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Aurora And Universal Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 22, 1781, London, Middlesex T H U R 8 D A FEBRUARY 2z 1781 u R y i A T Ac Theatre in TftFS will prefented f new The S U f dP LI A K T by jvfev i MIT B ANNI A JX K I F A R H P A C K E W I LL I AM MrV T A L M E OKI F F I t H B EN S LE ntw Jjretfes and the fpbken by by To will be added a called ALE the WORLDS a Gilbert B A D P E L E Yj F A R R Harry L A M A S P H I L L IM O R GR L F F I T H P A R S O N MUs Kitty B R E R E T O Miis Bwdget Hbthing uAder full price will be Places for the Boxes to be taken of it Ae Tie 4pors be opened at Quarter after Five v a Quarter Pit Fir ft Upper Vivant Rex thit Ioritourt bv t B W by LRE LRWESj Saville by A I C K I N Villers by W H I T F I EL Dj Courtall by R O B S O Tongue BATE Rench Servant by E W Z E Hardy by QJJ I C y Touchwood by 1 N C H B A L Racket by Mifs Ode by Uetitia by Mifs Y O U N G Bnd of the The CALEDONIAN SHEP by ALDR1DGE and Mifs To which will be added iyth time a Burletta called TOM Taken from and prepared for the ftage the Author of Characters by E D W 1 ED W I I N H O R B S O D A V I E I C E N NE W E B I i Mifs C AT L E l t a and Books the Burletta to be had at the Nothing under fwtt Price to be Boxes Pit Firft Gall Upper The doors will be opened at a quarter aficr Five fk begin at a quarter after No perforrs admitted behind the nor any teoncy returned after tbecurtiin is drawn Placesfor the boxes to betakeu of Brandon at the Stage Viyant Rex The To fuclr Gentlemen arid as ajy pqfleffed of in the Hland of JAMAICA AGenrfejnan a Native of one of the wadands faie Weft Js thoroughly aeqoaih fedf of a targe fugar in ill its and who fpme timefince poflefled a vaju one of i from a of unforcfeen and is induced tptake this Wft to to i un whb has had a He HatffrrV wrely Vo wkh important prfon qieets em yrlfo tp treat witf1 feveral jjj Price ThfeePence By E W A By order of thfr Affigoees of WILLIAM a on at Stepney valuable Stock in together vSMi flfc hauttoW barrel of excellent 500 quarters of five tons of two large liauorbacfc lioed with large lead copper and in eighteen feet wheel with a bed fttoe and running and apparatus compleat for grinding malt j large and underbacksj upwards of 170 fundry and kiderkjns i three large win hold upwards of 500 barrels fundry working ftilliqns j a quantity of ftarting aadcieanfing leatller about chaU drons of eight ftout draught two mill and a nag iff a large parcel of oldiron and landry butt topes arid pul two carts and about 18 loads of and ofber To be viewedthifc then may be had on the and at This Day is A new being the printed on a writing price the HORACE AN ESSAY ON By V I L L IA M G I L P I Vicar of near Printed for Strand fold by and New The and Nervous Dif radically aim wafted and reftored to former by means of a peculiar mode of mufcutai oppofite in the has obtained his Majeftys Royal Letters for hii particular method of curing the above which he with out internal or external applica heat of fire or fumigation of Convalefcents he effectually preferves from expels with certainty all Rheumatic pains from the and in a few radically cures the and diffi patts caHous fwellings round the knees and ancles ori from goaty or any other rtD to the it is earneftly recommended wrtltein toippty for cure during the intervals of their fiti whereby they wiH prevent a re atrtt have time to ftiengthen their weak AH gentlemen who mall be candidly in formed what relief they may and may peiufc a long regitter of cures performed on the firft Advice daily from n to Saturdays and Sundays A Treatife on the 4th by with a long Regifter of Cures already is fold by near the New Church m the Strand and Richardibn and Ui at the Royal lc left at the Oxford July attended To proprietors of the ROYAL STOMA CHIC CORDIAL Carey THE great benefit1 have already received by taking and a half of your i nil need me to acquaint you qf their as fo valuable might hare that recommendation to the public it fo juftly At the time I firft began taking I was in a moft wretched being continually afflifted with fick lownefs of and a nib ft a total loathing of foqA by the bleffing of and he aflift ance of yoijirRoyai Stpnuacbte Cordial I have of imy and eal my meals as hearty ufuai fny faintings and ficfcnefsnearly dilappeari as I hive beenonly once afflicted for the laft twenty and ufually had them once or