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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 12, 1766, London, Middlesex T H u s D the J Q L 1 C THE Hivv joined to tkewtrieti itrsttgb yufcc h it lately ixtn tb taeeautf fo many fo many nut bt gtve f Hia PUBLIC N of je E ws T conftaatly in t u CM j jf ATION s properly attended i by Ii V BltSMTt H 3 OE SBCONfrwHNjJ few robberies wMl if AJLL Pjnbr5 afe of the paoer to advertife their Loffes FIE LTI N art tbt plait f tr to f for iamiustiffte tlljilver bfftke printer tfihis a v A W kiT it i X IV JL Being the Laft Time ef performing This INGs THEATRE in the oo Saturday the of will be performed a new called F IT L O P I The Maficompofed by With new dances to be put and no peribns to be whichwill be de livered That Day arthe faid at half guinea By their NSfA J E S fl E S No perfite toTye trehind ihe iMirinto the orcfeeiba The and will opened To begin at Jcfcdpcfc r Vivaht Rex The thatevening be admitted j MAR Y S O N E GARB mufical entertainments will be continued I during the Summer feafbii Admittance one fHilHngeacfa The ddbrsto be opened at and the to begin at half an hmiF after f 4f here wilt be a ney of Ma chinery exhibitedTliis never hewn day In t wo V0l MEMQJRS the pt Dodkr iXr original en by Frintcd foi in and W in WhVe may be had in two oil a fine and new price bound HE thePEACEHd PAfcl I C tt A R O B Dr and OJK et Itit Majeftys Peace for the cotaityof Printed Mittwl in the hadj wirfi the Ap price of and Parifli tit jteother in onp W OO JC I Q R T E near SuiTyftreetiCthe par idei par fArt dAcpbucherKgar Aftrucj iJefcriptioH du Cabinet de et De Haen Katio Medendij pafg de par Paris Its M fur les Ridicules des JJflnis JKraiTurlesEmurs les Progres de Humaip dans par Paris 15 Xa THponete par Carrac cjoUa Paris Hiftj vwtfyue de Nouveaux Paris a iJdftronoie a la Poftee des a la Poftee des PirU fcvo Eleniens de par De par De Paris 3 des ReyoUitions Critique rfa 3ouverhemertt aes Revolutians dela Paris t vpli o Eleraetis de Art Mflitaire ancient par PAfis ara Vues Plitiques fur Coromef ce des G flu ClJaPceliler iv A ENUINE TRUE lowerend of the mailer at It Is good in all nervous and gives relief in lolwaefs of treinbUngS aad wanderings erf the aiind in hyfteric Jtypocnondriacal and the Jtpceyents 4cknefs it the and off and iwelliii of the of and vweae of the place of horrors which eopte who bafft ace fteinw pecofiar maincr ENJAMIN SYMONDS begs leave to acquaint his friends in aud ge that he has vaults formerly be to the Hofe for RAMSBI7RVy RING DOR CHESTER fmall ALE where foieroharits tnd captaim of fliips be u pen reaforiabk Gentlmen who manSs may depend upon being ferved withVge nuirie This i In two pocket vohimtsi price SERMONS to YOtfN3 WOMENfV Being ries but affectionate which their inftruftion aswellin theaccom plifliments that will adorn their as in the vir tues that will promote their Printed tor MilLuand iritbc Strand inPaRmall and in Paternofter J bis iiay is Printed ALHON vopppfite in Jn One Volume AN HI5TTORY of the LATE Exhibiting the vand of that duringthe and SECRET HISTORY oi thofe and f nevef before by B Paternofterrosvj at Bath at Briftol i at at Oxford j Fletcher and at Cambridge at Norwich at all book Of whom inay be The of the Britilh Houfe cf years and In two price 6d B O O X is TIus Day A CATALOGUE of and curious Collec tion of in aii Learning andLan comprehending various Libraries and very purchafed thisfeafon many ca pital books the krgeft and fine iinpreffions the elegantly bound in Morocco amfither The whole in fine condition which are now felling very cheap for ready money the lowefl price printed in the IWho givesthe value for any or or BoeHs Catalogues to be had of the fallowing Baokfeilers Strand iii Fhjetftreet ivrejf and Exnhatge5 alfo at and all the great towns i neat pocket and sn elegant fad diefTed te bis Royal H5ghnefs the Prince of Wales R OVAL By FRANCIS Printed for Becker and De near in Ofwhom may be had the following New Btffiks jV An By the fe Tltfee a SmoHetts a rihe Sailors a AaEflayon the CoTHimttion of Berkenhouts Pharmacopoeia or Anew etlitida ofMarnnrtteJs Moral THE Meiancholy Nanative tive diftrefsful voyage and miraculous deliverance of DAVID of the SJoop