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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 3, 1766, London, Middlesex Gazetteer UE S A J U W From the GAZETTEER AND NE A 1 t v AD V E KT i s H R joined to the variett tHroiigh which it bus lately been tbj etticting To many end of ap rehendirig fa PUBLIC That fir thi conftanfly inferted in THIS t 4V CH INFORMATIONS tfe properly attended te by SAWN BROKE EWERS OF SECONBHAND few robberies tviff dettttitn if ALL PERSONS make ufeof the Jame paper to ad vertife their lofles P I E L D I H The WARNINGS from every thirty loft or in the or art for immediate dtjpatcb to all filler by the printer of thii H A Y M A R K E A T T H B KINGS THEATRE in the THIS the 3d of will be performed a new ferious called P E LOP I The Mufic compofed by With jiew Pit and boxes to be put and no perfons to be admitted without which will bede Day at the laid at half guinea each Gallery live By their MAJESTIES No perfon whatfoever to be admitted behind the nor into the The pit and will be opened at To begin at feven oclock Viyant Rex The fubfcribers tickets will this evening be admitted MA k Y B ON G A R D E N nuifical entertauHnents will be continued during the Summer An in honour of his Majeftys will be performed Tomorrow by and Admittance one milling each The doors tobe opened aHfive and the mufic to at half an hovlr after f4f The new coach way turns down oppofitethe Cud f by Oxford through into Marybone by which coachmetf will avoid the dirty road from Nibbs F I Iv C its G K O I T O G AR DEN Near THE iviuiical Entertainments of this place will be consumed during Tie vocal parts oy Forbes late Mifs Thomas Mifi with aa addition of a large newbuilt which is now open for the belter accommodation of idcb gentlemen ladies tis the open gardens may not be fo to m xafe of the mufic will te at all rimer lucb Admittance each perfon iijt The doors to be open at and fhe mafic to begin at This Day is for PRINTING by su For the Benefit of the Au on the Being and jfefefiiqns of on Divine the Pleafufespf RelU the Inftructions and Example of our and other iinportant and intercfting By theNLate Printed for in K 0 This day is IHOMAS PAYKfEs for the Year 1766 Containing Twenty Thoofand Volumes of good in all larigaages and facul and in fine Catalogues to be had price at Brother Cornhiti Childs cotfee Pauls church yard j Fleet 1 empjebar 3 Charingcroia Rid Jaraess ilreet Rebfon and ibeet of thebookfellers at Oifoid and jand at the place of ThpPayneSj next the Meuie where the full value is given for any or parcel ef CATALOGUE of and many ef them fuperbly in Tarkeyj m whichis Included afine coitectiovi of law coniiiting 6J feveral thoufand vpimnes iii all and va rious in fine conditions which will begin tobe fold verycheap the loweft price printedto article inthe catalogue for ready money onMonday a6th arid continue on fale book Of whom be had the full value money for any library or parcel of Catsiogues to be had of the following bookfellers Pallmall in Bond rtlreet Chiringcrofs 5 the Strand Temple bar j Brotkertonj orniuU the bopkfeliers at Oxford and Cambridge 5 atthe The L I S B OK D I E T j R 1 N h needkfs to fat forth any encomiums os tli fo well received far many years by per s of the highett fbrcujing every degree of even to that of a leproly aifo thofe who have been injured by a certain have found this mtdicine to ails as an and anfwefs every intention ef a benign But the the au tfeor has found in mod to a long of diet hath caufed him to make many trials to contract which he Iras iiappily by making E fqlution of the principal by a pecn procefs or threj in a of is now a fofficient dofe and amired h the alitiior of this Improvement of its that if any perfon who takes and giving it a fair is not will return their money It is now more pleafant to the will keep and may be feat to any partof It is putup in pint printed a gaftjea To be had of it Orange and WHEREAS fome perfons have to DOUBT in and have even infi nuated their DOUBTS concerning the ve racityof the late QUERIES refpeclfully iubimittecl to the cawdour of His GRACE THE DUKE OF NEW by the OF THE CITY OF LONDON He hereby CALLS UPON any peifon whatfoever to either in part or in the any thing contained in the faid QUERIES wherein he claims a May Chamberlain of the City of C A U T 10 INFORMATION having been received at this that a bafemindedfellow has gone about to boardingfchools near with a fictiti ous in the name of defirihg the jGovemefles to attend at different merchants in the city ta receive entrance with two young ladies frofn the upsn the ufual and requeuing them to pay the porter or two hil which would be allowed them j awd that many have not only complied with thefe but have hired carriages to attend atthe appointed This public notice is therefore as well to prevent this fpecies of as to requeft that on any future attempt of this they would Hop the and give immediate information thereof to this as luch on are liable to be tranfported JOHN The perfons who have received the above letters are defirexi to fend them to this To be SOLD by A U C T By P H I P P S and S O On Thurfday the 5th of at Garraways coffee houfe in at one oclock at noon ABOUT 750 gallons of exceeding fine and war Rantedgenuine TOKAY of fix years which will be fold threesiozeji in a The above wine lately impprred by Demetriusi will warrant ft asthe genmne and neat produce of Samples iaay at the coffeehoafe to the time of fale 5 alfo at the PHIPPS and at the in EFLECTIONS LIBERTY and the Efqj Elegantly printed in t4t TheConteats