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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 23, 1766, London, Middlesex The Gazetteer and New W D N E S I A APRIL 1766 HAY K E MAR AT THE KINGS THEATRE in the HAYMARKE on Saturday the a6th of will be ueifbnned a new called LEROE C I N E S The Muiic compofed by With and Pit and boxes to bti put and no perlons to be admitted without which will be de livered That Day at the aid at half a guinea each Gallery five By fhsir MAJESTIES No perfon whatfoever to be admitted behind the nor into the The gallery pit and will be opened at To at half an hour after fix The Managers of the Operas beg leave to inform the Nobility andGentry with their prefent in regard to the indifpolition of Signora Scotti and they being under an obligation to fulfil their engage ments with the fubicribers in the beft manner they beg leave to acquaint that Signora who has performed the part of firit womaa ieveral years at has readily offered to fupply that part on Sal urday next in the aboyementioned H A Y M A RTTET E A T R The FIFTEENTH f By PARTICULAR GEORGE ALEXANDER STEVENS will de liver His NEW with the AD THIS The doors tt be opened at fix to begin exactly at even Boxes Pit Gallery SONS of the C L E THE ANNIVERSARY MEETING of the SONS 1 of the will be at Pauls Cai the the of and the FKAST at Merchant Taylors The DukeofMalborough Earl Harcourt To ihe and tnehaLwrs of toe county of THE ieat of a Member to reprefent the county of Salop in parliament being now vacant by the death of Richard Efq yaur late worthy and being encouraged by many of Eiy friends to offer my f elf a candidate to fucceed I take the mo ft early opportunity of intreat ing the favour ot yaur appsarance on my behalf at the General which will be held at Shrewi on the to take ths fenfe of the county on this occalion and mould 1 then be So haopy as to meet with your I will begleave to folicit t ie favour of your votes and interelt in my luppjrt on the day of which will ever be edeeaied the higheft obligation conferred Your moit and faithful humble 766 HEN BR1DGEMAN Chancellsrof 7k tle FEAST The Right Earl the Lord Bihop of The Right Lord Lord Sir and of of ike SONS rfthj j im i New to 11 Can William P Fraucis Ca Lk j a u jf Henry j George Efq The Bifhop of Briftol Sir Robert and Alderman Prebendary of Durham Nutcombe The Mufic will conuft o HANDELS New them compofed by preached by Dean of i Mary Cl HANDELS grand Coronation Tickets for the FEAST are to be had at the IMINK proper ta acquaint the that the Charity colleciad atthe R vine Service on the Feait Day at as abb at March lors to has besn ii placing cut A tiu afDu PAID WITH Weinnorehnd Jofenh Efq A gnes At kin to a VVeinnorehnd Fhomas Efq j Fiaivces to Ann of milliner f an Overture of GEMI i to Mary in Covent a New Aw loan Br to John ia Nekton in D after the Ser I Mary to Sarah at in the Dean of i Mary Ckn to Ann m Canteruav childs coat mak a Queensarms in Pauls The Church doors will be opened at ren and Divine Service begin at eleven The choir and iles are SPEEDILY will be all the uten fils and belonging to the Cambrick ma nufactory at of which further notice will be given aud in about three weeks the liock in trade of the confining of cambricks and will be put up to Me by Jafper To Gentlemen and Ladies of the Church of EngJ Fiancis ti Margaret Bolt chiefly in j to Aim i ijLi v j Sarah to Daniel to John citizen and dotruvor Jon to John cabinetmaker I Eu ebia to Elizabeth I1 to Nathaniel ia F to John IayHa of I Mary to in a 1 Hefter to Frances in Ht Earthalomcw Plaited Dickmion to Ami to in ColahMl illier to a manUia atCackai to Sarah cf to Joan in Sout to Hannah JOIM to Fi anus atl A Gentleman deiirous of living in the country of a good acquired and many years is well qualified tor any and pollened of a great