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   Morning Post And Fashionable World (Newspaper) - December 18, 1795, London, Middlesex                                EVENING, S \ ___    '5' THEATRE ^^e-^^ftftB,'-wiJl 'tV gwfchhed ffbr Ac*Third %me) an Hwoic .Opera, in Three A�ls, called ..    . LA BELLA ARSENE, Wi;h GHOKVSSES. |iMpat:'ChitiStm'ty SseKor ROSELLIi" Sior &9^�OiNO, Signor MORELt&aftd M^meJB ANTr., - WithbANCE^.   ., Yivsfii Uex arid Retina. 71 A-N   EXTRAORDINARY    G ENE R A L MEETING of tK: Satiety of the FRjENDS of the'' PEOPLE, affoaated for the purpafe :of \ . obtnpiihg: a- PARLIAMENTARY (REFORM, \jb$r&t fold in FrVem'a-S'&ns* TavbrW ' bn"Mon-\*'day Mibct,. the.*2ift infant? a� Tratlvt 'o'&otk, and the prtfefice! of every Memfer is itry at tbfi Mansion hause�:LcndOnj this \ ' TH O M A & S  INNER, Mayor, London* CASE II: * 4 The* qi;d$r ^ �THEATRE ROrALvMRVR ?>�AN$. ]^e/?^^k^ ' HIS PRESENT EVEN ING,'Their Ma-. iest'ies' ServarttV wM afiTart HiitorieaJ Play, called 1 t. KING kiltt Jdbfl; Sfr. fcaftBtei 1�^*e*^S^ C,fca|itt& |i MSt A�SCtt�G and Co. No. 333, ,�adry �p$o Arth�i\ Master WeffSj I^^I^^^B^'n fc   ^     * Jnerfeti.p!a�e> -Strand,.; ^Sa�h Vacwam ^seventy-five years of.agej No^4v Arti* ;hoh^i1l� in tb* pariah of Saint Georges r\%. the. E^t, carni'^efore mcihWfoyf and voluntarily rnakfefhoath and saitfe^ t^at-she^has been wn  Astiima, and pain in her side 5 and thi* deponent further sai^ tWat she .verily believes th'Rt this Medictne preserved her life in th&Iate-severe weather.   - SaRAH YATMAN. \ Swcrn this tSrh  Lcan Silts The Earl of Atn)�RSA^roTe ahfl fei^ the attention, of, tb&ir-:Lornrfesi 6^Sreath,-and Cold ^i^^^^^'^H^^^Wi f S?*�fe^in shwt, to.ail appearaaderlwa^in cheJast stage i *j^ma&>�%tWIiog^wortb;   Carios^'Mfc KelfVf St&?MrVS| >&r Mr! BafefniteVV jofi- " ' V Mr^lCrouch; Isabella, Mr*. Stand. ' Td^mprrov*, Virst'tbv^ vvitb tlii CO VENT-GAR BEN. >ENT EVENING will Jbe.pre-: ^nted an%i8toTical Playi tailed'     '   . I THE BATTLE OF Or, DAYS OF p^D. f �6�^eft,? trr: H^rnahV Fool, Mr; KLnig>rt 5 Gregory >i�*�-Mr. :Fawcetc> Barton*, Mr. Harleyj; ^.depnej ik^WaiisV and^een MargafetrMrs/Pope. 1*6 whicfi vyffl be added the Farce of * LODGE. 1fertbr|yTniydieo^.Mf.X^ick^5 NrmbteMr FaWeett; Wee Sftenkin, MzJtamsend; Pmfey. MrvMacrw^y; affifC^Qmc,; Mr, Po^vfrel. Florella, iMiss Chapman ; Miss ^g^dittt, Mrs.Davenport   and.Thisbe, Mis. Martyr; t Stem ^dWschegr, rrertft: his: pra^icfc and ^eiattn6*redpfe, ; ; is co^fcious that "no one can-exce^lfi^Sf^tififeSirtf1 for Hij^tnef&^d elegance, and^atters lti�i^.ftii fatisfa'ftion he has given in three of the firft C.nies in Eri&p^ as a con-r," viricing prooY bf (he exceGsj'rce of      g.ocKfe?oyer fh'ofe of his profefllonat contemporaries.      [       * . FEATHERS whoiefale and retail. " S^opkoppers and Courttry Dealers fuppiied- wtdvanyv.; quantity, at a/fliort notice, and on ttie^liaoft reafonabie J terms. FORRS and FEATHERS Cleaned, Dyed, and Repaired, equal to uew-f FURR^ Bought and Exchanged for their-full value, White and fancy otcepted.   ' CLEARS made up" iathemo^: elegant inanaer. ^otisumpt{an, My^ilysiciart ifclevcrj thing for h>c { aftioR ^:t^^vfep*er�      withoiU.t,succ^t at length he jc^Pfe^of air, anti I came ;to London.  In lirse.of :mf. acquMnta�� there^.a Gentltfiaan, who fi^pertenced the effe�ts of your Antipcrtussjs, sirongjy p&jb&i&t me to make a trial ot It; but 1 declined it at that ^ihtfe,?imagining oiy disorder- t6 be. beyond the reach of Medicine.  At my retuna. to .Scotland* I grelw* eyejty' day worise,"so that I could^et pb ease in bed, or up.. As my last-resource, I Sent *6~r Veft^a^ caufes from which ib greatlof^ had* WeVi^c-I cafioned to the-PubItcr as itiuft-foii^ fr6m'lhc teims'pf. theprefent i-oam- M^etfier^ha^^ had-proceeded frpm the raifconduft Or; the tie* 1 ^ ithbecility or corVaption,* -he did hbt af prck^Eft* mean to fincjuure. notorio The faaitfelf tvas and. incontrovertible that the b6nu$ upon the pWent Lbanrwas greater,than had fa* ken plaCfe upbtn any former Loan.  It ambimfe3 nearly to^ the >trirnenfe: furn of t^o'fttH^nsi The lofs of fu fura td^thie CASE JV. i CHRISTMAS BPXES. Tb&mdrrow, Speculation, with Oscar and Malvina. This-Day is ^ubrtshpd; Price 1 \ K �I V iUPPLY, MTHQUT. BURTHEN,;  or, _ .ESCH&AT vice t^XATXQN ; being a PROPOSAL. - ^;^Savir%tn Taxe$by an Extension of fh� fcaw;of t*--tifcat*, >cladin&, 5ttiftar^s oa.the Ta.xes pn Collateral " ^ces^, comprired In the Budget of 7th Dec. 1795. c   \ -  To w6>ctiU prefixed*        "^ (Printed in 1793,. and now first published,).; > . ""JlP$&n$Tagainst LAW TAXfiS: slfeWiri^ ^ '^nibeUievo^sness.of a^f.aurt Impositions-*f >dld 9% Skp^nse"of an Appeal to jusfice. ,,':^Tallaw^Chandlers' Hall-rDec. 14, 1795* r^T^"acibtihi'^of "''tffe'^dvancjed  Price- of our l^aw Materbls^ncith^l^XiUar situation i� which the Dearnes^df'eirfcry Necessary Arti^(� bf Life, has -pr*ctd u^ in common with every o^er, Desetf^twn" 6r Persons cn ga^ed in Trade, it was this Day unanimously agreed to abolish the Custdm of igivfeg Christm^ Bo^es. C.DARE,'Be idle. r Sy JE?:SMy BEN1?HAIW, o^Lmcolrt's-InhV-Eigr Printed for j.pebrett, pppoaite 3urlij�gtoA House, �dafy. 4 4f I-: ITiislDayls Pubiished, Price 6d. _ poj^iting out-the only �ure Method toxitotain a speedy 5eace and Refdrni, *   .:. By L^DY WALLACE. .  Printed' for S, and J. tUed, No. 26, .St. JamesVstreet. '\^be^e*rnaybehadthefoi)o^in^ Works, " ,T   By LADY WALLACE.    , .  � . CfeONDVCT or the KINO of PRUSSIA, arid CENE- KAL. W-MOURIER.     > ' - StTPPLEMENT to ditto, ditto. LETTER to Captain W. WALLACE; The WHIM, a Comedy.  Second Edition. 1*  r LOZENGE DI PATIROSA, 1 TOR COU)9; COUGHS, HOARSENESSES, and THI . VOICE. ft. ^tJLLER, the Original Proprietor of _ this "excellent .Medicrn�, informs' th& 2jpbn|ty,'' tip aad the Public, that h� is remdved from No. 8,*to iffoi 14, the South5fde of Covent Garden, ^hear^hb Huni-^ujnslone.door from Southam'pton-stre'ftt, where he cori-tinuea the sale of the above, and all other genuine Patent, ^d^blic Medicines, asrusual.. Thw.5 ikfextLER^* tottnts&i whose virtues arfc'con firmed and established, by the most extensive Use-and Ex-Miteneeiis the;most enTeclua~( remedy; ever yet discovered &GO�b& COH0�S, HbAXSENESSES* ASTHMftSr sted Iff CI WEN T CONSUMPTIONS.. it heals^ clears, anSstrogchens the lungs, stills the most * vjolent Cough, and promotes a free and easy expeftoratjon. Its effects or the Voice are no less wonderful than they are certain and infallible* Ladies and Gentlemen who sing, will experience the most unequivocal benefit fram i%% use.  