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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 27, 1766, London, Middlesex F R 1 N E H 4 Y M A R K E The FIFTH T the THEATRE ROYAL in the HAY on Tuefday next will be per Jotuied called The ORATO The principal parts by O E H S T O Mr U T E W AFKINj S T FOO TE wiH perform his uiual with a JJEW With ENTERTAINMENTS of To which will be added bj particular defire The ick with the Original Prologue DAVIS 5 Murdea Hurtt Pre Keen MGeorge Welton Palmer Qviick Charlotte by the YOUNG GENTLE W OMAN who Lucy being her 5th appearance on any Boxes Gallery The doors will be open at and begin at feveii Ladies are defired to lend their fcrvants to keep places at Places for the boxes to be taken of at the vivant kefr V I N c N T s i G H MARYBONE July will be a CONCERT of VOCAL and IN STRUMENTAL The Vocal Parts by and With leveral by particular deiirej after the Concert will be A B A L Tickets two Shiiiings and To render ir more agreeable to the com there ivJHbeap atf rm laid down in riie great which will be entirely and railed There wiil be a horle patroie fur the road to and from the to protect thole friends who intendhonouring Vmccntwirh their Tickets to be of at her lodgings at next the in the Strand j and at the bar of the ANADA B I L L Proprietors and in Ca JL are to take that the millaries tor taking declarations o the faid paper for the will attend on Mondays and Phurfdays from eleven to one at the York coffee in Swirhin salleyj near the loyal By Order of the New York Jtnte the N LYIN XT of the GENEKAL XY ING IN DAY wilNbs exhibited at RANELAGH befides the ufualisnter tarn merits of that place Ine MOST MAGNIFICENT Ever ieen at R A N L A tTnder the conduft and direction of ANGELO from motives of humanity and has obligingly undertaken the management for the benefit in oft ufeful and excellent which now greatly wants tiie fupport and of the In the Ttrentre Gothick Arch of thefe wUlta finely reprefented a figure efa wish in innocent Babe at fcach and third Infant climbing up her kMes larger than life alluding to maternal affec Charity and under which trampled as it were foot are Itrongly exprefled the al legories of and painted in by the hinds in rivemiling3 to be had at Arthur Jamessftreet Pallmall at Nan dos and Richards near Templebar andatthe fevtral sear the Royal Ex Thii duty 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 Catalognes are to be Printed Davis and over againft Holborn 5 in Picca dilly and at Where mzy be printed in thfame piice Count Algarottis Effay on Paint ing in which are explained tiie Theory and Prac tice of that Art together with the feveral Criteria peceffary to form the Connofleur and the his is price cr A N E W E D I T I O N Of THE HISTORY of the LATE Exhibiting the and during the years and Being SECRET HISTORY of thofe containing many iuteieitiag FACTS never before At the fame time is price A New Edition bting the Sixth includingfhe is added an and all the Authors Jalt Corrections and aie entirely of fhe LETTER concern ing the SEIZURE sf PA and SURETIES for the By FATHER of Bota printed for oppofite Burlmgton in P ccadiily and fold by in Pa Gil wliom may be Two late PROTESTS upon a very SUBJECT together with Lilts of the preient Price only T INCTURE of for preventing the de cays of and lengthening human by It is a innocent aiifcf effectual It continues health and fpi jrits to the extrearr of preferves the faculties and the ariii itrengthens the Tiie whole rane becomes aad more en taking it the 2nd the ire free nwd pliant the fcead is clear and the heart light and jo vial v Its effects upon the to regulate then morons equally compoiing them when raiding them wheo One dofe will bring con It prevents the diforders that attend a fe dentary habit j and aurobaeliof the bajdjiefs of cjbnads of of the teepineisj ftiffrtels aavi trembling is good again It Jed lethargic and to prevent re turns oi The dofe teafjxxjijful twice a at at and at night in 2 wine giafs of cold It is fojd in bottles at in and an Jamess T rENETIAN Window not HabLto be V out of fixed on a new fmilhed n the neateft and ftainea to any or iniides