Public Advertiser, October 12, 1780

Public Advertiser

October 12, 1780

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Public Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 12, 1780, London, Middlesex :t H t) R S 6'A/ft Q&ober V2, .1780. AT tk*Th�Vs Roysl in Drury Lane, Hit' WEST INDlAH^ Belcour by Mr. KINO ) ^Stoelcwell, Mr. AICKIN, Mtior OTiktierty, Mr. MOODY \ Captain Dudkj, Mr. Packer ; Ktaet, Mr. Baddeley j Varland, Mr. Parfoni} ta^y1tt�(tort,^Mrs. Hopfcini  ' t^|^r�trs. BRlRBTON1-, - * kloofe&eepcf, M^'."Jolinftone; Lucy, Mrs. Lo*e$ HrfrW'tarmer; Mifs SHERRY; .CtolatteJUfport, Mifs FARREN; ToN^hwWbs-iadtted* ComicOpera, of Two AO.*, catted, 'p* vCLU A K E R. *Th� ttufie compofed bjt Mr. Dibdin. Ltthui, Mr. VERNON ; SotaBon, Sfc. Parfone; Eafy, Mr. Wrighten j And Steady, Mr. BANNISTER j CDfttn, MKs Collet: Cicely, Mrs. tor* i ^5j-f fcretta, Mrs. Wftl&HTEN. Ants 51. Pit 31. Fitft Gallery at. Upper Gallery n Plates for the Bows to be had of Mr. Fotbtook., at the Stags ~. NoPerfons admitted behind the Scenes, nor any Mor^rrtwnti after the Certain it draws opt fkn&aart Hi bc*ptnt& at Half after Fir�, ;' '^o begin exactly at Half after Six. VWant Rex & Re?ina. On Saturday tie SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL. . Sir Peter Tetsle, lit: King ; Lady T*ail�, Mr. Abing, ton, (beiajt We' firft Appearance this Setnbn.) C#WN T -GARDEN. AT die TheatrejHoyal in Coveut Gtrden, Tomorrow .will be prefenjad IMvtL MAKES a MAN, u.: Or, The FQP'j FORTUNE. Cbdie,by a YOtJWG GENTLEMAN, (Beatf bit ift Appearantt on tbis Stage.) Aatonio, Mr. Thoaspfon; Cbarlno, Mr.� Webb} ffcw lows, Mr. QUICR | Doi I>b*rf, Mr. Booth; Wjmud, Mr. Rdttotit Governor try Mr. fearon f Sanebo by Mr. N -- AlrfCirtJW, M*. WROBOHTON, : BWraT Mrs. WBlTriSLO j Lmttat* Mift Amb�Ce5 Hoeorati. Mis. *WiDte)s j Ana) Jtngelina, Mn. INeHBALD. Ind>f�W Comedy', arffeace exited The YH.LAGERS* Mr.'ABWdge;^fr. Laagrift, Mr. JacWbi., and ^*bjehwili^��icda new Barlltu is two Aft* - (�tblime)e�Ued 3* O M T H V M B. Takes fweaFWding, and prepared for the Stage By the Author of Midat, lee. ^TJw ^rincipii! Chareftei by WV, Si win, MfiRtinhold, ilr. Mr. Dfeiet, amd Mr. tJaJekVJArt Kennedy, Mts.Wdib, A* Mift CAtfLEY. WiAiPfiCW Orertwre, :Dreiles, and DecorgtioiH, Boxes t. Pit 3s. Fiffl Gallery w. Upper Gallery it. Ptaeee for tht jBoses fo be taken �f Mr^ Brandon lw^t�^3taf�'Di)oy.� |io Per&a* �d�itted behind the Scenes, nor any ^BOncyitttea** tlkbe0^e"Ridirif-H6iil�', WeOininfteF-Bridge, not t>nfe^eiul^^ifpn�jU^g^t Variety, utwom-monly jdeafing. , 7R. ASTX.EY has, Tor feveral Years paft, had k in Confideiration to open hia RUSngf-Hoafe, We^hri5�ftw^Bri%e, * few Evenings b*%aft Week duj-ing* the Winter SeafoQ (at prefent �aVMosia^Wedrtei^ay>anctfrid3T&,) and as it is his ufts^AmWtiof|tofi*bleVhavi�g ae leaft Six mjd Hornojp*.ZWcine cm Horfebacji rfed4-Sp�Bd|. a^amon^ 3ie Isaft el wt unparalleled, Osligfeting, sead.>n�orop�RAl(Q Peffprrnance?. Af3yM�nj[_jLaflyi fnp�yic�nji� in High Germany, ^rjuu).ewrjbit�h ^Jffnaf/rt'Hcrfi?*. H^f Excellence as a H^eW9�an^ oi tbe ^eal Variety of Perfor-iHtfkas, �woidd -oecafion- *ot> mach Pro&trty for a' p^bBcBEintfi^Xir^AAhjy, ^berb&rc, -trails &e will receive tfe*KAp^la*fe.^*"difce{niijff Pftblic, her, "A'jlttrlher Accduojtrfjf J^rforoialBCCi- tfty'Jbe pub-�)Rd>in'a feWliji.^ .' ^ "  ' t * ' %^'3^^4^e�n>d GokJe^iea/Pt^ilrAt the fe^�^^�|^.�ivci> till'the 6th-o� November, ovfl^ fojfefafaeSiLrf ^tmtic^}'^tcr which State loTTeb. y, H�o. 'T*Hc�L 35"d. if cither of the thr^e^so00^ aicl, if either of the twVJpiool. 14.1. if either of the to xoool. 