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   Public Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 15, 1784, London, Middlesex                                titer* y .ri^ft l^^-T^r^obef/is,;. 1784..;., D R 0 R f   LAN �. iy_0  E SIR*. Bf hW MAJESTY''Company.   .�> AT th� Theatre Rpjif in Drury Lane, To-morrow vrifl: b�V*fet*e4 n The   G A ME St E R. .fimrly,; Mr.fcEltfBii i' ' Ltwfon'Ey M*� Brereton: Jarn^'Mr. AlC&ift �' Bate*, ATr.r Palmer t Davrfn," Mr. Phillifrore * SfaJttJy, Mr. Palmer: Ckirlohc "By Mrs. "Brereton-1  And itfri; Bererly,-Mr�. SlDDOKS.-io which wih tie added the Vtufkal Entertainment of The  Q^U A KE R..... Steady, Mr. BAttNJSTER; . sbionwn, Mr. parsons j Eafyy ~Mr. "WR ItJBTEN} Ld)tn, Mtj SUETJlj.   . *.'..-� fciilian,2tfifs FIELD ; Cvuly, Mrs, LO VBj- -Aad Fioretta,,MmWRKmTEN. ," Boxes 5*. Pit 31. Firft-Gallery m. Upper Gallery I�. Placet for the BoX�s to-St taken of Mr^ Foilfffloki it the Suge Door.* The Doori will, ^opened at halt after Fi*�. 7 To begin *t Half aftr-r'Sur. Viiint Rex SdRegiw The Gentleman wbo laft Night njide ,ias jaftiAp-j pejrance on the Stage, ia the Gh�r&cter of Young! Meadows in LOVE IN A VILLAGE, was�criped,| by a very crowded Houfe, with the mod unbounded' Applaufe; then ft of the Frrformanrewji honoured by repeated Plaudit*, and will be performed again on Thurflay, on which Account the new-Cpniedy of DECEPTION is obliged to be defr^d till the fie-j iinaing of the following Week.-^On Monday (for the i& Time thefe two Years) The SCHOOL FOR' SCANDAL, with the Pjfloral Opera of The GENTLE SHEPHERD---A new Ballad Farce called The SPANISH RIVALS, will be produced as fooa a� poffible; as will an After-piece, with Mufic and Machinery, called ARTHUR and EMMELINE, altered from the Mafque of King Arthur. COTE NT   GARDEN. The  FIFTEENTH  NIGHT. AT the Theatre I<       in Covent- Garden, This Day will be piefer.tei _ ROBIN    HOOD; Or, SHERWOOD   FOREST. With new Mufic, S.-�nes, and Dreflcj, The princrpaf Clrarafteu by Mr. JOHNS TONE Mr. Da?!es, Mr. Quick, Mr. Edwin, Mr. Wilfon, Mr.- Brett, Mr. Cubitt, Mr. Darley, Mifi Wheeter, Mr*. Martyr, Mrs. Wilfon, And Mr*. BANNISTER. The new Mafic and Accompany menu to thi adapted Airs by Mr. Sh eld. The Overtore by Mr. Baumgarten. The Wordi of the f ongs to be had at the Theatre. To which -will be added TRISTRAM SHANDY. -Mr1. Shandy, Mr. HULL; Corporal Trim, Mr. EDWIN; JTocjor Stop, Mr/Wewitxet; Obad!ah, Mr. Feirohj Uacle Toby, Mr, Wilfon; Widow Wadra'an, Mrs. Morton ( Sufannah, Mrs. WILSON. Bo*ei 51. Pit 3�. FirfVOallery j�. Upper Gallery 11. Placet for the Bores to be tairen of Mr. Brandon, at the Stage Door. The Doors will be opened at Half paft Five. To kegia a: Half paft Six. Vlvant Rex ic Regina. The retired Comedy of The HYPOCRITE, was performed <� Wedneftjy Eveving to a moll fp'endjd and crowded Audience, with great Applaufe. Mrs. Abington will appear again in the Cea:aeler of Charlotte on Wednefday next.-On Mon'ay next will be revived the Tragedy of CYMBEL1NE. Pofthuraus, Mr. Hendeifin; lachimo, Mr. Wroug'iton ; CJoren, Mr. Quick \ and Im^gtnJ'MlfiYounge being their firrt Appearance in thofe Characters. To *hich will be added the favourite Comic Oyera of The POOR SOLDIER__On Thuifday Mr. Macklin villi perform (tor the ift Time this-Seifon) the Part of Sir Pminax M Sycophant, in his Comedy of The MAN if the WORLD.