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Aurora And Universal Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 16, 1781, London, Middlesex F R I D A 1781 Price D R U L A N A T the Theatre in THIS EVENING will be prefented a TheH Y P O C R Doftor Cantwell by John Lambert by P A E Seyward by BRER E j t ColpneJ Lambert by Mawworm by H O L C R Darnley by BENS LEY Lady Lambert by Mifs Old Lady Lambert by Charlotte by A B I N G T O 1 To which will be added for the isth time new Pantomime in two called ROBIN SON CRUSOJKj The principal Characters by And Mils CO L conclude witha by Signer and Signora Signora 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 die The will be opened at a Quarter after Five To begin at a Quarter paft Boxes Pit Firft Vivant Rex a new called The SUP With a Prologue and A Ninth Time Third Night for the COVEN TG A R D E T the in T HIS EVEN IN Will be prefented a new The of The principal Characters by A I CK E A R K W T F I E L D A V I E R O B O And Y A T E With new And a new Prologue and The Prologue to be fpoken by And the Epilogue by To which will be jjth time a new Pan H A R L E QJJ IN F R E EM A S O 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 The paintings executed by Meflieurs Hodgings The Pantomime by Books of the with an explanation of the to be had at the Nothing under full Price to be Boxes Pit Upper Gall The doors will be opened at a quarter after Five TJb begin at a quarter after No perfons admitted behind the nor any returned after the curtain is drawn Places for the boxes to te taken of Brandon only atthe Stage Vivant Rex The MAID OF THE Mifs Satchell Mifs RICHARDSON and acquaint the That the Go vernment State Lottery for Ireland begins drawing of The tickets are fold and divided into from a half to a uxteenth at their offices in the Bank and facing the Kings They have likewife formed a very advantageous plan of chances at five three guincasj two one gui and half a guinea made from the original for the whole time of and include every prize in Lottery i chance having three that fiipuld one or two of the numbers be the third may prove which gives the purchafers the greateft and beft chance for the capital With many other fuperior advan as will appear in the fchemes and particulars at and it is merit the attention of every Country correfpOndents may have their and for good bills pay ftjblc at fightr QJT a fhort Sales by S I B On the this THE genuine Houfhold Furniture Prints with many other valuable the Pro perty of a at his Midr dlefepHofpital j Whole perfectly and in excellent To be viewed This when Catalogues may be had on tke and of Saviile By R I D G E W A On the at by order of the Affigneesof WILLIAM a on Monday the 19th in Ian at valuable Leafe and Good will of a com modious with every and requifite building neceflary for carrying on the bufi nefs j togedter with a ipacious and a newbuilt dwelling houfe The whole in excellent moft eligibly fituated at Stepney alfo about 30 acies of excellent pafturc land contiguous the whole held for a of which 21 yeacs are fubjedt to a rent of per Msy 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 the at on and Thurf the and 2zd ALL the valuable Stock in together with the houfhold comprifing upwards of 700 barrels of excellent 500 quarters of five tons of two large two large liquorback lined with large lead Copper arid wood an eighteen feet horlewheel with a bed ftone and running and apparatus compleat for grinding malt large and underbncks upwards of 80 170 120 linuiry and kilderkins three large hold upwards of 500 barrclsj fundry working billions a quantity of Starting and cleanfing leather about 25 chal drons of eight draught two mill and a nag 19 a Inrge parcel of old iron and biitt ropes and pnl fieSj two carts and about 18 Inads of and oihcr To be viewed on Friday Catalogues thtn may be the and ai FENDONs NERVOUS 1HE efficacy of which is aftonifiling in the fol lowing Lownefs of vain wanderings of the trem frightful anxiet lofs of hyfteric hypochondriac the falling with the whole train of iyinptoms incident to ahHiclons of the nerves they caule a pei feel ferenity in the mind before oppreffcd with continual horrorr and may be taken in any feafon without the leaft They have been tiled with the greatelt fuccels by the author in his private practice after trial they will fufficiently recommend Though adver tifed medicines in general are juftly not to have publifhed fo ufeful a one as would have been an of inhumanity to thofe afflicted with the above melancholy Thefe drops are wholefale and by of the only proprietor and author of them j and by his appoint at oppofite Dunftans Fleetlticet Richardfon bookfellers under the Royal Cornhill and by Bayley and in bottles of iix and fmaller bottles