Morning Chronicle And London Advertiser, January 11, 1774

Morning Chronicle And London Advertiser

January 11, 1774

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Morning Chronicle And London Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 11, 1774, London, Middlesex The Mormn KuMB I446 ] T U E S DA Y, J'A N tIJ R I774; Price Two-ljpoce^f^aif-'pPi)ny. L A dcli- Kl'NG's T0EATkE; At the KING'S f mratre> in the . ' HAY-MARKET, " this A-New Comic Opera, called CON til s 1 N A; The Mulic by Si. GASMAN, _ . The principal,characters'by;/>;  Signor SeHIROL.1, Signor'FOCHETTI, a. M. WEBBE, Signor MICHELLV* Signora LODI, And Sign&ra MARCHET.TI. ' End of the Firft Aft . ' " A Grand Comic Pantomime' Ballet, called La Bagatelle, By Signor BOCCHINI, :Signora M AZZONI, And ether principal-Dancers^ y... y End of the Second >AcV. A New Pantomime Dance," (never performed) (Sailed,; LaP>ovencal,. by SignorM ARlOTTI'fiU, and' Signora M'AZZpSL And other principal Dancers. * Em! of-the Opera.- .i A Crand Heroic Ccrnic Pantomical Ballet, called O.R F.E..Q e EUR ID ICE, . , Orfeo by Monfieur PITROT, luridice by iCIadame.M I Ml FAVrE/RE. The other ckaracfc>jr5 of the Dance by ; Signor MarioWni, Signor Bocchini, * Maaemoifeue' Nina Favier, Signora Mazzoni, '."And other principal..DancerS. WithN^W.Clothes, Scenes and other Decorations. PitandBoxes to be put togetherj^ aid' no: peirfonto be admitted without Tickets, winch will dc vered attlic Office.afHalf'.a Guinea each. Firft Gallery ;s; rSecondGallery 3s. : By Their MAJESTIES Command*,,-No perfon whatfoevier to; be'admitted behind theicertesJ Yor mjo thccrchefira. '~ The DoorStp 'nefo�ened at Half an Hourafter, Five, And to begin exactly at Seven o'clock. Vihtant Rex& Retina. . On Saturday next (for d�"'la�ftime) LUCIO * P R U RY-^t A N fi, AT the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane, THIS^ A CHRISTMAS r . The p^ni^ai'dhw^^'ltqp^'.' . Mr.. Vernon, Mr, Banriifter, Mr. Weftdn; - Mr. Parfijns, Mr. Ch'arnpne% Mr. Dithond, Mr. Ackmah," Miv Wright, Mr. Burton, Mr. GriflUh, Mr. W. Palmer, Mr. Wrighfen, Matter llanehard, Mr. Fawcetr, Mr; Kear,' Mr.' Blanchard,lvJrs. Scott> Mrs, Hunt,- Mrs. Tohnftoa, Mifs' Piatt; ; And Mrs. SMIT'�. l; The Dances by Sig. Como, Sig. GriraaldL. Mr. Atkins; Sig. Giorgi, Signoni Crcfpi, Mrs Sutton, - Signora Giorgi, Sec, '- With a PRO L O G U E. * . � After which afi^W: O-VB R T Vjt. El . jKenr'Scenesj'I)!^!^^!!^, Macfthcry, and'i. D^cbrationi. , With :EN T ERT ATNM EN T S. ., IfoPeribn to be  admitted behlnii this Scenes, nor any Money ceiurned after die Curtain fsdrawimpi..; Tl� doors to be opened at Five, and begin exactly at . Six o'clock. . ' m � 'J Bojks ?s. Pit 3s. Firft Gil. 2S.. tTppeK Qalt M,. -Places to be taken ef Mr. Johiifton (only) * '** Stage. Door. -   1  \ .. �vvant clocks ifafiwill'&e riaiy i&"irtat 'EN. T the Theatre Royat.jn-^byeii This Day; will b> ^psfenfed ' the WES T INDIA N, Belcour,. Mr. LXWIS,, .... Sto;kwelI, Mr. Clarke; Major.O'FIaSarty,;Mr;Shu tec; Capt. Dudley, Mr. Hull; Young Dudley; **~ Wroughton; Fulmer, Mr. Dunflall; , o'clock, at Mr. Baeh'sVNo. 80, Newman^ftreet, to* deliver the tickets^ oh produciflg Mr. Drummbnd's receipt. '.' ->'-'-, � - -r|" j.