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   Morning Post Gazetteer (Newspaper) - August 17, 1798, London, Middlesex                                FRIDAY, Augus? 17,  1798, il Tajied by ty.r . Pitt, 3f f rrice on. FOURTH TIME. THEATRE RdYAL.-fiAYM ARRET, THIS PRESENT EVENING will be pre-tented a new Pluv, in three aft*, called FALSE; AND 1WE. The Overture and.Musio by. Dr. ARNOLD. The Chambers by Mr. Munden, Mr. Barry more, Mr. Troeman. Mr. C. Kembie, Mr. Davenport, Mr.AValdfron, Jun. Mr. Johnstone, Mr. li'Arcy, Mr Ledger, Mr. C^uJ-field. Mr. Abbot, Mr. Chippendale. Mr. Lyons.   MjiM^r.fv w .. . ... He^rd, Miss Griffiths, Mr.. &venoorl Mr*. Bland.' ^fe^M'*5J2ft? The General Chorus hy Messrs Linton, Aylmer, Brown, Dibble, Kendrick, Little, Caulfteld, Jan. Walker, Wit-JoughHy, Xpc- ; Messdames, Edward, Menage,-Hale, Gawdry, Butler, Masters, Nortsffj Benson, Leserve, &e. Books.of th^JJongs, $cc to b on�5;�*i�fldxk,^u Emnja, Mrs, .easlyton FRIDAY Morning, cutting through the celling aR HUGHfROBERTS Thf raid Hajrh Robert* waf^tn at TynewithCJdcainog> �pea* Rutheri, in D'enbeighjsfw'�*Y� aboW. "fiW.      seven .^^shi^b, Very thin njaj^ttegt compltxiojy,4JAack eyes, ^ajeft hair with powdery" fctopt very short in hi* neck, ' %$gffity>e, awl some^yeHoy* -freckles,his, face 5 he is *a|^| 34'years of age 5 had on wh td swansdown waistcoat, a^E^t'^nixt kersey- t'.-g'jfe said Hugh Roberts lived as Shopman t&^RfeDavis, Jg&n.'s Mercer, at the Corner pf p/uke street, AUpste. - ^William Ahell is about five Feet seven inches' higb; lair complexion, fresh coloured, light ^rowo. hair loose',inhis,; i peck, rather stout made, aged twenty eight fea.^V^WS^fWr   W-an achen he essatrtd a snuff coloured eo3t, printed"scarlet'v Heousjfo) Placa*r-for!-the Boxes to Theatre. Mayoress,      ^ gtajdy Godina, _$t*.; , ?�>ndGallery,t�. be bad Of Mr. Rtce/% tl^ VAVXHAVU ON tuesday NE. in Honour of His R*yal Highness �m A SUP Admission' c "-ihetVeaKi729 : Wuh some Hint* on the present State of;the.Colp5> under jhe British Governm nt as late as the arrival of HEJovernir'Siincoe, and continued down to the 7th'of Ap*rT:lasr. To: wiiich is'p^feiedi an Explanation of fhe Metfcjd of eukiyatipgth>^g i�h�*t pleisfngSLftf:; e�cdleneevt�i fermed. Rcyal FaflMlVi Oemry^*enw . .ten every d�r At MA TO THE N At Ho. aa, ,aONJ�.jS; jt isonwcyed .hi .thfi" ehanitna, in a stile of tve idei ihat can be. $t*�eit m it by the THE Committee of Shipping of-Company of Merchants o/Engtand, tra NEW PUBSfiSA'PlONS. The following valuable BOOltS were,,during the last Winter. prinVl f�r    le, engraved- by Mr. BovU ^rd^4d-^^t<^l Picture, ^'.\ 15s. in Boards;.1 �' ^M:. ed tjo^at:a vt^wi^advanee n the cost, in order.tosppplyMerclianta* For�^iVf pi sees of beautiiul-made Cambric Moslius for Dressts, from 15s..eajsh; ibosC at 355. are spp^�fiae,,a quantity for nvo/Rx�uW Qre�ses; Printed Uuiltps, at is. per yard; Coloured Stripe Muslins, at los-od. a-Dress; ditto White, at 19s. 6d a Round-Onus ,-good Dimities, �t iSd. and v*. per yacd; with pieces of ^naia Check and Stripe Muslins, ies. fid. each, ten yards; Turban ^uslin at 6d. per yard; with various other hid'ra and British Muslins, excessively^cheap.    , Table and Family Linens of ,e�ery description. ' BARGAINS, Consisting of Muslins in short lengths ; also pieces, and cut quantities,, soiled, or otherwise out?of conditiony some., hundred Remnants of Ribbon Edging?,,,fee.; ,a few doeen of long and s'lort Gloves; rich Gauies 4Js. 3d. per yard, formerly sold at 7*. 64, per yard, will posittv;� PoMMe/, whfcH is fentinued 1 t the uri^haf price of as.'-;;" Dr. Hooper's; Pills . �4 Dr. a as tin** Chaly- beite Pills       - 40 Berry's-BilliousPills 5 i>; Dslhy's Carminative ,.1 9 Tickefi's Ethereal Spirit - '3> * Greenouph's Tiiiilwe .1 �-Telu ly-aenges |. t\ Mr. Spence's penufrice 4 o Ereake's Tistture of Bark     .        - 36 Huxham's by ditto * 6 Cephalic ShutF o ?| lDr.Stecr% Opedeldoe a $ 1    --^Cdnviilsion oif  - � ,1 r Camomile Droja -1 oJ .E^wi^eof.Colts/ooc 3.9 Esuenceof Pepperment t 1 Onrukirn Medicines 5 3 Glass's. Magnesia .3.  ingliih's Scots Pills 10 Grant's Drops i-lf* N uaon's Drops 5 o SpUsbvry'sprppS ;J O Spcediman � Pi}ls * o English-Coffee �6 Prr::Solander}s Tea ia o- Jones's Rheumatic , Tiftfture.' -    - 36 Also t!ie genuine Avrquebuiade, lately imported, and roost <�f tbe other Proprietors M^dic^nes.in repine,; jprders for exfwrtatbnarc supplied without.stamps^ as before this Aft. N. B. As many persons, -particularly servants ah'd mes-sto^ers, mistake the II-juss, F-. NEYV-BERY, the Prpp.^e-tor, is under tfic r.ectisity of pointing out, that it is at the East End of St. Paul's, near cat to Che. pside, and that he l�as a iar ^ Very interesting Dtspensa-'IqeSj ..Which had iojig bqgt} s^dAjgkt ip.r in vain� relating to Aoberr the' Stewart oT Scotland (Ring Robert II.Ti'nls Ii^lirreAia^^iJ^rHaHes' with E%?^3th More and _�u-phemia Ross' By" Andrew Stuart, Eiq. M.?'. Acconi-paniedby an elegantly engraved Genealogical Table relative to the Worjf, ^to. si., tos. in Boards. 3. ATHENIAN LETTERS; or, the The Epistolary C9fi$*J!Pndefice. of. an Agent Of jther;Kmg ofF/ema> residisg at Athene daring ^he PeloponnesMn. War. By the late Earl tof&afdwicke, the Hoft. Charles Yorke�and odier Persans; tttping-their jsside'nce in tbe University of Cambridge, /tftew Edition; to whica is prefixed, a Geographical Index,, elegantly, prjhtedin ivols. 4to. and ijjustrated witp 'Engravings i-f Portraits, AntT^ue Busrs, and a Map of Ancient Greece, al. as. in Board*. ' *mP A very few Copies are printed on Royal Paper, with proof f mpressipns of the Engravings, Pike il. 4s. Boards. AWSTOTLE's �TrilO JaW POLITICS, coal-, pminghisPraellcal Philosophy, translated from the Greeh^ -illusttated by Introductions an i.Woies, the Critical H}$toJ^ .of his Life, anf the Heat excited by f r,i^on. \ The Second Volume of ^Couht? Rumtor^s E^savs is now completed, and ready for deliverJsPHce 8s, Boards. ,15. An JESS AY on,NAVAL TAtCTICS,' Systenjatical ;and riisj^orical;, with explanatory Plates. Byjohn Cletkj Esq. of Eldin. EartS II. HI. and IV. 410; iosi 6d. in ' Boards. �a. The FOUR AGES; together jw'uh Essays oh various SobjecHs.   By Wm.Jaclsson of Exeter; 8*0^ 8s. Boards. 