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   Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 26, 1766, London, Middlesex                                The Gazetteer and Mew f S A T U R J U L Y frpitt the POL 1C extmflue Salt of T a a G AZ E T T B ER AND v ADVERTISER jointd to the variety which it foffes bat lately betn Attain of fo many and of ap prehending 16 many that it may bt property gtvt THIS PUBLIC Itat fir tbi fuluriy aH tnftrtnaiitnv efthis to Bo w ST R K KT trtf be coriftanrty inferted in rHis PAPER and if INFORMATIONS are properly attended to by frAWKBROK BUYERS OF SECONBHAND c to robbirits will efcape dettSim tfrufaBy if rsRsows make ufe ef the feme pacer to advei tife their lofies F I E L D I N 7n A Y Sy Particular Defire of Several of the By his MAJESTYS Cttofi THEATRE ROYAL in the HAY On Monday next will be per called be M IN O COLE by FOOTEj Rkhard Aickin Sir William Caftle the M Davis 5 Palmer MGeorge i and WESTON Quick Francis and Strutton Lucy by a YOUNG With ENTERTAINMENTS of To which will be added The G A R R A T Major FOOT Sir Jscob Murden Crifpin Sfctiten Palrper MGeorge Quick Jerry Weffon Burden j Boxes Pit doors wjlfbe open at and begin at feveu Ladies are defired to fend their fervants to keep places at Places for the boxes to be taken of at Vivant Rex For the the days of playing will be and M L G A nruiical will be continued during the Summer Admittance one billing each The doors to be opened at five and the nrjfic to begin at half an hour after fjAll fiibferibers tickets have an undoubted right to come in every evening nor can any bene fit whatever exclude them from A T L 6 T TIE R iC6 Shares of and Shares of are fold by HAZARD and Stock at their under the Pi the Koyal and at their houfe in pleafcs and Tickets and Shares regiftered at fixj Uppofc that in hot when there is but little wind to difperle that many are feiied with the worft of that the phyficians art cannot conquer for the fake cf for the fake of our young and the health of the people in ge that baleful that paltry imitation of the who have their family will be con fidered at this which is in many refpects fa mous for the improvement of this great I have furveyed thofe horrid and am fhocked when I reffcft on them and hope feme abler pen will paint this great evil in its proper I will add a few Itriftures more on fome other im fome of which have been already pointed The firft the arched method of pavjng the fo full of abfurdities and that I wonder to fee that plan fo generally I approve of dividing the but hy no means of railing the middle to height 5 it encreafes the weight outfide it in undates the water fo greatly and fo immediately on each that it has not time to run of which we had an inftance in that great overflow fo lately and too jultly complained of j and wafhes away the fand which fallens and fills up the joints of the pave The ftnes are too much of the wedge if they were made about twice the prefent and laid long way acrofs the the would not fo eafily and would have full as good footing for the I therefore recommend the pavement to be raifed no more than to prevent the waters lying on the I woud next recommend the raifing the low ground at the foot of the next Magnus church and as there is fo good an when the new pavement is let that bottom be raiftd at leaft five feet it will be attended with many con which will llrike the eye on the firft And 1 would recommend the old tones for raifing the abovementioned There is one more which may be eafily the dropping of water en the heads of foot paflengers in our occafioned by the projections over cur flico windows but as they are generally cov red with U it may eafily be pre vented by turning up the front of the that the water fhall run off at or near the J To the PRINTER of the T i ANATOMY is certainly of great advantage to the I would therefore it hould be encouraged by all means but every perfon has a while to difpofeof his body how he after it is it is Tickets and Shares regiftered at Juppofcd Many people fear not death fo oence per and the earheft account of their j h asrwalt f h j been k fcccefsfent to any Parto4Great Schemes j vm of the Lotttfygiven and letters poftpaid duly Four blanks to a The Lottery begins dewing on Monday the i7th of AH kinds o Government Securities bought aal fold fey STATE 0 fie per dedufted from