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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 7, 1766, London, Middlesex W W E D N E S D A M A Y AT THE KINGS THEATRE in the on Saturday the loth of will be performed a new ieriaus called L E O E C I N E S The idufic cornpofed by W5th 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 faid at half a guinea each Gallery five By their MAJESTIES No peribn whstfoever to be admitted behind the nor into the The pit and will be opened at To begin half an hour after fix Vivant Rex MIDDLESEX For lick and lame and lyinginn Marybone May Right the Lad of Pre VI CE Rioht EarlGower Sir William Proc Lord SrofVenor Lord Scarfdale j Sir Henry J JL anniverfary featt of the Gavernors of this will be held at Cornelyss Great in on Tuefday ttie 13th STEWARD Sir Sir Roger Sir John Sir John Sir John Sir John Sir Peter Le Right the Ear of Thanet ffhe Right the Earl of Shaftsbury and of Warwick The Right Lord Abergavenny The Rbgiit Lord Richard Efq Petre Edward Efq The Right Lord John Gideon Viicou it Peter may be had at in Sohofcruare at tbe Hofpital the in Cornhill and at tlie Grofve Dinner to be on the table at four 1 his Liy n A COLLECTION 01 State Trials in being volume 9 and to compknt the eight volumes already Containing trials for and various otner crimes and Above twenty of thefe trials are now firit printed from the rtil from printed publifhed lines the feventh and eighth j Printed for I Davis and t and Owen fold alfo by I and and all the j of London and j Where be being the feventh i and eighth to compieat gentlemens fix volumes in A few printed on large This day are PFvOPOSALS for printing by in ovo large volumes in The ELE and of the principal REGU LAR BUILDINGS in SCOTLAND together with fe veral WEW done for fome of tlie noble mea and gentlemen of that To which will be added the particular feitions of the beft rooms built in Scotland alto 16me deiigns of buildings far the decoiMiiou of parks and Ey the late WILLIAM Efq And continued by his JOHN Efq This work will confut of 160 near one fourth of which are whole There will be above 200 folio pages of done by die belt and printed on a French colombine pa The prkv to fubfcribers will be five of which two to be paid at and three on delivery of the book in A defcription or explanation of the plates ball be printed in English and after the manner of Campbells VI The work lhali be delivered on or before March melt of the prints being already en which mty be feea at and In the and it in Pall mall by whom fubfcriptions are taken SOCIETY of A R T I S T S affociated for the relief of their difrreifed their nnd THE EXHIBITION of this body for this year is at Moreings great room in Maiden which will be open from ieven in the morning till eight in the Admittance each per fon the catalogue L Secre There is a convenient turning for ferrants in livery can be B O O K b on bAL This and EvefyDay By DAVIS R E Y M Hoiborji HE Libraries of ihe late New of Hackney the John of Lire5 Eflj and ieveral others containing near Twenty Thoufand in different f aad Languages many of them in and plendiiily with tbe price of each article j may be had at the place at Where tbe still value is given fcr B O a 111 dav is THOMAS PAYNEs CATALOGUE forthe Year 1766 Containing Twenty Thoufand Volumes of goad in all langaages and facul and in fine Catalogues to be had price at Brother Cornhill Childs Pauls church yard FUet ftreet without Templebar Charingcrois Rid Jamess ftreet anil New Bondin ect of the at Oxford and j Cambridge and at the place of Tho in next the Meule Martins where the full value is given fjr any or parcel ot The two fcllowmg an frj by Mad Lt Prince de m the ETiERS to Luc 1 1 price i lie VIRTUOUS or the MEMOIRS of LA DE pjice oppolite Catherineilreet in the to Where may be r rench of the above books and the fallowing works by te fame either in French or in Magazin price Magazin des 4 12 price 1 Suite izmOj price bound to be nor to fatisfy or incence the people without giving the reafons at large there willTcate the and produce of an acre the genereus Englifhman to de terHjint whether bethinks it juft or Loneft to de tiie firmer of his property at fuch a Xjood commonfield in imfl parts of iets for and upwards but leaft I should bCaccufed of I will itate it only at acre as evenythirTTyear is a the rent be comes land has a lien by at five hillings an acre j ami as it is impoffible for me to ufcertain the ex aft expence to a farmyrwho ufes his ovrn and as hiring the ploughing is very common in every county in itate the three ploughings prepa at fifteen including the I am is under irated by Three btifliels of feed is allowed to nt four flxillings a is and harrowing at is Thaie charges are only for the feed and labour there remains the expence of its carriage and and thefe may fairly be charged at and I will venture to that no farmer who manures and weeds his ground has an acre of good wheat at leis than three pounds e I make no charge for the inning the crop at har threihing it and carriage to be caule the chaff and Itraw are fuppofed