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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 8, 1765, London, Middlesex T u E s j A A R Y s 0R U R Y L A N T r S The B EG Rs OPERA Vernofl Yates Patterns oth Fox dive Diana Brad knv 5 VMnt With Q E N M A Rooker Mifs C O V E NT GAR D E T H i S DA The SQJJI R Eof A L S AT I A The Squire Truman Sir Belfond Sir Edward Belfbnd Ruth Lucia Mifs Terefa Mife HYl Ifabella Mifs Termagant Mrs With P E R S E U S and A N D R O M E D Mattocks MifsWehtmani M I L E S From the O L I C extetifive Sale of TtiE GAZETTEER AND NEW DAILY ADVERTISED joined to the Variety efGhqwcit thrikgb iubich if palpi Kas lately been the Mtato iff fo many ROBBERIESU end Apprehending fo many that it may he proper to give THIS PUBLIC That for the all Informations of this Jent will be conftantly inferred i h T H i s P A P E R And JNFORM ATIONSWY properly atttndedtoby BUYERS OF few Robberies wiii eftppe Detection efpecially if ALL PERSONS makeufe of the fame Paper to advertife their Lofles F I E L D I K H AY MA R K E T the Kings Theatre in the Hay TJilSDAYirUl be performed a New JperacaUd l B E REN I C The MUSIC With DANCING between the By Madam Monfieur and PeifoDS to be admitted without which will deliveredat the Boxes Half a By their Majefties no Perfons whatever to be admitted behind the Scenes or into the The Pit and will he opened at To Half after Six Rex To the Worthy Liverymen ef the City of THE Office of CHAMBERLAIN of this City being vacant by the Death of the lae Sr THOMAS petmit me to re tjaeft the Favour of ydur Votes and Intereft to fucceed him theYeiu and fhould J be fo happy o be your be aflured that I to the Utmoftof my Abi endeavour to difcharge the Duties of that im portant and gratefally Obligation conferred JVfctk Your moft hnmble SAMUEL To the Worthy Liverynun of the City ef OUR and Poll J if needfnl are dented for S AM U CITIZEN and be Jour in the Room of the Itte wprtbj Sit TKCVM AS HA R R is 9 N j decea teing aitacbed his Mnjefty Ivng and our happy Conffitotibn in Church and State afnd eyerzealous to ageVttRe Bffiuy trd GEN A R r t A t ft ieath of late worthy fcerty of adJrefrhig ypu for tht Favour of yonr Votes and to fiusceed trim in that Office as I hope my in Pttblic deferved your C E N T L E ME Yvut moft obedient humble THOMAS January CITIZEN and VetbtwiirtfyLiVEKriAEN of tb HAVING been encouraged by greatNurnbers of my offer myfeu a Candidate for the Office of CHAMBERLAIN for this ho nourable in he Room of Sir THOMAS I humbly beg the Favour of your Votes and idif fo happy as to will endeavour to telUfy my high Senfe of the by the faithful Difcharge of the great Truft repofed Your moft and very humble STRACEY Should I be fo unfortunate as to omit writing to any f hope he will be fo good as not to impute it to Inattention on my but to the Difficulty of procuring correft Lifts of the worthy To the tuortty Liiftrymen of the City of J J and ji if needful are defired for STRACEY CITIZEN AND To fucceed Sir THOMAS CHAMBERLAIN of Honourable being a Perfon well affefted to his Majefty King and our happy Conftitution in Church and and a zealous Aprtor of the Rights and of his Fellow Wortlfy Liverymen of the City ef J J J HAVING been encouraged by many of my Friends of the Livery to offer my feiffc Candidate for the Office of CHAMBERLAIN of this in the Room of the late wor hy Sir THOMAS beg leave tofoljich the Favour of your Votes and Intereft in my Behalf afluring you if I fhould he fo happy to fucceed 1 will give up all other and devote my whoJe Time to the Duties of ihat important I vsry Your moftubedenr humVe Mincing SAMUEL TURN K R N To the Worthy Liverymen if the City of J Favour of your Ir 1 and Poll if needful are humbly defired for SA M UE L Efq CITIZEN ind CLOTH WOR To fucceed Sir THOMAS deceafed CHAMHERtAlNof bcmga Perfon zealoHflv to his Majefty King GEORGE and hsppy Conftirution in Church and State and a nf the Rights and and Commercial lutereft of bis Fellow To tbeWortby Liverymen of the Cily of THE Important Office of CfcAM BERLAipf tnt this Honourable being va cant by the Defuh of the late worthy Sir TtfoMTAS I beg Leave offer niyfelf to cecd Should I be Co as to meet with youjt I will teft fy my Gratitude by a conftant and unwearied Application to the Duties of Permit to acquaint that I have been 23 Years in thff CemmenCounpil of Cornhjll and 16 Yeats Debaty thereof during which as Ialways choujht tyy have made it my ccmftlat Rule to atrerfd oa all City Bufinefs as fir as liyin my have exerted1 myfelf in defending tlie and if my fellow Should thinkme worthy of thjs high my Wfaote Time hall be employed in mi ni fefting the I flu 11 ever retajp of the Favour conferred on rooft