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   Public Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 2, 1771, London, Middlesex                                Niirnb.i ^464, MO N D A; Yy September, i,   01771=/ [P*ice:i twopence nnyj HA Y -,M. ARK IT, AT tbeTbeatre Royal in the Hay-market This Day will be preferited ....... The OLr . BATCHf LOR. Fon.i.lewife, Mr ^OT'  .Belmour by Mr. Aickin: Vn'in'love by Mr. Robfon i HMrtwelJ.,.M_r..Omdaer.! Sharper, Mr. Didier: Capt.  Bluff,   Mr. Gentleman i  Setter^, Mr. Vandermtrer Sir.Jofeph Whittoi,"Mr. WOODWARD:   , Belinda, Mrs., Granger: Silvia; Mrs. Didier:- Ara*'1 rnmt?,   Mrs. C-olliras: Lucy,   Mrs. .White: Betty, Mrs. Parrel!: Let'i �, Mrs. GARDNER. . In A3 III. a Song by Mr. Phillips, cdmpofed by Df.AH.NE. Aad_an,sw Fantomime Dance. : " To which will'be added, The  MAYOR uf GARRATf.T. Major Sturgeon, Mr. FOOTJB t     -J'"'" "Sir Jacob jallap, Mr. Dancer: Bruin, Mr. Gardner; Heeltap, Mr, Davis: Lint, Mr. Caftle: Roger, Mr. "Cowrlya: Snuffle, Mr, Peirce: Mob, Meff. Farrel, Lings, Collet, Vowel, Miller and Groves. :    Jerry Sneak, M r. WESTON I Mrs. Bruin, Mrs. Collet n �� Mrs. Sneak, Mrs. GARDNER. � Semnts to keep Places are defired to be attheHoufe ^by Five o'Cloek. . Places to be taken of Mr. lewelKiatthe Theatre. Ofl WedaeHay^ The MATDro/gATH. S ADLERV  WELl 8. THIS Evening, at Six o'clock, the ENTERTAINMENTS of this Place will begin. The Dance* by Mr. andjMifi Ha.moir, Mt. Mathews, Miti Wilkinfoh; and others. Singing by Mn. Beaumont j Ropcrdanclng, by Mr.~Farci,Mand Mr. Gai-snan. - The Whole to conclude with aa Entertainment of ' Mate and Dancing call'd, The Imp?ifonment of Harlequin. -' With an .additional Scene of his EXPEDFTfON to the INSTALLATION, in a new invented Machine. Grotto Gardens; Sit. Georges Fields. " Matter  IYO N>t   Nigtit.    ' MORROW  will   be  perfbrm'd 'O Concert of P A R TJ^&fL&~�t SIR B. In PamowsS&eet; Hay-Market, The,  ITALIAN FANTOCCINI of [�      Mr. CARLO wPERICO, jWUl^havi the Hpnoor of performing This and every uay a �ew Tlep'rerentarion called N r   E       R       O. Bnd of^ Aftl. A Sheperdefs vrill play a Concert upon iheMandplinp, And a Shepherd trill accompany ber with the Violin, tad    A?t 11. A Blatk will perform fundry wonderful Balances ir-tn a Spontoon. Endo( Aft III. A Tumbler will dance. With a Pantomime by the Urge Family of the jealous Pierrot.    ' _        .   " Tfejs Piece of the Italian Theatre is in fbree Ads, and tfecerated with many agreeable Chan&es of Jjjant Sctneiyjin which Harleajuiq, Scapin.'aed . TUt xfyh pJRt4i�;ttbtith,tb^,Hotir^ Reprefenta- Admittance Half x� Crown each Per&n, Ko Placet.to-he taken. -, Vivant Rex U Rcgina. THE Nobility and Gentry at Margate, having fignified their Deftre of having a MA  S  K      ' B  A- L -L, 1 have, with the Approbatiort of the Propria-tors," fixed on Wednefday the k'jwn apd Anchor Tavern, Strand ; Tom's ', ' Coffee.frttoTl?