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World Fashionable Advertiser, The (Newspaper) - March 16, 1787, London, Middlesex fNumber 65.] FRIDAY, March 16, 1787, [Price 3d.] OPERA. KING's THEATRE. TO-mtfrrtavi Evening, at the King's Theatre, in the Hay-Market, will be performed, A Grand Serious Opera, called, GUIULIO CESARE IN EGITTO. The Mnsic entirely by.HANDEL, And selected from the various Operas set by that admirf able Composer, Under the Direction Dr. ARNOLD. i The principal Characters by Signor'RUBINELLI, , ' Signor MENGO?ZI, Sitnor BELLELLI, Signor GATTOLINI, \ Signora SCHINOTTI. And Madam MARA. End of the first Aft a New TSallad representing THE MUSES ON; MOUNT PARNASSUS. , End of the Opera, a New Ballad, called, THE TRIUMPH OF JULIUS CAESAR. Painter and Machinist, Sijgnor GAETANO MARINARL Taylwy Signor LUPPINO. By Their MAJESTIES COMMAND, no Person can be _' admitted behind, the Scenes. Pit ioSi, 6d.-First Gallery 5 si-Second Gallery 3s. The Doors to beopened at Half past Six, and begin exactly at Halffait Svven o'clock. Vivant'Rex& Rcgitia. ORATORIO. [ BY PARTICULAR DESIRE. AT the THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY. LANE, THIS EVENING, March 16. ; Will be performed, MESSIAH s A SACRED ORATORIO. Set to Music by Mr. HANDEL. The Principal Vocal Parts hy Mr. REINHOLD,-Mr. DIGNUM, Mrs. CROUCH,--Miss GEORGE, And Madame MARA. First Violin by Mr. SHAW. *#* Tickets to he had, and Places for the Btrxes to be taken of Mr. Fosbrook, at the Stage-door of the Theatre. Boxes, 10s. 6d. Pit, 5s. First Gallery 3s. 6d. Second Gallery, 2s. The Doors to be opened at half after Five o'Clock, to begin at half after Six. � Vivant Rex ttRegwa. . THE PLAY-HOUSE. ' a Co- DRURY-LANE. ^O-morroto Evming will be presented; medy, called SEDUCTION. - To which will be added,' "THE VIRGIN UNMASK'D. The Tragedy of the Count of Narbonne was last nighty for ihe id time at this Theatre, performed to a very brilliant and crouded house, with the greatest applause; it will very soon be repeated, and due notice given of the particular day. THE PLAY-HOUSE. COVENT-GARDEN. ^0-morrow Evening will be performed, a Co-, medy, called THE DUENNA. . To which will be added, THE\DEVIL UPON TWO STICKS. The ComedjRof the Way to Keep Him, and the new Musical Af|er jpiece of Love and War, were last night performed to an extremely crowded and splendid audience :.(Ladies and Gentlemen who were disappointed of places, wj|fe|jave due notice of Mrs. Abington's next appearance. "Jf^^feth night of the new Play of Such Things Are, will beoBpjpin-day, with the 3d time Love and War. Mrs. Abijigton's next appearance will be on Tuesday, in the character of Lappet, in the revived Comedy of the Miser, to which will be added, Three Weeks After Marriage. Last Night of the Company's performing till Easter Holidays. For the Benefit of Mr. LEWIS. AT the T h e a t r e Ro y a l , in Coven t-Garden, On SATURDAY, March 31, 1787, Will be performed a Comedy, not acted these two years, galled THE CARELESS HUSBAND. Lord Foppington, Mr. LEWIS ; Lord Morelove (1st time) Mr. POPE : Servant, Mr. THOMPSON; And Sir Charles Easy (1st times)-Mr. FARREN. Lady Easy,. (1st time) Mrs. POPE; Edging.c( 1 sttime) Mrs. MATTOCKS; /liadyGraveairs, Mrs. BATES; And Lady Betty Modish, Mrs. ABINGTON. To^which will he added ^ ... A MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT;'" : Tickets and places ior the boxes to be had of Mr. LEWIS, in Broad-court; and of Mr. Brandon, at the Theatre^ WANTED to Purchase, an ANNUITY of ipol. it must be secured, on an unincumbered Estate, for which-a good price will be given. Several other Sums of'Money are ready to ^advanced on Annuities.' Apply or direct to Mr. John Sherwood, No. 3, New Inn. PATENT WHIPS? SPURS, and BRIDLES, SOLD' CHEAP >Y KELLYS, at the King's Arms, __1 No. 139, Strand, London, WHIP and UMBRELLA Makers to the Prince of Wales and Princess Royal. FashionableCajjes, Whips, Spurs, and Bridles. Umbrellas from 7s. to 16s. each, Retail and for Exportation? , .n.b. Old Whips, Canes, Umbrellas, &c. exchanged or -repaired Cheap. C^* The famous Anodyne Necklaces for Children's T"eeth, preventing Fits, &c. 4s. each. V* Patent Oiled Linen HAMMER-CLOTHS from