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   Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 9, 1765, London, Middlesex                                WE D N E 3 D A J rAN U A Y D R UK T L AN THIS I N G L E A P O W L L CBslfK fecond Appearance 1 Glufteri BARTON HAVARD 5 L LEE ft O P K I N S C I B B E R With the D E U C E is in HI King C O V ENT THIS t A LOVE in a Hawthorn BEARD Young MATT 0 C K Sir William B E K N E T t D UNSTALLj Juftice S H U T E R Deborah WALKER Mifs WAINVVR1GHT Mifs H A L L A M j Mifs With DUKE and NO To the P U B L I E Number printed of This Paper having Jo far encreiifid as to be now equal to THE DAILY and there on that Ac a NeceJJity for its going jo Prefs at en earlier Hour than heretofore it js right to t inform tbofe iwlo tblnk it their Inter eft to advertije in The Gazetteer and New Daily that all Advertifements require immediate Infer tiony muft be fent to tfa Printer before m or there can be no Certainty of fucb Adverlifements appearing in the next Mornings 1 the Wortfy LiwefytoOi of tbe City of G N T L E ME rpH I rrrportant Office of CHAM I BEMAiNtp ihh Hoaourable being va csnt by the tare worthy SirTHOMAS Leave ti offer myfeif to fuc ceed fo as to meetwith your I vriuMftiiyiy Gratitude by a cpnftant and unwearied Application to the Duties of that Permit that 1 hare been i j in tbeXemmwCourtpil of Cornhl II and 16 Years Deputy thereof 5 during which as I always have made it my content Rule to attend oft all Giry Bufinefs j as far as my haveever exerted myfeif in defending tlie andIndependency of my fellow Should think me this hieh my be employed in ma nifcftins the greaiSenTel fliailever retain of the Favour Your moft obedient and ever devoted Servant January Liverymen of the City of and Poll J if needful Srpdfiflrerffor Deputy F R A N C IS v JE IT I2EN and To fncteed Sir T H o M A s H A x R1 s 8 s efthis Ttbnounble being aer fon well affededta is Msjefty King and Conftiuitloh inCrTufch afcd State and a A ffcrtor theRights and ifrivilaget of his 9o tbi Worthy of thg City GEN THE Place of C 2 LAI N your late worthy Officer Sir THOMAS I the Li kens you for the your Votes ajid Jntereft to fucceed tij Office 5 as Ihope my 1uMic imay have deferred your G E N T L E M Ysiir mail oliediam humble Bfliopfyate THOMAS fo the wtrtby Lruerynten of1 tbe HAV IN G fortunately dikoverd ami btiyg in PoJTeflion of a by Means ct I am fully it wili be in my Power to Advantage theCirjrtoa very confiderabteannual I am particularly imbeldtnd to Solicit yourVoies and Intereft lor ihe important Oihce of CH Ihould I be fo hvppy as to I fliatl took upoa rayfelf both in and Gra to divulge the fame 5 and if in your Opinion well qualified as any other I pcrfuidc ihit a Confiderarion of fuch fignal Benefit to this will have due and that public will take PUce of prfvae I With due Your moft obedient humble QHN January Te the worthy Liverymen of tkt City of TOUR and if are defired for O H N CITIZEN AND MERCHANT TAYLOR To be CHAMDKRL ATNof in the of Sir THOMAS deceafed be SHR wcO attached to his prefent Majefty King ancf our prefenr happy Conftitutien inChurch and zealous Afferier of the Rights and Privileges of RY MEN cftbedty DON HAVING been encouraged by greatNumbers of to otfer mylelf a Candidate for Office of CHAMBERLAIN for this ho nourable the Room of THOMAS I hambly beg the Favota of your Votes and and if Jo happy aSto endeavour to teilify my highSenfe of the by the faithful Discharge of Truft repofed Your rhoft and S AC E Y T I L Should I be fo as to omit writing to any I hope he will be fo to impute it to Inattention on my tlie Difficulty of ptocuring corredt Lifts vvoithy encurerei i the uortlfy Liverymen oftbfdtj qf GEN THLE M E YOUR and if neejful areflefired for T R A C R Y CITIZEN ANp To fucccedSir THOMAS as GH Rt AIN if this Honourabli Be ng i PerCon weHaffeSed Majefty Kinjj ind happy Con in Church and wd a ecalous Affertor of the Right and of Fellow tbe Worthy Liveryfiien of tbe City of HAVING been encouraged by many of my Friends of the Livery to offer my feif a Candidate for the Office of CHAMBERLAIN of this in the Room cfthe late wor hy Sir THOMAS I beg leave to follicit the Favour of your Votes and Intereft in my Behalf j afTuring you if fa hippy to fucceed 1 will give up all other and devote my whole Time to the Duties of that important I G E N L E M E Your rnofi obedent humbe npi To the lfortpy Liverymen of the City J HE Favour of yqur Iri Poll if needful are for M U E L T U R N E Efq To fucceed Sir THOMAS doceafed as of beinga Ferfon zealoafly affefted to his Majefty King GEORGE and our happy Conftitution in Church and State and a warm Aflhor if tliu Rights and and Commercial Intereft ofhis FeUow 1765 a theWorthy Liverymen of the City of G EN T CE M E HE Office of this City being vacant by the Death of the lae worthy permit me to re queft the Favuur ot your Votes andIntereft to faceted hm therein and liould