at three millings To prevent each bill of loitb a are figned by the in bis ovjn hand At the fame prepared by NORTON may be had in bottles of fix and fmaller bottles of three hillings each WACEs ASTHMATIC Recommended in the following which has been experienced have in a Ihort time effec tually fpit ting of fo incident to and all diibrders of the breaft and lungs they alfo inftantly give relief in nau decayed and the wind OF February In a committee went through the militia aug mentation bill with Read a firft time the Cricklade inclofure and the Falmouth road Read a fecond time and committed the Dutch prize and the Italian thrown filk Read a fecond time and committed Goochs di Several witnefles were The order of the day being called Tbt Duke of Boltn and that an enquiry might be made into the conduct of the and the caufe of fhe lofs of the laft AugufK Sandwich that a motion of that not in his be a dopted that an enquiry into ftate of the navy much too extenfive fubjeft for Houfe to poii it required an attention to be paid and very different departments if they into that they muft of cporfe en n examination of viclual and an upeadingiferjes which is wholly fcgainftftne of proceedingia this ofBoltoA fuddenly rdfe to explain i meant by an enquiry into the ftate of the He faid that he by no means wifhed to bring the noble Lord into fo unbounded a matter forj fitd it is very eafy to perceive the vaft difficulty that the Admiralty fhould have to ex tricatfcitfelf from a in which it has been folopjjjloft all he meant to fay by his enquiry into 0feb ftate of the navy that as far as the goveffenent of the navy contributed to the lofj of thfr To far ought an enqdlry be made into this government jandthat it was impoffible for any OfiC to confider the caufe of the lofs of the convjgfc without entering more or lefs into the condife of TfaLora1 Chantelfor then ftept from thewool facki told the noble that he eafily faw epat thisenquiry fhould lead the Houfe into material that into a trial of the Captain of the He affitred their that he thought it the moft rafh and that could be to enter upon the of an agair without a full know ledgefof every thing neceflary to lead a man right in That for his he to tally with the fubjeft juft mention atod that confequently he could never pro ceed to any one point that might draw the Houfe too far without the papers being laid on the which might regulate them iu the judge ments they mould Duke of Bolton again that he was wiutog to proceed nofarther than the caufe of the lofs of the convoy and he thought thac that if once found it might called for the immediate aniraadverfnn of Par The Duke then went over alrruft all our loffes at our misfortunes undtr the pre em and infilled upon the duft of Admiral Darbyj who fled fiom the French tlif Ame that t ie unprotected couvov was Lord thought birnfclf obliged to wafli off every thing that might be call out as a of Admiral H belt her of the firli fea officers that England couldnow produce that he never rLd from the French he kept as clofe up n thcrri as prudence and good fence required that he h ul only feventeen fiiips of the while the French had or which he was rather to believe fortyfour with fuch a difpirity in he thonghtthat none but a mad Mrtu cius could come up with the enemy and ex pofe the fleet to be ineviubly furroundei and Marquis of Rockixgbam afTured the that he very clearly faw the reafbns why the noble Lord who fpoke laft did not choofe to enter into an enquiry of this nature that fome of thefe rea fons he could eafily lay before the Houfe but that he did not think it expedient to enter them upon any other point what the noble Lord had himfelf oft furnifhed him with that the fituation of Admiral What the noble Lord himfelf has owned to us that there was only feventeen fhips of the Rntifh fleet to cope againft a combined one of or what he is rather inclined to Whofe fault is my that we dare not now appear in prefence of the enemy whofe mifmanage ment is our navy reduced fo low How has it happened that Britain could only fend out feven teen while thofs who once dreaded her croud the feas with theirs My the only anfwer to all this that this nation is ruined We are no more a people A few voices have been repeatedly heard in this and flood for their poor country as long as they pof fibly r have ever echoed to your Lord the dangers we were running and with a few have endeavoured to open the eyes of thofe who feemed to rufh on without any My I leave all this to theferious reflexions of the majority of your Lordfhips while on my do folcmnly de clare if things continue to proceed in this I fhall decline ever appearing in this Houfe for it were in vain that 1 are no more able to repair the wretched and miftr able ftate to which this