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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 2, 1765, London, Middlesex and New r D R U R Y L A N T H i S k I N P O W L Being his firft Appeirtnce in L O V E j HAVARD j s The f AtMER E N N E T HOPKINS C I B B E With CO VEN TG AR DE THIS L O V E in a VI L L A G BEARD Young MATTOCKS Sir William B E N N E t D U N S T A L L Juftice S H U T E R Deborah WALKED STEPHEtfSj Mils H A L L A M Mifs 13 R E N With the U P H O L S T E R E To the U B 1 C BE I acquainted John thai it has been frecjtifently thrown out and as well publickly as That the Cohducti anJ Compiling of This Papef is tinder his Direction and that he has been blamed for Things pJibJifted in wHich have given Offence to Iniividujils Injuftke io thai I Thatnk HAS Not tfoR EVER AxtTniNO TO DO IN AtfYTlJtfeSpEcf either with the or Compiling of this Paper and lhat he only favours it with all Advertlfements relative to his Office a long Experience having proved to himj that confining Advertifernents of Friuds and and other Matters tending to preferve and good to particular has been productive of moft efTeridal Benefits to the This Day ii tubliJhtJi At A T A O G U E of the L I B R A R Y of the Right the Earl ef Prefident of the Royal Jately broughf from his Houfe in St Jamess Square To which are Three curious Clocks made by and a Wheel belong rig to the fame Noble Lord Which will be fold by By SAMUEL In on Monday sthe X4th and to continue the Five following be ginning each Evening at be viewed on Monday and to the Time of Catalogues to be had gratis of the following Book fellers PallMall Bond Sireet CbsrrngCrofs Cornhill TempleBar jtsiid a the Placcof This Day is pub In Two decorated VLws of and its comprehending the Buildings and Price fewed in Blue Covers bound in Calf NEW AMUSEMENTS of ihe GE P MAN Written irt in the Year i By DE Di Senior Fe low of the Royal Academy of at To which are containing CcnanHifto and The prefetK are altered from the the preferibed t6 thefe whodriokihe Wateriarenew j in a Printed tor Dtvis and in Holborfc at TempleBar j oppofitc Dunfttus Church j and in By whom will foon be Price The BEAUTIES of ANTWERP giving an eeeu me Accouwof tie capital on Account of whrch Antwerp ib greatly refcrad jn i AJbioi Academ TV De hear Surry in Phyfioto I S iibjoi JacqinnSelcjtaruflvStirpium cum multis Morgigii de Caulis Morgagni Opufcula Genera reformats et Linuxi Species z Crantz Medlca Van Sw tea in Bocrjmve Coliin Annus Rouppe dc MocViis Navigsntiam aeodit ile Effeju Extrafti Tiffo Avis au 1euple fur fa 2 i A Tranfhtion of this Bosk is now in tht wiH be foon De linen Ratio de de Hx An us de de Stra ie Hafenholt de Febris Confcrvateur de a Boerhaave de MorbU NEW BOOKS juit imported by BECK and De at near SurryStreet in the Written by the celebrated and never before ETTRES ecrires de la Mnn i J Par Theh Letters contain other curious and a his former Writings an ample Refutation of the Accufations laid him his Th upon and an Account of ihe pre fent State of A Trinflation will be published due Time by the fame Gentleman that tranflueJ his other Comes ec de ia Edition enriche avec un grand Nornbre dti tres belles is a moft beautiful and the En be ng 148 in are eqml to anything of che Kind ever 2 3 Lettres du Marquis de ecrites pir Ma dame Elie de A Tranflation of thefe elegant Letters is in the and fpeeSily will be by ihe Tianflator of Contemplation de la 2 Aniiquies des par Ie Conite de 6 LEfpion t DArgenfon de Cputiderationf fur h ancien prefent de la Boulaager Differtaeion fur Elic fur Ef ipe et Traiie fur la de Madam la Comtefle de 4 I 8 Viiix de U ou Avantures de a de j r IAutuii de i de Cecile a ou les Combats de la F O R Removed from Moorfields to Doors from the Black HPHE grcatpifFerence in the Charge of the of to that J offer fome to conclude aiuft be I ohferve that thele Mailers are obliged to take their Miterials on to give the and frjquently meet wich great I deal for ready Money which enables me p Luy at a much lower would thofe Gentle men that to preferve my public Character is the only Dependance I have to maintain my by which Reliance may be made on my And That beig deeply eufible on of roy loiv my Materials and Woikmjmihip are more critically axamined I make it my fixed Rule to ttiek to my and rot to defraud my whefe 1 migh expeTt for the Upper Coats accnrd to the Quality of the from i o o to fuperfine Drab FuJJDrefsSuits from 3 i j 6 69 3 9 6 Cloih 5 I o PlaiuFrocicSuitfrom2 to o 4 90 Suit all Cloth with Shig Preeches 3120 A the fore Parts of the beft Sattin i 9 o A Pajr of the baft Genoa Velvet TSreeches 280 A Pair of the beft Manchefter ditto 1120 A Pair Of Silk Unit the be ft i n 6 A Pair of Worfted Wft 4 Thread 0156 I have Eftimates of 960 Garments equally reafon b L This Bay is For the Year Price The Mooey to be returned to The SECOND VOLUME