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   Morning Chronicle And London Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 5, 1774, London, Middlesex                                In   riij Numb 1441 ] W E D N E S D A J,  J A N U A R JT. 5,   1774, - Pfice Two-pence" Half-penr*y-. A D R U R Y - I. A N E, T the- Theatre Royal  in Drury-Lane, THIS DAY will be prefented A new Comedy (7th time) called, The SCHOOL for WIVES. The principal characters by Mr. KIN G, / Mr. Reddifh, ' Mr. Moody,' Mr. Brt-reton, Mr, W. Palmer, Mailer Cape, M s. Hopkins, Mifs Jarrait, ' Mr.. Weftori, Mr. Palmer, Mr. Eaddeley, Mr. Griffith,, Miis Youns^e, Mrs. Greville, Mrs M IHidge, And' Mrs. A B J N G TON. With a Ptf OlfOGUTj! and EPILOGUE, With ENT ERT A I N M EN TS. NoPerfonto be admitted behind the Scenes, nor. .any Monty returned after the Curtain is drawn up. The doors, to oe opened at Five,, and begin exactly at Six o'clock;        -- '   ,     -Bosks rs. Plt-gs. Firft Gal. 2s.  Upper Gal. is; � Places to be "taken of Mr.: Johmlon-,(only).at the; SsagjsDoor... . : Vintqnt Rex & Regind. CO V E N T - G A R DEN. By  COMMAND  of THEIR    MAJESTIE Sj AT the Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden/ ' '   This Day, will be "prefented The  S T R A TAG EM Archer by Mr. S M I T JFf, Aimwell. Mr. Benfley; - ^Bosrtface. Mr.Thompfon, Sullea,;Ki, Dutiftall; Gil* "�bet, Mr. Gardner j 'Sir Charles Freeman, iMr.JR. : &mi�h;jFcigarct, Mr. Fox^ Scrub, Mr. Shutef;- Bbrinda,- Mrs. Mattocks'; Cherry, Mifs Ward} ,  � .. fM.s. Sullen by Mts-LESSINGHAM.    To which will be added, . V  A "New PantomimeEhrertaSioiehj:, (3d time) '�.      ' called '   "'":      " " - The   5  Y   L   P   H  Si Or,  HARLEQUIN's. GAMBOLS. "The Mufic entirely*r.ew, by Mr.'Filter. ' Harieqirini Mr. L E W E.Sj " ' -  /�Principal Sylpliy Mifs BROWN. ,   .... The.otheccharters by    , -/. ,.*Ir.!ggIck,iMr. K^ng^Mr.Wigriell, Mr. Fox, Mr..: Baker, Mr.'lliompfon, Mr.: Bank'sJ 'Mr. Wild,. , Mr. .Harris, Mr. Davis, Mr JHellingfiir6rtsf, Mrs. ' Mrs;:WrKems/ Mrs; H�lmejMrs? White,- 'f Cblombine, V/Miis,-.      W.-'t-'SvTi ; Tte PahceV&y Mr. Filfeir) Mifs "Valois,;Mif& Capon.?! fifth new ScOTes,yMachines,fireffist and Decorations, i' . A Capital.SceAe^evei' "e:$ibttedV by Servahdpni.. / .T^B0Mi''to^^open^4.at Fiveo'efbek; .. - >i VI.' '    �   fobe^fn'e^crry.atSIX:- -'' \ - "Pfcfces for tne'Boxes'fb beHad �oniy)--or Mr. Sarjant. K�>r any;Mongy�e^�rned-afigrthe Curtain is drawn up. "� A R L IS L E - H O US E, '( \ ,-ESS; B A C:H4 and ,ABEL take' IT the liberty to acquaint tie nobilhy and gentry fubfecibers to their Concert, that they,will comme ce, for the enfuing ftafottbn"Wednesday the 12th of Ja--nuafy. at