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   Morning Herald And Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 6, 1784, London, Middlesex                                ^6. 1179-1 F R I DA Y,   August  6,   1784. [Price Three, }Eci$ H A Y - .M A R K E T.     ; T the *TieatreVRoyal,   Hay - Market, .     .    THIS  E VJE N IN G, -        Will be performed a Comk Opera, called .f U M M:e R , A j� ,u "s e M E N t    Or, An ADVENTUiifi at Mwrgat;?-.   The Characters % Mr. BANNISTER, Mr. PARSONS,   Mr..EDWIN, Mr. DAV1ES, Mr, WEWITZE.R, * .'    Mr. BADDELEV, And " Mr,   PALMER. .   Mrs. WEBB,   Mifs HALE, V - And Mr�.- BANNISTER, ..End of die Opera, a Dance* called The MEDLEY, by  J Matter GEORGI, MifsBYRN, and Others. I End of the Opera^ a Dance, called The RIVALS, .by Mr. ,  BYRNE, Mr. R'OCHiFORp,* and Mrs. GOODWIN. To which will,be added a Comedy, in Two (never. �    . performed here) called T H E  M A N O F Q^U A L I t Y. Altered from Sir John Vanbnigh's Con.edy of the Relapfe. ~ Lord'Foppington Mr. PALMER; Young Fafhion, Mr. WILLIAMSON, Lory, Mr.EGAti, And SirTunbelly'Clumreyr Mr.WILSONj Nurfe, "Mrs. LOVE, Mifs Hovden by a YOUNG LA^Y,      . j. Being her firft appearance on any ftage. .  Places for .the Boxes to be taken of Mr. RICE, at the Theatre. The doors to be opened at Six and to begin at Seven o'el .ck'.   ' Boxes js.  Pit 3s.   Gal. zi.   Upper Gal. is. To-morrow '(3d night for the Author) the new Ooera of The- NOBLE   P E A S A N T.'' For the BENEFIT of Mr. WILSON. AT the Theatre-Royal, in the Hay Market, On TUESDAY next, Auguft icth, 17S4, Will be performed, a Comic Opera, call'd L I ONE L and CLARISSA. JeSamyy Signora SESTIM, (Being her firft appearance in that Character 'on thi- Stage.) Lionel, Mi. BRETT j Sir John F owerdale, Mr. AlCKlNj T"nkin3, Mr. BANNISTER 5 llarman, Mr. RILEY ; And Ctiionel O'.db..*, Mr. WILSON. Diana, Mifs GEORGE. LaiyMarv. Mrs. WEBB f lennv, M'rs. WELLS ; �And Cariffa, Mrs.. BANNISTER, feud of the Opera, never performed before, a Serio-Operatic - Sketch, in one Aft, called A   i* E E P   into   ELYSIUM; tttt, EOOTE, WESTON, and SHUTER ifl the Shales.-Foote, Mr. BANNISTER.} Weftos, Mr. EDWIN ; Shuier, Mr. PARSONS; Spirit, Mr. BRtTi'j And Wil/on,   Mr. WILSON. End of the Sketch, Joe Haynes's Epilogue, To.be fpoken by Mr. WILSQN, riding on an Afs. To which will be added (never performed here) a Tragical, Comical, Comical Tragical, Paitoral, Opcratic3l, Farcical Entertainment, call'd, The ^ H   A"" T    D'YE    CALL    I   T? %qiiir-e;Thorn3S, Mr. Parens ; Jonas Dock, Mr. Wilton, i Sir Roger, Mr. UTiher; Jultice Humphrey, Mr. Ste �Tins; Peter Nettle, Mr. Wewit*fr; Steward, Mr. Gardner; jyitiee Statute, Mr. Gaudry; Parifh Clerk, Mr. Barrett j and'Kittv, Mifs Morris. ..."      T R A G E~D I A N S : Timothy Peafcod,  MJ.JWilfin"; Thomas -Filbert,. Mr. Parfons   Serje-iut, Mr. Wewitzer j Conftable, Mr. Painter; Corporal, Mr.. Lyons ; Ghoft of Smut the Farrier, (with a Song) Mr. Davics ;" Firft Countryman, Mr. Spencer ; Second Conrrtryrhany Mr. Ledger; Sufan, vyith the favorite Song, *' 'Twas when the Seas were roari,ngV' by Mifs> George ; Aunt, Mrs. Edwin; Dorcas, Mr*. Lef:vre ; J'>\C�, Mifs Francis j Grandmother, Mrs. Love ; Ghoft of Bef's Smut. "Mrs. Morris ; Ghoft  � i  Goody  Black  and   Blue,  Mifs 'Brangin ; Ghoil of a Child unborn, Mailer Morris. At SOngianil full Chorus by the Ghoits, with aGhoflly Dance. � A Coustry Chorus, and a Chorns of Sighs-and Groans. '    . The Prologue by Mr, WILSON, The Epil gue by A PARISH CLERK. Tickets .and Places to be taken of Mr. Rice, at the Theatre. " ROYAL   C. T R C U S. "m II IS . and EVERY   E V EN.IN G, g  ,. will be prefented, A New Burletta, (6th time) called The   LOVERS   DEVICE. The Overture and Mafic compofed by Mr. BROOKS , With New :Scenes, BrefTes and Decorations. H QR SE M A N S HI P, -By   Mr.   