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   Morning Chronicle And London Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 7, 1774, London, Middlesex                                9 v\ " .1    s T Ihe'KING*;f THE.4T,RE, m the Will he performed a.New Senous Opera, called; L U G I pv ?VfE R o. : **T1Wprincipal charaaCTrby Signer  Mr I  L  L  I- CO, And Signpra CECILIA, DAWKS? dfitta Inglefma., " ' 4  End Of theFirilAcl: A New>aifit6lhime:jQfa'ii&,. >iver performed) called; La P;ovencal, by Signer M A R IOTTI N I, and ' - End of tfci Second: AcV A Gratid Comic Pa^tpnp^BaljB^^aHed La Bagatelle, By Signor BOCCBINV>3igndra MAZZONI,        AAd'oiheVpraicipal Dangers.   , End of the Opera ' A Grand Heroic Comic Pahtoniical Ballet, called ORFE Ov � . EUR IB 1 G E, W \ OrfcQ by, Monfieur-iP.I T -R-0 TV Euridice by, MadaW; M      I .RAVIE RE. The other chara&?rsai thepauce.by Signor 'Mariotdni,  Sigpbr yfiocchini,  _Madempifelle - -   Nina FavietySignora Marconi,. . . And other: principal Dancers*.--With New CJathes, -&#ne9 and^>ther Decorations, fit and" Boxes to be put together j and. .no perfon to be admitted without-Tickets^ which will be dch-. v^ed at theOiSee at;H^a"Gui]fiea ^Iu. . Firft-Gallery ^.Second Oallery'js; $y Their M A J E  TIES Command, ,Ko^6dba wRarfoever to, be admitted behind the fcenes cr into; the ercjieftr^.-       The Doers to be opened at jnfalf an Hour; after Five, - An^tolieginexa&ly at* Seven^;clock.   ,  ; - / rmant      & Retina. ^-djft Tuefday next a eomlc Opera called Xa CS^TESSIMA. The Poetry by Signor Coltellini Poet.to; Einpcefs, ofRtSffia^ The{Mhfic by M. Casnw, Compofcr to; the Emperor. %l   . � $' S.; and A      L ^Jeaye, to acquaint the ^ability and gentryfiB-/cribers*.jto .jtheir Concerts, that the fif ft- will be on Wedhefday next, under the direction, for tKat "night, of Mr; ABEL/ ;        ' ' "   V  ,  . x ;;  ^gftion^m be admitted without tickets, and ik> ^tickets &it ti�e of & night 'will be admitted; ; T-he ticket's are transferable as ufuai,: Ladies jo Xa> dis,. and Gentlemen to Gendemen only. The Ladies pickets,are Red, and the Gentlemens^iackr .     j\ . Vlfor ^be^more.commodious coming to and gping �t;pm $he.Concerns, (thenobiHty a *.dg^itry are mPft humbiy re;qyefied to' Be particular, in, ordering "their? cOacrimeri to Tet them down and take ^hem up: at the door in Soho-fquare, with their hoifes heads towards; -Prith*ftre*fc-      . Attendance is given every day from Teii\to Two: o'ekek, at Mr. Bach's, No. 8o, Newman-ilreet, to deliver the tickets, on producing Mr. DrummOndV receipt. , A T the Theatre Royal in'Pru^-Lane, THIS DAY wUl tejprefeated   ; '    A new Corhedy.^Sth time)palted, . . The. SCHOOL for WIVES, =* Mr. Reddifh Xhe principal characters by IWrl Bperetbit, Mr. W. Palmer, JM?s, Hopkins, - Mfs Jarratg j With a i*RcL^irif'a\d^jtt>Gt?E, Mr.; ' Mr.1 Badcicltn . mi mm, WSEUM.IN SPRING GARDENS.   . r - R..COX b.egs. leave xnq&. rcfpe&Mty to acquaint the public that his Mufeum in its improved ftate will be opened- in the courfe of the ensiling week, and he can with great tmth declare that tho' every piece belonging to his fuperb colle^ion, in its,former ilate, has been taken afunder, to,obtain the benefit of a general re-embellifhment, not even the moft delicate parts of jthe mecharufm have, received any material injury, notwithftanding a conftant exhibition from-twice'roTix times a-day during an interval of eighteen months. The whole ji.nov; cam-pleated . to far, exceed their original perfections and Mr. Cox to render the entertainment ftill more asjree* able has- introduce i a new "concert of mufic com* pofed by Mr, Theodore Smith, for