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   Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 17, 1766, London, Middlesex                                T w u R s i A jtf t t From the P O L IsC ttsfaje AMD NEW joinedto tbtmarittt tbrjKb lubuh it pages bat ktefy lot fp many ap fo many that it may bt THIS PPBLIC Ire cohftantiy iiuerted in THISPAPER andi INFORMATIONS art property attended tt by J E W E LL B fcTAHfcEKEEPER BUVERS 6T few ifteciilly tfML PERSONS make ufeof the paper to advertlfe their loffes pjp WARNINGS everything hd or toj art ftritimtKatt tiedlJUvtr H A Y v M A K By his MAJESTYS COM PAN L Tthe THEATRE ROYAL in the HAY y Tomorrow will be revived a called The CO M M I S A R Theprincipal parts by F Q O T Mr DAVIS S H T E With EurERTAIVMENTS Of By AUNAUD and Mifs To which will be addeS a F A R c E called vThe CHEATS of S C A P I The principal parts S H U T E Murden BoxettSv Gallery The will be open at fix j and begin at fevep Ladies are defired to fead theiricrvanti Jceep places at Places for the boxes to be taken of at thg v Virant Kex fe O 1 and T E R SHARES of are fold by Succeifor to attheOldeftStateLotteryi behind the King on Horfe where thelargeft ptizes have generally ibid and The u ue Kegiiter of and all former onesj i Aept at this where ad venturers entering the n ambers of their are Jure of having moft Ipeedy and correct accounts of the fnccefs feot to any part the of The money for the prizes and Jharo and will be paid at this as The prizes and blanks to be transferable annuities at the Bank of oearhig 3 per per All aretfiere afted by and let terspuQct ually anfwered Lottery wjU drawing Ftr the letters tenet AL0VILR of l A TRADESMAN wid PROPRIETOR MOSES NJE ft JC S IUTO R T E oppofue in the jfcooVfielier to ur fees piM 0e AriciennesLoixdes ou Additions aux ReinBrqVes fur les re cueilles Routn LaKepublique DU Plan General ie Gouverritment de par De a Haye Hiftoire Namrelle des Du chefne Pajis De la Paris Les SfeflsV Pocirie Paris avec La Pharlaie de triduite par Mar moHtelj a Paris avec Abrege du Paris Tom Paris EJlrstto della Lettferatura torn YvejJon JHiftoire pat Paris Difilionnaire Raifonnl dAnatomic de Phy a Paris N fe W M iU 6 U This day is puHlififtit priee Sonatas for three German Flutes or three by Six Sonatas for ait ac companiment tor a violin and dedicated to George Elq compofed by THEODORE Price A collection cf Lifbcm Minuets for Getman and a bate 1 Two favourite leiBaw for the by CaftoJ Printed for and in Pauls Where jiift two or two Ger nin flutes French horns and a as peii formed by his Majeftys ioot and horfe price C Y T H R E A L B A L S AChenwcal preparation which etfeclually prevents the infection of a CERTAIN to which ypunggentlemen and others are often How infallible foever this difcovery may there are fo many people who live by or pretending to curej this dieadful that it is eafy to fprefee theepipofition it will meet But to convince the intentians are ingenuous and and that hedoes not mean to lead any one upon his bare ti till repeated experiments hall have evincdl its that1 only thofe gentlemen would tpfcke afe of it who otherwise the rifk without Bpon it found to preferve mankind Jrom the gfeitlt hum ia Jw flatters Wnjfelf that the Tothe oi the H AV E perafed two letters in your paper of the firftof them ii figned by A TradejHuui and Proprietor of Eoffadta and the other by I as they that it next toiin Ifeover the futility of thatdumb Di hoping to avail thsmfelves Of their ta citurnity at die laft General wBhect to have the Prbprietort of India Stock thatthe were really And while I condemn the filence of the in not imme diately communicating to the public the news re ceived in April big with prefenl and future ad WJtages to the I help being of that too much pains are every day taken to enhance the price of the Companys T4iis appeals to very much in the light of is a point laboured Gods your who call themfelves alfo and the train of fuffer the ftock of the EiftIndia Company to ftand its own If it miift be propped by whofe intentions are fo I take on me to pronounce it not worth per much lefs which laft one of the above gentlemen has fixed for ray think veiy of the value of EaftIndia ftocfc j but I may overrate And though I really do difapprove nay the whole Court of Direftors for their long as they were of informations fo af fierted by and not contradicted by enemies j I fay noiwithftanding fuch I do nor join with in endeavouring to an ticipate the of concerning spy iet who may be propofed as a body of men qualified to compofe Direction for theenfuing yearl venture tp ftake my and I have the vanity to think that it is not inferior tp that of any of your or of that of any man in the prefent Direction i I repeat that I will ftake my that the prefent fet of fong beforie next either account for their filence iti April will make Up in an ample manner to their by a noble enpreafe of thelofjthey may fancy they haye already iuftained by the propofed encreafe pf per Indeed this laft is a fafe pofitioa for had a dividend of 8 per annum bee as washoped for by