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   Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 19, 1766, London, Middlesex                                teer A P R I L From the THE extenfive Salt of T H E G A z E T T E F R AND MEw ADVERTISER joined to the variety vf channels through winch it faffes has lately been the means of detecting fo many and of ap prehending Co many ihnt it may bt froptr to give THIS PUBLIC That r the alllnfbrmattMs of this to B 0 w s T R EE itiill be conitantiy interted in THIS PAPER SUCH INFORMATIONS are properly extended to by EUVERS OF SECONDHAND few robberies ivLI ffccpe detection efpctially if make ufe ot the paper to adverdfe their bffes Tue WARNINGS from thing or in the or toy for immediate difpatcb to tdlfilver by tkeprinier of this Al A T A THE INGs THEATRE in the THIS performed a be no us Oi S O F O The Munc compofe of will called N I S B by Siamor Pit and boxes to be put and no perfon s to be admitted without which will be delivered This Day at the faid at half a guinea each Gailerv nve By their M A j E S T I E S No perfon whatfoevcr to be admitted behind the nor into the For the BENEFTT of AT the Theatre Royal in Drury on theaift of will be prefented a called The The principal characters by Mifs Mils and With a flf By particular Thro the Wood and Shrill by There will be no admittance behind the auJ places to be had of at a next the Strand and of at the FINCHS GROTT O near are and will be opened for the Summer for the en tertainment of Ladies and as foon as the weather will with the addition of a large new built for the better accommodation of fuch company as the open gardens may not be fo I agreeable where the mufic will be on fuch occa Subfcription for the whole will be delivered till the nth day of which will admit two perfons any atone guinea Tickets to be had at the bar of the faid and at at the in Pauls A Heady laid woman of a good properly is wanted at the laid The pitand be opened at To begin at half an hour after fix Sioncra Spaencii is to fmg in the above Mentioned This H A Y M A R KJET THE A T R The T H I R T E N T H NIG H PofiMvely the Lalt GEORGE ALEXANDER STEVENS will de liver His NEW with he AU THIS The doors to be opened at fix to begin exactly at fevcii Boxes Pit Gallery On account of ibrne prior the Lecture can only be repeated in this 1 his To lit treehoUers of the Minty of THE feat ef a Member to reprefent the county of Salop in parliament being now vacant by the death of Richard Efq your late worthy and being encouraged by many of my friends to offer rnyfelt a candidate to fucceed I take the moil early opportunity of intreat ing the favour of your appearance on my behalf at the General which will be held to take the fenfe of the ou this oc E Proprietors of the Queenshcad and Jl in Chandois Covent dirtily oppofite the bee to inform the and public in that they have juft bought in a very curious and complete ai fortment of fummer which for elegance and cheapnefs were never yet excelled in Acted this For the B E N E F i T fcf and Mifs T the Theatre Royal ia on Monday j the 5th of The SECOND PART of KING HENRY the King Powell Prince of Holland Prince Lee Plym Matter BurUn Archbiihcp of Havard Chief Brunlby Burton Juilice Yates Juilice Rooker Packer Ancient King Mifs ROGERS BradQiaw Doll Tear tereft could be but at a iow ebb s evry ragementtT promote agriculture fo every wellwiiner to his con of that importance as to merit even this farther improvement and or foon dwindle to its primitive itate iivm thrur tive thus univ rnl tance A few individuals rf n will be enriched by but the uto fink into irretrievable ruin for what usan w the yoke of svl rique a if F when a more fertile cotmtrv being her firfl appearance in JJ that character 5 Sir John Dreffed in the habits of the With a and Kew Entertainments of f No admittance behind the Tickets for Evans to be had at the Jamess and Bedford carreehoufes and of in Little Coventoarden and for Mili at in Bedfordcourt and for of at the where places be Ibis day is price HE C U R A I A P G 2 By L L O Y I liave not drank of Patience To lay each feeling of my foul afleep I boalt nor iron nor heart of Is ray and warm my blood to feel If infnks they touch me as a I mult hake them from me as I can And whereer a crying wrong I thy a King had done thou art lie For this th advenfrous mufe An anxious pleader gainft the Airates Printed lor the and ibid by Richardfon flieds her n likewife great variety or black j ami under the Royal and that willbe warranted in the jj tvhere may bs the Powers of the by crape The above goods will abfolutely be foldiOn fuch conditions as cannot fail of giving fatisfaction to Wholefale dealers and country flop keepers will find it well worth their while to Old filks very confiderably under prime VjjpiiOMAS from at the Coventry begs leave to inform his friends and the that he has opened his fhop at the in near Chamlois with a complete aiToitment of mercqry in the newell fuitable to the feafon confuting of variety of all forts of the moil fafliionable fancied and plain half Norwich Thofe who are pleafed to favour him with their may be