Morning Post Gazetteer, December 13, 1798

Morning Post Gazetteer

December 13, 1798

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Morning Post Gazetteer (Newspaper) - December 13, 1798, London, Middlesex mxm A h t V No- 9346. THURSDAY i December 13 1798. Price m 1783, - - 3d. I p � 6:1 THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY-LANE* THIS PRESENT EVENING their Ma-jesties Serv nts will a& a Comedy called THE WHEEL OF FORTUNE. Sir David Daw, Mr, R. Palmer; Governor Tempest, jtf D->wtsn ; Mr. Penruddock, Mr. Kerrikle ; Mr. Wood-viile, Mr. CautrVeld; Mr, SvdenHam,- Mr. BVrrymore ; Ciptain Woodvvlle, Mr. C. Kernhle; Weazle, Mr.Suett-Jtfrs. Woodville, Mrs- Powell 5 Emily Tempest, Miss Mellon / Jo which will be added ihe favourite dramatic Romance of LUE-BEA&D';  Or, FEMALE CURIOSITY. The scenery repainted, and the dresses and decorations entirely new. The music cbrhp sed by Mr; Kelly. Anomejiqu-? (B!ue-Beard>, Mr. Earrymarej Ibrahim, Mr. Suctr �; Sellm, Mr. Di^num ; Shacabac, Mr, Bannister, jun. 5 Hassan, For the BENEFIT of Mr,LACY. Mr. kACY, in soliciting the favour of his friends and die public ort this occasion takes this opportunity of rna~ king his acknowledgments for" this attention and support. AN OCCASIONAL ADDRESS'S Will be spoken \>y Mr, LACY. Further particulars will be advertised. Tickets to be had, and places taken of Mr. Rice* at the Hay-market Theatre ; and of Mr � Fosbrook/at tr^e Box-office of Drury-lane Theatre. 1 ADMIRAL LORD NELSON'S VICTORY. Lloyd's Coffee house, Dec. ia, 179S. HE Committee for managing the Subfcrip- tron raising for the Relief of the Sufferers in the glorious Aclioo off the Coasr of Egypt, being unanimously Of opinion that the wounded Men and Families of the killed in the second acYiori of tru Leander in the Mediterranean should participate in the Subscription now raising -A General Meeting of the Subscribers is requested tc be held at this house on Friday the 21st instant, at Twelve o'clock precisely, when the Resolution-of the Committee Will be submitted to their co;isiderari Or;, WINE DOES WONDERS. � - .-u The Scenes, Music, Machinery, Dresses, and Decorations, are all errhcly new. The Music cusnpesed fey Mr* Mazzinght and Mr. J(eeve# Aj 1 he end of *\�i II. A RETURN FROM A TiGiiR HUNT To.ihe Rajah's Paiace. After which will he performed, 15th time, anew Farce, in two adis. called * THE JEW AND THE DOCTOR. The principal Characters by Mr.. F^wcett, Mr. Knight, Mr. Murray, Mr. Emery, Mr. Mausel, "Mr. Farley. Miss Manse], Miss Leserve, and Mrs. Mattocks. SAiVS SOUCI. Bytfre Authority of the Ruhr Hon. the LORD CHAMBERLAIN, .THIS EVENING, the ijth December, ahri rtf^siowe^i Priie iri the Lottery having co*t One H^r^td:Gtim:&sui and so on up to Six Hundred; it must be*ohv1dui iqtvzrf one that the Lottery is not only the most pteaSirftj-'-Sfut th'e most advantageous that ever came before the Pubkc. iStJ Collection of Pictures alone eost Mr. Fvjacklin Tw^lvv^ Thousand Guineas, as proved before both Houses of Pair liamenb The Lottery is grafted .on^ and. is to be drawn b^y.tfid next English Lottery, wbich commences early in February next. -EarJy ?arqfa%&i,tf$'Wfrite firms' Imppoi'fiarstVoti a^trrtplc deHcaa a Mature, as "tc* Kc^ a pplioable TUNNEL UNDER THE THAMES. A the Recitation* T a Meeting of the Subscribers, held at Crown and Anchor Tavern in the Strand, on Friday the 7th of December, 1798, The Hon. JOHN THOMAS TOWNSHEND, M. P. in the Chair. Resolved, That the next Meeting te held at the London Tavern, on Friday the 14^ instant, at eleven o'clock in.the forenoon, when the attendance of persons willing to promote the undertaking is earnestly requested. That Plans of the Work, Copies of all