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   Public Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 19, 1771, London, Middlesex                                The Public -Mnvynii'iiittswi �tnMWrfii THiU R S D'A Y, .September~i?gv~ *71}* {Price 1 Whence Halfpe^y, f D R I* R Y    LA NE. T the Theatre Royal, Drtjry Lane On Saturday next will -be p efented Tfte BEGGAR'S .OPERA.  - Macheathby Mr. VERMOVj . PeachuT., Mr. Moody-} Lockit, Mr. BransSy; Filch, Mr: Paribus'; Mat a'th'Mint, Mr. fcear; Beggar, Mr. Burton; Player,Mr.Wheeler; BenBudge,Mr. Ackman;   Lucy, MifsvPOPE j -Mrs". Ptachum, Mrs. Lave j Diana "Trapes,  Mrs.' Bradlhaw ; Polly by Mrs. BADDELEY. _ In Aft 111. A Hornpipe. �To conclude with a Country Dance. With   ENTERTAINMENTS. Boxes p. Pitt 33. Firft Gail. as. Upper Gall, is. PlPJacej For the Boxes to be har" of Mr. Johnfton, at , the, St ape Door.        ' �'Ho Perfons to. He admitted-'behind the Scenes,.' r or any , - Money returned after the Curtain is era wo up. r ' ' '    TheDoors will be opened at Five o'Ciock. To begin exactly at Six.   Vivant Rex & Regina. CO V EN T   G A'RDEN, '      *iT theTheatre Royal,Govent Garden, � vfjL On Mondav next will be prefented '     The Claodeftine MARRIAGE. L'rd Ogieby,,Mr. K.NIVETON;      , . -- Love well, Mr. MATTOCKS; ,      . Sterling, Mr. DUNSTALL; "  [ $k John Mel vile,- Mr. Benfley ; Serjeant Flower, Mr. .'Morris; BruHi, by JMr. Dyer; Canton, Mr. Quick; � Mils Sterling, Mrs. Gardner j Fanny,. Mrs. Mattocks; V''.5 "Betty, Mrs. LESSINGHAM ; Chambermaid, Mifs WARD ; '-?&?.**   "     Mrs. Heidelberg, Mrs. GREENf. i- With  ENTER T A 1 N ME NTS. rEpxes 5s. Pit 33. Firft Gall. is. Upper Galf. is. "- . - "]lJ j Perfons to be aemitted behind the Scenes, nor any Money returned after the Curtain is drawn up. y^mfot the Boxes to be taken (only) of Mr.Sarjaat e^Joor, ^Doors will be opened at Five o'clock, jpnte'xactiy at Six.   Vivant Ret &. Regina. r!TT_ ,B :Y  A U T H O R I T Y, the laft Night but one. the'fenefit of Mrs. FEARON. teethe Theatre Royal in the Ha/Market |&Ti}s Dav will be prefenteA ~3^3PRbVOK*D HUSBAND; ,.,^fcrj Wimtiifi"TheatreRoyal in Duhlin). ,1. , ' -gabac*'.* �*ts, Gardner; Lady Grace, Mn. Mrs. EEARON; Mis. Motherly, f$dy;Townly bya GENTLEWOMAN,-tlV^H^^H' Theatre Royal hi Dublin.) .' ".:       IJ.To vy.ich will be added, . iripllS: in her T EENS. " *^JWe. Mr. VANDERMERE Mr. Danger; Puff, by Mr. Jorws.j lowell; Gaet, Flaih by Mx. Fcaroa 5 ^jddj. Mrr. Granger ; r-Mrs. COLLETT. t^tiRen'St..the;Theatre.,. g � TSbP?MffeFea1tOT'-Tot,%hf6'Maid of t^rperjSlBion of the Lord Chamberlain. Fpr.the Benefit of Rlrs. GARDNER. T theTheatr* Royal in the Hay market, To-morrow wiltbe prefented Tiie MERCHANT of VENICE. Shylock, Mr. G 4.RDNER, (Being his^tlt Appearance in that Character,) Baflanio, Mr. Fearon i GratTs^P, Mr. Vandermere : I^renzo, ;Mt. Dancer: AvteuS&Mr.