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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 29, 1766, London, Middlesex T U E S JULY 7 The 1 i iiN j S E N T KB T AI H U i COMPANY e THEATRE in the HAY Tomorrow will be performed Called C O M M I S S A R The principal parts by F GO T T E ENTERTAINMENTS of D ANCIN To which will be addeJ TLc M A Y O R of G A R R A T iVlHJcr Sir Murden Crifpin hater Palmer MGeorge Qtuck Jerry Burden Pit Gallery The doovs will be open at fix 4 and begin at feven Ladies are defired to fend their fervants to keep places at Places for the boxes to be taken of at the Vivant Hex WOMANS a and The are to be deferred till I hurfday For the BENEFIT of D V I On Thuifday not thefe fifteen By His IE STYs AT the THEATRE ROYAL in the HAY will be by particular de fire for that night only the Comedy ef WO MAMs a The principal parts by Wed and a Young Gentlewo who never appeared on any With a PROLOGUE by in the End of a New COMIC End of act feveral well known in imitation of fome favourite Italian by a COMIC End of aft NEW To Will be added a Parce called I T I Z E being his firli appearance on that Jlaee Shuter Young DAVIS 5 Sir Murden Caftle j MGeorge j Boxes Gallery The doors will be open at and begin at Places to be taken of Jewell Ladies are defired to fend their fervants by four to keen Vivant Hex A A N ami COALMERCHANTS and atWhite Friars near the SELL SCOTCH and All forts of random and other at the molt reafon PATENT SILJl TTIS Majeltys Letters Patent having been lately I granted for miking and vending an exceeding cloth of fik and which being much and thinner than the belt fu perfine Spaniih Is greatly preferable to any fabric of that fort for and other robes in general gentlemens fummer ladies childrens and all otuer gar where eafe is The proprietor gives this notice to the and thnt a is now opened for the fale by in and where elfe in England with proper allowance to and alfo to merchants who buy it for ex At the lame warehoufe only are to be Circaffian filk and quilted and all other forts of mercery both filk and at the loweft To PRINTER of the NCE the Favourite took the reins of the we have got m W to a blefTed Shortlived ad fluctuating mea and indetermitiing conn ftain the pages of our hiilo Our great men fight in the fields and fcold in the The heft and the bad riot Thefe are the blefled efteds of All contend for the loaves and tlis fifties and a Miniftrv without experi or attempts to bridle the belt of They if they engrcls the ear of their and make cur fenatcrs feel the eft of their but the Father of his people Hands in the and will not ihe patriot to fuffer for his opinion in a houfe where nil votes ought ro begivenas CONSCIENCE While our Minifters fnend their lime in our enemies pot the ruin of our i They call for a renewal of The ofFrance feel fcverely the lofs of Can Ihe latory herd of blind approvers of the fentiments of even fhe greatelt private man on can neither be lafKng nor advantageous to tle kingdom whileit An founded en fuch ch will foon become the fcorn of L O N DO Sunday ha 1 a his jeity from ten o one oclock at the fcKeens j after which his fty to St an Chancellor met Mr Pitt t n foreigners nnd the of tie by and inciinstinn morning he Lore Clnnrelbrj Lord the Uiht and the Aflor wil nevef fuftrir themfelves tcbe governed by Mil rxt the Queens nifters in Is4dingftriigs men who have no will of their but muft be fubject to the guid ance of tlie all powerful We cannot trure fore reasonably that tde ministry now in embryo will laft any longer than its lalt if it keeps its ground fo Every new vacation will give date to a new government over our gering vvh le this madnefs the profits cf places poiTefles the breads of our Letters received Sunday cards were fent ro many perfcns of at the Y7d f more joined in our aiulin fct tulating the on portance being L c the tseenfb jry to town from his in on was at Yefierda Loft us Efq and IV out for On his Fxceitency Prince cle the Spanifh revived in Town and fle of laid to be to the i We hear Comnicd re Srry i to touch at to fettle the affair of Mediterranean with Letters from Idurdestrx inform 11 twenty feyen of their weie returned with from and that the iiiiery been carried on wicii ihe the two The enters or the civil rftnivlifnincnt 1 I 1 1 r7 Reader both A habitantof G To the PRINTER of the A Time was wherein I was a great admirer and frequenter of Theatrical Entertainments but i feeing the trror and inconfiftincy thereof to Gofpet 1 and to that of my bath carted me to think ferioufly on that andean be no j and all the milita were in ath he 1 3th of June onefoldtsr i tic Govt mars anive1 at her in the the Stephen frcm One of llarnfons time pieces is to be fnt French feel for their and that fickle incapable of difcerning their true wim for They trult in their new built and in LaiKrs whole coutage is untried on the They confide in our high and that load of debt England groans Could we geta miniftry which could unite their hopes would evaporate in air while we fculHe about and the fpoils