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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 6, 1766, London, Middlesex F R I A JUNE HAY K MAR A T TJtt E KINGS THEATRE in the the 7th of will be per torroed a new called P E L O P I D The Malic Compofed by With hew Pit and boxes to be put and no to be admitted without which will be de livered Tomorraw at the raid at half a guinea fcach Gallery five By their MAJESTIES No peribn whatfoever to be admitted behind the nqr into he The pit and will be opened at To begin at feven oclock Vivant Rex The fubferibers tiskets will this evening be admitted MSGARDEN THE mufica entertainments will be continued during the Summer Admittance one hilling each The doors to be opened at fire 5 and the mufic to begin at half an hour after new coach way turns down oppofitethe end of by Oxford through by winch coachmen will avoid the dirty road from Nibbs BENJAMIN SYMONDS begs leave to acquaint his friends in and the public in ge that he has opened the vaults formerly be longing to the Rofe without for andDOR CHESTER fmall j alfo fine OAT j where merchants and captains of mips may be upon reaionable for Gehtlmen who plenfe to favour him with their com mands may depend upon being ferved with a ge nuine AU of foreign tltij f In two pocket price SERMONS ro YOUNo Being a fe ries of free but affectionate in which their initruction is as well in the accom plifhinents that will aaorn their as in the vir tues that will promote tiieir Printed for Millar and in the Strand j in Pallmall and in Paternofter Row day is Printed on writirfg in two very neat pocket price 53fewed in blue THE ENGLISH CONNOISSEUR Containing an account of whatever is curious in Painting and the and Seats of the Nobility and principal Gentry of Eng both in Town and At few of it is well any Catalogues of the Curiofides that adorn them can be Printed fsr Davis and over ttgainft Holborn 5 at Cha jingcrofs and in Of whom may be Count Algarattis Effay on princed in the fame price This day is A CATALOGUE of a large and curious Collec tion of in silt Learning and Lan comprehending various Libraries and very valuable purchafed this feafon many ca pital books the fargeft and fine imprdlions of tbe jclegantly bound in Morocco and other curious The whole in fine condition which will begin to be fold very cheap for ready the loweft price printed in By JAMES in New Who gives the utmoft vahie for any Library or Parcel of or Bosks Catalogues to be had of the fallowing Bookfellers Charingcrofs Strand j in Holborn Fleettlreet j Richardfon and Royal Exchange alfo the Bookfellers at and all he great towns in A RCHITECTUR This day is price The feconsl with an appendix of eleven with THE BUILDERS POCKETTREAStfRE or PALLADIO delineated and in fuch a manner as to render that molt excellent author plain and intelligible to the ineaneft in which not only the but part of ar chitecture been carefully attended illultrated tvith new and ufeful defigns cf chim with their and en tahla at large tor practice architrave fron and mouldings for the infirie of the conitruilion of witli their rump and twift rails framing f and paititions with the method of finding the length and backing of freight or curvilinear the tracing cf fplaytxl or lai1 fotfits with plans and elevations cf a dwelling garden feat and bridge and a table of fcantlings for cutting timber for bus Id Thewhole neatly and correctly engraved on fifty five copper With printed explanations to face each By WILLIAM PAIN Engraved by liaac Printed for at in Fleet near Temple j3 The APPENDIX may be had price 6d A Species of a univarfal price on gui nea a phial for the cure of the lev era tliior ders mentioned in the and for certain re lief in the infirmities of old and all decayed conftitutions of every It is the real Tincture of radically diffojved without any corroftve menitruum it tinges fiiver in its hard ftate taneoufly of golden colour by which property alone may be judged its extraordinary tfficacy on the oumau to and invigorate medicine is not reducible into gold by any chemical as all others are fooad to fold under the name of Tinfture xifGold becaufe they are prpared with corrofive this by a radical and there fore this Tinfture penetrates much further than any other can be imagined to be had only and at the Crown and Seven oppofite nj