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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 8, 1766, London, Middlesex H A Y i M A R K E The 1 ft 1 N I G H T the VHEATRE ROYAL 1ft the DAY will be performed called The O R A JF O R The principal parts by F O O T Mr U T E If will perform his ufual E N T T A xtJ WENT ef D A J4CIN aJWMifc To will be added FAR c s caljed The Yrtf GV A L E by E R Juftjrce Guttle urUen 5 Heap Tiipit Jrunkea j Davis Kitty Worley Mr S tt Pit Gallery e open and begin at feveii are deured to fend their lervants to keep plates at plaices for the boxes to be taken of at Vivant Rex St LadieV Ox nixi will be publijbittt EIGHTEEN DISCOURSES and DISSERTA TIONS upon various very important and m lerelting By PATRICK D E L A N and Dean of Down in t Printed for in This Day VOLUME the of REPORTS of CASES adjudged in the Court of Kings Bench iince the time of Lord Mans neias coming to prefide in By JAMES BUR Efq With tables of the names of the and of the matter contained in Beginning with Michaelmas 32 George And with Trinity i George in Printed by his Majeftys JWorrall and at the5 Dove in near HA Ys TRAbtELAGH 5th initjint by JubTied G F afualEsTBRITAIN H the will be ex 0 R Admittance QofFee and a ngthebeds forprodkjciijS hwfvijj out Salt now prepaicd in Pome raoist is atprefeot la and Offers inthis to any body or fociety who may He bas already yifitea the worics near in the parifh where be feat even given of his infighr in f but having wjth fo Jtttle en haithcughtit ttrpper todrop good intentions therefore OTcrsiinrfctf in this in hopes to AodiOTMs be inclined better to real to be that by tfew incthad may be with advantage to toe owner of which fuffcieiftly Jrtjoveineiuioned in can who be indiHed hinv fhftt they ma3i find cmolumenr from a founded upon his priheiplesirj by which appear that the works at Chelfesftiire maHaged a and rational Of further dipfiilions may be heard of at Youjig Slaughters in The SECOND EoiTioNyprice To which is now Ojafervations on Broken winded that Malady nof to be in the Lungsi mPElATRICA The FARKIRRS REPOSI elegant and the DISEASES of In Two Contain The Surgical i It 7The Jyiedical Part of for the proper Treatment of Poftchaifeand after violent With fiutible llemaikg en ihe By BAR T L Author of the GENTLEMANSFARRIER Printed for Pore alfo by Lawj in andall in town and BOOKS Jwported ty T DA in f TA TV Kfi I z i J liv i 1 Jv arid chancy of tickets are iriety of in quarterly fhirty and fixty foitrths at alley near arid near1 iftans Tickets regiftered and exahvned e new plan fix pounds more will be paid tad ps than where there fromflurcs and ami of Ufae r prats t Pirft drawn Laft drwn at each 500 IQOO 5 t Four blanks to a The blanks and piitcs annuities at the Bank of Eng iftndt ijeaffeg thiee per per and Spurh with their Icvtral India NaVy and Viftual Government bought by All letters from pSft paid duly The Begins drawing on Monday the of The be exchanged fqr real tickets any Tickets i jtffeauanjr by either yi at the AB3NET 4e par Galleria Morindi Hiftpria 1 Clironolojia FsnhiliVMtdicjej Guarnacci de Infcriptionies Antiqnitcsde 15 Hiftoire de Bas 16 Bibfietheque de CainpagnC Oeiivres de Ayocat de 4 Canfes 2 CoiitesMbraux de voU Ouvres de a j rz par des 3 Lefpeit de ioixi 4 Editions de Paris a 26 4 vol Mitfon Syrionimes de 10 Jliade Retraite des Dix Sacchia coa di 30 31 33 Ibii dap it With large additioes and THE RQYAL perfirfWy nis Majeftys Rfiyem Part ajid conten1 T H E Q D In tyve of ftndijftg fuperficies and fbt jules fci falt or part empty by the fa REE the firft licufe rcvvs l 3 fly 111 HWUIC AiKtrWs HolbornJ being univerfislly arnongft the firft in the cjty and fuburbs of London after fe veral years His abilkies may be known enquuing at thaf Capital and well known the Swan wttfc Two which makes upneat two hundred and were five fix j years ago fwarming with thefe noxious vermin at tiie Actons boaidingfchool at Clap iam Badielys boardingfchoct at Hoxton and numbers of large not room to mention here f where qjl ntay have a farisfaftory account of thefenaufeous vermin deiiroyed by tlie abovementioned Andrew after others have ffored I allb engage to look after fuch btds that I have at the rate of one fhilling a year each Any gentlemen may have a beef cured on the fhorreft and ready t6 lie infive minutes after The bug liquor fold at a mA proper directions how to ufe The favour of a a di reftion in will beWndly and duly BtWare of as I ob tp them and mend their I alfo r eoooyneod to fuch of the gen abtf going to to have beingtlie principal caufe of i heir being pettered that ver min t9 and are here in With the officers duty in branches of the Put Shewing the pjopjer metlrod to be for obtaining einploymant in the with an thentic forms of tuch as reqnifite tor Togeth ior the officers certaining and