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   Morning Chronicle And London Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 15, 1774, London, Middlesex                                T he AT RE. KING'S t the KING's THEATRE,     HAY-MARKET; in. the L U THIS Will be performed (for the Jaft, time) A New Serious Oparaj called C I O    V E. R o. \*) itLff jje OPENED in its IMPROVED V V STATE oh Monday Wxrthe "17th Inftant, a' tlieflGMi�'6f-El^eh in theM^rhing/T^ih-the-Af-^rnbo#, an4vSeveh'in;the�vening.^ NAVY-OFFICE,. Jan.. 8, �774 P   A N T  H January io, 1774 E  O   N. "1 The.Mufic by Signor SACCHINI, And orijer eminent Compofers. The principal characters by Signer  M/ I  L  L  I  G   O, And Signora. CECILIA DAVIES,detta Inglefina. .jof the Firft.Act A Grand Serious pallet, with a Grand Chaconne, By Si^ior W A R I 6 T TIN I, Arid other principal Dancers.  ; End of the Second Aft, \ A Grand Comic Pantomime Ballet; called La Bagatelle, By Signer BOGC^INI, Sienora MAZ-ZONI, And other principal Dancers. >    End of the Opera A Grand Heroic Comic Pantorhical Ballet, called ORFEO e EUHIDICE, Orfeb by Mortfieur, PIT-ROT, Euridice by Madame Kfl'Ml FAVIERE. The other charsclvrs-of.the Dauce by Signor Mariottini,  Signor Bocchini,  Mademoifelle Nina Favierj.Signora Mazzoni, And cther principal Dancers. With New Clothes, Scenes and other Decorations. . Pk and Boxes to be put together 5 and no pecfon to he admitted without Tickets, wluch will be delivered at the Office at Half a Guinea each. � Firft Gallery     Second Gallery 3s.  By Their MAJFSTIES Command, No peribn whatfeever to be Emitted behind thefcenes or into the ofcheftra. The Doors to be opened .at; Half an Hour after Five; And to begin exactly at Seven o'clock. Vinjant Rex tff Retina. On Monday next the New Comic Opera called j La CONTE^SINA t the Poetry by Signor Coiceliina, -j Poet to the Emprefs of Ritffia 5 the Mufic by M. Gazman, -Compofer to the JEmperor. THE-principal^Officers -and CommiJJJo#er* of Ms A D R U    . By His  MAJESTY'S  Cempany. T Ae Theatre Royal  in Drury-Lane, THIS DAY Will te prefented The - SC H OOL for WIVES. The principal charaaers by Mr.'KING, Mr. Reddiflr, Mr. Moody, iWr. Brereton, Mr.W.Palmer, Mafler Cape, Mrs. Hopkins, Mifs Jarratt, Mr. Wefton, : Mr. Palmer, Mr. Baddeleyj , Mr.Grimth, Mifs-Youn"<," Mrs. Greyille, Mrs. Millidge, And Mrs, ABING.TON. With a PROLOGUE and EPILOGUE. With ENT.ER T A IN MEN T S. �     Perfon to be admitted beHiW     Scenes, nor anv Money Teamed met the;eurtain"is drawn up. Se doors^o^^opened atT|ye;,:and be^caaiy at , Sixo'clocK. .   , 'Places' to be takenof-Mr; Jonnkon  (flnly) at the Stage Door.   ' ,   , . _   .    " CO S   Y   L   P  H   S: GAMBOLS. Nrr.- g;a:r d,e'nv Theatre Roysl in Cpvent-Garden, Tills "Day, will be prefented, Stie Wou'3, and She  Wou'd Not; frappan'ti by Mr. WO OD WARD, Don Maniiei byMr. S H U T E R, .; Don Philip, Mr. Berfqe^j p^yio, Mr. WrQUghtQn Rofara by Mrs. MA T.T O C K S, Flora by Mrs. L.iJS'S T N 0 HA M,   And "HypolitifV;lWirs;M AfC KL FN.    \ - TO which will be-added,       1.. A New Pantomime Entertainment, (9th time) ,   . . i called . ".The : Of,  HARLEQUIN's The Mufic. entirely xew, by-Mr. Fiftier. Harlequin,, Mr..: L E ,W E S; Principal - Sylph, Mifa BROW N. � The other Chara&ers'by" Mr. Quick, Mr. King, Mr.;Wignell, Mr. Fox Mr. 3&Sr, Mr. Thompfon, Mri,:Banks, Mr. Wild, 'Mr.Harris, Mr..Dayis,.Mr..Honingfwortl1, Mrs. The Dances by Mr. Fiffferf Mifs Valois, Mifs Capon. With new Scenes, Machines, DreflTes and Decorations* The whole to conclude with A Capital Scene by Servandoni. The Doors to be opened at -Five o'clock. To; begin exactly at SIX. Places for the'Boxee to: be= Jiad(only) ot Mr, Sarjant at the Stage Door. Nor any Money feturnedafter-the^urtain is drawn up. Boxes cs. ".'Pit ih Firft Gall. 2s. Upper.Call, is. ;   Vivant Rev IS Rtgtna. ajyty's 'Many- gt on foot, will be very obvious to the difcerning .and impartial ^public: the committee having met but four evenings/and admitted fifty-nine member, whofe fubferiptions amount to %ogI...6s. per annum. Thole ladies and gentlemen who would honour this fociety with their fubferiptions, are requested to fo:warcl thd fame as early as poflib'le, to the committee or fecretary, as above, as the books will be finally e':ofed upon completion of the number agreed to'in the articles. B I RTH-DAY  SUITS. 