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   Morning Post (Newspaper) - April 18, 1793, London, Middlesex                                No. 6237. THUR SB A Y A P R I L s o " KING'S THEATRE. THE ITALIAN OPERA. IT SATURDAY, will be performed, AN OPERAj With the DIVERTtSEMENT of  > i LE FAUNE INFIDEL. And thfc Pantomimic Ballet of .VENDS AND ADONIS. AftertW^cW.tbis Dance rauft be laidafide, ojn account 'of" the great preparation making for the New Grind Ballet. On tUESDAY NEXT will be produced, for the Firft � Time, tfte Grand Hidorical Ballet, in Four Parts, - which has faeenib lone in preparation, entitled 'IPHJGENIE IN AUL1DE; Or, THI? SACRIFICE OF IPHJffE.NIA. '    ;      CompofedbyMonfieurNOVERRE. With entirely New Scenery, Machinery, Dredes, and Decorations. The Mufic of the Ballet entirely New, compofed by * MonfieurMILLERD, Compoler for tho Ballets at the Opera at Paris. Iphigenia, Mademoifelle HILLIGSBERG, Clyternneftra,,M�demoifelle &HLLERD, . -    Agamemnon, Monfieur D'EGVILLE, Achilles, MoaficurNIVELOW. "   EgiftftuS, Ttfori&eur FAVRE GARJDEL. The Young Oredes, Mademoifelle MENAGE, Ledrian, Monfieur GENTILL - Warriors, fcefeian slaves* Hi^h Prietfs* Prieds, and Prieftefles, by the CORPS DE BALLET. . In the cdurfe of the Performance is introduced the Grand Proceffion of IPHIGENIA into AULIDE. The Scenery, Machinery, &c. &c. deligned by Signor MARINA'RL and executed by him and his Affidavits. Tie Decorations by Mr. JOHNSTON, the Drefles by Signor SESTINL %* The Managers beg leave particularly to requeft, that no Gentleman on that Night will come behind the Scenes'; as the number of People engaged ia the Ballet, and the variety .of Scenery and Machinery, render fuch admiflion highly inconvenient. THE PLAYS. KAY-MARRET. THE PIRATES, w i t ii THE MAYOR OF GARRATT. QQVE Ar T-G ARBEtf. HOW TO GROW RICH, with THE POOR SOLDIER._ RS. BLAND mod refpcftfyUy. informs her _   _ Friends and the Public. that her BENEFIT fixed for THURSDAY, May the gth, when will beprefented, A FAVOURITE COMEDY, In which Mrs. JORDAN will periorm, With a FARCE and ENTER TAIN MEN TS. Tickets to be had of Mrs. Bland, No. 12, St. Al-ban's-dreet, Pali-Mail, ana of Mr. Fofbrook, at the Theatre, where places- for the Boxes may be taken. THEATRE-ROYAL, DRURY-LANE. ADoubt having arife-i refpefting the validity of the DORMANT PATENT to be purchafed bv the PROPRIETORS of this Theatre, the l pus-t'ees forte-building the fame have authorised me 10 declare, that Aah doubt, after the ltd left inveditfation, i removed by tlie unanimous opinion of MelTrs. PI GO I I, BERNARD, H A R G R A V *., a 1 id B U RIO X, the ' Cc-nfcl to whom the nutter was referred. The-SUBSCRIBERS to the New RENT CHARGES will uleafe to takenorice, that the DEBF.Nl URES will be forthwith made our, on the cxecu'in* '-he Trult Deed, and notice will be jiivcn oi the NhtOyO PAY MEN 1 to be made at MeiVrs. RANDOM, MORLAND, and HAMMERSLEY's. RICHARD HOWARD, April 17, 1793. Solicitor for theTruft. MR. SrfLOMON's CONCERT, w 1 HAN�VER-SftOAR�. HTHE StiWcribers ire ft{pciftfiiHf acquainted, -tfett^lfefTSWTH PERFORMANCE will be This Evening the i8rt* ImTaht, ,   $*rttthe Firft. Grand Overture, Haydn  .Ar^a, Signof Brunt.  Con- .cefto, PIimo^Forte/Mr. Bert int. Aria, Madame Mara. Grand Cortcertante, M. S.Tor VioHnj Violoncello, Oboe, and Baflbon Qbliffati. Jiaydn. " Part the Second. New Overture, M. S. dementi.   