^'^' P A MUSEUM IN SPRING GARDENS. jvpL COX be^ leave refpeftfully to VX icquaihit the public that-: hi*-MUSEUM in its '.improved ftate wiil be opened in the courfe of t>e en-, fuing;wtekj.and he can withgrea^truth^declarethat fhq^eyefypieice belonging to his fuperb colleaipn, in_ jts former ftate, has been taken afunder, J� obtain the* 'bebent fft. a .general re^mbel^ftntent, -riot even the-moft delicate, parts of the-mechanifm have received any material injuify, no^withftanding.a �onftant exhi-bidon irom twice to^x times a'day during art utter-val of ^gh^^Ojithsi'MdMr.CSx to render the J cat and Inftru ^tertaininSntf fltill more agreeable has intrOduited a Jfee, cakes,, orgedi is T H jarmary id, . E O N. NAVY-O^iCE, Jan. 8',; '^pHE principd-tyjitm mi Cm new concert of mufic^mpofed'by Mr. T. Smith/ which is performed by lus mechanical band, and concludes .with- the -tieieljiratsd^r of^^^� Rule Britannia.'* � Tb^eabitatar^iei; ad^din the improved "ftate of iteMjtffSEUM,amorigilwbic.h is the perpetualmoia*n, will Mr. COX natjefs lumfelf as much exceed the expectatioi^of'Ae world, as they4xanfcend the powers h>f?. ^der^)i.V,K -^hat'-J^iiprto exhibittd any,' thing-wluch.d^erve^ praife,..he has now. roatay'things, xtt&fa\iiiiffi$i: ^nw hrifrinBiSar* Let the^neral. '$ttn$fi^ fce.^ever^d ardehti'he is vata entongh to thinfc"that it wiU not only be cratified,-but fur., '^^i, and isfollyperfaaded, fitould tliis happily prove j THE Nobility and Gentry, fuMcribers to thisplace,' are acqiaainted} -that the entertain/ mfnt for 'tlie enfuinf fsafons will be conducted-upon the,following plan *.~. . > .2 , ; That It bs opened by/ub^ripUon for twelve nights, , That, each fubfcriber> oh pay ng fix guineas, .have twelve tickets; which :may be. ukd. on any of the ' nights, at.the ileafure of the fubferiber,. That there be a grand Concert of New Mbfic, Vo- ''-''-* -----"Sl^ with refrejfhments of te^,cof- capiUaire^riepidnade'and jellies. That the .room's be opened for the fubferibers on Monday, the :24th. iaftant, and every; Succeeding." Monday atieven o'clock in thsreyehing,- jaKf that die concert begin at e^ght^and^end about ten. . f-: Sheuld tb& nobwty and'gerfry form any partjies, for dancing, proper bands of muilc will be ready far. that 1 purpofe.. .,.;,".'. �� ..' !. ... 4f .  T^jiroprietors, ia order to render die "entertain* mini as agreeajbie^to the fubferiber^ as pipffibte, have engaged Dr. ArhokVanH Mr. V^nfc as compoleii and conduicVirsof thyebnoeit.;.: r;  ' ,. . ,;- '. .Mri.Giantjni rwUl_iiad the band, aftd the ^aLnarts^. jynJL be'perforniea ihy "Signe^i dfj Sjvagnl, Btfr*^: . bis i%c?^iy^.: Tb&on Friday, tke*Ui&^ jfrfi.jt^'f:^ expence he, h>B been at, :in compleating his I The_ o|}erly n. tte " " �. crapes to the- benevolence of the legiilature7 as �?el! 1 as^to th> indulgence of his creditors, the firft has beep gTfdiqufly 'pleafed to. beftow u|>on him the means; ^rem^Qg-all his difficulties, and'the latter have] """ "" aUowed him .time to eany thefe means into 'ja'ecutioft. - Some of hh creditors have even accepted . tickets^ asala^isfacBpnfor very-large dem Jidt^ others vrhofe\goodne6 he Ola]} eternally remem-:b�r with the nioft grateful fenfibility, have in" the ! midft of all his embanamlientsgateroufly reh'ed v^ith an iomlicit confidence upon ins; integrity, A few months he noiw hopes vm perfeftly enable him not $ply *o pay ihe. principal,. biit ^te. intereit of all hh, debts, and. prove Jiim not entirely unworthy either aof that friendfiiip which he has experienced frottt'' many refpefliiible individuals^ br of that pretefiSea-j i receiv U^red TOfnce, every d^y, beewsfeA-lhe: %6uh; of ten in tlte morning, andfpur m^.afetii�9i>h>.; ^^^^^n^^^M^^c^^^^�r^^ 7* titMmt&s &ibii Common Council $� *'. :. . WCity. ' - ��: v Gentlemen, � ,-, �, %r :'.;:-' #' � ait important tntfti; no kfa ST � & than prtfervatioa oftKe m ** * Jl*?Ee,'ty an^I privijfege4ofJthe * citizens of this weat City  at-r To be contiatied Weekly on aj^lah entkely � New. On Saturday next will it fubB&ed, .Brice only Threepence, flitchtd ^blwpaperand . belit^diNilth ah elesmtly ena�>&tT$, X Ste REGISTER of m-ERAlRaB, Fefitte^ aitd-Kewt. .  