his mechanical band, whicrf. concludes with the celebrated air of "RuleBritannia/' . ^Thec^pltararticles added in the improved fl?ate �f the.Mufeum, ainongft which is the.peq>etualmpti6>n,_ will Mr. Cpx^ flatters himfelf as much exceed'the evp^clations of the world, as they tranfeend the po^ai of ins defcriptjon. If he has hitherto exhibited aity thing-which delerved prajfe, he has now many things to'.ihew,'.which muft excite wonder. Let the general guriofity (be never fo'^rdent, he is vain 'enough'to : think .that it, will ,npt only: be gratified, but fuiv \^a^,--an;di� fullyperfuaded,-. ftould this happily prove. 9ZfL that the i ^HE Nobility and'Gentry, febTcrrbers to this place, are acquainted, that-the entertainment for the enfuing feafon will be conduced up'on thfr^following plan,; ,      -  *    ~ t That it be opened by fubfeription for twelve nights. That- - *ac!v Arbfcriber, oh payiigiix guineas, have twelve tickets j -which- iriay^be Wifedv '6n any of the nights, at the pleafure of the fubforiben-   -; -* ' That, there be agran^ Gdnoert .qf. -New, Mufic^ v"o-,cal and Inftrumefital:. wi^h. refreshments- of tea, cpf-: fee, eakfes, orgeat, caplUalre, lemonade and jellies. . *. That the rooms be opened' for the fub(bribers on Monday,, the ^4th^ of "January^ and "every fucceeding1 Monday at feven-.o'iplock in-the evening,- and that the concert begin at eight, and end about ten. Should the nobility and gertry form any parties for dancing, proper bands of mufic wjll be ready for that, purpofe. ^ The proprietors, in order to render the entertain-, ment as agreeable to the fubferibers as poffr^le, have " engaged Dr. Arnold and Mr, Vento as compofers and. conductors of the concept. Mr. Gtardini will l:ad the band/ and the vocal parts | ,will be performed by Signora de Salvagni,, Mrs. Weichfel, Mr. Leoni, Signior Sandaii, and others. " The concert -will be divided into three parts $-two of which wi.Jl on one njght be Italian, with a piece of Englifti intervening 5" and the next night twoofEng Ijfii, .with a piece of Italian "intervening-j and fo on alternately througli the fubfeription." Subfctiptions wiiibe received, and*-tickets delivered after the 10th of January, at the Ofrlce, every day, between the hours of "ten in the morning, and four in the afternoon. In oneyok:pila& js#bound^ pr,Every Gou^tJ^'G^EhtlemanhJ8^?wilCrUDfe4or. J - RICH   S I L K S. ^ Large 3 From 30 to 59 per cent, under prime coft, Quantity   to  be   SOLD Confining-of Gold and filvcr ftu-fTs, velvets/ "brocades, tiffues, damasks, flower'd'-fa'ttinsj-.&c. &c. At the warehoufe iri l^ayjftcxkrftreer, Co vent-garden, No. i6/(IateTeafdaie-'s) By- JOS H tr A?J L A'/# TON, arid Co. (From the"Feathers* Gheapfide) "Which muft be abfoh-tely.d^poied of in-a ihort tlrne, . and are the cheapeft'fevefc qiferedtto the'public* For tlie fake of di(j>atc^;anito,.prevent trouble, the loweft price jsnarked on .each, piece. Note. They are well wofrfr the attention of merchants who may want fuchfgbods^or exportatioo. ;/All die" laws flowlh force,^that,par^ula^y ^copoerh �the Farmer,: the;Gotfntry Gehtfirtjrian>: the Cletgyman^ " the Maltfter, ^e;Hoprptftht�r7;:the Carrfer^ dr-ftey other pcrfon whofe: bufinefs, or impiemnts) eccailibn him to refide chiefly in1 thacount^^ >?articu1aTiy^': J. All the laws concerning game, brought dofcmto the- prefent period, including tw6 ads paired ih th* laftfeffibns, one relating to moor or hnl gairle, and the otheffor the better prKervation bf.the game in general.  -     I   ;    ." .    .;.  ".   ./'j-/      - "II. Thewholelaw of tythes.. t,IIP. The adl paffid laft feffioxis/redtice jnro ojq*. .aft 01 parliament, all the ftatutes t6ncefnihg high^ � ways.     ' -     - IV. An aft pafled Iaft fenlohs, to reduot into one aft of parliament, all the, laws concerning ;turn|ttKe roads. . i V. The whole law cpneefning fiihing, fUb-porids^ rivers, &c. : VI. The laws-now in force to regulate theTrtakinR an4 duty of malt.  .V1L.The-laws-concerning the making-,and felling of cyder, mum and perry. -      Y V1IL The laws re-ative to the grovvihg, bagging? and duty of hops. :      .  ;. ^Together with all the*afts of paf'iametit, and' s$* judged cafes, thereupon, relative t� cattle^ corn, hay^ ftraw, timber and other trees, butter and^cheefe, and every other article in which the farmer jot -coujatry . gentleman is materially interefted.   . By a GENTLEMAN of LincoInVInji. printed, for W. Sttahan- and W. WoodfalJ, Liw'/ Printers   the King's Mpft Excellent .Majeftjy for G; Kearfly, No. 46, Fleet-ftreetj F. Newbury^ the c?�r^ ner of St. Panl's" churchvyard 5 and' \y> Fi*xney, bp-� poiite Gray's-irm, iSolbotn. .   �'    * J* ___- t To the Printer of the Morn-ingChrokiclb S I R, r � �  r [ flfcrife expenc^ iie has' been at, in compleating^ his j works^ will; be amply rewarded by the munificence pC.tl\e .publfc.                   -'      -;. t / :S !crfoni\& be a  at the Price One S^!aig:airfd SixiperU HE ; S g HO;Oi for'W IVES. As it is performed at thje.XheatresfRoyal, PrunyTlape^ '   Prfnted fbt T;Beckct>.jn U^traiKU i;   .  ^; Th Mx.-^ NORTQN.^usg^^irt Gildenifquare. " -1        ,   .   ,   by.the afe __     ^   ^ 7> ^, r________, m v teerf. affliftetJfoT i^any' years^wi^i^a moA.in^et^te^fcurvy, J whicsh a^>peareo; in large fa&tehes and (,ofberj eruptions,\ on.moft parts of my 'boo% iiid^after havkig been in an Hp/pital fen; 4ir.ee .months^ ^nidifcliari^frarn^trtence, as'iricurabte) rrierlts my moft fmcere- acknowledge-^ menps ;I beg you will p,ujjlifti thk extraenlinaryourel^ itfriay be the me'ans"of^'relieving, others,; affifted in tiieilike matitier. .    A^FE^A PR IO"R. Hay^e^-hill,Cplflr^WFidd^ -Ncw^b, 'i 7 73.     f tWijnefles tothe:aiboyetciure^;; - * % ^ *    *  ' George ^dervvoodV'B^th-rftreet, Cold bath: Fields. / John Towier^Warn'er-'ftr^ Coldrbath Fields.;, Hobett-'Do'^iey; Cwii-fajaor, in, Dorrington-flree^ ^ploVbath.FieWs; *#* Any. perifon, ilBl doubtful of-tlie efficacy uscmedicih9# may ;(by]a|^lyi/ig; torl^r^Norton^ furw geOT,.th^' vreft-Sile o| tcoWen-fquare, war-^Wccadiliy, 1 London^ fh� orfy,Au|hOr'and^ drops, aretbloyiit'bottles at'6s. ^each1) be, -ftrUy.con-r: vinced of .riwire&c^s^ by-bdr^Tefe^red to nfanyj pebplgpi credHj wji^fcaye been dtfreaiof the leprofy/ fcurvy^ulcers^ tbe ^iljr.fiaiula^ ,pite, tongicontimied inflamniarjbns. bf,tM. ye& and .^eryrQther difoider ^iu^^roiifr\ They, maybe^ tak addrefs the.towr^^ "^without   peathisvhigh fenfe of the obligation h^5> owes to ,tljp benevolence^ of ;the> le^(latufeF; a\s wefl' i^:Ttb the'indufgence of his creditors, the nrft ^ remdviQ|r # ktty&ffiGtfts&^wd^fy ffcj^d^*alIow^ium^ to:earryvthefe. meatlsTinto' \e^pcutioo4 - Some of his; creditors-have.:even accepted I'lotjefy tickets,,as a fatisfafti^-f^-yery;]aj^.;dem mds>; '^aftd Others wliofe gco^lnefche iball, eternally i;emem-|ber-with the moft grateful' feofibiiity* have in tfe "?mWft of alLhk embarFafTrnentsgerieroufly relied with |an implicit confidence upon his integrity. - A few |n^ntHs henow( :hopes -will perfe&ljrenable hhriiiot ifoAy'ip pay. tfe^p �iacipal, hut the intereft of all his gdehts," and "{u*6ve him. not entirely unworthy?either, ^of-that NAVY.OFFI?E? Jan. 5, 177^. X^JBm^ASby *n< AB puffed ihe Idft ent parliament drawing near to its diffolution, * andinn tereft making every where foe ; a new one, confideratians* tb^refore�; on fo important and* critical a jun&ure; cannot b& ftfriites tlie happinefeofi ^ free * people; toijfiftar; in th^ir feing, gbyerned by laws of their own  ,,' jj^ja&T Wheats By" the "bocks ^of the )ftiidjhipsi tl?at they\ikave been afiUaly borne andmufiered tbertm, for the /pace of four years [during tie late war   ^7r arenHtfhin}M&fyrfJaz/l defmption, that they. la/e forthwith [M.