ts pay for Three quarters of wheat an acre clear after deducting the is a very great and more by a load than half the land in the kingdom even in a good in confequence ofEfquire Omegas is to be fold a quar the better to accommodate the civil London When this order is put into the farmers account of expences and re ceipts will land thus i jofeph of Fleet L papj the an ia the nftein at j J J ilin of rtipon bi Yoi kf i nialt and of U tvve vc at at lohn in Jluc H t J of the cf hi N citvr of n tue county Of i Golden Lion in i Lawrsnje ncr I the 29th cf a in the at j t 1 L ON D O I i TbcHoufeef Commons did nor break till elcfen I oclock kill Monday i It is that th great orator has onidone j former by ipiat d and eloquence lately in oppohtion ro grncra This was price In Three the Second of SERMONS by the la JAMES Due To which is prefixed an Lffay on ths Characler of the Printed for W in The fcconu and third volume may be had may be by the Author of thei It and id never bf fore the Third j Revelation Examined with Candour A fair Inquiry into the Senfeand Ufeof the feveral Rej velationi exprdly or fuinciendy implied to be to from the as they are fcmnd in the Bible in price bound Dilfertations Pafiagcs of the Sacred j by John late PrcfefTbr of Grefliara price bound Expellee of acre of Rent 076 Three preparatory ploughings and harrowmgs o 15 0 For at a o ii o Far fowing 050 For trench weedin 09 Three ot wheat fold by I Her at k in orj dcr to redact bread to a quartern J d 9 0 2 JO 6 II Omega is an T believe he find the neat profit on an acre of wkeat by the above account to be SIXPENCE a mofln n ample reward to the peer farmer for all his toil and trouble and this will acrear a rtiil more noble pro vision for the when we confider tint he lays out of his money a twelvemonth that he has to pay the poors and other taxes to pro vide for Us bis his and the letters tgrteJ A PUELL PillLALK E and juftice very our j T7o day is Andrew Dury and John in Dukes oppofjte Martins P R I M M O oblige us to cio ev power to alleviate the dntrefies of eur fellcwcreatures but I can not conceive it to be either huma or j to deprive one fett of people of the pofiibiiity of ex order to add f Lcptrfluiiies to an other in j which is literally the cafe of thofe at call advocates for the as all their j fchernes tead only to take tiie coarfe brown bread out of the mouths of the really uillrifled country a Topographical Map of Hertford in ten H in order to give the London manufacturers meets ot imperial on a fcale ot two inI j their flf e WHITE bread at half Ofces to a mile 5 in which is exprefled ill the main and crofs noble and gentlemens and every thing remarkable in the with the diviiion of the alfo tne plan of Hertford and The aid John Andrews and Andrew beg leave to acquaint that the map of the of on the fame is ia great for j All noblemen and gentlemen who pleafe to encourage tlie are requefted to fend their fubTcriptions to Andrew in Dukesj court where fpeeimens of the work may be feen or to the furveyors ia the country j fubfcriBers uaiuss are to be engraved uvthfi Thofe gentlemen who have been pleaiid to fubfcribe lor the map of are defired to fend for their in order to be ferved the firit At the above place may be had all forts of Eug and foreign plans and CASE of a C A T A A c ftOME little time Sarah at ia DavisSj White applied to in Hattoa being blind with a cataract in each Thffkft eye being and fit for Taylor after a few days nsceilary preparation of the patient performed the operation in the pre fence of fome gentlemen of the faculty j by which the faid Sarah with the molt imaginable little was reftoreu to and eye rendered as perfectly clear ftill continuijig fo as if it kid never been Taylor can produce to any dubious psr numberis iniiauces of his fuccefs in the cure of as will convince them of the great fu periority of the operation of 10 that of ex tracting the chrykailiae the fiift beiag in moft fure the dangerous siid Iaylor jiay be fpoke with every and confulted in all the variety of cjfor j M h j jn J inp very little only a repetition of the fame aitful and incendiary declamations and has at laif been fo far explicit as to inform that a quartern loaf of the beft vvheaten bi ead ought to be fold for only To how whether this is ever poiTIble to be I will analize the expence U attending the growing the and making the jj and leave the impartial public to determine on the if the farmer at that pries could pofii by The laws of this country havegsnerally been found ed on no man has ever been lefs compelled to work being Though the modern mean to give the baker any thing for his trouble and yet the old and modem relating to the affize of So long fince as the baker is allowed the bran and two findings far making a quarter of wlscat iuto The allowance frauds thus Furnace and wood o Miller o Two journeymen aad two o and fackbanda o his his his DOG and his CAT In QusenZlizabetlis about an hundred years it was raifsd to fix fljiUings a quarter and at by the 3 dt of George the tlie baker is allowed the which is the A quartern loaf at makes