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   Morning Post Gazetteer (Newspaper) - December 19, 1798, London, Middlesex                                No� 9345. g^''"- "'V" WEDNESDAY* JQecemWr i9; 1798. Price in 1783,  -  -Taxed,-hy Mn PITT* Price 6V* THIS PRESENT EVENING Their Majesties Servants will act a Comedy, caMed ,   '      LOVE MAKES A MAN. Antonfo, Mr. Dowtoiu, Cluririo, JWfc. BoHi&s�1V!b*th j Bon Lewis, Mr. Suett; Carlos, Mr. BarrVmore; ClbdibL Mr. R, tinier 1 Sancho, \ftff. Watheo WgU�ieur,riMr( Wewittcrj Governor, Mr. Packerj Don Doaru'Mr. Midi dleton} Don Manuel, Mr.CaoJftsldj Priest, Mr. Spirits ; Lawyer, Mr. Surmont. Louisa, Mrs, Powell} Angeliaat Miss Me Don; Elvira, Miss Heard. To which wit! be ad&d (ra^b tinttlanew Musical Drama, "in two aets, called THE CAPTIVE OF SMLBVRG. The Music entirely new by Dussek. VjTah new c�nery, Dresses, end Decorations. . The-Ooors to he opened at Hat/ past Five, and the P|ay to begin at "Hatf after Six. By Command of Their MAJESTIES, THEATRE ROYAL, COVE NT-GAR DEM. THIS PRESENT EVi^ING will ba pre. aemed a New Comedy in five acts, called "laugh When yqu can. The., principal -JC^arafei^byi^fc^^^M*., Mr. Mujjden, Mr..fawce�, Mirt.QjJbert, MivT-c Mr. WhiBieldv'M*. Thompson, Mr- SirfWons, Mr^Wiiae, Mr. Afebpr,. M&  Cutties, gMr. Mrs. Pope, Mrs. Gibbs, Mi|s Manse!, and Mrs. Mattocks.. With new Scenes arid Dresses. The Prologue t# be apoken-by Mr. Holman. And the Epilogue by Mrs, Pope. After which, by Command (7th time] a new Grand Heroic Romance, in three acts, called ALBERf and adelaide; Or, THE VICTIM OF CONSTANCY. (Taken from the German..) With entire new Scenes, Machinery, corations. JAMES UPTON's CREDITORS ; ? {'< ^ntt-E CrtsditofS of James Upton, late of Jfc Richmond, in the county of Surrey, Coach-maker* deceased (who have not already delivered in their accounts to his executors), are requested to send the sarrte l^forfitbo tit day of January. �text, to Mr. William' Smith, ' Cfwrch-yaFd�,Ric^inorid^Sqrrey, Solicitor to the *aid ex-, ecutors,' or they;vj!i}J be preceded froa* receiving a.dixi-dend of the said James Upton's estate ; and all persons Indebted to the �aW estate -are- desired to pay the same forth-: with tQ the said William Smith,        . .        .....   ~- - This Day is-PuWished, r 1 y lit Ont Volume, prici fs. Sewed, THE SACRED HISTORY of the LIFE ot JESUS CHRIST, illustrative of the Harmony o| the Four Evangelists. To which is added, an. .Index of Parallel Passages. .  -.-   .1 -�<��- By the Rev. THQM.AS HARWOQD, Masterof Lichfield School, and late of University College, Oxford-' "�';  arty will be hel&flltftei'r Hoyfe.is LfadtnhalUJtreee, on Wednefdajl tht lytk of December ne^.at Eleven o'Ctock in the forenoon, for ike purj>ofe of declaring 4 Dividend from Midfummtr lift to CkTJftifits vexto .,i '   --c WILLIAJJ RAIH-SAV, Sec.. . sq. Dresses and De- 9. Alumni Etonemcs; ot,A CataU>gu�':oi the; Provost* and, FeUows nf Eton College, and Kong's ColW^i.C ;m-bridfe, won the-Foundation in 144^'to the ytar;lVgjf with an Account of their Lives and rVe^erments^colieciatl' from original MiS. and authentic Biographical Workfi.rf 4to. il. is. In a few days will be published, in two vols. ofta\ff>, Dedicated by permission t" fHe; Right "Hon* WILLIAM /       WIf PHf VM,   ' BIOGRAPHICAL MEMOJRS OS TfiE FRENCH REVOLUTION * -\ By JOHN ADOLPHUS,,F. S, A. Printed for T. Cadell, jun, and W. Davies, in theStrthB. PUBLIC ENTERTAINMENTS, The Company from Sadler's Wells, the Company from the Royal Cicpos, the C^'npao.y from the-Amphitheatre of Arts, aftd others. Fifty in number, are engaged at a very considerable expence for a few Nights only, under the direction of Mr. ASTLEY. Sen. and will make their Third appearance at the ROYALTY THEATRE, . �WELLCLOSE-SQJJ�RE, CQODM AN's.FIELDS, THIS PRESENT. EVENIN-G,  Dee.   19, and tvery Eyertuvg this Week only, in the fallowing numerous and pleasing Entertainments,, viz. A CTmiicP&ftVimeVcstfed � HARLEQUIN DANCING MASTER; Or, CILQWN IN..THE. SUDS.        / Pactomimical' afllon, musical, expression, &c. in which the three Companie* will as�ist� A grand operatic*! Dance, called THE ARCAD.ES Q,E *LQRA,   , In which the three Qompaeies will also assist. Thg extraordinary AmDsenfents of the wonderful POLANDER AND FAMILY. After which  Signior MARTlNELLI's pleasing-�id ingenious -        > v FANTOCCINI,   ,    . , $;fofn jthefTlve�tre Royal, Covent-Garden. Several performirtces with Chairs, TaWesi Boots, &d. on -       THE TIGHT-EldPE. Assisted by a1 most eminent Performer, on THE SLACK* ROPE.,, ,w,.   < la the course of the Evening will be giv*** ssveraj favourite comic, Songs, by eminent vocal P^tfjrmer^, Laclies aW Oentlemen, selefted froih rje thfW'&jinpantes.    1 The surprrsins; LEARNED HORSE, '   .   ^, 1 The only one thac everarriyed aUM  At the end of which, a most superb and brilliant ARABESQUE FIREWORK. " Curtain to rise at Seven precisely.  Second price at past Eight. A' This day is published, In tw� volumes, price 7s. in-b&ards. With a Portrait of the Author, a new edititm, considerably .    enlarged, ja? PCEMS,  chiefly in  the   Scottish   Diaka. By ROBERT BURNS". ... Printed e- ^.POEM^ifh Netes, ipnwin^ii^>n4!�ap^ and itr AWNlfMOUS AUTHOR; together-with at)e-t�nce of Dr. cEDDE^'*nd Mr. LEWIS, Awihotof The Monk, '�nd"^|5�sin'g the'Swoip^Praciices of time serving 1 R�rtewaaBi6r�ib1ie!ati"ns'.' -> ^i' f( . TrtMitttbr ^e?ti|tia plrfyfo^ tnrqogtf ffiij midlum ot original Anecdotes, Strictures�ii tjerprtsenrt rrtade;of educating and rearine the Youthful Min.d'" ' J -   -   .      De|lcM^('vMiapermiJss1oM & gye�ItrDVN�TERi E^.%X3EORGEMORLaND. ; '.flerice, *�^ri --,4' Aajdlft thought-A  Boy'g/*o^esft^* �-'[' ; ;    h THE AOB3�RS, Prthtetf for the Aathor,~4nd sold by H. D, Symcmds, Half- I .Caution. -..v,v DO hereby, kc^re, that. Mrs. MARY wells, who assumes the name of Mrs. SUMBtu, ^ has n^ A#k to tike or use my name> and that-1 wU) not pay any debt or debts contracted, *r whwh may be contracted, by Aer. ,     J. Sumbel. rrr Tfiis Day is published, In Thre&-YWomesemx;eii8�.in Bt�acd�> The Sixth^Edition of . NECDOTE& of thi LIFE iririJTMEnb! 3 l^e EARL of CHATHAM, with aR. fijs Speeohfs in r�rliament.   ' The extensive circulation and favourable reception whfch Lord Chatham's Lite has met with, are.so weli^nown* ic ifrnot necessary to repeat any of the many flattering testimonies^,approbation, with, which it has. befi^honoored. '* Printty for T.' N. Longman, and L. B. Seeley, Pater noster-tow- :    . ;o Of whom may be had, by the same Author, BIOGRAPHICAL, LIFERaftY, and^ POLITICAL ANECDOTES, oT several of the most EMINENT PER SONS of ttje present Age.   