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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 28, 1766, London, Middlesex me Gazetteer and IVew Daily M O N A Y APRIL HAY A T T H E INGs THEATRE in the the agth of will be per formed a eneus called The fviufic compoied by With Pit and boxes trbe put and no perfons Jo be admitted without whiJi will be de livers Tomorrow at the laid at half a guinea each Gallery five By thslr M A T E S TI E S perfon to be admitted bshmd the nor into the pit and bi opened at To bep5n at nn hour after fix Spagnoli is to perform in the abo Fur IJENKFIT of A T the Theatre Roy d in on of will be prefented the o M U braith Firlt Rofs Elder Ferry Second smith the and D Mifs and Baker Third Mifs Pokier Paftoral and the Song of Sweet Mifs The Chcrulics by Mr Mr With a FARCE cm be tedbehind the of at the in Holywdlrcrcet of at oppofue in the Strand and of at the where places for the boxes may be O A P A K E R To be SOLD by A U C T I O at three oclock in the For the BENEFIT of the if the NewEnglanders crmfind AT the LockHofpital near Hyde Park melafitsenough at their ftills will quickly on Wed ne id the 3eth of jj them as nuch rum as the Americans can for home confumption and cer j tain I that the nation in general mult reap more bejpertormeda New called Set to M u s c by W O R G A Tlie vocal parts by J benefit by purchafmg the material from rum Mils and Mifs Firit j is than by buying the rum the labour in difullin the melaflei in the fornitr j all clear gain to the in j j Almoit infinite will be the advantages attendant if on opening a free port at Amc naming a or open and take in fubf the mean time as I no Le proad a hand in fo publicfpirite1 u 1 ill throw iii a fcsv or ch may perhaps be thought That v hen frjr or five are rl in what places within cat be Violiirand a Concerto by No perfons to be admitted without which may be had at the following places Jamess Jamessitreet the Mount coffee Grofvenor ftreet Georges coffee HT Templebar Cornhill and I l ma Julll the rum ol COj0nJr J cf at the To begin athalt anhour after i for a confidsrable be employed in eleven oclock in the hurt the commerce of Britain in by jj and put VI corner New Bondftreet and at the To the freeport is will on that i e exert leir talents in j and treeboUiers oftbi promOiion of the Britifh which have been j S A L O j j often too fuccuisiullv e frualif Tha er perions to our HAVING this day at a genera and vcrv nume taSe 1 trugaliiy and conimeraai genius rous meeting of the rerrticmen Clergy and Freej ferve at once for and for an example to f holders of this coun IKU the honour of being put f the reft of the inhabitants of the free The 1s i in nomination as candidate to fucceed your late i licit trade carried on between the foreign fcfdeiTient jj ng of Svvcet Ech Lails M Jons TheDances by Mifs worthy kichard Efq I re i turn you my moft imci r for the great honour I conferred and iitreat vh e favour of your votes and the North Americans will be uldolutely new channel of a very capacious nature j will be opened for the difpcfal of LrjtiiJi That a markets he enraged I hearfily join wit wiihintr that in each of the to the great emolument or our mas They No perlb Tickets to S and intereit at the onThurltay tlie 8th of i May The ihortnefs of the time I flatter apologize for my not making that perfonai j failors and and the kingdom in i j feciicn it is capable of an generai uj great benefit frsm the revival of I tcr ofwhic which my as well as my I j prompts me to 5 I Your moft and humble f BR1DGEMAN our export whofe diminution has been fo fejjj henfion tliat no j verely felt allover the ifland Our revived export jj public from the trade will furnifh us with an opportunity of Jatisfaction of knowing that the with thofe of late encreafed pur jj the poor is not to the viilainous ar 1 chafes from the continent of which would of but to rcd ferncity H otherwife have drained us of all our if they l once decid at the fign of the Strong Lower Eaft Smithj An fiPlrl i ee iiiil EPvWRITER PART of the utenfiis m tradeot a Hardfoap leaving oft trade 5 confifiing of two iron which will con Sain iSo gallons each tl ires Targe and two ft nail ditto two large feven feet and an half wide at and feven feet high all very little worfe for The aid arti cles may be viewed each day time of at Earnfhaws near Katlierines Any perfon may be treated with privately before the day of and