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Aurora And Universal Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 15, 1781, London, Middlesex fc T tt U R S ARY Price R U R Y L A N T the Theatre in THIS EVENING will be prefented a RULE A WIFE AND HAVE A Leon by A I C K I PACK E N O R R I P A L M E And the Copper Mifs Mifs K I R B Old B AD D E L E W A L D R O And To which will be added for the isthtime A new Pantomime in two called ROBINSON HARLEQUIN The principal Charterers by SaajaVfj And Mifs C To conclude with a With entire new and The Scenery defigned by Mr De and executed under his Nothing under full price will be Places for the Boxes to be taken of at the The doors will be opened at a Quarter after Five To begin at a Quarter paft Boxes Pit Firft Upper Vivant Rex The By Command of Their COVEN TG A R D E AT the Theatre Will be prefented a called The F U N R A L G R I A L A M O D J Comifellor QJJ I C J O N E And Lady Udy CtofroU L E S S ING P O U S I N Lady Fnd of the SHEPHERDS by MORRIS and Mifs To which by command will be a Ballad never performed here called The by D A V I E W I L S O And Nothing under full Price to be Boxes Firft Upper The doors wiH be opened at a quarter after Five Tfo begin at a quarter alter No pwfons admitted behind the nor any money returned after die curtain is drawn Places for the boxes to he taken Brandon only at the Stage Vivant Rex the authors night The SIEGE of SINOPE with HARLEQUIN T O T H E To be at the Weft End of the ACompleat BAKERs HOUSE and in the moft dgfirable in compjggt witha long and bakes For further Particulars enquire of in near It will require 400 to come in LINCOLNS INN OLD A Very compaft Sett of to be Inquire of Peruke T O BTS A Bloodbay fifteen hands three inches a remarkable fine Very fit for a active in all his warranted Enquire of Sales tiy By RID G E W A By Order of the Affignees of WOODHOUSE a at Garraways in this the at twelve A Freehold Brick moft eligi lett to at per the Houfe contain fix a Ware and good To be viewed by Leave of the Particulars may bejhad at the Place of and at In By R I D G E W A By Oder of the Affigneetof WOODHOUSE a at Garraways Coffee in Exchange This the i jth at ASubfiawfef Brick Dwelling with fmall Garden molt eligibly the Eaft Side of held for a of which 14 Years were unexpired at Michaelmas fubjeS a of per at prefent letloX Leafe to Thomas Efq for a of which about two Years are fubject to a Rent of per An The aforefaid Houfc contains five tyro a two two Alfo a fubflamial Brick and Garden fituated held for a of which 19 Years were unexpired at LadyDay fubjeft to a GroundRent of per at prefent lett on Leafe to for a of which about nine Years are fubject to a Rent of per Annum 5 the Houie contains feveh three a two two a Wafli Houfe and with Room May be viewed by Leave of the and Particulars had at tho Place of and at Fenchurch By R I D G E W A At Garraways in this the at twelve by order of the Affignees of WOODHOUSE Timber a A Valuable Freehold moft eligibly fitu atted in Gofwellftrcet near the Turnpike comprifing a Brickbuilt containing eight bed chambers a two fervants wine and coal a fpacious in which is a range of com prifing nine about feet and 24 feet a a a thiee ftall ftable and and a fwirJlall ftablc and rif miles are in Alfo a large about 440 feet long by Z4 feet left on leafe to Dicktnfon and for a of which 11 years are fubjc3 to a rent of per A and two warehoufes lett on leafe to Calvert and for a of which L years are fubject to a rent of per Two and warehoufes lett to Dic and for a of which about 17 years are per Two ware lett on leafe to for a of which about 18 years and a half are at per in the poffef fion of at per A large work and a fmall in the poffeffion of at per And two fmall mef lett to Clark and at 7 per May be viewed by applying to Particulars may be had on the and at F ftr By R I D G E W A Oft the at by order of the Affignees of WILLIAM i on Monday the igth rPHE valuable Leafe and Good willof a com modious with every convenient arid requifite building neceffary for carrying on the bufi nels together with a fpacious and a newbuilt dwelling houfe The whole in excellent moft