H..U G _H E S   and   PUPIL S. * A Dance, called The   GUARDIAN   OUTWITTED. A New Dance, called THE   COOPER. To whic^ will be add:d, a new Pantomime, in Two Parts, , called The V f C I S S I T U D F. S of H A R L E Q U I N. The Mufic of the Reqit-'itive and Songs, compofed by ?vlr. Bcootcc. With entire-NTcw Scenery by Signor Novoiieiiki., The t>reffes and Decorations by Signor Liuino. ~To concluds with a fuperb F    I    R    E" - .W . O    R    K, . By Signor ROSS], Boxes 3s. Pit as. Gallery if. Places for the Boxes to be taken of Mr^ Thompfon at r>e .t^ircus., St. George's Fields. Vivant Rev & Hrgina ! The doors open at half pail five, and the performances begin at half paft fur o'clock. THIS EVENING, a New Pa-toniinie, in Three Parts, :   called HARLEQUPN, EMPEROR of the MOON. AT ASTLEY's. Amphitheatre and Am-' BiGU\-CoMi_c, Wert:ninfter-Bri-,ge. a!C>iipR.S& Ikl-AN'ShlP, by ybung Astlev and others, the moil exi-Tjeh't' Performers in ti;-^world. i    The dn>il METAMORfHOSE. on Tw.� Hoiks} Or, The HUMOURS of the SACK. A new Muiical Piece, called The   AIR   B A L L O O N ; A new Paitoral Ballet, called ' T H E , G A R D t N E R S. V;*fus-Feats on the TIGHT   R OP E, and particu -iarty the ailoniihing Exhibition on the SLACK ROPE, called The ROASTED PIG. The DANClSCi HORSES    and .wonderful fagacity 1 5 mauv more. T    U    M    11    L   I    N    G, By very capital Performers. And a. Variety of other Enterta'tments. \ ."Particularly^ This, Evening,   the Englim  Roffignol ' whiitle a Grand Symphony, by way of Accompanym- tit To -which will be added*, (for the ad time) a New Panto mime, in Three Parts, callejd -.       JJAKLEQUIN, EMPEROR ef the MOON. iWlfli New^ Scenes, ;Drefles, variety, of Changes, and Decorations j 'the Mufic compofed by Mr. Reeve. The vVhoie-' td'conchide 'with a GRAND FIRE-WORK. Tftwtiich'wHl be introduced anew beautiful piece, ieprefent ing a Salamander purfuing ^Diamond. Boxes j's. Pit,,is.        Gallery;is. Boort to be; ppWied at,Half .p.a^ F;ve, and to begin at Half paft Six: o'cWji" pie'cifelv. Places for the Boxes to b? taJten-of Mr. Connell, at ehe Amphitheatre., �   -     ' . Vivant Rex & Regina \ . �>      This Dav is publifhed, Pnce Is.    . ' THE WESTMINSTER GUIDE. A Poem. , In Two Parts. Part I. Addreffcd to Mr. Arifty. Part II. Addiefted to Mr. Haylev. ' ' � Printed forS.Badon, in Paternofter-Row; and fold by the BoGkfei]et5in Pall-Mall, Piccadilly, &c.     _ TURTLES, juft landed ! AChoice   Parcel    of   extraordinary    fine TURTLE, from 25 to *3d!b. weight each, brought in the fhip ADVENTURER, fr&m New-Providence, after.-a vety fhirtpaflageof 31 day9, and now landing at the S:esl- ; yard, Upp.-r Thames-ftrdet,, a;id to, be there difpjfed of ort I very moderate terms, for-the ufe of Taverns, Coii'ee-h-ufcs, priVar^ Families, and others. �    A   N   N   U   I   T   1   E   S. FOUR Thoufand Pounds will be laid out in ^the purohafe of.ene cr more Annuities, for which a. good price w.'I. be given 3 "the bulinf* will goUhrou^h n.� o�her hinds tVin the Acvertifer's.   