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Public Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 24, 1770, London, Middlesex mei i i6i L S A T tf R t) A Yi February 24* 1770. [Price Twfr-peace Mt\�peniifi King HA Y - MARKET. AT the King's Theatre in the Haymarket, -Tii� Day will be performed a ferious Opera, fcalfcd , E i Z I O . The Mafic entirely new compofed bySignor Cuglielmi With new Dances and Decorations. Pit and Boxes to be put together, and no Perfons to be admitted without Tickets, which will be delivered Thij Day av the Office, at Half a Guinea each. Firift Galienr Fi�e ShrlfTn'gt. Second Gallery j�. By Their MAJESTIES Command, No-Peffdns whomsoever to be admitted behind the - Scenes, nor into the Oicbeftra. ' The Galleries Pit and Boxes to be opehgd at Five. Tobcgm afbalf paiV Six preciiely. *iU�uu D R PRY-LA N E. By Kit MAJESTY'S Company. AT the Theatre Royal, Prury.Lan�, This Da* will be preferred The FIRST PART of HENRY the FOURTH. Hotfpur, Mr. BARRY} 'King Henry, M.. Banntfer; Prince of Wales, Mr, Cautheriey ; Sir Richard VernOn, Mt. Hurft; Wor-cefter, Mr. Bransby j Douglas, Mr.Fawcett ; Northum berland, Mr. Burton; Wcftmorland, Mr. Ackman; Poios, Mr> J. Aickin ; Bardolpb, Mr. CJob'gh ; Firit Carrier, Mr.Moody; Se-Secoad Carrier, Mr. Parfons j Francis, Mt, Waldroa Sir John Falfaff, Mr. LOVE; Hoftefs, Mrs. Bwdfhaw; Lady Prercy, Mrs. STEPHENS. To v�hicb will be ?dded (the 77th Day) The J U b I. L E �. The principal Character* by . Mr. KING, - Mr. MOODY, Mr.T'Bartoa; Mr.Ackman, Mr. Hurft j MT.Whaeler, Mr. CaMe, Mr. Waldron, Mr. W. Palmer, - Mr. Wright, Mr. Keen, Mr. dough, Mr. Hartry Mr. Meffink, Mr. Booth, Mr. f. Barton, Mafter Cape, Mrs. Bradlbaw, and Mrs. Love. The Vocal t'aits by Mr. VERNON, Mr. Dibdin," Mr. Bannifter, Mr. Champnes, Mr. Fawcett, Mr. Kear, fee. Mil*, RADLEY, and Mrs. 'BATJDELEY. The Dances by Situr Dagueville, Mrs. King, Sigoora Vidini, - Mifs Rogers, &c. In which will be introduced The PAG E AN T. as it was intended, for *TRAT FORD upon AVON. The MuEc by Mr, DIBDIN. ^The Dances by Sie.Giorgi Mr. Atkins, and Mrs.King. "With NEW Scenes, Drefles, and other Decorations'. NoPerfohs to be admitted oeMnd the Scenes, nor any Money returned afcei the Curtain is drawn up. Places ibrthe Boxes to he tak�n of Mr. Johr.ftcra at , - '.the Siage Door. . Boxes 5s, pUjt. FirftQtU. as. Uoper Gall. is. To begin exactly at Six. Viv-'nt Rex Sc Regina. The new Comedy of A WORD to the WISE obliged to be dcfcr�d oh account of Mr:. Barry'� Ja-difpofition. ' .- On Monday CYMBELlNE. A L M A C K begs Leave to acquaint] � THE N O BIL I T Y and GENT R Y, sUBSCRIBERSto The ASSEMBLY in King-tow*. That the Seventh Meeting.will be, by partios'.at De-fire, poftponad to Thurfday, March x, GALLlNI's BALL at ALMACK's. THE firft BALL for the new COTILLONS, will be at ALMACK's Afllmbly-Room, 00 Friday,the gth of March .enfuing. This, j^ndevery fullswing Ball will be conducted in the gen-teeleft and neweft Manner, fo as to give Satisfaction to t he Subfcribers Doors, to b? opened at Eight in the Even! ng. The Bail to begin at Nine._ A L MAC K\ For the Benefit of Mr. FISHER. O N Thurfday the 5 th of April, will be. a grand CONCERT. H1 For the Benefit of Mr. BARRY. AT the Theatre Royal, in Drury Lane, on Tuesday, March *o, will be revivrd HEROD and MARIaMNE. Herod, Mr. Barry ; Pheroras, Mr. Packer: Sobemus by Mr. Aickin : Flaminius, Mr, Hurft : Arfinoe, Mrs. W. Bairy : Salonvs, Mrs. Hopkins Mariamne, Mrs. Barry. W th a FARCE and