Public Advertiser, September 23, 1771

Public Advertiser

September 23, 1771

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Public Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 23, 1771, London, Middlesex VS.' M O N D A Yy siftber 23, 1771s [Fricil wt^-gerice Halfpenny j NjrL r u r y la By hfe M AJ^ST Coflaany. AT the Thevtte Royal, Drurv LAtfB, - Tc-morro** wHl be prefented The WEST IN DI Aft. Bekcnr, Mr. KING; ^torkweU, Mr. Aicltin; Major O'FIaherty, Mr. M*o?yj>jC�ftain p dJey, Mr? Packer; Charles Dud-�?, byCatrtherley; Fulmer by Mr. Badrieley ; VltlsiS^^. P�fn�j St-keiy, Mr. Wrighten j SaBo?* M^Vwtigbt J Lady Ruiport, Mrs. Hopkins ; loaife^lDjialey.,; Wife Roger: j - Mr?. Fulmer, Mrs. Sgertffl^.tuiy, M:s. tore; HtMifekeftker by Mrs. Coarfotte Rufpprt, Mn. ARINGTGN. be adried a Mufical Entertainra'.nt wiled A P L E T. t>amo�, Mr. VERNON; Paiasraon, Mr.DAVIES ; ^ " Mrs. WRIGHTEN; ___i% Mrs. SCOTT. To include with a Dance-. *Po ebncJbdc with a Country Dance. Sbies 5s. Pitt J�. FittVGatl. at. Upper Gall. is. Ja*fet&i loVthe Boxes fe be ha*1 of Mr. .Jobnflon, at |WSta�J3oor. �4jfo�ieg0jtf� T:e admitted behind .the Scenes, j-qt any r:^bi>ey returned after the Cu'tain is drawn up. " *^0Ofg% �)H be opet.ed at Five o'Clock. To wMchwilJ The C Paflora, :$P.Tf|flHp G a-rDEN, A' T tbef'iill^ibyaltCo ve n tGarden, This pay#}tt%e^re(enttd Jhe CiaBflleiiiii MARRIAGE. liye*�4V niATTocfcsj ;St�rliflfoWr. EHJNSTALL; ^k. JohaMejviU*, Mr. 'fcentley } Serjeant Flower, Mr. Mojris ^Bfifft, '&�� Mr. Dyer; Canton, Mr. Quick j ^rayei^liJir.rhambfbn j Trajan, Mr. R. Smith j jtfH&Steflirig, Mrs. G^rtJner j Fanny, Mrs. Mattocks; Isitly, Mrs. tESSlKGHAMi ./Chamber^ajd, Mils. WARD} JKth. He^eibcrg,. Mrs. GREEV. . EBdTorthe FU:... Thv DUTCH MILK.-MA1D, �y Maj|r:.th iby particular Defije) will be added, �' The CO M M I SS A R Y.  .  ' Tfie Cmmiffcry, Mr. QUICK j . . I, tunjOSi Mr. WorHat pt. Catgut, Mr. rho'rWpfon .Wr.Lewest Simon/ Mr. roar/; /Mrs, l*iew, Mrs^PittJ Dolly, Mifs Helme Jenny, >3ifs * -Mrs. MetkJin, Mn. GARDNER. Bases 5V, Pvt.3'. Firft-Gi|V. �� Upper $ail. -is. Jjo Perfons to be asttf tted fehsnd the Seenn, nor any ' Money rfctm'rjedaSef the Curtain is dfaw$3�pv. Plates fVthtBtttes to be taken (only) of Mr.Sarj�at Tap Doors *D1 be opeped at Five o'Clock. To begin exact!* �r Six. Vi�ant Ret St Regina. Pa -.W^nefday, HAMLET. H3T�let, Mr. Smith ; Queen, MKs Miller.  A 1>1� E r*$ W E LL S.  "^yW^etofefii-^f Mr. WARNED. fli^-Pvefiin^wfll be exhibited Variety "5-'if new P�r/ormanc�8. Qasciqg, ;both ferious aad CX�D3c, by Mr. Mathews, ~ It*. -A�jaio�� Mifg AQtci^i Mift V^jflutiifqn, Mafler Mathews, ar/d Alis ""FaJcL X>and*g op tj�e Ti^htt-Ropt fey Mi. e�rei, ~ MU� Farti^ M*. Rayaer, and Mr Garo>an. Turnb-Rftg by Mr. Rayoer, M*.. Ptwttr^/ind Mrr Garrnan. 4 -T*Which1 waU'-ie- added, an Ent�rt�iamtat, of Mule . . . , � � .