11/ILLIAM FREEBROUGH, Taylor,; VV at his houfe, in Princes-ftreet, Leicefler-rields, having provided himfelf with the choiceft aflbrtments and neweft patterns of rich, flowered and.ftriped velvets, plain Genoa ditto, and a great variety of fancied patterned Manchefter" velvets, together; with the moft elegant ratteens' that can be manufactured, humbly prefumes to offer his ferviee to the nobility and gentry, or any individual who may have3 occafidn for drejfs* fuitson the approaching birth-day of our moft gracious j; Queen, afturing them, that every order committed to [his charge for any of the above cloathing, ihall be executed' in the moft elegant tafte with the greateft nicety, and of .the very bef}:, materials, conformable to the fubfequent rates, which are not* advanced as lures or b'aits to attract a temporary cuftom/or exact a lit-, j tie fready money to-heal 6r falve old galling debtSi.cot}-tra�red by needy and defperate adveniurers  ��w'^ chimerical company exift but in the clouds. .4 fuit of rich' flowered or ftriped velvet, at � 2I. $s. per yard, complete, and lined with . any coloured fattin,-- A fuit of plain- Genoa,velvet elegantly lined with fattin, rpHE Nobilltf ^nd-.G^it^V fubrcriberi ta [3lj this place, are kcc^ainted,;that:the entertain ment for the enfuing feafons will be �condu�ted upon the following plan.-: " ' 'I That it be-opened by fubfeription for twelve nights. t That each (ubfer-iber, on pay ng fix guineas,, have twelve tickets-; which may be \�ft-d on any of the nights, at the plearure of the fubferiber. That there be a. grand Concert of New Muf^c,. Vocal and InfTrumes^tal: with refrefhrriehts of tea, cof-fee, cakes, orgeaty capillaire, lemonade and jellies. That, th^ftOoms be opened for the fubferibers on Monday^ th^. 24th inftahty and every fucceeding Monday at feVen o'clock in the evening, and that the concert begh>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 purpofe. The proprietors, in order tp render the entertainment as agreeable to the fubferibers as pollible, have engaged Dr. Arnold arid Mr. Vento as compofers and conductors of the concert. Mr; Giardini will had the band, and the vocal parts will be performed by Signora de Salvagni, Mrs. Weichfel, Mr, Leoni, SignLor Sandali, and others. The'conceit will be divided into threeparts; two of which will on one night be Italian, with a piece of. Engilfh intervening; arid the nest night two-dfErig iim, with a.piece of Italian intervening; and fo on alternately through the fubfeription. :. 'r�j* Stibfcriptions will be received, and tickets delivered at the Office,, every day, between the. hours of ten in the morning," and four in the afternoon. GENERAL-POST-OFFICE. January 11, 1774. IULIAM HARVEY, of Amerjham, in the county of Bucks, innholder^ and der pvty ppjlrtzafter. of that place, /lands charged upon oath, on a violent fufpicion of having felo -niouJly er Jha I apprehend and conviB, or cdufe iojbe apprehended and convicled, the /aid .Wil/ianv Harvey, will be entitled to a raward of F)fty Pounds. -   By command of the Poftmafter General, . ANTH. TODD, Secretary. whofe 1.   s. 27 10 *7  * 24 to, J0 A- fuit of fuperfine cloth richly laced - with - l4peAt>Qs; per yard _ ^ -~ A fuit of figured Manchefter velvet., lined ., .'with-fiik"ferge ' jr ,;.       i~ A"fuit "df tktteen-.elegantlyli&nifhed, lined wkn ' feathered ftiag, and full ..trimmefl- . "with gold buttons   ' '    " ~ ^j/ . '^Gentlemen of. the navy and army may depend s>n being ferv'ed in_ the molt eleganfcmai)n%p and oh the. mofV reafonable terms,' eftimates 0^ whic^'u^be" given'at large in this paper, as attblii a work now preparing, intitled � ^very.C^ritiematillisT'6\)vfi lor/,rwhereih the colluffons, deceptions; and.thfift df a defperate adventurer. maU he more qopiofly hand-�       . v, , . .   ^ ,      ._ led than the compafs W a news,paPef^a adrhi t 6f, | : now higWyri^a^ approved by t^ipub. This Bay arepublijbed, . The Third Edi ion, Neatly; printed in two fmall vols, octavo, (Dedicated to Mrs, Montagu) L" ETTERS; oh the IMPROVEMENT of J " tKe mind; ' . ;: ^ Addreffed to a -Young Lady. By M^;s, � & AP QN E. I confider. an human^ul^wUfiout education, like mar -hie in the quarry;5^v^cjfi fhews npne of its Ipher^pt beauties tillth^^Sll bf.^e ppUftier fetcries out the. Colmir^yni^x^^e.iiyrfaGentfrie, and.difcovers every ornamental * cloud,- fpot^ and ; vein t^at runs through the body "of If. Education, after the fame manner, wl\en it works upon -a^ioble mind, draws-' r'out" to view, eveVy^atlsnt virtue and' perfedtion;, -which withoutji\\eh.helps are rievei- able. t$ ,make >^'their appeafance., ^ v    Addison. '.Printed for J. Waltrr, at Homer's Head,~Cftaring-xrofs; and fold by E.afldC.i "iUy, in thePoUltry. T^e continuing rapid fale of-thefeietters has^Mly At tbe-Dev'l Tavern, Temple-bar* jOn Wednefflay next the 19th irtit. .    At Seyep; in the, Evening* Will be opened, by Subfcription, ASCHOOL of SHAKESPEARE^ for reading a Courfe of Lectures, inftruclive and ehteftaihinj, oh the Drarrias of that Incomparable Poet. jfiFi wliich the compofition of his plays, with the traits of his principal characters .will. be illjftrated \ his moft celebrated paffages recited-; and his finking" excellencies and defects in ftile and fentiment, exemplified. ByW.  K. E N R I C K,   LL. D. Fungar vice^cotis, acutam Rcddere quae ferrum valet, exfors ipfa fecufldl.   ^ Hor. The courfe to confift of fifteen ledtures, to be read dhce a week till compleated. Suhfcription one guinea -on the payment of wliich, wil be delivered afin^ie ticket^ entitling the bearer to^ hear the whole courfe, or, (as the lectures will be independent of each other) fifteen tickets of admittance to *ny of .the lectures* ,: -Non fubferibers two fiiilfinvs eacji leclure. Subfcriptions received ait3 tickets^delivere'd by Merit'1 Diily, in the Poultry-*-PonivH.fe, Royal Exchange Newbery, Ludgate-ftreetr-^vyiiliams, Fieet-ftreet Evans, in the StrancLj and Riley, CJur2on-ftreet> May-fair, and at the Devil Tavern.        \ To   the   P U B L TC. DV. Kenfick having advifediy def.rrerf the priri ing of his edition of Shakefpeare till that of Mr. Stevens appeared^ the expediency of carrying his Work into' immediate execution is fo much abated, by the labours of that commentator^ aid the contribu ion of his co -ref; ondents, that :ts ii Tended pubIiea:ion is, for the prefentj la�d afide. The appearance, however, of a-m-Jtilated piay-hoofe copy, under the aufpicesof thfir IVIanages, fiom whofe affe�led veneration for Shaken fpeare> better things might have been expected, ha> not only alarmsd the poet1? admires in general, "but fuggefted that forhe' pertine':t obfervations on his writings might - be n;Av opportunely communTcated to' the public, in a more .entertainin : method. Dr. K. defirous of returning, by the earl-eft means, the obligations he lies under to hi. fuhferibers, has therefoie adopted the fiiggefted expedient of delivering""1 is com--ment^ with, the correfpendent parts of the text, iri public lectures. He hasenwed, indeed, the nrore: readily into this" defign,-as there are a number of paiTa$es in dra- , matic writers, particularly in shakefpeare, which cannot be fuccefsfully elucidated without the aid of declamation. As to the title, which he has .'too quaint-iy perhaps) prefumed to give this attempt f the public may remember they were promifed, rnany years ago, the .fpeedy publication of a work, toJ>eenttled A ch'ool of ShalcefpeaVe; but, as that performance has not yet appeared, arid will how probably never make its appearance the Left'jrcr ttiinks no farther apology nccefiary, .for afluming a title fo well adapted to his defjgn. N. B. The fubfenbers to fir. K.'s Shakefpeare wi'i be admitted td the whufe courfe without farther fub-fcriptioRj. or, if dirfatisfled, may have Uieir former fubfeription retarned. (r^. The communication of. critical readers,- tending to throw fuch lights on the po^ticaL or moraf ieoStieS^pf .Shekel]jeafe^ as may have ef�aped his? comrrr�n.tators, vvill be gratefufly' received and propjrly a through~iyhofe channel we fee the moft"'noxious of pefts reartheir bffenflve heads,and Qiew