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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 4, 1766, London, Middlesex The Gazetteer attd M O N I A AUGUST H A Y M A R E By COMPANY AT the THEATRE ROYAL the HAY will be performed a called The O RAT O The principal parts by O O T CAS 8 H U T FOCHTEwill perform Jus With liHtatTAINMBNTS By and Mifs To which will be added The of Major Sir Jacob Murden Crifpin Shuter Palmer MGeorge Quick Jerry f Burden Pit The will be open atfixrand begin atfeven are dttured to fend their fenrantt to bones to be taken of at the Vivant By P R M T I O For ONE Monday POTTINGER wffl I deliver The LECTURE OB at the Fountain To which will be added variety of as appears by the following Bill of u by Pottan The Early by a Lecture on Aft by s Mock Cries of by Aft Water parted froru the by Signora Dutch Stoiy by Frank by a Aft by by Signora Epi by Admittance Tickets may be had at the bar of the M A k Y B O N fc G A R i fc N fTTtHE raufical entertainments will be continued I during the Summer Admittance one fliflHag each The doors to be opened at fire and the muiic to begin at half an hour after There will be an artificial piece of firework in after the manner rf the planned and conducted by the celebrated Cli which he never exhibited T A I B t O f T R Shares of and Shares of are fold by HAZARD aiid Slock at their under the Pi of the Xoyal tkeir houfe in Ticket aga fitwro regiftered at fix and ewiieft account of their to part of Ocfirt Schemes aoAletten ifpoftpaid fbia Jby 3f 0 T f ia tells ejwmaec Snares and in the preftnt State in great on the advantageous terms to the and by and India with their fcveral Annuities India and Exchequer and all Government pott punctually Schemes of the The lottery begins draw ingthe lytfc of Four blanks to a in the prefent State Whoever willde iver it at the bar of cof 5 or at Fuller and Teetons Lottery in mall receive over and above the market W BOOKS I M F o R T E By Ji oppofite in tHe Bookfeller to his Novum ad medii feu fupplementum ad auctiorem Glof rM Cangiani A Paris Hiftoire de la Societe Royale des eta blie a avet les Meraoires de Ma thematique de tires des Regiftres de cette Lyon Inftituts de par Paris Convmentaires far la Retraite des dixmille de par Jarn Prince de par Paris Eflai Inr PEfprit ia favorable a r a la 17664 La Republique par 4to Haye Anciennes Lorx des conferred dazu les coBtumes Angloiles par Rwa Theooriti extra fBmus Leipfiz For the undoubted jf SCURVY stt tire ESSENCE of Thrfe y at to try wBt be cooviftced thctherecan fcafee wftin nature tonally for the fcorbuiic difordert From in uncommonly gentle opemtioa the it will not fuffer the leift W therein 5 in the mofl furpriliog manneT it foas never deepeft tfftoty snd fcurvy that human nature well at the wofl inve terate ntaers j obftiore of the pimpled eutapepus caephiiBti kiad kavng the as JWi the as ckafi healthieft new bova babe Any farther particulars H thonglit ne eefory may W and ttte advice of a kilfui furgeon hid by applyingany forenoon frtrh 9 so to at his houfe h name Bloorafbury and where the Effeoce of Minerals is lold in bottles of each wrapped iri ptara printed Jireftions by the au fold alfo at VernorV onLudgaiejjill at ia DubliiK Lemns from temlemen oi the i July AT the meeting this for the relief of the fafc feVers by the fire in Barbadeesj jhe minutes ofthe former meeting on the i jth of Jiilyi were read and approved the agent for the who had been appointed then laid before the gentlemen prefent an account of the fubfcriptions and other The lift of the firlt amounted to to which were imme diately added fubfcriptions to the amount of The donations to the morning of the i9th were to befides paid on the fame The making up the fum of It was then That all the gentlemen prefent be a committee to tranlaftlp England the affairs of the charity that and be added to together with every contributor of or upwards and that any five of the faid committee be a fufficieni 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 B or four of them be a committee for the receipt and diftribution of of the fanwtf in that Gedney Efq Sampfon Efq Ti motrty Ef3fi John James Butter James Efqj and Irenseus Efqt That the committee in be inftroft r two great objedlts of this charity the in the unfortunate inhabitSnts to remain in the and Ac them in rebuilding their boufesupona That tlie committee in England do meet at at twelve oclock next Wednefday fen being the ijth of and of on every other Wednefday at the fame place and fubjeft to any particular adjournment at their That the committee in do by the next hip or hips for remit to the com mittee in that ifland of the fum as a temporary relief of the till the bene volence of the public can be fully extended to their fevere 4 Lift of Zubfcribtrs for the Relief of the Sufferers ty the on the of in BritfatVnvn d John Braithwaite Philip befides given in Bar badoes Richard Salter Alexander Walker William of Bondftreet George Walker Maxwell George Kaunas William Daniel Meore William late of Barbadoes William Dottin John Michael Mac Nemarra Bond and Ryland Jacot Blaclutun Pilgrim Richacd Gofling Nathaniel Pake ISomers Clarke James Adams William Blenman Richard and Benjamin Smith Sir John Baronet Robert officer Rowland Blackman Frederick Ruflel