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   Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 28, 1766, London, Middlesex                                and New Datfo SATURDAY JUNE The FIFTH T the THEATRE ROYAL in the HAY on Tuefday next will be per a called O R A T O R The principal parts by F O O T W E S T O Mr S H U T E FOOl E will perform his ufual with a JN E With ENTERTAINMENTS of To which will be added by particular The A P P R E N JDick with the Original Prologue DAVIS Muraen Hurft Pre Keen MGeorge Wefton j Palmer Quick Caftle Charlotte by the YOUluG GENTLEWOMAN who performed Lucy being her jth appearance on any Boxes Pit Gallery The doors will be open at and begin at feyeu Ladies are deured to fend their iervants to keep places at Places for the boxes to be taken of at the Vivant Hex For the BENEFIT of the GENERAL LYINGIN ON Monday being tht joth ef will be exhibited at RANELAGH befides the liiual entertainments of that place 7he MOST SUPERB and MAGNIFICENT Ever feen at Under the conduct and direction of ANGELO from motives ofhumanity has obligingly undertrfeen the management for the of that molt uieful and excellent vri ich nov greatiy wants the fipport and af iifence of the la the centre Gothick Arch of thefe ele gant Fire will be finely reprefented a figure f a beautiu with an innocent Babe at each and a third Infant climbing up her Jfenees larger than life alluding to maternal atFec tionv Chanty and under which trampled as it were underfoot are trongly expreiled the al of and painted in by the moft eminent hands in five Shillings to be had at Jamessftreet j the Pallmali at dos and Richards near Templebar an4 at the feveral coffeehoules near the Royal Ex Tickets for Friday the will then be MARYBONEGARDE THE mufical entertainments will be continued daring the Summer Admittance one hilling The doors to be opened at five and the mufic to begin at half an hour after f4f There will be a new artificial Piece of Ma chinery exhibited This t he favourite called the maybe had at the CANADA Proprietors and intereited in Ca nada are to take that the Com Ta milianei AT the Dog and in is a fine temperate two hundred fett and one hundred feet Subfcribers pay per Nonfublcribers each time of For the letters finned TABI THA BRECK An OLD and The Petition of the City Carmen laft To the PRINTER of the EADlNG in your paper of a law n to that if a man lrea4SJ and Pays under ten jnmaries for taking declarations of the laid paper far the will attend oilMondays and Thurfdays from eleven to one at the New York coftee in near the Royal By Order of the Neva York June ISLAND ot HELEN Aj near the Seven Houfes being opened for the reception of BRAFIELD the Proprie who hath been at a expence in the im the and in plentifully lock ing the fifiv ponds for the free amufement of all who delight in humbly begs leave to folicit the countenance of the public and as he hath alfo well Itortd his ce Jars with thebeftof flatters hira felf they have atForded who have tailed gentral latisfaclton and that thebeftchoice commodity hall be his pleafing ihidy to pro As this from its ad vantages and is capable of affording that folace and retirement the moil diltaht iitua lidfn can I hope the as well my friends in will be pleafed to acceptthis iii to accommodate in the genteeleft hail be the conftant regard of Their obliged and very humble ferv BRAFIELD with hot at the ufual hours and the pries from Londonbridge toPrinces ilairs from whMice to Helena is afhort and plea lant walk by oars and PARTNERSHIP in the GROCER APerfon of brought up and thoroughly acquainted with every branch of Itit ted and grocery in poffeJlion ci agsod and as well fituated for buiinefs airy in would be glad of a with capital from to fif teen hundreo as bis own capital is not fuf ficient to carry on the trade that his knowledge an3 extenfive acquaintance can As the ad vertifers character will btar tke one need apply who lias not a jufl Jhare of Any peripn fo inclined may vjiav aw interview by directing to at intimating ttiejf capacity and real as no anonymous letters will be if inay be depejided extraordijiary demandfor the CELEBRATED J SPEECH of a CELEBRATED which Ifcas been of print iince Wednefday having a report that tbefalf was entirely ithe publifher thinks it neceflary to inform thole who have been difoppointed or miflead by the above in that a new and correct impjeiTion is juft and will be publifhed at nine by near Black Lud price fixpence edition is yrecifely the fame that printed at which privately fold for the deatll and if under fifteen millings to fufFer imprifonment for life 1 I T I which law I think rathei As for example A by an unavoidable mif is obliged tobecome a it will be very hard that an honeftwan fliauld be made to faf fer by a law which wasonly intended as a punifhment to thefe fett of meneaters with a front of come into bufmefs with as much in dolence as if they had fatisfied each and were then retiring from the bufy But I they inftead of granting fuch a number of and Signing fo many Certifi in is only enriching a few upon the fpoils of that they in cafe of put the fame falutary or rather in as they have in The or breaking with a full is not fe frequent there as it is where fozne ufe it as a way to flip oat of and then ta live contented afterwards on the eftates of other men becaufe in Holland they are more feverely puniflied than they are in England on the thofe that fall to decay through loffes or unavoidable which they could not find a more fpeedy and eafy way of compounding and finifhing matters with their if they be too than the laws and of England doth afford j for tiie fliing out Itatutes of bankrupts