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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 12, 1766, London, Middlesex S A TJ R D A the T H B GAZE TTBERAND S L Y fotbtvariet itfafis lai fatljbtex fo many aaeLrf ap tbet it mfi bt rted in THIS t art properly kf OF ailvertiie thrir loes FIE t DlN M A R K E ROYAL in the HAY on Taefday next will be revived i called C O M M I S S A R The principal parts by O T S H U T E of ARMAUD and Mifs STRBiti Much wilt be added a F A R c E called o M A Aickin Palmir Harlow jUarlow by Gallery f oprs will be fix j and begin at feveu It s are defiVtd Jo fend their fervanu to che bffiKerto be taken of at Vivant V I N C E N S I p H ARYBONE next a CONCERT of VOCAL and ISSTRU MtT S I C R The Parti by With feveral w S o S S after the Concert will be A A L two and To render it more agreeable W the com1 libere srHlbea platform laid down in the great f9hkt Will be entirely and rafted will be a borie patrole Sir the city road to to proteft thefe friends who Vincent with their It hw dnty to tiank tbbfe 1fho ftvoured her with their company oh uttd very ibrry they hould be tfaeperfofroartce butif tlieyhaxi heat caught at her loggings grocerf next ui the t Gardens i when be L and entered upon immediately ftiuaited in he occupation of Mee j cpnfifting of ftee four with good a large other There is Hkewife two and llabling 5 a con fitting of an ii in good For further particulars fine paper and jiew in four large price PARISH tf THeTESTH K i CHAR D B u R i thepioceie of and one ef his MajeftyV Tuftices of the Peace for the county of for Mfllar j and fold by op in the Of whoui may Efxfcfiaftical with the Ap IK jsva in of the Peace and Parifit in one iL 8 o Digeftof Militia or for the cure of the or the Falling the Hyfteiic inventedtby wetl known te that the difeafei is require the ailment in eyery period of thefe pills t squal advantage be given td the public ift at when prefcnbed by the hands ofanhy he great variety both m more advanced in that ijired by this afrer continuing may aftdWiA eveu the molt who hawbeen ft frequently difap t the ufe tfie Cold nt Its dpe itt ntoft gentle to leflen wat 1 it the fitteft tor uemovirtg the Hyfteiic of cawfisj that give rife to it in the only hflfeiu the that attend few1 ppweufji tne return of and te the whole ntr1 bark gf rail in of tnd many it removes are often fatal Thefe never yetditappqinted tfte author in put to neither do they any bad confeauencAi Thefe pills are himTelf and ari appointed Bjf m Wbe fold at at the in box with printed di iod fealed with my own S H A iMtf in all difficult addrefled to and left will be in E I N T STAFFS to DAVID i times have been the brains were The man would and there Sp cad But now they rife Printed for the authoi1 and fold by in Paternofterrow j and at Johns coffee next the Royal S W I M M I AT the Dog land in is a fine temperate two hundred feet long and one hundred feet Subfciibers pay per Nonfubfcribers each time of 8T A T E L O T T and are now fel tt HAZARD and Stock srttfir Office under the Piazzas of tlie Royal and Ticltetsandfltires regifterod at fixpence per number and the esflieft account of their fucceii fent to any part of Greai V The SC H the L O T T E R t of Total prizes 4805 Pirftdrawn Lafi drawn at each 310170 500 1900 188339 60000 at i o each 600000 FburWarikstaa Theblaalwandjurizesto be hadsrerrable annuities at the Bank of bearthg three per Schenrts of the lottery given gratis and letters pott paid duly an and South Sea their fe veral India Navy and Victualling Bills and all kinds of Government bought and fold by v per and and fix i inftead of ten they are fold I at lowdtt in the grttwjjl examined by WEN HAM and at tHeir State Lottery in ths Poul facing and were drawn prizes of ten pounds each w tbe laft and fold at this QuU keep the exaft Numerical and S C HE WE of Prizes tfirft Drawn Laft Drawn 48055 at f the given gratw tod letters pbftpaid 4uly Ukcwifeall meutr bers may depend on thojf having their on the tnoft rea fonaWe and ihera for the loon drawiU and all bufinefs loon drawiU and all bufinefs Lottery tranfafted wkh tfite greateft care and fideUtv fit the