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   Public Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 27, 1771, London, Middlesex                                .....f^T-tr- HA Y - M A R K E A i t'r Theatf Roul in theHiy-market X'.1- � To-Trottow-viut be prefcnttd IhL-  M A ! \> of BATH. The Principal Cbara&crl by Mr. f OOTE, Mr./ir.lM, Mt.VANDERMZRE, Mr. 1    .P.OH, Mr. WESTON, Mi. P-.' IS, Mr. CASTLE, Mr. OIL.. B, .Vr. WOODWARD,. Mrs. fEARON, MaCCL'TT,       Mrs. WHITE, And Mil. JEWEL!.. End of the I'Uv a Hantnmms Dance called The   SBOEIIAK'R, By Mailer anH Milk Writ, and M.fter Williamfon, To �-l;;ch will be a li'ed'. The   U P H O LSTERER,' The Barber, Mr. WOODWARD: Ro.ewetJ by Mr. K onion :  Rtlmc..y'by Mr. Dancer : PimpiiUt, Mr. Wl TON :' ' Feeble, Mr. Farreil : V7arrt,,nci! Vowell, Linrs, Collctr, Groves, Pure, Sec Quidnunc, Mr. Centloman : Hariie:, .Mrs. Coilett : Termagant, Mrs. C -i  DtfER. Stmntf to keep Places are de;ircd to be at the Hoofe by Five o'CIock. TH I 5 Bvening, at Bix' o'Clotjk, the ' ENTERTAINMENTS of this Place will begin. The Psncea by Hr. and Mift Hamoir, Mr. Mathews, Mill *Wi|lLia(oa aod others. Singing by Mrs. Beau-snoot; Rope-dancing, ty Mr. Fare!, and Mr. Gar-snaa, ?bt Wbolf to conduct with so EntaitiinrntJit of -   ' Music ftnd Danciag call'd, The Imprifonment of Harlequin. Wi Uj a Concert upon tr.eMando)i i A  nesr 11 e *''iyaJ Exchange, Ccrnhill; white minv larfc' H; irJ li.ve been fold and Rgilter*d, p rti-cularJy in iht l.cttery 1767, No. -3379, the capital P,iz 20,ocol. and in the Loi try 1768-. s n 19 384, a Priieo i�,ocol. bchde* f�reral �t 5vol. aoool. and 1 00I. each, in the hft ar^ former Lotterin The J'rtzei w-tl be paid, at this Oftci at tbe Rate ci pfil. pei Cem. agr>n able t  Aft. of l'ai.ianreot, Ticke 5 lUluced on ihtjcweft   eifr.',, IV. B. Com fpofidrnc* in il e Country may ha� Tl- k-ets and Stur-:', fen- to *ny ?*t:, by remining food Bills at ii|br, ui fhort One in London : Ai.d t" they remit ifiore thm The'Amount, miv depend it "trill bi pu-nftu-ally paid lo ilnir Ori*er. Tickcrs'carefuily rcg.nered, and the mift fpeedy Account lent oi iheit Succcfs. Stbemci fratii, Lere>i (Pu ; paid) duly anfverrd. Tl.e Lottery wil '�e^m D .w^rg lie rich 01 Number. All Kinds 61 GD,emiT.;in ScmriUct bought and fi4d by Commifiioq. _ N~ E~~W        M~V~~b   l" C. TAw i)try o fubhjhcd* Price 3s. 6d. ACoiieftioa of the favourite Songs now. finging in Vaoxh- |.jn. �*5*:^.Vfj �V;'*'-*.J N.B. In this Colitftion *t; i^fi^ci^^^iari? The t'-vourittt Rondeau, fung^S]t^l^ >-f With fweet Words, gc*.] Ti�JfMti^^m^�Ii^*i roni? with German F^Ks^^fi^^l^n^f^^h^ SPRING-GARDENS. VAUXHALii.     ,   .' , Tofcnd [ht thlsStafcn) on Thnrfday neit, bi:ng the -^oth Intlant,.: Tri E   ENTj-RTAINMENTS of the SPRIK^-GARDENS, VAUXHALL. The Doors will be opened immediately afur F>ye. Each Pfrfoii to pay is, AdsnitLucc. For Mr. plGUKNIT, Trcafurer, At   MARYBONE  .CARD EN S.  � '"pHIS DAY, the z7ih Inftant,  will be C  O   N   C -E   R   T. In the Courfe of -�bich will be fung The      M   AG   N   E   T? The fan-Uri-e Scotch Air introduced laft Seafon'in Lo'e \n a ViiUyt, and ** The SoWier tir'd of War's Alarmi," byMifsCATLEY.    . M fical Imttattona by Mr. Bannifter. .      . \ 3ctvc�nth,5,i?�riJQi tbeEnertatnment, "'Theyanton, Cod wh.i ni^icci Hear.s,'" and " Sweet Echo," from Cv �!� bv Mifj lATLfcV. Thu Gardens Mvili be bcautif'-^iy i^.Ui7;";.i:tc^ w'tb many. fJu.'.uicJ Lan:pi, of variaiii Colouis \ ar._ [hirre will bt; a very grind VI    R    t    W     O    R    K. If) which will be intro-iu'Td many opi'al TranTiarerit ficccs, o( dtrcrcnr Forms 'id Cro'irs;  . ptiblk btfurej a ftictS C-illetfiio.-, ui the rnoft ceicbraed CA   iCHESuridC   LEU'S, Will be iiing j i ihe M.inner th.-y are peJiVme.i a: the Noblemen and Gcnilemen'* Cafe;.� CJuS, at AL MACk's, hy a Band of ihe bett Catchiing-ri, mult ot w.hom bav? perfurmed the in tiicre. TheCatchiS, Sec. are wo nomerou' he'infertid here, but acnang them are (.ae'foilo'Atng favourite unss : ( < Harr. ;��  a** pr'y.ne Ji*:;n.-Wbttii rise ; ibperefl D*y -a tlr nk i* - '.'cu �tlt me, dear Jack, '01 an tralifcm of Life. -O-ie a Pennj Buns,-Good Mclg* bjurs l.e c;uict, &c-&c. ORDERofF-IRIN G, Firft Diw&an. X. -A /rand 3n:ery of Mirooria j 2,' eight Half pound iky Ro;ke i; s^o, (�a" large A'r-bjlooiis iUuthtn^Kl} ; : I, a api.al t_rdiifra-. rent I'iic.. in brilliant R.yanrn-u and Chinefe Fiie, encoding 30 feet, fur.0un.1e ni fi-x other Tra fpi-rencies; 2 , foot (jrge'and ele.-znt Va'f* id JVWp*-renty cf a ht.stu'.iful Kof-j-culyur. a�jc''t'*-d *i;h^k'i-its and Flo*ers, two I'oti d*Aigr::t, 24, a jrgi-re-gula'irig P cce or five MuU-ioni ; ii>,> oriiii.tniWhotl wuli -^i:c, yellj-v an b.ue : nei� iJ, a fi.t�> bnlr Jtaiit Su>t; 3d, cig.it ^rmciiea of H-yonisam Fire, rtrprtfenting .us t-f Corn j 4th, a buljunt Glory'extending 40 F�tj 5th, ending �t'*n tw^ Jj'g* < caJej , 2j, to cunciuJ^ with a gi4nd B-t.cry oi Maroons Tickets ^. each, to It had of Mr. Pijuenit, in Noir.s Street, flay-Market j and at the Bar ot the Garde oa. ' Tickets delivered for [he ag:h will be taken.    1 Iflard of Sc. HELEN A, Deptford New Road, K�herhithc. AT tJieparticuIar Requcfl of fcveral La-diei anH Gcnilcinen (-s it will he a Monn-bght Evenint) the ainual Vitit will be paid tk.c CovernDr of this moll ridcaable Spot, on WcdutfH�y the �8rh Inft. and in order to make the Reception-as agrecabu: as pofljhle, and fpend the Afternoon in Mirth, there will he fame &iccl Muflcsl I'trforme s. Tickets is. winch will be allowed in the Reckotuug. A cold Collation will, be provided as ufual. Ri therb'uhe Stairs ii allowed �0 be the bell landing 3; from London. ,.- . �   'X'/J;The,,GOTer^ac^arthe.Lib,erty to acqoaint Fafiorai Air, by Mtfs ^ ^ Howe, j] and the Song eodatfwiih ff^hioSoy5]?yr^iV^^&^^i^'^^^^^^X^^ Where may beflfo^'J; . ^ , K ftlcrt{ Tl-.ctwo Vaaxl>a'.l Co leainriSj.piih^ed^rari.