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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 2, 1766, London, Middlesex HA Y MA R K B By his PA TtUp THEATRE ROY At in the on IVfonday will be imed a calLed The O R A T OR The principal partsby F O jter F O O T S H U T E MrVF O O TE will perform his ufual WitH ENTERTAINMENTS of By ARNAUD and Mifs To which will be added MAYOR of Major Wr Jacob Murden 5 Crifpin Shuter Palmer MlGexwge Qnrck Jerry Weftem Burden Pit The doors will be open at fix j begin at even Ladies are defirec1 to fend their ferrants to keep places at places for the boxes to be taken of at the Vivant Rex fcay be entered on ESTATE fifty pounds a in a de l noteigfct T iffrsa Worth where ftage coaches arid other caWiages pafs hourly wateris aK ways and in this wet feafon both the road aria garden walks are It confifts of two copveriieni ixlensj andttnlimited common particulars enquire of Richard in aear X E ill T S J L K CLOT Majefiyis Letters Patent having been lately granted for and vending an exceeding cloth compofed of filk and which being and thinner than the beft fu ic is greatly preferable to any abpcof that fort for and other in general gentlernens iethabitsy anctaU other gar flotce to the and warehoufe is now opened for the fale by in and us where elfe in England with proper and alfo to merchants who buy it for ex At the fame wareli6ufe only are to Circaffian and other lofted and all other of mercery filk and attMe This day is THE WAY to THINGS by and to WORDS by THINGS bring an attempt at the retrieval of the ancient or primitive lan gurfge To which are A luccincl or Language of the j an on the Origin of the Mufical WAs at and another on the Real Secret of the Free Printed for and overagainft Of whom may be Elftobs Saxon being the only one pub limed in the Englifli with an apology for itudyiag theNrthera will be Enquiry into the Coiiduft of a Late Right Honourable COMMONER particularly in regard la tome late his new connec And employment With an authentic account of a lae Fortune cum adblanditur cetptiTjitin PLAIN dear needs no flowrs of The public are defired not to rniftake this Trait For another lately advertifsd under a title fomewhat Printed for oppofite Burlington houfe in Of whom may be The New Edition of the NEW BATH The HISTORY of the LATE VAUXH ALLGARDEN Tbit day it Stf MMER being a collection of favourite performed at Vauxhall the Love and lung by Mils The price This work is executed in amore concife manner any beingfo that atrcnlble icore of all the initrumental parts is rind every thing material is contained in fhree at kfs than half the expence to the All commiflions to any part of or bepunctually dircTTarged if poft paid ahd the price of the book or books left with Mils at the China in the Covent where by the authors appointment books will be as likewife at VauXhall and the mufic B O O K S J3y oppofite in the BookfeHer to his Novutn ad niedii feu Jupplerncntum ad auctiorem Glof farii Cangiani i 4 Paris HHtoire de U Kojalff des etA blie avsc les Memiires ihematique tiies desRegiftres tie cette Lyea de par Paris fur la Retraite des rlixmilie de par a Pajis HiitoffC de Louis de Prince de i rf r i Q par De Haye Ancienn Loix des couferveS dans les cou Angloiies par par 2 ftoRouin iTheocriti cura Leip 1766 WtafversHattt Juty THE diftrefs of ttti fik manufacturers at prefent and many families out of employ i d by the remarkable quan tities of Italian French India plain and and printed worn in this king the from principles of humanity and themfelves under a neceffityoaC put ting the laws vigoroufly in execution and as they would be much concerned to offend any who from ignorance of the and unacquainted with the dilirefles of the may incur confideraole pe they hereby that proper perfons are employed to give and that the trail of the feveral as under THAT after the i4th of June no rejgn wrought filks or velvets mall imported or brought into Great or the iflands of or upon pain of being feized and forfeited and the further penalty of for each piece or remnant fo to be paid by the with cofts of That no mantua or other perfon or perfons hall or or or other wife of any foreign wrought filk or which fliall not have been imported before the i4th 0f or or make up the or any wearing or upon pain that all fuch foreign wrought filk or velvet gar or or other work made fo fold or expofed to bar ordifpofed or or made upon any or or other work and the or other or Upon which the fame fhall be fo or made hall be feized and forfeited and all perfons who hall or expofe to or difpofe or know ingly or make or caufe or procure to be or made or upon any or or other any fuch foreign wrought filk or velvet not imported before the 14thof Juoe for dvery fitch with cofts of That all foreign wrought filk or or other work made the i4th of June hall be imported into this or into or whe ner the fame hall be mixed fewed or made up with any or other wife j anTthe or or other ma or ujnon which thefame hall be mix or made may be and after con demnation hall befoi feitec j and the haber milliner t ay other dealer or maker of any of the faid cuf or the farnfihalibe for every piftce or remnant pf fuch foreign wrought filkbr or other work made found as for feit with cofts of One mwety of all penalties and forfeitures to be to the ufe of the Kings the other moiety tothe perfon or perfons who hall fue for the The proof where the goods were manufactured to lye upon or or fued or and not upon the plaintiff or profe They alfo think necefiary to publiih the abftraft of the following by n and ja William