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Morning Post (Newspaper) - April 18, 1793, London, Middlesex No. 6237. THUR SB A Y A P R I L s o KING'S THE ITALIAN IT will be With the of i LE FAUNE And Pantomimic Ballet of AND Dance rauft be ojn account the great preparation making for the New Grind On tUESDAY NEXT will be for the Grand in Four - which has lone in entitled IN SACRIFICE OF ' With entirely New and The of the Ballet entirely by * for tho Ballets at the Opera at - FAVRE The Young GENTILL - and by the CORPS DE In the of the Performance is introduced the Grand of IPHIGENIA into The &c. &c. by Signor and executed by him and his Tie Decorations by Mr. the by Signor The Managers beg leave particularly to that no Gentleman on that Night will come behind the as the number of People engaged ia the and the variety Scenery and render fuch highly THE THE w i t ii THE MAYOR OF Ar T-G HOW TO GROW with THE POOR BLAND mod informs her Friends and the that her BENEFIT fixed for May the when will A FAVOURITE In which Mrs. JORDAN will With a FARCE and ENTER TAIN MEN Tickets to be had of Mrs. No. 12, St. ana of Mr. at the where for the Boxes may be having the validity of the DORMANT PATENT to be bv the PROPRIETORS of this the l the fame have authorised me 10 that Aah after the ltd left i removed by tlie unanimous opinion of PI GO I H A R G R A V a 1 id B U RIO the ' to whom the nutter was to the New RENT CHARGES will to that the URES will be forthwith made on the Trult and notice will be oi the PAY MEN 1 to be made at and RICHARD April 17, 1793. Solicitor for MR. w 1 ire PERFORMANCE will be This Evening the Grand Haydn Signof Con- Bert int. Madame Grand M. and Part the New M. S. Signor Madame The Doors to be opened at and to begin at Eight N. B. of continual applications from many of the for Single for their which Mr. Salomon has not thought at liberty to he thinks it his duty to acquaint the at that Single if Guinea each will be delivered at the Rooms every Eleven to Three on tion from any Lady or who has Km the honour of but as particular attention mud be that no more tickets for each night's Rooms he hopes that a id may apply too will not he into t 1 - SHARP ta the 1- that the Portrait of Engraved bv Mr. from an excellent by Mr. will be ready to be delivered to the at his 8, Charles near the on the 29th of GREAT PA THIS and EVERY ar Half paft Seven NEW VARIOUS ENTERTAINMENTS 1. Madame will play PIECES of MUSIC the Skur WHISTLE after which Madame RE- BECQUE will ling Two FAVORITE accompanied cn the 2. Mr. BRESLAW will Invented Magical Card Silver Gold Silver and Glafs &c. &c 3 Madame WARN IQ ' F will a SOLO on the VIOLIN and the NEW will imitate VARIOUS to of the The Rooms will be Admittance Three Shillings each Tickets to be 1i;h1, or any per fen inclined to learn fome Receptions on &c. apply to Mr. at No. 9, the EVERY from ELEVEN till SADLER's THIS PRESENT and the following great Variety of particularly a favourite COMIC not performed here Ten called THE CALEDONIAN LIBERTY 6J 13HE/F00RTH MEETING of the FRIENDS THE ANCHOR on aOth when will have 9REYy M. P. in tlie Hon. John M. Alderman Coombs Samuel John Hon. T. M. ' John WilKam M. P. Nicholas Dinner on fable at Five but as there will be previous ks requeued at Three ' Tickets 6d. to be had at the Bar of the and at An application wiH be as the faie of on the 19th V ' r HISTORIC THE EXHIBITION of PICTURES for the Complete OF is now continue open every Faft Day and Sundays GREAT and R. EXHIBITION of URLS from the is now One for the Prints enslaved from this Collection which Twelve are already are received at the Exhibition ami at UNDER THE OF HER No. Nsw Grand Exhibition of SHAWL STATE RED and fur from 1S magnificent y with elegant State worked &c. and with every the whole forming Spectacle of Home ever exhibited in this The Needle Work Employment Tor young from Four Years of Age to the Spectator will - In one of tho Rooms will be work THE in which Four Yards for which Mr Knights was honoured with a Medal fr: in tlie Society for and was wove Sy One The will open at and at Five ADMISSION is. 6d. MEETING of the Pfc A CH A will be held 3: the LONDON This at One JAMES Sec. are in his Ji or