In 3 vols, price 18s. in boards. MACRLIN'S LOTTERY. POETSGALLER.Y, FLEET-STREET. T"WO capital PRINTSare^now r�ad}V a Pair(?f which, .will.be given to every Purchaser,of a Ticfeetln Macklin's Lottery, and will be delivered at the timethe purchase; is, made. Those Ladies and Gentlemen who -Have already1 purchased TicTceVs, may have, their Prints by sending for.them. To those that have not seen the Prints; it is necessary to say chcy are the size of Gene ral ~yf,oif% fengrawed: from Plttures paimed' by P. J. De Loutherbpurg and Mr. J. Laporte; the figures by F. Bar. tolozzi^ arid worth at least Three Guineas a Pair. The Tickets'being only Five Guineas eachj and the lowest Prize in the Lottery haying cpstDoe Hundred Guineas, and so onvup to Six Hundred, it must b,e obvious to every one that the Lottery is not only the most pieas.ijit, but the roost advantageous that ever came before the Public, The Collection of Pictures alone �ost Mr. Maeklia Twelve Thousand Guineas, as proved"before both Houses of Parliament. The Lottery is grafted: on, and is to be drawn by, the next Eoglish Lottery, which commences early in February-next. Early Purchasers will have, the first Impressions'of the JPrints. MR. SWAINSON being returned to Town for the Winter,-and resuming his usual hours of �� Correspondence and Advice, begs leave to apprise his Pa� tients and. Frieddg, that he is at home for business, daily from ten-to one o'clock 1 and to remind them, however, efi fieacipus the. VEGETABLE SYRUP OF DE VELNOS may have been administered by general directions, yet experience continually instructs rum, that the reproduction of Health, in cases where the vyhole Constitution is affected by infection, by depraved fluids, and by diseased debilities, must be regulated by an attentive observation of the Effects of the Mtdicine. ... ., I^i all delicate and important Cases, where hereditary or acquired Diseases of the blood and humours have a tendency to Consumption, Epilepsy or Palsy, it may be of great importance to ascertain the powers producing' those Disev.,es, to proportion the degree of the Medicine to be applied, to favour its operation by auxiliaries, and to re-SuUte the diet of the Patients The Medicine is sold at No, 41, Frith street, atn�. 6d. Per bottlej and by Mr. Swainson's appointment, at Mr. Atkinson's, Chymist and Druggist,No. 196, Bishopsgate-atrtet Without; by Mr. Ridgway, York street, St. James's quare 5 Mr. Grindle, Chymist and Druggist, to his Royal Highness the Prince of Wiles, No. z, Haymarketj Mr, wadc, No. 1 j. QidBond-swevti and Mr, Wsrd,N�. 384, . This Day were published,    -In Three Vols. 8vo. Price 18s. in Boards, BIOGRAPHICAL, LITERARY, anH POLITICAL ANECDOTESjpftseveral of.the MOST EMINENT PERSONS of the .PRESENT AGE ; parti-pularly .thfijDukes of-Gtafton, Leeds, Dorset and Rutland j Lords Townsheni, Orford, Marchmont, MansfteJdj.Caai den, Templef-Nug^nfi and'Sackvjlle ; Bishop's bf'^Hereford and Qasory.}. Right Horn Geo*ge. Grenville, Charles Townshtnd; Sir James Caldwell, S* Grey Cooper, Sir" John'Dairy mple, Serjeant Adair, Dr. Franklin, and maoy others never before printed.    ,         . Bythe Author bf ANECDOTES of the late EARL of CHATHAM, Printed for T. N, * Longman, and LV B. Seefey, Paternos-er-row.. ,, ' {        rsi . ../;.;,; v-. The writers of the Monthly Kev-ew for last month say, " We cannot dismiss the*et flumes':witiiOtifr observing, that they contain a considerable portion of political information. The work will, by its discerning readers, becharac-terhed as highly interesting; and,it will prove particylarly so to ihosewho stillreniem�� the times"to Whicntbe anecdotes here recorded are referable. To.the future .historian also it will afford much assistance,by contributing, in many instances, towards the meansof information,?which, but for publications of this kind, might be utterly consigned to oblivion." Paternoster-row. � This Day    poblit>hed, Price js.