Apply, by Le Kr, or in Pcr-fo-i, from Ten til) On', to Air. i-iow, ~.hanc-ry-lane, whj : v.il -re er to the Adve'rtiler. - . To"wiNE, RUM, and iiRANDY M'fi.xChAN'l 5.   : APERSON, abour 32 years of a^,e, fteatiy, ali'd of decern addrefs, wh.) fervtd his time to the trauc, an) for fome jears has had the fole management of a ..hole-fsle and Retail Hoofe in the SpHk and Wiae bujinels, whe.e theVeturrb have been veiy cjnfiderable in each refpecli've b-anch, but being ab:uit'o quit the tains-, v.iihes to engage .himfelf wiih fome Gentleman in an ex^enlivt line ; he 'Would prefer ;he Weil En I of the Town, as hi* c .rnerti.Jrs'i 1 th:�t part are w-.nthy of attention, he is -tho.ioghly co'nveifant in J keeping and taki ig ftock ; likewife the import; export, and Cuftom Houle bufihefs, and trulls would bs found very uIj-/ul to take an active part. Any gentleman tils may fuit, by directing t�Z. Z. Z. at Peeie's Coffee-Hxufe, Fleet-ftreet, figniOi; name, and place of ahod*^, will be wiitf J on. FASHJONAlSLli CO.-tib, Sc. T- MILES, ac No. 277, Oxford-ltreer, cor-*. ner of Du'^e-ilreet, Grofvcnor-fquai-..", has ju:l re--c.ived a new aflbrtment or the ocotch Mauds, fo univerfally worn and approved by people of the fiift falhion for Gentle- -men's Morning and Riding Cj'ats, Ladies Riding Habits, ana1 Boys Drelfes.   A great improvement has lately been made on the manur'adtorv, and it is now univerfally allowed to be in every rei'pedt fuperior to fuperfine broadcloth, as it. wears, keeps clean, renins its be-auty much longer, and does n.-jt exceed one-third the price,   being only 3s.  6d. per yard j   a fuperfine   forr,  W:th (ilk,   5s. Colours   fuitable " lor Clergymen or Second-Mourning..       .   - Merchants, Captains of Si 1 it-s, Sec. Sec. may be fuppiied with any quantity for the Eat! or Weft liuiis, on the fhortelt notice.   L-tters, p.>ll piid, duly anfwercd. POCKiiT SHAVliSk/ CA.iti. SHARP, Cutler, Perlumcr, &c.' No. 131, F.eeL--ftreet, begs.leave to recommend his cuiious Pocicet jbaviag Cafes to the notice of the Nobility and Gentry before they have the town for the fuir.m-.r, being the null complete portable iihaving Ca:"es ever intended. His Concave Raz..�i's, iVletall'c Stropes, and Alpine Shaving-Cakes aie held in iuch edcem as not to need a comment" here. The Nobility and Gentry will ds well by fopphiog them.elves at Sharp's with his curio.us fine Hair Powders, his Iweet Pomatums, fo remarkable ror keeping gooa1 longer than any other, his Lavender Water drawn f on the fl.jw^isj his cmious Cyprian Waflt B.-.lls, and Olympian Dew. In thel'e, and all W13 articles, a confuierable laving is made in taking them by the dozen. Sham re-qai" s the favour of hisfiiends, w..ft;i th?y are in want ot any thing in the Perfumery-Way, out of Lond  urces return, the Govcmors find themfelves under th; r^ceiiity of applying to the public to prevent fa excellent ah kiflituiionfroan failing to decay, and enable it 60-ontinue that relief which has aleady been the means of "alleviating the great diilrelies of 150,0410 of the moft miferable of our fellow-creatures. " JOSEPH ANDREWS. Subfcriptions will be received at Stephen Aiiley's, Treafurcr, Kenlingten ; at, t he Hofpital} and at the following BanketSyviz. Meflrs. Dmmmonds and Co Charing-crofs; Sir Robert Herrics, - and Co. St. JamesVilieet; Meflr.. Hammeilley and C). Pall-Mall ; Meffn. Pybils and Co. New Bona-itreet;- Mefl?s. Bla'nds, Barnet, and-Co. Lom-bard-frreet : and Meifrs. Hoare