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Aurora And Universal Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 1, 1781, London, Middlesex ric OH r i A T R HA the Or 1 i tfce i will J feHt M brmed a new c cal led J O A C T composed by Signer and con The Sigtior v of will be FUND Tor tte Relief of AeSUFFBRERS and after to the Queen of J Bacfa Concert will the H and Habrrdafcery in Qps4 Encouragement be girea It nun or Letters addrcfleji to at 1 will be attended c j on Birft a new Vafttfal compofed by SimontV The COUNTRY 2i M j and Siepora vctalSC The her MA was performed STYS fe if Day it C A T A L O G U mo fit by parti the ylar COL C T IO S of B O O FC re vec fhoiiM fcear Azd L A T E L V P IT R C H A S t D 1 IKCIVOINC TBJC LIBRARIES OF Whit filly rosier1 the and ifo with a nd of Aft a hew in three R comrJaniedby a full band of wind inftrumenjsra The J 4 Ad M A T L A N D j That is jion blitjd 1 q by Sig He JW the performer their perform An eminent VR n lemonade by both for the The doors h Sutton ftreet to be tf and thetoomslin as and Second GaJlory 357 admitted behind to be opened ac and begin exaftlyat nd at the laftASSEMfiLY at CARLISL jr haring RAN cond LAGH once a the Proprietors to under che beft that are dejlrcd to to act any time before thrte tions humbly propofe to the to have boxes come accompanied with ofte or tnore A D The Seventh Gentleman wHi introduce any ifnpropc under his in offence of fo name refpefhible a a ua T tke in DruryLanej THIS prefetueda called un The R The principal by SM I T N IS T E AfC K F A R R E P A C K E 1 L LI AM PAL E GR I FF IT H B E N S L E F A RR E CRAW Witfi new DrefTes and The Prologue to be fpoken by Ahd fte Epilogue by To which will be added for the lift time A new Pantomime Entertainment in two called ROBINSON RLEQJJIN The principal Characters by And Mift C O L L E T To a by Signor and Signora Sgnora Vllth entire new and The Scenery defigned by Mr De and executed under his Nothing under full price will be cs for the Boxes to be taken of The doorswill be opened at a Quarter after Five To begin at a Quarter paft Boxes Pit Upper Vivant Rex Fourteenth Time this CO AT the Theatre will prefented a The BELLESSTRATAGEM Doricburt by L E W i Sir Touchwood1 by WR O U G H Flutter by LEE L E W E by A 1C Yillm MrWHITFIEI QiB BATE fffitefiAtfvanh U O U I C Klieumatifmi Palfyj and Nervous radically and wafted and reftored to iixrmer by tnodeofrftufcula oppofite Somepfeil in the has obtained his Majeflys Letters for his particular method of the above Which he effeSualJy witlij out internal or external applica fire or fumigation or ConvalefcetitsieeffeftuflUy prefervcfi from expels certainty all Rheumatic pains from the i and in a ladically cures the and difi pates callous fwellings round the knees and ancles ori ginating from gouty or any other In order to do juftice to the it is earneftly recommeidcd to them to apply for cure during of thtir Whereby they will prevent a re and have time to ftrerrgthen their weak AH gentlemen who ftttll be candidly in fanned what relief they may and may ptrnfe a long regifter of cures performed on peribns of firft Advice daily fropi n to Saturdays and Sundays A Treatife on the 4th by with a long Regifter cf Cures already is fold by the New Church in the Strand and Richardfou and at the Royal To 10HN Goldea SIR A poo Lancafhi J f v I f f n applied to as a magiftrate for that to procure her afllltance from the overfeers of the poor flie was in a moft snifera ble emaciated and fo lame lance of a Racket f Ogle QJ I N C H B A L T o C KL MON ftic could fcarcely move with the a crutch and fhe me that her larnenefs was occafioned by a violent Tcrophulous difordcr in her right with which ihe had been fo much afflidled for nine that her limb was and that fhe then had fixtcen rnnning fores in which reduced her to that ftate of obtaine4 relief from the bverfcers for and affifted her with every medicine pre fer bed by fome very eminentof the faculty for about a without fuccefs I then gave hen your MAREDANVs by which her health was illher wounds perfeftLy heal and her limb eqoajly as ufeful as other it is above two years fince the was fo that fhe is ableto maintain herfiflf and children her being in the army at Ja maica by J t by Mifs V O U N e a nevr Pan IIIM FR BEM THOMAS your obedient r of the Principal fromthe Creation to the drcfled io Habits their re Thefe Drops entirely eradicate the old lores or large blotches theevil imple PA 3 cootmued foulnefs of the biod ppioe be Soxes PU Krft Gall