Aria,.lienor Brum. Concerto', Violin, Signor Viotti.  Scena, Madame Mara. Finale, Haydn. The Doors to be opened at Seven, and to begin cxa&ly at Eight o'Clock. N. B. Inconfequence of continual applications from many of the Subfcribers for Single jFkkets for their Friends, which Mr. Salomon has not thought himfelf at liberty to refufe, he thinks it his duty to acquaint the Subfcribers at large, that Single Tickets, if ftalf-'a- Guinea each will be delivered at the Rooms every .day (Sunday exceptedjfrom Eleven to Three o'clock, on applica^ tion from any Lady or Gentleman, who has done. Km the honour of Subfcribing ; but as particular attention mud be paid,, that no more tickets araiffued for each night's Performance" than.thei Rooms can.copveniently accommodate; he hopes that a refufai id thbfe w-ho may apply too late, will not he conftrued into difrefpecL ... -------1-   t \ 1 �   - � SHARP defires ta inforui the Sussca 1- uas, that the Portrait of TH0MA6 PAINE, Engraved bv Mr. SHARP, from an excellent Piclure by Mr. ROMNEY, will be ready to be delivered to the Subfcribers, at his Houfc, Nr.. 8, Charles ftrcet, near the Middlcfex Hofpital, on Monday, the 29th of April, �793- � �--------�-�---*- GREAT ROOM, PA NTON-STREET, HAY-MARKET, THIS and EVERY EVENING, ar Half paft Seven o'clock, BRESLAW's NEW  VARIOUS  ENTERTAINMENTS willoc idfplayed ^.s follows: 1. Madame WARNipUE will play i>v-r.d PIECES of MUSIC or4 the V'OllN, a,..; Skur B\LLUCCI will" WHISTLE th.* XUI'ES; after which Madame RE- BECQUE will ling Two FAVORITE SONGS, accompanied cn the MANDOLINA. 2. Mr. BRESLAW will pvi.;u;t-v�.:..;.n.j,M... Invented Magical Card Deceptions, Lexers, Numbers, Cafkets, Silver Medals, "**atchu�, Gold Hjxes, Silver and Glafs Machineries, &c. &c 3 Madame WARN IQ ' F will pl.iv a SOLO on the VIOLIN ; and the NEW VciK-..;.an .IOSSIGNOL will imitate VARIOUS BIRDS, to il.-j .iftoniihmcnft of the Spectators. The Rooms will be elczantly Illuminated. Admittance Three Shillings each ^erfon. Tickets to be 1i;h1, or any per fen inclined to learn fome Receptions on  Cards, Machineries, &c. apply to Mr. BRESLAW, at No. 9, oppoiitc the Opera-houie, Hay-Market, EVERY DAY, from ELEVEN till TWO. SADLER's WELLS. THIS PRESENT EVENING, and the following Evenings, great Variety of ENTERTAINMENT^, particularly a favourite COMIC DANCE, not performed here thefe Ten Years, called THE CALEDONIAN LOVERS, LIBERTY 6J fttE PRESS. 13HE/F00RTH MEETING of the FRIENDS rVjil&.TKE LIBERTY.OF THE FRESS, w]ll be. ^^^OWrand ANCHOR TAVERN, on Sa:t v^jphffitfie aOth Inftant, when -thzy will have �- EUBLJC PIN|NER_, 9REYy Efq. M. P. in tlie Chair. ?"SXEvVAft'DS.� Hon. John Rawdon, M. P, J-Mr. Alderman Coombs Samuel Shore, Efq. John PrJtt, Efq. Hon. T. ETlkine, M. P.- JamesArchdekin, Efq. Cofone. Haftinjs      ' Wilfiam Wood, Eft*. JdhttGodfrey, Efq, \Villfa;ri Harwood, Efq. *Lord l5aer John Claridge, Efq. Tofeph Porter^ Efq. 'Ht^gins Eden, Elq. WilKam Smith, Efq. M. P. Nicholas Gay, E;*q Dinner on fable at Five o'ClocJC; but as there will be fom$ previous bulinefsi a-full 'attendance ks requeued at Three o1 Clock. ' Tickets ;s. 6d. {wine included) to be had at the Bar of the Tavern, and at Mr.