unfortunate and illguided kingdom is Lord in anfwer to the dwt there were 27 fhips of the that ten of them had been driven from tht com and that natural and unforefecn accidents ought o be imputed to no Marquis played a while upon this anfwer of the noble and repeatedly told the in an ironical that there were no lefs than 27 At becoming more he beg ged chat noble the Duke of wouldvrecal the motion he had cordingly The Duke of Bolton that his motion mould be drawn back faid there now is fuch a malign influence in this that it is1 impoflible for to do any one thing for his H O U S E OF C O M M O N Yefterday the Houfe ballotted for a to try the merits of the Coventry Af ter the ballot was the names of the de faulters who had not appeared ori the firft day of the call were whenfeveral were oa different reaibns particularly in cafes of when the of Roberts an4iedid iriot ndr had fent excufero be made to the Hbufeon account of his Sirjofrpb Mawbey and faid that afier the long notice had been given to and the indulgence which they had fince the Jaft call to fave their he thought it an af front offered to rfie for ary Member to difobey their without condefceriding to make the leaft excufe for his In order to fhew that motion which he intended to would be within the rules and precedented cuftom of the he ordered the clerk read a refolution made the jrd of 1738 that two members whofe names were fhould he taken into cuflody of the for difobsying the order of attendance in The fame refolution again ft the negligence of RobertSTwhamr lie had not any acquaintance and therefore could noc be fuppofed to have any perfonal view would be becaufe the gentleman named ia the abovsmentioneJ had been ordered into cuftody on the firft day of not appearing the but fince the firft day of the prefent call whrch near fortnight had bejert further daring allthis flill the honourable gentleman had not attended befides it appeared that the gentleman inftanced in the precedent had apobgy te he which was not thought fufficient to be ac cept d Bat the prefent defaulter had not conr defcended to make the leaft He ihould therefore tint in of this de faulter Roberts be taken into cuftodyof the The Speaker read the and before ic was fcconded Lcfd North arofe in favour of hoped if it Ihould be found necefTary to make an of any on account of hjs not attending according to the i would fall on fjnje gentleman who coulJ have no of the farms of the Robirts wjs a and he hive want of and from iny negligence orreHltence to their orders was fenubie that gentlemen ouyht a and thn nel ilioald noc over without rcafon or bu that the example riad been ralcen againft fome oldrr could not be fjppoicd to offtiid from mere error to fscond the and faid afier the repeated fummons had been to tie and fent round ro thodifFerent fheriffs and ofhcers of the t lat proper notice miglit be it was unpar donable for any whether he was a young msmbsr or an old one to abfent hrmfelf from his duty wuhout affigning the leaft The question was now and the Houfe di vided upon whe i there app ared Noes And it accordingly ordered that berts taken into cultody of the and brought before the Sir Herbert Mackrcorth made an apology for one member who did appear to anfwer to his The excufe he gave was rather a whimfical and made the Houfc thn their admiffion of ic fhewed that they were not in a humour to order any perfoa into cuf from whom the Jeaft however was with Th excufe made by Sir Herbert that he knew the honourable member had lately fome engage ment in the bufiuefs of The next name which cajjed into quaflion by the oa account of was Lord Sir Jojepb Mawbey that this noble member be likewife taken into for his according to the He that if it was urged in favour of the againft whom hehad moved that he a young the fame reafon could not be urged in the prefent as the noble member had long been of that and could not be unacquainted with its Lard fpoke in favour of this noble mem becaufe he faid he was very and he be lieved very rofe to make an amendment to the which that the words into be omitted in the motion that the words be be in their This wasdone with a view to put the motion in a morefavourable and likewise to make the fide which mould take part againft the object of the in Cafe a divifion fhould be infilted retire among the Noes into the Townjhund that it was not be coming any Member to treat a ferious matter of this fort with and that the amendment as it was was only a trick for this but if this amendment was he fhould cer tainly make another to which that the word Not fhould be inferted before and then his party would ftill keep the Houfe oa the But if they went on in this trifling amendments might be tacked in He fsid
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