CARLISLE-tfOtJSE. Sbho^quarC; and that Tickets are delivering, on producing-Mr. Drum-: mond's receipt, THIS ,DAY, from .ten till wo o'clock, at Mr. BACH's, No. 80, Newman-ftreet, Oxford-road. ^ SO HO -S QJU ARE. � "% Janua*' 1, ijr^ THE Nofeilicy and Gentry,' S*j-bfcribers to: .CARLISI*E-H0USE, are moft refpeflfully acquainted,' that the Firft Thurfday's Affembly will be oh the i3thfnftanr, and the Tickets for the Mondays are'now delivering at the office in the Square. S C HE M E   of   the ADELPHI   LOTTERY. (By Authority of an A�l of Parliament) -    .�    ',C O n s I s t s    O F � 1. .prize of the value, of .....     1 ditto  �", '~: / ' 1 ditto        ~ --" ' 1 ditto '      -        - i-d,tto -�--- x ditto - - 102 ditto of different values each, from . itcl. to;&col, ,        - 1 cHito Firft drawn       i-   * 1 di^to Laft drawn        -- ... 40>ooo."t 36,000.' 2O,000:i 10,000 5,000 33.500 1 5,000 35,000 .211 OOj To-.begin Drawing on Thurfday the-3d Day oi" ' Marph next. , ....   . ;     ' ' -    . * To be drawn ip fhe Stwe Lc'ttejy wheels, and: Oiherways rnanaged the fame'aS the .--"tatc Lotteries. Tickets fold, pnd fubferiptions taken in/ at Meff s.. Adam's Qffcejn Roberr-frreet, Adelpjii, eVery day,. rSu'nHays excepted) from ten in the mpmltig to lix o '.clock at. night, -,\ he^e copies of the original fcherhe.' 'and all'parVcuJars conceiTiag' k, as"publiflied in the J^otidon: Gazette and daily puffers, may "be hud. GENERAL The � :' -  -    , Fpi-Leghorn, Witfi liberty to touch at ohe'port in the channel, . The  F A V O U R I T E, GEORGE JOHNSON, Commander, BUR t HEN 180 Tons, ..Guns and.men afwerable, Lying at Unioii-rtairs, The t'orhrnander to be fpoke with every morning at Sam's Coffeeihoufc, neai*: tlieCuftoiriThoufe ;' on "the Exchange at 'Change timer and after, at Wili's CorFee-houfe, or � , HUBBERT and DQNOVAN, , � � \ . for the Commander, , \   With G^vernrneht Stores, ->   �or Gibraltar and Cadiz, CLA D I Z   PACKET, Wltf-LIAM COLLINS, Commandtrt U ft TH E:N ' i 60: - Tons,' Gufls-and Men anfi^erable, ;! -' �; Lying atClierry-^afden^lairs^ ) ^X$l"'-v?ill apfolutely Tad-on. tlie 1.5th' ___J :rnftant tycharteipart^:^ I ;� � ~'The'�Daiii)3nder to i^jokeii with every morning at Sam's; co^tf-hoiift, near the X uftom-houfe, oil the ExchaAg^atVChange tijtne,-and;;after, at Will's coffee-houf: ; or,       *' - HyBBER^r and DONOVAN ffif the-Commander, . 7;,'' v    At their office, Old Lloyd s".  .' N.-'R!Ha^ good ac ombdatTous for paBcng n. ' "   ' - ^\  ' '        - '�"'"'       ; i ' " Ncivv loading;, at F A L M O U T IT, - I Fit V�T?a,Frarica.'.&rNice, Geo^aand Leghorn,* : V'l;be  T R EW IN, � 'A^J*PNY.MARSINGAL, Commander,   ; j AND' \Vill depart in fourteen '- days.    .. . � \ Any gertlemen hsving goods to fhtp from therce are defij-ed to apply to. > Meffrs..cqP.E and B1GNELLin Lpodon.    -,     '. -..I -4 T f- -Kfrrce One Shilling ihd Sfx-pence, ';     '"�" As it^is pertorajettat-she ;ijbcatre- Roy^W Drury^lane Printedjfgr T,,B^cfcet,_in ttefb.trancL   . i' ' " !'"" '"Cec^k*cr 30,-1773'."'  "[� � P \ A  N'".,;T' H E ON. i jfT^JJS Nobility an4 Gentry^ fubTcribers.to, Ca. this place, are ''acquainted, that 'tne'entertain : inpnt for tfie enfuing fea/on will', bw conducted upon the following f>.'an.: P.O ST-OF F I CE. - - ;  ..        January, 3^ 1774.1 THE Pqfl Boy   wjho was robbed of the Mail from London of the. 21ft- of De-iemberi ivas again .robbed at ele=v'en&clock on �Friday night laft, � near. CaJlertoiii-tV)0 miles north of Stamford, of the. Mail 'ofT'hurfdayA ^jtight front this Qfficeybf tbefaiiie'f&fon\ at he\ verily beliefoesv 'mtho'tobbed^m he�or  Bedford,.'Morpeth? Jfin-'. \~�iuiek, Jier-ttiick, -and the-bye'bag twi'thtkrlet-i, tersfrom Caxtottfoi'TiheiNsrth,:ana('took fame .thing, out -of one of thent^but nuhich, and then put the mat. fuffcring (be i, wijh ~g - piece of. Italian, -i njeryening j r^nd. fpj onj alte^.ately.thro'ogh jie fubijeripdonr. .\ ....". ' " ^."SuBfcriptrgns ^Vbe^receiye'dr-ahd tickeK delivered after the if^; of -Jajmatyi* 'af 'tlb^Offi^ i&&y: day,' between.the hour, of.ien initl^motjungf an^  f�ur in the.afterflOB'..; � �;     v. \\u -': ',lvM^S^0r, Villainy in-Full Bloom ...vCQntj^aiB^aSLfely portrait,, or famrly.piece 'cYthatij WOrlhipftil; jandiui, emphatically called TfatBrig ju^ices, 5^ith a �itlcal eftt^ma'tioh of their qualifi'-catipns^ prih^irjies, humanity, integrity", law, know-� ledg*, arid? Suitable determinations �;-their em.oluv" ments^ "h��ging.- the inntcent, and clear profits on fcreerar^tfi&^ilty-;-- the aft'bf making tlSevIs' wiJenjj neceffary^, and the mode of. detefliing tr.em.wheh cc-n-' - 'lg;ivre, in the .....   .... .. . ,Ji^~ -cpn52>-tfi$-Vin�^t .^ppuiejit butcher jn.'the' Lit^hneld-, ilreet s-ljujgliKi^hBttfe. To;w&ch is-added^Tlie'Story \. of tive'ufafpxQjnate- AraleJta�'.�. '! _.V a'young'iady of-\ atfo^t'elyj^.n^ceffary for the'piru-': gtionl; .,  ...^y' candid Enquiryj; ;tr(otifiii/'dra. 4d4reffed to Sir j*bi( Fjieldg�ii?I|m. u�i&*&i ii '   ;So-d ^y^orge A^en, tfor|o, Pate^fter^|�V; J .   An. Entire New Work* .' _    This Sayfs:' published. '" '. Price One"Shiiling" and,Six-pcnce� HE     ROYAL    C (� O K ; or/ The ,Modern�-Etlqu�te of the'Tabl^ Difplayed with accuracy, elegance and tafte* Being afu!l and exadt defcription off the manner pf cfrefling^'aridfefving up the^Royal Dinners at .St. James j -�vhich contains, though in'* narrow.'Corripafs, evey inftiucticn that relates to the : gratification; of the palate, tl.e. hrtpr yemeatof female oeconqmy, ,and the prefetvation of that ineftimalile blefjin?