of on his voyage from one of the having lojtall his fatis in a long hard aad entirely his proviiionsj lived two and forty days without the lealt till he was happily relieved by the THOMAS of the in the Virginia In this narrative Har rifon and his niaiie liie offor theu particularly fet who call jets for their to have kilied thefecond ycry they were The whole being inthe man by repeated Right GEORGE Efqj of and Writteu by SE Printed for James oppojitc StatiphejX BOOKS to be S O LD C HE A This day 7s A CATALOGUE of SCARCE Sad many of them fuperblybjiiftd andRuiTia included a fine of ttw thoufand volumes rn tdl arts anq rious in fine coiiditioii felling vary cheap vptf f en iale tiij all By W i L MC T Of whommay be had thsTuU for any library or parcel tobe hadSfthe fellers s Pallma ttbbroriV in ftreet Mi in Stiand j Teaiple baf V Eletcher Pauls chnrcnyarxi f JSrbtlvertpnj Cprnhill booki d leis at j ftiePlace i at Watbjsnttifery arid the fluttering part It would giv2 thegood no cpiicerm H il nothing to pfkes thoft perKbiBspay for their whdfe chief at Jtheif meats conftfts Jn Avoiding theldifeafes attendant But whert that thediffiijlatiori of oeeafiaiied fiard canhot properly be r ecruit ed unlefs by animal mult for the indirftrious wbo cannot renew tnentof that Breaii alone ierioffufficienf to cprtifort the they nave meat in plenty in orderta replenrfti their ftomachs af ter their toils yet meat is now fo that even men of middling fortunes can hatoly affbfd a joint of the belt far their family to dine Tf I am riot has lately at feme markets at the end of the for a pound of rump While Ration laboured under fo threatening a it niight have gravt Minilters would have fpent a few memerits in deliberation on fo raomentous a and tliatrtlre care of our markets would have beenone of If they were of that patriotiTm their flatterers pretend they are endowed po as would have ptrfuaoted their atrention to fo difinal an A fmalt dc gree of might I iifform that the worft of always to be eSpecled from an All hiftory is full of the tragical effeeba of the pre science of and famine and proves that it utterly obedience of any while their larders are Men who have riaughr before their eyes but a cefFation of the comforf fooiv refufe be Perfons iii tliat forlorn will violence by of fuperior if they are at all difpdftd might fee this truth ilifficiently exemplified in ouu of where the general run tile to haVe laidafide all regard go At the farce Jsme I do their na tional to reconilo their honotfiv that they refufed toflre on tbelr diltreffed fellow or lend their to a revolt which takes its origin from the coniiitutipn of human our Mhiiftera ignorant that the fame caufes will every where produce the fame will they4eny that Similarity of which is legible all the human race hath na faith the Koyal and I in neceflity cannot change their or be wrought on fey argument tp alter the temper of their their thoughts are too much engaged on the horrors of their encreafing You preach to as ferraonize on PATIENCE to perfbris under In England we are with this gajl lng that all the evils thejower xrf the people of at prefent gpoan might fpeedily be wpuld our iSiiniftejs their eyes on thofe hiftories in fhe eterj which amply the pre0utipn3jy meaifures praftifed by all wife natipjis iiader tie lilce i tn whenever the public real or ofHcers both at and to buy up the of wherever tfiey at flie fonable and conieey itreilimable conijiio at the Unfor innatecj i ties where that injghtnot be traded out of their lives and domeftic quiet Aftdnll wife Miniftejs have always looketl upon ifas a matj to pay capital attention to the wants o capital wording rtiuititudfts the fervicerof a large laetro polisjcan neither nor provide for But have our this us with 4 pfPofof their entertaininif thefame benevo lent What regard have they paidVte the Poors and the remonftrances of our Prefs pa that jnelancholy Can their para lifes quote one calculated For tfie baneful power of erigjbf 6r the eftorpious prices of butcherr in our markets cy good man niuft fiirvey with pleafure the importance great Her der to fhake fc is ci ty In Fl ared ers too the e u tie are cheap large j ajid fit for the beft tables why not impoit themfTom theiice at