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Morning Chronicle And London Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 11, 1775, London, Middlesex 3 SAT 12 iVX R tf J RT 1775 Price PR U R J - L A N ' M A J N the in Pi ' gULE a Wife and HAVE a j Dubej Mr. Packer 5 Mr. KING Mrs. love f. Mrs. j And Mrs. RTAl T 5s.' Pit 3s Gallery Upper Gal. Places ibr the boxes Mr. - admitted Behind nor anry cumin is drawn 1 ' 'The doors will and begin at fuel * Rex is V 0 E AT in. 1 ' This will be pretexted the B A Y s - Wroughton Mr. Booth A Tp which will be A new Comedy of Two tailed The ROMANCE of an principal characters by Mn Mifs Mrs. Mrs. - With a and Boxes 5�t Pit 3*. 2s Upper Gal is. Places ior the to be taken of Mr. at the The doors to be and begirt at fix No behind the nor any money returned after the curtain Being by many of AT the THEATRE ia thet ] On THURSDAY the 16th of February ' - will be A iy mired - CATCHES and * by from the vaft property of the and Gentlemen who the in St. with fome New on tlie To be Previous to the fain will be A Comic little Piece of Two called The Altered from MUSIC by A R N The principal chiefly by New with Capital which in the - y Pit Boxes laid Gallery 2S.; Upper Gallery To begin at Seven Tickets to be and places taken of Mr. at the 83* Books of the New and to be had at the Theatre on the day of Ladies are it will be to infure AT LINEN and ami No. 60, St. Paul's - The price is on the without by which may depend on whether they are judges or and terms to engage both fine and with other kinds bfd for for army or ' A Capital in a large market forty ' from to of. ' This Day is Price A SECOND LETTER to Dr. LI AM Extraordinary to the Being ANSWER to the illiberal CRITICISM in the MONTHLY REVIEW for on a fermer occasioned by the death of Lady a remarkable of a and Cancerous To which ' that Hever be given in cancerous cafes s and 0/ the without the of the fight to the by internal ' i By WILL I A M ROW D. and F. Paul's Church - Of whom may The Letter to Dr. the Tendency of Medical asnd Rowley's U R V I V O R S H I P. RED ' for the BENEFIT of at expiration of is Nov. 17* 177a, where all oj without regard or become any fromT to one guinea per which may be weekly or the to Bank of and to be divided at the expiration of the term between the according to their - 6^ near 300 Members already The laft mght of admitting at the low premium of will be off next the 16th is Quarterly after which no more can be admitted paying an advance agreeable the may be feen at the further panic ulars may be and members BRESLAW and 1 his ITALIANS NEW and Every U TEN different By Mr. Siew 5iear- and At his Mr. - are in the opened at Six and to begin Admittance the Pit or Boxes Half a Places to be taken from Ten in die in the The will be witTi and wiH wait on private Companies for Three and every exi to pay Five Shillings VQ round - the with and Four price in This Day is v AN HISTORICAL ACCOUNT of all VOYAGES round the ' Performed by NAVIGATORS lately undertaken by ORDER of his * To which is ( A Capt. VOYAGE for Joking North and of the for tVe 1 w c j to j ' ' ' - 5 I r - - - B m the cent. conTol The whole faithfully extracted from the Journals the Printed for the Corner of St. Paul's Church The obtained by the of Dr. the of this Is now this having undergone the by a Mafter in and the Lord Chancellor by Gentlemen of the approved who have all in not pronouncing it a but alfo i Meritorious N.B. The above voyages are in and may be had price 6d. each ' - ' His MAJESTY'S Letters IT is daily and voluntarily all ranks that the STOMACH PILLS the molt arc the belt yet for complaints in the or by any natural from ra of a proper of or from qualities of fome forts of j any oft on of op. and that the BILIOUS j in which complaints are in fome female and found bi f real in in windy in preventing never to the and when mudr as not to be able the they it lo as with peat eafe and any food or fair no relief is the tooney will be returned by Mr. at near in the where the Pi I is are Spared and at is. 6d. per and by his for die better accommodation n the they are alfo fold by Mr. to and 4*,.'-Change-alley-; all print places o tain 82* is 250 moie than ever was admitted of the kind in Day -is By G. at Sterne's in In Three 7s. 6d. or A New which ought be read by all young People on their Entrance into particularly THE The An Oriental Talev Iri which are the of two founded on with examples of and heroic Written By Madame FAUQUES DE Author of the War of the the of- - This fome excellent for the and help our at the eafe and fluency of it as the Author her attempt to write in Monthly for 1774. C and Youth engage my Pen j loll Day is By J. WI L K I Ej in St. Paul's A E D I 0,N�. Price only One of ROYAL SPELLING 7 a very fett of the in. laige and N.B. Tie pack of Riley's called The CELESTIAL The of Heathen Gods wilt without further on The Cards afforded a of the modern and of the heathen diverted of which have rendered of. the antient proper the young m eople and cannot fail of very and ill where the as by with th fe learn rhe of the antient the chief beauties of the and Latin f R T Mr. A New Edition of upon LITTLETON be this - Printed in and G. in The future Numbers will every An NEW OR K. This Day is In large price is. 6d. bp continued of every j N U E R I; THE or Monthly of and - In each number of this elegant performance will be Ai fome Incident the of by the celebrated of Royal and engraved by the on z. A in the manner of the late Ingenious and much lamented facetious in the and engraved by the mod eminent And 3.