James Edward Colleton Thomas Erie Drax Jofeph Pickering Davjd Barclay and Sons Donations bejide the Sober Heberdine Alexander Wood Thurlton Efq William Efq Daniel Efq Lafcelles and John Efqj Charles Efq Coleman and Lucas Walker and Davifon The Sailers Compiny Samuel Efq The Right Honourable Lord Romney A Lady unknown Jofeph Paiee John Jones James Bradmaw John Efq Sir William Baker John Efq Fraucis Efqj and diaft on John at payable the or der of George Efq for at 55 per to Efqfe 100 50 too 100 100 100 100 100 ioe 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 30 50 50 100 150 100 100 50 100 100 50 100 o 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 o o o 9 O o o o e o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o S I 3380 o o 5 10 o JO ai 100 aoo S i ii 21 20 ai 10 20 S ti S 100 ISO 5 10 o 5 3 a o o c o o 0 o 5 1 O o o o o X O o o o o o o 10 O o o s o o c o o o o o o 4500 xoo o o The fubftiibers will pleafe to that two are exptlbed to fail for Barbadoes by the or 15th oF Auguft and that the money fub as well as thole liberal donations which art humbly expected from ibe public on this melancholy will be received at the following bankers Blickwell and Pallmall Child and Sir Jofeph Hartkey and 6ir Charles Algill and Sir Richard Glyn and Browns and CollinfORj Fullej and Lee and In the HILLS by his appoint I J fold at jRichard book at the in Paternofterrow at John book near the lower end of Jamess and no where elfe in BALSAM of for and ESSENCE of W A T E R D o e for the fcurvy EUXIR of for the gout and TINCTURE of to give an TINCTURE of to lengthen TINCTURE of for nervous coatt fuccefs if thefe medicines renders all praift C5For tbt foud B R I T Atf I C U A of UnderA in ordinary and A Original Lerter from Lady Mary Wortley Mon fie loft ToUe PRINTER of thfe A worthy friend of among fome other manu fcripts of the late Earl of has found the following copy of a letter to his late M and has been fo kind asto permit me to tranfci it to fend to your in which I doubt riot but it will Be pleafingto many of your WeJnefdaj HE violence of the fit of the which has tormented me for fome is now fo far that although it will not permit me to havethe honour of waiting on your is yet kind to en aWe me fo far to obey yoar as to write my fentiments concerning that trouble forae man Pulteney and to point out what f conceive to be the moft efteclual method to make him perfectly Your Majelty well knows by the dint of his he has fo captivated the and attained an unbounded that the moft manifeft wrong appears when adopted and urged by Hence it that he is become not ovity trou but even The unthinking mul titiJde believe he has no one object but the public goed if they would refleft a they would foojn that fpleen againft tbofe Majefty has honoured with your confidence has greater weight with him than real pstriotifin j let any meafure be propofedj however if he thinks it comes from it for him to oppofe you that affairs of the moll momentous concern are fubjeft to the caprice of that popular and he has nothing to do but to declare it a ministerial pro j and bellow out the word to have an hundred pens drawn againft and a thoufand mcuths open to contra dict Under thefe circuinftances he bears up agaiuft the and let me add againlt your Majefty yourfelf and every ufeful fcheme muft be either S it is carried in either the public is made ta believe it is done bya corrupt cia Since then things are thus it is In come abfolutely neceffary for the public tranquuity that he fhould be made and the only method to do that is to deftioy his and ru5n the good belief the people have in In order to do this he muft be invited to Court your Majefty muftcondefcend to fpeak to him ia the moft iaviwrable and dUbnguifhing manner you muft make him that he is ptrfon whofe opinion yW can and to whom your peo ple look up for ufeful As lie has already feveial times refufedto take the lead in the admini unlefs it was totally modelled te his your Majerty rtiould clofe in with his arxl give liim leave to arrange the adoiiaifhation as he and put whom he chufes in office tliere can be no danger in as ycxu can diliuifs him then when you think When he is got thus to which his extreme elf and the high opinion he entertains of his own importance will eaiily con it will be neceffary that your Ihowld feem to have a great regard for his herhhj to him that your affaiis will be mine if lie mo n Id die that you want to have him conftanriy to have his fage advice niid as be is much diibrdered in au iomeihing it wilibe neceffary for his for him to ouit the Houfe of Commons where malevolent tempers will e continually fretting and wlire indeed liib prefr nee will be as no itep will betaken but according to his advice and that lie will let you give him i diitinguifhmgimuk of your by creating him a This he may be brought to if I know thing of he has a love honours and and his great ana feeming contempt of he may be if it with dexterity j as the peet Fenton flatlerfs an fcftens the If can once bring him to accept of a all will be with him the changing multitude will ceafe to have any confidence in him and whenyou fee your Majefty may turn your back on difjwfs him from his turn out meddling and reftore things to Fw if lie it can be of noavail cite bee will have loft