of houfes or chariots which give three different lighrs by a draws up as a cur obftructs the tronblelbme rays oi the fun in lot and greatly pceferves the revents being and may be taken down or put up in a minute by any Made and by cabinet maker and n For orders leafe to uke the extreme width and height of the nfideof the iafli Bed ftools of anew wherein thepatient fits as in an eaiy chair are exceeding convenient for women in and may be uied with or without the backs and el Now rsady la be delivered to the at a By his MAJESTYS or the Improvement of and THE UNIVERSAL PLANISPHERES Terreftrial and Celeftial in Being for a large Invented and Delineated by D UN And engraved under his on five large Copierplates With the Authors DireiSions for fitting them Any fmgle be had for oi near Templebar and of all the Bookiellers and Pointers in Town and There are two plates reprefenting and two ior the Terreitrial and plate the Slider or This Day is The Dsfcriphon and Ufeof neatly printed in Oc price bound from naval incurfions but what would afts minions be jf the trade which fupports them was cut off We aU kndw that thefe iaiand coun our Lately price tiearlj In Jvvo Volumes in rpKESAURUS GRJECM POESEttS JL LEXICON VER et Synonyma tarn ad Explicationem Vocabu quam ad Cottipofitionem Poeticam pertinen complec in ftudiolse Juventuas Grattiam et Uti ex optimis ouibufque Poetarum Gvascorurn quce aahuc nunc primum Cui de feu Frolodia Grascorum Traftatus ad finem Vo cula quorumin de Quantitate aliquid fit ex Carmine non fatis aut in eadera fede diverfos pedes etiam Syllabse et Ancipites Autore M OREL Ex Impeulis Jofejihi This Greek Tiiefaurus is an original and contains more than a thoufand woras that bean omitted ia of other Greek tries are fupported by and of they could not fubfift without the ex portation of the goods which they if then that exportation was the Pruffian fubjefts would be under a neCeifity rq retire to ether itates No laws can retain ftarvuxg men at and in the late the King of Pruffia found by experiencej that his exiftence depended on the pro teftien his trade received from our Would he do you for the of the in conliderable revenues of Hanoverj to have thofe arms turned againft which fo faved him from deftru6lion We I previoufiy fuppofe him before we can imagine that lie will make that Soon after the oonclufioa of the war before the his Pruffian Majefty took it iaro his iiead to complain of feme cavures of his fhips made by Britifii veffels during the and even to iuipend payment of the Sikfiau loan upon that account upon a little cool he thought better of the pretended to be and wifely paid up what was due to our But have ever the Dutch been able to engage his Pruffian Majelty to do their fuhjects the liune juf tice that Monarch knows better che force of our more prevalent I am too kaily in fuppofing that other powers would look regsnHeis of the Prui and it is Neuttrs and not allow a frigate or two of with a bomb ketcli to get into the Theft powers reap advantages from the and they would not fuffer us to deftroy it faith Why he not confider the juftice and probability of futh conduft ia thofe powers Every one of them 5 nera bv a narticulai as h wiiich Ins Kvrii S S I 1 I oblisred fopport our Sovereign in the ofhis Genwn and have tnc Dvke of Gl heiv aid or ally who couLi affift iiiix ing Sc i hat we lul r f V5 only ding tp but thelettir of the definitive iliil fabfiltlng betwstn nin and PiuiHa which obiigf us c follow cur Genran whcrtru undsrakeri on a deftrnfne footinga if u mis of an war The or We mud ia that maks with his whilethey rtJiiain bit a ds fenfive we cannot be to alHit in hoi tilities ior offenfive As for our orefent lameduck I know notking of their popularity jvu arn c thai thofe actions of theirs tc be took rjfe Lroin a piiit fo reign that vhicli goveriis tbe 1hcy in thofe uieafurefj tha iaii of whofe frriiies they in to captivate by tiiofe mean AVhatcver tsere is ia fhe repeals of the that raerit belongs to who forced thole repeals upon the not to Beings vho with the will oi a ptrfca who their Tiie Great Cominoner performed that andthen left his her tt fink or as