Get 1 more page view just for Liking us on Facebook
We are retrieving your image from the archive...
We are converting your image into tiles...
Morning Chronicle And London Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 8, 1774, London, Middlesex J 4 .__ H r _ F + J. - * KING'S T AT the KIN G' s THE AT R E, in the HAY-MARKET, THIS DAY, Will be performed a;New Serious Opera, called LUC h O . V E R O. y Signor SACCHINI, And other eminent eompofers. The principal characters by Signer MIL L I C O, And Signora CECILIA DA VIES, detta Ingle fina. End of the Firft A Grand Serious Ballet, with a Grand Cliaconne, By Signor M A R I OS T T-1 N I, And other principal Dancers. End of the Second Act, A Grand Comic Pantomime Ballet, called La Bagatelle, By SignorBOCCHINI, Signora MAZZONI, And other principal Dancers. * End of the Opera A Grand Herojc Comic Pantomical Ballet, called ORFEO e E U R I D I CE, Orfeo by Monfieur PITROT, Euridice by Ma*dame MPMI FAVI E RE. ^ The other characlTS of the Dance by * -Sfgnor Mariottinii Signor Bocchini, Mademoifelle T^ina Favier, Signora Mazzoni, And other principal Dancers. With New Clothes, Scenes and other Decorations. Pit and Boxes to be put together j and no perfon to be admitted without Tickets, which will be delivered at the Office at Half a Guinea each. L Firft Gallery sS. Second Gallery 3s. By Their MAJESTIES Command, No perfon whaefcever to be admitted behind the fcenes or into the crcheftra. The Doors to beopeined 'at Half an Hour after Five, And to begin exaclly at Seven o'clock. Vivant Rex �f? Retina* Ci^ Tu?fd5y next a New Comic Opera called La CONTB&'SIMA. The Poetry "by Signor Cokeilini poet to the Emprefs of Ruflia. - The Mufic by M. Gazman, Compoferto the Emperor. D R U R Y - L A N E, T the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane, THIS DAY will be prefented A new Dramatic Entertainment, called _ T" A A M TALE. \ The principal Characters by Mr. Vernon, Mr. Bannifter, Mr. Wefton, Mr. Parfuns, Mr. Champnes, Mr. Dimond, S$r. Ackman, Mr. Wright. Mr.*Burton, Mr. Griffith, Mr.'W. Palmer, Mr.' Wright en, Mafter Blanchard, Mr. Fawcett, Mr. Kear,. Mr. Blanchard, Mrs.-Scott, Mrs. Hunt, Mrs. Johnflon, Mifs Pla^fi, . And Mrs. SMITH. 1 - The Dances by.Sig Como,Sig. Grimaldi, Mr. Atkins. Sig- Giorgi, Signora Crefpi, Mrs Sutton, Signora GioFgi, &e.- ^ With- a PROLOGU E; After which a new O V E RTU R E. New Scenes, Dreffes,- Mufic, 1" , Decor^tit nsi . With en tert a i n4i ENT-S, NoPerfQnto be admitted behind the Scenes-, nor any Money returned afcerthe Curtain is drawn up. The doors to be -opened at Five,, andVbegin exa�Uy: at " ' :7\ ' . . Six o'clock. 7 GO V E N E i. - T the Theatre Royal in Covjent-Garden, ' This Day, will be prefented L O V E in a V I L LA G E. Jnftice: Woodcock, Mr: SBUTER: Hawthorn, Mr. Feinholdj Young Meadows, Mr. Mattocks; Sir W. Meadows, Mr. Baker; ' Euftace, Mr., Dyer; Hodge, Mr. Dunftall; Deborah, Mrs. Pitt;. Margery, Mrs. Baker 5 Lncinda, Mrs. Mattocks ROfctta, Mtfs C ATLE.Y, . To which will be added4 A New Pantomime Entertainment, (5th time) called The Or, HARLEQlHN's ThP Untie'entirelv new S Y L P H S: s GAMBOLS. Harlequin, Mr. LEWES; Principal Sylph, Mift .BROWN. -The other Characters by Mv. Quick, Mr. King, Mr. Wignell, Mr. Fox Mr. Baker^ Mr. Thompfon, Mr. Banks, Mr. Wild,. Mr Hatris, Rfr. Davis, Mr.,Hollingfwort\ Mrs. Pitt Mrs. Wiliems, Mrs. Helme,Mrs. White, Coiombine, Mife'-^W^ S T. . The Dances by Mr. Fiifhar, Mife^alois, Mifs Capon. With new Scenes, Machines^JcPTesand Decorations. - The' whole to cbnclude with A Capital Scene* never exhibited, by Servandoni. The Doors to be opened^at Five o'clock, ^ To beginexalHy at SIX. Places for the Boxes to be iiad (only) of Mr, Sarjant at the Stage Door. Monday next �a#7/ be publijbed, price ix. 6d. - The Third Edition of The duellist, A C O M E D-Y, As it was afted at the Theatre Royal, Coveat-garden. - _ . - To which is prefixed, An accoint of the unprecedented meafares that have been taken to fuppxefs its reprefentation. Printed for the Author^ and fold, by Meff. Dilly, in the Poultry; Domville, at the Royal Exchange; Newbery, tudgate-ftreet; Williams, Fleet-ftreet, Evans, in trie Strand; and Riley, Curfitor-ftreet, May. fair, '_____ * Th eap silks. JOjSEPH allanson,. at. the Golden >vLion, in St. Clement's: church-yard, has on fale, by commiflion, the entire ftock of Mr. JOHN D U T H O I T, of Church-ftreet, Spitalfields, retiring from bufinefs.