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   Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 6, 1766, London, Middlesex                                IVew u T u E S A MAY to from the P O L I C exienfive Sale of GAZETTEER A NEW ABVERTJSER jchud to tbt channels tbrough which it has latelj been tbt of detecting fo many and of ap fo niaey that it may hi THIS PUBLIC Jlr tilt creations of this k Botv be conftantly inferted in THIS PAPER andif sUCH INFORMATIONS am preperly to by JTABL Jamc P R O K H R J E L L K 51 LV E R S MIT BUYERS t F SECONDHAND j bcries tfcape di R o H s make Uie oi the crUis their laies ro F 1 E L D I N G s front G o o sM IT s H A L ii ifl or toy 1 diffaich ta all filler by ibeprinitrofihis April antikrttbsldcrs of the county cf AVISG bad the honour winch I fhall ever Acknowledge ot being nominated a b majority of a numerals meet and freeholders held o the hre ihis by the appointment ot tlie to cf a prooer nerfon to rcprefent this county in the room ot your late worthy for defired to flop the and Lyfter A F O R G E R E Public Coven WHKREAS Hands charged upon oath before the Lord or on a violent fuipicioU crt hav ing fiiiftiy forred count or of having published as knowing the ftrne to be falily forged and as under de moft of which thefaid otherwife by many deceitful and fraudulent got accented of which Iranfaction this public notice is given to prevent the negociation of the laid bills and the better to dececi the will apprehend the laid Han nover otherwile or give fuch notice as may be the means of His btin to the Right the Lord Mayer or to Sir John hall receive reward of John of Cannon on his being committed by the afore faid or any other Magiftrate arid as it is apprehended feveral perfons are concerned in the above if the aforefaid Elias otherwife or any of will themfelves to the above they will beadmi for the If any of the bills ihonld be offered for or in payment for the Serfons to whom they maybe are deiired to op the togeiher with the and give notice as above or if any perfons have already dif or taken any of the faid bills in payment and the time before the elec tion which will be at vhis place on Thurfday the 2th j of May next So 1 ii give notice as at vhis niace on Iliuriday tne ath j jhort as not to admit ot a perI s on James Ellis March Daniel to Vifreng and on James Eilis 200 Win jos all from at 2 March Daniel to Andrew beg leave to tske thiarnadTCid of j j on Daniel Appleton deliiinothe favour of yorr votes and imereiiaf the l March Daniel to Vifreng and which confer a lilting cbligukm your moil And humble OaEPH VAUXj ar PackHorte and in rxir Biiliopf returns lus fincere thanks iis who have been extremely kind conti nuing fo much their fince he svas burnt out at the late dreadful lire in and leave to acquaint them and the thee le is removed into his which is on tiie lame ipot where his former and has bad in a large new and freih allbvtment of the mft fouiionabie goods for the fpring which he is to fell on the low sit and humbly Intreats his friends and fernier cufvoniers to favour with a continuance 6f their which lie ever efteemed as rhe For he C O U N T R SMITHS FAMILY MEDICINE from four to ten guineas defigned for the ite of thofe who are difpoied to do go d to their jkoor neighbours but highly neceiiary tor all Fami lies who live at a dithinee from an abc w of lilncts ai In thefe chetsare rhe medicines mentioned in the ramily ihe iiith edition of which is this day with iome very useful cbfervadons upoiy One of books given with each chert of cpn plain and full directions for adminiftering and properly nurfing the tick alfo innhogany eabinets for the tame Plans of deiign ar March fo lot If on Abbot and Wtbl i Daniel to Thomas on John 150 March Daniel ojafper on anJ Harris 300 The above Elias otherwiie oher wife Elias Hart is a German and came from near appeared to be between 30 and of ill wall black peaks indifferent a a blue was known lately to travel through many counties in EmfooKi with a box of and well known by feveral Jews at an Eatinghouie in frcm which place he A Sale of iilks continues at the op poiite Cheapfide conilifcing of a large and elegant of and plain factins flowerd plain black filks of i all kinds and plain lufvrings likewife great variety of new lilks for the j I Ryder returns his moft grateful knowledgments to hii friends and for their paft and hopes for a continuance of the actions of its that the poor have no advon paients wil cates to no friends to refent their wrongs educatd ch on feeingthe abufes cf have occa j iionally the torrent of its expofed 11 riians of cur c ainrl ini H i plea tivey wii juft eiuinate of ticuui the