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   Public Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 4, 1784, London, Middlesex                                lb R U R Y :'; "fc'lK ft A J E ST Y 'V. Compute AT ^HThc�� Rbya! in Drury- �lfce> To-morrow will be prefented The . G A M ES T E'R. - tewfon fc^r Mr. Breretont i :    'jteflff'lAT. AICKIN t   . � fcrt^t, Mr. R. ^tlreer': i>i*ttd. Mis PhUlhnore: "iftertiyi lAv Palmer t Charlotte bjrrMr*. Brere^on t �rf Mrs. Bpfetly, Mft. SIDDONS . *To which will be added The I BJL&tl   W I DOW. ;      ..        WWUlrfiiMr. LARSONS:' Sir Patrick O'NeaTe,       Moody i Kephr�infthr.'�iiP�lmtr.: Bate*, Mr. Wrighten: .Thermal, Mr, Barton v keckfcy, M�. Dodd > Ao^thiiWidow BftuJy, iltJitft Epilogue Sdnj, Mn. WELLS* Irfd �f "Aft t.ror tHi Free, a Dtnee called The 1RIS& FAIR, by' Mr. \Villiaafan> and Mifs M. -SiaeeJdoirV'   *:/        ' 'r' . Boxes 5�i ttt Galkry i'tf "Upper & tilery i s. Place* fortbt'SbypV'be attn'of Mr. Fofbrook. at the StaBrttor,. The DoorrwiH b^op^nedatWaff'affer Fivt. To Vegln at H�tf ttter Six. ^ant Rex & Regins OnTrwrfl�y;Tlie'pt,A*^ESTiNE MARRIAGE. Xord OgKbjr by Mn Kmg^-�AJ'iSew Comedjr And a JJallad Farce tic fif ^rppiratiojj, and wHl-fpeedilf be Jief/oclnea.    '""i- "   -'" V   VV ~W      ftR.U'Qtri�R .:."-'-'       1 t   J�&L�R'.s . WELLS,^itr% ^ will be prefented tjje dual Di^erfiifasi'confift-' a great Variety of    Si. \       '�[ * BySKIfc Efeylej'JSbFox, Mr. Lowe".Mr, Hptryman; {(J  � B'tarndtt, and Mifs Burrie^T1 * . J K   �oif�his Nfehi, tbc two faV fhe1fcM'6F%7^Tfoipsr'' J " LikewiCe This Eyeninp lhi.pleafin��xl*16kion of  K The   O "M B R E �  O rTl NO 1 S E- 3 -in Many Gomir Or, A Mafical The RI (The" G,      . WHUahrTdn; BrnguierJ ntcr �M   ,\- tl � Or, A P  New Drcfle*,' Mufic, h      n. e r Aig^rs. lie*,'Mufic, p.xs^ry, and:Michinery, ibiting a llrjKi..^, V:e\y of Algiers. . j A'Maauet', dahc-. Tov two Horf-r." tailed!  � )   - . fe. the Cottrfa of -the' EvenrrlgV Enferralnmeot ''will i�,3Kfwted, the. #rt^�mg Exhibition of     ' ' . Tfie  X>,ANA} NG.OO Q Sf -       By Sieur'-SCALlOQNI,        . . . in , For this Nij&t cmlyy The MASTIFF" DOG" will : i   BALI^PON isw>peBea"4t Ltfaaidif'&fiaittd^i ^'Call��r'*,Hai,'lh^'WiB^iii ILrtEofd&ire; ^odia* every eipBQffl(rart^'Jtoagh eyer -ib Grilling or minute^ -is kitfxf^Bg^j^e^^fp^ "'fleiSetf wftli" a 'great ihd imp0|J^^/^CTj}tB|� -Placet for the Bozc* to be taken of Mr. Brandon, at the Stage Door. The Doors will be opened at Half pari Fire.  To begia a*. Half pan Si*. , '    -  VivaofRex & Begins. On Wedncfday, Mrs. A^lngton will make her (irft Appearance in fl e P(art if Cha lotte", in the revived Comedy of The HYPUCRI te, (alterec! from Cibber'j Nonjuror, jmd JLhz Tartu ffe of - Mo'ierre.) "Dr> Cantwell, Mr. Aickin'J Col, Lambrrt, Mr. Levins; Sewaid, Mr. Fairenj.Sir John, Mr. Hu'l ; Maw-worm, Mr. Ed win ; D'arnley, Mr. Wroughton; Old Liiy Lambert, Mrs.-Webb ; and i ady Lambert, Mrs. Eate*--On  Friday,  the Comic   Opera of The DUENNA.