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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 26, 1766, London, Middlesex M O N ij A M A Y 26 H E T 1 N G IV To formed n With i MAR T T H S INGs in the 2th ot v U be new catied P E L O P I D Tins Mulic composed iy njw Pit and boxes to be put and no perfcn to he admitted vitlnHit which will be de livered Tomorrow at ihe aid at half a guinea each Gallery five By their M A J S T I E S No perfon be admitted behind the nor into the The pit and will be opened at To begin at feven oclock Vivant Rex MARY BONE THE muccal entertainments will be continued during the Summer Admittance one each The doors ta be opened at five and the mufic to begin at half an hour after The ufual road for carriages being rendered impaffable and by tiie multiplicity of Lowe humbly begs the favour of the and to order their coaches to come by Oxford and down Welbeck ftreet j it is full as and quite Proper perfons will attend to direit the There is another good way down which comes into Marybone very convenient for and parts coach men will find either of tlie above ways much the bed to came with their May is hereby that the ge meeting ot his Majeitys Lieutenancy of the of will be held on Tuefday tiie 27th at eleven oclock in the fore at in f i T t iiiiytiavvLiic purUnnt to tne directions or the act of parliament I r TT reding t3 the ami for the purpofes therein performances a hberty j profits annng from this and in I argue on and ap peal to hjiiroryj and for the truth of my I Suited in my lalt the expence of an acre i of wheat to the and proved it to be impof j iible to fell bread at the quartern j Has Omega confuted me r No he with paultry artifice of avoided ah an and tried to avail himfelf of a fecond grofs by afferting that wheat has been at half a crown a bufnel had lie avoided mentioning the hi ignorance would not have been quite fo If he means to purfue his 1 wculd adviie him to keep to his prejudiced decla but not venture to or even hint at becaufe there his ignorance is liable to be May The letters an A True Friend to humble Middling Intelligence To the PRINTER of the S in the courfs of my altercation with the Springgarden fcribblerj the excellent charity which is fupported by the exhibitors of Maidenlane has been frequently it may not be uri neceflary to give tne public fome idea of this volent eipecially as it is principally fup ported by their own and has lately feen the malignant hand of envy infamcully endeavouring to rob it of lo powerful and diitinguilhing a piotecj j i When the patriotic Society in tlie Strand h ft of all obliged the public with an exhibition of the po s lite they gave the gentlemen A ho lent in their j the fhadow of probability to countenance ihe Till Veritas and his friends thei efore can produce an proof of the fmalleit milmanagemint in the Maiden June can oniy cover themielves with that difgrace 1 j j relign them for the and with much re Crfvcror at ie be il S W AT the Dog a temper and one hundred f per to ftil jind the tins iale were diitributed a jj committee of artifts to fuch of their neceffuous bre thren as thought proper to fc r two hunttrcd The artilts bting extremely and parties Subscribers 3 i Ai Ai 1 in is Nonfunfcribeis each time ef I O To be s u JJ DV A By PHI P F S and S O On Tiiurfciay the cth of at Garraways houie in at one oclock at noon ABOUT gallons ff exceeding fine and war ranted genuine TOKAY of ten and years which y i he above wine To the L N being formed by iome of the leading a le er peration foon and one body felt at wliile the other iiill continued under ihe protection of the patriotic Society7 this whether it leiiened the number of thoie who were formerly relieved out of the catalogue pro or whether thefpnit of rivahy which it occafioned a greater fale of catalogues than s not neceffary to The that the gentlemen exhibiting under the patronage cf the Lund tliemfelves pefTlfid of a very handfome after aflilting every body who addrefled them for an occafional Animated with this thsy con ceived a clefign of dtablifhing a confiant fund ior the fupport not only of their decayed but of their widows and and accordingly laid cut E K S of MU S i G i i their annual favings to the beft advantage coMciikur in muhc who chole a certain of tniltees from noft viil lou three in was lately imported by Demetrius who will warrant it as tne and neat produce of Samples may be raited at the coljeehouf on Monday the zd ef and to the time of f tie j jj allo every day at the PKIFPS and at the in AN genneman conncmeur in rnuhc who foeaks tolerable good and the modern 1 propofes to teach a few ladies and gen confidernble thro whole hands the money en or to play on the favourite inltru the and German tuity verti means tofpend part of his time and hopes to be of fome Pleafe to enquire er fend a line for at j brought an accuiation sgainlt Barlow and at the before the patriotic Society in the under in New the corner of Button jj whole countenance the Maidenlane artiits itill con they hall be waited tinned to and even that Far his trouble will not expect any other graU dueled with the greatelt harmony but a but what they fhaU think As the adj j and indeed a very contemptible mem jj bodV wbo wag hi hly offended h was to be for the execution of this lauda ble For fome every thing was con