�ot6hilli and at the Red-Jion, KlngV ' Itead and^unta&a Inns and CofFee-houfe, Canterbury, and atthelwr* Affe�?bly4�.oornB"at Margate-, i ' Mr. Rtiotley ho^s that^hofe Ladies and Gen- tlem'en who' intend liini\their Favours^ -will fuppiy i "themfelves with Tickets the 4th of September,   that he may-proyidc ac.co�&flgry, as his-Intentions are - V.hoHy*eipleale. e.. V   > , '-';Wey/ Affeml:ly-Rpom?, Margate, Aug. 19. T No, *, 'Pd>eY:Head Alley, oppofite ___the Royal Eaccluirige^an Office -is eflablipied, \srhere 'ihe'Nob'ility an|l' Gefcy wrJ>6 are Tenants for : fcife in Lands", or' TOj^ing^:-yiterel\ of Money in the Funds, 'Exchequer Annuities, York Build.ngs, or any certain Income, Ckrgyfient|at have>Livings,Officers -of Horfc, Foot, Artillery or- Marines^ ejther upon 1 Fulhoir4Ialf-4pay, ]B)ay;be|lm^�cUateIy -tupplied-with $um&.to i�n|r Atnouot.   iyV'L.-V ^,,P�rfocs,de4ro�M ^ihtOp^j^ItfAiinfrby Pur-.-chafs1 6f'Annaitiei,for t�3|4^ri ftfSellers Efres, may have theYaim^feegre^^L Attendance frpn> ^en in trie;Morh^ig, *tilf Sev�Q in the Evening.. Letters (Poftpajd) duly anfwered. [Mr Odjfh^"Mfkii/hi� Price �. ,6dj A-tliird Book ot Stwjgshy. Mc-B^hj 3*. arid aTecohd HyMr.'FiuSer, tss. - Gt64rdwi's.^tW;iConcerto^s. 6 -ejtteft Variety of New].Mafic. Printed *jr Welc^-er, in <3�rrarr^n|etj,, S^o. : 4J3HA Sst.o^ ;VpIuntaij?S;,Jpr the OfganOT^iarpli-ctiordj c�Rjpofed oy Johia Garth*,;bjF.&tyriUPf Vocal.and Inftrymental MUSIC A . :..C.    . T � :     I. '_'   ,    :   ,' vAn Ov-Ttnee., :A fawjuH^e Hunting; Song by Mr. Barn-"ih-i-w.   A fftvo^ite-Scuteh-Aj,i hy Mifp Dovvfon.   An . Uvettlure by Abil.   Tiie'celebrated Song, ;'^ph"what' ' a cbarmirrg Thing's a Barile," by "Mr. Sirflfliaw-   The. ASVo conclude with '�' Sweet Ecbo," by Vailer Lyon'. A      C      T l!. " The Soldier tir'd of Wa's Alarms" oy Miff Dowfon. A new Song by Vfr. Bam/haw.  An Overtuw-inf Otho, Handel.   "Water parted from the Sea," by Mafter Lyon. � Trumpet Concerto- by Mafler  �:�.>.� . Over the centre Arth is a Medallion j of Keptpnes fupported by Tritons; en each Side are two Fountains with Serpentt jetting Water, rsprefenting'different,coloured Chryllal; on one Wing is Neptune drawn by Sea Hqrfes; on the ether Wing is Venus riling, ftom the Sea, accompanied by Triton^ j through the back Arches is a diftant Profped of the Sea; all th-Borders and Arches.adapted to the Subject, reprefenting "S�il! ani  Rock Chryftal. The W$hole to be flfuminated in thei moft elegant Manner. ' By particular Deu>r, the Whole to conclude with a Ball in the C & To begin at Half paft Sixfl'Clock,. Tickets^ ss. -each, to be had at NTicha'sra lane Coffee-boufe, at the Bar* of the Gardens, and of.Mafter Lyon, at No. 8, Booker's Garden, LeadenhaB Street, The Eveniag Entertainments of this Place'Will be continued as ufuai a* long as the Weather csndaues fine. The .Qardeat will be ' opened on Sundays for Tea, Coffee, ix. Atthe particular DeGre of feveralof Mr. Williams's Friends who were uifappointed bf doing him the Favour of their Co-npany on Monday .Evening, the 19th of Auguft, �n account of the! Wecnefs of the Weather, Mr. Williams.takes this Method to acquaint the Pub* lie and his Friends in general, that on Friday Evening, the 6thThffa'n", will be p:rfomied Variety-ot neW"�ri� ttrtainm nt�, as will beexprefled in the Bills of the Day, on which Evening Mr. Williams's* Tickets will be admitted.  . � Aug. 19, 1771, WESTMINSTER UNION SOCIETY, Wrshout an Admiffion Fine at prefent, THE Dire&ors of this Soeiety will meet This Day, and every Monday afterwards, at the Standard Tavern, in Lcicefter-Fieldsj from Seven tn Nine in the Evening} and Perfons of either Sex, heing Profcpftanls, may be admitted Members.- . i -fc->P- ;-NC".D Ifl iT; J^^P.; SV.iC.   ; - �M�nib�R> y�  dle|�ito :a^-"Ajin|>J^c|E^j^ox>l^>'ck' 'i'6aiS"pex Ann> during Life, -without rajiy SeaSi&ibn ibecs, for;;teri Years from their Time  "Mr.'Gat-"  rick, in-t$*?ti*raAw'bf' I^i4A^u^MtV�LrLetre,' alfo;tol^ured x        ^shefe'Priota �JAen pDloHre^i^ J1 ih "this Magazine, could' not be purchafei) iorj 16ft/ , than One Shdling-each, at any of the Prtnt-Shops.) � A�d, a Song, fet to Muiic on purppfe for this V^orlr, by tfce celebrated-Dr. Arne. * . -   n u MB E R   II.    of ; v. EVERYiMAN's:MAQ^I^E^;.pr? The.,, Monthly Repository,of^ Sjciencej, IrUU^J^pfl^ upd; lAmu'Iement;      ;.-.f.        u ! * J j j ;>L'on)iqn, printed^ J^Blyth,' bV>c& � Tontifpiece % tlieir Rpyal-rilghneiT^srtbe P'rinee of Wake and the BiBvipof fJfnabj-u^Ti, irf*fae Enfi^os^ of "the Order ^^^^^iwiS^iJ.^fm^'i-.-^ti : E-I�f.S-^katteropiihi tft {tfibtmr t Vg-Ki ... M.. A, R   p  A   T; - E,. t. BRACKSTONE,: of Xprk-ftreet, _. _ Covent Garden,-, begS Leave, to infqrrn ; th^e Nobility .and  Gentry/ that his large Wardrobe of elegant Ma6}Ujerade Dreiles.w.iil be. opened .at Mr. Rum-ly's AffemHy Rooms a^: Margate], to" h'^lett or fold.' N^.'JBy,'Tjif geat^ft Choice pf'Mafkii', ' ':' Are VkM:P.E.'G.O!T-1| R.Yi   1771, , : -^BttRO and Go;; Stack JJjoiqeTV ;at .^hjjir \ Lottey. Office, umier -be.Royal-Exchange,' npw felling Lottery-Tickejs, and -Shares of Ticke's,.Mj(Hal"e�rQ^iar|iirs, Eightks,i-nd Suteenths. Where .the Numerical and RegiAer Books of the Drawing of tie Lottery are kept. Tiqke,ts. ahd^hares fegiftered at Six-pence per Number, and the earlieft Account of their Succefs fent v to any.Part of Greif-Brit'arn', &c. '-     - . - (Cf Aft Shade's fold at thi^ Office v�HI he ftampedi with the -Crownj and round it,- Hazard^ Lottery- ; Office. ,   ;.  :r .. The Prizes will be paid at this Office, agreeable .to,} Ac\ of Parliament.  Not Two Blanks to a Prize.; Begins Drawing the 18th of November. Schemes gratis. 5'his Dayisfubtijktd,-P-'ice Onfr Shilling aqd Sixpence, LETTER to the  Earl - of Printed for HouTe, Piccadilly.  BUTE. J. Almon^ oppofite Burlington 1Mred''by;Mii.'iP6ir^T! utfee''Sc4tch' Bal&d.gf,''"- N   E   W.     M  11.  S I   C. This Day itpubfijbtd, "'Prit^e z�. A If^n'tSre new XJolte^oh brS^nfis, jHL Vaa^hall CWens t ' In Which is inleVfedl the, f; Jpcke'y is.the Ladfor'nier; and r�e WebrateA Ca'n'tara jeant, accompanied with the' Mr. Vernerll - Printed for William Ra-idall,: (Succe^pr lo      h?5i}\ Mr. Jv 'VValfh,)' in Catherine, ftr&t, in the,Strarid.r; ,. . N.B.' Next Week, yfijl betready to d^ver^to. jhe. Subfcriheis, The Qraurioypf Ifnel in EgyoC a?