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   World Fashionable Advertiser, The (Newspaper) - April 10, 1787, London, Middlesex                                ADVERTISER. [Number 86.] TUESDAY,  April 10,   1787. [Price 3d.] the play-house. DRURY-LANE. 'His Evening will be presented, a Comedy, called THE COUNTRY GIRL. To which will be added, THE ALCHYMIST. Boxes 5s. Pit 3s.. First Gallery as. Upper Gallery is. Places for the Boxes to be taken of Mr. Fosbrook at the Theatre. , -TheDoors will be opened this evening at ^quarter past fve, and the performance begin at a quarter after tlx o'clock, and so continue till further notice.  Vivant Rex et-Regina Qn,Thursday (the 7th time) the last newCpmedy, called Sedaftion, with The First Floor 5 and on Saturday a new Tragedy (never performed) called Julia. ;    ,      1 he play-house. COVENT-GARDEN. THis Evening will be performed, a Comedy, called �E� WOU'D BE A SOLDIER. To which will be added, THE DESERTER. BexeS ^S.-Pit 3s. First Gallery 2s. Upper Gallery is. . Places forthe/Boxes to betaken of Mr. Brandon, at the Stage Door. The Doors will be opened at a {Quarter after Five. Tb begin at a Quarter a'fter Six. Vvvaat Rex Sf Reg'ma. On Thursday Mrs. Billington will perform Mandane, in Artaxerxes; Arbaces, Mr. Leont. The new musical Farce of Love and War, will be repeated (for the 6th time) on Friday. Mrs. Abington will appear (for the ad time this season) in the Comedy of the Careless Husband, on Wednesday the 18th., And the new play of Such Things Are, which was performed last night with the utmost applause, will be performed'(f6rthei9tiitime)on Thursday the 19th. rR". WILLS respeafully informs the Nobi-lity and Gentry, that HIS ANNUAL BALL "Is-fixed for FRIDAY, April a7, At the ASSEMBLY-ROOMS, Hanover-square. *#*^ Tickets to be had of Mr. Wills, No. 55, Harley-stree^Gavendish-square. ' ' , For the Benefit of Mrs. JORDAN. *"'.     ;   BY HIS MAJESTY's COMPANY. Jl T the- -Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, on JE%. FRIDAY, April 13, 1787, -.T" WIU be presented a PLAY, called ... AS YOU LIKE IT.-Touchstone, Mr. KING, Orlando, Mr. KEM'BLE, Jtftaens (with Songs), Mr. WILLIAM1S, Duke Senior, Mr. AICKIN, '        Adam, Mr. MOODY, O.liver, Mr. PACKER, ,'-     Duke Frederick, Mr. CHAPLIN, SUvlusyMriBENSON, Jaqms de Bois, Mr. FAWCETT, Gorki, Mr... WALDRON,   Charles, Mr. PHILLIMORE, �fiBiar% Mr. BURTON,  Le Beu,_Mr. BATES, '  .  And /agues, Mr-Pi Audrey, Mrs. BOOTH, '  Phoebe, Miss BARNES, . And. Rosalind (with- the Cuckoo Song) . By Mrs, JORDAN, (Being- lier first' Appearance in that Character.) To which, will be added A -FAKCE. .As; will be exposed in future. Paft,of the Pit wiirbe laid into Boxefc. * 51cJKtS.t6 Bei KaH' of Mrs." JORDAN, at her House, Nfr.-.s, G^rec-street, Bedford-square; where Place* may betaken. THIS AND EVERYDAY* For the Entertainment of the Public, will- be opened MERLIN'sMECHANICALEXHIBITION; at No. "i r, PHnses*Street, Hanover-square, and will continue every day (Sundays excepted) from eleven o'clock till three. Admittance, price^s. 6d." where may be, viewed,-ta addldpn to a varie%of cariousmechahipai andrnqsicai instruments, die new-invented -Oscillatbry' Machine', by, whlch.iny person may -.swing himself sitting in-a chair, or; lying in a cot* with perfect ease and safety, and so as to experience an agreeable, motion, and 'uncommonly pleasing exercise. For ;tb.e- peculiar advantages of this to