70L if either of the 23 IcooL 351, if either of the 36 5">c-l. j 1. if either of the 100 iocJ, 5I. if either of the 36" 5 L And One Guinea if either of the 15,500 Prizes of Twenty Pounds. Ail the 16-firft drawn Tiekets, that are entitled to Prizes, accocdSqg to the Scheme of the Lottery, are included in all the above Plans. A Policy at Half a Guinea will entitle the Bearer to exactly one Half of the above Benefits. �J* That the Public may be convinced of the folid Foundation on which they become Adventurers at the ~ above Offices, it is neceffary to inform them that the above Adventures and" Policies are iflaed from the original Tickets, which, for the Security of the Pub-jic, aie depofrted ia the Bank of England, Tickets andShares are alfb felling at the loweft Prices at the above Offices, where every Branch of the LotteryiBufipefs U faitnfully tranfafledj._^ a new and advantageous j^de . of adventuring in the prefent State Lottery, 1780, for the whole Time of Drawing, and including every Prize whatever. MESSRS. RICHARDSON and GOODLUCK, at their State Lottery Offices ia the Bank Buildings, -Cornhill, and No. 8, facing the King's Mews, Charing Crofs, moft re-foecTfully acquaint the Public that they have fb+med the following truly advantageous Mode of adventuring in tie prefent State Lottery, viz. For one GUINEA the Purchafer will retei^e i joo Guineas if either of the two Prizes of ao.ccol. 650 Guineas if either of the two Prizes of xo,oool, 325 Guineas if either of the three 5000!. zoo Guineas if -either 6i the t�fc3QcoI. 13* Guinea if cither of the 1q 3000I, 65'Guinea%if either of the aj roool. 32,Guineas if either of the 36 jool. 10 Guineas if either of the loo iool. 5 Guineas if either of the 360 50L I Guinea (being the whole Pur chafe Money) if either of the 15,500 20I. The above for the whole Time of Drawing, and the Premium, or PurohaJ* Money, to be returned if drawn a Priafe of Twenty^Pounds. All the firft and laft drawn Tickets, that are entitled to Benefits, are-iuemded. 16,038 Prizes, For Half a Guinea the Purchafer will receive juft half of the above Benefits, and the Premium, or Purchafe Money, returned if a Prize of Twenty Pounds. The Sloney for the Prizes will be paid as foon as drawn* . As many illegal Modes of adventuring have been offered to the -Public in former Lotteries, and, nq Doubt, wiU be in the prefent, it is become neeeflary to inform them (for their own Safety) that all the above Adventures are made out from the original Tickets, which; are lodged j& the Bank of England, agreeable to A& of Parliament^ which, renders them ftri&ly legal and indUputibly feeure; CkcumH^nces of the utmoft Confc^uence to the Public,'and, when fully' cadfidered, 4^. Stank ProcedentsTelafing to ther Office of Tuf-tice^ol th^ Peace, fettled by Dr. Burn, 11. 6a. � Quire for any of the Particulars on Paper, and j;. 6d. a 9�sec, tor.thc Parciune� B.,��gnizjtnjcei. . HORNSSiY- and CoiU LEGAL fiOiLiCIjES". All Plans, Policies, &c. not iffued as" HORNSjKT and Co.'* are, from -original Tickets, are iljj^al, and fender the Buyer as well as the Seller* liable, t* thw Penalty of: jpoi.ftor caathe Purchafer recover-the .Benefit of his Policy, therefore it hignly behoves the Public to be cautious whom th�y deal; with. . , STATE LOTTERY, 1780. Tlie whole ofthe Purchafe Money returned of drawn a Prize of aol. And if any Prize above aol,, in-either of the following Plans,, the Purchafer wiH immediately receive his Money^ and alfo a new Polky, giving exactly the fame Benefits for the Remainder of the DrAwing; fo tbat in Fact the Purchafer hath two Policies at the Price of one, iffued from original Tickets BY HORNSBY and Co. Stock Brokers, at No. ^.6, Cornhill; No. 16, Aldgate; and No. 11, the Corner of York Street, Covent Garden, who were the firft Perfons that iffued Policies from original Tickets,' thereby rendering them ftrictiy legal, and conformable to Act of Parliament, and arfo gave the Public an indifputable Security