of the the f anguine expectations of our French rivals rife to the They imagine that the unluckjmo ment is arrived when they may board our Their King aflents to the ciefires of and provides himfelf with officers trained in the art of Ha corrupts and divides his neighbours and the black clouds of contention overfpread the conti A foreign war threatens foreign to the imerefts of our occupy the minds of the The Great Commoner he can make war for in the Dolphin in o i further out the hear th t were no it c off fr on ccoant c hid in a large quantity the above j fhe PMPle f but he cannot govern them the cuilunierito tliis wharf may not only dej in lies pend upon being fcrved at the fcarceit but r Germui Prtiiiian cam 7 J TT rlr xi longer plsafed or plead for in anfiver to of in his vindication of Stage in opposition to the riinsnllrancts of the Briftol Quakers to their for the prohibition of fuch if is one cf a ferious turn of as I Delude by his wriring he and a pruiJuir of Jhriitiaii and takes the New Teiiimcnt H Kr the rule of or a to die1 jj I chuff and not to ihi apt rfki j and untiiinking gay who be pleaders for jj Ic uoon tric arid or may a vain jii li i p piodujr the copies cf h is a member of the Chnitian Epiicopal or if he ill him felf tinic for a ferious he muil know that fuch atnuicments or tliverfioiis arereugnant confiiiant his Cliritlian principles and profef except he he a that can have a for every If he is a member of the Church of and T to oiakc a eleven wood pend withoot an advanced and may be afiured of their orders being executed with the greaterc care and C3 Clean beech fpokes and wholcfale and f4f Faggots at a reduced price j fore polk ULai t On Wedjiefuay laft the Woil p j Drapers held their anun1 j at called Qu j founded by j which the Compny taiiimea at the fauf college lait arrived ut furviy of all thef rts in T dorickj Knight of the entered into communion with them by let i O me put a few queries to What did his fprnj j he wa falutxd with An huiieft Jober lioufekeeper and cookmaid is wanttd at the above Dt the lauds and baronies of Raining and lying in tne parifnes and and Shire of in with the right cf patren age of the pariflies of Galtioun and This eftatc confits of about feven acres of very fine arable meadow and palture moltly j lying betwixt the waters of Irvine and an8 all conveniently fituated lime and of which there is great plenty in every corner of the There are befides about one thou iandfive hundred acres of Galftjun in which there is plenty of peat or There is a modern built lipon the eftate of and another at and upon the lands there thoufands very valuable trees of diffeient both natural and befjdes three large natural one of ihem jult fit for The fuperiorines oi ieveral other lands lying con tjgQotis to the faid are au to be Further particulars relative the may be got from Thomas writer io the Tt 1 T 1 He himfelf nectffary to the and dreadful to Ins fellow Taxes cannot be levied without and without new taxes we cannot braudifh the fword of The Great Commoner almoii feems to hold the purfe of the If he takes the our money mud once more revifit and every fubjccl of Hanover will bee me a Britiih His Highland guardi will once more be called and Englifh money muft fee kis intrepid whether England enjoys or renews the hepelf mult be given to her and the Englifh muft pay alike their friends and their When will this ruinous fyftem end And from whence fliall we relief The laft year redoubled our and the im ciianges of prefent us with no good When a taxraifer is the people muft prepare themfelves for being The fiierifT js never til execution demands his The taxing officer is required to at and his prefence aiTures us ef the necefliry of railing And from whence are they to come From She is the as well the ftoiehoufe of She feeds them and reftores the price to their Princes in A Qjixote fame is the only reuun we and is it not poiitively If ye live after tle flcfh i ye mail I crew oi bjr Are not plays and asncnv tlvy are alfo to the a means of Treating lu ring up irregular paflions imd which ought li to be kept undtr and mortified Can atid J i i invokeing of heathen orwhich both Comeij dy and Tragedy are be a Gofliel and renouncing his j works The Sacred Record faith them that whether eat or iii C I ihe t ir ith ijia s r if M fl s e is d H r fi v i or i us ii is ji two lire I O tt i on t rvlijeli and tro iurct the fl ill J i i we all fliculd be done to the glorv c Can J ci an biautv to that elruiC God be glorified hy our i Signet in in whos hands the can expscl iiom perfons who have nothinoelfe to wn vx4n 1 I and plans of the purticuinr farms aie co be And tbelands will be ihown uy Bruce Ca Efqj the factor Ujon the with whom a general plan of the whole property By the I N G s P A f L N j WOMENS SILK GLOVES and after the manner of the French which have been prohibited fmce of give and the mortification of feeing ourfelves de pfed by is all the reward fuch piepolterous docl Some of your cnrrefpondents tell us that the Canada and the ranfom ot the