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   Morning Chronicle And London Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 10, 1774, London, Middlesex                                M;0 KIP a Y. T'i! i.r in'; 'iin Price .Two? pence HaiT-:p.af:nY. /    ' , t  sin G'�Mm 1  "         ' HAY/MARKET, " ' ^-MORROW,   � ,   A New Cdmfc Opcfa, Galled L A  CO:8:T E Si S I N A; Tlie'/ttufic 1by M/;GASWAir, '     -' :    ThepdncipatTbaTaclers^hy    * Signer SCHIROLV Sighor EOCHBTTlt, M. WEBBS; Signer MICH3U,jf,   i$�pf� LQW, >iun4Sisn^raMA^Cirei^I. .   EndofthVFirftAd '�' ; A Grand Corn1ci*aht6mhne Balletycallea La Bagatci&" By S�g^ BOCCHlNl, ^g^fBM^SWW"^1?? -    En Firft Gallery .a-S�a^GaUe^.jSi; By Their -M A ^ E- ST; RE S; Command* Noper&nvrharfoevcr to be admitted behjnd the fcenes or Into the orchejira. | The Doors to be opened at Half- an "Hour* after Five, ' ."And tot^gih'ekaftly * SeveiiJp'cioclJ. Fiva*t Rtx-t3'Retina. '"ttST On Saturday 'nest (for the^fiftj time) XUCI0 VERO; �� � -    . - : j    -:.','� D R U R Y -LAN E, ,   (For the Benefit of theAathor)  . T the theatre Royal  in jfrrl&y-Laiie, vTHlS DAY wlH'fce p'refenfed    -,'t A new Dramatic Eritertainmfric, called" A hew Comedy ($th time) called, The SCHOOL for WIVES.   Tlie principal xharaSers: by Mr. Kin g,    ; Mr. Reddifli,      - Mr. Wefton,: : Mr. Moody, -Mr. Palmar*   .   Mr.JBreretoa,     ,  Mr. Baddeiey, Mr.W.Palmer,       Mf. Griffiihy  '  " Mafler Cape, Mfls Vouri*e, Ms. Hopkins, Mrs. Grecjlie,-Mifs Jarratt,: Mrs. Millidge, And * Mrsv- A B J N G T jb ,N, -With ai&OfcOGUEandEMLGGtiE,,     . " No Perfon'to be.adwitte^vbefjinoijie Scenes,.nor any Money returned af^ef tteCurtaio is dr^�n yp., .The doors to fe opened at^/ve/arid-"begin ejatlly at "  " '       ' Sfttd'cfbtk.' �' -        Boxes s.   PifjW yirft-Gat. as.;- Vpp^r^&oi. it. Places to be Uken^of Mr. Juhdfto/i attke Stage Door.    --.-> .,.     ^ the Xfe^e'Rfty^iCaveat: Gardeo^ of Mr. ....... ,________ r_______________   no thefc pf*c nisht yi^l te*btittt& j^4MgiMitf *ticrf* in ortoing their ggi?^ " " ..� AltawUnce b-riven etfwy day from Ten to' Two' o'cJ;pIr,.� Mr. Baca's, No. 80, {fewman-fireet, to the tickett, on prodttcins MrrDrafliMoae?s A3 This pay, wlU V ���-����*:)�''�� '.. .  - > / - ' Alicia, Mife MILLER,} ., ..       wWc^wiUi* added, A NewPanfonume Eptertauuhent^ (^Ui.'tJme)' .caSed        r- '; � F]H S: * GAMffbtS. The Mufic ,mirely rTew, 03^ Mr.' Fitter. - Harlequin* Mr; L B W fe'*r' " Vrinclp^al SylphiiMift^B^fc W N. . T*eothers*" *   *' Mz, Quick, Mr. King, Mf^WskAlf Mr. Fox. Mr. Baker, Mr. ThjanpffiJ^ Mr.sBanloi Mr. %HA, Harris, Mr. Davis, MrV HoffiMlvrorth, Mr$. Pitt. Mrs; Wiliemsj Mrs;HeIrne,Mw/Whitt� ' * � i   Coiortobirie,   M5Ts   T JBT.IS I The Dan�s by Mr. FKhar,JWIfe-Val(^ Tffith new Scenes, Machine%J3reaci and Decwratfarp. ' 7 tache .whote;to,coDc]ude:mch' A Capital Scene,, never exb^K age Oosr. . - ^ C H E A Y S 11*'% $':     J-TOSEPKAttANS^,..