printed particulars by aoTiying to Ealt Sinithfieidj or to William fworn Eait To be SOLD by AtJcIlON BA At his sreat in near the ket To the P R 1 N T E Hoilaud fee the benefit of the cairying The riches by the Dutch are an proof of its Thefe know ing without being in 3 pofftfJion of any ts great in near the me on Friday the ninth of andthe and A Ieftion of and i of their own produc have raifed their country tb ai de gree of themfelves the j carriers of By the channel of t lie free port j1 of liultatia in the VVeit they make them felves luafters or all forts of Indian commodi and ferve with agreeable delicacies all the nations 4n who have no poffeihons would we properly attend to cur j intereft in this momentous we might foon j fupplant tlie Dutch in rhat beneficial article of corn raerce in the Weil We have many ad vanj tages the Dutch both with refpecl to trade in general and the Welt Indian commerce in particu OSEPH Weaver and at the j lar j to eur fhame be it the and in Corn near by alliduoufly foilowing the carrying trade in all returns his fmcere to Jiis 11 quarters of the wherever the leaft opening for bufmefs have maintained and im i had been fuffered to proceed without our falling on fome expedient fuflicient to counteract their mif chievous which is now kindly prefented to us by Providence in It verv ttat a ij fai ol this fort fhould be oppofed iiy a great tor upon ths ifland of merely becaufe th 3 i fugars of that iiland are propofed to be put upon tlie fame footing with French and muit be exported for and not difpofed of ment for temporaiy icop i j the AVING uiwn R where fu2irs have for alonsr time bore an advanced TLJ A of the piiacip j LJ Dutcii belonghig to Mrv of Jiotlibourn To be viewed on Wednefday the the time which will begin each day punctually at ia j Catalogues maybe had of Mr TrJ at the who have been extremely kind in contijj nuing fb much their tince he was burnt out at the late dreadful jeave to acquaint them removed into his fame ipat his former and has laid in a new and frelh allbrtment of the moft tirely Our illand of Dominica in every prefer fefluonible goods for the fpring which he is jj abje to the barren rock of and by its in Vii nii Inweif and humblv i i n to ieii on the loweit and humbly intreftts Tiis and former cuftomers to favour him with a continuance of their which be ever eiteemed as the greatefl This day is The Second price R contiguity with the French iflands of Martinique and j offers itfelf as a very convenient free port for traffic with the who always great need of lumber and They have little or no lumber and provifions of iheir own and EM ARKS on LETTER to the j as for their African Company is not as yet BISHOP cf with the BISHOPS able to furnifh tiicm with one fourth part of what and the SECOND COR the one d i fa 1 vantage to the DOMINICAN But it not be much ever balanced by the many benefits which will accrue fo this ifland by this oar conaderation r Will not a concourfe of Itrangers to Dominica bring with them ui acrunvakiuon of wealth And that additional im rowec the ifiand Tlie bride trade thus let take ail the when they them is T The intereit of ths nation at nil times calls upon Printed for Davis and over againft j us to Where be had n any part of our dominions and our pvelent circui A Free and Candid Examination of Bjfhop j ina more particular commando Sherlocks and iiis Difcourfes on Pagan ts n iiisdayis price AMetzotinta fifteeu of the celebrated Rtter an original picture by executed utter an g P receive from the dealers ofother waatever ve all natural advantages in m our ferious attention to this important the conitituticn of a free port in cur plantationsin the price 51 VVeit to which all foreigners might refort for u inches and a half by pUipoie Of themfelves wivh Britifh Jean Jacmus and and where we might Ai I afoot in Dominica will enrich the creafe the valueof and raiie the price cfall fmgalar This is fD that I ca not fufriciently admire the impropriety of objection from a Proprietor of to J totrcir J allow this objection its u tip oft and a gainft realonanel tliat the fair j in the free port of not counterballance the inconvoiuency anfing o the planters fiJin putting their the footing with v ill any man that the interest of the whole kingdom is to give way to the intereft ov thi Jjominican r Moft certainly The interefl of Britain requires a refource of this and tliat argument wjl weigh with