with ready to bs delivered to tbe at a By Ins M A J E S T Y s For the Improvement of and THE oivTerreitnal and Celeftial in Being complete Subftitutes for a large Pair of Invented and Delineated by And engraved under his on five large Copperplates With the Authors Directions for fittingthem Any fmgle plate may be had for of near Templebar and of all the Bookfellers and Printers in Town and There are two plates reprefenting the and two for the Terreftrial and the fifth plate the Slider or This Day is The Defcription and life of thefe neatly printed in Oc price bound NEW BOOKS and Printed and fold by BENJAMIN at Horaces E Britiui part with 33 plates price The four parts half nine Morants and of part 1 fewed or the three parts Two Views of Richmond published by the Antiquarian price Bevers Difcourfe on the Study of Jurif prudence and the Civil rice Tears of price Archdeacon Ibbetfons Charge to the price Mainwarings Sermon before the Univer fity of price 6i Berrows Lapfe of Human Souls in a State of price fewed Symonss Obfervations on and its with fome remarkable price Adamss Sermon at on In and An Eflay concerning the Cooperation of the Holy price and Mifcellaneous vvith a Profe Tranflation of Hawkins Brownes Latin De Animis Immortali i price or to ii For the letters jigned M and A fee loft To the PRINTER of the June are a friend to the prof of your I think be a friend to that e who lately fo zealoufly endeavoured to promote Tf you muft be with every wellwither to that it meets with fo many if not in danger of finking into a ftate of inactivity and If the men it properly prevent in a great msra frflm being openly vicious but to have laws daily defied with hews that we are ar rived to that height of impiety as hardly any thing but the DIVINE vengeance can If a fociety was to be eftablifhed to reform the Go we ihould efteem it ridiculous and dan Its profperity might increafe our and its downfall give joy to every thinking man But how fuch a fociety as the above mould ever be treated as ridiculous and is amazing For it certainly would be of greater fervice to than any order of men in the whole circle of executive They detect without re ward j they profecute without rancour they call for punimment merely for the public good and I cannot help thin if fuch a fociety was eltablithed by ROYAL it would be of the higheft ufe and honour to the nation in and to this vaft metropolis in If this fociety was to concern itfelf only with thofe who turned the LORDS day into a it would be worthy of the higheft encouragement for whilit In how decent were our how free our highways from the many nuifances which grieved the welldifpofed frequenters of religious aiTernblies fmce this fociety has been every lane and itreet and highway are filled with open ihops or ftalls of unneceffary merchandize Are there not one tboufand pious people in London who would fubfcribe a guinea per annum each in fupport of Co noble an4 beneficial an undertaking If there come forth and fhew yourfelves friends to and your ahnoft abandoned coun try Many have not fpirits or capacity fuitable for an acting Member of fuch a laborious fo ciety but there are numbers ready to if the rich in as well as would contribute o its Shall we fubfcribe thoufands and tens of thoufands to promote our the polite lhe diftrefles of the indigent And can we not one tboufand per annum towards the punimment of wickednefs and and the maintenance of reli and the good if not the very being of fociety Forbid it forbid it com in every ferious mind in every denomi nation of Engliflimen and Chriitians C A T To the PRINTER cf ths I Should not have troubled you or the public sny further on fu1 tf did I not had myfeif moil violently by 2 writer who figns himfelf A n your paper cf the id inftant This gentleman if pleac to rank me atnonglt the dettfted patrons of fur having endea voured to undeceive liie in regard ro feme aflertions by another of your wbo figned A Middling Whether thefe letters are the produce of the from the delicacy of their I am to or whether they have laid their tvv j vviieheads together and begot this lait is not very ma terial fhouid 1 coinplajn of bting io violently wlien tlie moft upright Miniilry that this nation was ever buffed whh is fo ihninefuliv and fo publicly abujeil by this having already fet me down tke crew of monjpo