-A young Gentleman, who never kelb'.e appea'ei on any Stage, will make his firft Attempt in one of Shakfpeare's principal Characters, on Monday the 45th inft.-A new Opera, in Three Ac"h, a new FaKe, and a new Comedy, are in Preparation. Price TKr^peftce. ROYAL    CIRCUS. THIS Evening  will   be prefented   a Burlctta called The   VILLAGE   CONJURER. HORSEMANSHIP,   by Mr. HUGHES and PUPILS. Dancing by MelTrs. Laborieand Fiin, the two Mifs Simonets, and others. To which will be added a new Pantomime called The VICISSITUDES of HARLEQUIN. In which will be introduced the favourite Balloon Song by Mr. Ca �' To prevent Confufioo, it is requeiled the Ladies snd Gentlemen will order their Coachmen to fet down and take up -with their Horfcs Heads towards' the Turnpike. "     �--'�,�>.� Vlrant Rex & Regina-. - Mr. BLAJfCHAftD-*** AIR J3A3LMH^JUii fL ING VESSEL, to.afc^v^nuwtaw,^"!^^ Inliapt;.-    '        * , " .Vy^^BLAt^CHARI?      the Honour i iVl X� acquaint tbelJc^lSy^ Gentry, That He � . pripafes tooafee^^m^g tfie Atm'ofpheTe (^ornp*-nied by an Englifh Gentleman) from the .Royal jC^-lrtary Asaderny at iittlo. Chetfew^ tomorrow thje leithJnftftnt'.'betyifceh the HourSjXjf Tea and Twelve, if tht:W%arlierpermit. . \.    :' " : Mr. lichee having liberally snacle a-^ratttitorjs Of> teg 6i his ettcnfnnr and cc^niodi>UB.Premjfesj - Mr. BJanchard has determined, in ordfr to. gratify .the Curiofitrbf the. Public in geoeral^td fix we Price of Tickets At H"alf a Guinea. .Frve Sf^ffifigji ^nd Half -a Cr�w%t;"and thofc^ftmvtalrtadffu^ftari^eTlOTie Gniotaf' may receive, anetber Ticfcei of-Adtniffibni. Tickets, may be had. at the following Bookfeller�,^viz^ > Mr.Baldvfin, PatetHiofter-r-ow'j; Mr. faulder^ond* ftreet;' Mr. Debrett, Pic^acUliy; Mr.Babb, Oxfofd-ftreW j'at Oarraway'&Coffi�e-'Houfe, and Tom's ana Union cCfefree-houfe6 in die City; the 'Mounti 'Grof� i venorJJretJths Greoian, DevEEeunCotrrt, Temple J ' Wood's JFIot^i,,- Pi atza, Covent-gartfcn;. at~Mr. A- J dams/s^flp|Iaaa,.^cit-ibeet;,andthe'Pfcca iof Ex-. hlbitfcM; P^Fl-itnali'.' Mr. ilancherd-means-to be as etaci as'poflible tcf the Hour of Afcanfioh^ as he- wilhes after having: made ievrral Evolutions and Manceuiixes in View of his Spefta.totfi, to. extend his Journey as. far as the] Day and the ^tata of "the Apparatus.wiU admit.      \ ' .' Mr^r/oche^^^ernJf?sl'have 'the ptfculiar'Advarri-itage df forty.^fp^ious-Apartrnents,.front ejther'ofl . which.tlie Expecinaerits may be' feeatwith'-trie- greait-; ^cfl SatUfaclioa, and? wit\i as much Cotryeniencc asj from a private Houfe.       ; ,    . .   < j ^ ' Thofc-vvH'o' take out Half' G'dit'ea Tickets . may! �have theTrivilegje of being admittedinTb'oiie of the,' Apaitnaents.r^-^-Pleafe :to apply co Mi*. Hor-; ter, No. 53, Ocat Marlhoretjgh-ftrcet; and-'Mr.^P.; M'Mahon^No. 89, Haypiarkct.      ', ...... i D U IL\ Y   on,, H..O .R S E-^,- ." S:amp-0^c'e,iSep't,.