the mares and and but fix pounds from the iuftead of ten notwithibnding they are fold at the loweft in the greatett examined and paid as foon by WENHtAM and Lottery in ths Poul facing and were drawn prizes of ten ibouland pounds each in the laft and fold at this Schemes ot the Lottery given gratis and letters pottpaid duly Our menii erftof may depend on their having Ihtir and on the moft rea fonabfc tlie money them for the and blanks as foon as drawn and all bufmefs relatinf to the Lottery tranlafted with the greateft are and The drawing of the Lottery will begin on Monday the i7th of Fr lhe SNAPSHOR I and To the PRINTER of tlie GAZET revolutions n fi tions have lately emplyeci i he pens attentions of my A I had hopes fome of cur in genious gentlemen would oiUheir eyes up to the enormous height ot the lately and now building in this city not contented withobftnifting that free iniereourfe air fo neceflary to henlh with the atmofphere they zlfo inclintd to take from us that cheering light whkh the great Crealor of the univerfe us to uiftingifh the va rious objefts urruund The acgijmcsts which have been varioifly urged jr the cur have little weight fhea Uh the many and grtat inconveni Iicies lye under from high houfes and narrow eets j but as the opening our ilreets can only be the Dgreffive wo k of ages to it ferns only in power of the prefent legiflature to limit th height and to clear away every poffible ob to the free circulation of air and as it is litle to do any thing for the good of the whtile lome inconvenience will arife to a few indivi I would lay afide the objections which fume tradefmen would make to a propofed re of this encvsafing who would add houfe to and never think they have got all future buildings in large ftreets be confined three and in the narrow ftreets to two Only 5 the noxiaus vapours would then have free arid if we confider the number of hog hcufes in the and the vapours always and the wherein many parifhes aepofit their dead a horrid way of interment from whence the ftwils conftantiy arife through contaminating be that great ageot of life 5 need we vvoiikr j nary evil of hanging in whom no real evil Could appal in the leail degree and many have gone quietly and eafily into the eternal fleep of when they have fatisfiecJ about their depth and dryneis their that would have made a mod miferable exit had thefe opiates been As I am indifferent about my and pofiefs a defect in nature for which no prefent account can be and which anatomy might I would much rather con fign my body to the furgeons after than it fhould be as it might be of fome fervice to others in the like It is certain the great number of profefTors of ana tomy in this vafl metropolis cannct be fupplied with a fufficient number of fubjecb for an ample courfe of What the gallows fupplies are bst few and there is no other way of obtaining of but by bribing poor miferable wretches to betiay the truft of thofe facrfd repofitories commit ted to their care nor will whipping when prevent this difeafe ever they are ever open to the temptation and the dreary ideas of it church the late and the little noife attending the all confyire to facilitate the r tion cf the d It is an that reft in iheir when it can be reafon ft that dead bodies are s in point of or any functions that may deiioii i hem UMS a reft her flies Duft dhs are the common epithets of the dead and melt certainly it is o and I think it is veiy cruel to whip a poor cieature to death for a real fervice to the Every one al lows that furgeons lhiuld puriue this yet none are agreed on the They are for puailhmg the thief with the utmoil but excufe the firlt mover to the In other thieveries the receiver is tranlported here are and have Falltiffs of labjuii g in If they coulJ be contente 1 witli poor it tli not merit notice but their excule thers a different and larger r ftudy in the bodies of This is aiul calls louder for redrefs than all the the living poor better they were Irarved into Ikncrou than amttomize a of lung eaiier remedied according to the and the furgeons muR be content with fuch refwfe as is hereby appointed For ftealing any dead perfon of fortune down to For ftealing any dead perfon from down to fijr 14 below this and per fons of common e worth is not aicer for feven of no old maids and the poor in to be free plunder thus the rich wiH bear