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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 11, 1765, London, Middlesex eer R U R Y L A THIS I A The CARELESS Sir jwhwr Palmer With Q U E E N M Rookef Mifc T H I S D A ART A X R X The Principal Barw it i IT A t i i J M T E U C C S QJJ I 38 B A K E And Mifs B RE The Mofie compoCed by A R N With fcvera t Entertainments of txritng fa far eiKreafed as Ac Petfifa their Intsrejt to adverttfe m and New Daily all ddverfifements wbtcb t immediate Infer t mttft be fent to the Printer before Seven m tbff or there can be no Ccrianty of fuck MvtnifrmynU in tbt next j jl fonurately difcover d on of by Means it will be in my power to I the Worthy Livervmeutftbe City of THE Important Office of REMAIN to this Honeurabk cant by the Death of the lace worthy Sir H A R T beg Leave tf offer inyfe f to I be hippy to meet with I will teft iy my by a ehr befng ftoM S as iSl af other t myf foeVfcwJ Benefit will haw due and chat tike of private I army Sobrnifficmi R L E M l NT L t M a r informed tftaf my PmppiaJ that a ermic acquaint i 23Years Coi 1 thjt I KtofiaCft as ferjs ever MV defending Uje aad of thfelfc high nifefting Seofetl conferred i Cornhillr Tfe Etedidn being JfT the earfy Attendance of my Ftianlds and M Shortnefs of aw of the Fa vwr afworal Gunmittee of the Governors Charity meet at the Hefpttal oti Wednef the at Eleven int be the Office of Steward and Stcrtta all wfa bow Slivered tkiif Pe are defirejtt of Rectmrnendatioti To Odd and filver are a jfiSilious the thy cart the more tbtji lofe their Fox f to XTr LmfBER A FARMER in An Bruno oi by choce the in thfe December owdarate from DifcOTery to this I hope that foch th itmay not e n Power wait omiiting that Mirk w have gladly To the Worthy City of and if ieeaful arecefiredfot ITT P C I T 1 Z N and G R E fon well affeSed to Kit iWsjefty King our happy Conibtutiort in Churcii and State zealous Affcftor the Rights and Privileges of long have dsird ourfafllions Embelliflid and fpftend your H treat To we can And a By meins a foieigri Since rtie powers of harsnony leek not thefe Yow nolesare htilji or 100 ckep Well a Wet in to tliat agrees wiih the times t Look well befort you YO0R having anr anfveiahiy prove4 jthe imintivle lofs thatthis kingdom Ijy near one rbuitli of it laying inwaftiand commons and pirticolarly about which he hasjnade the principal fubjeft of liis letter and that twenty miles of the capital is abont aioooo acres ot waftestfbrrefts and ihep ociuce of if would be wohlh five pound an acre the the ttation is one million two hundred fund pounds furinth ftate tliey now affovi a bre luuliilrncefor a ragged and a wietchdl lupport for a fewpoor people who are a load to everyparith in which TSSS6fiS l6 Citizen and Should I omit payingthat juft Jy due taerery Gentleman of the be imputed ta any Negleft bat the I faboar under of procuring eorwft Lifts on fa a many oifmy felt a Candidaoe This Ci In H vnfc I favour of your Vorci ani IntWeft in my if t flimili be to wiH give Up aH other and devote nothing is Theres wholeforaej be And tfimg new is rlgiit a new rnetif irte for alt fofts of as fcarce ever jn in in and Wales fThe Day of Eteftion fixed for Ttref the 1 5 th Inft the early Appearance of my Friends m CaildhaU wi i be efteemcd a great January 170 S Liverymen of the Citj tf YOUR and Foil needful are XT Mr SAMUEL CITIMN and To be your in the Room of the late wmhy Sir THOMAS decea being well Sfed to his Majefty happy Church and and ever xeatous to jgbrt the Rights of his Fellow re the Worthy Liverymen of the Citj of G R N T L E M E A V 1 N G been encouraged by creat Num ersof my Friends to offer myfelf for the Office of of this Ho in the Room of Sir THM AS I humbiy beg the Favour of your and Poll acd fliould I be fo happy as o fuc 10 teirftWiny high of the by Afcharging the Uttties of that important If 1 fttuknmk perfonal Application to any I hopt it be imputed to the SRortnefs of the Time and audnot tonny Direfpedl Your moft obeditat awJ very humble STRACEY The Election u fixed for Tuefday the wheri the early Appearance of my Friends at wilt be efteetned particular Favour 176 Sc tie worth YOUR Interefo and if needful e defired for T R AC E Y I L CITIZEN AND HABERDASHER of beaga oo well to and in State 4nda zealous of Fellow I G E N T L E M E Your moftobed ent humHie SAMUFX is fixed for Tue daynext and as the Shonnefs nf the Time willnot admit of a general AppJ cstion in I thofc whom it may not in my PovAer to wait will excufe my Omiflkm of that Mark tsf Refpeft which I ftouldoihcr wife have paid to To the Wortlj Liverymen of the Ciff of GENT XHE Favour of your Pol if needfol are humbly defired for VIUEL Efq QITIZEN and CLOTH WO To fucceed SirTHOMAS deceafed as CHAMEERLAisof this beinga 1erfon zeabwfly aifefted to hisMajefty King and our happy Conftjcution in Chutch and State and a wsrm AffTtor of the Rights and and Commercial Intereft of hiVFellow To the Worthy Liverymen of the City of being vacvnt by the Death of yotti late worthy Officer Sir THOMAS I take the Li berty of addreifiRg you for the Favour of your Votes and Iniereft to focceed him in thit Office as I my Cofiduft in Publte may have deferved your Ysur moft humble Biftopfgate THOMAS January CITIZEN ON Wednefday the 2d oi Jartfiary Inftant a Neuo by Name JOHN absented himfelf fiom his JOTIN