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Aurora And Universal Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 3, 1781, London, Middlesex vem Vel MARCH Price A I N GV T H E A T R t the ICINGS THEATRE in the WAY this prefent March performed a ntw Serious called I T R I The Mufic compofed by Signor The principal Characters by Signor Signor T R E B B Signor Signoi Signora And Madame LE U U of Aft a new Comic comported by The PERT COUNTRY MA I By Signor Signora and Signora of Aft a new Serious compofed by calld The NYMPHS of By Signor Veftris and Mademoifelle Signor and Signora Signer and Mifs End of Aft a grand competed by calid The RURAL By Signer Veftris and Mademoifelle Signora Signer Signora With new painted by new Prefles and both for the Opera and Pit Firft Gallery Second Gallery By their MAJESTIES No perfon can be admitted behind The doors to be opened at and begin exactly at feven Tbofe Ladies and Gentlemen vcbo ivijb to have boxe ibis are dejired to apply to a tke any time before three Vivant Rex AT the Theatre in THIS EVEN7 will be prefented a A TRIP TO S M I T H j PALMER Sir Tunbelly MOODY BRERETONj PARSONS Loy B A D D E L E And Lord D O D D j Mifs F A R R E N j FAUREN Nurfe LOVE Mifs To which will be added for the aad time A new Pantomime in called ROBIN CRUSOK HARLEQUIN The principal Characters by And Mifs C O L L E T To conclude with a by Signor and Signora Signora entire new and The Scenery defigned by Mr De and executed under his Nothing under full price will be Places for the to be taken of at the The will be opened at a Quarter after Five To begin at a Quarter pad Boxes Pit Firft Upper Vivant Rex On The SCHOOL for jp O V E N TG A R D E AT the Theatre in THIS will be prefented a The MERRY WIVES of Ford by Sir Hugh Evans by Doftor Caius by Page by Hoft of the Juftice Shallow by Simple Piftol by Firft Fairy by Mifs Slender by And Falftaff by Page Ann Page by Quickly by and Ford by Mifs To which will be addled a Comic called The FLITCH of Captain Grevile by L E O N Tipple by E D W I Eliza by Mifs Boxes Pit 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 money returned after the curtain is drawn Places for the boxes to be taken of Brandon v only at the Stage Vivant Rex MACBETH With Fortieth Time AT the in DruryLane on WEDNESDAY March will be per formed JUDAS The principal Characters by Mifs L I N L E Mifs and Mifs N and RE IN Firft Violin by End of the Firft a Concerto on the By End of Part a Concerto on the By P A R K Tickets to be and Places for the Boxes to be taken of at the StageDoor of the at Half a Guinea Pit Firft Second The doors to be opened at half palt and to begiu at half part Vwant Rex P A N T H E O Mnrcb THE Nobility and Gentry are refpeftfully ac That the SIXTH at this will be on MONDAY the 5th The Orchcftra under the Direction of FIRJT Overture SAMPIErtl Sole CROSDILL Mifs PALMER Concerto CRAMER SECOND Sinfonie Mifi PALMER Con certo FISCHER The Vocal GHE and Mifs The MUSIC entirely corapofed ly Sig GIOR Admittance Half a Guinea each or Tickets may be had at the The Doors will be opened at oClock as ufual and the Concert at Rooms may be feen every Day Sundays ex ccpted at each CARLISLE PROMENADE will be THIS EVEN ING as ufual and during the WINTER and SPRING SEAS Achimtance orgeat and lemonade Entrance a the Great in Tiie LOWER ROOMS will at feven oclock precifely the LONG GALLERY and TEA ROOMS in fuccefiion as It is humbly requeued that no Gentleman will infifton beirg admitted in bo The NOBILITY and GENTRY are requelled to give p fitive orders co their coachmen to pufs hrouuh Soho into both in fettiig down and taking uft to prevent the in convenience which mud unavoidably happen in getting their carriages up to the The mode adopted iirthe admiffitm of LADIES at the or TOWN lad 1 hurfJay at CARLISLE HOUSE of coming accompanied with one or mure Gent the highell confidence being that no Gentleman will introduce any perfon under in offence of fo nume rous and refpeclable a the fame is propbfed to the public in general in the admiffion to the In promotion of the above and in regard to the accommodation of the company in all matters where a reference may be the Proprietors have appointed a every way to be prefent in the to every occasional attention fo refpedfully due from TO BE SOLD BY By C L I F F On Tuefday next at Twelve at in A LL the neat HouQiold L of a confifting