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Location: London, Middlesex

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   Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 5, 1765, London, Middlesex                                D R U R Y T H I D A 1 ft G L E A It f Being 1 R T0 HI HAVARD r kf he LEE BRAKSBY 1 B EN tft T Mwv HOP K in S C I B 8 With the M U S IC A L L A D V JJ A in His MtSMITH Mr SPARKS Yowg WOOpWtAJRD After SHUTER Mafter Hayes 5 DtfWnwrlghtjMr Miller Daiqe Kitely Wjtlx f R R S E O S and A IN D ICO M E D MILES From the ngfoman O L f C A N D N E ap SUCH i s BowiS conftanify n Puts atM AtioS3 ere properly attended tt by PAW S BUYERS OF AND 4ff jfc Rtifariu DefeRim AU make life qf Hie fame Piper i to Lolfes F I E t D I N 01 H A Y M A R K E By tkeir MAJJESflES T the Kings 1teatre in the Hay be performed R E N t C The Mteic differed With BsARCIWG Iteereenibe By MadeAoiftUa C A PE D IV I L L B E S T JT E AU RE f T IV tE M flpffjpyMf Candidate far this bo r of Sir JKWvMy begthe Vntei and and if fo will eodeayeur to teftify my oTthe by faithffcl of the Truft repofed Your and TILL 1 m f fi tbj tiwtbv iivtryjricfi eflhe City of if defined T R AC E Y T I L CITIZEN To THOMAS H at of beligja ferfon well affeaed to his Majefty arid out happy in Church Afcnor of and Privileges Fellow Tat he t he Worthy Liverymen of tttf City of invited aUid encouraged by jnsny of my to offer rhyfclf the Office of in the Room of the late wor hy Sr THOMAS Knu 1 tag leave to follicitthe Favour of your Votes and Jnwteft fur that Ortce Snd if 1 ftiould be fo hippy as to Approbation I promife co give hp all other and to devote tnj whole Time to the Duties of that impottatit B I very Yourmoft obed em hutrne SAMWKL To the Worth of tbt City of X Favour of your In Poll if hnmbly defired for Efq CITIZEN and CLOTH WoaXER Tofncoeed SirTHjortAs ts CHAMBERS Aixtf dU Cfcf Wintf a VnCuk to ttQf GEORGE and Confiitueroo m Church aod a wirm if tfie and iivd To tfa Worthy Liveryjuen City of SEN T of CHAMBERLAIN of T this City being vacant by the Death of tlje Jate S r As H A n R rsa permit me o afic ihe Favour of yottr Votes and Inosreft to fucceed ihereiu and fliould 1 be fe jvaypy to be made your be afiitred that 1 to the my the of that im portant and gmefully acknoHrlege the Obijgitioa Your SAMUEL Mar kLane January fo tbeWtrth of the City tf and Foil if jgidefired for Et To be your Jfttbe Room the well atfached to his prefcm and our happjr tonftitutnm in Church and ever to affert the and of his Fellow fo th Wntly tiveryfftfuof tit Citjf of GEN TH ImportariC Gifice of CHA TJoetJurabJe being Va cant by the Death af the Sir Tiro MAS HA u SP I teg ta offer nj yfef to fuc ceed Shoaltl t Joel fo I will teftfy wyGfacitwde by Applicatiftri to theDntjesef that Permit tc acrua h that Yesn in the CenimfcoCouifcii Nf Corahi and Years Dcpuiy thersof as I it my PutyJIhavenjade it my wnftaut Rule m attend on all City as fat as lay ip my have ever exarted tttyfelf in defending tlae aad Independcacy of my think me worthy high whole Time hall ma rufeftiag the great Senfe I ft a 11 ever retain of die Favour conferred Your moft obedient and ever devoted FRANCIS January Wartty Liv of the City of LendQni and Poll Heedful are F R A N C I S E L L I CITIZEN and To fueceed Sir THoMAS a Cn AIM of Leirg a fonwell affoaed to Majefty King cntr jUppy CgBftitution in Church Suite acxi i Aflertor of ihe Rights and Privileges of his ft ike Mvtrymen of tht Cltj of IBlftean myfeU gready obliged to the oif thofe Frends proper tonamerhe ameigft the Candidates for the Otfire CaAMBKHLAiNoF this great vacair byrhe Death Sir THOMAS HARRISON 3 lut hs Ap pearance in the piiM e Ti maiiy offers tjrtrn you cinAot fail foefcfV one rouciv 4tjr to