-. wtOtenciagcatt'4, Hie Imprifonitient of Harleqyin. " ' TMCharaSersby Mifa WILKINSON, Mil's * EBS, -Mifs NfcWTON, Mifs WARP, AndVMrs. tiRtENUP. Pit or. Gallery li.ii. at SjioHJkick. Vivant Ret St Regina. "be had at the Bar of the Welti, vrmii er> Mr.ilAT�fiR. mV.mathws, Mr.OESKXS, Mr. carman, be|to^* *where P&ceiIpfthe r)nx*t may be tafcea. ^tw.UbeMc-a-Hght. To the'Worthy UVERYMtN %he City of LONDON. ' GEMTLEMEN, Y'OtTR Votes, Intereft, and Poll are earneftly requefted for ^The Right Hon. BRASS CROSBY, E% The prefent Lord Mayor j and JAMES TOWNSEND, Efq; Alderman and Mercer, To be retirrned to trie Court of Aldermen, for their Choice of one of them to be Lord Mayor of this  City for the Year anfuing. *#* A Meeting of the Livery being advertifed for This Evening,' at ;Six o'CI�ck, at the Half-moon Tavern, Cheapfide, the Friends of the above �two Gentlemen are particularly defired to give their Attendance at the above Time and Place. To the Worthy LIVERYMEN of the City of LONDON. GENTLEMEN,  EING {^y Mr. Alderman Peers'* Re- queft to decline the Mayoralty of this great City) one of the two Aldermen next the Chair, permit me to folicit the Honour of your Votes, Intefeft and Poll, to he one of the two Perfons to b� returned to the Court of Aldermen for their Choice of a Lord Mayor for the Year enfuihg. Conf:ious of having at all Times, both in public and private Life, endeavouredto adt as a good CJiti-zen and an honsft Man, I prefume to hops that my Fell^w-Citizcns (jmongft whonVl have been a Trader 30 Years) will not think me deferving of any Mark of their Difapprobation, Happy ! if by your Return to the ufual Mode ot Rotation, I may be made an In-ftrument of reftoring Peace and Unanimity amongft you, and have an Opportunity of proving my firm Attachment to the Cenftitution of my Country, and of this City in particular, and the fincere Refpect with-which I am, Gerrtlsmen, Your in oft obedient And rnOft faithful humble Servant, ; WILLIAM NASH. New-Court, Swithia's Lane, Sept. ail ~To the Worthy LIVERYMEN of the City of LONDON. GENTLEMEN, YOUR Votes, Intereft and Poll are earneftly requeft for WIlXlAVi NASH, Efq; Alderman and Salter, To be one of -the two Perfons to be returned to the Court of Aldermen for their Choice of a Lord; Mayor for the Year epfuing. he being one of the thrw AWerm^n next the chany of wh&fn M of ptTbrmlng ThU and every 3tby ane� Repte^tation called s a m. S O N, i& I. A Sheperdifs will p1",� a Concert upon "v - ;> (h'eMandoliflo, /* .. j|od�f &^$fflwaem&fom ti&toj �toad�fnJ > >|^>^ce�#Wa5poBtbsB. ^%*A6f ^iftlll.A Spa'niih Lady will dance. HSith aPartfaminje, by the large Family of the jealous 3^ Piece cf the ,Italian Theatre '* -in tnree A&3>  anj dejtawted with many agreeable Changea, of briaV �  flit See�ary. >)Ktb.the.�fiSTRtfCTIQN of the TEMPLE. ' *f� Bi -There is to be rjiyt one Reprefentaion, which ^-6e^^tH^n1&*e!oclt exactly at Night. Ao^ftttance Half a Crown each Perfon. 