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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 2, 1766, London, Middlesex and F R i D A MAY HAY K E M A R AT THE INGS THEATRE in tht IV the jd ot will be per formed t new Serious called L E R O E C 1 N E S The iiific composed by Wfth new anci Pit and roxes to be put perfons be admitted without which ill be de iivered Femerrow at the aid at half a guinea each Gaaery By their M A JE S FI E S No perfon whatfoever to be admitred behind the nor into the The pit and will be opened at To begin at an hour after fix Vivant Rex M Y 3 O N E G A R D E N mufical will be continued J every evening during the Summer Vocal Mifs Taj and a young gentle A Miuical ADDRESS to the TOWN the words by Samuel the mulic by Admittance one hilling each The doors to be opened at five the muiic to begin at half after Vivant Rex There will be a proper guard on the road and in the to protect the company to and from the T3 FrtebvUcrs of the of b A L O AVIivG this day at a general and very nurne rou of me gentlemen Clergy and Free kieis cf vhis the honour of being put n as a candidate to fucceed your late vonhy Richard I re turn y Ju my mci thanks for the great honour conferred on m rud the tayour of your votes and at the on Thurfdaythe 8th of The or the time I natter May apologize for nuking that pcricna which niv as well as my prompts me to 1 Your iiicit and humble April BRiDGEMAN April To ihs of ike cavity oj ifAVING had the honour which I mall ever gratefully acknowledge o being nominated a a majority ot a numerous meet ing of the and held here this b the appointment ct the to couiider of a proper perion to repretent this county in in th room of late worthy member Lyfter and the time beiore ttau which be at this place on Thurlday the 8th of being ib ihort as no to admit ef a per ibnal beg leave to take this method cif the favour of your votes and inercitat the which wjli confer a lasting obligation yourRaoit And humble CHARLES r I i i ii i AT near Richmond in by and Youth are care imly and expeditioufly initructed in every weceffary accompliflunsnt for the public of or commercial plentifully iupplied with wholefbme decently accommodated and all other at twelve pounds per For nleafe to appfy to Tull in Long Wettmmfter in Car nabyftrest at the in Vil Vorkbuildings in Hog Soho in Black Friars in Grants Bermondfey in Fi hp j or to at jcnathairs from ten to is now in and attends from ten to twelve at price 6 J engraving by Hall TLis dsy a virv of a medal juil litiick tV ih ingenious iisnuui f verv in North in t ieir neatly engraved and anew fong jet to UiiiVERSAL and COMPLETE ot KNOWLEDGE and A Several numbers cf the Univerfa Mufeum fQr out of p it is ne to 3afcrm the public that cornpka fets may price lix in orbsuud in cuih by giving orders 10 t UGGS either in town or by at the KICJTNAL THRFE FLvrirn the firft houfe in ScroopscovuT cppohte Andrews being kiKAvn the iirft Tnnfc in the city and fuburhs of after fc vt His abilities may we known rn euouiririPat that capinl and well known the Two which makes hundred and were five oriix years KOO with thefe noxious vermin atthe Actons at Ciap eharn i ar risxtoii and numbers ot not room to mention here where c u iatisficiory account of thofe being foully destroyed by Andrew fitter others ihave proved I alfo eugnge to look after I at the rate of one fmliing a vtar Any gentlemen may a on the ihortett a rut At a meeting of the of the Hefl Indian and Notb America at the Kings Arms March ioj AGREED THAT SUCH POINTS AS ARE ADJUSTED AT THIS SHALL HAVE THE GENERAL CONCURRENCE AND ASSISTANCE OF THE WHOLE TRADE ON BOTH SIDES TO CARRY THEM INTO that fhe duty on foreign melaffes im ported into North be reduced to one penny iteiling per gallon and that every poflible method be adopted to enforce the full and jull collection of that that the importation of foreign rum to North America continue to be that foreign and be allowed to be as articles af into thofe places only of North Amerka where re gular Cuftomhoules are ihere to be lodged in warehoufes under the care uf the Kings with liberty to export to any parr of under Inch regulations as may judge If landed in to be free of in the Kings till that foreign cotton and indigo be allowed to be imported into North America and the Bririlli merely as articles of free of and to be exportedfrom thence to Great Britain under the regulations of enumerated that the confumption of foreign fugars be permitted in North on payment of duty iteriing that all fugars imported in to Great Britain from North America be that the duty of ieven ihibings per hun dred on Enghlh and a hallpenny per pound on be taken that the duty on wines lie