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   Public Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 20, 1758, London, Middlesex                                0  R  Y - L   a For the Bfc'NTFIT of CEls0|RAL LYlNQ-r^HOSPITAL. y^Tthe Theatre Roya� in Drury Lane, Mr. Thu Da/ Dec. to, will be prefeut^d a Tragedy call'd z a r a: Lufignan Ay Mr. CARRK>� } Ofoan by Mr. MOSSOP ; Nereftan,  Mr. Da-vies j   Orafinin, Mr. Buron j   Chatilion, BlikCs f Meliior, Mt.Scrafe j. Selima, Mr�. Daviesj Zaraby Mrt.CIB6ER. To which will be added a new Farce, of Two Acts (never perforra'd before) call'd The        r      O      U      T. The principal Characters bry Mr. Yates, Mr. Palntar, Mr. Obrien, Mr. Bransby, Mr. BJakes, Mr. Packer, Mrs. Bcnner, Mi'fs BarUn, Mift Pritchard, &c. Part of tie Pit will be laid into the Boxes, where Serv3nti will be admitted to keep Places, and on the Stage, which will be form'd into �n Amphitheatre. Ladies are defired to fend their Servants by Three o'Clock. Tickets and Places to be had of Mr. Varney at the Stage-Dor. COYENT-GARDEJj. AT the Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden, This Day will be preferred a Tragedy, call'd THEODOSIUS; Or,   The FORCE   of LOVE. Theodifius by a YOUNG GENTLEMAN, Sting the.fecond Time of his appearing on any Suge. Martian., Mr. Sparks j Lepntine, Mr. Ridout; Atticus, Mr. Marten ; Araathet, Mr. Davis; Lucius, Mr. Andrrfon j Vannesby Mr. ROSS 5 (Being the 2d Time of his appearing in tha* Character) Pulchcrja, Mrs. Vintent j Julia, Mifs Allen j Del a, Mils Fergufon ; Athenais by Mrs. BELLAMY. With Dancing, viz. The FiogaTian Dance by Mr. LUCAS, Mils HILLIARD, and others. To which will be added a Farce of T*o Afts, call'd DUKE   and   N O    DUKE. Trappolin by Mr. Shuter ; Lavinio by Mr. Cufhing. Bores c r.  Pit 3 s.   Firft. Gallery a s.   Upper Gallery 11, No Money to be returned after the Curuin is diawn up. Places for the Boxeato be taken of Mr. Crudge at the Stage-Door. To-morrow, The EaRL of ESSEX, F�r the Benefit 0/ the W dow JONA, and Her CHILDREN. "For the Bencit of Mrs. SKEFFINGTON. AT the Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden, Friday, Dec. aj, will be prefented a Comedy call'd The C Q ft SCIOUS LOVERS. YoangBcvil, Mr. Roft ; Indiana, Mrs. Bellamy. ; 4 With Singing by Mr. Lowe ; And .Jytfarta'iRments as will be exprefs'd in ihe Bills of the Day. Bojj� 5�.   Pit js.   Firft GJlery �.   Uppery Gallery u. ,:J To beghexaflly at Six o'Clock. T'yfatXt to be bad of Mrs. Skeffington, at Mrs. Coxen's inTaviftock-|Iq^j, .iCaveat Oarden; and of Mr. Crudge, at the Stige Door of the Theatre, where Places for the Boxes may be taken. .1ST, Attorney would be very willing to pur- ,chafe a genteel Port in the Law, and pay adequate to its Value. Would give a handfome Gratuity for a Partnerih p with a Gentleman of Eminence in the Proiefiion, whofe Age or Infirmities might afford a Probability of leaving off Builnefs in a few Years j or would have no Objection to a Sine Cure Place in the Exchequer, which might produce �n Income of about 130I. per Annum j tiie Purchafe-Moacy to be equivalent to its Value. Any Prrfen whofe Inclination may induce him to difpofe of whatever comes within the above Defcription, Ihall be waited on upon leaving a J,ine directed to C. at Nando's Coffee-hou e near the Temple, denoting his Name and Place of Rtfidence. "This'Day is publijlel. In Two Neat Picket Volumes, ASeries of genuine LETTERS between HENRY and FRANCES. Printed for W. Johnfton in Ludgate-ftreet._ The Original  JESUITS Price Three Shilling, or Six Shilling, the Bottle, DROPS, (And proper Medicinet given with each, to be tike-i before making Uh of the Drops) fold by R. ROC&, M. l. at h's Shop, BtU-bavage Inn Gate, Lndgate-hill, London 2 WHICH will effeftually finifh the Cure in ail Venereal complaints. There Drops i ka*� long fed in my Practice of forty Years, with great Succels. It is for the Good of the Public, and tnat only, 1 publi& this