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Public Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 2, 1771, London, Middlesex MO N D Yy 01771=/ twopence HA Y ARK AT Royal in the This Day will be The Mr by Mr. by Mr. i Mr. Capt. Mr. Gentleman i Mr. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. In A3 a Song by Mr. by To which The MAYOR uf Major Mr. t Jacob Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Miller and Jerry M r. WESTON I Mrs. Mrs. Collet n Mrs. Mrs. to keep Places are to be Five Places to be taken of Mr. The S WELl 8. THIS at Six the ENTERTAINMENTS of this Place will The by Mr. Mt. Miti and Singing by Mn. Beaumont j by Mr. - The Whole to conclude with aa Entertainment of ' Mate and Dancing The of -' With an Scene of his to the in a new invented Grotto Georges Matter IYO ' MORROW will be Concert of P A R SIR B. In ITALIAN FANTOCCINI of Mr. CARLO the of performing This and every uay a called N r E R O. Bnd A vrill play a Concert upon And a Shepherd trill accompany ber with the tad 11. A Blatk will perform fundry wonderful Balances a Aft A Tumbler will With a Pantomime by the Urge Family of the jealous ' Piece of the Italian Theatre is in and with many agreeable of which TUt Admittance Half Crown each Ko Vivant Rex U THE Nobility and Gentry at having their of having a MA S K ' B A- L 1 with the of the fixed on the for and as J am determined to do all in my Power to oblige the will Pains nor to haye every Thing m an elegant and provide a cold Defert and the beft of and hope every Thing will the Expectation of the who favour me with their H. J. The Doors will be opened at Ten o'clock that i Tickets at One Guinea which will admit one 1 or two to be had at i he London Alban's St. St. j apd Anchor Strand Tom's ' and at the ' Inns and and i ' Mr. Ladies and intend i with Tickets the 4th of that he as are - V Aug. 19. T Royal Office -is are Tenants for in of Money in the York or any certain Artillery upon 1 6f'Annaitiei,for may have Attendance in in Letters duly Price N to j by h Con trav in it. Printed for j. No. 71,'St. it John's near the ' ' ' N E W M U S I C. TUs Day THE Ms. at by Price Book ot 3*. arid - 6
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