To be SOLD by AUCTION by At his great in near the Haymar on Wednelday and the yth and 8th of A Collection of and Dutch belonging to of Rothbourn To be viewed on Monday the to the time of which will begin each day punctually at 12 Catalogues may be had of April WHEREAS the partaerfhip which I was con cerned in the bufmeis of a fugar hath been lately diffoived and determined fore all perfons that have any demand on the laid late arc ddired forthwith to fend an account to in order to receive for the final diiirbutjon of the faid partnership effects being intended to and all pertous indebted to the faid late areio pay their debts to I being impowered by each oi the part at the defolurion or the laid partnerfliip3 to receive and fettle the JOHN BOOKS on Tnis and Every Day Ey DAVIS and R E Y M E R Overagamft THE Libraries of the late of Hackney the late John ot Lm comsinnj Efq and feveral oihers containing near Twenty Thoufand in diiierent Sciences and Languages many of them in fine and fplendidly with the price of each article my be uad at the place if Where tiie uli value is given for any 7his day price DilTertation on the and Putrid Sore Throat Allo on the Putrid ever together with their Diagnolticks and method oi By P E N R O S Fruited for near Templebar j and at Where may be by the fame A Treanfe on price An on price A Phylical Ellay on tne Animal price Ibis ifij are The Sixth and Seventh Volumes of THE HISTORY of the which corn pleat from the Foundation of the Sec of to the By ARCHIBALD Efq To be had at at the in Flect flreet at in Ludgattitreet at at tha m Patei noiter Row at the corner ot the Old Jewry 5 and at the authors in lacing Bondftreet where complete itits may be Fcr tte letters A REAL To the P R I N F E attempts argue bae can difappoint with a or ruin even A ce els heinous indeed in in than ailual evil and y would it be punihied bv it is was it nor from the univerfality of its practice and the unctr of afcertaining the juft dsmagcs which tha aggrieved may the eye of every fuggeflion that hint an or i held in the fame dettbi AS real corn million of the crime To contradict rhe prefent dHtrefsful mua tion of our winch is vilible to every and to dcuy the exiftence of Grievances winch are feMrby she whole are fuch grofs nbfur as are to be numbered with only convpolc he principles of rank and ought to be treated with contempt and Arithmetic is but of little in tht adjuring SKCO nomicrd if we can be perluadeci to believe t lint a of meat cjils us no more at this time it did thirty yeais ago and rcclirtg mirit be J i ed as a i idiculuus sfFeccaiion to trc hhips of if the proof or it iv to oo by logical demonftration fuch attcnrpts have btcii i in to cer tiUhs whion lome f your have and even denied too witu uufVelinoremorfc in fpite of the experience of a whole It requires no tuprnatuial abiitie to dttect the Fhe jji and the iLiLiiiUr are too clofirly connecteti to impofe on difceiiiihg when men are fljamrleis ii thvir cannoi expert to rind tiuth intlcir Coi rupt ientiments are the Uiurour of a and tlc of the man is often Lo be read the tile of the to tlie contiary may be as I have known a vtiy bad initriiuient to tolerable from the kilfuiiiifs of the1 player it is not every in urnment is neither is man Jiii hj po In fpeculativc there is often imes great rooin fur contradiction and we hardly differ more in our faces than we do in our but ths many eviU with which this country is at prefent cur it is a matter of aitoniihment that there fhould be a iingle individual to revile the objects who groan under thefe rmih lcrs to leL about in a feriaus manner to di the ixtilitv cf Siicli brazen adverLutrs are enougli t roitie the indignation of a d are defcrvin an expuifion from all civil fuci etKs v fur the men that will make light the mikries of trill nayer be to abet the ruin of a Government owes its exigence to the harmony of the and every new intrufion cf impolitic or glaring to popular prys its and paves the way for anarchy aid deitruction none then can be ihe of Go vernmentthat are no promote s of fit Members to rule who are not apt to narchy iikewife derives iis proteclion trora tht cf its and which cannot bo built on a n foliJ bale than tie love of the people wiufc tioii mult efernruiy be kept alive by ttchons of pub lic and whofe will mutt be flattered by a co incidence of iiational Every in fact is nothing morethan a larger govenud only by dilferent if the head of the latter is iniac quanti with the quarrels of his ex erciiiny tltc power cf eftablifted overlooks 1 I irofi ediynx ibe drOOp O 5 Poor e thar hoT week a err iin tchd hi re j folution ro lei f hve rruial oi i to retrench Hv i j vi j of can 1ur j OJt on the