and "Co. Fleet-ilreet. ,, BeneFaclions received to the* aSch inft. in- ".ciufive - - 1101 12   o Received lince cittp, viz. from Lnrd Palmeriloh - - 20   o   o - Mr. Hooper        ' - 5   5   0 Lady O ugh ton, -per Drummond and Co. 220 Airs. Synrme, prr ditto - -      o jo   6 Mrs. Ann Clarke, per Hoare and Co. 10   o   o Additional   anBual   fublci iptions received to the aSth inft. inclulive - irg        o The Weekly Bo.ard preJent their unanimous thanlcs to thofe Inhabitants of the Paru'hes of it. George and St. l-imeS} who have fo kindly contributed towards the exigencies of this Hofpital, and hope that thofe humane pcrfons, whom .the gentkraen in their circuit-were not fo hippy as to meet with? "z^illj.n [twith.landing, take the diftrefled circumftances of thisreharify into their confideratiooj and afford their kind fupport � to-it, by fending fuch benefactions as they think proper, either to the Hofpital, or the above men tinned Banker-. 'If, fiom the incorreftnefs of the prilh lifts,-any Ladies or Gentlemen fhould not have been waits i on, the Governors ho; e.they will"not atttibute it to any want or refpeiS on the part-af the Gentleman who Were engaged in tdiat bufinefs. This day. is. puWifned, Price Ore Shilling, ' A "N Addrefs to the Hum.;:Society, con- taining new Hints on the recovery of Pe-ffins drowned, ariU apparentlv fiead J humbly pror;:>fed t  render, that Practice more generally �fii.'ttisful.; dedicated to Sir Williaha i'o:dyce and Dr. Hawes, / By JOHN FULLER, Surgesn, at Ayton, Berwickfhire. Loud m : Printed for T. Cadell, Strand, and C. Elliot, Edinburgh. 1784. ' ,        - This Day is publifhed, elegantly printed in Quarto, Price ... Four Shillings fewed;  PE R U;   A Poem.    In  Six 'Cantos. By HELEN  MARIA   WILLIAMS. Printed fer T, Cadell, in the Strand. Of whom miy be.?fcad, the following Books, publifhed la.ft Winter. r. Plus of three A^ls, v.ritten for a private Theatre. By Wiilion Hayiey, Efq. izi. in boards. 2. Tra.els in o P dand, Rulfia, Sweden, and Denmark. By W. Coxe,- A.m. F;-R.S. with Plates, 2 vols. Qj rto, al. zs. * 3. Anecdotes of die Ruffian Empire. By W. Richardfon, 6s. 4. Art Hidorical and Polit'cd Viev/   dt hereby give notice, -Th,it en 'WE: I)AX, th: jorb of Auguj};, they^oi/t. treat Tv'itb'' fxcb' ttrftni ai.'may be willing ti Jupplj bh Majijly^s Tar/is' at tbhbam and Sbeemffi,wiib TAVLOW CAN. DLES, cn a Jlatding Coniraci, to commence intmediately. : NAVY-O'FFICE,-Auguit 3, H784. * THE Honorable HouJ'e of Commom\ having, on\ the ^otbpop, tome ti*tbe'followingyifrtb&rejoluiion rejpeffing fbt funding of N*vy 'Jiiils, &c. *' * That eff perfmtinterjjltd in,\or\mtUd to, :anj.BUkpaf* dhle in tbt c.urjeofthe Navy, orfcr Tranjports.' ivbicb wrp made out on er brfur* tb: refju-ffive days filciving ; that is to fay, the 31/? day cf Augufi, 178-i, the nptbday of Novem-Uer, 1781, /be 28f4 *f -February,-1782, and the ^Otb of June, t;$2, it'ba-already have carried, or Jh'all on or''before the 3.1^? day of Anguft, J784. carry rhe fame (after having but the iiire-jjl d;/r t hereupon computed and marked upon the /aid Bills at il'f&gny Office J !o 'the Tre-jjurer of bis Majcftjs I'aiiy, Jh,.U have in exchange fir the fame^ from. Jucb^frca-t Jui cr^ or b's Paymafler or Caffier, a Certificate tojj3^\Go'Vfir~ n'-r tr.d C mpa'ny of the Bank if England?fojr^ everys ff'jr^' (um of one cr more Hundred Pounds, f.r  J, . The F'rft, Secondhand Third Seffions of the laft Parliament, in 