-fi.d. sewed,      . SAINT ju CI EN, or IVigMOlR^ of a FA* > THER f from SheGermaa'of AUGUSTUS LA FONTAINE. � - . f �:].-h...'i6 ju. i- ' -     - . N. B. Twp other Trans^adon*,^ the ahos� Hrorte liave been anriobnited", one or Wtft of which are, Han gifted from the French Edition. - ' L f- Printed for Jos. Bell, No. rtf, Oxford^trfret, ianfl all other booksellers. TbisOay are.published, Ifl~five Volumes, Royal Quarto, Price Teh Guineas-in feesrtfo-i:   � -:.uv Embellished* wtth^hl-Jle'aCof 'the Awthoryiengraved by BifrnA, anil ^efit^vfo3 KoiibVed 'PortraUs and other1 W�i*�C:r;-..;;V^> : ;'-^r-:; '"v'-t- ^>:--V ) COMPLETE, ^atyd Un^m>iELtfTIO"N of tlie WOJRKAof *     L/Tv ..  /-�: HORATIO .WALPOUE.JBsrl    QRf 4&D*    iMerunrrt^esides .�rAS?�r*ady piAlislied; Aiy^iys y?o|iKS Hp�i^^.tmwBiii$e Together witb.tbft- Manusqrlpta inry^s^aVdagr^/A�lt!w tions, -Armbtat�n'^. Letters, fee Ac. �ft by. bJifcpxdshii for publicatioSr*': �> >5 Ki i: ��lfsJrn' ^ ^ mpto levwaj' PeVsW^WimBie^^^fe!, Ye*ti* tP l79Srfarmittg, itt tt�8�8^^^ entirely new  �     r.. j$. �*-�> ^ .fJvi!-*S*    , Phnfedv fottS.G. andi, Robinson,, Paternoster.row s aer>^Tlig(ilit^PSlfcMJfr./�'^     : >'   '        :,; ' #it^tillSfelNw*a't�iai�engraved^or retouched by Heath. �rev,.�!!>-A       '�-1 PAIwSH of CHR"!ST-CHURCH,>jipDiiESEi. "To irfASdNs'and SCAVENOtRS, h^ Cornrni{Soners for Pavihgj St.c, glirA - Notice, that they Will meet at the Sign of the Ten Bells, nearvSpkalflefds ChuH;h>:an FitfiAYj "the 4th day Of January 1,799, at ,E*urj.d'lGkK:k-in the Afternoon, td receive Proposals and cofttrajSl for putting into good^repajf' th& Fctot.Pavevnpnt 5ft-c�+*f�i Sffc'cts aHd Places paved vbder  Paris*ij and fopkeeping,-the^amein:repair for tht terit* Of seyJM yea'r> from the 25th of Dec. 1^98. And^-^'-'fdr eleansing the safd J?arish for  'ne or more yeaif 0? yeaifi^trbmthe said astft bf Dec. 1798,-or fw-�uch other spaqtfflf time as shall fee then.and there agreed upon. Thri^^raorS to give security to the satisfaction bf the CtoMmiaaioners- for the -performance of their respective CUJoVacts; and Pa^tipularsi in, ttte >meaiv tiibe, may bd known by applyingat,i he Clerk's Office, No. i, Red Lion-cocrt.Spitalflelds; or toHobtrt OHSAV: MAIfc,HeSrer^ Everiin| at .,Jli$h^&1^~-�-i   � - v' � - ' Vi* I.... '^ElRBt0%%..l*;0t ALiM A LL� Monday, Wedaeta*y> LUDJfAQWRWfALiM AIL, Tuefday, Thurfi|ay, and. fsm&r^m^ >*'    ...  .      . -^   O-YAL 'M Alt-Si ev�ry Evening at Seven 3 v-4   '. - � - '' ',' ^TET^RYjand FARRI^NGDOM. fiver* fcvenmgat ,even and Eighty, -hi: Seven Hours, Th/^Paj:..is,,pjiWis|jed, N0..IV. Prife.ios.6d. of  . ^iCQLLEC^IONrior Plan*�ainrJi'Elevationi [Of Modem Buildings, public and private, erected in ./Britairr by fnejtfost celebrated Architects.     ,   one every Six Sfimths,ve6htainlrfgi "seven. Plates, hajjdsomejy printed on Imperial Paperi* with Desoripfronsj and: will form a Supplement to.the|rTiHruviu�LBritapnicusj . U� r-tU ci. ,  - CjHE^TRR^'i?AR KSA.TE tdffi&Pj&Mtkfttm o*?Befter� every Sthi-ia*|�a , Tfaurfday,Morning* at Six-alCla^k, i^fv^Hp^, Vtad Fria^^fternpons, at Four ted   LIVERPOOL GUTTA SALUTARIS. ANOTHERTROOF of its valuable Effea$ over every other advertised Medicine in the known world. To Dr. FREEMAN, Physician, No. 71, Hatton-garden, London. sir, JOHN'HULLETTi Pin-maker, No. 19, Dog and Bear Yard, ToolgyrStreec, was afflicted for a considerable time with