trouble abejof was not ntbntly made the variable of ma T near Richmond in tne by j j money collected by the fale of was ao rp 1 i i i r r i the relief of the uif debated with the niceit and the behaviour of the wirhwhoiefome decently accommodated jj truftees was found fo extremely that tlie with and all other at i j patriotic Society paflTed an unanimous which I is ftanding to this moment on the and does i jthehigheJt honour imaginable both to the good I twelve per For pletiie to a Soho K Yorkbuildings in Black Friars in Hog I matter did not reit here for the indignation which 1 this virulent attack upon their characters created in in Grange Bermoiulfey i j the patriotic Society againft the produced a in or to t motion for his expuliion irom the Society which was carried by an even oKathans from ten to Taylor will attend from ten to twelve at eyerv qilirk and chicanery had been nf urnivai smn tia the 2 a of r r I rnends to preierve from fo public a r after T r i c whin he let cut for the In volume pi ice bound TpHE HISIuRY of JL By THOMAS BENGK Printed for the and fold by in the n ar TempleBar in PallMall Ludgateitreet j and at lks Jstins a n NHABITANT cf STULFORUM CAS TIG A A hjl To the PRINTER of the in his longwinded dif rourfe of this has hat wheat thirty years ntro fold lvl ffeW IOJnaa frown a btiihtl this is ABSOLUTELY FALSE nor is there a of wheats felling at that price for thcie aco The Jo weft it has ever been at during rhat long period of was per which is farthing a daring the years 1745 and and at no other tiijje What is the of Omegas papers I can eafily determine they are to INFLAME THE PEO i preerve inm from fo public a mark of dif how plain a tale hall put you which were cccahoned in the patriotic I Society by this iHe enc uragment i which the arts now reccfvcJ from the j ducing many members to that the Societys patronage was no longer it was refoived i to difcontinue ths exhibition at their room for the I ad theartifh were now left to mi ft entirely j foi The Societys j did them no dittervice they immediately took their prtfent room in and found even an increafed hare of favour from the Here they are continuing to al ready poifcifed of iix or feven hundred not withftanding they iiavs condantiy relieved with uns from to fifteen guinea at a tuch cf their brethren a applied for affiftance to th j Such is t nature of their prefeni i Yet though it is notoriously known to the aitiits i in that the money now collected is hy the Truftees with the utmoit fidelity though it j it i notorioufly that at every mceiinr on j account of the the members conftantly de fray their own expences the venorn I ous tongue of has bafeay endeavoured to vi 1 hfy their characters and judging of their difoo j fitions by its own natural it cannot fup pole the existence either of humanity or 1 J j L 1 1 I JLU I 1 L LiJU I KUUlali PLE for fome prirate purpoft What he literally uncontaminated and unconnected with no human being can He jj thirty years was only half a crown a If by thirty yean ago we are to underhand he years or will tell rhat wheat was more than the being in Ihe good fenfc of the public look with a proper deeftation oa the infamy of thofe peo who fquirt tlieir random accusations the of the without bringing even To the PRINTER of the ilE difproportion in tiie pries of butchers Lit between the and country mar is the general topic of Every hodv teems to refent yet nobody in earnsft en to remove Several benevolent letters appeared in your paper but it the writers of them can make good their why do not immediately open a fublcnotion When but ten or a doxen Gentlemen have once let their to many like who value not a year or twos intereit of a hundred join and a fuin adequate to the be For witat tradef mni to feed and undeiitands w licfitate about giving up a year to procme a ifcduftion of a penny or three halfpence 3 pound the price of merit if thefe letters more than the feeble efforts of me Loritarved I am not at all difpkated fince they may be the means of fet to upon the andeventualiy iiiie ot frotii many thoufand fa niihe dreaJful of all Since the uropofki for the of a I have difcourfed fe very welt verted in thefe it i that fuch a fociety able fpite of that bugbear with the greatet and upon the what oflvt carr and theioi lounig vfrajis occurring to upon te ftii ecf they are at y ur and the publics i vice it i s vry n that the expence in di iving e in droves from or any fctjiiaiiy riiiaiitj tiots not upon an fiiiilings and I fuppofe them to remain two cr three days in fcnie good pafture ground within two cr three miles of the for which I ailcnv two fhil Fngs per head The next and laic determiristbl exptnce wliidi this fo iety will be at omitting for the tiie retailing is for cutting up into 1 alf cafes and and for brev ty though I think I an above the m rk I lump at two hillings and hxpence per head of thefe feveral chares is twelve fliii lings per upon an ox that nets twelve hundred is confidcrably lefs than half a far thing per Many other ences wiii occur fuch as agents ard bookkeepers rent of flaush for to remove all I allow a farthing per pound If any perfon ihotild think half a farthing per pound I rnult acquaint hini that I calculate upon the killing head of cattle a ar half a farthing per will produce feven thotifauJ hundred ami eighty pojmls per