abfurdity of its and hified the ini quity of its authors till fearlefs of every enemy that oppoied their and difdaijiing every danger that lay before Thus did they con Iran tly notwithltanding they well knew they mull themfelves become obnoxiousbefore they couid be fuccefsf ul 5 to effect a led by a Divine they have openly proclaim ed the wickednefs of the and as baldly al iened the rights of Grievances of are no lefs the objects of the rcformiits notice whofe duty it is to correct the liceniioufnefs of partial to mark the due bounds of minilterial to afcertain the i ful in fonw rogative of imperial to vindicate the privl j mad fuins of the and to wage eternal war with now in Fr defpotic meafures and corrupt He muir j i number exceeds there i ri enumerate emi i be hatf in the imiverai is this I wlio ru fo urn as have often proves tbe o the lie of a member nii h j1 re tne gurr ihc their bcaited j I make 2 preients tOO tedioiS to ro v liUt SO clanp d ccp isave been oia ho too furthermore plead with indefatigable zeal for the encouragement of all ufeful and congratulate his countrymen on every frefh acquilition of and improvement In his whole time and faculties are to be employed for public fcr vices and while he fights the battles of the he muft not expect to reap the Icatt How as he covets no he fears ment his wifhes centering in the merit of prorno iigencs be ting univerfid good and 1 or m no it j To then a crK perverts the T rir troduces by degre i j French are too j opportunities to cur pve rrting it twenty pounds for a Te tor a noblemans j for trie benefit of edu by their naiT i like what and and p cf cur ru are given at Smiths cuyrnical in Ncwgate wear CheapiVde where only thole chells are io be day is frit NARRATIVE of what parted between General Sir Harry Erikine and Philip Efq fn confequents of a Letter wrote by the latter to the of relative to the publication ot iome Letters Poetry of Wortley then in Tliic for nex Fleetilreet and the liicknelles the Mitre corner of Sickvilie j and affures that many of the artisks will be fold at the prices appraifed which is hot lefs than frarn ro to 20 per under the original N E W is O O HASSELQtHSTs VOYAGES and f TRAVEL Sin thc L E V AN in the obfervanoas on Ibis day h price SONGS of M A S O N R By WILLIAM WYLD a Printed fW Richardfon and bookfel under the llcyal and fold by all other bookfeilei i in town and ILLIAM C ATI in hiving a large colieclion of drawings of ori ginal defigiis sn iuoh as eleva anxangft which there is a very noble de fijrn for a of his on large fheets of tjie Holy Land 52 aU executed by a maiterly and never and natural the Scrip jj I or Otfcred to ale may now be pur A KEY to t introduction on te in the Pi packet p 3 U C F L C T1 C N crinci Sweden By Sir a tore or entered to iale 5 may now be pur chafed all together or the palace fepitrats by ap plying as a NEW With an oiparties alluded to in neat Of Pievsn Prjiatta Gravsin for asd to ihe Prince oppoGte PROPOSALS for PRINTING by confining of original Imita of the andan intire Trsafiation of by GEORGE of the Muhile Efq author of an epiltle from Lord RufLl to William Lord Ca Su ilciipjions are and a fpccimen of the work ith propofkls and conditions at bv proportion as that or Sue is the duty of a England lias produced many of thefe though the prefcnt age is adorned but with very few 5 yet no fcarce ever required a larger or firmer Smit their the leaft of all their arrogate an and burn to honour my illuftrious guides O hadl abilities equal to the the fhould be my jrry my felicity is infufficient to perfect the or none fhould mine fuperior to Omega Conformably to the duty of a zealous imitar r of j the charaetci in I fliall make Iome occailonal Ifofert during my in the field of taxes a fubjedt that has al ready the ableft and the invention of our wifeft financiersTo fuc an enor mous degree of oppreffion are they that our iniuifters themfelves arc at ttir confequences and to confer fully and of lead me a canfine ray Tel f to thof1 eiiiy v are tliought the moi1 u juft and Ccn ctrnlng tiie tax on exclufive of its pariit hac alwajs been held in by noiy fennbe and juicious politicians I can noi but applaud its late for his now on a more equhable Partial taxations are highly to ciples of fresdom nevertheless abound in this Give me leave to name which I g i j i thole neceffary n therr be Difficulties ma pro is to au and of theii that fai undMti the and Curate to Kake qviaricrly and to tincates of cf rl 11 and the anie to rejJcr n to i ioi3 on I num iiiy Hi cij their it c c t cvoii Oti not t ar on li i precious i i a hrJed the copies of the KISTOIRE ET MliMOIREb DE LACAUEMIE ROYALE n pros