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   Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 31, 1766, London, Middlesex                                The otiri cillLl From the THE exienfac Sale oj T H E GAZETTEER AND N t w D A L Y Ao v s T i s E R joined to tbt variet ej channels through ivbhb it pajjes has tcn thj tnean of detecting b many fj ap prehending fo that it bt ffopt tfi give THIS PUBLIC That tbt all infsrmulioHi oftbi wll be comuntly iuierted in THIS PAPER andij INFORMATIONS dic properly attended to by PAWN STABLE HUYERS OF S ECO ND H AN D jitf robberies ivill efcape if ALL PERSONS make ufc of the lame paper to advertife their lofies The WARNINGS fron and every thin itjl or in ibe or toy art for difpatch to all filver by the printer of this H A V K E MAR V AT THE KINGS THEATRE in the THIS the 3111 of will be performed a new called p E L O P I D The Mufic compofed by With new Pit and boxes to be put and no perfons to be admitted without which will be de livered This Day at the faid at half a guinea each Gallery live By their M A j E S T I E S Ko perfon whatfoever to be admitted behind the nor into the The pit and will be opened at To begin at feven oclock Vivant Rex M A R Y B O N E G A R D E N mufical will be continued jL during the Summer Admittance one shilling each The doors ro be opened at five and the mufic to begin at h an hour alter ncw coacb way turns down oppefitethe end by Oxford through Marybone by which will avoid the dij ry road from iNibbs Ladies and Gentlemen who may walk in the Gardens oTvSundaf j producing their tickets for i HERE AS foaie pcrlbus haw affected to DOUBT in and have even inli nuated their DOUSTS in concerning the ve racity of the late QUERIES refpectfuiiy fubmitted to the of His GRACE TH DUKE OF NEW by the prefent CUMEERLAIN OF THE CITY OF LONDON He hereby CALLS UPON any perlon whatioever to either in part or in the any thing contained in the aid wherein he claims a May Chamberlain of the City of AJy honelt mule iliall neer be bought or Above temptation and thepowr cf THE Author of the BOOKSELLERS being ac cuted by feverai who think their names are there mentioned of private refentment and partial attachments he hereby in juitice to he has iirictiy adhered to nor will he recant any thing therein As to whatever actions in law on this account may be commenced againit he does not as to thole who iiave threatened to break his though lie does not wear a word to prevent let them remember he car ries a cane to chaitife SAT LI R D A MAY 1766 On Monday ike ytb of Jutie In two price MEMOIRS of the MARCHIONESS DE POMPA Tranilated from the original Vvritten liy Printed for in the Strand and in Whtre may be had the original in two Ibis day are IRLC ITONSforaproperCHOiCE of AUTHORS to form a which may boLh im prove the and be of real ufe in ibe conduct of Intended for thofe readers who are only acquainted with the Engiiih a correcl lit of proper books on the teveral Printed far at in and old by in and in New I HELENA HO UNg Near the S open d for genera entertainment during the iummer by ERAFIELD WILLIAMS who hatii been at great expence and care to convince ladies ot the high fenfc he retains of former by the improvement of his gar dens to the Jiretch of his capacity for their Dinners drtildoa the ihorteli notice and the belt of There is likewHe a line plentifully for the free amufement of gentlemen In this age of infignificant few words are belt and yet I can ftbt help that for the conveniency of its the and pleafantry of its I natter myfelf that there is no public on the like by any means equal ro HOUSE and for the reality of this af fubmit entirely to the decilion or the I have the moft indelible regard and whom I hall make it my conftnnt care to accommodate iH the moft elegant manner that I am With the moil grateful I beg leave to fubfcribe LADIES and Your moft and obedient B R A F I E E D W I L L I From Londonbridge by to Rotherhithe oars llullers A fhort and plea fant from A coach goes twice a day from the Golden Charing crofs and from the White AT the Ign of the four doors from P jult laid in a large aflbitiiicnt of nani all other kind of frelh and fuitabh for the fpriag snd to encourage to favour him with has af fixed the prices as Ivruerfine white hk This Day is PROPOSALS for PRINTING by For the Benefit of the AUTHORS on the Being and Perfections of on Divine the Pleaiures of Reli the Iniiruchons and Example of our and other important and intertilling iy the kite JOHN Prmed for in value what is or life without the means of living From the fame candid principle proceeded the af the Germans require us to repair every they fuffered by thefe hoftile vittants The lofles fuftercd from enemies are the mevitable con fequences of nor was indemnification ever thought of being demanded fqj but they are great enough of without adding to them any who luitered from the iujuftice of It would be wafting time to dwell longer on the refutation of fo groundlefs ami grofs that they refute Something will be faid in defence of the worft caufe and when a rat is hunted out of one he will take refuge in There is one thing which I mutt not omit S thank bread is prettn I hope it will ontiuue Eat to prove here I will tel you what really happened to and h 