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   Morning Chronicle And London Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 1, 1774, London, Middlesex                                P-f-'ce Two    nee H a if-pr ��<. ', KING ^/^E^^/^-^.fe:"' t'theK frNG*s> *he^t& jE; i^ite   * ;�''' ' *'"' Wffl^be perfojnjpd *;&e\ic.Sei*Kis;, Another emiiien^^^   T?ie%ineipal eharac^-hy ' i And' Signora CECILIA $t$im%% delta Ingtefiha.! �  ,��f^:^.A^T,r, . r "r.:  :, A Grand5eribus,Bauetj:with 9.Grand Chaconne, By'-%nc>r. MiAR i 6t T.I If I,'u -' ; .  I&d,of.*he.Seec^d       .,-   . K A GranlK C^mic l^nto^i|ile,Bafle^ called La Eagatelle, -    By-^goor,. BOC^M, S^nora MAZ^ONL, : JiinJS bther^nclpal iJancers.. -       ,';    S.^oftlieJO^K:         . AGrandwrpie;^ " it�>&t%Br$&$:&'&i    "' Qrfco by,Monfifia;P^I T A O T,'     ; Andc*�t^u4(jqp9l; Dancers;' -r; r   J - fefc-i^mitt^J "'wWCBt:'-WiB! be deli^ - ^^i'^Firft^Cai^j^'SBi^d^l^^r^ .'" f No^&'&wii^ -By., �P**ii AifcE.� T: Y.' s* Company, , X diev Theafte.^RjpyaJ  in Prttry-rijane, t~[ ;;:Tni$$&Y: wjy, �e prefented.... ... :�v^^nUfc4$$rS46ft&il&-^^b|&;KT:. t '' Mr. P^rf-ins; '^rv,??bampus�,-^ -Mr- ^^^ 1 Mr. fa^�/'4�TS-Kear^'fi;fr. Bhn^S^Mre*.-iffcott^-. t TherDaoces .fe^^feofho^fipGrlttfi^s; Mr!j Atkms|_ ^. :iSJ�5 Gft^f ^tq*a Jgj^j^ Wrs;su4tn;^i^irf .PiaceJ;,? y^riy|Gei�?aI"Medtlng {purfuant to-the d ed :op ferttee'nt) WiUbeheidat the Society's office, on ^uefda> Hc^tthe' 4th otjanuary, at nine o'clock in the forenoon, to proceed to ballot, which wJ|Lfinjdly feiofe atWwtyetoefc, for th�-ele . f/rs.; Gardner.   -'  ' - TB.o*ST ^sitiKjs. JEiritKGaU.'ss.XJpperieaH..is; ajicK�s,to bS-had-pl^r^Btwafiipni at-;Mr> Parry's^ j iVJBis^Hplknrj} $ .Slid jot-Mr. I^etedi.th}#,the Ey 'the; ?^o^:p^a]pJ�^wBrt!;-: a" {frizes of tiie value'of "s9%?J        ' J.powiia1 . M,---p^^at ^ra^er)^ a;mV! Jorii -f-a%#AhW;fe^v^rl?:tJglSJ* � TRe-l3o�rf^ W opened �*afive'b,'cloafc tarj3n;t Ml-   �    '   A COM'f-D.Y.'  * ' AS I*? isp^^prnied^t^lieTrJieatrfr^yMir1 Qhiry^fifte. �    Prmted>^vT,BjBc^^iBsthe?iSaantli    ";� . Beautifully printed'on a ^ne^ writih^pape^: price only (   -^viie^^^3narble;pap^.,?    ; ,A JUE^T�R        � FATBfiH to.; his -.1-------^^-i^^. -----     ....      .       -iSie Hflman Heart. -Bytte^rpoke^Author.-of^AepboJqf-Qto-. .pound.;!..      w " ;-, .....;;; ;       " '���^fc fGlia.'. A Paftoral B.o^|anee. * By Itfie. ^tor .'  iftis ^ wometf.:' BeatTtUnfly prihteil ifti^bcTta^,' with    * . pW�tfie�ted with:An elegant-froittigdecefttefigntfl'by ;.  Wale, and.engraved by Collyer, price46, fewd. .. .   t-.. Pr'gjnal Poems, Translations and Imitations, 'from the French, Sei, by i Lady, price as, 6d, fewtd* a. Ditto, firil drawn -' V iteoDop �?fT5- a^b^^atBSfifiiBg m all tip7 3'Spa ibp ''" ao"6' 150b beth'j. alio at the. on^eVm'Shoe^anil,ard Spring^ _. gfirdeni, cWl*�^li^ery da^'Wfteri.d ifrom nine in the 1 nio|lBBg*aibin^tf dn'i^ft'*venihg, for; -the, faie and * fe|ifte^g cf ticketsi^itheiM]^^^^^^'^ will be given the preceding Hay, % r t3ls'^iJlR:;A i.' >:0 s *t - o f f rcE, ";;s^i^ '".