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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 1, 1765, London, Middlesex T U N R Y THIS the LONDON MERCHANT The Hiftory of GEORGE George HOLLAND LOVE P A C K E R 5 The BURTON Mar MJfs PLYM Luey BENNET PALMER With QUEEN M A Rooker C O V E N T THIS RICHARD the King S M I T H j King Duke of Hull Derj Prhice Evans Duke of Yoikj Matter Besford Lady VINCENT Ducheis of FERGUSON With PERSEUS and A N D R O M E U Mattocks MifsWeirman j I L E S 5 From the of THE GAZETTEER AND NEW Variety ofphannels through which it pajjet has lately been the Meant of fo maijy and of apprehending fo many that it may bt ive PUBLIC That for the all Informations of this f6w3 will lie corrttamly infertediu TK ts PAP ea And if sucji IN IONS arc properly attendedtoby PA Sit vERSMiTfisj BUYERS OF SECONDHAND feu Robberies will especially if ALL PERSONS make ufe of the fame Paper to adverUfetheir Lodes A T the Kings Theatre in the Hay THIS DAY will be performed a New The MUSIC by different With DANCING between the Jjoerforis to be admlued without whichwillfcc delivered at the Bojtes Half a Gallery By their Majefties noPerlbns whatsoever fce behind the Scenes or irro the The Pit and ojiened at To Half after Six Viva Jt Rex Day is A T U E of the IB R Right the rl ef lately brottfRTTOm his Houfe in Jaifiess Sqiare To Three curious Clocks msde by and a Wheel belong ng to tte fame Noble Which willba foli by SAMUEL BAKE Tn Covent ou Mondayttye aad to continue the Five following be ffnuiftg each Evenirg at Six Th4 fiolcs ta be viewed op Monday aud to the Tirhe to be had gratis of thefollowing I PallMall CharingCroft Cornhiil i TempleBar and at thiKFiaceof This fi CATALOGUE LFlRAiixs and of htely pabluhad i ampnp which is included the Library of JOHN ANTHONY Efq Secretary to the lite Earlof Granville andthe Medics Part of the Of CHARLTON WOOL AS feoth lately The whoe making a leftimof upwards of TEN THOVSAND and Which are VOW SELLING very reafooab e ami will continue an Site EVERY the bweft Price printed in ihe By S A M IT E L 3 4 K E la XTovent I BtmdiStieer CharingCrofs Cprnhill TempeBar and at the Place L A NCASH IKE TH E Monthly Meeting of the Gentlemen of will t e he id TO at Seven in the Half Moon where Gentlemen of the County are particularly defiredto attend oa Special The MorthTy Meetings wiHContinue to be held the Wednefday in every fucceejing Month on a Planattrie tbove Sale ofr ac theQueens Head and CoventGarden counting of and plain Silks of every for theprefeiu a 11 rge Aflbrtment Nor wich Black Si As we hsvs Jarely had an Oppnrttm ty of purchafmg a Partof the aboveGoods couhJcisbiy under their may oepcnj on rinding exiMordimry For rhe Year Price The Money to be returned The CONU V O L If M E of C ATA L O G U E of a fun her Parr o the Stock of Bopk ii whh will begin to fe MJ the loweft Pricei printed hi tV for ready Money only hs and every Kay liii th in this on are The L braries of the fol lowine lately Sr William Recorder of of London Tohn Years Recorder of WarWick the Rev Snvl FdnKiad ore or of he Society of eminent Special of GrrysInrt tKr Author che I ives of the Tie Hooks iri general aw in fisjp hti ijrce Paper in Ml3 Biiidngs a largs Collection of and by the greatest may be had at all the chidfCyfies and iu Eurcf and at the Irlfe Proprierf has had the HMibur of receiving from the Cle our of firrt Part of his it entourages him to a fecund by allowing to tuch as fo kind ss o be to rhe Amount of Five Difcouttt Five per for Ten Ten per tenr for Twenty and no farther for any Sura laid The NpbiTy and Gen tlewen an Opportunity Ibraries at a much cheaper as the ywprietof propefes to as foon he caad fpofe of fail Shops andlarge Magazine of To be dif cf fome N At is to he oiVone of the thand of the on the larpe excetdmg to pleat Commiffiotw tafceo In by Day is Price Addreiffcd to ft is by Illuftrated wiihtwb Coppei pUte Wilking with the ZakRoc or BearsRdti The or Crocodileof Surinam both neatly engrived I HE GENERAL MAGAZINE of ARTS and SCIENCES inches of iifeful on an for Amonpft a Variety of cu rious Articles in Achmet an Eaftern on CaJe concerning che Thirds j by the Cuftoirtof the City of Opinions On the Origin of by Rowland Efq Macho mat cal Queftisns an Newones co be Selett Pieces of Pi etry on Prnted for near TempleBar Mi by al the Bookfellers in Great Britain and Number and of this Magazine for January and complete Sets may be rud for the fame We leave to inform the Puichafersof this that we ftiaU not burden thorn with afvpje but give an Index Years Magazines our which will be the Firft of next wherein will atfo einfer ed tire FxVfnifsof of our that came to4 lire id Tbit Day isju In Two Volu and its the New Buildings Price fexvcd ift Bfue Cbvers bouod in CafT E VV A M U S E M E N T S of the G E RM A f SP in iri Year By LI M Boif RC Senior Fe low of the Royal Acjjemy of Sckiices ai To which are added and Therirefeat aVutely altered from rhopafl even