-The jift new Opera of ROBIN HOOD, ;s neceflaiily poflponed 'till next Week. N E W   MUSI C. ]uit puWifoed by LONGMAN, and BRODERIP� No. z6, Chcapfide, and No. i3,Haynia*rket, viz. HAYDN's favourite Concerto for the HarpCchord or Piano Forte, Price 5s. Gior-uani's Grand Leflons, op. 31ft, 7*. 6d. Sterckel's (UttOj Op. 17, Bobk the ad, 7s. 6d. New- and com' plcte Inflruftions for the Piano Forte Guittar, by Signor Ghillini di Affuni/os.-The Bath Pack of Cotillons, ad CoUc<&ion,;4S*i The Nofegay, fjng b^-Mis. Kennedy, at Vauxhall, Is. 6d. with the other favourite Songs fung thjs Scafon. by Mrs. Kennedy, Mr. Arrowfmith      ' " Tumbling, Rbpe.Vaultir.^^ and^ Ef:^-rti.Hip\entsrof the like Kind, by- a Group� of capiBl Performers.' By Dcfire, 'ffh*T�jrldr toding-tri-Breo'tfeU-d, Sad the Exhibition of the LittlejCerijuring Horfc . The Fvr/rY rf'tr   nnooi/i�i�r       �n � *      and a Band ... A new Pantomime, called 1; 1" �'''  �HARLEQUIN, EMPEROR of. th&MOON. With new. Scenes, Dreffes? Mufic, anil Dcov rations. The Paht'otnime to conclude witn a Grand Pro-ceffion, Dancing,-a fall Chorus, and a beakllfnrRe-prefentation of the'Mood. - -The"Trrh61e to conclude "With new FIREWORKS.. Boxes 3s.   Pit Is. 6d.   Gallery is. The Door* to be opened at Half pall Five.   To begin aZ Half paflrSix. N. B. Mr. Aftley begs Leave to. inform the-Nohi-lhy', Gentry, and othri% thar, dttring his fliort Stay in England^- he � and Aififtaurts wi0 attend every Morning,'from Nine foTwclve, for thePurpofc of inftruciing mare fi^eedily Ladies and Gentlemen the .true and fafe Method to Ride, and a complete Management of the Horfe;-^-Terms, One Guinea and One Shilling for Six Ltffons. ' D V T Y' on'J H O R $-$r S;       . _ ._  . - Stamp-Office,Sept. 23,1784. HIS Majefty'sC&mmiflroners for managing thc^tariifTjiities dpihipreby give NoQce, lliat by an Ac? of the laft SelDon of Parliament for-gtant-ing certain iDutieJ on, Horfes, and ori Licences' to,be taken out by Dealers therein, it is enacted, That^i Perfgns  Pladdb, an/thi' p'die Devil.   - ' _^ Signor PUcido will jump'otv rite Rope Over1* Garter five Feet hi^h^and will jump tlic 'Franvplin' thro' a Shower pi fire:. .   - . > To conclude' wiui the lafl new Entertainment called ; ThV -S H 1 � VV7     E C K.i Or, HARLEQUIN. OLD LEO?andthe SAVAGES. In which will be irftroduced Cvyiit conllderable. In*, prbvements) the celebrateil,Scene of . .f'til'ALI A N   S H A D Q W. Botes- 3�. 64.   Pit as.    Galiirv is. The Door? to be opened ^Ha^f paft.Fiyc c'.Clock, anJ the ^fetformances begin at HaJf paft Six. /; ', Tickets to be had of Mr, Meunie, 'at _flo. 16, Iflington Row,' nearly oppofitc- the Coach-way, "iadler's.WeHs;.Mr^ Bruguicf, No'/'f3, G^Orge's--court, Red-lion-ftreet/Cieikonwell; likewife^ricktts andPlacea f^r'tlieJSoxcs U)bi taken.at the W ca:h Song of _____ ______ Acinus of the Mountains of Baktgate, rs. and Va-ri�y of new Publications for the Harpfi ^o!t capiul Maftcrs. N.B. Organs, Harplichords [liz-al Piano"Fortes, Goittars, hmd, (        � - -     ' oft'-rcd ayment