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   Morning Star (Newspaper) - September 28, 1789, London, Middlesex                                MOW.DAT, ' September 2% 1789, [Price threepence Halfpenny only. THEATRtkROTAZ (WEfcP-GJRDgN*   i R^tiAR<HE .THIRD. ., King Richard,. "Mi-.'Harl �y ; (From tb� Theatre Royal, Norwich, being bis fecond ap- '~Km|.Hent7,Mr. Ai;ckin; :; -  7v >. I^kingrram,4Mf. Farren; .-. .-; ^tapley} MriFawEi;' Pr,incp Ed\yat4, Mrs, ^Trji^E,;. .   ' ,   ,"k ^L�MMayor,;Mr. Gardner ,   -  AndRictunond, Mr/HoLMAN. Lady Ame, MifsSruNtos; Duchjefs of York, Mrs. Plait; And the Queen, Mrs. Porz. ' - JLfter whichwhich v$l be performed.the laftnew. Com'c Romance, in three A�ts, calledj ;;�>-"- the:-Highland keel.        : T^:M�f�Lby Hwideh, Rizzio, Baehj Grecry, Cqrri, and Shield. 'M�Gilp3Dj Mr. Quick; '    ,   ' '-. .. Shelty, Mr. Edwin;         Serjeant Jack, Mr. Bannister.. Jenny, Mrs! Mountain; f~" And,Mpggy> Mrs* Martyr,    (Being their' Ffrlt Appearance in thole Characters.)   ~ Witha sew Scptqh-Overt^jicornpoifld'by Mr. Shield. On%ednefday.the CONSTANT C0UPLE,   : Traces for the boxes to be had of Mr. Brandon at the] A Theatre.'       Doors to be opened at half pad five, the performance to . begin at" lialf paft fix.- /; " REAL AN& UNQUESTIONABLE SECURITT, "\ .To, PURCHASERS of SHARES; w the PRESENT . ^ ENGLISH and IRISH STATE LOTTERIES. T Mt1: IsftC'HOLSON's STATE LOTTE-' ___RYffoFFICES,; Bank-lrreet, Corhhill,London j and Dajnerfbeet, Dublin, where the, Tickets in the above,; Lotteries are fold and divided in HALVES, QUARTERS' EIGHTHS, and SIXTEENTH SHARES, on his incomparable and rauchapproved Plan of, REAL AND. UNQUESTIONABLE SECURITY. ' *#* TheTTrilh' Lottery begins drawing the 12th of November next, and the Engljffc Lottery the 22d of February 1790.     * I : Moftmbney JEor the Frizes as fo'oh as drawn,        ; In .the.if ast Irish Lottery. J&^'NicHoLsoii fold the following Capital Prizes* BxJ�-23,4oi, idjOooli to Mr. James Taylor, ah eminent j halter on Tower-nil)^ for 7I. 15s. for which Mr. Tay-- lor' received in Englifh money, upwards of i8,oool. Thiiwas the. largelt prize ever-before obtained forlh'. fmall a rifk; alfo    , . fio. 28i342,apriz'r of K>,oool. to a gentleman in Dublin Ko. 1.7,025, a prize of 1,9,0001. to a gentleman?who dairy '  attendsthe IJankof England.  And,'.'. J&u So^jy-aprizeof5,0001.tt'ayoun*lady,nearEpfom, ia Surrey.     ,. :. ;v/-. 'S-i. �    � "   likewise rN the last english lottery, Ho. 46^676, a prize ok io,oodj. to Mr; Val. Hackee-. , *oN, mercer, in the Borough.    .        . �   'Belides.itiahy of 2,oooL ijoool and 500I. And in the lalt Twenty-five Lotteries, Capital Prizes to amount of ^  . : HALF A' MILLION 'OF MONEY.5     \ ' ' London^ Mtiy 25, 1789."' Received 'from Mr. Nicholson, the- 1'iim of N'ne TThouPindNihe Hiir.dred and Sixty-leveii Pounds Ten Shillings, being thefullrvalue of the Ticket No, 46,676, drawn a Prize of io,oool. which I purchaltd of him at his Office in Bank-itreet, the 16th January lair. �.9,96710 .        