Morning Chronicle And London Advertiser, January 17, 1774

Morning Chronicle And London Advertiser

January 17, 1774

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Morning Chronicle And London Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 17, 1774, London, Middlesex MOND A Y, /jj^C/^Y'''-^ 1774 Price Twor pence klalf-penny. KUNG's THEATRE. Mr. CO X's M U S E tJ M J A MAI C AHUM. T the KI N.G' s THE AT R r-MARKET,, THIS PAt> T? Jn tUv. I \X7^L\be OPENED in its IMPROVED, f Now fdl the very fineft that can be landed  * In ine{ yy STATE THIS DAY the i7th Ihftant, at- dt quantities, from a Puncheon to a firigle Will be performed a new Comic -Opera, called ;; N A. " The' Mufic by M. GASMANJ The principal characters by : Signor SCHIROLI, Signor FOCHETTI, M. WEBBEjT-Signor MJCH-ELLI,' 1 Signora LODI,  And Signera MARCHETTI. �r End of the Firft Aft j ;;-../: A Grand Comic Pantomime Ballet,,called La Bagatelle, By^Sighor^QCCHiNI, Signora MAZZONI, � � Arid o&ef principal Dancers. ' End of the Second AQ, A New Pantomime Dance, called La Provencal,-by Signor M ARIOTTIMI, and Signora MAZZONI, And other principal Dancers. , End of the Opera A Grand Heroic Comic Pantomicai Ballet, called ORPEO. e EU RID ICE, '6rfeo by Monfieur Pit ROT, Euridice fcy Madame MIMI FAVIE RE. The other characters of the Dance by Signor BJaripttiiu, -Jjigpor Eocchini, Mademoifelle Nina Favier, SignOKa Mazzoni, And other principal Dancers. , With New Clothes, Scenes and other Decorations. Pit and Boxes. to be put together; and no perfon to be admitted'without Tickets, which will be delivered at the Office at Half aGumea each. Firft Gallery--s. Second Gallery 3s. By Their M ATE S T I E. S Command, ; the hours of Eleven in the Morning, Two in the Afternoon, and Seven in the Evening. , . .V f ->---: -"."' ;",.-*� January- id, 1774. J P AN T H E Q N, THE Nobility and Gentry, iubferibefs tb this place, are acquainted,, that the entertainment for the enfuing feaforis will-be conducted upon the following plan -. � \ That it be opened by fubfeription for twelve nightl. .That each fubferiber, on paying fix guineas*- havie twelve tickets; which may beufldon any of the nights,, at the pleafure of the fubferiber. That there be a grand.Cancer* at New Mufic, Vo- ;| cal andlnftrumental: vritb,refreshments of.tea, coffee, cakei,'orgeat, capillaire, lemonade and jellies., j That the rooms be opened for the fubferibers on Monday,. the 24th inftantj and every fucceeding Monday-at feven o'clock in the evening, and that-the concert.begin at eight, and end about ten. ,--.'� Should the nobility and ger try form any parties for dancing, proper bands of mufic will be-ready for tha't purpofe. ' . The proprietors, in order to render the entertainment as agreeable to th; ^ibferibers as pofiil;le,:-have engaged Dr. Arnold'and Mr. Vento as compofers and conductors of the concert. , ^r'','�> ' * Mr. Giardini will lead the band, and.the vocal parts will be performed by Signora de Salyagni, Mrs. Weichfel, Mr. Leoni, Signior Sandali, arid:others.' , The concert will be divided into three parts 5 two of which will on one night be Italian, with; a piece of Englifh intervening; and,the not; night two of Ehg .Qgarty for^s. 3di'at the rate of Kin: Shillings per gallynv '."''' ' Where may be had, "Fine Coniac BRANDY from 10s. to 12s. per Gallon. "Batavia .ARRACK, from 14s. to 16s. and ORANGE SHRUB, the beft in London. ',j- .Having in thefe'Warehbufes dealt for fome thou-fafld pounds per annum, for forty-two years laft part, th the greateft reputation. - . , .-' JAMES ASLEY. Bglrtdy Warehonfe, Ludjgate-hill, London. fc^ To be fold a great number of Rum Puncheons (h emptied. '__ 'This fray is publijhed, -'.v* " " Price only One Shilling, A N; Authentic Account of the late affair of iX" honour between J. TEMPLE, Efq; of Great George-ftreet, and W. WHaTELY, Efq; Lorobard-flreet. Centainiog a fuccinct detail thtreof from its rife; likewife the letters that patted- on that cccaficn, "together"with thofe figned Antenor, a Dete'Sor of Villains, a Member of Parliament, &c. As the greateft care.has been taken in this publication tp forniflvthe public with every thing relating to thejabpys unfortunate event, and to collect the who'e "in one point of view, they will be enabl.d to judge of the propriety of each gentleman's conduct, with a much greater degree of juftnefs, than from the detached and anonymous accounts of news-papers. Printed for R. Snagg, Paternofter-row/.andT. Ax-telL^RVyalkExcVuinge. - No perfon whatfoever to be admitted behind the fcenes .1 ""6*"". ��wi.