of CATALOGUE of a further Part of the Stock of Book in wh ch will begin to be fold the loweft Prices primed in che Catalogue lor ready Miney onlf and every lay till the ift of tn this Collert on are The of rhe fol lowiug leutleman Sir WiHfam late Recorder of the of London John many Years Recorder Warwick the Dn the Hants Edmond Efq one ot the of ihe Society ufGiayVlnn Thorn is Efj an eminent Spec al Pleader of GraysInn Apo late of Ciracechurch Street Anchor of the Lives ot the The Books n general are in fine many tn the Papjr in and elegant Bind alfo a large Colteition and BockVof by ihe greatest Catatogoes may be had at all the chief Cities and Towns and at the Place of Trice As he Proprrerr has had the of receiving many Favours from ihe Nob lit Cle ouc of the firft Part of his it encourages him to mike a fecund by allowing to fjch as arc fo kind aio be to the Amount of Five a Difcount ot Five per for Ten Ten per and for Twenty Futeen per and no farther tor any Sum laid The Nobil ty and Gen tlesiKn hve now an Opportunity of Otnijleacing their Libraries ac a much cheaper Rite than as the Proprietor prnpofes to renre as foon ashe can d Ipofe of his Shops and hrge Magazine of To be dif pofed of fome At the faid Olbotnes is to Vie the ony one nf the th and 8th of ihe State on in exceeding to com plsat ihe Six Comniiflions taken in by James in Dubl This Day is publijhedt Price enlj with Four neitly George Archbilhop il and Samuel Clarke alfo with iwo Vevvs of the Giants Caufeway in Irel nd THt UNIVERSAL MUSEUM MAGAZINE of KNOW LLDGE and for Co among other ufefaland emertainng The on the new Performances hi Anecdotes of fome who hive of late the Topics of the late of Bath Wilkes the Poet lae Primate of Anfwers to the propofed in our laft Maga New to Ie anfwered in our A Defcriptiou of ilie Giants Caufeway in w th fome A Letter to the Hernit in The Lives of George Arclibiihop Archbifhop and Samuel with an Accoant of their A wonderful aiid tragical Relation of a Voyage from the Haft Iml Some Ac count of an Authenrc jut An Inquiry into the Invention of Paper made o Linen The Mifchiefs of Atfefta ion to a Pemale Adventures of S an A Rem i from two admired Anecdote of Matthew New Hiltory of the late Ex traft from Lejges Original ju t A Plan for a Li eruy Some Account of Mr Wilkisss Lttiertotha Elcftors nf wi h tx trifts Refleftions on the Mi chiefs ar fing from keeping bad Fo rejjtn and Amercan Domeitic Lids of Books Printed for in ihe and at the in Echering at at and fold by all the Bookfclltrs and in Great Br uin ami Ireland ngr T ThitDay it 6L Addreffed to H4 by IIliiftrated twi plate i Tte Walking ihe Zak Rot or The or Crocodile of Surinam both neatly engraved EgFNEflAL MAGAZINE of ARTS and comprehending vll the Branches of ufefal on an nvprovej for Amougft a Vareiy of cu rioJs Articles in this Numer Achmet and an Eaftern on Cafe concerning the Wifes by the Cuftoin of the City of with Opinions On the Origin of by Rnwland Mathematcal an New ones be Select Pieces of Poetry on near TempleBar ad ftUl by a 1 the Coekfellers in Great Britain and Number and of this Magazine for January and i are and complete Sets may be rwtd for the fame We beg inform the Purchafers of tliis that fhall not feunten chain Supple bat ftnfll give an Index to ihis Years Magazines jn our lirhich will be puhilhed the Firff of Pehruary next wherein will aHb infer tid the Fivcurs of ie veral of thic too late to be inferred in Ftr theCEK r A N C u R i the S J tf K V ESS of W A T E R D O C Prtarfd by the Direfliens ef Hi is no Qiieftian but this thentoft inveterate Scurvy the Antients all affirm it j the Ourea now daily i r icrnied tjy the Truth ot whit ifiey luve It nqt odly die Skin nf hu mendt the wh 1 ColJliuti are ty h ve bad and t be m Jy low 3rd Mmy haveihef not knowing Scut vy in the Diced is the I Vtedicirw wtt the Fa creates a tire and good when tluc the Caufe grinually the prevents funirt s The fled nay repnd on ihtfs SoM a Bit with Dirt by in Parte nortei j RjdVy ite fackfun in and in Par the letters fancd MARINER WILLIAM FV loft The C O N T R A Let me lor onceprcrume tinilraift die jWTlttF all the various follies that diigrace the human none can approach nearer to vice than PUFFING ninetynine times in the hun is done oa the bafelt principle of fraud and and make them on falfe princi ples if fainy they would abhor and The time when this Hack art of was confined to the and moft defpicable wretches in the creation ftich as pettyfogging adver tifing and nollrucnmongers but at prefent it finds and is in practice with he Lell my readers fhould think that I mean by the people of jjreat or of great great for their virtuous and noble or for fneir great fervice to cheir King and country muft pcg leave to that a great man at only means a per who has to the altouifhrnent ot all the good fortune to get a great To