- ly t*. lH* effitJo M ad~. tyjfted- 'to tkef^.bouMpj a^d at tktjame.time io deliver afijl0}\t&ijk.ips they, baveferye(�in+ pany ^hipb. b r>as been ionoured with^ by the beri p$ parlfament. ; j N.     ;No money will be taken at 4;he :door, iW*Hl any perfons, ^e admitted b�t with the ticket =of admittance'fold with the lottery ticket.  The tickets pf one guinea admit but one^ thofe at a guinea and a half admiE two perfons. 'it l- An   E n ti re   New   Work, 4 To be comprized in only forty-eight numbers, r MaHng four large volumes in oftavO. On Saturday the \ yb inft* will be publijhed. .    Price Six-pence, Embelliflied � with a- cuHoqs frontifpieee, mod ele* \ gantly-engraved,;(the whole to contain upwards 0/ two hundred figures,t:finely, engraved on copperplates of inftruments, machines, animals, 5cc. ne-ce/Taiy to iliilflrate and elucidate the work,) together with-an affidavit made before a pr.ffper ^a0trate^ thaf tMy haw nqt enjoyed ike benefit�-- 'if.twjt $f^fiafiifcalliving or preferment from the it own ortyherwayspfjhefrejent annual *value' ^ffifyl pounds\ between the ift of January and \ xfi �f P. ecz^f?er 1773,, in order, that lifts may ;e made ,,op^'fpt' paymfnt of the aforefaid bounty;      " ' ' ;" \' fpopu?oifsand e^end^fEn^m,{^tn^l&uif :Of^t>emmoiis,; properly fpeaking, -is no morhv ^han g court "of delegates, appointed and com-r irhiijoned bythe whole diffufea: V^iy] of the! ?;pf9B?? of .GreatBritaih, .'to; fgeak* tfietr "fenf^; apd-.aS. in ibeir, ifame, in order to fecure their;' T$hts#nd privileges againft ail encroachments, ^rm-flifpQfed'Princes, rapacious minifters, bt\ afpiripg nobles. ;/ ,       . :..The Hpufe of Commons being JnyeSe^! with art^.aniimited pp\ver for this purpof^, atvl' having almo-ft in every vote the. lir^:ntes,ajh4' prorjerties {5f a whole nation, at vrJiefr.difriofaIif_ any-rn%n wlio hath any regard for himlTd^for his. countiry, or his pofterity, ought Jo lake the y ^^^^ the .choice of his reprereita-itiyes, and contribute all his endeavours to-: Wards filling that auguft houfe \vith perfpns of* integrity and ability, who are" duly quali|edf  and properly difpofed, to execute ihe" reac N U M B � k I. Mr. ^or|q5l4wiringi&lp$iCeti1&ed^iat-bjs bottles, bills^^rarectibln/tDgether with his hand-writing, have been counteriekieU 'in order jQrjinppfe^on ihepublica ^uii0u^M^^me;^^ ^aredanVs):Drops, he tber^fare ^ope^&^theiiP*hea1trr,s-fatce,i th^ will be extr^dy-ca^ttous^ Theft iops^are.in Square l^otttes, -wlth'the foUoWm^^ntcnptrcti^^  ,b^lrfdkr,iintR-lan?^;Comhiil j Mr. Burchell's the Aopd^ ^cicia^e,-Lo^ book- felle?j^To;ii, %&)gate ptlgh-ftreet 5 P, ShatwellY, opi pofite ^Adelphi Bdilalngs, 'Strand^. - Mrs.jPidding^ ton's:AMiflc; ffibfe;i ttb;:78/ Snbw-bili;;Well Smith-fieid^ Mr*.Rpbirtfon?5, the corner of Crofty-fquare, Bifhc^^te-|Ereet:j. .at Deerihg*s Carpet^warehbufe in Kew^ortl'ftreet," Longracre 5; Mr. Smith's, No. 15, Paterrio^r-row \ Pxydfs Floorcloth Warehoufe, fa-cing.C^vw^etj'5Sd,a^rd 3 - WS; 'St^'s, No. 39, in the Borough \ Mr, Newton%rthe corner of Union-ftreet, Weftniinfterj Mr. Briftol's, tobaccohiij, Strata .ford5 Mr. Bethwin's, Greenwich; Mr. Forreft's, jeweller, near the Red Lion, Highgate, and at Mr. Richard SanJum'S; at Parifcrd, The