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Bingleys Journal (Newspaper) - January 19, 1771, London, Middlesex Bricc TWOPENCE I tir vi9y Mr n the daoghtev An Accoaniof the Tragetty called it perforatei at tbt Theatre Royal in Dritry firtbefrft on Saturday night DRAMATIS ME Tancred Arnolph Orbuion Alzamon W O M E Sophia Almida 3 Waiting S N Syracufe in THE having been for a long time dtftrafted by inteftine the Senate were by the party whicV of anobleman ff jgreat military baniflv a called whowas defcended from a nome auliih family and had honourable poft the armiesof the SyraciifariV tfhichJ to gether with were giyerf his by a decree of the nadoriai made to any rbf their Citljtensw that fhould give entertainment of leaft correfpondence with lie unfoitunate poring itfie SuitanySoliii invaded the Ifland of Sicily with aRd Afge to made the inhabitants unite1 for the and defend themfelves fo much that tired with the propofed making peace on of which that Alinid of one of a young lady uuuuguxmcu fqr her beauty and mbuffl 6e giyen kirn In This propofal dif agreeable to who could think of making his a a andufedall hiyinflttwice v 1 Senate to make them reject Sfetfautns which they did accbjdiDgJ the confent of Arnolph fli her hand to tljey mender in chief At this period trie play continences who had been educated it the Court of where fhe was at a vecy early age betrothed by Jier mother to whofe amiable quali ties made a lafting inrpreffibn oh her was extremely Jhocked at the determination of her father and and endeavoured to poftl pone the mamige for fome in order to find a method1 of acquainting Tanered with her unhappy who was remarcable for roughnefs and aafterity of and who contidered the merely as a political calculated to procure the public teappinefs rather than his no difficulty of deferring the nup tials for a fliort Almida then acquainted Sophia that fhe had received in telligence that 1 ancred was in difguife at Mef and refolved to feize the firlt opportunity of prefenting himfelf before the Citizens of Sy and afferting to theatter con ftlion of bis Thisjhformaljon was communicated mida by a trtifty flave belonging who had found means to pafs thropgh Sblimans and get into the To this faithful meflenger Almida delivered a any for her her own and him to declaring flfedoubted not but he there as much in the heartsbf the he did in her The unfortunate flave had fcarcely got wythout the walls of the when he was intercepted by Orbufons him a fpy belonging to he Mahometan killed him on the on exaniiaing his found Almidas from xvas univerfally be lieved to be intended for the Aftonilhed and enraged at the account of this fatal circum Arnolph acquiefced with the Senator in dooming his daughter to immediate as the betrayer of Jier country and the lady re ceived the news of her without difcovering the perfon for whom the letter was really de arid with a magnanimity that furprifed all the At that time ancient cuftom prevailed in which that if any courteous Knight interfered in the favour of a woman who was condemned to and or and conquered her flie was by the laws of chivalry deemed and preferved from who was affected with the diftrefs of the lovejy Al exprefled fome inclination to ftand forth as her champion on this awful but from a converfation with as her foul was abeve that her heart was abfelutcly engaged to refentment took place of and he not only left her to her but urged it on with all the rancour that difap jjoifltment and hatred could having witHdrawn fliort and Ms friend t ftory Stroqk WiA at which is her the fame rafted againft BeoferS in her accepts the tiieeonteft 4uriag tiieS ifead of lis tke prepares afla nit the City i who is re higheft1 idrniradbii ofets hinofelf to againftISolibtan he imagines jipus death the foes is gjadly accepted by Juft as he her loft account bf the edifl whtcli JfaWI Gov and isnbta little canfe Almida get and leaves her aferu troopsto and ripfoachei as the prigiri of all ai refolves ip follow TMCredto explanation of his The the were bjrtfae of this extraordinary fiv the Syjactifaris asthe oirhis feeing dt