aliured of having them executed in the moil fatis factory Qn Monday next will be ready for a large and elegant aiforment of rich IM DC to me i filk coniftl of and ena and ftiould I j j melled and plain ua youi ducapes and conferred Your and faithful humble April BRIDGEMAN TO be dilpoled by private contrail ail toge ther an entire and elegant collection of Prints and Tis an old which has been above 30 years in out of the mpft ce lebated collections in and It is valued at iome which is mentioned here only to prevent any unnecefiary ap plicati n from fuch as may not chufe to part with fo much at Any noblemen or de frous of further may pleafe to fend their directed to at the Temple Ex change in f and they fliall be waked on by the proprietor as foon as after receiving the Tbis day is THOMAS PAYNES CATALOGUE for the Year 1766 Containing Twenty Thoufand Volumes of good in ali languages and facul and in fine Catalogues to be had price at Brother Cornhill Childs coffee Pauls church yard Fleet ftreet withoutFern piebar Charmgcrofs Rid ley Jamess itreet Robfon and New Bondltreet of thebookfellei s at Oxford and Cambridge j and at the place of in next theMeufe Martins where the fall value is given tor any or parcel of Neatly printed in One Volume price in with the Head of engraved by THE LIFE of M E C M N A With and Geographical Printed for A the Ibis day are The Sixth and Seventh Volumes of THE HISTORY of the which corn pleat that from the Foundation of the See of to the prefent By ARCHIBALD Efq To be had at at the in Fieet itreet at in Ludgatitreet at at the in Pateivnoiter Row at the corner of the Old Jevvry and at the authors in facing New Bondllreet where complete fetts may be In four volumes price A New Edition the Third of BURNEfs HiaFGRY of his OWN Jj From the Restoration of King the figngd ind A whofe lavs of and political a famewith thofe of Great are our own What I be j j Peafanf or an that will remain in this i dom a few years when liis i upon him everv vearin fpitt of uis 1 his his whs a temptation lies before him None furc fuch fuch That the premium morv v n ij sur corn a laudable and patriotic n time it no rntiona i s are notthe be ft laws and nor meafures prcllituted Did cur vde prrge j the lead think that their fcns ihould fo far degenerate 11 as tp pervert fa a cheme to the erv ba et j jmrpofes To flarve their and uiilrefs their I country No Had they indeed potiefTea the wifclcm of the which is fo vifible in the actions of racelefs they never would laid itone whereon is built the ruin of the kingdom j Exportation at that period was was I ceflary but in this our it is iris de Daily experience teftifies the iruhnchcly truth for can it be b tity of our c J merely for the corn home r Obferve in thi fin jiheir gr trie Horn patriot Minifters alone our Poor hope any alleviation of the artsof eyprt the miferies they sow or evince the abfolcte the prevention of thofe which they j Andean you tamely Submit to are dill threatened with for no j and practiied only by Good can follow rapid I at BearKey t a large q nan fqu ntiv and the irricc VM raiied at not a and no meruures fpun your are expected from unilable Being tho roughly convinced of the neceflity as well for the relloring of national the newmodelling the fyftem of minif I was naturally led into thofe reflections which appeared ia my lalt and will be occafionally touched upon in the progrcL ct our ture Monopolizing of late has been the fubjec of much difquilition arid euen its defenders begin now to think the evils which they once conikkrcd to be only in or t bell the timid j of weak or thfe reiUcfs of party pre are no logger remote or but real and aggregated formidable in and ruinous in their Tinie imieedis the belt friend of arid focner or if j will not be wrought up by tiiey niolt ot 1 courfe to the conviction of is an irrefdlible nothing but foliy hazards the of it when therelore wedif ty of this deteitable very pent ey he lal as bit of angds to what thoy niniilenai vve read with how much they WTO even at an example fo thixiw oil ail infernal a our crcr it matters net where i like men we fell a P a t o f a e i n t er p r e cation on m v authors of our mufortunes j lor vvV ever to the principles of a ree cooiitu tion vvno have a right cj v AND CHARTER ENTITLES TO if the iaterefl of the farmer tiie induilrious mechanic if the real object e r Alphas lie and 1 will never diffent on thai head for I am contending for their Vfare know regard the evidences of we ought to fnuut for j how much the profperity oF this de the obuinacy of our pends on their jcipt labours and fuccefs and Every increafmgitep of monopoly and foreftailing l meafure that tends to prejudice ihail dvvay s be i has always been deemed by good aud wife men to be difcountenanced by Jiiy weak For whicli 1 pernicious to the and an abfolute invafion of i reafon it I am the more zealous to obtain that J i i i their freedom as frequently too have they pointed j out the danger ot that tlvey might be the eafier cruihed in their bi embargo on corn wlucli is fb indiipenhbiv at in the xeign af Quean Together i prelled in their motives but their