a becoming pre and the poor like our horfes at the col lar makers be of after As the receivers of ftolcn goods in other cafe arepanilfced with fo they ihould in this in fourteen years in the lecortd years and inthe laft Perfons aboire the forturie are fuppofed to be fecure from depredation in proper vaults art Maufoleums but in Inch a cafe the offenders right hand to be chopped off with a as a mark of fuperionty in the perfon of the to reprefent the extraordinary abhorrence of fo vile a Difqiple to the Sieur MYOLOANGEIS SPLANCHNOSTEOLOGOS L o N B O Yefleniyy morning arrived a mail from which thuc is ah that exprefs was ar rived at with the news of the death the Queen Dowager of They write from the Qth of this that the Hereditary Prince of Brunlwick was daily expected Letters from Hamburgh that the Sieur charged with the atiairs of Ritffia fince the departure of the Sieur Pcu was found dead in bed on the 7th in the morning 5 one half of liis body being black from head to A Cienoeie under Englilh is taken and carried into Algifr where a new xe btque of 56 was juit ready for the Extract letter from dated July An unhappy accident happened at Juillac an elefliontowii of about four leagues from hence on the the cf John the which is celebrated t litre with great fo J he churca bsing very and the grand rnafs juit a hirge which fupported a gallery wherein were upwards of four hundred futldtnly give and leveral inclies when they were all foeager to get that a great number of both fexts were under and bruifed and maimed to fuch a two rrien died next day of their and live women who were with child Yefterday his Majefty came from ta the Queens palace at half an hour afer and was im mediately waited upon by who continued with him till half an hour after his Ma jelty went to where there was a We hear that yfterday the whole lilt of arrange ments was and that only his Majeity and Pitt know till fuch time 33 a declaration is It is f expected that WedneTdiv next will be the day appointed for the abtaiite fixing tlie great perlons who are to conipolc tlie new There is no necfTity for the Lord Privy Seal to be Peer of as has been reported vshieh fuggcllion is fuppofed to have occafioned the j firm affection his Royal Fa and which from time im made characlei jftic of this Exirafi cf a Utter frym dattd Juij Laft Saturday we had the agreeable that his Royal Highnefs the Puke of GlouCefter was ar rived at at the fame time 3 report pre that he intended to ifland witb his which fprsad an Jn con the Commander in Chief awd the Chief Magiltrate appointed a meeting of the States for next in order to everything ui om power for fuch a reception of his in fome meufure be expreflive of that loyalty and feftion for our fcr which inhabitants of this ifknd have at ah times been diftinguifhed i and of the eftcem and veneration we entertairt for his Royal Highnefss moit amiable Accordingly there was a fuil Meeting of the States to unfpeakable iljfappoint news that the Priuce iUiltd the day This illand has former been fivcured like vifits from Rojal and Hattjf that we were in to high an ex pectation is only put offfor a little We are told that feveralcuricus andbeaits were brought ovr in the bit EaftIndia i pofed to be dsiigncd as to her are infomird that Sir uho has been dangeroully is noVf in a fairway of YelUrday a Court et Akkririfn was ftrrtmoned to meet at at which Sir Robert Ladbrokej Loctnn and abcut four other Alder were prelent when a report being made of the proceedings upon the late the Aldermen came down upon the and then the Ccnitnoq Seijeant declared Ek duly Sheriff of this city anc comuy of Ac the fame time it was declared that a hui been demanded in behaif of Robert and that the fame was and to on 1tlc day the fifth clay of Yetkiday uKernoon t requelt was to CC Right the Lord toiifne his p fending in lifts of the feveral Livery iii order to proceed upon theintcnJtd for As it has been thar TXirfitio net keep up the dignity of the office of chofen wifhout his but oply cxfCuic the legal part thereof if we are not city can j oblige him t fupport tjie witii ufua j nity fplendor of coimty ot Middlefex as ihat i confequeiics to be difrraced by Liveiy to cliu being the etHi of too y wioiii for he bv a ileady is where n e ot Pitts being to be made a lt It is now faid the great Commoner lus ablolutely refund the t