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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 14, 1766, London, Middlesex relief of the uiri flte at Bridgrf jngatiiOnK a pound h all mWtt e toeing cftaritaHe Society for promoting Schools in Ifshimt j idailthe trading towns iiftend die bWrttjir granted by aft of parliament tht anafepd in the inhabitants Middlefex Northern rPotentaie of grail 1A jJ A tV i n jiudyand by H6n fltfe fMe of WtmWthout an abfufdiity that is contrary isjuanifeftCl Jbate may be ht fiote great probably leadito a dtifcowerf of caufe of our effefts ftill J adaptelfo rftjmoy execaUon jti fuade j and ineBank of ot r pointed of th8 performance but they rtttft hat Tickets to Sehad Of at her thi Sjtvof the defence1 ofcthe the injured and the r and t andJuk exportation 6r home coafilmptioti thfr twece and I m great variety Jjy Stpcfc the capital tfie Royal Sjze of in fhe Fransc j1 rumours were opened Royal Sillier Of theft be true1 welprefiimfc not ButTuppofing there to be aayTibandation for Mre be at of this re From f fcocnefteiy fta e TShvo to fhrrendertfie five in the and the and z4 o at at the Tttybf f fh ai thVee ih the aft ark at ten ht the ftirtakSSn therilagls HeadTavernur Wjrrej reet r i j f the laft and in the jney for and hares and willie paii atthis office The prizes andWariksto be Bank 3 Per begins drawmgon Monday the 17th of and South Sea Uieirie veral India Navy and Victualling andalt kinds of Government by piid of the lotted given Tickets regifteifcd at fopence and their part of Great Britain or Ireland Tteife ladies and genT tlemeii who have tourchafed our rflay now Bays or makuig of now the Liberty Smith the pariftv of Botolph withouY Middlejfexj and sw of 4n by the the Sereijlf houfe of B to fear that this refit flowed by elpecially when it the uncles influence over the bos alreadyproTed fuperior to parental Saturday rooming a duel was fought in the Green a Marquis tficv A quarry 1 called K large BluJ Whyn in order Ideration to is urt tppafs tte n paftpeneclat is the ftortes fent td for tlie fajd pavement proper and therefore lie juftly refufed tOmakeufe It the Commifiionersof Pavemehts propofe ercft pumps inthe prinfeipal ftreets at the Welt of to lay An with A flunfber of crerks for tar SWEISH A nine in the forenoon Hehry of parjlh of I the zd of Augujlflttenin the forenoon f at Samuel of poor Jqwryj the at William Bellamy of the of Thomas WlffiifctiJn the Bimnltvk BeWiber to kit friend Lord CHVes arrival the were whhan of army of headed iy the Souba of the DecanV who de manded a feveiirir4 tribute from onr la coniequencfe of that could1 arms JWefein the in reoel this and believe our frnall army pnrfued them to the of hjilLsrdflttps arrival cblatributed a great deal toWjarM the retreat of this W w curiovis models far to make choite of IoVthle ball jftiades the laid A letter that many of the and fhiall theie following the ex ample tjiia are gone pavmg mailj which probably have tince tfte wilF be no more A letter from dated July IT that they had that moriiing diernuft violent fluud that had ever been known r the dainagedoheto the thy gardensj hop is very This day the Right the Lord CJhanceUor will hold the djird and laft feaiafter Trinity at LincblnVinhihall flnd tomorrow his wiWfet at the I the PRINTER of the GAZETTEER a misfortune to the when ijfen of great zeal and Utlte Knowledge au aod up for puBlic in They meet with feai i ders a feallow who catch the make tipfm and Writers of 3ifs have jniferies we from id and fuch I slfoRded thejwoltitude letter in Gazetteer July ThiiS far7hpTingrepeated Punftos words who feepas the mutitude0ut that it is a far the1 of iu at Richard of Hardware the cth Of at four in the at Certificates 10 be Arthur of on or before theid i the theadef v i James Smithj late of on of Abguit i Jefeph yorkf before tbj onjmiffion iof read J 1 lagainft FcancitTaylpri j lwe have had agree Ihe repeated which i content thoughsafl America we are friends in but parqcu farly who AriVericaunfpeakable which we Carolina have fent to the province toprocure andifend over asSandfome a marble as can be got in everlaftiBg of that great dated June e iddttf month to there has an and iamefltthe been 10 viafeutas pitate the fafl of many edirices which had been fliat ieVed have been The Tcharchis and which are Iarg6 andwhich cover as much moderate are die are left ftanding being fo that they muft aH come Vifir