j doe njt croVi i n are to3 dereit a Htive eight a ird tle figuring off in vT roT n i ut no iiirte t or be fdi by fuch conduct i Euid furry I tha it is 5 conduct much in j i lie in five Jbldat a eaiioii The ravou in Ls K cf Jiiged to go after them and I alfo recommend to inch 1 bug liquor how to or n Hi s K anU buy ar I ob Li the have that are goinj to to hav fuch cai pitlveir being peileredwitu tnut ver qaJ Betvare ot a in i7oeom i no witii Tonisrrov tviil be price At m NUMBER of the eatiried THE To be continued Printed for oppofite in Pic Of whom may be of the fame A CATALOGUE of a collection of valuable with the which are now All new publications aud the bell of all kinds of STATIONATY fuel as thick Dutch and plain fine Englifh paper haft Dutch Jvioblemtn and Gentlemen may always have any on the fhorteil PROPOSALS for PRINTING by coniilting of original jmira JL tionsofthe and an intire of by GEORKE of the Middle Efq author of an epiitie from William Lord RuiTe1 to WiLiam Lord La Subscriptions are and a fpecimen of tha i work with propofals and conditiuus at i by Dodflsy in Pallmall Almon inpiccadihy i Davits in Covcugarden Uecket DC Hondt sntheictran 1 lianis ncrit to tlte Mitretavern in Fleetfirct r Graysinn Holborn j Ludgate hill Nicoll iis Priuis church j and Richardlbn ud Uuquhart under tie of whom may be price one iSiuliug the fecoud edition of tiie abovementioned Lsifile as auo by the i who be directed to at the Giecian coffeehoute or fpokeu with at hii chambers in the j SmnptiRv threfce mull be revived to ba nifli luxuy give the iinifh ing blow to oukruptcies or iruper j wid r1 of every that Le j to the public and ftili op i be ilie fate c f our hsuourinc The 11 completion ot lo hippy an event will fuppr the i t ns tothe vice mod1 innpo the abCnrd i f 1 i F i n the witSi rhe aoiihiiiire r i j cs f j I It wiI b Vc or j tothe diifuie a the 1 try will op pots ot j l j dently pregnant otth ulterior ltr i verfc j j tue and exck of it i in deihucficn i a our jj cs aui fr its to be to the luxuries o a peopk o ce whsre whteu has io ottcir tue empire No no H no fortune whatever is c leir ii ex nor the oivts or national nA A VEAR Hji to htc it it li is mere ii boti fucrocd iTom M the o iump uary y i ars rcvv nd jj A for the better iurUhuig fcor ii ith at a renfcunble i obiect t t f their will rallv deicit hi iervice and it the farmer allo is rrriis in its tiie iubjects revolt from liven Long has the public been in expectation of ireior fbiiie tneafure adopted to repuhte the heavy pric o but our expectations are not lihcly to be febcirated tliis Were the denes of our Urev anccs to be rebearied at they may grow fince that is the theatre for the excrcion 01 tuinutii iai talents but iurely if the ct u Let us not n r ir vr ralrr fry for it is I ioilv to the to t a cjiar 1 priity in we have but Itre tiicoaragemeii ro it is maintained with dignity in prtva ci ridiculous and unbecoming i it to bsirekt MiiiittLf of Stats figuringit osi the Turf as to lee a PrimKB actinfi on or a Lord Chaaecllor jiggmg with a of milkmaids round ths Let me not be charged with ar rossnce tor cenfuiing men in the application of their it be are at liberty to fpend as thy But we deny A ilei is one of the fir ft fervanrs of the and ifts people have a right to cenfure him if he his or acts eneath the of Ls who frequent te and pluce of can have bur lurk ieifiire f r theweighty concerns of and as the country yays them for their their time ought to be wholly devoted to the lervices of their reflection I here cal upon our prefent Miniiiers by their paine me not little becuiie I reipeft their charadiers and as awl it is my duty to wake their with fuci hisits as may be improved to their hououi ts I do not deem any of them Kr old as J a pati iot yet fr while a country is lo with lo immenfe a debt as ours and irs olfresrs d not ierve her they are ro or honoured wirh the appellation of even ii their conduct otherwife be ever lo Among all the Britilh is there not patriot worthy to introduce lo Ib difmtereltrd a fa In on If the privilege of ctiftom is let us fay with that it would be hoiieufed n the breach than the ij calanrity of piitching u too fi I troth lo of even tbe of a j Tftltjir expenses incrcafe a tuird ujon theia without troercafe of can their pc fiblv fupport when e all knowthac I cur ici tbe decline 1 ora i I d in a ill ro nc j i trifle at the cxpiradcn of the year a r uia s cfi H ary and if there is not ctiiy an adv ne of llbut even of rnulc be to a o ruptcy Etui oi all the M cf prcfeiliro or mount to no ruerE at t ins i iod rhan what rue feven e j impolitic it Vrs to reti eeJ to ey tha rf it as I
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