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   Observer (Newspaper) - December 8, 1799, London, Middlesex                                JV0. 416/j S UND A Yi  December 8, 1799. -:v/<   [Pn'ce Six-Pence. DORCHESTER, BURTON, and RlNGWGOD ALES.-PEISLEY, Dealer'in Bottled,- Dorchester* -Bur-!.)._____I    A!___    f._   it.._____ -_�..:___..!______! T______A---   _      ._____ jjn, and Ringwood Ales, for Homo Consumption and Exportation, begs Jeave to.acquaint his Friends and.the Public in general, that he has purchased a Ur;c quantity TijOro tl>c"Uouritr? Breweries, which his Friends jnay depend Upoi/having'in\its genuine s'are, and wbichi he presumes jo assert will not fee exceeded .by any iu.Town.-Any quantity, not kss Than a Dozen, will be sent Carriage free to any part of the Town-Orders aiidiesicd'to him, at No. 13, Chapel-street, G'rosvenor-squarc, will be punctually attended to." _ APPRENTICE.-Wanted in a respectable House'of Business at the West *En3 Of the Town, a young Persian to the Millinery ^nd Fancy Dress-'mnking.   A Premium' will-, be cxpeCted- tor further particulars apply to T. C. No. 7, Mary-le-bone stieet, Goi-. dert-Sauare. QT. ANDREW's CHARITY-SCHOOL. Dec     1799. 0 WANTED an UPPER MISTRESS for the G1R LS' SCHOOL of fiit above Charity. Any honest, sober; industrious single^Vomau, a Protestant oi the Church ot England, who ran biing'suCicrcnt testimony'" of her ability and probity, may apply by letter, addressed ro Mr. William" Marsh, Treasurer, No. 33, Brdok-sfeet, H. Y\0 the LADIES.--BOOTS ai>d GAITERS, beiftg JL much worn,' the great Coiivenieude of which makes them become daily fa'shinnabte^-ft POOLE, Boit-irfi'ltcr, -begs leave to inform them be makes Ladies Boors, to lace, button, and draw- oil, to fit with the greatest exactness ; also makes Gaiters in the neatest mariner, of Cloth, Dog-skin, Spanish Leather, See, at his Boot Manufactory, the GrBa-i Boot, No. 141, in Long Acre, four 'doors from Sr. Mattiii'i-iane.---N. B. No; Ladies Shoes, mado or sold, .Orders only takeit fisr Boots and Gait CiS. Wo1 he .ISCOUNT.-Mr. NUGENT Mgs leaveto inform the Vuhuc, that he con'inuettodhcqiirit good Kills, and purchase vik.ht, Covent-Gardc'n, London, where it was ftr�t established, 'NeV 177^ - ThisSociety, having ratten- inco-eonsid$rarioti the rrtany.ineonv.eitiencies persons are put to by procuring Substitutes in the Supplementary Militia, have opened their. Books ta receive .Subscriptions, on the fallowing conditions: One Guinea only-from pe;and at th.e-usO.al receiving Houses.: f^m^l^Eti^^kT.^AXiVing;''with 'an ex- \S ccllent new HO'GSE^ Urrd^exterrsi've-GLEBE, situated in' a bcau-ti ijl ajid lian^uil'part if .Ireland ; ^the :EtnolUmuits urftju'e^tionably. se-' cured and paoituaHv .f>aid,-would, wirhahc qowj-ent of Patrons, bee*-, changed fur one in.-EngUnd.. Fo.r particulars apply bv letter, postpaid, to Mr. Cliailes Hi^vfitrd,*'ii5, St. Martin's-lane;' Charing-Cross. ~"61iNi^Fs.^ Thursday, _ Dsbcn�ber". rzthjj,wi!l..he publijihed, iivOnc very large Volume 410, eiegantiylprinted oti jSineyeripw wove Paper,,Price il. iis.'6d. in 'Boards, with 'a .I*refaeea"rid AppVndix by tne-Tra'tislaror, and a -copious Index  '(tho'Pl3^e^-'whTcb'?are;.crigr!�yed by imndficer, ^Miltisni Au.ker Spnih, �tya,tts, ajjo ji, Cbfike, ^omprcheud all jtjw*e gi.v.ei>. in ,th.e 01 iginal W01 kt with an�ddltio&tl View, now first published, of a'^kb'rate'd Turkish 2vlt(squ'e, >nrf frirt of tMDclta ;} TRAVELS  (by C.