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   Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 11, 1766, London, Middlesex                                Mr O O T S fc 3 U T With At H N T of AEHAUD Whfcll be addrf a F A B called O D M A Davfe Palmer Hariow by Gallery open atfixj and begin at feveu ire iiefired to fend their fervants to frem to each plats other Jertt Jn London i Warranted to wear at well fcmmed in the ncateft and erape to French curls earctirls at to and all in other dace tie Aaall are any in being at firft fight recom bythe and of the beft and brighteft aatuwd hair being mined no perfon frail oat dp meingoadneft of or neatneft of waited on with any patMrn of carls to any part if Che A good parlour for the bpxet to be taken of at Vivant Rex Y B OV B ir T of the v INCEN r J i obliged to pttt off her night till Monday 4tb wfeeji tickets delivered tor the sd HOUSED 5ttBbe opeied THIS i fats the ufttai Bntertaini8eot1 HAY wjl each coffee and i A r dioors will be opened at Ttoi day is Prhjted 6o9 paper and new in four large price bound JUSTICE of the PEACBand PARISH The R I C D B tl R Chancellor of theBiocefe of and one of Jtfajeftys Juftices of the PeaceTor the county of V Printed for Millar pofite iri the Of whom may be Dr with the Ap and in His Juftice of the Peace PafHh price Aftother one wlce of tlie is T F tih dumb Lsdy and cient tnd mdern bewtieJ j ho has beei takett off i Prologue Back feats fhe u and to begin at uad at the Holeth the Jay it price NARRATIVE of the forprifing of SHADOW in CsMjMff the TranOated from ihe An of the Principal Pbyficiansto the an to pe of in few price being the Third of JbP BURSTS HISTORY of his OWN From the Reftoration of King Condufion of Peace Together ufte explanatory his the Judges oT Court of Common The whole tfec and corre6fed by Printed for in Covent den j and foldy in Patils Church Where nfty be had the fame in two price is ncw Qfeferyatkms on Broken to feat of be in the The GiNTijifcTAH REPOSI for the IwKtBS i fa Two Contain The JWedical Part of p5rt6tions for the and other Rernaiki on B AH T Of OiiHTtEMANS Printed for i Sold air by in AVfjnarybine and all Other Booksellers in town and in A CATA T LOGUE of vWifJGs and 5 in pwt the neigfibournood j andthegtsrattir modern irijthe if uffches of in t and other learned La lately tfapflrted from different at V V ft on daily for print may berhaq of j at itt the Strand r Pauls Churchyard i V in Red Li t been for feveral years paft amchaf flicked with a fcorbutic which Jliewed externally onmy neck my ears been rny neck fifti I had a conrioual pain and with a loathing at rayftomach I Isft my my cdknplexion changed toa yellow huer aad ia Jhort I was a but am now by the ufe of your Maredants perfeftly re covered may this letter to any ofyour or make what other ufe of it you as I think in gratitude I ought to acknowldge to and to the how niucb I owe to your of my health from a very bad with great Your obedient and very humble H N Attorney in tjmit Any perfon ftill doubtful of tsie of medicine way by the ef near the only authorarul prpprieiojjwhenMhefe Drops Ire of be fuilf con Jttieir good by being referred to many pejple of crfditj who have beeji cured of the long continued and every Wngfrora afeuJneis in They taken any fcafon witliout the entence or hindrance of and create an None are genaine but figned iu Jijs yneZHEWRf FlfO AURAL AMWbBMJiWT EPITAPHfee loft t arid the only true for the of Jbotlifexesj thinks it highly jentlenwnxf the have thft atheart as they ought to their friend that lly detrimental to thofrthat ttutt to r wid honour he has P II of the is a to the publict whennenofireatzeal andUttle and pubSe Thejr niest with readers as fhal low at Hatch tie and what they want i ttfllymake ap in found and unwearied of this clafs liaye talked of ttte rniferies we tfidure from fpreStaJlersand and till they have half muhi iude to belkve ftandirig thefe weieiftrobgiy jrecommended c ttii th Jbr to att hU houfe in Great to intoUft the pupiKof the true method of applying hjs Elaftic alfo Kis new invested ia the navel and other a Bandage to of the beilV dAhing thpfe wmcn are apt to invade the fex the exclamations on this head metobeftbwalifte but to find tin aUbchtion uginary the France oiojrminftlf inj He attends by letoer or Band afftnds tne ladies nfcar is granted in fpite they will be ftill irivate regulations can prevent h tint dearerj or more land to afford them more Is not the capiul daily One cannot think when we fee I buildings on ground What is the of The aufwer iH require and i knowledge of More particulars than I am acquainted with perbaptrthe following are amongft of thefe into large almoftin every pit of jj f i whd ocfeapied the ptert