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Morning Herald And Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 23, 1784, London, Middlesex m X R E. * the - called by with grand to the | | 1 ' of I. a new by ' ' Mr. SLINGSBY and Madame an entirely connected wich the - The SLAVES and Mr. and Madame With painted .by 1-fQVOSIELSKl, new and both fur and Doors he opened at and begin at 5s. Second 3s. j N.B. Nobility and to the Opera intreated to fend their be in order to prevent 110-kody can be admitted without producing a is given at the in from ten till three and The and the new door in the for chairs A Drury - Dk U K y A N K. OT ACTED THIS His M A j E S T Y's C O M PA K Y T the Roval in- T- H I- S E YE N 1 -N THE R E E. N G JARRE - Mr. B A R R Y M O R Mr. Asd Mr. B R E R E T O Mifs And E. fft which be the 151b. T H A T H Q 4*?u.!Ora3. will be Monday t with additional of ie continued oh every Monday during the ' of Kettle The Admittance Five Shillings v The Doors will Be at Half and at the Dances There will be a at this on 19th of a New called H A R h E a V I N N. I The M-a c i c e of Venice j and the this and C O V E N f - G A KD ji N. ACTED TWO T Theatre - Covent T H 1 S V E N 1 K ' The C A RELESS H U S B A - Mr. Lord Mr. * V - - MrsT of the in Two Told in sailed R I V A L KNIGH To will be O S S P U R P OS E S. r the of nnt this TJie ROY A L C 1 R C U S. and every the Entertainments of this place will with a variety of of HORSE M A N S H I t Relieved and divided by and given in a perfectly a plan entirely - The Evening's will be in 3?y an the PASS n O N S. The of the Entertainments ie a Grand BACCHUS and A called The C E S T U S. And A called The The Distresses of To conclude with a novel and finking f by Mr. m the Performances will be fold at the the Boxes to be of Mr. at the 3s. Pitt is. is. be opened at Five and begin at Six addition to the a is to of the Vivant Rex et ' TH E Merchants and Traders of this are to met at the This ths at Eleven in the confider of an fu his on the of public As it is the importance public peace and that the of the people be declared at this Jt is every Citizen will think it his as his to be at this the of 1 fumed to you 6)1 a The polite knJ friendly to meet in my me again to Permit me to that If I the honor be ot Jan. 172 for warm a of by and the the jo more too by other 7ahje"rtr>yt By cf they been an ate 3_they, isiv they may be in have that belt of for j they the and variety j at 15, ' had Bf ditto St. Paul's 5 and ' GRAND THE Nobility and Gentry are that attends Elevan to Three at the No. 44;, to deliver the and the T E R M S of the C ONCER T That each fay Six Guineas for a Ticket of ii The as Ladies to and to That a Committee of have the receipt and expenditure of money B. The Nobility and Gentry their commands jn to William No. 44,' January 1, 17S4. BARLOW and withdrawing from in favor of j William inform their Friends and the that the whole of large ex renfive i of Gold and Silver every fort of Winter and Summer is now to be of at very reduced for the price marked on each Mr. William Jun. having engaged time to enter into ' with Mr. at the Queen's Barlow apd their to honor him with their protection and a continuance of their KEYSER's CELEBRATED THE tried and approved good of in all impurities of the and of the Skim but particularly their decided over other medicines every of and Scorbutic were fp fully by numerous from t e in rank and medical that they have by an order of the near 30 the only Specific employed for thole in the Military and Marine of being by the Royal Academy of to be the and molt efficacious remedy ever yet They are with liberal allowance to the by Mr. George Alfo No. No. 5;, Paul's j and Mr. Charing and no where elfe in N.B. As many have recently been j to which the Authors have forged the of Drr the late the are cautioned to that the of Dr. live each box of the genuine KEYSER's as prepared George his sild aic finned by him only as To the of and - whole and men in the to of the important cures performed on who been uhder the care of and them alfo to hive four patients from the deemed by that injurious the &c. But their pride prevented them from accepting humane offers a up in the from his by his whereby they might have and been convinced by a that it is never faiy to ufe the knife in any to a in the cafe of a in the cafe of an &c. ufe of the and many lives and limbs arc loft and according to the man who deprives a patient of any or a woman of her which with can muft be an abomination before as. alfo a a unworthy of 5 of which Mr. give the eft by found the is rich enough to us with ail proper for the cute of any incident the human But as Mr. fo that is never Xo ufe the in any he will be by our great and very men of the what he would do by a If he then would rather lofe the life of the than of In an Aver to that important Mr. Geifler is that if a furgeon is unable to or a he is unfit for fuch where the lives and Jimbs are upon the of a Mr. Geifler thus oilers to our men of the to give them ovular proofs of his and humanely to all Gentlemen the that if they ih be in any or of a in any to lend he will the fo that no mortification take or if a mortification have he will them with all proper medicines of his own that they may perform a and certain cure in fuch Mr. Geifler that by of. his kind and the of particular to the many lives and limbs