Morning Post And Fashionable World, July 28, 1795

Morning Post And Fashionable World

July 28, 1795

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Morning Post And Fashionable World (Newspaper) - July 28, 1795, London, Middlesex I I Fc 7-��i&ft&-JfoSftiitV MAY-MARKET. . THIS PRESENT IfY ENftSG, July ft8, will be presented,. . A BOLc STROKE FOR A WIFE. Sotenil -FeignweiL, 1ftfr. Bannister, Jun,; Perriwinkle, %Jr. Suett; Qbatfah PTui*, Mr.Wathen; Sir Philip Mode-^love, Mr. Waldcon jtradelcflre, Mr. Aickin.-Mrs. Prim, Wrs.HM.kin5} B�ty,M�. Hale* Lady,,Mrs. Cuyierj Anne lively, Mrs. Oibbt. '  - ... To which will he added, THJE AGREEABLE SURPRISE. . tinge, Mr? ,tf�Wcett; Sir Felfoc Friendly, Mr. Suett* M�.Chefb!r�^fs. Booth j Cowslip, Mrs.=Kemb!e. To-rnotttrvs?"Tit .for Tat, the Son-In-XaXir, and New Bay at the Old Market} and oh Saturday (second time} the Jew. A new comic piece, im three (with music) is in preparaiton. The play -of the Momitahieera* ft* in rehearsal, and win H pjtttqmeb-tQe the first that! this seasoo, c* Friday next.*y ' ��y No. 20 ^.OxfWsWrtt, facing Stratford-place. - PERFECT LIKENESSES. l?ace; afeo, Landscapes, and Views/ronf Sea, Sec. , 'They are made on easy a pla^ that a-ehild of teayears of age cannot fail to take a perfeft LikeneSB wkh them. Perfect LikefiessesJtaken in Miniature1 P/rofile at as; 6d. and painted on Glass or Ohrystals, in a stile of superior elegance, from ss* to t8s. each. Profile likenesses in Co-lours,from �s; rp' >1.15s. eafih, gilt Frames included. His Impression Profile Mates, for Ladies and "Gentlemen to take any number from, at 5s. and 7s, 6a. each. They will Isefbundof tbegreategt utility to such.Ladiesana Gentlemen vho travel, as they can be put into a small pocket-book, and to pfrsen"t & friend with a polite remembrance in one minute. Time of sitting, one minute, and one sifting sufficient. Specimens of the above Paintings may beseeh **ery day, from Eleven o'clock m the Forenoon till Seven in the Evening, at No. 293, Oxford-street, facing Stratford- A , place. N. B. Such who wish to see the effect of the above instrument, -pay One Shillmi; each, which will he returned cn purchasing of either the aboiro instrument, or sitting for an Impression Plate Likeness, MARINE PAY-OFFICE. No. 5^ ^Jpp*' Grov�snor-*treet* July 18,1795. RSUANT to the Direction of the Lords CommiEsi�n*r� of the Admiralty, the Paymaster of his Majesty** Marine Farces'hereby, gives Notice, that on 'Wednesday next will he issued at this Office Six Months Hajf Pay,-dder to the Reduced Officers of the said Forces from tpArutpf January to the 30th of June 1795, inclusive. ' N. B. No Affidavit, -with any Erasenreiit or Interlineation, will be accepted from any Person whatever. BENEVOLENT INSTITIJTION FOR DELIVERING POOR MARRIED WOMEN AT THEIR OWN HABITATIONS. AT a Quarterly General Meeting held at the Hungerford Coffee-house, Strand, the 6th Day of Joly, 1795, Sir JOSEPH ANDREWS, Baronet, in the Chair. Resolved, That die Election of a Physician and Man.-Midwife to this Charity, be held at this place, on Mondjy the 3d Day of August next, by Ballot, to commence at the hour of jjjgxeniti t)^F�r�ja^i^4njd:i&n^y,close at Three > and, *Wt "Ida .^resent, not�'New Bomeribei, be permitted to Vote, whose Subscription 1$ not paid to the Treasurer, Th�mas Jeffervs, Esq. Cockspur street, . before Six O'clock in the Evening, on the Saturday previous to the Say of Election. __JOSEPH ANDREWS, Chairman. FELL PARKER, AT his old-eftablifhed Commiflion Wine and Brandy Vaults, No. 259, Wapping New Stairs, has for sale on Commission, several parcels of Old. Red Pert Wine of sundry Vintages, in Pipes and large Oporto hhds. and various-qualities of the finest Old Red Port Wine; has been a long time bottled and" packed in four dozen hampers, to be sold-a* 17s. 28s. and 30a. tlu dozen, bottles included. AIst a l�rge parcel of Old Madeira Wineof exceeding fine quality, to be sold at 55I. the pipe, part of tliis Wine is bottled off and packed for sale, in sour dozen hampers, to he sold 34s. per dozen, bottles included. Likewise two parcels of French and Spanish Brandy, to be sold at 12s. per gallon. N.B. Will be delivered free of-xxpeace.