former Resolutions and a List of Subscribers, be left for inspeftioo, anci further Subscriptions received ]\iJRS. SUMBEL, Ute> Mrs, WELLS, hav- XV JL ing received Subscriptions to a large amounr, for the Poblicajion of her LIFE, begs leave to inform the Public, that it will appear some time in February next. At the Bar of Lloyd's Coffee-house* THE AcJvertiler has 10,000!. ready to pay for an Advowson, or the next Presentation to a Living. Apply to Mr. Miller, George and Blue Boar, Holborn, London* PURSUITS OF LITERATURE. w Speedily wid be Publrshedt UPPLEMENT to the PROGRESS of SATIRE: containing Remark*on the Answer that has been attempted to be given to it. Aut Morus, aut Diaboiua. In rage and virulence no common elf, *'Tis sure M-s,or Old Nick himself! Printed for J Bell, No. 14?, Oxford-street 5 of whom may be had, The Progress of Satire, 2d Edition. ��d Gentry, #pWWest of Engl#tf: ''��Rsfyal Letters P^teripRbw _....., w^ela humidity, the rain t� run off its surface.without th^ieaat^ fef so the finest and thinnest C16ti% and remains Va l&tei*' the Cloth endunej. This Cfc^K Is (independent of th^ property of res^tmg -wet) e: . ^^J&^Sj:^'UM-. rc ' ' - ' . t DERED [email protected]^^f^v for Courti. 'YifeW CLOTHS, WBIS^l^v^ Morning and Altft^i neon Dress; Hgb^^^tfiMii^Afticlea'YorGreat^bat^.- Hp likewise makes up in the Kest manner LADlES HABITS. GREAT COATS, fcc* *M ^ill continue his yer? \&4 charges t6 those whachu^e %q p*y Ready Mofiey, bjt wKici they will find a considerable saving. No. log, NEW BOND STREET. , gan not The Public are requested to notice, that TUESDAY will ____ . a Night oi Performance during rhe Season; but that the Entertainments will be on MONDAYS, THUR5. DAYS, and SATURDAYS. Th-.s Oxy U Publistied, ki Nelson and Warren " The Corr.Mi Miners� Yo heave ho." � The Lady's Diary." �Thc *Vi^ Galiery " " Magnanimity." e� The Anchor-amitbi," ** Nancy." " True Courage." "Advice." The Tv l-r.tieth Num:--:r .f -L The Hietory of the-Stage." On Mj^^ndav next, fct The Temple of Fame," The Public are re^pccVuiiy informed that the TOUR TO THE LAMiTS END will be performed this Week,and the ntxtj after-which, it will be laid aside for some time, to revive the other various Entertainments of Sans Souci, wit1', t'.tose material Alterations and Improvement^ which were int'oduced iwo them in che Country, In this state WILL. OF THE WISP and CHRISTMAS GAMBOLS wi'l b^ performed on WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, and SA 1"URDAY, in the CHRISTMAS WEEK* And that Subscriptions be *Uo received at the Banking 0u8cs of - ' ' Mtssrs. Martin, Stones, and Foot, Lombard street. Messrs. Denne, Snow, and Co* Tempie-B3r. Mtssrs. Wright, and Co. Covent Garden At the several Banks at Maidstone, Rochester, and Chelmsford. And at the Office of Messrs. Evans and Son, Gravesend, Signed, at "the request of the Meeting. I. THOMAS TCWNSHEND, Chairman. DARN LEY. WM, TWISS, Lieut. Col, Royal Engineers. JOHN SCHANK., Capt. Royal Navy. THE RIDING - SCHOOL eftablifhed by Captain CARTER, Equerry to his late Royal Highness WILLIAM. Duke of CUMBERLANO, in Chapel-streett near the. Chapel, South Audley-street, Grosvenor- square, is open for the Season. No Entrance. Twelve Lessons any day convenient Twelve Lessons taken every otlier day Six Ltssons any day convenient Six Les&ons taken every other day Officers expeditiously qualified for the Cavalry. - 1 11 6  ' 1 12 6 BUONAPARTE'S INTERCEPTED CORRESPONDENCE. This Day are 'published) price 4s. 6d. With a Chart of Egypt, illustrative of the Operations of the French Arnly, COPIES of ORIGINAL LETTERS from the-ARMY of ENGLAND, of General BUONAPARTE in Egypt; intercepted by the Fleet under the Command of Admiral Lord