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Morning Chronicle (Newspaper) - November 14, 1798, London, Middlesex 4 If H 9 I i tS I iff tillHg iMJilUtlU ROYAL CIRCUS GEORGES POSITIVELY TfltE i AST NIGHT BUT Foftfee BENEHT of PdRTERi Clown to the wfflWtfrefcnted a Variety of Entertainments i A Ballet called and 3PEGGY The Scotch by andthe MrfsCabanals j favourite to1 be fung byrMifs mollaftoTiifiiihg Feats or pJiiJiioi AUiiji i by Porter and feveralnew kindly pffered tbeir on the above this Dancingon the Slack Wirepin full by A variety ofthe moft excellent the cpurte tif the particularly the wpnderfuLTJilplay of Hu toan Plights freni the Grand Trampo line over Men by over a Garter 15 feet brace ajnd through a of Taylor to Ijy grand Spedlaclej with drefles and Sled THE KNIGHTS of favourite grand Pantomitoe of or Harlequin in the of a netfr Turkiih To yirith a corredi Refrefeptation the Memorable Vidlory Firff of by tke pliant NELSON withthe breaking of theTrertch and of the French Admirals In theTMouifrof the Wear with an appropriate Previous to which a Double Hornpipe by the Mifs CABANALS Nobility and ybo either j feu or certainly find the above faQiion the moftregular arid eligible market there being alvvaysfcfreater variety of genuine original PiQures upon Sale by Private at this National than any whurt in Admittance from MAILLARDETs AUTOMATICAL EX Great Spring having fceen honoured with the prefence of is again open for Public with Carious and Improvements in the Morning from eleven and in the Evening from feVen till Two Shillings and of LOW A GENTLEMAN from the Agent for ah extelifive will undertake to Negotiate Bills at tonger dates is ufually Particulars inay be addreffed with the greateft confidence to and if an interview will be immediately 0NEY jeady tobe advanced on BILLS of Jt NOTES of from two to fit Months date and weBfecured will dfo and the beftprice ppft paid from principals for any fumsnot under will immediately attended addreffed to O N TWO CHARITY SERMONS will be preached at Taviftock Broad for the BENEFIT of the CHIEDREN belonging toL the ParHh of Martin in the fields r that in the by the HAL late Chaplain in the Royal Navy that in the Even ing by tkeRev Minifter of the faid and joint LeAuntf of Prayers will begin in the morning at and in the half paftfix t ALL Peffons who have any claifhs or demands on the Eftete of WILLIAM BOLTONi fate of Ba London and of in the of are delired to fend an account thereof to William Gilmore of Bafinghall ftreet Son of the deceafed And all perfons in debted to the are forthwith to pay their Debts to faid William Gilmore ESTATE of GEORGE ALLPerfons to whom the late George of HO was Indebted at the time of his who have received his arerequefted to fend an account of their refpedlive demands to Scott and Saint Mildreds Solicitors to the faid on or before the day of December or they will be excluded all besefit faid afinal dividend being then about to be PETER GRANTS THE Creditors of PETER JL late Ptfrfer of the hip in the fervice of theEaft India are requefted to fend an account of their the nature of their fecuritresi all Rerfons indebted to Mh Grants Eftate are to pay their refgeclive Debts to a CredifQis of MrVROBERTANDER of of de ceafed of and formerly of aredefiredto fend an account of 1 their DemaTidsto the John Coal Mer il Arid all perfpns in i debted to the faid Robert are defiredtopay j their refpedlive Debts immediately to John as i ACADEMY for SCOTCH IRISH STEPS HOPKINS refpeafully informs his Scho lars and his Friends in that his ACADEMY for which has for ettabliQied at with the firft IS NOW OPEN for the Improvement Ladies and Gentlemen in Jiecefiary and polite ac and where theyhave the opportunity of in the MOST and on reafonable in the Highland with the Steps peculiarly adapted for thofe favourite Devonfliire and En after the nioit approved and fafhion able the courfebf thekattendance made conveni ent to tbefiifelves application as LADIES and GENTLEMEN in every fafhionable attention exerted toform the moft elegant tt render them Capable of appearing witntliat fatisfaciioii to their which is everattendantpn true politenefs and good The Afienibly Room may be engaged for or any onJACffTIOUS their Medkuial Ufes and Appli tfations with a hiftory of theireffedts upon the Human illuftrated by a of fome of them new and more interelUng than even thofe brought forward in laft years In the Philofophical Experiments the of Heat excited by Osygen Gas will be illuftrated by tiie the combuftion of the and ftifion of Rock By on Tuefday the 2pth and be continued every Tburfday and Tuefday at Eight in a convenient two doors from Ticketsfor the Courfe one Guinea for any Single Lec ture 6dt to be had at the Room and at Crofs Orcetj BOOK rPHE ANNUAL before the So JL ciety for promoting