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   True Briton (Newspaper) - July 10, 1797, London, Middlesex                                1 T    j.-- ir .J j       h � J; r - 4 -.iv;-*'.-.k...:-.. -   / .w ^ J 4     *� 7" * i 4 -j \   i * - f - - ^  - MONDAY, July t -        X  f � '      h i797 1 [Pitice 6'd. -4 - I theAtRe-ROYAL, haV-MaMeT, nhHlS PRESENT EVENING, JULY ioth, �A .4 > - \ - - 44 Will be presented a Comedy, called HOVE MAKES'A MAN; Or. THE .FOP's FORTUNE. Charino,   Mr. DAVENPORT^ DonLe*is;-* Mr. MU^DfENj Carlos,  Mr. C.KEMBLE;   . Ciodio,  Mr. PALMER; Sancho,   Mr. R. PALMEKY Mdasieur,   Mr. CAOtKlEbDi Governor,  Mr, DAV1ES; Pon Duaft,   'Mr. PALMER, Jun. Don Manuel,  Mr. TRUEMAN. Angelina,   MissDE CAMP.; Louisa,      Mrs.   HARLOWE; Elvira.. Miss HEARD. A GRAND FIRE-WORK. "1 y with : C PEEPING TOM, TeeningTom fwith K� The Little.Facffib^^xshligbt") , yMr. FAWCETT. ..V f.n  \ Mayoress, Mrs. DAVENPOP f > Maud, Mrs.  HARLOWE. To^inorrowj Tfic Battle of. Hexham, ^^i^^don. > r ;&e secohd representation of The Chapter of Accidfe!t\ts, are i. irespeftfuUy mfbtJmed that it wiii be pertormfcd on VVednesda y next. �v A liew Comedy, in Five Adts, called The Heir at Law, is iri preparation, and will be produced in the-course of the wek. T' SAILING MATCH. ri>RE ANNUAL SILVER CUP and COVER, ^ 1;  liven by die PROPRIETOR of VAUXHALL DENS, will be sailed for on THURSDAY, July n, GENTLEMEN'S SAILING PLEASURE-BOATS, aiot^exceediiig Etght,To)?�, subject: to the Rules and Regular tioa? '61' the Cumbeflan-d! Saving Society. For Partictfiars inquire of Mc Roberts, Boat Builder, Lam-where, such Gentleinen as. inread their Koats to start, *nust enter them This' EVenkg, he&re Nine oJCiock -1 Preparing for the Press, > A COMPLETE EDITION of the WORKS in PROSE and VERSE, of .the late RtCHARD TICKELL, Esq.     '   *      Printed for T. Becket, PalUMalh ^' Those Ladies and Gentlemen who are possessed of any iPieces either in Prose or Verse of MY. TickeU's,-and will liave' the' goodness to communicate- them to the Publisher, they will be-riiost tliajikfuily received. I' .   . - CARLTON^HOUSE, . July ?i T7Q7; vOFFIGE for MANAGING the AFFAIRS of HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS tire PRINCE of WALES. -  -By ORDER of the EARL of CBOLMOXDELEY, �1 � QTICE is hereby given, that every Creditor _____ .of His Royal Highness is to deliver into this Office-, .within ten days from the date hereof, a Particular, in writing, *jtoritainihg"the;natu're andamount of any Debt," signed by him or her, that may have accrued within the Quarfc^r ending this , �ftay., And a^t Debts or Dcniandi, of wJiat nature-or kind so-' ''ilfSer, .'Wtit^ shall not be presented "as aforesaid, and within the ^me limitett^as. aforesaid, are not, under any'pretence or colour .jpfafty authority whatever* tp be,paid,; satis&d, or discharged, ippr)any part'the reoL hutare barred hoth'at Law and m Equity. rA^w-;B6nds; Biifc, Notes^ or other Securities for Moiiey, '+$ttn!$jp&&e in consideration of aay Debtor Deniaod,. where^ ;'*jf thfc-^Srticaters in wririog are nor delivered as ^foresaid, kre, -"�a(l intenfs^djaurpos'es, null and void.  .  - " '^teemM^^ Majesty, for settling and oth^r Purposes, tap. Ho. seV- 32. ' �   ' ' TIM. BRENT, Secretary, 1. 