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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 4, 1765, London, Middlesex D R U R Y L A N THIS D RICHAKD the HllanJ King Havtrd Barton j Duke of Miff Ragers j Lee j Palmar j Ackotin j Soaly Burton Ratcl j Lady Painter With Q tJ E E N M A Rooker Mifs Hi s An ENtftiss T A X The Princijpsf PitwISjr B A K TEN D U p c S QJLI B A K Arid The Mufie compofed by A R N With feveral Entertainments of To the P U B LI G Acquainted Jafch thath has been frequently thrown out arid di as well publickly as That the anJ of TbiS Paper Is under his arid that he has been often blanwrf in haVe given Individuals In Juftice to that I do publickljr THatMt HAS NOH EVER HAD AMY THING TO ANY RESPUCT either with the Managementi orCpmpiKnij and that a11 Adverdfements to his Office long Experience Crowed to that Confining Advertifements f and and other Matters tending to pFefcrve Peace and good to particular has been produaive of rnoft effwtial Benefits to the January To the Worthy Liverymen of the City of and Poll If needful are defited for P R A N C IS C I T I Z E N and 6 R O C E To fuccecd Sir TKOMAS as CHAMBEKiAiif being a Per fon wetl affefted tohis Majefty King and out happy Conftitution in Church and State and a zealous of che and Privilege of hit To the IPortiy Liverymen of the City of BEING invited and encouraged by many of my to offer toyfelf for the Office of CHAMBERLAIN of this in the Kaom of the late worthy Shr THOMAS I to niy re fufc fo generous an ahd therefore bag te folliclt the Favour of yout and Inwreftfbt tlnat Office And if I houldbe fo happy as to meet wiih yaatt Approbation and I protnife to give up all other and to devote my whole Time to the Puties of that I very Yout moft abed ent hufflVe Liverymen of your In Poll if needful trehnmMydefiredfer Efq CITIZEN and To fueceed Sir THOMAS deceafed this beinga sffeded tahis Majefty Kng and Conftitution in Chnrch and State j and a nftlie Rights and and Commercial Interefi of his Fellow the Worthy Lwttymen of City of London THE Office of CHAiJBERLAm Of this Citybeing vacwt Death of the hte worthy permit me 10 aflt the Favourof your to fucceed him cherein and ftould I be la KafTJ to our endeavour to the that ini and Obligation conferred G E N T L M E SAMUEL 7 January fo the Wot thy Liverymen of the Citjof YOUR and Poll fif needfa are dented for CITIZEN and To be your the Room of ihe late werthy SLr THOMAS being well attached to his prefent Majefty Kng and our happy Conftitution in Church and and ever to attert the and Gbcrties of Fellow HAVING been encouraged by great Numbers of niy Friends to offer myieif a Candidate for the Office of CHAMBERLAIN for this ho nourable in the Room Sir THOMAS I humbly beg the Favour of your Votes and and if fo happy as to will endeavour to teitify my high Senfe of the by the faithful Difcharge of the great Truit repofed Your moft and very humble Jan S T R A C E Y T IL To the worthy Liveymen of the City of YOUR and if needful aiedefired for a T R A C E Y CITIZEN AND To fucceed Sir THOMAS of this HonouraMe be ng a Perfon well affefted to his Msjefty King and our happy in Church and feveral Merchants 1 raders i concerned in the Effefts Britith from the reeded are defirod to meet their Committse on Tuefday at Twelve at the Kings Arms on Special hor FENSACOLA and MOBILE The MQBILE Montague will the loth URTHLN 120 a prime Britifti with good Accommodations ly ing off Tower Fouiths of her Cargo on Gentlemen who have or intend going may tre t with the faia Commander at the Carolina and Flo rida in Club meet at Sevea oclock on Evenings Where the Gentlemen fted in ihe Plorda Trade aie daily to be ipoke aud Alliettcrs and icmuci B This Day it p AC AT A LOG UE of the L I B R A R Y of the Right Han the Earl Prefident of the Royal lately brought from his Houfe in SiTjamess Square To which are Three curious Clocks ntade by A and a Wheel belong og ta the fame Noble Which will be feld by By S A M U E L In on Monday the and to continue the Five following be gfnnijjg eath Evening at Six The Bonks to be viewed oft Monday and to the Time of Cataldguea o be had gratis of the following Book fdllers PallMall BondV Streetf CharingCrofs Cornhill 5 TempleBar and at the Placesf V 7tot Day is CATALOG U h of feveral and PARCELS of BOOKS publiiSed anyone which it included the Library of JOHN ANTftQNY Secretary to the late Earl pf j aftd the Medical Part of the Vtotry of CHARLTON both lately whale makmg fineCol ieftiiitoiupwsrdsoiTtir TAOUSAMD in fttmdft all and NOW SE4tIN very and will contitvueon Sale loweft Price primed in the By S A WXI E li Cacatoeuta to be had Gratis oft W following PallMall BoftdStwet GbarittgCrofi Cornhiil and at thePlace of Sttei For tbg year Price The Money to be returned to the VQLUMB of a further the Stock of ia whcl wllHiegin fold the loweft Prices printed ia the Catalogue forjready only thit and every Day of lo Collector are the rbl liwiag Gentlemen lately Sir William