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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 16, 1766, London, Middlesex MAY M A R Y B O N E G A R D E N HE mufical entertainments wiUCoufiiiue every evening during Admittance one milling iach The doors to be opened at five and the mufic r begin at half anhour after S W I M M AT the Dog and in is a fine temperate two hundred pnd ooaiundred feet Sulsfcribers pay Noniubfcribers each time of bathiiMk jult A parcel of exceeding fine Tokay of ten and of fix years Samples may be talted at the Robert Phipps and at the inLeadenhall For the SMITHS FAMILY MEDICINE from four to ten guineas defigned for the 11 ie of thole who are difpofed to do gojd to their neighbours j but highly neceHary for all Fami es who jive at a diitance from an fa cafe of fudden lilnej at In thefe cheils are all the medicines mentioned in the Family the tilth edition of which is this day with fome very uieful obfervations upon One of thefe books given with each cheft of con taining plain and full directions for adminiitering and properly nurfmg thefick allo mahogany cabinets for the fame Plans of the defign are given at Smiths chymical in Newgate near Cheapftde where only thofe chefts are to be TOSEPH and at the Jl PackHorie and in near Bifhopf returns his fmcere to all his who have been extremely kind in conti nuing fo much their iince he was burnt out at the late dreadful fire in and now begs leave to acquaint them and the that he is removed into his which is on the lame fpot where his former and has laid in a large new and frefh anortment of the moil faihkmablc goods for the fpring which he is Determined to fell on the ioweit and humbly ittlreats his friends and former cuflomers to favour Jhim with a cntinujnce of their which will be ever eiteemed as the greateft any ivere prise With plan of the battle of MEMOIRS of the REVOLUTION in Anno jjy which MEER JAFFIER was railed to the government of thofe to gether wiih thofe of Bahar and tiie motives to this enterprize the method in which jt was and the benefits that have ac Cved from thence to that our united Coin piny trading to the and to the Collected from original letters and in tlve poiTellion ot the late William Efj Printed for in the Strand j and fold by in Paternofter A C K ii I T E C T U This Day Price printed in and in Italian brown NUMBER of an additional Volume to Vi TRUVIUS orthe BRITISH AR CHITECT confifting of of the moft remarkable edifices of the and pahlic By WOOLKE Architects and taken in by in Northum berhnditrect at in Carnabyrnarket j and in Gentle who have not may have half the volume at the above ditched in Defigns in Purveying and meafuring buildings by the Ibis day is Elegantly printed on a fine in three price bound a new edi tion being the fourth corrected and tttfRATii FLACCI ad PISONES et With an Englifh Commentary and To which are added Critical Dif On the Idea of Univerial Poetry 5 On the Provinces of Dramatic Poetry On poetical Imitation On the Mirks of By the H U Preacher to the Society of Lincolns Printed for in the Strand and 1 Tfrmrlbourn a ad at Whefe may be in 3 price Moral and Political with Letters on Chivalry and The Moral ancTPoliri in bound On the Foreign price Letters on Chi valry and price The above on the Idea of Uni may be had price Jbis Dcx Prite The Fifth and much imnroved the addition of gjeat varietvof ex explaining the true iignifications of the the beft by Bucha nan THE New Univcrf1 Etymological Englifii Die tionary Containing an additional collection ot words not in the fint with their expla nations and from the originrdlangua Allo an explica tion of hard aud technical or terms in all and properly Illttfirated with To which is a dictionary of cant By Printed for in Where may be in one price bound APronouncing and Spelling anew and the proper founds of words are exaftly aiberiaiwed and iy both fubjecls and foreigners may correct an or acquire a right gioftun of the Enlifli Togethejwith an containing many new and ufeful obfervatisns upon the founds of the letters an account of the notation whereby their founds in words through the j and directions how to acquirs a right piorrun tiation by the help of this book To which is by way of a difcourfe an important iubjeft 5 wherein the right of itswords are fo intimated by the that a the English after psru jRng the msy be able to pronounce them W1LUAM WHEREAS fome perfon s have affected to DOUBT in and have even infi nuated their DOUBTS in concerning the ve racity of the late QUERIES refpectfully mbmitted to the candour of His GRACE THE DUKE OF NEW by the prefent CHAMBERLAIN OF THE CITY OF LONDON