I be fo happy to be your be affitred that I to the utmoftof my Abi endeavour to Duties of that im portant and graieully icknowlege theObligitiou conferred G K N T L E M E Your moft hnnibte SAMUEL Should I omit paying tlist proper Refpeii dua Gentleman of tle I it wiJl net be imputed to any buc to the Difficulty I labour under of procuring correct Lifts oo fo thiprt t r To the of the City ef and Poll if needful are deSred for SAMUEL To be your in the Room of the Sir THOMAS being attached 10 his K ng and our happy Coaftitution in Church and and ever ta the Rights Liberties of his Fellow From the Pubic BoxvS r I following Obfcrvations are eaineftly recommended to all Stablekeepers and fuch o her 1efions as are accultutned to lect our Hcufes to It is taken for granted that no Stable keerer would will lett aHorle to a Experience of miny has proved that moft jjif the Highway Robberies committed near have been on It Stablekeepers when they le t an Hirfe to a would infift on his producing fome Perfon known ta tho faid StaJe keeper before he his it wuld irequentl prevent the Lofs ot their he the Means of detecting Highwaymen who often ap pe r oo genteel to be difcpvered and frequently Names and Directions to impofe on ihe Stable As moft Informations of Highway Robbercs are with the Expedition ac the above where both Men and Hprfes ace generally exactly del t thought propsr 10 give this publicNotice to Stable keepats ard lect ng ouc Ilorfes to it ihey wfll fetid their Names and Places of Abode to the above theyUiall have an Hand fert to their Koules as foou ss it ca1 be conveniently printed and the Defcription of any H gh wsymin aud his that lull be brought to the laid OiHce by which frequpnIy he the af deteiiii g and of faving the Stiibie keepers and will a it is cietcr from following a Prafiiie fo d geious 10 their and which is attended to litilt ON Wedaefday the 2d of Jarfbary Jnftanta Nero by Nsrae JOHN abfented himfeJf his J0HN KIDDOLLs in Pr VVhomfoever take him or caufe the above to be and brought to the above dm fliall receive Five Guineas avio Charges paid he lately oiTered hirafelf Cook on Hoard fome Ship TO the Eaft or as a though he is the real Proper y of the above If any Commander or Officer wifl fsctirv they lhall have the fame Re with Thanks bur whofoever enter 01 har ours tha a1ova fhall hie with is be Lw When away Jie hiti on a Mack Wig and H Snuff Gveen Waiit and Breeches he is about 38 of at a Co with a an J ot H yellow ComkV fpe iks gooti about 5 5 or 6 and rather holds dawn hil Head whan he but beleve his changed his that hi may UOL be FRANCIS on the near the End of North Audley in Oxford Clock and Watch from the late Bf GRAY and in Pdl makes and fells ail forts of Clocks and Cleaning and Repairs done with particular and thnt will favour him with their itwill be grate ul ly by their moft obliged humble Servant to FRANCIS Tomcrroiu Morning wili be pu The SECOND of DEFENCE of die MAJORITY in the PJOUSE of on the Quef tron relating to General In anfwer to the of the To which is a ioft in snfwer to the the Doflrine of Li and alfo to the Reply to die Defence of ths Ma Spetdiiv luill be A Infcribed to the Memory of Printed for For the letters and OBSERVATIONS of our CORRESPONDENTS lajl 1The XL H E prefent high price of and every otlrer neceffary of lifer is fo very melancholy and ferious an af that it becomes the du MjBLjrf toihe extert of his power and in Irocuring their As it is not pcflible fiiore effectually to promote the redrefs of any than enquiring the na and orgin of the I fhall devote the r of today to this purpofc and in fuch a however on other prefnt parties are to each I hope theylljomheart and 1 do tiJt with the cf moft infuring fuccefb if you redions fo far from I fear the exorbitant price of provisions is an evil jirifing from feveral concurrent that arc All I mean to is to ihe public the true and leave others to rind out the re The great encreafe of and vaft additional extent of this over grown is one natural caufeof the By thefe the confumption is fo that the neighbour hood of London is unequal to the fo that provilicns are brought fixty nnd even fventy miles the confequence oi i is is fatal from the aJditional expence ct lo an univerfal connection or combi nation between the London and all the and butchers in the When ihe neighbourhood fupplied the every man fold his coiiimoriitiss at a reafonuble and the ntiaibcr of quite unconnected with each rendered any little artifices to raife the otherwise tharn in of a real fcarcityv imprati At it is exactly by all the fupplies for our markets falling into the hands of a and who are allconnedletl with one and previous to the fix the I take this general ufe of factors to be the real cnule of all the abuies relating to provifions at and every other and yet y perfon who haiconfidered the nature of procuring fupjlies for this prodigious colleclion of I lee a pofiibility of excluding