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Morning Post and Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 10, 1778, London, Middlesex June 10 1778 bcpr THEIR H AY MAR K E BY HIS MAJESTYS T the THEATRE ROYAL m the HAY THIS June will Love t L M wefenttd Comic LOVE IN A B A N N Juftice Sir A 1C K 1 IN M A S S t Y j LAMASH And Yeurig B R E T 1 2nd J the aProvencalle Dance by Mafter and Mifs Tift O CC A S I O L PROLOGUE On with be by P i To which will be never N 4TtfRE WILL A DRAMATIC sJLaEffli aic to I e at tile y Vivant Rex 4 Third Night of A THIS June wil1 bc t of OWN HABRFTT u A Captain SIR ASHTON LEVERs containing many thoufand articles difplayed in two Galleries the whole length of Leicefter will on accounf of con ftant after the vifual openevery day during the from ten oclock in the morning to Se ven in the Admittance each In this collection are many rare beautiful and undefcribed anti matters of and mifcellaneous articles that can be feen in no other nor is there a fpecimen in ei ther gallery undeferving of A Gentleman or Lady fubfcribing Two Guineas may have a Ticket of Admiffion for a from the date applying to Secretary to the A Lift of thofe who have already Subfcribed towards the relief of the Irifh and the fums Subfcribed And F A w C b i i KjchaH G Supers D I D I E Mifs u K E Madam la P A Y Lady W I L Jt M a formed call d The Written by the late D ID 5 RO O T H A Harriet Payne Summersj Mofes U i w the being his fiift ip pearance thefe 13 years Summers d Betfy Mifs At do not chtfe for it Dire Scott Covent about of whole morals and Lord 105 o Lord Rocking lot o Lord 105 o Lord ico o 51 10 50 o Sir o Sir 40 o Lord zi o 26 5 Lord 50 o Lord 50 o 50 o Lord ico o Lord o 50 o 5 5 Lord Lord Lord Lord ID Locd Lord Lord lo Lord 50 Lady 2 50 zo 25 JO 109 Mac Lady Lord Lord Count de Duke of Devon o J Lord Lord Lord o j Baker Hoi I GO 20 5 10 10 ZI O 25 o IO IO 50 o 52 10 52 10 52 jo 50 e 10 o 10 10 25 o 2 O O o o o rb 10 15 o 21 O 50 o JO O o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o 30 5 o o o o o 2 o 5 10 o o o 10 so 10 10 o 21 O 10 30 19 5 105 Sir Sir Lord Lord Lady Thecdofia Morton Lord Lord From a poor Irilh Ralph ico Jocelin 10 10 Lord 25 Archur Blenerhaf 5 Lord 105 General zi Sir John 50 Lady and Frances Earl of Poftf Efi o o o 5 o o 5 o o THIS DAY will be performed A CONCERT of Vocal and Jnftrumentul before and betwzen the Admittance each Coffeeand Tea To be continued and till further and gentlemen may walk in the Rotunda and every day Sundays excepted at one hilling each Ranelagh has no concern in theSubfcriotian Houfe advertised by The Societv of Arttfts aflbciatid for the relief of their dif treffed their and GIVE notice that their ANNUAL EXHIBI being the is open at their Lxh bition Room in from in the Mnrning till Seven in the Admittance is Catalogues By order of the J Plans of the InlHtution may be of the Secre in the o o o o o o o o o o 6 O Price This day is price SECOND A TREATISE on the GOUT wherein tKc inelricacy of the modes hitherto ufed to cure that leadful diforJcr is j tile praftibility of i cedy cure aifcrted and fupported by a number f the moft linking cafes of perrons df the firil janR who ave been cured by pradtifing BUZAGLOs MUSCaLAR nd HEALTH RESTORINGEXERCISE only and New aftti difcnvcry which procures irnmc iate reiijf in every Gouty cafe is offered to the by in the Strand fold by St Strand This diy ii price in and bound Sixth Edition of One of the Miniitcrs of the and Pro of Pvhctoric and Btllcs Lcttrss in the Univerfity of Printed for and in the Strani anj oo o 10 10 5 5 o o o anfwqrs Any Nobleraan or Gentle be fold ieveral Annuities lecured by Adi of For particulars enquire of and Attornies at j on the point of on a for a through the ft and moit rieafant part of was very xpededly difappointed of a companion 5 happy aePet with oneof either to endeavour to compenfate for the Should a Lady that has anc corjfti Stion to add to an improved deign ta attendto he flatters that his character W P P Q will be