Thursday, June 26, 1766

Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser

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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 26, 1766, London, Middlesex The Gazetteer and Neu Daity U E i Frcm the Salt of THE GAZETTEZR AND N W A i L Y A D v E R T13 E R joined a the uoriet t Wicls through ivhich it poffes has lately been tb of detecting fo many andef ap fo many that it may bt la give THIS rustic all mfwmaiisni of tins feat if constantly infeited in THIS iucH INFORMATIONS are properly attended to by JAWNBROK iR STABLE BUYERS OF SECON B H AND feiu robberies nvill ffcape deletion tjfctciallj if PERSONS make ufe of the tame paper to atlveitife their loffes The WARNINGS from int every thing loft in tbt or toy art for immediate difpatcb ta alljHver fmitjitt by tbe printer tf this H A Y M A R The FOURTH AT tbe THEATRE ROYAL in the HAY THIS DAY will be performed a called The COLE by FOOTEi Richard Aickin Sjr William Caftle the Davis Palmer MGeorge 5 and WESTONj Quick 5 Francis and Strution j Lucy by a YOUJSG Being her appearance on any ftage With ENTERTAINMENTS of By Monlieur and Mifs To which will be added a Farce called The Dick with the Original Prologue DAVIS Murden Hurft j Pre Palmer MGeorge Weiton Aickin j Quick j Charlotte by the YOUKG GENTLEWOMAN who performed Lucy being her 4th appearance QJI any Boxes Pit Gallery The doors will he open at and begin at feveu Ladies are detiredto feud their fcrvants to Jeeep places at Places for the boxes to be taken of at the ViVant Rex A R Y B O N E G A R D E N THE mutVcal entertainments will be continued during the Summer Admittance one fhilling each per The doors be opened at five and the mufic to begin at naif an hour after here will be a new artificial Piece i exhibited This jfhe favourite called the maybe at the T ItefiJUHGs orignal m Newport continues to be made Venetian Blinds for the infide or uuftde of h ftained of a moit beatftifu or any ether not the leaii wffeniive to fcweH j they give three dif ferent fhades to s not eniy obilruck the fun foining but prevent being and are made as tight though of wood thofe formerly made of patteboard f they drtw up with the fame eale as a andwill engage them to laft for feveral without wanting the lealt may be Jixed up by any without the leaft difficulty nor will theyhiridcr the fattening of the whether they are up or For orders fent from the pleafe to take the height and width of the windows between the Likewise is at the above fpring curtains of all mahogany with great variety of patterns of fainted canvas for flowcrd I H I I 1 C U Vl O 9 O W in HAVING purchafed the remaining copies of Scotts Supplement to Stevenss Greek The Conibmunujs aud Scapulas formerly fold for two now offers them till Chrilimas for cie guinea in or one pound five half binding the time the will be advanced to one pound ten Where may be Baileys Etymological containing forne hundred words omitted in Johnfons by There are veryfew copies left of DrJamess in 3 large for jrly fold for Jiine are now oirered for fix till GUriitraas after which if the price will be advanced to feven Kowonfale one of the Largeft collection of all which vftl continue felling daily till the of January Catalogue may be had and if the money to be given or allowed qnany with a diicount of and fifteen per in proportion to the fum laid Theje fonte heat bookcafes to be difpofed and a of and forae cript the undoubtedvCtLkE of the ami ESSEN MINERAL Thofc who areifo as w try will con tinued that there exiti irt nature an eqiially and elegant cure for the and aU fcorbuticdifortkrs From its uncoinmonly yet gentle operation on the it vriU not fuffer the leait impurity to remain therein 5 in the moil furprifing becaafe infallible manner it re foas never to thedeepeft kpiofy and fcurvy that human nature was ever ambled as well as the Uigiieft inveterate old and ulceraj obftmAte inflammations of the and cu taneous complaints of every kmd icavwg the blood pure and the fltm as as theheaithiettaew born babeia tbe Any further particulars if thsught awy be and the advice of afkilluUuvgeon without the leaft ndditioml by applying auyforenoon from 9 to to at his haufe name upon the door in andwbcrefht Bflence of Minerals is fold m bottfes of wrapped in plain frinted directions by the authors it W foM alfo at V book on LudgatehiUj and