Lottery will Monday the ivtn All otffau JjafaYhave Oiem exehanged they think e ST E R byBROOKSBANK and RUDDLED at their Lottery the corner Of the back of thfe Royal Ejtchange j where fererii capital htcve been mared and vi4j VVtuutLttly prize of 6 3 j and nd m the Total prize of of i the lottery The S CHEME of of Value of Of is 5000 4 aooo Jooo 1000 500 100 100 jtoooo 10050 2OI a3HlO Prizes Blanks alt Firft Drawn Laft Drawn at 600000 Th for the and feares and will this office as rhe prizes bUnkBtobe trawfwrable annuities at the Bank of bearing Bi anH and Sea with their I of Great Britain or Thofc ladies anJ tlemen who have purcbafcd our exchange tliem for II tTGHfTERS To SOLD On Thurfday Moniiif ef four and fix in the afte IQHT BARGES and a parpel of a fome to be and r ft StateLottery King on Horie LOT T E R SHARES art Sueceflor td 0 where torlargeft been fold and The true Regifter of tliis and all former itfkept at this where ad entering the of their are fure of having the moft fpeedy ahd correct accoihlts of tiie fent to theof The S C RE M E of the L O T T E R of Value of Firftdtawn Eaft drwn at each at 10 500 t ooo prizes ftinrcs and at this as foon as to be transferable annuities at pr ann The afted by anfwered will begin drawing the i7th ia which there are four blanks to a The receipts iflued from this pre vioutro the delivery of the may now be ex The To which is wibdedHi ky price riddedy Olsfervations on Broken to prove the feat of tq irt the POiEIA FAILRIERS Repost of elegaat and anproyedieinediesfor the DlsBASE8 of HORSE jf In Two Contain ing The Surgical The Medical Part of PRACTICAL Alfqv Directions for proper Treatment of PoftChaife otSer With fuitabje on By B A R T L E Author of the Printed tor Pole Sold alfo ly Lawj in j aU other in to Am and TJIBLIOTHECA STERARIA A CATA Xj LOGUE of with lorae DRAWINGS and of Books in lately par Chafed in theneighbourhood thegreater part of a large aflbrtinent of modern in the va rioiis Branches of in ahd othrr learned Lan lately imported from Fans of By at Eton The whole on for ready money at the prices Catalogues njay be had of in New Bondftreetj at in the Strand ia Pauls Chwichyard j inCombill and at in Red Lion in Fleet ftreet the Bookfellers of theietiefi JigntA An UNIVERSALEAN PJHlLO FRfElSJD to MOLL DESMONDjet To the PRINTER of the BELIEVE it has been concluded by fome naturally with great pleafure from iny not writing to you in the that I had dropped the this corref pondence but theywill foon that they flattered themfelves with out The iutermiflion proceeded from 4 very different caufe I only paufed to celleft my as we draw back the hand to ftrike the flronger But before I proceed to that unerring proof of upon which I have refted tbe caufe of the Ger man it may be proper not only to take a tranfient view of the prefent Hate of the controverfy between thsm and their but alfo to trace it dowp from its dark irt order to preclude every fubterfuge foi diflngenuous and ob viate the mterruption of leaking back from matters of more on pretended objection of my havingdefignedly or mif reprefented anything materially againit me and in doing this I msdl be as concife as having no pleafure in repeating irremediable When the on the ruin of their carried their arms into to divert us from pufhing our fucceffesin as they the Ipicit of the Britifti nation too well to think that we would defert whom we were bound by double ties of honour and intereft to extricate from diftrefles brought upon foiely m our ac and did not imagine that we could fupport the war in both places with effeft the wha then had the niaaagement of were fo fully convinced of the indifpeniibie duiy of afiifting ir German friends and and lo well ac quainrt d it flrength eutruited to their yedio tjirn the fcheme of the French upon oppofitiori in to that force in which Rave found means to at leaft fo to in defiance of our ul vigilance to parent as would have made our iucceuef there infinitely more if not utterly impracticable and the war eonfeqitemly more exjfonfiVe upon the than it when carried on in this divided manner fo much neater In free countries there are always abufmg the