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   Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 21, 1766, London, Middlesex                                The Gazetteer JUNE The THIRD A T the THEATRE in the Tuefd being the of will be performed a called The COLE by FOOTEj Richard Aickin Sir William Laftle j the Davis Palmer j M George j and WESTON Quick j Francis and Strutron SHUTER by a YOUNG GEN Beiitg htr 3d appearance on any llage ENTERTAII MENTS of By Aionfieur AH N and Mifs To winch wni he adderi a Farce called MISS IN H E R T E E N Fribble with a long in character SHUTER MrM George Cap Palmer lavis Quick Ni1 George and Mifs Biddy by a YCUNG GENTLE being her appearance on Boxes Pit Galleiy e doers will he open at and begin at feveu are to lend their fervants to plates Paues fur the boxes to be taken of at the Rex xVijo N K G A R THE HiHHcal entertainments will be continued during the Summer Admittance one hilling each The dors to be opened at five and the mufic to begin at half an hour after fit here wiil be a new Piece of Machinery ex hibited This gj1 Many co plaints having been made to of the waiters company to fi down in their prcre uiing they were Already taken fuch La les who are refuftd for the are lequeUed to nppiy to ths bar of the or CANADA THE oFCuiada are to take no that a General Meeting of the faid Pro pi will held at the New in Swithin ntar the pre cifely at one on Monday the sjd inftant and as it is on buliiiets of the importance to it is hoped that evei y Proprietor will By Order the flew York Ar PETER WHITES oifd the corner or Suit head Newgate are made and wnoelale oild filk and linen grea and bathing with various forts of oild cloth and fik um either for exportation or oim Oild liik and by the piece or in linall quan To Inch Gentlemen as nay be to form a Company for ihc erecting a work faulting or other nd batteri ach fituation my be had for that pur wit a good co Inry on the cominediaus navigHiiou to t a plentiful iup ply of water for tue altering and quantity of land that may be thought The adrer tifet will have no objection to en age in the coi cf at the oil and drug mil in t e S iv A commodious furnifhed or with great uu11 tht Kiver at tobe IV ii G O K S1 M FOR T B By oppoike in the Boukleller to his ii R G E du Paris fur un Monument finguHer des de Paris Le f lUioiOjjhe fans le favoir par Mi Tom Com Paris Hiftoire dei Progres de 1Efprh hunuin dans les ies par Paris Efiais Hiaoriques fuf par De Saint tome De la Paris LaTheorie des i Paris Precis de 1Hiiloire avec des Re par LAbbe Paris Dictionnaire Raifonnc dAnatomic de Phy 2 Paris Didionnanede 2 Paris Rechercbes fur 1 Art Effd dAp plication de la Foitification a la S Paris Halleri Elemeata tomus IVHiiloire de 1Art chez les par j Lts Interers des Nations j Ts the P U B L I AS no pains have been fpired by us to fecure the purity and authenticitjrof the Wards invaluable the file of which being en trufted to our care by the publics generous bene John Jilq we thntk it Btcefiary to give this we have now deputed Henry print and bppofite Bir in to itll the in the in piace of Kobert Wi thy and alfo they are to be had at Charles as uiual 5 lb that hereafter no other parlous in Parker and Marih will have any of ths abovtfaid medicines delivered to them for fale by us consequently whoever to have mult intend to imwoie on the F I E L D I N DINGLE io the FRiN FER oi tas G AZE T F E L ANY and grievous have been the the iave efcaped uncenfured I mean foreftallers and i engroflers of That the prices of fugars have of late been prodigioufly enhanced by their diabo lical I might appeal to every fugarrenner in London but to convince tiie public that my accu fation is founded on tliefolid bafis of let me afk any impartial and difpnmonate how other wife can the within thefe few yearSj of that commodity be accounted for To what other pslfible caufe can it be that that in the time of the late war were iold from 16 to 46 and are now at the enormous price of to and have lately been from 42 to when the freight and now is not lb high as at that time by more tliajl one Many wh are not converfant in the fugnr may be puzzled to inveftigau it myelf and a great many who have fut and ttill fuffer very feverely by iheir internal can be at no manner of lofs at all about it as what I I by fad to be un doubted truth if called can bring of every fylhble J I therefore beg through the channel of your to lay the whole myftery of iniquity open to the When a fleet arrives from the Weft one would na turally that the Weft India who is the would be the pro per perlbn for the lugarrenners to apply to for raw fugars yet that is by no means the cafe the moft even before they have been he might as well apply to the greenftall for that ar before that period they are become the property of fome overgrown grocer or who gracioufly condescends to rstale them out to the refiner in fuch a runner as to keep the prices at the moft unconfcionable and amafs a molt unweildy and unbecoming fortune to his own unde ferving felf unfeeling of the dillreiTes of the indi and utterly deai to every feeling of and the groans of an agonizing 1 