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Aurora And Universal Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 28, 1781, London, Middlesex W 0 Si E S D A 1 Price K in the Marth wiA Comic The Mufic eowpofifcj kv Piecing and con ducted by iignbr The princnjaj Characters by Siner End The Signora Signer jSignora And Stgtjora S E S T I V Paftoral h by new in three C 9U R fed by BacdftiU in4 SiinoSet aijdSig Yeftriv wait painted both for die Opera Firft Gallery Second Gallery By their MAJESTIES Admitted bebirtd the TPhedcorstobeopeiiedat and begin exactly at Boxes tafre taken of Yivant Rex Seventh D R U R YL A N AT the Theatre in will be prefented a new called The ROYAL The principal Chaiaclers by S M I B A N N I S T E Kr A I C K I F A R R E P A C K E P M E G R I F F I T r And B E N S L E Mils F A R R E And C R A WFO R new Dieffes and The Prologue to be fpoken BENS And the Epilogue by To which will be added for the lift time A Pantomime in two Cailfeil ROBINSON C R U S O j I N FJLi The princiua Clwrafters by f And Mifs C O L L E F To conclnde with a by StgnoT and STgnora Henry Signdra With entire new and The Scenery defigned by Mr De and executed under his Nothing under full price will be Places for the Boxes to be taken of at the The doors will be opened at a Quarter after Five To begin at a Quarter paft Pit Firft Upper Vivaiit Rex Fourteenth Time this AT the Theatre in will be prefented a The BELLES STRATAGEM by Touchwood by WROUGHT Flutter by LEE Saville by A I C K I Vilkrs by W U I T F I E L Courtall by ROB Silver Tongu3 French W E W I T Z E Hardy QJJ I C liadr Touchwood by I N C H B A L Racket by Mi6 Ogle by M O R T tefitta by Mifs Y O U N G tHoehvill b 39th time a new Pan tomime HARLEQUIN To conclude wfth a PROCESSION of the Principal GRAND from the Creatioir to the prefcnt drefled in the Habits of their rc fpcSive Ages and WiA New PA and The paintings executed by Meffieurs Hodgings and The Pantdmime by of the with an explanation of the to be had at the Nothing under full Price to be Boxes Firft Upper The doors will be opened at a quarter after Five To begin at a quarter after No perfons admitted behind the nor any mtiney returned after the curtain is drawn yiacetfor the boxe to be taken of Brandon only at the Stage ViyantRex The MERRY WIVES of WIND With the FLITCH of I MftCBlNKg ofjdff Sprrsajid on the Prin in Pedeftals elegance and arenot to be equalled are made to bnrn with or without a with or peat will perfectly expel the and render new buildings immediately fnuftky with one will Efficiently warm the largeif 8ccf The without any other will harden the arrdfurhifli heftiers and flats fufficiehtfor any The PORT ABLE WARMING M are made to diffufe a moft agreeable and regular heat for twelve without adapted to general in fedan church the fitting at table at at and in beds they are fo pe culiarly ufcful that no perfon of fpftune fhouid go a days journey without one of Sold by the BUZ oppofite Somerfet in the and no where it fxblijhedt Prict oulj of Qtu Shilling a Dozen to give atuty ANEW YEARS GfFT for grown and HOYLE or twelve ihortftauding rules for ftorr memories at of By B OB S H Printed for the benefit of to fcolding and fold by the author at Bakers Coffee Exchange Alley j the of Craven Strand and Pauls Church Signed in fuch a manner as to defy all coun This Day is CATALOG SOKSISTINC or SEVERAL COLLECTIONS of LATELY PURCHASED TKi LlBftARIft tfF J N M A I T L A N D An eminent DIGNITARY of the And a N 0 B L E L AT E DECEASED The Whole forming a general Aflbitinent of rhebeft Authors in every Branch of AMONGST WHICH A compikat the Variorom at auUbruK A moft valuable Collection of between four and five hundred capital original by BARTO DL JULIO Wbi I wiU begin to be Sold THIS DA By ROBERT New the Corner of MadJox who gives the full Value for Libraries and Parcels of BOOKS Catalogues may be had at the Place of Sale of Stratid Fleet Jlreet Avemarylane Cortthill of the Bookfellers of and the principal fTotwns in FENDONs NERVOUS 1PHE efficacy of which is aftonifhing in the fol lowing Lownefs vain wanderings of the trem frightful Ipft of hyfteric hypochondriac the falling fickuefsj with the whole train of fymptoms incident to anticlons of the nerves ihey caufe a perfeol ferenity in the before opprefled with continual horrorr aiid may be taken in any feafon without the leaft They have been ufed with the greateft fuccefs by the author in his private practice after trial they will fufficiently recommend Though advei tifed medicines in general are to have publifhed fo ufeful a one as would have been an act of inhumanity to afflicted with the above melancholy Thefe drops are whoSefale aitdiretailj of CJolden the only proprietor and author of them j and by his at oppofite JDunnans Fleetftreet j RFehaudfon and bookfellers under twRoyal Cornhiu j and by MeiLBayley and in bottles of fix arid fmaller bottles at three millings To each bill of dire are figned by the in bis pivtt and At the fame prepared by NORTON may be had in bottles of and fmaller bottles of three ihilliirgs each WACEs ASTHMATIC Recommended inthe following which as has been experienced have in a fljort time tually fpit ting of fo incident to and all dilbrdfrs of the breaft and lungs they alfo inftantly give relief in nau decayed and the wind and the ND ON a