tetfeh yauv Regret fof th Liafs offo OftcerJha njp frjotn the Lifts and my defrre toifsve T2rou Iir yo Any and to the I Ivery in inotrced his ojlic DecJaratiou ot my f a Vour nfoftdevoied RunjbTe ts Price Neatly engraved on printed on a Sheet of irnperiai AT A B L B ihewing at one View theCon of all the French regular and with the Englifti So cojnprehenfive is the Plan oPthe without being at the Pains of learn ing any Thing by a Perionpf the moft indifferent Memory by the Help of be immediately enabled to tranllate Englilh iijto Sold by Bookfeller to hii and and De in the Strand in and in Corn The above Plate to be difpofed Enquire of in This Day is Tor the Yeaj Prce The Money to be returned tw The SECOND VOLUME of A CATALOGUE of a turrher Pmof the Stock of Book in Which will the lowert Prices printed in the Catalogue only this and every Day tiUthe ill of In this Cbltea on The the fbU lowiag Jentlemen lately Sk William late Recorder of the Ciiy of London John many Yeats Recorder Warwick tie the of Hants j Edmond Kfq one of the Benchers ihe Society of Giays Inn j Thomas Eiqj an eminent 8pecal Pleader of Griyslnii Into of GracechferchStreet the Author of ihe Lives of the The in general fine many on he lare Paper nd other alfo a large CnJleHon of Books of ty ftie Cutalogites may be had at all the chief Cities Tsuriis in and at the Placeof the Proprietor has had the Honour of receiving many Favdurs from Cle out of thrf firft Part of his tataldguej it encourages him to make a fecoud by allowing to fuch ss arc fo kind as o be to the Amount of Five Pou a Discount of Five per for Ten Ten per and for Twenty Til n per Cent and no farther fo any Sum The Kcjbil ty and Gen tlemen have now an Opportunity of Libraries ac a much cheaper than the Proprietor to as Coon as he can d fpofa or his and Magazine of To be dif rofcd of fonie At the fsid Olbernei Ts to he the only 9ij of theth and Sth of ihe SUte on the Lirpe exceeding to com the Sx taken in by in Dubt Jariuiry bERG Y ot the Churches anil Hs of of r to their A oivTuefdjy the of Hhe Vbuinre Relief of ind Oifhans of fuch T IT I A E T A MTC I Tl of the 6R A N D X C H AnrJcnc Family cf the arc herebyrequefted to atend thp in Council bnMgndty Eves precifely at the WhiteHorfe and oeir 4t tie Court Night it hkewife beinp ftMpttiag is the the Brethren wnilbeen 4d the Account of the frofc ta the prefent Anno Grand Such Brethreni Gemlj jtijea avOaadidates for defired to tring then The Company of that Njgot will be pmicularjy Court Nighfs are th rd Mondays in the H REAS it is reported that we are con cerned a Tranflation adveitifed to br iChed of a certain liffaaire Phifofobbfqut faid to written by Voltaire is to affure the the Report is abfoliifely are either dicedly or eoacejtied in the Tranflation or Pirblica As witnefs our and De and BathingCaps varioQs Sorts of OilCloth Silk Um either for Exportation or by the PETER cHat thfeCorner of BullHead acquaint his Friends and the Bufirtefs Jscar oa as at bis Shop next the MitrcTa F of their which he f He has thifrBay Colleaion of FLASHES of which werecellcfted the and never bcf Marble Reg and dum thejuvfent Year alib all new and geat Variety ofStationary to be ttadat a fevs toUl be Volume Price on the andCrtre of thofe Ciforderj which have cominfchly called or To vrhch are fame Remarks on the fympathy ofcfie By ROBERT Phyficirinto his Prefident of the Royal Vollege of and Profelfor of Medicine in the Uni verficy of PrrnxdierTBecker and De at Tullys ixarSurry in the Suand and Bal in His MAJfeSTYs LfcTTERS are prepared by JAMES at the Fine Appler neal in the and Sold at per done up in a Paper figned by Hand and by Appointment of the Proprietor ihey are fold fay James of Parliaaie f If from or a from too or too