00 Plaeet to be ialfta. Vivant Rex A Regina. ",., 'WRSTM|NST�R VNIQH SOCIETY, Jr*na[i5J^.it^rsof this Society will meet jl 'ggh^fl^iy^ arid every Monday afterwards, at ""taod^c^vern, in Xeicefter-Fields, frpm Seven AT SADLER'S WELLS. Iflington, To--morrow^ will bt exhibited Variety or hew Performances. Dancing, both ferions "and comic, by Mr>. Mithews, Mr. Amoire, Mifs Am'we, Mifs Wilkin-fon, Mafter Mathews, and Mifs Farzi. Befides his other Performances, Mr. Farei (fr that Night onl.) will jamp'ovei the Ribbon, feven- Feet high, backwards and forwards : After which, be'ng upon the Ro' e, he will form a Cafcade in Fireworks, with feveral Variation;. The Daughter of the faid Mr. Farzi (only four Years old) who h 8 been the Admiration of all judi xious Spectators during Summer; befides l.erother Peiformances upontbe-Rope, (he will wheel a Barrow, on which will be a Maccaco, that will keep itfelf in Balance: After which the faid Mifs Fari�,"in a Ballad, w�ll dance the AllamaDde. The young Mafter Farai (a Nat|ve of England and no'm re,than two Years old) will1?ave the Honour (for the firft Timt) of dancing upon the Rope, where they hope haf he will be the Surprize of the Public  Tumbing by Mr. Rayner, Mr. Porter, and Mr. Garrnan'. Singing by Mrs. Bearnont.' To which will be ad1 vern, C! eaj file, on Monday next the iji inftant, at Seven o'.Clock in the Evening, to conlider 6f two fit and proper Perfons to be returned to die Court of Aldermen for their Choice of one of them to be Lord Mayor for the Year enffuing. Half Moon Tavern, Cheapfide, Sept. II. Mr. ARCHER in the Chair. . IHE Livery of London are defired to be prefent at the next General Meeting of that Body, on Monday the 23d inft. at the Half Mobil Ta-  vtrn, Cheapfide^ at Six o'clock in the Evening, to fopport the Freedom and Independency of this great | City. - stlieJBtaK ..... _ .Jln^ne in theiveaing; and Perfons of cither Sex, JremP^efbotvrnay he admitted Membets. C I T I O N ^ ' fHwaheti of (his Society when Fo|tys�ejght Yytars of ' jA#erare e�itl.�Tto 30 At^u^pf *J^�u7*f-.OT-'^ool. per Ann. during iife, wi^i^'ajiylJKda*0"* vhatfbjsver, e^r^tiucjb ^kccgt0j^dj^sj^hiityT *-^d^iife�rs ttf Age fthd apwards/iirnoc^tUi^Mcrni . %efrft*ctea Years from theirTime of Entt*jfaee hefore t itiiim&<f^ 'Any Perfpi �faufing^ t^eir Admiflroq po advance the whole - oi . s^V^a^jerl/ Payments to thc-Time tfeey becos�'e enutteditOifn AoJruifyf will bavcaproper AUoWance. ' ma4a to ajoai, t "." � ;-.^harpe, No, yj, goibpr^S ridge. i K To Adventurers in the prefent State-Lottery. WHEREAS Meffrs. RICHARDSON and G003LUCK did laft Year acquaint the Public, that they were^oflTeffed of the Calculation bn ^S>-xState-Lote�y, Sritf'^ened.that the Numbers ThereinMood" a better Chance for Prizes in general, and capital ones in .particular, than others promifcuoufly criofen : Ir� order to convince the World, that no Im-pofition c >utd be intended, a Book containing *5,000; .Numbers, (one Half of the Lottery) wasjsbefore the Drawing began, fealed with the City Seal, and that of .the Lord-Mayor ; and, after the Finifliing of the Lot- tery, opened at the Marifion-Houfe before his Lotdihip and feveral other refpeflahle.Gentlerrien j when it appeared, trra,t out of Seventy-two capital Pri2es (being the whoWNHijifeer in^he tottery) there were Fifty-two in the' Calculation^ ya* the�two 40,0001. the three'iOiOool, four otic of rive 5,600!. feven but of ten 4^.o0L fourteen;!ont: of twentyrtwg 1,0001.' and twenty two out of t|jtrty 5001. It having been infinuated that the above Account of the Calculation was (alf�, we think it neceifaty fo in-*�-"- " "'" "* ~ ndoubted in CornhiU. 