Ope to Two Guineas each. This Day was .published, I Neatly printed on a Writing Paper, in Three Volumes, Price 1 os. 6d. sewed, theThirdEdition, corrected,of THE RECESS ; or, A TALE of OTHER . > . TIMES." By the Author of The -Chapter of Occidents. u Are not the words ** More free from peril than the envious Court *' Here-feel webut the penalty of Adam, * The seasons difference." . . Printed for T. Caden, in the Strand. ' Of whom; may be had, New. Editions of ; .j. The Chapter of Accidents: a Comedy,is. 6d., -jfc The HermitVTijkV is, READINGS. I LISLE STBJEET, LEICESTER. FIELDS, ;; THis Evening (for the last Time till the?Holy Week, and by special and earnest desire),w.ill be rej peated (for the eighth time) the fashionable Play, called " NINA; or, LA FOLLE PAR AMOUR. After which (by the general desire, will be repeated, for the fifth time) the new After-piece, called :L'ENRAdE ; or, MADAME THOMAS. . On Monday (by desire) will be repeated, the celebrated Co-j medy written by � M. deBeaumarehais, called j LE BARBIER DE SEVILEj In Four Acts. j The Readings begin' at Eight o'Clock. The Collefi-ion of theReadings to be had of Mr. Hook-j ham, New Bond-street. The Courses of French Literature as before. , ' HANOVER-SQUARE. !' For the BENEFIT of Mn.SALOMON, On WEDNESDAY, April the 25th, � WILL be a CONCERT of VOCAL and! INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC. ] The Particulars of which will be advertised in Hue Time.. 1 Tickets, atios. 6d. each, to be had of Mr. Salomon, NoJ 4, Prince's-street, Hanover-square. This Day is published, Elegantly printed in one Volyme Quarto, and illustrated; " with a Map of the Country, and Plans of the Sieges and? Battles, Price il. 6s. in Boards. AHISTORY of the CAMPAIGNS in .1780: and 1781, in the' Southern Provinces of North:' America. By Lieutenant Colonel T A R L E T 0, N, Commandant of the late British Legion. Printed for T. C a dell, in the Strand. INDIA MUSLIN WAREHOUSE. "~ Messrs. SMITH and Co.ThreePidgeons and Sceptre,. No. 173, Fleet-street, \ HAVING purchased several Thousand Pounds5 worth of MUSLINS, exceedingly low; they 'are enabled to sell them, for ready money, frsm ten to. twenty per cent, cheaper than at any other house in London.' _ They beg leave to inform" ladies that their purchase con- -sists of 4 . zs " }�.. COUR* D> ACCOUCHEMENT. No. io? BERNER's-STREETV 0X#0RL5-STREET, Qn Monday, iMarch 195iat Half past Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon, DR. O'DONAGHOI and Mr. BATH AM will commence. their Course of LECTURES on the THEORY and PRACTICE of MIDWIFERY, and DISEASES of WOMEN and CHILDREN. Particulars anjf}>Cfejodi"t}pns may be-known by applying to Dr. O'Donaghpi, 34, Half-moon-street, Piccadilly; or. to Mr. Batham, Surgeon', ,No. 10, Berner's-street, Oxford-street, from eight tilKeleveh in themorhing, and from four' to seven in the evening.". , . ' HAT-MARKET. The THREE WILD HUMAN BEINGS, with MONSTROUS CRAWS, full of MOVING GLANDS, Being TW O FEMALES and a MALE, are TO be ssen, from Ten o'Clock in the Morning, till Nine at Night, at Mr. BECKET's, Trunk-Maker, No. 31, Hay-Market, for'this week. The Nobility, Gentry; and.the Curious, are informed, that the Exhibition of the aboveThree WONDERFUL PHENOMENA (so called by the most intelligent) will continue for this Week, it being yet uncertain whether, after the expiration of it, they will be or not any longer exposed to public view. Admittance Two Shillings each. Children half price. *#* For special particulars of them read the hand-bills. '' FRUIT. TO the Nobility and Gentry who are curious, in the real brown sort of GOLDEN PIPPINS, may. meet with that scarce article at GRANGE's, Fruiterer, No. 3, Market-street, St. James's.