�viu"6,: ..w-v. ...5..u v..- v. r -� or into'the orcheitra - j ' W'1" a piece of Italian intervening; and fo on The Doors, to be opened at Half an Hour after Five, 1 atenately throdgh the;fubfcripti;Mn.Blanchard,Mrs.:S;cott, Mrs. Hunt, Mrs. Johnfton, Mife Piatt, ^ - , And %sl . S M I T H. , The Dances By Sig.. Como, Sig: Grirhalcli, Mr. Atkins, Sif i Giqrgi, Signora' Crefp'i, Mrs Sutton,'. Signora Giorjrij. Sea. .. j: .!>.:.� . . With a P R O L, O G U E. . \ After which a :new' O V E R T U R E. :New Scenes, Dreflesj Mufic, Machinery, apd .. Decorations.  . ajfev With E N T E-R T A I N:lS% T S. No Perfon to be admitted behind the Scenes^ nor-any Money returned after tlie Curtain is drawn up*.. � The doors to be eperietj. a^ Five, and begin exactly at � - SCxo'ciock. Boxes 's. Pit 3s.,, Firft Gal; 2S. Upper Gal. is. Places to be take"n "of Mr. Johnftoh (only) at the Stige Door. . Vipet Gall. is. ' Wvahi.Rex & Rigina. \ FENCING and DANCING. ' "R:_ MtTSSARD begs \leave to inform;} His friends* anc! the jOuulic. in general, that he continues to teach at hjs .Home, No. 6, Ball-alley, George y'ara�%Lonibard ftreet, grown per-; lofts and children tjieMfnuet, Country Dancing,. '- Cotillons* and Allemahde, by a method more" : ea^'knd cpneife than any now prkftiftd j5* Subfcriptions will be received, -and tickets delivered at rfie Office/every day, between'the hours often in the morning, and four in the afternoon. ~~ NAVY-OFFICE, Jan. 8, 1774. THE principal Officers and Commijjtoners of his Majefty's Naijy give notice, That on Friday, the Twenty firft inft. rat one o'clock, they &c &c. 1 The whole calculated for the ufe of�the Bucks, Choice Spirits, Mafohs, 4ntigallicans, Knights, &c. Printed for fit. Ranger, near the Mitre tavern, Flect-ftreet. NEW M U S I C. On Wednefday next will be publijhedi THE Sorigs, Duetts, Trios, and CnoruffeS in the CHRISTMAS TALE* as performing with univerfal applaufe at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. Price ios^6d. Cmpofed. by CD J B D IN; , Likewike in a few Days will be publifiiSd; : Six eafy SOLOS for the German Flute, compofed by T. Giordani.- Price 7s. 6d. Printed and fold'by- John Johhfton, at hiswaiei kou'e near Exeter Exchange in the ^trajid j and Longman, Lukey, and C6. No. 26, Cheapfide. Where may be Had, the Songs in the DESERTER* for the Harpfichord, price 6s. arid for the Guittar^ with the Words, jprke is. * ' ' - " 'IX'. This Day is publU Price boiihd.s. TpHE BRITISH MARLNER's ASSI.Sr. 1 TANT., Containing; fprty tables' adapted to the feveial purpofes of TrigoriomeCry and Navigation. .  TowhichU prefixed, ' An Eflay.on Logarithms and Navigation, epitomized,-. containing rules for fplying�the mofl; neceflary pro-' blems,, with the method of findingthe latitude atfea,. by obfervations taken either before or after noon, &c. Sec. - > Thefe dtopsare foht (by Mr.-Norton's appointment) at Mr. Kearfly's, No. 4^. in Fleet-'ftreet; iWr. Biyth,s,bookfeUer,Finch'^ne,CornhilI; Mr. BurchelPs the Anodyne Necklace,' Longacre; .^Vir. Lane's, book-.feller, Na ijf Aldgate High-lu-eet; P. Shatwell's, op-pofue the Adelplti-BifildiflgSj- Strand; Mrs. Piddiftg-Ijon's Mufic-jfhop^iNoi 78;; Snow-hill, Weft, Smith- - A\'fiwwiiwi; will*.:aia mw av^.y* K,*�* �*�^�"�.v^-�j --^�ilr" '  iL *�- * ^ \ � r s~\ a- �rj ------- � ., -. , - ... ifcJ iud�d cafesthe'reuuoru "relative t�x^ . Mr. M^rdwill^^taqoahfy^ny^l^ S'tS^^anffitrSuSrS^ ia psgentlemanmsneimoiith to;be capable ot-ap-. othe|> ^M2h.i^:4ariner or country | ^ewpbrlf-fireetj Longtae're^; Mr. Smiths,-No, i$> ^i�jn-�ny |^m)�lyi Strahari and M. Woodfall, Law hour. , T Printer's to'the King^s Moft Excellent Majefty, forG. '.�MufTardiatariyj Kearfly, N�. 