1 r �1 M 1> jpedal harp mant7facto ry. _ 1. Rv J. ELOUIS respeafully informs the Pub- f^w^/l\c at Large, that ever since lastyear, he has eajistd to befna^le iindfer his immediate inspection, SWELL HARPiS, Upon the most excellent model, presented W Mr. Krumphokz tothe Academy of Science's in JParis, which met witn the greatest -applause from that iHustrious Body.' It.does not only ;afford.hi�n a true satisfaclion-jtopay a just tdbute'to the-memory ofihat able Professor and. ingenious man, but he besides considers thai Model as the dniy one worthy of any attention. " Mr. E.'s first Hafcsy- on account of the new workmen "being very far from what he could have wished, he did not think proper to^ recommend sooner the Manufactory to Public Uptice; $utafterhayiugpaid the utmost attention to correct every faufti He will not boast of any false or imaginary improve-ittehts,^DUt:befts leave to assure the Public, that from this day, lailHarps^hicnshali bearrhis Name and Signature, will be such ;S not to> feajr     Scrutiny of a real Connoisseur^ or of any dis-iterested .person. If the honour of teaching the Harp to the-idst illustrious Personages of this Kingdom,or twenty-five years ractice,: and the advantage of being bred to the-Profession, . ire sufficient titles to give some weight to this Advertisement, 14r.' Eiouis. has- no doubt but his Harps*wjll obtain from a dis-cerning Public a decided preeminence over the imperfe.ct work cf pebple,,wh'o cannot judge their own faults, but through the , ?inedium-of others, sometimes mfcre ignorant than-themselves.   ! � The extravagant Price   .tpgive^tl^emo.stexcellent and elegant Harps35 percent, cheap- � erthan those with, their pretended improvements, are common- ! Jy sold- for. - - Town arid;-Country Merchants, as well as the Professors, treated in th^most liberal manner. Old Harps-exchanged for sew Swell ones. An Assortment of Second-hand ones to be Sold reasonable.    ; � /  Orders direShed to Mr. -Elouis^ Hai^-maker to Their Royal N.^B.^.Harp^of any size made on command. \ r   h \ MEDICINE ACT. At the only Warehouse for Dr. JAMES's POWDER, No. Paul's Church-yard, a few Doors from the Cor- ^:-;y- -'   her of Cheapside, THE'r'-^bllowing Medicines are s6Id> at the Prices annexed, inclusive of the Stimp Duties, imposed fcy this A&4-bubno additional charge has-been made-ilpon Dr# JAMES^rOWDER, winch is continued' ar thir* original Price of as. 6d. per Packet. It may also be had at ll. 4s. per Dozen; or the quantity of "a Dozen Packets in one Bottle for ^:^i'4^''P'U|7'inc^^ i so that the Public are'tiosufferers. " But in order-to facUitate tlie operation, and to lessen Hie 'bur-in'^r^is3A&,r'wl�ch,vif6uld in a ^feat measure :have proved a Six upott 8ep.evoIence, all tl>e"other Medicines are s^Ultp any Persons'purchasing half a Dozen, or more, free iron} the ^Analeptic Pills fCattle? Powder ^ Hooperfsr?iUs  - Berry's Bilious Pills Dalby'sXiarminative, Tick�llrs:^thereal x. 4 z I 4 i 1 3 6 Cephalic, SntuT    - . o' Dr..Steers's Paregoric-Lozenges'     -     ' 'i -Camomile props 1 Essence-oi' Coltsfoot    '3 Essence of Peppermint-1 d. 9 Ji Q {Ormskirk'Mfidciries-: 9  I.Class's..Magnesia    ' i ] Jngtish'sScots.Pi|i� i o i Grant's Drops 'i 5 I 3   6 Drop! P?eenouwv^f.mciur^5 h� j*\^oton^D^qps  .......1 Tolu Lozenges 1  14 \ Sml^bury^s Dws . W. ^wce'-silJehtince 40 mu" tttake,^ Tincti *i Barkl 6 Huxham's* by^Iitto,    ,� ,;6 B^eedhnah's PFtls'. 