- Griffi hs: Old GobbQ,-Mf.i Wooler : Salanio, Mr.Vowel! : Solerino, , M*. (Gnffitli&;. Launceloti Mr. Graham.::Duke, Mr. iloyd: Antonio, Mr. Gentleman t -.- Pordai MrsiGARDNER./   . (Being her lftiAppearance'in that Character.) Nerifl'a, Mrs. Collet: JdTica, Mrs. Granger. ^�nd of .-Acl; IV!. a Double Hornpipe,' by Mailer - - arid Mifs Weft.      -Atthe:Endi)f..the Play,   with an Entertainment 0/ : MTufie and Dancing call'd,  " Thfe Irnprifoimientpf Harlequin. With an. additional Scene of bis-      ,   ' EXPEDiriON to the INSTALLATION in a new Jnvented Machine^ This is the laft Week of the Company*? performing for Wine. '. � In Panton-Street, Hay-Market,    , . 'i HE   ITALIAN FANTOCCINI of .      Mr. CARLO PER1C6,      WiHhsve the Honour of performing This and every Day a new Reprefent^ion . ^ejE8lble'CjhinJ^i- of br^ with ^'fiB^^TfON^ mmw$*i.� H. B. f fiere la tb]behiifeenej;Hepre y ''at SevOTc'C,^cfc*exi|B^at!^^^-t,. \ . - ' T Grotto Gardens, Sc. George*^ Fieldjs^ THE Entertain men ts �'. of tfi is ^Placei wi! 1 continue every fair Evening, till fartner, Noticeiv With a Contsrt of , Yocal and Inftrumental MUSIC, ACT I. An Overture.     A favourite Song, by Mr. Smith;' A   favourite Scotch   Air,   by   'Mifs': Dowfoh. . An Overture by Abel.   The Aft to cb'nclu.le^Swiih th�<;eUbrated So'g, " Oh what a charmingThiag's a'Battle!" by M-. Batnftnw. ACT       ir. The Soldier tir'd of Wa *s Alarm?," by Mifs Dow ' foa. A new Song by Mr. Barnfhaw. Aa-GveHuVrf in Otho. Handel. " Water parted fro.n the Sea," by a young Gentleman from Italy. Trumpet Concerto by MaRer Oteen, Pupil of Mr.' Tdaes. The ; celebrated Song of the" BrUifh Wive"Si" by-Mr. A. Smith. A 'Paftoral Ballad, �i O'er 'Mountains and Moorlands," to be fung by the yoffn| Genirejnian ; the Mufic b) Mr. Hook. 1 ' * The A�V. to conclude witha Concerto. 6rt the Violin by Mr. Smarr. ,     ^.  ^ _ t'd '�, - -.   � After which will be displayed a grand 'Transparent Painting, 40 Feet wid.-, and jo high ;i<*ith Illumi-natiens. � . i Over the centre Arch is a Medallion"-e'f Neptune, fuppottedby Tritons; on each Side are two1 Fountains; with. Serpents jetting Water, rrprefenting different coloured Chryflal; on one Wing is Neptune^rawn by Sea Horfes; on the other Wing is Venus rifing from the Sea, accompanied by Tritons; through the back Arches is a diftant Prolpecl of. the iSfea ;- a}l'y Inftallments, or be admitted without any Premiunii'paying Half-yearly fn Proportion; or chufing tb advancethe Whole of their -half-yearly Payment's - to the Time" they'become'entitled to .the Annuity, will-have proper Allowances, agreeable to Calculations';made, for thofe , Purpofes,' ' 1    >     it *    * '     � j 0   ' Members may increafe their^Aj^Uy^3tc*ll5i^.|.^ejr Annum. f        t "T! \ ^ N. B. The annual Income of the Society is already . upwards of 850a).        