46, Fleet-ftreet; F.Newbury, the cor-J ner of St. Paul's, church-yard j and W. F'exney, op-F*ncing. I pofite Gray.'s-inn,.Ho"born, Pateaiofter-rovv ; Pryer's Floor-cloth Warehoufe, fa cing Graven-ftreet, Strand; Mr. Steet's, No.' 39, in the Borough; Mr. Newton's, the corner of Unien-ftreet, Weftminfter; Mr. Briftol's, tobaccpnift, Stratford; Mr, Bethwin's, Greenwich; Mr. Forreft s, jeweller, near the Red Lion, Highgate, and at A*. Richard Sanham's,.at Dartford, To the Printer of the Mor n i n g Ck ron 1 el e .' S I' R : |T^^-1H(OBILITy, learning and power. are on y wea^ pretences of N a proud man j the finglecon-Mtibi ^r' can" �.�:�. mJ* npt'demand any extraofdinary' homage,-to inherit the honours ftf. a family, without making any perfonal improvements, and imitating the virtues of his ancestors, re-fledls the higheft difgrace on a man ; and it would ; be trelpaffing on the rules of decency ' in htm to expert any peculiar marks of effeem.-The peafa,ot has the fame, comfortable prof- _ peel of happintfs in a future fl-ate, with the: greateft manarcb ; his expedlations thereof depend on'the fame conditions, and if. honour and integrity are,the ftandards of Kis purfuits, and he faithfully difcharges his duty in that narrow fphere appointed him to'move in, he becomes a proper obje-it of .regard. The man of quality would do well to confi-der that affability is a diltinguifhing mark of good feafe, and a conftitutnt part of a gep^ tleman. The man of worth cannot but -be confeious of it, and-he acls wifely by noc breaking, into vehement fallies of felf-praifey if he never acls out of character; men aclu-ated by the fame noble principles will .ca.refo-him, on the contrary, the man who has gained any confiderable dignities by mean and bafe compliances, or by courting favour at the expence of his honour, forfeits that claim to efteem which another rule, of action vvould jrufUy' have in titled him to; hqw. fhamef'ul, .therefore, muft be the refleclion to thofe who have extorted homage from their .inferiois,' wli'ofe riie has been owing to fuch bafe metho^ls as an honelt-man would moft certainly de'teft.-Pride in"the mar^pf learning, refleilsgreai-ly on that good 'fthfe he. would fondly per-fuade the world he is mailer of; the molt refined underftanding, though improved by con-itant application, are. very defeelive- in morality j.the different opinions in this refpeft-that, prevail in.different parts of the worldy are. fufficiei.t proofs to illuftrate this truth, ThePerfians and Athenians allow ioceft, and1 the Lacedaemonians ftealing the fummum bonuni among the Romans, feemed more adapted t� the confined notions of a brute than to thofe enlarg'd. ones of the :foul. Let the man:�� letters acquaint himfelf with hisoan infirmities, and he xannot but make the? neceflar/ change of pride and refervednefs, into cour-tefy and humility. Courtefy and afiaBility ought always to^ attend learning;, without thtfe amiable qualities, thfe-raoll favourite fpeculations,. though inforced, with the rno'ft perfuafive .rhetoric, will be difcarded ; they ^illengagejmenofingenucasdifpofitions to pay. a {unable regard to him* and not pit him to the difagreeable neGeffity' oi� demanding it. ,Iamfo.far;/from (H&ouraging learti-' : ing, that I would ever regard thofe whd (b glorious; % caufey -but: they bought?. �s. and tb .mike, itheir -welfare thervmeafure xjf Ms good offices thus, be, would;iioi*only.r be fuffr'df every one's, iov^bi^taker the ;jnoll effedlofll me|hod ;ofLreconjmendtn^' himfelfc; He-would be perfuaded that the difiinclion betweea man and man comfifts in the progrefs that- each j,.makes in virtue, that his power will nofjuf- tify him in .lording it over mankirid,: but that promoting of religion, and ferving- his country,; fliould be the-leading principles of :his purfuits;/ he might then fafely" depend .on.- meeting with the reafonable tributes df praife and eiteem from,good men, who c .n-iiot but applaud ib ito Mr". RVla*(d; who appeared1 at the Old Bailey'infavour ofyoung Leigh, who war I 'latelytrtea'and'convi&ea'offorgery-. \ 'SIR, AFTER you'had given a ftrorig prefuhip-. tive proof that Lei^h was not guilry o4 ithe torgery, becaufe,. as j^ou obferved, ��' he was incapable of an imitatWe power'in ^vrit-' ing," you fhould, as pofleffing humanity fof' " the trembling, wretch who' had- appealed^ W ;