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   Aurora And Universal Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 12, 1781, London, Middlesex                                Ufli A O S L MI mi 11 J XvDuul In xiFCC In tttoejle jjfeen rtxteeh xAsirs to in USOK H Mr L f it Winlibwctirtsijifti a variety of Gatfcnet Work in Gftefts of and Wdtafe with a quantity of inferior Fwni vfcich will afcfdtotely be fold without ft viewed till the when Catalogues may be had at the Jt ALivefcoiour tafF Spdakl long slid anfwers to of L WtytieicMftt iwng to ifaali receive Half more Tft conclude witii a entirt new and Tic Scenery defigned by Mr Pe and vnder his Nothiag tonder full price wiil the Boxes to be taken of Mn a Five Vivaut Rex The SCHOOL FOR i The A T Ae Theatre in Will te preftnted a ffew The SIEGE of SYN The ipal by HE ND W H 1 T F I t I p R O B S O N Mr LESTRANGC And Jfcsv Y TB Afld a new Prologue and Prologue to be fpoken by And the Epilogue by To which will be jjth time a new Pan HARLEQJUIN To conclude with a PROCESSION of the Principal GRAND from the Creation to the prefent drefled in the Habits of their re Ages and With New PA and Thepaintings executed by Mrffieurs Hodgings and The Pantomime by Books of the with an explanation of the to be had at the Nothing under full Price to be Boxes Pit Firft Upper The doors will be opened at a quarter after Five To begin at a quarter afjter No perfons admitted behind the nor any money returned after the curtain is drawn Places for the boxes to te of Brandon only at the Stage Vivant Rex The MERCHANT of and LOVE A HOUSE or LODGINGS To be LET or Firft and Second to gether or with moft defirably in Great Portland Portland Enquire at in Portland Street 5 orof the Printer of this at the Office in Chancery Lane RICHARDSON and GOODLUCK refpeafully acqnaint the That fhe Go vernment State Lottery for Ireland begins drawing the of The tickets are fold and divided into bares fronj to a fixteenth at their offices in the Bank facing the Kings They have formed a very advantageous plan of chances at two pne gui and half a guinea made From the for the whole time of and include every in theLottery each chance having three that ftiouUl one or two of the numbers be the third may prove which purcjiatbri beft chancefor With manyotbei fuperior advan wi41 appear the themes patUcuJars at ajod it is merit attention of Country may have their tJiaresi Tenf pay abh at or a fliort Life j HEmatoyfracuJs tolMtrcd J pcbpje to part wkh and fell othei under their often to the ruih of and firft induced the Adveitifer to ofer his ffervice to tlie in which many to buy and fell by mort howfehold furniture and other on the raoft reafonable bywhich peribns Tc afluredof receiving tneutmoft value for their which often falls a prey to defigning wlto make of purchafing felling them again at an advanced Enquire or direft for at of at No H The advertifer is a legal and as uch refponfible at all times for his i r the AUROR H A R L E S F E s PATENT WARMING MACHINES fereitt Sorts and on the only title Prin in which for elegance and are not to be in Europe 5 tljey ate mide to burn with er without a with peat will perfectly expel the and render new buildings immediately cure all fmoaky with one fire will fufficiently warm the largetl The UWftDJlY without any other Will harden the and fnrnifli with heaters and fttts fofficient for any The PORT WARMING MACHINESwithout are made to diffufe a mdft agreeable and heat for twelve without adapted to general conveniencev in fedan church the fitting at table at at and in beds they are fo pe culiarly ufcfui in that no perfon of fortune dayX journey without one of skid oppofite Somerfet in the and no where To the or Families Furnijhing By the K I N Gs At HUGH J O N E Ss New very near HPHE SALISBURY KFI and Biking in any Room or open air by which a dinner may be dreued with lefs than penny worth of highly recommended by the Society for the encouragement of at as being very uTeful to officers in camp or in and Gentlemens hunting or Alfo the NEW INVENTED fo much applauded in Captain Simess late as an article ufcfui in quar or on the and for To prevent it is requelted the or the houfe may he Strong Double Block Tin KITCHEN FURNI without and every pernicious effedt in fetsfrom