-The firmness, quality, and flavour of the above, excels description, N. B. Fine Portugal Grapes, sold cheap, for Tarts; also fine Transparent Grapes, and Green ones for Deserts; fine French Pearsj sold cheap, for stewing, compounds, &c. *#* Families served with all kinds of Fruit and Garden Stuff of the best quality. To be Published by Subscription, ACOMPLETE SYSTEM of the FRENCH LANGUAGE, by NICHOLAS SALMON, who, during the course of sixteen years, has had the honour of instructing many of the Nobility and Gentry, both in France and in England. The Proposals may be had at Mt. Elmsley's in the Strand; Mr. HookhArt's, New Bondrstreet; and Mr.Richardson's" under the^oyal Exchange, by whom Subscriptions are received. The Author begs his Friends will honour him with an early Subscription, in' order to facilitate 'the Publication of this Work, which is now in the Press. -� This Day was published, A New Edition, being the Fourth, in Two Volumes O&avo, Price 12s. in boards, AVIEW of SOCIETY and MANNERS in ITALY With Anecdotes relating to some eminent Characters. By JOHN MOORE, M. D. Printed for A. St-rahan; and T. Cadell, in the Strand. Of w.hom may be had, 1. Dr. Moore's View-of Society and" Manners in France, Switzerland^ and Germany, cth edit. 16s. in boards. a.---..'s Medical Sketches; 6s. in boards. 3. Anecdotes of the Russian Tjmpirp, in a Series of Letters, by William Richardson, 6s. ' "~ HOWARD I AN SUBSCRIPTION. AT a General Meeting of the Subscribers, at the Crown and Anchor Tavern in the Strand, on Mqnday.Evening, March xz, -1787,. ' Mr."Aide/man'BOYDELL in the Chair; '� a Report being read' from the Committee, assembled by "i public adyerfisament, March 2, 1787; containing reasons for calling,together the Subscribers at large s I. Resolved,- That this Meeting do agree with the Committee, That Mr. Howard's refusing to let the Subscribers r do an honour to themselves, in erecting a statue to b.im, was \ an event to be apprehended, as, in the very first hint of this business which was given to the Public, it was foretold that if it could not be executed before his return (which was impossible, for want, of a likeness), Mr. Howard would certainly prevent it: but still that there can be no cause to regret the having made an endeavour, which even in its failure . has proved a striking memorial of his merit, by convincing ; the world that his modesty, like his other virtues, exceeds the \ common scale of human excellence.,. 3, . II. That, the erection of a Statue being row impracticable, lj it'becomes necessary to inform the Subscribers, by public " advertisement (which is hereby done), thatevery one whs chuses it may have their.subscription returned, on giving or sending awritten order, any.time between the 31st of March -and the 31st of May, to the person to whom it was paid. III.. That all suclrsumsjas, shajl;not,be demanded back on \ or .before the 31st of May next be considered as intrusted to the disposal of the Committee,.for the following purposes : - 1. To strike 3 medal in honour of the Great Philanthropist j. .the Obverse, a Prison Scene*, with some such words as these, the peoeleof britain to the visitor of prisons; th6 reverse,.an iascription from the latter-part of Xenophon's Oration upon Agesilaus (unless a better shall be suggested in time f): Which is in English nearly this:- " He" would, indeed, have no image of his person, " though ihany were desirous to erefi: it in honour " of him;. i>ut he never ceased forming by labour of , "love, jexguiaite monuments of his miiid." A copy of the.medal,]n silver.torbegiven toeyery subscriber of five guineas or upwards j and' prie in'.brqnze to every subscriber under that surri;-r2.; The remainder ofthesubscription to be applied to therelief of prisoners fer small debts, -j or any other prison-charities. , . \ iv.: That the Commktee be requested to meet as early in \ June as maytbe convenient-; and.prepare a report, to be laid before, a. General Meeting on the 1 st Wednesday in July. . V. That the Thanks of this. Meeting be given to Mr. Al-' derrha'n Boydell, for his regular attendance and impartiality | in the Chair; and thathe be desired to signthese resolutions, | and cause them to Be published.; \ '.,-.,::. .JQHN BOYDELL, Chairman. \ * Many Medals-have been strupk,iin,;hpnpur of-various 4 Chara|lers, jM^^t'^J'^'1^''^1^^1^' *k^n's f - t�'N"umisrha'ta,"tp. ic4,'-th'efelis-the represefttatiori ofVMe- | i.dal which" containsno head, bttta simple View of that rgrand \ ..prison the Tower. It was struck in honour of our Patriot 'BishpBS. ., r , " 1 3;-f Thecommumcatiohs of the ingenious on this subject \< will be thankfully accepted.-
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