eligibly fituated at Stepney alfo about 30 acies of excellent pafture land contiguous the whole held for a of which zi yean are fubjeft to a rent of per be viewed on Fri Particulars on the and at Ridge in By R I D G E W A By order of the Affignees of WILLIAM a on at on and Thurf the and 2 zd ALL the valuable Stock in together with the houfhold E comprifing upwards of 700 rrels of exeellont 500 quarters of five tons of two large two large liquorback lined with large lead copper and wood an eighteen feet horfewheel abed ftone and running and apparatus compleat tor grinding malt large and underbacks upwards of 800 170 izo fundry and kilderkins three large will hold upwards of 500 barrels fundry working ftlflions a quantity of ftafting and cleanfing leather about 45 chal drons of eight ftout draught two mill and a nag 19 a large parcel of old iron and fundry butt ropes and pul two carts and about 18 loads of and other To be viewed on Friday Catalogues then may be had on the and at Fenchurchftreev To THE perty of a by By S I B the and the following To Way DC had on the Honftold toj other his Mid ole perfectly and in excellent wed This whrn Catalogues and of Savriie MACHINES Great numbers of our Britifli who have ho fortune to depemi bat who have been decently brought find only two general ways of fubfifting in this They moll either attend On people of fafliibnas waidng or they muft give themfelvea op to the millinary and tambour from the cruel folly of fhefe thofe of either profeffion are eqoally deipifed and neglected and the folc reaRm for this isj that they are not that they are born in and not in They become therefore mere be equalled in Euripe they are to bum with or without a with or peat will perfeftly ejciel the and render new buildings cure all fmoaky with one fire will fumciently tW larged The without any other will harden the and furnifh with heaters and flats any The PORT ABLE MACHINES without are made to cfifrufJra rooft agreeable and regular heat for twelve withput adapted to getieral in ftdaa church the fitting at table at at and in beds they are fo pe culiarly ufeful that no perfon of fortune fhould go a days journey withoutone of Sold by the oppofite Somerfet in the and no where AM AIC A and BARBADOES 1HE COMMITTEE appointed for receiving the SubforiptronS for the Relief of the unhappy Suf ferers by tfcar Wtt dreadful in the Iflands of JAMAICA earneftly requeft the At tention of the the Cafe of the Sufferers and fur ther beg Leave to aflure the that any Sum of Mo neythat can mfonably be expected to be raifed by volun tary moft fall infinitely fliort of the real This Commjttcf having been informed that fome humane and refpectable Peifons infeveral Parishes of this have been collecting Contributions for the Reficf of the Suffer from Honfe to the Committee earntftly recom mend the fame lafciable Example to be fallowed in every and PafHh in Great Britain and as the fmalleft Donations will be if1 is hoped the Clergy ard Minifters of alfcSosietits will kindly recommend and encou rage the above it is alfo humbly recommended to them to make a Collection on the approaching Faft Day for this humane and benevolent The Collections that may be obtained by thefe Means are drfired ro be paid into the Hands of any Banker near the Places ot who are requcftted to ttceive the All Bankers in GreatBritain and are requeued to open Subfcription Books in order to pro mote an Object of fuch The Gemkmen are appointed to con r VTtJ C T TA 17 The Right Sir WATKIN Lord VICE PRESIDENTS anl onfy traeprinj unheeded by thefe ladies of Pedeftalst prepoflefTed with the falfe and childifh whicfi fottilegance and are not to they look like frights if their cap is not put pa by a Others are three fourths of a year unemployed and when they the wages are fo low that they but barely The reafon of all this is but too The number of French women juft now imported are and never fail of an advantageous employment becaufe they come from among a which is in every the worft of our Thrre are more than can fucceedto em ployments of thofe who are termed vants thofe invaders of Britifh Rights not to be they who were intend ed for