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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 19, 1766, London, Middlesex Gazetteer and fidify r S A T U R u L Y ri HAY his MAJESTYS 1 the THEATRE ROYAL in the HAY on Mjnday next will be revived called The C O M M I S S R The principal pxrts by FOOT WORLEY U T E fame pape Mr S H With ENTERTAINMENTS of By ARNAUD and Mifs To which will be a F A R CE called The CHEATS of S C A P I principal parts by S H U 1 E Murden WEI Boxes Pit G llery The will open at fix and begin at feven Lalirs are defired to feiid theu fervanu to keep places Places NT the boxes to be taken of at th Vivant fex F the the Hays of pitying will be and Trotn U i L extent of T H B G A zii T T R A N D iM D A i L y A D v R r i s jointJ tv tht Variety gf channels lOrougb which n has lately bten tb means of detecting fo of up prehtnding fo that it may bi prcptr la give TJUS FUBLIC Ibat far tbi of Shis kin folio WST RLE be conltantly inlerted in HIS INFORMATIONS in properly to by JEW 3li STABLE BUYERS S EC ON I H A N 7 c robberies ivtll tjcnpe ileiefiion rf tilj if ALL PERSONS ROBS make ufe of the e paper to advertife their 1 ffss FIELDING Tbe WARNINGS irwry f or in the toy are for ritt to ai i jilver LINEN Whoielale ami of being by mu tual coiifent THOMAS DYER r turns grateful to his friends forpaft and legs teavito acquaint them and the that he is removed to the HEN and oopofite the Bifhopfgateftreet where he hopes for the continuance of their which hall be his itudy to by the quality of his and reafonAblenefs of being deter minedto fell on the loweft for which mr pofehe has laid from the FIRST A C0M FLEAT AND GENTEEL to town or from whence all orders flraU be duly attended carefully and gratefully acknowledged by their moft devoted and obedient humble TiiOMAb and from at begs leave to inform his friends and that he has taken Pools Old at the Lukess the corner of Swall Oxford w ere ai4 may depend on bungleived with all lorts of ready pre on the molt reaionable by theu moft obedient i HOM P R T N E R S H i bred to and pofiefled of fe tlioufand would com raenie a purtneriliip wuh any young gentleman well killed in and inclined to fet up as a mer He mult give the fulleft proofs of integnty and be well recommended for his and delight in as the advertifer would be contented tnofe qualifications in lieu of if there fhould be litile or none j that the party fought or be not deltitute good either abroad or it to have a plealing piolpccl in No objection 10 a or to take a in elUbliihtd if on fome beneficial but piincipals wrn be Weated and no anonymous letters anhvercd but all di refted to at Pauls in Pauls be duly The ftribteft honour and fbcrecy may be depended fbis iiajii The SECOND price To which is now on Broken winded endeavouring to pruve the leat of that Malady not to bein the PHARMACOPOEIA H1PP1ATRICA The GENTLEMAN FARRIERS REPOSI of elegant and approved Remedies for ibe DISEASES of HORSES In Two Contain The Surgical The Medical Pait of PRACTICAL DirecVions proper Treatment cf PoitChaile other after violent With iutable Remains on the iy B R T L E Author of the GEN T L E MA NS Printed for e Sold alfo in Avemarylane and all other Bookleliers in to An and C Y H E R E A L BALSA A Chemical elfeftaally frciiens the inibiticn of acERTAi to which young gentiejrien and others are of expo fed How infallible foever this dilcovery mty there are fo many M0vle who live by or pretending to tTmtlt is eafy the opposition it will But to convince the public that the authors tutentions are ingenuous and and that he does noc iiean to lead any one danger upon his bare he till repeated experiments hall evinced its that only thofe genttenuu ufe of it who otherwise hav run pon it ihauld be found to preierve om the greatett enemy tone ftaiters bimlelt that the gratitude ot the people of and at erect a to his method of applicationmay ie leanu from the in whkh tbs bottle is wi he ade of fiat lor the and fitured by glnfs ftc pxrs Sold bv J D i x w E L L the third Uoufe m from at each STATE J at his Lottery in and examines Shares and in the prefent Stare in great on the moft advantageous terms to tbe Alfo buys and by and India witli their feveral Annuities India and