11 Volumes, price 4I. ;s. half bound and lettered. The Parliamentary Regifter, of the ' former Parliament, viz. from 1774 to 17S0,-in Seventeen volumes^ price Six Guineas, half- bound and lettered. The Remembrancer, a Work in which are preferved all Xhe important papers refpecljng the Revolution in America, from the difpute rel.it-ve to tbs-Stamp Act, to the laft Treaty of Peace, in fe>enteeu volumes, price "Six Guineas, hair-bound and lettered. - - To the Patrons of the beautiful .Art �-f Landfcape and Miniature Painting, Drawing, &c. WILLIAM REEVES, Superfine Colour Manufacturer,- removed from No. 80, Holbom-. bridge, to No. 299, near the New Church'inihe StrandjrQn:. forms the nobility, gentry, and artifts, that havingttevbted eighteen years in the preparing fuperfine, -water colour^ in-| cakes, he is enabled to- exceed every other, pretender in the manufactory of thai-truly ufeful and- elegant compofition.- The flaiteriiig demands'he has received from a liberal public, are the beft proofs he can adduce to ftarnp the colours of his manufactory with a peculiar'excellence>an  e^Bal-to.IadMi ink, fine Toft.cr�;0as,�ae crayon p=ncils, chalk^^E |�}l,iorts,jp^Jets, pencils,' brofl.es and every article lacideflttp diawing^aa thenioft, reafonabieterfos, whriefale, retail/ana for exportation* dred Pounds jhall, utoH rFe delivery. there f u .__. fa':d Gtraerni.r anaCcmpeny of tie Biiek EngVfa'abeen, tided in rtfpcfi of the fume to the 'riffibTinie Jams� fttl'oxOlngi that is to fay, r, tbt fum .of J07L 'JO*.' for: tout Ugol. of fuch Bills made cut en or I fore the jau! ^tfl day of AUguJ}^ 17S .', to the fum of 106I.   d.:f_-pf' fJovcjft* her, 1781, t> the fum �f 105I. 7s. 6d. capital fock for� eacS jo-zU'of ftteb Bills made out. cn or before�ibe'faii ^tB'ddy of February, 1782, 'o.'hcfum ff 104U W.:edpital-'-yPecli1 ftf �each tool, of fucb Bills"made cut on or before thefiid go?&�jC June, 17S7.; tie laid iefpci7;tte capital �forts .te be attended with Annuities 1 aftc the rate of 5I per cent, per ar.n. to con:-tsoice firm the yb oF Juy, 1784, pay aide halfyearlytin .lieu of ad other interej}.- -,he faid A.tnsiities,to be irredeemable until-twenty-five midjons'of the public debt, beariHg-intcrefl at the rate cf either 3I, per cent, fe- ami. or 4I. per cent, p r-ann. fbad hc.ve been redeemed and paid off, and.tbe faid Annuities :z be cbdrg-d upon a fur.d n be ejiabiifjzd in this Sejfiar. of Parliament, and fir ivb-.cb the Fund, commonly called the Sinking Fund, fodlt oe a collateral fec'wity.   . The principal Officers and C;ir.miffieners of bis Ma)Silt's Navy do hereby give notice theref, that all perfns pofflfid of NAVY and TRANSPORT BILLS, made out as afore, faid, bi ir.ging. the fm'e to tbts Office,- the inter'efi due thereon iv'ul be computed and marked, in :rder to their being carried f9 the.Treffurer's 0fir' in Broad-li'-ect accordingly. NA VY-OFFJL.E, Auguit5, 1764. THlE principal Officers and Commijjioners- 6/ -bis Majeft-fs Navy, do benby give Notice,- -   - 'j bat on TUESDAY, the 17th Infant, tbey-trillfelP the frd'.oiv'ing SHIPS, lying at Vcrfjn utb. Hercules, - 74 gin Tcrbay,        -- m.rr',      '--- Dreadnought, 60 La Naiade, La Sophie, Alcmene, iCqd Tons, coppered.- 1572 - coppered. 11556 v ' �- not cDppered. . IC93 �- not coppered. 640 - c >ppere\!, Deptfofd.J 4:2 - not copperedj-ditt:.".. 73-9 .