large irethereforetarjled adrift toiiek tTfiaiTlftead whete they Finding irt employment in the t6 arid fall spon various expedients for jiving and fome nbt unfiieiieftfUfly deal ing bTnany Ktfle ifforcl them bread and multitude to this and araongft multitudes there is always fomething to be Wia thefe veheniertt dsclairsers againft the dear nefs ef provifions make no allowance for this evident incitfcte of this metropolis Every individual that conwf hither increafes the dearnels of thougB imperceptibly and what is theconfeqoence All thoife who raife provifions have a greater demand upon and the price advances in proportion the land owner fees and advances his Malfc the occupier of the land be prevented from foifcgto the beft market he can to make up his rent Bhidnilr polidciaju who think But thare are middle who make unjuft gains at the expeuce both ef feller and Arid who are theft middle people Very probably fome of thofe unfortujiate who have been turned out of a by which they fub ftfted themfelves and to make way for an overgrown tenant of half And yet a few fuch as thefe may beneceflary who elfe to keep corn by them till the pub He wants though at an increafed price ThefrtCreafe of people in large cities increafes the wealth of men of Wealth requires more horfcs and tbefeeatup the that mould Aipply grain and paftiue for thofe animals On which we The qnantityof hay and corn confumed in large by horfes kept merely for is incredible it is this that en the price of and will make it iUll whatever Jnftitutions we unlefs we remove the caufe j that leffen the number of in or create the means of fupplying more The firft of thefe is and if by any other means than rendering more people to flay in the and inducing the landed gentlemen to keep more inhabitants about Their conduft pro ceeds from wrong policy it is propagated by bad Their intereft by and their ftewards will be the A rich man can give higher bribe than a poor onej but it isright they mould fuffisr for their avarice and create new land isimpoffible but to prevent fuch as cbnfume larger they ought of the provifions necef kept Jg cities be the of which would fubfift t b N iscertaijxthat theRight Pitt mornihg fent for anjf that atotal bf tha B and beep which to men is totfwfnfalubrity of the Animal exhalations are unwholefome and tiiis iii proportion to the quantity Their living their theircarcaffesj all add to the common ftock of It would therefore be no imprudent either in point of policy or to difcourage the keep ing of great in the metropolis efpe I have heard it that the horfes of a wheel waggon confume in a day as much provender as would purchafe food for upwards of one hundred and does not every merchants many even ftiil lower keep a perhaps a brace Where would be the harm f laying a duty upon all faddle cha and chaUe kept in any city or to raife a fuiqd for buying provifions to be fold out to the lower cUffes of peopie at reafonable rates If this uiould take if fewer horfes were provifioWwould cheaper of If more were kept in confequence of this legal prohi a greater fund would arife for fupplying the neceflities of the And fo tbevdetptatt peace and peace be to its and the great commoner who declared are all to bft raked to teftify Ctaxirids difapprobation of the prefent He knows them it is moft certain and if he is capable of taking any I he would forbear Jptaking evil of of men wlw hare fared us from snd who are daily endeavouring to ferve their Prince and the over whom he gracionfly with abilitiesTwpaffedby and integrity equalled by very few of their Pti N c T H A UMANITY prefents her compliments to the Managers of the new and very laudable Af fuciation mentioned in She obftrves with etjual furptixe and pUafvre the Gran datr and Utitity of their arduous and pro miies them every iu her power to pro mote the execution of the She moreover flat ters herfelt that theywill exert their endeavours to prevent and truly Bri fifll with an unbounded luA of by thofe ivorfe than to whofe ferthe purpofes of torturing they are tad1 this not only when they are in ftgufed by but when driving thence to tne place of ex citticn A whfch ought even1 for two to hive been permitted to much lefs fuffered fo iofig to be carried ort in open defiance of alt laws human and toihe daily annoyance of the public 5 to the difgrace of the Magiftracy of this and to the inefprtfflble concern of every bo Tom In which Ae leaft Foundling Tbitrfday and the Piincefe Amelia xvere both at when his Royal Higlvpefs of the on beine appointed Rangerof Windfor in the room oTbislateToyal Yefterday the Lord Chancellor an elegant entercaihnient to agreat number emi nentinthe at his h Yefterd ay there was a B oard of and wt hear their LordHiips