obedient and ever devoted i FRANCiS Ui January To Liverymenvf tke City vf y OUR and if needful are defired ftjr FR A N C IS E LL I CITIZEN and To Sir THOMAS AIM of this Honourable a fdn well affefted to his Majefty King oiar happy Conftjturion in Church and State zealousAffertof of the Rigltts of TJ tbt tvortky e H E Office of by the Death oj ibelate JL JLeaitf to tbfi Favour of your Votes therein affuring to be ci that important arid Study to and f worthy intreait CITIZEN ASP To the ivertby Liverymen of tkt Gity of GENTLE ME and X if are deifired for J O H N B O N U CITIZEN AND MERCHANTTAYLOR To le CHAMBERLAIN of this Honourable in the Room of Sir THOMAS he ing well attached to his prefent Msjefty King and a zealous Aflerter of andJPrivJleges of his fellow This Day is The Whole to be with 150 reprefeming the various dfifcribed in the Courfe of the Work the Whole to be comprized in 150 Weekly Numlers NUMBER Of HPHE Complete DICTIONARY of ARTS and SCIENCES In which the whole Circle of Human Learning U and the Diffi culties attending the of whether Liberal or removed in the mo t eafy and familiar Philological and Critical Branches by the TEMPLE HENRY A Chaplain to the Right Honourable the Earl of Hiilfborough the Anatomical and Chemical hy THOMAS the Mathematical by SAMUEL Author of an Eafy Introduftion to the Theory and Praftice of Mecha nics and the other Parts byfevera Gentlemen particu larly Converfant in the Arts 01 Sciences they have under taken to Primed for the Authors and fold by Wilfon and in PaternpfterRow Fletcher and in Pauls ChurchYard at Oxford in j Fletcher and at Cambridge Smith and at Dublin and by alj Buokfellers in Great Britain and Where Pro pofals at large may be This Day it The SECOND with large Dedicated to His GRACE the DUKE of A NARRATIVE ef the hffedsof I y a Medicine difcovered at Paris in the by a celebrated German whch cures the Venereal Difeafe in its moft invererate3and malignant without or the lea ft Con as is now in boih in private Cafes in all the Military Hofphals with wellau thent cated Certificates of Ministers of and other neble Perfonages as alfu Number of the molt eminent Phylicians and To which is a Preliminary Diicourfe on the Difeafe and hewing its in Gouty and Scrofulous By A M E S C O W P E Printed for in Pauls ChurchYard in Threadneedle behind the Royal Exchange in near Hicks Hall in tlie Vaflage of the Tempe Kxchsnpe in Fleet Street and may be of all tlie Eonkfders m Great This is to be with proper Ad Cafes rf athis Houfein Johns and by his fpeeial the above mentioned HE feveral Merchants Traders concerned in the Effefts Britiih SubjeSs from tfiifceeded aredeffred to meet thejr Committee THI S at Twelve tnCldckk at the Kings A Sale of at the Queens Head and CoventGardec j of and plain Silks of every for tha prefent Seafon j w th a large Aflbrtmsnt of Nor wteh Black As we have lately had Opportunity of purchafirig a great Part of the above Goods conliderably under their Original Lkdies may depend on finding eKtMOrdinary T the Goodmans young Gentlemen taught Greek and other modern Languages Dmv and the Ele meats of Geometry Geography and Ufe ot theG lobes Surveying and and every Branch the prsftical By DANIEL and able Foreigners jnftrufted in the EngliHi Printed wjth the Terms both tor Boarders and may be had at under the RoyalExchange at the Carolna and Florida at the Effex Cyffee Houfcr Whitechapel and at the From the P O L I C THE collefling into one all Informations of Fraud and Felony cemmitted in or near this by conftant and the opened and carr on with ths iQSce for ma jears paft with the Ailing Magiftrates Ln on the fame Account has contfrufted an Syftetn of a Policaas muft ever be de med a valuable Acquisition to this it is con fidered that by this Means of the notorious Offen whether in Gangs or both in Town and forthefe 12 Years hnveheeu appre or brough to Juftice and as Difcoverles will be rendered and ihe Efcape of fuch OfTendcrs djifficuk in as attended Jij John re or to be robSed or wi 1 emit giving immtdiate Nooce of the fame at the above for quick Notice and fudden purfuit are the Principles on which the Succefs of this Undertaking depends and though it be a laborious to fuppreXs Evils in Soci by negleft they are got to a great Heigltt yet when once they are as is the prefent relative to the above Species ef a conftart Exertion of the fame Meifcpds by which they were firft kiftined and muft conftantly keep them un der and this is in the Power of the Public ty above Office with all necefljry Infonna far that All Mefoges and JsprefTes rehtive to the above will be pid for at this where a Horfe purluit is always ready to be fent out on any Thit Day is Price Infcribed to the AN ELEGY