'English Coitee Dr, Colander's Tea Jones's Rheumatic ;^Tincblfe 1 i �; 5 ' "'*Z o O   . .1 o" 9 \ 3 6. ! Afep,.die Genuine Arguebusade, lately. unpprtttL:an^njojt; cf the other igroprietary Medicines- m repute.   Grders.tor Ex- ; Station'aVesupplied^ -' ' \ - N.B/ As nuny Persons, particularly-Servants and Messen^1! jcrs, mistake the House, F. NEWBURY, jthe froprietorv is ; foder the necessity 6f pointing out, that it is at the' KTast'Entl \ cfSt. ^tom the fciiard, bat ^scjiped under the ls)> of Bas," I liave the honour to l^&Ci R. KINGSMILL, Copy i>f a Letter from Mr. Mhmi*gs9 Command?? of the Repulse Revenue Cutter> to the Colttelor a?t� Comptroller of CokhesteV) dated June 18> 1797. > * Gentlemen ^   . .  - iXI'.Xl'y the 11th inst. at Eleven o'Clock in the Forenoon, to take i'jte consideration a Bill dependiag.in Parliament-or me and ai it better adn>inUtration of Justice at'Ma-Jras and Bomhiyy* U6 to consider trj.K Clauses proposed to be added fw'd.je And that the' said ii ill and Clauses lie in the Secretary's Office* tor the inspecthn of Proprietors. U ~- ISAAC MAD DOCKS, Assistant Secretary. __. s BV FURTHER PROOFS OF THE EFFICACY OFTHfi ,    FALLOWING MEDICINE. See the Pamphlet ot Cures, delivered with every Bottle. �THE.CARDIAC TINCTURE.  THE kino's patent. 1 nr.HE CARDIAC and NKRVOUS TINC- 1 TURE for the Reli�f and Cure of Disorders of tha Head, Stomach, and Bowels ; Gouty, Bilious, and- Nervous: C of on .a cruise off Orfordriess' ycsteiday -at "rtrec.P. Kit fell in with and gave chace to 3 FrenchLugger Privateer-; at six P.M. shesmwk her Colours, after attempting to board vs.   Sh� proves to be*'the Tyger> of Dunkirk, commanded - by Lewis Augufctin Btien Chateiiing, with 2 two-pouqders, 4 swivels, and"small arms, and 28 men* burthen 30 toils, which I have just arrived here with, and arri waiting for a pajtyof Soldiers (o escort fhem to Colchester.   She .bid been only ten hours from Ostend. order to" ascertain the-numbcr of Kits, The Combatants arc, Mr. Taylor, Professor; Mr. Ho vI e , Mr. Ca i. l -xko, Mr. Dukam, Mr. Holiday, Sec. Sec. AMPHITHEATRE "OF ARTS, ASTLEY's, WESTMINSTER-BRIDGE, ByTheir Royal Highnesses the- Prince of,Wales and D�k-e at' York's Servants. THIS PRESENT MONDAY, July 19, 1797, And the following Evenings, An entire new Ballet, en xletai Cara&ere, calledT HURRY SCURRY j " Or, RURALRUMfUS. Awhi ot having the Treasure ot knowing you but by theiaine of your invaluable Medicine, I am induced, out of that regard which i have to merit (indeed I think it a duty which ou^htto; behove every one to pay to the-Public at large, when such benefit has been received from your most invaluable Medicine as I have received), to make it public. Having been for a term afvears'iti the honourable East India Company's employ at Jb^Ve St. George, in Bengal, through the excessive heat of the �� 4      ______- ~ f      1____*    ____1_ ' "  * I am, &c. G.    