^uniu, mer. 5ix new Harpflt-hmd rn natas;:fortheltniproie-ncnt ot the Ha-id, and Exnreffion on rhat Ioftrument. Twelre new Sona'ai for thf Haij,fuhord, cjmpoftd by the celebrated Duinco Scar ati, DR. NORRlb^s Aalimonlal Drop*. The generous ErFcfti of this great Medicine are al moll incredible without Experience. The extrao:dinarjr Curiiit daily perforrjs be r fu'ficient Tcfiimofiy of this Truth. T^> epumer..te Difordtrt, aad to do Ji-ft ce to the Medic.nr, wog!d exceed the Limi'.iof an' Ad�er-tifemeot. 'I he Publ-c are tlieretbte reterrrd to an Ef-fay (dtlivfred (mris \ y the Venders) on the linfui-r Vjituej of t:-is bift'ly cxa.'ferf i repuj.tion of* rtnti-many; Uiijelher *iih a Cataioituc of Cures, inc �'ntcfti-b'y piotina iu fovertigi Erbcicy on tbe var.oui Difor-ders for which it is recommrnded. Sold by Royal Authcriiy, it Rottlei at j-., 3d. 101. 6a. and 1). jt. at ihe D.ictoi's Houfe in Duke-ilrcet, Weftniinfter; by Mr. K,ejrltcy, LuJ ati Street j Mr. VrW.faM, Chiiring Ciofs j Ml' Shuj-ftii'*, r-�" HonH-l�rct-tj Mr. I'jrter, a  toiuch a Degree, that he h*t ofieft':t>itten fenfeleia on th�- Floor Hearing of t*e7irtue�^tbeyegeuble'S^ induced to makea' Trial of it: ,�nd l�>awiafter talcing t ihiee Motfthr, terf^y-^eijbf^l^a^ft^^t:' In Gratitude forthe Menl^ii^^^Jop^Spm Arty tn^^;^n^^m^^^Wm^� *>i\ the abav*iB;�iTuc^ 5�i AT No. 8, Pope's Head Alley; oppotit$ the-Royal Exchange, an Office is ertafiljslffrlj' ^yhert? tbs Nobility and Oeiitiiy wl'o areTxnanrS for Life in LaSd}},"1 opiRavrhB Intereft of. jKoney in'lhe tunds, E^clleqoer Anniiiiieai Vork BuUd.ngS, or^riy. certain Incoru^ Clergymen that have Livings, &fhcets of Horfc, Foor, -Artillery or Marines, Jeitheii upon Full or Half-pay, rQa> be immediately replied with Sum. to any Amount. . * * Peifar.s deiiroiis of incceafing theif Ir.cQRievby Pur.. chafe of Annuities for their o�-n or Sellers LiVesj may have the fame fucyred in Land or Goirernment. ... ( . Attendance from Ten in the. Morning, "rill 5even ip the Evening.   Letters (Heft p-%id) duly anfweterL '/*W  Da* is pubiiibtd,      , t     / Price One Shilling and Sixpence,  � THE jSPlRlTof the .GOSPEL .neither a Spirit of Supsrfliti^n nor of Enthufmfm, a; Sermon, preached bcl'crc t'i� Synod of Aberdeen, April 9, 1771, By   GEORGE   CAMlPB E'LL^ p. D. Principal of the' Mailfcha! College, Aterdeun, and Author of ihe ElTUy on Miracles. > .Printed ior-A. .Kincatd and W. (. reech, at Kr*ii-burgh ; T. Caded, in the Strand j and �. and C. Wily, in'llie .l*o)iliry. Ibt: Uay ispuvi-jtita, Price One Sl\iUint;, �Hp HE DOCTOR DISS-ECTED:.  i.   , ;. v/|f/.y CAOOOAW in the Kl rCHEN. -."lsd rcl.-.d :n      l.r.M'ids, and Readers of a late Wf- ,    ,-    "By     :jt     L   A , D: Y. ,  the SAfJME H a^miniitercd- by mipy ui ihe:f,ayjlty,jn .wma.ica.-iid � fyfi*, '�iicr*' evtrj- Me'nod in,cors>rnpo. P>_ictu-e haa proved i.i�fi;e-'tu .1, . ,'J'he IntrcJu.hon pf jUJipto this Co�nti_. Wji btni vh-; piovjticniitl Metns of pTefervinij th- Lives of houLt.ds,. '!['� great Po.vtrs in rcft^nng and f�rl r~* i/jy I'tc -Stom.nh and exiling bilioi� M'it- ' ter, an il'scord'^l, all-- mating and ^Mifeptie O^iaii- . tics, may eafily ;,ccoui:t tor It's Efficacy in the Gout, Scurvy, Rbearnatifm, JiimJ.cc, Ague*, and p*nj*u-latly alt thofe cthc. L>.