Advertifemenr ; to prevent the Igaorant and Unwary from being impoied upon, to 'he Ruin of their Conftitutiorts, and the picking of their Pockets. Obferve, 1 fay above, thefe Drops will finith the Cure; 'hat is, they will take way any Weaknefs brought on by injudicious Practice in the carrying Withe Cure, and they will ftrengthen and re.lore the Parts injured by the Difteanper : but take Notice, thefe, nor any other Drops, call them JcAliti, or what they pleafe, Tinctures, or other Bit'', of like Nature, will carry off the Venom of any Venereal Uiftemper. Drops indeed, Jc/uits Drops, and Tinctures, you may take tor a Clap, and thereby jpos yourfeiv6S, if you have not taken proper Medicines before to get .....' n'-~   ^'^'fnrr I honeftr eive tosdl my Cuftomers Vnrel. rid of Infeftion. Wherefore, I honefry give to�ll my purely rid of in Medicine, to be taken nm, ano who come for m,� Jrfuif        - n Ae Qth, fle(lituie, hjve P��np^*nin"^.W^e�fcMJdieine. 1 gi� gratis with each ^.^^"e^f^VukeNotiee, that no Drops, call them fettle of Drops.   And and fi,�    are fit t0 be evtn taken J�fe�*�Vf^icLrSoff; but hurt the Conft.tution farther, in-efter the Infeft.on.s carried on, fhe Difhrmoer. or bv bad -r---   =     ,    , R,fon.    t is ot the utmon v.ani�nucn� 10 *^�lott2*�S% i. taken in by P^ded Clap-curmg Tinaures, by pretended AfRdarit. of Cures, that never were every Drops, an eafy (ben clap even to '* 0V^3c7rtiricate. of Perfons wno never ex.fted j for iti. rfaufrtlvv^aLye, w�h a great dea. of Pl.ufibihty, and [jy maucr hj r _____,       _..-,. nr iimv other: or "*jTm/tothei;ottosnofii, your's or mine, or any other; or 'P *      ,�;. Th* T3'h ^dl":on   Pr:� is. b- in'-1, 10s. a L\-jCi  or it f.-r il l'nnt�! by E. O.vcn i.i \Varw.:k-k.-.e, a.na ijd by W. Jo ..-if.jn Luc'irate-ilie t. D.D. A 160 c Great O'hcr. This Dry In Oie 1 ra- Vol' M.thorical SYNCi'ilb W.ATi'.RS* (being a Work or" z: Y. ' th; mo.t c:le^.-3f.'l M;^.cr.il \V^-Briton,   Ire'.in', Frr:?, C^rmtov 'amof the W-.rld.   Where:'-:  a diiefied. ' Anthjr^ w.10 h*vs troi:."!! on Wut.-rs �'ir-..-ifed i.i the Act-j ", a-e c....r---d W1i properly By I'r,iit.eJ J o .'or if N R W. Jo!:.-.. U T ':.in i; v. M.n. -uJ^-.ftreet. Dca!, December i8. ?t;^r i?^o>>  EM -i IN in the Downs his Miiefly'a Ships Revenue, ial.ru-uth, iihanp.oB, ~- � - .'^/iV' L v: Sir.: D :p, \v;;h the O. my liiL Wind hard. Trowhttt,   3 Charming Kiuy, ik'atar, frcm C?.-:: Carte:, ar.d London, V/aitj, trt-tn 'i'iic i\largar.;t, Hunter, LaLr, Whitney, from NewfjunduaJ, Young Nathaniel, -, from Dantzic, r.nd s. s. w the Ot  mnd b!ow� ter 19 ec. ;cney. 13.   Pail by the Irrm Seviiie ; the laduftry, Item janiaica, 15 arrived in thg at Dnrtmouth. at Unito). Mary, Faiiee, from Virginia and Penryn, ac Guern- Jane, Carnaey, from Riga, at Mor.trofc. Aultm, Holmes, from Oporto, at Liverpool. Providence, --, from Newfoundland, at Briilfli. Prosper, Holbrooke, from j.imaic?, at ditto. Nugent, Copy th erne, from Brillol, at Virginia. Virginia, Wright, from ditto, at ci;to. Succefs, Reed, from Newfoundland, at Plymouth. Trjferday arrived the Mails from Holland and Flanders. Cinf antinomic, Aav. 4.   The Tartars have marie thc'iT Peace v.ith the Grand Sijror on v tions for Rebels.   His Sublime Hi; no; 0.. tnem to      ir^vot ktep t''c :."'.'/ Ch drove       i.im who ts are to rz'.- "-.re ?.;! tiiu cf the (.\':i.min F.rrn Prt.vilions for      Uie 0.*'       C. great Want. tr'arjaiv, Il:v.   tS.    Tltry .that the Ei :pr^ . has d-"t:'- . '. i. Commands n: Chiftf cf i:e- Ar denbur^n, ar.'i ir n.-dor to tually, has rciJv;J to au^mj.-.t: Men. Twenty-eight Hit'?':': rs tur-.: ready arrived nei.r the 1 '-or.tiers the T.oops a:e or, t,.eir i.i rci. ; thefe Rcinfcrrc Tents :!:;' this Year.    [/V.v/./. Gazet:.-. Mu:.rid, 1\dv. 21. Tn.t King ltis late ln.wipoution, b_; i.-.i T< \*il!a ViCiO!.-.. t-oncit-rcilores I".em to cr-yer a cer .te to �
                            

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