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World Fashionable Advertiser, The (Newspaper) - April 10, 1787, London, Middlesex 86.] April 10, 1787. 3d.] the Evening will be a called THE COUNTRY To which will be THE Boxes 5s. Pit 3s.. First Gallery as. Upper Gallery is. Places for the Boxes to be taken of Mr. Fosbrook at the will be opened this evening at past and the performance begin at a quarter after tlx and so continue till further Vivant Rex 7th the last called with The First Floor 5 and on Saturday a new Tragedy called 1 he THis Evening will be a called BE A To which will be THE BexeS 3s. First Gallery 2s. Upper Gallery is. Places to betaken of Mr. at the Stage The Doors will be opened at a after Tb begin at a Quarter Rex Sf On Thursday Mrs. Billington will perform in Mr. The new musical Farce of Love and will be repeated the 6th on Mrs. Abington will appear the ad time this in the Comedy of the Careless on Wednesday the 18th., And the new play of Such Things which was performed last night with the utmost will be Thursday the 19th. WILLS informs the and that HIS ANNUAL BALL for April At the Tickets to be had of Mr. No. 55, ' ' For the Benefit of Mrs. BY HIS MAJESTY's Jl T Drury on April 13, 1787, WIU be presented a called AS YOU LIKE Mr. Mr. Mr. Duke Mr. ' Mr. Mr. Duke Mr. de Mr. Mr. Mr. Le ' And Mrs. ' Miss Rosalind the Cuckoo By lier Appearance in that To will be added A will be exposed in the Pit laid into * 51cJKtS.t6 Bei of at her where may THIS AND For the Entertainment of the be opened at No. and will continue every day from eleven o'clock till 6d." where may to a die person may himself sitting lying in a with perfect ease and and so as to experience an and pleasing For peculiar advantages of this to the reader is referred Smith's excellent pamphlet on thes of swinging in pulmonary consumptions other Also -an or for similar with the which maybe used the house not only as a bat a pleasing Under the PATRONAGE of the MANAGERS WEDNESDAY the nth of 1787, A grand miscellaneous CONCERT Will be performed For the Benefit of Mr. In the elegant Newr At the inthe ' * FIRST ACT. ' Grand shall leave the SECOND ACT. 7 -' ' FULL To begin precisely at Seven Tickets To be at Longman and Cheapside No. 75, St. Paul's at the and and of at his 21, - lay out his Ready of Ismail Reversions and or to lend any sum on a good for N. C. at Mr. N. For well secured Annuities a very high price wijl fee money paid in. twenty-four hours from the time the application is promising faithful fhe Annuity may be on giving ten days Ladies and Gentlemen of known large their personal security alone will be ROYAL St. MR. HUGHES MOST begs Leave to acquaint the and that the above place having gone through a thorough every exertion has been made to render it the most and elegant of any SUMMER THEATRE in this kingdom and will open THIS of 1787, And continue every during the Summer Monies received nightly to discharge the growing expences from the 1st of 1787, and opening the Theatre this present the after paying the is to be at the disposal of 1U% hon. COURT OF The principal Monsieur ferrer and Mademoiselle Signor and Signora ELEANOR ' Signor Madame Mr. Mrs. Mr. Miss Mr. Mr. Madame Mr. Mrs. Mr. Miss A. New called THE BOARDING and composed by Signor And a New called BOTANY TRAMPOLINE By the following group Messrs. Sen. and Jun. the LITTLE and By Signor PLACIDO and LITTLE who is the first Horseman in Signior the incomparable Signora and celebrated Signora accompanied by Master real Little ' Signor the LITTLE and the Young VENETIAN THE STRONG Will exhibit his Feats of by balancing FORI Y PEOPLE on a A New called HARLEQUIN By And Twenty of the FIRST PERFORMING HORSES in the BOXES 3s--PIT 2s.