in doth many times prove fo pernicious to creditor and through the tedioufnefs of the and the expenfivenefs ef executing the that what by Commiffioners and other incident the creditors are put to fuch expences as to be utterly difappointed of their and the poor debtors for ever ruined and I in the firft Prin give you a fhort account of the methods made of in Holland in cafes of Bankruptcy may be takfen notice of by our King and for the preventing diforders and abufes that daily happen in executing the flratntes of The magiftrates of Amfterdam every year name Commiifiojiers for and out of them makeup a Judicature like to our Court of Aldermen in London thefe meet certain days in the week in a diitinft chamber in the over whofe door is cut in the emblem of Icaras for having flown too and round chetts turned upfide with mice and rats eat ing the m and paper There they receive petitions from debtors and as occafion fummon the parties to appear before and to lay open the true ftate of the This they by feize the bankrupts boolcsand or without any ftir or leave all remain ing in the debtors and fend thither two committees to examine the and make an in ventory of the with full power to com pofe the matter without giving much trouble to the If the Commifljoners find that the debtor is come to decay by unexpected lofles and unavoidable to which he did not at atl it is their ufual way to propofe to the creditor fuch amicable and eafy terms as the poor roaJi may be able to allotting fometimes half of the eftate to the fometimes a third and fome times perfuading the creditor to advance to the poor man a Aim of money to help him up again in upcm condition that he do oblige himfelf to pay the creditorsall he owes when God Jhallbe pleaf ed to make him on the if the find that a trader has dealt knavim and broke with a defign to defraud and his creditcrs as if it appears that a bankrupt has kept nnd counterfeited bills of bills of cr pretended commiffions from fo reign in fuch cafe they are very and not only feize ail the books and effects of the bank but allb imprilbn him and punifli him rally and if the cheat of a heinous they fentence him to death on the if the debtor be only and no wayskna then the Comrniflioners ufe all the power they to force the creditors to accept of the poor mans terms which is better for the creditors than to ufe the rigour of the in committing the poor man to prifon in that the creditors mull maintain him in prifon if he lies a certain and the creditors are not able to prove chat the prisoner has zn then the debtor is admitted to wear that he is not worth giiders be fides his apparel and working and then he is fet at But in the mean let the prifouer a care not to make a falfe for then h4 is pmvfhed without Thefe Com mimoners are paid by the and have not a doit from debtors or creditors for all that they They are alfo much to be commended for their rea dinefs to do good to thofe poor having lived are brought todecay by loiles trclTes in their trade when they find fuch Co poor that they can neither pay their nor the charge of their it is their conftant cuftom to take their children from and maintain and bring than ttp their hof as well as often folliciting in their to beftow fome fmall office upori them for their relief and And here I muft not omit to acquaint Mn that as the compounding of matters in Holland between debtors and as has been is very eafy and fo alfo their way or method for fuing for fmaller debts very which is after this manner In the firft a note or fum mons is left at the debtors and if he to a fecond fummons is fent j but if he appears nor fends his the riff orders an arreft againft and ai when he is brought if the matter be dif it is referred to two of three good men ef the and time given him but if the plaintiff mnketh oath that he apprehends the debtor has a defign to run then muft the prifoner give bail or return to prifon j but you cannot lay a man in prifon for any debt whatfoever but you muft main tain fo that many times the charges exceeds the principal and after all the prifoner can free himfelf Whereas the in en couraged by thofe varlets the pettyfoggers and catch of turning a man into prifon for perhaps a er may be for nothing at if he cannot find where he may lie is an abo minable Great Jttffe The paragraph of the amount of the penfwns on the Irijh granted to a gentleman and his vjouUfefm rathe r invidious to If we had the a publicatim of them might be to the Letters received A Civis Ignorann To the PRINTER of the THE letter figned in your paper of an head and heart equally The decifion he propofes of the difputes about the German is the only one that can determine the judgment of the It is what the Claim ants deiigned at the and are now ready to enter upon with that honeft oppennefs which a confciouf nefs of juftice only can The methods of proceeding in the feveral pfEc s through which they have run the both in Germany and hall be laid open by a plain narrative of out comment or indeed none will be re quifite and then the public will judge for them That this has not been done cannot be wondered at by thofe who confider the difficulty of fpeaking truth in fame without Though a few days would have demoaftrated that this was their the refpecl due to die good opinion of a perfon who writes upon fuch principles as would not permit me to let them lofe it for a by leaving him in June a Yefterday arrived the mails from Holland which bring the following important ad vices From the Hague pullijled lajl June The news is juft ipread and indeed at tefted for as it is faid to come froro the Sieur the Kings CommiffaryGeneral in the Gait That an obfcure who