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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 20, 1766, London, Middlesex The Gazetteer and New Daily i J T H U R S D A Yv MA R H H A Y E M A R AT THE THEATRE in the on the aid of will be ned favourite Serious called D EM OF N T eompofed by Signior With Pit and boxes to fee put and no perfons to be admitted without which will be That Day at the aid at half eaqh i five By M A j E STIES Jfc perfon whaitfoeyer to be admitted behind the nor into the pit and will be opened at To begin at half an hour after fix Vivant Hex Being the laft time of performing till after the D X U ft Y JL A N AT the Theatre Royal in D R u ICY L A THIS DAY will be K I N O I O H King hemg his firft appearance in character Havard MJV Packer Aickin the being bis fifft appearance in that cba raAer Kink Prince Mifs i AtBaufhih for the firft time Cau Verhonj Queen Bennet Lady Mifs Plym Lady Conftan C 0 V E N T G A R D AT the TBtitw Royal in THIS 3 AY prefented C O M U Rois Dyer Elder MfClarke younger Perry Sinith rthe MrBeard Mattocks j the Third Weichfcl Mifs Poitier the Pattbrat and the Song of Sweet is fay genuine and elegant ESjf of Sunning V containing a good col and mifcellaneous books with of fcarceft Italian boofeVthafc were ever fold in any one collection in this and in the fined likewife many fthebeftand rareft Spanifh authors which will By S AMU Bliv B K E At his fcoafe in Cbvent OnMonda 3 1 it the ten begiiining each tvenirtg at may be viewed this and every ay to r r Catalogues behad of the foiling bookfellers PaflTiiaftf Bondftreet ia aad at the place of fdle Tfajptyitfiit in T YOL t A Price ia or fTia daring the Third SSLtrif afad UroPageTwith the To t the debutes of this period are rtuportant arifiagffcte a ywrietyof Several material in of thofe of ocea fioaafly tofrioM vw ance knd arid the fupptfeflion of ss moments iuwi williiftw one of the moft portattt eeriodiin It is therefore to have not been collated e and thill fo neceflary a work has and every lover of tha wkh authentic the are arranged partly upon which is 5 as is alfo Tor iRiMQveraents from the jour it is Jietiot cf every Britifli ibid by in Pater nofts p vff M A Nfc E R S O of GoMMEfccjt VT branctes and ia va many onrbyal aud in fine 9 ef Law i panted in the Conti ftonct j and at value A Second wth Jwge jyid f H of and Manage B tl KG B JJ favflstibas tor in the Where may hadJ waoMMfc on T Fr MARY the NAVIGATION has been encou raged by all wife as leading to the fource of riches and as fuch the parliament of England feems to think by the encouragement given both to foreign and inland navi As It is an objeft the atten tion of the it is a duty becoming every individsal to promote and to point out every re medy that may in any way tend to its welfare or prefervatian in this give me through through the channel ef your to enter upon a new but an old the inland navi gation of the river the moft beneficial to the kingdom in and the city of London in particular being the moft illmanaged and worft conduced river in arifing from only two which lead to monopolies among the great and an exclusion of trade to the or thofe who have only a fmall To remedy thefe is fubjeftof this let ter and as they will be attended with no it h to be hoped all due attention will be paid to it by thofe who wiih well to and have a public fpirit and an honeft And I hall here take jthe liberty to the brewing trade would receive fome benefit was it attended The Thames navigation is at prefent controuled by the barge owners or who ought to be controuled by the coramiflioners appointed by aft of parliament j but with all due fiibmifJion to I appeal to whether the bargeowners pay any regard to their owing only to their not laying a heavy fmer to be levied by authority of a warrant of a Juftice of with power to dif triun for the benefit of the who ought to perfon that fees the and not be confned any fet of and as the commiffioner have power to authorize any Juftice to determine it in a fummary it onght to be fo and not brought before that being attended with a delay which difcourages any as the time and place of the com miffioners meeting is quite as well as ex penfive to follow them from town to Thenext caufeis in confequence of the firft j that bargeowner does what feems beftfor his own therefore heloads his barge deeper down to ondun than there is water to come with any ex pedition as they are no other expence thsir victuals and itanfwers to lay a month on their downward paffages efpecially in feafon if they can put a greaterfreight into the barged The want of expedition is what leads to mo and hmders fmall man from benefiting the public by his little In order to make an expeditions navigation on the is to re duce the Ibarges to their former fizes j I mean not in length that is of no but in the depth or lay an that at notimeof year they hall draw more than three feet or three feet fix inches when loaded on the down wardpaffirge it does not fignify upwards from Lon for if they overload they very fufficienfly The benefit totrade will be this j it will bring the 4ipward loading equal to the downwardY for informationof thofe who are unacquainted with this barge 100 will bring tUjt quantity from her port in the She carries back only 70 or 80 I fpeak when the water is or will admit to load their Now as the sip ward loading is equal to the downward loading in point of the other 10 or 30 tons go home by The increafe of landcarriage increafes the