It is extremely I^ea^arftto the'Tait^anbT Its Odour is exquisite.  Many Jbacyes aiid 'Gentlemen .of the Tiiea^res^ and GenrJemen who are in the habit of Speakinjg in Public, (whose name3 Mri FULLER has permission to mention) have candidly tftSSfied dieir approbation of the EfflcaiSy ot tliis delicate and balsamic Lojenge. ^h^followlng Letfer from Mr.'Incledtfn to Mr. Fuller, lfi^g;:f6und,Its1 wa^y inta H�nd'Biilsr or Wrappers, tor tbe immediate^purpose of imposing on the Public a spurU catt preparation of 'tbe above Medicine, Mr. FULLER feels it his dutyto*sa.y, that no person, (except himself) has any. authority whatever to use'such Letter, of which the fallowing is a Copy, viz* ^ /WMr. FULLER, CO VENT-GARDEN, Sir; On.my return frpm Ireland, I was afflicted with a oold arid hoarseness, which affe�led me considerably, and put me to much professional inconvenience. ' .Mr. Jo^kstone^Mr. NIon.�enj and several other Gen-tlerrien of tlie Theatre,.advised me to fry the ?ffe^! of your Lozenges, called PATIROSA^ i^have taken thfee boxes, and find myself- entirely "relieved" frpm every unpleasant symptom or my complaint. I hold it a ixuv in me to say^ that their merit deserves every encomium^ and, if my name will starap any sddU tional.credit dn their virtues, you are welcome to use it;~" for I consider the discovery of consequence to the Public. Iam, Sir, 9 Your obedient Servant, C. JNCLEDON. Theatre Royal, Co vent-Garden. EMf'INDIA MOUSE, � Dec, 16, 1795. T a Gtnerat CoztH bf the United '�w&pm$ t>J t " Merchants, of England fading fu the Ezstrlnditt) hold Resolved unanimously^, That this Court do present a hyal and dui'ijuirAddrns n His Maj^ty^ congratulating bim upon bit esety&jrom the late daring attack upon bis Royal Person* A fid an saddrtss bclr* "prepared and tead% it wasy en tbt question, unanimously apprcoed^and tbeCa&rt of DirecJors Were \ dcurtd bumbly-J? present the same to HU .fifajejjfc;^ T Resolvedunanimousfy) That as tbh Court are bigt/Ty sathjtei with .the said address, tbtlr thanks be given to Randle Jackson^ Esq. for having drawn up the sanie. Resolved, -^I'-bat this Court do concur in, and approve the sen- _F "timertts contained i* the Pel'tttin^ presented by tbe Court of Di-rtcJors to tbe Hon* tbe Houseof Commons, respeH'mg the Bilh ]^for tbe, preservation of'His Majesty's:Penonf and supprestim df Seditious Meetings. Resolved^ That tbe thankt of'this Court be given to the Court efDirectors for tbe Petition tbey presented to the fjouse of Commons, expressing their wishes that Parliament would take effec-tuat measurer to preserve His Majesty's Person, and the Piace ofjbt -Country*.   � Resolved^ That 4be Proceedings of this day be published in tbt'News_Paper4.* WILLIAM RAMSAY, Secretary* Assiire yourself it is wjththe utmost caUsfaftion 1 take upOft%Jself tfie pleasing task of addressing a few lines to youV'^i, the-4\ame of my Vister, to-return you her very hea^^tllantei^^fbr the singular, and unexpected recovery 'of^ahVpnjy child, live years old,, who yfas. attended by an ernihent Apothecary m BiistoU who did not give us much hopes cf a recovery j*but my sister, being at. that time .SrL^v.ojj&ly ^ffli^cd with the Bile^ was obliged to remove .to Baihtfor the satoeof the Bath Waters. There being je-i^mmeodedto try your Anripertussis, by a friend who had experitSiced4ts very *-*hitary efife&s on a child ot his own, earnestly desired us to give it a fair trhh ashe assured us ne wis fully^ convinced we should, in a short time^find our advantage in iu We did so';" and'to our great joy, in three weeft^Twe fead the; mexpre&sible^pleasure of. seeing1 the^ dear-clilS as well as we have ever known it. As soon as my sis^e^h well fnough to bear the fati^ueof so long a jowneyV^we purpose coming to" town,' when we hop� to do ourseWeithe pleature^of shewing yo� bur gratitude in per-apn. ,Wcbeg you^wiil not. scruple to mai^what-us$*you pHa3- ot this letter; as itis-bur vmh so sins;uiaf> remedy' shouid^fov rlje good of fiackty "in general, be madfe as public as possible;.: I remain, Sir, with much esteem, your very h\xmhle Servant, W.D.WOORK. 8^th, July 2, 1795. CASE Y9 V^The cause of my -troubFtng you with , tliis is, that! ^ouKht Jtadutrwhi|(tl o.wedto yoor*elf and to societ shpukl;me(iUQ0|cg04alutary e.ffefls ^that your, exoe., aon ; who was, about two months ago, ^fBtSed with th^ Hooping Cough, in a most dreadful degree*. My child was attended hy some of the most eminent of the Faculty here, for three days, who thought him dying 5 ^nd he was given over.   At this time a fdend of mine mentioned the wonderful Cures that had been etFe�ed by your Medicine) and though we had no expert at iojd that my'child, could possibly recover* yet I resolved to try it.  I did   and^ at"-this time I have the happiness to^ 6ay that he llquite , well, not the least symptom of his complaint remaining. -I hope you will excuse tbe tibetty I have taken in, writing -lo you, and believe me, Sic, to be, with great'gratitude, .   yours,     JOSIAH ELLIS. TQM KINS* Bath, June-^z, 1795. t � Sir, CASE VI Please send by the coach, two targerfcbttlegt of your An-tipertussis. I have reaped much benefit from some few small bottles which I .purchased from MrJScoUyyou^.agertt in this city : but that gentleman not bejng^abl^ to supply me with any more* until he corhrhissions'it from yqu^ I am induced to apply to you directly, jnyse^ as my humerotis of itfelf conftituted veftigation* Pfiblle; die m^grou n d 4or? m* Butahis was^the 1/aft mtftfifef^ft tendant upon* the tranfaftipiir � There- tf?aa> fto perfon, who had more forcibly and^mpfifftigafi^f ftated to* the Public, thfi/advafttages t>f afyftAn of competition, than- 'tfte' 'Mftiiftef oKFioaii^ who had chiefly been toncerfced iri fettKng^js Loati. But from the^ondti�t{^whic1h' had *e^ri purged in thi^ traniaaionj ali the adVaHta^ refulting frdma fyftem .