thp Harpfichord, by the a-   -   -----~~ """v vi.giuic i cnustnan inoic rarely 1) 1 d� ^e^Public .through tht Channel of the J--iiiy 1 apers, as Payment is not Immediately, re- , Piano Fortes, orga- ____vju.it.us, &:. new and fecond- ^-md, on much more eligihleTcrms than thofc lately ouired, but Time allowed for fufficicnt Trial to determine the Merit of the Inftruaients, and if nofc approved, vi ih ue exenanged till the Purchafer is tho-fJJ^hly fatibfied which is an Object worthy Attention.. Alfo Inftxuniehts lent ont, conveyed and tuned in Town^ami tountry' on the (hor'tefl Notice, and if purchafed and paid for within fix Months, the Hire w'li be abated. Several exceeding fine-toned fnftru-r-isntj by Kirchman, Shudi, Polnman, Z ttmp, and � An Organift wanted to go to America. WeHminlier, or within the Weekly Bill* ofj Morta I lity, or wjthin the Borough ^f .Soijthwarjt, ..who, fhali keep a Horfe or- Horfes'11tttc: to thtT Doties herein  after   mentioned,   (hall, witRin -rTwcnty Days after the; a^th of Septembef Inftarit, _-giva Notice* in Writing at the Stamp-Office in London of the Number of Horfes kept and wfed by them, and of the Parifh orPlate-wheVeclic^ refide^^t the^ 1 f^nie Time paying the- refpacCviTJaties impnt3ur!e'with a" Suwrb: TIREWORK, \    ......   -    By isignoF ROSSI. ^.Boases^.  Pit as*., Gallery js.   � > -PMce^y^r'.gnxr* to bcukccwjf JW^T^WWjjJpn^; at the Circus in St. George's Fields. The Doors to be opened at.Half pafl Five, and the Performances to1 begin at Half paft-Sht o'Clock. To prevent Confufion, it is reqLfefted the Ladies and Gentlemen will order their Coachmen .10 fet down ynd take up with their Horfes Heads towards 'the Turnpike'. Vivant Rex k Regina. HAT      TAX. Stamp Office, Sept. 17, 17&4. I S  Majefly's Comir.iffioners for managing the Stan- \ Duties do hereliy give Kotxc, 'i'ha the NEW sTAMP DUTIES UPON H       commence on the ad of October next, when the undnni.mioned Rates are to be paid : For ey-cry l.i.snce to fell Hats by R-tai!;   within   the  Cities of ,  I>ondi;n  and   We^lmintter,  or . within the JCiflance of the Biffs  of Mortality, or within the Bo-! rougli of Southvvark, 1 For the fame in any -jther P-irts of tbe Kingdom, ---- For every Hat not exceeding the Vatot of Fonr Shillings      - m the City, that a ^KjCTRIP^Cl4l ened for Mr. LUNARD1,: not odly�a�ai Teftimony.of their Appr^^tlon of Jfei� Merit��dt,tP' derray trie Etpences of his firft:"Voya|e,ia^f. GOte ; Ap-eads for - the Adwutagii taken 'ey~tlM^Mj@^.. bonrhood^jf tbcf Artillery Gtrqnnd on tfe-Day^ofeiOi . Afcentr'tnat S^bfcriptions are accordiagfy,0�$ge��t" the following Piacesy vvi�.       iVew. Uoy*'s* ffee-houfe f and atthe^PanJbijpn.V II ^ i a i ' Ali'LaUer?, .Meffages, &c. intended ,for MryLar nardi, 'are to be left at his Hptde, No 6, Po^uid-flreetj'-eJ at die Pantheon; '   �       ; ^"      '' ' ThtjjjPanrheon will;be. opened froto Bighi ii'the Morningrttli Daijc    -      -r/"     'jrn*- "1 ** Admittance to the Pant*iepn..pne. S^j*lin^.�� .   