VAN. HACKLErOM, - No. 290, Borough; now of v'.. .-.,  Seven Oaks,-K.enr. YOUNG ASTLEY's EQUESTRIAN EXERCISES. '� NAVAL REVIEW AT PLYMOUTH, ASSAULT OF THE bASTILE, -    MODEL OF FARIS, &c. R 0 YAl G R 0 VSt A wo ASTLEY's AMPHITHEATRE, Westminjter-Crid'oe. ' irish scheme. " a. of- 205000I, . 2 2 ' 3 S to 3o 100 10,600 r IO.o00 5,000" 2,000 IjOOO 50b 100 20 � 10 �� 'A 10^754- Prices . 4�,oqo T^H615* Firft drawn-Ticket Ditto Nov. -i 6th1 Ditto, Nov^ 23d Ditto Nov. 30th Ditto Dec*�th Latt drawn Ticket ^ B V "3 ...0. enclis.h scheme. 1   of   25,000!. 2 2 3 5-15 3o too 20,000 10,000 C,000 1,000 500 10a ';.5� ,000 25 16,083 Prizes..    . 50,000 Tickets 1000I. FMt drawn ;Tickpt: i,oool. Lalt' drawn Ticket ;,oaol T h is Prefent . EVENING^ September 28th, "a New Dance called, MONDAY, . P"LAN OF REAL' SECliiOTT :.>SO TH,f purchase-is of sh.uuat �      V *. ' Mr. NICHOLSONV OFFICE. : The original Ticket from which every Share is iflued, is ^e'poHited with.#e Receiver-Geheral of his Majeily's Stamp Duties, and every-lhare isrftaniped. ;. The. Receipt for the "Ticket 'entitl^sffle 0&e-K.�eeper to receiye'it back it Three* .'"daysJa&'efijt&diawn, whe^ttlepubfec^avfenoofter'-fectt- ri'tybut the.O^rice-JK.eeper.^and on him alone.mult rely ' for payment.  ' ' ' " '':-�   ';.     . _ ^ ;   Mr. Nicholson depofits.in-the haflds �f an emiheht Banker every receipt delivered to iim ^>V;. the Bseceiver-"Qeritftai of-his-MSje'lly's Stamp Dutiesj and empowers "the Bankers- to receive the Tickets divided: by him- into Shares, which may be drawn Prizes, and to convert them into rfio--ncy, wluch will remain in their behd$ imtil demahded, or until twelve" months after the Lottery has finiflied draw-> ing. The;Banker's acknowledgment' for.tWs unqueltionable^ and reaf fecuHty will be ihewn to' every Purcbafer, by Which the molt cautious and timid will be-fatisfiedithatthey are .effeftually fecmed in that property which they m3y ac-uireby laying out' their money in-, the Lottery^ Jjs the' xlankers holdln their hands Government fecuritiq, �gr tliet fole purpofe ofi*ying tha fullamountof %11 Prize'svdfVided into Shares by Mr. Ni c ho l to from Ten P"ound> to Twenty Tlioufahd Pounds, jri tlie Iriflr -Lottery ;\ahd "fio-.n ;rTwenty Po.andsro Twenty-Five Thouland ;in;ttei�ng'Jfli ' Lottery.  . ^� Shc'cmes gratis,andletters{po(l pajd^dnrV afif^ered. THE VILLAGERS/ " Various Exerciies on HORSEBACK, By Pupils of both the ASTLEYS; And a ne\y mulical Piece, in three Acts, called, THE ROYAL NAVAL REVIEW AT PLYMOUTH,; or, DEVONSHIRE AND CORN WALL, LOYALTY, The above Piece foimded,on the lingular Events of the D*y His Majefly reviewed the Britiih Squadron at Plymouth. New Mulic by. Mr. Gemot,     .