far I IBthe orany public part of at the Adeipbi Tavern and WILLIAM imprcffedwith a grateful fcnfe of the ma1y favours conferred on by the begs to inform that he continues his utmoft endeavours to render his houle re by obraimngthe jpprobition of every Company 4ohonour him with their for thw he is finguiarly fortunate in thechiice of his whofe ambition it is to pay the greateft attention to the moft nu jiute article in the culinary A copious Lardsr of all that is and in is daH frovidtd and he has jud made fuch beneficial altsrationsin the where fingle fmall may at a jninites and in a comfortable as have ren dered it of the moft and commodious spoms in The orders of Gentlemen resetting will be and faithfully BenefaSioris for this charity are contiHued to be rccewca by Maync and Jamess i and it is hoyed that if any perlons who have property In Ireland have nut been applied that they will it as it is owing to not knowing wherefuch perfsns dcght to be waited And as there may be who no property in but who wuh to it Is thought proper to inform the that who have undertaken the distribution oi the If the fubfcriptions amount to what may re jlonably be apply all that U not abfolutely to keep many thoufands now from to the rrient of Irifh in order to employ the arid toiet them again to their different from 1 have been forced by the failure of and a variety of other misfortunes at this particular T Taylor and Ladies Habit at Sign of the Lei namc on the door continues to ferve aad on the follow wuklt are that have ever yet been olfcrcd to the viz For middle fired A fly frock fuit of fuperfine A frock fuit with crofs flaps A plain coat and waiftcoat of ditto A Polifli frock with filk gimp sound the edges A frock fuit with filk facisg to ditto A frock fuit lined throughout with filk ferge A drefs fuit of figured Manchefter wlth fattin or feathered velvet linings to dicto compleat A fuit of regimentals A Colonel of the foot guards frock laced with compleat AGenerals embroidered button holes A dfefc fuit of lined with rich fattin or feathered and rich gold or filver fpangled buttons properly laced Midmfpmans uniform compleat A Captains plain uniform Captains with embroidered button A fuit of fecond cloth A frock fuit of all cloth A half drefs ditto with ftag breeches A ditto laced A box coat double milled dn lined with Padua 4 4 4 8 3 18 17 o 9 10 10 10 a o o o 6 o e iS 4 iz 4 16 7 10 3 10 3 3 3 14 4 iS 6 MONEY MATTE K Gendeman of who is in diate want of would be glad to join any Gentle man poflefled of a lite or other who may be in want of the fame and wha has no objedlioa to raifjni it by way of and charging the fame on His in a ftcuriry for the regular payment of fuch and they by fuch fecurity may rwfe the Aim of to be equally divided The advettifer will infure on his and afligri the policy to the other and will likewife a Bondto the other party as well for the payment of a moiety of the as for the payment of we annual fcrerriium on the Letters figned with real namos and places of diretted for at the Marlborough in will be imrocdiateiy aad fecrecy Li the and fpeedily will be A Containing a pane gyric on the refpeAive merits of the BATHE AS TON addrefled to Tfars Poem was written at the doling of tke Poeti Cal Amufements this but was fent too Jate to be tut into Milters Printed for A livery furtout coat A Bathcoating furtout of a goat fort A footmans jacket and made of faced with ditto i 9 Ladys habits and childrens mads in the foreign or Englifti in and on the moft Thofe gentlemen who chufe to nia dicir own I premife to deduft per aiid the clothes hall not exceed the above Gentlemen of being cloathed at a certain expence may bc Cupplicd with any number of half or froclc at the following four froek fuits at waiftcoat fleeves Three fuits Two fuits The faid Gentlemen to return the old clothes on the delivery of the or a due allowance to be made in lieu Two youjy men wanted frojn the country to engage for a This day is price A VISIT from the SHADES EARL CHATHAMS ADIEU to