three to ten re commended to as weU as for Camp and Of being not liable to oj want new Likewjfe a new invented LAMP for which prevents finoke and removes improper and the much admired new in vented TEA Alfo hot or highly recommended as being much fupenor to any other of and is fo coivftnufted that it maybe fixed by a bedIide without the leaft in Likeveifc a new invented PERPE TUAL heated by the kitchen and Pewter Furniture elegant Lamps for halls ami Cham ber and Kettles for the The and Nervousdif radically and wafted and reftored to former by means of a peculiar mode ef rirufculai oppofite in the bisobtained his MajelLysRoyal Letters for his particular method of curing the above which he effectually with out internal or external applica heat of fir or fumigation or ConvakftentsheefreftiraWy preferves from expels wjth certainty all pains from tie and in a few radically cures the cramp and difj pates ora ginating from gouty or any other In order dojuftice to the it is recommended to them to apply for cure during ttie intervals of whereby they willprevent are have time to ftrerigthen their All gentlemen who applyt ffiall be candidly ia1 formed relief they mayexpeSi and a Ions regifter of cures performed onpetfonsof the Firftferifci and Sundays M I Jaft took leave of I fimfhed portrait of what thannan muff whojiias Deduced birofelf to the dire neceffity of becoming the of That thing you wte you exercifed your ftrain every the caufe of admini ftraiionj their ineafures you ever ftrenuonfly vio was their add deaf to every adnoftitiori that militated againft their The complaint of the people in that golden were not to be their right to pe tition wags confidered by 34 They hadtvcfted their power in the hands of their and it was by the mediation of them alone the ear of the Croun was to be af failed people were bound by ypur hav ing to you and your felyes confidered as the true democratic in whom centered every will of the by whole judgment every aft of fuperior command was or you gave them their proper voice was the voice f the fine ou were You was then on the you fubmitted to its fafclnating effefbj intereft the grand Nlctomancer fpread his influ encs over chance has lity againll his artful machination s the only we can makq for you far when we find mens opinions tending 3 different times to points diametrically we are certain Truth and Reafon direcls not to the two ex Sacred Hiftory informs that the Archfiend was hurled headlong from his orfeftial that his heels kicked at and he What his crime Not widely differs your Love of pleafure drove you from thofe manfions of blifs in which were and revenge feems to your bofom j forwe now find your invention your rhetoric turned agaiait men you condefcended to applaud and apparently imbibe thofe fenti nttnts yojis formerly reprobated with the utmoft Indeed to fuch an enormous height do you carry your that on al fee it pouring forth in the full ride of bitter whatever ground ou take up your like the Methodical cant which always concludes in yours termi nates in minifterial So decerminedly do you purfue that fingle that you labor only to inflame the minds of the without regard to truth or conffiiency for your reafon ing have been and fraught with the malevolence of not repkte with the good of your country and your conclufions drawn falfe framed for the purpole of deceiving your Since you was diverted of your political the Englilh language fcarce been copious enough to fupply you with farcaftic Adminiftration have experienced their malignan and fhe fertility uf your imagination has been variouQy tortured to embellim illiberal poignancy of your fo much that common fenfe mull ever at tjve ihatne ful I enter upon ftfb jedt in order to hew genera tendency of your it be to that 1 mean not to condemn or vindicate any meafures of the onryfntend rb take In To much as will fhewyousrcondud inchefemacters and in the early period of our unhappy divifion the Miaifters were ftiled by and unable to condud fo great a concern as that of bringing oar revolted children to obedience whatever was propofed to that end was univerfaJly oppofed by When it advisable to bring them tofubmiflion by force of were dun ftiied to deluge the landwith brothers to awoid that a few were ferit in order to make an appearance