Entertainments, 1 ickets and Places to be had of Mr. Barry, at Mr Maflay's, the Corner of Kinf-ftreet, Covent Garden, and of Mr. Johnfion at the Stage Door. Half Moon Tavern, Cheapfide, Feb. zz. THE Friends of Mr. SULIVAN and Mr. JONES are earnestly requefted to meet at the Half-Moon Tavern on Thurfday the ift of March, to receive the Report of the Committee. As the Report is long, it is defired that fuch Gentlemen as wifti to examine it particularly, will attend at Two o'Clock precifely. Dinner will he on the Table at Four. To~be~S"oT D by Hand, From Eleven to Four. A-Curious Collection of Foreign and Englifh Violins, and many other Mufica! Inrtruiients, the Property of Mr. THOMAS C% >LLE f, fenic, op poftte Cecil.flreet, in the Strand, who is leaving off that Branch of Bufinefs The Violins are hy trie molt capital Makers, to wit, one by St.inior's Mailer, in 1583 ; one by Haul Midino, in 1504 ; one by Stanior, in 167+; one Cremona, by A. Marii^ in 1664 ; a Double Bafs. by Waflemley; a Vioionceilo, by Walf-leniry.j one by Barrat ; nne by Barrat Norman ; two Tenors and Guittar, by Ranch; foi:r Vialda-gambos, a �Spinnet Long eighths, two Pair of French Horns, a Caroline with Bells; Vocal and Inftrumenta ot all Sorts, by ihe beft Matters ; ten Book^ bounds fit for any Playhosfej Ov?turei, Conceitos, Sonata and S. los, and Harpfichord Vlufick, &c. Tkii Day it publijbed. Price Five Shillings fewed, ISTORICAL EXTRACTS, relating to Laws, Cuftoms, Manners, Trade, Literature, Aftsj Sciences, and remarkable Transitions, civil, rriiUtary, and ecclefnftical, Tranflated from'the New Hiftory lljbed, With a general Index and Table of Contents, Price z%. 6d. Tlie fixth and laft Nvnheraf THE AMERICAN GAZETTE. Being a Colleftion of nil the authentic Addreffes, Memorials, petitions, and other Papers, which have been publilhed from the Date of the circular Letters, (fent from the Houfe of Affsmbly of MalTechufets- Bay, in February, 1768,) to the present Time. Including a Journal of AMERICAN TRANSACTIONS, arid the interefting Correfpondcnce between Governor Bernard, Genttrai Gage, and the Miniftiy ; wi h genuine Speeches and Papers by Lord N-, Lord C-, Lord Hilsborough ; the Hon. G- G--, the Hon. H- S--, Governor Sharpe, Sir Henry Moore, Mr. B-ke, Mr. P-1, Mr. Dicker.fon, Mr. Bowdojn, Mr. Bollan, and feveral other ' Gentlemen ; befidrs a great Number of original Pieces, never before published. The Whole calculated to exhibit an impartial Review of the prefent unhappy Difputes between Great Britain and her Colonies. To which is added, An Appendix. Containing an Appeal to the World, or a Vindication of the Town of Bolton, from many falfe and malicious' Afperfions, contained in certiin Letters and Memorials, written by Governor Bernard, General Gage, Commodore Hood, the Commiffioners of the American Board of Cuftoms, and others ; and by them rvfpectiveiy tranfmitted to the Britilh Ministry. Publifhed by Order dj^jbe Town." Printed for G. KearQy, at No. 1, in Ludgate-ft^eet; J. Almon, in Piccadilly^ and H. Parks*, in Corn-ill. V J* New Editions of all the former Numbers are now reprinted, and may be had fo complete Sets, or the whole Work in one large Volume 8vo. S I . L K S � i FRANCIS RYBOT, Weaver and Mercer' attheSi^nof the Cat, in Raven.Row, SptTar Fields, being apprehensive that fome Miftakes. may happen from arf Adfyertifernent in the fame Nam?,, re-", tiring from Bufinefs, begs Leave t6 fnfofm hfe Frienrfs' and CuAomers that his Bufinefs is ftill.confinqlexf 