-oft competition/ wo^rj be completely .forfeited.;** Thefe ccnaidjbe no ccfnfidence that fuch a fyfte�A^6uld be Sdrfifei to in future, nor r to rjome forward Id* thereto any difpbfiHorl COUGH MEDICINES, The.above Medicine Is also sold by CAMp,.Chymist, No. 88jKew Bond-street, the corner pf Blenheimistreef; BolTWi Royal Exchange 5 arid by most Venders of Patent Medtciues in every Town in Great Britain and Ire. land* HOUSSS TO BE LET, FURNISHED. � HOUSE tn Albemarle-ftreet, __with tyvo large handsome Drawing Rooms, commo- dioUlr^'nirig Partou'r, detached Kitchen,, and suitable Office^, iforreStair Caje,f>nd paved Hall. Also twbfgpod ^pus^Sii No. a"6 and a8, in Old Burling-tdin-striet, witff two handsome Drawing Rooms ih each, good Dming(Parlours and; Kitchens, with ^suitable Offices, double Stair Case, and paved' Halls, fit for the immediate possession of genteel families. THE following are:a"few incontrovertible Proofs of the uncommon and extraordinary- efficacy of" WALSH's AfJTIFERTUSSIS, In .bad Coughi, Asthmas, Consumptions, Spiffing of-. Blood, andall Pisorders of the Lungs* Sore Throats, &c. it is so extensively known, and so strofltgly:supported by* TthV testimony of Peoplie of the first respectability in England (see the Pamphlet upon the Virtues arid Operation of. ithe Aotipertussis; to'be had cf the;Proprietor^, thaVrt1, would be superfluous, to raise its chara&er (already so 'strong �staWished) by extolling its virtue^-ahd magnify* ing itawonderful efFeas.  Inshprt, if any thingcoufdad'd' to its superior efficacy above allother prepartHo��?kn6wti ifor Pulmonic Complaints, is, that it not only promotes the Jexpedioration'of viscid phlegm, but aUo-assists. digestiorr, restralfis preternatural or.was'tmg Sweats, jfives due time ;tp the Solids, revives the Spirits, and- leavessthe"Constitution renovated and heaFthy.  The following*persons have ;expefia?eed its happy effect; ' * [ 'Mr. Noble, Tavistock:street ? Mf. Cblrda^Cai^street, Lamb*s Conduit-street; Mr.Cbllinjjsf Stiraiirf'}' Mr. Pans* No. st, Mortinier-streetj. Mr. Newton, Stafford; Mr. Day, Star-cross,, near Exeter; Mr. Batrett, Hay'mai ket; Mr. Plumer, No. 10, Ridin^k�aseilaisei EdWafd-st^eet, Cavendish-square 5 M.r. Hartisoln, ditto J 'Mr."Witsom, White's Alley,,* Bream's Bollding^, Chattcerv-lahe ; Mr*. Joyce, Kentish Town:; MrVvValker, Ctiritf*liftaterrSbu'tti street, Manchester.squarerMr. G. Sniithi Fighting Cofk, Enfield; ,Mr.. Hoskins, Little St. MartnV-laneMr. Lewis; No.' 14, Long Acre;' Mr. Browri. St. Marti*a*s-lane; H. and R. Huddebut, So. Gaiifcford - street^ HorsFeyddwrf; Mr". Ranrfaii, Broker, High^strew St. Mary-le-boQe^Mr. fierce, at Mr. ColhCk'sjSt. MartinV lahe; iCfr*. Jbjmson; Erigfaveri So. zo* Greelf-street, Soho; Mr. Leech; Loodbn Coifee-fipdse; Mr". Evans4,Long lane, Smithrieid. iLondo'n/T to wit.' I CASE r. John Peter Ca\isse, of Gift-alley,' Little Moorfields, in the parish of Cripplegate, cjame before me, and voluntarily^ .maketh oat li and