-GAL. is. Doors open at Half past Five and begin precisely at Vivant Rex et NEW MUSICAL AT the KING's On April 12s,willbe A Grand Miscellaneous For the Benefit of the New MUSICAL of DECAYED their WIVES and Under the of Dr. and Dr. Leader of the Mr. The BAND will consist of upwards of two HUNDRED for which an Orchestra will be erected on the act I. Occasional Mr. jun. Miss accompanied on the Clarinet by Mr. Smith grand CHORUS gave them Hailstones for act II CONCERTO Mr. Mrs. CONCERT Mr. CONCERTO Mon z a n i. 3SR-&nd Horse and his n d e l act grand two Cramer and CONCERTO Mr. CORONATION the Among the Vocal Performers are the Master the Young Gentlemen of the Choirs of St. Sec. Sec. &c. And among the Instrumental Performers are W. &c. &c. - Pit and 10s. 6d.-First 5s.--Second 3s.6d. will be open at Six and at Subscriptions and Tickets at Sir Herbert ' Mackworth and New Longman and Music Cheapside and in St. Paul's Churchyard Mr. No. 7S, Strand 5. Mr. 34$, ditto Mr. the corner of St. street in Birchall and New Free at Mr. in avid of the Society's at his Music No. 331, Rex et N. B. A Ticket will admit one person to any art of the ' Books of the Performance sold for of the to be had at the Theatre 3S* Those and Gentlemen to the Society by subscribing to the Annual are of the which will retained are for delivery at the abovementioned BANDITTI assailing of Ladies and have been disappointed of the above may be supplied by William No. 66, Of whom may be Sale of beauties in the East Tom interview with Molly Seagrim Exhibition of Female in two with twelve superb Lady Revels the sublime of Flagellation with illustrative prints with large and an elegant collection of other literary and print ROYAL And THIS and every till further Will be A new Musical INTERLUDE the first called the RETURN QF THE Mr. CONNELL Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. MILLER 5 Mrs. HENLEY Mrs. Mrs. for the first a HUMOROUS NEPTUNE's HARLEQUIN BUSY The and Dresses entirely A the first THE MERRY RURAL Composed by Mr. from the Principal Madame Madame And MAR Mrs. Mrs. WOODCOCK Mrs. Miss Miss and Madame GIUSEPPI Mr. Mr. and The and entirely The Sieur A MUSICAL THE COBLER AND THE LOTTERY For the first time in arrived from the Fair of St. The Royal Troop of Female and pleasing on the Slack Tight Slack &c. have been the admiration of all Paris months HORSEMANSHIP and other j By a favourite PUPIL of Mr. ' the first his appearing in these Mr. original English Rossi the Notes of various 1 And accompany a Piece of a full in a surprising Signior the Will perform several astonishing Feats on THE SLACK Particularly the Ceremony of ROASTING the The favourite MUSICAL A SALE of ENGLISH BEAUTIES at GRAND i The CARAVAN by the Mr. 1st. Mr. CARLO 2d. Mr. 3d. Mr. 4th Mrs. Grand Mr. Mr. SLAVES ' A British An English Mr. DECASTRO A French Mrs. A Mrs. A new Comic for the first called THE HUMOROUS By Signior from The droll SONG of THE TAYLOR DONE By Mr. The whole to conclude with a favourite HARLEQUIN Emperor of the Doors to be opened at Half past and to begin at Half past Boxes 3s. Gallery is. Places for the Boxes to be taken of Mr. at the Ladies and Gentlemen instructed to Apply as ROYAL SOCIETY OF Patronage of their and under the Direction of the Marquis of Honorary Honorary Vice The EARL of The EARL of The EARL of LORD VISCOUNT DUDLEY and LORD VISCOUNT FIT Z WILLI LORD GREY de SIR WAT KIN WILLIAMS JO AH Esq. Will be performed in Westminster on Monday the 28th, and Thursday the 3isfof and on Saturday the 2d and Tuesday the 5th of A of several Pieces of SACRED From Band will consist of Eight Hundred The following isa List of the principal Vocal who have generously offered their assistance at the several Mrs. Miss ' Mrs. Miss ' Miss And Signora Signer Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. KN Mr. and Mr. In the List of Instrumental Performers Messrs. William ' &c. Sec. Sec. The profits will be applied to the use of the Fund for the Westminster and St. George's The Tickets for the Musical Festival in will begin to be at One Guinea tor each on the 2d of at the St. Alban's and at Longman and in Cheapside and the The Office in St. will be open every and in the morning till Six in the and it is hoped that those who intend to take Tickets will send for them as soon as they conveniently