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STATE OF THE NEGOTIATION. fof the French Revolution, and is required as supple.

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refreshed, whilst the whole complexion assumes an ON TRIAL, they will be found to surpass every enlivened appearance. other Lamp, and are admirably adapted to light elegant Sold only by Bayley, and Blew, Cockspur-sireet, Cut Glass Lustres, Grecian Plates, Egyptian Figures, Perfumers to their Royal Highnesses the Prince and Sideboards, Billiard Tables, Counting-houses, Ware Princess of Wales, and Duke and Duchess of York: house, Shops, &c.

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N. B. It can be had no where but at the above houses. 504) JOHN PATRICK.




sary to inform Country Venders, that the Proprietor does not travel, having venders in principal towns, but guards against persons that practice travelling with this spurious Oil, and who has offered it for s le to the principal Venders in town, who, as Gentlemen, have rejected it, knowing there never was any article of that

name but that prepared by, Prince, which they have FOR THE GROWTH OF HAIR. vended for several years. The Proprietor thinks it re

quisite to mention this, for the reputation of shopLadies and Gentlemen who wish the Ornment of keepers who may be unacquainted of there being a , a FINE HEAD of HAIR, need only make a fair counterfeit circulating likewise ; informing them, ihat

trial of the RUSSIA OIL, particularly' as the use of they may be supplied with the Russia Oil, at the ProOils are found so necessary to moisten the Hair when prietor's, No. 39), Oxford-street, or at any Wholesale dressing, for which purpose the Russia Oil has now Vender's in London, where they will receive liberal become in use by the Royal Family, and Ladies of the allowance; also to be had, wholesale and retail, of first circle. It is a nourisher and improver to its growth Mr. Bull, Dame-street, Dublin, appointed Agent for prevents its falling off, and is so great a preserver and Ireland.

(292 strengthener to the Hair, as to prevent its becoming bald or 'urving grey, to the latest period; also restores the Hair on bald places. Several Gentlemen, who have been bald for years, hive declared, after using the

By His Majesty's Royal Letters Patent. Russia Oil regularly for three months, that they be ROCHE'S ROYAL HERBAL EMBROCATION, came nearly covered with hair. It will serve as a substitute for pomatuma. It is recommended to Ladies who

An Effectual Cure for the Hooping Cough, without use dressing-irons, as it prevents the ill effects occasioned

Medicine. by their heat.

Price 75. per Bottle; or one, containing four sma at a Guinea.

The unrivalled reputation this Embrocation has To be hart of the Proprie'or, 333, Oxford street; gained, and the Inventor, anxious to secure it genuine and, by appointment, of Smith, Perfumer to his Mal to the Public, and prevent the impositions daily pracjesty, 110, New Bond-street; Hendrie, Perfumer to tised, by unprincipled persons vending spurious conher Majesty, Titclibom-sireet; Baylev and Blew, Per-positions, has obtained His Majesty's Royal Letters fumers to their Royal Highnesses the Prince and Prin- Patent, appointing him the sole and exclusive benefic cess of Wales, and Duke and Dutchess of York, Cock- of his most in valuable discovery. The Public and Faspur-siteet; Finch’s, :), Berkley-square; Bacon, 150,

milies may therefore be supplied, wholesale and retail, ani Allen, 76, Oxford-street; Ward, ?24, Middle at his house, No 19, King-stree, Holborn, and are row, Holborn; Butler, 4, Cheapside; Shaw and Ed-requested to observe that each Stamp is signed "J. wards, 66, St. Paul's Chu ch yard; Barclay and Son, Roche;" and with each bottle is given a full direction, Fleet-market; Dicey and Sution, Bow Church-yard at the top of which is His Majesty's Arms. Price Four Withers, 230; Strand, near Tennple-bar; Perrin, 23, Shillings.-All others are Counterfeits. (299 Southampton-stree!, Covent Garden; Rigge, No. 1,5, Cheapsiile ; Holmes, Boltin, and Tutt, Rosal Exchunge, London ; Bull, Dime-street, Dublin ; Rie

GOUT AND RHEUMATISM. buin, North bridge, Edinburgh; Shepherd, Bristol ; Colins, Salisbury ; Cruiwell, Bath; and most princi. pal Medicine Venders and Perfumers in Town and

To the Public.-For Gout and Rheumatism - From Country.

long success in private practice, and repeated requests N. B. The Russia Oil will restore the loss of Hair of those who have been effectually cured of Gout and on Horses, which often proves a great disfigurement to Rheumatisin, SCOTTS Suvaluable ELIXIR OF those valuable animals.