Exchequer and all otheiGovtrmnent poit punctually Schemts pf the lottery given Four blanks to a The lottery begins drawing the tyth of Whoever is in pofTelfion of and will bring h tj fhal receive A E L O T i N0 five per deducted from the mares arad and but fix pounds from the nrlttad of ten notwithstanding they are fold at the loweft in the greatelt examined and paid as foon by and at their State Lottery in the Poul facing and were drawn prizes of ten thouftnd pounds each in the laft and fiald at this Schemes ot tie Lottery given gratis and letters duly Our likewileail mem bers of on tlieiriiaviiig their on mrfc rea fonable and the money remitted them for the prizes and blanks as foon as drawn and all bufinefs relating to the Lottery tranlafted with the greatelt care The irawirg of the Lottery will begin on Monday the i7th of in highly fenfible of the rspeated favourt of his friends in and the public in of which a grateful and lading fenfe will be en I eiribraces this opportunity of acquainting j that he is now removed to a more commo dious the fign of the Leg and one doer froro the EaftIndia Houfe j and thathe has laid an entire frclh md curious aflbrtmentef the diiierent branchs of t1 i msnufacloiy snd fiacters iiirlf rhry are procured in fuch a to en iiiu thus to oiTer them to the on fuch ns will merit a continuance of theirs and his friends further or any other in the for the infide of which far more durable than thofe thnt itniud they will give three ditferent iigiits to the and prevent any perion frum being owerLtok ri i they will draw u more cafe than ommon feiloon and mny bt taken down er pnit up with neither will jlicy hinder the hiftening the windows or Mile and fald by THOMAS carrer and in Old Beth near They are very for all forts of hop ISLAND or the Seven being opened for the reception of BAAFIELD the Proprie who hath been a grsU expciics in the im provement the and in plentifully ing the fifti ponds for the free amufement of all who delight in humbly beg leave to fo icit the eeuiitntnce of the public and as he hath alfo well itored his cellars w 4 i he beft of flatters him felf they have afforded who have tajted general and that thebeit choice of every commodity hall be his pleafmg itudy to pro As this little Ifland of from its ad vantages and is capable of affording all that folace and retirement the molt diitant fixa tion cjm 1 hope the as well as tny friends in will be pietfed to accept this in vitation to accommodate in the gentecleft hall be the regard of Their obliged and very humble BRAFIELD witi hot at the ufual hours andthe price fromLondonbridgeto Princes ftairs Irom whence to Helena is a fliort and pka lant walk by oars anxl This day are In two pocket price SERMONbtu YOUNG WOMEN Beingaferies of free iut afFeftionate in which their initrudUon is as well ia the accomplilh ments that will adorn their as In the virtues that wil promote their innted for Mlhr and in the Strand in Pallmall j and ic Paternolter letters To the PRINTER cf the motives of mens ever may traded from the general flenor of their The reafon prg fending crcud of to the aimy in was to leilea the expence ofthe by preventing tlie artd deliveries of the feveral for thefup port inJ fervice of the HaJ this though been than mere perfons properly qualified for fuch a pur pjjc would been and proper meafures for it for would have been made ino the value of the commodities in the countries where they were to be pur with the fituation anddiftancesof thefe coun and the moll and cheap me thods of carriage from thence to the places where they were to for before any abfolute agreement was made for and who un the bufinefs committed to their and the la guage and culloms of the people they were to deal would have been fent to guard again ft had any futh been really appre But diametrically contrary was toe conduft pur fued were made oa what eVer terms the confcientesof Commiffkries them to propofe which were fuch as enabled them to confracl with who had theirfubctinirrr3ors arid thefe again to perhaps hatt a doen mcft of them and of every nation and people in every of whom was to have a profit by his bargain the confequeqce of whfch to the or ra in this to thofe who were to pay for the