Liberty and Origin of upon Clarkes Anlwer to Collins Human Anfwers to tledions His A fmall number only of this work was printed off in for the authors What complete copies were fold to DaTfis and in by the gentleman to whom were bequeathed and may be hadat fewed in price of PROCESS and WRITSin the Court of Common Pleas With inltruftions for fuing them Printed for near Fleet Where may be neatly en on fix copperflatest A CoPYBooK of the Tcrall Persons afl3icted with Diforders in their Eyes This day is and given A containing an account of fome of the many remarkable cures of various difeafes in the performedby JOHN Ocu in Hattongarden who pra6lifed above 23 years in In which is inferted the patients particular and their refpective places of Td be had as OLD INHABITANT LETTER from an AUNT to her NIECE To the PRINTER ef the BILL being now dependant before the Legiflature for eftablilhing one of the iflands of Do minica and for the pur pofe of the more free importation and exportation of certain goo6ls by foreign paying certain I wim that fome of your correfpondents would inform the public concerning the ufe and propriety of eftabliflvroent and whether it has its birth from the defire of thofe whe ther froni that ot foreign power whether it tends to the benefit thofe colonies and the ad jacent or to the benefit of certain foreign Hates allow foreign navigated by fo to be the carriers of proyifions or negroes to bur own iflands fornegross and provifions are articles which are allowed of in this free importation feems contrary to of the act of which veas calculated to ervcreafe oiuvown Jhipping fo to allow foreign to bring to Europe the i produce ofour own or ef that imported by this new into thofe free from the French this is another article allowed of alifo feemsdirectly opgirfite to the fpirit of that hereby encourage foreigners to becarriers nijiltoiidsand foreign European n veiTels are not indeed allowed to im port fuch produce into In time of war this will beworfe for if the produce ef the French iflands can but be imported fafely into thofe free it will fafely getto an8 our brave failars need look nc more after I own myfelf not able to conceive the policy of fuch a new regula tionj feemingly fo prejudicial to this kingdom how everj I flioukl be glad to receive better information and until then muft fufpect this to be one of tKe bleffedy effects of the peace for though all foreign veffelsfetnrto be to blind our yet it is eafy to give pri vateinftnuftions to theCuftomhoufe officers at fh6le that PRUSSIAN veiTels fliali be admitted and thus the King of Pruffia will become a fharer in our navigation for Pcffibly this is the article of in ftead of our ceding Donijnica to him if I think sed aot ajiy longer vvliy a fpirijed Noble man rather than countenance it snd why another Spirited Commoner has fled to Bathrather than be a witnefs to But we mull wonder at the politics of fome who rail and break tem porary continental in order afterwards thus to fubject us to ftill moreruinous and eternal Letters Real Member of the Society Phocion and OMEGA come to To the PRINTER of the THE many attempts whichare now made at the Weft end of the in order toimprefs the legiflature with a too favourable opinion of the and their commercial mult fill the breaft of every honeft acquainted with with Is there whohas the lead knowledge of that tenti who is ignorant of their partkCty towards the French and their manufactures Is it not noto the NorthAmericans fell their lumber and provifions in our WeftIndian iflands for which they expend in the French iihnds What further proof is wanting of the Frenchified temper of the Weftern continent And if any ftronger evi break to pieces thofe chains winch check the prefent excrtionsof their hatred towards If we intend not ourfelvesthe of not lirengthen the arm which menaces pur authority in While it is in cur ought to convert their provifions and lumber to the ufe of our WeftIndies in diefirii only the fur plus to be difpofed of on fuch and in fuch a manner as may prove moil beneficial to whole Biitifli empire and fince it is abfolutely 5m prafticable to bring this about if rhe North Amsri can obtain an unlimited psrmiffion to expoil their native coinmodities any whcie except to Britain and it is evident tliat our intereft calls upon ifsto deny every requeil with that neceffary feverity towards North The North by their imprudent partiality in favour of and equally imprudent difaffettion to oblige us to mortify our propenfity to univerfal by difcoursging a people whofe confefTed aim is to raife their own grandeur upon our ruin and thefe Amerkans can only blame themfelyes for every reitraint with which their trade is now hanipeied snd till they iretujn to a better temper toward the it would be madnefs in to advife laws contributary to their advancciiient in riches and OLD ople Ihould beCiduged m trading directly to bu ferent parts of the t0wn for the or to the French with their lumber the price it beas t G d proviuons Muft not of that j j FII be this ture diftrefs our iflands beyond and j I jn a lence is defired of theirhoftile difpolitions towards Britain and her that evidence is to be found in their and daily feeu in their Are not their fliops chuck full of French goods And doth not their in all public proclaim the baneful jtfiference they give to every thing that comes France Is it that fuch a people Ihould in trading directly to Eu rope ant nature raife ftill in thole the prices of proj as well as thofe of almoft all the other con veniences of life Nor is