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   Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 28, 1766, London, Middlesex                                J fr L Y v VV be performed a called Tfie Coil FOOTED Richard Aickm Sir William Ceftle j tkfe Davis 5 3Kalthy Shift and WESTONj 1 VVitll feN To which will added The M A Y Q R of GAR K A T T Major Sir Murden Crifpip MrShuter Palmer Roger MGeorge Quick 3 Jerry Wefton Burden Boxes Pit Gallery The doors will be open at fix i and begin at feveu Ladies are deured to fend their fervants to keep places at at the Vivant Rex fit On Wednefday for the benefit of wilbs by particular defire tor that night only not afted thefe fifteen the Comedy of WOMAN a To which will added for that mght only The With feveral in imitation of fome well known Italian by COMIC i i M T Tor the BESEFiT D A V I On Wednefday not thefe fifteen By MATESTYs H T the THEATRE ROYAL in the HAY will be by particular de fire for that night only tlie Comedy ef W O MAN V a The parts by Mr Mr and a Young Gentlewo wfto never appeared on any Witfi PROLOGUE by in the CharaBer of Abel End a New COMIC End of act IV feveral well known in imitation of fome favourite Italian Performei by a COMIC End of aitew To rfftichwifi be added a Farce called The C I Z E night only bring his fyK appearance On that ftage 5 Shuter Young DAVIS Sir tafper Wild Caftle MGeorge Boxes Pit Gallery The doors will be open at and begin at Places to be of Jewell Indies are defired to fend their fervants By four to keep Vivant Rex K A B A A aad K M COALME ANTS and at White Friars neav the SELL SCOTCH and All of random and other at the moft realbn Having laid in a large quantity ef the above the customers to this wharf may not only de fiend upon being ferved at the fcarceit but without an advanced and may be affured of their orders being executed with the greaieit care and Clean beech ipofees and wholefaie and p ii Herflwineft lober horfekeeper is wankiat the be and entered on An exceeding good TAVERN and CQFFEE in a very in tne J iniddle tyfthe capable of great improvements V with good Any perfon ibis may art dsfifedj1 to apply immediately to Richard Three Tun New The comingIn Rum and whole V fale arid fenttoany part of the car riage impwtei by PAUL lacing South amptontlreet in the J E Philofophe avec un Avis au Pub lie for lej Parricides imputes aux Calas AUK Catalogue dis Tableaux de la Gallerie du Roy de NKcclaireifleajent for 1Hiftoirede Reine fiUt ainee de Henri ad Gtnaoinance des Mouvemens pour Mahulem Hiftoire pu les 7Amufemens Litteraires par H 8 Krameri Elenchus Vegetabilum Animalir Aujftriam Sunpleinein aux Volumes de Recueils de JyledaiUes die de avec des Correcbons relatives aux memes Bibliographie InftrucYive ou Traite delaCon des Livres rares par De les tomes For The Controverfy betweenvhis Exceilency Governor Governor of tire Province of and the Great and General Court or Aflembly of that the third and laft To the PRINTER of the O O K I N G aver an antient Latin I fourid the following ob by fome followers of the who do ufe to com11 mend whatsoever the Prince whether it be gpod er bad and for their own private with counterfeiting and do Itill whifper femewhat in his But do thou take and bewsfre of them for whofoever is fo officious unto thee in careth little for the good of that which belongeth to the good ef thy or the leaft part And though he feem ever fo yet this Tort of followers or that do fo and feek to can carry no credit with thenij and much left profit the And that thefe chamber counfellors do fell the and wifell of Princes To be etrrefptiiJenl is not the jfrtltman wbo fnqittrttly affixes the above Signature to Itfleri fe tetten received An Unknown Juvenis Pharinamus Down and To the PRINTER of the PLEASE to give my thanks to your correfpon dent for his ingenious but think it far from being I wifti he had faid fomething on the fubjeft of or impulfion for although the effect will be the I can by no means think them fynoninlaus terms for if we allow of weight or gravitation tb by what law are bodies on all ides of the globe directed to one centre for it is evident that the fame direction is both upwards and downwards onoppofite fides as there is no diftinSion of up or but from our fituation on the I cannot admit of gravity and as I believe no thinking ptrfon will allow felfmotion to it certainly muft remain withoxit fome external or attractive The laws which all bodies imRverfed in water aie fubject are invari ably the and as he has defined or rather as I think he meant that sll bo dies fpecifically or not to the pace of water that body but to the quantity of water which would fill the fpace that body will either or remain I mould be glad he would give a reafon why bodiesare lighter in deep water than in flial I think he has not fufficiently noticed out fentence in the which funpofes a not to be fkilled in as all eubrts to fupport him above the furface belong to that The que ftion whether a or other brute ani in and fuppofed to kave no would fwim through their infenfibility oi Let us fuppofe a perfoii ikipwrecked at within fight though at a great and allowing him to be a good he could not be of fear j by exerting his wiil port himlelf as long as he is able and when he can perfevere no longer he muft necefTarily being heavier than his bulk in The rcafon he has given for their rifing again when they are I agree but muft own I am at a lofs to know by what means the bulk the body is As for fwellings in I fuppofe the parts are puffed up with but how that can be the cafe in I cannot con ceive and if the body be extended only by