price of hay as well as the price of The barges would make two voyages to one upon the prefent plan of navigation 5 the bene fit arifing from fuch expedition is too plain to need any further IfliouUi then recommend it to the commiflioners to reduce the price of the locks and which they might and be of more profit to the owners than at prefent they Ought only to pay half what they as they will go twice where they go only once Be fides as coals are efteemed in the Weft Country preferable to and the demand for them daily it is the interdl of die country to prevent a monopoly ofthat Let it fiif fice to fay that almoft every one feels the effect of Scarcity of coals whe now Jives in the Weft Coun and have no conveyance than by land or the rirer If the barge owners fay this fcheme will not let them I can fairly prove tjothe public they can and may live by their honeft pro fits ariling from this fcheme of i I am An OLD Inlaad navigation ought to puffied to the to remedy what perhaps at firft fight may appear infignificaut j I mean the increafe of which have got to fuch a that the paftureland anfwers better for feeding Uorfes than horned which as a hiijit toan abler to account for the dearnefs which will increafein or the roai kept fuller or thinner of follovjiag Utters art A I jeune air to the halfcleand hoes andthe longer the pay ment of the halfpay is the more woeful oar Surely all the world will cry oul againft the un equal diftribution when on full I was paid in advance 3 and new that I am reduced to I have had nonefince I have no but a very fmall hare of military merit and I am perfuaded I may fafely fay of pianyof my who might be willing and ca pable to do fomevhing in that would not only be an advantage to but a benefit the if they could find the do not you think it would do itnmortal honour to the who could splan a and carry it into that would en able halfpay officers with diligence whohave ad to provide comfortably for approaching old and at the fame time leflen the public A whofe halfpay may be valued at 800 with 700 well employefcfj provide comfortably for a wife and A Lieutenant with 300 may find many ways ot turning it to much greater advantage than to equal the full and not only gain a creditable livelihood for but be the means of givutg bread Some man of understanding in thefe with goodnefs of heart to induce him to mak6 the I am per could contrive a method to give thofe offi who chufe transferable fecured by the which might at the fame time be a public Wefliould pray for God would blefs him in the decrepitude of a grateful with a fwelling might that gave theopportunityef hinting this benevolent fcheme to his fervant and L I E U C A S S To the P R I N T E R WHATEVER may be the public opinion with refpecl to the prefent fituation of our manu thus much is they labour grievoufly under fome I wifh I could not fay A correfpondent of who iigns himfelf A and who appeared in your paper a little pointed though in a minute article candles a moft grievous one j and who pro mifed to ufe his own expreflion cto hunt that focial into the of the laws of this country but as more time is elapfed fince than was it will be much to the fatiA of that manufacturing part of the if tie would and throw fuch light on the ub as would enable them to redrefs themfelves in if the laws in being are not fufficieht col A To tiw PR IN T YOUR giving to in your paper of this humane attention to the diflreflcdy and your vvillingnefs to do what lies in your power to procure redrefs for Many of in as difcovej their pe nury ineveiy part cf from the ruiiry all poflible a number men to reinforce thegarrifon of Gibraltar and the fame to fill up the Irim regiments equal to the The repeal of the itamp aft begins already to pro duce a veryfavourable efFedt on the We hear there Till foon be a numerous meeting of the moft merchants in the colony to take under confiieraticu the molt effectual means for American niglit about one hundred merchants of thii befides feveral Members of and fome of the met on occafion of the repeal of the at the HalfMoon Cheap after the following toafts were drank Their The Royal The twg Houfes of The prefent Unanimity betweenGreat isritainand the Trade and The city of Duke of Sir George SirWil i am Alderman and the reft cr the Gentlemen of the North American Several hundred elegant prints of the Great Com in adorned with fuitable em are preparing to be lent over to and By a getlemarr arrived this week from we are the French had the new fortifications in the great road ef and alfo flanked Sandy Bay with feveral batteries We her the heads of a faid to be of im and lately concluded the French rninif ter with the of has been received in the laft difpatches from Sir George at According to the laft letters it To the P R I N T E IN public papers of week we have had an account of a fifh affair the particulars of which are as and perhaps may not be difagreeable to your a perfon and part owner ef fome of the Iceland fiming bought a cargo of fait fifticut of one thofe in the iile of and brought them to wherehe offered them to fale to feveral of the fifhmongers in buying up and fiiaring amongft themielrea all the fait fifli that have been brought to the London mar kets for many that not only the but alfo the cities of London and and all the have been obliged to buy them at thefeoond hand from this combination of about eight or nine The poor man was by fome of this left money than the fidi coft him at firft hand upon this he attempted