saith, tnathe w;as anTn^edfor above six .years \rrth the* following Cowplaibts . a vibtenfCough, wheezing and rattling jn the Throat, a most distressing oppression of his Breast, insomuChvthat he could riSst neither* day dr night y nor could he bear any thing tight across .his Stomach or BieHy; Ris appetite almost gone, neithei* strength' or spirits^ And thic^er^ent further saithrthat-he was an out-patietit in St. Thomas's Hospital; near four mopths at Guyis Hd^tfal ? fttr?aS m ulBa fiate ot. thh Yren ch KtSn^ defperate e3cpediehts*to which they were compelled to have riecouiib in order to fupport their expenditure.,. Now he would fuppole-that: tticj fame mode of argument was: adopted in FSrergii Countries witJirefpeQ: to th^ ftate of Englifli ft* nances, which it had lately been fo cuftomary in that.Houfe to apply to theFmaaceTs of Fra'nc6. What muft they think, when it was ftated'&aV England was  obliged to -give a borrus" of1 millions,, in order to' raife a fum of eighteeH millions. Muft they ftot natufaHy argue t0'^ the Finances, of-a Country, which wa5vcoB& pelied to raife money at fo enormous a raf^� ere nearly exhaufted.' Tlneir kLoi;dfliips>^6ti&i recollefly rthat advantage had fafeenj" taken of every circumftance in^-'the  ftste of Vrance^'x$L ovder toreprefent the ddprfeciation of their Ff- 3�in tbe rnoft .ftVilcin^'-poirr^'of �� vieW. naaices Now he would aik, what vvas the'pKiri iffft^. ence which might be drawn from a ftat-e^refct r3f the terms of ahe Loan,- with refpe.9: to the pecuniary refources of this Country? His Lord-(hip referred to the- circUrhftances-,attending the trarifaftion of the prefent Loan.   Certain coif* ferences had taken place in the prefencc pf Wp Governor of the-Bank of England, not the Minifter takw occafion openly tr^ Wh^ ;Frime an3 Safh Manofafropy, No, 9,Hop hardens, Su Mar-    XAfavj ftafee to? the   Gentlemen,   who came' for- jtin ^-tane, rio dpors from Ne^rAr^e.t, at th&u�.ier-rneutioned ;low prices, which will fave at featt from 20 to coper ceat. J-jfai* reaily mo.^y^ � / " Inch and a half Saftcs, at per* Foot tSuperfJeial^ � Wainfcot: .   Safhes' : glazed with Crown Giafs as   bidders,? the obligations which hc 11 Mahogany \   SaAejj {^glazed with ,  Crowa Glafg had to the Houfe of Benfield; Boyd, andi: Co, and iiis reafons for giving them a pYefereric^ conditions r Why" by leaving certain upon them fubjeft, did he expofe them to  much^ tetri* fdijrT-. total doubt with reipeft to this' inconvenience, and deftroy the - s. d. to s. d. 1 s. d. to s. d. [ s. d, to s. d I � 6 Tt 10 Ovob Sa&es jC ircular Ditto for '�- Shop^Windcwa 1 Aftragal and H61- low Saflies 1 Circular'Ditto for of f z 4* z\\ z 9 t ix 7 porary Ration of all future  confidence  in. {irriii3rr Itranfaftions ? But were- there not other methods iin which the Minifter rhijjht have contrived to. 'provide-for the exigencies of the Public 3dr>! z 9 r ix   z * la s| 2,6 262$ Ovola Safhes Circular Ditto for Shog-Windows % Aftragal and Hollow Saihes -  i Circular l>itto for Shop-"Windows z Two-Inch Safliei,  at per Foct Superficial;- s. d. to s. d. ! s. d. in   z z J z 3 s. d..to s. d. 191 11 if Zr 3i 7r    6 11 z z {% 1   23 jv-ice* Without having recourfe to a trantaftrsfi fd jd-ifadvantageous to the Country ?   