lizers of fugar for what I formerly will take it into his head that I am one cf The became I attempt to defend them but I am neither nor Monopolizer I hope I STI every hondS mans and wilh well to rhe pu I fhail not enter into any particulars in snfwer to Coopers bur lhail only tha every word I afferted in my former wa not withllanding he hasib contradicted If h cannot find cut the paragraph I quoted in the MK dling Trsdefmans I am forry for I am not to anfwer for his want of And I leave ones more to tiie notion he and hi friend endeavours to ihftilinto the minds of the lic of a monopoly in is grouudief andunjuft it is inconfiftent with There is no one perfon in this nor any if they were to employ their vhole could er grofs a part of the impcrtcd here tha j market I from ti every may ruy The falltwing letters are A Poor Advocate for the True Friend to Britain True j A True Friend to Good r To the PRINTER of the Sublata tolciiur F your correfpdndent Omega is any thing more than a fpecislative and has ability as well as inclination to ferve the poor people and manu If we examine its firft we mall find it jj fa6tures of this he have it in his founded upon the nobleft principles of virtue and j POWER to redwe the price of Candles through the Jove of eur What elfe could excite ii Great Twopence per Pound in lefs than perfons of credit and eafy circumftances to enter the j two years although the PRODUCE of Tallow in lifts againlt alltke open breaches of and jj Great Britain and Ireland mould prove fliort cf the the fcandalous di regard to the good order of focij two hit years A line from left with ety It was more noble than to leap into a j VO11 only appointing a peribnal will be of the im porter if he be very or vrry to to diilarb tbe the people by fa lie to nreiadice them rgalnit the Miniitry for not which exiileu but in bis or to become an immediate facririce for the public It was like entejing into a war with one a gaind a or like flopping one breach in a large river whilft breaking out in an hundred differ ent But virtue and a public fpirit fupported by PRO VIDENCE entered upon the arduous enterprize and fucceded j fo as to prove the vaft utility of fuch 2 England does not want laws a gainft the or for the good of the virtuous unlefs in capital our laws are little known by their operation j julice cannot act without and information is a tafk too odious to be endared witheut an adequate reward And what earthly honour or riches are adequate to fuch an odium this without any earthly views attempted the laborious tafk of pointing eut to juftlce the notorious breaches of the the the Law of fo wifely calculated for the good order of and founded upon the laws oi The law cf right and good though branched j into numerous ever rend to one grand 1 the public good j and with that in this fociety took the law for their and purfued every tranfgrefTor with a ncble zeal and pious modera i he fociety for promoting of arts is worthy of the honours conferred upon it the foci ety I have unsler confideration is much more worthy of The firft certainly contributes to the as well as embellifhrnentofthe flate i but the latter is calculated to promote its ef fential if not to fupport its very as arts are only but virtue and good or der means of our From this I cannot help q focietyfar jupprtjjing of vice and is more worthy of countenance from than any focietyinthe kingdom but fo it the degeneracy j of morals is fo that noundertaking whatever meets with fo cool an encouragement as that of pro moting a refer xaton cf I am well aware that it may be what or number of can change the or rectify immoralities of the age To tkis may be why did the LegiilaUire decree laws againlt jfthere was no profpect of good from their execution The law is a terror evil when executed j but whilft is only a reproach to the miniftcrs of We hang and transport capital c lien tiers with good effect no other offences againit the laws of GOD and the would be lefs notorious and barefaced if more regularly and feverdy complied with To the PRINTER of the T has given great pleafure to the citizens of Lon in to fee the paragraph inserted in J Mondays of their worthy Chamberlains having been fet afide from Receiverfhip of the land j abfolutely contradicted in next days though the Chamberlains peribnal merit i it or atleaft