variety of the molt i nTcftil If an v fen t lenian or Thomas to Thn in Sarali to in lacr to Either i to Loa a Q O Inigo to Lauience j Chariij ikydeil to Benjamin at ebiccaBatterfey to jaaiis at i ufeful Jf any gentleman or lady will pleafe to favour him with a line directed to at Georges in j ohn to Riahard at Egreni in will immediately wait on and further iatbfy j Ann to Ann mantuamaker them of Ins Richard to John in the Hugh to John irf cabinetmaker to William in Noting j to Giorge in hooper Corneius to Jofeph jeweller T r By the K I N Gs P A 1 t N ANDERSON and Cc lunar and calender watch for mewing the day ot the and the ae of the are old by John Maliett joint Joibph patentee with the late in Albion oiv to at mantuamaker New Bartholomewcloie ana by the watchmakers and toymops in London allo A1 1 near Richmond in by j i Clements TAYLOR and Youth are care aud in Bath Batty in York in in Newcaltle Robert on the New in Kdinburgh and by lo ii fully and expeditioufly inltructed in every necefiary sccompUhment for the public ol or commercial plentifully hippheu with wholefcme decently accommodated with and Jill other at twelve pounds per For pleafe to apply to in tone Weitminfter in BRUVltreet at the in Vil lers Yorkbuildings in Hog Soho in Black Friars j in Grange Bermondtey in Bimopfgateftreet or to at Jonathans from ten to Taylris now in and attends from ten to twelve at FarnivalVinn i g jjoutu in the j rjISTOlRE Naturei nvec la Defcnption du Cabinet du par Buff on i Dau tome Supplement Six Volumes de Recueils dc Medailies de Vi LaBergere ties Mar To in par La Partie de Chaffs de Henry Dictionaire du Vieu Comte de Art de Sentir Jugr en Matiere de Memoire fur Ie Gouvernement de z dunEllai fur la Sculp par q MEW BOOKS imported bv oppolite in the Bookfeler to his Particu li iere avcc 1l Defcription du Cabinet par romc IT erne tomes a Paris LesPenfees de Paris L Les Jntcrets des Nations de 1 devtlopes reativeiiient au 2 Hittcire Amonreufe de Pierre Ie Paris Voyages de Mylord ou Ie nauveau 7 Paftorales Poemes de i Pans Robinfon nouvelle imitation de PAn z LArt daccoucher reduit a fes par Paris Lettres de Voltnire I les des avec des Notes Hiftoriques This Dzv iicsrc N v M ti E a I Containing FOURTEEN PRINTS after Sal Andrea Carrache Lauri and out ot the of the Duke of and Ear of Grford Engraved and etched by and Ban VN B 4s pictures are fubjft to and to be by fire or other whereby the world has and raay lofe many valuable produc tions in painting to fave thiretore tne defigtts ot fcveral mailers from utterly the pro prietor propoles to have etchings trom inch pidares as are thought worthy of preferving one ot wnich be highly and mouly performed ny painters who have been employed in ra ciraw tor the firlt volume of this i lie e will be able to enter into the and preferve the manner ofthe great painters 2jevery nature of their ftudies nrelent employ Sold by Where may be ACatalogaeol lately aad a lift of thofe intended tor ptioL jeiy Pie to E eanor Charles to John Phcens to John in Tevrafb brazier James to Edvard Clements Elizabeth to Mary cf msntuamakcr ihoemaker Edward Rej to Jeremiah in in Montgomery H to Richard in the at Francis to Jofeph in citizen TILBURY ALTERATIVE S fold bv tile appouHineutof the proprietor at j Fi Purveyor to his in Elizabeth Builcr to Agnes ot milliner i ftreet PailMail at diit at i j to in iargeon Graveend at tfie lerufalem coffee Dorothy to Miry of hill at at Chelmsford at the Well i William to vvMliam in i i l C Ann ii T i m and no where at per p to and in mailer at per to For an account of this water fee Andrews Tren in Layman and to Tohn William N3rth For an account of this water fee Andrews Tien bamuet to John w diiam i tile on 1ilbury printed for Ann o Ait Wai in Jioroughui in Cornhill and Ruttys Treadle jj John to John in the btrand