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   Aurora And Universal Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 21, 1781, London, Middlesex                                TT W E D N E S D FEBRUARY Price The FoWth b fe XJ R YL AN AT tfce Thttire in MORROW be presented a new SUP P LI AN T The principal by B A N N I S T E A I C K I FAR R E WILLIAM P A L M E And B E N S L E Mifs F A R R E And With ntw Dreftes and The Prologue to be fpokcn by And the Epilogue hy To which will be added a called ALL the WORLDS a Sir Gilbert F A R RE Harry L A M A S P H IL L I M O R Mrfs B R E RE T O H O P K I N Nothing under Full price will be Places for the Boxes to tie taken ef afthe The doors will he opened at a Quarter after Five To begin at a Quarter paft Boxes Pit Firft Upper is t Vivant Rex i Thirteenth Time this CO AT the Theatre in TOMORROW Will be piefented a Tfce BELLES STRATAGEM Doricourt by W I Sir Touchwood by WROUGHT Vutisrby LEE I E W E S Saville by A I C K I Villers by W H I T F I E L Dj Courtall by ROB Silver Tongue by Drench Servant by W E W I E Hardy by QJJ I C Ladv Touchwood by 1 N C H B A L Racket by M A T T O JJL ifs Ogle by Letitia by YOU ihe The CALEDONIAN SHEP by ALPR1DGE and Mifs To which will be added 17th time a Burietta called T O M T H U M Takcnfrom and prepared for the ftage by the Author of The principal Characters by E D W I E D W I R E I N H O L R O B S O DA VI E I C Mrs And C A T L E With anew and Books of die Burietta to be had at the Nothing under full Price to be Boxes UpperGalL The doorswill be opened at a quarter after Five T36 begin at a quarter after No perfons admitted behind the rior any money returned after the curtain is drawn Places for die boxes to be taken of Brandon only at the Stage Vivant Rex On PATENT WARMING MACHINES ferent Sorts and oh the only true Prin in Pedefcds which for elegance and utility are not to be equaled in Europe they are with without a with or peat Will perfeftly expel the and render new buildings immediately cure all fmoaky with one will fufficiently Urirnn the largeft The without any other itiU hardenthe and futnifh with heaters apd flats for any The PORT 4BLE WARMmG MACHINES without are aide tp pmofe a rooft agreeable and regular heat Mr twelve without adapted to in Jedan the fitting at table at and in beds 5 they are fo pe Sak bj By R ID G E W A Yi By of die Affignees WlttlAM a oa at LL the Stock in together with the houtiiold comprifing upwards of 700 barrels of excellent 500 quarters of five tons of two large two large liquorback lined with large lead copper and wood an eighteen feet horiewheel with a bed ftooe and running and apparatus corapleat for grinding malt large and underbacks upwards of 8co 170 fundry and kilderkins three large win hold upwards of 500 barrels fundry working ftillions j a quantity of ftarting and cleaning leather about 25 chat drons of eight ftout draught jtwo mill and a nag 10 a large parcel of old iron and lundry butt pul two carts and hamefst About 18 lefldsof and other To be vfittved each Catalogues then may be had on the and at in that no perfon of fortune without one of them oppofite in the an4 no RICHARDSON and refpcafully acquaint the That the Go vernment State Lottery for Ireland begins drawing the s6th of The tickets are fold and divided into hares from a half to a fixteenth at their offices in the Bank and facing the Kings They have likewife formed a very advantageous plan of chances at five three two one gui and half a guinea made from the original for the whole time of and include every prize in the Lottery j each chance having three that would one or two of the numbers be the third may prove which gives the purchafers the greateft belt chance for the capital With many other fuperior advan will appear in the fchemes and particulars at and it is merit the attention ofevery Country correfpondents may have their and fent for good bills pay able at or a ftiort Thi Day it A new being the printed on wlting Dedicated to the HORACE AN ESSAY O N PR I N T Sc By W I L L I A M G I L P I Vicar of near Printed for Stmnd fold by and New tfbis Day is Price only TIVO or One Sbiujyg a Dozen to give away ANEW YEARS GIFT for grown Matters and HOYLE or twelve fhort ftandingyHiles for fcort memories at the game of By BOB Printed for the benefit of to prevent fcolding and fold by the author at Bakers Coffee Exchange Alley j Mrw the corner of Craven Strand j and Pauls Church Signed In fuch a manner as to defy all coun FENDONa NERVOUS THE efficacy of which is aftonifhing in the fol A lowing Lownefs vain wanderings of the trem frightful of hyfteric hypochondriac