but their in-fcclious Haver, but mould any gentlemen or gentleman be deeeivedforrialcen: in by adulatory promifes, \ have only to requeft they would, minutely, impect the Materials, and nicely obferve the workmanlhip; then I prefume to announce fewer adverdiftng Taylors ad-dreffes will difgrace our public papers, and here Imuft alfo'hintjl that the public will find Tt worth their attention, to fee the operator who advertifes, and not a fubftitute, or. perhaps a crofs-legged fon that .inftant roured from off the board to perfonate Matter, Foreman or C'erk. W, FREEBROUGH. Wednefday, Princes Street, Leicefter Fields- Iici1 who efteem the book a molt defirahle one. for every young lady. - ; : COCKSPUR-STREET, H AY^MARKET. To the Nobility  and  Gentry. "This and every Evening, A.New Grand Exhibition, in twelve dif-'ferent vifions, and particularly with a new invented japanned dalket, will be performed by the famous Mr. BR^SLAWand his Italians, at his Ex-r hibition Room, near Mr. Pinchbeck's, in Cockfpur-ftreet The doors to be opened at fix o'clock, and to hegin' precifcly at feven. Admittanc. half a crown perfon. Tickets to be had at the place de performance. Places to be taken from ten -in th. morning to three in the afternoon. The room will be illuminated with wax. . N B Breflaw and his Italians wjll wait on private, companies for three guineas. Every perfon exceeding fifteen is to ,pay: 5s. extraordinary I S T, This day is publijhid, price The Third Edition of TH E,      D  U  E  L  L A  COMEDY, As it was aaed at die Theatre Royal, Co vent-garden. To which is prefixed, � An account of the unprecedented meafures that have been taken to fupprefs its representation. PrihS forlhe Mthbr; and fold" by Meff. Dilly, m the Poultry; DomviHe, at the Royal Exchange} Lndgate-feet; WiUiams, Fleet-ftrett , Esjnthe And5 and RUe?, Curfiwr-ftreet, May- By His MAJESTY's Letters Patenr. IT is daily and voluntarily acknowledged by perfpns of all ranks that the STOMACH PILLS (made, up of the moft valuable fimples)" are the belt remedy yet discovered forcomplaints in the Stomach and Bowel5,either of a long ftand-ing, or newly contracted, by any natural weak-aefs, or from a want of a^prbper fupply of * the alimentary juices, or from the bad qualities of' fome forts of food or drink ; any of which cavles often bring on indigeftion, want of appetite, oppressions by wind, head-achs, coftivenei's, and that dangerous diforder the BILIOUS CHOLIC 5 in all which complaints thefe pills afford fingular relief.   They are the beft phyfic in fome female complaints 5 and they have been found of great ferviee in illformed gouts, in windy rupture s, iri preventing dropfy and jaundice. They are nevef �uneafy to the ftomach j and when it is fomuch difordered as not to be able to relifh the moft innocent diet, they trengthen it io as it can, with great eafe and fafety, digeft any ufual food or drink.' If, after a fair trial, no relief is found, the money will be returned by Mr- Speediman, "at the Pine-apple, near Arundel-ftreet, 1v1 the Strand, London, where the Stomach Pills are prepared and fold at is. 6d. per box; and by his appointment, for the better accommodation o* in the public, they are a lib fold by Mr. Smyth, perfumer to his Majefty, is New Bond-ftreet, and by Mr. Dyce, No. %%, 'Change-alley j anfl by all the principal places of Great Britain T An   Entire   New   Work. * To be comprized in-only forty-eight numbers^ Making four large-volumes in ojflavo. \ This day is publij I , Price Six-pence, EmbellTmed with a curious frontifpiece, moft ele-t gantly- engraved, (the whole "to contain upwards of two ^hundred fl^ures^ finely engraved on coppers-plates oi inilrumerife, machines, animals, Sec. ne-ceffary.to iliuftrate and eucidate the work,)� N U M ff E R      I. (To be continued. weekly) of - HE  MODERN   DICTIONARY  of ARTS and SCIENCES, orv Complete .Syfteoi of Literature, IrfVhich. will be introduced, ^yepy modern improvement that has been raa.de therein by the learned and ingenious of this or any-other na tion j more particularly thofe valuable difcoveries that have, been-communicated by feveral members of .the Royal Society, the Royal Academy, and the Society for the Encouragement.of >5rts, Manufactures, and Commerce; {- ^ The hiftorical, ^leolpgjcalj philofophical, biographi-  cai, and grammatical parts, By the Rev, PERCiVAL PRO jTOR, M. A. , , The aftropomical, mechanical, and every other branch cf the mathematics, By  WILLIAiyi   C As T I E A U, Teacher of the Mathematics, and "Mafter bf the Academy, oppofite Berner's-rlreet, Qxford-ftreet.