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   Morning Post Gazetteer (Newspaper) - October 31, 1798, London, Middlesex                                No 9303. WEDNESDAY, Qc4c ber 31,: � 1798. Price in J783,. - - 3d. \ Taxe4.-4f.sMr. PITT, 3^,-f, Price:: 6d. T&EATRE ROYAL, DRURY-LANE. MIS PRESENT EVENING Their Majesties Servants will a& a Play cailed THE STRANGER. The St! Holland.; Mr. Wf Tobi Wi SALE OF THE LAND TAX, FOR THE COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX. it^-jMr. Kfcmble;  Count Wintersen, Mr. "" ".nfort, Mr. Incledon, Mr. Fawcert; Mr. Townsend, Mr. Emery, Mr. Dibdin, jun. Mr. Wilde, Mr. Gray, Mr.. Linton, Mr. Street, Mr. Thompson. Miss Walcup, Miss Sims. Ths Overture and Music composed by Mr. Atwood, with some favourite Selections from the Works of Dibdin and. Mazzinghi. SANS SOUCI. By the Authority of the Right. Hon. the LORD CHAMBERLAIN, TO-MORROW EVENING, the 1st November. . Will be Presented, ^ AT SANS SOUCI, Leicester-Place^^ Entertainment, entirely New, and foimde^- tipin Faft and Observation, called A TOUR TO THE LAND'S-END. Arrangement of the Recitation and Songs. PARTI. (P.irt of Wiltshire, of Dorsetshire, and of South Dtvon-shiie). Recitation. The Nation.-Song. The Temple of Fame. -Recitation. Dialects.-Song. Strawberries.-Recitation. The Rencounter.-Song. Nancy.-Recitation. The Quakers.-Song. Laughing Prohibited.-Recitation. Plymouth Dock.-Seng. The Ancborsjmiths.-Recitation. Country Parties.-Song. The Tea Table.   PART II. (Cornwall). Recitation. Falmouth.-Song. Yo Heave Ho -Recitation. The Drowning Sailor.-Song. Magnanimity.-Recitation. Wigs-Song. The Wig Gallery.-Recitation. John and Providence.-Song. Advice.-Recitation. Travellers' VVit.-Song. The Cornish Miners.-Recitation. The Land's End.-Song. The Converted Rake.-Recitation. Tadlics.~Song. Beauty's Banners. PART III. (North Devon and Somersetshire). .Song. Nelson and Warren. Recitation. The Two Beggars.-Song. The Barrel Organ.-Recitation. Compassion.-Song. True Cou'age.- Recitation. Flattery.-Sor.g. The Lady's Diary.-Rotation. Singer's.-Song. Cupid turned Music Master.-Recitation. News from Dorsetshire.-Song. The Christening. -Recitation. Recapitulation.-Song. Finale. The whole is Written and Composed, and \\ ilL be Sp. ken, Sung, and Accompanied, by MR. DIBDIN. Boxes 5s.-Area 3s.-Gallery is. Eoors to be opened at Severi o'Clock.-The Performance to begin at Eight. Plices for the Boxes to be taken at Mr. Dibdin's Music Warehouse, Leicester-Place, Leicester-Square: where may hsd. and at ail the Music Shops in Town and Country, t-!-e Songs in the different Entertainments of SansvSouci; to popular Novel of Hannah Hewit, the younger Brother, and every other Article specified in his Catalogue. The Public are requested to notice, that TUESDAY will net be a Night of Performance during the Season; but that 'he Entertainments will be on MONDAYS, THURSDAYS, and SATURDAYS. This Day is Published, " Nelson and Warren;". �' The Cornish Miners;'' " Yo he-vve yo." the Eighteenth Num. cf � The History of the Sta^"-"   'daffy 1 tea to one o'clock : and to remind them, however e&> fi;'^ us the VEGETABLE SYRUP OF DE VELNO'3 ""'Sy ii'ive been administered by general directions, yet ex-V-rJcncfc continually jnstrufis him, that the reproduction of pc';!th, in cases where the whole Constitution is afftittd '')' nftition, Wy depraved fluids, and by diseased debilities, m>'?t be regulated by an attentive observation of the Effects C; ("s Medicine. Jfl all -Stlicate and important Cases, where hereditary or 8r;'iand.in.therF.veaing.