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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 12, 1765, London, Middlesex R Nli A R y D R u R T A N T IS K I NJ G L fe A King POWELL BUR Tt tf j HAVARD I The r Lrfc C I B E WthThfe CO EN THIS A R D E P S From the P O The R E L A Srcith j Young j Syririgfej Shni Vincent J JAifj HaiUnv With PERSEUS and NDR IPerfeiii Mattocks MILES to gve THrs to w SeMfium L IC D NlW D whitk it Ruffes he btAy been tbt Meam of that it maybe Poatic That ferffo all Informations of tbit wS it i n T M i s P A P E R And if s u CH BlJTfiRS OF SECONDHAND Robberies eiaify if ALL PERSONS make ufe of the fame Paper a F I E L D I R tfeeatrc inthe Hay ai New 1C BV Wish fcrtWfced red at ifie Bbxfti a Sector into the To I 05 to To ALDERMAN N Cohfequence of the OR VL Tft a coafidtfaote Number of fajd of Londott tirtis prefect their and HH TO HIS tlfe that will uUheft A r t v yft V M E NT o N P Q NL V I N been encouraged by great TCvmbersaf WBffer nyfelf a Tlbt lhe Of OfjhK Ho in the of Sir Vm deceafeJ huitiBlv beg thj JfcMJP and Poll I be ft I will all other to teftify tuy high of the le Duties be imputed tt E NT Tnfti tfe Wnrty Appearance of my Fronds at wilibe efteemed aparticular 1 Livernaux nf the City of YO0R and if aie defiied for o f R A C E Y C IT 12 Ell AVD HA B E R DAS H K THOMAS H ARRiSON Kr t HonouraHie a Perfon affefted MajftKing and OHT hwpy hi Chiuehand a zealous AflStW of the Rigkts and of Fellow wiU be at Tuesday arid I January i LiiXrtmen of G ElSTf AV ING fortunately difeoyerd and beiag iu of a by Means I fuHy it will be in my Power to Advantage the City to a eoiotfidfrsble annual I am particutarly Solicit your Voies and Jmereft the impwnawt Oftcewf whereOj ftoaW I be fo happy at Tflwll look upon myfelf both in Honour and Gra to divulge the fame if in yew Opinion n well Qualified at anj other I pof fusde that a CenfWeratton of Benefit w this fill have public will take fltce of piuaw Wttndtt andgnaat G E lw T L E ivi E Your moft obedient humble JOHN BOK yi Vrtrtay of the City of iixformed that my Propofal fcrJhe this hat been repre arid I take this public lean make h that a Sum from OKI ujay be brought into tJie Camber of London within Twelve Months ftdm the Publication af the fame j and thereafter an annual Sufnof F11K T H o u s A K D Po c s on a msdefate will accrue to City January of the CUfef and I i IP the i IGITIZEN To be CH A K i it x A fit of Room of Sir THOMAS Ilig well attached prefent M and our prefent happy in Church and andazcalow Affener of hisfellow G E E THE Important Office of CHAMJ BEKXAIN to thh Honourable Cityt being cant by the Death of the lace Sii THOMAS offer mjpfelf to fuc ceed Should I be fo as to lirrdi your I will teftriy Gratitude by a coftan and unvveariad Application to tte Dutiesof that Permit to tharIhave been zjyeaniatheCemmenCoantaof andi6 Years Deputy thereof jdurihgwhfctt as J always kniy conftant Rule to attend City Bufineft as far as my Power have eYfcr exerted myielf in defending t s and Jndepjndency of my fellow think me this mgBvincej my Time mall be emfileyed in mar nifcfting the great I flvallever retain of the FavoMr conferred Your flJOft olfedient and ever devoted 1765 N The Eleftion being fixed for next efeariy Attendance of my at wtll eSeemed ih Jrhe Time will not permit of mymakWgigeneral perfinal I Itope that fnchi6f the it maynof in ay Powar to excufe omifting tfftt Mark of whieK I athecwrTe wwiU hare gl idly if Beedful ity FR CIS E L I C IT I ZEN CE To fucoeed TttowAa CHAMisxVAHf of this fon well sffefted to our hsppy Conftitutifin in ChttfeV of the Rjgitts ffa tie CitJ G E N T L t M E AVI N been encouraged by many of myFriends of the Livejry to offer foy feJf a for the Office ef CHAViTEKtAiw ttott Jn thifc Koam of the iate Sir THOM As I beg leave to foipclf tlie of your Intereft sfiAinng you ill oiher devote ray to lhe Dwtieiof that important I very G E N TX E M Your moft obed ent humie SAMUEL fj Klcftioivis fixed for TuedAy next and as the of ihe Time wiU not of a general Application I hope thofe whom it may not be in my Power to wait my Omiffion of thst Mark of Refpeft which I fliouldoihcr wife have paid to To the Liverymen of the City of La N v nOHE Favour of your In 1 Fol if needful i 3 re humbly defired for SAMUEL Efq QITIZRN and To fuccee d