Morning Chronicle And London Advertiser, January 14, 1774

Morning Chronicle And London Advertiser

January 14, 1774

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Morning Chronicle And London Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 14, 1774, London, Middlesex SftfOtikk, mi London ;; Tftft r~ Numb 1449 ] � r i t3 a. y, J A KV A R ?� 1^ 1 P^ce Twopence Half-penny. K-i n�vs t Bil eat re: AT the KING' a T HEAT R E/Jn the ; HAYrMARKET, , TO-MORROW, WUl'be performed (for the laft time) A New'Serious Op.ra; called L U.C IO: V E R O. The Mufic by Signor SACCHINI, l' And other eminent gompofers. The principal characters by . Signer m I L L I C O, And Signora CECILIA DAVIES, detta Inglefina. End of the Firft Act A Grand Serious Ballet, with a Grand Chaconnej By Signor M A R I O T T I N I, And other principal Dancers. . End of the Second Aft, A Grand Comic Pantomime Ballet, called La Bagatelle, By Signor BOCCHINr, Signora MAZZON1, And other principal Dancers. End of the Opera A Grand Heroic Comic Pantomical Ballet, called 0RFEO e EUR ID ICE, , /  Orfeo by Monfieur PITRO T7 -Euridice by Madame MI MI. FAYIE RE. I The other Charsct^s of the Dance by1 Signor Mariot'rini, Signor Pic-cchini, Mademoifelle Nina Favter, Signora^ Mazzoni, And other principal Dancers. With New Clothes, Scenes and other Decorations. Pit and Boxes to be put .together} and no perfcn to be admitted without Tickets, which will be delivered at the Office at Half a Guinea each. Firft Gallery ;s. Se :ond Gallery 3s. By Their MAJESTIES Command, Noperibn wharfoever to be admitted behind thefcenes or intb the crcheftra. The Doors to be opened at Half an Hour after Five, Arid to begin exactly at Seven o'clock. Vivant.Rex 13 Retina. On Monday next the New Comic Opera called La CONTESSINA: Athe Caheliina,. poet to the Emprefs of Ruflta; the Mufic by M. Gazman, Compofer to the Emperor. D R U IVY - LANE, By His MAJESTY's Company. AT the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane, THIS DAY will be prefented A new Dramatic Entertainment, called A CHRISTMAS TALE. The principal Characters by . Mr. Vernon, Mr. Bannifter,- Mr. Wefton, Mr. Parflns,' Mr. Champnes, Mr. Dimond, Mr- Ackman, Mr. Wright, Mr. Burt6iy$fiv Griffith, Mr. W. Palmer, Mr, Wrighten, Mafter llachardf, Mr. Fawcett,. Mr. Kear, Mr. Blahchard, Mrs. Scott, Mrs. Hunt, Mrs. Johnfton, Mifs Piatt,  And' Mr?; SMITH. The Dances by Sig ComorSig. Grimaldi, Mr. Atkins, Sig. Ciorjri, Signora Crefpi, Mrs Sutton, Signora Gioreir &c. With a PROLOGUE. ^ . After which a new O V E R T V R E. . New Scenes, Dreffes, Mufic, Machinery, and - . . Decorations. With ENTER TAIN M EN T S. No Perfon to be admitted behind the Scents, nor , "any Money returned after the Curtain is drawn up. The doors to be opened at Five, and begin exactly at SJx o'clock. Boxes s. Pit 3s. Firft Gal. 2s. Upper Gal. is. Places to be taken "of Mr. Johnfton (only) at the Stage Door; ; Vivant RexS Regina. C O V E NT- GARDE N. A T the Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden,. ifX'" This Day, will be prefented A New"Tragedy called, KING HEtfRY the SECOND :  Or, The-FAtL of.RQSAMOND. The principal characters by Mr. SMITH, Mr. Clarke, Mr. Gardner, Mr. Hull, , Mr, R. Smith, ;,. M�*. Wroughton, Mifs Miller, Mr. Thompfon, Mifs Pearce> And. Mrs. HARTLEY. 4 With a PROLOGUE and'EPILOGUE. To which will be added, Thg ENGLISHMAN in PARIS. , , Buck fey Mr, WOODWARD. \ 5!f John Buck, Mr. Gardner; CJaflic, Mr. Hull; k S&at)t, Mr. Thompfon; Marquis,' Mr. Quick. . Mri." Subtle by Mrs. Pitt; fittSnda, Mifs -M A C K LI N. VfhhiMimethy Mr. Fiihar and Mifs Macklin. Thtff Doors; i� be opened at Five o'clock. " rofcegih exactly at SIX. Placet for the Boies to be .Sad (only) of Mr. Sarjant it the Stars Door. , Not any Money'returned after the Curtain is drawn up. Boxes 5s, Pit 3*. Firft Gali. 2s. Upper Gall, is, Vim ant Rex t night two of Eng7 lilh, with a piece of Italian intervening; and fo on alternately through the fubfeription. Sufcfc iptians wi 1 be received, and. tickets delivered at the Office, every day, between the hours of ten in the morning, and faur in the afternoon. SOHO-S QJJ A R E, January 14, 1774* THE Annual Grand GALA will beheld at CARLISLE-HOUSE on Thurfday next the aoth Inftant. Great embellifhmcnts are now making in feverai parts of the "houfe, particularly ir the Great