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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 1, 1766, London, Middlesex 1766 H A Y MT A R K E By his MAJESTYS AT the THEATRE ROYAL in HAY THIS D Ay will be performed a called The principal parts by F DOT With BMTBRTAIWMBNTS of To which will be added MAYOR of Major FOOT ffcr Jacob Murden 5 Crifpirt SliuterV Palmer MHSeorgei Quick Jerry Weftott Burden Boxes Gallery The doott wiH be open at fix and begin at feven Ladies are defired to fend their fervantt to 4teep fflacei at Wacet for the boxes to be taken of at Vivant Hex Regina Mr i S time in THU or Witt be SOLD by J remainder of whereof fifty five are ot DEVONSHIRE beiag a capital fituate in Devon now in the occupation of SAMUEL who going to remove to the iwufe in Snkalfields the faid haafe having lately been ftwtially nmr fronted and and contains on the ground floor an elegant large hall and two three and four clofets compleatly ings 13 feet high a very convenient fide with water laid into and a ftone fculUry with pump and large two clofets and two large and a god houfekeepers with three pretTes the whole very ufefully fitted with good light and three vaults underneath an excellent ttone a large for and a force pump to con Vey water up two pair of ftirs alfo two pair com juodiows light back to the firft and fe and garrets which contain on the firft floor five large rooms and a with feet highland a compleat water with a eiftern and fink in an adjacent and two other cloiets with lockers and fhelves j a gallery leading and with two la ge light clofets fftfhed and wainfcotted two fervants four large ieven other with cloaths lockers and prefles on the upper floor Sre four large and fine laundry and two rinks to convey away Hear the front great door jn the Square is a handfome iron raifed entrance into a laiage wine irault oo feet M feet and feet left itonly a though worth more and rtftt of the whole is a The Tlrfvf ftej by part paved and 1 frith acolbaade icreen to wi and ac of feet by si wK adjacent a very large RESERVOIR for with a drinking eiftem for a Ipfty ftable with fix a corn corn and coachmans room another area parted off with iron and planted with 48 feet by and inclofed by a brick wall 18 feet and two rows of inank fclhed a ftone doer raited pannel and dial in the on the lelt fide thereof is a large light neceflary neatiy and two large dry warehoufes feet withcraae and which Sir RANDOLPH KNIPE ufed for hemp aniS pot and has a back door into Gravellane likewife a large front gallery pew m the with another behind it for the by a faculty from the At which time will be fold feveral marble ftatues and with A capital original brpnzeof Gio AN NI of aTritonftridingthree procured by the late Baron DE of Florence and fome capital among them the Battles of Le Bums largelt a laWnus work of two able Italian und fit for a large being ii feet by 5 wiinin MC frame the Triumphal Entry into are 74feet by ej and put into J rvcd wood Taber painted I gUffes und Jian whereof particulars wil he rnnely given in the public Tais ttaj prut Embellimed with an accurate from actual furveys and an representation of an nltonifhing the grarslt curiohty of the kind ever known in ana ow trowing in Buckinghamfliire MAGAZINEof KNOWLEDGE Among the numerous articles of contents this are the The confiding of many ingenious queftions and On the prefent method of Satirical exhibition of Mathematical qaeitions and Jnterefting cuettions on the neportment of of Dry den and Congreve Chinee method of fupplying the in land counties with On the firsvailing fenti ments with refpeftto Defcription of a won derful beech Unfair distribution of the church An humorous character and hiltory of by his friend Natural and prefent ftate of The mifchiefs of bad connection to young women Life of the late John A ftiiking piece of by Humo rous by Novelty An eilay on female firiendfliip and the choice of An anec dote of Mademoifelle Obfejvations on a dangerous miftake in Manner of pre in Cheap method of mak ing Account qf a fcmak lately dif Uomeftic Lift of OCRS Printed for at the in Pater nofterrow and fold by Thomas at Dubiinj and by all the bookfellers and newscar inGretf Britain and Of whohi may ie the numbers from the commencement of the JWy AT the meeting this for the relief of the fuf ferei8 by the fire in Bridge the minutes of theJormer meeting on the of were read and approved the agent for the who had been appointed then laid before the gextlemen prefent an account of the fubfcriptions and other The lift of the to were Jmme diately added fubfcriptions to the amount of The donations to the morning of the were to befides paid on the feme The whole making up the fum of It was then That all the gentlemen prefent be a committee to tranf aft in England the affairs of the charity that and be added to together with every contributor of aol or upwards that any five of the faid committee be afuftident number to do That the remittance to Barbadoes of all the mo ney that may be be made in bullion with fuf ficient That the following gentlemen in or any foTtt of them be a committee for the recei pt and distribution of of the fame in that Gedney Efq Sampfon Efq Ti mothy Efqj John James Butler James Efqj and Irenaeus Efq That the committee in be inftruft that two great objects of this charity the in ducing the unfortunate inhabitants to remain in the aioi the afiiiting them in rebuilding their houfes upon a fafer That the committee in England do meet at at twelve oclock next Wednefday fen being the i3th of and of on every other Wednefday at place and fubjecl to any particular adjournment at their That the committee in do next hip or hips for remit to the com mittee m that ifland of the