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   Morning Chronicle And London Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 14, 1786, London, Middlesex                                - * p jS^VtNJNG, March 14,7786, i , t It -14 I'- - ^ -4 vwt____ rmed WuGck entirely new, by the celebrated? $i�oor Ri, fMufick-Mafrer to.his Imperial Majefly. The principal Characters by Swnora  S E S T I N 1, Signer B A JB B 1 N I, Signor TASCA, Signor MO RIOT, Signor BAftTOLZNI, Signor -SCHINOTTI, T^"Signora   S A L A, And .Signora, FEKRARE5E DEL BENE. /   Leader of the Band, Mr. CRAMER, of ML - A New DIVERTISSEMENT Y.IL-^^AfiEOIS^ompofed'by^onf. Dagvillc, by Moclieur Veftris;. Signora Carolina,   Signora Crefpi, the two �4su)emoifelles Simonets,  Monfieur Duquefpey, jun. \ and Mademoifeile j^lozon't&c. &c. �nd of the Opera, a DIVERTISSEMENT entirely new, ^..jnpofed by Monfieur Giroux, by Sig; Fabiani,, (being his �>^ppearance m England.) Signora-Carolina, Sig-tiora Crefpi,-Moiif. .Henry, Mraf. Marfeiiles, Moh'f. ptiquefoey, 'jnn. the two Mademolleiles Simoaeta, Mao.ame Mozon, and Monf. Veftris-By their Majtftie.s Command, no perfou can be admitted behind the Scenes. Pit Jos. 6d.   Firft Gallery 5s.   Second Gallery 3s. Door* to be opened at Half pgft Six, and begin exactly at Half paft Seven o'clock. . , Subfcriptions are received at Meffrs. Ranfom, More-land, arra^Hammerflcy's, Bankers, No, 57, Pa!i-Mall, firho will deliver the Subfcriprion Tickets.---The No- fcility and Gentry, Subfcribers to the Opera-Houfe, are rofpe&fuily in treated to fend them, in order to prevent future -mifrakes, as nobody can be atjwttted without pro- Hu\;ii>g a Ticket N. B. To present inconvenience to the Nobility and Gentry in-getting to'their carriages, they are xnoft re-fpe&fuJly intreated to give pofitive orders to their fer-yants to fet down and tajte Up with their horfes heads towards Pall-Mall.   The doors in Market-lane for chairs only. t The TWENTY-SECOND WIG? THIS   EVENING,  March 14, Will Imj prcfented a ilew Comedy, The      H    EI    R    E To vhich will be added, THE      ROM called s   s. p. -     --� � - \ On Thurfday (the ad time thi* feafon) the Diftrefs'd Mother; on Saturday. M^cheth; and cn Monday will be revived' the'Comedy of She Wou'd and She Woud .Not, or the fdiidimppftcr For the BENEFIT of Mifs BRUNTON. .THIS JEVENiNG, Mar>ch 14, 1786, Will be presented a New Tragedy, cal.'ed W     E   . R     T     JE     Rp The Charaifters by Mr. JiGLMAJ?, Mr. DA VIES, And   Mr.   P A R R E N; .    Mifs S;TUART, And   Mifs B R U N T O N.*-The Pro!ogue to be fpoken by Mr. WROUGHTON, And the Epdlogpe by Mifa BRUNT ON. In A& III. AM EPITHALATV31PM-The Muscle cdriipofcd bySignor RAUZZ1N1. The Vocal Parts by Mr. Johnftone, Mr. Brett, Mrs. Martyr, and Mrs. Bannifter. To ifefaicli (bydefire) wjJLJie added the Farce of B    A    R    AT    A    R    I    A Or, SiVNCHO. TURNED GOVERNOR. Sancho P^nca, Mr^QUICK; Du\e, Mr. Cubitt;   Manuel, Mr. Palmer; Pedro, MP. Tnorripfon; ' Recorder, Mr. Booth; Don Quixote, Mr GARDNER. I^ady Tereza Panca, Mrs. Webb ;   Spanifh Lady, Mrs. Pitt;   Duchefs, Mifs Stuart; And Mary the Buxom, Mrs. BROWN-A Part o-: the Pit will be laid into the Boies. Tickets and Places for the Boxes