or His America wac and tis Cyder Counties were redeemed frorn Who can rhen thattle Ivliiilihy ertcd aftej this retreat r Their preceptor The rod renioved which inenaced them into their tsmo L O D O We are that a granJ of Ce ral Muitar1 Oicers will be nacie in a few in hncft the Duke of Gioucdter Pf for A PLAIN and HONEST find To the PRINTER of the OME men are fo much dif pofed to be always a they will entertain com inttrefts to purfue by the breach thofe Why fhould we that thofe Yeiterday the DvKe of Glouceiier kiirel his J jeitys oti Of nig Colons or the regimciit el latfc Hiehnefs apneared at Court in rctir ILs Royal powers at for the fake of gratifying a j are turned up with with o iilv er mrbuient fly in our without any j atui compimeiied Dy the and ene moment A thefe I muft number correfpondent who feems extremely anxious to make us be lieve that the Pruinan ignus fatuus has fuch in fluence on this fide of the that a few big words from Berlin at any force a change in the No founded on the moft fclicl can induce ihat gentleman to bid adieu to his whimlkal He will re peat as in your paper of the i6th He will have right or his own that ihe late treaty of concluded at was carried on without the King of Prufiias in breach of the defensive confederacy then and till fubdlting between this Court and the Pruiiian Monarch That his Pruffian Majelty on that en titled to an indemnification from us and if riot 1k tisfied in that may legally an Hanover till reparation is He will not admit that Han over is guarantied to our Family by this and makes a point to that we could without and expeniive recover the inoafe theRoyai Plun derer thould think fit to lay his paws upon the Ha noverian He denies not that we can iijin the Pruffian and lay his feaport towns in defolate his extenfive and keep hrs fubjects ire perpetual terror Butratl that is nothing in Natters The King of Pruflia keep becaufe our hips cannot makt incurfians on or attack his mte rior have you ever read the Treaty of Weftphalia Do you kn6w that the ilitudon of the and the fecurity of the Pro tefnnt in is ftipulated by that treaty And do you know that is of that and that that treaty is renewed at every general peace If you pleafe to read the treaty of yoi will feon that Bri tain has to the family of German So much for that I snuit now if the deftraetion of the Mari time Towns of together with the ruir of his would not be a lofs to which could not be compenlated bythe revenues of Hanover The queftion is what gainwe fhould reap by inflicting miferies on Pruffia But live queHion Whether a fo regardful of Ib attentive to the interests of hii and fp careful own military would rife by entering the lilts with fo unequal 9 match His inland dominions expectation of profit the contrary is ex tremely Sweden dreads the riling power of and never would contribute towards by endowing that Prince with What re gard Denmark has for appeared in the late war j 1 hisJDanidi young as hs puts a higher value on the fiiemdfuip of Bri tain tbajn upon that of Without he i fometimes thinks of his three little iflands ia the Ill be bold to thai fidetation was there not would faf him interpofing in behalf of the King of whsre the faith of and the of his calls him to cur tfeuter might have considered that Pruflia is unaer this particular that all his neighbours his growing Is it thea probiblc that they will combine for enlarging That is the moil improbable fup pofition in the Tt is rather that if thefe powers meddled at they would march their troops in relief of our Sovereigns Electoral arid torment the Pruffian Monarch j while we knockt him up at And can wt doubt of uid io that cafe r Would the impei rial family be fatisfied to fee Pruffia by the acceffion of Hanover the Pi ulTian poffeffed of an amazing of i any man of be ima to think of fuch an gentry on his We that jf his cjreat being now vviii accept no o but A ill for the daxs tohis leal in the ot hear that the command of a regime Tt Shortly be given the Kiel rd lik a LieutenantColjnel in his Majsftvs The appointment of this gentleman reftect h on our preient pariot as it Lews ttriil attention and regard to