(jrders that attack the SiomicH 3-i s)ils foii 1^33. iheVBpttleK with.. � gooB Allowance lor 4lh�D�bUr.Uf;�,lorTiO|ieil agaLa, by.'^.jt^ in .^t.r LVu.lV Chuicn.Y�ri T, Be&et* in the^ Strand; R. i>a^i5, ^JP^c.ajiirj^i.' T. TJu'r.-.u*, Cocltfpur fecet^Chaiuig croft : * ty�h-anifjTi *'id Co. at ihe Royal' "EKtmi'^e j *oo_:\Vl. . Flerney, facing Griy'sln.i Gate, Holbourn." , ,  Wne-e'miy be had, Priae bd. A Narrative of fume extranrdiatry and wcll-altcftcd CariS w.oa^ht by-the BAUAfE ipE VIE. . . for tbe Vo^iic Advcttifer. ^     , To tbt MER C-H ANTS eTXo\*DON. "g � N T L EM E S,. '  �' Q U R Sicoauon and BuCmcfi muli necef-fuuy Jnjrkc.yoiu as independent usanyClhCs" of.Mu'ir-in this Kingdom; whyftiould not-your Coodufttorre-/pond with your, Cir-cumlUnces I Grieve-ances are many Times ____   .._ Celt, and conlc^-ieir-ly feebly refilhJ ; but when they come like the I.'airing Wir.d, and fpreadDefoUti m and Ruin ' ihi'Hj}IiiQiu a whole Empire, Ms- reafor>ably ffcp^ufed that :he Caufss will bect^ne a Mnuer of very fenous Inquiry. And thojgh I mighc with Propriety have acd.-eflcd'tiiis Letter to all Rinks cf (Wen in this Country, far all mud finally feel the Calimtty, I "have confined it more par;ici:lirly to you, Gentlemsn, who mm-bz ft affiacled^ -and wno o;ighr ii jt to nuke h a Mitttr of y jut e*rrve',\ A'.tcnti.-n, *' If ip Reality the Pores ui Suain are'flint agamll qur Men of War, which ufed to bring �SSpi^JiM^tne Specie F.jr the Payjncn: of their Debts, r^e�3r'>,^^T:a" mo^ a'arm'nS Circamftancc."   Tbe ^-^^Sute Confequer.ce .is Ruin to all our reymUk;herii, *"> Tar as the Trade is any K4�.jc�r.*i�A0 U3^   JsJ0 Argurneni's^are ne-tTt-no'vVords can expreli how ^pDnfrqucncrf mull be to the lejfe .Kingdiilns.   What then is r the Merchants of 'Lon-t ly demand oLMinJllry the , ^MeiTure^ and^^ whom it �jhe reft of the me'rcaiifile fpiat a Momcni'5 Uelay, lo ^Kn�TrQ.5t� th-ifs whof= ita-f, :tjs to witch over the great ,'Righ.sof ihe ReaJm. s-�-iv-a-�.-km-- ^J^P.^JUj ^SrljrarlCC, yOU OUght theypfevarirarr, \t&ffonSk iaXfJOfOdtonlc^ you xfiyJufK: coa^ ore"T* stiSiitHpnil l>JFdens, ofteft- d4?t�fed*lo a Mihifter/ltrliiftrQcYed-ih -LeRffl*.urp> -'Ffceir-Influence frcquentry turne'd the Seal?-jjieiV 5 Labour ilicvcr wcr.t unrewarded. I do not flitter yr>&; Gentlermerf^ when TafJert; that "con- -j �jjecVd and jnfl>u^>ed a> yoy are-theWerght * you narSirally hdd in the Conflitueion. (though not 'pptfeiTe>x ofHs 'Weapon,*), ferves you � PpiverT if wifely*�nd fpfmedlyc'jndutflrd,-to command-the SeiVfcesof any MirSft^yy or con-fume them by yaarrKcfiflshce,I:jj''i'hertf'')rtf woald leave it to .y-iVr good'.ScT.ftfi'whevher � your Applications fHoOfd^riQt'be' cMar rf that Submimon and Humiirty, whrch-liaa of late Years tor; often'difgracey fomc"8f /oar'Body�" and, as migh* be expecVd,-.has produced little'*3 elle b^ut'rjnmeaningGbmpKment^and'bare^Ta-*' .ifcffitfns,     ' - � -J "  -."-v � ThV Miniflcr 'can' give yfHi biii.two Realms-*'-* fpr-rne -fiagraBt Irjary y'hc mir'i ei.het~t44l.ycni. that our Comihercc is-tod e{fleh*ft>Ve,-*iod there- � fore vvOl Be our Ruin', af it isf-fet fotihin^a lare- * Pamphlet publilhed by ihe^ "Apprbbatipn dI the" ' � Board of 'fradej- or tflar fhe hai>glrty:-Spani*rd deirands a ccmme�i*1)S*ci*ifieei..