health, the reader is referred to-'Dr. Carmicnael Smith's excellent pamphlet on thes utility; of swinging in pulmonary consumptions and' other disorders. Also -an Escarpolite or new-invented machine, for similar .purposes with the above, which maybe used in' the house or. garden, not only as a salutary, bat alsaas a pleasing exercise. Under the PATRONAGE of the MANAGERS ANACREONUC SOCIETY. . TO-MORROW, WEDNESDAY the nth of APRIL, 1787, A grand miscellaneous CONCERT Will be performed For the Benefit of Mr. SEDGWICK, , In the elegant Newr Room, At the C^O WIST-and ANCHOR,, inthe STRAND. ' * ~ �- � FIRST ACT. '   ,. � Grand Overture-HAYDN. Song-Mr.;S'EDGWICKi;. ...  Concerto; -Piano Fprte'7--Mr..'CRAMER, juh. Song-Miss MAHON.. Concerto, Hautboy-Mr. PARKE. Too-yTprFtocKS shall leave the Mountains." Concerto, Violin--Mr. CRAMER.* SECOND ACT. 7 -' 'Symphony-?-ST AMITZ.. Song-Mr. SEDGWICK.  . Coficerbj Bas'soon'-.-Mr. PARKINSON. . _____,; Song^-rMrs.'.Crouch..' . Concerto, Clarinet-l-Mr.' MAHON. ' "v -S6ng---MissMAHQN,,. . FULL PIECE;'  _ To begin precisely at Half-past Seven .o'clock.. :    Tickets Half-a-Gtiinea each, To be h*d at Longman and B'raderrp's, Cheapside -and Hay-Market";: Thompson's, No. 75, St. Paul's Churchyard-;- Bland*s, &cr*^-HfelbOrn'; at the Crown; and 'Anchor Tavern;. and of Mr-,Sedgwick, at his House, No; 21, Canter-bxiry'Place^iQp^psl^L^nbeth-TeiTaCe.' " - '.'Vf'^- ''MONET.'   :-'       � AGentleman wishes-  to;. lay out his Ready Mdney^iii-thejpurchase of Ismail Freehold-Estates, Reversions and Annuities', or to lend any sum on a good Mortgage.-      �' "Direft (post-paid) for N. C. at Mr. Ladley's, Stationer, Novoo^-Mount-street; Grosvenbr-sqiiare. .... .�.*..- N. B% For well secured Annuities a very high price wijl fee giVeri\ and-the money paid in. twenty-four hours from the time the application is received, promising thernost faithful secrecyf iapd'tnat fhe Annuity may be re-purclrased on giving ten days notice.  . � .....    . {|^p Ladies and Gentlemen of known large property, their personal security alone will be accepted. ROYAL CIRCUS, St. GEORGE's-FIELDS. MR. HUGHES MOST respeftfully begs Leave to acquaint the Nobility, Gentry, and Public, that the above place having gone through a thorough repair, every exertion has been made to render it the most compieat and elegant of any SUMMER THEATRE in this kingdom ; and will open THIS day, theioth of April, 1787, And continue every Evening, during the Summer Season. [the Monies received nightly to discharge the growing expences from the 1st of J'an. 1787, and opening the Theatre this present season, the residue, after paying the Performers, is to be at the disposal of 1U% hon. COURT OF CHANCERY.] The principal Dancers, Monsieur ferrer A, and Mademoiselle GURNIE, Signor PEIRara, and Signora ELEANOR FUOZI3 . '  �  . ' Signor FUOZI,     Madame SIMQNET, Mr. WHITMILL,     Mrs. BESWICK, Mr. JEFFRIES,    Miss TOMBS, Mr. DAVIS,    Miss-BIRQN, Mr. COOPER,    Madame CASIMERE, Mr. MEDLICOT,    Mrs. OLIVE, Mons. BALMAT,    Mad. BOLOGNA, Mr. ROBINSON,    Miss CROFTS. A. New Burletta, called THE BOARDING SCHOOL. (Written and composed by Signor GIORDANI) And a New OPERA, called BOTANY   BAY. TRAMPOLINE By the following capttai. group ; Messrs. MAGRINI, BALMAT, CASIMERE, Sen. and Jun. JENKINS, SUTTON, the LITTLE DEVIL, and DUPUIS. ROPE-DANCING, By Signor PLACIDO and HUGHES's LITTLE DEVIL, who is the first Horseman in th-j World; S'ignor CHARINI, Signior BOLOGNA, the incomparable Signora CHARINI, and celebrated Signora BOLOGNA, accompanied by Master CHARINI, (a real Little Devil) ' Signor MAGRINI, the LITTLE PAULO, and the Young VENETIAN LADY. ATLAS, THE STRONG MAN, Will exhibit his vonderful Feats of Strength, by balancing FORI Y PEOPLE on a TABLE. A New Pantomime, called HARLEQUIN  CONJUROR; Or, 'PINETTI tum'd PIERRIOT. HORSEMANSHIP, By HUGHES's UNPARALLEL'D PUPILS, And Twenty of the FIRST PERFORMING HORSES in the World. BOXES 3s--PIT 2s.