lexncy near Gray smn Holborn in at Ion Ludgatehill j Nkoli in Pauls ctmrch DodiUy in Pallmall j Almon in Piccadilly Davies in Coventgarden Becket and De Hondt in the Strand Wil to the Mitretavtrn in Flettftreft poes to Jell thvrfii till tne ift a copy in fheet is not yard and Fichardfon and Uuquhart under the j j price t who may be directed to Ht the Grecian cofleehoute tne orig who be to or fpoken with at chambers chafe this valuable Work at to low a are de in to aply to in the I who has copies reidy to dfiivcr upon the of thefe Smli who ra ther have them bound in mat Paris rruy kave them at the fnop the upon paying the cliarge o Ftr the letters Jigned A FRiEND TO THE gfid lajl rted y h ute BOOKS imp Catherineftrect in tlie Mlanges par pe 3 Triire de la Coulcur de Li Pean fJumaine en ge par Le de TExiltence rie ia Narare Pro prietes des par Le Berlin Peiifees de i Paris Robinfon Nouvelle imitation de PAn J a Paris Hiltoire General avsc la Description du Cabinet clu tome Pans Les des Nations de drveicne relativement an Poemes de the of every kind fall under the cognizancs of a refor and thofe which immediately nrFecr the poor fhould always at tract his peculiar they be protection thuie whicli only relate to the and the conimercial arts for isa natural arbitrary motive of uioor li dinate the vain pkaiuie of tributary homage too apt tyrannize from influence of ill and often profligate for the want of indeed being the it it can therefore inherit but litile to Aonder at its frem die attacks t f its nan Vi is tee of its and from the ceive to be vcri unjuit in it0 and if it is put on the fain footing with the late improvement of the windowlight the government wiii raife at leaft a year extraordinary by It is an artice too of luxury and and thoe kind of articles are never to be fpared to the full extent of becaufe tliey affeft only the opulejit the The tax I mean u the Piate Permit me to offer another not unworthy of and from which the government may raife Ii3r no inconfiderable In the finl let a rei j cr gulation be made in limiting the h aloliili the mean and fcandalous prafrice of and then iinpoie on maicers the fum of fort of very meet with and tne ihruhi member1 the Nor taxe on ceility to urge are ai ways I are ot rean ri tair the that an 1 be lillings a head for every livery and four jj the harddu oundsfor each univcried that mall be jj the ufual nainrained in their li k lliould be j from i c pounds maintr that the rich already pay their quota oi be it that the rich arc better able to afford efoccialiy they have never been rated to the I J i full and when we further that tliey have j faddled us with a valt 11 is but that they fhould bear the heavieft impolitic would it be in any government to enact the forfeiture of the whole eftate of every man in oi prc edents to or of ne of ncefaries ofopprcf hf picductive jn ver cur and Linay tvsr expect tluir cur accumra difnoncur and diMas Eriion ivouldgn if he had the but when into a ft Ue of the government by power that i confcnting or perpetrates an in 1 glorious peace for the damages iulcained from fucli 1 exci do not only ruin the i mined bt o gen era Eriton of th Uut late pofterUy itfelf muit fed chaarfully and the more evidently ncctlFary is fudi a if r a t 111 i L Ui Lcruf pi birn tbt penfion v and fyirit iii c the h J fiiVlCfi TO hia C and the thecoaiilry immcrfed in thereof are F no fuch act is in i force with would it be or even unno to triply rax men towards the fooner 1 leffening ourimmenlfc mortgage whofe very j fooner or if they have any vir it they have any love tor their but irl it5 have the leaft fpark affurediy cvirfe and it is tha LfifV ivill of evili were not thcmielves ttie Sole a all fufferers have not power to punilh tne of From attending to our prefent of Pi I am ltd to propjfe one wlioiiy new not fo much from the pecuniary atl vantage may accrue from it do I propofc but from the mrni feft dangers that attend the continuance of that carries with it the marks of ruin to our and It is rcully rUcaniihing that our flature mould furfer a practice avowedly pub and fo evidently To fwpprefs a continuance of I beg leave to propuie doing it by way of tax and a proper it our mmiiters wiii find fuh clent reafon to adopt fuch a The evil I for an evil it certainly is inrreafes daily through all ranks of and which is nothing lefs tiian that cf PARENTS SENDING THEIR CHILDREN TO FRANCE TO BE No plea whatever can palliate fuch a as we have the fame ad vantages for education in this tqinPy as good in every But thefe foolifti frcneLi many of there are fevera sur readers v aricis iom i j ccsi A   

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