- coppered, Woolwich. Inventories of the Stcresjg be- fijd tvirb tbem may be bad here, and at the Ctmmiffi'.ne^s Office at P:rtfa>utb j and any) perians maybave the liberty if viewing them during tbe etymon txarking b- urs. of tBt- Yard, till tbe fale, - -        � ' And as- a d-pft of !.%!. per cent, is to be made by thepur~ chafers, all ferf-ns tubs attend the fale � are to take notirt thereof, and come prepared accordingly ; and stleftbey Jhall be paid frr, Mid taken a:c,iy by the end cf 20 dags after the fale, j he de-poSt will If fc' feited '� the Cr-.'ion. New-ialhion luinmcr Coats, Ladies Riding Habits, an.d Italian Great. CoUS. AT BANFIELLVs Warehoufe,' No. 444, Strand, Lidies may be accomlnid'ated with the new fafhion Royal Devonfhir- Alaud, at 3s. and 3s. 6J. per yard ; . a fuperfine fort wi;h fiik, at 6  -much-worn and alniired by the firft people  e!agrt> and moft-01 the public places of amufeinent; five yards ;is fufficient for a coat. The above Maud is much :appruved of likevife for Summer Great C�ats, 'if being very lights and ne'ther retair.s duft or rain. Merchants Withers niay befup-plied at a fhort notice for the Welt Indies or America, bei>g admirably �ell adapted to thofe climates; Buys cloths, &c> Good p itterns for Clergymen, - or half mourning*,        ;../ N. B. Ladies Ma>ad HaLit, complete, with plated Buttons, 2I. ns.6d.        ''*       ^    _        '   '.' ' Superfine Cloth Habit, complete, 4!* 14*' Ladies Italian Great Coat, from il. is. to tl. JI�.-6d.--Gentleman's Maud Coat,   complete,  plated butto.ns>(-il. lis. 6d..   - . . ,        i-o!.'' Gentleman's fuit of fuperfine cloth, 4!.. i4.v6d. ditto cp^ty 21.14s.- ' ';...-... I GOUT   and   S C U R Xti . i n if. 1 DR. PREVOST, who has. beeV;%^ce^> � f�! in his treatment of the Gout and Scurvy,,ihfoVxnf his patients and the public in general, that he Istztmtifa-:ia No..4T,' Greek ftreet, Soho. - ."     ^:'- -'jC B> tVe DcctoV's happy traatitairitof'thefe diforderS; rpitSbiti in t'ne extreme fit, totally deprived of the ufe of theit^jbs, are almoft inttantly relieved, and in a fliort tiniq radjwJ.iy cured. . "''".' .'        -' '"'' (" '    " The' aSicled may be refev.-cd to perfons of refpbelapj|fty*i , who'will be haipy to bear tcd'nnony of their happy experience of cures that have defied every oih'sr praifd;ice, and 'ia. z/Sir riety of other cafe?, where the afHiCtionwasintoierable. Dr. Prevofl's mode of practice, not only eradicates the,di/* order, but leaves the conftitutioTl trluch improveii and lfivlgo,. rated. -;" ' ' ' '   ^' *" '"'- , The Doctor rmy be fpofte with at home,-from -clghfi-to eleven o'ciock, every rhdrning, -and^from three W\fi.yg$fetf- afternoon.        �,� ' >        , *' ..;'.."..' .-.-.---.-1-�------.-�.-� .... � .0-�-- - j . A" CAUTION againft- advertifing, Mos< i.1Y,Jt�XtbKxkf -The C.UARDIANS : of, Society f.i"r the 1�rotec1ibft oF "Trade againft SWINDI.ER^S-aiia^StfAR^I^f.''' ' "'^XrHEREA-S "n�Jii.l^^afi;^8�^Kld!t^hkfef W'j'' of late, been rriale to this Society j'? b'y^Jpe'flbijS'wBfc h-.ve been dt{t3adei-offJth^r\^m\^rf:^4^piit.'^Ur.-ef Exchange, by the artful dccj^d%^t^eguivtoj(e^ of;fuhdfy perfons, (many of Whom' liaver fen "on"the book's ofltk? Ring's Bench ab-VFl^t^rifortl^lvrfole XJititi&WifatL^<�, feting to lerid Money" oh ;pei^o^T%cfirr%�*-^el^v tpt&ifo in moft of'the Ne-fi-fpaperS/ -Vhd; Xn\elkf*t, -Y�r pttvelit deteetiori,� infej-t only theinitiil;letter? of Jhe,prejlpp'^Sasrie,^ pfi'cants, in ^mo#w^Tnf&D
                            

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