-GAL. is. Doors open at Half past Five o'Clock, and begin precisely at Halfpast .Six., Vivant Rex et Regina. " NEW MUSICAL FUND. AT the   KING's   THEATRE,   HAY-.  MARKET, On Thursday, April 12s,willbe A Grand Miscellaneous CONCERT, For the Benefit of the New MUSICAL FUND^estabJished . .'.jfer  tte,.-jkai*f- of DECAYED MUSICIANS, their WIVES and ORPHANS. Under the Dire&ion of Dr. HAYES, and Dr. MILLER. Leader of the Band, Mr. CRAMER. The BAND will consist of upwards of two HUNDRED Performers^ for which an Orchestra will be erected on the Stage. act  I. OVERTURE.  Occasional Oratorio,-Handel. SONG,  Mr. Sale,-Callcott. CONCERTO,  Grand. Piano-Forte,-Mr. Cramer, jun. SONG,  Miss Mahon, accompanied on the Clarinet by Mr. Mahon,-Sacchini. QUARTETTO,   Mess. Pieltain,' Cramer, Blake, Smith    Pieltain* grand CHORUS   {He gave them Hailstones for Rain- Handel. act   II CONCERTO VIOLIN,' Mr. Cramer. SONG, Mrs. Billington,-Anfossi. CONCERT ANTE, Mess. Mahon, Parkinson, &c-� Mahon. SONG, Mr. Harrison,-FrancescoDi Majo. jj,:1,'     CONCERTO FLUTE, Sig. Mon z a n i. 3SR-&nd CHORUS, {The Horse and his Rider),-Ha n d e l . " act  III. grand SYMPHONIA, two Orchestras,-Bach. SONG, Sig. Rubinelli,-Tarchi. TRIO, Sig.Raimondi, Cramer and Elev, Raimondi. CONCERTO VIOLONCELLO, Mr. Reinagle,- CORONATION ANTHEM,1' (Zadock the Priest),- Handel. Among the Vocal Performers are Mess. Arrowsmith,   Guyse, Gore, Champness,  Danby, Cooke, Bartleman, Pring, Dorion, the Master Ashleys, the Young Gentlemen of the Choirs of Westminster, St. Paul's, Sec. Sec. &c. .> And among the Instrumental Performers are Mess. Borghi, Dance, Blake, Salpietro, Soderini, Bishop, W. Parkinson, Shield, .Gehot, Scola, Gariboldi, Baumgarten, Ashley,, Patria, Florio, Pieltain, Okell, Sarjant, Vini-combe, Flack, Dressler,JWoller, Lang, Asbridge, &c. &c. &c... ,; -       ...... Pit and Boxes, 10s. 6d.-First Gallery, 5s.--Second ditto, 3s.6d. ,The Qoors will be open at Six o'Cloek, and thePerfor-mance.begin at Seven. Subscriptions received, and Tickets delivered, at Sir Herbert ' Mackworth and Co.'s, .Bankers, New Bond-street; Mess. Longman and Co.'s Music Warehouses, Cheapside and Haymarket; Mess. Thompson's, in St. Paul's Churchyard ; Mr. Fentum'sv No. 7S, Strand 5. Mr. Forster-s, No* 34$, ditto ; Mr. Holland's, the corner of St. Jamei!s-. street Mr.Bland's, in Holborn; Mess. Birchall and Co�'s, New Bond-street; Free Masons' Tavern; at the-Secretary's, Mr. Thomson's, in Exeter'Change ; avid of the Society's Treasurer, Mr-Smart, at his Music Warehouse, No. 331, Oxford-street. v-iyant Rex et Regina. N. B. A Subscriber's Ticket will admit one person to any art of the House. '  K?3'- Books of the Performance sold for the.