^      GoHen J titn, in St.'Cfeiejat,� has onr fafc, *y corhmUifcrii     Vri^'^ft*d^ Bfti^J-O^H ?T; D U T H Of? T, �f OKttild^itM^ firing^from bxiul^^HisArt �l#if*^ W>-cades, dam^ks, iattkw, wa^eM pac- li^te. which, fer jh!e fi*e^f teime^ >*r. JDuttoit hasVbt at IeaftM per Mnt. unite1 w me Coftt and;gentry*-t^abdW^fefci^ a great 'varfty>f ^1? fi* iWhU^apflll* pr-^ ^daptedfor ^acfrfcafiin p| the year, 00 die m fbnabla teiins. -^�TtSpBi^BABe* -Uael^ filks^ Norwidi crapes and bombazeens. Ri"C"Hr SILKS.     Frort* 30 to 50 per cent under prini^coft, A Large (3iuanri^r t� be? SO LOj ..     - ; - Qonfitting-of.. Gold and fitver ftufis, velvets* brocades, tuTues* da- -snaslES, dower'd fattins, &c. &c. At x!h� warehoafein TaviftocK-ftree^. Covent-'ganien. No. i6i Hate TwfdaleS3 By. JO SH-ir a 1, AWTON; and Co. (From.th�Feadiej^Cbeapfide) MTntch       toa>JMately d^ppfjld of in & fitort time> and.are the che8peft,ever om'red to the public. For the fake.of difpatcl^ and to prjsveat trouble, the toWeft pFice is rnsrked ort^aieji piece. -Note. Tthey are well worth the attention of merchants who may want fuch^oods for expoVtatiop. * �re, with dieir horfes heads towards MtlBBtTKi IN SIRRING GARDENS. C 6 X fbegr-- Mve refpeftfttily to .. . SCfCnirt the ptftlreitrjaf his MUSEUM in its irh^rdroSRate will-be opened in thecburie of the en-fuins week, ioA be can with gfWt truth declare that tKb'everypi�ceb^ongingiphisfuperb coUeaion, in its-former &to, hj|:beeri ta^en afanrfer,l6 obtain the benefit a~ t^etat 'i^c^iW^Bask^'^-1'^^' rhoR delicate jSfts of the ^me^^^eiii^tte&ired niy oiaterial-ibjtiry, notwithftandhtg^a cohllantiCxhi-bftioikftom twice .ro fix dmes a day itofrfe an; inter-val^pf eighteen months; and Mr, Cox to refcdvT the entertaiunent Rill inore a'greeabie has introddcei a hew concert of mufic compofed by Mr. T'. Smith, which u performed by his. m-chanical'band, and concludes with ; the celebrated air of � Rule.Brirannia." The capital articles a�ideain the irpproved fta.te.of theMUSEUM, amongfl which is the perpetual motion, will Mr. COX fiatters hrmfulf as much esossd the expeftationsof the worid^ as they fraitfcendthe powers of his defcription. If he 4ms hitherto -exhibited any thing which: dsterved praifc,�he has now many things to/hew, which muft excite wonder. .Let theg^-neral curioAty be never fo ardenr, he is vairi enough to think .that ;,it .will not only be. grStified, but fur-pafled, andlsfiiUyperfuaded, mould this happily prove ttielcsf,- that.theammente labour, as wejlas theim-menfe expence. he has been at, in compleating his viorlcs, will be amply rewarded �� by --the munificence of the public. . Mr. COX cannot on this occafion addrefs the town, without, repeating" his high fehft of the-pbHgarion he omjband, ftoddie. vood pains .will: be p^fYolrmed by" .STgndra* de Salv^ghT,' Mrs. JWeicnjI^ MrVLeoAi,Sign! or Sandali, and others.  ' The* concert. wlD - be divide)} into three parts; tw� of whjcjj.wnl on .onenig*^be Italian^ with a piecfeof Er^iminterveningi-arid die nt*fnight"two'ofEng liflV'wtih a jfiece" dT Italian intervening} and fo on a!ternateiy through the fubfcription.' ' ^-^dolfeTp livere4'atthe -Omce.i every day, between the hours of"tenSai thfrmmning,;andjour in tbeaf^moon^ 1'. -i^-iti'i,    .