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   Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 12, 1766, London, Middlesex                                The Gazetteer and New Daify jidvertijt MA Y H A Y K E M A R AT THE KINGS THEATRE hi the on Thurfday the ifth of will be performed a new tavdunte ferious called D E M O F O O N T The Mufic compoled by With Pit and boxes to be put and no perfons to be admitted which will be de livered That Day at the faid at half a guinea each Gallery five By their MAJESTIES jJo whatfoever to be admitted behind the nor into the The pit and will be opened at To begin at feven oclock Vivant Rex There will be no Opera on on account cf its being Whitfun of ARTISTS affociated for the relief of their diftreffed their and THE EXHIBITION of this body for this year is at Moreings great room in Maiden will be open from feven in the morning till in the Admittance each per fon the catalogue There is a corrvenient turning for No fervants in livery can be There will be a General Meeting This at feven at the Crown and An chor i nt he on Ipecial when every exhibitor is defired to By the Kings Royal Letters IS Majefty having been gracioufly pleafed to grant unto of Isewcaffle upon his molt gracious letters for die ible making and vending of his new invent ed by perfons riding in and ether may with the Lutmolt eafe by a flight pull oi the difcn the horie from the when they are go jug on any or at any whereby the va rious accidents misfortunes which fo frequently by caking fright and running away vith will be ettechilly as has proved by repealed The patentee intends exhibiting in To morrow and Wednesday next at twelve oclock when the com pany of and that will favour hkn with their will have an octular demon ftration of its ACCOMPTANTs Removed fiom Pauli to Nicholas commencing or embarraffed in their who are in need of afliliance in the sccomptant or want ingenu CMS advice in matters of difficulty may rely on be the Devil take his French fafhions he exprefled great at feeing and infiited on my dining with him at his houfe in the country my aid will be at the door directly Mifs and her the great will favour us with their and you fliall make Not being curiofity induced me to take the fparecorner of the and go with them into the as they called it that to High I will not trouble you with all the particulars of our journey and but only tell that it cat me to the heart to fee my friends ion fo great a contrail to his On the road they entertained me with all thatpafled in public they ail I to the city and the affembly never failed at Thingamys in Sohofquare had been at two ridottos this winter loved the Opera and Mifs Pattypan fung us an Italian Air an pudent minx I could have knocked her empty pate againit her fathers jolter When we were introduced to Madam Holland how fhe was drefied in jewels and gold and then her hair curled fix inches from her God forgivejne if I am but I believe it was a when the dinner came how was I amazed to fee the ta ble covered with feven and more fo when I was told there was a fecond ourfe the turbot colt the turkey polts Madam told for me gloried in her I beg for having detained you thus long with fuch but you know old people will be What I meant to tell you our difcourfe after As I came from the Holland and Pattypan attack ed me on the high price of provifions Aut it a fliame fays Holland that poor mould be paying fuch extravagant when we live in a land of plenty meat and butter double the price they were twenty years ago oats a hay it colts me more in one month than it did my father in a year I in ftead of faving ten thoufand be obliged to run if foinething antdone to reduce the price ot My blood boiled with indignation I haftily whether fomething is done or you mull run away if you live thus dont name your poor his table would have been furnifhed tor a week for the money your turbot coil provifions you by a half in your fathers but why were they f o be caufe people lived with more and con fumption was lefs A city habcrdafh in thofe da Is not this laft a fufEciint grant for this M Cirifoiiif ID IK year JVlm hi th is their prefent fchemeofan even Jai noon Au U ivury all carries and fingle reconcieabli ro pr ooci i iorc tne 3 nt J William of I ndhn M the Ought it not to be confined to coaches cner j j dc dcr carriages of infttad of operating Jar j j or before the and Wii anv thing conhderable be ever paid by fuch O N D O as live within the city and liberties of jj Y Y and j M ohsn through the gates nr luci j to inr r r iAUd i j i nt ended to be ro 4 Are not the prefent tiiU taken oil a the will no Secer o Wnio communicating with very Barry