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Aurora And Universal Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 2, 1781, London, Middlesex Price By Command Of Their T ihyTneatrekoyJd jn this preient Match the will be formed ALEXANDERS TV TQ which Will be for CEClLIAs The principal Characters by Mifs L I N L E Afift and Mifs H and R E I N H O L tXIkfr Violin by Bnd Of tKe Firft a Concerto on the By End of a Concerto on the f JBy and Places for the Boxes to be t the StageDoor of the TfcSfreV Half a duinei 5L Second doors tobe opeaed at paft rjoaxt 6f the Eighth D R R A N AT the Theatre in will be prefentfcd a new called The ROYAL The M B W t Characters by T N I S T E XC K I ARR E A C K 1 L L I AM P A L M E And E N S L E Mift F A R R E And With new Drefles and The Prologue to be fpoken by And the Epilogue by To which will be added for the tad time A new Pantomime in two called ROBINSON CRUSOE HARLEQJJIN The principal by And Mifs To conclude with a by Signer and Signora Signora With entire new and The Scenery defigned by Mr De tod Nothing under full price will be Places fof the Boxes to be taken of at the The doors will be opened at a Quarter after Five To begin at a Quarter pad Boxes Pit Firft Upper is Vivant Rex CO AT the Theatre in will be prefeuted a The MERRY WIVES of Ford by Sir Hugh Evans by Doctor Caiusby Page by Hoft of the Juftice Shallow by Simple Piftol by Firft Fairy by Slender by And Page by Ann Page by Quickly by and Ford by Mifs To which will be added a Comic called The FLITCH of Captiin Grevile by L E O N Eliza by Mifs Pit Upper he doors will be opened at a quarter after Five begin at a quarter after pevfohs admitted behind the nor any money returned after the curtain is drawn laces for boxes to be taken of Brandon only at the Stage Vivant Rex On MACBETH With Fortieth Time HARLEQUIN SILKS now on At WOODS refpeflfully acquaint their and that an alteration of partnerfhip being foon to take place in their they have in confequeiice determined to fell the ntmoft all the remaining part of their old on fuch terms as will convince the ptirchafers they are well worthy of their as they will really be fold from 30 to 50 per under the original At the Time time will be on Tbe remaining part of the7 two late bankrupts goods confifting of a viery large affortment of plain Black and the wear of whkb they can with fafpty A genteel vafiety of modern filks and fuicabte for the K 1 N T H E A T R H A Y M A R K E AT the KINGS THEATRE in the HAY To March the will be performed a new Serious called M I T R I D A T The Mufic compofed by Signer The principal Characters by Signer Signer T R B B Signora Signer Signora And Madame L B B R U End of Aft a new Comic compofed by The PEAT COUNTRY Signer Signora and Signora End ofAft a new Serious compofed by calld The NYMPHS of fc t and Mademoifelle Signer aod Signora Signoia and End of Aft a grand compofed by M calPd The RURAL By Veftris and Mademoiielle Signora Signer Traffieri and Signora With new painted by new DrefTes and both for the Opera and Pit Firft Gallery Second Gallery By No perfon can be admitted behind the The doors to be opened at and begin exactly at fevcn Tbofe Ladies and Gentlemen iviji to have boxes ibis defired tit apply to Jeivcllt at the any time before three Vivant Rex Regina j This Day is A CONSISTING or SEVERAL VALUABLE COLLECTIONS of LATELY PURCHASED INCLUDING THE LIBRARIES OF The JOHN M A I T L A N D An eminent And a N O B L E M A LATELY DECEASED The Whole forming a general AiTortment of beft in tveiy Branch and Nervous Dif i vadicaiij and wafted and former by means mufcslai oppofite ui the his Majeftys Royal particular method of curing which he effeftually with internal or external applica fire or fumigation or ConvafefcentS Iweffcftually preferves from peU with certainty all Rheumatic pains from the backs and in a few radically cures the and tlifli the knees and ancles ori ginating from gouty or any other In order to do Juftice to the it is earneftly recommended to them to apply for cuixduring the intervals of thtir whereby thev pi event a re and have time to ftrertgtVon weak All gentlenjea ihvil be candidly in formed what reljef they and may perufe a long regifter dPcuivs on peribns ot the firft Advice dnily from n to Saturdays and Sundays A Treatife on the 4th by with a long Regiftfr of Cures already is fold by near the New Church in the Strand and at the Royal AMONGST WHICH A compleat Set of the