Darlow & Co.'s patent flexible Magnetine : for gout and rheumatism, spinal, liver, kidney, lung, throat, and chest complaints, epilepsy, hysteria, general debility, indigestion, sciatica, asthma, neuralgia, bronchitis, and other forms of nervous and rheumatic affections : special power magnetic curative appliances / Darlow & Co.
- Darlow & Co.
Other correspondence and papers of James Barlow, including a co-partnership agreement relating to the foundation of James Barlow and Company, (cotton-spinners), an invitation to stand for the mayoralty of Bolton, cash books and miscellaneous letters
- Part of
- Barlow, Sir Thomas (1845-1945)
- Archives and manuscripts
Proposals for publishing by subscription The man of the world, a comedy, in five acts; and, Love a la mode, a comedy, in two acts, written by Mr. Charles Macklin. Dedicated, with permission, to the right honourable earl camden. The Work to be printed under the Inspection of Arthur Murphy, Esq. Who has undertaken (in the present Exigence) to be Mr. Macklin's Editor. The Work will be elegantly printed in quarto, by John Bell, of the British Library, Strand, on a Superfine Paper, with a Portrait of Mr. Macklin, from an original Picture; and published in the course of the Winter; Price One Guinea. The List of the Subscribers to be printed. * Subscriptions to be received by Mr. Barlow, Treasurer to Covent-Garden Theatre; and at the following Bankers-Messrs. Coutts and Co. in the Strand; Messrs. Crofts and Devaynes, Pall-Mall; Messrs. Batsons, Stevenson, and Co. Lombard-Street; and by Mr. Longman, Bookseller, in Paternoster-Row.
- Macklin, Charles, 1697?-1797.
The particulars of a very eligible freehold estate, situate in the parishes of Abbott's Roothing and Little Laver, Five Miles from Harlow, Ten from Epping and Bishop's Stortford, and Fourteen from Chelmsford, in the County of Essex; comprising the manor of Abbas Roothing, With Annual Quit Rents, Fines at Will of Lord, Heriots, Palfrey Money, Court Baron, Royalties, and Appurtenances, and two very excellent farms, called Rookwood Hall and Hull Green; Containing about Four Hundred and Eighty-Six Acres of very good Meadow, Pasture, Arable, and Wood Lands, With Two exceeding good suitable Farm Houses, a Cottage, proper Barns and Out-Buildings; in the possession of Mr. William Perr and Mrs. Martha Schooling, on Leases, at Rents amounting to Three Hundred and Thirty-Five Pounds Ten Shillings per annum, Exclusive of the Manor and Woods: which will be sold by auction, by Mess. Skinner, Dyke, & Skinner, on Thursday the 11th of July, 1799, At Twelve O'Clock, At Garraway's Coffee House, 'change Alley, London, in two Lots. (unless the Whole is previously Disposed of by Private Contract.) To be viewed, by Leave of the Tenants, of whom printed Particulars may be had; Also of Mess. Clachar and Co. Chelmsford; Green Man, Harlow; Crown, Hockerill; Epping Place lnn, Epping; of Messrs. Clachar and Daniell. King's Road. Bedford Row; at the Place of Sale; and of Mess. Skinner, Dyke, and Skinner, Aldersgate Street, where a Plan may be seen.
- Skinner, Dyke, and Skinner (London, England)
By permission of the Rev. the Vice-Chancellor, and the Worshipful the Mayor. In a large room, at the Wrestlers, in the Petty Cury, on Monday the 10th of May, and every Evening during the week, Signor Zucker, and Co. (who have had the Honour of performing before their Majesties) Will display their inimitable and surprising performances. Part the First, With Books, Eggs, Numbers, Dishes, &c. by Mr. Zucker. Second,-Singing by Miss Zucker. Third,-A Lady, who has had the Honour of performing before their Majesties, will play several Airs on the Musical Glasses. After which she will Produce the Learned Birds; Which she has taught, at the word of command, to go through the Exercise of a Soldier; to lie down as if dead, on a wooden Pillow, then she takes him by the Leg, Wing, or Head, and his Limbs hang as really dead; to sit up like a Lapdog, with a Stick in his Claw, after which he swings himself in a Swing, like a Rope-Dancer; to shew how the Ladies look out of their Windows; to mimic a Dutch Woman going to Market, with Milk-Pails on her Shoulders; to appear as a Cannoneer, with a Firelock, Cartouch-Box and Cap, and sitting on the Carriage of a Cannon, will discharge the same, without being frightened in the least; the same will act as if wounded, and be wheeled to the Hospital in a little Barrow; to turn a Wind-Mill;-And, the most surprizing of all, to stand in the middle of a Firework, which shall be discharged all around him, without the least Fear. Fourth,-Miss Zucker will act a Medley upon different Countries, and sing several favourite Songs. To conclude with a Masquerade Dance, between several dozens of Eggs, by Miss Zucker, Blind-Folded. The Room is fitted up in a commodious Manner for the reception of Ladies & Gentlemen. Doors to be opened at Seven, and to begin precisely at Eight. Admittance One Shilling only.
- Zucker, Signor.