� The Paintings of Plymouth, and Dock, By Melfts^ LufiNO, Robertson, and Blackmore;. The fnaall Boatsby MeiTrs. Ca�anell- and Macsvid ; The Ships, compofingthe Britilli Squadron, by- other Artifts. The characters are as follow: Pilots, Meffrs. Henley, Birxe.t, and Connelr ; Female Rowers, MESt..WA.i._l.A.cK, . Mre...STEy_ens, Mrs.. W^c^ian;' �Mrs.JoHANNdT, Mrs. Sa4h*�**-s, and.Mi-s^H*'*ft,EVj;> Cockfwain, Mils Smith;     �'� '� - . -    -; .Devonfliire Farmer, Mr. Johannot ; Cornwall Farmer, Mr. Connell ; London Fop, Mr. Wallack. Seamen, Conntrvmen, Shipwrights, Bkcklmiths, Barbers, Src. "By the Relt of the Comjsnv. Commander of the Southampton, Mr.-AsTi.~ix.^ Sen. Commander of the Carnatick, Mr. Henley ; Conunaiidijr-og^lie Bellon-.i, Mr..GR 1 rrin ; T ; ".   Commander of the Director, Mf/wal lack; ;Commander of theGoliah, Monlieiur Ca'ba'n'ell,' fen.r ". Commander �f the.Bedford, 'Mordieur Pan-nel l ; Commander of th.e Hebe, Mr.-�Con nel 1. ; . Commander of the Cumberland, Mr. Johannot, And commander of the Orion, M/. Wood. -Belides a nuraberof Cutters and Boats. The whole forming the molt brilliant NAVAL SPECT-A-' CLE that'ever appearedoon'any Stage.- The' Vicws.taken'from the Back of Mount; Edcicvmb,e ."'.''"   to'-PLYMouTH Dock. Between the Acts .-..''. ROPE-DANCING,by Sig-Spinacuta;: The whole to conclude with An entire new and fplendid Spectacle,  . Founded on the Subject qf the FRENCH REVOLUTION. FromSuNDAv the i?ih, to Wednesday the 15th of. 1 ' July, both days indulive, .' "Called, .        PARIS IN AN UPROAR; ,''��'':' "' : os,'-  THE DESTRUCTION of THE RASTILE. Dilplaying one of the; grandelt and m9ft Extraordinary  ^       Entertainments that ever appeared,� '       GRbUNDED OS AUTHENTIC facts.  .. With a raoftbeiautifu|Rejjrefentationpf the. PALAIS ROYALE,     -.Dirplaying the.differeht Buildings, Cofifee-houfes^ fee. fo much the fubjefti of ,th?r public Priirts. ^pcl,'uiorder to^giy,e a more eonfpicupus: aMjuft ideapfj -.^iif'-'-        the City or paris,   - 1 A  GRAND'maDEL, � .'" On an extraordinary, large Scale, " Will conclude the whole. ;'.        The Muficcompiledfrpb the FkENCHi The^uffifotmpT thfrGovkR-nor^, Major, Garde C*i c fctiNELt.^ .aud.ieAKD^FfcANcoisE'; EmIlems US Liberty,. &:c. taken pn the Spot.. .;'."''' TheTvhpjc tpcpoplude with a'New Pantomime, (8th timeV ' '     HARLEQUIN's CHOICE of THE BEAUTIES OF THE WORLD. With ftlendid Scenery, Machinery, &c. Harlequin, Mr. Jenkinfon; Columbine, Mrs; Stevens Alia, Mrs. .Saunders-, Africa, Mrs. Croflrnan- Ame-Europe, Mrs. Wallack; 'down, . ROYAL CIRCUS, Sr.. GEORGE'S' FIELDS. For the Benefit op Mr. PALMER. , Africa, tica, Mrs. Johahribt;' " Mr. Johannot. Doors to be opened at half paft FIVE, and to begin at half pait SIX prccifely.   � Boxes 35.   Pk2s.   Gal. is.   Side Gal. 6d,   " ' Places for the Boxes to betaken of Mr. Smith, at the :: j' ' .     Afflphitlieatre.  - �    ..:> N. B. Ladies and Gentlemen jnfttu&cd to ride,-and Horfes" broke for the Road or Field." THIS EVENING, SEPTEMBER the 28th, I789- Mr. Palmer will have the honour to -prefent the Public ~-         his Varied Entertainment of AS YOU LIKE IT. ' In whieh every tafte will b&confulted. bastile. FEATS OF HORSEMANSHIP, By^HUGHES andhis inimitable PUPILS. To vvluchwill.be. added, A. new Pantomimic-Entertainment, called THE DESERTER OF NAPLES : Or, ROYAL CLEMENCY. Under te direction of Mr, Palmer. The Airs, Duets, and Choruffes,compofedby Mr.