^S; �Spt*Ni;N^i,-^em,hef-of^e^eral.Scic�t.1fi.c and, Literat^ Societies^,and for-, merly-aii. Officer arid Engineer ui the, Fr'encH N^vy./' 'liltjstr'af'eitlby jn-gravirigs^omistirJ^--ofPdrtrarrts;" View's;' Ai'tt^iJitie's,' Plants?,'--' Animals! ike. 'draw.u.on the -sp,o:t,.tcndec the Authors- l.rispe^iton ; t-o which �is sub-jojneda Map ofjthe. Country. , Translatedi^i\^tra�pfi. Printed/or J. IJebVe.tt, opposite Burlingt'on-HbUie, PiccytlTy.'' VJ   _' -'-^--^-' 1    '  '" ' '-^-- '' 1      ' (-!"*^o, avoid'the trouble oi larWn'da'nct,' &c;.--'i' SoSsrit'otesatealsb provided* for people drawn in ariy.pa'rt of. the above fodr .CdunticS,' and proberly torwardejj ro.jheiv Begiiuent.-No Money taken tili the.proper Discharge is obtained,; nor any Letters received unless post paid. S~ OeBTYToFTHFRELlEF OF THE R�Uf TUilED POORv-i-The Rigju. Hon..'.Henry -Duudas, one-.o* His Majesty's Principal Secretaries' ot Stai�," President'-|u� published, th'ef Third Edition, with Additions'; price '�. A few General AVUm'^M *1H~ STRUCT1.0NS, very necessary to be attended-to by thoseiof BOTH SEXE3, who are aiHiftcd with RUPTTJREg.-By WUW*�;f URtf-XVLL, A. M- S�rgeon to the Eastern Dispensary and theSo'c'icfcy'for the Relief of the Ruptured Poor--Sold by j. .^Johnson; StV-PstfT'S'fchurW-Yard"; T. Boosey, Old Broad-street; J. .Wright, Piccadilly ; JVIurray^ and Highly, Fleet-sti-cct; and J. and A..Arch, Gracechurch-strcct- The Pro tits arising from the Sale of this Publication are appropriated to the Uses of the Charity. CADEMY FOR DANCING, ROLL's BUILDINGS, ^ , CHANCERY LANE.-Private To'ition.-Mr. tA\VLER' resptctftilly itifornis Ladies, and Gentlemen, that he continues to reach Aliiiuets,CQtillioi�,and Hprnpipes in the rwjsrelegant-Stile.- -,Mr. L-rr viU engage to compleat any Lady or'Gentleman in the English, Soorci, ind favourite Irish Country Dance Steps,for One Guinea; Stsps^nd-Ei-gUresTwo Guineas}Scotch Rcelslncludodb Ladiciand Geiirfemen:att.eiiring"woTtby their attention. Sold in Bottles of 2s. 3d. and in Bottles Xontaining the quantity, of four small ones, at 5s. 5^. duty included, by the'Pioprieror, Edward Complin, Chymist, N' , (from No. Bishopsgate Without); also'by Tu'tt and Bolton, Royal Exchange Gate ; Keir and Batt-ley,St. Paufs Church-yard ; Bir-kcrstatfand Go. No. 2.7: Aldgate ; Amick and Co.*Nd. 33, Haymarkct; Clarke, No. 269, Borough ; Mome,. Fleet-street; Wade, No. 13, Old Bond street; Hanby, No. 30, Piccadilly; Turtle, No. 127, and Scott, No. 417, Strand ; Pfdding, No. 76, Qxlord-strfcet j Wilson, Surry-road, Blackfriars; Ward. Holbiim ; Barrow, -No 216, tjjgh Hoiborn; and Spilsbury and Co Dublin.-Also may be had, Complin's Powder for cleansing and preserving the Teeth, price 2.s. per Box. A RCHER and HAUGHTON, Irish Poplin and Tal>- binet Manufadurers, and Mercers to Her Majesty, their Royal Highmssts the Prince and Princess of Wales, Duke and Duchess of York, the Duchess of.Wirtemoerg, and the Princesses, No. 8, Heurk-itu-stteet, Covent-Garden, London, have the honour to inform the Nobility and GenTy, that tneir House is extensively assorted with the much-admired IRISH POPLINS and TABBINETS. of the newest colours and figures; Sarsnets, plain, figured, and twilled ; all kind of Black Silks and Bom-bar.ines,With every, r-ther article tn the Mourning line, yaid wide; English Poplins, a superior kind, at 3s. 6d. per yard. The hxed money price is written on each article, f#om which nd abatement is ever made ; and should trie Goods not give the fullest saiisfrfCtton, they will betaken back, and the money returned Ladies own Worsted manufactured into Poplins and Tabbmets for Gowits or Furnitures. Merchants supplied lor exportation, to any amount. 