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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 13, 1766, London, Middlesex M O N J A N U A R Y II 5 Royal in LANBi i be pfefeated i the Shepherd Cavrtherly I ffamd Lee MrBurton j High Branlby4 Mifs Plym Pjatchard With aPaocEssioN and the HER M I O V E N T G A R D E T the Theatre Royal in THIS k D AY will be prewnted The D O U B L E The principal characters by Mils andMils A Prlogue to by Smith The Epllogug by Mifs P O L I C Ev extenfoe Sale of TH G T E E R A N D J NBW DAILY jeinedta tbe variety through wbiek it has lately been means of detecting fo many and of ap prehending To it may bt T nnW T t 1nf prater to givenits That fir tbe all informations of this feat to Bo W s T R B be conftantly inferted in THIS andij INFORMATIONS are properly attended to by AWN R o K E R j EW E L L ER SIL H BUYERS or SECONDHAND robberies will ffcape deletion PERSONS ufe of the iame paper to adveitifc their loftes 1 x FIELD IN WARMINGS frtm GOLDS MIT HsH the Theatre In near THIS and EVERY titt further The L E C T U R E on H E AD S will be delivered by a YOUNG who never appeared in The doors to be opened at and tobegin ex aftly at fix Gallery To B LI feceral of our Lords and the MeSi have with various made wry faces for thfc ainufement of the permit a Woman to at tempt the arduous tafk of laughing the Men out of their follies j that while fhe at tempts the vices peculiar to the he will by no means fpare the flighteft btr To the GENTLEMEN of the A General Meeting 0f the Members of this Prb feflionwill be heM the 14th day of January at five of the dock in tlie afternooa at the and Rolls in ijv order to confiderand execution a planfor the benefit of their when the company tf every gentleman inclinable to promote a defign of this nature will be efteemed a favour gentleman may in the mean time have a copy of the by applying ta and leaving his name with Jofiah at his heufe facing the Six Clerks Office in puwnbrite this j is In ten fheets in clofely trated with WHOLE SHEET MAP of NORTH price ON THE ibllowiag CHARTERS at The Three VIRGIN granted by King JAMES I in the 8th CHARLES 14th CHARLES ijth CHARLES PENSYLVANI 330 CHARLES 3d WJLLIAM and MARY sth GEORGE To which is A faithful NARRATIVE of the PROCESSINGS of the NORTH AMERICAN iaconlequence of the ACTV Continuedtothe prefect Printed for at Templerbar J In Piccadilly and at Johns Royal Exchange 3 his day is Price One Shilling and EALSTAFFs WEDDING A Being a SEQUEL to the SecondPart of the Play Written m lulita tionof by magtiis fat Printed for in Pauls churchyard F at Johns eoffeehoufe near the oval Ex change 5 and in Fleet ftreet Becket and De in Strand in at Charirigcrofs and m op pofite W OWEN it proper to acquaint the MOBILITY and that having taken a Tourney the laft Autumnto the GERMAN to the town of Lower onPurpofe tp fettle a pivper and to give fuch Direc tions as advifed by fe veral of the m for prefervihg the medicinal Virtaes of the Wateri cf thofe celebrated he flatters himleit the Waters he now imports will be equal to thole drank arthe Notwithftanding tke addi tional Expencehe is at in thus properly preferving they are fold at the ufiial price at his ORIGINAL MINERAL WATER near TH MPLE late Ejres s K To prevent arty pleafe to order from Oaths WtoA as the Waters of 1m importing facing no where tie nv She only for readyMoney every Receipt is THE partnerfhip between JOHN WHISTON and BKNJAMIN in Fleet being they beg leave to return fincereft thanks to their friends and for the many favours they have and to ac quaint that the bufinefs is now carried OH their JOHN at his own and at Horaces onfe door nearer thatallperfons who have any demands on the late and all thofe who are indebted to the fettle their ac cjagints with eitherofthe rll J the Right Honourable the LORDMAY fotyfuhbe and COMMONCOUNCIL of LONDON Mj LordMajor and IMoftfamibly jsrefome to foiicit the favour of Vour votes and to fucceed to theUnited Ktctories of Margaret Pattens and Gabriel now vacant by the death of the 1 feave neither Curacy nor but afmall coantrjr whole clear annual income is un der twenty and if I merit your in will be neceffarily Should I happily obtain your my refi dence in town wtl and my inclinations al ways lead confcientioufly discharge in perfon the duties of my I With the gieatett MY LORB and rnoft obedient and Faithful humble Upper Matter of Chrifts HofpitaL To be SOLD by AUCTION by At the large late Holdens Tobacco Manu near to which Good is on Wednefday the A th and the following Large quantity of linendrapery n fignedith NEW BOOKS imported by oppofite Bookfeller to his duvieux Langage Fran par Pans 1 PenfS dte JRouffeauy Pans Les on Memones du 3 rftwfe de T Paris1765 curieufes utiles pour Paris TbisDayTs price A New Edition of of the Witnelfei of the Reftirrec J tion of In which not ouly Wool ftons cf otucrs are Several Dlfcouifes at the Temple 4 price By Thomas late Lord Bifhop of Difcourfes on the UTe and latent of phecy with ieveral the The Fifth price Printed for John at Boyles in cultomers continuance to my hope my long and fevereimalady will ralherexcite their coin paflionate friendship caufe pf my lafiog thaiicuftoirt as aiii diiabled f refeht fronx