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l 4 ITALIAN SONGS, DUETS, &c.

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Advent-Morning, Evening, and Easter Hymns ..................... 1 6
O Lord! have mercy, Anthem, l Voice ............... Pergolesi 1 0
O Lord! our Governor, do. ..... I do...................... Marcetlo 1 0
italian 5 ongo, 39utto, &c.
Crn del Perche finora ...... Duct, from Figaro......Mozart...... 1 6
Ah ! chi mi dice mai . ....... Trio, in Mozart's Don Giovanni 2 o
Ah! fuggi il Traditor Aria, do. ...... do. ... ... l 6
Batti, Batti...... - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Do. do. – ...... do. ...... 1 6
Crudele, Ah! no mio bene Recit ; - ...... do 2 0
Non mi dir ............. .. Aria - - - - - - - - - - -
Deh vieni ..................... Canzon.do. – ...... do. ...... l o
Dalla sua pace ............... Aria, do. – ...... do. ...... l 0
Don Ottavia son morta...... Recit.
Or sai che l'onore............ Aria, ; ... ... do. ...... 2 6
Eh via Buffone ............. .. Duetto, do. ...... do. ...... l 0
Fin ch'han dal vino ......... Aria, do, ...... do. ...... l 6
Giovinette che fate......... " ...... do. ...... l 6
e Coro
Ho Capito, Signor Si ...... Aria, do. ...... do. ...... 1 6
Il mio tesoro ........... ....... Do. do. do. - 2 0
La ci darem la mano......... Duetto, do. ...... do. ...... i 6
In quali excessi o Numi ... Recit.
Mi tradi quell'alma ingrati Aria ; O s.... do. ...... 2
Meta di voi qua vadano ... Do. do. – ...... do. ...... l
Madamina! il catalogo ... Do. do. – ...... do. ...... 2
O Statua Gentilissima ... Duetto do. ...... do. ...... 2
Per questo tue Mania ..... . Do. do. ...... do. ...... 2
Vedrai Carino ............... Aria do, ... ... do. ..... l

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LOTTERY BEGINS DRAWING

Next Tuesday,

4th of AUGUST, second Day, August 12–Third and Last Day, August 25.

J. and J. =

SIVEWRIGHT,

o soliciting the public attention to the present Lottery, would be wanting in candour to the Cost RAcroR, if they did not acknowledge that the scheme is formed so as greatly to increase the chance of Adventurers for gaining Prizes of £30,000, beyond any preceding Lottery. J. & J. SIVEW RIGHT trust they have a claim to the support of the Public, in being the first Contractors that reduced the Price of a Ticket to of 19: ros. and a Sixteenth to Twenty-seven Shillings. They have, also, another claim on public favourtheir great success in selling Capitals; but this they attribute to Fox runs presiding over their old-established Offices in London, and of their Agents in the Country, where

24,206 the Fir o30 o 000 ever drawn 15 ,760 the Last o30 9 000 eyer drawn

- WERE SHARED AND SOLD; - - - - - And where they hope to be equally fortunate this Lottery, in dividing among their Friends the

2 Prizes of £30,000
2......?,000
- 2.....(sovereigss). 1,000

3... 300 II ... $300, 200

- - &c. &c. And in addition to all the Prizes paid by Government, the Purchasers may o receive

for the Two Prizes of roooo sovereigns, with

port, Claret, or Madeira,

Amounting to Four Pipes of Port or Madeira, or Four Hogsheads of Claret, for each of the Prizes of One Thousand Sovereigns, and in proportion for shares. The Wine to be choson by the Holders themselves.

Tickets and shares are now on Sale at the old-established office of J. and J. Sivew Richt,

No. 11, HOLBORN, 14, OXFORD-STREET,

7, CORN HILL, , , 38, HAY MARKET,
- LONDON; AND BY -

All the Agents in the Country.

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