7>>v---v _ Printed for R. Sna?g, K,e, ^ Pa^eraoftefrrow 3 A. Gram� No. IfC�A>iri and ibid Bo^kfeUerl and news- 'aoi�c:itt}!6ltitIWtftfelV^'7 "-�"��-' -.".':' ' To; tfc ? v i l it A HRecidy' Magatinei which, by gtvln�. aH ea# and judkiou* ^ejftkm Tof every tliii^ tro)jriiitei�^ mgAid vahiabte-in t^e LnodonnaaeiB. n^gntBiwan ftandwdhiaayof tetite*^-^^--'^-Wfeakmaand anmlemenB of i^hichbe has bem-honouredwith, by the benismry W&sZgji tad therefore 'V' that' duty ^^parhament. : - . voiijft coolneb and- moderation^ and by no >N.,B. No money taken at the door, nor ^�.f,t,?.. uL m'm fJerfons: be admitted but .whh the ticket of lu^r-yonf felyes to be made:*e fettr^- admittanceToid with the lottery ticket. The ticket* ments of ^^(Mi.flln.0ne.hand; 6r A�J;Ter*|h5 *tton? gtiinea"admit but one, thofe at a guinea and a tools of power OD .the OtKer^ Lei jour aflions be [lialf admit two perfons. , . foch as �U1 tc^eaiioooWop f&arfetvea^o^ 1 R O N M O N G E K * ' - perity to this City,, and afford, prbwclrari tb .TOW felling off, with morecenno^V yf�r'fe^l^M-B^f^'M \ a'lowances than the ufual difcounts to the and Orxvate ouarrels are BitroBaced intn trade, bynrder of the_affign?es;:'the remaining"Stoc^t Avodi%newsfpaper confifianf melbb&'fii&t of: paperohiy^-.tiie weekly Magazine:^aj^iiM&frfl of one fteetand anJialf(Ortwentyifourpa^tnofliwe) ^inhed hi blue paper, in every reQ>eaiikea monthly S C H E M E of the ADELPHI LOTTERY (By Authority of ah A> and fold by air boulifcllers in town arid country; [in'Trade, of Richard Townfend, iiohfflonger, a banlc-rupt, at the iwarehoufe Uo;---j, in Corbet Gour^ | Gracechurch-ftreet.-^-Good bills, at three months date, will be accepted in payment. ~ Juft^bMfed, ~" "Printednpon the tinell writing paper, Price 5s:RHEUMATISM, 1KOPSY, STONE, GRAV.EL.GREEN SICKNESS, ^fcHOLIC,- GRIPES, WIND in the Stomach and Boweh, and all obftruflions. WORMS cannot breed in the bowels of thofe who frequently take this medicine. It is excelJeot in diforders peculiar to women; and /may be takea with great"fafety during the. whole time of pregnancy, ^and evenin me time of delivery, if the body be coftiye.  "The Do.ft�r� who was phyfician to King Charles the Fiift, affirmed, in a Latjn tre^tife, which he wrote in the year 1635, that in the above cafes it might be taken with great advantage ; and his opinion Unconfirmed by the experience of near 150 years." It is fo efficacious and gentle, that it may be taken by both fexes, from infancy to extreme old age; and even in the fevereft froft or hotteft weather, without confinement or regard to diet. It does not always purge; in drppfical habits' and very fevere colds, often operating only 'by urine or fweat. ^ A .greater proof of the. excellency of this medicine canQot be given, than that the-Gentlemen of the Faculty take it frequently. The late celebrated phyfician, Sir Edward Hulfe, Baronet, -was fo -fully -convinced of the great excellency of it, that he gave Mr. Inglifh a certificate, recommending it as an excellent family medicine; which certificate and treatife Mr. Inglifli is willing to fiiew to any gentleman who may be defirous to fee them, ' - There are many who Counterfeit it j fome have copied Mr. Ingliih's diteitions, which are theJto&orV own words,taken from his treatife; fome mace ufe of his family, coat of arms, which is the feal on the top'of his boxes j others.fay that they are partners with him, and ride the country in his name; though neither hfc [; grandfather, father, or himfelf ever had any partner, or ever allowed any one to take orders for them.  