will adjourn oft Tutfdfty neat for fix Yfcfterdayvarrived from the Sir Wil liam Knight of the and brother to the Earl of We hear there are at prefent no left than candidates for the vacant government of It is stliat fome of the on the African wcrtild not accept the presents from offered them by his Governor It is very that France harbours no good towards as flie hath her navy that now eighty ftyps of them very largei in the ports of Breft and Toulon Such increalj of the French navy is the ftrongeft proof that they intend to break with us as foon as they find a favourable fince it cannot anfwer any other HoVfttsf it is faid that fome fliips of war wih be4 mmeU lately ordered to cruize upon the French to waWh the motions oh of a letter from dated May This day ended the reviews ol the fix regiments belonging to the garrifon confideiing ifeeir fmall muie a very fine appearance i moft of the Commanding Officers and Captains to give apublic breakfdt add dance to the Gentlemen and oa the days or thtir refpeilive reviews j fo tliat what with thefe and boar I have the pleafure to affure iwy that we have almolt forgot our fears tmddif treffes occafioned by tie Inte dreadful The Chriftian and natural Jews here havea an poitunity to make ameixls for the the fuffered 5 our communication being flint wtili affjrding the opportunity of muguling to an immenfe profit i but this an licit difcountenariced by thofe in power at ai well as by our we therefore in daify expectation of feeing it at an end particu larly when it is deing open exclufive of a politkal rpafon in our favour affords health and an amufement to the honeft part have only that to be as as the nature of banilhment will The being a circumftance rather newj I muft enwrwnmy friend Go and other great people of the garri had aertelegant breakraft prepared for at a place the of the Printers which call the AiVfcWell here had a full view of the whole IMrmis t about ten in the morning a brouflitfroin Barbary was takeii in woodea csrfei attended by on others en foot arnjsd with fwordfir and rtcks when he was firii turned 1 he rin at a ratetawards and plunged into it j a boat Was fent to drive him to and on his landing the dogs were let on him j he attacked them molt fu and wpuodjiif feveral mmyof the hcrfe men were likewife in Imminent djnger the beaft at fatigued by eneountering fo many took to the where he was and the dogs that time to reftj but unexpectedly breaking lielnflifd on a gentkmnn ort which have been attended with fatal confequences had noia friend his rode valiantly tip to ailiHance and at that inftant the dogs coniing who ftized on the fortunately clifengaged them both he then took tor wards the and crofTnig the jun on anpid Moor wto lay and tore his tl5gh in a territle manner but being clofe he into the where a gentleman at tempted to follow his horfe ituck in the to the great difappoinimrut of ishe fje6ators by ftrwggling a brought himdry put An oid who had been bred in the and ufed to luch jrtmped to the anvzmenf of every feizsd the furious animal bj the jumped on his and what is fi be credired onJy by tliofe who on him laud when a to prevent ther thrtift word tlirough They write from that a dron of ninemen of war pafftd by luppofed to be fent for raaking Obiervations oa thi JJctrburr According to letters from New tha late capture of Englith veflels at was by five fail of rakers having time up part of a Spaniih wreck in the Gulphof with a quantity of lilver on and the merchants of the laid to as their A letter rroni Barbadoes that to prevent any calamity in thetcvrri wi 1 be febuift on a re gular and Fire Companies properly A company of with artillery and1 will be embarked ira few days for The Jews at Leghorn have remitted to his Soyal Highnefs the Grand Duke of Tufcanya free gift of in acknowledgment for the protection they enjoy The Jews have been very great fufferers by the 1 te dreadful fire at befides their having advanced large fumsto the which there is now little hopes of their The eruption of Mount Vefuuus itsil and the oldeft perfons living remembtir its having lafted fo They write from that eight caft away oh the coails of that aluut tTit middle of latt and that the hares of the JJaf tic are covered with pieces of The Genoefe are at prefent employed in the ftmilion of feveral vefiels of the line and for the ufe of fome foreign which kispre umed are thofe of Francs and 1he a DanifhIndia was lately taken in India by the and afterwards re taken by a Portuguese and carried itvto one pf their Letters from Stromrefs in Ovkttey that veral yeffels fitted out by the Kirk forthecodfifhery at were anived full laden ia the harbour of having   

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