Weffing of oppofe the mcafures of only with a view of being paid for withdrawing their The lefclution of fupporting the war in Germany was ndboner than it was mod vehemently ajiy regard tothe incontrovertible reafons upon which it was founded s but the which was to c irry It into was too well acquainted with the nature of to be at auyloA how to filence The expsnce of the war was the popular objecYon rijadft Under an appearance of agamft impofitionj in this Miniliy confentedto a certain much greater any that could have happened from fraudulent irn in the common courfe of fijch by lending over z civil army if I may ufe the expref fion to provide necetifaries tor the vtiliiary in tire emoluments of which civil or in the of ihsm the molt f anguine of the German war found arguments to Hop their mouths at what faying to tire may be judged from the for tunes airtalTed by every commiflary appointed to make fvich and every officer down to the lowed clerk entruited to and pat but ftfiking ketch of the management in taofefeveral and the means by which fuch fortunes has been already given by A Friend td Honour anJ who gtfnercully rook tke part of the at the opening of this addrefs to the public See the Gazetteer of May i7 nor ia the fubjeft refiimed from a malignant pleafure in however guiky the tracing the caufes of that of which the Germans fo capital a link in the could not be I come ndw to hew ho confidently the fame that made thofe economical arrangememt has been puriucd in every down to rLe hue memorable report of the commiflionm for liqui dating the demands on account tf the war in Tnanyyty whjih tbefnftrtj of and rhe are taken away ar bur as the fubjea lead into too great a length at this and is to be broken or I mutt defer ifto my next July HOMESTUS received t Common Real To the PRINTER of THOUGH I fed theutmoftfatsfaaion as an in as well an a member of the comma in the cxcellent plan of foiice now with refpeft to tlis coinmoditiulheft of our ftreets in thefe vaft cities yet I think there are fe veral pam of this ftiil Perhaps it is meant to wait till all the foot horfe ways are effectual meafures are taktn to an fwer every purpofe but this is at fo great a that it feerns abfurd to wait any eilentiaJ One of your I labours arduoufly to that the form of the de clining to the is better than the ami I the general method is confiderably lefs convexed than it Some of the reaf ns which he urges for tbe are fa very that to giyeevery one his due I cannot but wiflj the were tried in fome or part of a to fee will fupp fing it made after the beft with ftones of a fufficient flze and and not mere than one eighth part broader at the fuperficies than in the At the fame time I muft beg leave to this goadintentionfd that his concern for the foot paflengera may be in fome meafure de as it will become eafier for wheels to get upon the foot pavement than it is at prefentas horfes will have fo much a better footing nearthe Clubftone than they now confequemly will befo much the lefs fecurity to tbe As to the thofe which are necef fary mull their Wherecarts car not be every kind of weight may be conveyed en which they call and carried by two men and with mould have ftands in and fuch places as will put the p0or drivers sf them out of and yet not incom mode the foot The foot are thecliief of my defign in writing to you for I fliall not think the great work in hand ishaif tiii effectual vifion is made to keep the channel near the foot ways clean and I fee no method for doing this but by vigorously enforcing the law a gainft throwing any thing into the ftreet and by appointing trufty fcavengers to fweep the channel near the foot way every fo that there may be a free pafiage to the This be done early in the m ruing j and ic probably will be found to have fmall with to hang on fmall wheels three wheels would be better than twoi to the more fuch kind of nuifaaces as are cafionally thrown into the ItrsetSj the driver i call upon the neareft to wimefs that fceli nuifences were contrary to and to inak report accordingly and I dare afteraverJ flxort and a few the of r
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