HEALTH has at length been introduced to the Public, Orders froin any part of the Country, sent by remit- the Proprietor being so well assured from experience of ting the money in a letter, directed so Mr. Prince, its efficacy, that a trial will be the most lasting recom333, Oxford-sreel, London.

mendation it can have. It will restore and invigorate

the nervous system of those who niay have impaired CAUTION.

their health by excesses of living. Its efficacy has been

proved in chronic and inveterate coughs, asthmas, con The high reputation PRINCE's Russia Oil has ap- sumptions, violent pains in the head, stomach, and proved above all other Preparations for preserving the bowels, in all windy disorders, 'relaxation of the solids, Hair, has induced a mean person to impose on the pub- and every species of Ghout and Rheumatism. lic a counterfeit, by the assurance of asserting himself This valuable Elixir is sold in bottles, with directions, to be the real Proprietor ; ani, in order to deceive, has at 4s 6d and 95. exch (stamp included), wholesale and imitated the Russian Eagle in the show-bills and retail, by Colesworthy and May, Chemists and Drugwrappes that inclose the bottle. The Proprietor cau- gists, No. 144, White Chapel, London. It may be tions against his imposition, by assuring that none are also had genuine of the following Agents, who have genuine but what have a label on the outside of each just received a fresh supply : T. Boulton, Royal Exbottle, signed in reri ink“ Mochrikufsky and Prince." charige; E. Newbery, corner of St. Paul's ChurchPurchasers ought to observe this signature, as that yard, Mr. Scott, Chemist, No. 193, opposite St. Cleo sannot be imitated without subjecting the parties to for- inent's Church, Strand; Mr. Crisp, No. 39, Cockspurgery – Mr. Prince, original Proprietor of the Russia street, corner of Spring Gardens; Forster and Cressy, Oil, offers five hundred pounds if it can he proved there No. 2, Old Bond-street; Parrett, Chemist, No 18, ever was an article for the growth of hair of that name, Mount-street, Grosvenor-square ; Ward's Medicine before discovered by himself; therefore, any articles Warehouse, No. 374, Holborn; and most other re of that name, which have not the above signature, are spectable Veuders in the kingdom, counterfeits, and the circulators impostors, It is neces- 302]



To this renovation of the inorth succeeds the comfort ARTIFICIAL TEETH,

of mastication, while the voice resumes the charming With enamel skilfully placed, from one to a whole powers of tone, and varie.ies oi m Hulation, and ene set, so as not to be discovered from Natural Teeth, will harmony of the features are a guin restored to the grace

which nature first gave them.

Coinplete Sets, always retain their natural colour

Mr. Faleur, perfec!ly acquainted with the preparaplaced on reasonable terms. Human Teeth placed 0 Stumps

, or from one to a whole Set. Mr PRINCE, tion of Mineral Compositions, from an experience of Dentist, No. 333, Oxford-street, performs every opera fourteen years, has succeeded in making his Tetih so

incorruptible, he will engige to replace ihem, free of tion on the Teeth and Gums, in the safest manner.

PRINCE's PASTE PEARLS for concealing De expence, if ever known to wear or change colour. (286 cayed Teeth in Front, so as not to be discovered they are decayed: are recommended to persons residing at a distance from a Den'ist, who have the misfortune of

CLAIMS TO PUBLIC PROTECTION. loosing front Teeth, as they may make one themselves: is the greatest convenience to persons who wear the Arti

A REMEDY composed wholly of Vegeables, which ficial Teeth, and are in the habit of leaving town, as in

removes the most deplorable debilitiei, arising from case of an accident, they will be possessed of a substi- impurities and depravity of the human fluids, whatever tute to replace the deficiency, till they can obtain pro- be their occasion; which never exposes the Pacient to per assistance. -Price Half-a-Guinea per Box, con:) danger; whose effe::s are as gentle as they are prompt taining ten Pearls; or one containing twenty-five, for and salutary; which is daily and safely admivisiered to One Guinea.

infancy, youths, manhood, and old age; and 10 women PRINCE's GRENARD TINCTURE has been in the most critical and delicate circumstances; which, proved the only article yet discovered for fastening in the most extreme cares, dues not disturb or shock Teeth that are loose: is recommended to persons wear

the animal functions, and which re-establishes their ing Artificial Teeth fastened to their Natural, as it will order and health, ought to ottain public protec:ion prevent the Natural fro: becoming loose, a case which Such is the VEGETABLE SYRUP of DE VELNOS, frequently happens -Half-a-Guinea per Botile.

prepared and sold by Mr. Sw.inson, No 21, Frith

street, London, a: 135. per bottle-luis also sold, by PRINCE'S CHERRY PATE, for preserving and appointment, at all the respectable Medicine Venders whitening the Teeth, curing the Scurvy in the Gums, in the United Kingdom.