Religious Knowledge amongthe diftributing Bibles and other Religious will preached THIS at Salters tg the HUGH Service to beginat n The Members and their Friends dine together the fame at the Pauls Head at half fraft Samuel John William Chatteris Joieph Fox Wiltim Walton John Shcrring William Wing John Jacob Dixon Tickets for the dinner at Seven Shillings each may be hadf at the Pauls Head Cateatonftreet 5 ajfp at and of the RICHARD No Colleaion at the ROxMAN or PARKER and prepare a ftrong CEMENT for which in all fupefior to Dutch Terras or It fets in about 15 and veryf0on becomes impenetrable to Forall that require either a quick or a per manent induration of the er wherethe improve iriehtof common Mortar is is of unqueftionable Cifternsi for njay be conftrudtedwith in the uioft durable and ef fectual They afo prepare and FLAT Works of that Satisfadtory tells of tHo qualities oftUefeiiia1 tatiais may befeenat the SWAINSON being returned toTown for returninghis ufual hours ofCgrref s and begs leave to apprife liis Patients aiid riendsj thathe is home daily from ten to one oclock to eificacious the aBPoiF been admi by general diredtionsi yetiexpeHeficecontinually inftrudts of in cafes Whenf the Coriftitution is aftedted by by by difeafed niuft be regulated byan attentive obfcrvation of the Effcdls of the Jn all plicate and important where hereditary or actjuired Bfleafescif the blood and have a tendency Epifepfy ofe i nldy be of greatVim portaace to ascertain the powers producing thofe the be to to regulate the diet xf the The Medicine is at Chyniift to his Royal Higlinefs tiie Priiice a Small pleafantly fituated between Kenfington and Tufri ham by the or not exceeding a mile it either to the rightxr Apply to i a YOUNG MAN who is capable VV of Keeping a SET arid is thoroughly acquainted with Mercantile Bull I A line To be left at the bar of the New York will be attended i POHEY and TO he one of the neareJt CHAISE CARTS in together with aWELCH which has run in it during the The Poney is warranted hardy and iurefooted he trots and canters and free he has travelled 6b and i 70 miles per day for feveral days They may be i bought with the Harnefs feparate and reference I may to the has no f jjrther ufe for To be Teen at Gullans Livery Stables over Weftminfter 25 guineas for the To be and ENTERED UPON ACommedious pleafantly fituated at ten miles from and the fame dif tancefron fit fpr theRefidence of a Gentlemans Familyj with and other and above Sevcntylix Acres ofLand Fortyeight acres of j the Land are immediately contiguous to the and about fourWfit areiaid out in Garden and Pleafure The Houfe will be fold with the or any part of the William at will Prc and for Particulars to Robert Doni who is authorifed to fell the The Purchafer may be accommodated with the Furniture at an appraife be SOLD by PRIVATE to pay a clear 4 per to a a FREE HOLD and TYFHEFREE containing about 650 Statute Meafu and entirely confifting of an cient Meadow and Pafture Land in feveral old Inclofures lying near fcveral populous witfein five miles of a confiderable Market furrouhded with good and a navigable didatice from London 64 The Ettate is capable of confiderable on account of anlnclolure which has lately taken which will occafion the greateft part of an ad joining Heatli to be ploughed and thereby make Grazing Laud of greater A Mail Coach pafies through the Town neareft adjoining to the Eftate every For particulars enquire of Blake arid Cooks HOUSJESvto FURNISHED or on TWO Capital 45 and in with two large handfome Drawing ditto Diningparlour in detached Stone and Paved on an excel lent in with handfome front andpvedHauV a roomy in Old with handfome good double Staircafej and paved Halh For particulars at the Gork TO be or the LEASE a Good FAMILY refpedtfuily fituate in the Neigh bourhood of the Proprietor leaving off Houfc would have no objedlion tobecome Tenant for the Counting Houfe and one The Premifes are handfomely fitted up and in cbmplete The Fix tures are tobe taken by Appraiferrient the which isljuite may be hjtd on the fame Apply to Aldgate REALCHINESE for BLACK and RED MOROCCO rTlHESE elegant Liquids are put up in i the at and the Red at and for by the Real ANDREW JOHNSTON to their RoyalHighHelfe the Prince Lombard where country hops may be fupplied upon liberal 11 OYSTERS Sola by PETO at their Old and only Original who have had the far thef48 ferving the ind Public In in all parts of the kingdom with genuine BARRELLED OYSTERS and where they mayr always depend on being fervedWith the belt Green Native COLCHESTER QVSTERS at and ex ceeding tine PYFLEET OYSlERS at per by their molt obedient humble PETOand Pleafe to that all Oyfters ferit from our Wafehoafe will be marked PtTO on onefide of the FreSi Moridaysi and rieat frorn the We fell no Oyfters at Names the TO