and Iku be oude oiiH Vice I wiii not everv Incrcaie be feverely felt hy the pub i i jc 5 i The Parliament will not ie tiii ius oA Will nst fuch increafe dicourase and j ftrta to raile the riLe of provisions j onioiurs e o tb 01 v Y Y Has not inch of to a tendency to f cibiy ocd he prevent the citizens from breathing the tree air of jj Letters iroin Jai fh iv the country H vera pnvate leUerfiom S inpjt t a It thofe Ihould be ars they not likeiy uei p or J n on or to become by bisCathoiK If a i oil on carnages without any j Letters from Par thr will ir ivjt be gii ing of jie to a and to the When the prefent worthy Hiall ut tiivd of the in whole hunds will j j i JjJiilL Ui dev revenue rc thnt a de wlii rvolve the mamgeinent of fuch povero and xhcv n wYo ion MifS venuei going to by cf Is it not tlie duty of every lavaof the to i unloosing to a tenth of j for oppofc the in order to force the connnif the fioners into the leis oi flip r o eu1lcr n plying their future hy 11 j vviich have bijii ietr in i e L O N 1 o N G A Z K T J j K o Li Mount Veiuvius broke oat i I r r r L v v i c u v Mount Veiuvius oroke oat i with on the jj Fen te r fideiuitj hrit empt n and a new Lava ok its i i U11C Mllia orAf nr the I iii rrl d1 between f i between ici and ilns Lava is rcailv trer e d the rn er of fire at fotij i pitat Ivd in length in ionv pac near two in 11 joa r It already deilroyed three j tuation of their s in i YYY j is contiriuins its courle over cultivated i chlnped tor beitfr iw iq jj the tVe The vvithliitiilervand Y Yj Y Y at it and for firlt is as rapid i uartY j j as the river Severn at the near firiit ii j k Counr ce f t Oi I hy cools and ITes irs io as i r i 3th Loa perfon regularly bred and many experienced in and of well known abi lities and character in his He is provided with proper whom ke carefully to poft up write out in fhnple He witlull Cither at home or with due fecrecy clearly teaches thofe converiant in as really by the thorough bred the true of commonly called Italian Attendance at the office from eight to two and from four to A box on the door for the reception of A feparate apartment for pn vate For A the letters A FRIEND to NOBODY hut MY fit lajl To the PRINTER of the LONDON GAZETTEER MEW Good AM an old and little ufed to M in re lian thiity feet in an puNic frointhe YiYY j the King his been plcofed to r The oLicktt j in oi jon to the j j o ii the of Ken t nnd jj I hOthv e Would liave thought he had entertained his friends ci iochUer bv fie ihith of i M i s j iv JLU ui i j into i muei 1iqnieJ laie iiiilup of the laft in Cailo ho o j pYidY arriv1 in Vo I O nobly with a piece and potatoes in the pan j but I fee fourteen in thee luxurious Vig ferved by the proprietor cf this rcarcey fufficient If vour even thofe j ic nsrfin resrularlv bred and many years i cheaper had furinfhed his table like the das digsls of the he oi leaving ten thoufand lived and died a beggar ycur fa ther had no countryhonfe t he had a Thofe who do two houfes Muft often wake when Kthers lleep Though the verfe is not the moral is good j he had no therefore the price of oats or hay hurt not him he neither fubfained nor ialed his time at public affemblies I may fay to you as the friend in Dan Prior fays to the fat you are imking the very evil you complain In youn ger days there want a fhopkeeper in London kept his conch now fcarce one is to be found who defcends to walk j and not only but dancing m afters and fiddlers have their equipages you ufe an hundred times much but ter as was ufed with your and tea your vanity employs five hundred rimes the horfes you confound more ot Gods good creatures at one than would have feafted your anccf tors for a and yet pretend to be amazed that i Coi 1 he to osiih j in the CLonry rr dealer ami oo I 1 111 j Kcbfl t a 1 3 inihnr in 1 ac t Lend A N K R u P T I of in the of in u I ney j liealei aiu cliapm to lurrendcr the i jrh and it j at four in rhe at writing in my fo fafhionabie as it is nor had we an for news papers want general receivers IvbWU D as they are at prefent trs Sfv as j are foobliging to others 5 as to communicate their fentiments and complaints s j to the I dare fay you will j I was years rtident in London but an old Jj in the year and leaving me want i things are not fo plenty as they were the fame ground cant keep grow breed produce pafture your and fupply you with grain the ccnfequence of which you fetch your luxuries at great expence from feventy miles dift ance in our ten miles round London fupplied the town with all I was going when Pattypan and he did not come here for a lecture and be fore I could anfwer Jackanapes the ha tolerable eftate in I preferred cafe