^RzEVE Thp Overture and the reft of the Mufic by Mo'nsigny, Philidore, &c. Deferter, Mr. Palmer.* � '� Drmnken-Corporal, Mr. Follet, Jun. . Simkin, Mr. Mappl.es; And Louila, Mad. Ferrer.e. Towhieb will be added (for. the; 42d night) an entire new and fplendid Entertainment, founded on the fubjeft of the. French Revolution, called THE TRIUMPH OF LIBERTY; Or, The DESTRUCTION OF THE BASTILE. ;   (With ionfiderable alterations ahd additions,) The-Speech dilivered July 29^ to the Ftench Troops, by Monf. Moreau de St. M|rry, on the Deitruction-of the Baftile,. by Mr. Palmer : Exhibiting .one of the grandeft.and moltmterejting Spectaclesthat ever engaged the Feelings of Mankind; in eluding, amdngft a Variety of other Itriking Matters incident-td the Event, the Whole of the Plan, Attack, Storming, Capture, and Demolition of that horrid Sepulchre of .people,;, the . Basti l e-The dreadful Mafiacre "of the. iOitiz^hiHhat firft paftthe Draw b r i d g e,-The Execution; of the Governor and Major-The Whole of the 1'everal ^/luitary'ENOAGEMENTs, and Processions on that and other Occafions; together with the Proceedings that gave Freedom to the Empire df France. IntheCourfe of the.Reprefentation, the following Difplay of SCENERY, painted on Purpofe &r the Piece, /        By Mr.CA-PON,      -'t � A Grand Perfpective View of The POrNT N.EUF, in PARIS, With the E^ueitrian Statue of Henry Ylt ~ .     .. '.*!' A'View^ofiheOetfldedf the '    ? '. BASTILE, anrfpRAW-BRIDGE. A Pifturefque Vie\v of the Infide of the -     '/ -''.     BASTILE, With the various iDftrumentsi of Torture; the different-, Grating Dungeons, and,Cells, from.whjch the feverali; miferable Objects made their Emancipation. -  �"      A View of the Entnnke to the PLACE DE DAUEHJN, ne?.r tlie POINT NEUFi .....The whole to canclude with BRITANNIA feated in her Tr 1 umphal Carr,  Supporting two grand Tranfparent Portraits of � Tie KING and Queen of GREAT BRITAIN.    ' Tlie �t/Iufie compiled from tlie moft eminent French Maf ters, and Songs and Recitatives compofed by Mr. CHAPMAN. , Henry Du-Bois, Mr. Mi ell ; . Mxquis de Launayj Governor.of the BalHle, Mr. Lowe.;; Major Puget,  Mil Grover; - -'A , >    Marquis de..la.Faylette,.!Mrf Holland ; dou.nt V-idoni,   Mr. Follet, Junior; - , ' Grand Baillie, Mr. Ma l l et ; Matilda's Father, Mr. Maftles ; Heraldj Mr; Dyke.   : Britannia, MrsvC> a r e e ; And Matilda, Mrs. Leffler. Guards, Militia, Citizens, Villagers, Executioners, &c. The whole to conchtdeAvith a Grandj Tragic, Comic, Panto-; muwc Entertainment (never performed there), called ^   DON JUAN;     :.: lo Or-, The LIBERTINE DESTROYED. With new Dreffes, Scenery, Machinery, and other Deco^,] � .'-�...'�' rations.' '    The Sceuery defigned and 'executed by Mr. Capon ; The Airs compofed.by Mri.REEVEi -   Don Juan, Mr. Palmer; , . ' Commandant",'.'.Sig. Rossi;    '       ' ^Fernaiido,; Mr. Lowe ;".   .  