(any quantity not lets than one dozen of Wine, or two gallons of Brandy)- to any part of the Town, or places adjacent. Will be landed"in a few days a parcel of Vidonia Wine, in pipes and hhdf._ AHOther great Cure by LEAKE's PATENT PILLS, to THOMAS TAYXOR, Surgeon, No. 0, New Bridgets, Street, London. WHEN a man receives a benefit from the excellence of another's ingenuity, I deem it but right that, independent of the pecuniary trifle it exacts, jt is his duty with gratitude to acknowledge it. Impressed with these sentiments, permit me to acquaint you with the following Case, with not only my consent, i>ut particular request that it may be made knswn: About seven years ago, Henry C----, a near relation of mine, contracted a then slight Venereal infeftion, but from neglect and cold soon became a confirmed Lues - After being under the care of an eminent Surgeon in this neighbourhood for eight months without findins any relief, lite was removed to M-- Infirmary, -where, after being twice salivated, he was pronounced cured, and discharged ; but, alas! six months had scarcely elapsed, before the disorder returned with double violence, insomuch, that bflth his groins were opened, the n- and p-eaten away by shancres, and his legs covered with nodes; in this tttlemraa he was sent to L - Infirmary, whence, at the end of ten months, he was discharged with the loss of sight of one eye, and his^legs wasted to a skeleton ; he then entered on a course of Syrup for near two years v.ith-cut success; finding every thing useless, and -being little more than a shadow, he determined to resign himself to that fate which must sooner or later overtake us all. Reading the extraordinary case of the man at �ar!'s-Court, Kensington, I persuaded him to make trial �f your Pills, and accordingly I sent for a Box from Sheffield : before the end* of a week, sleep, which had long been a Stranger to him, returned; his appetite and strength increased: in short, fourteen boxes restored his good state of health, and we have now the greatest hopes that he will recover the use ot his eye. Thus, Sir, to you I am.indebted for the restoration of a relation, and every Christian for a. fellow creature ; and that Providence may repay it, by a long and happy life, is the ardent prayer of, SIR, Your most obliged and deveted humble Servant, Buxton, Derbyshire, Aug. 20. GEORGE YEOMANS. Prepared and sold by the Sole Proprietor, THOMAS TAYLOR, Member of the Corporation of Surgeons, London. At his house, No. 9, New Bridge-streetwhere he will give advice, without a fee, to persons taking these pills, and will answer patients' letters, if post paid, on the same terms, observing in all cases the most inviolable secrecy. They are also sold, by his appointment, for the convenience of those living at a distance,' at the Perfumer's, No. 35, St. Alban's-street, Pall-mall; Mr. Robertson's Toyshop, No. 103, Oxford-street; Mr. Steel's, Bookseller, No. 1, Union-row, Little Tower-hill; Watson and Co. Edinburgh; Callwell, Dublin; Inman', Bristol5 Crutwcll, Bath; Donaldson, Portsmouth; and by one person in every considerable town in England, in boxes of only as. od. each, sealed up with full and plain Directions, whereby persons of either sex, may curs themselves with *a�e and #ei�rccy. DRAPERY, HABERDASHERY, HOSIERY, BLACK and THREAD LACE WAREHOUSE, . At the STAR, Ludgate^street, near Su Paul's. TAYLOR, STROUD, and TAYLOR, respectfully inform their numerous Friends and the Public, trfey have now on sale an extensive and valuable -assortment of, the above articles, which they are enabled tbiiell^ae least fifteen per cent, iewer this any .of the tame  qualities, hitherto offered to the Public, Aftiong therh are -some fine ell-wide plain Muslins, at 3cs..ttye piece of ten 'yards,^ worth 40s. Some fine stripes, �f ' Curious iitfo, at iss* Worked.Cossacs^ for Ladies' dresses, at,i8d. per yard-Some superfine Worked Muslims, at 50S. per piece, with