1QREVENTIVE AGAINST FEVERS, &c.-COM- JJ; -PLIN's AROMATIC SPIRITS, of VINEGAR, is a Remedy for.the Head Ach, and prerj^ts Infections in Fevers, such as the Yellow Fever, Measles, Swall-pox, Putrid Feven, &c .&�,-Prepared and sold only, geouine, by E. Complin. Chymist, No. 41, Bishopsgate Within ; and by his appointment, at Tutt and Bolton's, Royal Exchange; Mr. Piddmg, No. 76, Oxford-street; Messrs. Bickerstaff aniCo. Aldgate; Amick and Co. No. 34, Haymarkct ; Swiny's, No. 21, Pall Mall ; Clarke, No. &09, Borough";' Mr. Ward, Hoiborn; Mr. Barrow, ^16, High. Hoiborn ; Mr- Turtle, No. 117, Strand, opposite Exeter Change ; Mr.Wadc, No. 13, Old Bo'nd-stveCt; Mrs. E. Newbery, Corner of St. Paul's Church-yard; - Messrs. Turner and Co. No. 13, Cornhill, and Blake, Pertumer, Park-street, Oxford-street, price as. 6d. per bottle.- WheTe also'may be had, the'Genuine Thiet'Vinegar-, pride c,s. a pint. AREHOUSE for HICKSON.'s PREPARED GOR- v . 'CONA A'NCHOVIES .or Toast, Sandwiches, &c. and genuine ESSENCE OF ANCHOVIES, Na. 170, Scrand, near Surry street,- The.approbation universally expressed hy tjiose who have favoured Wni. Hickson with a trial of the above, arc" their best .recommendation.- .JJQT.TJ& C^AIU^ of each in the highest stare of "perfection ;'also some exceedingly fine Welch dried Salmon.-STILTON CHEESES from the very best Dairies, in prime condition, arriving every week. Fine French and Spanish Olives, Capers, Parmasan Cheese, Russian Caviare, India Pickles, Preserved Gingen, Tamarinds, Sweetmeats, Bird Nests, Genuine Cayenne Pepper and Soy.-The. finest Sallaa Oil, and Spermaceti ditto for paK-wt lamps. Cases of the finest Sauces and Pickles; Hams, Tonnes, Durham Mustard, &c. &c-Shipping Orders executed Ui the best manner for^Ready Money .-POTTED SHRIMPS just arrivad. TO the LADIES.-It is presumed that, in the present ..Season, any article of Dress imparting a genial warmth, and possessing a-'peculiar elegance, must merit the attention of the Faik.- ISAAC NEWTON  respectfully submits to their inspection, a very choice supply of near Three Thousand Norwich Shawls, manufactured on a principle entirely new, which nearly equal the India in their silky softness, and, in regard to patterns, are allowed. by.the first adirireTs of Modern TasVe, absolutely to surpass them ; add to this, that their prices are far lower than any other House charges for the old make;   As a proof, N. Submits, the following ro the consideration �l the Ladies : Good ell-wide white, 3s.-fine do. with net.fringe, 49. 60.-superfine, yard arui half wldej with an elegant fringe, 7s.-rich white satin, worked, and fringe, RSi 6d:-and a capital assortment of a more expensive kind (long or . square);, particularly sorris rich, colour'd grourids, .such as purple, burgundy,, scarlet, mulberry, crimson, orange, yellow, green, &c. from Ten Shillings to Seven Guineas,--;-*To- 'describe their various be'au-. ties}i and p�int out the'rr several excellencies, would be far too long .for ,'an advertisement-suffice it  to  say,, that for Ladies   to be convinced, it is only necessary, to honour him with a call.