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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 11, 1766, London, Middlesex WEI tf B S U j U N E H A Y M A R K E Being the Laft Time of performing This A T T H B INGS THEATRE in on Saturday the t4th of will be rTved a new ferious called p E L O P I D Mufic compofed by new Pit and boxes to be put and no perfons to be admitted without which will be Ircered That Day at the faid at half a guinea each Gaflery ttve By their MAJESTIES tto perfon whatsoever to be admitted behind the nor into the e pit and will be opened at To begin at feven oclock 4Vivant Rex The fubfcribers tickets will that evening Imitted Th LINEN Wholefale and THE of being by mu tual confent THOMAS DYER his grateful thanks to his friends for pait and begsleave to acquaint them and the that is removed to the HEN and oppofite the Bilhopfgateftreet whtre he hopes for the continuance of their which ihall be his ftudy to by the quality of his and reaionabienefs of being deter mined to the loweft for which pofehe has fttmttheriRsr A PLEAT AND Suitable to town or from whence all ihall be duly attended carefully and gratefully acknowledged by their moft devoted and obedient humbte Ihls Day if By Stephen near jn Lad sate price only THE CELEBRATED SPEECH of a CELEBRATED The public may be aflured that this pamphlet con tains every line of that genuine edition which was privately circulated while the under the title of POLITICAL and fold for and Ti If QRGAGNI de Caufts 2 vfoj edition Venice La SEGCBIA di con copiofe Note deli Autore e la fua Vita fcritta da a beHiflima arricchita di figure cgregiamente difegnate da Grave e da piu celebri Intaghatori di Parigi To be ibid by at his the right hand door of the Italian Bridges TbtJ day is for oppofite in In One Volume price AN H IS TORY of the LATE Exhibiting the and of during the years and 171631 Seihg the SSCRET HISTJOAY of thofe and containing many intereftiug never before Sold alfo by in Paternofterrow at Bath at Briftol j at Exeter at Oxford Fletcher and at Cambridge at Norwich at af Newcaftle j and all other book Of whom may be The Debates of tile Britifh Houfe of during the years Ift two price gd wfff te Elegantly printed in Two With the Authors laft and copious Indexes to the whole Work in that THE CONTINUATION of the Complete HISTORY of from the Treaty ot Aix a to the end of the year in cluding AComplete Hiftory of the Late By S M O L L E T who purchafed the former volumes in down to the year to which a full and accurate Index isgiven with the above are elefired to complete their ietts as ibon as The of England and from the defcenr of Juliui Csfar to the end of the year eemplete in r6 with 217 copper by may be price i Alfo juft Smolletts Travels thro France anJ Italy In two price in and Printed far in Paternofter Jtext wtek infOi Printed on a fine piper and naw in four large bound THE JUSTICE of the FEACE anL PARISH JBy RICHARD U R Chancellor of the Diocefe and one of his Majeftyl Juftices of the Peace for the of Printed for in thr Of whom nray be Burns Ecclefiaftkal with the Ap nendix and 2 prke His Juitice of the Peace and Parift price Another in price thePoof with HJs Digelt of tbeMtUtia B O O It S Day on SAX A CATALOGUE of a and curious Collec tion of in al Learriiitg and Lan comprehending various Libraries and very valuable purehafed this kafon many ca pital books the largelt and fine of the elegswitty bound in Morocco and other curious The whole in line condition which are now felling very cheap for ready money only loweft price printed io the BJL JAMES m New Bond the utnioil value for any Library or or itmrd in Hoi born KicharJfon aatl Royal Exchange Bookfelien at and all great towns in A R Y B O N B G A K D E JSl THE muficat entertainments will be continued Summer Admittance Shilling each The doors to be opened at fire and the to begin at half an hpiir after The new coach way turns ddwn oppoiitetlie end of by Oxford through Welbeckftreetfr into Marybofte by which coachmen will avoid the dirty road from Nibb STATE L O T T E R rtrtHE are now X by by JONES and BROWNE at their Lottery next the in The S C HEM a of i0poo aoooo a 5000 10000 4 iooo 8000 JO IOOO IOOOO 500 10000 11945 Firtt Drawn Laft Drawn at6l at 600000 and Southfea with their fe veral Irtdia Navy and Victualling and all kinds of Government bought and fold by 15Ftr tbt ktttrs Jigned PUBLIC AtOCK To the PRINTER of the P late we have heard a great deal relative triumphs of the Eaft India in Much hath been did of their conquefts in thofe parts of the and much in praife of Lord and his glorious But little is faid of the main in which the nation is greatly intereftedj I that baneful exportation of fo much by thit great which annually this kingdom of the belt me dium of I im not that the friends of the Company give that they im port in gold in than they export in iil It be more comfortable to the people in if Aey few this allegation well and it certainly is ift the power of the Com pany toj exhibit a full proof of that if it is JfcaUy Extracts fromtheir books and to thst article of would imme diately quiet our It thfctemy other branch the Eaft India without excepting their dealings in Can be not but even