-The other articles by gentlemen particularly con-verfant in the refpe�Uve fubjecls they have undertaken ro explain. London: printed for the\Authors, and fold by G. Kearfly, *o, 46, Fleet-ftreet, and all other bookfel-lers, ftationers,, &c. in Gnat Britain and Ireland. ^Though all the Dictionaries, of Arts and Sciences hitherto publifhed, abound with pompous promifes in their title-pages, they have totally omitted the moft ufeful, inftruclive and entertaining articles. They promife to treat of gegrapby, biography, chronology, and hiftory, but if you will examine the contents," you will not frnd a o>fcr^>tion of any kingdom or city, the life of any .'eminent perfonate, or an account of any remarkable sera. It Ihall be" our task to fupply thefe defects, and to treat copioufly on thefe effehtial fciences above mentioned. The articles inferted in this Dictionary of Arts and Sciences, which are omitted in all others, will be marked with an afterifm,, thus. *t- - To. the  LAD I E.S,. Now Firft Imported to Great Britain. TM E; B L.O DM of CIRCASSIA; It is aUowed that the CircafRans are the molt beautiful women in the world: however, they, derive inot all^thelf charms from nature.   A gentleman long i^refident there in thefuite of-a perfon of djftinctJon, 'welt^noVyn -for .his travels through Greece, became acquainted with the fecret of tne Liquid Bloom, extracted from^ a-vegetable, the produce of that countryt iri general, ufsvvith the'moft efteemed beauties,   1 differs fromvail others in- rwo> very eftehtial poinrs  ; firit# That, it inftantly gives -a rofy hue io the cheeks, n'ot; to be.diftinguiilied from* the lively arid animated! .b'looni. of'.rural bjqom. 5 nor will it qome Off by pef-i fpiratidn, or the ufe^f a liahdkerchief,   A moment's; trial-will prove tSat it is not to be paralleled. }� It is to-be had in bottles at 5s, ^d. eachy with' printed direct ions,, for ufmg it, at W. Nicoll's, No. .1, n. Paul's cliurch yard ; and at Mr. Shropfhires, Bock-feller, at the King's Arms and Golden "Ball,- in New Bond ftreet 5 and no where elfe in Great Britain. And to prevent counterfeits, each bottle is ii^ned by th-i proprietor's,own hand, A. C. F, arid fcaled with di cypher the fame.     l For the Morning Chronicle. To ife'CoMMON Council of the City cf London. Gentlemen, ftf ^^%�y\Y this time you mull conceive 'hiW ~ that I am in earheft, and that $4  .'"B'        my determination is to perfiff "^,'iii . my undertaking, untill U'^C^C^*J forne fte^)s are taken 'to refurm 3HL^'^*%Jffl i\yt many inconveniences that the' citizens of thia city labour, under, fime of wbich I have faintly pointed out. If I find there is no attention paid, I ihall call upon fuch members as have been hitherto lea-j-pg men in Common Council, to come forth in public, and ftiew the citizens why their bufinefs is not attended to. I truf^ there will be no occafion for fuch an unpopular ftep v unpopular as it will be, if there fhould be a neceffity, rny promife (hall be moft religiouily performed. I have fome reafon to hope that the prefent worthy.Lorc Mayor, who hath received fuch repeated favors from the citizens, will fummon a fufficient number of Extr Courts to e^anine into, and as far a� poffib redrefs the various grievances ander which th citizens'labor. For this purpofe,, an extra Court every Month is abfolutely necef-fary; the world will then be convinced that patriotifm is not merely confined'.to txlkizg ovzr politics, and drinking healths at the London Tavern. No man can poffirly complain of fuch a meafure ; for the: citizen who will not devote twelve extra days for one year to the ferviee of hisconftttuents, is unworthy "the truffi repofed in him, is unworthy the office of 9   

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