the falling whh the whole train of fymptoms incident to affliftons of the nerves they caufe a perfect ferenjty in the mind before opprefled with continual horrorr and may be taken in any leatt TheyRave wiQi the by the author in his prajote praftice afteriial they will fufficiently recommend Though adver tifed medicines in general are juftly difefteenWdi not to have publiihedifo ufeful a one as would have been an aft of inhumanity to thofe with the above melancholy t Thefe drops are wholefahr and by of the only proprietor and author of them and by his appoint at Murray4sy oppofite Dnnftans FJeetftreet MeflV Richardfon bookfellers under the Royal Cornhill and bv Bayley and of fix and foialter bottles at three uUffeps prevent are JfeHftl by the in bit own and At the fame pwpared by NORTOK may be had in bottles of fix and imaUer bottles of three millings each ASTHMATIC Recolnmended in the following which as has been experienced have in a fhort time effec tually ting of fo incident to ditorders of thfforeaft and lungs j they alfo inftantly give relief in nsrn decayed and the wind and the ctxdtCt L O N D O N February Extras of Lettirfrom Sir Henry Clinton to Lord George Qtnrtaifr one of Hit Majtftft Principtd gf ftc tiit Morning by Lieutenant Sir William who arrived in I for all former and the pay due to them from Congrefs faithfuljy paid to without any expectation pf military except it might be Tolantary upon of laying down their and returning to their allegi ance It was alfo recommened o alfo recommended to them to behind the South River and they were aflured a tbeGfoHtbtyit wbicb failed frm body of Britifh troops fhoqld be ready to tlook tktltjtb if I them whenever they defired The inability of Congrefs to fatisfy their as well as i t t ON it was reported to that on the ift the Pennfyivania line had The particulars as far as I have been able to afcertairi and the fteps I took in confe ate contained the which I havi Wife honour to My offers reached them oh the together with a declaration of the Admirals and They admitted two of their Generals to a con ference on the th their demands were arrears of pay the depreciation of irioney made up to then according Id the difterent and their dtfcharges from further I had no reafon to foppofetheyintended joining us nor was it poffibletofay what meafures they meant to until they removed at a diftance from and delivered over two of our Meflengers to Con On the notwithftanding the feafoh was lo far made a movement with the r li e of the army to Staten in which with the affiftance given me by the ViceAdmirJ of hip of and a number of to co operate with the I was ready to aft as cir cumftances might make neceflary but until I had fome certain information refpedting their intentions or it would have been very imprudent for me to have done any thing more than favour the re and offer for one ftep further might have reunited them to their On the 17th I by the return of two of my mef the inclofed printed by which I plainly aw that there was an appearance of ac I therefore returned from Staten Ifland and the general officer I left in the com mand there reporting to roe that the troops fuf fered much from the inclemency of the and their ftate in fact might be termed a continual I ordered them to return to their huts on ng li is impoffible at prefent to fay in what man this btrfinefs will be fettled Vi generally thought that Congfefs cannot fathfv the demands of the and it is they may attemjpt to force them if they people can ftill fall back upon u vent nor any rivtrsrto jtefsbut that at South which our 0 General Wafhiijgton has not moved a man from bis army as yet and as it is probable tbcr mands are nearly the fame with the Pennfyivania Ms net thought likely thkt he I in a fituafion to avail inyfelf of vouraWe but to Air before they otfei might mar I have received nocertainintelligence from the flnce my but I make no doubt that has joined Lord and I expect to hear thst the rebels h ive juittted the Carolinas more efpecially as Bri gadier Gtnlftal Arnold arrived in the Chelapeak on the Rebel reports fay he has reached the Capital of reafon to fuppofe that Eltham Allen has quitted the rebel LieutenaWSir William of the Royal FuzileerSj requefted my permiffion to re turn to Europe ijfc his own private will have the hdfcOnr of delivering my I heg leave rtfcrjoorliaalaip to ciraforfapr ther particularly with regard to the operations ttfthe On the the Pennfyivania troops Morris having been fqr fome turned in num ber about i that they would ferve no longer rittNsTs their grievances were they had not received either