a desperate Venereal Disorder, insomuch that it oc-.easioned'large,tumours in bis head and several parts of his -body, for whiclr he tried several medicines j was also a long time in St. Thomas's Hospital, where he was salivated for the disorder, but faund 00. benefit whatever. At length he was reduced to that state1, as to be totally disabled from following his employment; but, by talcing a few bottles of Do FREEMAN'S GUTTA SALUTARIS, is now so much recovered, as to be capable of following his business as usual. Any person doubtipg the above AitDnisbing.fiflE^ct of the GUTTA SALUTARIS; may receive every satisfaction, by applying to Mr. Hullett,as-above. Witness my hand, J. HULLETT. August 18, 1798. *-* It is prepared and sold, by the King's Royal Autho- 'in bottle's of i1.m. iis.6d. 58.5*. ��> 2s, od. each, rirv   ill OOtUCS OI  ll.-�s.  !�'"" 3- i-m -'     , ' �t 2?^neSU��-thePn>priet.r'.,1-Dr..FreefWO^ No. 7*. Hatton garden i Tutt and Bolton'* Rj>�lrB�hange* Mr Bacon's," No. �o, Oxford-street; P.ddmg s Med.- opposite the Pantheon Mr. Bacon's, No. 150, cine Warehouse, No. 70, ditto, .,jWml's No. 144.,-Holborn. � Tlw five 6�in� A� �e eq�aHo seveo guinea METALLIC'TRACTORS. i Second Edition, to-morrgw will be publisbjed, price ts. 6d. THE  INFLUENCE   OF   METALLIC TRACTORS in removing rheumatism, pleurisy, some gouty affecttofes. &c. &c. lately discovered by Dott�r Perkins, of North-America, and demonstrated in a series of exoerimtnts by Professors MEIGS, WOODWARD, ROGERS, &c. which opens a'new field bf inquiry in the modern science of Galvanism, or Animal Ele&riciry. By BENJAMIN DOUGLAS PERK.INS�!Ari.^f. Son*to thif Discoverer. , Printed for J. Johnson, No. 71, St. Paul's Church-yard j and Ogilvy and Son, No 3*5, Holborn. ; Where also may be, had, price *s. A View of PERfClNEAN-EL'ECTRlClTY ; or, an Inquiry into the Influence of Metallic Tractdrs, with an Ap^ pendix, containing a.variety of -experiments, by which the efficacy of this practice is fully ascertained. By CHARLES C. LANGWORTHY, Surgeon, of Bath. On the former-of these Pamphlets, the Publishers sub-jbin the lollowing observations trom the Medical and Chi-rurgical Review lor September and October, 1798. ' " No inconsideraVle degree of importance attaches to this subject. The testimonies adduced in support of the Tractors are at least honourable, if not decisive. Many of them come from persons not of the metrical profession, but who, nevertheless, 'see.-n competent on the present occasion ; for the.subject is for the most part an appeal to the common senses,. Others of the facts are vouched for by members of the*medical profession of hi^h and distinguished character. - Unquestionably, if there be no error or misconception of facts, the importance of. the discovery is great indeed.. Whete the proofs are so many>. and so strong, it would be unreasonable to question them on any } other grounds than cautious and fair experiments." For further accounts of this interesting Work, see the Analytical Review, the Monthly and Philosophical Magazines, &c. ' N. B. The METALLIC-TRACTORS, accompanied with plain direttiom, rendering die mode of application perfectly intelligible to every capacity, may now be tod of Air. Perkin8,~No. 18, Leicester-square, at nve guineas per set.. Hours of Attendance^at hoine .from, nine to two o'clock every day.  