Gallery, the painting"of whuh is now nniihing in the mpk elegant manner, and yvill be illuminated in an entire new m6d& - The refrefhments will confift of the greateft variety. Tickets are now ready to deliver to fubferibers or their orders. HISTORY of MUSIC; THE time,, bein^ now elapfed when Dr; BURNEY prpmiied either to fend his Htflory of Mufic to the Prefs, or to return the Subfcriptionr money depofited, finding -that he has. afcertained nearly the ftipulated-number of fubfcrifiers, he has tne honour to acquaint thofe who have faveured him with their names, and thofe who may* be inclined to. encourage the work in future, that' he is determined^ to print it with all poffible expedition,, and-to^keep the fubfeription open, till the fir(l, publimed, which he ftill hopes will be before, the expiration'of the-prefent year, 1774. ' 1 >'"" Subfcriptions are taken in, and receipts delivered, by the Author, at his houfe in Queen SquarjerSUogmf'*-. bury; T. Eecket and Go. ^$09^^8.01^^^-; bond-ftreet'; G.' Robinfon,^j^MelH Fletcher and Prince, Oxford; Meff. Merril and Woc3--yer, Cambridge; L. Bull, Bathj and IrHfi* Mufici fhops of R. Bremner, in the Strand/ and P; Wefcfeer, Gerrard-ftreet, Sbho.  -; ' Juft publijbed, Printed, upon the fineft writing papeFj Price 3s. 6d. fewed, the ad editioni AN ESSAY upon PR I NTS. Containing remarks; on the principles of picturesque beauty, the different kin,ds of prints, and the characters of the moft nc*ted.: mafters; Ifibftrated by criticifms upon particular pieces; to which are' added fome cautions that may be ufenil in collecting prints.1 Printed for J." Robfon, Bookfeller, New,. Bond-* ftreet; and fold by B. Law, Avemary-lane.. ........ Where may be had, juft publiflied, the 4th"edition, 3s. iewed, '  ''�' ' An Efiay upon Faith, and its connectionvvith good works, by Johp Roxherha'n^ M.A. Reftor of Ough"-ton-le-Spring. - 8,300 To fcegih Draying on Thurfday the 3d Day of March cext. To be drawn in the State Lottery wheels, and otherways rnanage'ci the fame as the State Lotteries. Tickets told, and fubferiptions taken In, at Meffrs. Adam's' O.'fice iri Rabert-ftreet, Adeiphi', every day, (Sundays excepted). from ten in the morning to fix o'clock at night, where copies of the original fclieme, and all particulars concerning it, aspublifhed iri the Ltmdbn Gazette and daily papers/ may be had; NAVY-OFFiCE, Jan. 8, 1774. BET principal Officers and Cmmijfltoners __bf, his Majefty's Navy give notice, Thai on Friday, the Twenty frftinft. at one p'cloc&t they will be ready to treat with fuch Vferfjms us are willing to' fupply His Majefty** Tatd at Pprtfinouth with PLATERERS *VVARES en a ftanding contrary that they may attend"with theirprotofaisik^Mngly. To be S d #B, At SOUTH A MPT ON, AHOUSE, fuitable for a fmall family, with a coach-houfe and liable, arid an excee-: ding pleafiint garden, on the banks of the river, freehold, nW inhabited by Newfham Peers,- Etq. For fiarther particulars enquire of Mr.-Le Gay, Attorney, at Southampton; or of Mr. Almon/ Bisokfel-l.*r, in Piccadilly. w BIRTH -D A Y SUITS. ILLIAM FR-EEBROUGH, Taylor, at his houfe, in Princes-ftreet, Leicefler-fitlds, having provided himfelf with the choiceft aflbrtmerlts arSi n#*eft patterns of rich, ftower�fearwl ftriped velvets,;: plam Genoa ditto, and a greaf"ysii^6ry f f. fancied patron) Manchefter velvets, Norton, only. Proprietor and Author of Maredant's Drops." Thefe drops^afe fold (by Mr. Norton's appointment) at Mr; Kearfly's, No. 46, in Fleet-ftreet; Mr. .Blyth'Sjbookfellw^inch-lane^ornhil}; Mr. Burchell's the Anodyne Necklace, Longacre; Mr. Lane's, bookfeller, No. 1 t, Aldgate High-ftreet; P. Shatwell's, op-pofite the Adeiphi Buildings, Strand; Mrs. Pidciing-tori's Mufic (hop, No. 78, Snow^lull, Weft Smitlf-freld ; Mr. Robertfon's, the corner of Crofby-fquare, Bifiiopfgate-ftreet; at Deering's C!arpet-warehoufe in Kewport-ftreet, Long-acre; Mr. Smith's, No. 15, Pa'ternofter-row ; Pryer's Floor-cloth Warehoufe, facing Craven-ftreet, Strand; Mr, St eet's, No. 39, in the Borou.h; Mr: Newton's, the corner of Union-ftreet, Weftmlnfter; Mr. Bnttol's, tobacconift, Stratford ; Mr. Bethwin's, Greenwich; Mr. Forreft's, jeweller, near the Red Lion, Highgate, and �. Mi% Richard Sanliam's, at Danford, An Entire New Work. To be ebmpTJzed in o ly forty-eight number?, Making four large volnmes- fri