odier articles by -gentlemen particularly con-yerfant in tjhe refpefiive fubjecls they have undertaken to explain. London v printed for the Authors, and fold by O. Kearfly, No. 46,,Fieet-ftreet, and aj] other bookfel-lers, ftationer*, &c. in Gnat Britain and Ireland. Though all the Diftionaries of Arts and Sx;ten-ces hitherto publi/hed, abound with pompous promises in their -title-pages, they have totally, omitted the moft ufefiil, inrfruc>ive and entertaining articlei. They promife to treat of geography, biography; chronology, and hiftory,. but if you wiU.examine the contents, you will not find a defcription of any kingdom or cjty, the life of any Eminent perfpnage, or an account of any remarkable aera. It fhall be our task to fupply thefe defect, and to/treat copioufly on thefe tflfential fciences above mentioned. The articles inferted in this Dictionary of Arts and Sciences, which are omitted.in all ethers, will be marked with an afterifm, thus *f        , It is moftlyto thatipifft of pppofition, whleh is top general amongft perfons x>� ?every''profeffion, that we owe the publjcstianiof �the ntimem^ magazines now printed; and tteencreafing number-of thefe produc-, tions has occaflojicd abarrennefs in their literary con, tents, which renders the peru.fal rof them extremely difegreeable to readers bf tafte or judgment. It may cheiefore be faidj without yrefumption, that a maga-zirie cannot fail of sbdng; acceptable to the public, which contains theyaluabie,parts.of " all the refti,"v: and feparates them^ from the abfurdities with which-tiiey oare furripunded:' ,The inrrijinc excellence of fucb a workjnuft- beJobviou^R> every one i' and it w^ili be further improyed by a fetbf elegant copper-plates, executed fay thb mo/l ingenious intha^pfofeHlon. � ^ theilift of 'books, ttken from the Reviews, fuch only will be inferted as are favourably fpoken of^ it feehgg toconfifrenrwith "theTplah of this work to ex-p^offiL the w eaknefs of an. Ill-j udging wri ter, or tranf-mit^s follies down to ftfture ages. Proper extracts wiJJ=aIfo be made from the beft new books and pam-pljlettj and a correfKondeoce is eftablifhed for the oc- rv4^�^fu^ 9(^igN� Articles.. will foon fpread itfelf through all ranks and-ordeJB.pf men, efpecially when it begins the .fountain, head, A fpiritof bafenefs, jprdf-, titution* apd venality, will introduce want.-and fervility of jmi.nd, and the common people at length, by the influence of lazy ha,-bits, decay of trade, and powerful example^ wUl.confent to give np their birjrh-right, like Efau, for a mefs of pottidgei-This was the-cafe of. the Roman commonwealth of old, , and of - others ofvmucfc later date   luxury andprofuienefs led the way to indigence /and effeminacy, .wiuch prepared the. minds of the people for corruption, and corruption for fub-je'&ion, as they have co^ftantly fucceeded one another, and will do fo again, in the iaraecir^ cumftances, in all countries, an , made for it from time to tin*e in the Hoafe:-of Commons; and hiflory wl! inform us, that whenever by force or fraud vye-lpfe rh*t-balwark, our liberty will not long- fubfiih. When the freedom of that parliament which had fo llrenuouily oppofed the proceedings of King Charles the Fitftt waa afterwards-in�* vaded by the arms and ftratageni& of Crom* well, the fubverfion of oar conftitutiofc in church and ftate immediately -followed 5 and the attempts that vy^re made to corrupt parliaments, after the reftorauon, were thought tb be of fuch pernicious confequence,, that they have produced feverai excellent laws and*. orders for preferring the liberty of thofe- a�   

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