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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 11, 1766, London, Middlesex f r The Gazetteer and New Daify F R I D A A P R I L HAY M A R K E A T T H E THEATRE in the the nth of will be performed a new Serious called L E R E C I N E S The MufiC compofed by Bignior With iiew new and Pit and boxes to be put and no perfons to be admitted without which will be delivered Tomorrow at the faid at half a guinea each Gallery five xBy their MAJESTIES No pBrfon whatsoever 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 1 HA Y M A R E By PARTICULAR AT the Kings Theatre in the on Monday the of will be A N A S S E M B L Being the laft this Tickets will be delivered to fubfcribers on Satur day at the office of ihe faid Every ticket will admit either one gentle two Viyant Rex HAYMARKET ELEVENTH GEORGE ALEXANDER STEVENS will de liver His NEW with the AD as Tomorrovr The be opened at fix to begin exactly at ieven oclock Boxes Pit Gallery Acted but ONCE thefe NINE For the BENEFIT of AT the Theatre Royal in on the i4th of will be performed the Tragedy of C A T WALKER Clarke Smith 5 Gihfon Davis Dyer An derfon Gardner Mat tocks With a FARCE and Boxes Pit Firft Gallery Upper Gallery f No admittance behind the To begin exactly at fix Vivant Rex Tickets to be had of at in oppoiite York ftreet and of SarjanUt the where places may be For the BENEFIT of Mifs AT the Theatre on the 14th of will be prefented The B E G G A R1 s O P E Yates Branfby Filchr Parfons Mat Kear Burton Strange ABIbiGTON being ber firft appearance in that character Love Diana Bradfhaw Mifs WRIGHT being herfidt appearance in that To conclude with a Country In aft a Hornpipe by Mifs With a FARCE There will be no admittance behind the Tickets to be had of Mifs at Mr coaqh at the Golden Unicorn Longacr and of John at the ftagedoor be taken i i m Fair the B E N E F IT of B E N S L E it Tribe Theatre Royal jn on Wed the i6th will be prefented a called EN 1C E P R E S E R V Powell BENS LEY Branftya Packer Strange Keen 5 Ackman 5 which will be added a New never per called The HOBBY The principal characters by Matter Mjis aud Mifs There will be no admittance behind the Tickets and places to be had of at the corner of the Great Coventgarden and of at theitagedoe ARTISTS Aflbciated for Relief ef their DirherTed their Widows and f Artifts aredefired to take that their Exhibition for this prefent year be at jvfereings Great in on Thurf infant 5 and all ArUfts in and who intend to exhrfcit are defired to fend m their per formances onor before Saturday rhe i9th that the catalogue maybe timdy By Order ot the of a new made of caft are fold by the haven TSavigny ra to his The f vourable reception thefe penknives have met has induced iome perfons to difperfe imitations ef them under the title of which being an impofition on as well as injury to the readers it necefiary for the inventor to that they are fold only at his and by J on Savignys raaor prepared by and iteel meliorated by fufion are exchanged if not approved are fold at where thofe who favour mm with their commands in the grinding depend on with the greateft On tits t tvtll be j The Sixth ind Seventh VoJ dmes of HISTORY of the which I iteat thxt from the Foundation of the to the By ARCHIBALD Efq be bad at at the in Flcet ftreet in Ludgateftreet t at in Paternofter Row at tbe corner of the Old Jewryand at the in facing New tf where complete fetts way be This in price A EDITION of WEDDING A Written by author of the Review of Johnfons and feveral other ingenious Printed for in Pauls NEXT Sunday evening divine in the chapel of this will begin at half an aour after fuse M A R Y B i E U SUBSCRIPTION Tickets will be delivered till the latter end of this at one guinea and an lalf which will admit two perfons every even ng to the Mufical Entertainments duringthe To be had at Bremners mufic oppofite in the Strand of hatter and in Coventgarden and of at his houfe in R AT WHEREAS a receipt from for defaoy ing thofe appeared about two or three years paftj either in a Magazine or one sf the Daily Papers Whoever will take the trouble to extract the and leave it for at the r of Martins Martinsle fliall receive five FRENCH and Geography being univerially al lowed two of the moft ufeful branches of edu cation in either a of long experience in teaching and employed in the genteeleft fa having fome vacant would willingly ittend a few more A directed for left at the bar of Somerfet coffeehoufe in the will meet with due A rei fonable gratuity will be given to any who can procure a reputable ladies fchool or the go vernefs of any wanting a mafter for teaching either of the above may meet whqfe ability and character will bear the ay directing as i be at Scarborough in and entered on at or about Midfvtramer a anil convenient known by the name of lituated near the with a fine extenfiveprolpeitboth as to country and now in the pofleffion of Ceckerill con taining five rooms on the