and expeSed by not a I take on me to that fome overgrown men on that have loaded the public with what coft them at wry advanced prick and had ho mpffc been the ftofck would ihtnat bably have fallert under preftnt j the anti cipation of any event always carrying in this country at further than the maft fojid Letters reuvutdi Impartiality Galileo Unknown Correfpon 3 To the PRINTER of the T IT would beneedlefs here many former occafiohs wherein fo happily convinced the worid of the moft fiiccefsful in eonfequenceof his military wliilftin the Companys fervice and are now pof fefled of of EisLordftiipsi more than common influence anldng the Indiun witn wham he has concluded ppfitively the moft advantageous peace forour Lst us therefore congratulate ourfelves at fo profperous a change a declining ftate to its prefent flourifhing oniyr upon a very to aM a lift ing WhoeveJ theft circum ftances with due fifo an encreafe of diyidefld upon tlieir property inyefted ki Jndja being the of the I can fcarce fuppofe fuch real proprietors tUrnkpf parting withtheir re fpeftive marfes in rhatftock untHtKfc expecltd be neficial fhares enable them tp and obtain its full Whkh cannot be afcertairied adctitional iniereft is actually then are the prefent JTtUecs Ih I re that there are 4 fett of fpecaljitors in the Changealley phrafe ffell for a without being poflefled oV ihilling of own My ignOrapfje matters cannot permit my efttering into the me rits of this fort dffpprt may to judge reiiult of my own enqjjiries fe to the and impprtaQce of new I vejiture to pronounce jt a very ill di hazardous JVlen of large have aft ranhiag fome rifque in fothejr wpaSh manity cidls owutnpS in hopes of diffuadjng jipQple Io the iatteramfMiiem igy fhpft raotfco is ex X trenvly comprehenfive j it con cerns all ranks and degrees of people in public af and ki flomeftic tt is a doftfine deeply eiigraVen by the finger of the Great Creator on the fleflily table of the heart of every air lead of every good and honeft man and woman it is a doctrine univerfal and off rifle of binding dn all meh without a firigle Whpfoever attempts to erafe this principle from his own rebels his arid commences enemy to the whole It is a common One fory is good tiff anttteris aatl Every Jlory has of if I Men in common con ver fat ion to a railing accu fation again ft a honour and jpfticebind me to lend an attentive ear to his exculpation or vin dication j if I think the aceufation pr t ought to give no attention at but and difmifs the fubjeft giv ing a full one and flopping the partys would place me in a worfe point of view thari This doctrine ef hearing both is necefiary and falutary in private fa without which all peace and good order would be and all domeftic tranquility at Whoever therefore difcovers a propenfity Co hear one fide without giving an oppdrtu nity totbeaccufed patty to clear their to or an arbitrary man an innovator and a fubverter of that immutable rule tf righteoufhefs which cements human fociety He exhibits in himfeif a fpecimen of a character and odious in the fight of God and Let no man think that this is apicrow peculiar to one man or It is me lancholy to fee how many have eradicated from their own breafts that amiable principle which prompts to do equal and give onteriding parties an candid heating and are djiiily liflening to malioious reprefentations of injured in withour giving the irinocent oppdr tunitypf manifKfting their innocence who greedji ly imtjibe fjjfe and rivet in their taking proper raejthods to themfelves of the true ftate of the thereby in and abufe the In of I Hear both or hear TO the PR INTER of GAZET SOME Welles peared in your paper an and boufts were engaged in Different parts of for the ide ME AT confidcrably ioid the uftsal Thiraplhor of fentts tlus to tpflbllc pjan is by no been thought pro pwfto ittjll he weatherfeecomes colden You not fcae had trouble of printing that it well knowtt feveral Fltefrmarket havetriumphed in the stipFastD der feaf LitJgale To the PRINTER of the I an4 intended to have fent you a let ter relative to theSong ftmg at Ranelagh this the Muilc Wy ond Heion but as I was flap ping with it to tnfc on I acci dentally inet old I accompa nied into a and there with no fmall a letter in your paper figned Phils GdKettqer condemns the author for abufmg that very Power who alone could make his affairs I therefore to that though I ere fentiments of the moft tender nanire for a certain young whofe accomplifh defcrved higher than many of her can claim any right to th the very height of my I never could tbijjUt of exahing her or evert comparing her jo thofe wonderful wprks tif the whofe beautjes are gazsd oh with amazement curious J hope no young he in what fituatipn fo imitate fuch verfes AS thofe I am fpeaking of for the if endowedWith good mult itas a of abfurd rather than a procf of his affection and fhe that is of a different is no prije 2 n j s tlieKiagof and half of our aftejnoph the Right the Lord waited on bis Maleity with was in conference tor ajxve two the Earl Temple dined with Sight Honi Wiiliam at We hear