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   Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 24, 1766, London, Middlesex                                The S T H U R S D APRIL From the THE extenjive Sale GAZETTEER AND NawDhAiLYADVERTisER joinedto the varietj df channels through it has lately been tin tntans of detecting fo many and of ap To many that it may bt proper to give THIS PUBLIC That fir tit ail itifcrmations of this to B 0 w ST R E E be conttantly inferted in THIS andij INFORMATIONS are properly attended to by BUYERS OF SECONDHAND few robberies will fcapt deteftiox titeridly if ALL PERSONS ufe of the iame paper to advertife their lofles 11 F I E L D I N The WARNINGS from end every thing loft or in the or lay are for immediate difpatch te alljHver by tie printer of this SONS of the THE ANNIVERSARY MELTING of the SONS of the will he at Pauls Ca THIS the of and the at Merchant Taylors S T E WARD HAY E M A K AT THE KINGS THEATRE in the on Saturday the a6th of will be performed a new Serious called LEROE C I N E S The Mufic compofed by With new new and Pit and boxes to be put and no perfons to be admitted without which will be de livered That Day at the laid at half a guinea each Gallery five By their MAJESTIES No perfon whatsoever to be admitted behind the nor into the The pit and will be opened at To begin at half an hour after fix The Managers of the Operas beg leave to inform the Nobility andiGentry with their prefent in regard to the indifpofrtion of Signora Scotti and they being under an obligation to fulfil their engage ments with the fubfcribers in the belt manner they beg leave to acquaint that Signer who has performed the part of firlt woman feveral years at has readily offered to fupply that part on Saturday next in the abovementioned Opera HAYMAR KET The FIFTEENTH NIGH The DukeofMalborough Earl Harcourt The Bifhop of Briftol Sir Robert and Alderman Prebendary of Durham Nutconiie Chancellsrof Henry Eiq George Efq Joleph Eiq Fhomss Efq The Mulic will confiit of an Overture of GEMI HANDELS New Te a New Aii them compofed by after the Ser preached by Dean of HANDELS grand Coronation Tickets for the FEAST are to be had at the Queensarms in Pauls The Church doors will be opened at ten and Divine Service begin at eleven choir and iles are perience from my youth for I have had locks And concerns in inland naviation on rivers that carry veffels from two or three to fix or feven hun dred for five or fix hundred miles up and down rivers the country withtheirnuirie rous windings and The fallowing letters are iv eJ and Omega iopbronia Caution A Yindex Juveuis and OMEGA is ccme ffl made dfc by the unworthy part of duce iuacceree into a on crime of cries al i it ought to be fotrely inflicted inr Uu dilfinctioj oi ci in ife Tu be lold at in the county of Mon between three and 400 large oak further enquireof John Eiq at Bartholey or sf Richard Boycot there who will hew the faine or of William at near Eaft The above timber ftands within lefs than half a mile of a navigable is Day is price jewed the econd of THE LIFE and OPINIONS of TRISTRAM Printed for Charingcrofs Paternotterrow and Richaidion and at the Royal By P ARTICU ALEXANDER STEVENS will de A To the P R I N T E antcedeiiein Stde i i T was the utmoft pleafure I read tie letter of your fiiiiible and much to be admit ed in your paper of Tueiday the j loth of March concerning the opening of let ters and the anonymous letter writer She has ed out the grievances and the milchiefs productive of them in iomafterly a it 1 be an iniult offered her and qalte iicc1 lefs to comment further on thofe f tilJeff irr fhotfil i j I have taken this liberty but that a a few days j under the abovementioned dm T ot anoj has been the means of great perplexity in a whole with whom 1 vry intimately The is as follows There are two young Ladies in the faid amiable in every their characters unblemifhj I ed and and their virtue unfullied to fay j I n n i a ha3 i Si execin 1 a io the TOUR and the in ar much indebted to feme of liver His NEW with the AD as THIS I The doors to be opened