11 aw ftlf about eight years when there was ucii a cry era icarnty of i oread at and was at hat time the belt fome rhouiand cf hipped to itJid abroad to the which uu tliey were ordered to be they adveniied to he con fumed a rrtat quantity cf would attend the in orderto buy 100 more cr in hopes of laving or per I applied to the v and home on and that the dircinguifhed honour j the hde of the orjofke Mil 1 1 I i to mention fo often boatted to be acquired by the gentlemen employed to fettle the German becaufe I am faid to vievvit with If by that regret is meant I difelaim it from my foul Much good may their honour do while it fay I I pre fume not to impeach it in the leaft On the con I mall very foon ihevv how worthy they are of by a fair representation of their impartiality and regard to In the mean as a proof of my I take liberty to recommend to their ferious con the fate of the illuftrious who ad vifed Charles the Sec and to fliut up the and who had the honour to receive the Treafurers for his as well as ulnt fuf ficient diltinftion can be made bztviezn flopping and In the credit of England is its and any one who attempts to under mine will certainly meet a jult reward in the end a fpecious pretencs may dazzle for a How far this is at how much fanher it may be the cafe of thele very ho nourable a very little time will May In kitcr of evicis voccbus n of tlie ofricioulhefs of ruid the expence of where I to my re at furprize and iudi laige quantitics ano other the icarctiy prcceed from j I verily believ there were fome hun dred thcuiancl i above i jer a ibime cf it fo thaiI dare a leaded might have gone over it I faw the V nt making any 20 quarters of anO I bought I fiiculd bs d i fa p pointed the falcT And it wed I did for thofe very dealers bought them all at an advanced price of cightoel or rno millings a and not nigh iu good as what could be had at mar This I feund was in order to keep them j in their own 1 wait an opportunity to make ihepnbiipay for which they did foon I after ind be the if not pro perly ioto7 thoib in power 3ad I dare ir ihoie wre they would be found linking undir the weightof e corn that is now in one may S partly from whence ai this Karcuy If or tile ME AN To the PRINTER of the As engroiling and monopolizing of farms is the principal fubject orfeverai letters in your the following remark on a tranfaclion that falls under that may not prove difa greeable to your As to the truth of it you mayrelie upon for cf the kind are too often met with to be Therefore j mult beg you will be fo kind as to iniert it in your and you will oblige a number of your jj and j have a farm in K fome hort A r t time fince it was advertifed to belstt on lerde j for rt term cf deiiring thefe who bad a r to take to fend their feaied to j particular perfon in one Jjy iar the fpeclion of the vefhiesat the nbe ipe three difterent were one of which was approved o i5ut one cf the other bidders imnginins he would not be outbid declared he iooner j have given a hundred a year for the rather j than the perfon fo agreed withihould have it tho it was lett at no more than per clear cf from to 3 coloured and from to wornens white Irc black and coloured to beft four thread black cotton snd thread hole grey pun at per Tbis day a cen mill bs pric PART among the remarkable trials cf George for publifh ing incendiary to terrify the inhabitants cf Aldergaic Ward and of and his for robbing James Eiq in Soho THE WHQLE PROCEEDIvGS on the Kings Oyer and Goal Delivery for the City of and Goal De livery for ths County of held at Jultice in the Old on Wethiefdav die Thurjday the and Friday the ifith di iu the year of his Majeitys being the fifth feiTionsin ct the Right Honourable George Elq Lord Mayor of the city of London Printed for at the in Pauls BOOKS to be S O L D C II E A Tins is A CATALOGUE of SCARCE and VALUABLE many of them fnperbly bound in and Rufiia inwhjchis included a fine collecticn of law confuting oi thoufund in all arts and and va rious in fine condition which will begin to be fold very cheap the ioweit pries printed to each article in the catalogue for ready money on Monday the i6th and continue on iah till all are by WILLIA7vI book oppofite Of whom raay be had the full value iu ready money for any library or parcel of to be had of tlje following bookfellers Pallmall in Boud ftreet i duringcrofsj in the Strand j Templebar j Pauls churchyard Cornhill the bookfellers at Oxford and Cambridge and at tlie of To the PRINTER of the a in the policy of that every thing was lawful which could any way tend to the of the com z andconfequently that a good in the modern cheat or rob the or break public faith with the government of any other to promote that patriotic According to this and this principle can a man pretend to be a true ia by pleading public advantage in defence cf in either public or An honeft man abhors however pompoufly coloured over and initsad of taking advantage of the injuftice of will think it his duty to defeat The only motive of this addrefs to the public to implore a fufperifion of the with the blackeil gainit every thing that bears the name of till the cafe of who differ moft fevefely under its fliould be coolly cn and theti it was not doubted but their fuf it re To the honour of