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Aurora And Universal Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 26, 1781, London, Middlesex KIN Gsf R EWMftTHEATREift the KAY the ith rtr called MO N D A P A N T H E O csdled Dt TORRE In TWO Mufic fonipofed by Signer ani con ducted by Signer TtTie principal Characters by Signer T RTE B B Signer Signora And Signora S E S T I N fcndrf AaFirSfti a new Paftoral by COUNTRY By Signer and Siznora Sijrnora and fo finiflr With grand Chaconue by find of Aft a grand Pamomhne Ballet1 in three NINETTE i la Compofed by and Signora Srgnora Crtfptt MaAsrnoifdleBacedfi and Madame Simonet and painted by and both for the Opera and Firft Gallery Second Gallery By their MAJESTFES PcfitrveTy can be admitted behind thefcenes opened at and begin exactly at leYcn AT the Theatre in THIS The SCHOOL for SCANDAL Sir Peter by SirOliver Surface by Y A T E Joieph Surface by Benjamin by D O D Crabtree by by AI K I Hofes Carelefs Trip And Challes ty by Mifs Maria by BR R E T O tatly by S HrE R R And Lady Teazle by B t N G T O In Aa a Song by V E R N O N Kith tftft fce addSJ for rprhrime 1 Pantomime in two called ROBINSON CRUSOE R A R L E QU I N The principal Characters fay i And Mifs COLLET To conclude with a by Signor and Signora Signoia With entire new and The Scenery defigned by Mr De and executed under his Nothing under full price will be Placesfor the Boxes to be taken of at the The doors will be opened at a Quarter after Five To begin at a Qnarter paft Boxes Pit Firft Upper isi Vivant Rex ToMorrqw the 6th night the new Tragedy of The ROYAL for the Laft Night but one of Mifs Catleys For the Benefit of Mifs C A T L E CO AT the Theatre in THIS The D U E N N Father The Clara with additional Songs Mifs End of Aft The Huntfmans eet By Mifs End of the The Caledonian By and Mifs which witt be added i9th time a Burletta called TOM from and prepared for the ftagi by the Author of E D W I R O B S O QU I C With a new and Books of the Burletta to behad at the ToMorrow The THE NooiUty khd Gentry are That the FIFTH will be THIS The Orcheftfa under the DireiHoii nf Price tit it S6nfr SfrSAMPIERij Solo CROSDILL Mift PALMElCi Concxrto CRAMER S C ow b Si nfohte M i ft P ALM8R Coa certo FISCHER HIlIOtflL The Vocal GHE and Wfift The MUSIC entirely torahofai by 6IOR ANSANls Illnefs prevents him from finging this E Admittance Half a Guinea each or Tickets be had at the The Doors will opened at Seren and the Concerf begin at The Company are requeued t order men to fet down and tike up at the Boots in with their Horfes Heads towards Chair this Won will be WEDNESDAY the acth APR1 L T 1 TIT ji ni ill A S 8 E M B L Y R O O M S HANOVER I HE SUBSCRIPTION MASQUERADE WUJ be THIS PRESENT SUBSCRIPTION Five Qumeasfor three tick fingle tickets two Subfcriptions are ready fordelivery at the The doors to be opened at TEN and fupper rooms at The Nobility and Gentry are moft humbry de fired to order their coachfiien to fet them down and take them up at the door in with their harks heads towards Grofvenor fqujmr The doors in the Square for ladies chairs SUFFERERS in JAMAICA and BARBADOES A Meeting of the COMMITTEE lor recnring the Subfcriptions for Relief and Support of the unhappy Sufferers by the lats Hur in the Illards of JAMAICA dnj liARUADOES will be held at the MARINE SOCIETYS OFFiCE in on WEDNESDAY the aSth In ft at One JAMES To the or Families Fumijhhir By the I N Gs PAT At H U G H J O New Bnndftr THE SALISBURY A and in fiiporti a T wu pennyworth 6f highly recommcntfed hv Society for the cncouragemeut of at liarh as being very tWcfut to officers tfl camp or and for merchant Gentlemens feats or Alfo tin NEW 1NVEN1EO fo much applauded in Captain Sirness late as an article nfeful in quar or on the and for To prevent it is rcquefted the of the houfe may Double Block Tin KITCHEN FUilNI made without and every pernicious effect in lets from three to ten re commended to weil as for and or being not liable to waat new Likewile a new invented LAMP for which prevents fmoke and removes improper and the much admired new in vented TEA Alfo a CHAMBER hot or highly recommended by the as being much fuperiur to any other