twice a My intention is till to continue my mode of taking hem Uftmy complaint might return which was teneraHy about an hour and a half before dinner Rotherhithe Your very humble 9vh ABRAHAM The ROYAL STOMACHIC CORPIAL BITTERS among many poflers thefollowing j they Ipeedily cure all difordcrs aufmgfroma fdul or ftemach by whatever caufe occationed expel wind both from prevent hy fainting lownefs of ftiengthen and the ftomach fiom an in whether from foul corrupt difagreeable any contagious by keeping the blood clear free from pntrefac procure a llrong and fweeten the breath kill worms in children and grown perfons and to fuch as drink will prevent the fatal eflFefls which frequently bring on many di f and in fome conftitutions perhaps fudilen death j by conftantly they are a moft fove reign fpr the fcurvy take away all manner of four belchings and unftvoury faftes in the revive both the vital and animal rpirits beydnd con agree with all and may with Safety Bfc at any fcafon of Ac or in say climate Thefe Bitters are neqeflary for all either byland or fo great a prefervative again ft all kinds of and the and their virtues for twenty jears in any cli jf The methodof taking it to two in a glars of whitei wnhei silei brandy and or 3Byotherfiquitlsmort agreeable to the byithe at Ca and no where per inade or goTng taking a f i aFhft Second Kitdierr arid fivennj notes inns ifGdafti 4fi the jnoft airy open Enquire 1BA IHE appomtea for Sobfcriptions for the arid Support of the unhappy Sufferers by the IaU in the Ifljtjids of Jamaica and earneffly requeff the At teritidrt bf Public to the Cafe of UJB Siiffcrere aiid fur ther beg Leave to aflure the that any Sum of Mo ney that can xcafonably beexjxfted to be railed by tary muft fall infinitely inpri of liie real Iofits X IS Tof the 100 o o tfq f oo o o Elijj o o of Cork 100 o o loo c o o Hanhury fmd Goft Ung o o BahlssVi Beriing zoo 6 b zoo O O Collefted at Tot tenham Court paid by Keen TjietarJofBuck inghanrihire 100 Sir 100 Efq 10 5 Sir 10 Adrian Efq 100 of Haefcfley Hawcs 10 6 o o o o 5 o o o o o o 550 10 16 O 10 10 o o 10 6 David Evans 10 10 o Efq 100 o o SamueJWiy 5 50 Chaioncr Arce Efq 100 o o John Finch 10 10 s JohnClements ai oo Peckford A Gentleman has a regard fur his fellovv crea tures in what ever part of the world 10 10 o 550 TOO o o 5 o o John Wood o i o i o C O 5 o o o o o 4 o o 18 o o o o o o o o o 3 3 Gilbert Applquwth and Co Efqj Job S of the Navy 5 Efq and jOfls 100 R 4 Efq 100 Eai Fitzwilliam jo A Lady 5 Efq 20 DrvBilJ 10 10 o Efq of 20 Efd 5 Efq 20 Mairiptt Marriott 20 Alexander Pajmcr o Kent 3 Ciarke Efq ico Efq by ibo Ifrael and 20 of Lambs Conduit ky Nevill being a colleclion the Brewers irgHo u fit of Proteftant Dif fcnters at Scep ney 100 jarnes Sharp 50 5 o C Q o o afe o o 20 o o o 10 6 3 o o o o o o 50 o o o o o o TheCommitteeearneftlyrequeft the fcveral and otbfer Ptrfons iniondon and the who have open ed books for iKe receipt bf contributions for the above pur will be plrafid to fend weekly of the monies paid in to ames Ami all perfjns who colleft money for the unhappy fuf ire defircd to fend immediate notice of their pro ceedings to the Com at the Marine Societys n JAMES To JOHN Golden Lond near S i A poor woman near applied to as a magiilrate for that to procure her affiftance from the overfeers the poor ftie was in a moft mifera emaciated and fo very that lie could fcareelymove with the affiltance of a crutch and flick he told roe that her lamcnefs occasioned by a fciophulous diibrdcr iajjier right with which flic had been fo for nine chit her limb was and that fhe then had fixteen rnnaing ores in which retraced her to that of obtained relief from the overfeers for and affiiteJ with every medicine pre fcribeJ by fome very eminent of the faculty for aboAtt a without fuqcefs I then gave her your by which her health was her wounds perfeclly heal and her limb equally as uiciuJ as the other it is above fince the cure was fo chat he is now able to maintain hcrfelf and children her buflrand being in the army at Ja maica by J your obedient THOMAS Tbefe Drops entirely eradicate the old ores or large blotches or the pimpled Icng continufd inflammation of the bilious cho Anthonys fcorbutic gout and and every other arifing trona a fotflQete of the They perfect digelhn create an and afl as a Kttive to rhe moft rfduced They may be uken in any eafon without the lead confine danger of catching or hindrance of