a patriot Britiih Senator than reafoning founded on private wlucu can be allowed to come in competition with of the Nor can we fiippofe that has any regard for his tronize a meafure which cannot fail to retiieve cur export encreaie tlie demand for our and enlarge ettr t TLe fcUtnvinz Heaity Wellwifhcr to Britain and Ame1 j Friend to f OMEGA S n0je facing 0xfprdroad at they ccuid fuppiy either as a material for any of our or a proper fubject for Some of our manufactures icand greatly in need of cotton andindico and iince the late by Martin tlie print Pal Mall Al bemarleftreet j Ryiand and j Boy d Gaeapfide Pleetftreetj ajvd all printfellers in BOOKS imported by in RulleTftreet Co IRE de Francois 4 DiSionaire 3 Menioires de 4 Mecanique des Maifen 6Geogiaphie de la 4 Journal de Louis z Oeuvres de 16 Commerce Hiftoire des 2 Memoires Aitronomie de a j day price In a neat pocket volume in A New Edition of THE PILGRIMS from this world o that which is to under the of a Wherein is The manner of his fetting out His dangerous journey His Tc arrival at the defired Complete two Written by JOHN B U N Y A I have ufed Jimililufffs HOSE A Printed or in Where may be The above work in o e large volume adorned curious cngravid by Sturt AT iv fame The Doariae of tne Law and Grece un folded fne Holy War price to the chief cf Sinners To the Apr Hz CrrV r weather i lr 11 hies Oi J I V J Ii 1 i t jeod rT i thevifor profo t bs tothefs in other in h to ch their veilel are ell fuins erv this for l was happily exportation trade is ahnoit entirely Of what ation of which afrords its snrplc means of j retrieving our commercial circumibiicus in tiu fe fpecU Tliere we may fupply both French and niards with laves and iiritiih commodities of all j And there the North Americans may find an market for their lumber There Jj we may receive Spanifh I together with ail the valuable productions otthii French in return for our The French and Spanish and the faperfluities of the other will pro duce a fubject for renewing our exportation the lofs of which is now lo remarkably over this But I readily agree with your fenfible correfpondent of the zift in Ins plan for opening the port of propofes that fo reign rum and foreign fpii its fiiould by all debarred from entrance into that The in troduction of thefe accuried commodities could ati ivver no good and could iaii to diicourage not enly our Well Indian L at a 1 our dif I THE for reducing the price of butchers From the temporary effect produced by AM much pleafed with the propofal made in them your paper of fubfcribed A FRIEND TO of the penty of rii5 titles of tur bv i Blakes with refpecl to the price of it worthy and may be fairly prefumed that the much more im portant objecl of lowering that of butchers merit rnayj be obtained I be much tir prifet if numbers be not ready to come into a iub fcription for that purpoie I believe know of four or five hundred pounds ready to be though the ropofal is but two days Exouiive of charitable or publicfpirited feif is a fufficient motive ta who have large to lubfcnbe a coiilulerabio fum towards defeating the injultice and cruelty of by tvey fincere friend to tht 1 know that the ever Society of Arts and rewards for fuel iuch quan be taken and 10 market I know it is pretended by fevered gentlemen con cerned in tliat the North Americans cvght o be allowed to purthafe foreign rum fpiiiis at Dominica lor iiiie at on tlie cjifl of in tiiat our yitlJ thennear enough for thefe commercfrd What is the intereft of one hundred pounds a year compared with the difference between the charge of houfekeeping at while meat j is five pence a and what it would lie if it were reduced to its former price of twopence or threepence a pound A family oi fifteen perfons jj lays eut with the at thi1 prefent not jj lels than one hundred pounds a Let it be conndcred how well worth while it would be for th head of fuch a family to give up four ths I intereit of one hundred pounds per for the I j of faving forty but perfons of large iucomeSi old ter c ijii t I Uo us great and who have mny mouths to a I I wifli the worthy author of the propofal who will he oi thofe wio to perifh would digeit this and give it public with all its plenty any o Ii j I k j tatcc its not unworthy ci an oppo y o utt ii not wonu r to i the of b t as le icciefv of Arts ard is m ttr into erst houid reioice to h a i
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