at Hoy in Parliament L ters from or genticmen of trie i This day is Printed on writing in two neat pocket price fewed in blue THE ENGLISH CONNOISSEUR Containing an account of whatever is curious in Painting and in the and Seats of the Nobility and principal Gentry of Eng both in Town and At few of it is well any Catalogues are to be Printed Davis and over againft Holborn in Picca dilly at Where may be printed in the fame price Algarottis ElTay on Paint ing in which are explained the Theory and Prac tice of that Art together with the feveral Criteria neceflary farm the Connofleur and the Thu is In one price or THE CONTKAST a political in which moft of the tranfactions of the late adminiftra tion and are impartially Wteh an hiltorical differtation on the origin of the and jn the The Critical for December page fpeakingof the political writers at that are pleated to That their JUSTICE and CAN DOUR obliged them to that the Con trait is i far more tolerable writer than any who ap See a proof of their farther jufice and candour to thisbookin their Review for May Printed for in This day is In one price the Right the Marquis of THE THEORV and PRACTICE of GIN treated in a new and eafy with the conltruclion and ufe of an for readily blving the feveral cafes alfo riiles fur cal culating the charges of with Remarks on Beiidors laft and various problems of ufe the practical gunner To which are pre the Elements of Vulgar and Decimal Arithme By EDWARD Lieutenant in the Royal Regiment of Printed Paul facing in the Where may be juft in one volume price Joannis ad Cenfuram Scriptorum price A NEW EDITION of THE HISTORY of the LATE Exhibiting the and of that during the years and Being the SECRET HISTORY of hole and containing many interelting FACTS never before At tbe fume time is A New Edition befng the Sixth including to which is added an and all the Authors laft Corrections and which are entirely of The LETTER concern ng the SEIZURE ef CA and SURETIES For the By the FATHER of C A N D O Both priated for Burlington in Piccadilly j and fold by in Pa ernofter Or whom may be Two late PROTESTS upon a very INTERESTING SUBJECT together with Lifts of the prefent Price only iji i in bring nich a large return of money into the nation an8 in ali tafds It muft be agreed withoiit the ad mi man of one that it is more advanta geous for a commercial and induftrious kingdom to export a full manufactured than to carry out the fame while it remains a material in trade or is capable of being further ma Couid apply this principle to the corn and fubititute flour for in the great bufmefs of it would be happy indeed for us but as the granaries of Hamburgh and Dantzick will not permit us this forced march upon the we muft be fntisfied with promoting the exportation of by bringing that commo dity to foreign upon eafier terms than they can purcbafe wheat if this is by any means practi and that it I is By we five hillings bounty upon exporting enables our merchants to bring their to foreign upon fuch terms j that we can fell to the continent any pre ferablejto all ciher From the j conference is clearly that if we will give fuch a bounty on that the flour may be ibM proportnjnably cheaper than our wheat in foreign in thai cafe we fliall find the foreign markets fo open to our that it will be purchafed pre ferably to the wheat ot any The Friendic the Public has indeed mewed us the impropriety of the prefent low bounty on the ex portation of ami in what proportion that bounty is to be in order to put our flour on anequal footing with our wheat in the kets abroad and greatly is the public to him for the pains he has taken in detecting the planof which at prefent prevails wuh j reipect to and hewing us the many advantages attendant on encreafmg the bounty on exporting that j fo as fiour may be fold equally cheap abruad with the which would have produced that quantity of that is not quite the thing we muft do more if ve will gne te of the ballance to the buyer of our then may be Certain that the foreign confumers will buy our flour rather than our wheat and of confe quence the fiour will find abundance of in which cafe our merchants will export it If it is as your correfpondent the to the Public Hates that in four quarters Lately price neatly In Two Volumes in THESAURUS POESEQS LEXICON VER et Synonyma tarn ad Explicatipnem Vocabu quam ad Coinpofitionem