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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 15, 1766, London, Middlesex Mr M S H U T E H A V M A R K E T MAJESTYS COMtAUY of Ttha THEATRE ROYAL in the HAY THIS BAY will be revived failed yThe C O M I S S A K The principal parts by F O O T E MGEORGE Mr With ENTERTAINMENTS of By ARNAVP and Mifs To which will be added a PARC E called The OLD Davis Aickm j Palmer MGebrRe Mifs Harlow by Boxes Pit Gallery The doors will be open at and begin at feveu deured to fend tbek fervants to keep pjaces at Places for the boxes to be taken of at the Vivant Rex A on the uth day of May having reduced to afhes between four and five Bunked with a grearer number of wareboufes and other in Bridge1 theiftand of the Plant and interelted in or trading to the faid are defired to at eleven oclock in the THlfr the i5th at Arms in to confult upon the means of pro curing fome relief to the poor unhappy i L O T T E R SHARES of and are fold by Succeflbr to at the Oldeft StateLottery behind the King Horfe prizes generally been and true Regifter of and all former oney is kept at this ventui erf entering numbers of their fure of having the jnoft fpeedy and correct accounts of the fuccefs fent to any part the ef The money for the prizes and ftares and paid at this office as foon at The jrizes and blanks to be transferable annuities at the Bank of bearing 3 per per AH kinds government fecunties there tranf acted by punctually This Lottery witt begin drawing the ith of in which there are four blanks tor KJ Thtflreceiptt inued from this pre AliC now be ex This day is Printed on a fine paper and new in four large volui price bound JUSTICE of the PARISH The TENTH RICHARD B Chancellor of of and oneof Majeltys Juftices of Peace Hot county of Printed for Millar and fold by op jiofite i the Of whom may be Burns with the Ap pendix and in His Julticti of the Peace and Parifli a price Another in one price the Poor with Digeft of the Militia 6dVj Tbu day is The SECON Q price boxing To which is now OWenrations on BSrokeh endewoiiring to prove the feat of vialadyjwttoHbein the UAlACdfrOfclA HIPPIATRICA The of elegant and toproved Remedies for me of In Two TOR The The Medical Direftions Chaife and other With fuitable Sold alfo in proper after violent Exs By Author of the Eton Printed tox in all other Bookf and in T TJfAVlNG been for feveral years nwich af with a fcorbutic jOelt ertlsicnally on my iri rayears have been often jradiny neck overfpread with fcales like thofe of a fifti I had continual pain and with a loathing at my ftomach my complexion changed to a yellow and in ftiort I was is a very bad ftate ef but am tjy the ufe of your Maredaflfs perft6Uy re COVered may hew any of your or make what other ufeof ityeu as f thinkin gratitude I ought to acknowldge to and how much I your medi the recovery 61 my health from that of a very bad I with great Your obedient and very humble JOHN Attorney at in J6hnfons July Any pejrfon of tlie eflkacy of this medicine to furgeoni the Weft fide of near the only and where thefe Drops are fold inbbtt as of be fully con vinced of by being referred to many people of who have been cured of the ulcersji the long continued of the ahd every other diforder a feulnefs in the They maybe taken irt any feaibn without the leaft inconvenience or hindrance of They perfect and arnazingly create an appe None are genuine but what are figntd fcy John in his band This TH E t JACK Infcribed te DAVID Efqj The times have been That when the brains were The man and there an But now ihey rife Printed for the author i and fbld by in Paternofterrow and at Johns eoffee next the Royal became 4 For the Ittteri PUBLICJJS To the PRINTER of the the many ways of JLJKWijI making great fortunes in this me I knew none fo fnug as that of being a Director of fome Whether the company is in a gaining or a lofing it is equally advantageous j they may either or not trade at it is always profit able to the managers 5 they may be cfafled under puffing and dumb In the SouthSea when their trade was good for had only to puff and pramife 59 per for twelve years and mjnifterial for tunes were immediately The following is a recent example of a dumb direction Not years the managers of a mining company in this obtained leafes of fome Immedi ately upon finding them very they put a ftop to working and became The confequence that the finding their ftock brought them in were glad to fell their fhares for a trifle the their friends yuu may imagine were the This fame I am is now fix times the value that the ignorant proprietors fold theirs I have been led into thefe reflexions by the cla mour at this time ugainft the prefent EaftIndia Di which is universally I hope f ilfly a dumb Certain it that in 1764 thefe fame before they got were ex tremely clamorous to have everj particular of the bad news publilhed without which came at that when it could only ferve to alarm and give uneafmefs to the proprietors and the whole I therefore have that they had now publifhed a circumftantial account of our ate fuccefles in India j it would have done hen our to and given great aswelLas as it would ve A the Jignd beehwrotf S the tlii tV I obfcrve that rofe after left than eight per centi for which no as there is not the Eaftlndies to and thereJorre1 attribute it to letter proired to the real that their per is wprth He teems to