as the delivering will be stopped as soon as a sufficient number are taken to till the ' MUSEUM Sir Ashton Lever THIS admired Assemblage of the Productions of Nature and of which was before a Committee House of authenticated to be of the value of Fifty-three Thousand and which for its combined beauty and inexhaustible wai not only allowed before the said by judges of the first who had visited every public and private Cabinet of note on the to be but has also pronounced by the Legislature of this kingdom be superior to any thing of the kind in or perhaps to them all as it comprehends articles so rare and valuable as arenot to be found in any other Continues to be from eleven till six every Sundays also being Good Admission Half a Crown each Good fires in all the SADLER's EASTER - APRIL 10, 1787, and the following A New Musical called THE NOTABLE AND THE Two New The And the Signor his first Appearance in this Mr. Mrs. and Madame Mr. Mr. And Mr. Mrs. Mrs. and Miss being her first an extraordinary TROOP OF their first Will most surprising Feats of without Spring or any other consisting of variety of Ground and Lofty Flying Leaps in different Saut de and the Grand RONDADO D' The whole of their Performances to conclude with New called The In the TUMBLING EXERCISES they will be joined by Mr. Mr. Mr. FAIRBR Mr. Jun. And the LITTLE New Comic and Entertaining Performances On the By Signor PIETRO Who also Balances a the Peacock's Displays two plays on Two Flutes from his and Beats Two Drums in an Extraordinary and Pleasing By the LITTLE Madame LA and LA BELLE Clown to the by Signor The whole to conclude with a New Superb called THE FOLLIES OF A NIGHT HARLEQUIN With New Dresses and The Scenes designed by Mr. and executed by Mr. &c. 3s. 6d.--Pitt, 2s.--Gallery, is. Places for the tb be taken at the Wells to The Doors to be opened at Half past FIVE begin at Half past SIX precisely. Vivant et 10WN-MADE FINISHED IN A SUPERIOR AND AT REDUCED Corner of from the great and flattering encouragement he has for a long experienced from the Nobility and in the sale of TEA AND In their improved and in the greatest variety of begs to inform his Friends and the Public in that he has lately executed a large and elegant Assortment of the above with Patent in the highest stile of Town and at uch reduced prices as he flatters himself will meet general 1. s. d. Small on the improved - 1 1 o - - - 0 Very large silvered Very large He has likewise on sale a and real and patent general ock 2 Assortment LOST THREE DRAWER on a STEEL in a small Linen supposed to be dropped in Covent about nine o'clock on Friday evening Whoever may have found and will bring them to the Rainbow in the said shall receive G for their trou MONEY MATTERS CONDUCTED with EXPEDITION and MR. TEASDALE of who has been for many years in the business of Procuring Money on all kinds of as well as where the parties are of well-known still continues to transact those matters in Sums from 100I. to any with a degree of punctuality and that has ever marked which his connexion with the principal Monied people in this renders easy to and acceptable to his Mr. Teasdale begs also to inform all those Gentlemen or who would wish to increase their by laying out their money to the best legal that they will always find at his house variety of good whatever business is done is always transacted by their own N. B. Officers of the Guards and and those on of the and may be This Day was engraved on Thirty-two Quarto Price 6d. THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN in great Variety of new Designs for Cot Lodges for or Garden and ornamental Wooden with Hans of the Offices belonging to each Design distributed with a strict Attention to Elegance and from Designs drawn by J. Printed for J. at the Architectural No. 56, opposite in a days will be to the present a new Of THE PRICE and Sections of the Machines used in eroding drawn and engraved by R. n of the seven large 6->
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