London World Fashionable Advertiser, May 24, 1787

London World Fashionable Advertiser

May 24, 1787

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World Fashionable Advertiser, The (Newspaper) - May 24, 1787, London, Middlesex ADVERTISER. [Number 124. THURSDAY, May 24, 1787. [Price id.~] rpj OPERA. KING'S THEATRE. There will be no Opera on Saturday. For the Benefit of Signora STORACE.^ *His Evening, at the King's Theatre in the -A Hay-Market, will be performed, A Comic Ooera, called GLI SCHIAVIPER AMORE. The Music by the celebrated Signor V AESIELLO, Under the Direction of Mr. STORACE. The principal Characters by Signor MORELLI, Signor MENGOZZIi Signor MORIGT, Signora SESTINI, Signor SCHINOTTI, And Siljiora STORACE. In Act I. a newrSon{r by Signora STORAGE. In Aft II. a Favourife Scotch Air, adapted to. the Opera, will be introduced by Signora STtrR ACE. Leader of the Band, Mr. CRAMER. Painter and Machinist, Signor GAETANO MARINARI. Taylor, Signor LUPINO. End of Act I. A DIVERTISSEMENT. The Principal Characters by Mr. GO YON, Mr. Henry, Mr. L'Aborie, Mad. Delfevre, and Madame GERVAIS PERIGNON. End of the Opera, a New Ballet, Composed by Monsieur HUS, in titled LA FETE PROVENCALE. In which will be introduced, a new PAS DE DEUX, By Madame PERIGNON, And Madameoiselle MOZON. Pit ios. 6d.-First Gallery 55.-Second Gallery 31. The Doors to be opened at Half past Six^and begin exactly at Half past Seven o'clock. Vvvant Rex & RegV'-a. No light Gold will be taken. Tickets to be had of Signora Storace, No. 23, Howland-street, Rathhone Place; and of Mr. Johnson, No. 3, Mar-kct-lane, Pail-Mall. THE PLAY-HOUSE. DRURY-LANE. THis Evening will be presented, a PLAY, called CYMBELINE. To which will be added, BON TON. Boxes 5s. Pit 3S. First Gallery as. Upper Gallery is. Places for the Boxes to be taken of Mr. Fosbrook at the Theatre. The Doors will be opened this evening at a quarter past fi/e, and the performarce begin at a quarter after six o'clock, and so continue till further notice. Vk'an' Rex & Retina. To-morrow, the Comedy of The Natural Son, with The Irisfe Widow. " 7 HE PLAY-HOUSE-. - - COV.ENX-GA RDEN. THis-Evening will he performed, a Comedy, called x THE MIDNIGHT HOUR. To which will be added, NINA. After which will be presented BONDS WITHOUT JUDGEMENT. Boxes 5s. Pit 3s. First Gallery 2s. Upper Gallery is. Places for the Boxes to be taken of Mr. Brandon, at the Stage Door. ThieTJoors will be opened at a Quarter after Fi-ue. To begin at a Quarter after Six. Visitant Rex & Retina. On Monday, the Tragedy of the Grecian Daughter, and die Comic Opera of the Deserter. NEVER PERFORMED HERF. .THEATRE ROYAL HAYMARRET. TO-MORROW EVENING, May 25, will be performed, a Comedy called MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING. Benedick, Mr. BROWNE ; And Beatrice, Mrs. BULKLEY. In Aft II. a Masquerade Scene, with Dancing. After which will be performed, a Comic Opera, (4th time) called HARVEST HOME. The Music composed by f ir. DIBDIN. Books of the Songs to be had at the Theatre. Boxes 5s. Pit 3s. First Gall. 2s. Second Gall. is. MADAME MARA's CONCERT, WILLIS'S ROOMS, King-Street, St. James's. THIS DAY will be the Sixth, and last CONCERT. ACT I. Symphony-SCHUSTER. Quartetto-PLEYFLL. Song-HARRISON. Concerto-GRAFF. Song---MARA. ACT II. Song-MARA. Sonate-CLEMENTI. Song-HARRISON. Concerto for Violin, Oboe, and Violincello, Obligate-ABEL. Song-MARA. To begin at Eight o'Clock. Tickets to be had of Madam Mara, No. 39, Suffolk-street Charing-cross, and at the Rooms, &c. Sec. EXHIBITION, spria G-GARDENS. rR. DICKINSON's Exhibition of Piftures, painted by the Rev. V/. Peters, R. A. " Of a righteous family rising out of their grave at the Last Day," and " The spirit of an infant received into the presence of the Almighty," is new open at the great room in this place, from eight in the morning till seven in the evening. Admittance One Shilling each. MONEY MATTERS CONDUCTED loitb EXPEDITION and INTEGR ITT. fR. TEASDALE of Whitehall, who has A,i been for many years in the business of Procuring Money on ali kinds of real, as well as Personal Securities, where the p irties are of well-known respefl-able characters, still continues to transact those matters in 5ums from 100I. to any ameunt, with a degree of punctuality and honour that has ever marked his conduct, which his connexion with the principal Mpnied people in this kingdom, renders easy to himself, and acceptable to his employers. Mr. Teasd nt e begs also to inform all those Gentlemen or Ladies, who would