difco his figiial tqrjeppal jtheaSrfiey had againft and his hereditary TJus news fJ cauffe ef her efher 1 of fhqrt fbr ajs he flie Otyi arjnidft acclamanojis of the ie Saracens rallied and the Ttf Tancred engaged witfc abfolute totally routed but received a mortal wound that filled racuie with Finding his dWth at he fent a note to Almida to this Idie from your The lady had juft time to clear up the myftery befbre be loved Tancred breathed his laft and flic herfelf expired febn aftar in a paraxyfm Such are the rautlines of the fable of this per which is taken from a celebrated tragedy of The Englrflvplay is faid to be by a daughter of the late Efq whbvwas riedTome to the Conful at where flie It met with encoiiragement from the to contend with each other in repeated teftimpnies of approbatioa en whofe admirable performance ofAlmlidafurpaffeid all c S A T U R D A January I R E L AN This day a Pail Admbly held at the Sheriffit add of came to the following refblutfons Refolved That it be the requefl of the and that the Lard Mayor1 of giving ball o the Commons and as do hand over to a com to be appointed for that the fain of be applied in charity Refolved of that Srreriif Perrierdp omit the Scffion and now and that in lieu the Sheriff do hand over to a a t6 bealfo applied that the Sheriffs and Commons do recommend to thecorporatjop of on tteir meeting the i he needpty of a general ke Nofii Traders and wearing themanufaclures of iii to al leviate thegrcfentdiltrefles ot the of ninegentternen wa appoint ed to wait on the Maypr to with the foregoing S C O T L AN Mdnday evening laft two young mmcameio a in the parilbof to the funeral of their mother and after fupper to bed together in good but werefoon found1 fpeechlefs ami ijlfenfible The eldeft ifother died the other lies dan geroufly and there it no hopesof his as a man and his wife tng to the paufh in eroding the wa f the horfe they rode upon Jfytiufy to r rhi pfficiers employed to fc have leafecftd andwjch fi the the Charles e pardon td fell deferteirsrbat iftwijuhin limitedttmeyaadgives iisSv The floops amkfcb6tbersj rMjt yrivateSrs j tfeiyi any hastfas ftft our defead the newceded IflandsJ able to allaVe i deal of hull There riifed in all tne ftalfper on j in pur b fers attended four a Itiis 5 c I and yken many the following ptace atfttre and ttfn LieutenaBts Court of t AU m 3fenerdaytne fD i farat G uiIJfiaJV faifors Aim 6f to be employes thecnfuinf iei and cod fiflienes in the daughter of tne Lord North was baptized by the of Canterbury by the name cft srTlt4 The for A few fome balfaft loaders Were l I 1 T gold Was I ued at fix It ptirrchafedby in MarWiit1 andisjudgea By the rians to bs 800 years A fewrdays Ance a younglady Hving At own eloped with a foorrAin be to a great amours jvitn a certaia Jady coil They are fup pofed tb be On Mondaya harper went to Admiral Hoi iti Pall and the Adrtiral notbe irig at he defireil the maid tolet hira have and Inkjinofdiritofeave4 his bufinifs in writ which flie didand fheved birn into apar lorur alter carried off fpme things a porter on the quays let fall a pack and broke three plates ot which Were valued atooh Natnaniel drbg gift and grecer at to MilsMaryWii granddaughter of Robwt Wiilisj Efqj Under Slieriff of county of A few days Aijbldndi Lady daughter it feat at Di At in the jSth year of his the Mh a cfergymanof theCtitirch hngldndi Monday at Benwelli near Jtfelvcaltle Johft of the irt the dominionj Jujnto Ifttjii WAS iuch weather has1 hjsrebflate ndthingbuV fo that the cofl ij tSt r Richard Fleming to to Ljeou Vice EdwardV jby ptfrci Battalion of the ift Francis frsm who 2d Battalion of the ift bald WilHaflfcjC vice By purcnaie tenant Jeohing by Corbet be ad Lieutenant Roltj by Cornet and i r d f toy druruupttaiii flfTavrffock fijroej Stephens fiuil ihe merchantj 1 aichard o at ai Buitri 3 wrdow Her A 1 1 I1 hufband was Charles Jthr mentioned Mr nel to the 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fiifs townWew at a time when all the workmen were in By this upwards of too peopleloft their
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