thefe and falefmen from the mnrket if the who lives 50 or 60 miles trom was to come up with a few carcafesof calves aod pigs every it only be his but the expence greater than the profit could if he was prohibited from the ufe of agent or falcf it would be tantamount to prohibiting his fending his provifion to the certain confcqunte of which would be a real and you would add to the evil you intended to The cajfe is the fame with the little farmers and dairymen at a gnwit diitancc from they cannot poffibly bring the fmall pro duce of their dairy to London the of which that they contract with a neiga bpuring fone London to take altthe they at a certain price the whole year and thefe people contracting with a great find ic worth their whije ttffend a cart to colled it together by theR tbe principal part of the fupplies foe the London markets fall into a few and arc obtained at great We will fuppole thefe faciors give fixpence a pound in and ninepence in the for the which I believeis ihe general price add to the expence of collecting it in the and then the carriage to and you fee thai it mull be lold at a high and thefe factors lead the pe that theneighbouring avail their and take as much for their goods as if brought I am quite clear that the general ufe of faclors and agents is rhe real iaufe cf J amalfo as thoroughly that without them the country previsions woulJ never corne to town and London ma ft be ftarvel fi that a The bringing provifions from Ireland Jeeim very rational But has not kicceeJe by for aU is at prefent the practice with bicad this that it fhould the whole mer or winter asthe country are and not from week to week that fubjsct the rnarkets to and artifices tnan theyat 1 arn certain what 1 have Hated isthe origin of the evil how to remedy it I have uot pretended to find but hope every friend to exert himfslf to procute fo iieceitary a P the of the day among puppies to the and for his ex cellent confirmation of his liihing in all the morning evebing papers laft the following and ufeful paragraph r V We are informed nq mopey will oe wanted this year tand that the of the government are inya geod due at early in J a month footer than ufua The takes the Tibetty of fcitine the fad which that the dividends at BJnk have always been paid on or about the this and never waited for the openingof the as they do at tha SouthSeaRoule fo if they ihouli begin to pay thac is only one week fooner than Their be finances than a proof Ojfnte Prime Miniihrs playing well on the for the money that the arifes from taxes on particular commodities to that and fecured by AcxcT PARLIAMENT fo that theMinifterhas right to apply thefe fums to any other thitn a certain fcxoker had take the ladys Hock to his own and if any future Minifter fhbuM fo ha will morning or other take the fame agreeable airing tlwit he and many have the T E Pares fio NO men is tnorj fenfibla thsnI much the public owes to the author of 4n Enquiry into rhe DoJirinss lately concern ing but I uiflihe has con fined his thoughts icrfuch as tend to our inflruction anfl fcrl help meatirg the mariner in which he the me m the late and alfo the difregard he exprefTes for two Gentieirsen of tire diiirig thcir long and coarfe in theii have ptcferved their rharaQers fpot lefs diftinguiflied by their as well as and moderation to their clients and private life areas good and valuable mrntisevcr vZi Fatier rf differ from thofe Getnltmcn in poiucal more than but fureiy ib arefpecl due to the old of in prejudice to have uniformly maintained principles however erroneous with integrity and 7k Fatucr cf Candvr that one of thefe peerage for hirhfelf or his On the great qutftioa alluded they took it is pad which did appear like courting the minivers fa vour to any private Cuxilor draw a different on feeing a fon prefer what he thought his public duty above theau thority ofa lather wham he revesvs that father applauding his ion for payingno obe in a national but to the dictates of his own Perhaps they not re pine a a whkL hasf illirn oa them from tbe that has not the allies of One would think the which even tins faryrill of his memory would ba iuf ficient to protect his grnve frpm are efpeoally if exercifed in puL1 lic ought always to be the reafon Tacitus Ut faHifqite nietis ex iafamia Jh that the fear of perpetual infamy may deter mankind from the uu of pro flieate words and profligate But where virtues no faults ftiocld be they lefiea the force of that moft agreeable and ufeful infrac which from the c intemplationof virtuous To live without faults is not the attribute of human nature Uit to be to find no greater afterio diligent fesirci in a life fo as is in NJI can a proof Printed for S A P o Any Ptf t of the and Sold at his OF P i c the Corner of fpiic TwoPence c Places adjacently whers every Thing in the PnfitiiigBttfi executed expeaiupafiVi an4 on   

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