-Benefit of the Fund, to be had at the Theatre only. 3S* Those Ladies, and Gentlemen who'wish to encoufags the Society by subscribing to the Annual Performance, are respecKuJly informed, tha{ Tickets, (emblematic of the Institution, }and which will be. retained by'Subscribers) are 'ready for delivery at the abovementioned Places-. POLfTICAL BANDITTI assailing theSA---  The CARAVAN ATTACKFD by the BANDITTI. Auctioneer,     Mr. CONNELL; 1st. Buyer,     Mr. CARLO ; 2d. Buyer,   Mr. MJLLER ; 3d. Buyer,     Mr. WOODMAN; 4th Buyer,     Mrs. REEVES; Grand Sultan,     Mr. CONNELL. Ali,  Mr. JOHANNOT. SLAVES ' A British Sailor,' Mr.'JBURKETT ; An English Player,   Mr. DECASTRO ; A French Lady,   Mrs. NATHAN; A Sailor's Wife,     Mrs. SAUNDERS. A new Comic DANCE, for the first time, called THE HUMOROUS POSTILLION, By Signior MARQUIS, from Paris. The droll SONG of " THE TAYLOR DONE OVER," By Mr. JOHANNOT. The whole to conclude with a favourite Pantomime, called, HARLEQUIN Emperor of the MOON. Doors to be opened at Half past Five, and to begin at Half past Six. Boxes 3s.   Pit2s.  Gallery is. Places for the Boxes to be taken of Mr. SMITH, at the Amphitheatre. (C^ Ladies and Gentlemen instructed to ride. Apply as above. ROYAL SOCIETY OF MUSICIANS, I" TNDER-the Patronage of their MAJESTIES, \Jr and under the Direction of the Marquis of CARMARTHEN, Honorary President. Honorary Vice Presidents, The EARL of EXETER, The EARL of SANDWICH, The EARL of UXBRIDGE, LORD VISCOUNT DUDLEY and WARD. LORD VISCOUNT FIT Z WILLI AM, LORD GREY de WILTON, SIR WAT KIN WILLIAMS WYNN," Bart. JO AH BATES, Esq. Will be performed in Westminster Abbey, on Monday the 28th, and Thursday the 3isfof May, and on Saturday the 2d and Tuesday the 5th of June, A Seleftion of several Pieces of SACRED MUSIC, From HANDEL. The Band will consist of Eight Hundred Performers. The following isa List of the principal Vocal Performer*, who have generously offered their assistance at the several performances: Mrs. BILLINGTON, Miss HARWOOD, �>    ' '�        Mrs. WARTON, Miss MAHON, '   Miss ABRAMS, Miss.T. ABRAMS, And Signora STORACE; Signer RUBINELLI, Mr. HARRISON, "    Mr. KELLY, Mr. PARRY, Mr. NORRIS, Mr. SAVILLE, Mr. SALE, Mr. CORFE, Mr. KN YVETT, Mr. CHAMPNESS, and Mr. Mathews. In the List of Instrumental Performers are, Messrs. Cramer, CrosdiU, Cervetto, Paxton, Parke, William Parke, Borghi, Eiffert, Ashley, Baumgarten, Hogg, Lyon, Parkinson, Florio, Do'Catnp, Foster, Blake, Dance, ) Soderini, Mansani, Gariboldi, Billington, Hackwood, ' Scola, Waterhouse,. Napier, Shield, Sharp, Neibour, , Serjant,' Kellner, Jenkins, Cantelo, Fitzgerald, As-: bridge, &c. Sec. Sec. '. The profits will be applied to the use of the Fund for "decayed Musicians, the Westminster Hospital, and St. George's Hospital. The Tickets for the Musical Festival in Westminster-Abbey will begin to be delivered, at One Guinea tor each performance, on the 2d of May, at the St. Alban's Tavern, and at Longman and Broderip's Music-Shops, in Cheapside and the Haymarket. The Office in St. Alban's-street will be open every Monday,-Wednesday, and Friday, from-Ten in the morning till Six in the evening; and it is hoped that those who intend to take Tickets will send for them as soon as they conveniently can, as the delivering will be stopped as soon as a sufficient number are taken to till the seats. '   MUSEUM LEICESTER-HOUSE, (hate Sir Ashton Lever s.) THIS admired Assemblage of the Productions of Nature and of Art, which was before a Committee oftheHonourable House of Commons, authenticated to be of the value of Fifty-three Thousand Pounds, and which for its combined beauty and inexhaustible