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   Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 10, 1766, London, Middlesex                                and Ne A F R I L From thi THE txtenfeve Salt ef T H E G A K E T T E R AND N D A i L Y A D V E R T J S E R joitird ts the tariff ff channels tbnvgb which it has lately been tit weans cf detecting fo many and of ap prehending fo many it may bt propir to give THIS PUBLIC That fir tit fa fill informations y ibis Jen t to B 0 w s TR is E wilt bt cenftantly inferted in THIS PAPER and ij SUCH INFORMATIONS are properly attended ts by BUYERS OF SECONDHAND will ef tape detection efteiinllj if PERSONS make ufe of the feme paper to adverse their The WARNINGS from GoLBSMiTHSHALt bffcvtry or in the or ttj an fir diftalcl to aUfilutr by tbe pruitir of this H A Y M A R K E A T T H E KINGS TIIEATHE in the on Saturday the will performed a called LEROE C I rJ E S The Mufic compofed by Signior With jjov new and Pit and boxes to be put and no persons to be dmitted without which will be delivered That Dav st the aid at half a guinea each No By their MAJESTIES perlon whatfoever to be admitted behind the nor into the The pit and will be opened at To begin at half an hour after fix Vivant Rex H By PARTICULAR AT the Kings Theatre in the on Monday the uth of will be Being the laft Tickets will be delivered to ftibfcribers on Satur day at tbe office of the faid Every ticket will admit either one gentle man or two Vivant Rex HAYMARKET The ELEVENTH GEORGE ALEXANDER STEVENS will de liver His NEW with the AD as on Saturday The doors to be opened at fix to begin exactly at leven JBpxes Gallery the iienefit and mcreaie of a FUND established for the Support of Decayed Muficians and their AT the Kings Theatre in the THIS DAY will be performed A CONCERT of v ocal and Inftrurnental M U S I Part compofed by Signor by Signor U Signora pnt IJ bigaora oignor ElifK German by Signor Signora Con by Part Signor by Mr Signor Duett Signora Scotti and Signor French Horn Pn and to be put Tickets to be had at the Prince of Orange and Bedford and on the day of perform at the OperaHoufe at half a guinea Firft Gallery Upper Gallery 1 To exactly at half an hour after fix u Y Vivant Rex tickets will admit one perfon only to any part of the may be had at Jefle the Societys at his near the in who empowered by the Society ta deliver receive the The Governors beg leave to inform the nobility and entry to whom this charity is fo much that from June to June they have ne cefiarily laic out and expended for thehipportof de cayed muicians and their widows ot de cayed and in maintaining and educating orphans who are left in inputting them and for and other inci dental charges relating to the the uiu o that the books are and may be infpecleci by any gentleman bemgajub fcriber to the charity the Sunday mevery at a meeting of the at tae I urK s in N All expences attending the Meetings ot the Court of and Committee for nianagmgo this are Middeiex for and Lyiagin in Marylebone April THE ereat number of indigent and afflicted Ca lebs who daily offer themielves for adm ttance inw this having induced the Governors to erect an additional wing the expence ot which beinr too great to be raken cut of the general fund of a Subscription has been let oa foot far railing the fame And the Governors have the fatisiaaion of acquainting the that a very coniideiable fum has already been paid by voluntary into the hands of the and the building is now covered m but as a further Supply is neceifcry to enable them to compleat the imie in order to receive a greater number or preg nant and other than can at prefent b for of room in the it is houe1 the humanity and ot vho irbiffed with wii extend to tne pro n n ot this charily from its known uti hty aud is S ro the afflicted am reateit A ilc ot t undertaking is kept feparaie tiCLv ci cits received on this are app ed for tmrpofe w thankfully receive at m Wirchin lanr n Firtftia in te Strand 1 Charing crofs lick vii aiv4 by Join Ma ia r rirhitreet and VVng TreaillJcls This day ij in price A SECOND EDITION of FALSTAFFs WEDDING A Written by author ot the Review of Johnfons and feverui other ingenious Printed for in Pauls Far the A FK I END t6 the PHILO To the R I N T E commoJyty find e no It is indrcd that in t1 ere a jv INO in e Vrd a law fuPy of the evils j but rhe bentiit of yhnt lvv would be tc ARTISTS AfTociated for Relief ef their Diftrefled their Widows and THE Artilts aredefired to take that their Exhibition for this prefent year will be at Vloreings Great in on Thurf day the 24th iuftaiit and all Artitts in and who intend to exhibit with this are to fend in their per on or before Saturday the igth that the Catalogue may be timely By Order of the on account of us through the wiloe Of this thr w lilri ifiap iWe ad is delervedly become a M from it nAcl tih of the ot our ordmary tood equal woi ly ta it is almoit e Dually ufeful to of as Its kind and and it is certaini agreeable juftly recommeiul it to the prince Clanceiloi ins tlie the nobleana the rich and planning experienced For the BENEFIT of ATtheTheatre Royal iomoirow the nth of will be revived the of KING King being his appearance in that charaaer HAVARD Packer Aitkin the being his sd appearuucs