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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 6, 1766, London, Middlesex A U GU S Tj E Blf MA IE STY4 Co M p A N A Y M A R If hit AT the THEATRE ROT AL in the A THIS DAY Will be performed a called The M I NO COLE by FOOTEj Bring the laft time olf his performing this Richard Aickin Sir William Caftle the j Palmer MGeorge f and WESTON j Quick Francis and fetrutton S H U TE R 5 WithENTERTAINMENTS Of By and Mifs To which wfll he added The MAYOR of Major Sir Morten Crifpin Shuten Palmer MGeorgs j Quick Terry Welton Burden Pit i open at fix j and begin at feven Lidiet dewed to fend their fervants to keep places at Places for the to be taken of at Vivant Rex On Tiiday at the Kings Theatre in the of The of and by BARRY and from the Theatre Royal in AT th inthciiAY e i the 8th of will b med cfie Tragedy of O T H L L MOOR of V N i c OTHELLO by From the in Dublin lago f r the nrit time b Lee Davi from the Thea ere Royal in Dunlin Aickin j Hurft j Palmer Murdcn BURDEN Defdemona J3 A N C E From the heatre Royal in Boxes Fir Firft Gallery Upper Callery Places to be taksn at the Little Vivant Rex STATE SIX pounds difference in the fatalleft and targeft Jive Only five pounds from the of and no five per from fliarw chances the money paid here for and will be the for whole and at the loweft and the greateft regiftareS and examined ia thirty by at his in Lombard and near Duuitans HARRIo over the Tickets Four blanks to a Ji he Wanks to be trans fenable annuities at the Bank of Eng land bearing three pei per and South Sea with their feveral India Navy and Viclual ling aidall Kinds of Government bought ibid by The Lottery be gins drawing on Monday the J7th of Ail letters from towa or country peft paid duly The public are defired to take that I am removed from my late Office in and luve no connexions lomorrowa be price AN Enquiry into the Conduct of a Late Right Honourable COMMONER particularly in regard to iome late his new connec and With an authentic account of a lace Fortuna um adbianifitur eaptiviem PLAIN dear needs no of The public are defired not to miftake this Tract for another lately advertiied under a title ibmewhat Printed for oppofite irt and ibid like wile by in Row Of whom may be The HISTORY of theiATE pike or The PRINCIPLES of the CHANGES in 1765 impartially price HOGARTHS AS many beauties in the late Hogarth3 Prints hitherto eicaped notice wan1 Of a minute Hcgarth has now en gaged a gentleman to explain each and mo Tahze on it in fuch a manner as tn make them in ftructive as well as and prcpoles giving a fmall edition of the by way of executed in a malterjy They will be pub lifliedin lets and be continued till the whole is com ung gje Harlots Pro may fee price at near Templebar m PallMall and Ient LombardJtreet and at Ho in of whom may be had T This day is SUMMER being a collection of favourite performed at Vauxhall with the Love and lung by Mils The whole compoled by price Tins work is executed in a more concife manner than any ex1 beingfo thatatrouble fome fcore of all the inftrumental parts is turf every thing material is contained in three at lefs than half the expenceto the All commiffionfc to any part of Scotlandj Or Iriandjwill be punctually difcharged if pyitpaid and price of the book or bocks left with Mils at the China in the Covenl where by the appointment books will be as Vauxhall and tije muuc MARY THE mufical entertainments will be continued during the Summer Admittance one milling each The doors to be opened at five and thi mufic to begin at half an hour after There will be an artificial piece of firework in after the manner of the planned and conducted by the celebrated Cli which he never exhibited TO be the lands and baronies of and lying in the of and and Shire of in with the right of patren age offlfcpariflies of Galltoun and This eftateconfifts of about thoufand acres of very fine and pafture moftly lying betwixt the waters of Irvine and and all conveniently fituated for lime and of which there is great plenty in every corner of the There are befides about one thou fand five hundred acres of Galftoun in which there is plenty of peat or Thete is a commodious modern built upon the eftate of and another at and upon the lauds there are many thoufands uf very valuable trees of different both natural and befides three large natural one of them juit firfor The fuperiorities of everal other lands lying con to the faid are afa to be Further particulars relative to the may be got from Thomas writer to the Siguet in in whofe hands the and of the particular farms are to be And the lands will be hown by Bruce Camp Efq at the faftor upon the with whom a general planof the whole property is fc3 For the letters A LOVER of JUSTICE and EASY EXTRAORDI and An Extract from an Extraordinary laft To the PRINTER of the H E late Commoners ac arv Earldom is certainly no his changing his difpo to promote the welfare of his We be 1 of his real is pleafed to discover them but of this we may be from his general cha that they cannot beotherwile than good till he gives proof to the we ought not encourage a difpofuion to from the artful mifreprefentations of the Titles were ever fuppofed to be the confequence cf merit and perhaps a title was never conferred with greater propriety than on the prefent occafion why then mould it be a Aibjeftpf that furh merit is fo juftly applauded with honours He has and fo has every honeft man in a ccn fpicuous and thefe enemies will