- ' ' *        Petetob'er ?7,: 17-73.. ^; ffhte W Watt   *Stwfo?d+ of .the <�?o t%e cart ^im^tM^S\ hut the names 0; fate ci^Jexion^ ifd:,gitt * &'zwkd~ketr -a$d dirty f 'father %reecbe.s> without aty .Qrm.7Jeenied iri\ '^ - "aJks^je the reward j[i er an accomplice in the robbery ,er� faew-ing:i$ert(f, faa\l. make difuvejy whereby the \;$f^on--who commit;ed the fame^mcty  egih at feyen o'clock.  The ball to l^Slr wltS  Vn&aetfr.ar ^gnt'^oefi^' cotillons next^ and En^Blh fcantry dances after. Several new dShce) to be introduced by Mr. "Wall-Du-yall, that haye^ ver:yetV-1jeW;;publiftied,. both cotillons and Engll/h country "'an^fc6v'er� '4  illy, in tf�� Poultry.  ?> The^csnfiriSn^tapia"latef of thefeletters ^HaSfefly, He, ^ho-.efjwp^ifte book A mdflfdeSraij^one for Det-. 28, --^P-'M are 'jbbhfhei, ... p-&-0^&-55^b*W^--?IUij^tfe�x' %arately hy ^AtStAj&'^s^-W ED DING; '     ^h bf^w^bK will be prefixed, ^':^- ;^ ^-'Hajm^i^^i�^^�lrii$&l^. 'jltfesfiqre^'.^at 234^ *hb^e t?Sen ta^^t^eprive-'^h^tf!^ ?F?6% iSulS^t^JtiQn.'to;eith^^ayi%ith,hspreface; five? -/hiBinlJy."*       ": :        ' . /    ..   -   .r     ; '  To be'paiidbn- the receipt of! ah prder,; enticing thej. beaVep^thejptlnted'tbp^,^ neatly' nalf-boundj onthej delivery-of wwch,- (by particular Yeqne/t*'Qf the au-" fcriiot^ -friend*)' th^-fobTeriSerl' tj each ^iH be gratvii-; P^^TJfeJenteaiwiih ''A:TI^^^>taJfeHSBiG^N'--t� its RE'^ITAl^ :'Wit^.^^|^-Ptek%ue^i^E^iIo^n^.{ind ipoetiqaC AptdogyV1       feivetf;ratfei:B^.itJie AUtfiprand:hi Fiieno*?, Ind-fay: Meft",r;ITilJy; s|�ftii& Pooltry; Oomvtll^^-^.? j 'Ngw^jfyi L 'dgateiftreeti'.; Wiil^nk Keet-f ftresetl E�fifi8j-fii tht titrahd1;' antf; Raiy^Curarh-f �we^Majj-iair^-       '-'    ' " "   "" ' 1 COMMERCIAL IN^EliLIGENCE. Hfefeas many' MER:0,H A'N.T.S. in4 th^ :^igd6Tns> and our XfQ-ufirMtiS, ariCfen if at a lofs for ,wanip abk CLERKS,''coupes BOOK-KEBPERS, an^PERSONTS QtTALIFlEDfor aflifting ai;thetr trsdnfa^ohs,carrying 6R]pr6perly a.cor-refpondence i ii erther* the, Englilb, French,\ Gerniaji, [ Dutch, Italian] or Spanifh laneuages,. &c. even fome-i'ihifies1 for"f;ttHng''di$ncAilt ar^dintricate-accounts, or 1 for proper agents JQ Inifpe^t bur fettlements abroad. Mr. DEMisSif; SWOR^rBROICER, Jfor the ,.ner gociati tT b^n^sfof .'excbangp""bn, foreign parts] has tipCnad a r^il^E'bqokiJn I^ondott; in which the re-lrp^iv^'^a5f^^p^s;and characters of book-keepers and cjpiks beirig ifctby. him, be the eby will be enabled tofupJ^'Merchaws, and likewife ASSIG^-9f�'�S for BanSWapte ESTATES, witli.fuch 'perfons isjiex-rosy-b^.iawatit.af. ....... I. As Mr.JJBJpSSY has gone for himfelf through the various   C?mhii'> wilj le duly ah- or fwered/ And thefajtd'R^. DtM-ssv (who tranfaQs all kinds of negoUad.