require no explanation and to watch over all thefer5jjierfoiis were appointed who uider ftood not a fyliable of the language of the natives of alone they could hae re ood the the accommwlation f the credit of the present the be nefit of future the affair nn f and demanns Hie attcntion of erery inteHtgeni pit every wellwiJnVr to One writer upon tfiat a trial h iild be mideof botli of illc ncave well as Thefe are ex ifting of hotn in the ihfe writer dare appeou to every one for tlie pro f his afftr He vvilj oppofe tlie c nicatve f Flec as and with a i lihrea I ibhable and unnccefLry hep to the con ceived any real who knew nothing oi i vex below and fei any think 1 the commodities to be delivered nor of the weights and meafures by which the deliveries were to be made and who confequentry were felves in the groffeft manner fubjeot to the very im pofitions which they were to guard ct ers let their vigilance and hone4ty have been never fo And that it was not even intended that experience mould remove their appears evi dently from their being cohftantly changed as as it was thought one fet had got enough by tn make room for no better qua to get a fliare in the fpoil alfo not above two or three all who were appointed to any of the lu crative employments about the army being continued to the conclufion of tlie war from the immenfe known to be amsirel byfottie of may be judged what muft have been though its being divided matiy renders it lefs anS frpm what principle the Whole arrangement 9 That the expences of a Carried ort in fuch a fhould be is no more to be wondered than that they who had tliis arid divided the extraordinary part of it among fhould according to the common principles of fuch bear the reproach and punifhment ot Forthis fuch reprefentations were at the termination of the by all who had been employed in thefe economical of theiniqiiijjpys and infatiable rapacity of every any way concerned in Applying the and who were all indifcritninately cMediGtrmattfi becaufe ithadljeen the misfortnnt of Gtrmany to be the feat o the though much the greater fiart of them were of many other nations and as I have obferved be and almolt all the frauds and really had been committed by thefe it was judged proper by the Britifh miniftry to appoint to enquire juitice of the deraands ftill account of the warj before they fhould be prevent the na tions fuffering nny further by fuch The propriety of fuch a meafdft is moft evident but whether thr perfonfc pitched to it into were equairy proper for that is a quettion that deferves j of this kind are rn the natirrc o Judges now a Judgeought be perfectly ac quainted with the indifferent both in the caufe and tothe to enable him to pafs a juft But can aay of thefe be pretended in this cafe Thii of the perfons chofen to execute tliis commif fien had been principally employed in the offices at tendant upon tlie the reprefenta tions to the vantage of the that gave rife to had for the reafons which have been hewn i to appoint them therefore to enquire into the juilice of the demands by thofe Ger was making them not only judges and a cufers at the fame but alfo judges in their own caufe j tbe third is known to have been utterly unacquainted with the of which he was con ftituted a The conclufion is obvious they were incompe tent and improper and their judgment con fequently is liable to jull That the manner of their judicial as well as the judgments pafled by juftify this fhall be fhewn in my next July To the PRINTER of the THE author of the paper inferted the 4th thinks it incumbent upon him to return the Printer his very grateful ac for indulging fiim with folarge a part of his and for the kind and ample information he was pleafed to give Jus and thereby to the S writer of that paper had nothing elfc in than to induce the public to think for Tbe undertaking is great and extenfive it muften dure for and mark the period when it was fet on as fenfible or Studious for the benefit of their as well as ad it hurt the writer much to fee an under taking of fo much conducted in a man ner that affords us but a part of its real The writer has fome renfon to that Commiflioners received fome that the form they adopted was liable to They upon their own