wish to increase their incomes, by laying out their money to the best legal advantage, that they will always find at his house variety of good securities-and whatever business is done there, is always transacted by their own Attornies. N. B. Ofruersof the Guards and Marines, and those on Haif-pay, of the Navy and Army, may be supplied. MUSEUM LEICESTER-HOUSE, (Late Sir Asbton Lever's). THIS admired Assemblage of the Productions of Nature and rf Art, is exhibited, from u till 6, every day, Sundays excepted-Admission Half a Crown each Person. A Superb Oriental Toy, ' recently added to the Museum, of exquisite beauty, and highly finished workmanship-representing the Tomb of Confucius, the celebrated Chinese philosopher, over which is constructed his Grand Sepulchral Monument, with two Temples, dedicated to the Sun and Moon, and various emblematical and other figures of Idols, Men, Birds, Beasts, Amphibious Creatures, Reptiles, &c. &c. In which their forms, attitudes and actions are most naturally, elegantly, and forcibly expressed. The following opinion of this matchless effort of art has been delivered by Mr. Cox, Jeweller, Shoe-lane; " That it is the most elaborate and perfect production " even-yet exhibited, and could alone have been executed by " some independent man as a proof of his superior know- " ledge, taste, and experience in modelling and designing---- " No price that could be demanded by a professional artist, " being in my degree adequate to the value of the work-" manship." At the Ancient Concert Rooms, Tottenham-street, For the Benefit of Mademoiselle DENIS. THIS DAY, the 24th of M A Y, 1787, will be A GRAND CONCERT Of Vocal and Instrumental Music. The Orchestra under the direction of Mr. Barthelemon. ACT I. Overture-BARTHELEMON. Song, Mr. Sedgwick, " Mirth .admits Me."-HANDEL. Concerto, French Horns, Messrs. Leanders-BARTHELEMON. Song, Mrs. Barthelemon, Care Luci,-SACCHINI. Concertante Messrs. Barthelemon, Paxton, and Mademoiselle Denis-CARDON. Song, Mrs. Ambrose, Une Amante,-SARTI. ACT II. La Chasse-HAYDN. Concerto Oboe, Mr. Suck. Song, Mr. Sedgwick, " 'I bus when young Ammon."- BA FTHISHILL. Concerto Violin, Mr. Barthelemon-� Song, Mrs. Ambrose, Se il Caro bene-SACCHINI. Solo on the Harp, Mademoiselle Denis- Song, Mrs. Barthelemon, " Under sweet Friendship's Name."-BARTHELEMON. Fin a 1. e, FULL PIECE. REFRESHMENTS AS USUAL. %* DOOR to be opened at SEVEN-to begin precisely at EiGhT. Tickets to be had of Mademoiselle DENIS, No. 30, South-street, ParU-Lane ; at LONGMAN and BRODE-Rii-'s, Haymarket and Cheapside ; and at the Concert Rooms, at 10s. 60. each. HANOVER-SQUARE. For the Benefit of Mr. SALOMON. TO-MO-RROW, the 25th of May, 1787, Will be performed, A GRAND CONCERT Of Vocal and instrumental MUSIC. ACT 1. Overture, Haydn-Quartetto for two violins, tenor and has, by Messrs. Salomon, Bo'rghi, Blake, and Mara,-Song.Mr. HARRISON.--Concerto, German Flute, Mr. G"R AEFI. -Song, MADAME MARA.-(By particular desire.,) CREDO, composed by GAi.l'i'Pi. The principal vocal parts by Signor Rubinelli, Mr. Harrison, Mr. Sale, and Madame Mara, with full chorusse=. ACT II. New Concertante for oboe, clarionet, violin, and French-horns, by Messrs. Patria, Mnhon, Salomon, and Flack, com- po.'.ed by Signor Juliani.-Song, Signor RUBINELLI. Concerto violin Mr. Salomon.-Duo, the Miss ABR AMS. ODE, in praise 01 "Tandel, consisting in a I'.eatatif and Aria (sungby MADAM-'. MARA),and a g;.md chorus,ccmposed by Mr. ileichard; first composer 10 the King oi Prussia. Ticket at 103. 6d. each, to be had of Mr. Salomon, No. 4, i'rince>j- meet, Hanov r-square; and at Messrs. Longman ur.d Broderip's, Cheapside and Hay-market. Tickets issued for the 2.5th of April will be admitted. To begin at Eight o'clock. a MUSIC MASTER ANTED in a genteel private Family, in the country, to teach the Harpsichord. Any person properly qualified, may learn particulars by applying to Mr. : colour for dresses ; fans; feathers; artificial flowers; ribbons ; muslins, &c.'on terms that cannot fail of giving satisfaction. His Majesty's Birth-Day. GOULD SMITH and Co. No. 108, New Bond- street, most respectfully acquaint the Nobility and Gentry, that they have an elegant assortment of Em broidered Suits and Waistcoats, Velours and Silks for plair. Coats, from the newest patterns and colours now worn at Paris. They have lately adopted the plan of serving Gentlemen with suits for Court, &c. made up in the best manner, complete and ready to put on, at a certain fixed price, and so sum that they