have no other view in wi4t he iaid on tns than that of pre venting tlfc honeft PropHefOrs from becoming the of j I hope he will fo far fucceed yn as opeiVtae eyes of thofe particul arly the feqaale who cannot be fuppofeii to unde rfttiitd ihe hot to be frightened by falffralarms to fell out their ttock at a price greatly beldw it s rtal variie It is e xtrenielyclear to that the oppofition to the rnci eaiC of dividend proceeded from art only thfife gentlemen whpfo well underftand the CompahyS affairs would have given fome reafons to Pi roprietbrs why it was premature they would at leaft btave told that though it might lie im proper raifethe dividend till the arrival of the next ihijs from yet that the affairs of the Company were m a profperous fituation j that Lord had fent a by which it ap peared that the advantage gained was a million and a half a exclufive of all experices whatever This would given fome fpirit to the and would by that their ftock vvas i but thing wai done the coufequence that the fame word pre mature has had iiich an effect upon their minds they thought in general tlie news was of no confe and the Kvock fell upon it five per Is it therefore uncharitable to that fome who oppofed the increafe of wanted to frighten fjie real and lower tlie that they might buy If there was fuch a it was a wicked one and lam forry they have lucceeded it is difcreditable to and difhonorable to the noble Lbrd who has done fo muck for the as it tends to lower his I have only to add that I hope no Proprietor will pait with his ftock A tery little time wifl that whether the dividend is increafed or the ftock bear its true value arid in April next an opportunity will prefent itfelf to every Proprietor having a of teltjfying his ferife of the conduct of thofe who they think have acted Upon wrong and of Gentlemen hali attended at tiieJixcliequer and were fwtjis in before Re Ciancellor an othir Lords ofhis Majefty trying the arTiy and ftandard f the oiefent coin of tliis wiiich fliat fcrewed from the at our fctft Quarterly and the beft private iniotau thofewhxj are acquainted with India afl pan that our trade never was ijvfo flqjfr ing a ftate as at preterit and from our we have formerly divided 8 per per We have now a clear annoal of m from tlie4iftricts MidnapoorandChft and per taken jfrojai Nabob by Lord Clivers I call this clear btcaufe it h per annum allowed by die Nabob up our KferLoird Clives fo that we have at equal to 75 per pef oar indepjgndeqt of our which be reckoned per per this too in the of profound aaid enemy can appear agRinft The Mogul cau difficulty fupporthinvfelf amongft Ins own Soujih Doufa fuificienldy humbled 5 and the bob in a manner being left with venue barely fufijcient for his women and ho Our army inBengal is likewjfe now the beir a that any European nation ever had in we are likewife in poffefTion of in that With fuch inimenfe and uiidef 1 cannot help as I Aid that dur Directors did pot upon receiving the faft difpatches fram Lord Cliye a clear and circumftantial ftate of ouraffatik in as to have bean cnderftool yall the world j acquainting the only1 divided 6 per cent art prefeiit wfech was never even whenjjie wasat itHe 4 L O xjM D O N The arrangement of the NewMiniftiy will riot be declared or Pitt was fome time with the Earl f at houfe in the and after piad vifus to feveralother perfons of dif hear that two great pirfcnsCges eminent in the kawebeen the principal inftiumcnts in bringing Great Cammoner again to the fcrvice ef his kqd that the Hereditary Prince of Brunf will be account of f06ieimportant advices received the Conti Off Stturdav difpatches were received from Mr the Conful at relative to concerning the aGenoefepiak there under fiuglilli S efterday there was anExtraordinary Board of and this day there will be fitis faid more commiffions figned at a great Board within thefe eight days than 1 n for eight wetfks day his Grace the Duke of Grafton is ex d in erday arrived in the Right the they would next year have their dividends raiied to 50 per per betides refervinff a faving of about one million fterling to lie added tp their as a fund againft misfor that might happen to the Happy had it been for tae the and if had been done but I am afraid k is to remedy this oveiiight I fhall not give itaharfher name I am well the property of one third of our ftock hands fince that and of courfe all advantage loft to who held the ftock in the moilperilous of at the rifle of their If I Jiave committed any irt this ftate of the prefent advantageous fituation of our I call upon any one of thefe dumb gentlemen to break and give a more clear account to the which they may now fafely without lofing any fince it muft be allowed they have all had a reasonable time to be thoroughly fatiated with India A Tfftdtfman and Proprietor of Letters rcceiwd ftanf Ni Conftant Reader and Real Reformer of v day the Sir William Knight Bath fet out for his country feat at Eythiup for Grace the Dutcheis of Hamilton was etfiJf a dead Saturday about feven the t the Lord Mayor was again luddenly at liis feat at A Surgeon in JieighbourhQod was immediately fent who his ajid an exprefs was fent to Lon Wb0for Keeves who went directly to his aillit iancej andyefterday had the plsaluTe to that his Lordlhi p was pretty well recovered Frefli complaints are laid to have been tranfmitted our failories in againft the French