may be that practice of fo many of his our &c. may and may deprived of fo many but all the facts Mr. will be by our very men of the as they entirely unacquainted with the true art and of The proofs are if thiy be acquainted wirh they would certainly not Inch criminal fins towards men as they by the human body while in and put them which the Lord them to the Mr. Geifler is. in chat fome gentlemen of honor and humanity among them will or oblige him to fore fome of and them proofs of his cafe of a fo important to in as it is infallibly the part fakes place mult be cut ifh was even the head or Mr. is alfo in Sir as the the trouble upon with other eminent among fifch as and the wight their fuch offers forthe of as are in both to God to art of Jives Hinbs of the N. Mr. Geifler to No. near 4 RICH DE O .MO S E on O r. T. ANTED the Fifteen vvi 11 be regularly a Bankers the Qhe and a Poetical ' ' -i 1 ' ' to them 5fto'^ a capacity he may be thought no a. Premium to any one of a he 11 - 1 H who have Debus Jt under the v ami Christopher may receive the Dividend of ten in tha at in after the of January - ' v Annuity on Iter BoreAle in THE Annuitants oh Mr. are to ot- the 3d day of February at the Devil Temple at One to tike fome mode to-be adopted for enforcing a The to bring with them which may tend to give any information on the and who cannot are requeued to fend any information to Mr. No. 14, Clement's lace to Mr. the fof of being lately arrived from has the honor to offer his to the after the nf we ft he all forts of and teaches the who want .to in at his No. 6, Great ' MA S C R I P T VE R S. TWO of. choice from the of a dignified Clergyman of Church of warranted and never copied written in a plain and legible hand j are fome and preached Good and and two Confirmation the whole on Mcral and Practical To be of by G. No. 71, St. IRISH ani No. 157, New CLARK and inform Nobility and that they a of Poplins in this where they carried on the which they will fell at the who chufe to may be at No. 1, B ih Alio a g eat yard wide N B. An elegant to be ready A-P 1~h~\ SELLING off with at No. 7, the remaining the Stock of the Mr. RICHARD of figured and and plain Sic Ladies to fes this it is have now the favorable that has for fome time A number of black Silks and on the moll The wear To the A D I fully acquaints the and that he is removed to No. 7, will be happy to receive the commands of Ladies by whom he has been heretofore and whom he the to attend at &c. during the finds under the of thus publicly the nf of his for various reported that he was returned to France j but the malevolence of his enemies will be totally defeated he now adopts for that that hz continue to be h mo red the commands of the for favors he returns Jan. 17^.4^ MR. EDMONDSON moil acquaints the that in February he will a the by in 1756. ' This Work to Royal Prince the of all the of Great who have to that dignity from the aboye been carefully examined the in 'the Houfe of The whole engraved and printing bii a by Cipriani vand Price Three A few will be printed oh price Five each entreats intend ' 1 ' ' 1' 11 ' 1'. 1. if 1 1 ' aad beautiful of the A an improved arii of By J K S S E F O O Ot Dean One of. the in and of Sr. ' ' ' Price JOHN of the ' of the Orders of the from the Latin ot - of. - Printed for No. St. Paul's v he the Price is. 6d. at with view to reformation in the Tt was received with in and by the notice of his Day was Four a new ' being the a Of- H R A MB L E S. Printed for J. and S T. B. C. G. T. H. F. Ts J. J. J. W. J. and J. - Of whom mav hi by the fame 1. of the eminent with Critical on their - 4 4s." 2. The 2 6s. 3. A Journey to the Wetern of 6s. 4. Political 5?. Day is in one and Poetical of the WELSH and from Antiquity 5,never wich an drawn by L and engraved by Hall Tunes are Variations for the or With a choc of the or of with Engf a the Period the Time and a Delineation of the by to Royal the Prince of EDWARD Printed fur the and to of at 9, ' - I. 20 inches by 14,'pifcs t* the his any but for and to all hs to tor as Two ta and from Seven till Eight in arid to the teal wax it i and never apid fold Only and and Wax to his 1 6? ' ' ' ' ' We can the Nobility J pur Candles are We caption % * We who lui Wax their - i Fine 4V H a. 78 or bte of the and from made the by and finely painted in Water G. R. A. - - ' In this twelve of the Scenes are of the known but to a where the pf abounds in the variety pf every where the Spectator vvith the beautiful and It that of fuch beautiful and countries be and ass full an I particular iii will be given with each of the whole are allowed to form a tion to any other of that great Maiier in and are to be with of the at e St. 5ubfcription� N The L O N. D O N MA G - d ind THE APPENDIX this pious on a new and an elegant Sher 1 merit as an requires no is price is. commencing the new titled to Mr. Sherwin's elegant -j a few proof of been ror at as. 6d. The proprietors beg leave to the that the volume of in its is now and contains a valuable original men of the literary and Belles In the Magazine for 17S4, bring the the fecond will ba given by of. the Port of the feene of the dreadful The above includes the and an Index j the Magazine for In Four Price D H S T c 'the halted to 'the BT calculated to ' r I M ' M and ' ' V iii Paul's Where any This work .mm fa the Ul
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