A z E T amberltitHt February Royal Highnefs the Duke ofCaoibertand have Mooday the jthdf March at two 6oth rejhment of ift Volunteer Vernon is appointed to be En finfign Brown to be Ditto John Gentl to be vice omas Foy to be Lieu vice JS to be Chri to be vice Ipettrenaqt James Grey of the Ja inatci td be vice John Barclay John Peter Rochit to inf vice Ralph n taiie1 Captain tmtOj Lteateoafit Jdha be vice George 79th Regimejitof OaptainLieutenant Ed WajdMarcusDefpard to be vice Ed jLietttenant Clotworthy Dobbins to be vice Edward Marcus Def pafdf Enfign Baker Davidfon to be to be vice Barclay of 6oth to be vice Charles John of CaptainLieutenant Alexander Salajis to be vice Thonns Henry Webb to be Captain vice Alexander Enfign John Duke to be vice Henjy freke to be vice John vCaptain Lieutenant George cf to be Vice John Grey to be vice Alexander RaTtfh Phillipst to be Vrce Henry 88th Regiment of Major of to be Lieuienaat vice Sir Alexander Dindy Ljeutenent Thomas StnbKng to be vice George William Beltaflli to vice Thpmas to be vice William be vice Arihur Ditto Adjutant Arthttf French to vice 92d John to be vice Andrew 93d Regiment of Enfign Robert Mallet to be James to vice Johnfdn James Gifdart the tad Viftdr late of in Laacafnire March 2 at the Golden Lion C E R T I F I C A T E jamea of the City of BathHn and muficai lnftrumentfelle March Samuel Maritean oF London March d U S E bf L Ttie Lords hekrd counfel m the between Lawfon and Tfie qutors compljained off wee Paflid biJt read Adjournito 94th Tlegimenrof Enfign John Campbell to be vice Henry Richard late of Marlborough in March and April at Attorney Ely Samuel now or late of Wefton in Suf March April at the Belf in Saxmundham in Suf Attorney Schuldham of Saxmund HOUSE O F C 6 M M O N The Commohs baliotted for the feleS Commit tee to determhift the andueeleftiob for The Committee were fworn and fit Elves reported from the feleft Committee on the undue election for that Lord Sheffield and Yeo the petitioners were duly and not Sir Thomas Halifax and Rogers The clerk of the Crown attended and amended the writ byerafing the names of thetwtf and irsferting the two Elves alfo made report ffdm the faid Commftteefcf a to theabove which was ordered to be confidered tomorrow feen Btietxekt from the fecretariesjpf ftates prefenred punfuanr to an addrefs fb the Kfne copies of the rules of praftice of the fupreme court of judicature in India and other which were referftd to the feleft committee on India Sir William Dottan reported from the appointed to confider of proper regula tions refpesftinginclofure two to aconfidered In icoromnee went through the bill for bbe bettrr regulating of the marine forces cm Shore ta be reported prefented abijl for the better ply of toferveon board mips of And a bill for encoiiragenjent of tjttferlrrg on iheflgpVoJ which were both read the firft Ordered that Sir Jnrhn have leave to go into the country for a monih Aad that Sir William Dolben have leave to go into the coun try for a Yefterday they baOotted for a Committee try the petidon of Collier complaining of an undue election for The names remaining on the Jilt are John Sir Sir William GreejnVnow or late of Lapworth in War March April at on Hen in Attorney William James in Henley in or John Joieph of the Cuy of failcloth roanufaftorer and March Apiil at the hpufe of Thomas the Exchange Coffeehoufe in Attor ney Hatf in Giles late of the City of baber at the Sand till ini Jatfe of WafKngford in iftpril at JRohn of Dolgelly in at London Jane Prieftly and Ann of the City of March at Lon John Brentford and of New haberdaflier and ho April at Samuel Hawes and John late of in March at the houfe of Jamgs in the city of New Edward of Cleverham in the pariflj of to March at the Rummer Tavern in John of March at James Shnpfon in mercer and March at the Red Lion Inn itf Sir Walter Rawlirrfon Efq Efq Honourable Pelham Parry and Chator COURT OF The Conrt iaft night proceeded to hear counfel the part of the refpondent Tha counfel who were heard in turns Scottr It was That the two whicfc were folemnized on the were obliga tory on the as the ceremonials were per formed according to the of the Church Of as the young Lady was of legal age and capacity to her and as flie had been induced by no fopl feduflion or but by her own voluntary The point of objeelioii which was principally infifted on and argued againftwas what had been particularly ftated itt ihe That the marriage was hot valid not having been performed according to theftrift rules pf eftabiilhed by the cuftoms of the place and country where it was The proportions contended for that conformity to the cuftoms of the to the Leges Locij where the marriage was was not neceflary to give validity to a and to ratify the as to the requisitions of our own B ut on the thae marriage requires only to be ratified fifft pf all by the law of which requires the mutuaj confentpf both parties and added to by the particular modification required by the of the Chriftian it was con were the only requifites of a valid and under thefe propofitions they appHed the cafe of the in It was ar gued that the teges Loci of a foreign are unneceflary to be in order tp entitle to the ratification of marriage in this celebration according to our
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