� I fancy he . wtil not venture to~av?iiV*fot*^J'Rea.fon i iTinf 1 mart prcbsble then:ber%v4!Vprol"infe yoii [Wdre/s  in the 'pious Lahgi*Jge oft he-Court, "* ihii^.ftUn a fixed Syliem in G^vrtn'mehi-to ft*at:y-e4uenc&in' 'Y'^Wmff^i, Waifi' which the Poflillion do>ng ;DDtJmmediat^lyf and ivitWno Degree of Skjfl.'che JCmghYleapcd' oli'' of hi-rCarririge, and, with"bruwK3*5tfeyrty;' began to'chaltife the.Lidi ;After*hra own-Strength Was exhanfted^ 'hy Son. began the At-' rack; and beat him in a roerulefi.-- Mariner while SiVGharles held him*. TVpbor Lad, I believe, did not reiSft.-as he wafT^prebenfive fome Harm ftill greater mighr come to.hirr- Referire non audchai[ .as Terence fays : He .wie dou briefs apprised of Sir Charles's Quality ,/rom the'blazing-Star-that flittered on his,Bread } Probably he might ufe Home impudent Exptef-fions, as ah Englifhman has no-Notion, of te-ing puniflied in, fo irbitrary bManner^ and with fuch illegal.Cruelty. However, bs rhat as it vviil, the Bay was lett on the* Road alm-ilc lifelels, which alarmed our Heroes Tj. much�-that they fent immediately a Servant til B-Illol for a Surgeon. Mr. �. Ford, pf, Corn-Itreetf cam*;, and tmended, him wi;h great Teodernefs and Skill. I do not know wnether he h yet recovered or not, fcut ira'certain that U Sir Charlea FredtrJck doei not make. Mai a pecuniary Recompenc� of his own Aecard, a Court of Law wi,il obttge him-       t". Such are your Senators~"*fnd Lawyers-, O Britain ! Ab luto/rre d-fcas cmtit-j, lam, SLR, .\', Vonr h umblc Sejvantr �    1        -a b. , 7o tbt Printer of its Public Adve/tlfar.' '� 'SIR, "    ; MUCH ScttTtilUy hath been thrown out Tcflt&ing on the Sitvui-m of the Lord, hour's S-Uer. In your Paper of Yefterday % Correfpnndent a&s, Cap fu;h Writings"be the jProduction of a-Gentleinan ? Ianfwer, N6. .A Gentleman woo Id either have found a wbrfe Chirge againll the Man he difiiked,' or hrrVe made none at sli^But fach pitiiul 'fnarlftg Curs plainly evince t,h*it they have no%woTfe>-Ti Did ever any bjdy pretend to Jmrjpfe ^"Genealogy, of Gr.nnd^cs on* ihe.WpiJd*"as tne'-Lorrl ..Mayors Ancclkors t I believe cefc. '� But it is agreed generally fhat he hath Jiwde his Fortune by hi, Indullry, which, is a Means everyCSflxen ought to glory, in; and now his Labours are crowned w^tli their ^ull. Regard : and he wil-jjtfigjy accepfc jits tcjlow-Citizens Favours, gfajiiftt'up to their'S'eatyf Honour. How :j*�^ys this frorn ^tHe Conduft o'rthe Court *-*-* whrn he was firft propiied'to. �lc(.Office in the City, defired *"1s Friends, whether he could ip davit to the City Chair.*- gm&'nvorthy an Hon ur wh'i cf-"xjrtpur, or he who contents to it sj>p -fition that it is an Honour ' mftituents. Yours, ^_^___ i4^!^'jaV Printer if tbe Public Advenifer. I^S'T R, THE Kegirdyou have fj fTequentlyprofcC'd and no( only jorofeffed but uis i.pte%i   

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