| orKK nally .eompofecf by Mr^Hande); "'        KT ^   5 "'.     ~UD YUTtfiA70L-A"Z.tN B^w   ,j H^iV TH'E GENITiNg QRIGIN;AL-WP^^.ir This Day is fubii/ked^ '.: ..-!. -I nr.. (Price '6d. to;be continued Moa.th^y,) Embellifhed with, 1. Two.-'of the'neweil and, uv?ft flegant" Patrenis for Gentlemen's RjUH^es.   a,-A-moft beautiful'and^mhlemafica-rpi^nttfpiece.  p A fine Hiftory-Prece, icallcd the Refcuirr And, 4. A new'sdng, ferxo'Mufic by-Mri Hudfon. ' 'i"   ^: " NUMBER XUI.- 'for -'Auguii,   1771, (fieihg the Firft Nuhibejcof Vol II.) of � THE LADY's MAGAZINE ; ox, Entertaining Companion/foe the Fjir Sex, appropriated fole'ly to their Ufe and AmufemeotV This Number contains, 1. A Sentimental Journey through England, by a Lady,  2. The Refcuc   3. A Female fte^ueft.   4, Ni�uez, a Portuguefe Tale.   5. Rtfleitions on modern Marriages.   6. Memoirs of a> young Ijady, of Ffai^j^^ta^^'y>-'!t^T-B^i�ty; ;"and -the ksi^b\iWo^ti^xfi&ed. ^. Mifchler^'of' j t^waiiii^MiSt>^^^&^ofrPa^taf^i^^e�Q-' : Children.  9. Maxims jm^jiR&ttiqni for the LadieK ' id. On the great "ah^^eift^nTive lnflgeocc of the Fair iSaii Lavinia.      . VT^ough^^^iSapbjr,; �      A:; Dialogubijetween Au^.uttu andjBaroB.} 15. I^suqii Filoux.   16. '^^^jx^'^tf.^^^i^i^^i^w: I Swift.   18. An old Batchelor's Scjiio^uy.   ig.'The : Loves ot ^amri and jafhul.   20. The Lady's Coun- , fellor, Nb.'ll.   21. Poetry.   2a. Foreign News, &c. P�nt|d. for Robinfon and Robert?, No. 25, Pater-aofte|||hwt;Ofrwhom may be had any of ihepre-cedirigB^^bges/.or . the firft Volume Half-bound,, ''rice'^^^^p _ ' Tbujiay it-publi/beX, Neatly printed in 4V0IS. 8vo. Price il. ss. in Boards,; " ".       �      4s..' hound, ' > Illuftrated with ^pj^rfPlates of iuch Implernents of : Hufcandryj;as;defejye to be generally known, ' ;Hr*HEr Parau^Tpur- through'the -E'aft of A V?ngiai44}' being wthe Regifter of a Journey through ^various Gpunfl^s^tp enquird into the'Siate of . Ag^r^are/iSfec. cpntaiamg the p^rticulai'-'Methodis ' f ; Nicpll/ No.- ji, $t.-. Paul's Churchryard { % ,'JCadell/ ini,, the' Strand; Coljins, At SahAury;;. and1 Ji Balfoulr; aVEffihonr^hw '.. Where may.be had", all^he'AuthorVotKci'iVdt'ks:, ;" -;' 'n:      Sunt qailmhin co&ufceretfefh Q of 'the. Hoipepti- th* $$$$ Fafy,p{ which would hayejrabridged Ot. annulled'ofte" of their [; moft effEntial Privileges, By fubdrdjnatihg the  � whole Body of jiheft ^epreientatiVes either (jp , thefCortup{if)n,,or to the, ter^ppMry IfTa'fi&'n of '�few3 Pf fi?;en,-f9f hut,one^fin^^bj^fl,!lf6 he !/, 'iniagiri.e waa'-; -,Lavti .Sut'cott'^ even'ten Thoufahd Prece'^' dents  be adduc^4j,r,ro efta^lilh it for fucb, ("vyhereas I.prefume that there cannoti-exift a fipgle one,) not,, ten Thoufand   Precedents could . eyjer  inaiie   it ..Cgrnmbn - fenfe, or j. prpve, it, ijjQTE- injuriaus .to', (he popular Au-i>?hpi5Qrfclijiijf.