for the more effectual employing the by encour aging the manufactures of this kingdom After the z9th of September no of the manufacture of or callicoes or trained fhall be Wofn 6r Otfterwiie ufedin or the town of Berwick upon unlers up and ufed in apparel or furniture before the agth of Septsmber by Stat Gearge is extended to furniture made up before the 251 of December And all fuch whether or made up for with any other mate which lull be found in any ware or other place whatfcever other than luch warehoufes as hall be approved by theCommiflioners of his Majeftys Cuitoms hall be and lia ble to befearhed for and And over and above the lofs of the per in whofe knowing the be or feized or that mail or difpofs to any perfon wh other than for exportation and the fame he exported ac cordingly hall forfeit ithird the faid pe and of what hall arife by the ale of the goods which after condemnation to be fold for ex portation to be to the ufe of the Kings Majelty the other to fuch or who hall and proiecute for the And if any perfon mall import any of the faid goods into any other than the port of or into the port of and not make due en tries halA befides the forfeiture of the faid forfeit the of And that to preferve and en courage the woollen and filk manufactures of this and for more efteittbriy employing the by prohibiting the ufe and wear of all or dyed in houf hold furniture or none hall ufe or wear in in any garment or apparel and or dyed under the penalty of to the informer tor every offence fuch information ro be made within fix days before a Juftice of the The Mafter and Wardens of the faid Com pany give that if any perfon or perfons will gjve or leave information with Clerk ts the faid at thar Hall in Bafinghall of any offence againft the faid or of and the name of the informer to be con if defired fq as the offenders may be con victed hall be paid TWENTY POUNDS by the faid on HILLS by his appoint fold at Richard book at the in Paternofterrow at John near the lower end of Jamess and no where elfe in BALSAM of for and ESSENCE of W A for the fcurvy and of for the gout and TINCTURE of to give an TJNCTURE of to lengthen TINCTURE of for nervous conti nued fuccefs thefe medicines renders all praife Tor norEASY VILLfee the PRINTER df the GAZETTEER HAVE bewn that4he perfons ap pOihtrd to enquire into the juf tice of the demands count of tne war n were liable to which i them utterly i for a commirMon let us now fee whether their conduft in the execution of it In juf The firif aft of authority was to idue n pe remptory order that all perlbns who had any de mands on the account abnvementioned iliouid bring them in before a certain after which no more would te received f The neceffity of having allthe demands brought in foon as and if is It would not only expedite the conclufion of an af which all the parties concrned ought to wifh but it would alfo give an opportunity of comparing the frveral demands with and prevent the devifmg of as the former wvre ad But ivas the in of dience this equally neceffary or in any fenfe without making proper allowance for the caufes of that The claimants were moftly natives cf different and diftant and many qf them indigent and ignorant not likely to receive notice pf fuch an order time enough to obey nor to be able toobey it even when i fhould come to their knowledge fliould there not therefore have been allowance made for fuch circumftances Was not a general without fuch an aft of the mod arbitrary injuftice It muft not be that timely notice of this was given in the foreign news and ihat no thing more was mrant by fuch a threat than to ha ften the claimants in bringing in their It is well known that the fubjefts of other coun tries have neither time nor opportunity to read news as we have fuch a notice therefore cannot have the fame weight that it would with us and had the excUrfion been no more than a mere it never fiould have bien mentioned But fhe contrary was The threat was really put in and demands were rejected for not being brought within the limited as hall be hewn in the proger Equally arbitrary was the manner in which the demands that carne before them were In all complicated and efpecially in thofe madeout fey perfons in different and where different cuftoms there muft inevi tably occur impoffiMe for the moft accu rate accomptant to without a particu lar explanation or omitted either from or to avoid prolixity for which difficulties it would be moft unjiift to difallow even the particular articles entangled without requiring fuch an much more the whole In the accounts delivered in upon this neceflarily were many of this and many moreappeared to the comrniffioners to he in th m from their or inability to them properly above requiring explanation from the they proceeded to pafs their judg ment as confidently as if they wanted and re wit fcruple cf confcience cr eve ry thing that they could not or would not under as hall be by many in the proper Severe as fuch treatment it was not th only feverity with which the claimants were treated on this Inftcad of that expedition which their obedience to the order for bringing in their accounts jullly entitled them they kept sway from their own home and atexpences which many of them could by no means Thry were kept iu the propounded ignorance of what was doing about and tortured by fufpence and anxious perhaps at the end of they were informed in general and vvith all thein folence of that their demands were rejected I fay in general as the realbns of rejec tion were not vouchfafcd to be given without their paying for the copy