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   Aurora And Universal Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 19, 1781, London, Middlesex                                1781 A N T H E O Nobility and Gentry are refpeafully ac That ihe FOURTH at this will bi tffiJS Tie Orcbeftrann3er the Direction of Tin IT Overture SAMPIERI Solo Mifs PALMER CRAMER SKCOND Sinfonie NIHOTJL Con FISCHER TV NI and Mifs The MUSIC entireljgpfc V AdmUttnce Haifa Guinea or Tickets may fee had at the TWiDwrt will be openSyfr oclock as ufual the Concert begin N The Company requefted to order their Coach men to fet down and take up at the Doors in writb their Hprfes Heads towards The Chair The LAST MASQUERADE this Seafbn will be on the of APRIL Performed but D R U R Y L A N AT the Theatre m THIS EVENING will beprefented a new The SUP PL I A N T The principal Characters by Mi A I C K I A R R E PALM E And B E N S L E F A R R E And With new Drefles and The Prologue to befpoken by And the Epilogue by To which will be in two the Mafqtie of C O M U by P A L M Tkft Bacchanal by V E R N O DU by A I C K I and Bacchant WTVIG H T E Paftpral Nymph by Mifs by Eaphrofyne by C A R G I L Song of Sweet by Accompanied by PAR K Nothing under full price will be Places folr 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 is Vivant Rex The Tenth Night COVEN TG A R D E AT the Theatre in THIS Will be prefented a new The SIEGE of S Y N The principal Characters by A I C K E CLARK W H I T F I E L D A V I E R O B S O L Y With And a new Prologue and The Prologue to be fpoken by And the Epilogue by To which will be 381 h time a new Pan HARLEOJJIN To conclude with a PROCESSION of the Principal GRAND from the Creation to the pretent drefled in the Habits of their re fpeftif e Ages and With New PA and he paintings executed by Meflleurs Hodgings and The Pantomime by 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 AT WALL DU VALs Exeter This February the at Seven wil be A LE C T U R E upon The Art of DANCING in gefieraU By WALL DU To confift of the Four dfferent Drvifnns of the Characters of With judicious Obfervations and Remarks upon each Stile of the the HALF the and the Alfo a at one of each pi by an Exhibition of according to the Defcription given in each Part of the TWO After the A Company to continue Dancing till Twelve ITALIAN PICCADILLY THIS prefent will be revived the favourite Italian Comic In Three LA BUONA The Mufic by Signor NICCOLO The principal Characters by Signora PATTI Signora Signora BER and Signora CRAMPER The and Decorations quite new With and a new Serions With an which will be a moft magnificent Repre fentation of A ROYAL Where a by Virtue of n will furprifingly fall into and out of its Head will iflue a beautiful who after a Paufe re affbmes the former Shape and by the fame Power Harlequin will take his Flight round the being ioo Feet in To conclude with Fnvovrite Italian Solo on the and Front Back Tickets may be had as and at Signor Mi Places taken fVom Eleven in the Morning till Five in the The Room is neatly fitted kept and will be illuminated with Doors to betjpened at and to begin at a Quarter before Seven oCIock Ladies and tickets be admitted during the Any Ladies or Gentlemen may have a hibition any Hour of the by giving Notice as above the Day Vivant Rex i Sales k i G E w A at by order of the fcjes WILLIAM the i9th at valuable Jueafe and Good will of a com cjodioos with every convenient and uifife building neceffary for carrying on the bufi nefs TUjfgeUier with a Seeand a dwelling The whole in excellent blyfittJated at Stepney alfo about 30 acies oiF exent paihirc land contiguous the whole held for of which zi yeais are fubjecl to a tfOt of per May be viewed this on the and at Ridge io R I D G E W A of the Affignees of WILLIAM a on the This and Thurf the and 2zd the valuable Stock in together h the houfhold compriling upwards of 700 barrjelldffexeellent 500 quarters of five tons of two large two large lified with large lead copper and arr eighteen feet with abedjtone and running and dftpaTafus compleat for grindingmall large underbacks upwards of 170 pnncheoHSf lio