1    '.':' - Antonio,>Mr. Grover; j    .t t .;;Felix; Mr. Burt~;     ^ ,&?ryants,Miy-M> p i. e�, Mr. D y k� , -Mis. Sc h^Tc h a blc^�| -  and Mr. Poe ;      . . '"   r Alguiziles, Mr. Evans, Mr.Hardy, and Mr. Bahton ; -Fftherarcn, Mr.' Whitmill ;    >���� Sailors, Mr. Atkins, Mr. Bond, Mr. Willoughby. andMr.odwell; ������      AftdScaamouch,"Mr. Follet, Jun.    ' Attendants, Mrs. Mapples, and Mifs Birt ; Donna Anna,. Madam. Foozzr. yocal JParts. by Mr. Bond, Mr^ Atkins, Mr. Odwell, . 'i#r. WUloughby, -Mifi Cemmitt, aud Mrs. LefHer: The Dances by Monf. Ferrere, Mr. Holland, Madame ; - 1 Fouzzi, and Madame Ferrere.-In the Pantomime will ixtroduced a Fandamco Dance To conclude with a Shower of Fire. The doors to be opened at half paft. five, to begin at half .paftfixprecifely. - -   ;  ; r Bqx  To prevent confufion, Ladies.and Gentlemen'ai-e earneftly-: regueited to fend their fervants er.rly to kes'p"places. On .. account of .the exceeding and uneommo'npreffhre of company -at. ths CircuSj' every Evening. ThVPflblic. are moft refpeftfully informed,, that temporary fbrrtis ar6 proyided in tlie ride, for the accommodation of the  public..   � "r. ' -. N. B. The different roads to the Theatre arc w�U%fted| Tf."       >vatFh^'fttrhe wnter,ieafon� x ], ''"'-'Si Tickets'to-bB- tod af tne: Cfrcus eofiee'-houfe, i&MSMm Re?d, at the Stage Door where plsces for th> BoK�s*l may be taken. .      ;: :, 1, STAMP-OFFICE. . -      To the Public.' ~ WHEREAS all dealing ik^hVeXOTfERY, otherwife than by-whole Tickets, or fuch Shares thereof, as are previously I tamped at the Stamp-Office in London, with the Die, containing- the >words, u State Lottery, Stamp-Office^" is wholly prohibited by law, and the parties offending liable .to fine and imprifonment: The public are hereby cautioned againffpurchafing any illegal Chances, Shares, or Agreements, under any.title, defcription, or denomination whatfoever, as all offenders will be profecuted with the utmoft-rigour of the law. T. WOOD, Infpeftor or* Lottery Offices. N. B. Unlicenfed Offices are not permitted to tramaft any Ifufinefs in the Lottery, in any manner whatever. GjRce. ef'Inspector o/"Lottery-Offices-, at the Stamp-Office-in London. � To the Public. IT Saving been the cuftom, for feveral years paft, for perfons unauthorifed by law to keep Offices for transacting bufinefs in the Lotteries, for victuallers and others to let rooms for taking infuranees prohibited bylaw, and for perfons to go about with books to colleft fuch infuranees, in direct violation of the ftatutes for preventing fuch evils, and to the great injury of the trading part of his-Majefty's fubjects.  Notice is hereby given, . That all keepers ofiinlicenced Offices, and every pef-fon acting, or affifting therein,' all victuallers and others letting rooms, for. tranfacting any Lottery Bulinefs- whatever, and all perfons going about with books to collect illegal infuranees, will be profecuted with the utmoft rigour of the law; and further, all victuallers who fhall be coll.. vidted of the before-mentioned offence, fhall be reported to the Mngiftratesj that their licenfes may not be renewed in future.