HACKNEY x ONE HUNDRED GUINEAS November WHEREAS it has beed humbly reprefented to the Kwgx that about hlfpaft 6 oclock irt the evening eF Tuefday the 6th GEORGE EDMUND fon of John of Sun Tavern in the County of was forcibly feized by two or more riien in Back near the Turnpike in the Pariih of George in the who after haying blindfolded and gagged dragged him acrofs a Field to a place called Botany tiie New with the moft horrid they forced him into threatening to blow out bis brainsif he made the leaft noiTeor refiftance one of the men got into Cpach with and the other he imagines Box with the Coachman and after drove a confiderable Coach topped in Chick now called Weft from whence the faid Edmund Shuttleworth was con dudted through fome Affies or arid put into a pri vate fet upon a and infornjed that if he made the leaft attempted to take the from pi or the Gag from his he wouldbedone After keeping him this fituation fortyeigkt without any except a fmail piece of and taking from him money except three they cbnveyed him through feveral wmdings into Weft Smithfield where they difengaged faying and be forhe perfon they His apperhending and bringing to jufticc the perfons concerned In the atrocious Feloivy above is hereby pleafed topromife his moft gracious pardoi to any one of them difcovcr his or her Accomplice or fo that or they may beapprehended and convidted Andas a faid John Shuttle wrortbEerebyrofrcrsfa Reward ofONE HUNDRED GUI NEAS toany Peiltin or Perfons who fliall make fuch difco very as tit be paid on the conviction of any one or more of the liy JOHN and returns his gratefuLacknpteledgaments to his Friends tEe for the great encouragement has received thanten and refpfcdlfully informs them that has removed from oppefitethe in the Strand fora conti nuance of which he will endeavour to execute in the moft punctual Periodical Publications regularly delivered Print ing correctly and performed Plates neatly engraved Books bound in the moft elegant manner arid the London Newfpajjcrs free to all parts of Great and delivered in every part of the To prevent any miftake or dirappointmect in execution of their Weftley intreatsbis friends and cuftpniers be particular in directing to him at r the iilNGs REGISTER and OTHER ROBERTS and Ox beg kaVe to offer the above new invention to the and thePublic as an article which they prefume will be of fuperior to any Grate hitherto for its fimplicity iu HS well as rreatand elegant It is fo cotiftrudtcc nzefire may be bad at pleafurejby which means auy degree of heat can be caft into the room that may be wiftied with laving of more than one half of the fuel ufed in other When thefire is iritsiided to be extinguifhed it be done in a and it effectually prevents the duft from rjifperfing itfelf about the which has ever been found deftructivc tovaluable It is a perfect from any danger that may happen by and a cure for Smoaky or tticir will have an opportunity of inspecting their as every article is manufactured on togethfr with the advantage of being charged A variety of Cuuht Rumfprds Im proved CHILDBED and READYMADE LINEN WARET A BRAHAIVI and beg leave to arquajnt ia their Friends and the that they have provided afiextenfive aflartment of In the CHILDBED LINEN at their old efta as above where they may depend on being fiwrplicsl with Goods of the firft at the ufual mode rite Orders to the Eaft and Weft in any fupplied at a here ALLENs CHEAP LINENDRAPERY Cornef of Cheapfide late with New THIS where Ladies may be accommodated with the greateft varietv of new and faftiionableLINENDRA PERY and likewise all kinds of Family and Houfshold unufuatly JvALtEN begs leaveparticularly to recomtnencl his Cam bric which will be foundfar fuperior the generality of fabrics offered to the Public and fingu larly Danralk and Diaper Table he has a ryioft extenfive and in point of durability he 2s confident none can the corner of Elegant Printed New Boncl next Phillipss Audtion OAKLEY and humbly beg leave to prefent to the Gentryahdthe an estenfive affbrtmeHt of fuperb fuitable for the approaching frpm defigns by the firft Artiftsin the Alfo a variety of faiicy Prints of an inferior beautiful The whole being of their own they can warranfthem faft that when vvill look equal and oninfpec they will be found in quality and fuperior to any yet OAKLEY and have likewife reduced the prices for the advantage of Wholefale and the Trade in town and THE SECOND PART of the PHILOSO PHICAL for will be bedelivered to the Members pfthe Royal their Apartmetits in on Thurf day TURNERS STAMP On fijperfine royal being thfffame which he compiled for the life of the Stamp Snd Honourable Coicmiffioners of ajeftys Stamp Dutiss have fent and Agents in the HE takes opportunity inform the prefs having been kept hpls enabled to pubiiffi a new Edition in quarto