from lately appointed a Poft there a floopof to csnducT his Royal Highnefs the Duke of Gloucefter round the We hear his Royal Highnefs the of Glou cefter wnen clears the Landsend in to make a tour into the Weftern parts of Tuefday being the birthday of her Royai Highnefs the Frinceis Carolina Matildaj his Maj ci tys youngeft whothen enters inta the year f her will be at p IAidday the Right john of thtHoufeof airivpj in toWif from Jr Colooel at is to fet oat loon for that place to iur vey fome new iaid to be privately currying on contrary to Private letters from Breft that a corvette with had fuft been diipatched to th Fiench iflands in the They write from that commiffioDS were received for buying up two thouiand tons of naval ftores for the lervice of They write from the Cham of the Tartars had prounfed the Grand ijignior to cueck the progrefs of the Georgian at the hiad of The Thames Indiaman is arrived cff the Ifle of Wight from 1 hey write from that upwards of aoo arti ficerjs were ehibarJced onboard the Ad venture engaged as fettiers under Lieuttnajjt Governor Mouhtford Efq of An order is laid to be fent over for the fevrral forts and caftles in taat kingdom to be roughly Xt is military eftablifhmen 15 of and the otheE Britiih iflan s in the are to be con liderailjly On Tueiday the fubicribtrs to loan were in per and 15 per asnienuoneii by railtakeja lome of the public Co utts of Confervacy forthecountifsof Elux and which were to have been held are not only on aciomu of tlie LorH Mayors buf uniil his Lordlhip ihall have jro go to hold a Court near Upnor wlifcreno Lord have been fmce the fhe jkte Sir Robert Wilmot in Veiterday general meeting of the wor fhjjJtul company of ClPckmakers actlje Pauls inoiderto nominate pro per to be admitted liveiyojfn of the laid company late the court of vours paper Thefiottlis re made of Secured fay glaft f thethipd houte in at each precipice if already fome artful becomes duty to entreatall fuCh dnwary Bears by allcpnvi cate themfelves prpac felt year lietJwrit riots Jufy To the P NT EJ of the G A KE TTE E A ITER of my a wit I amentitledto an anriuttyol at thit prjsfent is57 years ef aro What is tjie value To the WHITER the THE following fs fn anfwer rf What win aajount to in twtjvie at four and an fise per com pound per the amount will be At four and an half per And at five per o o SVfterdaymprnMrg their came to town Jrom was a numerous court and drawingrbom at alfo a geanHitfulftih f hand this day or toiftj thert will be in to conclude eri an iltftlaid ttefcrieiAer the nor jRrm but to j ftfti pftfit r but not tp interfere in any of t Jucfday theirs was a grahd and the evening the athou At the fame time chdeleinwigr in cboJeii Maltir for yeur CH It is expeftd that thera will this moving be a full meeting ot the governors beloiigmg to the City o Loudon Lying m in ojder tc coufidcr of proper to fupport that which it is of late fo crealed m its as tie in danger of Tueiday afternoon the Comrrvilhqnejs 6t Sowers Pavements met at when they to borrow a fum of money by annuities upon to carry on the new paving of this Jt was that aii the Itones brought for the ctiy pave which are found net conformable to the con mould be lent and not in the aid work and in purluance of the faU carts ere yetteniay ordered to carry arfay all Inch The wqrkmen have begun to incofe the interior part of BerkleySquare witha brick wall a great of the foot paving is already Jin it is eight teet in breadth and fiom the curb or the ing to the wall now is forty feet for the coaches and whicu is paving with the Abenlepn The walls the nortii and fouth ends of formed in fhe man Tnerpl a Creilent or inJ the incloled jiait will be laid out and i lanced after tlie manner of YeUerday there a Board of the Comnvffijners of when inolt of men lately ar rived from were admitted on the outpen r The paragraph infertecl in the mentioning that was fabforibed by the merchants lor the relief of the fufferers by tarfire af weare without A brief baf the great feal tortherreiitf of the fufferers fire at in j alfo for tjbe parjfh church of Abera von in the coynty oi OJaraorgna alfo tbr rebuilding Brink burn in the county of j and for rebuilding Thursfield in the county of S Monday p e Wous ihe fantingtn platfonu erected there fcr that took out the pVgs fuppsi tied it and on the pany beginning to dance it gave asid all came down tphe no fmall diverfion of the com pany luckily no hint was We that the this week ih the of VVi 1 kin Fjrft Mate of the faeing HtillWharBljick by from the faidrfhip is entirely that gentleinait being alive and welliv The account of aftack of chimnree faHfag down in the houfe adjoining church tff Martin u wich in the fact the fUek of chimniestliat were in the hone next door but one ID thefaW cMjrch in Bifliojjfgatfft noVvbCuluing for Champion and vr YeiterJay morning the body etarmanwits found in Long htldsj behind Bulf feveral of he dered the pneceding The hotly jf Giless in the Fields aJibmiriDg fnan in SevenXhHfec his body and of were i at ja   

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