mode of and is fo conftructed it may be fixed by a bedfide without the leaft in Likewife a new invented PERPE TUAL heated by the kitchen and Pewter Furniture for halls and Cham ber and Kettles for the IRISH STATE For TWO GUINEAS three Numbers will be the firft Number entitled to Two Thotifand If drawn a Price of One Thoufand If a Prize of Four Hundred Ditto zjcoo Two Hundred Ditto i One Hundred Ditto rpo Twenty Ditto IDo Ten Ditto t0 Four 2o The Second Nambel1 entitled to One Hundred if drawn any Prize aEove The Third Nuirtbtr entitled to Pour Hundred If drawn any Prize above 100 And to Eight If the Three Xumbers be al drawn Prizes 10 For ONE GUINEA three Numbers will alfo be which will entitle the Purchafcr to Half of the above Life Annuities Houfehold THEmany frauds daily committed induce people to pan with and fell and other greatly under their afld often tp the ruin of themfelves and firft induced the to offer his fervice to the in which be has continued many years to buy and fell by mort household furniture and other on the molt reafonable by which perlbns will be affured of receiving the utmoft value for their pro which often fails a prey todefigning make aprafticeof purchafing and felting them again at an advanced Enquire or direct for at Bakers Exchange or at The adratifer is a legal and as fuch rdpfrvfible at all times fer fiis n Treaiurer and London Prinjrofe during the coarfe of my canvas Phyfician to your the Kopes of fuccefs by a number of my hitherto purfued it with the moft And return my gerreroos fup unffrfgned thaalccfor their follicitade wbicb I fhallever and with the warmeft But are more actuated by cenaryirotives than and labour morif to make a the than by their djfinterefted fuf JBofl decline giving yoa any fur pn thepfrelent Anxiousas tb focceed la a liberal I can ftot tfijiiH of what muft be an honour BO tneans m to con and fubjefl me mould I be of running fo danger purchafe the cafe of the of the however general a from the odium of the and Ihave the hoaoor to With the utmoft Your moft Dirjdgewater moft And very humble HASKEY r wARMING MACHINES ofdif ierent Sorts and on the only true Prin yliich for elegance and are net to be equalled in Europe they are made to burn witli or without a with or peat j expel the and render new buildings immediately cure all fmoaky with one fire will flifficiently vrarntthe The without any orhy harden the and furnifli with fuiScieit for any The POKT AftLE WARMING MACHTNES without art made to diffufc a rholl agreeable and regular for twelve without adapteil to eneiral in church the fitting at arid in beds they are To pe ufvful in thru pei cf fortune go a journey xvjthout one of by the oppcfite in the and no 1 tfe Suhlrriptbns Relict Supfton of tSc ijnijppy by the ac dreadful in llliiuis o Jamaica aad it c uf the Publi to theCjie of th and fur ther bz LyiMe the that any Sum of Mo ney reafonably be exacted to be railed by vnlun taty muft fall infinitely hurl of the ical Lollcs A LIST of the t xoo o o Efq loo p o Efq 100 o o Cuthbert Sc Harej of Coib loo 0 o Elqj IOO O 0 roo o o Hanbury and Gof ling ico O o the Navy 5 jq Bening 200 O o and 200 o o Collected at Tot tenham Court paid by Weft 10 6 TheEarlofBuck ingbamfhire loo O o Sir roo o o lo o d Sir K o o Adrian oo o o Efq loo O O of Hacknejr Hawfs lo IO o ro ro o o 10 6 DjvicNEvans 10 a lob o o Samuel Way Chafvner Arce 160 o O John Finch 10 10 s John Clements 21 o o Peckford A Gentleman who has a regard for hisfellow creai tures in what ever part of the world 5 50 10 ro o Hi 550 loo o o Shoredftch 5 50 John Wood o o 2 Applegarth and i Efo and Job of the Navy Efq and Sons loo 4 Efq ico 2 o I o 5 5 o o 5 15 50 5 o o 40 o 18 o 0 o 1 o Earl Fitzwilliam A Lady Efq 20 O O Bill 10 10 o Efq of Berrington 20 o o Efq 20 o o 330 Efq e co U J J Efq 2006 Maiiioit afc Marriott 20 Alexunder Palmer Kent 3 Clarke Efq ISO by too Ifrael and 20 of Conduit by Nevill 50 being a collection at the Rev Brewers Meet irg Houfe of Proteftant Dif fcnters at Step ney 100 James Sharp 50 o o o o o 10 6 o o o o o o o o The Committee earneftly requeft the feveral and otner in London and the who open ed he receipt of contributions for