^fts. in the drawing or remitting way,-on, and for foreign parts) is there to be. /poken with every fo.enoon, and at 'Change time, In the Italian, French, or'Hambro* walks. N. Sr Propofals for partn*-rihips received byW-DE MISSY.; Npanonjmp^is letters wiB be.anfwercd. ' December'30, .'773. P   A N T   H  E  O   N. THE Nobility and Gentry, fubferibers^to .thisplace, are acquainted, that.the.entertainment For the enfuing feafon will be con-'rflsd-upoa the following pian: ' That j.t be opened by fubferiptien for twelve nights. That eacli fubferiber, on pay'ng fix guineas, have twelve' tickets;;.-v*hich may be ; f d on any of the nights, at the pleifiire of the fubferiber. " .That there be a gt and C�ncert of New Mufic. \ro-oal anri InftrumeHtal: with, reireflunenrs of tes, cof-f�.e, cakes, orgeat, capillaire, lemonade an' jellies. That the rooms be opened for the .fubfcribers on Monday, the 44th of January, and every fufceeding Monday at: (even o'clock in the eveaing,- and that thef concert begin at eight, and end about ten. Should'-the nobilityand gertry form any parties for dancing, proper bands of mufic will be ready for that purpofe. , - The proprietors, in wder uto*render the enterTa?n-ment as agceeabje to the fubi^nber3 as polfiHe, have engaged Dr. Arnold and Mr> >Vento as conjpolbrs and conc^fl^rsof the^oncert.- , . Mr. Giardini will Lad the bandj and the vocal parts ill be.perfonitel; by -ngnora ^Jjdj^oi,- Mi*, Weichfel, Mr,~L�^^gnior5an�fi^^|^jO^ The concert will be divided into'ffiireeparts; two of whic!�-wlil On cBe-nighbbe Italiatr, with a piert of EaglUh intervening; .and the ncjit night two of Eng-iifl^^ith-ak piece �:ftalian interveningj and^fo pa �ittip&�tifeough'theJfubfcriptioji. Subfeiiptions wii be received, "�nd tickets t! 'C'H E a P   S 1 L JC S. . 'y On ^ednefday next wi'f-1" be ready for Sale, At.the-Ckjlden Lion,>S�: Clement's chWch-yard, rie\ ti.E Entire Stock of Mr. JOHN Av D-U^TH O I emitfthr'SilkWeaver, of Ghutch-ftreet^''-'-^iUlfiel�i.1nmTihg:n^m;''Bu(ihefs.^ EMSyjftoc^ con'fift? of hrocades, damasks, tiffues, fat-tiiSV-'paoli's, flower'd arid wa�rjd tabbies, s.-c. AU whicj>/ for the fake cf immediate 'file, Mr. Outfoit jiias; put at leaft 30 percent, lefe thft. the pr. me coft "L7Sr,-:.S T, . '\ g^N Thurfdav aj^ernpon; from a Houfe in Ivlark-lane, ^"Small BLACK BIT' H; of the Kihg-Gh 'fles's bteid, about nine i ches high, with all her feet.of a darli bro\yQcolottr^ and-a (potpf rwnrf?ion her eheft j- anfwers ,t; the hanie of Fanejr. 'W^ioeverlwiil'Dritog her to Sam's coffee ho'ufe, near t.hf'Cjuftpnjrhoufe,. lhall receive five lhilKngJ' for their trouhTe.' . *   9 his Day is pub/if fed, . Pripe Six-pence (to be continued monthly) Embeihmed .vith the.follovvjbgelegant Engravings; 1. An elegant and-new; pattern for working ^'Aprdn '�for ttajMikejrchieir. �i Glecra j-o^the Aifaflination: f'^hd'^.-The Withered.cRjcle; a:.c^ew .'ong, �bt^to> roufic by Mt\ Hcdgfoajrf Nevveailte:; l the .word* . . by. the fate Mr. CajuMPghja^.b�lt%'dierlaft eonV ^4aDYV MAGAZINE ; or, En-. e^et^iiQing C6.^*h?nn'for the Fair-S^ x.   Ap-' 3rOpr(�m^'foleJy tedtheir ufe and amafcmernv--"'"'-f!"' ' *'.:     � ^Containing,..     .',. -Afentiihentaf^immeythrough -�ngl
                            

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