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Aurora And Universal Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 20, 1781, London, Middlesex 0 A FEBRUARY 2 For the Author the Third ii v T A M 17 x Ju xx T the Tieatie in EYE N ING a new PL i AN T be principal by S fct IT t BA N fc 1 ST E A F ttfj P A C K E 1 PAL GRIFF IT B E N S F Whit new Bitfles aaA The toie fpokeit ty And Epilogue by Wtil1e added a called and by GftimiV B A L E Taylor bjr fey F 4W C E T Bianca by Mifc Curtis by L O V And Catherine by W RI G H T E full price will be Plates forthe Boxes to betaken of at the The doors will be opened at a Quarter after Five To begin at a Quarter paft Boxes Upper is 4 Virant Rex AT the Theatre T HIS EV E N IN Will be prefcnted a af I lotr Old Jeffiea with a fong O O N j LES SINGH AM Andu Y A T E S j Endof The SftEPHERDs WEDDING by HARRIS and lind pY The CAtEDOmAN SHEP by AL0RJDGE and Mifs To which will be added for the M time this feafon 0 V E A L A M O D Archjf Mac Sarcafia by M A CK LIN L E E L E S j MO O D Y Tfoodore THOMPSON Nothing under fuHjPrice to be Sexes Pit Upper will be opened a quarter after Five e bepn ata qoarter after perfbns admitted behifid the nor any rec By R J I By order of the Affignees of Brewery on at This and Thorfday A LL the valuable Stock in together with b0uihald comprifing upwards of 700 of etteUtnt 500 quarters of nwltj tons of two large two large liquorback lined with large lead copper and wood an eighteen feet horfewheel wjjh a bed ftone and running and apparatus compleat for grinding malt large and underbacks j upwards of 8co 170 no fundry and kilderkins three large wiU bold upwards of 500 harrclsj fundry working ftillions a quantity of ftarting and cleanfing leather about 25 chal drons of eighf ftdut draught two mill and a nag 10 a large parcet of oldiron fubdry butt topes and pal two carts and about r9 Iwsrfs of and other To be viewed each eaMbjjues then maybe had on the and at The and Nervous Dif radically and wafted and reftosed to by means of a peculiar mode of mufculai oppofite in the has obtained bis Majeftys Royal Letters for his particular method of the above which he witir out internal or external applica heat of fire or fumigation or Convalefcents heeffeaually preferves from expels with certainty all Rheumatic pains from the and in a few radically cures the and difli pates callous fwellrfcgs round the knees and ancles ori ginating from gouty or any other In order to do juftice to the h eamcftl recommended to them to apply for cure during the their whereby they will prevent a re and have time to their wtak All gentlemen who mail formed what rtlief they may and mayperufe fegjfter of cures performed on perfons of die Tuft Advice daily from n to Saturdays and Sundays except A Treatife on the by wielf Regiftcr of Cwres auindy is fold by IfrSharpi New Cfaurcn f ft R I GN I N T E L L I G E N C r arrived two mails from After much lafi confented to acknowledge in 1 f Confol General of twio pnnapalittes of Walachia and atta alfo id The Porte conients to admit here the Rafuan t boats from the Black provided they only denominarion of merchant e daXs two Eng iyaaet Ipft this port cruize againft the A third privateer of the fame nauon night thrown on It was re ded the warehoufcof and is the caufe of fome furprize here for rs havre had all their connexions with of this continue ftill to ms with and are even mem Ditch A confiderable namber of Cifficers in ihe Auffrian who have j ieaV have received imme ordtrj to rejoin their refpeftiye i The Dutch fhips of the Amsterdam of 68 commanded by Admiral fcount de and the Dieren of 24 have entered the Tagus on of tliis after having accompanied to this latitude 5 hipsof the Edl Jndia Company of which have continued their voyage efcorted by fome other flrps of Count B tend had met on the of Decemler above Cape Finifterre the fleet of Gaunt DEftaign of 38 the line and 7 making with the convny of merchants a number of 145 The it fo pleaied with iaide By de Blanchelande Engliih at that he has promoted him to the rank of and ap pointeiiiim Commander of that i the King fignad the order for the departure of the fquadron dcftjned for Ame his to be commanded by de la Toudie and wrl confift of 2 of the as mentioned in our Paper of Friday We know not yet whether the Engliih fleet deftined to reviftoal Gibraltar is yet f from PcrOmoatlu The fleet in bay of waits for the of the to came as they are tbtir and knowtthat they cart attack tbera with they will fail Cadre ro op pofe their paflage in the But if the or the fleet will roc to rillcin ihr JOHN near A poor woman of appjicd to as a magnate f r that procure her from the overfeers of thefoor j Ihe was moft mifera We emawaeed aedr fi jrery that could fcarcely with the of a andilick Ibe tcJd me that iher Ismeiiefs occafioned by a vioJent in which ihe had mtch talk about de The it is be the Kingfs Council of S Hs profouod knowledge of the interefb of in public render him However nothing is yet decided Jais and at time