variety, wai not only allowed before the said Committed, by judges of the first eminence, who had visited every public and private Cabinet of note on the Continent, to be unequalled, but has Hecn also pronounced by the Legislature of this kingdom "to be superior to any thing of the kind in Europe, or perhaps to them all united, as it comprehends articles so rare and valuable as arenot to be found in any other colleftion." Continues to be exhibited, from eleven till six every day� Sundays excepted-and also to-morrow, being Good Friday. (f^3 Admission Half a Crown each Person. *** Good fires in all the Galleries. SADLER's WELLS. " EASTER - TUESDAY, APRIL 10,  1787, and the following even-ikgs, A New Musical Piece, called THE NOTABLE AND THE NOT-ABLE. Two New Dances, The PEDLAR's FROLICK, And the BERGERS' HOLIDAY. dancers, Signor BIDOTTI, (being his first Appearance in this Kingdom) Mr. WILLIAMSON, Mrs. HUNTLEY, and Madame SALA. Mr. DIGHTON, Mr^GOLDFINCH, Mr. LOWE, And Mr. HERRYMAN;--; Mrs. CASTELE, Mrs. BAKER, and Miss SHIELDS, being her first Appearance. an  extraordinary  and.curious TROOP OF SPANIARDS, (Being their first Appearance) Will exhibit'several most surprising Feats of Activity, without Batute, Spring Boards, or any other Assistance-: consisting of variety of Ground and Lofty Tumbling, Flying Leaps in different Columns, Somersets, Flipflaps, Saut de Tramplin, and the Grand RONDADO D' ARRIVA. The whole of their Performances to conclude with "a New 'Divertissement, called The GYMNASTICKS. In the TUMBLING EXERCISES they will be joined by Mr. LAWRENCE,      Mr. HUNTLEY, Mr. FAIRBR OTHER,     Mr. LAWRENCE, Jun. And the LITTLE DEVIL. New Comic and Entertaining Performances On the SLACK-WIRE, By Signor PIETRO BOLOGNA, Who also Balances a Straw, the Peacock's Feather, Displays two Flags, plays on Two Flutes from his Nostrils, and Beats Two Drums in an Extraordinary and Pleasing manner. TIGHT-ROPE DANCING, By the LITTLE DEVIL, Madame LA ROMAINE. and LA BELLE ESPACNOLE. Clown to the Rope, by Signor PIETRO-BOLOGNA. The whole to conclude with a New Superb Entertainment, called THE FOLLIES OF A NIGHT > " Or, HARLEQUIN RAMBLER.' With New Music, Scenes, Dresses and Decorations. The Scenes designed by  Mr. GREENWOOD, and executed by Kim, Mr. PUGH, &c. Boxes, 3s. 6d.--Pitt, 2s.--Gallery, is. Places for the Boxes- tb be taken at the Wells fnftn Ten/ to Two. The Doors to be opened at Half past FIVE o'Cloek, begin at Half past SIX precisely. Vivant Rkx et Regina. 10WN-MADE TEA,URNS, FINISHED IN   A   SUPERIOR   STILE,  AND AT REDUCED  PRICES. KEALE, Corner of SURRY-STREET, STRAND, from the great and flattering encouragement he has for a long ti.ne experienced from the Nobility and Gentry, in the sale of TEA AND COFFEE-URNS, In their improved state, and in the greatest variety of Pat-terns, begs leave, to inform his Friends and the Public in general, that he has lately executed a large and elegant Assortment of the above Articles, with Patent cV�.r,;>nnished in the highest stile of Town workmanship, and at uch reduced prices as he flatters himself will meet general approbation. 1. s. d. Small plain, on the improved principjejjiif  - 1 1 o Gallon, ditto, - - - *^Bi*'r^ *5 0 Very large ditto, Gallon, silvered furniture, Very large ditto, *#* He has likewise on sale a 'Plated and real Ppntipool Goods. and patent cob] general ock    �*.  stitthed.   

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