obfervations with the Authors and fome explanatory j treated with and their philanthropy with I by the his Iste one of the Judges of his Majeitys Court of Common The whole DE BOOKS imported by BECICE j and near in the i T A Partie de CliaiTe de Henri avec Ellfiinpcs dapres les Dsfleins de Paris a Gfcanfons choices depuis le Siecle jufqira par avec de trcs jjhes 3 Chanfons ide Pans 1766 Matinees Roy Lexicon Hebraico Avi i Hefycliijjs Morgagni Opera tinsiM tditio 1765 Lorry de Melancholia et Morbis Paris 2 Sufpicionum Auclore Diitionnaire des Antrquites Pans A than which nothing be fupplied with provifions the ame terras as thef be more ridiculous and fatal It is needlefs to were thirty years and they will begrudge rpORMS of DEVOTION of Uwellupon any as the reactions of every i i give or if uinrpcnce for I 1 J J 3 i 7 9 li in a Di 3 BiiTertation fur 1Origine de la Maladie Paris Tufculanes de trauuites par u revifed and corrected by Printed for in Coven t garden and fold by in Pauls Church This day uKre Very neceffary and ufeful for ail FAMILIES Neatly printed in one price bound P VDRMS of DEVOTION tor theUSE of LIES With a recommending Practice of FAMILY By L E L A N and To which is added a ihort Explanation of the End and Defign of the LORDS With fuitable Meditations and and a Preface re commending a due attendance on that facred Intii Likewife a Poflfcript concerning Selfexa j with a few Forms of Prayer for the uie of tiiofe wtoo need or defire fuch Printed for in TheFisrms of Devotion may be had price bound And the rnort price in Imported by PAUL facing South in tke 5o exccliively thoughtlsfs is the grofs of i that they that evil which they i 1 f 1 to preferve them b Irom Gentleman to adiri the pnc o goveiiis the price of a truth too well knowr to be difputed artfully evades a minute difcuiTion of onr belters his argu i do not immediately nor guard againll that pleading the lucrative advantages that are reaped j ger which feems gathering at a diitance molt ig from the encouragement of without ever norantly that they will of themfelves j once or even that it is no or that it is only lofl or an indignity to j j tiling more than a nd of courfe to be flaying infant or fupprelling i inequitable and injurious io the Let the Poor ran iVnfible man will furniil him with innumerable quartern but unleis Al en Paris n Entretiens de lui la Nature traduiti par Pans Dictionnsire du vieux Language par Paiis Fans Almanach poifr lans Etat de pour Pans ou les Regies par Patis Rhetorique rains cic pauis par de 3 Matinees Etat Militaire de Ordonnaftce du Roy concernant la du 25 i Tactique ou Traite dcs Evolutions des par De Le ou Eilai fur la i iuorie des Mouvemens du des Evolutions Co n noiiTance dss pour Ai alecta Monumentorum omnis aevi nenfia Opcra cum Numifrnata Cimelii Regii Iconifmis i Geiheri Plantarum Bookftilers may be a Ca cum coloribus ad vivum cf imported by eonmui u Memoires fecrcfs tires des Archives des S les tomes v unpo variety in Scopoli Entomologia Krameri Eienchus et Ani per Aullriam jlthat they fliall have tlu In oppofition endeavours for reducing the i fonable tliey wiii never content price of we are referred to the ftate of felves to allow the exorbitant price for bread culture during the intermediate time of the reltoraj propoies to fix it tne tion and the imputing all the merit of its Ridicu corn if tL the home prefent flourifhing ituation to the fingle caufe encouragement of exporting our crops of and exploding the impropriety of an embargo that Such is Alphas opinion whofe rea fonmg at the firil fight is plaufible enough but a little examination into the affairs of that period viil refute the pretended merit of his insinuation f r the true caufe of the barren afpect of agricultuie in thofe days is to be afiigned to our conftani civil which not only depopulated the country of its molt nfeful either by the or the multi tudinous emigrations to but by the incef fanffluctuation of theFeafants were fo wholly taken up by their Lords to be taught the ule of that hufbaadry was totally Add to all population too was then in iu infancy in this kingdom for the laws of which we all know are to were aboliflisd bat about a century before fo that i i try from the Opor there were not in fail a fufiicient number of hands to cultivate our enclofe GUT and drain a PI 1 their marhe will be our landing the j But now truly coni when he aiiov never at cue peri io eminent a degree as at this I our Poor do not only more j price for bread than ever they i ingfor the other niceiTuieof lift J I does a man make linuci argues in this manner Ai in this itrain witii il abmrdity of his opinion but lai the mofl fkilful cannot be ddUu man d tiiofe vatl which have been knee I readily agree but that the now glorious proiptxt of which is fo conlpicuous throughout the owes perfection to the iole honour of 1 poiitively verv Not tellirence of whoiiv from ruifors and i my Pocr fuff though fame indubitable truths Our commerce at whiui is reafwi tliarvhe at the anrcs are ohsntimts Fallacious t ft i inures can ibon be cquired the loio and   

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