real merit he accom panied Lord Anlbn in his voyage It is now that Secretary Coipvny will je created an Englifh ami iuccetd the Duke Richniond as Arubaifador Court of brother to the Earl of is ap pointed Aidiucamp to in the reciis of the late Earl oi It is laid that the be created a Hear Admiral of his be fore his for the Soiub Yeiterday rhe Right the Far and of fctotit for their country feat at Aiii in We hear fro thft a houfl is hired there for who is uhere in about a with the Lord Chancellor and the Duke of We art inrcrmcd that a copy of ths treaty of friend hip and 1uely concluded between tfsfi Governor the Chiefs of the has een leceivea here which would ftt the whole Empire j as well as Britain and all the guarantees of the j peace et and of the Golden No hippafiticn can be more except this other Idea of the fame That the late Peace at becaufe made without thePruf concluded in breach of the defea fubfiiling between Britain and the family of refpeftine the protec tion ofc his It I a claufe of that that no entered on for that pur iball be ended theconent of both was the late war between France and England entered upon wholly for that purpofe The whole world that even the German branch of that wxr had another object The defence of the Pruffian one of itr ends and ft mach of the war is was relative to that never was derelinquifoed by us till Pruflia con fentedtoa peace on his J n that ve were only and that warwe held up the defiance ag3inft tle peace of and touk Frances bond to evacuate noi only all the Pruffian bat alfo ail Ger at certain fixed and which was effec quickly by the narurs of it coultS be It is not therefore as ier that we left the French in fieri ion of the French were bound to evacuate as well as the other dominions of our Pruf ally and in the mean till ir could to dttiit from acli of r So foon as the French hands were Uuu the King of PruiHa became iuperior to ali nis the defence of the do minions could not be the object of vhe Afrer the operations of the we were not obliged to the King of Pruffia in making conquclb w sfiHtcvl him while that war continued which fenfire his and it is was a fpecific performance of the whole of our obiiga We concluded no peace relative to that war jj have the Pruffian So that that Moj COUld rnake no juft comphiat of the negotia titfns at Paris I the Queen of Hun gary 8i thefe negotiations in a proper j i U and is laid to be advdurageoas as by this the Monji wio bring guns are to a free to the fevcral lationes on taf coalt According to the letter from th4 at Orleans ilationed a hip at entrance oi Letters from iutonn that the Hereditary Prince of Brunlwick lias an invittiun to Compcgnt but as the Court will not take that juuniey till the Prince prcpoios to fpeni the iims with the Puke of Onearr at We are told from that thair has fufpended Father a who had conftnience of rerlbns of ail ranks whom he And that Father of ths i threatened with the like bccavde does not require the adhefion to the of the clergy from whom he The latter is Us years author of the Hiitory o Tae lalt lexers fro si Madrid that though the public is perfectly retnabiiffted ia and ui tiie other places of the the government continued to take rh capable of awing arrd reMinjng in tiieir tlury whp may he inclined to excite frcfh Lttters frcJm Leghorn at the next Ge nrral Aflembly of the Conicans it be tinally which of the pelent rf publican fyiceims of Europe fiicuid be adopted iu the future gvein ment or tliarirate it that hs preference would he given to h of the by icreitjners ii all nations to in tie jfland for inrheieiit of Letrers nom unoer prottftin of n on e meaJ i have bee on tercel by provide i heir i expect i ior ir J iVterln r agaiil i have pi Li it off then on account of the iu Thev write from ra the an at L L s i nvops cur to keeo their ippear tiiey are r been giv anlwtr tliat the Kingof PQ tiat for 21 vvj0 ihaii be icu that ihty i r in de tencd ike it nor oi v i t be ad vvico tters from ckhoim lay of ieters in are g ade t ntercih hat rhombs of the iug to e d tliir ome h fhe them as the thonged J Oi who IA
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