exert them felves to make that a matter of r proach which to future ages will be a proof of his reputation with his and his real worth to the whom he hath ferved with indefatigable induftry and fhining If he has been faithful in the fer vjce of his let hot that country be prevailed by the envious or to degrade his vir till we have evident proofs of his having changed his patriotic principles with his I am led into thefe reflections from the apparent concern of left a contrary conduft mould be the confequence of that honour conferred purely upon Iris merit as if honaurs arifing from virtue muft naturally occafion a degradation to the paths of vice my let us wait for proofs before we and expeft the continuance of virtue in every proceeding for the pnblic till are afcertained of a converfion to thofe principles which mufr diihonour his Party will while menare liable to err from or miftaken apprehenfions but the virtuous neuters will ever adhere to the truth on either It is of very little confequence to the who is or who is fo that thofe who have exert their judgment and vir tues to promote the good of tlieir The late if we judge by their were worthy of honour the prefent may be more if their proceedings coincide with our expectations from their All I would wifli to that we cannot form a right judgment but from know and we cannot knQw but from pub lic It is indeed greatly to be that many will deduce principles from and if we allow their principles to be their is and apparently conclufive but bring them to the touchftone of fupported by know and they vanifti into mere bubbles of inven I could my countrymen were never in fluenced by fuch chyrrierical reafonings alas feme will and be merely becaufe the truth has not tho lead in their To to to ftrve fome fecret inte reft but why mould I revive the that and paftremedy I will rather hope for a better dif pofition on the prefent Let us pray for our excellent and exert all our endeavours to make his reign and ablefling to hiscoun We have tltfe greateft realbn to be confident that he is partial but to one and that the HONEST BRITONS of every The fervants he he wiJhes to aft upon the principles and if all proceed with integrity and in their feveral e my yet hve to fee luch as will do honour to the and make the name of BRITONS refpeftable to the lateft V HANWAYV fourth Letter to PHILO PAVPERIS To the PRINTER of fTTtHE pompous Neuter in your paper JL of the ift like a true political union of all the Neutrals in this in favour of the late and the prefent fif the Ex as a general of fovereign for the cure of the many national diftreflcs under which this kingdom now To that a fett of may unite in favour of one in fupport of one fett of and yet preferve their appears to me to be as difficult as it is eafy to fee the tendency of the and to the real characler of through his falfff figures and As to the late if he in his prefent ftate of feel for bis I cannot refign him to a siore adequate punilfement than his own for his recent dereliftion of his He was a character I once revered but adage of De mortals nil niji bonum reftrains As to the other hero of this I cannot help that the elegant of exhi bited by the fame hand in the works of the late North is of a piece witn the apology now offered to the public for his had almoft His if really fuch as the pretty figure of this good Doctor is truly to be lamented 5 this longknown weathercock is now converted into a embarking on the troubled ocean of to be pelted at by every whipfter in Hard fate this that a man of his abilities mould willingly relinquilh the moft lu crative and indolent poft under the in order toferve his and by being thus more elevated in be more expofed to the merci lefs rage of every Moorfield Painful preeminence But my good has he not changed his fituation reluftantly Was he npt drtgged into bufinefs by little lefs than a with the annexed tempting lure of any favour he mould afk for his being to be granted to him Now if this be the tell how is the public obliged to him Or rather inform as I know you love to be in poffeflion of female fe me epleafure of communicating them I how and vith what may we that the profpeit of an Earldom to his through the mediiun of his eperated upon in the production of an in your may be hereafter of fuch confequence to the public Do meftic intelligence lias not ns yet fupplied me with any anecdotes relative to this and I therefore again folicit your That this faid financier has the greateft of his enemies will not controvert but how are they applied ofwhat ufe are they to the public his verforile turn of mind will fcarce fuffer him to know when he is in the right j and his irrefolution will not admit of his purfuing by chance Hnce itjhas been that thiscock has often vapoured exceedingly before the day of and been always fick of the and unable even to when a cock of the true breed has been pitted againft him and it is to be that the feeders in oppo fition will take vand at the next great meeting will match him properly j as I will venture in your own pood to that no no will enable him fhake off this And purfuant to my conception of his cha I do that if ever his needls be his loadftone will direft it due north and I do therefore that the political mariners will pay but little attention to that under the in fluence of a magnet of fuch a dangerous In my I mall take the liberty of alking a few which I hope you will as they may tend to put this matter in its true 3 To the PRINTER of the EaftCoker