must pay for them from Paris, that the difference does not merit their attention. N. B. A variety of new and cheap Fajscy Cloaths, and Frock Waistcoats, for the present season ; with some new articles for Ladies Habits. This Day was published, price 14s. bound, Handsomely printed in Two Volumes Oftavo, Embellished with a Head of the Author, A New Edition, being the Eleventh, with considerable Additions, of THE HISTORY of SCOTLAND, during the Reigns of Queen Mary and King James VI. till his Accession to the Crown of England. With a Review of the Scottish History, previous to that period. By WILLIAM ROBERTSON, D. D. Principal of the University of Edinburgh, and Historiographer to his Majesty for Scotland. Printed for A. Strahan; and T. Cadell, in the Strand 5 and J. Balfour, at Edinburgh. Of whom may be had, 1. The same book elegantly printed in 2 vols. 4to. price il. 10s. 2. Dr. Robertson's History of the Reign of the Emperor Charles V. with a View of the Progress of Society in Europe, from the Subversion of the Roman Empire to the beginning of the sixteenth century, 3 vols. 4to. or 4 vols. Svo. 3.---'s History of America, 2 vols 4to. or 3 vols. 8vo. %* 7'he Additions to the History of Scotland will be sold separate to the purchasers of former Editions. PATENT WHIPS, SPURS, BRIDLES and &MBRELLAS, SOLD CHEAP. AT KELLY's Manufactory, No. 139, near Somerset-house, Strand, WHIP, SPUR, and 'UMBRELLA MAKERS to the Prince of Wales and the Princess Royal, &c. &c. where Ladies and Gentlemen are obligingly served with fashionable light, walking Canes, Jockey, Hunting, or Driving Whips, warranted good, mounted in gold, gilt, or silver, of the neatest patterns. Fancy SPURS and BR. IDLES, made strong and well finished. A neat As-sortiT.ent of Foreign UMBRELLAS just imported, covered with French lustring. All the above articles are of the highest finish, and lowest price.. Town acid Country SADLFRS served with any quantity of WHIPS, &c. &c. of the neatest taste, and much under the usual price for Retail and Exportation, on the shortest notice. N. B. Old Whips, Canes, and Umbrellas, exchanged or repafefcd Cheap. ., - "%*' Patent'oiled Hammer-Cloths ccrapleie,. frcca one" to tveo guineas: (�^* The Original Anodyne Necklace for Children's Teeth, at 4 s. eaeh. The Polographic Exhibition of Pictures, Multiplied in oil colours by a Chymic3l and Mechanical process, the invention of Mr. Joseph Booth, HAVING already been honoured with the most flattering tokens of approbation from people o' distinguished rank and taste, will continue open every day (Sundays excepted) from nine in the morning to seven in the evening, till further notice, AtthePOLYGRAPHIC ROOMS, No. 381, opposite Beaufort Buildings in the Strand. (Admittance One Shilling.) With a Catalogue gratis, containing a concise explanatory address. And in order to afford the public the most certain means of ! dging of this valuable discovery, the copies are placed in a row with the originals, from the following masters : Annibal Carracci, Angelica Kauffman, Benev. da Garorfoli, Copley, Guido Reni, Hoppner, Piazetta, Tassacrt, Vanloo, And West. Subscribers will be entitled to a free admission ticket during the Exhibit;on. THE CONTRIBUTION for the Relief of an Unfortunate Lady, having now arisen, from the gre.,t benevolence and generosity of a considerable number of most respectable donors, to a sum sufficient, as it is hoped, for her immediate liberation, with perhaps a small residue towards her present support; the gentlemen appointed to diredt the application of the said sum, are now taking the necessary measures for carrying into effect, as speedily as possible, th-humane object in view. The persons by whom the business of the contribution was carried on, in advertising, &c. having called in from the Ba hers the general account of donations, find -.vith concern, that -' ere was a mistake in the sum mentioned in one of the latter advertisements; arising from an erroneous ad ition of one of the lists twice over : but there will shortly be depohte--'. at the bank of Sir Herbert Mackworth, Bart. Dorset, and C'm^.?es�Q.'j.lcn !iis Mjahy-att^nds to answer for iihn wiser, called for: And that none that contain extr .Vagane prxes upon some articles, arid prices much inferior to the rea] value upon others, will be considered as proper to be admitted. navy-office; May 11, 1787. THE principal Officers and Commissioners of His Mjjssly's Na-iy, d~ hereby v]:st; the. ' j.ntesse .iu B-rrj'-i wiilfn; and a large cplle-ition