of receiving their Prizes, which many Thoufand Perfons can efor feveral paft Lotteries; they now therefore to be honoured with the fame Confidence, as they have adopted the-fametMode of Security, with the Addition of many peculiar Advantages, far fupe-ribr to any yet offered, which will evidently appear by perufing the following legal Plans: Legal Policy at One Guinea'. If either of the 20,oool. to 1400K If either of the io.ooel. ta 700k If either of the 5000I. to 350L If either ol the 3000I. to 2 tol. If either of the 20c�l. to 140I, If either of the loodl to 70!. If either of the tool, to 35I. If either of the lo' 1. ial. H either g{ the 50I. to 61. 6s. And if a aol. to il. is, being the whole of the Pmschafe Money. Afld as a farther Advantage to' the Purchafer oh the above .WalT, if the Policy is drawn any Prize whatever above aol. the Money for fuch Prize will tie immediately paid, atid a new Policy will then be given, entitling the Purchafer to the very fame Benefit foe the Remainder of the Drawing. The fame Advantage is giyen on all'the following Plans : Le^al Policy at Half a Guinea. If either ot the io,oool. to 700I. If either of the io.oool. to 350I. If either of the 5000I. to 1751. If ^either of the-joOol. to 105K If �itlier of the^aoool. to- 70I. If either 6f the'l'ocol. fa 35.I. If either of the 500I. to aql. If either of .the iool. tt> 5I. If eithe.r, of .die 50I. to 3I. f And if a. 20}. Vo 10s. 6d. being' the whole �of'trie Purchafe Money. . Legal Policy at S�i Shillings. If ekhcr of the 20,oool- to 350I. If either of the io,ooot. to 175I. If either of the-jool. to 87I. 10s. Jf either of the 3CJO0I, to 52I. lot. If either pf the*30ol. to 35I. If either of the foooh to 17U IOS. if ekhcr of the^ool. tb sol. IC/^Kher of the 100k to �!. ros. . If either, of the jol. to il. 10s. . And if a ad. to Six Shillings, being the whole of the Purchafe Money. Alfo legal Policies at Three Guineas and Two Guineas* affording every Benefit that can poflibly ba givenv with.undeniable Security. The Prizes on the above Plans will be paid in Money,, witliduf. any Deduction whatever, as foon as drawn, JTV firft drawn Tickets, on the firft fix Days, entitled to 50* Leach; the f"~& drawn for the next ftxDaysv ^titled to IoooL, each;the firft drawn on tie IJth and, 17 th Days, entitled to 2000I, eachj and the firft aratyHj on the 18th and 20th Days,-en^ ^tledto 30C0L eacb,-together ^vvith the laftr-drawn, are all included in the. foregoing Plans, which continue for. : ! The Whole of the Drawing. It it aeceflary to pbferve, that the Purchafers on the aboveiPlans have .equal Benefits in Font Hundred and Sixty of the Capital Prizes (there being only 53$)-with the Purchafer of a Half, Quarter, ; Eighth, or Sixteenth Share, which eoft nearly double the above Srtm�� -  Capital .Prize* fold and ihared by Horn&y and Co. 10>00pL in CojcV Mdfeum. Lottery; I774; 5000I. in 17.76; 10,0001. in 1775; ,20,0001. in 1778; 56oel. mr776; befides feveral Prizes of -aooet-ioeeL- and^ocil. Among which, 'ifl~,th�S"kft Lottery, wae a ioocl. No. 687 z, which was fold in Palicies by Hornsby and Co. and the'Rtcclpt of theCrihWr of thcBank of England' msry be feen at any Time at No. 26, Cornhill. In the laft State Lottery, HORNSBY and Co. paid upwards of Eighteen Thoufand P�unds to the Purchafers of their feveral P ans.-And in 1778, they returned a Ticket for Infurance, No. 2813, Which vras foon after drawn a Prize of 20,0 ol. - The Tickets and Shares of TicketSj Chances and Shares of Chances, are^ibld and divided into Halves, Quarters, Eighths" and Sixteenths; and regiitercd. at 6d. per Number. Country Correspondents, by remitting good Bills of a ihort Date, will immediately have their- Oixkrs executed. if'-fr\t Prtcc Threepence. QIR AH^TON tE-y"E!fi.'