a quarter of wheat whan made into Twelve millings of this belongs to the baker fo that if bread wasibid at the the fanner can have only bjiiul for his prime which I o 6 o 4 5 O dcrs incident to the eyts in the treatment of he can fafely he has had more uicit is lefs than it colts mm out of rieuce and fuccef any practitioner in tliis king ln I like want my CAT fuirers by the high price of as well as the inhabitants of and lias a large dead Itock oi implements for I mail make no farther as the above account Ineaks for but conclude with a quo tation Millers Gardenners and Huf bandmans a man celebrated both for knowledge of the he has wrote and his impartiality undr or xouil find the following When the wheat is fold much under four hil lings the the farmer cannot pay hirent and live nor can the poorer fort f people afford to purchafe good bread when wheat is fold at a price much higher than fix hillings the buihel whsn it is at a medium between there can be no great caufe of complaint on either At four fniliings the which is far three the farmer may get aiiout acrs on which he may tlio1 not like a London on WHITE BREAO AND PORTER i but at half a it is absolutely im poifible for him to keep foul and body from concerning the iivi cj is and be infer ted N DON G A A K T T May The King has been pleaicd to appoint William Efq to be one of the Com miifioners for the fale and difpolal of lands in the iflands of the in tlie room of Hugh Eiq B A N K R U P T John Kendall and John cf in the pariih of colourmen and partners and joint dealers and to furrender the Stla aiui and i7th of at ten in the at Robert late of in the pa rifti of dealer and thei4th and iStb and ith of at five ia the at Robert the parifh of Pan and nowcfthe KingsBench prifon in dealer and the gth and i3tii and lyth of at four in the af at William of Northfleet in dealer and the gth and iyth and jyth of at four in the at John now or late of the 2ad and and ith of at eleven in the at the in BJJS jor making tbe dividends oj ejlates to James of Henley upon Thames in Ox tiie atteninthe at the White ill Porgieler in Qx Extrafl of a Lali poit brought hipi di J patches for his returning 1 of j his concern from the effects this intfiligence j j after perufai he was tvkcn j tremely was let and is at this time I in a very weak it wasimpouibie receive a more unwelcome piece of The pie here rejoicj much oi tiie j ExiraTi of a lelier fram in J J J 3 j There is nctlnng en here at fut milifiary which we are obliged to attend ibrca days ouc of and the fun ii io that it is enough to knock a man d The fon of our mulLering o r on of many rebellious negroes m this rhle ieliowgc among the new force furli t join tli and have already killed many white at Dif ferent a crue Extracl of a Jrom 7 In the night be the lorli and icth o the of the I fie f thrown into a terrible contlernation About oclock the volcano began to on fh ibuihirili a liiflls below the a fulpliui eo s accm panieu with a iuoterraneo is which till whsn of li e iruei f out of the fame and furmed iianuna Several of the innabitants th t i nrcriv t ake 1 a refoluaon of j Goveriimeiit ro put a itop to their by a In the night of tiie nil i ttances proved more ts i j of the fubteivaneous as the the abundant of the eiiiption cf and other n1 to that tiC loon ever i no fome new eruptions appeared en ihr ac tvo a lkie each but attended narv tiiat the ereatr part rj billoved tiiernuo be preludes to an ilie j aiiiied to the ths as tiu j pent up in the not ill j once through t ililied forth a nar a iha j i lioufe of ot r tint fo tiiatin a cw I part of the ground Ti tie j Itones had dulharged by the for c oft i the of ihe trees were fho k a very e jj and all the places around ueol wrh I and burning fparks of Theie ar j ances continued till the third of the f t ji wiien a thicker fmoke than any i wth bitiiininous calcined and other I iflued through the apertures of the w 1 i i great and made the ground tke ille infap HJ both by aad tiie iuffoc tting ji o the Althetrets on th ot 11 lately to either buint or At hut lent oideisto the inh to j j provide nith water in i of which ar toi to b dreaded fro n r jp j i lions of iucii long icii itiil Continued ji at the time tliek letters came j Letters nij t iat tbe rim iac jl woucl not aay i i a iocv j appear at Court in the LreiKn h 1 u I1 call on eel comTiCti c aatLtb fiiit bad been intiJtcd ii Trev iro a M t late 11 tions in baa tbe for tic t thcir illaiuib ritudAd alia in J i Letters from Leghorn i is c b that tiie dc ortc n i tating raoii at j i i t civwn o ij bcaJ j Advice has at bat a m g M niiice it ci and with of SIN A ou tbe f late King mctbo and Ch v 1 icbain he mrui conic to tbe i To iiib b 1 TY during this was got bs vhicii his I condefcended to bid liim Ken i pkaLvi to ttli tbe Chambe lain how al neb in aid the nabju ebto him tbe ifrvice vise cedmgdays taking him by the SKouto IT continue to sxrt which rrdingiy bid to tie end Her of being thru u Lhariiher lairgot cut of the other lide of the Soon arer his Royal as of his
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