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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 13, 1766, London, Middlesex The Gazetteer and New MAY From the THEextenfwe Sale of T H E GAZETTEER A N n NEW DAILY joined to t be v arietj if channels through paffei has lately been tbt beans of detecting fo and of ap prehending fo many that it may bt to give THIS PUBLIC That tht all of this to be conitantly inlerted in i His PAPKR ij SUCH INFORMATIONS are properly attended ts by BUYERS OF SFCONRHAND feiu robberies will efcape deletion if PERSONS make ufe of the Tame paper to advertife their Kfies The WARNINGS from 6ml every thing lofi in the artoy for immediate 4tfpatch toallfiltier by the printer of this HAY MIDDLESEX For fick and lame and lyinginn Marybone May The Right the Earl of Pre VICE AT THE KINGS THEATRE in the on Thurfday the i5th of will be performed a new favourite ferkms called DEMOFO The Mufic compofed by With Pit and boxes to be put and no perfons to be admitted without which will be de livered That Day at the laid at half a guinea each Gailery five By their MAJESTIES No perfbn whatfbever to 5e admitted behind the nor into the The gallery pit and will be opened at To begin at feven oclock Vivant Rex There will be no Opera on Saturday on account of its being Whitfun To the of the cowty of S A L O G A N T L E M E N IRetMrn you my fincereft thanks for the great honour you have conferred on me this in tiManimoufly eledting me your Representative in Par in the place of my hue worthy predeceffor Lyiter an honour the more as jny regard far the and the peace of the did not permit me to apply far your favour during his nor even until the late general meet ing ofr the county declared for Be aflured that it hall be my conftant by a faithful dii cliarge of my duty in to merit thofe fa vours you have Ibgenereully beitowed your moit And iaot obliged humble Muj CHARLES AT near Richmond in by TAYLOR and Youth are care fully and expeditiouily instructed in every necefiary accomplishment for the public of or commercial plentifully fupplieoi with wholeiome decently accommodated with and all at twelve paujds i For pleafe to apply to in Long Weftminfter in Oar 5 at the Grifnn3 in Vil iers Yorkbuildings in Hcg Soho j in Black Friars in Grange Bennondfey j in or to Jonathans from ten to Taylor is now in and attends from ten to twelve at Furnivaisinn Sale of filks continues at the op poJrtfr Cheaplide con rifting of a large and elegant aflortment of dsmafks and plain fattins flowerd and gjain black filks of all kinds and plain luitripss likewise great variety of new filks for the prefent Ryder returns liis moft grateful ac knowledgments to his friends and for their paft and hopes for a continuance of the fame j and affures that many of the articles nvili be fold at the prices appraifed which is not leis than from ro to per under the original Ibis day ts price of A Select Collection of from the moft curious antique etched in a peculiar by This number contains JupiterAmmon on and Centaurs en both in the poiTenion of lijs Grace the Duke A Faun on in the pofiTeflion of the Earl of Jupiter and on Jsfper and on both in the polfeifion of Mr Subfcriptions are taken in by in fallmall Davis in Holborn in Great Co ventgarden CbaringCrofs at jBath j and at Woriidges in Great where the plates already as alib tus other works andpaint may be Worlidge continues to paint portraits in oil or water as A young gentle his pupii either in oil or takes j an exceeding good at four guineas each j His works may beieenat or in Maidenlane This day are PROPOSALS for printing by in two large volumes in The ELH and of the principal REGU LAR BUILDINGS in SCOTLAND together with fe yeral NEW done for fotne of the noble jnes and gentlemen of that To which will be added the particular lections of the bell rooms fbuilt in Scotland alfo fome of buildings for decoration of parks and By the late WILLIAM Efq And continued by his JOHN Efq This work will confift of 160 near one fourth of which ase whole There will be above foljo pages of done by the beit and printed on a French columbine The price to fubfcribers will be five which two to be paid at and three on delivery of the bonk in A iCXplanation of the plates fliall be printed inEnglifh land after the manner of Campbells Vi The work hall be delivered ou or before March moft of the prints being alreidy en which be Seen at and in the and t J in j by whom fabfcriptions are taken Sir William Proc Sir Henry Sir Sir Roger Sir John Sir John Sir John Sir John Sir Peter Richard Efq Edward Efq John Gideon Peter Right EarlGower Lord Scarfdale THE anniverfary feart of the Governors of this will be held at Corndyss Great in on Tuefday the The Right the Earl of Thanet The Right the Earl of Shafts bury and Earl of Warwick The Right Lord Abergavenny The Right Lord Petre The Right Lord Vifcount may be had at in Sohoiquare at the Hofpital the in Cornhill and at the Grofve Dinner to be on the table at four oclock There will be no THE Guardians of the Afylum are requefted to meet the Right the Earl of and the at the Chapel of the on Friday the i6th at eleven in the when the Anniverfary Sermon will be preached by the James Rector of and Vicar of An Hymn will be fune by the Orphans and a new compofed by Organift of the performed by And afterwards to dine at the Kingsarms in Palace Diungr at half an hour part three S T E George Efq Richard