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Aurora And Universal Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 27, 1781, London, Middlesex of tp be ind of Aft partkatftrtteUiad jSums unaccounte tj tnfecmai or Seat of fire or fumigation or from jjjj gjjemnatjc pains from the and in both for the Opera and admitted behind For Author Sixth Nigtey i R U R YL A N T S P A C K W 1 L L I A M P A t M e B E Sa B F And C R A Q R With MWiDfcfle and by BENS And th ilogye by j To which be 46th A Pantomime nriwo R OB IN G RUSQ K The pftscipaJ 4qr Soetti 0O L L E T with a jbjr and Signers SigtoaH With entire new and The Scenery defigned by Pe and eatecxiaal f uader foil jirice will be Places for the to be taken of at the The doors will be opened at a Quarter after Fire To begin at a Quarter Boxes Pit Vjvant jUx Ltt of Mift Catleys By C O V EN A R D E AT tlw Theatre in TBJS The BEGGARS Marfiwth by ffeachooi by fw I L Ixieltit by BO O Filch by Mat o the by ROB PoHy by SATCHEL Peachura by Diana by Mrs And Lucy by Mifs C A TE E fcid or Aft The CALEDONIAN SHEP by ALDR1DGE and Mift In Aft a Hornpipe by Mifs Tp which will be added xpth and the laft this Seafon eidled Taken from and prepared for the ftage by the Author E t W I E I N H O L B S O Q U I tf WE B And ATXE With a new and povks of the Btnjetta to be had at the Nothing under full Price to be Boxes fit Firft Upper ill opened at a quarter after Five To begin at a after No perions admitted bejiind the nor any money irtornedafter the Curtain is drawn Places for die boxes to be of Brandon only at the Stage Yhrant Rez Ofl Wish The JOHN M A t An eminent DIGNITARY of ike And a N0 BL M 1 AT t V CJTA S ED Tie Wbofcribrmlng a general Aflorrment of Hie beffc in every Branch of AMONGSTWHICH A compkat Set of the Variorum m 186 bonnd in A TOoft valuable CoUeftiWi of between W five hundred capital oriental fry HAKT DiVi Juxio roundthe knees and on any other do juftice ifis earneftly to thenvtB applyfor cure during the will begiti to be Stiff T HIS By ROBERT New the Cornet of Maddox ftrcetfr who gives tberfoil Value tor Libmicfr of Catakguet nny ke bad tite Plate of Sale cf Strand frttt i Avernarylatte ev they will prevent a re to ffrerietberi their weak limbs P j hall be candidly in and may perufe long cures performed on perfons of the Advice daily from to Saturdays iindays A Trearffe on 4th by iiK a fang cf Cures already ii foM by near the New Chureh Strand apd Riciuidfon and at the The following is a abftracl of the heads of to the Auditors of the to order t be difcharged fi the ExchequejfjtQ to be made by the Oiould operate tbereAould fait between public and ifurther enaclsy that tC pointed ants again fe gamine to have power to cornpoimd or with an oath by them taken BattiRjnYrT hold their places fbt n therefore dircls the laaries of certain the otteSars aftd in erf the Mmt be to the the bill brought parliament by for the recrehching public THE that thelarge aid 3 which been granted in fupport of prefent caufed confiderablft increafe of public further burthens on the fabjft may it is the duty of TO uie pjeiear be for coinage on how Com may tqmake rejrnitj fof the irft oFhislylajeilys f9rcs in foreign and deicribiti whaxptfrtons fljadl T n a5 ry that office lhall be executed for 1 M M d i To Mn JOHN Golden A poor vroman of near to to procure her affiflance 4verfeeVs of the poor ije was in a moiV thifera tile emaciated and fo very lame that me could fcarcely move with the affiftance of a and flick ihe told me tljat her lamenefs was oecafittncd by a violent fcrophulous difordcr in her right with which fhe had been fo much afflicted for nine her limb was and that fhe then had fifteen running fores 3n which reduced to that ftateof obtained relief frtmi the overfeers for and affixed her with every JDjediciite pre very eminent of the racolty for about a withont fucceis I then gave her your by which her health her wounds perfectly heal limb equally as ufeful as the other it is above two years fince the care wis fotbat fte is now able to maintain Tierfeff and children hulband bating the army at Ja maica by I your obedient THOMAS BvrrfeRWORTH Tiiefe Drops entirety eradicate toe ibres or large or pimpled long cpotinued inflammation of the bilious cKo Anthonys fcorbutic gout and rheo and wher dlforder arifing from a foulnefs of the They perfect digeffoo create an and a reSp rative to the moft reduced Thfy roay be in any feafon without danger of catchidg or hin4rance of and the withVhifli adminiftered to and T during is an addltibhal to the timely ufe of They are fold in qBareJbottlea if neajPicca better management of the expence jefty s civil rendering the pab lie accounts more and by applying moftiesJ which tire not cow fo profitably huibanded to the public and by thofe means giving greater effecl to the eiertfow againft enemies ef his Majefly Vcrown and For which parfeofe the bill that the office of the Board of Trade and Plantations Hull be and Hkewife the office of tfioners the famein future under the management of the Convention of l theiame powers and of State for America to be arid the bufinefs tn be done by the and Offices of the Treafurersof the aiid land of the Greeh to be and the jociwiftion the Green to be transferred to Hii Majeftys to be direction of the Steward of tjie fetting forrlt the manner Jnwbih are to be made and nd no Contractor is to likve a ieat in Offices of great M after of the and and only jone to remain lt of Boardkof Works or or Comptroller gardens to be appointed inftead aflthsu of whom art twhave feats in expences attending hrs Majeflys btjildirtgi provided by contractj or to make adtlitional ex peace excecdv till approved iMtfMM tKfv jworks in the gardens to withont an eftimate fiJib deliveredand approved by and charges of huMajeirys riaid Ex epofi Certificate of the Lord Chamber Vice of the ofMafter ofbe Rofaes to beiexecat jSablts to Jae by wntrjkfcMaftet dirty performed by ihe fenior tAti t t i n inf tcfVegulaffe rhe the fame tobe W f office Xo f be Created in the the purpofes of thofeaboliOied tdbe appohifed to hear aggrieved by the aflai by fbe a right fuccetuon of vacant VacanciW to be fifled go after a the perfoii fill F9REIGN the i is in at half a guinea and fix flulKnes with the following John only proprietor and Author of Maredants Drops thofe of half a fold by him Nirttotmoy be confiJftd axt yjcw Ibeutirtiii to Lieuteoaht and oath f agreernent of aiid The Englilh EaftIndia was latelywrecked oa Zandvoort j French pri Sr Governor of as on landed in tha i fpme other The cargo is j i which thi ftables tgreateft ofrt is according to a lifl already Enfign of the Yeomeii the inhabitants of Noordwvk li i the A fent to preferve good 5 that fbnie other their and vverc dif two or tnree were Bril and an Englifhfrigate of 24 guns and to of penfionsrinto tise
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