-His flock confiftsofrich brocades, damasks, fatdnsj tiflbes, watered tabbies, pao*-ii's,&;c. whieh, for the; fake of immediate fale, Mr. Duthoit has put atleaft 30 per cent, under pr me cofl. J. Allanfon humbly begs leave to affurethe nobilify and gentry^ the above ia'eis not in the leaft connec-ted'with his ufual trade, and that he has at all times a grea$ variety of the moft fafliionable filks properly adapted for each ftafon of the year, on the moft r�a- ibnable terms. ; Great choice of black filks, Norwich crapfel and bombazeens. MESS. B A CjH and A BE L beg leave to acquaint the nobility and gentry fub-fcribers to their Concerts, that the firft will be on -Wedhefday next, under the direction, for that night, of Mr. ABEL. No perfcnwill be admitted without tickets, and no tickets but thofe of the night will be admitted. � The tickets are transferable as ufuai,. Ladies to I-a-di^s, and'Gentlemen to Gentlemen only. The Ladies Tickets are Red, and the Gentlemens Black. For the more commodious coming to and going from the Concerts, the nobility a d g�rttry are moft humbly requefted to be particular in ordering their coachmen to fet them down and take them up at the dbor.in.Sohorfquare, with, their horfes heads towards Frith-.ftreet. � Attendance is given every day from Ten to Two o'clcclf, at Mr. Bach's, No. 80/ Newman-ftreet, to deliver the tickets, on producing -Mr. Drummond's receipt. ;� m ____. _._________ \ GENUINE BRITISH .'INK: ; Invented and fold by! M. LATTER, Stationer, in Reading, Beiks. . i SOLD wholefale only alrd retail, * by Mr. Hand, ftationer,. No. 409, Oxford-ftreet, London, and by the Proprietor at Reading, by either of whom all country ftationers and mopkeepers may be fupplied. 7'he daily increafing demand for this ink, is a flronger .proof of its really fuperlative excellence, than volumes of authenticated aflertions in its favour. Sold retail,- by-Mrs. Crew, in CJoak-lane 5 Mr. Wilfon, in Chancery-lane ; Mr. Fridden, in Fleet-ftreet; Mr. Matthews, at Oxford; Mr. Matthews, at Cambridge ; Mr. Dawfon, at Bath; Mr. Baker, a; Southampton; Mr. Green, at Highworth, arid in fe-veral o her parts of the kingdom. , t 1 F INN, Hair-dreffer,. PRefents his New Invention /to fuch Ladies and Gentlemen as have Hair growing bad on their Forehead or Temples. It is oh fo curious a conftrudHon, that it is neither wove nor fewed, nor ribbon nor filk, nothing but mere natural hair. It is fixed on in a moment, and evtn the weirer cannot difcern it from the natural growth, without the aid of any composition of pomatum whatever. This invention is not to be equalled with, any of the kind yet produced either in England or abroad. It is imppffible to defcribe'it: it is fufdeient to fay, it will deceive the moft curious'inspector'. Wigs made on the above curious conftruclion. Likewife I have at enipted to-faciliate the Ladies in their trouble of having their hair dreffed.. tIn that c^fe, I have notpiUy. full drefTqd caps, tut a great va- -j riety of full head-drtrTe>, wheh any lady may put on . all at once; the flowers," laces, ribbons, or jewtls, mixed and fixed with the csiis ; the whole in:one moment is put-on without giving the I sailtrouble. Like-wife toupees of air forts; and if any lady or gentTeman has ever; feui die fame invention before, T tfelire na--thing fermine. ' ; ... -:. Pleafe to direel:' to the abovcmvntionelt name, ip Lower Brookwftreet, Grofv nor-fquare/where a greit;1 variety-of all forts may be fe*n^. t ' >' This Day ate pubJijbed>' ~\ The Third Edi ion,'-" Nearly printed in two fmall vols, octavo, (Dedicated to Mrs. Montaeu). ETTERS on the IMPROVEMENT of . the MIND. AddrerTed to a Young Ladyi By Mrs. OFT A PONE. I consider an human foul without-education, like mar ble in the quarry,, which fheWs none of.