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   Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 20, 1766, London, Middlesex                                which will at Jfad at half a Admitted behind the at Adcck ynttbard wr IM a 5911 fitted up Qgm the firft door pa turn to the right from m which Neibitt now moft and an exttnuve view of the country out of the back win For further enquire at the faid X c E R H A4N G Sanwtl Norncui leave to infocni the aid fitted op in an elegant the picious largerbomt over Exeter Change in adjoining the and has put therein a large as well of thetaOiV of the moft ufefql with a view to fupply all peifons with fuch roods as they may have occafion for at the very lejweft fo that a houfe jpaybe compleatlyfur tiiihed frpm thence Gpodt left out afid furnimed by the on reasonable Sir the iahuly4 John flew jike H door to ac to ty the thigh1 Jucordirig to in tbeTeft inn and was immftdiatdybbfieed to qtlit A duel ejjfiiia j tKe rjandwa the It is that Sir John his damages in the re gular courfeof taw i a the particulars may with be by fearchmgthe records WheneVer they cat be C 0V R A D E in THIS The S U M R M A L The principal chapters by Bar fcftft E ShilKng and WEDDING A v Being to the Second Part of Play of Written in Jnuta Printed for in churchyard at Johns coffeehoufe near tbeRpyal Ex change Lowndesi and in Fleet ftreet j Beeket andpe in the Strand in Goveiitgarden T at Charirigcrofcj and in pofite rice N Impartial View of AGKICUL from permitting the of orn in to the present Printed for oppofite Martmt in in Picta dilly Charingcrofe and in oa J vetant duodeciffl leges privatis hominibns id enim eit Cicero pro near fleet i Wit Hay it fVahunes price or bound MQNS of pfcblifiied Becket and De near in the ty and who have honoured Stecn with their fubfcriptions to the above fcr to fend tor their books Complete lets in 4 had either fewed or botmd alfoTriftram in S rich Mack crape atStd va nity of other to Iba fold off OSEPH VAlpChaberdafher and burnt from Packhorfe and Star in Ccirnhilly noved on theSoyat up the f om mgatl his f fi6m the late wholefale and at and 1 prnne cott j whsre and rei keepers niay be Topplted with a very great of hdtierdalheiy and millinery goods among tfttt there ire near t yards of Blond black minionet laces and which will be fold exceeding Black figured mode from to la tin from coloured qaJlted from Quilted froin to Black faton to Coloured from to 505 White figured fettm for cloaks Great variety rf ttnped flaiwered of new drels and Undrefs Csigfc for the winters f Soroe Book Thujaf it The Third of LETTER to the fioned by his late Letter to the Right the Author of the Divine Legation of By the Author of ESSAYS on the Printed for Davis and Reymers ovecagainft the P R I N T By infcrting f hefe few lines you will oblige many wifh well to their and that peoples eyes may be IF tnere is a nian in this with whom no OtheriBttf not any one man can is fttOtre wshedthathe wasin the adminiftration If thermit a roan who gives as his that certain muft be moft deftrudlive to this country one year and that the very feme are the only ones topuifue another is he fit any adteiniftiation if there is a for the lake of being the would endeavour to eucreafe their thafl heal the divifions of his even to the endangering the what docs he lonly deCre my countrynifn will look and jf fuch an one can be among I have no onbt but they will for ever look upon him with the Contempt he AN HONEST For tie letter lajl To the P R I N T E AVfNG feen this your ao cdunt of the names 61 the gentfe meji who have appointed dittributors of the ftarnb duties me leave fhitetafft nmn nviU be price fewed iTfHEfflftEBDOMof SPEECH and WRITIKCS upon I Af with an hifto view of fherRsman hnptrial lawsagainft as vlpiafipns of or lefiet The natttre and of torture among the Romans and modem The bringing of the rack into the it for a beginning of the civil laws in The different treatment libels The and aflamed ju fubfervience to arbitrary and abolition of the Court of of trial by With on the properuie of the liberty ana its abufes particularly of late with refpefrto the colonies and a brief itate of their origin and political froni various acts of Princes and Parlia Printed and rfold by in u Ibis ttay is In one large volue price The Second reviled and VICE to the People in with regard their HEALTH but particularly calcu jted for thole who are the moft unlikely to be pro vided in time with the beft afliitance in acute dif or upon any fudden inward or outward acci deet With table ol the moft yet effec and tbeplameft directions for prepa Tranflated from the French edition of TISSOTS Lyons with alt the notes in the firft Enghfii edi anda few additional By printed for Becket aftd ADe near gUrgyftrect in the A SteCiEts of a UNIVERSAL jfjt rjce one guinea a phial for the cure of the fer Teral uiforders mentionedin the and for certain relief in the infirmities of old and all de of every It is the real Tinc ture radically diuolved without any corrofive i it tinges filver in its hard ftate inftanta the tax was laid on in a ceitaintSe lebrated 4 find the nappy eftefts of the Union 5 I