14J PROOFS ;of aCONii Pik AC Y against all the Religions and Governments of Europe, earned on an theSexret .Meetings 'C^^Fcee|^ipns, 111 ami oati, and Reading Socier ties." CoitecteoV fmnfgood Authorities.   By John R obi son, �M, A. Professor npor jance of British Comiiierce on that Continept; also. Partico.tars of the Explosion of Mount" Vesuvius injjine, 179^ and an Accouneof many^ extraordinary Cures ptadacetf by a Pre-paratiun. of Opium i.i a variety , f obstinate Cajtes,..accoi-d-ine to tire Prtfiicein Asia ; with "many Physical Remarks coilei>ed in 4taly, 'desetvingjtKe^iften'Hon of Families! By a Gentleman authwa^^to^ve^gftiff.iJuK^omnwrce of that Country with Great Britain i Sv^ 6i. in Boardst av^e.^tL^Y and PRACTICE 9f the LAWcon-s':dertd'ln:#Ir various RELATI^rfS to.SOCIETY. "In a Series of fetter's, - Sy a Wen>b|jMjf Lincoln's |nn-. |vo.  , Esq. F. R.7 S. apd Uarnster � JUa*fe' With two Portraits,, jl.is. in Boards..      .        '      .   . 44. *A Fifth Volume ojf ANECDOTES of some DIS-TlNGTJ^HEp gER^ON^, chiefo of th* present and two prec�cwJ^iCent��ie8,-"�*k�j js.- in Boards.  * �ij*jA new Eflition of thi�>te.|-,n'kei|tiqped JVork is a^e-' published compWeih 4 v large>3vb.Jwith all ihe Plate�j SndtN severai^rtjeles chronologically" arranged." Togei ther with a copious Index, il. 12s. iq Boards. �' � 25. A'Secon^'Voliime of'SERMON'Sj on various Sub-jefts. By George Isaac Huntingford,'p. D, Warden oj St. Mary's -eof'tege,^Vyinchester,- %  z&r SERMONS on various Subjects, m-''re particularly OnChrmiafl Faith, and Hopj, and the Consolaiions of Re-rigion- 7Oeo>�� Henry Glasse,- Aa M.' &efioro� Han-welL: Middlesex, 8vo, 7s. in.Boards. ^4>ER"^CONS',' rtiiefly upon Ptidical Sobjecls.  By the 'Re^^muel j^ishop, A. Mi late Chaplain to|.he Bishop pf jBai^OT,'ReQor of Ditton in Hent, and St. (tlai*tm 6at-wich,'London, and Head MaSrer of Merclt^nt Taylor's. School.   Published by Thomas Clare, A. M'. g.v'o.' is. in. Board*.   - aS."'A GUIDE u> rite" CHURCH, in several Discourses. To'which are added. Two Postscripts'; theifirst, to those Vfijrnbers of the Church who occasionally fiieqiient other PfsTces ot Public Wppihip5 the seconcTto- the Clergy. By th0 Rev. Cnarles Daubeny, LL. B. a Presbyter of the .Church of England. Addressed to W. WH6erforee> Esq. Mi Pi 8vo. 7s. in Boards. > ad. An APOLOGY for BROTHERLY LOVE, and for the DOCTRINES of the CHURCH of ENGLAND; in a 'Series of Letters to the Rev. Charles Daubeny, wit.ha Vindication of such Parts of Mr. WSIbetforcft's Praclical View as have been objected to by Mr Daubeny, in his lace Pul?.- J liciitrtti, entitled A Guide'to the-Church;- Al^o some Re-^ marks on Mr. Daubeny's Conduct in malting a false Ojjota. lion- from a Pamphlet, entitled Five'Lefters to tUe Jtev MV. Eletcfier,writtwbySirAichard:HilJ4 intheyear 17.71. EAST INDIA HOUSE, 8th Auguft, i"7<;'8. / 'the Unilei  trading te the Eafir Indies, do htriby item,' thjit hi.  MUSEUM cpnrfnjijes, tpit uj�� rivalled Display.pf Mfecitanicatlngenuity.        >; t^Admitfarfce'in- tfie Morning frorn Eleven till Three, at '�%��()& ��yl ctose at Four-, and in the Evening from Seven |iUNinei;at.