fum as a temporary relief ot the bene volence of the public can fully extendeu to their fevere A Lift of Inbfcribers for tty Relief of the on the af Mtyt in Br John BraUhwaite L Philip grVen in Bar b the Richard Safter Walker William George Walker Maxwell Adams George Hannas Daniel Afcore William late of Barbadoes William Dottm John French Michael Mac Bond and Ryland Jacot Blackman The Pilgrim Richard Gofling Nathaniel Pake Somers Oarke James William Blenman Richard and Benjamin Smith Sir John Baronet Robert officer Rowland Frederick Ruflel J unes Edward Colletoh Thomas Erie Drax J Jofeph Pjckering David Barclay and Sons Donations bejide the Sober Hebevdine Alexander Wood Thurfton B1 Efq William Daniel Efq Lxicelles and John Elq Charles ucas Walter The baiters C0npiny Samuel Efq The Honourable Lord Romriey A ady unk own Joleph Paiee John Jones James Bradftiaw Efq Sir William Baker John Efq Francis Efq and their draft on John at payable to the der of George Efq for at 35 per to r Edwin Efq ioo 50 100 IOO IOO IOO IOO IOO IOO SO 100 50 30 50 50 JOO 150 IOO IOO 50 IOO 100 IOO E o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o 0 O o o o o o o o o o o e o o o o a o o o o o o o o Q O o b o a o o 2380 o o S 10 o 10 21 IOO 200 S i 21 2 zo 21 10 20 5 5 IOO S 10 o 5 3 s o o o o o c o 5 o o o Q x i o o 2 O o i o o o to o o o 5 o 25 o o too o e 3 The fubfcribers will pleafe to that two mips are expected to fail for Barbadoes by the 14th or 15th of Auguft and that the mouey fub as well as thofe liberal donations which are humbly expefted from the public en this melancholy will be received at the following bankers Bhckwell and Pallmall Cliild and Templebar Sjr Joleph and Sir Charles Agrll and Sir RicharaGlyn and Browns and Collinfoa Fuller and Lee TObe and may bt entered on An ESTATE of fifty pounds a in a de lightful fituation and good neighbour noteight miles from on the North where ftage coaches and other carriages pafs hourly water is al ways and in this wet feafon both the road and garden walks are It confifts of two convenient with audunliniited common For particulars enquire of RicharcV in near Price one neatly in To be continued regularly every two of a new MISCELLANEA Confifting of original effayS and dictations on the moft curious andintereftingfuhjeclrs ral and mixed and By a SOCIETT 6f Printed for the and Richardfon and Under the Royal and by all the bokillers and newscarriers in Great Britain and As the plan of this publication is of too eXterifive a nature to be iriferted the authors beg leave to tht public to their firft with which a plan will be and from which they will be belt able to judge of in which the work will be executed they hall therefore only that no or wiU be pared to render this undertaking the moft extenfively ufeful and en ter taiping Of the kind that has hitherto E w Ibis day price Embellifhed with an elegant head of Lord aaexcellent hyllorical and a new long fetto mufic tor different instruments NUMBER of THE COURT MISCELLANY GENTLE MAN and LADYS NEW for among a great variety of original and interefting pieces in profe and Memoirs of with an elegant Aneflay on the pleafures of reflection in Revolutions in the life of a An extract from the memoirs of the French Con chjfion of the extraordinary life and character of Philip Duke of An eaftern tale upon Two original letters from fe unfortunate Count A brief defcription England and its An account of the cape and preservation of King Ch rks iL as writ n by A letter fromKing to hi teitifying his diflike totheRoman Catholic Extraas from Swifts Poilumous jfJiftwy of Henry Duke of On the fugpof ed exiitence of tranflated from a meinoir lately read before the academy at Curious obiervations made in a voyage to the An efiayon the difference betwen great parts and good Hiltory of Hillario and with an elegant Indigence a bar to an Printed for Richardfon and under thej Exchangs where letteis for tlie authors are and where any of the former numbers may be And fold by all the bcokfellers and ACWS carr iers in Great Britain and Fir To the PRINTER of the HEN I firft troubled you my and claim to the appellation of it was from a full con viction of the many mifdiiefs arifing to the public from that fpecies ef oratory adopted in the prefent that method of haranguing the people by means of letters in a news paper for as the moft innocent things may be son verted to bad like the proilituttd de magogues of hereby every and every felfifli has been able to procure fome venal to reprefent their actions in fnch fpjcious colours as has Often recommended the moft unjuftifiable and raoft ruinous expedients to the approbation of their Such a prac tice is the more becauffe thofe actuated by iniiter motives and diflioneft are ever more induftrious to whitewafh their own and mifreprefsnt that of virtuous than thelat ter are either to juftify or to paint the tranlactions of in their true There is a certain fpirjt and laudable pride refident in the breafts of thofe intend which makes them difdain to he obliged to hie tor the approba tion of the public by a minute explication of their when they aie in themlelves confcicus of their own upright views and in if end of the humiliation of an they efteem rhemfelues rather intided to the voluntary applaufe of their countrymen without being of its own naturally to follow worthy ac tions as a fiiadow doss the Hence it hap pens that the clamorous effufio s of rhe and will ever be more plep more too effica cious than the milder j unifications of reafon and in The minds of fo diftrac and bore down by the continual din df the that they fcarcely the gentle whifpers of admo nitioh from the the world becomes thus indolent and unjuft in its when thofe who