or 4 riot in which an officer was toad four wounded the infurgehts ea Kolleaed the proyi marched out of and paffed by who feat a meflage to durtVreojieftingtnem to or the confequencesrWcirfd prove fatal they and proceeded rfc their march till when they took ion an advantageous piece of and officers from among them a ferjeant who was a them tnc 4 tp and On the 4 fleers t was fent them br the of t Je5ringto kmw to A fljg of Jruce feflft to which fome that ferVed three years agaittfl their in ferve mJ longer others they WMJclndt unlefs tqeir gri v afltes were The frft infcrmation the Commander in Chief received pfthji was on the Morning of the 3d of in of which a large cOrps was hold themfelves in readinefs to move on thrftorreft On the three perfons were fent out from hence to with propofels to the foljowiag purport To be taken under the protection the to hare a fret par Jen the feyerity with which they would be fhould they return to their was pointed out to They to fend perfons to to meet others frOih in or der to treat The corps ordered to be in readings pafled to Staten Ifland the where they were tooned in readiness to The infurgents having taken poft at PriaceTown frequent meffages and propofals to the fame tfftct were fent out but the militia of Jerfey having beea aiTemBled foon after the they keptfo ftrift watch on the on the road leading to Prince thcutmoft difficulty attended communicating with or receiving intelli Q The infnrgents remained at Prince Town until the Curing which time were printed and diftributed among and a committee of Congrefs fent to treat with of which General Mi and Witherfpoon were On the 9th they moved to the loth gave the the from their compofed of By the ftill remain at Trenton j although Congfefs have difcharged fome of they ftill refurfe to quit the town until the whole are fettled with fcjt all their The name of the inftrgent who Commands them is Propofalt made to the Nan commijjaned Of fcers and Soldiervf cf the Line at January His excellency Efq and the honourable BrigadierGeneral council of having heard the com plaints of the as reprefcnted fer inform that they are fully authorized to redrefs reafonable and they have the fulled difpofitiori to make them as eafy poffible for end they That 10 officer or hall de awed beyond the time freeiyand voluntarily engaged j hut where they ap ear to have been in any refpeft compelled to J enter or Aich enliftinent to be deemed and tfce faldier Tofettle who who are not bound three perfons to Ie appointed by the Pre fident and the who are to examine tie teim of si li ment where the original mncscannot be foldier o ah ted to prove the time and terms of and be difchareJ upon his oath of the condition of the foldier has enlifted for three or he is to be onfefshe hall appear afterwards to have reenlifted voluntarily and The gjatujty of lars given by Congrefs not to be reckoned as a any men detained in confequence of that The to be appointed by the President and Council to adfjuft any difficul ties which may anfeon this account The auditors to attend as foon as poffible to feitie the depreciation with the and give taem Their of pay to will be each foldier in a few as they are already purcbafed and ready to be fent forward whenever the line be Thole who are difcharged to receive the abov articles at The Governor hopes that no foldier ofthePenn fylvania Hue wll break bis or go from he made the and they may depend Upon that theatmoft care will be to farnifli them with every neceffary fitting for a The Governor will recommend to the ftate to take fome favourable notice of thof who for the Tne Cqmnriffioners will attend at where the clothing and the ftores will be immedi ately and the regiments to be fettled wuhin their A field officer of each ment to attend doling the fettlement of his j Parfoapt to General Waynes orders of the 2d no man to be brought to any trial or cen fure for what has happened on or finceNew Years but matters to be buried ia January His Excellencys propoftls beng comtftonicat to the different regiments at ing this January They do voluntarily agree in that all the foldiers that were enlifted for the term of three or during the excepting whofe terms of enliftment are not oeght to be difcharged with as little deJay as circftmjtances will except fuch foldiers who have voluntarily In cafe that any fol 4fcrftoald difpcte his is to be fettled by a committee and the foldiers The re mainder of his Excellencysand the Honorable Committees propofals is founded upor honor and juftice bat in regard o the honorable   

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