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   Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 30, 1766, London, Middlesex                                The and New Daily APRIL A Y M A R K E A T T H AGs THEATRK in the Saturday the d of will be per formed a new lenous called L E R O E C I N E S The corapofed by With new and Pit and boxes to be put and no perfons to e admitted without which will be de Mvered I hat Day at the aid at half a guinea Gallery hve By their M AJESflES No perfon whatfoever to bt admitted behind the nor into the The pit and will be opened at begin at naif an hour after fix Vivant Rex MA R Y B O N E G A R I E N THE mvjSkml entertainnarnts of this place will be gin tomorrow being the firftof Vocal performers Mifs and a young Ad mittance one billing each The doors to be opened at and the muSic to begin at half an hour For the BENEFIT or the C H A R IT LockHofpital near HydePark THIS the 3eth of U be performed a New called M A N A S S E Set to M u s i c by W O R G A The parts by and Mifs Firft and JL Concerto by till pdrfons to admitted without which may be had at the following places Jamess coffee Jamess ftreet the Mount coffee Grofvenor Itreet Georges Templebar 5 Rainbow and at the To begin at halt an hour after tieven oclock in the Tickets far the Galleries Bottom of the Chapel Five Shillings Becks ofthe Qiatoric to be had of Ri Pauls Churchyard the comer of Piccadilly New Bondftreet and at Price T0 Clergy of theaunty of S A L O NEW and GENERAL LYINGIN IT having been unanimoufly refolved by a Com mittee of the principal Benefactors to this Gha that fum of money itfficient to carry the in tended plan into execution is already the Governors are hereby requeued to pay their refpec tive fubicriptions into the hands of the fallowing where books are opened for lhat purpoie Backwell and in Pall mall Sir Charles Afgill and LombardItreet and Henry Boldero and in By order of the WILLIAM with of the may be had of the at his Middle To be SOLD by AUCTION by At his great in near the Haymar on Wednefday and the yth and 8th of A Collection of and Dutch belonging to of Kothbourn To be viewed on Monday the the time which will begin each day punctually at 11 Catalogues may be had of afore by means of the grand or great colU or other methodsl unjuftand vexitious I leave that to thofe that liave more knowledge of public and as much zeal for the public good H U f AVING this day at a general and very nume rous meeting of the gentlemen Clergy and Free of had the honour of being put in nomination as a candidate to Succeed your late wonhy Richard I re you my moil Sincere thanks for the great honour on intreat the favour of your votes iiltereft at the on TUurfday the 8th of May The feortnefs of the time I flatter apologize for my iruking that perfonal which my as well as my prompts me to I Your aloft and faithAfl humble Jfe BRIDGEMAK April exit treetoUtrs of the connty ft tilt HAVING had the honour which I mall ever gratefully acknowledge of being by a great majority of a numerous meet ing ot the and freeholders held here this by the appointment of the to confider of a proper perion to reprefent this county in in the room ef your late worthy member Lyfter and the time before the elec tion which will beat this place on Thurfday the 8th May next being fo fhort as not to admit ef a per bnal loef leave te take this method tleijring the favour your votes and intereft at the which will confer a lafting obligation your humble CHARLES For the C 0 U N T R SMITHS FAMILY MEDICINE from four to ten guineas defigned for the mie of tbafe who are difpofed to good to their neighbours but highly neceifary for allFami lies who live at a distance From an iiltefs In thele chefts are the medicines mentioned in the Family fifth edition of which is day with rV jfeane very ufeful ObArvations upon One of given with eack cheft of con ainingplain and full directions for adminiftering and properly nurfing the fick alfo mahogany for the feme Plansof the dcfign are given at Smiths chymieal Newgate Cheapiide 5 where only thofe c hellsare to be BLAKE takes the liberty to that fuch who an Members of the for the Encouragement of Mantifnc and and are at particu larly thoft who engaged him in November the arduous tufk of carrying the Fiih into exe tion will be at the Societys Great Room in the earlyThis the 3Otk in diat the faul aiatter may be brought to a final and an end put to the trouble