The art of painting in oyl. Wherein is included each particular circumstance relating to that art and mystery. Containing the best and most approved rules for preparing, mixing, and working of oyl colours. The whole Treatise being so full Compleat, and so exactly fitted to the meanest Capacity, that all persons whatsoever, may be able by these Directions, to paint in Oyl-Colours all manner of Timber work; such as Posts, Pails, Pallisadoes, Gates, Doors, or any thing else that requires either Use, Beauty, or Preservation, from the violence or Injury of the Weather. In which is also particularly laid down, all the several Circumstances required in Painting of Sun-Dials, Printed Pictures, Shash-Windows, &c. In Oily-Colours. The third impression with some alterations, and many Matters added, which are not to be found in the Two former Editions. To which is added, The whole Art and Mystery of Colouring Maps, and other Prints with Water Colours By John Smith C. M. Licensed, Rob Midgely.
- Smith, John, active 1673-1680.
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.
The choice spirits delight part II. Being a choice collection of new songs, sung this and the last season, at Renelagh, Vauxhall, Sadler's Wells, the theatres, and in the politest companies, viz. 1. The Unfortunate Maid. 2. Liberty. 3. Johnny and his Nymph. 4. Jockey and Polly. 5. The Maiden's Wish. 6. Go-A-Maying. 7. Advice to the Fair Sex. 8. Fie on you! O Damon. 9. Something New. 10. The Fair Married Dames. 11. Caelia's Upbraiding. 12. Womanish Fanny. 13. Lovely Amora. 14. Questioning Maid. 15. The Milk-Pail 16. The Fav'rite Man. 17. A Shooting Song. 18. The Tankard of Ale. 19. Totterdowr-Hill. 23. The Happy Shepherd.
Hiram: or the grand master-key to the door of both antient and modern free-masonry. Being an accurate description of every degree of the brotherhood, as authorized and delivered in all good lodges. The Whole comprehending (among an Entertaining Variety of others) the following Articles 1. History of the Rise and Progress of Masonry. 2. The antient Constitutions, Laws and Charges of the Order. 3. The only true and regular Form used in making a Mason. 4. The Lectures, Oaths, Obligations, &c. of each Degree, viz. Apprentices, Fellow Craft, Master, &c verbatim. 5 Ceremony of the Mop and Pail. 6. Word and Gripe of each Degree. 7. Description of the different Claps, and Manner of drinking with Three Times Three. 8. Hiram's Murder, Burial, and Raising, with the Punishment of the Assassins. 9. Account of the four solemn Penalties. 10. Manner of constituting a new Lodge. 11. All the Toasts used by Free-Masons. With an Appendix. Disclosing the other Secrets of Free-Masonry, not divulged by the Author. Illustrated with proper Remarks, necessary to explain the Whole to the meanest Capacity, whether Brethren or not. And contains more on the Subject than any Book ever before published. Third edition. By a member of Royal Arch.
- Member of Royal Arch.