'MelERieWdfon aha; Gobdluck' flatter: thernfeiyeS the Succ^ftof'the'Caiculatronlaft Year will be,a tbf'. ficient Proof, that their Tickets are fuperior to others (arid having procured fro n Mr. Molefwonh the Numr oers in the Calculation on the prefent Lottery) heg Leave to inform the Public, that they are now felling in TicketsandShares, from a Half to a Sixty ionrth Part, ale their Office* oppofite the Admiralty, Whits-hall 1 No. 101, next to the Sun.Fire-Q$cs, Cornhill, near the Rpyal-Excharige ; ai)a N�* i94� the Corr?er efQorn.hi:l,and rhresdnecdle-ftreei, oppofite the Man' flon-Houfe; .where all Bufinefs relative to the Lottery il^ tranfaeled'- with Fidelity and t-crreariefs. g: The Lottery, begins Drawing the iSth of November. VERONICA, or SPEED WE L L DRQPS, for .ftrengthenlng^'cenedCorillitu^ t ons, w*&h*r Imp ir d by long fllne^s\or hurt by too free LM*� OX from iU-cured Difeales.3 It gtadually Opens Obt^lc^ons of the Vifeeia, a/(d, reitorCs diem to their.fo>ttter and Sttength; To*p.rqmJfe a Oure, wherei thefe are ahf^ufely ^eflroyedjf werfryain;, but in.au Gates, |fherc^iey�fe capable of bpingre-tlored to their Office?, tfe/e Dr^ps w 11 accompliih it. They brefcoriiat, ftren*?lien|ijg and apereot.. 'Jhey have th�f'*ifWel bf. Steel,-without ;ts D�ng*r; are certain toi^felieve Weakneli, Anxiety arid Tain, ar.d fiitle tt^^e|ievied^ a few Days, and Health and Strength incteafe as tlfeMe, dJehie It ��?fn*|rt,/t�. HU recOm�Mads it t*jk>.( ^r&i^S�tHi�^,^eh/vothp^ Diteetiom,r fcy Hfe,. BtWfab- Bdokfeller in Pat^nou^r^eMr^MK t RrtSteyi fiopk&lfer,! in St' james^^Ueei^M*. Fitr-�^mmmMi^i Ba�lit!��ui�iBg�^Holho8�n j �id at ,vtheShi> at^barii^Cisfsi Mr. New5eryf in Mdgate. "5*0 the HohdniraMe Brita>n and Ireland ; contain jig a fjftematic Arrangement ar.d coheife DWeriptton of afl-'the Animals, Vegetables, and Foffils, Wh'icli"havehithertoifceee) difcovered in thefe Kingdoms. . By JOHNBERK.ENHOUT, M.D.; Printed for P. Elrafly, facing Southampton-ftfee^4�� " the Strand. - Where may be had, : The Firft and Second Volumes-of- t'lie fcme. Wojfc* omprehending the Vegetable and An'wrral Kmgdcrjli, or any Volume ^sparate. . . - ' 1o the Printer of thi Public Adverufer, ' S I R* . , .H HE Sfate of jksr$m ' India Companj^f;Aj*>� fairs, which Ifufi^iu -ted to your-Readeyv has- railed'Opponfenjs without producing ��. Atiftuer. rByfroan^r tQfms no R.e.pi#; .-to FaS$i and.the>�jet�-lant and Ignorant M9 incapable ofleovering Fallacy with' a-ShewrvoF ATgumenti; OrtXa made a;Promife>to the Public, butr he will pet-form it the feme Day that he pays M$2>/j^w#�rr to Individuals: My other Adwrfarics cxpofet by their Folly; what their private Viewa would induce thenjw defend.; - , v .