lets take a turn in the to and retired from noiie and to peace and Among ray friends in town was one a in Cheaplide lie was a pains taking man if you dined with a joint of meat and a pudding the utinoft of his entertainment I never faw wine in liis hcuic but at a or on a wedding day we had a ghfs of good and after dinner ve wrnt to our aad did not fit three or four hours as you do He wore his cap i ths part cf fhe and wmt aihamed to j take the and the fcraper and clean before his j g was hontft He had a go to a degree of adm liis like again he leaving ten then I fear J ihall never iee poor died in July feven hundred j bttueen his feven chilI all got by care and fhare and fhare calling me to town this niy daughters if you muft know I refolyed to enquire ojd family lie had three fons the cldeli I fcund was jfuined by and went to fettle at Ljfbon the by became a bankrupt in by vice and and went to where we muft all go at leaft the younger part of I got a direction for a near the Change J trudged to fee him lft Wed nefday morning I afked John to iny very great was introduced to a Gen tleman as fine as my Lord and his hair divlfed as high and powered as white I begged par and told I fuppofed the man had made a iniilaks on which recollecting called me by my andruo reojn ard kifledme ami leave old fquaretoes to Aval low his I here grew too angry to ftay with the eropry cox combs I took up my list and and maiched to the door when the called you had better go back in Hollands for it is too late to and it will break your frugal heart to fpeiad a hilling for a place in the Says tho I m an enemy to pro I fpend my money as chearfully as any body when rny convenience reqiures Though i cant live at the expence of either of I believe I have enough to buy all the pyes and tapes in your two I mean to and give my children foinething at my but you cant iupport profufion youll be bankrupts and cheat creditors out of nineteen in the Youll live to feaft on iuftead of having and at laft die in a or feed hogs and eat the like your brother prodigal inthegof Here I flounced out of the and fo ended cur I good Your humble fervant at PETER MODERA E K I E S to the FUEL J the Commiffioners fwr paving the ftreets of IFeJIminficr have not had grants fiom parliament for antecedent to thcelta bafhment of a Sundays toll Whether they have not borrowed en the of the Sundays toll Whether they cannot now borrow 1 more on the credit of the per which they have taiJj got fnm the truftecs of the j at five in the at Kdivard oi the parifh or B utei ea in the twentyfour ihios for the ico Yccu rvY Yi Y I cjiuiry A large niece f roord rir tY YYi f to furrendcr on rhciitii ud bv Vh YtY i i of at Cen in the HL Giijld j India iiie YY j Tfoinris late of in the counfy of hollow timuer i r jYs faid tint an ad dutv ii o b tci in the ar rhe inn in Ydt and ho in YfoY th YYYYfY Y ohn I of Miidrcdcuui in tic D oi in tjic city of J KcVr 1 is rre j deer and to fanendor on the i orh to lefiion at four in the afternoon and jjd of ihr ji on the fition OT iim anj zift of at tea in the at j die exportation of l John te of Strarto in horfes in Vii Y the county ot dealer and the Jiie lir f corCo of at tew in the at the White llcou of 0 r late of in the countv of M and ivho d tcn 1 j Lrv d ioKo the zd of at eleven in he air iho i at the Faiisot in 1 Kdward late in the county of jj 5mrday Yi deaer ai 1 jj inhabitants by the of at ten j rilh o tt Citiei m the at cf Lie I homns of in the rarifb f i o fuceor l Oh 1 vti KJ Y Martin in the in the cownty f as Ahirmurt ofrho Jaid Yu tYYYY coach and coach harnefs the of j row is the diy ip i hr he ciectiorY at four in the at cu that will be choicn Ju John of j dealer ami 3d of I We hear fir T ILvqkey Kn nd t four m the at den an of Lunt boifi o is greatly indipofYd leliSarclay of rtreer J the county jj 7iij day the Lord jjojoo Y r un of dealer and ii don will hold prisnarv viiLstion Or lothof at eleven in the at at Pauls cathecird vhei halL chks chnrchwa dens oi rhe ivYY William White and Thomas of i will Duriuinr to tesr j this icth of in the j We informed tha a oret r d ii j j of a tenoin iliouTid Joieph late of the panili of in j j te enewal of the of io the county of but now of the of j 1 in oilored for lefs rhan of i are th t J dealer and 4tli of i at eleven j fu Sir rt ui the is roolYd YY Yhe Tliomas of the in thf parifh Jar elf oioif ro j of LciuLn gun Upon pairing 6th of a fivein the at William of in the parish cf theeonnty of V 3 t vo i dealer and icth cf juj3e a Committee to Xi1 at n iii to iuiuYcni Upon tov j Court of i j ocr i the fufi Sundao bo LO A f Co   

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