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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 16, 1765, London, Middlesex T i i COVEN HIS LOVE wi VI B E D j ML A T TO C Sit Witeam B1E K N E T D 0 N S T A L t tuftice S H U T SAj WA t K tofi WAlSWRtGHT Mifc HA L L A M j Mifi S R E u TviKj i tje u B L i Thh Paper having fo far as to be now DA i i V AD YE RT i s R and there on that Neceffity for ite going td Ptefs atan earlier tioue tfyn ksretpjore it tq inform thofe who think it Inter ef to in Gazetteer andNetf Daily that all Advert j foments immediate Infer ijtuft be Jent to ifa Printer befort jn the f or there can be no Certainty of fuch Advefttfemehts appearing in the next T TAKE fte your ThisPay at 1 worthy Tfiw DfJ s I muft emreat the Contreuanefeirf four in Support of thu Majority to affiwe if Your Servanr FencburclfStreeti tketuorihy of the Gtty YOUR and if needful are defired T R AC E Y T I L CIT12EW A To fuc66edSir THOMAS H Knn of this Honourable Perfon well affefted to his Majefty our happy Gonftitution in Church and anda Aflfcnor of the Rights and Privileges of hii Fellow I you my hearty Thanks for your kind Ape pearance on my and beg the Zeal and Friendfhip Vy your early THIS Guildhall which will be acknowledged Your wft obliged and faithful STRACEY The Ten andetofcsat by ilone each 500 12 10 o of O tJR Intereft are be rn of Sir City dcceafed veWed In the of th Chwck rf tad Tittf fe h State j mnd K hft W the Duiiw of arFour te fata r fa hft SERICARIUS Charges 50 into lay for one per at i 4tK pfef with poftage terfi ar 7 10 b i 8 o 0180 52 u tie P R I N T E T ga verse great plaafurc when I read your iaft to meat with fo iible and wellwrote a as that of yobr corfefpondent Anti In thefe when avarice parently joined to the many reigning vices in this diftrefieil pie will rejoice to find there yet like would gladly manity to our flow mUjft M the they read tlje ned nd re e I apprehend vecjr Tew except thpfe who or have teeii con cerned in Jet profit for a week 14 2 4 Net urofit for a year 734 A FARM iiR in The nearer beat are to Ion Ae reorfr the 4eler AU markets fat muft be meetings tft4ie jobbers and on ays ami at Ifiing fcnd MUe or likewife or ieme for the benefo of the pablk The flaugiitering butchers will i able to produce fo noble an as their unanirtons iand laudable fui port of rpejjt thejr YEoTERDAY being the time appointed for election of a nt and able perfoh for this City in the room of once more let rrie fay the late ifortfy Ciiam Sir Thidoias deceafed j 1 went to whether faril had any intereit with theLfverytnen of this to my unfpeakable their riiwftfie whom every true lover of this iad citizen of don in has caufe to iJeecii tae Father and Prctectcr of their and unaniWoufly favoured wth their Bt I leit the Hall I foutidi to my great a poll demanded jtf favour ol allthe excep I hope it wilt not be deemed if I Conclude this Ihort letter with earneftly aiendmg it to thofc have fo diftintereftedly invitedhim trj forthis portant and who hive returned him as their to Be his as it would be an aft of the greatest craelty to uffer his to prove in vain I A OF LONDON if on account of rt atef relating tff the renirns grateful and rqpit diitifvjl Thanks tb the Liverymen of for thir genet Appearance Qui14hall jh he beingdeclared by the Sheriffs to hjaier thij Majority ofHiirids and he huflabjjy To the PR LN T B RT Cannot buf reflcA witji concernoo naajty paoere daily to prejodiCe the yotir I wftl beg through the IP lay before the W eant Livtrymenofthe dry Hy Office of CHAM to this Honourable being jltf of the late Sw THOMAS Kiiu I beg to offer uiyietJ1 to fuc SkoaMdte as to meet with your teft iy my Gratitude by a conftaiu Ami to the Dutiesof thit aufibiequaut that 15havebeen Yeart in and uS Years Dtputy thetsof during which I tlioughtit my Doty I made it my conflant Rule to attend City Bufinefs ai far as lay in have ever exerted myfelf jn defending che and Independency of ray fellow you me worthy of this hiph my Time AaU be employeJ in njajiifeftinKthe preax SenTe I fliall eVer retain of the Fa vour conferi ed Your rhoft and ever FRANCIS N The eafty Attendance of my Fiieuds at Gir Ul wifl he ihanktully e teemed and the Shorttiefs of the Time has not perjnitted of my making a general berfontl Appl 1 hope iliacfuch of the worhy as i has not been in my to wait will excufe that of which I Wuld have o tlie Wart In Liverymen the dy of L N T M E HE of CHAMBERLAIN of thh City being vacant by the Deaih of the lare permit to queft the Favour of your and Jntcreft to fucceed him thurehj and ftouid 1 be io to be your be aflitfed that i to the unnonofiny Abi Ipmies of thai m hbrtant and grateuHy icknoyrlege the Obligatinu conferred Your mfett humble SAMUEL 4th t Asl paying thst proper Re juflly Hue to eveiy Genttenw i of the I hope it Will not be sdj Negleft but 10 the DifHcury oorreft LilUonfo fliert a Kj The Poll begins tt Ten oclock each and ends at January To the Worthy Ltvtryvttn ef the City tf and Poll are de J fired for To beybur CKKMBKKL in the Room of the warthy SirTnoWAS decea ed bemsiwell to his Majefty Knp and our happy CooftituTion in Church and ard ever zealous ti tflert the Rights H d of his Fefkrwr Poll begins Ten and at each fome Merhbeps orParGament in infancy 6f the point out to them where the evil which is the real caufe the pravi fiohof roeat except the articles of veal and houfelamb is not fold within a halfpenny per pound as low in the metropolis as in the ramotelt My calculation is greatly in as if ought to of the dealer oat yet will hew the that London and its enviroru with the adjacent villages may be fupplied with meat at a reafonable even at this provided jobbers and monopolizers can be pre vented from carrying on their illicit When fat beail 200 miles off colt butchers