ought to the if not re commendation yet if no regard fhouid be paid to I is a very reafonable iuppoii it is not to be doubted that the felicitations of fo relpectable who in the warm eft that the office might be continued in its old have had their due weight and fmce j j no fhadow of reafon can be why it ihould now be transferred to another it wouhl certainly be the highefl indignity to the prcfent Mi to fuppofe that they would make an altera without any reafon at all fuch an alteration as could anfwer no ether purpofe but giving um brage and difguft to the city for although fome ma levolent perfons have that thofe at the helm defign to give it a public and to make the whole kingdom fenfible of their contempt and hatred to by letting alide their Chamberlain at this I look upon all this as a malicious and groundlefs It has indeed been whifpered by who do not care a farthing for the prefent any farther than fuits their own in that the place is actually given away 5 nay it has been confidently that very fubftantial reafons have been given by the great men in why the citys requsft could not now be complied Should this be the I kope it is for the honour of our prefent Miniitry it will only ferve to confirm the general1 that fomepfthem take as much pains to render tbemfelves odious and as others do to gain the peo ples Be this as it I I muft con extremely fupofingthe report to have any to know what thefe mighty fubftan tial reafons that could induce any Minifter to founpopular a Perhapsthe national welfare may be greatly interefted in the and the office may have been given as a reward of the moil consummate for exceeding that cf the Cham But the proceeding appeais at prefent io dark that thofe of the deepelt pene tration among us are utterly at a lofs to account f or I Youriiumble June 1766 A This day armed the Mails from Msy A packetboat is arrived here xrirh letters from the by which we that rsi in the g ft trinquility which proves the falfityof the that fome U intentioneci peilons have atfCted to piopagste on this April The fenate iffued a deciee the zjd of this by which it is ordered thar an be given to ail ftLiiers who are fixty years of i he number of them is about who are to be repbced by young nun the it a from the militia troops newly May A courier paTcd through heie lately difpatched from to whither he cairies to the fur iJl powers for concluding he marriage of Diinifli Majelry witli the md to fake fuch that the Princdi mry iet out the oe ginning oi at hnve alreruty beiTun to rcrMi her houfaoldj of which the Lsdy ds Pleile will be and the Cousu de Bothinar M Ma The Chaldean which was in the printing huiile cf tiie College de Propa li gantia and wan irg nine let the of Joftph IV wno ar rived laft ycr in this been engaged tWireby I to the tiueand in i crdtr to nrint vie Miilui and accoj dingto the ufe of and he has to enchafe the points of without thst Character vvcuJd be Thefs new let I1 ters have breu cait to tke number of 726 o pieces i and the of tbe languages in the is of printing houie of that Colevehavs I betn iiiiwitivriujd for tiii ufc of the Ihs CAtaloga at preiuit twentyeight clii j N D O Chamberlains June Orders fir tke CourTs tiexi tbe otb far one Iif late Sfrtns HigLitfi Charlotta jiler fo hj Sprint High the Duke TLf io jfar ur coloured nb lans Iks Tticn ic blaik full nd 11 dfjlre o bi ticquainicj iaii cuisrs cf the Jaid is be jet c jar ducitF the trice o mfrif sbs cf o vreai a aay lofititbuie to i plttlCK Of This day will go to the Houfe of arid give ailent ro iucb bils as are A of commece nd is on the point of being concluded between our Court and that It is now faid thnt the Right the Earl of Briiiol is appointed Ambafiador ro the Ccurt cf U in the room of tiieEarl of who II coining We near her Royal nghnefs the Pricsfs Aruslia I has maile a preitiu of a imgnilice t rjclily ornamented wih ro vr Jlighneis Princels o ap proaching j th tlie o Private fioin Paii that ibnie of diitiiulion i cr ters fent tira c the of Count jTrac iirercit a reverie of that part by his eJiats is i The by yf ft r mail givss ac of the Sieur tie in the pa ih of a the age cf ic3 of tulnne du aint to the of 104 yorrs of Andrew the hofpital des PetiteiAiisi on rie in which hehad juft his and of Jcha a at in ac the age Q 106
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