ex erjingroyfelf as critical my ihnefs hindering me from pre venting too many difadvajitages whiclil have been to fubaiit I beg my grateful thanks far pall favours all rriy euftomert and their cOnimiflions will ie punc tually executed by myfelf and my nephew LANG lam their And obedient January v This day is publijbedf AN Examination of the Righjts of Colonies upon By a G entleman Errors ad fua principia referre eft 3d Inftitut Printed for oppofite Sonaerfet Houfe in the and Houfe in Piccadilly and fold by the Bookfellers in Weftminfter Now ready to bt delivered to the SERMONS on the moft ufefut and important adapted to the family and Byfhe SAMUEL LatePrefidentof the Collegeat in New three To which are A Sermon on the death of Daviesi by Samuel And ano ther Difcourfe on the fame occafion together with an Elegiac Poem to theMemory of Da by Thomas TKe Subfcribers books will then be delivered by John atthe Feathersin Paternofter j tended for exportation to confiding of variety of Irifa foeet table furniture printed gured and corded diviped into proper for retale ft op To be viewed Tovnorrow the and to the time of which will each day at half an hour paft Catalogues to be had at George upholder and at his houfsin the Old Bailey and at the place of Number Middle Sand BUCK give That their collec tion of Prints of fea and capital throughout England and is now entirely finiflieflj a work of above thirty years clofe application which may be or any part of at chambers as above Where attendance will be given every day from eleven till This day ii Price A DEFENCE of KENRICKS Review of Johnfons particularly with regaid to the feverity of his that Edi performance and Interfperfcd wth ieverai curiaus anecdotes cf Literary relative to the and as alfo ibme remarks en the gratitude aad urbanity of the prefent Sylvanns Together with fome uBgular uulances of the judment and confiltenty of the ciitica rfpecling the various wri ungsof by way of a for Chronicles and volunteer Cri tici vrith a iweet pickling for the preCervation of the Candid By a F R I E N Printed for in Pater lateOccuRRENciES in NORTH and the POLICY of GREAT coh Printed for oppofite Burlingtonhoufe in of force no infmcere ever moved him toforgettuinsfs ot what tie owtd to heaven and his country nor is hisicapa city inferior to his With penetration alra Mt he fees events long eejthey happen and he would have admirable intended evils on the heads of them which formed There was a Statefman when will there come fuch another you would have this to be the ipoi t of the juft as the weathercock of his fancy that man who greatly loves his will aft under the man that en deavours to ruin it but this I am wdl allured that nor ever boafted of a greater But it is die fare of the great and good to be envied and little wits will expofe if for nothing mere than to expofe their But there is auother Great Commoner that de ferves to be equal in abilities to the who ruijMd his lofl every thing that was dear to Sim in the noble defence of his an ungrateful that never rewarded his though he was capable of filling the higheil places in the if and integrity is required I am forryto fay thefe places are given to men little fitted by nature or education to acquit themfelves as they But to return this Lover of his Country is left in a wanderer in a foreign Oh my country foiicit your amiable Sovereign to that he may be an honour to you and an ornament to his Where a real greatnefs cf mind is at the there is a pride in remaining unhurt by the attacks of rigour but a foul of fuch a turn as his has no arms agsinft a We Lave a noble in of the effects of ge nerofity to an enemy A fiavevvho had determined the death of his entered his chamber to exe cute his purpofe at a time when others were with The intent was as evident as the The mailer learned tke cause of his and owned it was a JUST one inlkad of ordering him the he gave him his liberty and be Found him tothe lateiinour cf his life the moftaffectionate of his If are thus to be conquered by generous treatment of the can be dreaded from ineonftderate not when treated in the fame generous Slaves may be awed by from villainy by punifhmentj bur the great have no fenfe open but virtue and of inirit in who f 1 O of them TiiTKlecn I you to contemplate LordG S 2 and to dream of gold when ready to die with writs 6 Oeuwes de Theatre de en do notes par le Mar Romames dts r Piches de tome Ibis day u By for the THE moft and valuable CATA LOGUE of in all languages and books ef fmgle and by the gpeateft majlefs above in elegant being the li braries of James and his brother the eminent for their of botanical ancient of niedah tke Admiral Leilockj of Waltlmnftow William Efq Serjeant at Law Al derman Dickenfon tlie Edi tor of Plutarch Samuel Eiqj one of the Benchers of the Society of GrayVInn afternoon preacher to the As the CATALOGUE will be very large and copies the Pro frietor hopes the will not be offended at not receiving it iifual and ta prevent fairing into the hands of fuch who never intend to be pur theprice of bejivefltl tor which a printed receipt will be given which will be allowed in any or the money returned on the delivery of the Receipt A difcount er foe pounds ten per on ten