on the Death of the late CHARLES Printed foa at the in Patarnofter Where maybe Price thj Loves of Carmi and a This Day is For the Year Price The Money to be returned to The S E C O N D V O L U M E of ACATALOGUEof a further Part of the Stock of OS Book in wlrch will begin tq he fold ihe loweft Prices printed in the Catalogue for ready only this and every Day till the ift of In this Collefton are The Libraries of the fol lowing Gentlemen lately Sir William Recorder of the City of London John many Years Recorder of Warwick the Waterland the of Hants Edmond Efq one of the Benchers of the of Grayslnn Thonns Efq an eminetK Spec al Pleader of Grayslnn late of GracechurchStreet the Author of the Lives of the The Books in general are in fine many on the large Paper in and other elegant Bindings alfo a large of and Books of by the greateft Catalogues may be had at all the chief Cities and Towns in and at the Place of Price As the Rroprieror has had the Honour of receiving many Favours from the out of the of his it encourages him to make a fecond by allowing to fuch as arc fo kind as o be to the Amount of Five a Difcount of Five per for Ten Ten per and for Twenty Fifteen per and no farther forany Sum laid The and Gen tlemen havo row an Opportunity of their Libraries at a much cheaper Rate than as the Proprietor propofes to retire as foon as he can d fpofe of his Shops and large Magazine of To be dif pofed of fome At the faid Ofbornes is he the only one of the 7th and 8th of che State on the large in exceeding to corn pleat the Six Cornmiflions isken in hy in This Day M j A of the LI B R A R Y of the Right the Earl of M A C d L E S F I Et Prefidentof Brought frdm his Houle 5rt Squire To which arc Three curious Clucks oude by a Wheel belongflg the fame Noble Wpich will bejfclJ by By A M U E L In on Mocdsy the 14th and tocoatiuUe the Five following be ginning each Eveniog at Six The Bonks to be viewed to the Time of to be had gratis of following Book fcllers r PallMal BonJ Street ChafingCroft Cornhill and at tha At wilibc By His A u r H o n i T Tre Ji I R D I T I O Wjth che Corrections And Revifed by feveial PEERS and M E M B R S of JAMES REGISTER i J ROYAL ANNUAL For Containing complete LISTS of both of Parlia The Court and City The Army and from the Books of the refpeftivc public Offices j carefully corrected down to the prefent To which is An Alphabetical Table of all tlie enjoying Civil with their Offices and alfo an Account of the Supplies and Ways and Means from fhe the prefent logethur with fevtyal other lifts nerer yet pub Printed for inPccidilly in New BondStreet Davis and in Holborn near Temple in Pauls CliurchYard in FleetStreet and in Pater nofterRow ia parliamentStreet at the Royal Ex liange and in Price or with an Almanack Be cireful ro alc for the Jamess The S E C 0 N D Printed on a fine Piice bound And cofrefled at the two Univcrfi with new Lifts of the ihe Militia for dealing in an Genealogy of the Sovereign Princes in indtruuy Improvements never before hefides new Lifts of huMic and more of rhsn are to be fctmd in auy ether Bock of trfs TH E C O U R T and C I T Y for the Ycrar Con Riders Almsn ck for New and Lifts of both Houfes of Court and Cicy Lifts of the and all the Public The Lifts may be had without an Pr ce The Compiler have exerted themfelves in orco to give a cornpcte Vjewof the both Civ4 and under the Britifh and this Book wi 1 as to every and Plaafc to e in ordering i e and CITY priced fur Wooun ind On Tburjdaj luill be The S a C O N D D I T 1 U nf AD E FEN CE of i he M A J O RI F Y in the of on the tion relating to Geieral In anfwer to ihe Defence ot the To which a in anfwer to ihe Enqu ry ino rhe Dotrine of i and alfo to the Reply to the Djfence of the In a feiu Pays will be In One Price OBSERVATIONS on the ahdCute of thofe Diforders which been commonly called H YPOCHONBRI A or To are fume on the of the By ROBERT Phyfician to his Prefident of the Royal Colleitc of and VrofejTor of Medicine in the verfity of for Becker and De at Tullys near in the Strand and Bal f in A CAUTION to prevent IMf valuable made L from he late WARDf and by him at his Death to JOHN Efoj which that Gentleman has generaufly givento the uurufting the Sale of them to are au horifed to be f eld in Lon don eny at Robert led at the three Dours from ihe Royal in Cornhill and at Charles at Charing Crofs and in by Hoe in N Perfons are authorifed to feJl thefcMed inthe Country hy us without a Certificate un Hands an Authority which thofe who intend 10 deceive readily JONPQN Frinted for any SAYJ qf Town Sold at his the Corner of Pace TwoPence adjacent every Thing in the Printing Bufi ij executed and
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