[284 only requires a trial; 2s. 6d. per pot.

PRINCE's CHERRY LOTION ; iis peculiar excellence consists in sweetening thc Breath which may

UTILITY AND ELEGANCE COMBINED. arise from inward coinplaints, Scorbutic Gums, or Decayed Teeth, as there are few persens inore or less that are not aMicted with this unpleasant sensation : a trial called “The Analysis of Beauty "-It is an axiom,

The celebrated Hogarth published a singular Work will avouch its merits.' Those who wear Artificial Teeth ought never to be without it, as it keeps them sweet the truth of which cannot be controverted, that a fine

head of hair is the most prominent trait of beauty in and clean; 7s. 6d. per bottle.

either sex. To procure this the hair will require that PRINCE'S MUSHROOM for the Tooth-Ach, which nourishment which alone can send to its increase. gives immediate relief, and has relieved persons from The Proprietor of the MACASSAR OIL, can proudly the most excruciating pain, who have not been able to appeal to an enlightened and judicious Public for the sleep for several nights, after taking every resource in unrivalled efficacy of this Oil. They wish not to de. vain, and have found an immediate relief by the Mush-ceive or delude by rhetorical declamations or bombast room : those afflicted with the Tooth-Ache ouglit never languag Carthey solicit only the test of experience, and to be without it; 2s. 6d.

with confidence they can affi. m, that the more it is To be had of the Proprietor, No.333, Oxford-street; The utility is evinced by preserving the hair fiom falling

known in a higher degree of estimatio: will it be held. and by Appointment, Bacon, 150, Allen, 76, Oxford-off ur changing cuiour, and its elegance by producing street; Ward, 394, Middle-row, Holborn; Butler, 4, Cheapside ; Wishers, 229, Strand; Rigge, 65, Chess to the fairest and most amable part of the creation it

the most smooch and beautiful gloss ever known. Thus side; Holmes and Tutt, Royal Exchange, London; Bull, Dime-street, Dublin; Blanchard, "York; Rea must prove an invaluable advantage, its virtues being

so great an auxiliary to highten their charms. burn, North-Bridge, Edinburgh; Shepherd, Bristol;

To expariate inore on the subject would be superCollins, Salisbury; Cruttwell, Bath ; and most Venders

Auous; suffice it to say, that the Macassar vil, is perin Town and Country.

fectly innoxious; and it will retain virtues in any All Orders from any part of the Country will be sent climate; therefore, it is earnestly recommended to Liby Coach, by sending the Money in a letter, directed to dies or Gentlemen embarking for Buenos Ayres. Mr. Prince, No.33, Oxford-street, London. [293 A Caution is necessary to prevent mistakes:The

Macassar Oil, for improving the growth of Hair and adding to its beauiy, is sold at 3s 641. per Botile, duty

included, only by the Proprietors, Rowland and Son, IMPROVED MINERAL TEETH.

No. 1, Kirby street, Hatton-garden; and by their ap

pointment, wholesale, by T. and R. Riwney, PerfuThe Nobility and Gentry are most respecifully ac mers to their Majesties, No. 106, Halionyarien; commorlaced with the same by A. FALEUR and J. Messrs. Bourgois and Amick, Perfuiners to their Royal DELA FONS, No. 19, Woburn-place, Russell-square; Highnesses the Prince and Princess of Wales, N, $2, where every deppiency, even of the gun, is supplied, Haymarket; and by Mr. Overton, Perfumer, No. 47, in the most secure, pleasant, and agreeable manner. New Bond-street.





Parents and Guardians who may object to sending In the press, and speedily will be published, in Six cle their Children or Wards to a Public Seminary for the

gane Volumes, embellished with highly-finished Por finishing their education, have now offered to them the traits of the principal Poets,

means of accomplishing this, under the care of a Lady

who has four daughters that have a perfect knowledge The CABINET 0: ENGLISH POETRY; or, of the French and German Languages, and who have Select Specimens of the Works of every English Poet, a Swiss Governess, that does not speak English. This from Milton to Mason ; lhe whole prefaced by a History Lady wishes to take under her care two or three young of the Rise and Progress of English Poetry, from the Ladies, to whom an equal attention would be paid by earliest ages to the presnt time; and the successive her as to her own children, and who, at the same time Specimens introduced by a Biographical Sketch of they are acquiring the necessary accomplishments from each Poet,

their several masters, would also bave an opportunity By Mr. PRATT..

of obtaining a perfect knowledge of two of the most The voluminous extent of the entire Works of the fashionable living languages. References of the highest British Poets, and the tax which they impose on the respectablility will be given; and letters, (post paid) time and the purse of those persons who wish to acquire addressed to B. B. No. 22, Great Portland-Street, wil

be attended to. correct ideas of our National Poetry, have suggested the necessity of an elegant selection; which, while it