^j,j'j7.p'4.l HIS Majefiy*sCoairaiffionjers f U K. Ten Shillings. yet In- EL   in   HYDE   p A R Tits   Day   it   fublijbtd. By   A-UTHORITY, Price 6d. A few on fine; Paper, Price od. THE TRIAL of the Honourable Colonel �COSMO' GORDON, for the wilfnl Murder "c?f Colonel THOMAS, it", R Duel at Hyde-patk, the 4th-�f September,' 17-S3, who was tried on Eriday 1 Septerhbe* ij, 1784, at-theSeffions-houfe in the Old 3ailey,  aBd acquitted,   containing  the Conufei's Speech-on opening the Cafe, giving an Account of the Origin of the Difpute, and the Opinions of the r Hort.<. Juftke Gould, the Hon. Mr. Baron Fyra,' and tbe Hon. Mr, Baroj- Hotham, on a Queflion -winch arofe j as alio the Charge to the Jury. - Taken in Sbbrt-hand by E..HODGSON", Profeffor "of Short-haai._ and Short-hand writer to-the SerHoria^/'he Old Bailey. Sold by J. Walmfley, .No. 35, Chancery-Line; and S. Bladon, Pater-noiler Row. ;:.N. B... Alfo publihed This. Day, r.nd may be had as above, the reinarkabl- Triuis ol . lenry JVInrgan, whowa, 'rcaited for ths Murder of Mr. Lhiton;: . William Sterenfoii, /uj- Murder; and Eliza brth Curtis, ^br tbe-Murder of h-;- Ba:fard Child, who were acquitted; . together .v. 1.1 the Trials of Gep.-j�: ; Drilmajond, for robb,.u^-tae Earl of Cleriaont; uiid 23 othtr capital Convids, who received Sentence of Death. ... sgj* Mr. Hodgfon continues to teach Short-hand yen an mjprbved-Pla*, (wlwch is One-third fhortcr than any extant}, in four Jenons enly, and takes 'lYiaU, &c. with the greateil Accuracy, and copie* therij,- with peculiar Difpatch, on reafonable Term?. � ''"A niwEdition of hi* Treatife on Short hand T&jtfx publilhed, Price as; 6d. To \tfe .Printer of tbe Public Advertifer. AM one of :thofe people who �vvifh to know �who thofe genlemen are who ftile themfelves, in . your paper of yefter-.. (lay, Agents-far the Amz-r'tcan    J^oyolijis,     and whea and  by "whoih they were appointed, as I never could leafn upon what authority they a&ed. $eed: I am not now to learn that there are men who a flume that title, but I am con-^de-tft tke'y have no claim.'to it by thegene-ral'ccnient of the L'oyalifts, who-alone are ihterclted in the appointmentof their Agents, ^and ought td fee that they "are-men of independent principles,   and :who   are not - merely Kired &v the Mihifter for the pur-' pofes of bfiini) .'n^ a truit on which depends-ihe happinei's or tlioufands,. as well as the national honour and credit. . - To-men. whofe bread, depends upon-Hhe finiles of thofe in power, I daw- fay thofe publications, or any publications dating the. diilreiTes"''of the Loyal tits," and of which they complain.as imprudent, muftgive ofrence, %S tliey are not calculated to do honour to their friends and fupportcrs, who now have the adriaruJiratictff.of the government of this unhappy country, and who have withheld fupport:irom the nien. their councils have betrayed.; for.furely whatever thefe agents may receive,, and whatever reafonsthey ma_y have (and tlrong ones they have no doubt for their confidence in thj Miniitry;) yet they will not preiume to call thofe partial and fcanty allowances proper fupports for people who', have lived in Independency and affluence ; allov.*ances indeed that are infamous to. the giver,, and painful to the receiver, who muff confider them rather as infuks to his feelings and mifery, than as the effufions of tliat magnanimous and generous fpirit that once gave this nation a majefty equal to the fplendour of anciMit Rome, and which in the courfe of a very few yea*-s (he..has loft by councils of temerity and rafhnefs, :to fay no woxfe of them.   