Patients abroa3 visited afterwards. The Tractors may also be had of Meist*. cgilvy and ~Soji, Bogfcselle>S( Hoi born. COAC^tfird'iE'h NamptwiQh, Stafford, Litchfield,.Tam-wtothT'Afntr#ori�f ahrj ^qrtharrrp'ton, every .Sunday, ruefd�y> -and ^utfdiyMbhwn^, ,at-Sifco'clock. *-  . .CHBSXEiU ,, PARylfGATEfi fthd L!^ E&PQOb C^aCH, tTir^ugh_Whiteth^clif.^ewpoit,ix1xACjpyen-'ttffr' eveVy^VIonday^ Wlaneftla'y', and Frmay Afternoon, at-Fout^'CIoclo        V- ;v r"*y c 1 * ' , SHREW^BURYaAd NORTH WAiES^BtW COACH, called the SOCIABLE^ through 5hjfnal, JYplyerhainp^oa, Walfall, BirrairigKam, ^ivd Coventry, everyjMonday, Wed-nefday,"and. Friday Mbrniag'; at beyen O'CIdck, the otily djfe^CoacJj:wi^the Mail from Londoii �>"SatewfbQfy. ' WOLVERHAMPTON,, ,WALSALLf B1RM l-NG-HAM^and^QVENTRY CQACHES, every Afternoon s,t ToiiH Except S"*ftirday.''v . BIR�WN�HA!vI POST blOACH ib.fwo Diys, thfo* Henly,-flei9ptat Oxford^and arrive early iiext Evehirrg. HULL,-. LLNCOLNV SLEAFOR'D, and PETERBOROUGH COACH, evejy Afternoon at Eourp'Clock, except Sartirday. ''."",. ...    . -     � OXEORD SEW LONG COACH called the Sociable, through Henly, every Morning at Seven. EXETER POST-COACH, in Two Days, by way of Bath.jevery Mornjna.at Eeur o'clock, fleep at Bath, and arrive early next Evening,..., '    . ... BAfk"AND';&RVsTbL .�X^EDITlOU'i-POST-coAOHES^every Mor^trrg-at'fcfor o'clock, and Evening a|5lx,kto Bathih F^?feSn4*>urs�- :  -       ' v SOUTlHA�-PT0N* WINCHESTER, andBASINO-SYOKE'ROYAL. PATENT COACH^ every Morning at -Five.   - *"      "   '        '? SOUTHAJUPTONi WINCHESTER arid BASINGSTOKE POST �Q ACH, every Morning a: Halfcpaft Six. .   PORTSMOUTH"ajjd'QOSPORT COACHES every Morning and Evening at-Jive. DOjVJiR, DEAL� MARGATE, RAMSGATE, and CANTERBURY QQA^CHES, every Morning at Pivet and Evening at H|dfr3aft Six. DOVER, DEAL, MARGATE. RAMSGATE, C<1N-TERBURYi.aRd ROCHESTER POST-CO^GHESand PILIGENCES; everyMorhing ^st Rvjft;,and- extra Carriages of every Defcription for Families or Parties* at any Hour; �.";-.' , CHICHESTER.. M-IDHU.^STi and HASLE-MERE COACH, every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday Morning at Seven. BRIGHTON, LEWES* and EAST GRINSTEAD COACHES*;-^ery. Morniniat Sev'enV^exeept Sunday. BRIJGil'rO^i-CUCKFLf LA�Wd RY�GATE POST COACHES-, every Morpine.3*.Eight-         �-'   B RIGH"PON"wNIGHT OOACH fefs out at-Jen. EAST EOtiRNE COACB, every ^uefday. Jhurfday, and Saturday Morning, at Six'K    ' , WORTHING.CLAPHAM CAMP, andf^EEYNlNG NEW COACH, Monday, Vifrdnefday, ^adjfjday Morn-ng, at Seven.    �       �     .       ,   . t HORSHAM ancf. HOfRSHAM BAR RACKS. -NEW: COACH every Morning,;al Seven, except Sunday. TU N 3 R ID G E WL,LS, TU N B R1D G B, apd-S EV E N o'A'KS COACHES, every Morning at Eight, exrept Sunday. " "s  '''"" BROMPmNi CHATHAM, ROCHESTER, and GRAVESENDi POST-CQACHES^prMACH/M ES, every Morning at Fiye and Nine, Half paft Oneat Noon, and Half pa* SiXi'n the Evening.   . .       , GUILDFORDand.GODALMIN COAOHES, daily. MAIDSTONE, MALLING.& WROTHAM COACH Tuefday, Tfaurfday, and Sauirday Morning at- Nire. WINDSOR and ETON COACH ES-, twicea Day. DQRKING��EA1,HBRHE AD, EPSOM, &EWELL COACHES, every Morning and Afternoons LALEjiAM, ASHFORD and FELTHAM COACH, every Afternoon arTwo o'clock. HAMPTON-COURT, WOOLWICH, GREENWICH*. MfTCHAM, DEPTFORD, ELTHAM, &c. COACHES, Daily.       -   .   . , No Paskage whatever of more than Five Pounds Value, will ae accounted for if - Loft dr Damaged, unless the Value is fpecified.when delivered to-the above Orlice, oi Agents in the different Parts of the Kingdom. G6V.tt.vi*. av/Ui. ioN a^nd Co,   

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