-from Seven: till Nine, at 3s* and ^cloie.at.Tt;n,    t _  '- No. 11, Princes-street,-' Hanoveir-square. MEDICAL ADVICE. HODSON-is^returr.ed to towri e ca-s.es tor; which his'i^i&^icines are recommended, at Hatton House^ No. 15, CroW.^U'eet, Hatton Gairfen,' \- The publi&^Medicinesj-of wMch Dr. flodsort }s thfr*o!e iProprifit-k,^^^^ rHajf4ge had a^;abt)Ve, aret-     '*;' " ''The GENUi^&KEQfX^LE SYRU*,,^te>�cd en-; tifely without "Mercury, ana'mablisTred in this toflfctom'" ,' upwards of 4o years^is a cure for Sdorbutic, VeneV-ealV' aiioKed, That all a^ licitions made to this Committee .from the country, muit be attested by the Minister arid Churchwardens of ths. parishes to which the parties re-'speaively belong'or reside in, sra'ing iheir place of abode,'--. their relationship to thi persons who have beep killed, with the ages, number, and situation � f their f'.miii;.s. '    ' ' CAlrVEALLY BlEWICKE; Chairman.-- N. B. The Commiree being now about to make * final distrihution'of the fund's subscribed, it 'is pat!ticu,!at4y't!le. sired, tl^at.the persons entith-d.^ill loie no time ii..as a kin 2. sppilcaflort; agreeable to the foims nbovem'ntio> cd. AGEjNTLEMAN wiftves to Board and Lodge vv.; 1 a resp-.iltp.bie Faoiily, in some airy situation, nop nearer than three, nor farther than five miles from Westminster.  The family are to wash for 'him, and t> alto''* him tVo rooms''to himself.    The terms Seventy 'Ponpds. a.yiar. . Dij-.-ct to"L. 0. at Mr. Henderson's, No. 37, Sojthamp-i ton-street, ,Sjr%nd. "By His MAJESTY 'I ROY A.r^i^MJSRS PATENT. NEW Fi-RE G'Rki^ffif'&b.. " STRATTON,. Ironmong^hd Manufa�tyrer% heacthe MVdaierif Black JPrS^fiiRdaVIT Lcindon,'offers , td,fl&e NobiUtVj the Public, ant^f^Vqr!^, a Nev? ljat.er�t ' FlltE ORATE ;"they are applidffbje tKreyery purpose, from 1 heat.w'Ul he obtained,, no {hut Stoves, h'aetolgre ot,-nowhare, rhsde, will glVe a^fee&t-equal to one srhali^re made fn'this Stove, conseiguentlyjthe saving ir.iuel.wittig gt^atj-add to-. , fife, and the simplicity bf-'-the Stove,"vviHW1 are like' all I oii>ers'_in a^pear.anc'e, thei      Ali*; s^^t^m^nr^. of cu'rlrigthe most obstinate Smoking Cbim.rti'e,$. ; 'Geiulevnen, (who arc building or furnishin'- their hoils*4*'*Il�:d as to I tjfl^te anil heat,' will 6b givenV; '"'- . 3 $hi t^.