*:��.:~X. Without any-Connection. with, fliel AHey9' without atiy-:WflhyM� any Knowledge ofvfhe Means of deriving-Advantage from\:*he'!Tirai� dity of others, I took up. the Pen; andltwill not lay irdowh till thofe who have it in,'their Power to remedy ihall become fehliole o^rSte approaching �vi). There are other Mean>th�n a New^s-paperi. it. is true, for conyeyingfStl^. geftions of what ought to be done ta thepi�per Quarter; bat the Pabiic mtrft riot rejnaihiip-different Spectators in a Matter in which their Inrereft is eflentially concerned. ?   Motives of Humanity for.Individuais,.however, induce ine, af'pitfcfent, to forbeareipof-tng farrher the Na'kednefa'� of the Cdrnpgni's Affiirs. if-Misifertune^muft come^ it'si^ojoips gradually ia ^ikittd bf.AUe^iat�M.^f!f�i6^di : pherefbre^tfd^le' ihy Qpp9ti^ytfr�4e0ikn�' from Faftaj as^thef have hitherto\dor{f|'^n AffairsJof Alia, 1 " P O R US. Batn ? and at *�1 the-otber refp&fcable Houfcs where McJic net a^p Coli ftfoplied py Or, HlU, to tit Di�ect0��.�/ EjA.S TjLWFl A � . / COMPANY. y? Gentlemen, '' v/- f nr�f^ PuHiC-very: fftftfy confider theOS^ft* ' JL" India Company, as a Society of the h%lw : eft;Irriportalice to. thefe. Kingdoms. A Soqety t^r^iied''upon the Law*,Of the Land; ^arKex-j .t^Mi^^r^s'C^mefi!e'',-ttf the remoteft"Pari* of" the Globe; ^ SocietyWhich is fu^ofed" to ' provide ode tenth Pare of the Revehites of th� Ertgliih Obrernrilent-, arid to employ hear fikry Thoufand'ofitV 8.oMe&. - A Society; to whofe Succcfs the^nglifh Nation may chiefly-aJeiiba her prefent Wealth and Glory, and the Meant . which" make her how fo formidable toihe rt^ft of 1" t be World, ft ir this- important Society, Gen* tlemen, whofe Affair* you diteel:. and :th� Public, whofe Interellsate inlepjarableifrom it, e$fri& you to ficSniQunieate to them every Cir* cumftince diit'TJfelafes tcj; theingerreral WeL. fare." ' :'  � :,:' . ',. ': ,.''\A ':'. � The Behaviour of the Mintftey, with regard; to the India Company, for fome Times riaft, may be a Subjeft not unworthy the PublicWo. tice. It is fuppofed ;o have, been a Subject of your Attentioa ibng ago, andirfey ir be foSSll ^ feucwhen fuch'SsRayipor is atterapted b� - concealed frbrr^ the; PubPie, it gtves-them r0oji�, i0fufoecT;it fraueht with fusb. De%ttsi:as?are not altogether for their Advantage* *no thire-sfc^er.'becjjines,fhjj�' CNiryrof -jPV^y Indivtdu|I to " ejtpafe it to the'World. T--. Lall Saturdiy-'s Qa/S�te gores you an Actfovinf of a Ceremooy'u/sd atipvstfttngrus^ Mikfitfs Minifter Pleiriptkentiary ih3 India, ^ v>3h the Order of riiev Bath.  Fouifcnbw, Gentlemen, - the Public have neveryet been acquainted witft hfe'MaJftfty's havlng^honoured that Chantry �|�rttjfa atfO%T as.a Miniiter P^hipo. . Snrpjri^' The? UmMe^i^ of Sir, Joh* 1 %i|tafa/s comrhandjrtg three Shipi ^War,' foe - r+ - jl, - Company*. 'Connexions orr'the'Coritfrierit, .as a Miniiter uf Stated Is preTum^d.'Qentlemeni'you wer� as ignorant of thefe Matternas the,Publit7, s� yau cannot bar have' heard--^tjeV^ftat thef* PlenrpotenriaryTowe^ we^r*dg^W-tht ,  Pamge,;'^ The iteaadR nan ptxbfifi^&fj^, L thdtityTbf.tbJse�ir^o1tlat^^ft(^rji^ perteLV^M9�s^lre4 in all theMM^j&r*^-Btfterigl Intciligcncej tf% tell you tSf^il ;

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