of theirdetermination in of non They were and the Irifli fcemed to threaten an the whole balance lay at the doors adminiftration the Iriih were com mejaded fcr their noble and the mini fters feverely asif that country had thrown off Difparagingrthp of the nrniftry anfwer your pgjrpofe it was then neceffary if ma more hateful peiHt ot were now to be confidered as defigaing men that the fuccefs of our aplan as if formed by to reduce nation under the yote of your addtefc to what did you deliver rr have di vided America from from fin j are now ggisQ todivide England froin power into a in thew yt b anSIhe liberties their What a metamorpholls tlitfe infafficient who were of reducing Amenea to and cimnjpg to rhe of bringing about a rf fubrvertiog the eoaiiitjjj changing jthe lahd of freedbffl Tnto Ahs fimilar to tFefe ft has that iate cropt the gJarjes of re duced its with its miSipfied of its Arts fimilar te Jiaye macle burallies torn and left usto fight our battles Had it not been for internal vye ndigbt Jill have laughed kt foreign flood the envy and wonder sfthe Sir 1 you have doqe more thaa whjat Above haye called to yciir ai4the nwaneft trick of fijphiilical drdw jo eftablilh favourite the odMirn of the you have drawn limited conchifions from that felfintereJl might operate on the narrow minds of the unlettered vulgarPuring the poll for in haranging the their ears with the following and willing that the fucceis with which our arms had at that time in America been deter if pofliblej to call a gloom over thje pleaT ing profpect you What has vie tones done for you the inhabitants Wcftminlter with a oppreffive houfe why Ihould we wonder Tis the voice of a I was my and trace you through your different I ihould ftill find you wading thro the fame turbid the air areuni yoa What I have hete brought before you I befufiweirtto coavmce the that however fpecious pretences may however graced with the flowers of laid out with whatever art you are mafter clofe examination is abfb lutely in order to detect the various fallacies too plainly not to deceive an unwary Apparent an eafy flow of wellchofen and an artful arraaoe ment of are very apt to fteal upon die underftanding and it is with regret even the judicious reject the opinions fo happily in judging of man we mu6 Jn veftigate the motives of his thefe fbmp their intrinficalue an where we find one exer cifing his talents for we ihould eye him as a and ever carry an antidote about us againft the malignancy of his poifonIn this I coniider In this light I would have the world confider The fentiments you let fall 1 regard not as thofe refultingfrom honeft dic tates of the Sir I view them as the offspring of artful fubciliies of put into your fo to that they may inflame the enfnare the confound the ftindifcern and deftroy thofe who bafk in the funfhine of royar TO CORRESPONDENTS We confider ourfelvas much obliged to for hL very polite which mould immedi acely have a but we fear ft niight be deemed too high a complrment to Ouffdves it is our defign to raife our Paper or Conre qqence by expofing the errors of our we only wifli ro prevent the public from being milled by Confcious that without del cending hold up the faults of our own preeminence muft be eitabfiflied fure bafis of authentic and impawiaf In ervatArs remarks on the PuffcHreS In the Courant of for the above reafon isin u feeras the avowed the conductors of that to mijlead tfcfeir and ic alfo feems equally the avowed inclination of tlwir to be hints fliall be attended Diogenes on the depravity of the is It is ever our wifh to pay the greateft defererce and refpecl to our fair readers and cotrefpptid therefore the ptietry wrote by a Cady fliall very foon have a Stricture on fome noted charafters are rather too porn ted and we are apprehetifive a pu blication of them might fubjeft the Prints to an Anecdbfl is We imtft have the partJcalars of the amours between corpoFal and the lifp rag fair of better can with propriety lay them before Wi would recommend Syftton Cenjorious Ejter id conwriunieatrtheir rurare tjoass to the fadifeg MORNIKO and are otatac teHKicks of the farftf hr the coarfe of the Under confideration X Ai unhappy fu fere fs by the aft for enlarging   

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