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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 10, 1765, London, Middlesex T H U R U A R V tf B V Ja V I 1C U KL X Lt yt i H I S D A By their M A J STIES COMMA N A in the W Jt O N Sfcjate YATIS William Bartoii feranfby Packer j j HOLLAND PALMER M3 FLYMj Y A t Witfc U E M A Rooker Mrfi G Q V E N HG A R R T H I S D A The S T R A T A G EM S M I T H Srufkj ShnieJ Mift tWlam Mift Vincent CAlfHERINE and io Grumio for the firft Time Shu Catherine ted to the Veri gfo nfeny Ro From P O LI AND NlW LAILV ADVERTISER through whukit paffes been the Meam of kUl atetof apprehending fo many that it may be That for the all Informations of this epnftantly iriferted i n T H i s P A P aa i And if s tdiaJnf AW few Robberies VJiM mafceufe oc the Paper HAVING bfenehtOttragjabyereatNumbers of my to offer myfelf a Candidate fortheOflioe of CHAMJERLAIN for this ho nourable in the Room Sir THOMAS I humbly beg the Favour of your Votes and and if fo happyasto wiUendeireoErrtdiasftify my high Senfe of the by the iaithful Difchafge of the great repofed and very humble T Y 1L Whereas many Things have been ferted in the public conceruing my Conneftions with late worthy Sir THOMAS hiadftceof I herebjdifclaini ail Knowledge gf the and br v Means approve of the contained in relating to the To yOUft and if needful are defired for o T It A C E y T T CITtZEN AND To fucceedSu THOMAS of Ferfon well aad our Conftitwhm in Church Zealous of cAe IKI The Kleaion yill be on Tuesday To the Worthy Liverymen ef tin City ofLoaJtm J f THE Office of CHAMBERLAIN af Ats City beiig vtcuH the wortfjy SrTiteMAi permit ft re the of your nterett 10 fucceei him therein and ftOoW I 4wpp to be year be dfiired ibat f ta tfie iioaioftof ray Abi endewmjr tn the ItU i The thy af fixWfor HM early Apfesrawie of my Friend J in Guildhall will be efteeated a great f angary Liverymen of the Citj oUR land aredefoed for SAMUEL CITIZEN and WAXCHAND To be your in the Room fit ihe late HA being well aiuched to his Majefty King and our happy ConlVitutHW in Church fcnd and ever to aflrrr rfae Rights a d Liberties of hitTeltow January ivtrtbj Liverymen of the City of HAV ING fortunately difcoyerd and beiag in Poffeflton of a by Means I faliy it will be in my Power to very confiderableannual 1 an particularly to SoFicit your Votes aud Intereft for the impiMvant Olfiee I he fo to I Jhall look upon both in Honour and Gra to the lame ind if in y as it any other perfuade that a Confideracion of iuch figMfBeBefit to this will its Weighij chat take Place Wkhdue Suba Yonr moft ftedieat humble To the iPifito U VT i the Advantage ths Jm been feated as afttuj and I take this public Method of lean makeit froarOttxiolrKkttHQ ANiiPou my be broughtinto Chamber of London within the pt fame j a will accrue to City 5 City of and to T AIM of thii HoMHttable the deceafed prefent KiiiR GEORGE our prtfrnt happy CoMiluticm inChuqtit and ceakuit ACmar Rrgfes Prir 7i Worth LjfHrfutenef the City o GEN T L EM THE Important Office of XEULMN to HiwpuwMfe cane tte Death of he worthy Sir I beg eecd I be fo to I will teftfy my Gratitude a couftant unwearied to chd Permit to acquaint yoUjiiucllaiye been 23 Yeatt and 16 dMrrng vrbich is I always I fcaVemade kmy cooftaqf Rule to City my exerted aiyfelf indefewSngtlie Privflegei and Independency ol my fcllovir Should think me Worthy of this high rny whole Time fliall he etngfeycd w nifcftiDg the great Senfe I ttiillevet conferred T Your mat obedient and deyoted FRANCIS of if needful for v fc A fCC J E L L I w ty ih L i ivapq w R V To fueled Sir THOMAS Alfr ofthis Per 15 King and our tappi OwfttftttioA in Ckurct Sate and a of the Righu Mid Pririlegiei of his ft Gtij of act Of C H AM 6 I R LAIN JL being vacim by the Death of jopr wpnhy Oftcer Sr I take rhe Li berty of for the Favour of your intereft to fuecMd him in that Office 3 as I hope my may have defer ved your d E H T L EM E Vwr moftobedient hymKle THOMAS Ifrrtfr Lt many of my Frisnds of the Ltvery Ttb felta Candidate the Office off of thii in the Room of late war hy SirTrioMAS H A iso I leave to fijrflicit the Favour