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   Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 15, 1766, London, Middlesex                                The Gazetteer and New baity APRIL From the AND N W D A Y AD V E R T I S B R JBtfltJ to the VOTUt Iff channels ibreugb which it bat lately been mi means of detecting fo many tmdtf ap prehending fo many that it may bt proper to give THIS PUBLIC tin all infer mat ions aft bis to B o vv toill be conftantiy inferred in THIS PAPER andtj iucH INFORMATIONS are properly ulmndzd to by STABLE BUYERS OF SECONBHAND c LOATH jew robberies will ej cap i deiefiioit tfptcixlly if ALL PERSONS make life of the lame paper to advertiie their iufles pj WARNINGS GOLB SMITHS ewry loft er in tlie or toy ait fur immediate dtffalch tff alljilver mithit by the printer of this AT T H lNGs THEATRE in the THIS the i5th of willlK performed a favourite Serious called D E M O F O 9 N T The Mufic compofed by Senior With Pit and Wes to be put nnd no fons to be admitted without which will delivered This Day at the fai at half inea each Gallery five By fheir M A J E S TIE S No perfon wharfoever to be admitted behind the nor into the The gallery pit and will be opened at To begin half an hour after fix s V ivant Rex The TWELFTH Positively the Lail Eveningbut GEORGE STEVENS vyiii de liver His NEW with Ihe as THIS The doors 10 be opened at iix to begin exactly at ievon Boxes Pit Gallery zs N On account of engagements the Lecture can only bs d in this This Evening and Saturday nex By of the Kight Honourable and Governors and Governefles of the General Lyingin THIS the 15th will be ASubfcriotion at the New Auction Room in To bpm at leven CQRNELYS begs leave to acquaint THE NOBILITY and Sirbicribersto the Society in that the Ninth meeting will be on Thurfday the lyth in and the rooms lighted up precifely at eight colour of the ticket is and printed in front Ninth Several ungenteel attempts having been made to gain admittance without and fometimes with which has afterwards been boafted of to Cornelyss prejudice and a many ladies aadgendemen orforgtt or bring the wrong and nevertheless ap and to be thereby fub jectmg Cornelys to the painful alternative of either breaking through the ruies of the or of giving umbrage by a rerufal flie thinks it ne to give this that addi tional perfons are and the utnvift vigi lance will be to prevent all future pombility of fuceeeding in the firft cafe 5 and flie begs to repre in refpect to the other cliftgreable oc the ladies who hold books Jiave NOW given orders to and infift upon her compliance there anno pretence any fub fcriber or not mail be admitted WITHOUT a or with one for Atfv OTHER A coach having been overturned the laft concert night at the owing to the tujiinacy of the in injifling upon coming the wrong the Nobility and Gentry are nioft ear neitly folicited to be peremptory in their commands to be and taken up with the horfes heads i towards Greekftreet j by which all danger to thein and injury to their cattle and will be wholly For the SMITHS FAMILY MEDICINE from four to ten guineas deligned for the ole of thefe who are difpofed to do good to their poor neighbours but ighly neceilary for all Fami lies who live at a diitaiie from an able in cafe of fudden iHuefs at In thefe chelts are ail the medicines mentioned in the Kamily Phj the fifth edition of which is this day with fome very ufeful obfervaiions upon One of thefe books given with each chelt cf con taining plain and full directions for adminiftering and property nurfing the uck alfb cabinets for the fame of the defign ar given at Smiths chymical in Newgatt near where only thole elicits are iu b For the letter fignxi L O T H A RI O hfl To be Ladies are ear to come without s to bt hud at Jsmessftreet she Pallmall or at the Ge i Oxford t is that fuch tickets as t made uie may bereturned to the Smyrna coffeehoufe which will prevent and lories of as well before as after the 4lt Lady or who purchafe a dozen and pay fix guineas Jor the hall have a power of recommending three inpatients and three during the epfuing year And tis earneftly that the money may be paid at one or other of the above places before the as none can be received at the door and as it will fave the Governors infinite and alfo fave this poor charity many uncer tainties and in collecting ths money after the entertainment is brdifpofed by private contract all wge I ther an entire ard elegant collection of Fruits an3 old which has been above30 years in out ot the molt ie iebraS colkiiions in and Enelund It is valued at fome which is mentioned here paly w prevent any unneceflary ap plication from fuch as may not chnfe to part with ib much at Any noblemen or de firous of further may pleafe to fend their directed to at the Temple Ex change in and they be waited en by the proprietor as forn as after receiving the PENKNIVES of a new made of caft are fold by the SjJvigny ra Bwrmakrr to his Majsfty in The fa Veurable reception thefe penknives have has induced unbe pavfons to diTperfc imitations of t M i IJPC ixrhirli arge Of not PAUL and DOWN highly fen ibis of the reuetaed favours they receive from their frLds and thodof acknowledging their form the ladies general that they from the Queens Head iu to a Bedfbrdftreet anl and Star over in an entire procured in iuch a only to deferve the but likewiie all others wiu ur with their I huic which were calculated for the winter will be fold on exceeding low THE great difference in