ideas if they themfelves have not feen nor felt the others and muft do fo while the fame miftaken notions are Far from expecting that the pavements fhould be taken far from wifinng the writer onlv re that the principles upsn which the Cora mifTioners had might be impartially ex It is from what he has shaj fomethiag may be alledged the convex form 5 and vhe public begins feeit in fuch a as may pofluly require farther notice to be taken of If the afFiir in queftion was ouly matter of opi the writer would not have given or the the trouble of any farther applications on this head j but when he that it concerns the ing foot a an he travels ih with Re viU oppofa ihupper pt of which and f ceives niOie wafer tian my otUer high ftreet in London to any part of the or making Vit pffulfc allotfaiice for the difference of He oppofe ftreet am ritVirfber of other ftretts in that part of the to sny coimit pavement of equal wear in any part 01 the iitieff of London or Bad as the paverricnt m ftrCets it is much better iit moft of the Convex IkreCis As to it has flood ij more commo more conviiient for foot pafferigersj more Cinvcnient for thin ahjr he knows j and paved in the ntodern manner te a good ino del of plan which the r To the PRINTER of the G A WHILST our pcfircal writers I fhould likeftfe be T E uuficd founding the tf tlicif rv gJad w give praife toTorre of did tiey put in There K great talk about who isfittett M be and iSfcrbodeierve to be and of ii5riotis by your J think if a Miniftry that pay their debts and were never ktiown to diftnls tradefmen and others by kpiptug them out of iheir it would be at ens for by their managing with their own af itis a good n they vvouui io fo by the pub t am n traderman sr the Conrt erH of the and am very fo ry to tell hat enow in my very confiJerable and even 8 Veirs al of thcnv by MmScrt of tuo of I was lately told by an at a Nobioriiaos we chaiged profit eiioiiijh to sftbrd ten years This at atime vvlien I cn hardly fupjyrt my I am of ftveral tli pouiuis preys very tn beidcb the injury done to my fa riy 5 and I diink jt js a great i fienator of ehLrr not he obliged to pay his dobts ouce a year as you or As of the icwsr I would tijejr they ftiouM be obliged toadveitift ii aiUnt foreveiy to whwvn iiaiid bfkiT their into the Office yf the fjhtiifFof tbe or fvlayor cf tlie Corporation for which they intend j atui tliat ihoud i advertiie pu1 licly that inch G miensen have duly j paid all their debts before the dry of election j j as I am gieat hopes that wtfliall ur ments of ut three it tun be in our to make them pay tircir detts before they are again Slaughters JLJ L Yefterday whicJi we O arrived a from f by fojljwing advices j a titter fr m Juat The King has i he c whcli for tins to be abo liihed which decree having been Ctannumicated to the people by dA Preiulent of the Council of tley iiavj nominated Depiniesto lay at his ftet rfie m ful they ar by this generous and m gndniinoUi act of his cle mency and The QueenMother has received the Viaticum and Lord Lenox had private of the French King on the Sth of ihis when i credentials as Mmitf erplenipotentiary Court of Loadi Tiienegotiatiorrfcr a change of wiihed for ind is iiww laid to be at aa end ihe following fkttch n narraiivcof ihis tiation yeitcrday aouc ntgo For fevoral weeks pa1 it was that the fiibfiftmg hail nor either Urength or ability fuftidem to public Uuiinels which was and is every mire Without the iherelors of any ot them arefoluticn t ktn 10 annther adminiitra titn j in conltqULnce of fitt was lent for from Burton Sumeifrifljre iVnuight that gentkman ameto town arid that evening he had a ronhrerc witJi the LorJ whu is ro have the negotiator this treat Oi balurdiy Mr Pitt was wi h his at for a c viable Lord ws then immediately On Monday Lord Bute w ha had bee a in towr during the time that the fouadation of this mgonation was and contriving ftt cit for feat a in Tifc fame even ing Lord Temple came to town and next day wn ted upon h s at On day hia LordihMi was with Pitt neajjy whole and on wjth his again both at Jim ami Qreens paiti vt fcr a iOjKe traces of an mflu now fiIly certain the whoic a with Lord Chancel lors
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