in that cliarafter King Lee Piince Mifs Rogers Branfby the Dauphin for the ad time j Cha Vernon Queen Btnnet Mifs Plym Lady Mrs Hopkins WiBh a FARCE and f There will be no admittance behind tlie fllf Io begin exactly at fix Vivant Rex Tickets and places to be had of at his at Newtons in Tavi ftockftreet at the Bedford coffeehoufe in RulTelftreet and of attlreftage The tne puor io exteniive nvj our in the Welt Indies d kite glsrious that 1 i the public bcf jrc have reasonably ex i peclil that uijfu at a moderate rate in our if Lliiructive of the i h our incxpreflible j ght fit 10 by griping prlvvs on that impor ii of now of inch confequtnce j iu 1 baneful abilities of iheie rs i have ben fo fuccefsfuily cxerttd iji j of in the rnidft of a iuper i abiuiJant pltnty of that valuable proumSiion of the i j and o exteilive thJ fraumis in ihat j intcrclting liranch of with all dn i rporauon of i iu iflce i ar then in the article this argument our c juclgment in furhcientjy D I N G T R A D E S M A N 2v A aSuoici O A Friend roLcuvs i MOW th author in It fubmiffion to luperior their pernicious artifices in hampering thru highly le giflaiive Without any probaii productive of fogreat a the pi ice ci at by the in terpoiition of thelb the is encreafed to 35 if thofe engroffing h r ficial branch of coinmi tural channel and by reien fugar tiade is enrirtly it would fits ntriniited tliatbrne L to be on n na our fo iut the fact that half a dozen fcrtlbiileri at every loading of raw liigars Jo foon as hey conit into our conceal them in and thus rob the people of commodity now fo juitly in general have lliaUe a into lhe trje ftate 7 and TENTH NIGHTs By To begin exactly at half an hour after of THE LIBRARY of JOHN of Sun ningHill lately deceafed j confifting of tke greateit number ef the belt and fcarceft ever fold in any one colleftion in this 1 trde at and ncin the beft accounts 1 have Ljkewiii many of the rareft and bdt I been sble to Pick UP t that there jre now Sparfifh ij in England eighteen thouiand hogflieads ol unre By SAMUEL hicd iugars on although islittle or none At his houfe in la the poitlflion of the importers or merchants and Catalogues to be had price at the piace of jj uotwiLlutuiding the fugar market is thus glutted j j at this lealbn of the year with that quan 1 is mv cid friend Luke 3 ij to ay a few words in Let it be that the mvluJcn in 1760 wn unaninujLiiy aniuoved by the of the who eiethe proper I have I in the plain nar rative which t have given thh that i had no motive btt that of tlie Company j that I iqcdcd all j and or pnvate from the perfon whom we The which jj he fays are in i dehrjniay For S A L ii by the At the Newyork in cetingVa on the iStli at t oclock 5 1 m are iold above thtir currerit Newbuilt fubltential brick containing pncts laft although there is no call that two a large lour bed ji cuinmercial ariicie from and our demand at A1 i of the tine nfanud refidue of laft at five M I in general are fold 25 per above thtir current three garrets wth a large home is rather This iurprizing reiidue of r i i p r n fiiufried in elegant with fretwork marble chimney and other wile en with fine now lett to a tenant at will firft at fury guineas per annum is held by of which 97 years were unexpirecl at Chriftmas fubjecl to a groundrent of per fituate in MaryleBone near the To be viewed to the time of by applying to near the Cranbourn near Liecelternelds or ofCharles the Surry fide of Weitminfterbridge who has fevtral new built houies to fell by private laft years crop ftill on hand in this is an incontestable proof that our WeltIndian Settlements pioduce more than iufikient for consump and this unufui iiie in the price of this in eftimable boon of eternal is an irrtfra oable evidence of the influence of foreftallers in that 11 important branch of Is it not then fu1 j time for our legifkicors tu proteit us by their high j authority from the further deyaitations of thole enj tors of May j 5 j groffing enewiitb of iu a matter of general jj orders of the 8t concern Public utility certainly calls for aji they fliouid ienr be arid ier thj world ta wiietiicr they containany contrauiccioa or what L e The trade in and 1 never objected provided Suitable chsies wtre aid to the as to pui us upon a footing with liii his own I that the demands rhe Council on this head were the occasion of the war wiili Ccfiim and it will be found that I dif in the molt pcfltive fioni this claim of the Council upon all They never would recede from it but in the made foon j after with Meer they infilled that this trade j mould be excelling a duty of two and a half j per upon fad from which alfo I diffented in the ftronpilt After this article had been agreed to by Meer jaf lie found the inconvenienciss and cited that feme limitations mould be fet to gladly agreeing that the trade in fait fhouhl he car j ricd onwith the duty cf two aiu a per as the Council on the other fide to a threat many reltrictions lor the beneiit of the Nabobs go But the execution of thoSe was put by an order from tiie Court ct Direc which Superseded tkeir former Ot COAL at Mr in Great Mays Mar has finuhed a new invented in with tcur F The firft teacheth the boiddt note of tonetharp I but pubttc will receive no advantage eft is