in I fend you thefollowingEpigram to fliew you that we people in are at i lofs to know the motives which could induce our neighbour to accept of a If you pleafe to infert you will oblige the two great families of the Harringtons and and amongft the reft LEVELLER Plebi Jlupit in Englifh Commoners are dazzled with MOURN Old and ihore to Your greatgreat Commoner is now no O versd in mah you Each for his price would ftill be bought and Strange that ambition fhould itfelf And bid a man grow little to grow Tis our own which makes our acls our own j Pitt was quite Eclipsd by rides if patriots Give me for life to keep the name To the PRINTER of the OBSERVING a letter to a gentleman in concerning India I could not avoid re that sz years ago laft I fold Jlndia ftock at but then the 3 per were done at to 105 j the then divided 8 per The 3 per are now about and India though at 6 per is now at about I am much of the country gentlemans that the faid ftock is much too even if the proprietors received 8 per I hope gam bling will ceafe and the inftead of wa will walkfirm upon their both in and out of From the LONDON Saturday the z6th of Mr one ot hisMajeltys arrived at the Kight Secretary Conways with the treaty of commerce Ihii fne Emprefc of which tfas atPeterfburg on the aOth of Jane V A N K R U John Price and William hte of in the parilh of but now of iit the of the couary of and chapmen and tjfurrender the at fix in the thetjdoftlve fame at eleven in the fore and 1 6 h of at five the after at Thomas of n the county of to the and i6th of at three in the at the Black Horfe alii ia Liver Days appoint fd far mating the cf ejlates Js William Ian of Bernard in the county of Use at ten in the at the Black Barmid James of in the county leather dealer and the at ten in the at the houfe of Jofeph in Wingfield Wildman and John of merchants and dealers and the 3oth at ten in the at Certificates to be allswedto William late of the city of mer on or before the z6th Charles of dealer and on or before the a6th On Thurfday laft the Henry Grenvills re figned his employment as one of the CommiiEoners of hisMajeftys The Right William youngrftfon of the Duke of will fet out ii a few with his lady and for in order to embark for his government of We are tint extraordinary exprelies were difpatcbed laft to the Courts of France and with an account of the late great Com moner having accepted a titlsand Care has been taken to trrmfci to the colonies the moft early intelligence of the changes in the in order to prevent bad We hear a Spaniih war is talked and tfcat a sertain Nolshman has ns he did i former occafion to fend a to Cadiz a categorical rcfpecl to foms purt of behaviour of Spain the late peace about 7i memorial is now preparing in the Oiivsrian tj which no evafive anfwer wiil be It is expeaed that a anfwcrwin roanded from the States of the United relative toan affair of the utrnoft conittuence to this His Royal Highnefs the Price of Orange is ex peeled here about the end of Yetterdays mjiils bring an account of he ctath of Prince FrederickGeorge Canon of avid cmifin the reicvl ingDukeof Hediwat Bevern the i6th in the of his We hear Sir Jofeph at is very in We hear a Governor wili be for the Engliih the Aliriksro ExtraS of a letter Jrun re ceived by the Liile Grand General Murray takes his tor London in this and has tor of this been called to I y te of thisro vmce before his Majefty ami Council nnd Iniale no doubt will be able to difpel the many clouds which a fpmt of calumny and faction Isad railed aginft him io ckftruclive to the real inteivft of this colony I am forry to fay has been induftriouliyneciAcd by many wl duty it ivas to have nitended to All which has and had its rife Jvom DO other than a mere to General Murray in whatever he whether right or I allure yon I am not the it obligation to that further thnft wJiai iSiy common civilities hswn Bufwiieu the good of a cdony 15 facrificed by a fet of peoiije who call theuifelves pitriots to private pi1M aiielra Imuftown it girts me and I am certain moft of the political difputes hat in this have fpinug from no her caufe They write from that they are bufy in fixing up a boom and chain for the defence of the being in fear of a Yefterdaythe Right the Earl of Lincoln fet out for his feat at Clumber in Nettinghamfhire Tfcady O his let out from their country at to in their to Sunday evening arrived at Surrv ftreet m the printer It is feid a plan has been ftrtuk out next the duties on poVer and others which wijl not in the the lower clafs of and will hardly be frit by thofe of fupcrior It is that an addition of will be made next ktfion of parliament to Queen Annes for the augmentation of the livings of the poor clergy in Engfand and Saturday laft ad vice came to that put o1 Mauritius m great diltrefs in February having buried feveral of their and 60 private men the Governor of that iiland refufed them any further afliftance than fome fo that they w r obhged to fail for on the ifland of Ma a At the Mauritius Spanim m m of war of bound for the with Yefterday purfuant to the laftadjournment of th common hall at Robert Darling fcrutineers attended the two and arain n them that UarIinR proceed1 ing m the demanded m his whereupon he was declared duly elrdreH Sheriff of his city and county of and the common S ITn t0 Jitts to report their upon the late elec J are I to It is that Robert Efq c and one of the eleS of f to bond fo Puilip Eqj the otter
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