inhabited one of the extremities of the empire of the Great have furprifed that and murdered hiin and all his and were going to place their Chief on the this tragical event has really hap it will behove the Englifh EaftIndia Com pany to give great attention confidering the pofleflions they have in that From the Paris June Wehave received thefollowingaccount by aletter dated from thrift of and addrefled to the India Company by the Baron i Law de ConirailTary for the and I Commandant General ef the French fettlements in i the Indies Tke an idolatrous people who inhabit the neighbourhood of Labors and and who were fcarcely known till within thefe two have beat Abdaly stnd the whom he com manded j after which they feized on Lahors j and have fince made the conqueft cf with an army of upwards of two hundred thousand men as we are maiTacred all that remained the defendants of The Scyques form a particular as well as the die but they are lefs fuperftitious for itfeeins thev exclude none from their Chrif ail are indiffer ently admitted amongft They wear beards and ioivg and eat without fcruple all forts of They have no but are go verned by four of the moit of the choferi by the people at certain Their or is reprefented by a which they place inthe micift of the aflembly on a with a a asd a poinard over The four open tie or pre tend to announce the or ders of the King i the who are obliged to fubmit theretOjon pain of incurring the difpleaiure of the But the Scyques have not followed this cuftom Delhy for they have it is on the throne the Great a Prince named and already had rupees Itruck in his Extra8 of a letter from June are allured that Bougainville has with the Kings the uninhabited iiland liruated near the liles which he difsovercd in and whereon he had formed a fmall fettle men It is faid to be the King of Spain that has made the for a out of winch all thofewho advanced money for the enterprize will be Eleven trunks and eight belonging to the late Count de have been Hopped at and conduced to the houfe which he had in thii where the confiscated effects are umf young of noble or very good m who were ibme months guilty of horrible blafpherrfies againft what is held molt ficred in our and committed the greatetl impieties on a having been tried and condemned according to the rigour of the laws againfl their parents hoiej to ob tain Ibme mitigariort of the puniftiments for occafiolied by and tfiefefore appertljd to the Parliament but the firft fentence is The arret has been in the prels feme The execu tion will bfe at the place where were They are to uridejjj different Some are to have their bortci their hands and heads fn uck and into the fire othtrs to be broke alive and was L O N D O It is row that the fblowing nherrftions will certainly take place to be Secretary of in the room of the Sevuiour Con uho ito be made a The Right the Esrl of to be firft Lord of the Aid The to be Chancellor of the We alfo tlt the wholn of what is ftie 1 rhi Ministry will be changed that all of former ooi tit S are o be forgot and me re gular ptiliticil which vuit be ued inleis ibine unlore ften Yefterday Sir Ktvglit of the anpointed to of According to private irom tin Court of Spain is faid to tntirtsln rorne of our late djfcove in the It xvas this that cf our fliips of Aar had feized piniii ithe by way of tii fs obtained tor the late infults by their Giiarriacoitas on the Hritith Sorae veiy ingadvices are faid to have bo an by exirefi from eativc to the operations or Clive in the We c tor fr m divers parts thaf the young Stadtho der had met tiie moit gracio S reception every he vilited or ders had b en given from the to and ornament in tlie moit fnperb the yacht that is to over his fcrene to the Court ot Great Tuefday iaft arrived at her at Capt from the Eait The from mentioned in the papers to be arrived in the river iat i was thsnin the It is aid the Voyage round the per formed by Commotion Byron in the was in confequence of a plan and obfervations found among the late Anlbns and communi cated by his heirs to the Lords ot the General Pulteney the comnnd of regiment riow the Duke of Gloucc iitjs fur t v eight years fince the death of Ge neral Middleton and it is iie coukl have been prtfen ed yet lie could think of leaving that ufually termed his It is that as General had alfs long the com mand of had it compofcd Scotch his General Puluney con tinued the fame cf filling it up from the mountains of the We hear that the Ifte of Man will have the liberty to fend four to am the of the to have a feat in the H oil is of at tlie fane and the frme there as in and trade ui be greatly fettling two manufactories tiiere one at and the other at Tcsi next fefiion f next be hed a Court at when it if expected elect give their whether they will thsm It is tnat a prifentment he made to the Court of upon account f the dangerous irregularity C one fade of the allfty be ing now higher than the other j arid if not m the be vejy dangerous for We hear that the to whom it was referred by tlit grand to enquire into the corporation of the city of rights in the five city have fame time fines tinanimcully figntd their that the right of over s jointly in the as being the only icga reprfentative the and Citizens of is vhat the camrnittee for enquiriiig what arc the corporation rights thefe has bea appointed abave ten and rhac it is a matter of confe quence to the court as we as to the whole yet that no report has ben yet mads ly the faid nor has ben taken to fupport on of thofe vdv to citizens ot are ol lv the city repreientanves in ferve are that the Court the Mercers iv an 01 of Lilt 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