NELSON. With an English Translation. Printed for J. Wright, opposite Old Bond-street, Piccadilly. M _ returned to Tovfti fbc^-V^inter^ atut rasurrfing hia usual hoori of pontilc for il. as. 6d. Duty included j so that Vhe Public rire nor sufferers. But in oi-Mer to facilitate the operatian, and^to lessen the b'.iru: of t!iis Aft, which would in great measure have pr-jvt: .1 Tax upon Benevolence, all the other.Medicines ate sjid to any ptiscn, purchasing half a dozfen.or Piles, Hysteric Com-p)ainr>, Apoplexy, and Palsy, is a radical and certain cure. This Medicine combines the essential and occult virtues of the most efficacious vegetables, ready dige&red, con-cocred, purified, and resolved into ah elegant Balsamic Essence, pleasing, to the taste, and gratefuji to the stomach. It files immediately to the heart* blends and assimilates wirh the venal and arterial blood, which it generates, cor-reels, warms, purifies, animat&s, and impels through the \ib(?le system. 1: cleanses the viscera* �nd glandular p^arts, particularly the lunsjs and kidneys; stimulates the fibres, whereby the gastric juice ard digestion are promoted j dissolves viscid humours, and expels infeSion. It exerts very-considerable erTedls on ihe jvhole nervous system, sensibly raises the pulse, strengthens the solids', and invigorates the \ anin>**-spirit6, when weakened or impaired by residence in hoc clirnates. It penetrates into the nv*st intimate parts, opens ttle mouths of the minuter vessels, Restores the natural perspiration, and promotes all the fluid secretions. In every stage of the abo^e dreadful maladi-'s, it is ?n absolute specific ; and as a PREVENTIVE, an ALTERATIVE, and a PURIFIER of the BLOOD, it haa not its equal in the world, and requires no argument to convince, more than a single trial. Sold in Jjctrlea of 7s. 6d. and 15s, each (duly included) with 'ample dire&ions, &c. by the Patentee, E.^S&jy, M.D. at h'S house, No. 40, New ftridge-street, near St. Paul's; Mr. Tutt, Royal Exchange 5 Mr. Piddings, facing the Pantheon, Oxford-street; Mr. Ward, High Holborn j Mr. Jordan, Whitechapel'i Mr. Verrall, .Postern Row, Tower Hill; Mr. Wye, Colsman-street j Mr. Clark, Borough; Mr. Forbes, Blackman-street $ Mr. Turtle, facing Exeter Change, in the Strand j Mr. Swiney^ Pall Mall J anib)[ all Printed for T. Cadell, jun. and W. Davies, Strand. Of whom may be had, by the translator of the above, Anew edition, being the third, of the Life of Lorenzo de Medici, called the Magnificent, elegantly printed in two volumes quarto, price al. as. in boards. This Day is published^ Elegantly printed in One Volume Quarto, and illustrated by Plares and Views engcave4 from original Drawings accurately taken on the spot, and a Sketch of the Geography of^the Troad, Price il. us. 6d. in Boards, (Dedicated by Permission to the MARQUIS of BUTE), CONSTANTINOPLE, ANTIENT and MODERN, with Excursions to che Shores and Islands ot the Archipelago and to the Troad. By JAMES DALL A WAY, M. B. F. S, A. Late Chaplain and Physician of the British Embassy to the Porte. Printed for T. Cadell, jun, and W. Davies, Strand. Atkinson's, Chymi&t and Drjg^ist^Noi 196, ^tshppsgattf* street Without j by Mr. Rtdgw^y, York street* St. Jarhes*i squatej Mr. Grindle, Chym'tstand Druggist, to his R'o'Jfaf Highness the Prince of Wales, No. 2. Haymarket 5 Mr. Wade, No. 13, Old Bondng practised^ .of sortie Persons having ordered considerable quantitiewf Boul.es ttf be made exactly similar ta tho^e of tris Chevalier, fedth Blue and White, with his Name, Arms, Moucr, &c; ikek which he presumes were inrended for Sale in theConntryt and for Exportation* The CiieyaH-^r, therefor/, in order,rd) dtteit so pernicious a Fraud, has