many Yegetahies from too great Variety or Quant ty of Food of bad or Spirituous Liquojs of any kind iffram a Deficiency of tojgh cold ur wet too thn Clothing or too ittle Steep from any or more jf fuch he Stomsch or Bowels are 2 ar 3 of taken at any Hour of the Day or give fpeedy even to a Degree that furprifes the it isnomore than the natural and ueceffary Operation of a fev happily The Stomach Pills are the beft Phyfic for Trave lers by Sea and Land for Gouty who c mnipt bear Ex ercife ur for pale and at the Turn of Nothing procures Sleep fo or fo effectually takes off that Reflleflhefs xvhich from the Stomschi being loaded with too mucte Food of Above all the they are of fovereign Power irt a coftive and for relieving thnfe who are opprefled with As of thefe in producing fo many noble has been and Can be Bttefted by Numbers fo it proceeds on this obvious to Thst what ever promotes Health their im mediate Inten onbeing to fuppty tHe Stomachwith a jiiit preferve the Pcriflilcic of the fo as to furnifh good and cjrry down They may be taken ac tuy and in any whejrethere is tot a Formsd They re quire not lead any Re gimenwhatever and they open the Be ly without jieat ing ihe or the as Refiaous and Aloetic Medicines 1eJdom fail of Tint CAT A 0f L I B R A R Y of the Right MA the Istpjy IrilJgSt Ws Hajife iabtT Jamesl Soiitrij To which zre Three wtioiis dliOu Three wtioiis H ard a Wheel Which will tc WU rn ide Ae faniANoWc f8j S AJMU K t B J V TB on Monday tfcf I41 continue the Kive nnjng each at Six op Mondiy Kvthe Tjrae r ftflers ComhiM TeHar3hdi4 it His 1V1 A S T Y TM THIRD 01 T t With Afe ty i cf L A I E tf if f For r Containing cnmplere Houfes of Cdtfrt aiH THe tha Books lefpeftjve eirefijllf eorrfeftuddovfrfM tha To which is An of enjoying Civil widi and alfo 4n the and and ins fram RyroJutioa to prefcrft cgethcr with frreraf csjJery ns oerer J ti pao i t B FtectStreet 5 aud in Pate TiofterKW at the Spy a f i tine as to any ejxcQiniurJft on that rhcafare quite fai prbi lengthening ttie lime to the uMKiHimit preferred by is wile fiiiiwientiy fexpreffive ofihe great utlljty of the Rut aUs near piraitoo of that benefit forebodes i dreadful fills every humane bfeaff with an apprebenfun that die monltroue fptrit ofengrofliug rage with red as to totally devour the poor mic th labourer and indiiftriqus mechanic thecojoftqiiencewheKof rnuit be the ruin oi Our matiufadtares and wUence and coiituMon muft neceifiriiy enfuc For my part I expedt to ieeaatiriticude of err groilers drovers and falefoVtri alj combining to ciraxv up an areful pe tition updsr the name of and others reprefentingjo the Kgjfla that there is great ofall foro of pnjvifions in M fupply demand Axr or and that provifioria of all kinds are cheap Lord help poor people with whcit chcefe butter and carcafe butchers them cheap nouga ye patriots who really irjean to fervs your and exert your whole influ1 ence unremitting diligence in your feveril to procure a continuance of blefs the poor withireatli that in receiving the benefit laboursv draw down the bleffing of Heaven upon you atii yours Ye noify who have been drtinJ with forget your farfeechedl them for a this more injportiiit be whcieon the welfare of the community much Let every who is not the fide be agatnft them criminal neutrality be feen 10 an affair ib inter efting and bur eachman dr hM L Yeftrrday morning arrired mails Fianders and one wJbich bronght ihefollowing advices rT Extract of a liturfrom hnve adyiqc rfom fomc having arifen between Of thaf that of the of the latter had taken up arid to any Part in New and Sold at his the Corner of TwoPence Places where every Thing in the Priming Bufi ii executed and onmodortte   

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