He hereby CALLS UPON any perfon whatfoever to either in part or in the any thing contained in the faid wherein he claims a May Chamberlain of fhe City of Ibis day is price Dedicated to DAVID Efq Ornamented with a Heal of the late elegantly THE LIFE of Including a Hillary of the Stage during his Time and interfperfert with many curious Anec dotes of the principal Performers with a genuine and authentic Copy of his la ft Will and To which are QUINS or the Face tious Mans Pocket Companion j containing every Species of and Repartee with a complete Colie6tion of properly Printed for Blsdo in Palernoiter Either Quins Life or Jefts may be had price each This day is In fix Imperial Adas price 15 in done up in and 43 done upon cloth and A CHART of the ATLANTIC its If and the adjacent Continents in which the Britifh Dominions in Europe and the and en the African are feen at one view the distances and fuperficial dimenfions retaining very their juft pro portions And the exactly mew the Nautical Courfes from any port to the of the Britifh or between any two ports Projected in the manner which is def cribed and recommended by the MUR in Part of the Phi lofophical And engraved by T H O MAS geographical engraver to his Royal Highnefs the Duke of Printed for oppoiite to Catherine in the Of whom may defigned by the fame au and A Chart of the Englifii the Bay of with part of the Ocean and price A Chart of the German corrected from the bed Surveys and A Chart of the Coait with the Weltern Caalts of Great A Chart of the Mediterranean an ri itic witii the Archi and part Neatly printed in 0e on a Royal price bound One Guinea to which is added a complete the Illultnued with a He ui of and a Head of by a largeMap of a Place of Medils THE H IS T 0 R Y of the LIFE and R EIG N of of FATHER cf By THOMAS L E L A N Fellow of Trinity Printed for in There are a few on a fine writing price Where may be translated by the fame All the Orations of pronounced to excite the Athenians again ft Philip King of Ma cedon with hiltorical and In i vol Price bound A fecand volume of the Orations of Demof together with the Philippic complete the number of thofe delivered in political a and hiltorical uid Price bound A Diflertation on the Principles of Eloquence in which the Right the Lord Bifhop ot Glou cefters Obfervations on this in his late Doc trine of are diftinctly Price An Anfwer to a Letter to the Leiand containing an Examination of the Criticifm on the above DMiertatioi in which is particularly that the Lord Bifhop of Gloucesters idea of the cha racter of an infpired delivered in the Doctrine of is acknowledged to be indefen fibje by the learned Price NEW BOOKS imported by r and DE Ho near Surryitreet in the Elementa JT1 tomus De Haen Ratio pars Delcription des Curiofitez Naturelles du magni fique Cabinet de Am tome grand in folavec de tres belles Complete fets may be had of the above in 4 par Paris Morgagni Opera a new edition Encyclopedic Paris z Dictipnnaire de LAcademic Paris 2 Rttherches fur la par De Mef Paris Alregt de la avec des Reflexions fur rAccroiflcment des par liambourg Obferyatijiis iur le Commerce fur les Art Paris 2 Hifloire du Commerce de ta Navigation Paris Hi lone desRevolnviuus par puur fervir de fuite i Paris Tableau Hiftorique Politique de la Suiffe Paris Meraoires de De depuis Maza nn jniqua la Mort de Louis 4 Journal ou Faitesiu kegne de Paris a Voyage de aux Terres Voyage de Riiffie 2 Paris 3 Oeuvres de nouvelle edkion complete j en 26 Geneve Nouveaux Hifto de Geneve 176S 3 Ces Nouveaux Melanges fe vendent iaf Of tiie above Bbokfellers may be a Catalogue oi Foreign Books imported by J B 5 I O O K This day is THOMAS PAYNEs CATALOGUE for the Icar 1766 Containing Twenty Thoufand Volumes of good in all langaages and facul and in line to be had price at Brother Cornhiil Childs coftee Pauls churchyard Fleet without Templebar 5 Charingcrols Rid Jnrxess ftreet RobJbn and New Bontlltreet of thebookfdlers at Oxford and Cambridge and at the place of Tho in next the Meufe Martins where the full value is given for any or parcel of This day is COLLECTION of State Trials in volume 9 and to c mpeat the eight volumes Containing trials for and various ether crimes and Above twenty of thefe trials are now firft printed on the reft fiom printed publifried iince the feventh and eighth Printed Davis mid and Owen fold allo by and HingeiMu in the near and ail the book fellers of London and Where may be being the frventh and eighth to compleat gcntlemens fix volumes in A few printed on large jailor is an bund kfi to Such are like no Did nottheie people j And were c in wantof or in rhc uicir 9 jj Let