^si attd-c|o�e at Teh.*'  J;     '   f i 'No. it, Princes� street, Hanover-square.  This,Day \$ piitlished, In One Volume, neatly BSorid and Ly'tered, THE ElEPOR-TM'E'NT 0^ a MARRIED LIFE. Written fey a LADY OF FASHION, Ii� a Series of; Letters io her Daughter. Containing a variety of judicious Mor.;l and Instructive Lessons, Tiipot�" the fdifo.wihjt; imiinVunt Soijetlfs :-The di.sjspsition of a Wife- TjlVe disposition of a l4osban4-Visitors of ceremony-fhtirSate atiqruVimahee-�Tne^ntinu-ahee of..affe�Hon^The wealjfne^^f-tenape',-*-TrjS,-il di�� putes-Qu'afrels-Ibcohsta'ncy-Connat mercy and protection held forth* by hit Excellency : but, notwtth^htjtrig ftich compliance, many of thofe peefdns, vVith the certificates'of" their allcgvane4e,;^Snd th'd wtiften proteffions of Government in their pockefs,' ha4 been apprehended and committed'to prifon, or ferit on boar4 tenders." A 'particular^ cafe hid come to his knowledge, which he thought it. fits duty to re-ptefent to the; Houfe, of a man named Mahert ",whb.had been gardener to Mr. Byrne, df Cabin2-teeVyi' ari^wiliQ, 'tickwithftantlirfg -His compliance with the forms prefcribed*b^.-^JB.^oekiitatio'jE^ and; his having dbtaitJedXvvyiiuen icertificate and pioteaipn, Was ^^fgj^Jfli^i^^gri board a tender.. He th/wglH�.lb"lref  bFtHc Warrant^ of Ch-ilr comT�iital. _,.,TJje ^;.^n.;.Lgrd'e .Bifap-, 1ftjc, apd .m^o,ft,nt:i^i|>Oi�.^^ had ^bjeen ff*ou^|i'tn.:.a,ver:^cp^ produSj^e.-'^f^th |erkfd^.||e|l:. -lx ^as/rnp^^y ixn po ffibj,^,,,,j hat in a ^neafu r� fo ex I, e:ft fty< in i|s patute^and.fjperatiQn, and fac�?tnpji$a|ed in the various tircum^jnees. of its apptic^tipn, that iome; jbpfes..fhou)d,npjLr hs exp.ec^jd^o occur ; but..be ,y^p^l,djj�;a.hfwerab^c, ,$hat yyfieneyer tije Government had come fairly to \ herl;riowledge and on the Effecft ofOpTum,' Alcohol,' and Inanition.' 'By of any fuch abufes, no time had been Ipft in cor-JaweseuTrie,-M;D..F.^. 4' � Physician in Liverpooh and ,   -�'. 5 ' Tr v *   , - - M- - �      - 1 recting them..  If the Hon. Member had made T)is reprelentatipn in the regular official channel, he might have relied on the mofl prompt it- tention to the redrefs of any grievance (hat .appeared to e^dft ; but the Hon...Member muft I be awarej that nobbing could "have a mwredi- . To vi'hlch is annexed, The Substance of a Sermon, by Bishop Babbingcon. By Sir Richard Hill, Bart. M. P; for -the County of Salop, 8vo. 53. in,,Boards. 10. A new Edition of A VIEVV of the Principal DEJS-hSPKIAL WRITERS that have-appeared in Ehghtna in the ^9t;and present Centuries,; with Observations upon them, and'spme' Account of  bory, asid Vj�ar of Boldteiri New Forest, 3s.id.'.sewed. 33. A SERIES of PLAYS: in-which itI."attempted'to delineate the stronger Passions.of. the Mind ; each Passion being the subject^ a T^-asedy-and a' Comedy, :8vo. 6si in. Boards* . 34. A cfmplete Edition of the Works of Tobias Smollett, IdTb. w*rf^?Memoirs of^is-Life,; and a View of the.Coifi-mencement and Progress of Romance. By John iCioore, M. D.-\W^h"aiPorirait of Dr>-!6.mPU�t. Elegantly printed in 8 vols. 8vo, 3l- 4s. in Boards. 