-its inherent -beauties till the skill of the polifner fetches out the colours, makes the.furface fliir.e, and difcovers every ornamental cloud, fpot, and vein that runs through the body of it. Education, after the fame manner, when it works upon a noble, mind, draws out to view every latent virtue and perfection, which without fuch helps are never able to make ' their appearance. . Addasom.. Printed for J Walt-r, at. Homer's Head," Charing-~ crofs; and fold by E. and C. i illy, in the Poultry. (j^'The continuing rapidYaie of thefe'letters has fully evinced how highly they are approved by the public, who-efteem the book a moft deferable one for every young lady. � ... " To the Gentlemen of the Faculty. This Day ispublijhed, price is. Containing Eighty Pages of Letter Prefs, printed on an elegant Type, Number I. (to be continued the firft of every month) T o F HE MEDICAL MAGAZINE; or, General Repofitory of Practical Physic and Surgery. ^Calculated for the aid and affiftance of the rtiyfician, pie Su'Tgeon, the Apothecary, the Chemift, and the private Gentleman; and cfTentially neceffary to conduct Medical Students and Hofpital Pupils,- " -- By a SOCIETY^ of GEN TLB MEN, of the'different branches of the prorefBon. London ; printed for the authors, and fold by G. Kearfly, No. qfyi Fleet-ftreet; and by all other bookfellers in Great-Britain and Ireland., To the PUBLIC. The authors of this work have divided the arduous taflc, each Gentleman executing the particular branch of the practice ty which he has particularly devoted himfelf. 1. The modern practice of phyfic, laid down on a new, iimple, and extehfivejplan, will compofe fix-teen pages of the Medical Magazine., 2. A compleat fyftem of furgery, as atprefent prac-tifed in theior-don arid Paris Hofpitals, will alfo be given In the courfe of the work; fixteen pages of which will be iaferted in every number. 3. Each .number will contain the fame quantity of a new comprehenfive Medicinal Dictionary. '." 4. A * body * f practical chemiftry will, we apprehend, be found an article of equal util ty. 5. A courfe of anatemy and phyfiology. 6. Judicious criticifrhs on authors of" the higheft credit will be admitted into this work. : 7. We (hall enrich our magazine with tranilations of the beft medical.books publifhed abroad.1 N. B. The different articles will be feparately paged, fo as to admit of "their" being bound as feparate and complete volumes, as they are refpectively finifhed in the courfe of.the work ; by which means, at the mo- purchafe" rpHE Nobility and Gentry, fubferibers to " IK thispkee, are acquainted/ that the entertain rfttent for �he enfujng feafon will be conducted upon the following plan ; That it; be opened by fubfeription for twelve nights. :" That each fubfcriber, on pay ng (;x guineas, have twelve tickets; which may be ufed on any of the nights, at the pleafure of die fubfcriber. ^. That there be a grand Cencert of New Mufic, Vocal and Inftrumental: V'ith refrefhments of tea, coffee, cakes, orgeat, capillaire, lemonade and jellies. -' That; the rooms be opened for the fubferibers on Mondayy the zqihe of January, and every fucceeding Monday^t; feven o'clock in the evening, and that the Goncert begin'at eight, and end about ten. ' Should the nobility and gertry form any parties for dancing, proper bands of mufic will be ready for that purpoie. ; * The proprietors j in order to render the entertainment as agreeable to the fubferibers as poffiMe, have engaged Dr. Arnold and Mr. Vento as compofers and cond u'clors .of the concert. : Mr^ Giardirii will had the band, and the vocal parts will be. performed by Signora de Salvagni, Mrs. Weichfel, Mr. Leoni, Signior Sandali, and others. THe.concert will be divided into three parts; two of which will on one night be Italian, with a piece of Engluliintervening; and the next night two of English, with a piece of Italian intervening; and "fo on alternately through the fubfeription. rgf* Subfciiptions wiil be received, and tickets delivered after the icth of January, at the Office, every day, ^between the hours of ten in the morning, and four in the afternoon. II-. - - ...... ' " - - NAVY-OFFICE, Jan. 5,-177^ WHEREAS" by an Aft paffhd the lafi \ � Ruie Britannia.'1 . Sejjion of Parliament\ money now cam-pleated to far exceed their original perfection, and Mr. Cox to render the entertainment ftill more agreeable has introduce 1 a new concert of mufic com, pofed by Mr. Theodore Smith, for his mechanical band, which concludes with the celebrated air of and two fallings a day to fifteen more chaplains % nvho ba
Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!
Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.
Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!
24 hours a day Monday-Saturday
Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!
"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.
"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.
"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.