of jour Votes and lateteft in my1 BeKalf yon if rfrould be fo hippy to fucceed 1 will give up all other and devote my whole Time to ihe Duties of that important I G E NT L E M E Your SAMUEL Ekftion is fixed for Toefday next 5 and as the Shortnefs of the Time willjiot admit of a generai App cation in I hope thofe whom it may not be in my Power to wait wrll excufe my pmiflion of that Mark of Refpeft which I ihould other wife have paid to Worthy Liverymen of toe City of HJS favour of your In Poll if needful are humbly defired for AMUEL TU RN E Efq CITtZEN Tofucceed Sir THOMAS dtceafed as C H A B j t A IK of this being a Peifon zealoufly affeaed to King GEORGE and bur happy Cortftitution in Church and and a warm Afllrtor if the Rights and and Commercial lutereft of liif Fellow G U E of the the Earl of In If from his Hswitiii JatneYs Square J are curious Clttcks made by a Wheel to the will by s t BAKE oa Monday the 14th to continue the Five foliowlngr be ach Eveaisg at Six The TWie of ip be had of PalKMall Mr Ttwfeffewifip are primed for by mFleet SPEECH delivefeid iathe Hiatefe of Aflfemhly ofihe of Ptvw s Ttrii Hi A Mfc j 4 on Occafion of a Petkion dratHi ajf by and then of tfae Majefly fora Change of the Govern By JOHV Efq Members for he County of Jfr Reply to a The Efq Price ACoMjfthen of CASHES and Gtof with a few ocQaJlonal Price IMPORTANCE ofthe AN with a of anid improving it af Differption of the ieveiat Colonies 1731 Ptjee Day is The Second in of from the Acceffion of James to chit of the Ek ByCATHARlNE il the Author and fold Bibk iotheSyrsnd inVal arid in Where the FirA The WojkllJ prcfeluted with Diligince fits Djy arid Kcceility of Chriftian ftiewn from the SUte of1 Raligiori in the aocient JIeatheo efpecislly Rfcfpeft to the Knovfledgaof only True a Rule tf moral and a of Future and To w hiqh is a Prelinmury Dif on Natunl and Revelled By JO H N L EL A N Author of a Review of the Dciftical Primed f r hi PalhMal 5 and Long in Where may be a new Editiony bsing the1 of Lelands View of the Deifticil in Price bound Tn One final i Price LEVEN jrom the late HER VET W the JOHN WESLEY coutainiugan Acfwerto Gentlemans Remarks on Thefop and PubUihed fromthe Authors left in the Pofleflion bf hia Bro ther HERV With a the Rea fon of their being now PrlnteJ for in Where may be This Vox Jtrict 1 DeJicaied to B R 1 C E F 45 H ft Efqj Ths THIRD E D I T rb Of AD I S S K R TATldN oa the PROPERTIES and ErricAcrof in the Cure of the VENEIIEAL Dis SCURVY 5 the a VatfonTis from an Enlargement of W without Confinement or Injury to the which is now An with a fucciaikAccount of fuch Cafes as tSive been Aeoefefally tretfcd by a Courfe that of and the Msnnef of 5ti AftiAn on the Solids and By L E A K Member the Printed for and m PalAMall undent he Exejiansje and Advenifemenrt having aj ijrKG calld Dat psargd relative to teikei the Sfthe abwa Dlflena ibn necefftry to ihcdrm tfat Pab that tlm letfi CoBCetnvith either tte one bribe Tbii Day is Price The Whole to be illuftrared with 150 Copper reprefenting ihe various defended in the Courfe of the Work Whole to be comprized in ijo Weekly NUMBER Of nPHE Complete DICTIONARY of ARTS and SCIENCES In which the whole Circle of Human Learning is and the Diffi culties attending the Acquisition of every whether Liberal or removed in the mo t eafy and Fnmifiar The Philological and Critical the TEMPLE HENRY Chaplain to the Right HonouraLle the Earl of the atid Chemical by THOMAS j the Mathematical bysAviUEL Author of an Eafy Ictroduaion to the Theory and Prafticfrpf Mecha nics snd the other Parti by fercral Gentlemen particu larly Converfant in the Ansoi Sjieiices they have under taken to Printed for the Authors aiJ fold by Wilfonand io PaternofteiKow JvFletcher and in Pauls ChurchYard j at Oxford in PaternofterRpw Fletcher and at Cambridge Smith and at Dublin i and1 by all Bookfeilers in Great Britain and Where Pro pofals at hirge may be Removed frjm Mooifelds to Three Doors from the BUck THE gfeacDifference in the Chatge of the Generality of to that I offer to the fome to conclude fo me thing nauft be I that thefe Mafiers are obliged to take their