every description of plain, striped, checked, and worked Muslins. � A fresh assortment of Irish Linens, of the new bleach; also Dimities and Ginghams, from i8d. per yard and upwards. Their Black Modes and Laces are acknowledged to stajid unrivalled'.for excellence of quality, and'trem the large quantity they have purchased) are enabled to sell them remarkably low. *; ' 1'! Their .Wire Threads, with'every other article of Haberdashery, as usual. To prevent n�istakes,TaylcT,Strou^E and Tayloc par-Ja&SJQft rppt�l 'their friends to observe tbeirvs is the sign of the Star, near St. Paul's. N. B. Miifinery in the greatest Variety, and of thc,newest Fashion". '. .' * DOCTOR SENATE, ' ' : -REMOVED j ROM No. it, SOHO SQUARE, to No. 12, ARUNDEL-STKEET, STRAND, CONTINUES 40 give his Advice in all CHRONIC DISEASES, particularly in DEAFNESS, H Disease for which he is enabled to offer a radical Cute ; although it is weli-kn'own, rtiat the little knowledge, which Medical Men in genera] have of if, has give:, rise-to'air idea, that it is a maUdy without a remedy.. ihU, .how-, ever, he is enabled to controvert; and invites ti'ie afflidled^ to a-trial -of his skill, with a full confidence of-meeting every alleviation of their sufferings,which the Nature of their Cases will admit,-The following Case is submitted for consideration. Mrs. Thor Eff, Teacher of the French Language-, in Pii.t-street, Totttenham-Court Road, being for several year-; afflicted with DEAFNESS, was at length reduced to ?ucn a State, as to be able to comprehend only by Signs: ,!i consequence of which, she was* obliged to rc'inquis!: �.( occupation, and, at an advanced age, had th-i uiortificsfjon to fine! herself a hurtlien on the Humanity of her friends. In this deplorable situation, she was reco nmen-.ded by a Clergyman of the Church of England to DO'JTOli SENATE, who attehdtd her resular-iy tor a few weeks, at the end of which time ahe was perfiO'ly 1 ccovti e-H, and resumed her former Occupation, which shs still pursues, continuing to enjoy that inestimable blessing, which, under Ood, she owes to the wondsrful Efficacy of h;-s Medicines. To the CONSUMPTIVE and A'STHMATIC. DOCTOR SENATE recommends his PECTORAL BALSAM OF LIQUORICE, which is proved by Experience to be the most sovereign Remedy ever ytt discovered, for COLDS, COUGHS, HOARSENESS, SORE-THROAT, TIGHTNESS OF THE CtfF.ST, C \-TAR.RHS, iKOOPING-OOUGH, DISEASES OF THF LUNGS, ASTHMA, and CONSUMPTION. Prepa.-.a and sold only by himself, in Glass jarj at Two Shillings and Nine pence, and Oiic Pound Two Shillings (Du;dorrt.*'Setting forth its-natural Production in these Parts �f.Europe, as a powerful Incentive to the Natives to have Recourse to a Vfedicine, which Providence appears to have thrown in their Way,, as the most efficacious for those Complaints to >vhich the Temperature of the Climate has rendered their Constitution most liable, shey proceed, by enlarging on its abounding in cfthcr Parts of the World, as an Arguing : in favour of its being considered an universal Blessing to Mankind. Then, revertiig to its peculiar Properties, they observe, that it is the only Sweet which assuages Thirst, from which Circumstance, it was called by the Greeks, Adipson. Gaien takes No. tice, that it was employed in Hydropic Cases, wK.i a View to obviate the Necessity of dt'iiiking. Mr. Fet :.�*, in his Medic in a Gvn: n astica, recommends thu Root as a most excellent Pectoral; and says, it ex-~i.-ii.ntly softens acrimonious Humours, at the sa'pe Time that' '<' proves gently detergent;-incontrovertible Proofs of and how much it merits Public Attenri ... t*;. it is considered bew'few Artici-::. :;: -1. can boast of these Advantages, ;.r ; ..: how great a degree such Quality r..j;-. <.:�.'