decinre the And deference to Alpiiab we a e 10 as he terms ir i nor I our Poor to jt their he puny v ptim enter the in the Ciull L harpy if I to in the what the O Tbu dnj is In two price fewed bound The fee on d edition greatly illuftra ted with views taken on the Not in the firft VOYAGE to the EAST Begin in with obiervaiions continued till 175i including authentic accounts of the Mogul govern ment in the Vice Royalties of the Deckan and with their fcveral fubordtnate govern ments under their relpeclive nabobs and indepen dent itates particularly thofe of the Mo and Of tke Religious in the and Milceih neous and general relictions on the trade of Of the Buropean particularly the Engliih Prendencies of or Fort George and or Fort William with their refpective Their fortifications and public The rile oithe war in India between theEugliih and French in and the continuance thereof to the concluiion of tne general peace of Europe in By Printed for the and fold by at the ealt corner of the New church in the Per the letters figned ME D IU The PENNE cind triplex of A the I could were of hi in ofhe ir j may t at hnnrfred r at per a j fides of very c caiures ho live n the refine of or are fed at a j And people iuifit are moderate cc j cupiers ot what mut they gather into ilore houfe and barn and ho occupy hun dred acres J by agri nor the growing wealth of the farmery but I furely the encouragement cf the former t to the poor js nor the emo lament of ththtttr be Vt in competition I as rhcy are and necerlaiy ar I fame ably exceed thciu in i To the PRINTER of the Nr unthinking reader would be m ciined to from the nations of and adjutant that agri culture wouid fiiortly be fup hat the 1 i would foon be totally by an embargo en the j exportation of to though i famine itares them in the that the poor cannot j j i j be injured by the practice of unconfined would have us to take a furvey of the lower chfles among us in our religious and bcli day and maugre ail the cries of the and that they j ought to have no more for their labour than the j poor have had when every of life was twenty j per cheaper than it now Let us take this Gentlemans advice with refpectto the and fee whether facts corroborate his whil the far greater part of the nation futtains want and thefe fanners are not really pofTcffed ofevery many abounding with all the luxary of j and their itores increafing every The faa within the ordinary canfupply himfelf with many ar ticles of for which the induttrious acl is that the from jj to market at hr ie compafs of his without any extra I j this cone not is no reason n mechanic and the poor tradefman muft pay out of been a kfs in the of the labour of his hands or the low becau c in the Litter thi in moft and every fupport of comcs to them at a very low rate and when we hHave fe eluded meat and bread of their own I and of their own how much do they accu i t mulate from poultry and which are main i j equal the charge ta th kets made accord without the fweat of their anrfata jj ing to the current Tie whole of the writer very inconfiderable expence But if we look at their jirfi argumen tctptnas upon proportion fame full were as I can from mv eyes and for ani per vJijch in the icnner uere fulci ior and pe and yet in cafes either in rcfpecl of profit or and oppofe to this body of men our numerous in i the whole therefore is falie aj r flheir are alike needful to on the one j hand we might fee CATTLE fat and well but the other creatures pining with and care and Well if this be the what muft be done with thefe poor people Alpha has found out a mean to difpole of They work their fays as they or difperfe wheie things are cheaper go to Ame or into the where die markets are more Pretty indeed If they go to what muft become of our manufac tories at hems If they difpene into the are they to beg or to for who can employ them r Itwould be better to fay at not difperfi j G them then there would be nchodyat home to eat our and farmers may cia jf greater quantity this to i J exhauft the nation of its moft ufefui make the fortunes of any one fett of men Alpha has been attacking the ofouriflandj he next proceeds to militate the exterior bulwark of The poor failors sre tie ruins butt of his arrows and the tncrcafe of he jj has more in him than is the increafe of our wanting A His fccond inveiligation contains equally conchifjon fjr he as the London pences attending the faie of 608 tons of amount ed to tiie expence tlic faie of 2 j5 tons amounted bnt quence loes not ami is p licious intended to h For of the above the it lies and be nearly tons or
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