firil two ef which are one meafuring in length 23 feet by 19 two feven torn ana a good a length and the fame as the four vaulted cellars a containing 100 water a garden behind the and another adjoining to well planted with wall fruit a field oppofite the of an acre and a half of well wa with and other conve Whoever chufes to treat about the fame by applying to in York in New Malton at Beverley in Yorkfhire er Chriftopher Harri attorney at law in be further ac The ELEVENTH NIGHTs By To begin exactly at half an hour after of THE LIBRARY of Efq of Sun ningHill lately deceafed confuting of the greateft number of the belt and fcarceft Italian books that were ever fold in any one collection in this Likewife many of the rarell and beft Spaniih By SAMUEL B A KB At liis houfe in Caalogues to be had price at the place of lale A Tofnorroij iuitl be REMARKS on LETTER to the BISHOP of GLOUCESTER with the BISHOPS ji and the SECOND RESPONDENCE between his Lordlhip and the Doftor Ut omnium rerum Printed for Davis over againft This day is pticd In one NE VV MiiTITJD ofeafiiy Italia to the inftrudifiis of ignor Veaeroni with a French and enlarged with many rules necrrl ry ro be and corrected according to the modem 01 thography Dedicated to the Right JOHN of jre Univcriiv of By DAVID Mafter of and Chaldse language and bv permiilion of the Vice teaches them the UnmHity or Prin ed tur the author and Ibid by Pau in the Strand yard by and in and in intemperantia la and book Ibis day Price fewed bound z A DISQUISITION on MEDICINES that DISSOLVE the S TONE in which CHITTECKS SECRET is confidered and Nullius Jurare in verba By ALEXANDER Printed tor oppofite in the Strand This day is In Two price in or THE HISTORY of Sir GEORGE In FOUR Printed for in the This day is Part and which complete the FIRST VOLUME of THE PHILOSOPHICAL COMMERCE of A R T S Defigned as an attempt to improve and and ro promote that kind of knowledge on which they Printed for the Author and iold by in Cornhill j where the fubfcribers may receive their i Oil lutjdajmxt ivill be price fewed A LETTER from to Jean Jaque Ihe original French is now firft publiflied from Hie authors with an Englifli tranf Panted for at the Feathers in Pater U To the THIS is to acquaint that JOHN ALOSIJUS from Cob is returned to his former lodgings at in Great where he pro pofes to fell the fallowing thegrowth of the yean J growth of the year 173 8 the growth of the year 1753 Or Very beft red Rhenifh growing J nearRedeflieim Very beft Mofelle J Any perfon who chufes tohave a or fmaller may be fupplied with the fame and from to with the faid Eltzs by applying to Thomas as He doubts not but fuoh as pleafe to favour him with their will do him that juftice to that thofe wines far excel in flavour and any thing of the kind as yet offered for Eltz has alfo a quantity of the beft Seltzer which he has taken the utmoft care in having the beftftone bottles corked with velvet and double bound and by which care thofe waters will be preferved for feveral years which he pro pofes felling by the or lelTer He has alfo a fmall quantity of the beft Rhemih being diftilled from Rhenifli and efteemed the beft and melt wholefome liquor for the ftomach f any foreign Tkls day is price bound Neatly printed in one large volume in and ilhiltrated with THE YOUiNG LADIES INSTRUCTION to NATURAL HISTORY containing an ac count of the light and of the terraqueous glebe of tta origin of fprings and earthquakes and volcanos mines i and minerals of As ar introduction to the know ledge of the explaining the nitiide and of the planets and with fome account of the fixed ftars from the writingsof the moft eminent have treated on thofe The whole laid down in a plain and concife in order to ftudy of Natural Hirtory eafy and fami liar to the By the editor of the youns Ladys Printed for in Paternofterrow and oppofite near Ludgate THIS is price he tfcond of THE LIKE and OPINIONS of TRISTRAM irintcdfor Charingcrofs I and Richardion and at the Ruyal The beg leave to iraforni the that though this volume was not wrote by the author of the former work published under this yet they upon a candid it will be found not unworthy of their C T E T U R Printed on iu j THE Eighth NuniScr of an additional to VITRUVIUS or the ARCHITECT conuiting o of tiie raoit remarkable edihces of tie j and public by Arch r ft els nd Subfcriptions taken inbv in Kortnurn berlsndftreet a Carnabymaikjt and ewgi avvr in ge neral and in Lairle ran bourn Thofe chufe their preflions in Italian uave tbem at a j in arciiitefture This Day is CATALOGUE of Curious and Valuable j in feveral Languages and the greateit part of them imported from abroad Containing a large collection of capital books of Greek and Roman and a large afibrtment of the A great number of the books are magnificently bound in by the belt binders in London and Tobe fold for ready money the price printed in the catalogue By W I L S 0 oppofite York inthe Catalogues tp be had at Pallmall and HirtgeftonSj