{.. cine proposed even as an Alleviator of t to which we daily see such NumLcrs fsil During the lMfiuenza which raged with sue the latter end of the last, and the beginning of the present year, seven thousand persons were supplied with this Balsam, every individual of whom perfectly recovered, while numbers, under the care of the most celebrated Physicians in the Kingdom, were carried off by that malignant disorder. FOR SCROFULA, or KING'S EVIL. DOCTOR SENATE offers the afflicted a VEGETABLE PREPARATION, wich which he has performed some remarkable cures ; in favour of which he shall only say, that he has never failed of success in any one instance, where he has been applied to by persons afflicled with this melancholy, deplorable, and hitherto incurable disease, so frequently entailed on generations. DOC 1 OR SENATE has nothing further to add, hutto iuvite the diseased to consider his House as an Asylum, to which they may resort with confidence of being treated with candour and liberality, and where they may be assured of meeting wit!i every alleviation of their sufferings, which the nature of their cases will admit. *%* Advice on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, from Ten till Three o'CIock. No. 12, Arundel-street, Strand. organisation &f the Grenadiers GeriS d'Armes on feivice the panyent,ion. The Gens d' A*n?|t be entitled ths Grenadiers of the National R'epre-fentation, and to form one "battalion 6f 800 men, to be divided into eight companies^ This, corps to be commanded by a Chief ,of BHgade.. It is to have a &g of three, colour*, with a crown of oak leaves on one'fide, and on the rither the following legend--Batlolidn of Grenadiers of fhe]National R'eprefe^tation. The uniform to be blue lined with white, with fcaFlet lappels, and a blue cape: the waiflcoat and breeches white.--Decreed. A Member was defirous that this corps fhould riot bear the name beftowed on it by the decree, ; becaufe itrnight excite the jealoufy of the other troops,- and becaufe it might be thought that the-Regresstatives of the People had Guards. -r-Rejcited'4 VERKiRRfubmitted to difcuflion a Plan on Patents. pfopiofed that there fhould be- tvo kind of Patents, one fcrthofe who were defirous of under|a| every fpecies of commerce and trade; thefjother for thofe who were delirous of : entering1 inlb dtie kind of commerce only.- With refpe�k to thofe who propoled'to engage in feveral branches of commerce and trade, they fhould be provided with a Patent for each of thefe branches. This clivirion was adopted, as were-alfo feveral articles regulating the forms to which tradefrhen were to fubrnft, A Member, demanded that the commerce of Corn fhou'd be abfolutely interdicted, by a . penlilfy of twenty years imprifohment. This proportion was rejected by the previous quef-tion. .. The Convention proceeded to the DISCUSSION ON THE CONSTITUTION. It debated whether there fhould be different degrees of Functionaries, and -whether the I.egiflators fhould be chofen from thefe de-;^re?s ? This is'what was termed the fyftem of Graduiility. After a debate of fome length, this fy'ftemwas rrjectcd. ' iO'-lil'l:'.. .uacy, � vhi.n '�� :ca : ne in Medi-laints, FRANCE. NATIONAL CONVENTION. 4THERMIDOR, july 22. A Member announced, that a terrible plot had juft been discovered at St. Maloes. Foreigners had fuccecded in corrupting with gold a few bafe and venal fouls. The plan was to furprife the gates, to fcize on the arfenals, and deliver up the city to the Chouans, on the night of the 21ft Meffidor (July 9). The Englifh, who.had been for fome days obi'erved cruizing in the vicinity of St. Maloes, were immediately to have been invited thither. The traitors had made choice of the moment when there were no longer any trodps-of the line in the place ; but the zeal and vigilance of the'Conftituted Authorities, and the bravery and patriotifm of the inhabitants, have evinced that the city, the moft of all calumniated by Robefpierre and his Agents, will never ceafe to be one of the firmeft ramparts of Liberty. A great number of the eonfpiratars had already been apprehended, and the moft active purfuit was on foot to come at their accomplices.