H. MUNNINGS; .Copy of .a Letter from Mr. Robert Adams > Commander of the Viper Excise Ctdter^ to Evan Ntp*fln9 Esfi dated at Harwich) July 5, 1797. I have the honour to inform yo'ttj that the? Viper Cutter, under my command^ being on & cruize on the id instant, at one P.M. after 3 chaeeoFtwo hours, captured on the shore near Claejcton, in the WaHet,.Les,Graces, French Lvig-ger Privateer, moiinting-1 two^poorider and two swivels in-carriages*, which were thrown over* board in(thechace; the small*arftls'remain, on board. Les Graces sailed fr.QmJ5upkirk oaths" 1st instant, under the commafld* of OuiHaum? Gaspard Mdlo, and twenty-two men, apd had taken notlungi   The Efeemy fiedinto the Coqn, , but being par> ......  .       ^   . lUt-nrosc greeable taste in my mouth.   Indeed!t was supposed my liver    ^7 ^ I^a{>lta^ was afiedled ; 1 went through a course of mercury, which .Is French Gommanddr, With twentjr"'6f Ms Crew* the prevailing antidote in that ciimate, but vnthout efre ublish what 1 have now written, for the beneiitof those whose constitutions may be impaired by hot climates. On my return to India, I shall take, no small quantity ot your invaluable' Medicine, for the 'uenertt of Friends. I am. Sir, With the greatest respe& and good wishes, Your obliged humble Servant, DONALD CAMPELL. CASE L. "   Sir, To Mr. RYMER. � Accustomed to Bilious and Nervous A flections in a very obstinate degree, I have encountered u 11 the painful- sensations attendant 011 those complaints. After having gone through nenriy the whole Materia Medica, from A to 'Z, with barely experiencing some slight temporary alleviations, I am happy in stating, thai .your. Cardiac Tindure has given me relief that'I never expedtcJ, and r, hich 1 hud long despaired of meeting with. 1 arn, Si:*/ Your most obedient Servant, King's Bench, May 20, 1796. W. C. NT B. W. C. Es^, desires .Mr. Rymer to mention his name to any inquirer. . CASE XLXIX. Sir, In a stroke^of the De;�d Palsy I had the advice of the ablest Phy.*tians, and took various Medicines, with So little benefit, that I continued helpless, crawling upon crutches,! with were secured, and are now safely lodged in the Prison at this place. ' 1 havd the Honour to be,- &c. &c. &c, ROBERT ADAMS, Whitehall, July 7, 1797. The King has .been" pleased to grant unto Sir John Cox Hippisley, of Wsrfield Grbve, in the County of Berks, Baronet, Recorder of Sudbury, , in the County of Suffolk, his Royal Licence and Authority that he, and such of his issue male only on'whom the dignity of Baronet may devolve^ ^ay accept, use, and bent the Duxal Arms of Wirteni-berg on the breast of each Supporter, being Eagles reguardant Sable, with the motto or device of the Great Order of Wirtemherg, f*. citisB Virtutisque Foeduswith which hp \y,x^ been honoured by the special grace of Frederick-Eugene, reigning Duke of Wirteraberg,..&c. 4c by a Diploma or Patent, under the signature of Ami- his Serene Highness and the Great Seal of hi? Chancery, bearing date at StudtgardtJ. the a^tH of November, 1796: and also to order that Uie said Patent, and His Majesty's Concession* f none .efieA. Pttbiin Castle j June 29, 1797* - His Majesty, by his Royal Letters, fear fog been pleased to appoint Edmund He&ry Barori Glentworth to( qe of His Majesty's Most Ho* nourable Privy Council of Ireland, ~he this dsy in Council took the usual Oaths and his Place At GEORGE AND CHARLES GRELLET, -A LL'Pcrsotis.indebted tfe'the'Estate of Messrs. ] ' \ G. and C. Grellet, late* of New London-street, in the City of London, Merchants*. 