-, hcak'i.   ' .       '. .Written, "arid'now published, uuder the fanflion of' I'fom.e of the moft refpeaab.e chapaiftersin the kingdom, i      .-;''..     :��'... 1'  .fn /Paternofler-- ' � row."'  -' _ ' '-':   !  ~- �.'� AVid'fold by all boowfelfers in town and country.1 :.. '...    Wberiemaybe-h�dj^juftg.^?fl^edv,:."\,i'."'�''   ' The Winter Medley ; or- e.iterta'/'ni&^nJ'Qr;,the. fir.e-;'v .�    Sdej.pjice ss.few.ed'in marble"^aper,/,. The CASE of- MAK1E DE BERVILLE, now a -''..   Prifoner hi :the.King's Bench...' rt-a .great..genius  ariftj^. faid Dr. Arbu^nbt, all .the dunce^^re in, a confederacy ' ag'aihft liirh : y/ith equal propriety ^ when" a 'complete' Gillian rmanife(ts hinifelf .-to the worlds all::. hoV-.'e'nV 'roeii fiao'ul i united in endeavouring to briiTg'hir1*'fb:juf-stice.~!rhe town of .Buckwflrth neacSitwiiaftie upon-~Tyne,(produces a perfptv;tliat; conipileavly.,Uaim3' the;' 'reientment of the gbod'.aiid' w.orthy; uiemolt fa-1 vou able part of wliofe prirlclp'e-'snd coridnS, is alluded' to iii'the Gazetteer of the itff 'ike. The length 'of this advertifemenc, wiUvoniy fdsTer me-tqlfiyj-th^t under prett-nllonj -of maniage>. he fe4ufied tn^.^.nd- -U��'' ing- tb.enof$.;j&ait      :. 4ijim^f:^dh^.^i p'erfbif wha'covi'miiied'the fememciy'be afpre-A kended aiid'' bfovghf'    jafli.ee, Jfuch ~difcbv~ei-er& will^upin cifiPoiSion i>f the rfafty, be.'i'ntitledto-, ~tbs''faiite rmiafd-'of Two Hufldred/'Poujids,? ]faa*$&affifehive $*My$pii8$g%ichiisl: %mo�: ,.?\.r-;:'i- -;   '. :K;-':'� ^BpC&riikian^(5r* th'e FoftrnSffer Gerieral/.'.; .. j -....... . ANTH : TODD,, Sebetaj-y. E'ftabliihed Chriftinas, 1 LAUDABLE SOCIETY ."of/ANNUi: T1 AN,TVS, . For the Benefit of all A 0 E,Sl :\ * ^T1 -tbiir .office,-.the bottam-of Bartbolo _      txew-Iattf,^ lawdon,., daily , aftendanu. �r r,�lvta:from.nine :in theimornin^-tay fivt in tbie ,, jfhsrf-per/bn}, of eitherfex mag 'if. admitted tnenk _ hers, and hvhtn    years of agefjuiJl bi entitled fain annuity of zgll $pl. 7$!.,er lool.per awtj dititig life, except fuch. at become members at 46 iftats ^omihe.ttnii oy?jintran&p#gr$abhj$-th% .'"'.. fT6 &ie Getftlfefhetf of the Faculty.   ; s ��-  "This t)'ay.is publiflied, price is\ -' 'GonfalnihgCfghty-Page's dF Letter Prefsj;prihted on an elegant _Type, � �, NumberJ.{-(*o bae.continuedfthe $i=fti0f every;.'mo;nth):) ^HE:;MEPl^;iL^ l -at .:,.Genera3 Repo(it6r^ of Pr^ctjwl ^jjysJcI '*nd:Wiisiii,r;\ C^lt'uUte5,for'the*aid 'ind^ff^tancft of .the t'hyfielari; die Siirgeoh,' the Apbtliec�ry,5Alie| Chemift, "and the.private Gendeman; � and .e0*e&8alijf neceflary to , conduct, Medical Students-and Hofpital; Pupils.  '   '       .*'. ." ' '. ,7 * By a  SO.C.IET Y   of  G E N'T L'B ME N,J of: the different branches of the;profetrion.iS;' " *� London: printed for thet author's, and fold-by G .Kieaijflyi. .No. .46, ;FIeetrftreefc; ?ahdt by.^H.i bookfcllers in :Greatr�rttain.and Ireland^  - '�' ... -:   : Tb 'the;H p   tit 1 c..   .   .i ;' - 'The athhifts of thls/^lchawfr'. divide'a 0 ar&KSj: 'ta'flfj'each GentlemSri execatin'g" tSe particiBa)rbi4rl61 jofitaSipraclise ^ which he hasr;particularly Uev&i .himfelf,; . , '.:.' -    ' ...   ,:};{'. V; ,  1,. T^ie modern, practice of. phyfic, laidtjown oh new, firhple, and exterifive plan, will compbfe"fix| ^ft'pagfe-of-th'eMedicarivl^ga^ne/^^ -"': 'l::m-1 2. A compleat fyftem of furgery, as at prefent jirai -Itifsdin the-Londcorand P^is^Hc^*itals;,jwiflcalfo l^vetv in the;courfe:of thfe't^f^^-^xtefRjjj^gi-' wh|ch will be inferted in every mimcer.-,. tJi '3. Ea^'numbefwlil contain the,fame quantity a liev/comprelienri.ve MedicmaJ'PiaiorJary. � f-.'i'; �'4. A%od/ f.iBi 'TJ;e differentacticles. yoil^;befepa'ra?elypagi J^^^�X^M.W.^'"|5SfU^�U .Tenj ar.36 ^jHernfey' jPbrt, � tiglft-nVnl3/l�h,rIavoit i;eii, ja. 'i,vla ^ at aj's. a cfoie'n';.' ;4*oriiac Bf;yKly at 'f^s,; Ja- \ -rirai� ^uvn arjos.�&{,'a1:g'aHon. '        '    -i     ! Mr. Trowghtdh %s.wa�fe'oath, that-the wme; rain anll-brahdy arsjieat grs landed at thelGultorii ] hbufe iii Lonyon, and t^jat Jie will Yldt mi* and a4uherite$-t)r ca^fe %o-bV mixed rated adukera-tetl, ^?>^^*^*l"fttife<* -bf&Qdy, of any, that fliaH]} be^e^4r.J^�br&e his -pyop|irty. .T:  Th^gqpds to be',paid for on, deli very..- .  ; " The gbdd^to he^i^rjitin^anjpart orLondon or We^iniinT|er, 'iiee'qf-' ^ny expenre pi" carriage to the ^uy>ri :      - 1:.  ;      ' .   -� � --'Ni^^Ari^ordersi left- at .Mr. Glarlwi/h's,; 0ppof>t4 the T-efl>-Mile Stprte-ai'T^vicfeeiirram,: rvwIrbelxScutedWHte ShovetewMsv-    t _ gp,_ out,"by..rotation,\at-h'Wet the office. itU'.nexti to:, be r4    * ?rp derate ex^erfce bf bneihilfifjg per itibn^-tKel^reh^r iwill -^radually^ahd almbft irflpercep.tibly,Jjecome pof-.-feUfedrof �;a ^omple�e Library of Phyfigand Sur-; fillings V .'.JJaiguft^;'-3ie^5l. -Rfieh^ at i'-   fij1,!ling5u.',, Sack -atrK 5^3JaVSdtf: Jra^ia^U � oi; tl� rfanje;-.flav out iain" aajd .Umaa:at.aos.-^glylgti 11 tajn>,of^yye%| '"Clar ^rie^ga've-me-his'-bond'of ^ooUSJod'^an oWigatibn to-pay jlfiSi'jWen^&ee -guineas a year, of:s�h�;h tviroryeiirs - ^ ^___..__1 _ - . _--___ 1___... ^__1 i.     ��, ____..._____ . . eryiy.iliatiioas arid "jiaooiieal *meti)od-tto op- fuchjVtfcatin^Tilt dtawtho' fjitipatheiic" war.