1      ^in - 8^� The Terms .orAflmifiipn may'bV'had at theV. faid Office. ,.-, , -' ,-    1 '.. THE greatj^emand for.Mr. RUSPINPs much eftf^^EVTIPRIJBEfPO'WDER- and* TINCTURE^^|ifiendwnfo^err>Emcacy ln,pre-: ferving the Teef^^ni cur^rtfe||Difii(rfers incidept �0 ;. themi iand the?Gi.uras,' has iha^#inany Perfons to counterfeit the -fime, and irhpofeoii?no vi\el So.\jfji F�od,w)r vReYremtlwr^t from.,S1^8i ;Who: havje w^alci ening- DifchargeSj deep CouMis,*,, ani ^Ight .Sw�artii wi.ll fincV evety- i|ymptpm.^|lre,*54'f ]n, tne.1 jCQurlpof -V' �few Days, andjielaith and $&ejgta increafe as" the Me-c^icii)e is cofiumierl. Dr,; H3t'fecomrflen^-ii toi-jfaer! Puolis as certiinVtb. dogreatiQcibd',' ant^iheapaWe of - To,the Wbrthy,?Ll'V^RYtMEN^f the City'of ' 1 LO'NDbN, V .! '   : ...   � GENTLEMEN,"?."-!, And- JQHNESAWBRIDGEjiEfos Alderman-.and FraYjjf; . T>- ..'yrofti-Kbitter,'"' '..-.. �'*.-..r � s ' \ To be returned to the Court of Alderrnen; fp.r tKeir/'  Choi'cf ojf "^nevpf, .them-to be Lord-Mayor of this  City for/tii.e",year enfuing.   ' , ~.    . . ' ' - "To4he Worthy LI VER YMEN~o7~the City .of ~ -    - LONDON. ' G^NTLEME-N, - MY Name having been mehtmried as.ore of the Aldermen to be fiibrrjitted, to your  ' Choice for the Office of your-Chief Magiftrate at Mi-ehaefmas next I thjnk it' ray Duty to acquaint you, that although in the jounger and more aftive Part of Life, it would have been the Heighth of. my Ambition to have been raifed to this very honourable and . important Station ; yet,;"loaded;as 1 am-wJfh Aee ir.d  Infirmities, I npw humbly defire your Pcfmiffion to decline it.   Your'Election cannot but.fall upon fonie Gentleman much.better qualified to fupport'the Dignity, and to difcharge the Duties of it; but I p'refume tp'fay, uppn no one, more .truly attached-tooths Free"-"-dom, Honour and Pro.fuerity* of thisigre^t-City, or wlio is with more Afftdti^n and Refped, 'GENTLEMEN, Your moA devoted humble Servant, Queenhitre, S'^pt.-i7. /   '     HTGHARD'I'EERS. Feathers i ayern, C heapfi.ie, S.ppt. 17. -Aril.-'     a ^ t ,-4 V, , * A ... . .   .    1   . �* ' &nd-Mr. AidermanlSawbridge, it^was refclv^d, that the Livery be defii-ed to meet, at th Half Moon'Tavern, CheapoJef- on' Monday nexfVnV 2^3d in'rtant, at SeVeh o'ClScIt; in the Evenings-to cbhfidcr of two fit and proper Pe+Tons to *be 'retfri'rne'rj to tn&fC6urt of" Aldermenfcr their Choice of one of them -to b� LJrd Mayor for the. Year cnfuing;>'   - ;   - P   ^WhWA^fi^Letters Patent.   ' IHQSE who are A Mi fled vv?W iYah^ of Appetite; Sinki'n'g of the Spirit^.. TrembliBg, arifing from Indigeftinh, Oppreffions Wi Wind, in the Stomach or Brea.ft, or any other Pif 'fder o'cla^ fioaed by theWant of a juft P oporttoh uf the Aliajen-tiary Juices, or of a propcrDiftribution of the Bire,which brings on theBILIOUS CHOLlC, Clay receive imme diate Relief, at the moderate Ex^ence of is," ,W. and. in'a fliort Timc'acertain Cure, by miking a' fair Trial oftht>ST.OMACH PILLS, which are prepaVeu -and ^ fold by Mr. Speediaia -f -.t the Pine Apple, the fecond Ddor from A'rundel-ftreet in the Strand, London, with full Directions how they are to be taken.   