lumlry and j three Urge will bold upwards of j Fundiy working fti I lions a quantity of and cleanfing leather nbout 25 chil dfons of eighj ftout draught two and 1 nag 19 a brge parcel of old and fundry butt ropes and pul liesr Iwft carts and about 18 loads of To be viewed each then may be had on the and ai Life Houfehold 1 HE Oiany frauds daily committed to induce to pavt with and fell and Other greatly under their and often to the fuin of thsmlelves and firlt induced fhe to offer his fervice to the in which he has continued many years to buy and fell by mort furniture and other the reaiodable by which peifons will be a flu red of receiving the utmoli value for their pro which often falls a prey to ckfionirig wjio make nt puichiiiug and felling them at advanced Enquire or direct for CfjSteban Exchange or at Strand The ndvertifcr is n legal and as pnfible at all times for his begin at a quarter after No perfonk admitted behind the nor any money returned after the curtain is drawn Places for the boxes to be taken of Brandon only at the Stage Vivant Rex The MERCHANT of VENICE lad LOVE PATENT WARMING MACHINES Sorts and on the only true Prin in VafesV Obelifksj which for elegance and are not to be equalled in Europe they are mude to bum or without a with or peat will perfectly expel the and render new buildings immediately cure all fmoslcy with one fire will ftifficiemly warm the largell The LAUNDRY without any other will harden the and with heateis and flats fufficient for any The PORT ABLE WARMING MACHINES without are made to diffufe a moft agreeable and regular heat for twelve without adapted to general in fedan church the fitting at taMr at at and in beds they culiarly ufeful in that no perlbn of fortune mould go a days journey without one of Sold by the oppofite Somerfet in the and no where To tbe or families furnijbing By the KIN Gs P A T E JONE Ss New very near HTHE SALISBURY forRoafting and Baking in any Room or open air by which a dinner may be dreflcd with lefs than two penny worth of highly recommended by the Society for the encouragement of at as being very ufeful to officers in camp or in and for Gentlemens hunting or Alfo the NEW INVEN FED fo much applauded in Captain Simess late as an article ufeful in quar or on the and for To prevent it is requeued the or Strong Double Block Tin KITCHEN FURNI made without and every pernicious effect in fets from three to ten re commended to as well as for Camp and or being not liable to waat new Likewife a new invented LAM for which prevents fmokeand rerhqves improper and the admired nenrtn Alfo a CHAMBER hot or higfcjy recommendedby the as being much to any other mpde of and is fo RICHARDSON and refp5tfully acquaint the Tint the Go venirtient btate Lottery for Ireland begins drawing of The tickets are fold and divided into mares frdm a half to a fixteenih at the r in the Bank and facing the Kings They have likewise formed a very advantageous phn of at three two one gui Vnd half a guinea from the original for the whole time of and include every prrze in the Lottery each chance having th ee that fliould one or two of the numbers be the third may prove which urchafeis the greateft and beft chance for With many otlier fupeiior advan will appear in the and and it is meiit the attention may have their fent for good bills pay or a fliort NERVOUS TKE efficacy of which is aftonifhing in the fol lowing Lownefs of vain of the trem lofs of hyiteric ndriac the falling with train of fymptoms incident to affliclons of they caufea perfect ferenrry in the ciLnd with continual horron and may without the leaft r Price SUFFERERS in JAMAICA and 1HE COMMITTEE appointed for receiving the Subfcriptkms for the Relief and Support of the unhappy Sufferers by the late dreadful in the Ifland of Jamaica ami earneftly reqaeft the At tention of the to the Cafe of the Sufferers and fuN ther beg Leave to affUre the of Mo ney that can reasonably be railed by volun tary muft fill infinitely fliort of ihe real A LIST of the are berfa ufed with the greateft fuccefs by the author in his private practice after triil they will recommend Though adver tuca medicines