imbib ing a quantity of that water within the bo dy wtL counteract the fame quantity the gravitation or attraction of the body will remain the jfuly The fecret meetings and con fultations of courtiers ought to be reie6tel by a I add hereunto this fmall note a raoft important matter that he fhould Utterly rcjeftaklntf pfdomefticii which do embrace j which is tammonly framed compliments the company of Clockmakers on their being lately made a Livery bccaufe j his father and uncle were both members of and would have been very glad of the honour if they had been now he approves very ninth of the let ters iigned a REAL Reformer sf and men tions ieveral of the actions of the worthy Society of fome of which are A poor fhoe black the corner of near Leicelter put in the ftocks for blacking of ftioes on a Several publicans fined for felling a half penny giafs of liquor when the informer pretended he was very bad with the and was leryed out of Many bakers fined for baking vic or felling a loaf of a SeveraFpoor women fome with others with three childrenj either in arms or crawling fore a certain and convicted on the oath of the informer without any in the penalty of fivefhillings many of whom were obliged to pawn their rags to enlarge Upon thefe circuinuances reafons Haifthefe reformers no other view but to fupprefs infamamy and he would iinmediaUy join with them but when they contend to fupprefs honelt induftry under the maikof no ptr fon fhould countenance How can a poor la bouring man with a family provide for as often happens his mailer fliould be out of the way on Saturday night Muft they go without food the next day Is this ei ther divine or natural if wemult abide by law and fet afide all others and the latter is inconfiltent with which fhews we muit do as wt would be done thefs Reformers are nstliing lefs than Perturbatarts pads et communis trart has fentus an written by a boy at on Popes having faty rized the Duke Chandois for not following nature in his No O Pope what Chandois Becaufe he took not NjMure for his guide mighty critic in thy forrrt we That Nature may miftaks as well as feys As the new pavement is begun he could wifli the following public nuifances were taken notice of by thofe who bave power to remove Stands of near the caufe an obftruftion not only to the carriages and foot paf but to the workmen There were no lefs than two one witWn and the other without the Bar the very firli day work Tke flieds Duftans toMHichthey area makes ttje narfowvirt that If they are not removed If why is not the property of thofe who have a legal by the to whom the ground they ftand upon will be fo very ufeful andneceflary f The ftatuis thatftrikeby clockwork ittKat canfe marty people efpecially and children to to fee them whichnot only obftrUcts the an opportunity of picking of The fame may be urged againft the waxwork nearit is re markable that both thele are the narrowed part of Saturday arrived the from Holland and Flanders Jitnt marine is already upon a very good fueling by the care taken tojesitablifli There are in the different ports of this kmgdom forty hips of the line fit to put to exdufive of thofe which are in America and upon the Fourteen are to fail foon from this under the command of Admiral but the destination of this fleet is not yet publicly July The lalt letters from Confhnti which are dated of contain more lamentations than the They that and of My there have been almolt daily fbmefhocks of an more or but that ori the joth of one in violence to that of the jd of and feveral edifices that had Vjeen already fliattered itlafted from nine to ten ftcomls and was folio wed on by another as which happened at the time Sultan wag at 1 where the by the tcrfor cf it was very From the LONDON Jimes late of to furrender the 9th of at eleven in the thenth of the fame mon and 6th of at four in the afternoo Peter now or late of MiddlefexJ to furrtnder the oth cf at eleven in the the i ith of Auguft and 6th of Septem at four in the at Benjamin of Kings Noftharapton to furrender t lie 4th and iflth of Aa gultand 6th of at eleren in the at the in Saint Martins Stamford Days appointed fir making the dividends of Bankrupts eflates to Famuel of fliip builder and the i8th of at ten in the at the Crown in Thomas Brownhill and Mary both of Li brewers and the of at ten in the at the Golden inDale John of the aoth of Au at the Ship and Inn in John of Stafrbrd mercer Augutt at in the at the Old Sett in Wolver render then mpre convenient for the number of tfalty Jpfit in Two additional packet are ordered to be built at Welles for the fer vice of the Eaft IpKa Very of jganpowder are now buy Qp tortjhe of His waort Friday pleafed to appoint the Right Bifhoji of Oxford to the vacant fee oT N TheTRigbt Lord Bifliop of to tlw bifhoprick of rector of Han to the fee of And The Lord Bilhop of Litchfiekl and Coventry to the dennry of It is faid thatabill will be brought next appbintiug elections for Membert of Pariiamentto be by bailot j it is will totally preventail future corruption on fuch o which candidates extremely a We hear that the order o Council iiTuid in Ja nuary prohibiting the BritHh fubjafts from holding correfpondence with fcon be hear that the Charles Efq has refufed the office of Chancellor of the offered him by the Great It is rumoured that the late extraordinary coun cils have not wholly been confined to the intended changes in the but were the rcfult of cer tain very important advices from the It is laid the intended changes in tlie Miniftry will Occafion a rery early It is faid there will be material changes in the firft civil offices in