proved to Jbe to the Tueir tea to be ex a itf all the of our iteve Twelve milHoys of pouuds of is our national coflruntptioaiKtbatait and that quantity cofb not iu the Imndred thousand abwf ports in by the moft to four times that if not b two hiillions of our Nor can their importation of cajli and bfr proved td be noxious to this ki Thefe articles of drcf s are a trifle in the Eaft 5 aod bdides the profits of almoft infinite quantities of thofe conunof dities which we daily no good argument can be adduced to that fhofe worn within the are fo much loft money as they coff in or even detrimental to our woollen If we will give the leifure to that for piece of Auatic caliico or nniflin worn within this there is exported by us a piece of our own manufactures of equal which brings jhto the kingdom nearly as at if not quite as as waspgid in the Eaft Indies for the indian This is the cafe with fo many of 0ie Afiatic commodities imported by our Eaft India that I am fornetimes tempted to that every fhiUing brought into Batain by ex ports of that great Company might be almoft de moHftrated to be fo niuch clear if their ex portation of bullion could be cleared up in a man ner equally honourable to thofe diftingurfhed mer Without the aid of this we could fort ao cargoes for the fiaijfe the coaft of Aftica or Nor can it be doubted but that we are greatly enriched by feve of beneficial which the Eaft Indk Company ll caorry on with j with ail it muft be tfiatwe a deal fof that an4 ex pended w ocean of in their fei Without A nttipHjkl they could ftever over their tie norfobdued Kabobi ffmpted thtir Ijj Oat without our that rich asd now would they ever t which ftp I CaflWir byt tliisk it inctimbent Company to u that the Eaft India Company will pro ceed in thefe of if they longer fail in giving the public that farisfaciion in their prefent they Iwve fo a right to demand of a Company whom they have protected atfo great an No drain of eur bullion ought to be allowed exift j arid if the exigence of fuch a drain is overloofced by our no thing can feve iliis commercial people from Of what importance to us is adl our Rational if any Compariy how favoured or great fbever it may mall Have permiffion ta pillage us of our In that cafe we for ever bur gains what they the Eaft India Company re mains an dpeii gulpby gaping for more filver than we can give the rnoft beneficial commerce will never afford us a lafting It is in vain for that great Company to pretend that others are as guilty as that the exportation of if riot praftifed fb openly by yet is carried on with and that the advantage they btherwife bring the entitles them to an indulgence in that the crimes of thofe for the fake of fecretly export our filver to Holland and will never excufe an open under the of thofe laws which eftablifh the EaftIndia Nor can the continuation of a legal indulgence be expecledlor a noalverfation which disappoints ail our views as a trading people far if fo vaft a channel for fwallowingupour wealth is allowedfio remain we mall labour for ever without being the un lefs it berrue that the returns from the Eaft Indks in gold are equal or fuperior to our remittances to in filveK And if this is why not prove to our that it is and then our minds will be at This fatisfaclion is eafily given to the pub incafe thefacT be as is fepreierued and if the EaA India Company declines this reafonable t6 the I arti certain that BO excufe can be offered a Mioiftry which overlooks fo effential an arrsr in our commeccial t We to our filver by our rated too and in Holland and other nations of We are alfo that this defecl in our laws tempts avarice to export that precious Nor can we imagine that aay prohibiting the exporta tion of our wall ever be duly attended to while this tempting motive to dafobedience then fliould we not remove this evil ajfo at the fame that we oblige the taft India Company to an relative to their bullion exported to Afis What this Miaiftrywill do ia that I know But this I will that the Miniiter who will thefe under his infpecl the consfuft of theEaft India Company as to and the value of filver ih England to it now bears elfewhere in would well deferye aftanie me rit to have his name tranfmitted to pofterity in the honourable v M E R C A T O kttert yrt An A Fritftd to Fautor JPrkfll o An believe you was riot fo rfuich in the dart as ou af and to Was th complaint made beforefomany gentlemen on pLrfjoTe that they might rnterpafe To cut off every prttence of gnorance as to the I vldfpie in that every fage of the North in which you have been er even alluded was written by Your humble JOHN M A R T T N s S t Kt AS I faid in the Hctife of Commons thstthe writer of the North who nad ibb bed me in the was coward as well as a malignant and infamous f oundrel and your letter of this mornings date that every paflage of the North in which I have fieen or even alluded was written by t muft take fhe liberty to that you are a malignant and infamous anil that 1 de fire give you an oppun unity of fliewiug me whe ther the epithet of cowardly was rightly applied or I defire that you may meet me in Hyde Park with a brace of each to deter mine our I hall go ta the Ring in Hyde with my piftols fo