in Town and Country on the moil 1. by WILLIAM 1", M. D. and of the London Medical who nuy be witn either or by on Saturday tne 90th between the hours of and at Wo 368 in the dedicated to Dr or be had of the Author as ab 1 * J * row and Mm Day is Free 3s. descriptive of the March and Appointment of Army towards with bis own ot executed a intended to print off only who widi to fo curious a are to fend their orders as as to J. No. 24^ Temple Bar Of whom may he Two one of the Tree of and tlie oilier of the Tree of contr the of two Price One Shilling Alfo may The m the beft HERTFORDSHIRE for the of obtaining a Parliamentary April 15, 1793* this SOCIETY do highly approve of the of the of the Friends of the of March 16,57^3, to their of April 1792, a Motion be made in the of in the v r ese n t for a Parliamentary and that Charles be to and the Hon. Thomas to In the and by GENTLEMEN ACCOMMODATED WITH A REGULAR INGLE GENTLEMEN often complaining of the Expiree and inconvenience 01 Principal Mr. and Mrs. The ana - An entirely New in a Series cf Scenes Supping at oi Public ( drawn from the recent and Occurrences on liged either to make a with di 1! Apr 1 l 1797- HE Court of cf the United of of ire ding to tiu do give Thut of the J Company ut than in on Saturday at in the drawn from the recent and Occurrences on the inte with &c. called THE SANS THE INVASION pF In which is a of the principal Events during that and to its viz. 1. The March of Troops from Antwerp to attack Dutch 3. Their Irruption info the Dutch with the Pillage of the Grand 3.* The and gallant Defence of with the and of an 4. The Sortie made by the by a Party of The Burning of by the Sans and with Cott or Dinners or and S without on very moderate Terms and This Day is in three Volumes Price one Guinea in HISTORY of from JL of the Colony o' G D bv the to the Death of the By the AUTHOR of the HISTORY of FR F. Tt is remark the n ri R there is no HISTORY of SPAIN extant ia the 1 Printed for C. and G. No. 46, may be A new in Thr e Price Eighteen s in ot The HISTORY of dowto 2nd A COMPLETE NARRa iVE of Far a of this Work the Public are queried to refer to the En- and t ram The HISTORY of the of the bv -o the Death Marcus Antonu Three Price Eighteen m This Work is alfo very highly fpo en of the - With Seven a of St s. a n s. The Society will be and every Attention paid the Advertizer to render it may pai fait Gentlemen of the of and Letters to A. at Mr. Gun No. 50, be attended Two Gentlemen may be accommodated with N. 15. A Set of Wine Vaults to This Day is Price Thres Shillings and The TWELFTH EDITION of the of including many of his Letters and all liis + Ds sc 1 r 0 s and e 1 s- and men Af p n. 17, 1793. HE Court of Directors of the United Lorn puny H of of trading to the do five Morrow a that can c mm and from Two 10 Three and that take an part in a Ready Money the moll profitable of any now carried and in full The property belonging to the Factory will amount to more than the capital if more money be any whom this have every enquiry fully by a letter to Y. at Fench National previous to their by 6. The final and Retreat of Army into and the revolted State of that 7. The Arrival and Capture of the GENERAL and his declaring for a KING at the Head of his The whole finishing with a Trio and Chorus of VIVE LE ROI The Scenes painted by Mr. from Views taken in and the and the Dutch and French copied after correct Drawing fent from The New by Mr. In the of the Evening will be introduced a New Local Allegorical of and called THE HALL OF THE LAND WE LIVE IN. A C CURE for INFALLIBLE GERMAN CORN Proprietor of this mod excellent Remedy JL is fo certain of its having never failed in a variety of if it does not eradicate the root and to return the It on the in a few and the without loaft Printed directions up with it. This is the celebrated that gained fo much reputation in been fold in London upwards of rifty years with the Price is. the Sold wholesale and No. 1, near the and by No. 27, St. Mr. No. 376, arid and at Mr. Bacon's No. 150, by Mr. Wade's ON Ll 5. Another Edition is alfo to be printed in oa a and hot Price in tor C. and G. 4(5, where ntay be lately I With a grand COMMERCIAL n which are the