think attooft all of thofe who were appointed lucrative were NorthBritons i andas it feems to have been t h general intention at that to intra duce Scotch both at honje and therer they took particular care to none but thele to the new eftabtilhcd fepoft as far as they to all the governiiwnts which were elpeciaUy in the conquered How far that fcneme may God knows but this I that if we were to be it was no bad method to aft as they I hope the feels of that of whatever but especially our good anpciates the did not mean to be na if there any view of troubles to the mo ther country but I am apt to that if any euttiitial broils fprahg up at that even the whole number is not final in dieco would be puzzled to forget the North affec tions their other parts in this ifland are reckoned oood friendsto er The number ofCaledenians crammed with bread on this fuppofed furprifes me j I our good frknds of Old England were not alarmed oft that I am fure the Gentle Shepherd had the applicationsof very many worthy natives of this happy to be fupplied with the jprofit of thefe intended pofts j and it is a little that the of chieflyon names or fa whole merit has more appeared again it tne prelent regal eftabiiaimentttiiaR for it Ihopej the principles of their families were not tranfplanted there to or encreafe their This I re commend to the pubhcJ and the is vrroflg fee the promoters of aad our former inveterate baflc in tJrtfunfljine of mimiterial favour and that the feeat of fljould be fmelt even in a moft refpecrful piact of great and re warded with the keys of Had I been at would give you a in fight j but as I am brJy a judge more from your paper than the environs of Georges Tke following litters are Vindex Philocoimos Bririfti Freeholder Loveworth N A Candid and To the P R I N T E relating to the ByeLaw for regulating of is neither fairly in the Lawyer inferted in er of the 18th of Kings Bench did not in Michael give any judgment whatever the validity of this Byelaw but they tfOpinion thereon on the of June in on the following cafe fejved his time toa Butcher by by company he was the Clothworkers and then bemade free of the City which the refoftd till he had taken up his free the Burchftrs Cope brought a to which the Chamberlain returned the validity and legality of this Law folciWiy and learnedly argued b an eminent now one of tbe Judges of that Honourable bnbahaJf of and by the prefentRe rCorder bshalf of the Chamberlain when that which confifted of the prefent Lord Chief the late juftict and with tlje prefent Juftice Wilmot were all uhaniinoufly and of that this was a neceffary and legal and therefore ef by allowing the Chamberlains return the Mandamus be Afteribis Cope took up his free toni and was then mad firee te Ibe above in favour or the was held to be good in the Court of Michaelmas n I Wannel againft the Chamberlain of Vide Reports To the THE ladies ought to be infinitely obliged to Be for his tenderiiefs it ai act of juftice for thenvto have thur cloaths but Imuft take the liberty of diffgnting from his fag and am certain it was anaft of let the gown bwhat it French or Englilh Is everyidle fellow that has a mind to amufe hhn felf by throwing Aqua Fortis on the to efcape with though perhaps their faces as well as their gowns might be facnfice to what they fun I am ferry that any gentleman can be of fo cruel a dilpofition as to countenance any iuch ill No one refpeftj their country nor its turts more than I do and think no lady need go to a foreign when he can be fo fur ttifhed with filks at Spitalficlds and what pleafure mult it give to the to encourage their own by weaving their and thereby to It can never be of any cenfequence to ptmimment on an Illicit trade ought to be ftopped at the fountain by great penalties and infamous punifhment inflicted on the importers of but fhanie to fay rkefe are let I wiih that our trade and commerce may flouriiHr and that we may have encreafe of v plenty of good and endlefs LEON neoufly of aguUen colour which property alone ram judged extraordinary efficacy on thehu to andiil le This medicine it not reducible into by any as all pfthers are Co the name ofTinfture of becaufe are prepared with corrofive and there tinftwe much further than any be at at the Crown and Seven Duaftans To the PRINT E He comes to my boujt eats my tntatt when I afk a dvit account oj all Jays I wear a THE original ftory of Sir John from which Vanbrugh is not with certainty On all hands it is agreed that was not only Itriftly but that Sir John was a fond Some lay he was an officer in the but more that he was of the law profef and at the Conftant upon a vifit to in the once upon a time Sir John was obliged to go out aboutUrgent My fays Lady I not to leave the houfe whillt Conttant remains With me n I muft look over my Sir which will keep me for fome time in the No fooner had the Knight taken than Cortftant grew i fweet uooii my lady he kiffed her heknTed her ke proceeded to violence Lady ihrieked out fo as to alarm her her fer and thefcrvants of who were then HINT to would be much if Connellys would and have her balls once a ai they begin fo the feafon much atW not be finiflied