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Morning Chronicle And London Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 14, 1786, London, Middlesex - * p March 14,7786, i t It - rmed entirely by the Imperial The principal Characters by S E S T I N 1, Signer B A JB B 1 N Signor Signor MO Signor Signor S A L And DEL Leader of the Mr. of ML - A New DIVERTISSEMENT by Signora Signora the two jun. and &c. of the a DIVERTISSEMENT entirely by by his m the two and their no can be admitted behind the Pit Jos. 6d. Gallery 5s. Second Gallery 3s. to be opened at Half and begin exactly at Half paft Seven are received at 57, will deliver the No- and to the are in treated to fend in order to prevent future as nobody can be without a Ticket N. B. To present inconvenience to the Nobility and Gentry they are intreated to give orders to their to fet down and Up with their heads towards The doors in for chairs t The TWENTY-SECOND THIS March 14, Will a The H EI R E To will be THE ROM called s s. p. - - On ad time the on and cn Monday will be of She and She Woud or the For the BENEFIT of Mifs 14, 1786, Will be presented a New W E R T JE Rp The by Mr. Mr. DA And Mr. P A R R E Mifs And Mifs B R U N T O to be by Mr. And the by Mifa BRUNT In AM Muscle The Vocal Parts by Mr. Mr. Mrs. and Mrs. To added the Farce of B A R AT A R I A TURNED Sancho Mr. Mr. ' Mr. Don Mr Tereza Mrs. Webb Mrs. Mifs And Mary the Mrs. Part the Pit will be laid into the Tickets and Places for the Boxes to be had of No. 5, - and of Mr. at the Stage will be produced for the a new called Fair the of Signora AT the King's Theatre in the THURSDAY the 16th will be the favourite Comic called I VIAGGIATORI The HAPPY The by Signor performers by Sipiora Signor Signor Mifs and Signora del particular Signora will favourite r End of I. a new by Signora the two jun. and &c. Sec. ' End of a entirely by jun. the two 10a. 6d to be had of Mr. tbr of the 3> Market E MR. wanting in gratitude and r c I D O U R A N I O LARGE TRANSPARENT k to the polite and vrto attended his Evening not to his their attention and he is to repeat his ASTRONOMICAL Oa elaborate and which 73 and to make the of the 6f an at Mi die Theatre Every of the Heavens is rendered fo end that a fair of the Machine the in their Every has any apparent caufe or as a nearer dw of nature has ever en 4*fi�ft-'d the may be nad at No. on of Theatre wi i be made very continue at hii in * March 14, 1786. rHE and Gentry ard that there will be a CONCERT at on THURSDAY the 16th in which will be introduced favourite Principal Parts by Mrs. anji ARROWSMITH The under tKe Direction of Mr. Three Shillings and Sixpence each Tea Coffee frill be opened at Eight and the MUSiCK For the of Mr. April the 4th, 1786, Will be KJ performed a CONCERT of and INSTRUMENTAL The particulars of which will be is 103. 6d. to btf had of Mr. No. D h P I F O R D ASS E M L THE are to take that the which was to have been THIS is till the N THE for the Benefit of this Charity will be preached at Chrift in the County of on Sunday the 2d day of by the Right Reverend Father in SamueL Lord before His Royal Duke of VICE His Grace the Duke of His Grace rhe Duke of William M. P. George M. P. Thomas A R D S. John Thomas John Samuel John Stephen & T E VV Lord B. Vice Admiral of Herbert Charles Thomas Lion Dinner to be on Table at Four o'clock The Stewards the Governors and Friends of this Charity to meet at the on the Sunday at Ten to proceed from thence to the Church and on the the Dinner will be at the London at Four when will be performed a very Ode adapted tp the fct to by THOMAS Reguler and LONDON March 8, 1786. AT a General Meeting of the Merchants and Owners of Mr. Alderman WATSON in the Thornton reported the proceedings of the Committee appointed by the General held on of and produced the Copy of a Petition of the faid which he to the Houfe of for leave to bring in a which had been ' That Mr. Alderman and Mr. Thornton he to carry fuch through the Houfe of That in order tp a Fund to bear the expence of the faid each Owner be to One Guinea of Lloyds or to the Matter of the Jamaica That the thanks of this Meeting be given to Mr. Alderman and Mr. for the trouble they have taken in the of this That be printed jn aU the daily S H. 77 44 2 FOR BY Order of the Honourable of his iu the Long at the on the of 1786, at Three o'clock in the in of 4, 6, 8, and 10 cafes U G A R S. T. B. % % Xj 119 78 St. 1 2 8. Barrels 1 I Tierce ' } 1 Bag The to be viewed at Wycherley's Bear on the the 15th, and the of St. JJA M E TO be fold by private An of a and very convenient felling houfe in complete with a large in which are all kinds of fruit and vegetables in- by gravel walks and a and a door into the There is alio and other of the of grourd belonging to the they are capable of any additional for the of ever fo large a and are extremely well adapted for any or Gentleman of who is. of a town that may like wife the of a country villa near The may be feen by between the hours of two and four any day in jhje Saturday and Sunday by applying to and in Great PATENT SA ' Strong Article