o�lavd. $0 morrow wiU be publipl>ed, Price Six-pence, Embeilifhed with S carious frontifpiecej; moft ele-. ;' gantly engraved, (the' whale to contain upwards of. two ]hundred.figures,'"flrtely engraved on copperplates of infltiirnents, machines, animals, &e. n�-ceflary to ili5ftrate and elucidate the work,) N U M B ER I. ' . . (To be continued weekly) cif . THE MODERN DICTIONARY of ARTS and SCIENCES, orr Complete Syfterrf of Literature; In which will = be introduced, *very modem" improvement that has-been made therein by the learned and � ingenious of. this or any bthfer nation ; more particularly thofe valuable,difCOveries that > have., been communicated by feverai members of the' , Royal Society,' the Royal Academy, and the Socii ety for the Eneouragerhent of Ans, Martafadlures, -and Commerce. Thehiftorical, theological, phiiofophiCalj biographical, and gramrriatkal parts, By the Rev. PERCiVAL PRO -TORj M. A. , The aftrphomical, mechanical, and every otb� branch � Cf the mathematics", By WILLIAM CASTIEAU, Teacher of the Mathematics, and Maftfer of the Aca-' demy, opppfite Bemer's-fireet,i Oxford-ftrect; The other articles by gentlemen particularly coni verfant in the refpective fubjefts they have undertaken to explain, . " " London: printed for the"Authors, a-/d fold by Gj Kearfly, n the other may rail againft it ~Sn Jt ^he meafures 0f t},e Court, I am, an old-fafiiiontd Fellow not to be caught by founds, b ut. to-ie fixed by things, and do not efteem thofe the /inoft honett, who bawl the loudeft for thas public good, but thofe whofe conduftjs dife�l?d by the pureft princi* ples"of integrity7; an action may be done fo as to ravilh, the million,' without the' doer'i having a gr^tn of intrinfic merit in the perform manceofK; whereas, on the contrary, a deed may. efcape without a lingleplaudit from tho world, which is actually entitled to the uni-verfal admiratioA of mankind: I am led into this refleflipn, Mr; ^Tdqi~ fall, by comparing the condu^'of two public men, whofe names could never have been mentioned together, if they had not both made a very, dijtinguiftiedi though a very different, figure iti the political difputes of this country. -TJievt-wo'gentlemen I allude to are Lord Sandwich and Mr. Wilkes-The firft a man of-illuftrious,birth, diftinguiflied talents, incorruptible probity, and damaging compre-henfion as a mjnifter.--The foconia mari'of lively imagination, pleafing addrefs, confurra mate impudence, profligate character, and eternal profeffion, as a patriot, for the welfare of the people. The firft at an early age forfook all the pleafures, all.the advantages to which his rank and fortune entitled him; to become an hoftage for the faith of George II. as well aa for the faith of the Britifh eropirei when France in the full ties of Europe compelled as to give fecurities for our public honefly as. a nation". This was a voluntary facrifice which his jordfhip made, to refcue his country from the Jiqrrors of an unfuccefsful war; conduced by the celebrated minifters of the late telebraiti reigjir-rYet, nbtwithftandin'g the' real merit of the action, it procured him no applaufe even from the vefy. people. f6r whoft prefer-vation he chear/uily went irlto captivity-^iwfc. when Mr. .Wilkes's fe^dition and blafphemy, ^ which -highly deferved a gibbet, were Only, punifhed wi:h a jail, the fenfible fons ot Old England hailed the patfiet as the firft of human beings, and mentioned hfrrf upon all occafions a� an exalted viclitn, felf-devoced . to the welfare of his fellow fubjedls; When Mr. Wilkes recovered font thoufand pounds from .the Secretary of State for falfe irfiprifonment* the patriot tho' weeping over the miferies of his dear country,' and tho' perfectly perfuaded that the money mull be paid but of the pCckets of the people, feiied every {hilling of it to promote his vices, and even let his blood hounds Ioofe upon'the Jury, be-ciuferh'e'y had not alTefs'd the nation in larget daibsges.:-Not a fix?pence of the^money-dii he apply to the difcharge of a lingli debti tho' numbers were periftung for bread tai whoni he owed large Aims j nor did h'fi appro� priate a fix-pence in attsnemeht for the rob* . beries he had committed upon ?hepuWiccha* rities.-The peaple rieverthelefs extoll'd hint to the Ikies, and ranked him with the RufFels^ theHampdeHs, and Sidnysof shetf hiftofyf ;