For theft reafons he troubles the public with this advertifement, To prevent fuch fKameful impofit'ions for the future, he Is will Ggn all his directions at the bottom with bis name, nd he requefts of thofe who are willing to ferve their ri.tnds and neighbours in the country with this genuine Medicine; teiaroiir hiih YfitU their orders by Jht pait. bates and private quarrels are intrpiidcedintq your court, reject tjjem with tiifihtii, ahdlfew' that you are the �preie>iiatiWs' of the Cttir zen?, hot the^di^vQrojsit'' ;aftb^r:*oy;airi  set of men. .You havfbnfinfis enough apoa your hands 4f. real.utility; If it was ohly al' tended to\ Give me leave to point out a feV> the many ardcleiof real /biifineftj whicfi claim your attention... J ' - CityyfperMarfiplJtip Not fettled^ although Mr! Gates fia> prefen-ted his broker to ~ M an^uTidcr-maifhal-mab; and the Court: of Aldermen hatHaccepted of that appoiitjmeM, notwjlthii^adioig the b'u�� -� feoieiL .-.^v,' y : , ?ly. -. -;rr . \ x Court frCoaj/eience. .t-, ,. ' /, '^^.flfllipilttai^^^ejfr app^nt^rthey* ^tonld be ordened by the court t^iti^tfMm.^ qnireand report to the Cpuri, This �a bu-finefsof mflch oon1eqaence.tb die poor mha* bHanteof �oadcm^rv, ,;t  .. , ' s..; -' :�M&^liM:M^j^t-- jkirkecifjr.,. Tlie dangerous ftate of your chart^tooOles� papers, &c. "in cafe of Are, it^lcjtowjt; Amid* entjy; yet nb muhinientrooaii�veiteci^dv nor even jbegan. upon, although' a caai�w^*B ft appointed^ . . London Sri'age., ..�'"..-.-'-, Upqn an average, fifty peoples Jives loft every y^ear, arid ten tnbufand pounds property funk, feefides the immenfe expence. in keeping this dangerous ftru&ure in repair^ . : Sale of Placet. .. : This bufinefs is ahoat:ten times wbrfe thaii any tranfa&ibn of St. James's, thenranoeavrei; of which we lb much, complain of. The/ iVIarlhalfliips, the Beadles of" thje Court Conference, the Water Bailiffs, l&c&c. are' Ihocking inftances. The Preservation of your. Port. The immenle- hills of chalk, Hopes, &c. found both above and: below bridge> threaten, deftruftion to the navigaaon of your port: this in a great meafure arifes from London bridge. N'v^fdncei on the Rivfr. Bell Whaff, and a great niimter of other places, mult ft.rike forcibly as hindering the navigation to the imminent danger of property and lives. This is, ftri&ly fpeaking, th< province of tie Lord Mayor*. * , Enquiry into the ConduS of your Off cert un� Csmmittees. The Court mould examine whether the officers take" any more fees than are lawfully dae^ or negleft their refpedive duties. I fear there will be foandrtoo much room for complainii refpecling the Committees) whether tliey do not delay their reports; and to enquire the rea-fon whether Occafioned by Aldermeiror Comr moners. By this enquiry you will do great fervicetOthe Citizens,,by preventing delayi and tedfoos and inefec^ual application to the corpbfatioo. - - ." J hjuiry inti your EJlatti, fi*anc*% 13c. &A. This is a meafare much wanted; it has not been donefince the reign of King James L It i* tJi# dutyof every common-cQanciUmaii to niake himfelf acquainted with $i$\xU$ in* ;