to be had of MtJsBrun-/on, No. 5, Geor#e-ftreet, York-hnildings - and of Mr. Brandon, at the Stage Door. Tharfday will be produced for the firft time, a new jComick Opera, called th* Fair Peruvian. "    "For the Bepefit of Signora SESTINI. AT the King's Theatre in the Hay-Markef, on" THURSDAY nm, the 16th inft. will be performed, the favourite Comic Opera, called I VIAGGIATORI FELICI; or, The HAPPY TRAVELLERS. The Mufick by Signor AnfoflL ^Principal performers by Sipiora SESTINI, Sicnor Babbini,  Sfguop Tafca, Signor Morigi, Signor Schinotti, Mifs Wheeler, and Signora Ferrarefe del ^N^'b. -By particular defire, Signora Seftini will intro-dtteejb�e favourite Songs.       r # End of A  Market Lane, PaU- E MR. WALKER, .jun. wpu, wanting in gratitude and refpe r --------P, ...   -MARKET. c   I   D   O   U   R   A   N  I   O   N, LARGE TRANSPARENT ORRERY. k to the polite and n;microU5 auciciKc vrto attended his Leftst? on'Wadnef-riay Evening laft, not to returu his fmcere thaaks'for their E^teruig attention and encouragement, by-wjaich he is anduc-ed to repeat his      ASTRONOMICAL   LECTURE, Oa tbi� elaborate and fj)Jendid Machine, which 'is* 73 ittx Aunirtefl, and etfculatcd to make the myftcries of AttTtm-imy the tat^^nme,.z 6f an 'evening, To-mor- r.avtfwemn^ at o'clock, Mi die Theatre Ro\aL ilavmaikrt. Every Phxfloraeriq of the Heavens is rendered fo "olain end uiteil^lbie, that a fair infpecUon of the Machine in-itrucH the jiioPt ieti-jra.it in their caufe. Every pianet has its. 'motion, wKnout any apparent caufe or fupport; J> thjt^thtf wh. h: nyay I? trply co;j�dered as a nearer ap-Xfro^cb ti> dw awfpl finipiieicy of nature tjian has ever . i> en 4*fi�ft-'d hyan,- wther Orrery. Tirkettaiut fkinks   TJieyro wi i be made very warm. ^r.'Wailt'ir, ich^r** f-viurea continue at hii hUho^fc in �Ut�-Sccert.  Ha-iovo-SHaarr, c^-r/ ...Jonday, Wed- N, ,       �   * March 14, 1786. rHE Nbhilitf and Gentry ard refpe�tf�lly aeqoaiDted, that there will be a CONCERT at th"? place,, on THURSDAY next, the 16th inftaht, in which will be introduced f�ve favourite Glees. Principal VocaJ. Parts by , Mrs. B^RTHELEMON, anji Air. ARROWSMITH The  Orcheftra   under tKe Direction of Mr. BAB.- THELEMON. Admitttnce Three Shillings and Sixpence each Pcrfon- Tea -and Coffee included. Th� Door* frill be opened at Eight o'clock, and the Cen- .*cert begiu^at Nine. TOTTENHAM-STREET MUSiCK RObMS. For the EEDIEHT of Mr. PARKE. r^N TUESDAY, April the 4th, 1786, Will be KJ      performed a GRAf^D CONCERT of T:OCAL and INSTRUMENTAL MUSICK. The particulars of which will be advertifed is dtte Time.-j Tickets, 103. 6d. to btf had of Mr. Parke, No. $9, D h P I F O R D   ASS E M .8 L Y.. �  . THE Subfcribers are requefted to take Notice, that the Aifemblv, which was to have been THIS EVENING, is poftpontd till Tuefdaynext, the aift inft. lT6~N*D~0 N   HOSPITAL. THE Anniverfary $ermon for the Benefit of this Charity will be preached at Chrift Church, Spitalfields, in the County of Aiiddlrfex, on Sunday the 2d day of April, by the Right Reverend Father in God, SamueL Lord Bilhopof Gloucciiler, before His Royal Higbnefs WfLLIAM, Duke of GftOU"- CESTER, Prefident. VICE   PRESIDENTS, His Grace the Duke of Rutl-ind. His Grace rhe