the charge of moft tay to that I offer to the caufes fome to conclude fomething muft be I that rhefe yisfter are obliged to cake their materials en to give the and fre quently meet with great I deal for rendy money which enables me to buy at a much lower would thofe gentlemen that to preferve my public is the only de pendance I have to maintain my by which reliaicj may be made on my And fur that being fenfible on account of my low charge my materials and workmanmip are more critically examined I make it my fixed rule to flick to my and not to defraud my whole commands I might for the A frock middle half fuj filk breeches four thread worfted It would be needles treating OH particulars as I have eftimates of goo garments equally Letters anfwered by near the Black in firft floor to the the firft of April there appeared in your neutral paper an addrefs under the name of to be hoped fviui another may uot find until that days an This writer by the fcope of his be the fuawn of the almoit defunct advo cate of a depar eii adminiftration ofunlamented me and a legate of his aiias has advanced fictions for and poured out fuch a torrent of flander on the the planters and growers of orchards of ail with more than the lare orator Henleys and without invoking the fpirit of as rendershim and gives me a licence to tell him inentiris impu Permit to go on and difleft this He fets out with bis wife that a fruit tree when needs if Then he aiTrts that one man can look after a very large orch rd thetifrj in growth while the cvjner and tliey bloom while his in the I fufpsJt Janus o futting nway too much time with the widow lofiejjes at the towns of Sandfwiib and But to the fub A from being firft to its fina requires conftant care and variety of cultiva Many hands are in this to train up and maintain a large orchard in proper or For oncu or y I agree with him the trees certainly grow andbioffom while the owner is guilty cf fleeping afrey his and tliei reaxing his cares by fotting avay his time at a Janus was fcarce aware of the extent of his fhrewd remark ha appears to dilregard caution as well as The Cyder Farmer deals with the to ue h s ovn and there as a and by way of acknowledgment he fpends a focial In Januss oppro jl fnle the the wine nay all I y their time at taverns the gen eier and ileep while the flowers and nes and the fliips aro failing the richeft j i he goes on very coniiitently with himfelf to adj if that the fruit muft be but j ij few liand are employed compared with the thou ii frinris of labourer in the The prices of H fl v r and fhould admonifli us to diicourage converting cornfieltis lawns into may poflibly gain a provided the prdent niiiiiilry want an advocate for he ithe heft or applaufe I ever Imt ille fpiuxxn The ivrefcfi draA uff tbt chalice to the iiery to part him with iisme I uifii him a bund dozing and meiry fotting with his two widLv If Janus have the compunction J wilh let him devourly rad excellent poem on phiioptochos Philaethes Mourn Ai Oid Sohiiei No Friend to A Friisd to vhs Anoiher Juvenis O M E G A is cvm to le tnferlcd to robbing our homemarkets of To the P R I N T E I Read feveral Queries in your paper oi relative to an Act of Parliament faid to be now in agitati whereby a power is to be riien to tices of the Peace to refute wine licences to retuilast in fuch manner as is now allowed withreibeit to beer The 3d Query Jufticcs to have more power in this than tUe Coin miffioners who have the execution of thefitutes now in force for graining lice whether the latter have whenever applied to bv any of j the upon good refufed grant ing wine licences to perfons keeping dil orderly houfes And u they what can rnr do more Whetheriiey have itopptd fuch licences when ever applied to in fuch is more than I can anfwer with prcciilon though I may in a Lite in ftance which I happened to be thoroughly inforracd Two Magi fixates within a certain diHrict applied totheComnuiTisiiejaofilie licence granted to a man who kept a notorious iicufe in that which they did accordinl and this perfon foon quitted that and to live in the where lie opened a u and obtained a licence ha becoming obnoxious on account c his j he was obliged to iliiit his and turned to i a not he From fuch what ftranger vrould lie took a houie mfu1 to that when an orchard is ji once the thenceforth curfed with ij the labourers interdiSed their former them under the titie which beine an on the as well a injury to thl readers it neeeflary for the invents to that fold only at hw and by on Savienys razor prepared fcy and razors raanufaaured from Iteel meliorated by fuhon are exchanged if not approved are fold at his ihop where thofe who favour him with their commands in the grinding may defend oil their beingexecuted with thegreateft Neatlv printed in four volumes illuftrated with the Paternal Coat of elfgantly en PEERAGE of Containing a I genealogical hiitory of all the Peers ot that kmedom now their direQ and ccllateral remarkable actions and ments places ot burial and monumental with many other curious and valuable parti cSTrs Relative to the Collected from the public authentic manufcripts approved Tories and perfoaal By Printed day tveie Juft imported by PAUL facrng Ssuthamptonitreet in the MEMOIRES de Madame la Marquifc de Pom Ou Ton decouvre les Motifs de Guerres des de les les Negociations dans les difterentes Cours de les Menses les Intrigues les des celui des Miniftres la Caufe de leui Elevation le de leur Dilgrace ijeralemenv tout ce