-Honourable mention of the eonducl of the ConjlituteeL Authorities of St. Maloes was decreed, Delmas, in the name of the Military Committee, prefenterl the following plan for a new 5 thermidor, july 2$. . Portier of i'OHe, in the name of the Com lr.ltteepf P- .A:c Inftruction, made a Report on the queftion, Whether the Feftivals of the 9th Ther.nidoF (July 27), and the 10th of Auguft, fhould be celebrated together ? The Committee was of a negative opinion-; each of the days having a very diitinct character. On the,ii3t-h of Aj)guft,,:th^,Throne^ whiih h^d forJEr^^fierj centuries oppfeffed France,^ wasoverfffrowhj the Laws rcfumed their Empire, and the Re public was founded; factions, however, rofe out of the ruins of the Throne, a new Defpotifm fucceeded the Defpotifm that had juft been overturned, and Tyranny changed its name and its garb. On the 9th Thermidor, the Throne- of Terror was in its turn overthrown, and Virtue triumphed over Guilt. The Reporter concluded by obferving, that if the two Feftivals were to be united, the Royaliits and Terrorifts would find their advantage in the meafure : the former would fay that the Convention was about to eftablifh the Syltem of Terror, and neglected to - celebrate" the 9th Thermidor, while the latter would affcrt that the Convention was defirous to rc-eftablifh the Throne, feeing that it did not*celebrate the 10th of Auguft. He accordingly propofed to decree, that on the 9th Thermidor, at ten in the morning, the Deputies fhould meet in cuftume in the Hall of the Aflem-bly, where the National Eftablifhment of Mufic fhould perform Republican fymphonies and hymns. The Convention afterwards to re-fume its deliberations.-fDecreed.J On the propofition of Aubry, the Convention decreed, that from the 15th Thermidor en-fuing (Auguft 2) the fubalterns and foldiers of every rank fhall receive an addition of two fous in fpecie to their daily pay. The Officers and Commanders of fquadrons and battalions flrall be ftipplied with a complete uniform drefs by way of a gratuity, and without any deduction being made from their pay. Aubry afterwards propofed to maintain the decree- of the 3d Prairial (May 22) which appointed three Reprefentatives for the direction of the armed force of Paris.-Decreed.-(The three Reprefentatives to be chofen in an extraordinary evening fitting.) Tt was decreed that the Committee of Public Safety fhould propofe two other Reprefentatives for the camp nea/ Paris. Thibaut demanded that, conformably to the fpirit of the Conftitution,' the election by vote fhould be fuppreffed in every defcription of appointments, and the mode of ballot fubftituted. Decreed. General Carte alt wrote to contradicta report publifhed in Sablier's Journal, relative to the defcent of the Englifh on the Ifles of St. Mar-con. He anfwered for the poft, that was en~ trufted to him, and prornifed to drub the Englifh if they fhould pref'ent themfelves there. known colours fhould diftinguifli in a manner itnpofiible to' be miftaken, thofe who have rc-fqlycd to fight for that Liberty, from thofe who feave formed the vain defign of defi\roying i^. The:Confpirators on the one handj from the Friends of the Rights of Man on the other. A line of dernarkatiqn was never rnore nejcej&try between them. Never.was it more AeceJ^iy that the ftamp of Igridmy imprinted on trie4,rorii of Rebels, fhould biufh before avic-fcSadSj (haded with the �pl$ndi4 Laurels of-?*a.triptifro. Never was it mor.e efi"en.tial that thofe who poi-fon the publicTpirit in the country, fhotrld. not there continue "their moral ravages, which fl6W:  from various corrupted opinions, all leading, to the firbverfionof Government. Never in fhort had pood men more need of clofe union and con� cert in their meditations, and their cond^J;. From thefe confederations we have pafjed tne following Pvegtil?.tions: Art. I. All the fufpected perfons'who have retired to th-e rural Communes^ fhall be recalled to the chief places of the diftridts, and declared in a Mate of being watched, if there is not grounds fortTieir irriprifemmcnt. ; . , II. The AchniniiWtions of the Diftricts are charged with the execution of this1 regulation, and are enjoined to proceed to it with ciseum-fpection, exattnels, and celerity� III. The laws concerning the wearing of