to fell them out of his veffel at Wapping Oldftairs they hearing of fent acnftof fait fifii alongfideof underfold him was advifed to carry them to Billingfgate market j he did and fold them by retail to the public for at very rea fonable rates there he was threatened with an and that he mould be fecured if ever he came there The poor frightened to left the and went home to his where he was met by another junto quite ignorant of what had pafted at to be fure who agreed to take his fifti at price be fore and the poor fellow was glad to get rid of them at any But to make fure work with to prevent his ever after daring to meddle in a branch of bufmefs which they had fo long monopolized to they fummoned him before the Lord Mayor for foreftalling the mar ket at Bilfingfgate that judicious and worthy iMagiftrate foon put him out of his by acquit ting him at rue lame time the under water bailiffentered a complaint againft the buyer of the mans for his buying and afterwarcfe di viding them in contrary to whereby the public were deprived of the privilege of having the faid fiitt at the firft This complaint was fecuted before his Lordfhjp laft and the buyer of the fifli was the penalty of twenty againft which he has appealed to the A tort Chamberlain s March 1 Orders for the Courts change of mourning on Sunday next z3d for Staniflaus late King of Poland and Duke of Lorrain and The Ladies to wear black filk or coloured and The men to continue in black full and to wear c6l cured fwords and being the birth diy of the Prihcefs his Majeitys fecond fiilekwhothen entered in herfeventeenth yearthere was a numerous levee at when Majeityy pliinents of the foreigrt and other ofjctiftinSioa n ofjctiftinSioa pn Friday laft orders were fent from the Secretary of office to the Secrettry at to with theughtthenew Dey would not long keep peace with They write from that York had fome thoughts ef refigning the in cafe the che valier Edward fliould be deprived of the honours of his deceafed The friends of a noted exile now give that the period is not very diftant when this gentleman will be reftored to his Monday draughts were made from the feveral guardSlips at to comp etc the full complements of feamen on board the men of war fitting out for foreign The Thomas arrived at thejd of in ten days from London j fpoke with the Britifh Sunday the fecond of Marchin and from for with a fair and all A fchemeis faid to be under confideration for re ducing the intereit on government contracts to two and one half per We hear a bill is brought in to enable the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury to grant long Jeafes of the paiim of in the Borough of Soutk which will be of the greateft as thereby good and fubfbuitial viil be erefted in place of old rotten timber It is faid a bill will be brought in this fefTions ia to regulate private in con fequenceof the report rnade lali feflions to the Houfe of Yefterday was held at theanni veifary examination of the at which ths and a confiderable number of the company of pations of the faid many were The foun der of this antient fsmlnary was Dtan Collet of Pauls the intimate friend of the celebrat ed compced feveral things for the ufe of the This which the firft initituted this plan in has marii j fsfted the jreat utility of in refpecl to the preferving and reRoring religion from corruptions and has produced fome of the greateft men that thi nation can boaii of in thefeveral braaches of gram matical as alfo in philofo Amongft feveral ichool has given education to the great Dske Robeit Hal let and John and the prcfent of This foundation is as liberal as molt of the kind ia the perfbns admitted thereon being not only taught ett rely but fuch as go from thence to the Univeriities are not confined to either of nor yet to any particular They have twenty peunds per annum for the firft four and fometirhes thirty pounds per annum for three The fpeeches on the which wees in and Englifli and the verfet on the late repairs of the fchool in gave uni verfal fatisfaciion to a numerous afid learned audi After the whole was the company had an elegant entertainment at their in at which the examiners and feveral other gentlemen were It is a rft markable circumftance mentioned in the life of Dean that he was a dignified yet he rather chofe that the manage ment of this fchool mould be placed in the hands of a body honourable citizens and at deeming fuch the moft worthy and capable of fiip porting fo valuable a truft and to the great honour of this firft company of the city of 5t may be juftly that they have hitherto fully fup porterf the laudableintentions of the worthy of this noble Tuefday the and feveral of th inhabitants of the inhabitants of Laa waited again upon the lord of Lon upon account of die intended deiign build ing the parfonagehoule upon the panflis antieut burial two fine obiifks were fet up in tha Middle the one by the and the other on the oppofite Side 5 both of which have a very fine we are that John Efq the prefent tw make feveral elegant improvements in that We are that 1431 houfes and now building within the bills of The tragedy of Cato will be at tire Theatreroyal in on tUs of for the benefit of We are informed that a publican in Sc within a few weeks abovone thoufand people with Laft Saturday was by the lege the new and mufical peal of the parifh church of in for whica the church gave ihiiUngs and fixpence to each ringer for thir
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