in gereral arejufHy not to publifhed A uferul a one as would have been an ail of inhumanity to thofe with the above melancholy Thefe drops are wholefale and by of the only jproprietor and author of them and by his appoint at oppofite Fleetftreet Richardlbn bookfellers under the Royal Comhill and by Bayley and in bottles of fix and fmaller that it maybe fixed by a bedfide without the Llkewifc a new r TIIAL heated by the kitchen and Pewter elegant Lamps for halls and her and Kettles fgr the arm ji each bill of A are Jigned by the in bis own luatd thr fame prepared by NORTON may be had in bottles of fix bottles of three fhillings each ASTHMATIC in the following which as I experienced have in a fliort time eftec fpit of fo ent to and all diforders of the bieaft ahdTOrfgs riiey alfo inftantly give relief in nau flmj decayed and the wind itod ihr c o o Efq too o o Efq loo o o ulhbert of Cork loo o o Efq ioo o 6 1x7Odwin and ioo o o Hanbury and Gof ling ioo o o Bening 200 o o and ZOO O 0 olJcdted1 at Tot tenham Court paid by Weft i So 10 6 he Ear of irjghamfhirc ioo o o Sir ioo o o Efq Io o o s o Sir io o o Adrian Eq ao o o Efq too o O of Hackney 5 50 Hawes io io o io 10 o o 10 6 David Evans io io o Efqj ioo O o Samuel Way 5 50 haioucr Arce Efq ioo o o John Finch io io 0 JohnCiements 21 oo Peckford 5 50 A Gentleman who his a regard his fellow crea tures in ever part of ihe w rid rco Soeitch 5 John Wood 5 S IO IO O C Q o o 5 c o o 5 5 5 5 5 7 9 1 O 5 5 O 9 5 O 9 4 o Q 9 5 9 o t Q 20 o 7 io to o o o 2 Applegarth and i Ef i and Job of the Navy r Efq and Sons ioo A Efq IQO A Lady Efq Bill Efq of 20 20 o 330 Efq 20 o p Mairiott 20 o o 20 o o Alexander Palmer o 10 6 Kent 330 Clarke Efq ioo Q Efq by BlachnatUjEfq ioo Ifrael and ao o of Lambs Conduit by Nerill 50 being a colledlijn at the Briwers irg Houfe of Protefiant fenters at nv ioo James Sharp 50 o o o fl O o IO The Committee earneftly requeft the feveral and otner in LnnJjn and who have open ed fiT receipt of ibr tbe above pur will be to fend weekly accounts of tbe monies in to Jame X And all pcrf rs for the unhjj py fuf ar o feid immedire notice of thtir nro teed nus to the at the Marine Societys JAMES ON DON At the Couit at the of Febru P R E S E N The KINGS Moft Excellent Majefty in Council upon the commencement of ftilittes againft the States General of the United his Msjcfty thought by hii order in Council of the 22d of December to declare hisRoyal intention to allow all fhips be longing to the fubjcfts of the Sfafes then in any of his Majeftys to depart with their except fuch part thereof as fhall confift of falted provifjons of any or of na val or warlike ftores and to grant pafles for the faid Ihips and except as before to pioteft them from capture by any flijps of his or his in their return to fome port of the United Provinces But inafmuch as his Majefty was intitlcd to expect and demand tha fame treatment from the States General of United for the hips andCaejjbes be longing to any of his by and with the advice of his Privy was pleafed to and it was thereby that all fhips and merchandize belong ing to the States General of the United or their then in of bis Ma jeftys fhoud remain and be detained fecure and unmolested within the until it fhould appear that the States General of the UB ite4 Provinces were difpofed ahd insended upon the fame ideas of good faith with refpeft to the fhips and cargoes of any of his fubjeds remaining in any port belonging the States General of the United And whereas his Majefty has received certain Advices that the States General of the United have deJared and by their Placard dated at the Hague the 2 6tJx of January that as foon as the Dutch fhips fhalj be permitted to depart from the fhips fhall be no longer detained in their but ately be permitted to and be provided with paiTports as therein mentioned his taking the fame into his Royal therefore as it is hereby ordered in That all fhips and veflels belonging to the fubjecls of the States General of the Uoice4 together with the perfons and on board other than and except felted p   

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