the ' three-coloured cockade, as Well by tnen as women, fhall be again put in execution, and whoever fhall difobey them, fhall he arrefted and punifhed in conformity to thert difpofi-tions. IV. The Conftiiuted AuthorUieJJi ahd partt-cularly the Municipal Officers and'the Conj-inandants of Pofis, are charged with thW execution of the preceding Articles, always remembering to treat with lefs feverityj error, smd forgetfulnefs, when perfohS are not charged with bad intentiohj The prefent Proclaiffiion fhall be^nt tp |fee Administrators of Departments, and CdAimand-ers, in Chief, printed-, read, published, and polled upj wherever it is neceffary. IN THE NAME OF THE-.FRENCH PEOpLE. |'Brue, Topseht, Gtjezno, and Guermeur, Reprefentatives of the People to the Armies, &c* The intelligence Avhich it is'natural to prts fum= mult exilt between the enemies who havex invaded the French territory, and the relation? of thofe who have fled their Country, only to xeiur�, isytp if with" fire and lwordj cdrripers us to decree as follcnvs: . C Art. I. The fathers, mothers, brothers, filters, wives, and children of Emigrants, fhall be immediately imprifoncdj and conducted to forts and fortified places, there to be detained as hoftapes. o , II. The Adminiftrators of the Departments j and Diftricts are charged with the execution of the preceding article, and they may make fuch exceptions to it 3s they think fit.' III. The Non-juring Priefts, whofe liberty has been lately reftored, and who may be fuf-petted^of not having fincerely made the declaration to live in fubmiffion to the Laws, and faithful to the Republic, fhall lae arrefted and im-prifoned as above. IV. The Prifoners of War, either Englifh or of other nations with whom Peace is not concluded, "who were at liberty upon their parole, orotherwile, fhall be again imprifoncd. The prefent Proclamation fhall be addreffed to the Departments, who fhall tranfmit them officially to the Adminiftrators of the Diftricts. Both are charged to watch over its execution in fuch a manner as to reconcile Humanity, with the fe-verity of thofe precautions which this Public Safety requires. (Signed) Guermeur, Guezko, Topsen't, Brue, At L'Orient, 9 Meffidor, third year of the Republic. of the Parisian Editor.'] It is said that the Administrators of La IWar.che have refused provisionally to exe-' cute this Decrfe, and have written to the Committee of Public Safety for its authority. PROCLAMATION IN THE NAME OF THE FRENCH PEOPLE. Topsent, Brue, Guezno, and Guermeur, Reprefentatives of the People on the Coajls of Br eft and Cherburgh, and in the neighbouring Departments, and at the Perti of Brefi and L'Orknt. The territory of Liberty has been violates bv its moft mortal enemies. The Republicanr and they are therefore in prefence of each othed in the attitude of combat, It is neceffary that. NANTES, MES3IDOR24. 'According to the news which the Commander in Chief has received this night from General Grouchy, Emigrants have difembarked at Sufinio, in the Pcninfula of 1 huis. They are fuppofed to be the fane who were driven from Oaiberon. and who re-embarked there. Gen. < Grouchy immediately paffed the Vilaine. He affembled the troops who went lafr. from Nantes, and fortunately were ftilTat Vilaine. He was j to have attacked them fin's morning, if General Heche, who is informed of their march, permit him, and can fend him troops from Vannes, of which the advances m?.y be eafily defcn&led bv occupying the high road of Noyalo, which is the only paffage from the Pcninfula of Thuis on that fide. , Thus the enemy maybe there blocked up as at Quibcron, even though they were not diiven from it. But they will have more fources of fubfiftencc there than at Quibcron.- It is therefore neceffary to attack snd deftroy them. Tnat is what General Grouchy pro-mi fes-a promife that will be kept by the good and br2ve Republicans. The news of the 25th Meffidor from Nantes, announce an important advantage gained over the Emigrants, and (!"a.y the Paris Journaliftsv we fhall give the details of it when they r.each us' ;