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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 18, 1943, London, Middlesex r _ ' J 4 Numfc. 3744. TUESDAY, j a n ii /i r y 18, 174^ 1 7 16. fly's Ship the and Greyhound, from a Cruize, with the Shark remains Wind I Sloop. n Ext rail of a Let t$r from Paris, dated January 14. * Several Intendants of Provinces have lately inform'd the Court of __ � the deplorable Condition of many * DiftriOs and Balliages in their Generalities, and of the t Offers that fome Communities have made;, to pay a cer-< tain Sum in lieu of the Tax of the Tenth Penny. Thefe i Remonftrances of the Intendants have in fome Meafure r had their*defir'd Effeft, for the Council* after havmg to the King, withitl the Bills of Mortality, - There hath not been one Dwelling Houfe in the fajd Town burnt, nor damag'd by Fire, fince the faid 6th of May. ^ Great Preparations are making at the Theatre in the Hay-Market, for the Entertainments of this Winter; aflB we hear that the Theatre, and all the Rooms, will be vening Ih*d with the utmoft Magnificence. Mew Wells in Goodman's Fields, this p ill be feveral new Performances, being th two of performing this Seafon. ppointed in London and Middlefex, befoj . Sir William Lee, Knt. Lord Chief Tuft Weftminfter Repo granting � and reprefented to hi < to the Subjefts of his Kingdom, who were m a
be af3~"kred without ckeo, which v/:il be delivered this Day at the O.nce in die Hay-Maiket^ at Half a Guinea each. - Gallefy�Five Shilling. ' By H'fs M A JEST Y'i Command, No Perfoa whatever to be admitted behind the Scenes. The Gallery wiH be open'd at I[our o1 Clock, Pit and Boxes at Five. To beg-'n at Six o* Clock. A By particular T)?fire> T the Great Ball Room, late Kickford**, in Panton-Street, St. James's, this Day, the iSth initant, will be A B A L L. At Half a Guinea a Ticket, which will admit two P�rfons.. Tickets for fingle Perfons to be had at the Room for 53. 6d. each> The BALL will begin at Ten o* Clock. Note, Tea and Chocolate will be fcrvM gratis till Two o* Clock. Tickets to be had at the Britifh Coftee-Houfe, in the Court of Requefb; at Nando*s CofFee-Houfe, Temple-Bar; at Jancway's Coffee-Houfe, near the Royal Exchange 5 and at Maltun's Warehoufe, in Panton-Streetafbreiaid. Note, Care will be taken not to admit ill Gompany, and to carry it on with all potfible Decerum. ' For the ^Benefit Mrs. BUTLER. T the Theatre Royal in Lincoln's Inn Fields, A on Monday the 14th of February, will be prefented a Comedy, (not acted this Seaion) caiTd LOVE for LOVE. The Fart of Mrs. Frail by Mrs. BUTLElL-. , To which will be added, The HONEST YOR.K&HIREMAN, And Entertainments of Dancing. Boxes 5 s. Pit s. GSfiery 2 s* Tickets to be had at Mrs. Butler's Houfe in King->Street, Coveat-Gardeuj and at the Theatre,_____ T~The Britannia in St. Michael's Alley, Cornhai, this prefent Tuefday, being the 18th of Jansary, will be a CONCERT of Inlhixmental si c K. M U To be conrJnuM every Tuefday Evening, inftezd of Friday, during the Winter Sealbn, by, Gentlemen, your humble Servant, . Henry Davits. Note, There are Inftmments provided for Gentlemen Performers. � At the Boarding-School in the Broad Wayr, oppofite the Wa4'Ch-Houfe, Ijlington, OU.NG Gentlemen sre boarded ap a moderate Price, and carefully taught Engliih, Latin, Greek, Writing and Accompts, &c. By GEO. ALLINGH "AM. For I ROTTERDAM, S A A C a fid A n" K Thomas Gray, Commander, Sloop., AILS on Friday next, now lying on" Sir y hn Parfcns's Stain, to talf c in Goods and Paflcrrgers \ and may be fgofee wrth at Exchange-time on tne Dutch Walk, or at ths Amiterdam CorTee-Hcafe near the Royal Ex--change; and before and after, at the Sign.of thflr Tyger near Tower-Dock ;-J�t the Cock an'i Lycn> atShrJohnParfons'sStairs, St.Katneria�*s$ or JPeter Vonk for the Mafter*
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