---An envious opposition being set-up near him, La-Ji'-i will remark, that New -ton's is Ho. 14, Two Doors FRbM the Panorama, Leicester-.Sqjjajre.   Having recently purchased the Stock of a Bankrupt, N. is enabled to offer such Bargains in the Lincp wav that seldom meet the eye �'of'the Public: jOOoyarJs dark 'Ginghams, 8d.; those at 15c!. and-fSd. .worth nearly double the money-6^500 yaids Cambric and other Muslins (in remuaats^ and a little soiled), for less than half their original value- 7006 "yards printed Calicoes (patterns suited to the season) from i6d.-90 Vte'Cfcsof '"a'most curious make in "Cambric Muslin, far thicker than.the .sommon kind* and will retain their peculiar whiteness to flie last, i\. is. thc,drc5s,; and a narrower, width, suitable for Gentlemen's Neck Handkerchiefs, at3S.6d. the'square-those at .is." curiously fine ; with choice of aoo fashionable patterns in Fancy Mutliii-s, trom 1 to 10 guineas the dress.  Irish Ltner.j, Slieetiugs, Dimities, Table-Linen, &c. strikingly , cheap. TO the NOBILITY, GENTRY, and PUBLIC, especially to those afflicted with Rheumatisms, Rheumatic Gout,  Sciatica, Lumbago, Chilblains,�Numbnti6s, Palsy, Pains of the Stomach, -Flatulence, Indigestion, and other similar complaints, wh'lcV- (like the above) origiaate -in obstructed Circulation-..---The interesting Case'joi;Mrs. Clive, wife of Mr. Clive at Castle Donnington', Lcicestcr-stiire, Bailiff to    The EARL of MOI'RA, is respectfully presented/or perusal.-The original Letter, dated Sept. "with the Palsy for several years, and rendered, so helpless as to be to-" tally incapable of any kind of business. She was lately recommended �rt to try the effects of Whitehead's Patc"rit Essence of Mustard, and by u using.only a"few bottles and taking a few boxes, she is now completely V ijCureiL" la additiou to the above, a long Jist of tetters from persons -pf.fortuneand ehaiaClei-, who have recently experienced .its efficacy in cases of inveterate Rheumatisms, Lumbago, Numbness, Pains of the Stomach, .Sic. are1 constantly publishedm the daily papers; to them "we especially refer the afflicted or their frienrJs.- �^Peculiar-mode of Action.-Internally, The Pills operate by r>rom Ui;h, opposite the Suuthwirk Bank; and at Knight's, Castle^s.treetvWindsor; in moulded bottles, with thfcwords " Ncurctica'and' Pepticios TinCture, J-'-r the cure of Nervous, Bilious, and Gouty Disorders,'' engraved, and sealed with the Proprietor's Arms, at 10s. and 5s,5J. a bottic,-duiy included. . ----T-�?---^rr-        ' '' 1------r---^-:--1-       -�-- CANCERS ar.d WHITE SWELLINGS cured with-: out Cutting or Pain. -Sarah . CspsaY, 19 years of age, had a V. ilire.Swelluig in her knee three years; the leg was_contraited; so that-the foot Cffuld'not touch the ground ; the knee arid thigh were so extremely painful, that she could gc- no rest, night or day -, for the last twelve mouths she walked on rrutches. The Suigeons 01' St. Thomas's Hospital declared the knee-pan fraclu'icd in several places, and thejoint spongy and rotten, and that norhing cotuu save-her life but amputation, which she wruld most willingly have submitted to, had uot her mother insisted on bringing her to Mi.-ROOP, from whom she obtained a perfect, cure in 14 days; at the end of which tior>eshe:walked- 14 miles in one day, without assistance. SARAH CROSEY.-- Sivom-tbcfprcme,' at the Mansion-house, London, July 2, 1794, Paul Le Mes'urier,*] Mayor.