in For and By his called EVERLASTING X which for durability in wear and fer exceeds yet in as it will neither wear ruily nor fifty per cent- Patterns of the articles may be almott the capital in Bo- ough of and in order prevent the by takes this o declaring it is folti at 11, i all * 1* punctually Letters an- by the 1'ubiick's * Moil humble SOCIETY's March 10, 1786-^ THE of the Marine will be held at the London on day the 16th in proper to will be bv Sirring 3oys, attended by the Poor Boys clothed by the S E W Right Hon. Lord Wnu Philip Miller John Efq A Sam. jun. Bennet Petit No be except whom the and Stewards may think to bring with N. B. There a Court on the fame The Chair to betaken at Eleven The Governors in from the to which will he on table precisely at * of it. THE Noblemen and Gentlemen of promoting this and much wanted are to take notice that the Dinner of the will he Friday the 17th being Sr. PATRICK's at the FREE MASON's ip Great when the of appearance is particularly to countenance an infant The Moa the Marquis oi in the B. The Names of the Stewards wijl be in the of this Dinner to be on the table half - part and to be had at the bar of the at 10s. 6d\ Signed by Tins week will be Price is. 6d. THE A As it is performed at the By the Author of Printed for T. in the to a Nobleman or either in town or by a is of thirty years of age or to a Nobleman or Any can be and reference for character to fome or a line to and To and TO be by Order of the Lords of the alt the materials of the Houfe and Offices Jace in the occupation of Sir RoKert at adjoining to the Admiralty of Lead Water and other and a very elegant next with Stone Gate &c. very proper for the entrance to a Park ' The may be and particulars known by application to Mr. to whom for clearing away the muft be 4*livcrt'd, oa or before the roth day of this Warehouse for fine Lamp and No. 5, Covent Garden George Downing OH informs the and Publick in that he continues fell by retail his real genuine lamp at his original reduced to any part of the Carriage An elegant of new invented Lamps every p on the Order for the for exportation punctually WAX at as. 8d. per burn without Guttering or 1^ Wax to his and Royal 29, iu forms the and Publick in that he a very large of prime Wax for the commands of his which he means to fell pn the fame low terms as laft for which hp had fuch That Honey from which 4fas fo recommended by the late Dr. for all with any or of all and every Foreign and pure as from the * N. B. for Wax Candles or Honey fent the fame day to any part of the of the the Balfam of Honey for in Boales at is. 6d. and * s STABLE finger arid barrel upright with a curious new invented and warranted to fland in Piano ditto ditto in and for convenience Grand 4'tto on 3 new recced in and price under the original grand Piano Pedal of the Piano Forte new in vented quartet and upright for manufactured and fold by Longman and No and No. 13. Hay large of the above well to all ready at the notice for Great variety of approved hy capital * Piano lent conveyed and tuned in Town and the and if and payment made the hire will be An object worthy attention of or to be fold cheap v and a price given for good old or 10 W This W. ELOISA to piled to iff Singing Gray's and Pope's for the and fold at his No. 14, Where maybe forth and five harmonized from Scots hy the above and were in their days for loves The ad of this pair are Their does not for they both found in So new and fo and at liberty without ' ' Vide of March 1780., AT a yery and ref Meeting of the Ret of of London and borough and SKINNER in thr by the Chancellor of rHe ufe to 3"d explain an the laft duties on Retail dearly admits that the Tax is a That it is that the in no exceeds and in cafes amounts to pur is trifling and ineffectual for whix it nits the the Tax to it gives no to the perform by it. That the evidence given at tke bar of the Houfe of the of Retail Teasers in publick rents were extravagantly called for and yet thU of totally excluded ail benefit from the as it That the Tax upon Retail Shops has been beyond of to be of rhe therefore by his frequent tQ give doorkeepers a very That a general in lieu of Tax on Retail be infinitely more the Retail although they very thin their proportion to and the Con m it tee are to their endeavours to obtain fuch That the Committee be and if relief be denied in the Set they are to rake the ti petition Parliament in the and in every reeding until the of the Houfe of awakened to the claim Retail That the Thanks of this Meeting be given to ninety-three Members of the of who a Repeal of the Shop That the this Meeting be given to the Chairman for his great diligence tention in the criufe of the Retail fof his impartial ' That the of this Meeting te given to Committee for the and in. their to ferve the Retail and particularly to Stock and w the and explicit evidence given by them at the Bur of the Houle of in of the for a Repeal of the Shop That of thia be in all the daily and evening by the THOMAS M General 7, R. PALMER 6a
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