at fix to begin exactly j at ieven Boxes Pit GaUery j Ibis day The Second price of REMARKS on LGWTHS to the BISHOP of GLOUCESTER with the BISHOPS and the SECQKD EPISTOLARI HESPGNDMNGE between his Lordfhipasdthe Doctor v i Pripted for tavis and book fellersr over again ft Gray To ike and lreebjixeis ej the cuunij cf S A L O THE feat of 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 niv friends to offer myfelf a candidate to fucceed I take the moft early opportunity of intreat ing the favour ot your appearance on my behalf at the General which will be held at Shrewf on the asth to take th ienfe of the couaty on this occaiion and mould I be fo happy as to meet with your I will beg leave ta folia t the favour of your votes and intereil in my fupport on the day of which will ever be eiteemed the higheit obligation conferred Your moft and faithful humble April Tris day was Eeoantly printed in two volumes with two frondi pieces engraved by price LONG Earl of The SECOND printed for in Where mw be Prince of a Tals the 4th in two pocktt price The Adventures of Count feythe author of Rodtrick Random in twu price bound Sopkronia to the Ladies price boiindjSj Imported by in theSiran This daj is price METZOJINFO the fiza of twentyfour inches by of the Right WILLIAM PI F Kfq done from an original picture in the pofleffion of Earl By R I C II A R D H O US T O Printed for Robert map i near Where be by the fame A METJOTINTO of the Right Noble MARQUIS of Price Elegantly printed en a r in two volumes with 15 large price in E S 3 A V on the A R T cf anflafed Fran be French of Count and 1npctor General of the French By Captain JGSFPil O Dedi by to ts Right JohnXord Vifcount Field and Commander in Cnief tf his Mrjeltys for in There are a few printed upon iupenine writing rnval price in Where may be ehganly printed in Naval or a Syitem of Sea Difci Illuftrated with Copper By Price Fhe Military By an In one Price oound Fothe leUr ANTI PUFF more might be conftrued flattery fuffice it their j who have late favoured us u ith theii conduct both in public and private life has borne defence of the poor imteit with it lufficient teftimony for my aiurveivitions cf the cry hirelings of out Ad ir Not to be too I for diitinction v m ui vvriins of the your worthy cor neir i n Not to be too I for diitinction call the eldeit the youngefl can be to be led by feliiih Every Violante for fome months been addreffed Opp0nentitravinT out of the of may be uii the molt honourable terms of marriage by a young j the a come when whofe family and fortune are unexj ccnfc nee t rf jfil rotten his love for her and his wiflres him from frowns ot an true of the pcor From the nanv hints it bme of your the will became od enjoys i ctitTeie Otit oritj and harts of otaa arm in the 1 To U WV P R I N T E examined the new map of inKnei that are under confideration before the oVy and I am very much furprized to fee that parties and feifintereit are the leaders of fuch noble I obfejtfe by the plans of what is anil is intended to be that there is more partiality than real dividing the naviga tion in equal fo that every body might be equally u fuch colUy rtak rnntei making para in one Bo avec la Defcription du par tome Pan i eme tomes Knows that the ri ich fhculd be the only view of i c can be the intent of vers that have good na pivate ends Every body vlerley is and that eager for the approaching happy day Violantes pafiion for him is equally and every j till went on with fuch affability and in fuch j mutual that nothing was wanting toll corrcibonJcii oihpleat their happinels but to bejoined in Hymens j of ands her father and mother approved the Very ieiiile the fixing of the wedding day was upon the tapjs iiearts oh how tranfitory is human very j ciecers da Theabove anonymous jl mdvjr the feigned character of a during he ablence of the young Ladys father who was in COVered the country found means to ingratiate himlaif into the etteem of the innocent and imiutpedting Mirand one evening at the Opera from which by a few fubfequent ftolen her cittern converted the liucereit Miranda was