To be � O L D by ptH^t^Cmiim^ -f% .Freehold Eftate, cajlea Gannerfbtffcy Farm, in the Parifhes of A�tan and Ealing,;-in;tbe Goniity* of Middlefex. ^ conufting of a good Farm-:Hcmfe, With fpaciqus Out-buildin�s, all in good Repair; together � ' with 236 Acres of Arable, Meadow/'and|Faftnre ; Land, all in a Ring Fence.' : The.Situation is delightful, being �h the-Srirnrrut I of a-graduai Afceat, of about Haifa Mile frcpa t^j-1 treat Weftern Road, commanding a mqli- "esttng ; five and beautiful Profpeci, .with a Yiew_,o�thC) 1 River Thames, Ls about fix Miles from London, -one MHe from Brentford, and Half� Mile from -Acton*. The Farm is .well flocked, and Poffeffibn  may*�)it ' had immediately, if.defircd. - - v t.- � - For Particulars apply to Meffr3f Alien aod.Whitcs 1 Attornier, Clement's Inn, London. ' *" ' H � the Public Adrcrtifer. -  S    T    A     G OF M.DCC.LXXXl"f: :- N' CnticifihV.ai. vernment, aU".iay6uf-itifrn muft'be^^^u, *' CitizensbFtirgBtstge,!^. therefore^we      inp^Tj m'Go-; tres, mcifl: tvillhigly- i�hb axe duly authorized by the Cornrniflioners for the like Purr pofesY- - By Order of the Comrniffioners, i JOHN BRETTELL,- Sec.   i She had all Ae'V^rae' ' of " the okt School,"-a little Quih in peti .: ticoats-with a figure fomnrrblethat it was  : loft almoftin'a pnvate apafrtmcnt, {T/o thii ! folemn "chant of tragedy,"; an1 enefwas . put by" Mr. Garrick.-To his mann'er-'-Mrr.-' ' Siddons has added the charms offigirre*and the graces of deportment-ihe Rvjjt of our ' fcene.    -   -' The refinement of modern days Teqnires;, this iriiprovemenr.   In Tall her tragrcvena* " ;-~f" rasters Mrs. Siddons preiettts to yOtithe'veryr>r^ " fefril'and figure" of tragedy:-jtfiJK, - A':-perfon the mod eonrmahdir\g; gneeftil ah8T1 i rr>ournfiSl aiftion, a ftep perfwly ctfaffiliaW'*' |r and a countenance fo expreffire, ahfJy> Iiiuc^^ . at her will, that fhe abfohitely ipea|s*"beforfi; * the tongue, and MTvhaj: ilie repmf/a&i.*^ .;"J~',r In her voice however liiere'are'fs^tt/^rati^^'t fhe knows it. --Foi* -tw^-iiys- 'fhfmAv&'Hxf^ exprefs � wds'be aMfV't&Mtiy&^tfM-:i aAd then fobftituted her'own- maitnertl ^ftar frbm choice, but neceffity.   Tfiis-4 f* fact.^ not generally known. - '� -"ssif.-cp^-? As a coraie aclrefs, Mrs; ^Sididbns�hte&jti&*:'i ' a "jot -of*merit-"-We haw-^tt?x^itt^^ -fome parts, and fhe" met ttet^v^^iv^ttffl^^* ... folaldry applUiife-^and" thofe who; rria^'iB^ -  * have been her auditors at Bath oHrr^qljU^ -may- perhaps remember the Ep'3ogi�liS?i ^ fpoke to Mr. HtiH's tragedf of s*'-tK*t*ISEa?#?. ;; Interview."  The plafy>-.the- cbhiicrepflogilei^ anjd the tragic manner of.her,'ft^afetfg''itJ*sv   ' werfr-^hree x�f-the moft/mournful-and i\&&*rj-1  alerted things vp. our remembrance?1;'"--'''fW?' \ uv �'. As a tragic performer, n-a^y'ft^n^^Tyqi^ net every  pdwer^but fhe never 'calS'life-1'5*^^ cojmic actfeft.--We hope, fhe 7wiffrts6^'i6'df^ /' " aifertion for. proof, and nevfr put her abili-* ties to any other teft.   

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