of fourpoft mahogany double cheft of pedement top buroe and and a variety of ufeful as will more fully appear in the which may be had on at the Bird in at the at Mile the Aurora and of Harp This Day ii CONSISTING 07 EVCRAt TAtUABtE COLLECTIONS of LATELY INCLUDING THE 11 ft3 ARIZS OF The JOHN MAITLAND An eminent DIGNITARY of the And a LATELY DECEASED The Whole forming a general Aflbrtment of the beft Authors in every Branch of WHICH A compleat Set of the Variorum in bound in A moft valuable Collection of between four and five hundred capital original by BAHTO JULIO Wlub will begin to be Sold THIS DA By ROBERT New the Corner of Maddox who gives the full Value for Libraries and Parcels of SOOKS Catalogue may be had ft tbi Place of Sale of Strand Fleet Jlreet Cornhill j Holborn of the Bookfellers of and thffnncipal Towns in FOE THE USE OF THE LADIES Day is In ft Kandfome pocket volume in A Edition improved with an elegant frontifpiece Price Three Shillings T TOILET of FLORA A COL X LECTION of the moft fimple and approved of preparing Sweet Scented and Opiates for preserving and whitening the receipts for Cofmetics of every that can fmxrthand brighten the give force to and take off the appearance of old age and Primed for and NIC Pauls To The It may be in favour of the prefent to that the TOILET of FLORA contains above 300 ufeful the ingredients of which and and all to be purchafej at tefi than half the which paid for any firigle ready made competition advertifed under the names of of whofe ef are and which mav be Uncommon pains have been taken to improve the prefent which contains a fyftem of die Cofmetic Art infinitely fuperior to any hi therto The various prefcrptions are alfo uniformly rendered fubfervient to the prefei vation and improvements of an objeft of the greateft mportancft in a work of this A LIST of fome of the Receipts in this To take iron mould out of linen To make fcowering balls Te take tains of coomb out of linen Staine or fpots of Stains on cloth of what ever colour Spots of pitch and turpen tine Spots of oil on To clean gjjld and filver To rcftore its original luf tre ro tapeftry To refrffh tapeftry or chairs To clean Turkey carpets Totake wax out of filk or gold or filver or or any uifrer fo as to look To take outof crim fon and other coloured velvets To make a foap that takes all manner of fpors and ftains oat of white filk or crimfon velvet To clean gloves without wetting To colour gloves To wafh point lace To clean point lace with out waflifng To black and white farcenet Method of makinsc fnuff Method of cleaning fnufF in order to fcent it Methods of fcenting fnuff To make perfumed fnuft SnnfF after the Maltefe fafhion The genuine Maltefe fnuff Italian fnufF Snuff fcented after the manner Method of colouring fnufF red or yellow To make herb fnuffs An aromatic bnth A cefmeric bath An emollient bath for the feet An excellent prefervative oalfam againft the plague An excellent cofmetic for the face A perfume Perfamed chsplets and Aelads Receipt thicken and make it grow again on a bald part Totnakethe celeftialwater Receipts to make the ge nuine Hungary water Directions for making la vender water Rofe water Orange flower water Magisterial balm water Compound balm commonly called Eau Decarrries Sweet fcented water Method of exti aiding ef ences from flowers Manner of drying flowers fo as to preferve theif natural colours Efence of Ambergreafe A remedy for Antho nys or Eryfipela tous erruptions on the face To make white glove fcented with jefTamine after the Julian manner Gloves fcented without the flowers White groves fcented with kermine or mulky feed To colour glovcs a cun out French yellow To make curious perfumes for gloves Receipts to fwetten the breath To cofmstic oils Oil of wheat Oil of tuberofes and jdTa An oil fcen fed wallflowers for tiie EfTential cnmrronlj called cf lavender To make effence of cina rnon To make quinteflence of cloves A cofmetic fuice Virgins a fnfe and approved cofmetic A liniment to deftroy ver min A lotion to ftrentrthen the and fweeten the breath Another lotion to frften the teeth and fweeten the breath A liniment to promote the growth and regenera tion of the nails Remedies for whitloes a diforder that frequently affcfts the nails To make fcented tablets or paftils Excellent compofitioris to perfume a room Pafte of dried almonds to cleanfe thertcin Soft almond