-Mr. Bridgman, Tallow-chandler, New Road, Sr. George's, and Mr. Htilme, Carpenter, Tavistock-court, Covent Garden,..may be re-feTed to for the truth of the above.-Attendance Mondays and Fridays, from ten o'clock till one, at Iso. 16, George-itrect, York Buildings, Strand, London. Leuer* post paid duly answered, and Patients visited at a moderate e.\pence'.   Lists of Cures may be had gratis. OR GOUT, WIND, SPASMS, and PAINS in the} _   STOMACH 5-P,ALSY,' RHEUMATISM, and: DEBILITY, arising from AGE, or other Causes.-WALSH's GINGER SEEDS, recommended for Indigestion, Weakness, Pains, a'nd Cramp -iti the Stomach, arising from a too tree use of Tea, Wine, Ice, Fruit, and Spirits,' and in all cases where Gingeryer anv warm Medicine is necessary.- They are also serviceable in cold, flatulent, gouty,'rheumatic, a-nd paia-lytic complaints.-They will readily dissolve ^n any liquid, and are preferable to common Ginger, being freed from'the impurities, and' woody and fibrous parrs of the root. Thequantity of a tea-spoonful may bctakenatany time, cither alone and chewed, and gradually svvalloweci,. or dissolved in a cupful of tea, or a glass of wine, or wipe and water.-' -Prepared and sold oniy by F. C. Walsh', (inventor), arid Chemist :oi. his R^oyal Highness the Duke of York, No. ico, Strand, London, in Bottles, 2s 91I. each. FZARRO.-i-Under the Patronage of, alid JDedicaied, with. Permission, t  aha il. is. on delivery. , All the Prints will be coloured, and as no Pioofs are intended io;bcftakc,iv off, early Subscribers will have a superior advantage in the .first' impression. Subscriptions are received by Edward Ormc, Priritselle'r to bis-,Majesty, and the first Inventor of: Transparent Prints,; the corner of George and. Conduit streets^, Hanover square, where the subject may be teen, and where Gentlemen, Merchants, Tpwn� Cogntty, and Foreign Dealers, are supplied with the greatest''variety of Transparent and a-t ofh�;r new Prints. Gentlemen's Names, from the Country (post-fiec)', will be received, and the Prints delivered accord-- ins'y- " '� ~f   ."'','__     . .    ^-     '. -' T?XPEDITION TO HOLLAND.-The following re- Jl2j tnajkable Case is selected from a long list as a convincing proof of ' the powerful crf�tts-Di-tbc PECTORAL LOZENGES OF HONEY, ir>, . the Cure of the most obstinate Coughs and most dangerous Coldi :-^* " A Ladv (the widowtoi an.Officer; who Bravely fell in the service of.ltij Country at the battle of .Al-kmaer) accompanied her husband to R^ntU gatc, where, iit'therbout of embarkation, she attended him to the bjfach>�' after enduring the .pangs of- adieu, she returned to her apartmenrs abRorb/d in melancholy and-.duenched in wet; lost to every idea but that of/her departed husband, shej remained, regardless of her health, in her w� clc/tha rirJTin^thecntireTrightji hrrcmstqueuceof which she caught io seyiftrea. �old i^at she ^seldom'ceased to cough, and her voice,; by th'e ex�ssivfc lioarse�eiisT' ap'pearcd-to be socentirelv' lost that she tould scarce bis heard .- -    - �;i__s______i" :______:vi-       K^i      ".  ,   - HYSTERICS, CONVULSIONS, EPILEPTIC, .and FALLING FITS, EFFECTUALLY CURED BY DOCTOR HOWELL's POWDERS.