that Gooch arrived as cook in the inn where Ihe took up her This among other faid fhe faw Gooch abed with one Barori As foon as the Lord Chancellor heard this part of her he himfelf afked her whether or not he had received from ijooch any hint previous toher feeing her ia that fituation or that file would be afterwards aHed to give evidence of what fhe then 1W Tfle witnefs that Gooch did really tell her that flic fhould be called over to England j that ihe feemed to have porpofely call ed her up to fee her in that fituation that the curtains and that fhe wascaJled with a v r Sophia By or4er of the called in and interrogated J He afked her if fhe was not to f nd her jrtiftrefs in the fituation in which fhehadde fcnbed her to Be She plainly rharfte was He then defired her tQ tefl if her mif trefs had fiver given her any hints agous her ing examined in England upon what ffiha4 and if he had any knowledge of this minal intefcourfe of her mifirefs before he had been witnefs of it She that niiftreff had told her that Goochs fervant was to some ever to Boulogne to fetch her back to land and that fhe could not be farprifoj at the in which fte had becaufe flic fiom what was ttf Arden begged leave to call to th bir to which Chancellor did not at firft feem willing to agree after Arden had fpokn a few words to the Ladyj con duct m general his Lordfhip faid that he fhould have no ohjeaions that Woodcock be ed This gentleman fpoke in a very diftinft and proper rmnner to their and fjjid that when this Sophia had come over front fhe had ma e applications to him her that as Ihe declared herfelf at the and as fhe had long theaflairsofMr he paid trifling fum of five which wasthe amount of her He thaj it then wceived the faockmg accounts of the flagrant conduft of M in the very fame that witiiefs had told a the Cfjanceikr then made a very polite compliment to and chough he were am upon h would belief aay that came from him but he Weed to dfcUrc to the if he knew cffny tfce tiiat neffts fhoaldTie and fcTjt qver the boxes to Brandon Tfee with Tdni A new befog the primed on i writlne pfke 4 Dedicated ta the N reaucea ner to that Itateofj obtained relief the overfeers for and affifted her with every medicine pfeT fcnbed by fome very eminent of the facdfty for about a wfthout focceTs I thea yonr MARElDANTs by tv health was all her wounds pe limb caa1 Z tuo it is above two years fince was ej fo that flic now abje to wSbtain auu her Kofband being in thV army at fal O W i maica by i Sir Jofcph Yorke at lafl kfc and having paflkd through BrtiFt yefterday Hs waits a em bark for A courier is arrived here r of her Imperial Majeftyof is going to fet out immediately It that Lieaifenant Pinne wilj by dieir to Gojirtof Peterfburgh the ratification armed and to Bpfebtfctko and rich it and other valuable s bft letter de Bofe de Ja Cal from their High delivered to fte and alfo the Deckr His Maurfty Pnae Mmifter to exprcfj io faow is of t and how flppflBtanity of makittg then i watt ffafr thaj r face Stockbroker and to inform his add itinueVto bttjr and Life Rev and oAer obedient fervanf is kpt very 4titfjvcuk with great por to b fail in a few days tec ftpAla Ttf a f l ne6 of rihe white ihe in V was born in Ca in a piiw fentenctf give thjf had fenj Franceft procure evjJeace and that he had received ters from Goochj ivherein he clearly preflVd her defirs of a The Lord Chancellor defired the evidence and ftepping from the thejr that he rofe chiefly to lay before the Houfe the Principles that ought to be attend ed to in the ptefiVt Jhat it was the duty of the Haitfe to fee that that fdief fhftold ever begiven where neceffity and called for it j Their Lordfhips in this always afforded of their humanity cafe was Jjkewife tobe the graating of thfs not degenersie an in this wera it wouid tje a very dangerous prece dent is it now ftarfds it is of ntoft ferious h aft tha hopes of oeKimnj a ufe wpatdbie rosde of the channel of cnrajrraUty and His thought himfelf obliged to lay before nifc his opinion on this andtbere foreSffbred their Lordfnfps that jt did ai to him that there had been collufion in and if thrre were their Lordfhips not but fhudder at the carrying pn pf bafiBefvand the dreadful attendjftff a relief grantedon foch J they Ladtys iwpadent feewed thi bee too Jhea over Ae principal iwd ftewed i of at fluid ftottld be knowledge of her cen that all feemed to be a preconcerted Now wHejher this was a whether it was 4 cti which he Jiad every reafon in o believe did not fee htv the could ever grant which ferejiy flood m need the relief of never to be ppt in aofre prescient w40ip thra propoftd to the nobly the caufe was one of the higlwft impor fhould npt be improper w wetfnefday that the vettme into foil weighty That for his pact hif was that Gooch fllould obtain rer bat bis fecond was that reiiei fhouldi fee a dangerous precedent in one capfes in which their Lordfhips have hitaertw eyer exhibited to the world both humanity
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