of the fentence by which they many of utterly Was not this judging people unheaid not condemn ing without giving an opportunity of defence Was it confident with the univerfa and ineftimable laws of or with the particular laws of this coun try How invariably adhered how confident with each and how juft in themfelves the reafons upon which thefe rejections were generally fhall be hewn in the proper But all this was not lofs was too light without difgrace without Be fore the accounts thus fejtdted were they were to mark them as confe to ftigmatize the claimants for Nor were thefe claimants merely private indivi duahy who might be inftigated by indigence to at tempt injuftice there were among tlie regen cies of refpeElable and princes equally fqr their power and theirvirtues attached to our coun try by intereft and and fharing in the of our Sovereign4 all of whom were fruifRed with the meaneft on this and branded with the fame mark of I muft not make any remarks on fuch a fubjecl jufl indignation will fugged too many to every reader who has himfelf a lenfe of generofity and juftice Heaven that the indigna tion of the injured may nevejprcciuce effects ditad vantageous to The reafons for fo extraordinary a conduct have been hinted at in the courfe of thefe The expence of the war in Germany had been exorbi fomfeof employed fiacf 1 arid pofetfedly t prevent in rsali tyv only added to prevent too romp te an en quiry into thefe it was t thatthh expence had arje the To pievent a repetition cf thefe impositions in certain farther demands of fons who made tie werWJ appointed to enquiremto the jytliee df their That fiich perforia fliould confirm ihehr oWn charge was but not cmly a culpate butafo give them tnT merit doing fo a ervice to their Juan probably prc cure them a r was protetdtpgin this mcft extraordinary penTably neceiTary fo in brdit td ceive the and do juftice Hid it not been for this reafon my prffiag CVCT other muft prove that I fljould hot have taken fo difigreeable a In my next Ittter I flial hew the cf feveral demands made on this cccafiou and tlea proceed dir illy to prove vvhar I have br the ijiccntrdvertible of Letters recsivd grieved AtVnJtint Difconfolate Man of fome little Underft In Me Sound L O N D Yefterday arrjved a mail from by whi h we kave the fclSowing advices Exirpfi ef a Letter from Tfcfe damage which this capital has fuftaJiifd br the greatly exceeds wbat J he Ssrglio cf the is vtry much haltered the walls of fevenrtflf in terior apartments are and thefcircfeDvs atitl cf fices are alrnoft entirely The ma4e iri the are not Many towns and villages on the of tfie Giilph pf are town ofimid in has greatly i ExiraS if a leitsrfrom in Doupbity July On the 8th of this about three in the two fliocks of an earthquake were felt at in the Ths firlt liock was flight the fecandViolent hook the and wisaccompanied a noile as if the whole town had been overthrown no da which is attributed to the equality of the whofe direction was from North to Thefe which were neither preceded ncr followed hy any were feSt likewiie at Mjnt rive Jjaguvis from Extra fltf a letter from Mtz in The great rains the that river has oveYfl vf ed its in man and done great damage to all the be tween this cify and On laft the vviiich roines fioin Nancy to over the cnufeway ot PontnTji whicn is entirely under water thehorfes g to tor the overturned the and ihs two coachmen as as the fjx impoflible to give tliem any afliftance hut a young lady who was in the coach was moil miraouloufly ta ken up aiive hy a which did n t arriva till a long time after happened Letters Paris an account of great damaees hy thunder lightening in diocefe of At the village of C oify en a vvoinan was killed as was pinning at htr door and many of the light ening are mentioned in thefe The eruptions i of Mount Vefuvius had not yet when the laft letters left It is that the late Great Commoner has de that as the whole of his conduit had been fr the fervice of his he coulil not clore the fcene of his actons with more than nc cepting of a which he hoped would ha the means of quieting th people for if hs had conti nued ia the Houe of they wniid been in continual of ids iarving which now they never will think The John one of the Lords of the i is will refign j and hat ST George will be appointed in his It is the Earl ofhas got for hi a reverfion of the at prefeit polltflcil hy 1 the Duke of Yefterday a great number of duliuc and many gentlemen eminent in the waited the Lord at liis h usrin Lin to congratulate hisLorddiip on his late high Ysfterday there was a gcand levee at Lord Sliel to COBI pliment his Lordfhip on being appointed one of is Majeftys Secretaries of State amongft whom vvas the Lord the of a ad many of the Lalt Wednefday night there was a grand enter and ome fine fireworks played off at in honour of Pitts having a Peer age alfo a large quantity of beer was given to the It is faid three attempts have beeu made to obtain an addrefs from this onoctafion oiiome ate but without On Wednefday laft her Royal Higbnefs the Prin cefs Dowager of the Princefs of and the relt of the went to view feat of the Right the Earl of wkere tiiey continued a confiderrbSe extremely wdl pleafed with the elegance rhe and the judicious choice of his Lori hips collection of and other CUT being the birthdy of his Grace Duke of who entered iate the leventy fourth yetir of iiis a number of noblenien and his particuar dned with Grace at Clermont on the at fix theEarl o fct out from his houie in tOrtiij fur hij in ford
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