Ma will now be Thefe are golden hopes in but no fuch good fortune is re ferved for Eng We mult pay ranfom we this opscrtunity of the public in and the ladies in TV ith great labour he hath attained the srt of m womtns filk gloves exactly after the manner of the French j in a months lime hopes to have a quantity ready for whicft hj flatters himfeif will be eiteemed jfwperior to the fo and will come at fo low a that no benefit can a rife to perfbri from running foreign ma goods of tins iut th therefore earueitly hopes for the countenance and on of his country in this which he doubts notwill give ge neral 1atisfaftion at the fame time that it will em ploy a confiderable number of his Majeltys deitkute ot When ririt parcel is fi notice will be given in this paper and in fhe mean ianiple may be fsen at Uie Patentes fliopin Tertchiuxliftrectj where orders alfo will be and difpatched as ibun as Proper Allowance will be made for merchants and that export them and to ail thoie who fell then either in town or Tbere is granted for wo mens fiik gloves J made locking Lframe but thefe the manner of the je quite a different from Will the Great Commoner deli ver us from connexions lie advifed We cannot ex pect Can we reasonably fuppofe Jut the Greit Commoner in time of undert ke adminifrration of a kingdom he hath de he cannot govern in peaceable tinus f The thought is and even inconiiftcnt with the firft reports of common I rhink I can therefore that we frail have no miniftr headed by the Great Commoner in an official de partment And what man of fnirit will undertake the arduous taflc of while lie is liable to be and even by a not in n public employment Wlu will depend on the breath of a private man for the enjoyment of anofScs which ought to be held during the pkafurscf their Sovereign only Whoever will accept a ruling office on muil be pollef fsd of fo mean a that no good can be Imped for from his He cannot icrve the public to pur pofc who will depend on a meaner foundation than that cf his own and the equitable favour of his Pi A uiiiiiltry collected from the adu or adhering to the gettures of adlors and aclrvfies Iii into tiie world for a more Diffenters fay in their to gt enjoy him for Perhaps it may he that the Met oi an amcridmeiU can any better rule to and than thofe Ttftanient Or arc they draAthti their acliMis from the man terns oi old Greece Rome if ana 01 me the rifv Gud and 1 I cotij j the j or jj cufl I of Semi preatly out of and jvur i be Ky of ihe e hsr the blue Yyn for pve dn ui re to be cm in a diirVr nt troa tie t be as at t it is to pa e aie that iru define1 to top and i crrac i o i i a low of the Chiftun ut PS t uil gvs a in Mill ntv Mirrv Hnc of the I ni tlrjt w fure or h lieht in ft e hue no pjesji nnment if of H kt j the we may follow the vain imaginations of ij I our own or any j not a means of what and cor Ars tioe minds inoraJs or cur roiti which are wetkencd and enervated r fuch valuable membeis of Jbcicty as tfie careful and induftrions Itmay be faith with wham I that tlu jnind cf man wants a or an and cannot be always intent on one good or laudable but there are and relaxations which ars innocent in which may tend to others good or fervice j to vivdk or ride with fi to read anticntor modern hiltory to or relate palt or tranfaaions to ftudy the or natural or any othsr j pleafmor ufeful wherein a confcienci is kept of offnee hoth towards Gcd and man I cannothe n being plenfed or by adhering a fludied complex of idle and lying when a Chrifuan life calls for nwd a godly 1 am and every mans friend and well withfr in the belt t I would recommend to or any advojt care for ftage to read little treali life on that wrote by the late worthy and J William jj YOU may now acquaint the that Towiifhend has at laft by the interceflion of a j noble who would not be in frke withoi ine tn the New River on on account of nw lieing everal hundred weigh of fine d aad orhtr were taken by at the arch the bottom of th which were foid to of the fun for a conSderable fum cf Verylatjly a private was made to fe vera principal inhabitants of cue of and r i i oy difnoationand mo a the cf of 1 ancl PaY it rlic te of per annum for 9 per annum for coin aiman prefent there j fupport ot their of the matpractices c luitted in 11 to the food andrai old and of which prefent th are above On the Hrit Loinmitteeday f r iuch was no lefs and fo G ntiemen of all ifi the pan privately unknown to ter and officers of the a fur t e ltrictlt enquiry ami examination of che foind true on which the was in new regulations made oovi of the oid aijd an example that imi tated in every A few days ago Sarah reconruiended bv church wardin or rip H was rciiord to fight by in from in Scoland J4th as a and hii years in the parih of tr cows tn a i of li and hi i the was tint on out trt t 3 c irnd hoir til CM cf been prevailed on to accept of the Chanccll the I mould have lent you this which would have prevented your paragraph i of his inierted y of the rontns in oy
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