waitingwomenj or any otbereafy employ are by no means calculated fordrqdgery hence flow and a kind of proud Add to thefe the artful insinuating and delufive arguments of their rapacious They cruelly lead them and take the advantage of the forfaken and to rob them of that once a deprivation of neceflarily entails upon therA eternal poverty and you have perofed ths excellent pamphret onttft dangerous tendency of em ploying 8y fome judicions and well chofcn thoughts in that work I that the prefent increafe of proftitution takes it rife from the fafhionable encouragement giveri to our natural and in preference to che indultrious natives of Cur L O MOUSE N D O OF February 1 Efqj Richard Efq Samuel Efqj Daniel William ihranus Be 1C O John Thomas Wi Robert SmitB Efqj NeillMalcolLtfqj Efq Robert fcarcl John GeneralOgl Samuel Efq William VlbaJL Efq Richardr1 V Charles George M M Jonas John Thtlt Dayid Wet John ABer Samuel La Efq Efq Efqj Rofe Alexi Sr Abrahams John Purri Thorn Dunnage Rylti ohn Weal Williatnl TheCd of the M Efqj kcefton Stephen Efq Richard Efq John Elqj John Efqj I T T E Henry Efq Edward Efqj Richard Efq Chaloncr Efq Rice Efq William Efq Thomas Efq Robert Cooper Efq James Efq Philip Efq William Efq William Efq Richard Efq Morton Efq Efq Thomas Plummet John Efu Kyte James Sharp Dudley Efq William Efq Samuel Efq Robert Efqj William Efq Nathaniel Efq John Efq William Efq David Evans Thomas Efq John Efq John Efq The Lordsread a fecond ume the Militia Aug a firft time the Italian Thrown Silk Alfo che bill for the fale of Dutch Prize Good Affirmed rhe decree in the caufe between Ordered Lords to Be fummoned for to tno row the fecond reading or Goochs Di vorce ttee the one Half collected will be given to the Sufferers n Half to the Sufferers in Barbadoes JAMES SIB r Por the To As fcon as praters wfere over Lord Abingdoa and very precifely beggd that the Lord on the woolfack would ahfwer him only two quef tions that he was then going to make him the firft why was not the relative to the intended marriage of Lord William pro pofed to the noble Lords before it was affirmed and the might not the fame decree be propofed ftill The Lord Chancellor rofe from the woolfackj and told the noble that he never had feea in the Houfe a precdent of that nilure he plained he never had known that a fen fence or decree once ratified and had evef been called back to a fecond examination that it was againft the dignity and gravity of the Houfe ever to allow any fuchprecedent that for his part he never fhould that ic was of the greateft importance to guard againft fuch capital innovations he faid that he woald not trouble the noble Lordswith iny more words Upon objeft fo that he would only tell the noble Lord who had defired an that he was very forry he had not obferved that the quef tion was really put and in Lord Abington rofe and allured apon his that be had not heard and that ha knew many more who were at the fame 1 At this there enfued a fort of repartee theLord Chancellor and Lord A doubie meflage then came from the Houfe of which was received by the Lor4 Chancellor at the and then read front the HOUSE O F C O M M O N Tuefday February Ballotted for the felefl committee to enquire into the alligations of the petitious from Surry reported from the feleft commit tee on the Dunbarton nndue that Lord Frederick Campbell Was not duly but Captain and the Clerk of the Crown ordered to attend tomofrow to f OOQ uAVC oftois your deteffatiofdre a became you have proved yourfel You wduld do an eflential piece wert at yoar leifnxt oapty your pen in any newspaper up on th4 I have Some exertions fromgvonld great way to the fuppref fion of as I eafily perceive lifrttfeiedthe foorce from which it fprings eaufe in different parts of your w alluded to s Bill to reported from the coromitree appoint ed td prepare an eftimate of the charge of the Ordered to lie on the Ojdenrd that there be laid befcre this Houfe i eftimate of the navy Alfo an aft of copper exported fiom Londoa and other ports for 4 Agreed to the report of the revolution of A COttJciittee on the Abingdon undue eli
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