be has had for near five years Woollen diaper and Slop Selleri highly fenlible of the repeated favours particularly on the morning of ihe fere takes this opportunity to acknowledge his ob and toinfbfm them and the he is Returned to his the corner of the Bull in Leadenhallftreet where he hopes for the conti nuance of their This daj is la fries ss Dedicated to the bt EMEND AT I ONES in in qujbus veterum Grsecorum SOPHOCLIS in cum tuna PARS Scripfif J T 0 U cum Capella de Cornubienfi Proliant venaies apud in the tit pru of what gaffed between General Sir Harry Eifkine and Philip Efc in eonfequence of a Letter wrote by the latter to the B relative to the publication of iome original Lerters and Poetry of Lady Mary Wortley then in ThickneiTes Printed for next the Mitre Fleetftreet and Oie corner of Wolfe and beg leave to acquaint the nobility and they have half of an additional volume to Camp bells Vitruvius or the British Archi ready to driver at the following places in the in Carnabymarket in Cadle The ninth nunvjjer will pnblifhed next WHEREAS it has been fallly the bill been depending iji againft the importation of manufactured leatbff glovesind that the glovefellers have advanced the prices We who were of the Com mittee for the laid take the freedom to allure the that there is ro foundation for fuch a as re are determined to lupply all our friends and at the fame price as for THOMAS Bucklers HENRY Fenchurchdreet JOHN the near ROBERT jj for the IMers figned A and lajl To the integrity and public fpirit which L W have hitherto appeared in the pre fent virtues almoft un known to former deferve our warmeft Our hiftory fcaicefurni flies an example of a Minifter that has joined in aflertiHg the juft liberty of the and has fought by laudable meafures to endear the Prince tohtf which every unprejudiced per fon mutt acknowledge the Gentlemen now at the helm have done and long may they continue the faithful fervants of their admired and beloved by their Their probity and found underftamiing their zeal for the honour and intereft of the arfd noble contempt of what ilander the difuprointed ambition of profligates has brought oa entitle them to the grateful fupport and tothe love of every konelt Ihave noperfonalknowledge norex pectation from any of them yet fuch is the certain infocmarionl have received of their open hearted and readinefs to hearken to every fcheme which has the public gond in that I can not refufe niyfelf the pleafure of offering to their con thro the chajinel of your a of my own tor the relief of the I am they to mew No thing more evidently conduces to the plea fufe and continuance of than At prefent it isobftroifted and out the power of the lower fort by the great excile an article very neceflary to our mod valuable Candles as neceflary to our weavers and work in eh in the long winter are likewife heavily I propofe that the ex die on btth be taken and that the revtnue of tiie crown may not uf an adequate tax be laid on every perfon weaiing This would be a mare effectual ftroke at the French manufacture of Cam bricks than all the laws that have been The Winchelfea cambrick manufacture is now and there is prof pect of 6ur being fupplied at therefore the difcouraging the waar of carabricks is the more ceffarv and if in doing the confumptionof muf lins is fo much the No body CSH Complain of this it falls merely on the luxurious and and at they are numerous enough ia no doubt a fufficient fum may be raifed by The relieving the Poor from two injudicious and burthenfome taxes is not the only object of my pro I join in1 the general that the influence of the excife may be leflened as much as The prefent laudable adminiftnation has already fhewn its averfion to that mode of and rn part relieved the I hope they will proceed upon the fame generous and publicfpnited plan and if the ftate of our fisances will not allow of their freeing us altogether from that that they will difiible from being fa dangerous to and reftore to us in all cafes our birth a trial by with fuch limitations as may far fecuring the re venue of the This I frefume may be done by the fubjects appeal from infelent and arbitrary to our courts of juf die grand jury fliall have found s and the trials in cafes concerning the excife to e by fpe juries Sare a netiied may be hit ou ts A C A R POOR ef the Btirnt begs leave to prefent his me ft refpectfu compliments to the Clerk of the Treafui and Lawafiiltant