the RegitfJtiopj pfcfcrihed to thofe who drink tlic Warers i the Prnted and in Holiorn oppofiic tMmreJi j and wliom will fobn PTrTciJ The BEAUTIES of FWERP pvmg rate Account of on Account of which This Ray is Price onlj 6 Though embellifhed with Curpus Vlaffs oc the moit Vegetable for A Branch of ilie LaCh finely And Light uncommon from the Likewile a fa fet to dN DON MAGAZINE vjr can gmfy cfce Jncjuir es of the ifie Poli theManof T the CJay and Police with m appipved of the utmot tlun a re to be fouriJ in any Monthly Publi cation particularly the judicious and iraporeanc Hff tory of and heroin a Reply ofome P iits of anJ a true State of the Sinking The wellapproved Hift ry of the late Coukes Accjuni of Hiftory and Culture of Lucerne Letter to Cafes Obfervatiens Op remarkable Cafesin Letter froia an excellent fur Sca Me hods of curing and af Clover Accounts of the new UifqTiptionof uucoinmon LeggiA Rite an j Progrefs of Informations in the Kings Poetical EiFajSj V for in Paternofte The APPENDIX to rhe London for 1764 eomariing a great Xariety of imporciftt snd wih sccirrate and cop oos In anJ every other Article neceflkry to cjmplec the Yearj ornamented with au eJegant and General Ttl rv atly engraved will be pubtifoed the 2oih Inftsnt This it publij Hie SECOND with large iDecijcaled to His GR the Du KE of N A K RA II Vii i f the t ffccls of a rfif cove ret at Paris in the Year i liy a celebrated German Chytni cures Venereal Life a fii in its moft malignant wthout or the Jeatt is now in boh in private andin all the Military Hotpials well ui thcjKcated Certificates of Miniiles of and other nehle Perlbnages 5 as alfs a grest Number of the mol eminent Phyikaiis and To whxh is the Difeafe and fliewinp its in Gouty aud Scrofulous By A M E S C O W X1 E Printed for in Pauls j in Threadneedle behind the Royal Exchange in near Hicks Hafll in tlie Paffige of the Temps Exchange 1u Fleet Sireet and may be had of ill the in Bri This Medicine is to be wkh proper Ad in all Cafes of at Houle in Johns and by his fpecial at the above mentionkid the P O L I G collefting int one all ions of FfiuJ and Iclony in or neay this byconitnnt and opened c irr eJ on with this Office 4T Eajany jeais pall the Afting Magiftrates oa ths fame Account has couftrufled fuch anVefol Syftera of a Police as muft ever be do med a vaJuijSe this when it is con lideredf by this Mesus rnoft of the notorious Offun in Gangs or boh in Town aftd forthefe 12 Years have been appre or brought to Juirice and as DifcoverieBof this Kind will te rendered and Eliiiprfof ftich Offenders dilficuU in as this ufffjullUn is attended Sir Juhn re Perfoa who fhall be robbed or or to be robbed or wi of the fame at the alxve for and fudden purfuit are the Principles whichtoeSuccefs of tti s Lndsnakiug depends and bi a laborious Tiflcto fupprefs Evils in Soci by neglect are got to a great Heigit yet when once they are as is the prefent relative to theabrtve Speeies of a conftaiit of the by which they were muft keep them uu tfais is in the Power of the PuMic by furwilugp the above Office with all neceffiry Informa tia SiAif MeiTge and Exprefle will be paid for it this where purfui is always ready to be feiit out oa any En JtgncJ A Superanuated lafl few the P R I N T E the feifion of parliament ap 1 take the liberty of thro the of your to the public fome articles which amendment by the in order to rencUr ths execution of the The points I mean to are recitad in a very Judieious lr T TA pubrifted by the the title of the jyillory of the FOOT In the tighth the in brae of the branchesof the office of JaHiies of J Ihall riae myfelf to thofe articles otiJy which might Eetnedied by one general as to the variety matcer thtfre it may de ferve particular acts to be made for thofe pur and mil naturally be taken notice when the minuter points are adjurted but that the pradlical parts may not be I fliall think itno undertake the paffing of fuch a general having the honour of a feat in the Houfe of and fir the commiHioU of the peace for the couTity where my property lies and I hope Ihave be gun the enquiry may excite other to aifilt me in the prolecution of Far am I from offering fuch my feryices upon an opinion of my own ability to rectify what may appear defective in the voluminous partof thejultice of Peace but to take off the force of the pro That what is every bodys is nobodys and where felf and profit is not few people will engage in bufi To prevent therefore fuch an I make bold to fubjoin fome obiervations of my to thofe mere elaborately drawn up by To begin then with the article of The fifth of limits the etlate and quality of peiIons to be That their pa rents mould be worth and fpecifying who or take them which however ufeful at the time of making that is no ways at prefect or As to the difputes between matter and ap there are at prefent two laws and the 20 The former recites the complaint co be made to one and the latter ciirecis nut lefs than two Jultices