Templebar 5 Richardfon and under the Royal at the place of fale Fletcher and at Oxford j ajid at It is day is pub lifted Neatly printed in four volumes ilu lira ted with the Paternal Coat of elegantly en THE PEERAGE of Containing a genealogical hiftory of all the Peers of that jj kingdom now exilling their direct and collatej al remarkable actions and employj places of burial and monumental infcnpj with many other curious and valuable parti culars relative to the Collected from the pxiblic authentic hii and perfonal By Printed for in j and furveying and meafuring buiidings by the au N E W MUSI jvflpubhjnid THE with all ot th New Pantoniime Entertainment of or Hailequin at as performed at Royal in Drurylane alfo the Recitatives and Scyigs iii Score in the above Pantomime Likjwue the Tunes and for two with a thorough Bals for the Printed for Richard at his mufic op pofite Great Whe maybe had the above Tunes poled tor the German ditko for the make the above Overture in parts ufefulfora imal the wind inltrumeat parts are printed in the rirft and fecond Violin fo that they may be played with two Violins and a or two Tenors and a The whole compoied by JOHN This day if In one volume price JOANNIS Harduini jefuita ad Cencuram Scrip torum veterum juxta Londini Sumptibus Pavtli Where may jufi Coinparaifon de 1Impot de avec celui Hiftoire d Angleterre par 6 This on account of has at Traite des Delirs des Hiftoire des Calligenes ou de z LArt de Sentir de J tiger en Maitere tie Lecoie du Jardin a Le Cuifmier Les Etrennes de b Le Guide des Jeunes This day were Correctly printed on a good paper and In twelve large volumes price Adorned with a HEAD of the defigned by THE WORKS of HENRY Efq With an ESSAY on the LIFE aad GENIUS of the By ARTHUR Efq of Printed for Millar Ju the Where may be An elegant edition of H I S printed on a royal in Price hand fomely bound Five Juft price A DEFENCE of FREE aspractifed in all the Regular both foreign and do under the constitution of the Englifti Grand containing fome which every Regular as are newly admitted ought to be acquainted To which is a Collection 0f Mafons as fung with applaufc at the laft Grand rtolt of them and ap proved of even by the Monthly Sold by Graysi near the corner of Grey tje rted by facing in the OIRES de Madame laMarquife de Pom Ou Ton decoavjs les Kfqtifs de Generaux celui det la Caufe de leur Elevation le de leur Difecace j ge neralemeni tout ce qui seft pafle pendant vmgt derrneies Annees du Regne de Louis a Ecrites par elle A traiiflation of this book is in the and will fpeedily be This day is ROYAL on the following Morning Origin of our loll of my territories of the mruiner inha Morning On Morning On Morning On polices on htera ture conduclin fmalier matters of life as to crefs as to Morning politic of the Mate on felf prefervation and aggrandizement 5 on al liances on infpiring reflect and Translated from the E N C Sold bythe bookfellers in the Strand at VEHIIAS o A PR received any abatement in the and cuftomary proporti The Origi I N T E fliewu in my former that together with its improved and wealthy which had neither defiretl nor their ry proportion landtax during the fove reignty of the favourite republican fyftem were ne verthelels favoured in the firft aflefiments after the revolution of which there were no lefs than five during the firft three years of King William j let us next examine what grounds they had for complaint Alas in the 4th year of King Wil juftice once morerefumedits place for in the in the pound tax for that London ww again raifedto its amient proportioned to re for of the by the landtax that and paid which is not quite iiilisad of not quits a fe as in ancient Yet this piece efjwflSce is boafted of as meritorious and ftis fmaU excefs above the woneed is lamented as a If this ftandard was equitabfc in ancient it was or is not never fhewn it muil be equitable now for if it be that the Siftant counties have improved Jn value of late it muft alfo be faid that London and Mid dlefex have done the fame and have improved much more in proportion than any other part of both in number of and value of rents 5 more efpecially at this prefect in which not only the but alfo who formerly faw London but once in their come now tolTpend both their winters and their money in this even from the remotcft Scot land as well as The counties too adjacent to the better fale of their and increafe of their without had their hare of benefit from the increafe of the capital j if not in as great proportion as the capital yet at in as great PS the dilcant who are thus bereaved af own Nothing then could in reality be more than that the ancient proportions have been and be hereafter retained for uiofe who get moft mould certainlypay in proportion to their actual wealth or Laining the country gentlemen mmfiiel j blind to their interest to join with j ers in complaining ef fuch a well proportioned of which the diilant
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