Friend LORD To which is added an Epitaphial Infcription to die Memory of WILLIAM late EAR L of CHATHAM and a propyfed Sketch of a Monument fuitable By HENRY of the Middle Author ef the Tears of O fave my country EAKL Verfibus imparitcr London Printed fer and Na Lud S T O P P A GE of LALLIER begs Leave to inform the it is feven years fince he vras fo hippy zs to improve greatly the of Darans Bou gies that having applied hirnfelf for thefe twentyfeven years paft to that but very important branch of fur the healing of fuch diforders as arfetl the neck of the the urinary producing fpungy and with painful obftruchona and ftoppages of which it is wel cannot be cured by any internal medicine whatever His Bougies are that his patients are radically cure without thJ lead which is not the cafe with othe inflame and irritate th parts without efreftin a Lallier has in his hands certificates and to refer to any one who hould doubt of wha he here He gives his advice every from twelv et tW9 and from feven till nine in the a his his Bougies ar to be and no where See his Difiertation on th diforders of the bladder and the price fold b Pauls Churchyard i and by Thofe who live at a by ftating die cafe in a paft will be cured by proper direction and the medicines fent to A certain Cure for Bruifes and STEETiSs True CHEMICAL OPO univerfally efteemed its fuperior effi as a recent ceilimony of the following is felect ed from a variety other cafes To N E W B E R A few weeks I bruifcd my face and lijhtiliould der in themoft violent by a fall againft the edge ol a fide of my face was turned quite 2nd fo that 1 could fcarcely fee1 was advifcd to fend for Stecrss which is fold at your ftiop by the applicaiian of I found next day furpri fingly relieved I felt very little moreof the pain in pny and after ufng one ray face perfedly 1 dcfire this may be made rjr the good of the and Your molt humble ELIZi March Long continued fprains are removed by the ufc of ths and by rubbing the part it will very aiTuagc the Gout and bv appointment of Steers by corner of Pauls and Richardfon and under the Royal bottles of and Where may be all Steers whkh hve met with the approbation of the public for upwards of twenty years BELLs DRAMATIC and POETIC TRAVELLING May now be had completely and packed in light cafes for the convenience or and Summer THE DRAMATIC PART confifts of One Hundred of the beft Englilh handfomely and richly embelluhed with pleafing and entertain ing Prints of THEATRICAL CHAR painted from and engraved by the beft Britifli Arrifts on piirpofe for this They may be had or in fingle plays at One Shilling each on fine or Sixpence each on common The price bound will be in proportion to die elegance of the THE POETIC PART csnfifts of following eminent printed in the Elzcverian and adapted tor the Ladies or the ornamental part of their Literary The EMBELLISHMENTS are beautifully cha raderiftic of the poetical fuljcfts which they they are finely engraved from the original defigna ot and will ever be admired as the traits ef a wonderful As the early imprcffions will hereafter be a valuable inherit fuch as are curious in prints are requelted to be fpcedy in their Authors already the whole of which or any finale volume may at prtfent be price only per neatly done up in maible MILTONs Poetical Works 4 price POPEs Poetical Works 4 DRYDENs Poetical Works 3 BUTLERs Poetical Work 3 v PRIORs Poetical THOMSONS Poetical i v GAYs Poetical YOUNGs Poetical Works 4 vols WALlrRs Poetical i COWLEYs Poetical 4 SPENCERs Poetical 8 PARNELLs Poetical 2 CONGREVEs Poetical I Printed at the Apollo for ppofite in the Dedicated to On Monday wilibe Elegantly printed in one handfome illuf trated with in boards or bound 1HE DISCIPLINE of the By CAPTAIN s o mary reguaons reave v for riding manual excrcife j evolutions and attacks difcipline quarters 5 method of encamping fervices of light troops j exercife for a regiment j move ments of the line in fix and of a regiment when reviewed regulations in quarceri direction for the