fecuringtUe duties ofexcife j uoi pious tables tracers to afcertain the amSiht pf fkiil and integrity of which is of The with Tie For the benefit of young yaiuable authentic jrt and of the late Mrv John general of Many years a gauger in thelioyal and now augmented and Bali and and Fcr An ADDRESS tokkc Right the LORD tetter T TOM To the PRINTER df the tfilft tofftt Jtdj 3 was with pleasure I bv U your Gazetteer laft bint in be Jialf of the poor had not parted by unnoticed andl hugged myftlf in the pleafmg that Jbmething would fhortly be attempted in their IA there are n ambers of virtrous men among to whom Pro vidence hath allotted fuperabondant that they may taile the refined of the dil irjbutorg of their brethrenin who only wait to be rightly informed where 19 direct their charity and who mil tytt toffer humanity be expofed to all the miferies of want and wretched while fuperfluous wealth lies cankering in their Some grfilIike patriot will by his ill uibious will engage iafup I port of fo jlift a t4ai I wefe too Tis diMeifltfor of wallows in luxury of lenfible how great are the pangsof hunger and thirft j or to paint io the of men cloathed in ind in waim and fumptuous the mifery of Yet Treated taUghtUs that there are many charitable perfons amongft us vWleft which God forbid to be cafe vanity acd blientation Save deceived us under the borrowed name of chaptf i ShallKritbiis whofe merci ful heave to the ugas of foreign be wanting in companion to the miferies of their fellow Shall thofe gerferous whofe virtuous dgeds mall bloflbm to the lateft who vied each other in dlftributing food and raiment to theu natural when abandoned to all the piifery of famine and nakednefs by their ungrateful Countrymen j and who received the Palatine ftrangeri with all the warmth of thentoft difinterefted hofpitac and raifedfueh ample fubfcriptioni for their fet tieraent and future ftibfiftaricV fhall they behold with the diftrefs of thbfe who claim a much nearer title to their cptnpaffibn heaven thofe whofe obdurateheaitsare fteeld to every that moft refined and pleafure of comfort ing tte and laviftung their benefits on their fellow treatures in have at leaft fome regard for their beloved in whom their narrowviews Their contributing their mite towards the punifhing of and lopping off the heads of thofe or manyheaded whofe devouring jaws commit fuch ravages amongft the is in reality nothing more than placing their money out at fince they jointly with thfi reap the of the reduced of but will alfo enjoy the farther advantage of reducing the price of from which they alone Will reap the From this it is if the praclifers of ini quity are fuffered to continue their extortions with ia open defiance of our ihe poor muft fuffer but the wealthy will fuftain a double in paying the advanced prices which thofe cor morants exaft far their grovifionsi and the addi tional price which the poor muft neccflaf ily fet on their in order to bring their prefent fobftff ance upon equality with what it this brood of vipersincreafed to the pitch tliey are now arrived my own my circumftances neceflitate nw to play the parrof a bad paftor I that I have it not in to my life according ray and as well as I wouldv wijh the grrateft contribute Tome fcanty tofb laudable an and facnfice fome private pleafures to pub lic to make ufe of a line I bring the year about with much Were twenty gentlemen of fojtpne and raife among themfelves a which will be each a triflinj fura toperfons in af and that not toft as will appear by my former and alfo by the words cf the Al miglify who hath to repay four fold thofe who give charity HI they might the ftrength of that begin to ad fpjrit and vigour againft thofe public robbers and the donations of the public according to their reTpefrive inelinafions and tojgetjjrr the which be undoubtedly left by the wills 6f many if a ty was once formediupoo a fclid would them optirfue the measures propofed to the of their and if I may be allowed Jreffion army againft tliefuture and encioachmerits of thefe I can I leKer better than with a hjKUitiful ftying of the Emperor which muft an warmth to the charity of thoie Vhofe fofterbreaftsfeel for the mifery of iind of thofe whom I think we wifti dif tinguifliby the title the father of his whofe generous and txalted jbwl feltAthe diftreffes of the meaneft of his feFlow as though theywere his thro hurry of public fuffered a day to pafs with his urualravourson the re whoajked him the caufe of rVw too ylfibly his ditm My I have loft a Accounting thatuay as in which he had sot contributed to alleviatipg the diftrelfes of tlie MrPnnterj houkf my repeated in a caufe in meet with I Ihall willjngiy draw up a more accurate and fubmit it to the approbation of the MATTHEW ME AN pjLetters cbme to CateAn Enemy to Opprtffion A Young COMMA CUM To the tiotionrable