-The extraordinaiy efficacy of these Powders, has been fully proved by avast number of Cures,.the particulars of which may he known byjapplyiug at the Doctor's Housc^ No. 78, High Hoiborn. The fallowing are a tew ot ihVmany ptoofs bf the efficacy or this exfra-oidinary Medicine :-Mr. Dariutl.W'ix, West Horsely, Surry, aged near, 76, was grievously afflicted with Convulsions and Fatting Fits above seventeen years, had frequently; ten .-fits in a week., and-never cuujd. ootain the least relict till lie; had taken Dr. Howell'* Powders. . The following is the concluding parngragh of Mr. WixV testimony :- " The idea that many persons may be in my late .unfortunate.situation, ip.d.uces nje, p.ub;licly to.announce,,tbe niateriatJb.eoefij.1,haysreceived from the salutary qualities of so inestimable a remedy as Dr.'Howell's Powders; a remedy which, for the good of mankind, should be dls-' seminatcd thtoughout the globe.--Sept. 10, i793.-y-.DAn  'of address [to the fa--mily in Harleyfstreet,' witn whom this Lady.resides. Thtt Lozeffges of Honey are prepared by the Proprietor, a regular Physicist!}, and, by his special appoihttn'ciu, sold, wholesale, retail, and .for exportation only, by.M/. Green, at his,: Patent Medicine Warehouse,.No. 13a, Oxford-screet', neat Holies-street, price is. i|d. per box, duty included ;�lso sold retail by all rcspfectable dealers in town and country.-Observe, that each box is signedfiby the Proprietor's Agent, William, Green., with red ink, in his band-Writing.   All others arc counterfeits. PROFIT WITHOUT RISK. -No. 4, Cornhill; Manchester and Edinburgh. The Public are respectfully acquainted that ENGLISH Tickets and Shares will rije considerably before the Drawing; aid. as a security to those who purchase early,.T." B1SH engages to return the Difference.in Price, or take back the Ticket* (should the'Price be'Kwer on the Day of Drawing than the present) by which mean* those who purchase early at Ws Offices, have the' double�ad-vihtage-they may-gain, but cannot lose. . The Lottery this year is peculiarly advantageous for the Publ.c. Sixty Thousand Pounds may be gained for Fifteen Guineas, and other Benefits in Pioportinn, as-will be seeu by perusing thc:following � , GRAND SCHEME. No. of Prizes.     Value ofeach. 2 Prices of 3 - � 30,000 20,000 10,coo 5,000 2000 1000 500 100 50 IS Total Value. �60,000/ 60,000 30,000 20,000 10,000 iOiboa 5,000 a,6po 2,700 299,700 16,767 Prizes. 3^,233 Blanks. jC"5CO,oco -   55,000  Persons in the Country who wish to have English Tickets or Shares, may be-supplled;the same as if personally present, by sending Cash,,Bank Notes, Post-Otfjce-.Orders, or good Bills at short dates, to No. 4, Cornhill r London. Tickets^nd Shares are selling at. tlic-rtbove Old Established Offices, in gteut'Variety; Schemes gratis, and the Money for the Prizes fitijr-eti demand1.-(December 1799.)' " --�'--�> .'-^ -  ^-.   ' -. stances, the corruptibility-aiid danger of' which are now fully'acknowledged by the Faoulty ; and demonstrating the superior^ advantages of Teeth m'aua of an incorruptible Mineral Composition. By M. Dubois Dech'eM AUt, lite Surgeon at Paris, but now naturalized/and resi.jing at No.'t, 'RtiHl-street, Soho-squarej London. This di>cover5 has been" sanctioned by the Faculty and Royal'Society of Medicine, bythe 'A cade- j- Three Sonatas, vi\ith an ;Ap compariiment for the,Violin and Violoncello, composed by W. A. Mozart ' ^.       8  C Nicolai's Three Sonatas, with an Accumpauitnc"1 f�f tQC Violin, Op. 13 Do. Concerto, with Accompaniments, Op- 14    Haigh's Sonatas, Op- 19   . Dr. Forkcl's do. Op. 6    . Miss Parke's do. Op. I   .   . Steibelt's Sonata, Op. 32  . Do. Waltz's, Book 2 '   . Mozart's do.    . Masi's do.       . (Jrand Ballet M Telemaque Pieyel's Third Concertanre Canilan's Irish Tunes    �   . Looten's Easy Divertimeutos Mozart's Airs, with Varia-tions, No. 8 to iS, each   .20 Dr. Clark's Rondo . . I 6 Lauska's Sonatas, Op. I, 4, 6, and 7, each . . . 30 Ebetl's Sonata, Op. 6 . : 3 o "Ecout'c Jcanneite," Air a-' daptedasRondo.by G.Mad 1   6 " Licjsmn Jofar," Air adapted-as Rondo, by G. Masi    1 " Un beau Matio," do. by do. 1 " T'mka Tink," do. by do.   i The Deserter, a Crand Ballet (a new Edition)   ..    . Richer's Hornpipe, as a Rondo Buonapa'ite's March   .      . Bristol's Volunteers' March Gyrowctz Notturno, Np. a .. Tepper de Ferguson's Airs,No. 1, 2, and 3, each . ' . 20 Broderip and Wilkiuiori's Se- . venth Book of Dances .. "3 o Jarnowich's Waltz's   .     .10 6 6 6 o' 6 o .0 o EPSOM, Surry.-TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, by Mr. Bowes, To-morrow, MONDAY, the 9th instant, and five following Days, at Eleven w'Clock, Fifty-five Acres of rich Meadow Land, in Six Lots ; also the Mansion aad Offices, valuable Building Materials, several very capital Statuary, Marble, and other Chimuey-pieces, with all the Presses, Register, Bath, and other Grates,'Kitchen Range,- fixed Coppers, &c. &'c. late the property of Sir John'Brewer Davics-, at Epsom, in the County of Surry.-On Monday will be sold the Freehold. Land, at.the King's Head in Epsom.-And on Tuesday the Building Materials, &c. comprising a very great .Quantity of Oak and Ftt-Timber, clean Oak and Batten Hoors, and Stair-cases, neat.modern mi.es of Sejences aud.Surgery,, consigned iivthe 3 57th page ?f tl)t second j Mahogany Sashes, sdipe of them glazed with plate glass; fashionable volume of .the French Encyclopedia.   The MINERAL I EEjH aieTalso'' i Doors, Lead.-and Copper-Covering; very good green Westmorelaiid-Slates, recommended by some of the most eminent of the Faculty in London, as''""'--- u      e.      '     �-'- T ' superior, in every point of view, t�� those made of animal sutjstancesj amongst whom Mr. Dechemant has been favoured with the foliowTifgIre-j^i Spedtable names: Dr. Warren, Sir George" Baker, Dr. Tiiiton, Sir Waltcjr;; Farquhar, Dr. .Valengiu, Dr. Reynolds, Dr. Rowley, Dr. Smith, Dr.. i Poignand, Dr. Moore, Dr. Person, Dr. joiner.-Swrc'�ons : Mr. JothV: Hunter, Mr. Tomkins, Mr. Earle, Mr.; Phillips,Mr.. Moore/Mr.j Brand, Mr. Saumarei, Mr. Thomas Young; Mr. Younge, Apothecary,; Mr. Devaynes, Apothecary, Sec. &c.-'1 hesuaccss which has attended' this discovery, and the confidence which the Author has obtained, were his "principal, motivesYor publishing this Ti votise, and for detailing those facts which have convinced him of the danger arising from the-use of dead human teeth, or other animal substances, and � t the superiority of teeth made of a mineral substance. In.further testimony of-rhe utility; and importance of this �iscovci y, his Majesty has been pleased tograut hu Letters Patent.-The above Disscitation is sold by Messis. D'ui'au, No. 107, Wardour-sticet;-L'Homme, No-93, New Bond-ftrcer; Hook--ham and Carpcntqi, Old Bond-street; M. M. Barat, New Bapdrstrtcty Bath; Mercicr, Dublin; Manners and Miller, Ediiibuigh ;" and by all the Booksellers. - "{ Stone Pavement and Steps, Iron Railing Titd other Iron Wo,rk, with numerous-Other Effects.-The Oak P.