proceed The great men of Iaft year fa voured the public with as many true puffs as any VVapping or OldBaiky quaclcaoctoi a mong they pretend to have paid off the national arrears but how by borrowing of Peter to pay and leaving you more bur dened than before a right good puff They told they had cured you of though wj for the firlt in an exceellent under the infupportable burden of a ling land this I mull take the liberty oh a bare faced They faw how in jurious to the lower and of how little benefit to thofe of the marriageadl was found by experience they therefore amu fed you with a long ilory of having it and encouraging matrimony call this or no the facl that no alter ations made but au aft that lays matri mony under regulations and restraints which prove fatal to the propagation of our and is of courie contrary to found and national is funered to icinain in full The fame kind of fmall game feerqed the play of futyfour that difgraccd we leldom faw a newspaper but we found a pa ragraph that had all the appearance of from the Minitters Secretary of Puffs in we were that there would be a new furvey oi the lands throughout and an equal landtax lu that a regulation of poors laws In a th tt an ad would pafs for the prefervation of timbir id an infinite number of not perhaps equally neceffafyto the yet fiiifficiently to arnufe the and make them that iheir rulers at latt to thinlc of ihllead of employing theaifelveg fokly in profitable and rins lucrative for ani M j and highly neCeflarv to beatcended to fey thg arid as uich fhall begin with the L u N Ilintcd tor to Tdi of the Corner or RoyalExchange i where tvcry Thing u the Printing Buiineis b executed This as at prefent is the tpjqlt unequaj be teeCaufe in fiy parts of become ten times more in value than they were at the original anJ yet the charge on the land ftands foieach counry the exaft By this iti fome they dont p ty fix while by reafleflmefit pay fix the fprrfier is the cafe in Hinll ot the particularly iriNorthumber where the rents advancefd that if ft furvey and valuation of land is not made a they will at four fhil pay a penriy in the This is the cafe fo very near to us as the parilh of Mary the amazing addiripn of the buildingsv thf iam to be raifeu is fo divided is to become quite trifliiig the latter is the uc fortunate fituation of moll of the landholders in stml about Tn every ward in the they 11 four hcfides the te nanti paying a molt exorbitant fura for their perfonal eitates 2nd even all this that they are ftili obliged to re Jn WLiiminiler iris rhe fa m for Clements iTuany other poor pa rifhes have a at or fix TJiereafon rife of and of the local reJuition of the land tax are apparent Middtefcx it proceeds from theincEeaje jf houfesjana in the northern from amcng which th union is not the leait till hat they in a perpetual ilate nf warfarewith and ever fubjeft to their inroads now the wife who want to whtrc they get friends in a than as they obtained on the in The other reafons that they promots agricul and all kind with the fuch as have it in their power toirhprcve equal to theis 1 know in that from four within thcfe twenty years been railed to three thoufanc and been informed of ninth as becoming but without fixing hc propor tion in which they a the well ami univerfaily allowed thrt re northejn counties are become very furtile and that the neat produce of the Cifates in Nor paying all is much more thaii of Middlefex yet fo unequal i the prefent on that Northumber which is five times larger than at this pays only and Mid dlefex for the land independent of Lon don and and including it which is nigh a fixth part otthe rails a on land throughout at leaft throe times bigger than pays fo very fmall and ealy a as To be more particular in a compara tive view of the inequality ojthe would be Ixxaife ttiefe few ii ltanc s in ail 33 a proof of tne ucjult nefs of the tolly of fome counties to pay almoil a third pare of the pre and not a as if every county was I fhall in fome fubfequent propole a of taking a new and rafiing an equal without any great trouble to ordifpiGafing the Yejierday arrived a Mailfrcm WE learn from that the fhip the of 360 which was lauached there the 2zd of lalt over jet between leFellerin arid Port in fall ing to Paimbeuf but they hope to be able to get her afloat again before rhe hkh at the of 3 or 4000 This accident was occaliouad througlt the fault of the who had crowded the wflbl with too much and had not loaded her with a fuficienc quantity of From tise LONDON GA L T T Accardjng te the freilieft vicswhich tlie Magiftrate of Health received from Dalmat the fprca nto two more villages and hnnUrt n the dtoryof an j into fwo villages Li Ji trict of Sign but new had tne two where it was iu th territory of Price TwoPence dcJirerod and an uederttt TerfM r
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