go u t T fr J diTorder anting from a iThey perfect digeftoo create an as a rative to the ihoft reduced i V rf of fpt an explanation of the J and tHeTaf to Melfieurs Carveri IN Ttr begb at Ernies 16 after ttfcfciV of Brandon The only at the Stage Vivant Rex The MERRY WIVES of With the FLITCH of Ijottk Q at hal with the following inscription on tnenii iJohn only proprietor and author of Maredants Drops ihofc of half a guinea arc foW by him Daft LalHc ye ICCD noightof the a2 Ane and j iW And a LATELY DE CEASED j hole forming a general Affortment of Authors in every Branch of r AMONGST WHICH A complcat th3e Variorum in 186 Sic fee void of tKeNU i I To do what lifce of us s to bound in f A moft vahiabie Colleflion of between four nnd five To brag bow oft they have had the hundred capital original by Juno pl Qop faia r O o ditb Svne make ye a their jeft when 1 WbubwittbesintobeSoU THIS I Be warxy I and never gic By ROBERT New the Corner of who gives the full Value for Libraries and Parcels of 00 KS Catalogues way be bad at the Place of Sate 5 of Strand fleet Awemarylane j j of tie of the principal Towns in To the Editor of the T Conftanfly read the London papers that are circulated am frequency much a roufed by the little characters given in of people in London I have often feen fome enter taining Jeu tfEfprit under the titles of modern characters by the fame by Beau mont and Kit Kata from tnufical and lately I was much pleafed to find in your entertaining and much ad mired an account a Lady of Qualitys Ball in where the country dances were tp Scots J admire and as much as any yet they were not the only ones who copied after for I find paflagesin the works of a celebrated Bard of the in my opinion equally applicable to many well known charac rs in London I have ALLAN a fewcouplct5t which I now fend They I convince your read that he was well acquainted with mankind and though he wrote in a time and a coun try he manners fo widely difaoree yet that making allowance for the idiom of Janua frooi che ftniilarity of humari nature every the charafters he drew are applicable to the pre fent day of this you hall judge by the following with your I call Old Scotch Couplets applicable to modern Per 7heir Jfclt well grow iuld and neer find The lofs ofyotttH when love on the Prixce roth Fade grows a f rap an lad And better looks than his I nevtfr f J Amongtur lads he bears the gree And tells of them I never though a Cngfe iTe a I A difti of marryd love right foon grows a to grow jf Dear and lead a ftngle i f Troth cisnae mowsto be a married w A i of back of what I have fworn to thee t d thij ifle Yettime nW the fitireit eer Thc fair toondation of our faithful F Curil were he That were condemned for life to with EncotKagement or bourd with iic as f and Mift 5 j for me I luvs i To be as yielding as my ki but love in whispers That men were made for fot Armed f gars me think Will land in naithing but a jok at FOEIGN ALL the jeieifejjt are forbidden from entering tfee City o and that in ib ftvere a even travellers are obliged to go round It is not imagined the Chriftians will be unlefs the Emperor difpofed to relent when he returns to and pafles through The Jew Eliaho who is In poffeSTon of the houfes and efiSfta whidl the obliged to when arrived and makes pretensions to the ixouOa of the EngTifh and all the effefts are packing up and flowing in by of the The Englifli with family and other Englilb were fcnt iq two barks to Gibraltar but it is moft th will not be able to get inte and w be therefore very fen t to By letters from Larracbe we find f i accompanied by the Governor of the ihewed a letter from the by which fee in poffeffion of the fioafe of the Coirful in confequeoce of which violent Conful has fprit orders for his be Levi kas lett the b MV E houfe to che Spaniih The fqaadroa which is expeftedto arrive igland is come in me meaa Streights are clofcly blocked ap by 10 prevent any fucCours from being chrotvji R ome Number I their Partisans are taken up alnft oaily fofpicibti of theif on p who Have dfurhielf r i has been made morial to be prefcntecj fo the AJew KS3ff alfo been having exported r hundred imprefiions of ihis Jefoits impatiemly Wait to tfii of the ths fas if the Ex againft tfcfry obrro As of until i which ri Holy Sefi ii have ferious e Republic of w r of thfcCdtfrt o reat ee a has Allowed with regard to ties that hase thefe that they may if tbey proceed from knav they have fent for the to know vvluc was doe
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