35. A new Bditiori (printed from a.corrected copy left by the Translator}! of the LlfSLAD j: or the Discovery of India tan Epic Poem i translated ffbiih- the oftginafPor-tt�gneseof Luis dje/C^mMns.;. By .^ijliam, Julias Micjsley a vols. 8vo. 14s.' In Boards., '36. A new snd elegant Edition of the PQBM8 of, William Shenstone, Esq. in tvyq Pocket Volumes, and adorned with Plates, 10s. inJSoards. 37. The POEMS complete of Wr^aiiam.CpHi.ns, including his Ode on the"SuperstifiorjsyfmeTiigKla^aers; a new Edition, with a .prefatory E^siy.^ fly ^rs- Bai�-bauld, elegantly printed in a Pocket Volume, WithPla'tss, 5s. in Boards. ' 38. W AXKS in a FOREST; ;or Poems. descriotWe of Scenery and'Incidents dharaaertetic of a 'Forest at diffeiw ent Seasons of the year. By Thomas Gisborne, M. \, A new Edition,' considerably "enlarged^ elegahtiyprlmi'd in a Pocket Volume, and adorned with Places,. 6s. Board*. 39. An EPISTLE- to a FRIEND pWitB other "Poems. By the Author of the Pleasures or-Memeryj 4t4. is: Qdi 40. SONNETS, and other POEMS'.-' % ,'the Rev. W. L. Bowles,4 A.M. of TriftttysColtege, Oxford; Anew and complete Edition, elegantly prmte j in a Poclcet Volume, andjadorned wifh'PIares^6"�!%%o'arasv:'-\ ' 4i..0BE^0^ij aFeem,' froni the .Gerjnajj Wieland. By Wilnani'Sbtheby^Esq.T-'a volsi tis. "in Boards."    "     j 42. A TRIBUTE to the Manes of unfortunate Poets.: I .in* four Cantos. ith other^Poems on various subiefts. BgJohitHunter,       � JSlegantrj^tinftd'in iirPAwketiVo- j S*flume,      in Boards., , .-s    - >. . 43. The VOUNG'PHILOSOPHERk' a Novel. By Charlotte Smith, 4 Vols, iifis. sewed, ,�      ..... ^4. ADELINE ,DE COURCV, a TJovel, z yols. 6s, Mwed.'    - -  ; ; ) ' '. .- c �� ...,c.-.,.-. �. � 45. VA"URIEN ; or'Sketches of tl� Times t Exhibir--Ung Viewsflof i�sjf F^lIos^nTes,/,Religious^Politics,' Lite-. rature,and Manners pf;t|�e Age, 2 vols., 8s. sewed. .   . ' ; 46. An 'lft6$lRY /into the Nature and Origin of Mental Derangement comprehendin-g-^.. concise -System cf the "Physiology aniT'Pathbldgy'oT the a*li�e-of#hyi�ic, and on Chemistry, a vols.-2w>. las. in Boards. 47. A Third Volume of'wEDlCAL HISTORIES and REFLECTIONS. .By john-ftrrjaci'M TD. Physician to tlie Mahche'stef Infirmary, Dispensary, Lunatic Hospital, and Asylum,-8vo.~5s;"tncba'�hr.    ~     - 48. MEDICAL REPORTS on the Efftas. of..Water, cold and^vvarm, as W Remedy.inP�fver arid other Diseases, "whetherApplied to^the): Surf^ji^f flie Body, o> �ssd!-internally i- wcluding an Inquiry info-the Circum?tanc;e&tbat rewer Cold Drlhki or tht Cold Bath dangerous in Health. sTo.wMchare added, Obrfryations^n.^he ?Jatute of Fever; )tis apgre^ Fellow of the Royal College 0/ Physicians, Edinburgh, 8vo. 6si in' Board*. '"'"'" ' , * * 49. (?The Third Part of SURpICAL and PHYSIOLOGICAL ESS AYS. By John Abernethy,. F. R. S. Assistant. Sofgeon to St.^Banholo�iew's H-.ispital, and Teacher of Anatomy and Surgery, 45. 6d.. in Boards. 50. On the SYNTAX of the" LATIN VERB ; designed for the Use of Students. By Samuel Seyer,; Ai. A. ef Corpus Christi Co'llegef'Oxford, Svo. 5s. in Boards. .1   - T   

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