ojre edificesinthis and the afy lum there their valuable efieftsi is entirely thrown fWtteHansbelonging to theconfec anda great number of their The wall has the fall of the different Which it was that itmuft be jo the groiuid in many kmg to in the laft Am killed and irt rf t to titn tjtoufandi received at that great I IJuke of is Southampton to flfleitri damagfhad been done at Sb by aninun Isaid which would render their jfiigar very ward this if not quite greater misfortune to the Avhen men arTiyedjiathis vhoufirdri Harieyftreet oi jBufton on let new MihiltryisitaJked to be compofid of gentlemen of Files v t Likewife a dilTclijtion of Pariiamerit talked hear preat Cqsimpnerto of their if the rauchtalked otdiffolution fliotiM thisclafi I ead arid grievance pointedout or t will endeavour fp juelgmsnt ef ttie inillead ari uenn e ie f evafive and fvibtle there any fcheme ofw public uqiityiri 6ndeavQur td jnakeft app w or and render a which wese Evidently imparted to them by for a j Many errors in itw to be will overlooked at the itotiJore jsrltdTe were and whofe Inoti ves were beneyft talents jdo not mean to amfeggft this u8clafsof writers believe tbtjbrwns mtIunir that tHe prefcntftafc qf are lucn j thofe which fruUlefifnegg ihffexiBly adhered never fp ti Jftlie fo much talked of take as j 45 univerfally they we may evjri both the French tire Spaniards Jiayegopd caofe tdconfider0well that the fortifications and are repairing te4 and bettt 6tf fhey built atsthe the neglect they hajveifljftwjn c r tii the fullefl fe Council on Friday feme John Efqj is appointed his Majeftys CQBM ful to the Court in the room oi Robjsit P Saturday rnprning his Excellency fold arrived fcom has fentover to a of and arrived j Admiral been ftationed in uWeltIndies upwards daily his fleet HisMajefty was to that the other to be but tried Ifehas horne Coaie qf which upon as being of the true kind and in hii the filvercoiee only dug from pai t thtt h is probabfe tteas may be of A 1Au ij vawowsaccoontj we are Jhat almoft is the natural conleqmncg 1 mines day the i6th of i of Ufe ts which muft Great funss lodging in the the roonied in expeclatiwi a new day Lord Mansfield auJ Juflfce Clive TTillfet cut on the hosie whicii begins tiie fajnie day at 6n Wednefdaylaft an officer belonging to the Revenue of Excife at fuddeiily drop ped down deatlj as he was coming out of his houfc in that The fame evening a woman aiib dropped down as ftie was of the Cock a in U pper Moor Monday a poor woman at Weft in attending her fell as ujipofed in a and svasbiint to The oftenfiye and dangerous ofwcarters and to fcrickcartSj as well on thi lound asin the having as bad s and occafioned univeiai from tlernen and others indifferent pans qf the town the the Public CRice in have employed federal conftflblps to attend the dif ferent and take off fuch offenders from their HI order be as the law djrecls leveralofwhom atxtte office on Saturday The penalty pr a to Bridewell fpr one month to hard la only faving a mitigation in the breaft of the s Thurfday came on in a caufe of great confequence to the infant fuitprs in that in which a of great was Mr4 a were in the cf a Re appointed by according ijo the practice of it enters into a duly and annually to account before one of tha and to pay the ballance Kgreable to the directions of the The Receiver in this caufe did not com ply with the condition of his recognizance in pafling his and upon ftating young gentleman carae cf it that tie for many years renamed in bis hands a very confiaerable which the Court has him to pay intereft at therratero4 4 year 1755 and on this occafion the incellor was pieafed to he an Receivers annually pafstheir or be displaced from their Saturday latt William fervant to fore James and Rulers of the carry irrg over the water at ttie ferpyvcontrary to ftatute of 10 Unpaid the penalty fivs Satuiday befare Sir Jplm thepenally prefiribed by a ffcfwiifirfiy andnegligently in through ScotlandYaru obftrufting the paflgi of o b r aad of Albjtfti j praftites have of late been a Tuefday lilt where 1iad been to tranfacl fome btifiaefs with a of the Rye which re acconimpos for carrying pafleflgers betwixt and met aboutibur genteely dreffed and well loaded They rode together for fome time DoWns Vreteijded ftypt bjs ho finting a piftol rp yqcket tyarchLand aifnejh faid his was revived to take trom iVhe the his
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