Was *he frj dull in expedients, fo defftitute of refource? that z ix 3 if I he could no-5'^ontrive to raife fmall Loans (uSi- cient for his immediate piirpQfes, and have waited till^fuch period, as  the  profpeft  of   affairs; had enabled- him to maka, his  final  bargain on the mod - favourable terms p.      His Lord-(hip faid, that- he- knew that he had to s. 4. \z6 the * 7 *9 5_ a 7 a 10   30 Deal Frames and Safhes at per Foot Superficia CafeSaihFfarnes/with i| inch dealovoloifh Apd a ifeatf Hou8fe,= pWasantiy situated ia Actoh�str$et,  [ tyiarrtity of green;ihd yeJJO^ BfTe, whi^H'eiye himf almost and hung with lines aujl- weights, coropleat, is.. Bd.-to'is.'iO^1 and-.^. o*�L t- Frames, ditto, witii jX.Ueal*  A.fttaga!^-^fcd hoiibw Saihes, Jfaied and hung with tines aad v^eighte, pom-. jUeat> as. to as/ad,"   :*' �    1 l, ^ny Gecftleownj- by applying at the above Msmifaftory, t        , - .      t     , , .   t      ^ - . m?r^ WtedwithCicaular and Gothic Vfindovs* FanrJLigh^ but, unfortunately, without success ; every day bi� com- 1 Sky-Lights, Show-Glalles, Sauv-Doors, Shuftera.. plaintsf ^rere getting worse.  And this; de^n'ent furth* [ ; Sht^-Pronts and Shop^-iuidertakerf'knd cbmBliirelx finUhed saftln that he,verily beHcve^^ tteft if hie hatf not heee re- ' ^ ^     ' n    * r lieved by*Mr. Walshes AnHpmissisr he must have expired; therlrst dose of which d{sch�Red, fr6Va Sis Stomach, a Minifter, thought proper,  might have ha<� kthe Loan of fuch"fmall Turns, as would  havet! J 3 af 3 Si pbeen fully equivalent for any tempofdry demand.' iaU ^h^circumftahc^ then,' of h d may be ewe red on immediately. itfect} near Bond-street, immediate relief, in most pf his other corh(Sain^,insomuch that he got a good night's rest \ the next day fits- appetite �W�� Wttfcf;1 An* fchfir .M)orjeAtturthe-r saTch, that every' day he took the widMedic&e, he found Jiimsetf mwi^md tewfaatdr^ wfiich""fnuft- Ifeike/'every 'comtpc}�: obferver,- andrbe obvious to every man of plai^' fetofe. But ther^- were other cirfeum'fenccjs cpn'P neftedwilh this Loan, well deMviri| the iften*-% lioA of their Lardfliips, irT-confer^rice*^ particular circtimffances  uader". wKichit N. B. The Carpenter of Joiners; V^oVlcof new Buil&ngs* or repair^ 6f old Hoitfes; un^rtakewj in towa or Country, _ _ _ SibteS^uftthe ;bdt "^"^ C*p^W f conirluded, and the precifr peirad'fiyed^^ ' Letters (p6ft jaid) are carefully .attended to, fo.'that any   for that purpofe.  "If the immediate rile/ whiC^ i?PuJ*y vrdexsntiy te'cwpietcioa theteeitnotice;:        I had taken;place iri the price of Stocks, had btiii r L r   

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Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

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Your Membership Includes:
  • 25 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

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