Efq Kempe Eiq Sir Robert Peter Efq Loftus Efq No admimon into the for but by which have been fent to each Guar dian but either by miftake of or other F any Guardians mould not have received their or if they mould have occasion far either for the Chapel or to accommo date their they will be delivered at the on in fo the No fervants will be admitted to wait at but thofe of the and In a fetu ivUbf price A LARGE CONFUTATJON of Siihop KAREs SYSTEM of HEBREW METRE In a LETTER to the EDWARDS in anfwer to his LATIN By ROBERT London and and Chaplain in Ordinary to his Printed for in the Strand j and Pod in This day In French and elegantly printed inone volume on royal price THE SCHOOL of with a general explanation of the principal attitudes and po iitions peculiar to the and ill nitrated with 47 elegant engraved by By A N G E L Printed by at the Ealt corner of the New Church in the Of whom maybe juft a new being the with great of Every Man His Own or a Guide to NEW imported by oppoiite Catherineftrect in the Bookfeller to his de IArt chez les par rsouveaux Melanges par De 3 Les Interets des Nations de developes relativement au Leide Recreations ou Anecdotes Re marques fur diiferents Lyon 1765 Les Peniees de Paris Eioge de par Paris Atlas Maritime recueil des Cartes Plans des Quatre Parties du par le 5 Lettres ue De a fes amis avec dfcs Notes Hntoriques ARC U R H I T E C T Day is Price printed iu and in Italian brown NUMBER of au additional Volume to Vi TRUVIUS or the BRITISH AR CHITECT confuting of of the moft remarkable edifices of the nobility and public By Me WOOLFE and Architects and Subilription taken in by in berianditrett at in CambndgeftreetjCarnabymarket in Gentle who have not may have half the volume at the above ftitched in B Deligns m furveyiwg and mealunng bqiidngs by the This day is Kandfomely printed in two oflavo Price bound TRAVELS through FRANCE and on cuftoms and antiquities with a of the and To which is Regifter of kept during a re kdcace of eighteen monthsiatbst By S M O L t T U t homo qui erranti coinitev monltrat lumen de fuo facit Wihilominub cum illi Pnnttd for IE Affignees of William CollifoA and give that there is conftart atten dance at the brewhoufe in SouthT to dilpale of the remaining of beer and caiks by private Gentlewoman turned of of genteel ad drels and with an unexceptionable whofe integrity maybe ftrictly depended would be glad to be in a fober eidier as companion to in which capacity file has had the happinefs to render herfelf agreeable a lady of great very lately or as houfe where fhe fhould be genteely being very fit for that purpofe otherwife as an afliilant iu a tchojl fhe is very capable to teach with moft kinds of and could afiilt occa fionally in the French is well acquainted with the rules and cuftoms of fuck If the country the nsore Whom this mall be immediately waited upon the receipt of a line directed for at in Hart TO tlioie who are endowed witiithe noble fpirit of There is now brought to perfec tiojj a moftcuripus piece of that by vir mechanical and upwards of different and by figure reprefents all the dif ferfcni branches of the woollen This extraordinary piece of mechinifiu jias had thehonour to be feen by their Majefties at the Queens palace greatelt There is alib a new of never befoie exhibited This piece of art is allowed by the belt judges tobAhemoftcuriotis piece of work ever invented never It is now to be feen in Middle in a aud comitiddijus which is kept very Admittance each Io be feen from ten in the morningtill feven at the end of lift year and the of J e rind bye accounts of a large crop of fusars this fpring then ilit engrc with cpen their and fail to once mentioned by to be their prsicat The country knows that in the beginning of this he paid from 43 to ftjl lings the hundred for fugars which lie bought the year before for 51 fliillijigs th hundrsc and he paid from 4 to 50 iiiiihngs the hundred for he had all the year before nt the rate of j or 38 hil lings the This being an indubjuhie can it be doubteu that Sugars at one time rear were fold 25 per dearer toan they wene at the beginning of lau as I have affirmed And can any caule be afGgned for this national misfortuHe j different from a combination among and jbbers That tiee no ivnl in termeciiats is apparent the L iin comumecl quntity of In ft eu5 fugarsr on The fcarciry thereFcre which this unufuaj rife in the price of lugars in the of and continued thefe hiah prices to the fpring this muft have been occaiioned by the practices which ought to be guarded againft Ijya obliging the refiner to buy of the importer o imif nts Day is price A Addrefled to James Fellow of Trinity By the Author of Juvenals Satires and adapted to the in Jamess v ibis Jay wire pnte je iJtd With a plan of the battle of MEMOIRS of the REVOLUTION in By wliichMEER JAFFIER was railed to the government of that to getlwt with thofe of Bahar and Including the motives to this enterprize the method in which it was accomplimed and the benefits that have ac thence to that our united Cntn to the and to the Britifh fJoihMed from origiflsl letters and iu of the lare William Efq in the his day is UN ot Stalf Trials in being vanousother and Above twenty of theie tviiiig firft printed the publifhecUAnce the Seventh and eighth for Rr Davis and fold alfo by and Hingeftoo in the near and all the oook iellers of Loudon and Where may be being the feventh and eightli to