There is no truth in the report of Alexander Efq being appointed Governor of Weit Saturday morning her Royal Hignnefs the Piin cels Amelia fjt out on a vifit to at Rich It is faid the Bifhop of will foon have the honours of his grind Duke of Cum conferred on whic will be continued to the fecond fon of the Royal It is faid that Leictfterhoue is appointed for the refidsnce of 1m Royal Highnefsthe Pn nee of and is now filing u and ior tnat pur Tlnirfday afternoon bft the Lords Cormniffioners of the Treafufy figned all the warrants and odisr writings then and declared their commifllon at an ince which no Board has been A fecond memorial is faid to have been received by the laft pacquet from Governor concern ing the lofs of the Bermudian merchants at Monte Chriiti for which the Ppaaiards appear very little difpofedto make His Excellency Governor 5 Harn was arrived from Senegal at Cape Coaft Caftle in the wheixthe laft letters were His Excellency propofed infpefting all the fuuthern fac tories in of the Saturday arrived from the Right Lord Friday arrived the Right the Enrl of Go at his houfe in between five and lix the Lady of the AmbafTador was fafsly delivered of a f n and at his Excellencys houle in Lincolns inn Friday lalt arrved at her moorings in the Four William from The from K arrived at The from is arrived at the Ifle of The Vulture cutter has taken a loop from Bou laden with French and carried her into It is faid the commander of the on his arrival round Cape has received orders to look into the prefent ftate of the ifland Juan which the Spaniards are laid to have for We hear the Dolphin man of war and her con have Keen victualled for three in cafe it fhould be found neeeffary to eftabliTi a colony on any part of their new difcovei ies in the South All the African Companys foldiers have been ta ken into the governments and incorporated with the other It is that the harbour ar d deck of Ply mouth are fljortly to be considerably to A cotton icanufnclofyis preparing to be e at under of merchants of that It J3 find there nre no thn four lotferies now depending in to be by oursj and the profits of which are fo be to chiirit able A magnificent monument to the memory of the late Lord defigned by Stuart executed by being almolt com will in two or three weeks be erected at Wim in the Chicely the burying lnce of the at the expence of the prelVnt Friday the prices Of grain at the Cornmarket in per Wheat It to barley rye to to ombri ow the begin at Hljntirigdon e ara notwithftanding it tliat five different races of lame particularly that of begin on the fame that there will be at Humingdon the greateit number of capital horfes that has been there for fe veral years and that fine md a brilliant appearance oft certain at thofe drooping races this Saturday laft Bowderis parent machine for drain ing lands was fixed fome ftind Thames had overflowed j of was iked with eafe by two and drained the withftanding feveral bf the fpeftator1 thoughtit would be The machine clifclnrged on an average nar three tons a Lord Mansfield and Mr Jultice Clive fet out thif day fot to hold the afllzei for the county of The Tlight the Lord Chancellor hnsapprinteS October for holding the firit eeaeral enl Michaelmns term 33 ancl 3 1 forexctpiicrvsi November far and ions lecortd and leal pe the for tie county of pr a nnhliTi Tbe nuTEber of houfesfrom o oa the of rri1055 but ntfmber 45 las origi and is affixed on the houle of a pafuy coo that entleman Iris ot nlimber OR his which all will agree is more lucky ancl propitious number than HS in s 7 England had the glory of giving birtii to patriotic Britlh inaket the iiberi5 of ho ku dom the uile of his At FsLlford I honns for a burglary Charles Kainbnv and VVidiam Heirtf tor vere capitally but At who was tried at the hit at Cam for robbing the honf of in guineaj and a md was capiiilly of the luurder of Edward gardener fo Ci of Sittton near Cotton in and purftunt to his fentence on Monday at He aeknovvkdgsd bimfelf guilty alfb of opsn riishouie a and Mann of ciprcen guineas and a for which e was tried hit aflizes at and ac At Hnntingdon Thomas for itenl ing a and Henry Iheep vere both but On the i4th inltant began theaffizes for the Nor folk at when William B r for a highway robbery j John for fheep itealing John William an Jolefh for ftealing lambs were all but We are by informations made at the Public Office in Bow fo great hath the practice of horfeftealing of and b vvy prejudicial to the poor farmers and be tides the gang of gypfies lately apprehended and con vifted at the late affixes at two offenders of the fame belonging to another have alfb been lately apprehendedatljuildford in with two ftolen horles in their and that it ap pears their names are an uncle and nephew the uncle late a cobler in the London j and that by the confefiion of the who k a young lad and has by the tes been ad mitted an evidence for the in in fome to check the evil of ftsrnling horfes it that they two within two years ex clufive of their connexion with ftoie an in credible number of as well in the county of Middkfex out of the as nifb counties of Bucks and a man was and committed by Sir John folding to on fufpicion of forging the iumd writing of Grace the Duke of in a litter of recommendation to a confiderable maltertaylor in the liberty of Wcit Committed from the Publicoffice in during the ccMirfe of lait charged with robbing the houfe of ot plate and other Wiiliajn for ing a filver tankard the Whiteliun in Robert otherwife Itaaling four iitr cat of the houle of j and TiiQipae   

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