Sir THOMAS deceafed beings Perfon zealoufly affefted to his Majefty King and our happy Conftjtution tn Church and State and a warm Afcrtor of the Rights and and Conunercial Imereft of his Fellow To the Worthy Litierjmen of of TH E Office of CH A M B E R L A i N of this City being vacant by the Death of the late worthy Sr THOMAS permit me fo re queft the Favour of your Votes Insereft to fucceed him therein j and hould I be fo happy to be your be affured that I to the utinoftof my Abi endeavQtir ro difcharge the Duties of that im portant and gratefully acknowlege the Obligation conferred N T L E M E Yaur humble SAMUEL 4th Citizen and Should I omit paying that proper juft ly due to every Gentleman of the 1 hope j wiM not be imputed to any Negleft but to the I under of procuring correct Lifts on fo flierc a The Day of Election is feed for TuefJay the i jth when the early Appearance cf my in Guildhall will be efteemed G cf tke City E ME E Place of C H AMBERLAIN being vacant bf the Death of your late worchy pr I take the Li adJreffing you for the FaTour of your and to fuccted him that Office as I hope my Cppihrti in may have deferred your G E NT L E M E moft obedieot bumble Servant j BMwpfgate THOIViTAS From the O L I C HE following Obfrtvdrions eajneftly recommended toailSrablekeepert and as ire accustomed to letcoui Hotfes JristakejifoT granted that no Stable keeper would rilHiiglj Horfe taa Experrtnce of many Has proved that moft f tfte Highway Rabberies commitred near perpetrated on hired Horfe If when they let an Horfe to a would infifl oa his producing Perfon Jtnown ta jhe fM Stablekeeper before he ets his irwwJd frequent Ijprevent the Lefs of their arid fethe Meant of Highwaymen who often ap to be frequently given Directions to unpofe on Stable moft Informations of Highway Rohbetiei are tritV ie feqpedhion at the above and fforfes are generally exactly def k U tfcxjght propar tOgive this public Hotiee to letting out if itef JwHHViJ and Places of Abode above they ihali have an Hand BtUienrto foou it ynanA containing the DefcripttofetrftagrHgh id hif thar fitxll be brought to the will be the Means of detecting and of fwinj the Stablekeepers and will as it deter Perfons from Allowing a Prafrire fo dan thehr and whch is attended wich FIETDIVG BOfTER and DODs Original and in NewgateStreet if a uf fmU Porfc finfe cired for lhe tendon and in order to bfng down the tuhmbitant Price wh ch Britiih now will e con tinued felling dieap all ihe Winter Seifb it the above whvrc the and otlvrsy may be on the beft biiogtfie renl Importer of them from and any Quantity of them fern to all Parrs of LonJonor Weft Alfo all ether Srts of Bruifh ani for thofe who do nut ehufe at the lo we ft and feut Home us with Allow ance in Price to any Family who takes 28 Pounds or up wards of either fori of Butter or as alfo to thofe who fell fuch as and Tr prevent theWarehoufe isoppo fitc NevvRaie S January Te tbe Wwtln Liverymen of fb City sf and Poll M if needful are deired for SAMUEL CITIZEN and To be your in the Roorjiof late vranhV well attielied to his Majefty and our happy ConOitution in Church add and ever zealous tu jtndTAettMs of Kis Fellow about 30 Years of Vhb works well at her under has had an exceeding good and tetehesthe French of Place w fcrvc Gowrnefs or Ladys Wotnaa She can have of and at the Italian iu the F O R T A Y L O Removed from Moorfields Tferee Doors the Black npHE great Difference in ihe Charge JL of to that I offer to the eanfes feme to conclude fomething be 1 obierve that thefe Mailers are obliged to take on to give the and great I deal for ready Money which enables to buy at a much lower Gentle men tliat to preferve my publicChawfter the only Dependance I hive io n my by whch Reliance may be made oa my And That being deeply fenfible on Account of my low Charge my Materials and are more critically examined I maKe it my fiied Rule to ftick to my and not to defraud my whafe migh expeft fiw the Fu Upper Coats accord ing to the Quality of the from I o o to fuperfire Drab 3 JZ 6 Full DrefsSiiits from j i j 6 to the 5 69 HalfdrefsSuitsfrpma 9 6 loth 5 i o Plain Frock Suitfromi io o cothe be ft Cloth 4 90 Suit all with Shag Breeches 3 12 o A the fore Parts of ihe beft Sattm i 9 o A Pair of the beft Genoa Velvet Breeches 280 A Pair of the beft Manchefter