9s above, Whew the/may. m fupplTecf with a great ya4-"5 riety of the moil ftHriotoatJe SHks fcr the Sprin? Trade, which will Be foW on the mo(t reaibnibie Terms. ,\ N. B. Aih the additiohaiStoctttrf aBankruptjWhi*. I he has purcrrafed reraafkahly theap, and wfll cOfpofe of the fame on the tjnoft exceeding law Terms* caft^ fiftingof Brocades,-PaofTs, cordedSa'tlins, ftriped a'net Leopard TuTues, flowered,' plain, and'Sattin' ftrlpIed refented a Tragedy called X I M 'A N T H E S. . The principal Parts by " Mr. SMITH, Mr. DAVIS, f- Mrj BENSLEY, Mr. R.SMITH, Mr. CLARKE, Mrs. BULKLEY, Mr. WROUGHTON, And Mr GARDNER, Mrf. YATES. In AftlH. a Proceflion The Vocal Parts by Mr. Rein, hold, Mrs. Baker, Mrs. Du Bellamy, Mr. Baker, Mr. Fox, &c. With a PROLOGUE and EPILOGUF. End of Act II. A Concerto on theHiutboy, By Mr, Simpi'on, To which will be added a Mufica! Enteria'ms^t called DAMON and PHILLIDA. Damon, Mr. DU-HELLAMY ; Mopfus> Mr. Duniljll ; Cymon, Mr. Hamilton ; " Curydon, Mr. Wjgncllj Areas, Mi. Davis ; Phiilida, Mrs. BAK.ER. Ko Perfons to be admitted behi;id i he Scenes, nor any Money to be returned afier tne Curtain is drawn up Places for the Boxes to be had of Mr. Sarjanr, tke Stage Djpor of the Theatre. ^ Boxes 5s. Pit 33. Firft Gdl. is. Upper Gall The Doors will be openso at Five o'Clock, To begin exactl y ari>ix. Vivant Rei & Regina. NEW MUSIC. Sft SONATAS for the Piano Forte or Harpfichord, compofed by FREDERIC SCHU-IJANN.1 To be had at his Houfe in Great Mary-le-bone-Qtreet, Mary-le�bone. - Price Half a Guinea, Nekt Month will be publiihed by rhe Came Aa>thorfcfi*,Solos for the Guittar, This Day is publijhedy ACatalogue of Fifteen Thoufand Volumes; in which is inclnded the Library of the ReV, Mr. Chalmers, ol Eglin, in Scotland; wnh.otherlarge Parcels lately purchafed, of L.hw, Mathem'aticks, Di vinity, and English H ftoiy, of fevrral eminent Hen-tiemt-n deceafed. T he Whole making a large Affirt ment of valuable Books in molt languageijArts and Sciences, and are in ^ood Condition. Which will be fold very cheap^(for ready MoneyJ . on Wedotfday March 7, r 70, and cantinoe diily.orj Sale, by WILLIAM O I RiDGE, Bookfeller, behind the New Church, in iht Stand ; who buys or ex: changes ail Scru of Bcoks. Cata ogues to be had at the Place of Sale, and of the following Bookfellers j Shro^thiie. Sond flreet; Kidky, St. James's ftteet ; Blamirct, tne Corner ot-Craven ltreet, in the Strand ; CortiaPs, Fleet-ftreet ; Peaich, Cheapfide ; and Cooke, at the Royal-Exciia..ge. D' at is. R. NORRIS's Antjfnonial Drops, by the KING'S Patent Thefe Drops cure the mot acute, inflammato<|PFever, in a few Hours. They alfo cure putrid malignant Fevers, or fore" Thoits, vHth equal Ccrt.inty : nor do the peculiar Virtues of this waited i reparation of Antimony" r�ft here. In Lowmfs o! Spirits, Nervous Fevers, Headachs, Aguei (even Quartans) ^ heuniatifm, but efpecially inDifardsrs ofthe Stomach snd Biwels, occafioned by crudities and lndigeftion ; tbey are inconteftably a DLvne Remedy. In my own Family, and among my private Acquaintance, it is ufual upon the leaft Complain', to take a Dofe of the Drops, and all is prcfently as it Ihould be. From Proofs of this Kind, and a Series of fuccefiful Experience, in the Difoiders for which it is recommended, no Medicine more jufily claims the At'ention of the Public," and the higheft Confidence ofthe Sick. Duke-ftreet, Weftminfter. T. NO. >� T Ibis Day is publijheii (Price is.) The Second Edition of HE FALSE A LA R M, Printed for T. Cadell, Succeffor to Mr. Millar in the Strand. _' . /bis Day ts pubiijhtd, In Two Volumes Octavo, Price i*s. in Boards, or 14s. bound, (dedicated by Pe'rmiffion to his Royal Hhchnefs the Duke of CUMBERLAND,) rpHE MARINE PRACTICE-of PHYSIC" X and SURGERY, including that in tire, hot Countries, particularly uWuUo all -who rifit theEaft and Weft Indies, or the Coafl of Africa; witfi an Appendix, containing, 1. Some 4�rief Direftions previous to and in an Engagement, Sec. z. How to re� covSr, drowned Perfons. 