there any thing more cer tain than that we mutt feel the effects of enhanced prices of in ail the delica cies of the Torrid which are brought hither for our acknowledge the propriety of free under proper in Jamaica and Dormnicar for reafons very obvious to any man ac quainted with the ftate of That meafure has been amply recommended in this before it was adopted by the legislature but One Hep fur ia favour of will ruin and prevent OldEngland from receiving the expected B M E PRICES A U T C II E R At REDUCED YOU are defired to inform the that there is at length forae little proipect of a in the prices of 11EEF nnd Saughter boufes and actually engaged in j ferent parts of the for the fale of con To the PRLNTER the HOUGH the advertiferhent from the Chamber lain ef fo often repeated in your and other tells that fome perfons have apeid to doubt the verachy of fome late and calls upon any perfon whatfoever to disprove any thing contained in the faid wherein lie chims a merit I think it but juftice to a very refpectable character to that there are many perlbns ftiil living know fc r a that the plan ning and bringing to maturity the reduction of the excife on tea m the year ft0111 which fuch treat advantages hive accrued to the was totally 1 benefit from that prudent If we allow the NorthAmericans one free port upon their con as is propofed by or permit them the n indifcriminateexpbrtation of lumber and provilions the work of the John without his receiving affiftance from ris I ever hearing that lie approved of by his great knowledge and portations either or wm oe preveniea oy our by a country where they muft of beingSncreafed S It is quite otherwife in our iflands their natural as well as their in lead them to other It is that nor French will be wel come in our WeftIndies 5 and we perfectly that French manufactures of no fort are valued by of Commons and the MnBer mud J with the great and more thaniexpectedfiiccefsof j that he fent Sir John fdveral congratulations there and an the t duce on tea to be fent him as lor is I very iiij The contiguity ofour people to the who j to are always defirous of Britifn rally inclines our for the fake of j to purchafes of our and as na accounts of the iro ns as helped rand llis NoMe Perfon induces them to regard the French as their rivals in which is the very temper we deiire j j to infufe into all Britilh but is entirely wanting in jj From I think it is eafy to that any falutary reftraints which may be approved j I of by a Britilh for preventing the I f T1 i E t May To the n oy the rei lakes everv well to i of be conilu cive to that contracts are duction of French manufactures into Britilli jar pebbles to pave the g will be properly executed in Jamaica ami mofities ariie about rhe harunefs of die but Vvould be qmte difregarded any where when I believe every flit c upon the continent of America fo that we may jj fideration are leek upon it as that there is no poffibility was to i of presenting French goods from finding their way j j ij ibife of all t e made by th into that if we allow the NorthAme j cjty for this lair yet fwai m to a fhamvfu rkans an opportunity of commerce withthe ierea in everv of the How jects of No regulation in our I order or direction to our in will ever be productive of any adj refift the i vantage to Britain becaufe it is as as it is j than ying The rnuit that NorthAmerica no regular and durable I have yet is a kind or for Britiih could be of from aiu the gentlemen ried intoexecution in thofe The turbulent jS1 concerned in this undertaking leem aimclt temper of that and their notorious nionfly to give it the preference they rinding by tion to will always forman infurmountable j j repeated that it is infinitely harder than the hard enough FT fne jiiirpofe f care was to rrcven1 the abufe of narrow 1 e jij every part or tiic tlisrs can be no donlt ths preference fhould givn to for isbetter j will in confequence he we cherilh a profeffed Their late difefFccted rious how neceilury it wjil be conduct is too ftrong a proof of this H fo muili money is expended npn When we indulge our WeftIndian planters in a new j elegaat to abolifii what mint ever be branch of we mirte loyal whofe terefts nevercan be diffevered from ours whofe aggrandizement aggrandizes the parent and whofe daily toils are always our j Thefcgar planter dif ficulties to and many dangers to merit burparticular attention and warm eft compaflion j the fultry climate which he inhabits af flicts him beyond raeafure and the enormous num ber ef which neceffity obliges him to retain in hourly furrounds him with innumerable Who would repair or remain in a coun try fo overflowed with and in if the gains attendant on an abode in thofe burBing were not very confiderable Thefe naturally lead to this con thatno fovindedin be fuffered to betray us into irrational ex tendon s of fa vour to a growing whofe enmity we muft lay QW account with fo icon as they can continual ddtruclion of and th it is the abuie cf j town carts with narrow I have male thm for theje twelve monhs from the repeated letters ahfl hints thrown cut in the and am pofitively fure that lie ruin of the pavements are almoil entirely owinc o hackney and the forts of narrowwhteld Afoj The wheel of a hackney coach is ene inch and a half wide and rhe carts are about two inches and a L O N D O Yederday tha new Cde for hisMajrftys i ir was rehearffd at the Turks head CJerrd ftreet today itwill r fords Great Koom in Rrevtritrest i i nefday it will be n the dl room at
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