Gdwrnor of They write from that the Chevalier Charles Edward had given orders te fell off all the eftates left him by liia deceafed father in the pro duce of it was would amount to eighteen hundred thoufand They write from that an epidemical difternper had carried off more than one third of the Spanifh garrifon at New and they were moreover threatened with an Indian They write from that the town of New begun laft fummer in Placentia 6s the LabradoJr already conlifts of two hun dred houfes and wheje they have plenty of wood and and ah excellent whale They wrire frorti that two confiderable have been arrefted for wivately corref pbndiflg with Pafetal and imderhandedly plying the Malcontents ot with military and naval A parcel of dried leaves of a the growth of has beeh deceived by a gentleman ia town from correfpondent at which has a flavour and tafte equal to and in colour a light Laft Saturday arrived at her moorings in the the Calais p Earl from Ca Sunday arrived in the and faik4 for the riveiv the Talbot Eaftindiaman from The Endeavour Maawai fell in with a linuggling of fifty Jail Ihurfday witfc French from and carried her js clone onlyonee in fix s YeflerdajrTciripIe Bar was ftJMtj confcnt tf the Lord againil all carriages cr acocunt of the new paving then A is building 3t which vvijl confifticf about and fouth andnortii from River fide to he middle of it is to becilled Millerltreet the A new bridge is building os at the ibuth end of it Yeiterday the prices of grain at the Cornmrukct in wheat a rye a oau a a peas a beans a per We are a fpetdy will 1039 be made amongft thelrifh Laft a Gentleman who lives iii the neSgh hi a fit of lunacy with whichhe is often feized began his cwrtdaueb ter a child of eight orniae years io immsrcif ully that had not her f creams alarmod forrie of the neigh who came to her he would in all have killed On Sunday afternooh a young ladj about rears of diverting himfelfawon the coal be low Weil had his hat b in reaching tor had the mkfortuhe to fall over and was drowned before any cculd be given him he was bound apprentice to a fmith the Monday Monday laft Juftice Gouidj nnd Mr Tti fface opened the bufinefs of the with their at in the couniy of which proved a maiden Three perfons were tried for Sarah Haynes and Jane her for the murder cf a t atai child 5 and alfo Mary for who were acquitted Three others were likswifc trid for dif ferent one of whom was wid ordered fer On Weduelday evening their Lordlhips a rived at and opened Commiffion for nl fhirej wheu the four following were c ptaly con and received fenience of viz John and John for robbing RacPel the highway of npwards of nine guineas and John and Samuel Urn for define fix cows the two kit are Richawl and John fora raps and atSenfj in that were Three were c Jt for John Jofeph ami gan condemned at the hit prieved from the had their Sentences chan ged into for AndAvie condemned with IK r mother ntth for the muJdfir of her female bait trdchi who was raDrievsd upon the day of her m r received a free The feflions of the peace for the riy of will this morning be held by Saturday laft fome urJucky p fons cat the gallows whereon the man was ining nesrthuit He Jena in the Deptford for ths atrocious murder of two at Rotherbithe above two The body was left in the a fh to the no fmall nuifance cf the Sunday night fome young bloods mmning from Blackvval to they were brtwcn Limehoule b feven or eajn fell w Whom they boldlv and a ievere fnFazemenc which lifted about half a i hour 5 whfn after of receiving an either by a black or a broken at hit obliged the fellows to retrent with great precipitation Sunday evening the belonging rpthepanfh of KMneaxjnl therums of he was artackkl by I let of Infh who conllanily harbour in that pace who inftantly threw him into a and it was with the utmbft difficulty he got alive Sunday laft a molt dangerous riot happened in th of occafioned by Irifli chafc men being offended at a tlergynwVs preaxhnj in that place they firft began wTth deftroiing 1 which they did m a few an j af eWardt affaulted and beat every that in hir way without dillinctien armed with bludgeons and other ottenfive f tliat pur pole and yefterday morning f hern were apprehended and brought before Saundas Welch Kq by whom the principals werecommitted to Clerkenwell Sunday afternoon Mr of Holborn attended by Ms nwie I tour round MarrleBone in order ro prevent that fcandalous nuifance cf barhino in the ponds and gambling conllaiuly in tholepartjia time of divine fervice of whocn the and brought themnest fore Saunders Efqj at the RotaMon MlF t by whom nioft of themVcre mitted to Sunday evening James Smith charged on oaii before Thomas Efqj wounding lames fp that his is alJo with atlaoltihg aad beating two otiiei and was Yefterday was again brought before Sir Fie and on oatlf of Kynai with aflauking and finking in the f his office of a alfo with ailaiilr and beatmg Alexander Efqrand uas co mirted to J Olli committed to Yefterday James Newman was co Yefterday was af church Mr Edward of fr Mifs Mary of the place Sunday died at his houfe at H 5 MVear ofhis T5 Of Deputy of The faKrd Yefterday died widow of tie in the A few fince was at StresW n county of the remans of Jolm No Us pt iu the 9oth year of his he hid la the of the Pe3Ce for chat couJtv and on the Livery of the Worfnpfaj Com
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