cpn duft of officers a retreat j convoys inftructions raging parties method of embarking horfes picquefc o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o 6 6 G o 6 o o o o 6 This Day is with a beautifully graved by from an elegant Price or rlitcs finely Number which completes the Fiift THE WORKS in of ROBERT and JAMES of the Containing Deiigns for the King and and her Royal Highnefs rhe be Princefs Dowager or with cf the Plates in and The two A execuccd in the Queens An Harplkhord of Iniaid Jens tor the Sm prefs of Sold by Peter oppofite in the Whire miy be had any or the of this elegant Wock or ths one or by the fame RUINS of the PALACE of the EMPEROR DIOCLE at in DALMATIA of fixtyone of which the Frontifpicce ani oneturrt uf the whole are finely ftL guard officer commands a new faddle for the cavalry J cimp neceiaries of the light fprnas of nvaiterroHo cltablifnment of the light dragoons in and America annual pay of every Printed for in and fold by all the in town and In a few days will be A GLANCE AT THE TIMES With a comparative view of London and To which are fubjoiaeJ the characters of the Duke of Rich Earl of Lord Djke of Sir Cecil Wray In a Letter to the People of Printed for O be about eight Miles fromTown a fubilantial wellbuilt Dwellinghoufa fit for the reception of a large svith complete of fices adjoining a large with double coach huufcs ftaalingj a kitchengarden in covered with the choiceft fruittrees in the higheft perfection a pi fiicccffion and peachhoufes and cvLry to render the kitchengarden compleat an well fitted j a moft elegantly fitted and brewhoufe with about thirty acres of fine meadow part part furroundiiig the plsa fure and For further enquire of Thomas at New For the MORNING On fke Bill for Recruiting the TO abufe and their meafures is the faihion of the The moll fzlorary law propofed by a fervant of Government is in ftantly reprefented replete with and aa infringement on the conftitutiorfal liberty of the Let for a lay afide the fpirit of oppolition not di reit our The prefent Bill for recruit ing the is a copy of that in the year The late prepared the on principles the mofljuit and candid to and of acknowledged public uti lity But leil I hould be confidered an advocate for opprellive I here infert the defcrip tive ciaufe an which the entire operation of the Bill depends and fubmit to tfce impartial judge ment of the whether any one folid objec tion can be raifed againft the All alls and diforJerly vjlta upcn frcve t be mjrives to f and indujlricitjly fame lawful trade or or to havi fame fubjiancc Sufficient jor their jjfport to jtrve bis Majefiy I have confi derwl this clauie with fame degree of and am free to declare the Englilh doss not admit of words more of the intert tiun or lefs fubjccl to bs millaken by the mean aft A great mifchief arifmg from Sta tute Law is owing to the or inatten tion cf the in making choke of fuch varietyof In the Bill unJer that mifchief is iTuarded None can be objects of this but as are oiyefts of a wellregulated The idle difordcrly are not only but dangerous members of To remove them from of evil is me and the duty of the civil This will fcarcciy bs denied The prefent Act feet farther j it renders them ferviceable to the public in a variery cf The nation mult be dcisiiied againil the common H fcrmin a defence it is wifdom not to clilhrefs ths This can only be effected by tikinsr fuch men into the fvnice as come withia thi aLove What is the canfojuence The community 13 ealed ct the burthen or maiii taining ufeids and thoie who are in clined to arid are employed at the foaat and punue their avoeations andiliurbedi The equity and candour of the do infinite honour Men coming under the coniiance of this are permitted to eniiit and receive the Tiey ari no longer to be foldirs than during the conti nuance of the In whatever point of vietf we this it muft the approba tion of I trofti when ordered into will be found to every end pfopofsd by the
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