to the prefent meltable and otic and is forry that gentlemans ftrict and unexampled regard to ceconomy and his own inte did not permit him to an almanack this year for if he his mafters certainly would not have committed fuch errors as are moil mani from their ewn in the days they have appointed for the payment of the new loan at the The firft payment is to be made on the 8th day of My Now Poor Robin begs the Clerk of the Trealury inform the prefent Lords ot the that that day happens to be HOLY of is an holliday at the Tl e next payment is to be on the 8th day of June next j therefore Poor Robin again begs to like wife inform ihsjr that that day happens to be So that as theii Lordfliips are moft famous fyi he humbly prelumes the ap pointment of thele days be by feme ethers being immediately fixed in their lead unlefs their Lordfhjps will give the fubfcribers an additional in to make their payments From the LONDON BAN R U P T Abraham Barew and Lazarus Wool dea lers and to furrender the 6th and i3th of and ictli of at four in the at William of in the parifti of Clement dealer and the 8th and loth of and zoth of at eleven in the at Dayj jor making the dividends of Bankrupts eft dies to Richard Thomas Caleb and Sarah of Manchester in dealers and the ijth of at four in ths afternoon by adjournsnent from ttte a5th inftant at Wiiliam late of the city of mer the zjd of at three in the afternoon by adjournment from inftant at the Golden Fleece in j Certificate to be allowed a i George of the parifli of Martin I dealer and on oi before the aoth of May The folio queries are humbly to tie candor tf bis Grace the Fuse of by Sir STE PHEN THIOSQUE the prefent Chamber of the city of luho is a for Recgijergaural ef the far the cults of Lin don and and county of which evsryone of hit predecejors ever fince the retrilutton to 1765 bang 76 years iviib the intermjjfion of only at djflant and vpoff extraordinary in when his Grace the Duke of Nevvcaftle was Secretary of and that war was declared againft his Grace had not an application made to by a few London mer thac the packets between Dover and Calais might bt kept open during the war Whether the prefent Chamberlain of London did not draw up a memorial counter to the faid to which in a few clays he procured the Signatures ot zoo prin cipal with three of them and hinilelf waited on his who was pleated to he was Sure their errand would be agreeable to and to all his for that matter had been milreprefeiited to and that no Step Should betaken upon that without their being mil made acquainted with it at the fame time thanking the for his having taken that Itep in conference of which the communication between Sover and Calais remained doled duyng the whole in the year of the rebellion a tew days after the battle of Preitan when public credit was at thelaft loankj being already funk below liis Giace the Duke of Newcaltle not immediately by his late brother the Right Honourable Henry that he had received a letter frsm the prefent Cham berlain of his having been chiefly instrumental in fetting oirfootan aSTociation fubicription for taking bank notes in all payments who was pleafed to write him a letter of thanks for this great whch he has till to produce Whether the Cham berlain didiiot attend three whole days at Garra ways GoffeeHouSi upon this until 1603 and others had fipned the fame whofe names were published in the Subsequent Lon don Gazette Whether the Chamberlain had not the forecast to write letters with his own the very ft to all the great trading cities in Erg and acquainting them with which prevented that total Stagnation and confuSion throughout his Majeftys which otherwife mull inevitably have enfued And the Sunday the Chamber bin had not the upon this occafion of receiving the thanks of his late Royal Highnefs ths Prince of father to his prefent in his coach at together with his Rcyal HighuelVs picture in miniature Whether his Grace the Duke of Nevvcaftle was not hkewile well informed in the year when thei parliament had declined cloatiiing the lUniy that the preient C hamberluin of London was greatly inftrumtntal in Setting on foot another uiibciadon in the corporation of for the immediate and cloatiiing the ar my when in during that hard winter Whether was not thereby and a committee cholen by the with Sir Ri chard then Lord for their Chair winch committee conveyed all manner of ne lor the army then in under the command of his