ditta i 12 o A Pair of Silkknit the beft I 116 A Pair of Warfted Breeches j beft 4 Thread o 15 6 I Eftimates of 900 Garments equally reafon Letters Day i Keatly defigned for the Ufe of Price bound Allowance to Scheolraafters and others who take Quantities NEW LATIN ACCIDENCE i An Efoy towards fupplying the tfte Common Rudifhents by adding of and and by enlarging the and illuftraiing it Clafllcal Examples wirh a ftiort Syftemof and Engliih To which is a calculated Ksccom rn idate the DifScukies of Grammar ta the irteineft Ca 0 W E Matter of the Pr nted far in Paier To the Dstlers in fat the Ufe of So oitgRS HE C A R G O of the Snow UFFROUW JOHANNA of 721 Mats atlJ Bales yhich wis run dowa Gravafendj will be inime Iroughc tip anderpotpd to at Smith and Specks aodthe fale of laid Barilla will bk made as foon as timely Notice of which will be gi r en ia this j A Sale of at the Queen CoventGaiden confiftiog of and plainIfiiln of for the preMfc Season with a Urge of wich Black As yre have lately anOpportuailjr purchrfng a great Part of the above Goods under tfceir Original Ladies may finding extraordirury The Pamphlets are prinred for and ibldby WHISTONand B in Fleet AS P E EC H delivered ia the I Aflemhly of ehe otPrNJf May of a Petition drawn up by and then under of thd priyinghrs Majefty for a Change of the ruetu By JOHN Efij one of the MemHers fer the of DICKINSONS Reply to a SPXSCtt of JostPH Efq Price A CASKS and RzCORDS coacemlng with a few occafioaaj Remarks upon Price Tie of the BRITISH PLAM TATIOVS in America to this with a of their and Methods for improving it and alfo a Defetiption of the fevetat Colonies Price Speedily iMiU be AN accurate Account of all the Lands purchafed iu ana Hamp for erecting With oc Cafional Remarks upon the and the Mills Humbly offered ta the Confideratijn of Parliament t with a ftiorc Review of forhe X pedicaled to Hxs GRACE the DUKE o NARRATIVE of the hffecls of a difcoverei in the Year i a celebratcJ German whch cures the Venereal Difeaie in its morh invererare slid without or the feafi Con as is now in both n private and in all the Military Hofpiuls j with well au thenticated Certificates of Minifters of and other nftble Perfonages as alfs a great of ihe moft eminent and To which is Preliiiiinary Difunirfe on the Difeafe and hewing Ufefulnefs in and Scrofulous By J A M E S C O W P E Printed for iu ChurchYard in Thtcidueedle behind the Royal Exclunpe in near flicks Hall in the Patfage of the Exchange in FleetStreet and uiay be had of all the Bookfellers in Great ThU Medicine is to be with proper Ad in all Cafes of at his Houfe in Johna and by his fpecial at the above mentioned By His MAJESTVj LfcTTERS STOMACHPILLS are prepared by JAMES at the Pme near in the and Sod at per done up in a Paper figned his own Hand and by Appointment ef c he Proprietor they are fold by James of Parllament If from or a from too much OT too many Vegetables from too great a Variety or Quantity ot Food or from or Spirituous Liquors of any kind if from S Deficiency of tougk or wet too tlvn or toa licile Sleep from any or more of fuch like the Stomach or Bowels ate i or 3 of thefe taken at any Hour of the Day or fpeedy even to a Degree that the Pa whiltt it is no more than natural and neceflary Operation of a few valuable Simples happily The Stomach Pills are the beft Phyfic for Travellers by Sea and LanJ for Gouty xvlio cinnot bear Ex ercife or cold foi pale anU at Turn of Noihiiig procures Sleep fo orfo effectually takes off Chat ReiHeflhels which arifos from the Stonuchs being loaded too much Food or Above all the they are of fovereigrt Power in a coftive afd for thofe who are oppreffed wirh As the Sticcefs of thefe in producing fo iruny noble been and can atteled by Numbers fo it proceedo on this fingie obvious to That what ever promotes piomotes Health Their kn being to the Stomach xvith a U1 Proporfian of and preferve the Periflaltic Morion ot the fo a to gojd and down They may be taken at any and in anjr whcrethere is i ct 3 They re quire no the feaft nor anj particular Rts whatever ami wpentlie Beily without heat ing the or occaftoning the as Kefinous I and feidcm uf and Sold at his f where Q F F i c the Corner pf Price Twopence the Printing Bufi U execuied and Cn moderaie
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