different Trading Con- of Great with their various THE - Right of Masse has given the Proprietor of the Dl Fhe r Sn ak his which are adde in the fame the Fifth Edition and Shillings and Sixpence o so of Maxims and critical to which are now Anecdotes of the from the Memoirs of Mr. and with a Price Three Shillings and The lis duties of the Tat e r and Gu a ot connected and under Alphabetical in Two the Third Price Six Shillings The R ties of the Wo l a and Idl in Two Price Six Shillings and explained by at- JL has given tlie proprietor oi - tendant apd including a correct Unking PATI her to inform the of ' That of a violent her Mr. No. 36, RESPECTFULLY informs the that feis CARDIAC and TINCTURE is row daily by the with the in of the and fevere and nervous in and the chronic and by the preternatural the an i oi the which arife from corporeal and in dangerous the and in alarming - and of the this medicine ' gives immediate Strangers to Mr. who have not the with the to be further be to who will to return thinks to medical gentlemen ' who recommend patients to his and trial of his particularly It is Mr. duty to many afflicted with the atonic or flying and other complaints of the and in decline of and other dates of haying this medicine previous to intended journies to Sec. been and completely By His Royal Letters this medicine -is fold iu at 2s. 5s. anci 6i. and in Hopper flints at 3s. 6d. 7s. and 14s. at Mr. No. 36, Mr. Rymer may be relative to the above arid between the hours of ten and I to Triday of THE FLAGS OF ALL with a Loyal wherein will be introduced the popular of God Save the Rule and Britons drike The Wooden The D and numerous en- tirely The Mr. The Mr. A new and capital of Agility on the TIGHT By the inimitable Mr. from uncommon Performances have been fo in tbe different Capitals of the Continent during the lad Five Alfo the Exertions of LA BELLE The Evening's Performances to conclude with a favourite THE WITCH OF THE IN THE The Principal Characters by Mr. Mr. Signor Mr. Mr. and Mr. Mrs. Mils her appearance on any and Mrs. The MUSIC by Mr. Four Two One Places for the Boxes to be taken at the Wells from Ten till * The Doors to be opened at Half pad Five and begin at Half pad Six Books of the to be had at the Price it It Ci tt tt had laboured under a and with but trifling for above twelve Many Medicines had been without and a of the was A Gentleman of the Faculty at length recommended the to her It's ule foon produced a gentle and free the cough and in a few weeks the voice Was and health and were N. B. Many other Pe ac of the have their obligations to the of this elegant and for the benefit of the given Mr. FULLER to make ufe of their Names in its recommendation In this of tlie when the weather is fo and colds ufe of this fragrant LOZENGE asa is attended with the beft with the precaution of taking one or two Lozenges in the mouth previous to entering into the cold the are nitrous of the arid Catarrhal and all their and often fetal are effectually prevented Mr. FULLER feels it his duty to inform the that are genuine which have Mr. lle k in his own on the given with Sold only 1)f AT HIS 8, of near the At 2S. gd. the duty Alfo by 150, Tutt Randall j. Royal E. Corner of St. Paul's j and by Nov. 13, Old To the THE BALM OF WHITE For and beautifying the THIS celebrated Balm is far to preparation ever before made for its innocence and Such are its great it will be found to all the powers of thoroughly the pores of the at the fame of it an animated and delicacy of tint equal to the for remove all and All or is cured from a cooling quality it it is particularly calculated to relieve fhe Ikin from the effects of the fun in or in giving a feel removing by and part to it is applied beautifully by appointment by S. Mis Royal the Duke cf 118. and at Mr. at 3s. 6d. Every article of French of the from tlie md Bed Rouge de Martain and Pomade a la 6.1. per as. and Seemed for from 2s. to 16s per - Hair Powders this or any other can and free from ground or any lb prejudicial to the Hair fold at is on pured and own at and per Large Pots of ta the is. per of the The above articles on the fame at A
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