-ftom the .^nbft^icioqi' and;'abandpRsd. ;-A Jtoaoper tojking)-Jdom,..,cpApecliqn,..and3Japg.u.a^;, arfielfed^din^ /fe&^ty"colWf�n",Jpcnn"^ 1 hay* ^sFwhsrey^itJi i$ fuftalii 'nature, aiid^biVfeqyently in tliei ag'gra'iStmg- bircumMhges'-bf '�bold,: hunger, and �^we�ty.r^r4?ati these. be:an atldisiori to a ftatc fo trc--,^-pitkble ?. [I^js-wi^. an i.ndigrd;.Bt cprxero./ . ruuft ^dd^-^cjja^/jiev^as. yjefteijday delivered of her chiid, y^dtit ,uw'lp^j:ofiaid', piffance to thi/e*xertioa" of nature,;;bHit-wh^t.rre hbmariity"df her fellow; prifoners Itave^-o^ributt^'i-^flle thbinfamouscailfe � f this ;x-curnalaQpj) of yOT�jtche^nefsvpxHlts,ia the. a^complith-jingnt of Jiis vill^iy>; a|�d:a.-.canfolanc?-o|;-ia ,pgr 'arrnum,..""-''   1^"" - -"     -%   \-.- , %r          ^ ' tlfol^who^rrlay'think 'me ^cbJecrpT;their cfS^ " rityan'd-afteritiofr, rriayihaWa-further elucidajion, and ,-perfeft. cO^firrrtatfcin-ofttlxeJveracity bf't*- aSB*e, by iOypl&i&S to,Madgpi P^'Bsryillebutthe .publicfcas jcaqtipne^.againft. enquiring at th-j P4fon Gate, as.the' 'advernfXrlias great reafon to believe, methods may bs' 'there tikeo to pre^enrart explanation. -  .; '  enuptioh of the'ikin, qU>''>   :a;;\ � '.: -"        " J.Directions fprufipg.the, Carpa.thW Mineral. WateV 1n>bottfe : -the. part affe^ed is wijWe �and" b^ai, before m-v^fil^armtftfjJSi^'M twice^pr dirice a day, e|^er,'^ith^^i^fifi^||^' ^fr . W^r^wi^ha-fyriJ^e,;Wer|-^^ : Tb the'Printtr^rthfctoornit. r Cstroniclal Miga-I ^i^fi.w^.jvr-lKK.-   . . .� j �       . i t^viilts a"tevee'or a draw-! Wgirb^rh, ^-arrd  obferves the ^-fu^jjile'-addrifles, and iedulo'iis1-a^featibns of- Courtier1;, hotv ^Beri^reat by birth, favoqied by frjftilrie, and reputed wife, ;feU;theJrtiawrt^.faorifice their time ; fubtnic itoflt^^^^sv.aridindignitijss, and undergo-atte^anfefiy^fti gi^Wus-ihan flavieryi. mttft Re  ibejwoiiderons. ;that,d�i*^stfea^bi-atjsn, >aid chnt    mui* be the �g^5�^?^��.^ .^cjjPi^Jk'. If he takes> JjQll hjs;e^e/rpm;th^erd to.;fix,itt on the (h-^urjtes^jfj Princes, and obfexve's that though ^j^^avereignrfi4fi|fiij\^he.ipha,riot,;the' minif-;t�- b^ds^effihsjvand-couriers ^.:gW%fa$ent, \y,ealth,,ki pow.erv .and, autho-^y^^ccproingrfqihi^flVYn; good; pieafow,:thf.r 7h^ ma^^-t^e,Jaiy^.b^n^:un1!er the weight-,of' "'j.udgmeM-t�-that he'renders religion,a.ii^te; rtoqtby the influence of ,kt .finecuresr plur*3i-^H^f-ConuDendam's^trlf^atioi)s, Sic. and th^\t hej/qbdjie^ the braveft Toldiers,  and ."moll ieqv^mk^M; fes.. 4?y�yor�  by i^v^d^g^^j^raf^thifr; prejferflient doth ""*fli'tteiry�1'ri�jatrnis.'feeaiing virtues, and-g^jgf ps. as Teeming abilities, are both muUtplitd a*ad   

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