may poflibJy be that if they cannot af ford tobuy the prefent price of they may live vey well without them but let me afk thefffage if they have ever calculated the power of which I look on to be a fecond na if they let them tell me how well they think it will fuu either the or evencon ftitution has been ufed to what they call the fuperfluities of life for twenty or thirty to change his regimen I imagine wot at alL to raiffi fuch in to er rather to give up the point in It is an underiahie in the fewer hands any article comes the lower will be its price to the confumer therefore it will that the ratre of thefe harpies clutches the fugar comes the higher the price will amount If has frequently happened have been fold by the importf r to a as they re called by the trade and from him to three or four before they have into i he refiners hands and thefe cormorants are by no means the people that will fell without a lining pro From theses a conjecture may be how infupportably heavy thofe livings lie upon the moul ders of the Thefe people within thefe few encreafed and multiplied fo amnz the fugar trade is now almoft entirely got into the hands of the for our practices at home are the occafion of If they are chagnnd and con founded that fomeyears ago we exported a very great to and that we do not now freight one finge hip ftitH that theone end of the year to the other let them re flect that the whole trade is got into the hands of and curfe the diabolical If ihe who formerly were fvip plind with fugars folely from Great now purchafe only from the let them that while the trade is thus managed tit it is impomble it mould If they will quietly and tamely yield themlelves the unrenfting prey of thefe let them banifh fronv their breafts every idea of what thgy once and quiet ly fubmit to the ftroke of fate but on the con they have fpirit enough left to acquit them ftives like men and let them unite with one heart and one hand againft their common ene firmly upon no to give any quarter to a whofe but fatal machinery is levelled at their very being as a I Your conftant A SUGAR for uTur to d brzn and pollard been t1 afford to keep A c rhat his pork cod him per and his djk e apits the dirt trouble fit to tar j bran and polJ ib Whu mfht there faany the when ihe of of from pice of alt kinds of makes lu u ale ta eaf pork or ponitjy This prodtce a i them to lie ilill dearer this he the till the food for thole animals Is become fo cheap as to enable ihs breeders of to en creafe their aivi a if ore thevn pt moderate prices j yc a if ore t r cjrreipoiule t rntsca c rinrlon of i be more II j complaints of late agairJt foreihJ lers and engroiiers that they art but too and not i m a the prefent high price of provifr Msof all and the con fequent difrrefFes and calamities o too fatally there is f tiiKiii that lias efcapecl all of and though heir baneful influence been ftvgreiy and that by the cnufcs no of afcertaimng their but this is that unlefs fome remedy is found out for this growing it will in and that no great time entirely ruin the trade which has but too many haivfhips already to ftruggie and produce itiil greater grievances to the which already agonizes at every The only method that I can of to effect this defirable for the refiners to unanimously to buy of none but the and leave the jobbers de ferved facrifkes to their own defpicable Thefe are not all the difficulties tha the refiners have to en counter with as the jobbers are by no means over fcrupulous in point of every method is ta ken to and the Coopers aid is called iu to complete the Ihipendous Ths method of felling fugar is by the fample now it is well known that where the fugar is quality is finer and better than that which is and it is equally well that wherever there is a hollow part in the there the fugar will be faund which is difcovered by founding the The public will be amazed when that by piercing the cafe the critical they will fell the whole two or three fliillings above the value of the real quality of that of the whole Some of thsfe worthy gen tlemen I mean the fugar coopers will if there are ten pounds af good fugar in the whole that they wUl draw it and others that they can draw a hogfhead to fell for half a crown more per hundred weight than their Thefe ajre which cannot be ccrh To make any comments upon them would be for common juilice naturally flies in the face of fuch injurioui in order to remedy this I would propofe taat the fample hole be cut in the centre of the head of the and a fample drawn from top to bot and when drawn mixed all and made the fample of the caik drawn with out taking either or any other part This is the method at and Glaf and what the machinations and impofitionsaf the jobbers and coopers render highly necefibry in If this method was to take the re finer would have a cha ce to purchafe his dity of the fame quality and value with that of the fa m pie from which lie bought it which is now very Hiiely I have briefly and fairly the deferable practices ufed in this once valuable artde of commerce and by means of this branch which if it had been jpriiihiiy and could not have failed of tj the