his a whofe buzzing nobody Your Majefty will pardon me for the freedom with which I have given my feutiments and advice which I fliould not have done had you not commanded it and had I not been that your peace is much dafturbed by the contrivances of this tui bulent I flull only that I will difpofe whom I kflrtw to with htm to follicit for his eibblifli ment in that you may feem to yield to their and the finefTe be the lefs liable to be dif I hope to have the honour to attend your Majefty in a few which I will do that my public prefeace may givt him no HAN WAYS tftrd Itfrr U PHILO PAUPERIS tetters received A Citizen of London Faint hearted fe and liberties of his country j and fhj i rnj proceed him with a un To the PRINTEK of the GAZET T HE torrent of difguft which flows with fuch rt pidity through the channel or every newspa per againft a late popular calls on a plain man to and reqaeft one fiiinutes patient hearing from his The man you now has both ia and in action ftrenuoufly upheld the caufe known to every by condemning him Our idea of favourite from that ar dor which is peculiar to the frames expeftations than the abltft and belt or men may alwayi equal to The raan you are now rea dy to I never more or lefs tlixi a wortny coimfellor 1 This mertfbi e ii wldlft in the zenith of lus was thought much too cold for Hit defertj but u the idea I am inclined to rtuertam of liim The paramount preteniions of any man to guide all by is but eft intemperance of pnrfues e fails in the leaft degree of Jpcpuig up tc the dard of an Mfeidl Ntt no abatement than bis own ttd bwth may Ue Wait only for tbe proper apolngy of thi conduct Not a verbal apology in a narr c of caufes and but that more logy which right action will ter the fervices he has rendered his it mould be more than one dubious inltance of cdhfluct that degrades him let us remember if wefuffer by the be by a kind of political His power to feivahis country may that moment expire when your confi dence in him is inflexibly No charac terproved be unworthy fliall find apologilt in my pen as you would fave your countiy from being torn by the laft exceffes of popular let him not be degraded from ycCr confuieiice un tried by the evidences of a perfevering kft a faithful fupport of the and aflertor of his countrys mould be enervated by a clifdain dC which we may repent at when the confe quences of our precipitance are It is a tragical biltoiy I have fomewhere of a who in a fit of jealoufy piufued tbe fuppofed offender in the and for a the of having avenged him felf on the traitor but the day no fconer broke than it difcovered to him that he had rafrily fan ificqd the fon of his A M A MUCH WANTKD SCANDALMOMGERS of kinds to abufethe New Any gemkmen welt verled in perveiting of and raifing of IPfB betaken into full work for theenfuing be equally able to whitewarn the blackeft ckirafters out of j as to blackball the faireft characters sn They muft have no fcruplea of concience 1 about fettjng the nation together by the Per fons who have the fear of the pillory before their or who do not hold thfc laws of their country at will treated For further enquire of Mac at the Scotch near the Scrubbing in Knaves Acre or of Liirfe book feller to thsGawkees at his Scandal From the LONDON G A Z E T T July The King has been pleafed to grant unto the Right Honourable William and the heirs male of his body lawfully the dignities of a Vifcount and an Earl the k dpm uf Great by an of ViJcount Pitt of BurtonPyhieat in the c of and Earl of Chatham in the At the Court at P R E S E N T The KINGS Exec lent Majefty His Majelly in Council clare the Right Honour ton Lrrd Prefidsnt his be Privy Council at th His Majeity in Couiicil vvas pleafed to deliver the Great ej Lord wheijpou u1 Lord High Unnceior of Great 01 itaiu iv Majeltys sdminiltcred to is his Lordfliip took his place at the Board i His Majefly having been piefed to deliver the cuftody ef the Privy Seal to the Right Honourable William Earl of the of Keeper of the Privy Seal was this day admi raftered to him and his Lordfliip took kis place at the Bosid His Majefty having been pleafed to appointthe Right Honourable William of Shelburne te be one of his Majeftys Principal bacretaries of his Lordmip was by his Majeftys fvvorn one of his Majeftys Principal Secretaries ei State Augufl His Majefty has been pleaf ed to appoint his Grace Augultus Henrv Fitzroy Duke or tlie Right Honourable Charles Thomas George and Pryfe to be raiflioners for executing the office of Tieiiurer of his Majeftys The King has been pleafed to grant unto the Right Honourable Charles Townfliend the office of Chan and alfo the office of Under of his Majeltys in the room of the Right Ho nourable William Augujl The King has been pleafed to order a Conge d Elire to the Dean and Chapter of empowering them to eject aBifliop of that the fame being void by the death of John late Bitliop thereof and alfo a letter recoinanendingto the faid Dean and Chapter the John Bifhop of to be by trftm elected Bifhop of the aid See of Ronald of to fur render the igthand and at eleven in the at the Eagle and Chiid innin John of tofurrender the and ioth and the ijth off at nine in the at Godfrey late of tolurrender the Ath and and at tbJTf
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