the in one veiKls Mtift all tlie natiprial fquanderfed away in corjnp tijaRjaflttflOt thefmalleft prifanEe allowed for tne moft humane piirpofes dur coafts too fvvarm vCitH ahd all manner oF delicious French and buYch for eerto feaft en the prodnSions of our leas f Will our MMftersf never plan of that grest boon neficent the inhabitants dFUi 3 ifland taxes be for ever expendecvpn never one fiiiliing fqueezed from the be applied to rhe relief of thepublic it fesrnj are of cpJiVion thai the rtues ofthe public puglit to be reTerved for a iife that of preferring the nation and frnnj the frauds ofoppreffitig But it plain prefent njhnfleria htrd difdSin the office of providing for Carving and fcorn to of the Poor tth that an fcramble for plices ehgrbtfts all their thoughts as engfofiour pro The Miniflers prffide inSri ffre poffefledof iti all thefr Thejr are equal ingpodnefs to thiir and jhat ties may be froni thereaforis re cently afngned by a fpirited Moberfrart J nation a few days mentioned in ircur uftTul pa That and popular Lord in a few the nubile cf an adhniniftration even tTe feeble Sni V i who treats their demands rtot cjnly vvith but even with ribaldry tViHJ Tur AmbafTador a attendance on that haugmy Ncr is this arrogance tlie only evidence of that ftate off contempt into which Britain has foreign Our internal feelings are alft to6 ftrong of the jug nature of thofe which n8v from which hope for till tfaa irtrtabirity oftlris MinivVry obliges them to give ylaca to another that will pay attention to thofe of which we hava fo through this mayprppofe affociation of prlyatf nien to provide for the wants of the public merits eveij poflible Bat fort becrowaed wHjh the wlfliei fr till anational reinforcement can be evils anrl probable it isj that we Ihall be iucky enough to feem to deferve that favour the eyes of fo long neglected us under fueh threatening I mult your intelligent renders tc As the paragraph concerning the ccan ts he rntber gfivc particular afy reftl lo tn extended ant fifing buildings proclaim atjonce tbelaudable diffJofitiojis of our people theii jniduftrious geniiis thelr in the im piovementof ornamental of fo attd their tliiift to excel in each inechanical lover of mankind muft in liigh a and jpyfully in tileir feivke every talent with natuw eQitTunvjd lo whaj light theny we qonfider lyljnifters who totally the nQceffities of raoft refpeclable city of the oi fuch cnerfeafingnumBels of lifeful members of Society Whatfhall we tfiink of Mm ifters look vyiffatoft on tlie juft comptnints of jlp Tnuny tlioufands of ad vantage and the good of V d it arduoustalkt6 give the public filll on this riiatrweak nonfptoioasin our piefent in fome plead an exciifefor meddle in a which abilities in the wbenjJLeoivuder tlie pemely fpr thedi our capital is fi obvious bs I m Ikatiorf of foeh the honours of the tn manyjwjtS of tliis there is yet plenty of every certain the large Fums wouldnnd collet and To the PRINTER of the tjie crouf temaie candidates for which iudicious author bf an allegoiy the Advertiiei of Satuidaylaft I was fiirprized tb fee nnnes of Lenox Carter whofe leaningis Equalled by few tUe ether iex vvhoc Ode her F ihe had nfiveigiven herexcellent tranflati of Epic and that ftne moral andphilosophical intro ductionto equal to the great fhe has t anftatedj the that excellent fets her ulentbc low thofe of Lenox in the greateit v fSents thatf ever female alip as being inferior to the oompiler of I will Venture to main that thereis more more greaterpower of and elegance ia of Lenoxs original a whole volume of which ihe is plea fed tocall a An ofTRUE June To the PRINTER of the Though I never feud verfes to a news yet as the following are of your inimitable and were partly occaiiqned reading cliSrraing letters in well as by feeing and coiiviriing with I tiyttk you have a kind of to An A IT Beauteous with an gifts of Heavn to few have founH joft Comes without one charm beain of genius to direft she way beauteous face de mean va i ft oer the grace froyi the Not nati When L oOK A feuzsd In iiob And We brought eloquence and HieaJVJBg i J e figureforhirfVo pJ eauties more wYs behjnd LEONORA us Tie beauteous aad
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