emolument of the whole nation is g the rnofc deplorable and ruined i Let the public therefore be no longer furpnzed chat To the PRINTER of the Init and bJeft weapon of a is JL When reajon recourfe is had to in hopes prejudicing or provoking paffion but neither of thefe purpoies fliall be anfwered by it in this TiTe public will no more be by bare and abuiive that the German claimants are in the than I will be Ib far put out of as to mix perfonal confiderations with the merits of a cauie of jach luj perior Dirt uuiy well ftick upon guilt but it rebounds from into the face of the filthy In my tirit letter on this publifhed in the Gazetteer of the third of I That the public had moft certainly been but by whom iemiined to be made To which I here every thing is now prepared for clear ing up this myftery to the as particularly as the laws of our country wiil in this manner j farther than which no abufe mail provoke me to i The means by nuhicb that infult the iiijlnjjs ef the iff re Jbull be and the arttj fices praftijed to fereen the perpetrators of fuck by attributing ibefe to and making the ferefj bear the biame of under tey bad j tbemftlvts Jufered innocently and moft andixmrt defigned to fufferfliR jball be laid iten and then the impartial public will who are the knot y Nor fliall this be done meerly to threw dirt the motive of it is to remove a railed for the j bafeft and lay before the the j grounds upon which application will be with j the ffifonggft confidence of fuccefs to the laws and legislative powers of this by the injured iuf for that hitherto attempted to be kept from them which application fh dl he fupported by fuch direft and plain proofs of names a for obvious reafons it is improper to produce can be one only h the plentiful and amierj When this is all anrl fj that ever to procure the natural wiil be the lowering the extra prices of of every ether kind of ood niddling and lower of people can fetd rhe abyve then hurrb be fnid at rcafdnabie or there lie ru 1 have hicherto conliclcrrd ftinir exceileiit plan only in refpea to the eitlcr ii have i of but vvheri 1 numbers of ts be theiti I and t ar many hihoininu find new and lull 1 lay PC no doubt to be rhe the price o that hands xvi there is pprove canhot poflibly dtuimciit ch c L 0 N D to ciitntry to ths toflMt termit ten tt so The To bs ieni dircdtd fvr ft o Weekly Jdnnif the dilivrj r ro f i iff F O U R P Sfc I v wchavthetli like the flies from a that there is though advanced m the mean he left liable to a at he mult be a bad painter indeed ivbo rttuft fubfcribe tie name to make the becft le draws And is lie only anfwer neceflary to be given to your An if he lealiy is intided to th ihews by his to be ot Daniel de Foes true barn To the PRINTER of the GAZETTEER I it muft be evident to every candid that what I offered in your pa per of the 6th was from ibme knowledge of j the perJbns and characters of thofe who form the cutf jor Sufpr effing flee and Immorality and as or in your todays confofles an enfire ignorance of any of them conre quently muft write from or a painful fen 1ation arifiag from the experiencing or nnticipating juitictf and neceffity of fome wholefomc I moil willingly leave the public to decide which is befi fupported by or moft worthy of atten tion June C A T To thePRINTER of the AMONG the many fchemes which have been offered in your paper for the public fljere is not one which feems to deferve more atten tion than that of putting tie bounty on fimr on a jufl equality with that en as mentioned by your cSfereipondent A Friend to the in your paper of the i4th inft Other fchemes feem to have fome private intereft for their but this aims at the general good and as it may be very eafily put in and b double faving to the nation in point of and an univirfal I can have no doubt but that the legislature will adopt as loon as it is properly laid before r Whatever private advantage may accrue to thofe concerned in the corn and meal I cannot pre tend to determine j but that it will leflen the too ex orbuant price of give work to many in duftrious and make many of our manufac tures become cheaper both to the consumers ar and the markets is felfevident and that this can be done without lelfening vlie rents to the land or diminifhing our exportation of or wheatfl which has brought in fuch vaftfums yearly to the is greatly to its ad So that I think it is the molt and beneficial plan that has been offered to the public in this prelent Every perfon who has even bred hogs or poultry j for his own family tnut have found the price of f lowing is a copy oi has HI of the nrinoo the tv teren ma they aljbid ii winch vincing And underiieatl1 Extras a f Ihere been un thai total delimit i ever affair or tor to be the peoic are of ail t daily Svfs rro ioine feverr th t Th court in variety takes Yetbirday mcrnng i irdjn his Serene Prince f and to Lngland alioi Orange is SoiTierfstbonfs i ceptioa of The the I rmtl We hear the Earl of Bei k c nuiry of a Iiace uiinbcr of yeniv t tue tnne tr g i r the rcc te Ki Houfe of LHd oi the and Ranger tlit Fcrclt of ciVioytdfor a   

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