^JJbhc ma^be n^'sleci-hy.any'saujfous advertisement, STftATTOa tbm'Rs. it rieces'saf�j^ayj3�_n_th;e I oftijtr^eo^r^ "b,eU�g rtte-^b^inVe^r-ahd^are^^r^ee iis" j-Sp'ecific'Jio'h in the Repert r, qf Arts, Manufaflures; fee. Oo account of Ur�-txtt\{6rd^ar^^nia�d,*no oTdtrs-eprf be txtcured butfor'readjf mon;y. From the LVND-OW'frAZETTE, OB. 3a. ' Admiralty-Offee, OB. 30, 1798. C?py of a Letter frpm> Captain Durham,"Commander of His Majefty's. fhip An:or,., to Kvan Nepean, Efq. dated in Plymouth Sound. I beg leave to. enc.lofe you copy of a letter^ f?nt by th^s po^, .to. ,trp.e Rig^hj Hon. Admiral %bf ci.Bri4g.ort. . ( .,-' AnfoKyin Plymouth.: Sound) ..MY ioRD,. f; Otk. 27, 17.9S. - -  '. -, From '.the difabled. flat.at^His Majefly^s {hip jander my command in tlie aftiorTcf the iolh iuBant, aod the wind remaining to the-.S. W; I was"- unavoidably)feparated from the.� K; B. and drove e-onfiderably'ta- the N'.; W. tjf-lreland.: .'u .     v     ' .?' It I- oaW gtlea't fatisfaflibn in informing-.your LQrdfliip, that on the ,18th at day'.ighi .in the mqrjiing-, I dtfeovered a large fhip to'leeward, fortunately for me, with the lofs of her fore ar.3 main-top-mafts (the AnTon being"V(y n6'*rripan9 in a fituation ,to chate)!, het .rnizr.n-xnaft gone^ main-y^rd and main-.crofstrees ; the bowfplit and fore yard fhot t!irough in feveral places. '� I immediately bore up} and'got along fide of her: after an action ofrone: hour and a q.uarter^ moft gallantly difputeci, which does the gre'aieft honour to Citizen Jofcyjh Andrien Segone, her commander, fhe l\ruck ; proved to be La Loire^ one of the largeft arid fiVftfft friga^fs belonging to the Republic, prefentgd^y.the'-cUy-'ol--NarM^ quite new and nev^r before-at feaj plercedrfor 50 guns, rnountingt46 ("eighfeeh-poundcrs), having on board fix; ^undTfeS'^ancJTixty-fouV "rnert (troops included), among whom are a number of artillery, -Etat-Major ..for three regiments. La Loire had' forty-eightonen. killed and feventy* five wounded,- was one of the.four frigates v/hich tie Anfon engaged the 13th, and was making her efcape from the coa^ft.^ I beg leave particularly to acknowledge tfi6 fteady and good behaviour of my Ofiicets and Petty Officers; cannot avoid recommending tci your Lordfhip's notice.my Firf| Lieutenant, Mr. JormHihton, wlioTe CQndu6r, not or.ly upon this decafion blit niany others,; has met with tay'ful* left ApprQjbation^} not -derogating f&^rrt the ber haviour of Lieu tenant 5^ Jvl eager, Manderlon^ and ^r.:WiHiamndhrff^o5 the Maffer. � have''al�6it'ef�icfenowlfedges-'the fervfeifs of Ueutenant8. B^Ji and" -fjgrrrng, of�the Marities, who corn^aanded the cajronjide^s as to roj^fhip^ company*,'they^ have ^Beeh rny faithful cornpa-mow&dfcririg'fdur'fcariT'xri^r'etty acttiveferviCe^ and. whofe^ondaft^updriali t3  \ ' ',... Having fallen in, the riight, before ^heac^ion^ with"'His"Majefty's brig Kangaroo, I ordered Captain Brace,. from the'Anfbn's difabled flate, tp continue in-corhpa'ny, and am much indebted to hirn.;f,or .the fervice^lie. has- rendered me in taking pbffeffion of La Loire. 'Hefewitfi; I fend at'li'f!"of the killed and wounded. .Ki'r.LED.^Alexander Duncan, Quarter-Master j -Mat- thew Birch, seaman. .      , Wound's d.-Mr. W.Abell, First Lieutenant of Marines } Mr. William RobUliard, Mr. Francis R. Pajler, Midshipmen ; Henry WiTson, James Davis, John Adams, John Hdustony William Shawf ilrter YViltman, William Thomai (Second), Patrick }i.tiiy., seamen j James Cummings, Robert Dillon, marines. * .. Jnclofedts a lift of the ftores, &c, found o� bQard La Loire'Republican frigate; Clpathing complete-for 3000 men. � ioio-Muskets in tfases. 