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Public Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 14, 1771, London, Middlesex SATU A Y, September 14. s7yt. D R U R Y L AN E. By hi. MAJESTY's Company. AT the Theatre Royal, D'rurt Lane, On Sarufdav next will be p efented The BEGG A R's OPE.R A. Macheathby Mr VERNOV; Peachnni, Mr. M�cdy; Lockk, Mr. Bransby; Filch, Mr.ParfbaS; Mat o'th'Mint, Mr. Kearj Beggar, Mr. Burton'; Player,Mr. Wheeler f Ben P�dge,Mr.Ackrflan: Lucy, Mi(� POPE,: Mrs. Peachum, Mrs. Love J Diana Trapes, Mrs. Sradftaw j � Polly by Mrs. BADDELEY. In A& III. A Hornpipe. To coiclude with a Country Dance. Wiih; ENTERTAINMENTS. Boxes 5s. Pitt 39. Firft Gall. 2s. Upper Gall. is. . , Places for the Boxes to be haH of Mr. Johnfion, at she Stape Door. No Perfons to be admitted behind'the Scenes, r or any Money returned after the Curtain is drawn up. The Poors will be opened at Five o'Clock. To begin exactly at Six. Vivant Rex & Regina. H A- Y - M A R K E fT~ A The laft Night of performing this Seafon. B Y D E SI R E. ...T theTheatre Royal in the Hay-market, This Day will be prefented The MAID of BATH. (Being th� la^ Time) The Principal Chiraaers by �� Mr. FOOT?,. ^ Mr. AJCrUN, Mr.VANDERMfcREV Mr. FEARON, . " Mr. WESTON, " Kir. DAVIS, Mr. CASTLE, i l#r, DIDIER, Mr, WOODWARD, : MraifBARON, Un. COLLETT, Mrs^WHITE, Aral Mrs. JEWELL., . End of the Play, The COWKEEPEKS, By Msflfer and Mifs Weft. To which will be ad^ed, The A U T H O R. Cadwillader, Mr.FOOT^s YbnrigCape, Mr, Aickln t Sprightly, Mr. Fearen : Vamp, Mr. Vandemeroj Poet, Mr. Hampton: Governor Cape, Mr. Gentleman: Robin, .Mr. FaneUs, Printer'sbetrjli Mr. Cornil^t Arabella, Mrs. Collet:' r Mri^GaeTwallader, Mrs. GARDNER. ~ B0j5.es 15s. -Pirje. Firft Gall. as. Upper Gall. is. To begin atSeven. Vivaat Rejt * Regiaa. - Servants to keep Places are defired to be at the Houfe by Five o'clock. : Places to be taken of Mr. Jewell, at the Theatre. Eta S AD LE R�s W EL L S. IS Evening^ at Six o'clock, the .. ESTER TAItf JifENTS of this Place willbegU, The Dances by Mr. and Mif> Hamoir, Mr. Mathews, Mifs WJlkinfon -and others. Singing try Mrs. Beati-^ montj- Rope-dancing,' by Mr. Farci, and Mr. Gar- . ' 5fi� Wnok-to
rn Ratdall, (5uccerTor to the late 'fiff> K� WaMh�. iniGatherloe - rtreer, in tho Strand. \ N>B.. No* r�Srly to deliver to the Subfcr.bers, I ThfrOratoriq of Ifrael in Egypt, as originally com-pofect by Mr. Handel. r - . ^ J^vg \fi �fd� Grotto Gardens, St.Geofge*s Fields. # Mrs. WI LLtAMS's Night. ON Monday next, the 16th tnftant, will' ' be performed a Concert of Vocal and Inftrumental MUSlC, act 1, An Overture. A favourite Hunting Son'g by Mr. Barnfhaw. A favourite Scotch Air,' by Mifs Dowfon; An Overture by Abel. The A^a to conclude with :. th� celebrated Song, " Oh what a charming Thing's a Battle!" A C T IT. " The Soldier tirvd of Wa^s Alarm�,,k'by Mifs Dow-fon, A new Song by Mr. Barnfhaw. An Overture in Otho. Handel. "Water parted from the Sea^' by a young Gentlema 1 from Italy. Trumpet Concerto by Matter Green, Pupil of Mr. Jones. - The ce'ebrated Song of the " Britifli Wives,": by Mr. A. Smith. A paftoral BalUd, t mould prove a rainy Day, the Concert will Be deferred 'till the next fine Evening; of which pro-ter Notice will fee given in the public Papers. S T a i E - L 