deferve its thanks are forced to plead even for its good as if they pleaded for mercy at the bar of virtuous men will then fly from all public fcenes of bufinefs with and with a wellgrounded contempt of a Public that has nut fenfe enough to either in or between its real and pretended between pubHc and private or even reafon and Thofe then who would uift to lee the ftate governed by able muft firft dif courage this rage for party and weigh the propriety of public meafures more accu rately before they judge too Influenced by thefe in the Iste communications of my 1 have as often firmly juftifiedas freely cenfured the conduct of the fame according as they appeared tome in the eye of reafon to act confidently with or otherwise a like conduct I ihal purfue with any future by being peiftcriy among all the civil and religious parties of 1 with thefe my endeavoarsmay by others of the fame unbiafled if they were but as ready as they are able tofet pen to and communicate thuj to the public thofe reafwis ior the propriety public concerning in their feveral flationsrthey muft have opportunity to be wel hereby fome itop be put to that torrent of mifreprefentation which has of late overfpread the kingdom And wiJaut fuch meafure as this of damping faife information calumny by anexhibition of the it fcarce pofTible for the moft virtuous to ihiud well for shy length cf time in the opinion cf the ra AU ranks of men are now turned politicians ifthey have not proper fo d for their faculties fet before them in due they of lay hold of what is Let then a party of Neuters be the only party that one would wifli to fee remaining 5 and by their may contribute to put an end a all other by and defending all ufeful public aswell AS by againft hurtful by dint of and not mil I am pleaud to fee that one hi your of hss already jciued the by adopting the fignature as a teft of his principles from that fmall fpecirnen I forin a favourable omen concerning the remainder May others follow his and end afiiitance to the inun dation of political flander and in this was there a time in which fuch a neutral union fo opportune F r while fume among the higher rank are exerting themfelves to put an end to all public by eftablifliing a conftitutionU miniftry on a broadbottonid it becomes more par ticularly the duty of others to affift fuchgtnercus and the duty of the public in general net to difappoint thofe intentions by an illtimed petulance in finding fault left we verify the opinion of that we are fo fond of a ftate of as to be abc to bear with li berty nor with a wife miniflryor a weak How us we may live to reproach we fuffer thele patriots to grow fick of their undertaking through their ob lervation of backwardness of the generality to judge of them and fupport them with That which pur and which we ourfelves have fo often wHhed to feems now to be let us fee it and let us not give the authors of it retire from public bufinefs with that but juft re flection of the poet 5 Edward and now the baaft df And a more facred name AOer a life of genrous toils The Gaul and Liberty mighty cities Our laws and thoworld rsformd Closed their long glories with a to hnd Th1 unwilling giatitude ot bale mankind I All human to its lateft Finds envy never conquerd but by have already had a happy eaineft given us of the intended patriotifm of future by find ing that the Great are not now merely quarrelling for places and pehfions for we that the roWe who has been lo and ibilrenucus in tlrt will fupport the future adminiftration without defiring any poft whatever A noble exarr worthy of every commendation We find to that an able if repor fays will linquiftt the moft lucrative port of and at fame moft indolent in order to if hh country in one of much lefs and a m more bufy wherein his abilities are wan Whit though party nulice has branded him the title of iPeatlereach we no that know man loved his country during the lare fqnaH remain long attachedto one fide without forf ing his own judgment and I alwsy fpected that what the world idly judged to be the feft of proceeded rnther from fpirit a Be ft thathewasf only man who flood firmly in defence of P after his when the mouths of all the IP generous were open againft The man who thus grateful where he and does nat deftr his friends in in bt firm tc men and but not to parties and faction He muft now expect to upon a ftill mor troubled to become the butt of an the Gamecock of contentious part who will all pelt him in their Th other minilters venture upon an equally hazardcu and therefore it is doubly the duty of a good fubjects to defend them both againft the flai derous ftabs of ariitocratic and the mac nefs of the while they teach to fave a finking All few aid and few The extenfive fale cf your paper throughout a parts of the kingdom renders it the molt proper of what fo nearly concerns all ranks cf men it ha in fome a slaim to the fruits of at all been open tc the friends it and has often refolutely faced the enemy upon the in the day of amidit repeated ttwors ot if any correfpondent lhall infiduoufiy the name of this neutral without the corrtfpon dent I not fail tomaik him and advertife him publicly for an A NEUTER To the PRINTER of the T3 A E T T E E xT WE have all along been led to believe that the Earl of was no and had no head fur His incapacity hath been echoed rcom to and blundering ahiiofl SfJanus of infa inous memory was dinning our ears with exclamations againft his capacity nnd even the friends of the Thane too frequently joined in the and depicted him as a amiable man in private and who axled in the ftaHcn of a minifter as well as he was enable r o that if any er rois appeared in his they
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