MUSIC. preserves every real beauty, should, by its historical and chronological arrangement, exhibit a systematic view NEWLY INVENTED LYRE AND LUTE-HARP, &c. of the art, and of those who have practised it. Such a The general admiration of these elegant little instrawork has long been a desideratum ; and, as much care ments, by Ladies of most distinguished rank, fashionhas been bestowed on the execution of the plan now and taste, prove their pre-eminence above any other submitted to the public, it may be presumed that the Portable Instrument ever before produced in this country lovers of poetry, of every age and rank, will be gratified they possess the pleasing sound of real Harps, accom by its ap:)earance.

pany the voice, as also the Piane-Forte &c. most charm Among the portraits will be given those of Chaucer, ingly; and what renders them still more desirable, are Spencer, Shakespeare, Miliun, Butler, Dryden, Addi- so easily learnt to play un as to be acequired in only a son, Prior, Gay, Pope, Churchill, Shenstone, Collins, few days practice. Are to be had only of E. Light, Gray, Mason, Burns, and Cowper, chiefly from original Music Professor (inventor of them) at his House, S4, pictures.

Queen-Ann-street, Porilaud Chapel, London. Likewise, by the sime Author, will speedily be pro N.-B. The Pianoforte, the Pedal Harp, also singing in duce!, New Éditions, enlarged and corrected, of the the English and Italian Style, taught as usual at home POEMS of SYMPATHY, and COTTAGE PIC- and abroad. TURES, with beautiful engravings by Cardon, after the original drawings of De Loutherbourg, Barker,

ORNAMENTAL HAIR. Masquerier, &c. the whole intended to compose an ROSS, No. 119, Bishopsgate-street Within, ear. elegant pocket volume.

nestly recommends the Nobility, Guntry, and the whole Also,‘GREAT AND LITTLE FOLKS; or, A Fashionable World visiting the Metropolis this season, to Prospect of all sorts of People, in four volumes. attend and examine his EMPORIUM for FASHION

Mr. Pratt has also in preparation, some TRAVEL-ABLE PERUQUES; where, in rooms superbly fitted LING MEMORANDA, made in different parts of up, they may chuse their favourite colou, fit them to North Wales, in the summer of 1806; including, Re- the head, and adapt them to the countenance without marks of Improvements made or projected, with elegant the inconvenient trouble of waiting, or the useless forengravings.

mality of giving orders,

For lightness, elegance, and ease, they are unpa Just published, beautifully printed in Royal Octavo, on London; and, for variety, he can display thousands of

ralleled; fifty per cent. cheaper than any other house in fine wuve paper, and hot.pressed, price 6s. boards,

tints and shapes, appropriately to heighten the loveli. THE MISCELLANEOUS PRODUCTIONS ness of youth, or veil the deficiencies of age, Of Thomas Dawson LAWRENCE, Esq. &c. &c. &c. for the decided preference with which he has been

Deeply impressed with the liveliest sense of gratitude a Veteran Officer. Patronised by His Royal High-honoured by Ladies of the first circles, whose superior ness the Prince of Wales, and His Royal Highness judgment and elegance of taste have confirmed the uothe Duke of Clarence, with many other noble, rivalled farne of his inimitable Peruques, he again soli. learned, and illustrious Characters, among whom are cits the continuance of that patronage which he has Eleven General Officers.

been honoured with for so many years past; and reThe Author had the honour of carrying one of the spectfully iniorins the Amateurs in Ornamental Hair, Colours of the 20th Regiment, at the celebrated Battie that he has, during the sum nier recess, by the most unof Minden, on the First of August, 1759, where six wearied application, under his own inspection, at an British Rigirnents of Infantry vanquished the Flower innense expence, and by the exertions of the first of tle French Cavalry, and the Grenadiers of France, artists, completed a numerous, turious, and invaluable &c. &c. &c.

Assoitment of Ladies and Gentlemen's Peruques, BanThe late illustrious General, Prince Ferdinand of deaus, Bows, Circular Fillers, Fillets Madona Fronts, Brugswick, who commanded the Allied Army on that Fronts and Figaroes, exquisite in their kind, the whole day, did not vainly boast of his victory, or insult those of which he now submits to a discerning Public, fiaiwhota he had completely subdued.

tering himself they will allow him, for system and eleLondon: published by J. Mawman, Poultry; and to gance of taste, to challenge the whole universe to prebe had of every Bookseller in the United Kingdom. duce such an unparalleled collection.


London : Printed by and for J. Bell, Southampton-street, Strand. January 1, 1801.

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