6*T T E\ R Y, 1771. HAZARD and Co. Stock-Brokers, at their State Lottery-Office,-under the Royal-Exchange, Are now felling Lottery-Tickets, and Shares of Tickets, in Halves, Quarters, Eighths, and Sixteenths. Where the Numerical and- RegiAer Books of the Drawing of the Lottery are kept. - Tickets and Shares 'registered at Six-pence per Number, and the earlieft Account of their Succefs fent to any Patt of Great-Britain, &c. . fc^� All Shares fold at this Office will be damped with the Crown, and round it, Hazard's Lottery' Office. 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. -r S t AT E - L O f :r � k. Y -17/1. LOTTERY-Tickets and Shares of Tickets in Kreat Variety of Numbers^' are now felling a the Iqweft Exchange'Pfices, at KING'S State Lotterv-, Orflw, two-Doprs from Cra>g's?C6ort, and at his Office next Door CO tfee GordeTKCrofs, Charirrg-Crofs; where many large Prizes in the la ft and feveral part Lotteries, have been fold 2nd fr�ared. The Tickets and Shares fold at the'above 0(5cesrwilli3e examined . gratis, an 1 paid agreeable to Aft of Parliament, with-' but Deduction. The Shares are now delivering at the following low Prices s An Half Share ^-618 o A Fourth Share 3 9 o An Eighth Share ' 1 15 o A Sitteenth-Share 018 O A Thirty-fecond Share "090 A Sixty-fourth Shire - 046. Country Correfpondents lavduring us by Letter with their Commands,jnay depend on having-Ticjcets or Shares remitted to them, on the fame low Terms as if they were prefent j and their Order* execnted with Care and Fidelity. . The moft correct Regifter and Numerical Books kept, and Tickets carefully regiflered Schemes of the Lottery gratis; andLetters (Poft paid) duly anfwered. Begins Drawing November 18th. New Edltionr of the following Books. This Bay are.pubtijhedy By T. Becket and P. A. DsHondt, BootefeL'ers to their , Ronal.HighTienes the Prirtce^of Wales-and Bjfhop of Ofnabru^h, at the Prince's Arms, in the Strand, * l. A DV'ICE to the People in'general, with J\. regard to their Health but particulaily calculated for thofe who arg the more unlikely "to be provided in Time with the beft Affiftance in acute. Dif-eafes, or upon any fudden.jnward or our,waid Accident j with a Table .of the moft cheap, yet effectual Remedies, and the plaineft Directions for'preparing them .readily. Tranflated from the Original of Dr. Tiffot, by J. Kirkpatrick, M.D. 4th Edit. 7s. bound. z. A Seritimentaf Journey thro* France and Italy. By the late Rev. Mr.Sterne, a Vols. 6s. bound." 3. The Poetical Works of the laite Mr. Collins, with Memoirs of his Life. By the, Rev. Dr. Langhorne, .3s. bound. 4. Letters between an EnglifhLady in Paris, and hec Friend-in London 1 containing the Merhofrs of Mrs. Williams, 2 Vols. 6s. bound, Written by the fame Author, and jufi publifhed, Anecdjtes of a Convent^ 3 Yols 9s. bound. To'thePUB lTc."' ' � ' DR. HLTB-BARD's approved Lotibfa- for the Face, &c. which will remove, though of ever fo long Continuance, all Heats, Pimples, Scurf, Rednefs, and every cutaneous Diforder that the .Skin is. subject to, particularly fromifSurfeits, which has been tno often roiftaken for the Sctinry, whereby the Parties, from the tffe of internal Mediciaes, have "been rent dcred weak to the greateft Degree, without any" Relief This Compofition is fo oerfedly fafe and innoce.it