a fum which any unprejudiced perion mutt allow to be more rlian enough to anfwer every poflijlc con To I mention beef but the fame will hold with regard to mint and if tliele arc near aid J think th y are net at too low but piuid between an ox n palfure in the grazing counties and the meat expofed to fale cn tit ambles of And as th country butchers muft be fuppofed to be at fome expence in preparing their meat fcr itrfol lows thi tiiere ought net to be fo much as even a farthing a pound difference in the price of beef be tween the markets of London and any other within the diitauce of one hundred and fifty mould we Cccknies pay three half pen ae and twopence a pound more for than the people in the when it appears that we ought not to pay quite a farthing And why da we pay it when we can fo eafily redrefs the grievance That we are impofed upon is and tlie rea fon that we have not refrluticn enough to help A HATER OF IMPOSITION To the POINTER of the May I AM ok enough to remember the writings of Addifon and under the names of papers were like into all the regulated families in as they afforded good rind informations to all ranks or entertained and cur promoted true en couraecd and put vice and wickedness outCf Their political pieces fhewed a fpirit of a love of mankind in and their country in parncular but to come to the pohit I am at I mult confefs I never any in or in any other finer livered in a more nervias reli and patriotic than this day and my in that you piint this my letter not by way f ex tract as a recommendation thereof to the public i waild have every man in Eng land read and aonfiderit I would have every Peer and i ommoner in tach H of Parliament read arc coniider it and I hope it will be conveyed To the Royal I hat next to the Ear of Almighty is ofen fo the prayer of the and ihe poor conveyed to that btart I iighs for the diitrelfes of every and much moje for the much greateft and 1 will molt ufeful of his faUhful fubjeits then wl be and that The f May contains thi awakening this to the Governors of this and to the hearts o a 1 true Omega is as u to me as I am to him but him a man of learning and a as e gueifed by his Itile in life I hunsur tiiaril I love him as the guard an oi tiie a fritmi to our haisning ro it ruin ah 1 it I can uu trie of the is I great and wrtliv ior I tiling noble in awakjn he but cially our fu to attend to the real cf rlas tore tbe is L tb I fiiai think that inent at leaft one jjlialfhoiii But I have muft tke jj noticeof a paragraph of news in raperlam I to A Gcntlcman jult arrived from Diep law coming on Hi as he was ooiirj to em fifty nine Englifn flieep news to an Engliih ear may we not pay for mutfon if it goes to France How fnail we be What is to cf our Poor now What of our woollen I can no more I your humble il G B U S To the Right GEORGE Eiq5 My AS I had the honour to be charged witli the nii nutc of the of of the general meet ing add re Ted to your Lc am now deiired their eommitiee to take Mi ft opportunity of making their rnoft cmttfu acxtiowlsdgments to vur the arid Commoncoun cil oi ue Ciy of for their generous dona Lion of inammuiiv for the relief of ovir and wlio mile red fo grieve ufiy by fire at The Committee canncl avoid exprdling their warmed that eiltiinccl and humaic and ic n example mry reacii tiie hearts of fel 1 tuiMects in for fome h token t ther good wii to the btave tii te Great Lord CGTPITK n iarenr of mankinj will be niiuifu rus and us from evcjy t e citizens ofthis BKtropo and give them a of wealth and I anil r to noy every ood this tiie h of a J with the fmctre My Your Lordfhips Moll and 23 it From the L O N D O N G A Z E T T Ahy His Ma jelly has been plead to appoint his Grace diaries of and to be one of s of his Grace ws this by Majeitys ins A J a citys Principal Secret a ies of State This day the Prince f O accompanied by Piince LVVS of let out tor ilis Serene Hi lnefs will be received I ccremcny by the of and cuke I1 his the no in tie CoTcge Jf tiie Ad Sj rnuaityrt te rending at and after bing ar ttc by I j the goon board to I1 wlirc he by to froa thenca fail B A N K R U p Woodroff of kdter in j and 3 i 4 and 5th of j at ieitin the j at L vr or Thomas Jnuus Md ai theirtHof I at iour in a Guiidhail Charles of the ziitof at ten in a GUI Ralph la e of in and ijtjicf ten in the at George Ridi j in in the Ith of draier and i j the of ateieven mthe at the StarTnn m S j II NathaiM of tiie pariih of Lntter in ruaar and on f or before the h une I L O N D O I Triiiny Conwav removed took place a of for the n tiie rooin of the Duke of the of R irpon ins or htate for the u I It is fa id the the Earl cf M ri unrerland his Irace t Pake oi Ric mon as AviibaiTnior to the Ccn t f It i that George Ltitox i home from having been ue nacem nt of in the abience an i es eiC received f cm Governor of it untvti joy prcvaikd ia vhcle the s oi of tne ar vv told that the marriage ef a n rctt pe be ore pounds of her being eipouleJ to crowned Exiracl cf a Littr i The Envptvjn cf c has not yst ceafed and no rcmembers its having jj tinned fo long a 1 the of inftamira hie which this begins now to tjut he witk jj which it burlts ii liii rdsntrs jj aifo continue fjiil here in order to their Observations on this terruiie of jj which iiirtor ior Ages turmHies
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