qui seft paiVe pendant les viagt dernieres Annees du Regne de Louis Ecritespar elle A tranflation of this book is in the and will fpeedily be Correftv printed on a good paper and twelve duod roya Efq of for Millar in the Where t edition of HIS printed in four volumes Price hand This day is The Sixth and Seventh Volumes of THE HISTORY of the which cora pleat that from the Foundation of the See of to the prefent By ARCHIBALD Efqj To be had at at the in Fleet at in Ludgateftreet at at the in Pateriioiter Row at the corner of the Old Jewry and at the authors facing New Bondftreet where complete fetts may be A R R C H I T E C T U Ibis day is price Printed OH afuperfine imperial paper THE Eighth Number of an additional Volume to VITRUVIUS ortheBiuTiSH ARCHITECT confifting of fec of the moft remarkable cuiiices of the no and pablic By WOOLFE and Architects and Snbfcriptioiis taken in by in Northum berlandftreet in Carnabymaiket and eftgravrr in ge neral and in Caftle ranbouiu Thofe thai chufs their im prefiitns in Italian may have them at a and defigns in architecture j and furveying and meafuring by the ther never a ilreet where there harvrft let me prov this pofltion to be a alie Thefe Meeping the propagate as much in pro tion to their as any others in the vitlvmt exception and in all their works xert as much and as many What lie fays by way el as well as con is literally true of former they hlorv up ocks of the molt folid in the until ral cined for the fertilizing their arable carry the lime from ten to twenty miks distance by So far from labourers bdng har by orchard that it is the prac tifed husbandry to break up thsfe lands at proper to fow from wheat down to I lave feen beans in fome fix feet The modern than thirty years ac cording to admit of very near as mnch as a champaign The letter held by cottagers and are as much employed in raifaig garden when they are grazed by and then with fwine and which eat the refufe fower the former making little the latter none as ro that Now to encounter capital falfiry that orchards interdicl rhe employment of I long that on the ten acres of as fuch only efpecially in a bearing for time and occupies more labourers than twenty acres of arable Many muft work for three particularly the two October and November in gathering in the fruit for the After remains much to be done in racking and bringing the cyders to Take into the account the vaft cooperage engaged in this I am weary of following jMufs dhrty dance any Beiore I permit me to relieve myfelf with clearing the injured characters of gentlemen and farmers in the cyder comities from the reflec tions which Januis effrontry has thrown upon The gentlemen let me telj him and his atiticy firopbel crew are as hofpitable as any in tins They are generqus of their choice that exhiI lirating as Ccrnwall jultly calls it net j to be excelled even by the beft Rheniih ever 5m The farmers are hearty humane who cordially entertain a itranger with ba and I never knew or heard except in a time of fcarcity a travelling foldier or lailor denied a refreftiing draught of this excellent The vindication of the detection of falfe and a love for my native are united motives that excited me to purfue this Janus with an hsmeft As ts the fuperlfructure erected on his they fall into like ull buildings raifcd on rotten Let him write on juft with the fame rage cf defamatisn as he expofed in his evil work of the nVit of April lie tained a licence to i b i io that by af fixing ins name in and i of the houfe was bon relurttc to by lis ibr mer at jnoit unfeafonable j die diifurbarce of the all of excep unanimcuiiy to tlia Cominifiijners to Hop his for iblling i he had obtained no licence for or fjxrir ous whick was accrrdinpy rrrLinted by the although it cppofoil by who iniifted they had no right to irop rnr 1 or enter into an of the cha racters of any who would pay for the 1 mention as well in iulucs to he other Gentlemen who were of a diiferent as in if there be any doubt relative to tlie powers of Hopping licences ro of bad the fame may Lie fuiv is there can be no doubt of the proptisty of iucli a power being lodgsd in iome proper There is another grisvnnce relative to the retailing to it i3to the have that apply a proprv remedy tie power of rofudngwinc licences o tiie moil whether lodged in the of or in will not anlwer The fame Ivs licence lately by the a puent irHj of a method ofcvnding the by the afiiitaiiiJc of tree Vintners to whom he pretends to made over houfe arid and that he ails in the bufmefs only as his He nov the neighbours who applied to have hii licence and pats them at As to the bufmefs of his houfe in day there are who wiil enter it A ten oclock at Oia littit bis doors are ihut when none Bitted but thofe he cr his agents are thoroughly Tiure are feveral doors to we aad although profligates of both fexes have been leeii to Lhc mod unfealbnabls arid there is often grsnt noiie and butlls in the to and of the neigi yet no of ihe internal can be a by thofe who are avow tlitir niquity an by tii he hitherto the cower oi and is become fucli in ceedings this frorii experience on that it is dimcult to or IT er fo ful an ob muft be to a fjoer ntigiibc the properly of thoie w It lu be orderly perfons may the that be aid on tjie free V is to lend or iell bis And Gxotti i Q m liomLs and thrt f c e tiuugh tit to be by a proper reiti inv b fu kich And as it is ny buy ther iriedom in thar   

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