in it's Nature, that the youogeft and tendereft Skin fhall not feel the leaft Inconvenience from the Ufe of it. The Proprietor of this excellent-Specific, offert it-' with the utmoft Confidence, .from Experience and Knowledge of its uncommon Efficacy; -it therefor^ heeds no fulfome Recommendations, fo ufual on thefe Occafions, as it has'been proved beyond a Doubt, that whoever is inclined te make'a Trial, will in afhort Time be convinced of its Power. And,- by Order of the Defendants'of Dr. Hubbard, (to prevent Impofition) is given tothe'Careof MrVDai vifon, Perfumer, No. 62, in FJeet-ftreet, London, who ] is folely authorifed to fell the fame. Price" js. 3d. a Bottle, with Direftions. t& Pleafe to. .ask,fbf. Dr. HubbardVLiptBa^ (By Ap!poi'ntmeat)' fold in Dublin by ^egj?}Tweedy \ and Lindfay ; and by MefT, Noel and Hazard, of New York. ; A I*JV agreeable L^dy of Chara&er not jf\ more tljan 2^ nor under 18 Years of Agei defiroljs of entering happily and advant,ageoufly into the Marriage State, may have fiich an Opprrtunity with/a Perfon, whofe Family, Education and Pro-feffir]n juflly intitle him to the Character of a Gentleman., A Line dire&ed to Z. at the St. Ann's Coffee-houfe, Church Street, So'.to, wit be duly attended to, or-the Letters honourably returned. This Day at Noon .-Longman, B. Law, Robin fon and Roberts, in Pa-teraofter-Row 5 and L Taylor, near Chancery. Lane, Ho b'jm. By His MAJESTY's Letters Patent. THOSE who are Afflicted with Want of. Appetite, Sinking of "the Spirits, Trembling,, trifing,frdm Indigeftion, Oppreffibns by Wind, Set,' in the Stomach or Breaft, or any other Diforder occasioned by the Want of -a jtfft Pioportion of the Alimeo-tiary Juices, o�of a props rDLfiribution of the Bile, which brings on theBILIOUS CHOLIC, may, receive immediate Relief, at the moderate Expeace of - is. 6d. and in afhort Time a certaua Cure, by makiog a fair Trial of the STOMACH PILLS, which are .prepared and Door from Arundel-ftreet i n the .^rarid, Londonwith full Directions how they are to be taken. By Appointment, fold alfo by Mr, WiHiam Teffeymani at York. . fthis Seafon of tbe Year the Stomach and Bowels are very liable to Diforders arifirtg ftom earing' your Fruit,, fuch as Cherries, *c. and from drinking Cyder, &c' t'�e STOMACH PILLS are a fure Relief in fuch Comp!a:nts. ' If any Perfon. (hould be difappotnttd of Relief, 'the Money �i"'l be returned. ~~~~~~R O O PIN G CO U G H. ~ THE dreadful Havock this Diforder makes among Children, is but too wejl known, and too often experienced by the tender.and indulgent Parent.. A Gentleman who has privately cu'ed great Numbers of Children, is at laft prevailed upon by 'he Perfuafions of his Friends,' and for the Benefit of the infant Part of the Community, to publifh the Remedy, which is extremely pleafant, and for the Advantage of the Poor fold cheap. It will be, found an infallible'Cure for thY above Diforder,. arid ot'fier Coughs to which Children, and indeed People in Years are fubject, -and may be had in Pots of isl 6d. as. 3s. and 5s. each, with. Directions, at Mr. Moore's Shop, No. 31, Chancery Lane; and Mr. Axteil'j, Printer, No. 54, Old Bailey. .... 