-Curious engravings in drawn the real and In the of each number will be the in the English to accompany the a complete natural and variety of humorous London printed for A. near St. John's and fold by F. the of St. and all other in Great Britain and To tha P U B LI C. A periodical performance now under the of The may too but though the titles fome they are totally different in every They cannot be raid to any than a body of divinity and a of interfere with each other or Locke on the Human and The Copy in each has a portraits a and an not relating to the of are engraved by &c. The which we to offer to the will in each an incident in the of a humorous after the manner of the late ingenious and much lamented and a plate of 1 curious engravings in natural drawn from the I The for the Copper plate willbe made by the celebrated Mr. of the Royal &c. and will be by and are toa well to require any encomiums We would be of Hie 6bpper-p!ate Magazine in their own too arduous a as cannot even to exceed that a for the upon a plan from though nor in the inferior in point of we hope to |h re with the Proprietors of that the public and This Day is 1 A CATALOGUE of valuable and 1HL rious in every branch of and polite including the LIBRARY of the Rev. Mr. oi in and lately Among which - F O L I O. de - Ruins of Rains of Balbec Blair's Chronology of Houfe of Lords Prints 2 vol. a vol. Millar's vol. of 5 vol. 7 vol. Camden's 7 vol. of vol. a vol. Chronicle Chronicle Fuller's Worthies of England Tenner's Notitia Atkins's Thorpe's 2 2 vol. 5.VOI. and royal bh the vol. 6 Spence's Poly - Gower cie 2d the Water 3 vol. Graeci 2 vol. Met des 2, vol. 148?. IT A R T O. 64 bound in ' ' Holy with 106 Call &c. Mid- &c. 4. r Button 15 Opere di 5 - - di 3 Strabone 7 Tbe PROFITS Sale of PAMPHLET will be given to the SOCIETY for rhe RECOVERY of PERSONS APPARENTLY DEAD hy &c. This Day is Price is. The THIRD with Corrections arid an n} to Sir arid EDMUND AN Account of the iatc Dr. SMITH's I Exhibition of Fever together With the and of powerful the beginning of internal and other acute By WILLIAM Printed for W. Brown and Gardner Strand T. and J. S. hill arid Alfo price is. The PLAN and REPORTS of. tlie Society for the Recovery of apparently Drowned for aft which contains an account of fifteen beng to to be had of the above ' SAILS on the 25thlhftanr. For GIBRALTAR The B E T S E HENRY R T HE N 100 Men Lying at Fountain Has two-thirds of her Cargo already - i The Commander be with every at Sam's near the the Exchange at Change and after at Will's or HUBBERT and DONOVAN for file da 2 vol. &c. Sec. r. Which to be 1775, and continue on fale till all By T H A D A E ' i In - at the Child's - j f St. in of the of Oxford and and at the Place of where the full value is given for any library or parcel of Eor the Morning On the Plantations and Intend letter to give dPX mX opinion about 3^ jWT a which feems to me be under- Vw tie ufe is made of it where the number of its when inhabitants are and no more of them Ihre upon the of others ke drones in a than are to of the For the fuch as thieves and with fome of their they and dellroy the public without adding any thing to it. if any nation drive either by or by lil and any of its out of their or fend any of thern out in or or for any other which do not return more advantage than bring they fo far enervate their and lei out their beft hearts In many men add more to the public flock by being out of their tBan in it as. publick add their who the affairs of a nation merchants and who carry on ics traffick in and who teach us the and policies of whereby we may regulate and improve ur or moil of return to us again in other a man leaves his or very rarely to return and then the Mate will faffer if the employed abroad in fuch in railing fuch or in as will return more benefit to his native than they fufFer by an This is often done planting which are of two to keep countries in and to prevent lhe of a policy the Romans their grew too their 1 to be managed by their native force and then they became the Haves of whom they v The other fort of colonies are for and intended to the wealth and power of the native kingdom which they will abundantly do if managed hnd kept under a of within no. climate produces and yet it is the or convenience of every to ufe at to trade in ar all 0^ them than to in fome when they their own for employ as many or more people at by from - Colonies planted in proper proper do of - t our we and been enemy 5feptdt�fettie-" not and 1 v. How can this end and if they to pay proportionable taxes towards fraying the expenses and the Aate
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