parte Cold or pomatum for the complexion Cucumber pcmatum Lavender pomatum Lip falves Tooth powders Orange newer powder Jonquil powder A fecret to take away wrinkles Rouges for the face The Turkifh method of preparing carmine To change tfie eye brows black Medicines to cure warts A remedy for fore gums and loofe teeth For the complaint cnllftd the teeth on edge tt O o remove worms in the face To defrroy nits Method to change the hair and beard black Various paftes for the hands Remedy for an ulcer in the nofe For moift feet Receipts for deftroying fleas For effacing fpots or marks of the mother on any part of the body For ftrengthening the fight To cure warts Remedy for watery and inflamed eyes With rapre than other receipts equally TO BE E Perpetua ADVOWSON of a ftEC A TORY of a in the prefent incumbent aged and very iri r There are 600 acres of Glebe ani capable of grcMi Alfo the Rcveifion of ftock 3 pef after the death of a perfon aged to be Ibid for at per oh a hold eftate in of a with a Enquire of StockBroker and at Bakers Coffee Exchange Alley or at his in the Strand j who continues to buy and by com Eitdtes Mort Houlhuld arid other Alfoy the fame and any fum of money advanced oni till Feubn ddjrous of increafing their income by the purcrtaie of Annuities for their owti or fellers may be immediately To JOHN Golden near A poor woman of near applied to as a rnlgiffrate for that to procure fier affiftance from the overfeers of the poor fhe was in a moft niifera ble emaciated and fo very that fhe could fcarccily move with the tifMarrce of a crutch and flick fhe told me that herJamenefs was occafioned by a violent fcrjapholpus diforder in her right with had been fi much afHuSed for nine fftat her limb was and that fhe then had fores in which reduced her to that ftate of I obtained relief from the overfeers for and affilled htr with every medicine fcribed by fotne very emineiu of the faculty for about a without fuccefs I then gave her your MAREDANTs which her health was her wounds perfeclly heal and her limb equally as ufeful as the other it is above two years fince the cure was fo chat is now able to maintain herfelf and children her hufband being in the arniy at Ja maica by 1 your obedient THOMAS Thefe Drops entirely eradicate the old ores or large blotches the pimpled long continued inflitnrnation cf the bilious cho Anthonys fcorbuuc gout and rheu and evety other arifing from a foulnefs of the Tbcy perfecl digcflort create an aft as a refio rative to the moft They may be taken in any feafon without the confine danger of catching or hindrance and the fafety with which they1 may be to and womea during an additional encouragemeiitf to rhe ufe of1 They are fold in fqtrare bottles by near Picca at half a guinea and fix hillings with the following infcriptiori on John only proprietor and author of Maredancs Drops thofe of half a guinea are fold by him FOREIGN r i HE affair concerning the pretended nullity brief of the extinction of the Jefuits takes up all the attention of the ManyExJefuitsand their adherents who have had a hand in have been imprifoned they have likewife arrefted a accnfed of having ex ported fome hundreds of copies out of theeccle fiaftic The reiterated applications that the Duke of arfibafTador of haa made to he that inquiries might be made into this forebode fome rigorous refla tion from the court of who cannot with indifference fee the endeavours that the defunct focrety and its abettors to raife it if and to revenge themfelves of their ad veffafies endeavours which feem to fucceed in The Cotint of EauniczRfet ambafFador from the Court of re ceived on the 27th of the latl month an exprefe from his and the next he went to the after having had a conference with the firfl minirter Count de Florida he came back into this capitol he had like wife a long conference with Count Monrmorain4 arhbafTador of and with de Zinf wieffj plenipotentiary of the Emprefs of It is generally thought that the objedt of the dif patchesof this courier is relating to the over ures that the coort of Britain has made by the internmediation of the court of to enter into a negociation by a fufpenfion of Extratt of differtnt letters from from to the i it b of Oftbf 6th The domeflic difli Geneva are arrived to the moft the magiftracy of that townj inform vcrnment of our
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