But the page of hi (lory will unfold a tale that temporal and local circumftances now conceal, and expofe in proper colours thofe monlters who  have difmembered   the   empire,   and   caufed thoufands to feek their bread in defolate I places.- v:: � 1  Haunanityiand. fourxd policy requires that* , juftice mould have been done td theunhappy j I^yalifti^Tcrrnifrcim-i thew native- hbrfies, , many of them from their paternal farm?, fome.fxom very.fuperj,or, and ra,that�boii�-'try, fortunes that enahled them to live l^ke. PliftCes, and ali iof them1 fVdni prbfeffiohs that.fupported them in affluence (fir it was-a"Happy^country)"     ii^ger,v'ellt, a^pairifiil exilfence, to fuffer extreme wauT^and to^be j infultfed by theif^iflipatieht' ^creditors*, ''and---j thrown into gaols, or what is full as bad,, if not,wc^i"ev hpurty fippreheftftve-ofkiVenl;r' To;wl�6tm are they, to a^ly_j�flfefh'wlabTrr erx-.pecl relief, but .from tne^Sfds �bT a; j>ro-, teamg.ScrwraiOTi ^o'whWft^p&rib'n^rid government they have made all their'facrii]ces, arid:upDa* vvhofe ^.ofal Jpftfifiife* 'they ^rtriii"---pe�bmgXy relied ?-Promifes made to die public both by his Mtfjeity's CUTinnjitlpiiers^nd his prc^laraations-^^dicfp^i^-fticH ^�^'�{'�-c liieLoy?lffts^rtn^re4y,�fTV^^raB.^^ to thofe-feari; tfaC^tltikieii ftn'ingtifcm&Ms Agents at the Brthfij Cojfce-hyufe exprefsj for it lation (1 mean trie virtuous partftif the ua-:ton)-^al4 ftiffdr-TifcK SBrcifcl?.*" pVoMfe :o^afs,un"p9niflietr>/j.an^of mmiuloner^aw ajtd-geth^f ffiehdly, though but fe.ac|ngly,'3if-pbfcid--to" do the Loyaliils juithc-r^pueiy jujike1 they fa.y-to, their meritf. dtutfoffu Off fbs one hand, and to t/je public heeffptiii fnjhe otfert that is, while they acknowledge the -njerit-and loffes, they will plead the -public"^ne-ceiTky, to jufiify them for their .refufin�~ea-reimburfe Uiem : though "the fpeedter this is done the better, a-; it may. remove, thbfe hopes that they have foolifhly indulged* enable them, while they can, to depar|.,to fome foreign country, where they may h^y* an opportunity of getting-bread* Thanks to Lord Sh-lk;irnc> he has tajgtt; care to effectually-bar" its of America-^ I mean thofe parts of it that afford anjr-prdf* peel of advantage to this country/ afl'djn which induftry might find a reward*  - The GendemeB-/^w/j may fuppreis.their fears-they are grpundlefs--and pay no,compliment tothe prefent Mliniftej, as thje,y:.VfBre intended to dp, for obvious, tliough'.fejffih purpofes: For I muffc tell, thofe Geatlemejn Agents that the ..illuminated Miniftef,  TyhjO-helped.Lord Shelburjie to the .blefled pea<;o we now enjoy, and facriiiced the immense fertile Louiliania to it, has,too much equanimity to refent upon, all, the crimes of a few. " Thofe publications, however juft, are to be considered as the ails of the LoyalifEs no more than you are their Agents ox .B^tsi-fen ta tires. If the delicate ears of thole ielf-created Agents are hurt by .the fiatement of any .of their Conflituents loffes, as they call theqi,'I pity them; for in a very little time.tbiags will be publilhed of a more alarming naturej and though thofe. things, Or .