-sts, Chain?, Rails,'Gates, and Fencjngi will be.seltl in the Fourth Day's Sale.-The Stoves,'Ranges, Grates, and fixed Coppers,-will be sold on Saturday..-May be viewed any time, previous to the'Sak--Catalogues and Particulars may be had of Mr. SliarmiiH, Surveyor,. Nassau-street, Soho, where a Plan of the Estate, may, be soeir-j at the King's Head, Epsom ; at the Wheat Sheaf, .Tooting.; arid of the AuCtionier, Kingston, Surry. �  WHEREAS John SHtRwd'oC, forttieVly bfC^nvhiU^ London, Linen-Draper, wha was ftfimerly in-Partnlrship with' RichaRu Meichkn of the same place, did execute aCoiiyc|ance bearing date the nth day of July 1755, wh�'�by he-provided (afmsngst other things) for the payment of .ill his separate Creditors, whoseJSamesf a.e subscribed to the said Deed, and are hereunder mentioned'; viz'.-4Thc Rev. Ellis St. John",  f Finehampstcad, Berks; John ScckcV&ewy'Surry Gentleman; George Cooper, Great Hendred, BetJcsi Dcv,ut Physic Francis Kurdett, King-street, Lottdon, G'entlem'an.-j; George' Robinson, Srssnd, Gentleman ; Francis Hudson, KiAg-se,eet,,London \ RnburtjVin-Ccut; Robert Smith, Change-alley, Insurance-Br�ker; fednion'd'Hani. monj, Clement's lane, London, Wnrehouse-man^''J lin�Carhp, Kotiv-church, Essex, Carpenter; -- Carter, same ulase, Glazier; Ann Thompson ; William Banks  Peter Smith ; WiilTam Topping"; "Aridrcwr Parikeman ; Nathaniel Brent and Co.-This is to give .Notice, that ail Persons having or claiming any Interest in the Estate anil Effect! of any of the before-mentioned Creditors, are'required on or before; the 33d Dayjjf December instant, t;o.come in and prove their" rcsp��tiye Claims upon the several Sums which the above-mentioned Creditors (if they were Tiving)^ottld -under the said Deed be entitled to receive, before-John Sim*��, Esq. one of the.Masters of the High Court of Chancery, at his Chambers 1ii Southampton Buildings, Cnancery-lane, London. ALDRJDGE and SMITH, Solicitors, Dec. 3, 1799. No, 7, Lincoln's-lnn, New Square. 'hpO the LAl)3ES.-HAIR OUT'FINGand DRESSI1NG. --DAY"roost respectfu'ty in^erro's Ladies" of Fashion, who'wisU to'be disrhiguwhed for:elegance ih Hair-dressing; that he hass-erigage'd several of thc-.b>^c;Haifjd.r-cssers in England, to dress Ladies for Balls, Routt, A.�sembjdes', |?t;.'a[nd tharj on fayovring him with.an early notice* they may 'depend on h\i tig-attended wrth'-punCtuality-A beautiful. Headdress is eaftaih^y-oneofrthfL^most-gfaccful ornaments of dress, to acquire , which noth"iBg;Car> be.ifct�e^^dagted than the peculiar mode wl�ich Dav-v and his Assistants; havoln dividinij,- cutting, arid dressing. '-Many Ladies? have 'Ftfen 'Ctfhviaisol .^xti'at]*iit!M|ling heightens their bcautifuFappearanee mote than having.tfoit-.haJh^Wpe'rty "displayed by men #f taste and abi-'-Ikies.'-N. B.. ,ju�t fi-iii3r^*n.,'eJegantassoci;n>ent of Ladies Peruques> properly adapted foi^ridtn^lwstlking, h'untir.gy.^fter bathing, and masquerades, "as they' entii*Jy .cfriceaLa Lady's natural hair. Also-a great variety of Royal Brunswirk^JRiUets, Wirtemberg Ft onrs,'Bandeau's of' Hair,<,'Long Braidsv;�om'plere Tetes fa.r full dressy with .every other fashionable article inOrriarr.entat Hair, made in the first style-of workmanship, by E, Dav, No. 7*j TavUtock-strect, CoVcnt garden--pay's H?ir-C*cting and pressing-Roams are-pow open for the Winter. ARANTA, or*INDIAN AL
                            

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