Poeticam pertinen tia coiipkc in ftudiofz Gratiam et Uri ex optimis quibuTque Poetarum GrsecorUm qua adiiuc nunc primum Cui Poefi feu Profodia Grsccrum Tradlatus sd finem adjunfta Vo cula quorum in Syilabis de Quantirate aliquid it ex non fatis aut in eadem fedc diveribs pedes etiam Syilabse et Ancipites Autore MOREL Ex et Impenfis Jofephi This jreek Tliefaurirsrs an original contains more than a thoufand words thnt havk been omitted in or other Greee the littersJigniz CI TIZENAMOR LOVER of FISH of a Letter from Colonel to James Syftem of An laft To tlie PRINTER of the GAZETTES HERE cannot be a greater curfe entailed on any than is confequent of a Mir and weathercockJikemea The iaterefts of the people are then neglected while the inftead of adverting to the benerit of the employ theiufelves ia cabals promotive of wkere the fole fubjsct of con verfation rolls on tliofe means which oblige the MinHlers to give way to a new fett of candidates for the honour of their Then nothing re lative to trade is mentioned among the propofals for power and at that time any propofal for cheapening our would be regarded as If that was not agd had not been die cafe with us for feveral months of that dearth of provi which fo much torments our had been long ago banifhed from our markets j and fuch re gulations in trade would in courie have been efta as could not fail JO give a new fpirit to our while it ftagnated that of our rival neigh as a very few reflexions on jur commercial will make very plain to the of your the EngHfh nation exported their but refieclion foon taught their vrifer pofterity the expediency ef prohibiting that injudicious ex and encouraging that of our woolen To this happy thought we owe the moft be Fronv hence our woolen ma take their which maintain fo many thoufouch of fellow and aauuaily f of wheat there is one of confifling of pillardsand it is that every four export with our wheat a million of quartet s of fueh if retained within the king would lower the price of and bring up a quantity of the inferior creatures fit for our Why then fhonld not we give fuch a bounty upon the exportation as would in foreigners to buy even preferably fo our fince by that means we mould retain within the that prodigious quantity of offals above i taken fiotice fo for bringing up ancl fattening hogs and poiiljtry Nothing iefs tfinu feme ftrange infatuation Tare can make jo blind to our own as tj refufe our aflent to a fb beneficial to the whole and as advantageous arrived the Mails from Holland May Lttsers juit received from ftantinople that recruits ae with li greateft diligence both here auJ through the Ottoman Jum dn the jth there fell here a violent itonn of and thun The cloud broke at the diilarics of a quarrer of d Uague from this and we inoi than five feet under water by the vi wf the tor which has carried away feveral Five millers were drowned and b ml taken fhelter under a hii mother aiui near was killed by the O N n O The laft melTenger who went to the Right found him at i Men day aboutfhre o their Ma jefties the youn irinojs ivtr in a barge from rervinicUaiiout his Roja Highneis the Duke cJ tork arrived f Bath osi Saturday in the ficiioon For tis thought he continue a loMgings bting taken far that his Maiefty gave to his Rnya the Duke of Glouceiier tiie legimsnt which Pulteney hath We a e toKi the Earl of Straiimore uii le appointed one of the Petvs cf i room of Ivarl of Siulih deceived snd not the Duke of as has been There is a talk that jemral Pu be mais Governor of in the om of Genera ir to promoted at Duke nnd Diuh f of Yeltcrday their Graces rh Ancafcer fee our their country feat u Grlnl in lor the lurnvier Yelhrday the Weynouh delivered of two Letters jiilt received from that fourteen men of war ancl fri ar the of whic i hit Admiral but thi cleltniaaon ung cut to ot the to the merchant and as to the induftrious j j It is plenty of animal which we jj as well for ftoririg our ihips ata more jvalbnable aV for feeding cur poor j and fince nothing more than that by the means above proposed we fhall always have enough ot fuftenance for the lowercreatios cheaperthan it is that by adopting this meafure we fhall obtain if not our defired fo neceffary to be purfued upon commercial as well as humane views as well forthe fervice of the merchant in his as that the weary ftrengthened by more plentiful may with a