which certainly wants fome and would be better if the whole relating to them fhould be under one repealing the furnur ones and it may certain ly be more conducive to the good government of diforderly if the puuilhment of them was to be ordered by one as is the cafe relative to fervants by the faid aft of 20 The next which feems to cant a very fmail relates to the 18 concerning where the two nextjuf ticcs are to take order which may be difficult and Therefore by alter ing the word next to it will have the fame good effect without any of the inconvenience above The ftatute of 12 which enafts no money hall be appli ed to repair county till prefentnient made by the Grand Jury of aflizes or qparter fvffions which may when a iinall immeJiatdy might an the Therefore in cafes of emer and of frnall expence not exceeding it may be proper for ibme pouer to be lod ged in the JuiUces at their monthly to order it to be and report it to the naXt if immediately the High Corrftable apply to one Juitice to aeivt his direftions about The confideration of it the Clerk of ibt for fefficns is a fubjvct that de ferves fome notice to be taken as they are not afcertained by any ftatute except in fome cafes and indeed it is requifite and by whom they ihouldbe particularly in judg ment given on appeal from an order of the fees ought to be paid by thofe againll whom the judgment is given and fo in cafes betweeri party and party that Jje who is in the wrong Ihould pay the feesj which would prevent vexa tious funs aifd fo in other cafes where a per fon is indidted for an affult it feems very hard that he fhould pay feven or tight pounds Coutt when it is found he was in no fault and therefore the falle accufer Ihould pay the famcj In regard to the office of he is at a great trouble in executing Jultices without being entitled to any fur his pains therefore he ought not to be taken from iiis family and fome recom which fhould be paid in the firir inftance by the party applying but after examination ef the it ought to be impofed on thie perfon who is found to be in or paid out of the As to executing warrants of there is no power to open locks or doors and certainly where it is lawful to there ought to bs a proper power to come at the As it is much qaeilioned how far Juiiices have a power to compel witneffes pear and give Therefore it is certain ly proper to coniider in what and ia what Jullices mould proceed I have thus mentioned a few which may be fufficient for one letter and fhfcu at an other opportunity tranfimt you what farther oc curs to me XL7IL cfthe CONTRAST To in anfiuertt P K IN 1 EVERY concern to trade being of great im portance to a commercial as 1 ihall make no apology for triubling yoiwitii a few lines on an article of cornmyrce formerly of great benefit to by eipployhig aconfiderable niunber of people in the different parts of this but which feems now to be greatly through the mifliikeB avarice of fome men who prefer a fmall temporary ad vantage to every other anddo not reflect what fatal confeqiiences it inay hereafter The article of Engljfh ftockings forrrerly bore a great reputation in all our North Amifican in the Weft and even in the Eaft and was a very by confuming yearly great quantities of the produce of and which werecceive fiom our own This commodity ufed to be ferved to the foreign by the he applying to the and the latter to the in above twenty different parts of Great where each of thejefpeftive articles were manufactured belt j by which means a cargoof hofiery was well as the tradefman mult have great dependanceoa his and was aperfeftjudge of all the different fpecics of the of which thero might b about 100 forts in a cargo and of great repuration accrued from the fale ot iuch cargoes at foreign But lately a new method of carrying on this trade been The merchant now applying immediately to the principally of Leiceiter and for every Kind of theie vainly thinking by that means to have greater advantage whereas no one muiuracturer makes above five different forts and mull either apply to odier manufacturers for parts in ten at a greater advance than the or lend a bad commodity of his own to market j a Jiang too often practiced by neither conlider the profit of the or the reputa tian of the it greatly behoves ali pcrioRS conctrnsd in this duly to confidcr what 1 have here As the merchants un doubtedly have all the a London tradef man circumftance big with the mofta lanning conltqaences and greatell incocvenien which though thry tioiit at prefent will hereafter come heavy on by the wearers relolving to more which tear in half on the firft drawing but determining to make which they cannot receive li ard as 1 am credibly already adopted in lonie of our and in all probability will many more if the caufe is not for in and Soli at his O c the 6piaCes adjacent where every the Corner of Pnce TwoPence the Printing Bufciefe u executed and oh moderate
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