late Royal Highnds the Duke of who was pleafed to ftnd his repeated letters of thanks to the for that well tun sd relief r And rtis ailbci iticn n the did not rouie luch a fpirit of loy alty throughout his Majeirys as contributed to damp the fririts ef the rebelsliuJ of all their adherents r in the Auguft preceding the of the prefeur Chamberlain not come up on purpoie from where he was his to upon the Duke of with a and plan tor tlsctikins theifland oi Bdieijle Whether Ins Grace did not givethe a iLa inb with the mnp befoi e vid his proportion liid ijot o tar meet hl3 Greeks sp that although it cnid ried into yethis pleslea ro rcii the the dengi vvutoogoid to be pSfted aiid therefore kevi it the winter prscsdin tiie pccc of the Flanders re aiu enmy had their in London for a the Chamberlain iiad not the hriuur of a Au dience with his Gracethe Duke of u rhatroccafiOD Whether in that coiucjecce the berhiin did not give iiis Grace fuch of the imminent an end our fupplying their with con at i that his Urace inmeduitely obtained to be to prohib t the furthtr of corn out of the kingHorn for a time withftanding theParliament hud bur a while before Tint rbg of corn vjns ad Whether in the preent being then when ex pected to commence againt the French was well known to be iliiled fur NortlrAmerica with he did HOE on the ant f Apiil that wrire a letter to his the Dike of reprefenting the true Ibite of the irerrcii trade to their fugar and acquainting hii Grace tliat he had undoubted Ihips bound thither were doubly whcli feemed next to a conviction that they intended being at war with us before return of thofe ihips to Old France and by n ay of i e fjeir ami encroachments in North the peace ofAix la Chap isake their laid homeward bound Ships by which means we mould at once have eight ot which would be dmhi2 the whole courSe of the war Whether bis Grace die n apprize the Regency theDuke of Cumber land and his then at with the fubftance of letter in cohiequence of the the fure So pointed was into and Sooo Frerch Hctjdy brought liefoie c cf being fome mnris And whether the fir itmen in ugh Ley called us pirates t have not declared har this Step of the London was a nf of whiciiriiind ai tlftii during the courie of the r Whether his Grace the Dske was net thoroughly the berbins indefatigable in or the of French whch has proved fuch an prefervatian oi the current coin of the jistScn from going to nt iaine time has hiiLs int he mannfaciires of Wliether Grace the Duke of not alfo Ivnv laborious the beriain was foinnny years his to fuu prefs tlii pracdce of the great he had in pianing n bringing to 5 matunty tiie reduction of the cxcie uoon tea in T45 hj Msjeilys Exchequer rapeJ an extraordinary revenue of utnvards o and the have nunorted upwrdsof fixty millions of pounds weight of at one ihiiiing have yielded them an extra proiit of upwards of time millions iteiiing upon the the prtfent Chamber lain of London may not with great propriety ap peal to the candour cf his tic of Kew caitiefor the veracity oithe HIT facj above they were molt of tliem comnm nicared to liis by the Chamberlain and all of them tranfailed during ihe ailminiitri tions of his his late roMier tiie Right Henry And ifny doubt can be but that his Grace wiil uie his intereft to obtain the Receivcrlhip of the for the prefent Chamberlain of who is a candidate the London ty ril 2 This day his Maiefty will goto thaJIoufs of to give the royal afiint to biJU as arr he that an extraordinary inelien ej rnved on Monday from Lord aT the Court of France and that his Grace the Duke of Rich mond will in a few days fet out again for kn i Hi of of fame negotiations between the rivo It is reported that fome additioird hips of I sad toices will fueedily e appointed for the of Saturday Isft George Efq gave a granft entertainment at his houfe in Boltoii nt were preient his Grace the Duke of Lord and many other perl J Extraflofa letter jrtm Great proinitions are going on in army it i follow I the Prince Seems militarv exrrctits his te f i the fiinees f sany oher of and attend iie ice That army wiii be on fine other rlnt in re of the Scots follow fflr rhr t John Houitoun and Chailes Colonels John Mac Leud houn Lieutenant Ciione ham and Jciin Mac Leoci Kobeit Dsuglas made Captain of a 1 of dead 3 iNTicolion made Captiu Coimn n if Gr in silnce of Roljrt made Lieutenant if GIT i Nicoiibn   

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