KIDDOLLs in Vr Whomfoever will tske him or caufe the above to be taken and brought to the abqve John fhall veceiva Tn Guineas and reafonable Charges paid he la cly offered himfeif Cook on Board fome Ship to Wert Iftclies as a though he is the real Proper y of the above If any Commander or OSlcsr fecure they fhall have the fame Re with Thanks whofoever enter ot harbours the a1 oye hall be treated with as the Liw When he went away he had on a black Wig and a Snuffcoloured Green Waift and Black Breeches he is about 38 Years of has at pnefent a with a Confumptive and of a yellow good about 5 Fefet 5 or6 Inches and raher holds down his Heati but heliete his changed hit that he may uot be will not be advertifed any Hie Tuefday Day if frice A SECOND IT lO Of the A DEFENCE of in the HOUSE of on the Quer lion Elating to General tte Defence of the To which is a in anfwer to the Enqnry rnro the of Li and The Reply to the Deffenerof in PawVs J t J ami Or whether the lun or wiiettterit You IflaedejrR ijiiift Thait affea the low as wall as the great j Tlwtaflrliow itubborn to Cure Come great and liule prithee draw Like true Britifti blades in a beapj Come come Oblerve my and begin ihe next To look before you ivy For want of ftich cautlori your daughters mid Have fome loit their How many elope to the Tweetl 1 vain they look for when once they get All pafiages they arc faftln the And by ove they cant While and are a gambling Or into a Ijagnio creep TiU ruinM ia and in Theyre at length either hangd or drowrTd j Then look before you See numbers of doomd to forfeited as well as a place The laft they lament Ill Tis hard to jump though not to jump But this we remarkd at the of he Wl en leapM frcm the Now fome of my friends wonul be fain And others their falaries kesp Some Squires there who would Lords be And many lawn fleevts I betranflated So look before you Yes now is your as the feafon Nor is it for you to care Nor whither ftride Stick clole to fnch as beft fmt your Provide for provide for your Ajid court the parly that guides If eer a doubt how the will faft ausep In giving your fuffrage you cant be too With one eye on and tUher on No Look fharp before you Such a noflrum as or Im grofsly In the late faved maay a Pronouncd in a dffperate Yes many poorfouls have by means of it And many beo wretchedly drivn where theyre like to day Then if you will only keep this in your Much goodfyou may freientiy Nor have anyreafon of me to 1 not and perry againj look More you Is it not then ft moft lamentable ihat len of this are fo infafuated with a thirft of fpreading the dominionof ihif in and moft in which jgthe mill oru beutthe fate war j and all this for tlteftke offrozen with df afci btfien by dnsjminenft pppreffilrg nation with grievous try which they want aioa do any real but the reverfe is nnucli to be and which inthe nature ef tilings miuTcorne to Tho colonies afreadf in ppmt of giva hodiijig pan prevent their in hortthe encoutUr own bat thoitfaads of latinesj and to plant isax thvi the dpes were Both Spaiii and Portugal are fatalioftances of f they Abandoned their narurfll riches ID piiKlxiit of gold and which daily degraded themfelve but commerce has got futh hold not only of Ju peopes but government allb is tlieyefore thnt they plantyandat anirnmenfe defend a view to bringFrom thencegod and imagining them to be real out does not lee that the m jrc of thofe metals that are brought to mere they lofe their value every yeap that money grows occafioned by its ahondant and every neceflary qf lifa As thefe 1 hope the prefect Uiment will tak them into paft andihereby render fruitfulthenutey and canmons ia this kingdom this would be per manent riches u the without foreign ex pence fit woull increafti the number of its psiplef wliicli I think hts always been adniitted to be the greatcft riches and Itrength of a at lead far furpafling that cf colonies ituated at miles ilif s MARCUS L p N D O Yeftexiay his went to the Houfs of with the uiual accompanied by his Grace the Duke of Mailer of the apci the Rrght the Earl and opened the fcHlon with a moft gracious fpeech from the Yefterchy fevcraLthoufancl weavers prefented the following to both lioules pT Par liament Lords and The humble petition of the journeymen filk on behalf of and great numbers of poor people of the fame through the badncfs of many hundreds of your petitioners are actually without work others dread fhortly to undergo the fame fate OUT and are moftly without and many are in the poverty and want It is thefe thoughts that throw us ahnoft into and induces us to throw ottrfelves at your humbly begging your afiiltance in this our mofi That ycur petiiionsrs are of with hurnble to your much better judg that this excefiive badnds of pro ceeds chiefly and principally from the encreafj of the ufe and xvearof alLforts of foreign wrought are continually imported and fmug gled into this and other parti of The affiftancfc your humble pray that you this Seffion of Par grant a general prohibition of all fo reign wrpaghtiii And your petitioners Dial It is that his day to the inltead of going dc pravel walk leading from tie end the turned down the dertlia treeson the put the guards into A marriage is concluded ui Princefs and the Prince Royal of eate Street Sbti i Price TwoPence executed and on
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