late Recorder of the City pf John many Years j the of Hants Edmond Efq one of the Benchers of the Society of Gray VInn Thomis Efq an eminent Special Pleader of GraysInn Apothecary late of GracechurchStreet Author of ihe Lives of the The Books iu general in fine many on the large Paper in other elegant Bindings alfo a large Colleftlbn of and Books af by the greateft Catalogues may be had at all the chief Cities and Towns in and at the Place of Price As be Proprietor has had the Honour of receiving many Favours from the out of the firft Part of his it encoowges him to make a fecond by allowing to iuch as are fo kind as to be to the Amount of Five a Difcourtt of Five per for Ten Ten and for Twenty Fifteen per and no farther for any Sum laid The Nobil ty andGfio tlemen have now an Opportunity of compleatiitg thttr Libraries a c a much cheaper than is the Proprietor prapofes to retire as bon he can d fpofe of his Shops and large Magazine of To be dif pofed of fome At the faid Ofobrnes if to the only one of the 7th and 8th of the on the large to com pleat the Six For the undoubted Cure of the and all eruptive This new and noble the Author can venture to is not t be he may Juftly not to be in Thofe who are e happ at to try will be convinced that there oan fcaice in Ma ure an equally and elegant Cure for the and all Scorbutic Difordcrs From its uncomnionly yjst gentle Oper tion on the it will not the kaft Impurity to remain therein j in the moft furjjiifing beciiufe infallible Manner it fo as nevrr tpretu the dtepeft Leprofy and Scurvy tliat Ruman Nature was ever afll fted with as well as the higheftinvetsrate old and Ulcers obiiinate Inflamma i ns of the Eyes pimpled Face Ring and cu unecus Compiaijjts ef every Ki d leaving the Blood as and the Skin as as the heaLhiert new born Babe in the In the Autirr is willing to reft the Reputatio of his Uedicine on his being able to cure with and which he is very ready to undertake any Prrfon who hive not only tried the Ellence of Wards Maredaots andtuch advertjfed but even all regular asid Prc in Any farther Particulars if thought neccflary may ard thp Advice of a fkilful Surgeon without the iealt additional hy any Forenoon from to to at nis Houfe nis upon tne Deer in Soumampton Bloomfljury ani where ESSENCE of MINERALS is fold of Six wrapped in plain unnted j by the Authors it is old at WilliarnUand andat in Parliament N rom or Perfon has been fome Years ufatto a1 who knows che the Italian Languages offers hisService to any wKoih it may futt to gjw iim genreel The Favour of t Line G at will be duly of True ielp thinking thefe improwstttents mrghf be carried to a itiil greater It feems me thlt the intent of the aft made for that purppfe wfsto render the public ftreets as com modious and genteel as the private and it feems to have fucceeded very well in regard to the figns buc had itbeen that all bu hnefs ftiould have been tranfafted in the back rooms instead of having the ifcops in iV according the prefent and Jifagreea what unfpeakable advantages would have arifen from thence towards the elegance of the trading part of this I ap Peal Tout cm any thing be taaperfon who has a true taile of than to be always peftered with the fijeht of a parcel of mechanical who are Obliged to be always at work to get their livings j I think you muft needs own tis vaftly I am well aware that a many of the lower fort of people will clamoroufly oppofe and that it would be a hardfhipto have fo rigorous a reftraint impofed upon honeft tradcJmen but I think that fuch a complaint would be fo certain a teftimony of their ill as would that their opinions doat deierve to be paid the leaft regard It is amazing to that there can be found any people fufficiently ridiculous to com glain of the exaltation of their figns but J am lorry to fay that there are a valt many of this upon a more deliberate my amazement fomewhat dimi for I that the reafon for flicking up their figjiis fohigh is fomewhat above their com The planners of this aft wifely that by obliging them to fix up their figns they ftiould caufe people to up their heads conilderably and thereby an fwer at the fame rime two different purpofes the preventing many people from con tracting an ill habit of which was be fore very occasioned by the objefts of their fightbeing placed too low tho fome fay it was owing to the burthen of the taxes others to the of the and various other which I believe tobe equally The next and moft im portant end to be anfwered thereby to make man approach nearer to the original dc fign of his according to Ovids Oi btmini ceflumgtte For certainly if man was made erect in on purpofe to behold the the more fre quently he looks up to frequently he does what he ought to do and indeed I think that it is as eafy to look for the figns of the Zodiac as to look at the figns of our Ihops nor indeed can we fee the tradefmens figns without feeing the furnifliingourfelves with abundance of contemplative matter and