acquainted with and faithftJlv kert Violantes iecrets ihe in her liiier with been co i anutlier iiayigatiou parallel le nouvean Pans Peniees de Paris 1766 es Intcrets des Nations de 1 relaiivement au Leide Hiitoire AmoRreufe de Pierre le Paris Voyages de Mylord ou li 7 Paris Paftorales de i Paris nouvelle imitation de 1An i LArt daccoucher reduit a fis par Paris Lettresde Voltaire a fes amis des avec des Notes 3OUth within a tew be of fe I ought not to be Ihe Duke Brulgewaters is not of tliis Jit keeps in the direction it is and ii buc cf public fbrvicain running j norrh and and iris ace is iuch to becom jj mended bccaiiie tt will na H turaliy cut the country in iivc a coinmu nknnot frottt part to another tint none by 5 iiut that divtdd cut ihorr av Ai l n e u to tlte d ofloea vviiicii cotilcL not ought to be acquainted like1 feigned Gentlemans her of it but he had not Miranda above a be his intentions were altogether expoiluiated Iter liiier about hcjr to be great1 y on her Miranda and thought her filters advice a that tirn able but was convinced of the utility cf ii at next interview with this fuppcfed by Mirandas was a maid fervant in the heufe her vourCvi to bring her to a compliance of dcfires by all the artful cajoliiiig and cti flattery lie was matter ivliirnda nv law and was proof agaiiilt tills bale perfidy with great fpirit on which in the bidinous and rude the of her chaitity her fcrearns fbcn brouiit r and the fervant to her afjiftance on which the vii Iain and made the moft h As no violence was though highly the young Ladies intended to keep the lecret from every and enjoined the maid to Mad it ended the veil of oblivion M would have been fpreaci over the whole traniacticn j but mark the event This pretended Gentleman villain as he r finding his fchemts and meditating wrote in three days after to the young Ladies and getting in formation ot Violantes wrote to liini alfo both letteis iigned Anonymous telling both thei father and the being particularly quainted with Violaate and lie had I in both the happiell of would adviife Imported by PAUL in th N lacnig ic 10 run doivn to Witton of ISTOIRE avec la Defcnption du Cabinet du par Button Dauj tome 4to Supplement aux Six Vohuues tie Recueils de v Medailles de Vi Peuples LaBergeie des par Mar Tom par La Partie de Chaffe de Henry Diclionaiie du Vieu Conite de Art de Sentir Juger en Matiere de Memoire fur le Gctovernement g de z i c i XraUe de uwi dnn Fffai fur la Sculp 4 5 par Ufa ivjii rot cnv te a bat ct a great deal of time of qnantivy of good it do rnn irto nuiural of wnicii arc cm account of the great vetTels tltcy as well as of the windings and turn ings of thai touch at more ni than fbvight canals can would be really doing and it at the fame be joined to the projected cana of and Io on to Mas and by degrees divide the country by water in fo that the public might have an even aclraiitage ot both for agriculture and and one county would not be abe 10 undcritll another froin the advantage of its carriages and the commuaity confequently would reap an As fooii as I hate time I liall fend fome more thoughts this on an ex Fl the lover not to marry a H girl whofe however artfully concealed 5 from him under the cloak cf foon make him repent his choice of fuch a wife and to others had equally happy in arms as himielf he gave hkewile ib account of their as made him imagine the veritv of letter would be in tltelealt The father and mother of the Violantes lover has brokec upbraids her with endeavouring to on iher defend hers and her filters that has been thus traduced an t vildtl poiiible to paint the lituati da it may be caller Miranda fhould iuive and not have a HIIM a knowledge of to vilit re he per enquiries who and vvore the LI j Collars Prince of Wales and the Queens nera are and too pt btiiev deceitful men joined to youth ud ence are on Mirandas ani for her indifcretion but what reparation c ment can the villain who has been tb ft on fo much r May the example of tliefe young h nation be a tuour to aid withftand tu   

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