couipleat fix TOimnes iu A fvv nrin 1 Fur the liners HIS U To the PRINTER of the AM not at all furpriztci that the manopolizers mould be alarmed and enraged at that detection of W their malpractices which has ap peared in my former But 1 hall foon convince your corre fpondent thai tries in vain to throw duft iu the eyes of the comparing the price of clayd fugars in Maylaft with the prices they now Why has he pafied over all the reft of the year why has he not informed us of the price of fugars in 176 before their price was raiied by a combination among the jobbers and engroilers why has he not given us a more explicit reafon for the rife of fugars in the fpring of laftyear Wtre the Accounts of a fhort crop in the re ceived here in the fpring of laft fufficient of themfelves to have raifed the price of fugars or to Lave occafionsd a real fcarcity of that valuable com modity f He knows that thofe without a combination among the could not be prod uctive of this effect becaufe he well that half a crop of fugars in our illands is more than fuf ficient for our home even though we flioulcl have no regard to the then large ftock of fu gars of the former at that time undifpofed 1 fliall make the whole clear to the meaneft by a ihort recapitulation of the ftate of our fiigar trade before theie advices came the altera tion which was made in it by thofe and the confequent effects of monopolizing meafures fince that time and then we fhall whether it is true or that in the beginning of this year and end of fugars were fold aj per dearer than in the beginning of the laft At the beginning of the laft and before the monopolizers had locked up our fugars in their ma fome raw fugars were fold for 31 hillings fomeevenfor 30 and others for or 38 the At theie prices thecoun try dealers furnifhed and of confequence thefe were the current prices of fugars laft before this currency was unnaturally interrupted hy the Early in the fpring of laft news came from the Weft Indies that the fugar crops were This news prefents the monopolizers with an opportunity of preying on the They lock up their and by forming an arti ficial fcarcity raife the prices of fugars before to the extent as mentioned by and even encreafe thefe prices Jby the fame bale and de ruftive arts 5 fo that fugars bors excefLve prices at to be hoped that the prefent larre and the flock of that cc now on vri the prices tiil she c monopolizers fhall repent their concealing laft rear that ufefui commodiiy in their in the mean we ready thie of man kiwi are to catch at every opportunity of plundering the public and this naturally to lead us to a prudent preventive of thole execrable ftrafagems cit nt other time our fufterings fhould be En gjofiers ahvays keep a fhirp look for every cir cumftancethrtt may enable them to enrkh themfelves out of the diitreiTes of their and their brains are perpetually at work contriving the bane ful means of aggravating Why then fhould not the the public be equally careful of the quiet of the by an nihilating that ruinous body of and difcou raging in every branch of practices which one day may end in the total deftruction ofYocisty Is it proper to leave the nation at tiie mercy of a fltt of people who rejoice at public leave no ftone unturned in order to double every infeli city of r A patriot adminiftrnticn would not certainly overlook o xignant an And we may reafbnably expectfrom cur it they hope for the honoujable appellation of FA THERS OF THEIR s which will fence us for ever t gawa of io mercilefs an So that if cur minifters deaf to the importunities of the public on this fub cur daily and uicii rea will depeiul on the benevo lenceof the moft criu1 herd of nionfttrs that evr tormenled a It will itiii be ful i the nno crops of fagar winch has bleft us will compel a refrniv1 reign fugsr be obliged to lie by without ineftimabie as wei as this unhappy A MIDDLING TA t fo y till o ci of Bifliopaate o gooj T A EMBER The ciulnr cf for tnxwg the Pym f S s fp r F R ib of To the PRINTER cf the your Frjeud io Nobo f JL vho in of tiis ti t His name is fo fuitable to his weae at a Iofs which to There are indeed too wretcujs of his charactfcr forwtird enough to that in others which is fo levere a Satire Deds of private and public charity require a quite diffe rent though their end be juft the fame the former cannot be too and latter co But in the name of cnn any fchenie of public utilitj be properly or ever with the privacy he And muft a plan o evidently beneficial in its be charged with becaufe a vile dilclaiuisit We ftrictly him when he fays no neighbour him do a charitable and we as firmly believe likswife that they never heard he even did let the of our Poor encreafe as they we hope cius and others wlio have efpoufed their cnufe will not be difcoaraged for there are God be praifed fosae Gentlemen wlio are interefting themfelves to perfect fo laudable a as have and they and the Poor will not be difappointed oi for the BlefTmg of Providence is on thai J your humble May A FRIEND TO EVERY To the PRINTER of the GAZE T THE Enemy ti Opprtjjle is hereby i a Lay Impropriator can have no any door in the church or chance i man as a private if right to a a or a privat maintain If this be not the ca then it certainly is in the prevent any man from locking chancel but it is not in the of to prevent MO al the thsncfl dosrnlh 1 r 9 f
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