-, � . ,   1 n ...... 1   -  .   1 JNAVY-O.PSiCB, Jan.-6, 1774. JL" of'biiMajtj^sNavy ' gtoe riiffce, \jrbirton. Friday, ifo^&tyjlrfr tiift; at one1 o'eloei, fh^wiil%rtady'fp 'treat nxii'th fuck perjbns 4, art ^wilting *> fupptj His Mhjify^ fard 'al.Vbttfwmh, with PLATERIR'S" WARES'^ m)^filing contraa, thdtihey'm/ ~-"~Jquitlr. ttehrpropyids accordingly.; " ' � '* *-'       - "    �J'- fci&1fetf  npHE MODERN  DICTIONARY of j| ;'AS.TS. and SCIENCES, or, Compkie SyftefB of Lite arure. In which will be introduced^ every nwfeffl iiripiovemerH: that has been^nade therein by* ti^ feamed and ingenious of^this ,^>r_ any, qther.; n* tion; more particularly thofe vajuabtedilcoverie* that Itave -been communicated by feveral .members.  affllfled in shelikewianner. AMELIA . P RIO R. ljKay-ft�eei-hni,Cold-bath-Fields, Nov. 50^^773. WioWfles to the above cure, Geotge-Underwood, Bath-ftreet, Cold bath Fields, fohri Fowler, Warner-ftreet, Cold-bath Fields. Robert DdWiey, Corn-faclDr. in Dorrington-ftr^et, Cold-barh Fields, r. *�* A�y perfon, fttll doubtful of the efiicacy of tanis meditine; may "(by applying to Mr. Norton, fur- fLewtan, the only Author and Proprietor, wrrerethele| *A^a�eaW in botdes'at 6s. eacH) be fully con- 1 viisaad�|.chdr gopdeSeAs^ by being referred to many "s.of credit, who hive been cured of the leprofy, ulcej*, the-evii^lfiftulas/p'les, long-continued ^nations' of the eyes," and every other diforder Stfijti; frniti >a foufae&tf thehl6od. They may be lafcent fts^ an fixAUMng^tbe botde. ^lioftcA having lately dhcoyered thathisT>ottles, bt^ewwurtfelted, Fn order to impofe: the publics a fpuiious medicine for his {Mareaaet's) - Drops, he ^Uwiefoce' hoRes, for their, health*B-fake, they will be extremely cautious of whom they buy them. . f~ ' tf^B. The^^rops: are in fquare> bottles, with the fallowing ihfedptien on, them, viz^j�hn Norton, only Proptfttor and Author:�f Maredant's Drops." �, ffe Theft drops are fiild (by Mr  PiddingT ton's Mufic fliop, ^0^78, Snowrhill, .Well ;Smjth-fie#; M^Robertfcn'is, the corner of Crofby-iquare, Bifiwpl^&s-ftreet; at Deering's CaqjetVwarehoufoin Ne>w^c�-(treet,' Lohg-^crej Mr. Smith's, No; re, Patertbflsr-Vow j PrywrV Floor-cloth -Warehoufe^ facing Craven-ftreet, Strand^ Mr.-JSt eetrs, No. 39,: in the.Borough;. Mr, Newton's, the comer: of Unien-Itreet, Wefhniofter; Mr. Briftol's, tobaccbntfttStratf> ford,: Mr. Bethwin's,- ^Greenwich \ Mr/ Fdrreft't, jeweflt;r,,heai' th> Red Lion^lllghgate, and- ajt Mr: Richard Sanham's, at Danfor^i - w -Tor the LADIES. -  Daughters of Albion; on Our Lays attend, AOd fm ilepropi tious on your anrajaJ friend. This Day is puidijhed, (For your ptriicufar ufe and entertammert) . Price is. neatly bound in red, with pockets for letters. and ornamented with two beautiful defigns. -The firft, a i eprefentation of our amiable Quain at her Needle-work Academy, attended by the ingenious Mrs Wright, and the young Ladies under her in ftruftion, in the fashionable drefleftof 11773.  