakings andqua Secretarius upon the stage acling amiable little stright figure, iboReof the besV&nd most eompleatest Copies, of Master Peter, that fine"wild Hoy descnarge;--In swallowing, and rendering fine exquisit thoughts, they excede-byfar tfie fattest unlearned barbarien chewed sweins, ever hoarded in this nourishing fine he country, and surpasses by rapsodies sometimes, many of the grossiers Learned Hogs known for 'their Stinckmatzfistrian olearness,- as well in near, as in far-sighted thinkings, writings, readings, Court Gambades, t-and fine drawings,r&fter Mr? Bagpiper's schmierpinzter^s Invention 5 every hour from 'Eight ;in the Morning till1 late in the dusk $-i-partkularly for* the convenience cf those' desireabie Scales^ looking-for smells at a'very Scheet Admittance, Two Pence Half Penny, Only 5 fashionable bred People pay accord7 ing their known generosity, unlimited- by the-good manage* meats of their Stuarts, as much as they like #    #   #   # I THE PLAY-HOUSE. DRURY-LANE. THis Evening will be presented, a Comedy, called LOVE FOR LOVE. To which will be added, (30th time) the Historical Romance of RICHARD CXEUR DE LION. J To-morrow a Tragedy, (never a&ed here) called The Count of Narbonne. BY COMMAND OF HIS MAJESTY. THE following ORATORIOS will be per-formed on the SIX FRIDAYS in Le*t,. under the' same^iireclion as the Concert of Ancient Music, in Tottenham-street. ATHALIA, JUDAS MACCABEUS, DEBORAH, L1 ALLEGRO, with DRYDEN's OB, THEODORA MESSIAH. Subscription, Three Guineas, taken at Messrs. Longman's and Broderip's Music-shops-The Tickets not to be transferable^_ LESDELICESDES YEUX ETDE L>ESPRIT. MUSEUM, -LEICESTER-HOUSE, (Late SirAsbton Lever u) THIS admired Assemblage of the Produ&ions of Na ture and of Art-which, for its combined beauty and inexhaustible variety, was not only declared, before a Committee of the Houseof Commons, by judges of the first eminence, who had visited every public and private Cabinet of note in Holland. France, Spain, Portugal, Germany, Italy, Sicily, and the Cities oi Brussels, Dresden, Moscow, and St. Petersburgh, to be unequalled 5 but has also been pronounced by the Legislature of this Kingdom, to be " superior to any thing of the kind in Europe, or, perhaps, " to them all united, as it comprehends articles so rare and " valuable, as are not to be found in any other Collection" as usual, from eleven to four (Sundays excepted*) Admission Half a Crown each Person. Good fires in all the Galleries. POLITE LITERATURE, &c. Yo+mArrviVi at Nootty %viU be published^ Price Ore Shillings ALETTER to the Right Hon. EDMUND BURKE, Esq; Occasioned by his SPEECH in the HOUSE of COMMONS, on :^o^J?ay, February 5th, 1787. ^ et Pcleu&r'cwp Pauper, sxul, vterqjje, Pwjfc&empulfas et Sesqulpedalla   * To-morrow will beperformed (1st time) a new play, in five acts, called Such Things Are. MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES. J OFFICE OF AMERICAN CLAIMS. Lincoln's- Inn - Fields, 6tb February, 1787. WHEREAS several Persons who have lodged Claims at this OfBce have, upon being summoned to attend, neglected or omitted to appear in consequence thereof. This is to desire that all Claimants to whom such Summons has been sent (of which Information may be obtained at this Office, in case the Summons has not been received) will by themselves or their Agents within two months from the date hereof, signify at this Office their intention of prosecuting their Claims, pr in default thereof it will be presumed that they mean to relinquish the same. JOHN FORSTER, SECRETARY. JOHN  THWAITES, LINEN-DRAPER MERCER, and HOSIER, At the original Bee-Hive, No. 306, High Holborn, five doors above Chancery-Lane. RETURNS Thanks to the Nobility, Gentry and Public in general, for their kind support, ^nd begs them to beware of' being misled by a Shop lately fitted out by an envious neighbour, in the same street, in imitation of the said John THWAITES's Shop Front, and Sign. JOHN THWAITES is determined to persevere in his former Cheap Plan, and to sell goods of an excellent quality, very-cheap, for ready money. The Nobility and Gentry will find tneir advantage in taking down the Number of his Shop as above-and to notice that it is nearly opposite the White Hart Inn, Holborn. PERFUMED WAX CANDLES from ITALY, Now landed, and sold only at TKORLEY's WAX WAREHOUSE, No. 29,, Lombard-street; Wax Merchant to his Majesty's Royal