of other iterary and print curiosities. This Day was published, In Two Volumes. Crown Octavo, ornamented with a Portrait of the Author, Price 6s. in Boards, THE Epistolary Correspondence of Sir RICHARD STEELE. The First Volume is wholly original, consisting, of 3S4 letters, addressed principally 10 Mrs. Mary Scurlock, afterwards Lady Steele, and her two daughters. The second volume is a regular series of Steele's Letters to his friends and patrons, which are now, for the first time, collected. The whole illustrated with literary and historical Notes. By J. NICHOLS. Printed by and for the Editor; and sold by J. Robson, and W. Clarke, New Bond-street; G. G. J. and J. Robinson, Paternoster-row j J. Walter, Charing Cross; and C. Dilly, in the Poultry. It may be proper to annonnce, that since these volumes have appeared before the public, the Editor has been favoured with many valuable original Letters, and other genuine productions of Sir Richard Steele, which have in the politest manner been communicated to him by the-Rev. David Scurlock, M. A. of Love Hill Place, Langley, Bucks, who became possessd of them (together with many other curious Correspondences of several eminent persons) as administrator to the effects of Lady Trevor, Sir Richard Steele's last surviving daughter. These valuable and authentic documents the Editor has undertaken to publish with all convenient speed, as soon as they can be properly digested, with the full concurrence, and undsr the immediate inspection of Mr, Scuilocfc. This Day is published, Price One Guinea, Dedicated, )>y Permission, to The Right Hcn. FREDERICK LORD NORTH, Chancellor of the University of Oxford, AN JiSSAY, intended to establish a Standard for an Universal System of STENOGRAPHY, SHORT HAND WRITING ; ~pon such simple and approved principles as have never be-.;re been offered to the Public; whereby a person in a feia I'.ys may instruct himself to wite Short Hand correclly, and y a little praffice cannot fail taking down any discourse delivered in public. By SAMUEL TAYLOR, Many years Professor, and Teacher of the Science at Oxford, and the Universities of Scotland and Ireland. The usefulness of Shorthand Writing, to every per-so-n in any genteel profession, or employment of life, is universally admitted-the inability to praftice it, as generally regretted. On this account, it has been recommended by all Universities, that the study of Stenography, or Shut-hand Writing, should be made a part of the early Education of youth in general. The knowledge of it may be easily acquired, and the praflice rendered familiar, by early habits, from the recommendations of more than three hundred persons of consequence, who praftice and approve the above method. Dr. Beattie's is now selected as an authority not to be disputed. N. B. Good encouragement will be given to Masters of Academies, on introducing this system into their plans of education. Marischsl College, 24th Feb. ''� Of all the systems of she-rt-hand'that I have seen, and I /vr?V I'-Aed into several, Mr. Taylor's appears, to me to be in-" t-.mpizrab'.y the best. The art seems to be hardly susceptible of " further improvement, His address as a teacher of it, is very 'great i -deed; and Tn my opinion, places him at the heed of his " profession. (Signed) J. BEATTIE, Professor of Moral Philosophy and Logic. London: Printed ior J. BELL, at the British Library, Strand. medicated, with Permission, to his Royal Highness the DUKE of GLOUCESTER.  PROPOSALS for Publishing by Subscription, Twelve capital VIEWS of the ENVIRONS.of NICE, andTwelve of the GLACIERES of CHAMOUNT, in SAVOY, drawn and engraved by Albanis Beaumont, Engineer in the service of his Maje-ty the King of Sardinia, now in the suite of his Royal Highness the Duke of Gloucester. To which will be prefixed, A Topographical Military Map of the Country around Nice, wherein the Stations are laid down from which each View is taken ; and a short Description of each Plate. The Plates are etched in aqua fortis, and elegantly coloured. The price of the Twelve Views of Nice will be four guineas and a half; and-the Twelve Views af the Glacieres three guineas and a half; half to be paid on subscribing, and the remainder on the delivery of the Work. Those of Nice will be delivered early in the summer. Those of Chamount in the beignning of the year 178S. Subscriptions are received by Messrs. Drummondi, Cha-ring-cross. "Proposals may be had, and a Specimen seen, at Mr. Fa� den's, Geographer to his Majesty, Charing-cross, ;