-grcajt' Pal],adjuni>ot the Liber- ftf. ;o/!;iJt5fSi�.Cftqntry; ^i�i . a.'Jutt-'Se'nfe of �this! h'sriY-ha) Iniponajiffe;to the Public, I pre- . .furried tp-hazaxd my Qpipion/in Which I might perhaps be in the Wrong/but fiiVely was not lb either in my Motive, or in the Manner of offe'ringiti  For bo,w have ,1 defended it ? B7 theonly^utjiority worfh'y; of;;the Caufe of Liberty, , jN&t. by the A^utlMiriftf of ^Parliament; lefs yet forely by dia>'.of: th�,Qourt,ar it'sxuri* ous Favorites,: qr ^niftees,i(^.o\had nothing ;to;do wliHjhe-Miitter, any more than any. otljer �copmon( ^Subject of uic' kingdom) and. agawfiiwhojn.. \t is kvdjif4emonft"faole, that the D$cifion itfelf wen't, if, you cohflder'them ia .CtW^er of ,,rant..Cour^ers-jjVBut by that , jAhthorky which- ought to b^jriytofably facrcd ^toJej*t3r-M4t' JiM^W1 &*ti*j'Mk 'Aggregate jcin ifcbe Jftking, tc�.muc1i, to alfc a perfect "Free- t.di>rfli$>fr^3pJinion, erpe'tially. frprh the decVareci I ^httntoions of Liberty J\ Can it fee=fot 'i&m, for j4��bCifayi. to weaken and diffidrjor theitowa CauierbyxfP1. terrible ah |ncriofil?dj^e; v�|th;ft as i $ |�rJfec?uJting Spirit il .Tdia't' 'Spitfi 'bF^tole* iarioy-aJmeft.as execrable in ..Politics asi'nUeli-\ gioir^'-from which fome ajnph'p; therri ate for tinmerctfully tyrannifing over: the; 'Opinions of Others, and , for enflaving thenr to'their own� Khich they fet up for the fole Teff of-patriotic rthodoxy, or exclofiye Title to the public ^Confidence or-Favor ? But if thii is no^\a Def-Ipotifm and of the wefrft Kind,,what can be !  lied fo ?.From this Bifeofition it.is that foch -cal Niirribers, in the^Fnryof a 2eal,.in fome cer-^ lainly real, but in many affected, injure evert the Caufe-of Truth herfelf, by;defendihg?het with other Arms clian thofe of fair Reafon, andr Juftice." ttec pbffvtnt, nec atoanfi SIR, .. MARC,P'AI.iNO  ' .. !--''��> F all the -Prtfef*7 (jf a 'ffricer^^Devotion! to., the^aafe oV^ibert/, , bii'the ;j5�ure>^Vtaihter.' VitortWl' of fWMrih.i the ' ".rffcUffictf Saivatibn ^'Cduotry^-'effeifkt ally deilftn'da,^ iviiuid not, ivtit&t,: bc?*aiy. to. unawajij' $lthii'*  Difientito that Motive of vilely feeking Court-favor, or of being'a dirty; Tqofto fome little _ dirty.Minifters, vyhich is fo likely to lower to the Public the Authority of the Reafons'offered in Support of fuch D^Jlent. To tbefe Party never pays any the'leaft .Action, while 'the 'Rage "of it-fifing, in Proportion' to the:ho-neit force of .the cppofe^Reafons, only faficnt with the fiercer Vir;ulen.ce oh th at pahitnny for it's noble Refourcet^afnift the/dreadful Calamity of being convinced .of an Error, dr of facrificing to the, exquifiie.'J (dnor of' reftbhnc-in'git, that Characier or Attiibute hrhianifeftly made. foT,W*Pxf*tJMbi&9rf--x A�' if arj^Thing x6uld' be a ftrOnger^Prefurnptidn of arj'QpFnian -bfing ieven.jrelt to-be erroneous'by. th^fef who > r^Iowogt.^|j^ appear' Teft iher^^l � b1e*than ifonslfor- thei*Irefpeaive;Op^v#-. <*H� : the greatefe and ~M 'Ptttie�i mMfe*&Mm�^*$?*mz gro^do�.^tp the |obJWmod.,.And .vlJ':*rf- '----   

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