the above pur he pfcafed to fend weekly accounts of the monies paid in to Jamei And all colleft money for the unhappy fuf ate dcfired to fend immediate notice of their t the at the Marine Societys JAMES Sec A Wanted Perfoh w4 informed in fhe Litti and tofrre in l Giiod Encouragement will fee given to a of Letters Poilpai1 addrefled to at will be attsndfli FENDONs NSRVQUS efficacy of which is aftonilbing ia the fd lowing Lownefs of wanderings of the trera frightful anxiet lofs hyjfteric fitsr hypochondriac the falling with the whole train of fymptoms incident to afBiflons of the nenes 5 they caufe a perfect ferenity in the before opprefTtd with continual horrorr and may be taken in any 1cafon without the leaft They haxe been uied with the greatelt fuocefs by the author in liis private praflicej after trial they wilt Xufficientiy recommend Though advei tifed medicines iirgeneial are juftly ntr to Kave poWifiied fo ufeful a one as would havt been an ail of inhumanity to thofe afflicted whh the above nvelancholy Thefe drops are wholefale and b7 of the only proprietor and author of them and bv his appoint at Dunftans Flectftreet Richardlon and bookfellers under the Royal Cornhill and by Baytey and in bottles of fix linaller bottles at three fliillings To prevent each bill of tvitii a are jignsd by the in bh ciun and At the fame prepared by NORTON may be had in bottles of fix and fniallcr bottles of three fliillings each tVACEs ASTHMATIC Recommended in the following which as has been have in a Ihort time effec fpit for incident to andall diforders of the breait 2nd lungs they alu give relief in nau and the wind and To the EDITOR of the fore Teemed to flicrKt of the paid by the River to tfie ani cf the com mendation tium paper for theif in appointing I is it is to of tencfericy ut every io convince liirn of tSe food of the monopoly granted no doulf by to the New River Com and of the intolerable damage that mighc have accrued to that Company at leajl from a rival cut from Coire Does not daily experience fhew that water is now merf plenty ever That the pipes are neutr dry That in cafe of feldom more than pne or baujts are down before a fupply of wa ter is at hand Are not the names of the turn cods publHLed And is not a nualchman kept Is the watchman pfrmitieci to though the turncock goa to reft Can the turncock give wa ter before he rsctives it or the watchman fend it before the fire In cafes of do we not find the aimsjl readinefi to redrefs f DJ the fervants behave JuperciUotifnefs or or their mailers witm dijrefpeEl or contempt Illnature may call civility fnetr and malice term complaifance contempt but can it be that the benefits received from a liberal and indulge public can be fo foon forgotten If the agents threaten to cut off your cocks in fame wiih language bordering on the utmoft nnd abiblutely execute ic do they not nuke ample amends by their complai fance in tbofi where you may prefer the ftead water if you pleafe Jf you wiih for redrefs from the are you initantiy furrounded and at tended to by the whole tribe of and collectors With what peculiar politeaefs do they not immedfaely enquire into your taje yoy and give you the moft cor dial that you mull expect no thay being the only prsper judges But even malice and illnature mufl acknow ledge their resdinefs to report your bufmefs abdve Hairs Are you not with thegreateit complaifance vfbred and to be admitted with what pohtentfs does the Secretary receive you with what extrerm grace confirm the verdict of thofe who have been both your jury and judges belotf with what dignity acquaint that if you like you may leave That it does not become individuals to complain of tns conduct of gentlemen of opulent fociety that majfters confider themfelves as the mafiers alfo no fervantt of the community and with out dictation or controul empowered to make one pay as fo grant gratis to the next door we not fay of fuch behaviour what encomiums pafs on fuch conduct f How and commendable how praduclive of peace and pre ventiveof difcontent or altercation how wortfyn moft lucrative and the unrivalled pre tcffhn of a Briiifh
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