D'r_ ,tation on Dumb Rhetoric: Language of ihc Limbs, ivilb fame Account of Mab, ncbills i: -ju ncJutg nxitb ..

... Language of ihc Limbs, ivilb fame Account of Mab, ncbills i: -ju ncJutg nxitb alloniihing Alflaiijf, cit the lieatrc»Royal, in Drury Lane. By Mrs. Miumciit. A T U E cltfianir.g Man for ji focial and cOnverfib'c Creature, gave imn diverfe Methods of expref- Ung ...

DEATHS

... Corpfe was ready for it. Mr. John Frederick Lampe, at Edinburgh, a cclcfated Mufick-Mailer, who formerly compos’d Mufick Drury-Lane Theatre. Major Harwood, in Ireland, >f t c Earl of Loudon’s Regiment Foot in that Kingom. Mr. Jeremiah Behnett, at Lambeth ...

The Brute, that’s difotders me much ;

... General Blign, Major GencrJtKDc Grangues, Majors General. Saturday Night, during the Scene of the Entertainment after the at Drury-Lane-Theatre, the Audience was terribly alarmed a Noifc frofa behind the Boxes occafioncd two Gentlemen quarrelling and drawing ...

LONDON, Ofioher 17

... tc Benefit the General Hofpital in that City when ti following Prologue was fpoken, Mi. Lacey, ironi ti. Theatre-Royal in Drury Lane. W 1 T H what niiid Luflrc Ji*es this Circle fliinc- Good are your Hearts, and pious your • The Poo , the Sic/', the and ...

Sunday the Right Plon. the Lord Chedworth and bis new married Lady fet out with a grand Retinue from their

... (lie would take him to an honell Houfe, which fhc faithfully' ; but inilead that fhe led him to a Bawdy- Houfe in Upper Drury-Lane, where they were let in by old Bawd, whom Mifs called Aunt, and after fupping went to Bed together. The Youth awaked carl) ...

On Friday next 31 Days Subfiftcnce will be out, at the Pay-Office, Whitehall, to bis Majefty’s Guards, ..

... that Comedy, call’d Eajhuard Hoc ; or, The I‘renticts: Written by Ben Johnfon, Chapman, and Martton, is now rchearling at Drury Lane Theatre, and will acted there on Lord Mayor’s Day. The Journeymen Taylors in and about London, having refilled to work for ...

Expectation a general next Summer grows (Irong, that Gentleman, we hear, are Uircady gone (iown to Salifbury ..

... Ships. J ,atl Night bis Majcfly, the Prince Wales, Duke Cumberland, Prince Edward, Princefs Amelia, went the Theatre in Drury Lane, to fee the Comedy The the H'orU. His Majelfy attended hy the Mantnis H.ati igton, and the Eiarl of WaUcgrave, tlte Prince ...

SALISBURY JOURNAL

... hold of it, but he would not, fo drove under the Water-Mill, and was drowned. On Friday Night, about Twelve, Mr. Berry of Drury-Lane Play-houfc, was attacked near St. Clement's Church, by three Footpads, arm’d with a Horfe Piflol, a Pocket Pillol, and a ...

[ Numb. 734. /» Mr. Footed Comedy, tailedTjfS'TE: Written and/taken Mr. Garrick, in the Character »f BEFORE ..

... own ! Then fet Us up and knock the Poet down. Tie Inspector’s Account of Mr. Foote’s called T A S T E, «/ it was ailed at Drury Lane, on Saturday, li 9 11. HERE is indifpuubly more genuine Wit in this Piece than in any of the Kind ever produced among us: ...

At O X F O K 1)

... Call, and (treat to have been call in Sand. • Ur , a / l l r a dre in Plaid Night |ack « seeches. w | can Shirt, walked Drury Lane. v,d j ...

Countru » ffletoi?

... ing Buttle, and Etuis without Number. Monday lad died Elizabeth Burn, alias Craven, a notorious Bawd, in White Hart Yatd, Drury-Lane. She was born and bred in Ireland, where die joined the Robbers belonging the Kellymount Gang, which were numerous, that ...

Published: Monday 23 October 1752
Newspaper: Salisbury and Winchester Journal
County: Wiltshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1531 | Page: 2, 3 | Tags: none

CauitttrU Intelligence,

... Three o'Clock, a Fire was difcovered in tine Houfe of Mrs. Anne Hazledine, Widow of tbe late W. Hazledire, Anchor-Smith, in Drury-Lane, wbkh entirely confumed the whoie Building. The Wind was very moderate, or in all Probability that Quarter of the Town vrpnld ...