*Debret*'s, Sookfelier, ficcauilly. An early, application wiH be ncceflfary, as the faie of therh wil^.rtainly ftop on Friday, the 19th infant. V   ' � '\ �   \ r '___ �   HISTORIC GALLERY, Paix.-Mall. THE EXHIBITION of PICTURES patnteti for the Complete HLWDRY OF ENGlAN-D", is now opeis,  , thofe who widi to poTcfs fo curious a fnbje^t, are remjelleJ to fend their orders as fpcedily as pollible to J. Downes, No. 24^ Temple Bar .Strand. Of whom may he had, Two Prints, one of the Tree of Tru* Britifli Liherty* and tlie oilier of the Frciv:h Tree of Falfe L'iber;y, hap-p'dy contr dV.i'w; the frnation of t!.e two Countries, Price One Shilling e.ich, plain. Alfo may    hid. The Contraft, r\;lcsJl^r^y tcloured m the beft ftile HERTFORDSHIRE SOCIETY, AlTociated for the Purpofe of obtaining a Parliamentary Reform. Royflon, April 15, 1793* Rcfolved unanimoudy, rTPHAT this SOCIETY do highly approve of X" the Reiblution of the AlTociatiott of the Friends of the People, of March 16,57^3, adhery^g to their Refo-iution of April r6. 1792, viz, Jhat a Motion be made in the Houfc of Common*-, in the v r ese n t Session, for introduclnK a Parliamentary Reform; and that Charles Grey, It'q. be reqnefled to make, and the Hon. Thomas Lfkine to feeond tliat Motion. In the Nar.^e, and by Orderof theSocirty, (Signed)   ESENliZER HOLLOCK, Chairman. GENTLEMEN ACCOMMODATED WITH A REGULAR TABLE. INGLE GENTLEMEN often complaining of the  Expiree  and inconvenience 01   uv.uu Principal Dancers, Mr. DUBOIS, and Mrs. "PaRKER,    ^ The tx^icc ana tnconvciuw-nuc ? - An entirely New Entertainment, in a Series cf Scenes    Supping at Houics oi Public Entertainment, oe^ig ( drawn from the recent and interctling Occurrences on    liged either to make a johtary Meal, or^m.K with di 1! EAbT-lNDlA HOUSE. Apr 1 l      1797- HE Court of Dvrlars cf the United Convjuny of y.enk  of Lughnd ire ding to tiu Eujl-l^dicsy do krrc'y give W "'i ,    , Thut :i Litre.I'wt of the fa: J Company zvul ut tic(d% than Uc.itfc in Ltadcak-.tll-flrf't^ on Saturday nc\U tiu: izth Ii:JLuJt at ticrcn o'thek in the Forenoon, o>> j)>echl Ajfiirs. drawn from the recent and interclling Occurrences on the Continent, inte fperfed with Songs, Trios, Cho-rudes, &c. called THE SANS CULLOTTES; Or, THE INVASION pF UOLLALD. In which is gr'en a circumfiantial Difplay of the principal Events during that Attempt, and iubfequent to its failure, viz. 1. The Chara&erirtic March of Dumourier's Troops from Antwerp to attack the' Dutch Frontiers. 3. Their Irruption info the Dutch Provinces, with the Pillage of the Grand Culloitcs. 3.* The Sic?c and gallant Defence of WilliamRadt, with the PrOffrefs and Etlect of an Innundation. 4. The fuccefsful Sortie made by the Garrifon, afltlted by a Party of Englifh Sailors. "5. The Burning of Maerdyck, by the Sans and ob-fa- refpedable Characlcr, with Dinner, Tea, Cott Supper; or Dinners only, or Tea, Coilee, and S without Dinner, on very moderate Terms Cotiee, and uppers, This Day is publilhed, in three Lir^c Volumes O&avc*, Price one Guinea in boards, HPHE HISTORY of SPAIN, from the.Efta- JL bliihmenr of the Colony o' G D � ^ bv the PHGl-NICIANS, to the Death of FERDINAND, furnamed the SAGE. By the AUTHOR of the HISTORY of FR AX*" F. Tt is woithy remark that, excepiint: the Wor.; n >\v ri R publilhed, there is no HISTORY of SPAIN extant ia the Enjdiih Language'. 