ifir of a that as long ns health and itr intends to lerve his King adherence to the conftkiitional riglits and liberties i an in a cut in tlu Huiife of His Jr te the of yef j j ie foil terday at tlie it is iaia the bes ot baai It is now ui 1 s certain Scotch who vpnm y M by cue jjvour rr from by a re covtied the of his and virne ot an act of again nil his at uncUr i out cthtrs wiftiidint inj has not and retired This H bailiffs of the worflnpfnl of tlifft in prjcefa nion was prtaclied bi after which ant at their Jjil iei f c r it n b iie vvorilrpful i F an elegant at il owine ited Ste for t Lir Sir tothe hnvin I liss to ci uth We hear his uJajelty fer the of t Vve are old that nine m within the a by two to the ins in r TlHirfdJiy the La arrived at her apartments in J in j ilie extent of at undir htrs Wiftiid not 111 and retired heirs nor re under 0 is to his on Alexander IVngerihavebeen to con ined to be 1 m arlorte Fincli rora Har epei I Vcjifoii next rT r H of Sr Henrv ri i who dyxi on j ro kf U is reprtul that his from the Welt a fortune cf ins The fate brave 1 var on hi paflag Ic Arote to his about two cf being home J to to have his noufe at Chelfei arid other thing whici faith fully performing the of his death anivedT to the inexpreiiible gnei of his in confblatile The Lord Hyde from New is arrived at witli a in Yefterday arrived at her mooi ints in the Thomas frcin The Petronella Dirk from is arrived at her Extraf cf a Istter Jrcm aateU Vefterday betweeii aud his Royal Highntfs ot CMoucelter landed in from on board the Woll The Royal Conrt waited on his Royal when William le one of our addreffed him in tlie following tenns after wliich hty had the to kifs his Royal Highnefss it Ileafeyear Rsyal The Royal has deigned is fo thit we cannot find r fs our gratitude to your Koyal High n w in honour can beequAlleJ by nothing b and to your iioyal Jiotn ai our warm affdion tohis ahd the whole Ro al we his ancient tlnchy of cf which and the are only and iiave pielerved by the fideiity hi of ur in n ium the iifq Cfq o was incorco ibc of thlheni a rd t to tlie Jkllf of under tnee ihoulil J3 pitai liirirrLj tcr iiitiiini the lisd hkewiie in tlirr for he nor fT o s lit Chinch and to pay th s s of by the great er of ro tlie dry ot ny i ies thefe two arc cxjrlflv ton tlie Tali ti of niicl tlit Go is n retrained tUing any ilo any term f IOD e now erecting anotncr p u t ii ti ey of ue ft i re rirJtLa ivautiful ciples we fi d ever us a perfoii c f the Royal fo euiiiifiitiy diilii guifhed by Royal have ii all fo univerfally ch racltrized the ilhiihioiid Mouieof Give us to congrati your Highnefs on your cn h s rairlifnl and agaij our j at fo an event an of which we fhail ever molt grateful Permit nt the to take this opportunity lunvibly tj your Royal Highjiefs to afTure your Jsoyai Br our gracious that we hail ever in j The CommiiTrinsrs hnve began to number hcults Tom Templebar to wiich will j be continued in every ilreet in and will he a better dnxction as every ons fiiul out ptiion without Mi ere is a taJk of the temporary bridge at Black friars being to be made paifVoL fur Tliurlday next is fixed by tlv Guvcincrs of Bartholomews for the election of a Vicur for iMayland in in the roJin or the late George Lowperthwaite and likevvile a cook to the in the room of Jlslttr are well ajfuredj that in Maryle bone feviral eltates do not pay of theLmd j ax that no eflates pny lo imich as fixpence in the while at the Line time feveral pars of tas liberties of the city of lays under the diT couraging circumftances of payi g iix Ihiliingj in the As th Land Tax through tain is in general the moit partial ever it i tainly be one of the molt popular and the new Mini ftry is it is s fully intended by them endeavour the mxr kfilju of Parliament to obtain a real Land Tax through chere al moit every year becomes a greater neceJiuy lor ob Yeiterdsy Jamess feveral of fine frefli arrived at ac to ancient We htar th floods are r much nt in Goucefter and places that in tli low plains nd aiiu re that arc at It is laid there line no happened H asthe iince tiieytar whichalb is faid to have been iciuarkaby all tie fnmtner Thurfday was tried at th new toniiructed to the Sun wliich an wcred all its The ot it is cze for the of up was nor fiUfsJ to liie foce of water j cut ti   

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