great i F the fourth exceeds the fweeteft mulical Any Lady or who has learned either upon the harpfichord or may play upon this in ftrunient with The greateft musicians have approved of this Ladies and gentleman may fee it as directed or by fending their or ders to be waited A Sale of Silks continues at tlie op poSite Cheapfide confdting of a large and elegant aflbrtment of damafks and lattins flowerd and plain black ilks of all kinds and plain lustrings iikcwile great variety of new Iilks tor the prelent Ryder returns his molt grateful ac knowledgments to his friends and tor their pait and hopes for a continuance of the lame and allures that many of the articles will be Sold at the prices appraiSeci which is not leis than from 10 to 20 per under the original U S T to be fold by at the New Italian in Co Afrelh parcel of aud cedrat trees aud pome granates tuberofe roots and d hyacinths from moft and iji a gre it vaiisty of blown aud ready tj blow Jefumin and Gazzia plants j green and prtlerved ditto prunellas Genoa fweet veririceiii and new truffles and new French and Roman capers j of three forts a clniCe af very fae feu her and ilk j artificial flowers from Italy j ioit e j and and Several other lorcign go wholesale and Fioreuce and Syracufa Luce and Parmeliii reoruary that d their own particular dreetciv for Speedy application o proper in order to J the regulation of ad theie matters the of put a Stop to the pregixls of fo threatening a conta i Lord which cannot with too eaily a Scrafcon will be fo 1 here i in wheij it nucii care I to irrke ar if the evils arifmg from the uce ns eaiy as n ilibie to the and how piaCtices monopolizers are not in the j a Share of the amount belonged to to fome Salutary law being jj demanded by Secret i preventive 61 die ruinous or 1 would declare as much of the thefe plunderer of the the planter wii toil M Secret or it is a xsi 1 nevr ief Into nnd a j v e the poflible appearance of fine i public lhe proceedings of the Of thefugarcane this year in tiie Welt Indies jl tution for the fuftained i J pubttc will recei fichord the fecond exailry the harp the j bieffing of i third the niceft harmonious itrains of the lute and j malpra6lices ofjobbwig oe ieen in vain for the prosperity h5s i vain wilt agreeable aid his enf j tn expected in a few t but sf ts of hritres mere ives 3 andin vain will the Sailor fpread his canU nmniter of Nund wi ear vas for our Theie avaritious engrciiing tftcugh he i no friend of that I re will prey alike on the pubi tided very large about lie and the fnilor oppjefs all concerned in the the od man Oiirred me two or crrce before and impole deipoiical laws on tae if Bengal and lure in England 1 cn prodncs thetl monopolizing harpies are fufierecl to go 3n of a ro th witlirut Some reitiaint from the Same the will en ct palaces for their fafidiies olit of 1 HE NR Y iN S1TTAR the diltres of the and acquire tRates from the pockets of the ri hey j feed us at thdr and at their p the juice of the and deny it A and as they They will become the Scdei distributers of this excellent gift of j the comforts the beiiv 1L1 W41o en a 1 occasions an ufeful ingredient both in food and Can the belt fiiends of the ministry that no min ftry not regardlels of the good of their would allow 1 a calamity to paSs j j ian our friend If our preient minilters as I hope nht he CCnt tiiey humanity in their hearts iuracient to en L O N D there was a levee at cond horh drelled in goid icictd ing in HydePai The Prince a e wears a cockade in his mc appointed tap1 ral of the tlie Artillery Company belonging to the city of t or a ffiscr from dated iou I tivu riend be concerned attheiiiu W ttai gasc iheni to deplore fo general a they have j hi here an opportunity offered them of hewing to the was in on Friday of his having boiuis tent him rromoneor vourpub AnJ deii s ovvn inl In tbe affairj broke into his deitroyed great part cf his utmolt relief in i be time uf beribers to t On he EM ARKS on L It touches both rich and TTER to the with tiie BISHOPS but is felt only by the poor and the people o amidjj bourhood as witii whom threepence or four pence as daiigeroui as thole of and the SBCUD EFIST Coa between his Lordship and the Doctor i Ut cKiiium re fie lite t la j j Printed fji Davis and bock ci vrr ijaiiift Goysi 1 his day is j In Two price in or HISTORV of Sir GEORGE Irt F 0 R h O O K Priiitsa for tke in the makes a great difference at tlie end of the year So gioat a difference in the expence of housekeeping might prevent Some and I cede will not the minitlry oblige the j j 11 by a proper law for tlie patriot pofe of reprefling the malpracfices of ij and in the Sugar trade n proper regulation in this interesting jj aliair would certainly encreafe the revenue the a pound of fugar comes to the middling tbe more he will certainly hi and the more that tbe the ear in his fa Private letters from Leghorn that a Conlcan had been vihich occaiioned much ttie write from th it it uad been reovrd to eiii a large embarkation of troip tiie cf General th ions and ftrog hold the island of The Indian John is Safe The irom is put into with the i anctiors arid had ikvvi He with the i os wich polices from for Antr is cf rdl her   

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