concealed that nobody may fee them and I will wait in expectation of you one As1 fhall call inrnywaydr your houfe todeliverthis I propofe to go from thence direftly ro ihe King in from whence we Jf it be to anymore private place and I men tion that I ftall wait hour in order to give you time to meet I humble Hotel df Martin prefents his to and li fires to know how he flatter ing from performance of iu long a at this feafon of rke that his health is perfectly cannot help taking this opportunity to allure Mr had dsfirea fliaw to deliver ap written to MK on the i6th of as it occurred to the latter thatany imaginable ue be made ofit to andbefore had heard from Bradmaw that it was given returns his thanks to for his at tention te by Airing the early notice he did to of his ing btmfelf to be in It is imppffible for to think of taking part in any affair ef that he may find de pending in the Houfe of Commons at his arrival m He propofes to let off from hence on his return on Monday but believes he fhall not fet foot in London till thofe affiirs are to avoid evea a colour of that he is capable of appearing againft after hath fo recently To which Wilkes returned the foilowinoan fwer Hotel de Wiikess compliment to and is much obliged by the favuur of his is gpirrg gay his refpefts to and7 Msfi is will afterwards wait upon him for ia qviarter of an at the Ho tel de PRINTER of the YQtl are defired to acqiiaint the that the of the aflbciatioa for reducing of butchers who have lately wrote in your paper under the names of A Friend to the deferred the pub of their which arere fpeftable fubfcriptions expeclririg the propofed bill amend and the leveral laws now in being againft engrofitrs and foreftallers of caftle and other would have pafled the late and have rendered fome parts of their plan urmeceffary but as that is not the they intend to previous to publHhlhg the they hereby requtit the favour of aji interview with your valuable correfpondent Omega 5 for which obviate all doubts oi a you herewitli their which you are requested to give only to fuch as can produce a by a fimilarity of that he is fent by Omega it is will favour them with facha directed to as he may judge To the P R IN T E R of the AS the notices in you paper have frequently guarded againft the nu merous foares of artful I defire you will in fert the jjpllowinjf inftance of modern and I fesx them to make if it m not tear iltc f he thif daily fstt iit A Gentleman lately purchafed and paid the bqilder a row in the Jldghbbufhood of without previQuflydif that near tfeird of the coft would be taken to cure its dangerous Applicadon to the Only you have paid me for the and had it tumbled itwould have been HOfhingHo it might ftot be improper to appoint public fvvorn iufpeCtors or to vifit hOiifes in tlwir various which are running up for fala around this mftt Apolisj and a faithful jcport of each in a book kept for fhouM csnTe the pprchafers to be itWiBaofwer the end inrenddd by B E N E V O L HlSTORK O TKfi pcffed bftnvetn tiut MARTIN never before YeflerAay 0 mail from May ThfpeafaKts nf the jurifbic tion in the government of hav ing revolted under the command of a certafu the Governor of and fhe Major GeneralsCount de Spens andde gave the Kingimmediate notice tber by different cou riers upon rthich his Majerty lent them orders to troops and march againit the rebels wiih out delay but they laid down thtir arms before any detachment of fcldiers coold reach and frized their whom they conducted themfelvts tq the prifon of where he is ftill waiting hia with fome more of the May 1 he Marquis de Gregorii Squi lace is but he has not yet appeared at Tisthought to his ellatein and fpend of his days there in tmn May The Corficans appear refolved to maintain their independency of the ftate of coft what it notwithftanditig the trouble certain powers give themftlves to bring about an The army of the Mal is made to amount to bet weeneighteen and twenty thoufartd befides a good number of and more than jive hundred Their Chief is meditating a proj the execution of if it will decide the fare of the iile to their AH the inhabitants above iixteen years of age to take up and ap pear on the firft nctice at the rendezvous May The Emperor addrelfed to the Jmerial the 5h ult a containing eighteen founded qa the conftttutibns ot the and tending to abridge the of lawfuits bjc the multiplicity of their commurjication parties torne rples for the or Agents and hy pre be adminiftratioji of iplained yefterday before five hundred that ycru had been fiebked m Briton3 but I have rcalon to venting the abufes which Iminiftratioji of May The King has gratified fhal Dukede Broglio with a until he be provided with fbrne William Brymer and dealers and to fuirender the ijtb and a7th rnftantj aid of at fix in the at Barnard of the of grocer and to furrendet and at ten in the at the of tfat Black Spread Eagle ift Richard late of the city of dealer in tofurrsnderthe t6th and 17th and of at three in at tbe Rummer in the parifli pf Ail SaintSj in Qayt apfreinteiljtr making the Jiwdtttdj of Bankrupt eftntti io Edward late of tft of merchant fince the at three in at thaOolden jn
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