4re_r.equested to pay their respective Debts to Mr. Charles Greiier, who is the oniy person ! aufhorised* by thfe'^Asfiignete*- out '* sixmil�s from London Bridge, Shoreditch, or Whitechapel, in which at least Six Beds will be required.   Letters contain- J ine D^scp�tion and Terms, addressecfto A. "ff. at Mr. Ellis's, No, ^ icnchurch-street, will^e attended to. ! above-Medicine (iiSAvell as of the Detergent Pills for the cure I of Diseased Liver� attended with Asthma andDropsical Legs.; for the discharge'of Gall Stones, Desnu'&ion'of Worms, Sec. (see Tracl-*J ; of whom, and. every Vender of their Medicine in all the Provincial Towgs, and of the following Persons iu London, it may be had Retail*, vix. Mr. Thomas Eyans, Bookseller, No. 46, Paternoster- row; Moore, Stationer, No,.6j, B.shopsgste-street Within; Fred. 3nuth, Chemist, No. "20. Haymarket; and Tutt, Royal_ Exchange. -* i^ull InWmatlon ih�iy be obtained in a perusal of the foi lowing Book, viz.'. A-Tradl'upon Dyspesy, or Indigestion; and the Hypochondriac Disease ; and up^u tlje InSammatory or Regular Gout; and the Atonic, Irregular, or Flying Gout1 By Janies Hywer, Sui-geon.  Seventh Edit. Price3s. inbo?-rds. *    BANKR VPTS. $amuel Matthew, now or late of Aldgate High street, "London, .butcher., to surrender July n, 2i,aad August te/'at reht at 'Gaijldhali, - Attorney, Mr. Walker, Cqiema^* street.  -      , Honry Sam'ue} Gardiner, of Wardrobe*street, Doctors' -Cpnj* . inons, weaver, to surrender July 15, �$t and "August 10, af one, at Guildhall,   London*    Attorney,.. Mr. Muhen> , Lawrence Pouatney-Jane, Cannon-street.^- : William Jones, of Vere-street, St. Mary-le-Bor|ne, Miid^*-sex, linen-draper, to surrender July 15, aa, and-August ^ at ten, at Guildhall, London. Attorney, Mr? jopsoiij Lin* coin's Inn Newisquare.        - - Thomas Smith, now or late of .Tipton* Scaffijrdshirej.fiedge,? tool manufatturer, to surrender July 21,' ^'i,'Wtweert ftMsvih and two, and August 19, atfijeven^/itt^prago^ Jfin, ia Walsall, Starlordshire. ' Attorneys, Messrs.'' Shute ap4 Flint,Gray's.Ihn-sauare?JLondon5 orMr/IsaaaMarkle^Tj in Walsall. Thomas Wardell,Jate;jDf.Chatham, Kent, mariner, to sutj-render July' iS, %$, and"August to, at ten, atpuifdhali, London. Attorneys^ Mr. John Prafl,of RbchSster, Kentj .or Messrs. Shute and Hunt, frrayVlnn-S^lurc, Jtpndons   ' .George Oslade,; later of-Plarsto\v; Es^r/-nj6feey-.s(;riWni5'rl Jp surrender July 15, ai, and August 19, ateleveo>-7ifiipililik* . hall, London.'Attorney, Mr. Russ.cn, Crpwn'-^ujtj Afd.ert* g*te--strecc-       ; /; ' Richard Rarnsden, of Scarborough, Yorjtshi.re,-grocer, to sgr� render July aj, a6, land August     at teji, at tiiilJ&w Jiirj, at Scarborough, Yorkshire. " Attorneys, MessrsrTravi$ ahq WoodalU S'carbtough; or Mr; Thctoas^Jeflferyi'^jcji, Castle-streec, JJolborru j ''DIVIDENDS*   * * &ug> xa. Francis Lordonner, late of Bell*Alley,- 3Londojr}? merchant, at one, at Guildhal]. - *   Jgs'epfc - Straphan, late of Han^y? ^aiT9rd�hire, stajtioner, at three, at the Swan Inp, Hejiley,   

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