this the application has been fuccefsful and not above a month gloried in he of the German claims beeaufe tliey had been made to think that a Germans in general TV re combined to wrong and tKit claims partict larly proved to be nult flagrantly un do n w regard them with and wifh that julice may be done between party and without refpect to name or That iucii a change of opinion hoifM alarm the gtiilrv fears of thole true fritnds to Britain wdio railed that is not to be wondered at nor that they tkouid bv every to obviafe its But let them rail for reafon cannot Their is and the dny cf fetthment at In the mean fcurrilous declamation will no more vindicate them to vhe tnan inliilucus challenges to defcend to particulars provoke me oft my Particulars I know very pr many more thau they would have me all of j that one white boy will fetch three bhcks whicl hall be laid the in a proper manner fed ntinc his tins is not et the place we come to let them make par A C OMlS lends his JL tlemen or ht a two Cen to D taxes and in a carelefs as it was j the Cader as condemned tothe re there was no remedy for it and as he had inj of a large of which he paid a coiili his prefent polTeflion nineteen he otrulue and in en oicciared that he was not able s prefent pofleffi he coxilci not make it the even twenty to lie had nothin and more favourab with a profoiiin May 1766 ore than to content himfelf for the j i J cerneu jn his future fortune would prove jje lother and fo took his leave j jj To PRINTER cA the EKMIT of your to lay before the purnllp very iniquitous lately cameij my The that fome merchants the name of this employ go about where boys ufually pbyj and with fair joined with a few inveigle them to their near the water and from thence to ibme ihip lint as It js iclt now dio has been n largely ey he arrdced and to the of the Capuchins in e been iound in hs chamber with wvthcr it wa an iici of A by the ot his i j The Su i rue laqut hii Co j Letters Vienna mention a violent hurricane in the of which reached as far as wliere upwardj of 100 lambs were kiiiid intitc arid all the of the A rife rjie cut at WarLvv in the nih between the 51 and 6ti of this rn in the hotel of Count Uombiiii of was entirtiy wit1 ins wherein were fine near at hand j and fo take the poor unwary youths i j which tuIon of the aid aidducarnp i to and there exchange them for j to the purchaied hut a few weeks which they tell in the WeftIndies but the boys ace and whidi in the omiled that they ihall return with the I am Vve hear I already detected the dtftffgeniiity of con found in r the leveral claims to fwtil the general O O arnount Equally difingenuous and iniulting is it to common fenfe to upbraid the Germans with our fending an uriny to reicue tuem fiom a French in vaJion On what account did t e invade them Was it not becauie of their alliance wih England Was not the war originally Did noc the French attack our German friends I not to be deterred by any Iheers from ufirjg a term which 1 know to be right did I the French at tack our to divert us from purluing the war in ith that advantage which our fuperiority at fea gave over and to get wliich might rcitore in return for our conqueih there For never did it enter into their thoughts that vse could defert our friends in ciiitreiTes brought upon them by their attachment to us Tjiough our they held us in too reipeftable a light to think us capable of fuch what ever a biafed friend to Britain may do For what diference is there between leaving them ia the power of the and refufing pay the jutt debts which we contracted with while we were ef fecting their and without the payment of whicM that very rcfcue would loic a great part ef its ihat it has been or in of fiiai not be ahc ny niattfr at in any reipect before he ill dl in lame as if he were pre tlie necelUry pa ors ihal comnui 51 d to O in vhe sth and Conn eMor to the Kin aiid a Kuight of the Order T i 01 i this mult be a very lucrative Ir the t at th remit of a African fljips were a number of fuch boys j which he might poflibly oe found in jj he nlul The other is the practice of the men bringing up j the Am informed they come up tlie j river off and there it ay for each other j and being uld to the know what number jj will fupply fo as to fetch a good price and what number remain they throw into the for fear the market mould be and fo fliould be obliged to fell at a low will leave the confideration of thefe hints to thofe whom it may only beg for tlie lake of the above poor that you will iniert this as loon as that their parents may make Am informed fome mips will foon fail for If the circumttances in this letter are our magistrates iurely will prevent this pernicious prac It is no longer a hat the litarncfs of rilions is cuefiy owitig to a re d i that tilis is ENC ROSS ING SMALL For he Imall beiiig under a neceihv o maki j nrlt of is indvdtrious in hre ivin To tlie P R I iJ T ER of the G A i PE BSERVING in your paper of this beginning from the obfervations of wherein author fays the real caufe of the prelent chiefly owing to the engrofiers of I roree ith that in a great meafure it is fc yet I cannot help thinking but that Uie c corn contribute a great deal towards it though a   

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