'Note, Great Allowance will be made to thofe in Town and Country, who may buy it to fell again. To the PUBLIC, This Meciein: was never before publicly ad vert ifcd, nor would I fuffer it to appear with >mv Name 'till -1 was fully fatisfied of the Efficacy of it. I can now affute the Public, that in the Ceurfe of two Months �nce it has been fold privately at my Shop, upwards of 50 Children have been cured. It is therefore with much Pleafure. I recommend it to the Public a is Medicine -by them. WILLIAM MOORE, No. 32, Chancery Lane. September 9. 1 ' '-''"�' For tbe Public.Adyertifer. To Mr. Alderman S A,W BRIDGE! S I R, - [Q N'T Imagine me 'your Enemy, becaufe-l point out your Er/ rors, or tfiat I do no -, love, becaufe I wifli yon to be-_confiftent.. ' 1 l^now you ar?:'j|art [' at;.the-Begihni|gs of, ('public Difappjoba-['.tion;.which you, haye' ., ....--- _J fhared in Part'with ,Mr. Tovwifljend and-� vonrable;a' judgment. The People can form 4n' Opinion trom hbthirtg. but the Words aiirT"JvAioaJs-t, The/^ pretend not to k�tovirthe'fefcr�JDeft|ns ot ihe Head, or Feelings of the Heart. Your DeT clarations arjd-Goriduc^ for feveral Years mark'd you as a warm Pardzan of Mr. Wilkes-ybu repeated his particular Grievances-you emi-merated his ctutrl Perfccunons before the Se� nate, and in the Streets-you have more than t>npe met the Plaudits of Oppoficion in the* Houfe of Commons, while you baited a venal Majority with the Subjccl Matter of- his Petition-you were one of the firft to ftibfcrtbd tool, at the London Tavern, thereby giving ari honourable and fojid Example to others, that: this opprefiird Man:ihould not fall a Victim to Ambition and Revenge-you once1, when> iri the Chair, as Iarr^jnf >rmed^ tna^ean Apalo^7 to the Society of the Bill 0/ Riih:s for giving a private Gcntlemin, and^aflcd Mr. Wilkes as your prfrtictrlar Friend.fryou were uniform and aftive in fixing.the Idea among your Fellow-Citizens, .that he Was highly vypithy their Confidence and Support. 'Mrv Home's Charges againlt hrrn nOFaJter that-Opinion-they think them frivolous,>jriH-erbonded-theyeS* ecrate the Man who could f> l-ng conceal his Crimes, if thofe Crimes arT;6ted his public GharnSerLj if. nor, they are bound - to dceif , him for the Recapiiulaiictv of them : And kj Sir, ought y-iu4o judge of that cunning afid unpriricipled-pritii, wh.% you know, has lefs Vf*tue, and excels Mr. Wilkes in no;hine,-fo much as Prcfligacy. You will not pretend to te ignorant that ofie of thofe young Men, oVer whom he-H'oalh to have been appointed Preceptor, returned to his Father's Houfe naked of every .Accomplifh-rflent, a� the Prodigal in Holy Writ" f for he had fpent his Time in. the. fame riatou4 Livingi A Story fucceeds, which, fjr j^lte fake-of. do-- meftic H pprnels, mull not be cohveyedTO the 1 Publjc-it may be met with i� the Neighbourhood, but( can never be told without' Horror. Indeed, Sir, the Publit-treat you witK.Tender-. ,ne(s j for they inipute -ypur Cool'neil-^r?