1 Printed for C. and G. Kearsley, No. 46, Flcet- ftreet. Vv'here may be had, A new Edition, in Thr e Valumcs Oclavo, Price Eighteen Siidiin s in '.u irds, ot The HISTORY of FRANCE, broustr dowto 2nd includin- A COMPLETE NARRa . iVE of :ue iat^ REVOLUTION. T*f Far a Charader of this Work the Public are re* queried to refer to the Mont: ly, Criric?L Analytical, En- gliih, Gentleman's, and t urooca;; Reviews. :\; fo, r>y rr.e ram v.- .v.:;.r.r, The HISTORY of ROMF, rr.-�m the Fonridation of the Cirv bv Romulus, -o the Death ot" Marcus Antonu nus.   Three Vols. Oclavo, Price Eighteen ShillmS--. m Board?. t'cTr This Work is alfo very highly fpo en of b/ the dii'erent Reviews, - With Seven Plates, inc!uJ:::g a Pcnrair of St s. a n s. The Society will be felcctT and every Attention paid by* the Advertizer to render it agreeiblv, ar.d may pai ^..u-lardy fait Gentlemen of the Law, Oilicers of the-Navy and Army. Letters to A. B, at Mr. Richard's, Gun Smith, No. 50, Strand, \\ill be attended to. Two Gentlemen may be accommodated with AparN ments. N. 15. A Set of Wine Vaults to Let. This Day is publiih Price Thres Shillings and Six-pence fewed, The TWELFTH EDITION of the EAUTIES of Sterns, including many of his Letters   and Sermons, all   liis   Patueti � + Ds sc 1 ? r ; 0 s �, and Jioit e 1 s- ulottes and /v adjournment, *it men EAST-INDIA HOUSE, Af p n. 17, 1793. HE Court of Directors of the United Lorn puny H of Mcrch.r-Us of Er^Lind trading to the Eajl indies* do !:crchy five Xoticc: r"! Morrow Morning. PARTNERSHIP. WANTED, a Paktnkk. that can c mm and from Two 10 Three Th,ouf.md Pounds, and that Xvill take an aclive part in a Ready Money Manufactory, the moll profitable of any now carried on, and in full cir.oloy. The property belonging to the Factory will al-V.-ays amount to more than the capital required, (or if more money (houid be wanted,) any perfon whom this li)av Juit, tViaH have every enquiry fully fatistied, by fend-inir a letter to li. Y. at Anderton'* Coffce-houie, Flect- Fench National Volunteers, previous to their efcape by Nifiht. 6. The final RepulHon and Retreat of Dumourier's Army into Tournayi and the revolted State of that City. 7. The Arrival and Capture of the Comilhoners fet-tc arreft GENERAL DUMOURIER. and his confequent declaring for a KING at the Head of his Army. The whole finishing with a Trio and Chorus of VIVE LE ROI ! The Scenes painted by Mr. Greenwood, from Views taken in Holland, and the Drelies and CotUuneof the Dutch and French Soldiery; kc. copied after correct Drawing purpofely fent from Antwerp.   The New Mu(ic by Mr. Reeve. In the Courfc of the Evening will be introduced a New Local Allegorical Sketch, coniilting of Song, Recitative, and Spectacle, called THE HALL OF AUGUSTA; Or, THE LAND WE LIVE IN. A C EPTAIN CURE for CORNS. INFALLIBLE GERMAN CORN PLAISTSR. HPHE Proprietor of this mod excellent Remedy JL is fo certain of its efficacy, having never failed in a variety of cafes, a6*rec~s, if it does not eradicate the Corns, root and branch, to return the money. It will, on application, takeod' the Iurlammation in a few hours, and deftroys cilectnally the malignity, without .the loaft hazard. Printed directions fealed up with it. This is the celebrated PUiftcr that gained fo much reputation in Germany; and'has been fold in