Variorum in 186 bound in A moft valuable Collection of between four and five hundred capital original by BARTO DEVISI JULIO b will begin to be Sold THIS By ROBERT New Bondftrcet 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 Mr Strand White t Fleet jlrect Aiiemarylane Cornkill Holborn of the Bookfellers of and the principal Towns in FENDONs NERVOUS efficacy of which is aftonifhing in the fol Lownefs of vain wanderings of the trem frightful lofs of hyfteric hypochondriac thefalling with the whole tnin of Jymptoms incident to affliclons of the nerves they caufe a perfect ferenity in the mind before opprefled with continual horrorr and may be taken in any feafon without the leaft They have been ufed with the greatell fuccefs by the author in his private praclice after trial they will fufficiently recommend Though adver tifcd medicines in general are juftly not to have publifhed fo ufeful a one as would have been an of inhumanity to thofe afflicted with the abore melanclioly Thefe drops are wholefale and by of the only proprietor and author of them and by his appoint at oppofite Dunftans Fleetftreet Richardfon and bookfellers uider the Royal Cornhill and by Bayley and perfumers inbottles of fix and finaller bottles at three hillings To prtvcnt each bill of Vfitb a are figntd by tie in his own a nd At the fame prepared by NORTON may be had in bottles of fix and fmaller bottles ofthree hillings each ASTHMATIC Recommended in the foHowing which as has been experienced have in a hort time effec tually fpit ting of chin fo incident to and all of the bread and lungs they alio inftanfly give relief in nau decayed and the wind and the BE Perperual ADVQWSON of a REC TjlXRY of a la which frugality woitltt hare their getting in lor 1 iaw my hoftandjoiri the incumbent aged and very in L i There are 600 acres of Glebe and capable of great Alfoi the Reverfiun 3 per the death of a perfon aged to be at 5 per on a free Wdejftte in of a with a Enquire of WI T H StockBroker and AucBofttttj at Buyers Coffee Exchange Alley his Craven in the who catrrinuef to buy and by com Mort Kottfcold and other B and any fum ofmoney advanced on defiious of increafing their for their own To the EDITOR of the AUROR s r IT s tHe probably through my inabilities will be the laft time I may aQc the favour of you to put a few lines in your ufeful on a fubjed I am amazed has no been oftener handled that is to pray againft an in folvent and the fufferings of thoufands un pitied For my part I am not but that becaufe I have not had it in my I if I know my own fhould have Ihown as much companion to the feeming diftreffed as ochers have I have a hufband who always took care to be a 1 loving him t o for lived a life 1 tho a very gay I knew we if 1 may ufe the robbing honeft people of their due and when he had by difFereut pretences taken in as many as he it was but retiring into the Accordingly we furnifhed lodg ings and lived did not want ac quaintance I allure for we went in to all the racei in poft coaches or chaifes we went to and every place of entertainment which many creditors had the mortification to We flaid out all went and did as we pleafed for nay before the ri ots term time or His creditors feeing him live fo and fo offered him his dif charge which he for he would wait for an though he had taken the benefit once before that he lived as happy there as he could At laft with inceflant intreaties I per fuaded him to accept their kind which was to ftay 3 years when they well knew it would with eaie be in his power to pay as he is of a genteel and good which he has been let up in feveral and as often became a However they have been good enough to givehim as he took an he would not take tke benefit of this and he would be ftruck off the They did not know his and he is kept on for a few pounds on though 1 love my I deteft fuch which I am forry to fay many as well as he but the cafe is how o punifh the and prevent the I know but one that if there be an let every man from 20 to who chufes to take it be compelled to go and not be able tn procure a which they brag they will for If they wrent we mould be free from fome bad and fome poor who might ac quire and come home as well as richer men than they went if on the they did not choofe to the the peor creditor would by his kindnefs in releafing have fome ray of and not be ex cluded every if they as many vill Have it in their power to and I am fure or one that if