^* Wilkes, and the Defection from theJKll'icf Rights, �ntirely to' the artful Mifreprcfehtatiorta and Trwfchcry of this petulant. Parfony who kept you! from all Conference with Mm;- while he poifoned your honstl Soul with. Prejudice and Falfehoods. ;.. In my Opinion you owe atperfonal-^Acltnow- , ledgement to.Mr. Wilkes for attending?to fuch Aocufations, whhout^iying him anOppbctunity of Vindication, or knowing, his Accafer^-He was cntitledMo fa'rnuch Ftiendfliip from y u, and your -having fo ardently efftoufed his Caafe, gave you aRig^'tc>|xpbftulate and ad-^ vifo-witft h:m� Was it $)e$djy^or juft to keep' at a cold Biftitflce; andl'elr- i'tQsfkioQpi the higheft.MomjiiW tO.be agixsvted'ih pub5ic*HklI, where Ai^urrisn�Cri6&K "riji.h"e_8tterider^ to, Where yQar Enemies might diJboncrert,^^>afld ac5lutHy;'tdok thtf A'dvantvge of your yirmi^py' pivyions ? Was it manryV was it^iOJnfrlfent in your Friernd- Town fend to infr|p^uce";M:r Man-his Necefiity of becorning a Piojlitufe tc�/ -Adminiftratioh, &c. &c. and wheft tWVote; catne to be put, voting againil uVPa^rhent? WhaE was the plain Meaning r>f fuchiCorld^ ? but to leave-Mr. Wilkes as a Prey to-'a^efpiCa!-ble and defperate Tool of ChatltpniH^iFe. .Mr. Townfend, M". Home, add air.th1i^?who- -voted againlt this Demand, ani^^iirj|^|r.|^a^l deferted the'Society,'knew this'DepV-^aid have thrown Mr. Wilkes inib PrTf^-^'Np-' Wonder therefore he try'd hif' &i$0$0tor v Majority. Mr;"Sawbtidge, or kny:tfth^Mari.1 fo circuraflanced^ would hive rJb>ne.tt&Vfame* You alfo do the Gentlemen of tKat.Sdcjety the higheJl Jnjuftice, when "you fuppofe'.the'rh confined in tltetr .pbjbitc, inf^ntioiisi. ^becaufe.'. tb�f � fttovefirft to riitkethatSijpporteffeifttial which-was fo nearly,..and is now happily,.aircrjm6U|h� ed. The Idea;is uncharuable and aaworihy of you : But whenthatmor^rnjef^itjiidjt^Impudence to deh'bunce tnalSc�i.e:yw�-''^^;'-^. Fools', Knaves, and mere Bottle^Compaitlioils^* who you knew ih">youVG^ii)l^lei)cf;s t^^l'^�."'. ciety of worthy ar*d; refp�cl:a"ble Merty, ^hbw -could .you any longer f#ff�r; ytJur-^atiie Snd Character to Hand ahy*ffWay cdnhe^ed-wSth him? --^ ^l : ;- The Public have^ jnovv. beard. bof^iPiBtfes; . Mr; Wilkes has been^yVJ-by^Fife^arfd^ -their Opinion appears brighter thah^eyer^ 'Tia, " noTndignity. to bccomc;,a.li,tle^dif^^ri^w|teBl! the Naii6ri "a?e decidedly 8gkinft'yovr|,: Snd without any Danger to the md'ft^uiuo^-Prui ' ciples, you^may now >jbnturet^'"fii|ht�%n%r\the fame Banners..withjMr. Vv'ilk^s.^ It ts:alioxyed among wife Governors that ev|h 'the Prjy^jces of thetPeppje ihould haye Weight,-,^an^Xojr^e-times be complied with; Js |j 9b^eg|9ljj^ie� ceffary for' a Leader, in 'Op^jfawn^j^jfy Statelman to obferve thi^VMsyim ? . jf.you per- . ' "fiiV in thetine ybu fiaVfe' rlow takerr;^or| .rriay/in-deed enj^y private O^fftioVi, and'feel |orn^Self* Approbation. : Perhips hiiu.^ft'^S'a>c^ .Ij^a-jefty George the; Third doe* "the^fa;rrje)'^and I"' ^m'u*fi cbnfels"he^ids.^q^ . AffiAibntf or'an enJightel^d'NatibriSprier the Gouhcljsipf the Eari ol Bute, as y4UjO*o;under thofeo�Mr. Home. ' "V. t-;^ , ; � � � � AT T I G'TJ; To tbe Printer, ofthe^Public AdVe�tiferj? si; R, - .. S I ever have conveyed.my-S'en�htfente of s^the �L�vfery of Condon throsth.e'Chiniiiei5. of your Paper, ;pleafe to infert the following ai , fopn.as your Avocations from mare JoridvPrb* .dudlions wjll admit. ; f': I To tbe Worthy.^f. the.Livery of London; � � > y rDeti^Digniffmo. ' c . GE�TL5AiEN, - ;,'. .' �>. -1 .- .., 1N the .Gmi&mvt this I jead -*�] to you, f-�Red;B^ckfordr� ^Qhoit, rJie;Sha.r "The Man who. fe,ts out witii Faifijyftwill bfc^ � * :%1 covcrejd with Coutcmpu This Ghofl^e^atc*^' K 7' tm - -.^1�-:^?�fv^g 'if"
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