fifteen per on Meaty will be en payment of The manufcript fermons of are to be diipofed being a coixrfe for the wrote in bit own Foreign Surgeon lately arrived inthis city7 takes tlie liberty to inform the that he can radically cure all incident to the teeth j cau alfo make artificial which he enamels fo as never change their He can alfo draw ftumps or bad teetn under cure all forts of fores deemed even the Kings He has alfo an infalliblejjalftim for the rheu tnatifm or fciatic Any gentleman or who will be pleflfM to favour wm with com are humbly requefted to direift to at Piguenit a bookfeller m Hammings This day it price CONSIDERATIONS on the Propriety of im poung Taxes in the Britifh for tne purpofe ofraifing a by Aft of America and reprinted for oppofite in ztftd fold likevife by in Fleetitreet Bladdnj in Paternofterrow and at the Royal This day price THE DOUBLE A New now performing at the Theatre Royal in Printed for oppofite Burlingtonlraufe in Piccadilly Lowndes in Fleetftreet j m Paternofterrow Williams next the Mitre Fleetftreet Davies in Covenfgarden Becket and De Hcndt in the Strand in Pauls Churchyard j and Ri chardfen and Urquhart at the Koyal This daj is Hnnfomely printed in The Third THE ADMINISTRATION of By THOMAS late Governor and Commander in Chief of his Majeftys Provinces Malfochufets Bay and South and Lieute nantGovernor of New To which is An containing Confiderations ou tfee points lately brought into queftion as to the Parliaments right of taxing the and of the meafures necef fary tp be taken at this Pulchrum eft benefacere etiambe nedicerehaud abfurdum Printed for in Pallmall jand at The above Appendix to be had for the purchafers of the former SS For INTELLIGENCE EXTRAORDINARY letters figned A LOYAL MEANWELL and ANTIDEBAC CHATORrfee To the P R I N T E Uni tquus oirtuti atque ejus WTS very far is from w your power to fully the glory Pitt has fo T Tliat greatly noble whofe r only aim was how tp lerve 36C ftiews he defpifes all thofe ta wJLJw W fordid views that the Favourite and his followers are fwayed looks aftd chufes to be great in worth rThen hold thy profane nor dare to attack ithe character of thii great The truly meri torious never fued to him in nor did the un deferying meet advantage by his favour the wife and virtuous need but be to be exalted high intereft can raife them but the fycophants meet his utmoft With no recommenda tion but intrinfic goodnefs and abilities are i3 This it sttr eld not a few bos fint its a letter under The folhwing Utters An Ex Homefpun Epaminondas Hater of Frenchified Philaftrese To the P R I HAVE often tint deiired to bscaufe they aredefignsd fcia Certainlythe letter of is nothiig be ihftrting fome pieces that you recei took the right of the field and between us and the a which whoie ranks being cut down at a timfc pafled the and in order as fa ft as that came after us fnared te fame fome But orders werefeat Lord for all the cavalry to advance btifPrince Ferdinand ibrie a fecond Aid du Cimp for tii2 Englifh eavatfy to attackthis iuftam the right who by this tmie was deeply ThePrinces motive for the Engliflvhorietofuftain their own was Icokedupon as agreat piece of judgnient aud as they would cerrainly eagerly to refcue their and what it is for troops to drawup in the face of a battery playing on But to proceed the French Carabineers came down upca they refembled our Blues fo General Waldegrave ordered our regiment not to tkough he had given orders to make ready be hekiiowingthre were orders for the horfe to and thought this was our own for could perceive beckon to us with tlitir hands aad how fatal tlivs might have been I am not able to if of our 5ad not called one to the they were not fifty yards and on a full obferving thst our two crofs and they but One firs was tbe word and our bayonet in thrir horfes jaws in an inftant when we openedto the rigjit and left to let them and in a fliort time thev were all cut to pieces rhirtylix fqnadrons more of horfe coming down at that almolt the fame fate but beingwounded with a bail through my and another through my finding myfelf I got behind the and fat on a tearing my fhirt tc pieces to cram ray wQUndswith the As I I law fquadnon 6f huffirs I think Luckneis with an Aid du gallopingup to the without Maying above one vmit off as fan to attack the which they earned Avord iahand in about ten have been and a gieat many lives the f me number from Lord befcre other During this time IfaV two and I think was one of go from the Prince to the place where Lord George was with his horfe and when the French army begaivto your correfpondent might hate feen more than two Aiddu Camps with preci pitation pafs aid repifs between the and which plainly hewed they wanted to purfue for at that time only rode o d in and have takerjwhols re giments without ftriking a blpvy and wbatever pri vate pique Lord had withthe it fhouid have been forgot that when and iiittreft of his country was at ftake I believe thereis not one that ever was in Germany but would as foon venture his life for either Prince Ferdinrnd or the Hereditary as any General Officer there except the Marquis all the world defelvestha higheil
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