> C^ej^lta&^i M ^J. ope? _eyeryj)ay (Sunday eYctpjtedJ- from' Tefl Speeditj nuill be pitbbjhed, THE Ancient and Modern HISTORY of the BRETHREN ; or, a Aiccioct Narrative of the Proteftaht Church of the United Brethren, or * Uriitas Fratrum,*- in the remoter Ages, aud particularly ia-the prefent Century. Written by D AY I DC R A NT Z, Author of. the Hiftory of Greenland. Now trariHa^ed in^o Englifli, with Emendations ; and *' piibliftied with' Tome additional Notes, By BENJAMIN LA T R O B E. �\* The Accounts given of the Church of\Bre-^ir.en -having been very different, and the Mifrepre-fentations ot their Do^ruie and'Practice very nume An Annual TSmiTyTicket, Hire Gul�ea�-1 an' mud Ticket,'Two Guineas* and *-,Q�a*^)jf Tieki One Guinea. Single Admiffieo, Five Shilllil^S ' Three-pence. \ lome of themoft; diftini^iilhed Perfonages fo'r Rahk^ Character, and C.onfequence, in thefe Kingdoms^ befides the great Quantity of Policies purchafed bjj Societies, private Families, and Individuals, not cuiry for their own private,LI& arid.Emolument, but like? wife as a> cheap and genteel Prefent for their Friend^ and Acquaintance, either inJTcwn or Ccomtry. 1^ is at the parficillar Defire of a numerous Body of trite v abovementioned Purchafers, and in Gratitude for inf numerable Marks of the public Approbation, that MeiT. JOHNSON and Co. have formed, for this Year's Adventurers, the following very advantageous Plans, which for Extent of Benefit, Cheapness o� their Purchafe, and certain Security of 'Payment^ . may claim the Superiority amji Preference with thjB, judicious Purchafer, to any of the Kind ever, offered to the Puhlic, and are as follow : ..v A legal Policy, Price TWELVE SHILLINGS* entitles the Purchafer to ,�. Four Hundred Guineas if the Number is the Fa*. Dmvnbrrthc grft'Day... .  And if drawn as ejcprefTed oh the Policies, Three .Thoufand Gui-neas if either of the 2 aooool* One Thoufand Guinea! & e;thsr of the a looool, : Five Hundred Guineas if either of the 3 5000I. Two HundreH Guipeas if citber of the 8 2000L. One Hundred Guinea? if either of the 16 loool. Thirty Guineas if .either of the 30 5o61� . Ten Guineas if either of the' ioo iool." Five Guineas if either of the, 360 50I. And Two Guineas if a, 20I. Prize on. the laft D,ay-,of Drawing. . Twelve Hundred- Guineas if the laft drawn Numbcfr on the laft_Day of Drawing. And to all the Purchafe Money if drawn a aol. Pri�4 on the firft Day of Drawing. , � . So thai Adventurers >->.ve the Chance of all the. above Capitals muth'chtape'r than ever offered to tfl^ Public. A Policy, Pfiee: 9 ix Shi Hi ngs^ entitles the .Per* chafer to half th�_sbove 3^��ntSr and a Three Shilling Policy to one Foursh of the jioove Benefits. And the other thr^p Claffcs, >P�ce. only* pt|p Guinea, entitle the Purchafers to every Prize in th* Lottery from 20 ^xxjI; to 20L ... ... Half Share, ifiued from *S8ateTseket 6 1$-r 9 Quarter ditto - �" ^- 396 Eighth-dilrto -.1 15 .p ' Sixteenth ditto . - O il O ' All Order* from the Country by Poft, Stfcge Coaches, or Carriers, carefully forwarded without any additional Expence, as foon. as paid for,, and a reafonable Abatement uiade to Clubs, Families, Shop keepers oc Individuals in Town or Couptfy, ^wha order a Lot of twelve. Notes or Drafts, payable ia Loudon, at a fliort Di*te, taken in Payment. �. %�* Be careful to obferve, that the policies, afe fignedE. Johufon,No, 4, Liidgate-feiU,. in prdar Sm prevent inferior Imitations from other Office-keepej* being deliwr�d in their Stead. ' , \ � Uni�tdf it: pablijhtd, Elegarltly printifd, adorned- with Culs, in-swo V�!t� Prii!�, the E*il� Fiftulas, Piles, pimpled Fact:*, long continued lnflaai� mttion of tht Eyes, Blbqus Choi�( St. Anthoni's Fire, Scorbutic Gout and' Rheumatifai, and other Diforder arifing from a Fou|n ' * ;