London upwards of rifty years with the greateft reputation. Price is. ijtf. the box, dutv included. Sold wholesale and retail, byT/ Axteil, No. 1, Finch* lane, near the &oyal-Exchange,* and retail, by Mr, Southern, No. 27, St. ]ames's-itreet; Mr. Catennoul, No. 376, Oxford-road; arid "Vlr. Day, Taviftock-Zfrecr, and at Mr. Bacon's MedicinaTWarehoufe, No. 150, Ox-ford-(lreet; alfo, by Mr. Rofamon, Wade's Pailage, Bath. Ti.NC'JlSHSO  USURVATION'S ON  Ll / 5. Another Edition is alfo to be haa, bear.'tifnUy printed in Octavo, oa a hr.e Vclltim Paper, and hot pic-fied.    Price ScveW Shilii'-gs in iic-rds. l'r*;ued tor C. and G. Keirfi ;y, \'o. 4(5, Fleet-Hrcet; where ntay be illi, lately publilhed, I With a grand COMMERCIAL PROCESSION; n which are perfonified the different Trading Con- of Great Britain, with their various Drcllcs THE VOICE* COLDS, COUGHS,.CATARRHS, ASTHMAS,' CONSUMPTIONS. - PATIROSA. "^HE Right Hon.theCountefs of Masse reenr has given the Proprietor of the LOZrENGE Dl Fhe liLAw r i"*f�53f Sn ak t5pE.\;'. ^., fciccied :rom his Wo;ks ; to. which are adde : :hc priu-ipal Sct.i.s in the fame Author, the Fifth Edition (with Plates) corrected, Tevifed and enlarged. Piice 'i'hrcc Shillings and Sixpence fewed.' 'Ihe' Healtus o f.Johs so y, confifling of Maxims and Obfervations, moral, critical and" mifceilaneous ; to which are now addetl, Biochaphicai. Anecdotes of the Doctor, felecled from the Memoirs of Mis. Piozzi, Mr. Bofwell, and others, with a poraair. Price Three Shillings and Six-pence, fewed. The lis duties of the Spectator, Tat e r and Gu a ot an, connected and Ui^efted under Alphabetical Heads, in Two Volumes, the Third Edition. Price Six Shillings fewed. The R km; ties of the Rambler, Adventurer, Con\oi:.s-ur, Wo l a d, and Idl e*, in Two Volumes* Price Six Shillings fewed. and charaaerifiic Accompanymcms, explained by at-     JL   has given tlie proprietor oi n�c - tendant Banners, apd including a correct and. Unking    PATI ROSA, her permifton to inform the Public, Difnlav of ' " That inconfequence of a violent cold, her l.aciy- Mr. RYMER, Sur^e^i, No. 36, Gcrrard-ftreet, Soho, RESPECTFULLY informs the Public, that feis CARDIAC and XERVOUS TINCTURE is row daily prefvnVd by the ableft Phylieians in.this country, with the ;;rcatc�t fuccefs, in obrtinate dilbrders of the head, ftor:inC:j, and bowels; fevere Routy, bilious, and nervous cafes; in pally, and the chronic afthma; chlovofis, and oiiu-i ui^eaies occaticned by the preternatural laxity,of the folids, an i atrenuation oi the fluids; namelv* iirconaplaint^ which arife from corporeal debi-'lity'or weaknefs- and that, in dangerous aitacktfof the .goul hi.tlie Jtomach ;iud head, and in alarming cafesof - palpitation, and iiregularity of the pulf-, this medicine ' gives immediate relief. Strangers to Mr. Rymer, who have not fecn the certi-. ficate&delivered with the bottles, wimiiij; to be further . farUricc!, \vi;l be reierrcd to refpcclable pcrfons4 who will  lLst as. Quiiuefleitces and Effehces, Seemed Waters, Oils, Cofmetics,�Effences for making.Pomatums, &c.-:J;gh Usi\\q  and xod. per pound. Large Pots of fcented Pomatum, ta nourilh the Ha4r* is. per pot, exclufive of the duty. The above articles on the fame tersis at Tttnbtidi* =5 A   

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