3.-0 Sabres. '     .,.-'.. 360 Pouches.  %i_ Cases ofjn.tcsketi hall cartridge*. 1 Brass" field-piece, with a great quantity of ammunition of different kinds, intrenching tools� &c. &c. - I have the honour, &c. Sec. (Signed)  " " 1 H. DURHAM. ,A&mifalty-CFjjit6(J)&. ^0,-1 VgSk-'' Copy of ^ Letter, ^coig Admiral^ Peyton, Con�inandejr..i Chief cf His^Alajesfy's Ships and Vessels in the Downs, to Eva/i Nepean, Estjidated'ajthioaobet, 17^8; ' '" ^hejeyyjih >ncl^"qjt^rsyjeir Lordfhips' irv formation, i'lef'terj have received from Captain ^hes'ffi^yW, of-HS'Waj^fiy's-'lfiip Plover, fialing his having cagtfired^fi'rencH fchooner privateefr of ten carriage-guns and eight fwivels, .that 4elt Calais on Sa^u-cday laft j^n the forenoon, but had not taken "any1 thing,   la.s, &c. &c. �<�-�- "       :,V j OS. PEYTON. sfR,1" ' ""'"PUv^'dtJea, 0&'. �8, 1798. I beg' iea'ye lio Acquaint"yoy, for the inforrri-"atidrr df lvnf Lbrds' C^mmillioaers' of the Admiralty,, t-hata 011 Sfladay morning! the a8th inft.�I obferv^d a fufpicious fchooner betweeri, three and fdur.leagues S. W. of Yarleigh} to which I gave Cha'cei; at teri, a"t"ter firing five or fix chace guns,* file ftru/ik ; on boarding found her to be* , . ..     ,-Le-CorfairL'^ingbbrab, of . ten-carriage'guas x.MOT�ERBy^^^DgALd,DICTIONARy,^^ /wivels,; viz. eight thr.ee poupdc^ ''      of General Repository of Phytic. 'JH,up.tfat�d with Thirty six .Copper plates, In one large Volume Folio, Price al. 12s. 6d. bound. The -Fourth-Edition, with considerable Additions.     , By GEORGE WALL'S,. M.D.S. M.S. 1 2. THE A'RT'-OF PREVENTING DISEASES, and restoring Hfialfh,. founded on Rational Principles, and a'dapiedto persons of every capacity.   In this Work, hot only the Use-s,cf particular Medicines are pointed out, but also the Modes of Application j whereby all the dangerous consequencesihay'be avoided; and to-whipb is prefixed an explanatory Preface, with a copious Index of Reterence, and the meaning of all technical ternis.        ' : By GEORGE WALL1S, M.D.S. M.S. In One very large Volume, 8vo. Price 73. 6cl. bound. The Second Edition, With considerable Alterations and Additions. 3. Dr, WALLIS'S ESSAY ON THE GOUT, , Price.4s. s-,wed. . � Lately pSbHshed, In Oflavo, price Two ShiHings and Sixpepcef PRACTICAL ESSAYS and REMARKS ;on-that species of,r0o7is:nmpwbn incident to Youthj and the.rfiffecent Sca^e^. inti^^r.- commonly called TABBS, D0RSAL1S, with *an 'account of'th'e na'ture, causeVj and cure of that Distemper, and. the manner it affects and destroys the finest funiiions pf the Animal CEcp-nomy. '. . .    1 To which a'e added, histories of singular Cases-occur-' ring in practice during the last ten years, and tho mode of treatment found successful in their Cures. By ST. JOHJ3 NEALE, . ." Fellow of the Royal Acadtmy of Surgery in Paris,'and Surgeon, in London; :orme;iy Surgeon-Major ;o the fifth Regiment 
                            

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