better recruit cf to perform labour in two than he other wife could compafs in three and this1 mode of lowering the price of animal food pofTeffeth this fur ther that the interelts of agricul ture are noj thereby liicrificed to the conveniences of the poorj for the nation in and every ciafs of people ia it receives from this arrangement a proportional The natioa is not deprived of tbie great refource of cafli refulting from oar fa reign corn the gentlemans rent is not bf nor the merchants gains while the poor are and the expence of houferkeeping lef fened to I muft therefore for the good of nay to a matter of fuch confequeace to this whole iftand ferioufly that the legif lature may be perfuaded to grant a bounty of upon the quarter of exported allow ing fiftyfix pounds Averdupois to the which would eivable our merchants to fell our fiour abroad at fuch a leffened foreign conlumers vould chufe that commodity preferably to and thereby welhouldobtaia the whole expected ad A MIDDLING folliiuiss letters an received Matthew William of Wickham John A PLAIN and HONEST MAN To the PRINTER of the Subata canfa toliitur I Wrote a few lines in your paper of the 6th nddrefled to your correfpondect Omega I knew he would Itumble at the word id fo will all the fpeculative writers who are drudging with their pens ONLY in the fervice of the poor people of this The fenfible on the firft fee that tallow is slmolt wholly confumed in three CAK and if novelty and fafhion by the aaon of a difappcinted feilow has prevailed for fifteenyears to waile axty per in one of the other two mult as they do at this time feverely feel the They write from thnt a free ncero liis 1Uety difcovered a Vryiich criinljn irom a preparation of tke fruit of the manciinealtree for brilliancy of any thing hitherto and is exiremrly Yelterday arrived at her moorijigs in the the Jonas from The Lady from is fhfe arrived at morning arrived at the Fg montfloopof The from having fprung her is put into Cowes to get anew A packet has this wvek been received fro in Ion James Efcj Cjovejiior by ti2 way of to contain a cor of I the late depredations of their trade the I ac We that in the projeitec voyage of the phin manor it wll be attempted to liiake a covery what laud is to to the of the far as the latitude of Jc frorw whence to come about by ihs r California and whether Nova ZcinbU i an atljoiningto the or the inlets at iiave any opening to the Weft a private letter from mil ire the Admiral Pocccke C along had been y trtis of the coait of Cochin Chin i a j inaritime kin dcm Afia anci there during e1 in ger of beiiig cut or by the inhabitants tiered three and on A letter from dacd junt te that Thus railed rcr in two from tis Icnaiii and Coyntefs ofSutlie jhe e r ocat cr he i ione perbn a 1li of B iri i j a j thing very in the fate of thffe nA j lols t f an only I twelvemonth lay fo heavy up m f that they to try would difpel the They hod htsn weeks only when the Enrl was ill f a during which the Cotuueis lo entircU to the of her that it is aiilr attended him for twenty ns days and ever leaving hin or to the p i henfions tf his fo aifccttd iicr up hei retulfd ail vid he died about three weeks perfectly norn with fatigue ancl watching on iaic fenniirht tlie fever carried off his 1 h moil amiable pair were an hoiiour to Tluir love was evcu Jc tlie iatcnptions the coffi that the Karl was the Counteis at a general meeting of the Govcfro and Foundling ir Ciifton one of hii named Laft week Jolsu Efq and at at to near aco his and friends ara whom wtre raany of the prin cipal anci gentry cf the counties or OxforJ and Buck on his jon John Kfq he age f twcntyieven at ha put JiciTion very able hiiii by his the late bar jouu Aw We hear Samuel Efq the nreienV Mafter of the ciry hc oflictrs at the houie HI the Ai Yelltrday the cillomary b was given by the young tudents in that ficalgarden to Cemp at The lecture abour and endtd at Tin o pnnts rtrated amounted to T au uncommon colicctcd ths her near and for 0ie ainvaaly into the garden u the care of the llUl vglv aTjciturs of ro i u phy iv f Aijcthe a by ts f Take away the the effect will Lrdr waek ti Nobemen and of Catch Club tlie tour ten guineas value by To Thomas Auguilins Doctor cf i u compcaing the icaliaa To oV for ToSainusl ccirspoiLu the To 1 o ie bit luv t L on the

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