MiterUls on to jpve the and freaueatly meet with great f deal for ready Money which enables me to bay at a mncK fewer Vrould thofe that to prefenoioy public it the only Dcpendance 1 10 my whiciv Reliance inay ba rnide on my And That bekg deeply teafible on Aocount of my low Materials and WcukmanJhip are rmire I make it ray fwedRule to not to defraud my GuRonSttTi whflfe Commands I migh expeft for the Upper Coatt accord h4ffd the Quality of the SdrirV from i o to fuperfine 3 from3 156 j 6 9 HaJWrefsSuitsfrorn 3 9 6 Cloth 5 19 JftainFrockStutfromz 10 o 4 9 o Suit all Qloth with 3120 A the fore Pares of the heft Sit tin i 9 f APapr of the baft Genoa Velvet Breeches 281 A Pair Of tlie baft Manchefter ditto I li o A Pair of Silk knit I n 6 A Pair of Worfted Breeches beft 4 Thread o 15 6 I have Eftimates of 900 Garments equally reafon TJjfit Day is Publijbed By A Ys A v T H o R r T The T H R t D I T 1 O j i Correaedto THE JAMriSs REGISTER ANNUAL For Containing complete JLi5Ts of both Houfes of Parlia Thft Court and City TheArmy and from the Books of the rtfpefiive public Officesj carefully correfteJ down to the prefent To which ii An Alphabetical Table of all the Perfons enjoying Civil with rheir Offices and alfo an annual Account of the Supplies and Ways and Meansfrom the Revolution to the prefent 1 ogecher with fcveral oilier Lifts never yet pub Printed for in New BondStreet 5 Days and in Holborn near TempleBir in Pauls CkirchiYard in Fleet Struct Crow and in Pacernofter Row Girdiner Parliament Street 5 at the Royal Ex Lange in Pr ce or with an Almanack Be careful to alk for the Jsniess Day it The with Urge Dedicaled to His of A NARRATIVE uf ihe hfFeas of a difcovejed at Paris in the Year by a celebrated German wh ch cures the Difeafe in ics moft inveterate and without or life Jeaft Con as now pnftifed in both in private and in all ihe Military Hqfpi alij with well au thenticated1 CertiScates of Mlnifiersof and other noble Perfonagcs j as a grear Number of the moift eminent and To whichris a Preliminary on the Difenfc hewiaj its Ufefutetfs in Biheumatic and Scrofalous By J A M c O W T E for lhScPaulV tetinyi Roys jExAange T near of Exchange j and may be had of the ia Groat This Medicine is to be with proper Ad in all Cafes of athisJrloufein Johns and by his fjeciU at the above mentioned For the letters fa BRO An INDEPEN DENT loft To the PR INT A Speech without doorsf ivortbv of the cotifitlcraiioH of H K is now in which the Members of both Houfes arefummonedto anxi each particular interefl be gins to watch the infancy oi the The gentlemen of he cydrr couijtjfSnjay expeil that the opening will put forth a fairer a inilJer iimaence on their JJicious fruits thofe of Cornualt may be to sxereife fuch acls of goodneiglilurhortd hqfpitable as their vicinity to DiSon recjuire though they cannot but ac in iaftice to their porter alcne is ever reliftied ia a pot of The whdi the reft ef this will probably vote ihe without a For my own I will afiiil the apples of the with as much fidelity and zeal as I would exert in favour of the cherries of Were they in the fame perplexity of But I hope gentlemen will with the moderation and candour which become that an open unrefervej on one a claim to a certain degree of gratitude on the Lee them in throw applt to government it will be but a four and a fmall ranfom for releafing every other frpm cap i When thefe local and particular considerations fcall liave ben happily to private fa tisfaclion and the public peace lam inclined to that the di berations of the Legislature will fce confined to th jfe fcrious points of which are of a much more extenfive and gene ral For as every coffeefcbufe is a collediou of ftatefmen the firft colleclion of flatefmen affcmblcd in both Houfes of Parlia mufl be the great coiFcchou e of the na I may therefore that which are haiidid in the with lb iuft a io iludied and fucn an accurate precifiun ijicvjedt in the pei haps with though not with a fjj S01A at his OFF ICE the Corner of Pncz TwoPence Halfpeany i Wlicrs every Thing tn the Buil is weeded and ou raodsratc X
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