-  . : . * - T. WOOD, Infpeftor of Lottery-Offices. STAMP OFFICE, LONDON. - �; ' � FIFTY GUINEAS REWARD. WHEREAS Henry Siiergoldt, alias Humphrey -Shercoi.d, alias Hccii Sheroold, late of LoTcftmA-lhezX, London, fjands" indifted in the county of Middlcfex for a fraud, 1 in unla%vfully felling '�'' a'certain paper^vritihgjrpartry pfiriredr and partly writ-u ten, purporting to be an acknowletlgmeht of holding in �. truft a part and fbare.of a-certain-Ticket in the Irifh il Lottery." Whoever will apprehend the faid Henry Shergold, alias- Humphrey She'rcold, alias Hugh Shercold, fliall^upon conviction, receive Fifty Guineas reward.. � . .   t   T.WOOD, I-vspector of Lottery Offices. . Office of Inspector of Lottery-Offices, at the �"  Stamp-Office, in London. ' "    "l O THE PUBLIC. WHEREAS Henry SHEivcoLD^-alias Humphrey Shercold-, alias-HucH Sif*JRonLD,' an unlicenfed Lottery-Office-keeper, .ftaiids indicted for a fraud in unlawfully felling a certain unftampt paper, purporting to be an acknowledgment of holding in truft a part and lhare of a certain Ticket in the Irifh. State-L6t-tery.^- Whoever maybe in poneflion of any fuch 1 nftampt papers, aTedefired to fend to-this Office an account of the Numbers thereof, and alfo what fum of money they may have paid for each, that the amount of the'frauds may be afcer^ tained, and the Offend* profecuted according to law. ,,. T. WOOD, . Infpeftor of Lottery-Offices./ Office of Inspector' of Lottery  Ofeices, at the Stamp Office, in London. T^THEREAS it arppea:? by an Advertifemerit fignedSHERcoLDandCo.as Proprietors ofan unlicenfed Lottery Office in Lombard-Street-That On* Hundred Guineas* Re ward will, be-given by them to any Perron of the name of SHEKc^n-^r^appear as the Owuor of that Office, by the name of Hugh, Henry, oe.Hhm-phrey She'rco'ld  and \Vhereas there is not any PefcfiJn of the name of .Shercold licenfed to deal "nlxnteiy Tickets, all Chances, Shares, or Agreements^fished She*-* oo'ld, "are therefife iHegal, and.nothhi^can be recovered thereon; Notice ,is Aore6y;'eiv^n.j|Q ^l^iufrs* Edntjers, Shop-keepers, and others their AgWJte whatever^ in tlie different; country Towns aad"dtjiefparts if fereat BrSfain, that all and e,v.erjr Peribnor ferfons who lhall be 5pund felling any, fuch,- or ifl^tfher; illegal Chances, Shares, or Agreements in thfe-Edt*ery^ fhall'jroftcuted %ith the utn�)ft pjour of Arc f.i^ftmQ all Juftices of the Peace, Mayors, Bailiffs, Conftanles^ Headboroughs, and otbpr Civil Oi%^fS-v;itl^vt']or^�eff>ective Jurif^dtions^ are ftriftlyvKq'vire^by.the'Aftqfi 27 �f his prefent Majdty �a 1. -W afe their'ntmofr endsavours to prevent thfr 4oia* njitting ^tjf ajnjt.^vlhs^ offences above-mentioned. -And the Public are hereby reqaefldd to give the'ir afftftanWjiby fendJflg-infermatioH to5 this office of the Perfons that may -be found offending a* aforefaiiv� .J .. ^\ t. * � T. WOOD, Infpeftor of Lattery Offict*.   

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