-gapers, may owe their publication' to the intemperate ^ zeal of one L'oyalift,-yet it WQ*ld be a� of great'inJHfticek of thofeiwho:are fn power to puuifli tiie whole^bddyibr his mjfconducl. There are however ia'^ie'handsof $ome men of that deferiptirjft,' letters and orders "ttfar. humanity would blufli to own, and which they fiod' themfelves verrysHmcb terbpteS fa publifh,�"whtch- wUlconrince'thE'WOTld froffi \vfeoce the- infamous and partSal cbmlaglai ticsos and. deyaltatictns art' Virgijiiia^iigii natcd^ '.",�� . *   ��.  -'""  -     * ' ' ;� It is faid, that in the 'courfe pf the c.urfccLAmei-ican. R'Sry.-wickedlEy bfegalr^ sS^L foolifhly executed, that many orders wen; if* fued,;artd.councih3 Idifecrcd, that- were as ubhcnrerilt ts^e^hr.nTam^o^1lis~lv&jeftyj a4 d.e 'his. tjuftice, and wfiidfe we're? to :UTe tacvjilgar u phraley. 'fi&ti^gled, � as^liiey had riot the authenticity of thofe forms'>n4 feals'ufual in grand national*councils* How far this jmay be-true time will evince." - A Friend, to the Right**of Men. Od. 13. * r- '' ' r -� y  'r :-'���-�*---- To tlie Printer of lAoiFtfblrc AdYejhiferS. � ..S I       - " ;    k~-  �. t:  >: :I "^' �' *Y A,^.f�trry to-fee tlj3t*^nQtwithirandi^ J_ Mr. RicHAaD OswAiis's molbadinira-' ble treaty of peacg, ;there.is Hill an American War carrying on between the Rev.TirDnfA'Sf NoaTHcoTE,  on the one fide,   and-. tbS Loyalists, o>r- R^p-t'c-EEf, on the otHir. It .will, probably \>t found,- -on e>"aminaticns^r that in ,th^s'war, :as in moft others, .botkp fides have bepn iii die wrong. The Loyalife are certainly to blame for coming to EngS land withouthaYingpreyiouily obtainediMri; Northcote's Apoftalic permiffion-But his Sacerdotal. Highnefshas-on tbe other hand2 been, fomewhat too; ba&y in infifting   tbjjii'-quitting this country before a proper j4aCfc'. ' has been pro-vided for their.reception^ eir^eK ) on.the Coaft of Africa,: or in the Iflandof Otaheite.   It. is true:his objefrions t6 : their conrinuance - here.* are: grave- and weighty;" He has clearly convicted them of holding1* principles inconCftent.with a Mobocratic form of Government.-?-He dias prCved che1^ ' indefeafiye. jure- divindRight rthat all felf^ I inftituted Congrci�;s, Conventions,attd'CSo&'-ii . jmitteesliave, :not only to far and feathzrp j but to; hang, draw and quarter every perfoti 'who darCsjtCk di-^r ia 'opinion fVwr. t^cai-?=;t n pafuvejobedience and iion-refifMnce ' mobs, all good Governmentf:muft;'b4^ fquaded-ajuK-.that' the,. Refugtffcsv having' r_ 'mofl.audacioi-fl)'"dajerI';eitheFto refift or'rua'> jaway, ought imaiediately to b* h'Al baric-fof} }Amejka,to"be han-ged^ ar.,oih.er-\^ie.'"deA|t with" as to the'aforelaid Mobs may,, in th$r fe?m..mfAt�. -But-at �Jiefamef" fume allowances to- Igreat mevcy, te^m.jP^t,, jtime he''lhbnld have mad: jtbrure prejudices of ecfucatjon., 5^|;*t ritiih LaWs"aajf Br^1(^bVer>-ni^t.;>T^e..;T re"umpttoh' of ^hc'A^e^^'^Re^i^ejB;, 'tr\''..--etending to food .and .clo^atHs^l^s.'^sKjily r rovoked' the indi^natiq^iia^. oiif too ifrittj^ 1 Divine.   fEey' &Jve,'it' 'feems beeniJa- � rims enough w"e8preJs,fiiS^ tonfi^^e^ffiai-l. t i3--gensroflty of. thje .Eruifh-bati^i. will. . rliver permit trbti to'tl'li^e'whtt liave' 16%'   

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