Navy. THE Superiority of these CANDLES over all others, makes them scarce to be imported. They burn with an azure lustre, and are delicately wnite and transparent j rthey never require snuffing, and diffuse a pleasing fragrancy while burning, 2s. lod. per lb. The real German Wax Candles, that have gained a merit over all of English JVianufacture, at 2s. 8d. per lb. English Wax Candles of the best sort, at.ae. 6d. per lb. Do. second sort, as. 3d. per lb. Minoj-ca and Narbonne HONEY of the finest flavour, at 3s. per pound, in Jars-of all sizes* N. B. Please to take notice, that this is the first Advertisement for Perfumed Wax Candles, brfng the only Importer^ This caution being necessary,- as there are a se&of paltry Hawkers and Dealer? about Edward-street, who daily impose English Wax Candies on the public for fbfegp. �PARISH OF ST GEORGE HANOVER*. " � SQUARE'. THE COMMITTEE appointed, at tEe GE-NE^LL MEETING of the Inhabitants.of this parish, held on the 12th of December last, acquaint the Parishioners, that the Appeal directed by such.Qeneral Meeting to be brought against the Poor's Rate, came on to be heard before the Magistrates in General Quarter Sessions, assembled on Friday, the 19th day of January, and the Magistates then presiding, were equally divided on the question, as to quashing the rate. The Committee think it right to inform the Parishioners of their intention to bring on at the next Quarter Sessions (which will be held in April) another appeal against the said rate; .and also ah appeal against a variery of articles in the accounts of the,poor oi the said parish 5 in wlTi'ch applications the Committee have every reason to expedl success. Such inhabitants as are desirous of assisting the Committee, by communicating cases of inequality in the assessment, or any other information on the subje^r, are requested to address the same to Mr. J. W. Ivison, Mount-street j and all persons willing to join in supporting the undertaking with their subscriptions, will please to observe, that they will be received by Mr. W. Clarke, Little Grpsvenor-'street, the Treasurer appointed at the General Meeting. TO THE PUBLIC. qpWELVE WHOLE STATE LOTTERY A TICKETS may be gained for the Deposit of ONE GUINEA, and SIX WHOLE STATE LOTTERY TICKETS for the Deposit of HALF A GtJINEA, without the �risk" of a-BLANK, At MARGRAY's Office, ;No. 137, FLEET-STREET, Viz. for the deposit of One: Guinea ..a-Number will be given, .which Number should it be drawn either a Blank or a Prize of 20L during the First Six Days of the Drawing, the Bargain shall,be void, and the Deposit returned. But should the Number be drawn a Prize of 50I. or upwards during the said ..sjxdays, TWELVE Whole undrawn STATE LOTTERY TICKETS shall be delivered to the fortunate Claimant on demand. HALF A GUINEA will be entitled to Half the above benefits. f. t 1 J OBSERVATION. j The advantage arising from the above plan cannot be better 1 pointed out than by comparing it with the chance of a ' WHOLE Lottery Ticket. J r\o Prizes --------.....,w �www�.w *~ , 15 - the present Lottery the an- j 10- nexed Prizes above 1001.  *S   5- >  3- 2 1 1 of 500 L. of 1000 of 2000 of 5000 of 10,000 Of 20,000 tnat cne noioer or a ucK.ec wnicn coses apove 151. na* sixty-five chances of obtaining a .prize of above icol. easin the above plan, for One Guinea dtrly, If drawn a In all 65 Prizes above iool So that the holder of a ticket which costs above 15I. has only whereas prize of 5cl. or upwards, it entitles the fortunate adventurer to Twelve Tickets, which in the course of the first week of the drawing (valuing a Ticket at 16L 16s. only) will amount 4xt20il. 25.--Now as there are 421 prizes of 50!. and upwards Mi; the Lottery, consequently those who venture only One Guinea in the above plan have 421 chances of obtaining prizes pf above 100L whilst the holder of a ivbph 'ticket has'"only sixty-five chances of obtaining a prize of above/iool! besides the advantage of having the .Guinea returned onxheeventof a .Blank the~firstweek. Again, the purchaser of a sixteenth part of a ticket, which will cost neara Guinea, must be fortunate enough to have a Prize of 2000I. before he can gain 125L whereas In the above plan theorizes of 50I. will produce more .than 200I. nay even Half a Guinea laid out in the above plan will produce nearly as much in case of a prize of 50I. as a sixteenth of a ticket can produce in case of