with Explanatory arid ufeful Ap at reduced price of in and hopes to have the fame ready for delivery in a few No A few Copies of the fuper royal fheet may be had as v Plan Belles are ready to be dif never preached nor printed which no ever were or be The unifotmly Not jnpre than Ids than will he fold to any one Oecafional Sermons or an religious or moral may be iif arid every delicacy ob pelt to requeft of feveral the Author has compoted a few Tuited to the 6dv printeij in imitation of SALE of trre PALACESY WHITEHALL and JVMESft OTICE it hereby given That the Ccmmifjiotfers if fie Lknd for the Paluccs of WbidialL t deeming the fate Jtfl of Parliament if Tax charged ufiaitbtir Eftatisiii antt flat f or XtifcrifiWn luitb Land Schedule ifinjl ftfpcSiiVC and qiiantitiet of arid of Occupier previottjly to tire Meeting tfthe le delivered to Clerk a Ctrtifcate be Palaces of HfeNRY j GEOROE litentifs HENRY NORTON Sale of the Land TaxJf that J Board of TREASVRY S ALE of the hereby that litpitrfvanae of an JMajeltyi and of the Lands forfeited in the years 1641 and and other Lands yet remaiHing uhdifpsfed in fuch mannerand under fuch Provifions as arfe thereih The Lords Commffioners for executing tJie tyjpc Heirs and in this together iviib alfKet able iljereoiifpurfuant fo ilie Provijians the anAftof the entitled An Adt for making ColledtorsHeceipts for Quit Rents Crown and other Rents due to the fullahd legal Difcharges for the farfie and forlimiting theFees The Owners or Proprietorij or Perfons feized of Tenements and Hereditaments liable faid Rnts may iiy tire faid AS purchafe them at Rates hot loiaer than the Rates foil Where the Rents under one Grant or title under his Ma jefty exceed at the Rate of 30 years the Rents arid exceeding josiand not exceeding Rate of 15 years Rents exceeding at 20 years Owners and Prbprietbrs of Tkhesj or other the Rents of which are to be purchafed are to have a pro vided that within fix months from the pafljnjj of this Adt they depofit in the Treafury orie tenth part of thePurchafe and pay the Remainderin three equal Payments the Purchafer upon completing the Payments will bejentideditoali Rent accrued after making the Depo fit or afterpSiyirig the in cafe the whole be paidinone mid the rent may either be extin guiflied the and Per fons not feized in Feefimple whopurchafe Rents to be es tinguifiied may charge therEftate out of which theReat i3 payable with the Purchafe Money and which charge ihall have all All Bodies and ers and intending to purchafe for themfelvcs Guardians andCommittees on behalf of the Celtique and required tofurnifti theLords CommiSionePs of the Treafury with aa Account of the Femes or other Hereditaments out which the Rents are and of the particular Rents and anddeclare wlietherthey are delirous that the Rent hall be estinguiflied or iubiift for the Ufe of the Jjis Heirs or Certificate of the Payment of the Purchafe Mo defcribing the Rents enrolled in tiie Office of the Auditor or an attefted Copy hall by faid Ail be admitted in all Courts of Juitice as evidence of title of the Purchafer of faid and of all Perfona deriving QUGARS BOUGHT BEFORE the CHEAPER than at Other to and for Ready Money At EAGLETON and Eltablilhed Tea The GRASS Cheapfider where One Ounce ti the Pound of extra weight is which found to anfwer the utmolt the Money Their and Cocoa ers win be particularly favoured in the Prices of gjT Orders per or General Car for Town or duly attended Wholefale and PRIZES PAID on ON MONDAY NEXT The IRISH LOTTERY BE and fhe ENGLISH LOTTERY THE IITK THE TICKETS and SHARES arenowfel in great atthe 6ld State Lottery Office of 6j oppofite by remitting Bank Poft Qffice or Cafh by the or ftage coach and Shares Tent and their orders complied with thefame as if Corredl Books are Country Corref pondents duly attended Tickets and Shares regiftered Poft duly ani The IRISH STATE LOTTERY begins Drawing on C4iND AY morning HQRNSBY and refpeflfully the that an Exprefs will arrive daily with an account of each Days Drawing at their old eftablilhed State Lottery Liverpool apd the infpetSion of all thofe who honour HOUNSBY and with their free of any expence arid in Irifli and Englifli are in great variety of Numbers and on the Ipweft paid on of 4 3 4 6 30 60 MONDAY the IRISH besins Valueof each of Total v iooo 500 JOO 50 Firft drawn Day Firft drawn laft Day Blanks Part of the Capitals will be determined as follow t The Firft drawn Blank i5thDay aoco Ditto I9th Day Ditto and SHARES are Sdling at eWrjr L Licenfed Lottery and the Prices will be as ufnal on Perfonsjnthe Country remitting Ppft Office by the Mail or Stage to any of Creditjyrfll have Tickets and Sharesfent oil the feme Terms as if perfonaUy Ticket 18 o l Eighth r 5 Half 43 Sixteentb Quarter a a o
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