requested his P.rierids iri America and the East ,I4dies, as well as jn .most of the. principal Continental .Towns, where the juat'eei^britjr ejf his incomparable Medicines has renderecl tbsm objecla of importance^ to do him the favoOr of �rbcurih�him Specimens of the different Articles vthick.are offered for Saltf urider the sanction of his Name, particularly notjng the Person of whom they are" purchased, by which means, he flatters himself that he 6hail be enabled tp trace this frau-riukm transaction to its source, and to do hknfeli and the Public justice, by exposing and prosecuting the Authors N,V Mr. QaldwelL of DttyiB^ias'-beaiife^n London lately, avlikewise Messrs. Spilsbury and Co. and have bought afew Boxes of Chevalier Ruspiuife Dentifrice ami PowcSer, for Sale in that Country. This Dayis published, Elegantly printed in Ten Volumes, with a ne*# Set of Plates engraved by Messrs. Bromley, Neagle, Skelcon, &e, from Drawings by Scothard, Price 2I. bound, A New Edition of Ch Uilers of Patent Medicines fHE WORKS Complete of LAWRENCE JL STERNE; Containing his TRISTRAM SHANDY* SENTIMENTAL JOURNEY THROUGH FRANCE AND ITALY i SERMONS; and LETTERS. With a Life-of the Author, written by himself. Printed for J. Johnson, G, G. and J. -Robinson, T. Secket, R. Baldwin, Hookham and Co. A. Strahan, W. Lowndes. G. Wilkie, Ogifvy and Son, J. Walker, J. Stock-dale, Lackington, Alien, and Co. T. N. Longman, Cadell and Davies, J. Nunn, R. Lea, Murray and Highley, and Jr Anderson* - Of whom may alsobe had, lately published, ILLUSTRATIONS of STERNE; with other- Esiays and Verses. By JOHN FERRIER, M, D# Inone Volume, printed uniformly with Sterne's Works, Five Shillings in Svvards. SPlLSBURY's ANTISCORBtXTtC QftO^S. j- l h TiH&excellence of.thatiaviltt&b^Medi^fi^ SPlLSBURY'a ANTISCORBUTIC DROPS ia played in the following wonderful cures : The. remarkable case of Mary Eadale, who t^ent crt crutcl^es, and was .diflrcliarged from Sr* Bartholomew's Hospital as incurable, was restored 10 her health bf th^es'e Drops, and WalkeeT without the assistance even of a stick. During thejcurethirty splinters of bone worked out.--Witness* Mr. Crojt� taylor* No. 65, -Fleet-street* London. Jonathan Robert*, of Wellington, Somersetshire, cured of, a scorbutic humour on his body by these Drops. The Rev, Mr.-Joshua Toulmin, and Mr. Joha Poole, printer^ both residents in Taunton, and Mr. Abraham Shorhnd, of Wellington, have attested the case. . A Geritlemanvresident in Barnswple, Devonshire, who for two years had laboured under a viojent Rheumatic Fever, was cured by taking eig*u five shilling bottles of these Drops.-Witness, Mr. March, bookseller, in Barnstaple. John Mitchell, at Mr. Glover's corn mills, Mituham* Surrey, Curea^Fa leprosy. Mr* William Barter, of Wooton, in Norfolk* near Burt-gay, ctjred of a bad scurvy.--Witness, James Sexton^ in Bungay* Suffolk. A private Gentleman,,at York, afltt&ed with the scurvy, gout, rheumatism, &c; cured by the -Drops.--- Witn�ssa W. Tesseyman, bookseller, in York. The remarkable case of the Son Of Jonathan and Mary Winn, of Pawlet, hear Bridgewater, Somerset, aged fourteen years, affiled with the scurvy from head to foot, cured by these Drops.--Witness, Richard Ody. - The extraordinary efficacy of the Drops dUplaved in the remarkable case of Thomas Oliver, of.Ma\ns-3outh�* wick, near Dumfries.- Attested by Philip Morten, Minister, Balaiagie; William tiunbar, eUkr, of Don* acore; Mr. William IngUs,surgeonand druggist, Dj:r�ir es. . The. �!>ove firops, by the King's PatemVare sola a cfia Dispensary in Sohcsquare, and by ail th- Vender* oi Pa- t^n? Aiedicinei >ri Great Briui tain jad Irtlaud, ;

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