a prize of 2000L  It should also be considered, that the value of theTwe/^ Tickers is not the sole ob^eft, 'but the"holding of twelve or srx tickets through the whols&ortery, which originally cost, the owner only One Guinea,' or Haifa Guinea. N, B. The above cannot be had after This Evening, PROCEEDINGS AND DfiBATELS IN PAR LIAMENT. HOUSE   OF  LORDS. Th ursday, February S, COMMERCIAL  TREAT! the that the papers already on the Table of thc imports and exports, were not sufficient for their Lordships' information, "he therefore wished to have the account of imports and exports prior to 1784. Lord CAERMARTHEN said the. Custom-house accounts prior to 1784, were not sufficiently con-eft to give any material information; mon. HAWKESBURY STORMONT to 1784, Lord CAERMARTHEN promissd they should be laid before the House, on which the Noble Viscount withdrew his motion. The Duke of NORFOLK moved that there be laid before the House an account of all the coals exported from this country to Holland, France and Germany, within the last fifteen year's. LOTTERY BfLL. Lord SYDNEY moved, That the Lottery-Bill be read a second time. Lord DERBY reprobated the Bill in strong terms-and insisted, that it was to encourage gambling and gamblers. Lord SYDNEY insisted, that what he had done, was merely official-as to gamblers, thank Qod, he was not acquainted with any-nor did he, or would he ever associate with anys let their situation in life be ever so exalted. Lord DERBY confessed, that he was not so niece in the choice of his company, as the Noble Secretary, but was confident the BUI in question was a job of somebody*s, to serve somebody. Lord HOPETOUN defended the Bill, as a wise and-prudent measure. Lord SIORMONT attacked the Bill as opening a door to gambling, that no other Bill had ever done before. Ke had sefn, he said, gambling and gamblers in many countries; and if the Noble Secretary was to. make it a rute not to associate With any man who had broke thro' the laws of his country, by losing more than iol. at a' sitting, his acquaintance would be much narrowed 5 and he believed he could scarce associate with any one in that House. The CHANCELLOR defended the Bill, which he said was intended to remove the evils complained of 5 and therefore he hoped to see it go to a Committee ; if any Noble Lord should then see a reason for proposing an alteration, it might easily be done. Lord CARLISLE confessed, that he felt the force of what the Noble Secretary had said, relative to gamblers; he thanked him for the admonition, bowed, and kissed the rod-that chastized him, but when he sinned, it was owing "to the inexperience of youth. The Bill was'then read a second tim'e, and ordered to be committed for to-morrow (this day). Adjourned. HOUSE   OF  COMMONS. Th u,rsld a Yy February j?. Re#d a third,time, and .gassed* .the Lottery Bill, and ordered it to the Lords. Received. and; read,', several .petitions for .bring* -ing.in private bills. IMPEACHMENT o/HASTINQS. The House haying resolved itself into a Com-* mktee, Mr. St. -John in .tlje Chair, tthe adjourned motion of yesterday ^as .tsad ;.by the Chairman. A short, debate then arose, whether-.Sir Elijah IwpMy&9yh& be .again admitted to the gar, to-re^ . consider, and .cprreft or.conftEjj^t^e; written evidence of yesterday. , -Mr, Demptgr arid Mr. Townsbtnd contended for-his admission, but.it was opposed- amdr^g others, by Mr. Pitt, Mr. Dunda}, and. the SolU. fitcr-Generaly as unprecedented, and. contrary to all laws, in; the admission and record of evi-.denpe-.      *' -   - Mr. Alderman TQWm.HZND, In reply to the arguments, of the Sol>citGr-&#$xah, urged,-.thst .as the Committee was so thin, few" questions-jxnd answers would; be no unsuitable preparative to the heavy debate that might follow. When the dinners,. together with all the ^rgunjents should,be finished, there was uo doubt thit the House would be full enough and, ripe, to decide-? but until that hour, surely no cpnvers'&tiQh could be too trifling. The motion for the introduction of .Sir Elijah Impey .was put,, and passed in the negative^   : Mr. .-FRANCIS then rpse ; r but was. interrupted by,       '    . . -   ,    ; Sir WJLLIAM DOLB EN, who jUrg&d > j that he .had only.a,word_or jwo tp.say.in^piaiifition^f his conduft yesterday-he hinted that some unfair imputations had been fixed on his.haviog   

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