the fafety with which they may be addiini lered to and women during is an additional encouragement to the tupeJy ufe of They are fold in fquare bottles b near Picca dilly at half a and fix infcrrption on John Nortohy only and author of Maredanrs thofe of half a guinea ate fold by bim Norton may be every and frvn iff nrtning four in she after FOREIGN January h was Hie Atlas of Mrid tior ths Mmotiurus as was aa nduflcetl to the public thai had and 36 of her men have juft newly rffrivej The Minotarus was more foftunitte iHe tooi reffige into the litle bay of forced ty tfie bad Another large veffel fouiht rhe fame afy Irim j he carried and whfle thsf Mitlotaurds was waiting for a calmer gale to go and a Tailor of lhat veltel jumrTed the andAvam to tKe informing tbebtherfliip was an Englith an armed vvas irhmedlately feor tdokfrer Witticut any kind of there board i j Th e cargo of thii veffel is valded to iivres and The fatlor who tinted his to give the is f Span it is thought he will be well The IVtinotaurus has entered here1 with her rich BotiogneSur mert 27 Javfitby the pViyatew Gompefe Mdthieu of 8 guns and piercerffor having left this harbour the 16 of November Jaft came in aga li on the aztid of this mortth after a very afdilous during which Ihe ohly took the Hibernia from Terra ladbn with dry on the 7tH of flle had an enjragement with the an Englifli cutter commanded by Daniel mounfc ed with guns and having trodps on board The fuperiofity of the privateers forced the cutter to quit her after a fight of an Exirafi of Letter Although every one here was very defirous of feeing the Cduntde Giiicherr his love of folhiicje drew him to the country and he would iiot have appeared at had he not been exprelT ly he arrived this and fince this every one believes it has been phJp6fed td to return to America with the now pre paring at which is torcceivean augmenta rion of four hips of the As for the Count the command of the combined flefs which in the eniuing campaign are to aft offen is referved for him at lead is the public of which we are but the fimple re By a veflel arrived from the ifleof France at wo hear that HyderAIiKan has had very contiderable advantages over the and Mahi towiiich he was marching would his They fent hisn from the ifle of as he had Canons nd nitions of DOrveswho commands the Kings hips in that tyri of ibe will affiit him more if thislndiaft chief fhould to call him near The King has given orders to form a new regiment of which in time of peace fhall be upon the fame footing and force as other but in time of war hall ferife with fuch an augmentation as ftull admit of forming three 2Owe hear the Emperor Lis refolved to augment the three regimeuts of artil lery with 500 men Tomorrow the The atrej will be opened and the firft deep mourning be laft advices frorn ftantinople Mac by accounts from the Turkifh the eftablifhing of Ruffian Confuls in Moldavia and Wallachia meets with frefli and that the RulEan AmbafTa dor having made very firong re prefeata tions on that had received the following final an fwer from the That Porte had done all they could confiftent with their Im mediately after orders were fent to all the Baflas in Afia and Europe for the muflering of the and particularly to ftrengthen the and the in Natolia and Cara Strong trains of artillery are fending off to and ft is univerfilly reported rhat a Turkifh is fbjn expected a this and we alfo hear that Count de fon to our Prime will fhoftly go to Conftantino pleis Imperial In the Sul tan ufes all means to gain the friendCiip of chis Our politicians have lonj been apprehend ve that the war nnd might bring on a general TKe between England and the United the great armaments making by ferent the magazines forming in and othtr fuch feem to rn that a heavy llorm is coming which ma involve many in che fclan kiesof prefent The Duke our Sovereign has publifhed a declaration relative to the obferving of a ftri51 neatraliry Ten IhTps of the hare re ceived orders o pat to feawithout In of they are preparing to fail under the comnandof Don Vincent who is take two frigates alongwith him mean wh9e nothing new has from Algtfiras or The enemies keepup a very heavy but to very little We arein daly expeftaridn of ihe advice fromthe Havanna bringing a confirmation of PeriTacbla being Thuriaay King figned the order for the deftined for Amtrica under de la Touchi
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