oil Mineral One milling per j Aicholas to L in Lotr allowad for bottles and the lame in pro Aoi MI to Ann allowed for bottles and the lame in pro portion for efs VVeaveraiui at the PackHorfe and in near Bilhopf returns his lincere thanks to all his Lon i jioigui v to Ann i John to Elizabeth t Hannah t mere n a La ind u ma t nd in couti One tlis imlenture jt yet returned ne who have been extremely ki nuing lo much their fince he was burnt out late dreadful fire in and HOW begs j k leave to acquaint tiiein and the that he is s removed into his which is now rebuilt on ths i lame fpot where his former and has laid in a i large new and frefh aifortment of the in j i fafhiouable goodsior the ipring which he is j determined to fell oa the lowcit and humbly l intreats his friends and former to favour I him with a continuance of their which j will be ever eftcemed as the greatell To the JOHNALOYSSIUS takes the liberty of acquainting the that by reafon his affairs in Germany dij his return he intends to fell his line i unadulterated Old Old and Molielle by the at his at in at the following are ten mnument of the patriot c niltratirn for the The jmall Aiis of leven niiJi the nation by tlie WL late conduit of our their Cue with a i i Old of the growth of the year ak of the year of the year of the year i junto of Itatc whofe leaders cnly ial power mult t the honour ac atioii fom c Very beft red Rheniui of tiie v By the year Very beft Mofelle Beft diftilled from Native Selfzer ia the belt Bottles and carriage free to any part of j flits in haying diltreffed us with a heartbreaking j addition to our national ten tunes larger that laved to us by our late V heu we be able to quote to the lionourot this Itry a trnirattion cf the like natuie hen hail be u JUon Any nobleman to have the laid wines by the will find ji ikswir3 all pombio jj Ij able to fay of them that they have lelened our na J h j tional delit or eafed our Poor We can already ob ji L i ferve Khe arrows difcharged from their quivers at j j I iuteltiiis peace cf and that portica oi j j t national credit which the Great GermaiKZet j c mone lias left How careful his anto I cis dnj s The Second piice of REMARKS en Lovyrns to the BISHOP of with the BISHOPS and the JICOND Con Uewccn uis Lerdfliip and the Doctor Printed for aud book over againt Never before j f and Milj I Tracls together widi ber of Id re lied to many of the greatift perj fouages in England and Ireland and levejal 1 written on By late i JONATHAN Dean of Patrick j and reviled by DEAN E of in Printed for in The above being printed in one volume in two volumes in large and three in mall to complete the fevsral editions already the fubfcribers when they tor tluir books arc delired to Signify in what fize they to have Where may be The Works of Jonathan in j8 pocket wilk copi ous price ootutd entail us every forrow their guide doomed us i o to every experience They j j pointail their r Poor ot the j rtjoice to leave the unhappy covunies labouring under every ihy curie that they may reieale the t counties from the vifits ef America from and ahmode deP witli a n w loan new tux on If this Miniitry remains fur another I Ilia not at all be farpriaed at feeing the Americui iLaiiip I j new ratio acl and tlie cyder aiit reitored to its tirccs for mer New and new lights frcm tliofe enquiries in the may probably deter mine them to revsrfe the or alus and even enforce tluA5t of Navigatian ia a Lait iuini guide with a very extraordinary encreale Why may not the next in hadingftring rheni that there now aba ledge is mere all the worft fort of error ra J irne only can dilcover is tor this 1 Cay ia defence of this tli t rur coniiitency that can figured i iV peitcd from fo mutable a I ih all be glad to ro itte to fo frab ncn
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