By Appointment, fold alfa by Mri Wil'iam Teffeyinan, at York. ' *#* la this Seafon'of tbe Year the S'onlach. and ' Bowels' ate very 'liable-to Diforders arifing from eating-, your Frut, fuch as Cherries-, &e. and-from drinking^ Cyder, &c,t es^STOMACHi PJLLS.area (uie Relief .ifiiuchCompiia,nt{. . ," If any Petfooi mnuld be,difapppintedof Relief,, the Money * i'l be returned. .-theShjp- at <^rin*.G;jo/sirtyr^Ne^ BiStteiiSiMrrP^ke^j in eoraVllia4d^MrtrlS^*^i�fif For-fbe Publtq Advertircr. Nan fumuih ex julgore^ fed ex fumo dare tutem Gogitat.    1 1     -'...  �!"   -       . [' Hor. H M O D E O ^ij^iljw^ Sxreksl "I '^'" '^eW{ by*M?b 'hav.-ing all -excited, a,'iD^flft'^*llnpvyintf" the Cjrijgin^ gf fhie ilrk'nc?^3Mdn tp the Name of AJb'hm~ dip (an evil'Spirit)the .following Solution : fjliicits the Conveyance3 of it to the Public I through your -Paper^ .A\hd jf there ihould ' bs. . bSiilas many who vyill'jjbt be difpleafed at -fee-uiJHhS. Qjttftibn'cleared up, as have expreiTed their Curicfity concerhing'it, that Number would alone intetceed for Indulgence to fuch yourfnf-rtion. "At the worft, t hare are, I am per'fuaded, few but what will diflikcJt lefs chan they*vould a fc3nda'lous Anecdote,,or a ma-lignant R^fle'flirih1.. ' ' .   ' . . The ludierous1 Oddity hovveyer of the Title derriinds fprrj'e- prefaiory Apoljgr.  Did this Inquiry product nothing mo;e ; than'it fjunds the Pi'piriife of producing, it would even be an, Infult t-) your Readers to proplf; it to them. It w,puld';be impardpuably trifling with their. Time and Attention.'  But like ,'jnoft .o.h'er-* Eveftigatipns.of ancient Cuftoms.and. Eipre,^. iipns,''eVen;\vhen'dbfeending to fhe^tTiort appa-,(rently friyplpus"oires'', it:comes oute^jipbted by--'.'it's RJeilatioh1to PplHtsrpf;gteat'andVeil'Cijrijfi-ty. ^ In the Cou'l-fe ..of iuch Inquiries it' i% that ^ou often mcldentajlyjliimble 1 upoh efj^ntial Oifcoveries, vvhich, at" the fiift; you had - not in view j and, one TjruthTieads.to a ihoaland". "The Ground, whfchv;"you op'en,-is in a great Meafurcjike "the SjU, of Rome, where you' cW hardly dig :ajiit^* jhe*^obbi/i/ of iA'ges,-^hptfgh b;Ut on the 'mplV prqlnary Octaj-fi'w^ . without the" SpadeV" ftming.or turning ~;�p " fp^c^Ta^uliolp' Mp'naiAen t qf ^.ntfa aity, .either jot kV^arity/'pr for it's Ufe in' 'difii^a;ing a Doubt, difebvering*an Error, or reifjeving.a Trtth:  '    :'- "'' '  ~ Asii^opfeo is a, Contraction of. an a^tfent iPirirtni'VvT;jlrd"" RfcUbtigbd'ey) of j which" ffhe"; :^Es^E|fidMNy:"�^!te^i     ' ': HiioieS/;ffhJba^er^te,; ins^, tthen* tu bftahtiveiy^ %'rhpJ'aycy "had'^v^r^Vb^d ^ertfe ! ThegjOi'ff �&..