the DftiECTORS of the Honourable the INDIA YESTERB AY I laid before your Committee a written claiming the performance of a promife made to me by the Honourable the Eait In Company for the early intelligence I gave them of Lallys departure from I Savage had been one of the Secret Com the time tgave n the abovementioned in tenigence on my attending SulHvan yef terday he Informed me of the contrary that he himfelf the chairman on that As I have a now to communicate to your Board of fuch i in pur that probably tUc very ixifuxtoSyour Company ti fM non that tfpn do dlfcharge ftire tdifcbver to theii Asjlt make it a the to aie be to the of my the India Compa way thereforeijfe give ycUa i ajidcirciimftantial ac of you may ne ftrapijers give ycuaiull too recent ftupend t tb be forgotten by any Eriglift dus caJamityi Gentlemen gence of any Englimman in night before the news of it was made I hinted fome what of it in general terms to my defining him to procure me an Interview with fonie of the tjonj in a Veeks Fhadconfe rence with Secretary to freely declaring that the Company mould make it worth my I yv jdifctrtei yj James then requeffing that I fee pleafed jyft to inform hipri whjtfrerthe in I could would agAS agreeable to the I frankly totdhim it would be riie moft they had ever received fincethey werffa hh James and IheavdBolnnigaBftjeifhim for fome In the oTequanrnporffiffflr Tor the India be informed acme to my the fame channel by ithich I had the former The CaicUttiinaflacrej by this was made public more than one Gentlemen in tte then iDireclipiv mtich reafon repent that due not been paid to 1 mjift own I was fa fenfible of tlje a Front the then Difeciors had fiiewn that I much doubted whe ther my fellow ibe Com pany any other intelligence whatever on any future In this ftwe of f waited per fonallyon the Duke theo Secretary of and gave his 5race a full 4nd particuiar ac count of I had received to the affairs of the India Three tnfour dnys afierward being at Gtura ways Machsdoafked me if I had obtained any other news my was in the af aod that the news worthy ef tlie Coropan3s immedinte v went directly to the artdretnrned with Secretary James toGarraway where we had a lung conference toge After two or three meetngs upon the fame Juh I declared x James that I not now teJl him1 whether the frefh advices J had to commu nicatewere agreeable or to the Com nor would I mention one ingle woid unit Is they would prpmife me one hundred On James e ivjglie fee tne the next day at Wr met rrd he me he hadcoinrnunicated my to the fctQJtlfemen in the than tliat they had jur ficfledly called a Secret and that my at teitdanee was I went to the India the Secret Committee when ons the then Ii and Secretary defired me to be gin my narration complied with their Tinfiftedupjn their rejnoving my doubts in two refpeSs j tlja u to Whether the Duke of Newcalile al ready given them any rilatrve to Lillys depnrture from France A therthey thenifehes either knew the aaj on whiJi LaUy failed from or the cxprejstiuwbfr of troops be had on Mr Plant and Secretary James went back M the Secret Committee and jrned to ac companied with who was then Sullivan pofitively tuat the of Newcaftle had conveytd to them uo foch and that the Company neither knew day on which Lally failed from nor the num ber offerees he had on board with On this declaration frum the lips of I opened my and hegan by telling them I had already related to the of tyewcakle every circumftance I was then goingto relate to la the next I told them tlie ixafr day on which Lally failed from the honours and fa lary Court of Verfjilies had conferred upon the number of years he was ordered to the rank and pay that was jiven to every fubordinate rtie Paquetilla every officer was allowed as farther additional ami the precife number of forces embarked on this expe Having proceeded thus I thought it high to remind of the promife of one hun dred upon which remonftrance he is very and if I know whether the Company will be in 3 fitua tion to give a hundred pounds and havinw ex prefled himfelf in or wonis to ihe like Plant and James again retired into the Secret Cominitietrooni In lefs than half an hour the three above mentioned returned to when I was given tc un derftand that it was the opinion of the Secret Com mittee that I fhould mention the authors name from whom I had received this otherwise they could not be juiUfied in according ire the previ mdv ftipulared compliment of o e hundred poun I gave Sullivan for thar I had acquicd my intelligence both of the Calcutta Msffacie and alfo of this prefent by means cf a Gentlenun in the CahinetConndLnceofthe Spauilli and French but that I could not dlclofc name upon any contideration as fjch vsry would be a bieach of faitii in Hop up ihe
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