retale the carcafles as at Ply mouth at the fame twopence halfpenny per pound the the and the offals clear to themfelves a proht fuffi cienty the butchers call it a fifth a term they and are very well they A dealer no jobber who refides in a diftant where arc grazing lands and inany an nual makes it his with ready money and good judgment purchafes 50 bcalts per of each80 ilGne buys item at the fame rate as the butchers in thofe at or twopence halfpenny he them under the care of Jruvers to for the market in neld writes a letter his falefman to difpofeot which he to London or other butckers at the rate of or per pound for the carcafs the the butchers mayafford to fell them tale at the fame only diflcring the prime and coarfe pieces in proportion to the to accommodate the buyers at it appearsthat the the rough and the offals will be and remain to them for the butchers quarter dear of any deduction as in the diilant coun Suppofe 50 Soiloneeach fold in London at being a halfpenny per pound more than they colt 200 miles tO Charge attending Jealtri in fat bcaft rather Ufi thatA more fttenas tide tf The for his ex pences in the fe at per day J wo twelve days in coming fcven days in per and the heart on the each at 6d per twelve dayj at 2 per 66 13 4 115 o 13 5 9 o o APPV 1ftould I could qxprefs tliat for tive honour you have ddne onice of Chambejlain of by your free and Hnfolllcited foftrages And as a roll hath been tne Cun tinuance of your in iupport of your Allow me to that as the love of my and of this eity in has ever been my prevailing paf it fhall ever be iny conftant iVudy to nifeft my regard for by a faithful attention to the duties of that important honour to with the greatelt relpecl and Your rooft and obedient humble STEPHEN THEODORE The Poll begins Tomorrow morning at and clofes at To the Livery cf the City of Common Council and Liverymen of who are literally the principal part of the middling peppte of this on fteadincfs and integrity the pri vileges of this nation have been prdefved frptn arbitrary to their in alraoft the highefi regard to thpfecandidates in all elections for the offices of this who have either paid twenty hillings in the or honourably paid their debts after Ureyhave been when the law did not oblige fhem to I fellow Liverymen of this will not nvw deviate from stat lau dable cbnduft in the election of but continue loperfevere in that giving their votes to Alderman if thereliad not been among our anceftors many fuch men as Alderman who pre ferred the public good to their p ivate we fliould not have pcffeffed thole glorious pri and that extenfive we are now bleffed Therefore let not that whereby the nation has reaped fuch innumera ble benefits from his indefatigable endeavours for the fervice of the be rewarded with And let the nation fee even in thefe msnevlwing times that the City of Lon donwill llill do honour to Alderman Janf as a man who has always been unfhaken and unbiased in every when the good of his country required A THE proceedings at Guildhall yefterday will fcmciently convince the world that the Liverymen of this great city are worthy of cvrry diiliflftion that can be paid to fp refpeflable a Ages paft nor will pofti upt be LOO well ffjoken of j the invidiois ofwlHch they pi tend to det monrtiate cmeflythe venom of rhttr own and how little of exafwl when by awl a Thepublic anxl amUIle qualificatiphs ifond and approved ai a pentkinaa iughy deiii vtng tlie it known rigcU efleiy ok ajrf inte tain proyr eohrinde to det fo to lie isappoiiueii cf his fellow citizens His nmfurtuaes feratkm radier bsthf pnootpaUy occifi onedbytiat which is b and amiable a part ofb bbappearmg a uht t might havfl appeared tlrcre f and the citys and lie fconicd t0 stUvan vage tetnis which would bring iltlgiace qn tbtt city in the pe ot her chief atircum Itance I but flunk greaily a bankrupts certificate is piior ii is weii anc veiy orten to the of many let us fet the above gentleman has bvlaved herein would fo God there wert iuany mere of the eycelleit ricple as is generally jn oiclcr to make the fullert repaw ration to his I uVruld lather fay fjrtn nate he been ever fince contriifiina his family ex pences in to do not wiwt the cjiild but what his integrity and llnftregam to juitice and will eytr influ ence tvm to to the no tmall benefit atl of th ie to wlionvhe yet remains tt has been aflud whetlur a peifon is fit to be cnt rafted with the citycafh I and beiieve every impartial perlbn wilt be cteiiJy of that a gentleman ot his ccknowlsdged and ib great honour ard is indeed die proper per lon for the ortant office Chamberlain of rhii The hints are the refultof foiuuled on facts and delivered by a perforr entirely iniinHiienced by HHV per to either uf the in that a Granger to every one of Your the abave out will much oblige your the pub To the Liwrymen ef the City of WH E RE A S it appears by tbe fheiv of and the dole of ihu poll 1 jft that thedifpute will lay between the two Alder it may be very well wonh the t6tice of the Livery in the interejl of the to keep their votes for the left they be thrown as thofe already given them feem to A SINCE thecommencernentof the prefentcon teit for the mtfriti of a certain Alderman have been very much extolled by his friends but it fceins to be the opinion of the greater part of the aJmirting his merits to be ever fo they are more perly An objeft to the govern mentthah the it is cannot in thekatl have beneEued by rherru From the O G A Z E T T jlrt the laft week aq edift wis publifted reduce the CjrtentTilue of the Roman coin five per a what has been Coined St Rome for twenty is deficient both in quality and otics has been fent from SAY in Newzate 0Vthc Towt SoW at his the Corner of Thing Price TwolSnce on
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