^ii -'WK-eYe,is'''tty':-"the' Word jyevil\{conr 1 %|l4l>.5'*�.Jih the anttentrPertfan �gnifie^ !W^e^5Aniinah (the-Tyger)-i hieing' bne of thofe i-B^afts-hoftile to human Kind,-, created ^accbrd--.ih'gxtn the PerfiaTi Mythdlogy, by Abriman hpf)XMtinapie) -in Jpitff-tcrQtrivxd' (the Goad): i^Kbeo'ce'ir.'.was''-' deemed impure;' .'and-" held - ja 'luUehiDitcftittibn' by the antienf "Ptrfians^or ,^Bil%>ksbf tnratrjbt (2k> oafter)-. Thefe*con-amjc>ing..tliis: Wdrd M^fTvger) with^fhe pre* � c^mk. Efibem, made, it a Term of aggravated iaycfiivfebtiHWror; to which, that they might avohj, An*bi&jj|#y-and diftinguifh:between the figurative'inWjfoqpsofier Application of it, they, added the V/o;r^s otfJivi fat- Thusahey called that Spirit or JpJemon oF_ Unf'My\tyAJbfhqjh, tie YuritisJ4�/i (prowling for his Prey, ani Peeking whom he fhould devour) j^ft, aff by a Figure not quite .in Difufe with us, an ^ftihate.tvlan might be congenially called ff^fwi':WggeJ. Mutt.;- a flupid Dunce, a or bipM.-A/s-}-^ fly^fubtl^jPerfonjge, a.\Ft>0:~pf>onJw4 Fief4-a .horrid, lo^th&me, ve ^ nornoKS Perfon, a fCofld upon raw jCegJ and fo forth.  fi'pplJcat,ion'cf. the Peifiah lVle'ariing, trarisferreq tg� he Demon .himfeJf, and rendered yet woife 1n-our Language., by,.^h.q; pieiqripriyeJ^r fetting him upon 'tvti 'Siickt'. Thuslcne EVrer, as of>e'h happens, beg-5t aiibther.. ".      , .,w.. "... Nor'^'.ore thePck^ijsigBntentedwi^only this vy^yal A^Tiifion to, C:q.u.adr.u'p'ed: .wlld^Beaft, in . '- jtneTf ^^'fignati-lirj.'.jp'f ,an.,evil,'Spiti:r' -JMaani 'C'c 1 ebr^tea Orientaf Painter, .the Ra-^i^l^lPefx^ar.d no more ihjin RaphasJ hin>* felf,^related to tha't fabulous PetfjnagaManet the Arch-heretic. Maani, I d'y, was probably ninong the tha aij emp.oyed this figurative a is "Pai nti ng5 of. imper(onsted firft "Expreifion in ... ;-,r-�........ Fiends o/'evil Spi?fcs, the Pr^ddflions of 4hH-mail; and gave theni for -their rwa Feet lpecifT-caljy. iliofc i f the Impure, or noxious Bsaib, by the Names of which ijp. y were, in'- J)iUBai- ' tion, ttifrcntly cal'cd. 'Jijkmogb or t"-.fe impure Tyger, on tttfe Feet, vv|s one; .-the-Daro:dyt on toyo Feet, aaother1. B^ji: what paVticular Kind of Animal thisjaft Wor'd rrie.ant, ih tjbeantient. Perfian.Language, I^rii not clear. , B^t here-yotf unqueltionably have the..wbe. Orig&tpf the Cuftim of our'Painters"and. Sralfuatiesllpiving the FeeE'of Animals to the JDfev..landrhi.$t.Impft ;'The Hor,ns,'and Ta3, may be ImprbyemeaEs ' of their*dvv'n.*    ,';        .       '"' . T�e"!ike Kind-of Feet f^r &e~Satjrt~~inl Faimi". of the. Greek' and Rom in Kty"'thiology, ,acknoAyiedgefluite another and lefs odious Pnn* ciple, being; borrowed chiefly frpmthe^llivala of'Baeebus"9&a Ncw^piuePWiriadmit,*; � ""   -Iain, " >~ -   - '-'-'! - �  - , > - ; i'Pur very-humHeSei'vanr, VERICOLA, *1 mm 1    a   

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