3. Preventatives of the Scurvy at Sea, &c. 4. Rules to preferve Health on the Co'aft of Guinea, and bther warm Climates, drawn from long Experience. To which is added, Pharmacopoeia Marina. By W. NORTHCQTE; Surgeon. Many Years in his Majefty-'s Service. Printed for T. Becket and Co. in the Strade?. Sold by Mr, in Bottles 5*. 3d. ios. 6d. and OneXSainea. Kearfiy, in Ludgate-ftreet |'Mr. Woodfall, a: Charing Crofs ; Mr. Walter Shropshire, in NewBond ftreet; Mr. Fell in Pater nofter Ro�r; Mr, Henry Parker in Cornhill.; and Mr. Gw3t near St.'Margaret's Hill in trie Borough.; and in all the 'principal Cities and Towns in Groat Britain ind Ireland, and the Plan�ticn's. An Accoantmay ehadof feveral extraordinary uresny at is 3d. the Box. 1. Of Electricity in general. A Description o-f the Electrical Machine. 3. A . Defcription of the Apparatus belonging to the Machine for niakingHlec trical Experimrntsi 4. How to know if the "Ma chb'e be in.good.Order for performing the Experi-nient; and how to natit in Order, if jt be not. 5 How to make-the Electrical Experiments, and to preferve Buildings from Damage by Lightning. 6. Medical Electricity. By JAMES FERGUSON, F.R.S. FTinted for T. Cadell, Succeffor ts> Mr."Millar, in die Strand. - �' Where may be had, . 1. An eafy fetrochiction to Aftronomy^by which a competent Knowledge 6f Aftronomy may be acquir'd without & pi^icHiS;,|incjX!fle t0�. GfiometFy, ot Ma ttiemat'ks,-4d Edit. Frice" 5^Soorio*. " " . 2. Lectures on feieft Subjects in Mechanics, &c. a new Edit. Price 7s. 6d. 3. Tales and Tracts' relative to feveral Arts and Sciences, Octavo^Price 5s. R. DANIEL SUTTON's Plan for uni. verfal Inoculation, at the Patients own Ha. bit t.ans. Houfes conveniently fituated (each inhabited by a rep uable Surgeon inltrncted by him) are en aged,'where fuch Patients a* have S*ublcribers Tickets, are to repair-at the Time apprinted in the faid-Teke's, to teceiv.e treparatory Medicines and In ftruftions ; they will then receive Directions for their Cpndijct rfcer Inoculation tjl! 1 h.j Comonencement of the Infection attheir own Habr,-,cion<., as will render more Attendance a:'-neceff3ry. If any unufiial ymp tom&fhould appear, the Patient will he attended by Mr. Sutton,'or fome of the Faculty concerned. This Plan is principaHy intended for the benefit ol poor and. middling Families. Children under three Years of Age, will hot be admitted. , Terms of Subfcriprion. Subfcriber? paying One Guinta, are entifed to the Inoculation of tnree Patients within the Vear , and fo in Proportion. On the-Payment, the Subtcrber re csiving three Tickets- for each Gohva, figned ny Mr. D. Sutton, aricV cpn�ter;figned by bimfelf, w^ll en'ttle the Patient for; Inoculation-without further Trouble. Subfcription TicWt�,(in w:\ichthe.different Houfei are mentioned) to. be "fiad at the foliowin? Bankers Meff. Crdft, Hart, Backwell, and Co. Pa'l-rrail; Mr A. Wright, Henriet a ftrcct, Covent- Garden ; MtfTrs. Hoares, Fleet flreei ; and'Meff. Lowry, Newton, and Mercer, Eafi Corner Lombard-ftreet. N, B. Further Information to be bad at Sufton-Houfe ; or at Mr. Bond's, Cecd-ftreet, Strand. This Day is pffifoea', In a neat Pocket Volume, Price 3s. fewed, THE genuine Memoirs of Mifs FALKE NER ; containing the Amours and Intrigues of feveral Perfons pf high Diftinction and remarkable Characters, with fome curious political Anecdoter jiever before publifhed. Printed for William Bingley, in the King's Bench Prifon^ and fold at his Shops, No, 31, in NewgateT Street, and oppofite Durham-ya^d in the Strand, and by all other Bookfellers and Stationers in Great Britain and Ireland. Of whom may be had, juft publi/hed, ... The Defence oTWoman from the Afperfions pf -rude and Anreafonable Men, tranflated from thc-Spa-nifhof Father Fegofe, Price 3s. fewed. Drt INOCULATION. R. R E I D. Surgeon, at Chel/ea, continues to inoculae Perfons in his A^art-tnen'-s. wh:ch,?re handfomf and commodious, with fuitable -Accomrrodations, for T n, Five, or Three Gui'Cas, or af their own Houfes, at a Price propot. tionable to the Dtitancc and Atcendaiice required. Having acquit'ed himfrlf with Succefs and Satisfaction to a great Number of the Nobility, Gentry, and other*, who have employed him, he hopes for a Continuance of the. .public Favours, and the Recomm?n dation of thofi Gentlemen of the Faculty, who have approved of his-Plan and Method. Particulars may be known of Mi. Reid, in Pall mail, near the. Haymarket, or in Paradife Row COOK's ESSENCE of LAC, The Effence of Lac it a grand Specific again ft the Scurvy, and fentinal Weaknefs, It is the Very beft Medicine k*own, in Nature in that Species of the Scurvy proceeding from Putrefaction, where the Veffels are weak and infirm, or in Part eat away by the Acrimony of the Diftemper, and the Breath ftnells foetid. This excellent, f�fe, and cheap Medicine will.alone cure the Senrvy, if curable, taken for fome Time, without which no Cure from this, or any other Medicine, can reafonably be expected. This Solution of Lac, mixed up with Honey of Rofes, is goad for ftrengthen ng the Gums', and in Blee ding and fcorbutic Exulctratiots thereof. In fliort, it's Virtues are very coofidcrable, thoujK cqtnmonPrac-tiee among us has not yet received kj -Whoever would fee it'a Natural Hiftory, ir*s Nature, or Medical Properties, I refer them to a finall -Treatife juft pubhlhed on the fame, Price 6d. The Dofe is from forty to eighty Drops of more, in a Glafsof White Wine or Water, two or three Timet a D*y. It is fold in bottles of it. 6 , nourilhes �nd makes them grow. It eradicates the moft inveterate Scurvy, rtnden thofe Teeth that are looft and ready to fall out firm and fixed, preferves fuch �s ate found, and prevents their fpoiliaf. This Aromatic Water has befide?, the Virtue o� mini? nil di'agreeable Smells from the Breath, which is owing to the Scurvy in the Gums and rotten Teeth. Cxpproa't Elixir for: the Tjoth Ach, affuages and cures the mofi violent Tooth Ach in a few Minutes. Soldon'y at M, Kippax't Warefibufe in jPall jA,lkl, George-yard, jx>mbard-"ftteet, and at L. an4P. Bour-geoit't, Perfumers,: ttc Upper Bad rtF tiwHaf-�- - In a ft*� Days
t draw Tears of/ Pity, even from an unrelenting Heart? What Savage to our Conltitudon can ' invent 2 Woe like this, orcari fmile, like you, at the Defertion-of.your-, and blot out that /elf�boafted.' Firminefs, th,e Tyranny of which, even your Enemies began to fJread?
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