The fecond, On a larger feale, exhibits the grand naval review, in which is delineated his Majefly George III. viewing his fleet at Spithead, done from � drawing made at PortfmOuth by an eminent mip-painter. Thewhole engraved by Mr. James ray lor.    . THE Ladies moft elegant and convenient POCKET-BOOK., for the year 17^4.  Com- ________ ____________tw   piled annoaUyat-the requeft of fcve al Ladies of qui- H$t^i^atu^ fapb^"w&nirhaii*wAft�gi baye4J�7� undei' the immediate infpeaion of the Right Hon. Lady Dorothea Annefley Du-Bois, by whom the poetical addrefs totheLadies-is written. Contain-talning, betides the rieceffdry ruled" pages, judicioufly adapted for memorandums ant*expenses, a profead-drefstCyWLadies;-acorreAUft of hpiidays andVe^f markable days 4 the interefiing particulars of -her Wa-|:ieRy's^Nsed^e?workvAcatt\jmy-; account of the n^val-i review at Portfmdudi^ pub^fhed by the King's aiithb * rity; various.pieces of original poetry, rebuffes. and enigmas, new fongs, cOunt.y dances, marketing ta !bles. &c;   -----       : Printed.forF^ Newheryy.thc corner of St. Paul's 'Chureh-yard, and John Wheble, in Ave-Maria-lane three doors from Ludgate-ftreet. ^ TheLadresaremnlJrefpeeKully informed, that ho endeavours haVebeeh wanting to render this plea; fingand ufefuljJittl�produ  general,, will be particular not to fufjfer any otheV Pocket book to be obtruded on them in-place of the above, Tjbiervirigfhat it has the gtand Naval Review, and the Queen's Needle-work Academy as frontifpie* ces, andthe names, Newberyand Wheble, at the hot-tprd. QfjheiU.de page, , NEW Ivfl^SlC ic* the 'GtrrtTA*. Wit day it fkbkjhei* BVdefireof f^ral La^ieSah* Gentlenietf, �., .y A Vhbice Colle&ibn   Jt% favourite SONGS funfcatVauxbaB) andjutthei JDefertcr, novx perfonaS�g;at the Tbeat^e. Royal in; Qrucy-raie> with.a-^ additio of theOyerpire Lai:.the" Defetter, T.wof ivonn^Randeaus, ttidnYnvc^rirer CbtiSpns, prbceriy aMapn^e^rdiat inlh-ooehl; wlttv* $a eafy'haf^ thtougiioot.J_   " j. i '- By D.: K I TT B      ftiwfaa.., , JLondooi Printed for the. author, and.felet4tUfa hnsie, Kb. i?t $t. Mardn's-ffreet, LeioMftw.Fleldsi and Mr! Raucne, in Chir^Ois'-ftreetj/St.' Martin's^ lane.     , � J ^-:- <. ,F^NCmG .a�d DA^CIN  hrie�da.and the pubjfe W; general, tha% he continues to teach at his KouutNo. 6, BalU aUev^-dreflVge yard", Lhmbard #rleti_ gfowjnr pAw fons nhd cni)dren the Mioue^ Coiintry'lJajiang,', Cotillon*, arrtPAHemandej by a nidthod-'-TOore1 tafy and concH'e than any now-praflilerl. Mi. Moffafd will engage tb qualify any lady) or gentleman in one njonJiavto bet: capable |#fj. pearing in any aftembiy with fatisf^cjjon to tliem--felves, pn modaate terms. . :. .. . . { , -Any lady or gftn\V?ijan (mjiy bje tau^ltt vpt^ the greateft privacy by appointing an hour.   " '" Likewife Fencing taught'bv Mr. Muflfard^t an^ hour. ' An Evening School for Fenclingr'       - P�r the Morkivg Cnitetti^LS. On D-U ELL I N G.        v . $h* CtkUal Dutlliftu    j. c:    % IGNfOR Camillo and Signior AUe&mdro (aalkeftefygQes^ two Fbrewioe nobler Wdb at, the Caffina, a^plaeepf reoocsr-voos in Florence* much.like-White's here, happened to bev bstns/e4 into a svertBth � leigtiage npan : an afair .0/ no great: intceftaace* Ofte, Wttrd ttcoted another, irifofn4t thit � the ex-preffions foW began to^o^ on either fidc^ l^Uliiudtfl^iac^Mc^ conftitotion thoa|[ht the readieQ way.to ccoI. it wool d be to pye A&eflkndroa Vo^qb th# ear. This proinpt expedient ^cordine^jr did'. JHodeedqaeoch the debate; but then tistne-diately the Avords not only of the difpatanta hat of all the bble cbmpany Were drawn., The contpany �ere for preventing the rage of ixtmpork courage in order t� .gain tine .6v fettle the fbVms�f the cdmbat.  Neverthe-lefs when, the bylra'hdefs perceived the ma-antagonifts abate 6f* their fury by'this ihttfr-pofibon; the friends on both fidei thought theymightmediftCe a peace With as mocbeafer as a trace; in'd actbrhhiodate fflatters'ifo asta�' prevent the efl&fionof kneient blriod. \Twb perfohs, therefoie, being firft abpoihted ia watch over Camilla and Alleffindro, tlie learned, duel lifts' (fo they term th'efnen effpe. cnlative valour fltilfed iri'fwprd htw) withtlrew to argue the point.  Th>j"e cafuifts-mots' they debated, the mote ihey eiitaijjjjed the? l|aelfedn" in di^cultifes. lj*the twb ^jtjemea; beipg adjudg^ to be;perfon> of e?c\i afli.Ac lift oighipr Antonio, a ma&of �reat figaaty aid invention applying hlmleir\o thi'Cliairman faid, tha't 10 h^ opinion a Ihbtt" irtemory' wia* no Jmbre a, derogation to a man of honour than to a rnah of wik\ that/thtrefere, If tfte two- worthieacoold be prevailed apdri'abfo-lutely to forget what had past* all difficulties! rnight be adjp^ed at ohce. /This propofal was received with a general' applanie, and" he was inlbtntlydiipaxched to wto*iper it to the parties,'. Who each of. them feparately agreed, to' the aaotimodatidn.  This bejngieported to the bbard the doors were thrown dpen wheKUpoh Signer Camillo and'Sighbr Al&f-fandto advancing, with equal j^acesV entered with! a finilct lift? Camillo" adareffin^ himierf to the; company faid, jje was very mach far-pfifed at'an idle furmt(e as if ne had beers guilty of a breach of civility Coward^ hisr worthy; friend Sigriibr AUeffandiPo'by giving Kini a box on the ear': that he came.thete trjrifrht himfeJf ahS declare a>/es his honour that he did not.; remember any firch accident.  To tbi* Signior AUeflandro replied, Imaftdoyou'the 'juitice/before this honourable company to declare likewife that I know nothing of the: matter, a;nd yoa inaft 0wn I coald never in aA inftant forget fdeh a particular ipken if I had �received h. ' Thus they both ftciijd gcqait^ed* and theirlhondurs were let much upon a level. ".       �' TJ' tht S&j&sJpiulHfisi ' IN the: rripll flourilhing period of the rclgn of Lewis*?XiF. twpnegrOr youths' the fon s of a Prince being brouiht tb thie^French the' King appointed ajeftit.'to inftrn?t therrt ihletters 'and in the ehrjUiian religion, and gave to each of them a'comrr^Son in his   

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