till the die 6f eioit of the fubfcribers be gone intto thfc and the tickets will be given will be difagreable to the few fub fcribers and a disadvantageto it an other year and that it might not interfere with Al be fixed fome other day in week that Almacks aad not on a Vv A From L O N D O N G A Z E T T A Spanifti man of war arrived in the porjof Baia near this Saturday The weather has been very rainy and bad of threatens an with great thrown up hot cinders for feveral and at night the flame on the top is very viitble which has not been the cafe fince the year the date of thelalt B A N K R V P T John of the parifii of Matthew aod Matfeias Jacob Berken of in the county of filk yvaiehbufemen and to fur render the aadtind 3otft in and on the irt of at ten inthe at John Abercromby and Richard of the in the courtfy of cheefemongers and to furrender the and and ift of at ten in at Abraham of parifli of Matthew and to ftirrender the tift and ift of March at the at of the in the county of to furrendef the 24th iftof and itt of at four in the at Thomas of Long hi tbe pajifh of Martin in the in the county of Cjach and coach harnefs to on the aid and and ift ot at at four in the at Samuel of in county of to furrender on the 24th and 2 th and ift of at four oclock in the at Robert of the parifh of in the county of dealer and to funeuder on the izd and 24th and ift of at ten in the fore John late of the town and county of dealer aud to furrender theagth and at the George in and ift at the New Inn in the county of at ten in the fpre Days appointtA jor waking the dividends of Bankrupts to of in the county of dealer and i3th of at two in the at the Royal Oak in Mairketftreet in in tke county of Richard Camplin and Daniel of the city of dealers and chapmen and itth of at ten in the at the Nags head tavern in Wine Certificates to be alleixed to John of in the of linen draper and and co partner with JoTm Lock of the fame on or before theSth of February John of in the of linen traper nd and copartner with John of the fame en or before the 8th of February Friday night died at hislroufein the Stable aged the Right Francis Go Earl of Vifcpunt Ba ron of Governor of the Scilly and one of the Lords ef his Majeftys moft Honourable Privy His LordLhip was born beingths only furviving fon of the firit earl or Go by daughter and coheir to Tho mas of m Efq Groom of the Bedchamber to KingCharles then Maid of Hon to His Loidthip waseleJled in and the three and Knight of the Shire for Oxford Mem ber rbrTregony in till the death othkfAttier the fifteenth of whenhe fucceeded to the earldom of In 1701 lie was made one of the Tellers of the and in 1705 Lord Warden of the Stan neries andon his Lordihipsreligna tion of tiieformer Cofferer to her On the jd of he was appointed Cofferer to King George On the i5th of iie was Groom of tfasStoleT in that reign was three times one of the Lords Juftices of Grent Britain whilft his Majaffy wentto On the 24th of he was Groom of the Stole to King George whichhe refigned in On the 19h of Sepremberhe was made LordLieu tenanf andCuftos Rotulorum far the county ford on July Governor of the ifiand of Scilly and on the of followingwas created of Helfton in the county of and to his heirs with reraninder to the heirs irtale of his Henry late Dean of and on May wasfwqni Lord Privy His Lorcfliip marrying the Lady Henrietta ekllt of the four daughters to John Duke who by a5t liament wns Dachels of Maryborough on the of heir laid had by her twOfons and three daughters of the who were William and the latter tHed but the ftiled Marquis of waschofsn member of par for Penryn in and for Woodftock in He mamed April Maria daughter of Peter a Burgomafter of the pro vines of and filter the countefs of but had no but died of apoplexy at Augult And his Lidy on June to Sh William father of the Earls Egremont and Of the the Lady Heiirieita is married to theDuke ofNewcaftle Lady Margaret died young and Lady Marv who is fince dead married the Duke of His Lady theDuchefs of Marlborongh died at Harrow on the Dean Pauls be forementioned married daughter of Sidney Efq by whom he hadiflue Henry hu eldeft who died in Mary rnarrkd to WilliamOwen of iu the couuty of Sa Elq andFrancis Godolphin of county of member in the prefect for Helfton in and now Baron of He married tcrhisfirft wife in February 173345 the Lady Barbara youngert daughter Wil late Enrl of who dying withputiC 15 he married on the iSth of to his 1econd wife filter to the late Earl by whom he has as yet no iflueF By Efq iiicceedingto the barony of ihereis a vacancy in the Honfc of Commons of amember for Helfton m By the eath of Lord the earldom is now Friday difpatcbes were received at the Secretary ef States from his Excellency Sir Jofepft York at tke It is that a fleet of observation for Channel vice will loon be fitted to be commanded by Admiral Sir George A letter from Copenhagen of the that the whole city was iu the utmoft and that aftop was put to all public whence it was luppofed the King it had not been publicly As thoe his never before been in the cottWy oi dealer Dowager Daughinefe of   

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