Duke of ChauJow Jofeph Mrlii&, Efq, William Mainwaring, Efq. M. P. George Peters, Efq. Sancuel Thornton, Efq^. M. P. Thomas Jordan, Efq. Trcafurer^. A R D S. John Lodge, Efq. Thomas Morton. Efq. John Marrstt, Efq. Jofeph Maryatt, Efq, Samuel Pole, Efq. John Piatt, Ffq. Stephen Todd, Efq. & T E VV Lord Rodney, K, B. Vice Admiral of England. The^Rev. Herbert Mayo, D-D. Charles Bowleg, Efq. Thomas Metcher, Efq. Lion Gompertz, Efq. Dinner to be on Table at Four o'clock precifely. The Stewards requeft the Governors and Friends of this Charity to meet at the Hofpital on the aforcfeid Sunday Morning, at Ten o'clock, to proceed from thence to the Church ; and on the Tuefday following, the Anniverfary Dinner will be l^eld at the London Tavern, precifely at Four o'clock, when will be performed a very mterefting Ode adapted tp the inftiturion, and' fct to Mufick by Dr, Arnold.       ~* THOMAS HODGES, Reguler and Secretary. LONDON   TAVERN. March 8, 1786. AT a General Meeting of the Merchants and Owners of Ships, Mr. Alderman WATSON in the Chair. Mr.-Samuel Thornton reported the proceedings of the Committee appointed by the General Meeting, held on 'Ik *7jthday of July, and produced the Copy of a Petition of the faid Committee, which he hadprefented to the Houfe of Commons, for leave to bring in a Bill which had been granted. ' Refolved, That Mr. Alderman Watfon and Mr. Thornton he resetted to carry fuch through the Houfe of Commons. That in order tp raife a Fund to bear the expence of the faid Bill, each Shjp Owner be defired to fubferibe One Guinea to: the-Matter of Lloyds Coffee-houfe, or to the Matter of the Jamaica CofTee-houfc. That the thanks of this Meeting be given to Mr. Alderman Watfon and Mr. Thornton, for the trouble they have taken in the Bufinefs of this Meeting. That  thefe Refoiilcions be printed jn aU the daily papers, H, ADAMS, Solicitor. S H. 77 44 2 FOR      SALE. BY Order of the Honourable Commiffioners of his Majefty's Qaftoms, iu the Long Room, at the Cultoni-Houfe, London, on Thurfday the r6th of March, 1786, at Three o'clock in the afternoon, in lo.ts of     4, 6, 8, and 10 cafes each. U   G   A   R   S. T.   B. %    % Barfcadoe*s. Xj 119 Antigua. %%   78 St. Kitt's 1    2 Nevis. 8. Barrels Ginger, 1 I Tierce Aloes, ' >Barbaboes.    } 1 Bag Turmerick* The famples to be viewed at Wycherley's Yard, oppo-fite Bear   An object worthy attention -Variety of ieropd-^and Inftrymcnts or mufick .books to be fold cheap v and a Jib�ral price given for good old inflruments or taken! 10 exchanwe. W This 'day is.publi%d,   price*' ros. W. POPE^s ELOISA to ABELARD.  .Com-' piled andfet to MuOck iff T*HOMAS BILLING-TON, HarplTchord "and* Singing Matter, Hafhor #1 Gray's �lcgy and Pope's Mefi^h. . London: Pubh'/ljed for the Author, and fold at his houfe, No. 14, Charlotte-^Teet, Rajtbbone Pbce. Where maybe had, juft pubTiflied, TwoSersof GLEES, forth *ee, ftaur, and five voices, harmonized from David;Rizid'a Scots ongs, hy the above Author.. ir... JLlkewilc dkAYV tLEGY, and PpPE'i-MESSIAH. !Abelard and1 f?)mfa were aohfpicuotis in their days for �mihenct6f<^rit/fcThehe^rtkturaUy loves truth. The ad ventuxv^ an
                            

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