debtors iad not been convinced of having thofe perpetual and fuch fcope in the they would have afted in an Konefter minded their and Ivtfd than be oonfised in a clofc others for peas when they were two guineas a though they and in fhor every thing irJ and wheti t have fliame at the different fcenes and manners by debtors who fcarce dare fhew thtir I have been with the greateft Cru elty by himand I the he haa left me and a lovely infant to and has ran away with another mans and keeps a1 fine aod lives like a Iprd for you they all have I wonder if the officers abroad be entitled tothis I read in the paper gave upwards of a ihtf ling a pound for and no doubt meat for fauce in proportion for my wain ufrd to let the creditors and all mankind be he would live my only motive for giving you and the public this is hoping fome perr than rame might be remind ed to petition jigainft an infolvent for alas had it not been far and the indalgence in my hufband would have ah honefler and a richer And I really think thofe that went under the name of and yet went where they I mean before the not on any account be allowed to take the benefit of the as they could not be called dole I hore the badnefs of the ftile will not hinder any good that g eater abilities might as thoufai if they pleafe can teftify much more than I have as no time is to be your infert ing this immediately will greatly oblige yotfr humble The urhappy And peihajjs many For the V7OU mud that I am by profeffion an and applied much of my time to Botany I hall therefore make a few re marks on two on thfree plants of very extraordi nary One cf thefe is the fenfitive which fhrnks from the and for that reafon is called in the noli Phy ficians and Naturahfts tell that it is net only endowed with a natural timidity but will communicate it to any body who talles of as the herb nepenthes gives joy and Th ancients do not kern to be unacquanted with it for Diofcorides tells us a rcrriarkable that having infufed fome leaves of a cerair plant in A and given it to one of Neros who was a very bold enterprizing his con ftitution immediately and he grew fo mean that for fear of jaft he cut his own This feeros to be that monfler Tigdlinus and daftdrdly which moft bad minifters had fhewn in and the fcandalous ends they have would incline one to think that they have been dofed in the fame Such a miniver cannot choofe a better motto than noli me There is an other which was formerly in great as a ftrengthener of bad called Ra bertianum Robert of the It has likewife the royal title of Gratia or the Grace of But io now grown quite but of and hardly ever ufed in regular The root of hellebore is pretty commonly known amongft and was looked upon by theancienfcs as a fpecific againlt madnefs whence came the proverb amongft the Roman when they had a mind to reprefent any perfon as a Navigct Anticyram let him go to au ifland famous for this But it is very much to be as Quinfey that the common hellebore fallt fhortof that ufed by the ancients This is a ve ry at a time when a kind of epidemical madnefs feems to prevail amongft as it did amongft the Romans in Horaces I thereforeleave it to theconfideration of whether a law ought nn to bepaflcd for importing a large quantity of the right anticyran if there is any leh in that at the publie and duty free or that all fuch mania cal perfons mould be fent to the ifland perfraps this may be looked upon as a project for difpeopling the kingdom of its rnoft ufeful inha and a plot againit the I therefore recommend the former I fhall conclude with a liitle caftof my art in minerals and In all hypochondria cal which affect the animal and con fequently the whole all regular phy ficiaiu agree that nothing is a better remedy than a preparation of fteel though common in all have endeavoured to impofe upon the vulgar and ignorant by fubftiuiting preparations of gold and filverin ftead particularly amum which makes a thundering and whith is a bewitching dram to molt people of a vitiated I fuppofe that that the mipifterial practitioners will that 1 talk like an I really am but every body hath been convinced chat they write like quacks and Let them therefore mount a ft ge in or and Ill anfwer for that Doctor Rotk will fell more packers than any of I believe that no common cuftomhoufe and other low retainers of uuld ven take them unlefs they happen t be in great neceffity of
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