fo far is this method from being that I think U is moft wifely and only wants the amendment I have before Hinted which I kail be glad to fee and mall the le Exchange Coffee Houfe HjiflE declaration in yeur obfer VatiOnsof this that you preferred all the which receive from your with the great was a paitage me no fmall plea fure indeed it is a point to I ought to be ropre than ordinarily at for yea know that a burnt cbitd 4rtm4s the and I was lately to the one yourbrother Printers fome poetical boWifdaua in praife of frctty To had been fcorched todiaticc of her till my hrtrt was all this proved a ftroke almoft in and was very neat compleating its for I did not ex to be reduced to ieceffity of pablkly ring my which were in every re fpfa iffue qf my brajn But I havi often heard niy grandmother an that blowt nobaft and been of ibwelervice to your byeu afing the of yrjur amongft whom you will perhaps find fome able torref wbofe requeft I trouble you with which if not already too long I fliall to conclude with fome rejiiarkscia vjfry AmoHg thfraany improvements of the pre fint agei shat of our ftreets claims oae Ot the foreraoft The ac g com the new pavements 1 think myfelf very happy if what 1 have faid fhall convince any of thofe murmurers how vulgarly their complaints and be the means of their looking upon thofe pqlire improvements iti the light they are thought to mem T Y R In VERICOLAJ letter column the ftr redd W for oppofite fead appofite for caritaga read To the LfVERYMBhf of LONJJON THE intportance ae well ashohotif of the high office now become vacant by the death of your late worthy reminds an old Livery matf of this of the great number of Candidates who then itsrted Kfrthinkinethea fehes jit for that honourable and diftinguifhed p jft aud as he doubts not the fame vanity will produce a number not Jefs oil thJs he takes the lilicrty of recommending it to his fel to be too hafty in their pro let the narrow principle of private overweigh that duty they owe to the in a point of fo much confequence to the hoAour and intereft of this City but by waiting till the qualifications of the ieveral Candidates for poft be fully their chofce will becbme jefult of thit judgmen t which has hitherto diftinguifhed theafts of this great me Your fincere Wellwifher AapLD of our late worthy Charoberlw calls upon as to conadef of a perfen him in that oer truft and I fciow not where we can ftwre pedy than on the prefent Town of whflfe abilities feveralpnhlic occa aons have riven fufficientprooiFj and as ftich Choice woidd vacate the office of t profume would make way for a worthy and honourable Pepuiy to whom the Court of have heretofore ftewn marks 91 their and wJioJs truly ati UeFR INTER BEING informed by a friend of the infertcd as a in a pam phlet AnEnqulrj into ibi propagated concerning Liies Warrant prixM far I yefterJay got the and wkK amazement read the told iri 116 of tl e firit ani 88 of the beginning with thefe to baiie beard Scotch Lor The fubjeft is below the att rition 0f the pub and the L r is namelefs to expofe his illimagined falmood at full length would there fore be impertinent but to prevent any honeft mans being I do that tbi paflage above referred to is one ot the rnoft enormous that have even in thefe obtruded on the It is imdeed not to be paralleled frr its grof falfhoad in every circumftahcej and pars and confequenriy for the abandoned wil fulnefs of its propagation for its ignorance of chas and biagraphy for its non fenfe in premifes and condufion j and for rts as applied to the perfon whom it is meant to calumniate or to the in which fuch nonfenfe is moJt falily and molt in decently laid to have been If any perfon of honour deigns to fur ther on upon to the printer of this he Inall be direfted where to receive Early yefterday morning an exprefs arrived from with an that between one and two oclock the preceding of a complication of in the 65 th year1 of his Sir Thomas berlain ef the City of and Receirer General of the LandvTax for the faid city and county of Sir Thomas was formerly a wholefale draper in and fe veral years Deputy of Aldgate upon the refignation of the late Sir John Knt which was in April He was on Tuefday the 7th of May and by a ble declared duly elecled lainof this city foon after which he was by tne Lords of the appointed to thft above poft of ReceiversGeneral of the Land On aid ef aether with Crifp Efq LordMayor j Richard Elq Recorder Charles AfgiU and Richard received the honour of Kni6htbo d from his late upon the citys preiencing him an Befides the very amiable private character for which the late Sir Thomas Hamfen verfaHy in the arduous crnftandy difplayed a i ment and and particularly I to the raagiitenal part of hu office LONDON Printed for in gate and Sold his Or r aay Part of the Slacei adjacent j whert every Ti the Corner of Price TwoPence Halfpeaay ui IK Riming Bufi eatpettiaouflvi and on moderate
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