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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 12, 1766, London, Middlesex The ii AUGUST 1766 HAY M A R X By his Tthe OPERA in the HAY MARKETJ being the ijth of will PV I C E P R B S E R V E Jaffier by BARRY Palmer Re Hurft by LEE JLewis Murden Keen Quick MGeorte Powel Ke vilido Wild 5 Weedon Ter Francis j MMahcn 5 Belvideia by To which mil bemadded a Farce called MISS IN HER Frioble with a long in character SHUTER j MGeprge j Palmer Quick frfGirorge and Mifs Biddy by Mifs Boxes Firft Gallery Upper Gallery The pit and galfeiies to be opened at five the boxes at To begin exactly at Nojfwrfon can be admitted behind the Ladies are defired to lend their fervants at four to keep Elaces to be as of at the tittle Vivant Rex Ic Regina AUGUST VINCEN and GOR Prpprietcrs and Managers of the Operas at the Kings Theatre in the beg leave to inform the nobility and that they have engaged the beft company of that could be gotin for the performing of fe rbus and comic Operas at the aid They areallon and are ex peeled to arrive in London this Tke Com pany are as follows t The celebrated Signor firft Signora firft Signor fecund Mifs Signor Signora third CO MI Signor firft Signora Signor Mifs firft SiguorMpriggi the old man Signora fecond Signor fecond third There are alfo engaged two capital and fome principal which expected nSt the fame rimt From jiV a u T 8 5 R I T For the Benefit of the NEW on Monday being the igth of e prefentecf Comic called Thfi M A I D of the M I L The Musjic by the melt Eminent Lord Fawcettj Sir Hany Syca BADDELEY Banniucr Branfby Keafberry Dibdm i Hopkins Love Lady Crols Mrs Mils Mifs With by Signor and Signera Mifs To which will be added folio End of by particular Baddeley will prefent the audience with the PICTURE of a PLAYHOUSE Bocycs HAVE AT yt End of the a Ihort xomic Epilogue Inter LABOUR in VAJN A HUNT after by Baddeley To which will be added A As will be expreftedin the bills of the to be had of in Crofs Richmond and of at the PAT E N CL O T HIS Majeftys Lettefi Patent having been latel granted for making and vending an exceeding fine cloth compofed of hlk and which being much and thiniter than the beft fu perfine is greatly preferable to any tabricjof that fort for and other in general gentlemens fummer ladies childrens and other gar where eafe is The proprietor givw notice to the and that a is now opened for the fate by in Gcrrard and wlieMelfeinlpngland with proper allowance to and alfi to merchants buy it for ex At the fame warehoufe only are to be Qircaffian filk and other quilted and all other forts of mercery both fik and at the loweft u dttj attovoiijock ivjti be fftce zsl SHORT VIEW of the POLITICAL LIFE and TRANSACTIONS of a late Right COMMONER To which is A FULL REFUTATION of art invidious fuppofed to be under tbe fantlion of a very popular a lateJftght Printed tor in Ciatheritieftreet in the For the uudoubted CURE of Lhe SCLJRVV and all eruj tive SSENCE of Thofe who are Co happy as 10 try will be convinced force itt natuis nn equally and elegmc cure for aVid ill Icorbutic diforders whatevesf its ye gentle operation it will not fuffer tKe leair impurity 10 therein in the moft furptifing infaJlifeJe rriamier it fp at ttever to returnj thu dpepeft leprofy and that biMnan natareAasevtraffliited with as well asthernoftinve old uctrs obftina e inflamma tioruof the pimpled and complaints of every kintij leavng the blood as ani the Jkin as as the healthiift newborn in the Any further it thought ne ceflary may he and he advice of a fkiiruMttfjienn without thjlea ft ex by appjyingany forenoon from 9 to at his houfe h i upon hc door in Southampton Bloonjlbdry and where the Eflince of Minerals is lolu in bottle of wrapped in plain printed directions thors it is fold alfoat book Ludgne hil and at Dubl Lerersfrom jenJepien of iljte iacultji i This day is A NEW of Enquiiy into the Conduct of a Latejtight X Honourable COMMONER in regard to fome late his new connec and With an authentic account of e Printed for oppofite Burlingtonhoufe in Piccadilly and fold likewife by in Paternotterrow at Bath 5 Todd and York and all other Of whom may be The HISTORV of the LATE price and The PRINCIPLES of the CHANGES in impartially Anew price Per the Inters jigned CA MARPLOT To the PRINTER of the GAZETTEER is obfervable that who are deficient in folid and well digefted generally fill up tha vacuity with either a fullen fuf or with flimfey conjee accordiiig to the different difpofitions which nature has im planted in their Hence the country and heavy hold of fuf picious as a cover for and a fubftitute for But thofe of a more quick volatile turn of whom at her ding the as a favourite foil for rational ibme by ftopt fhort in the and was diverted from perfecting her work thefe halfformed verybrilk and very for the molt part iffue forth like bottled fmall full of fuaie and until they have fquirted out what knowledge they hare in ndfy tattle and From this fcurce proceeded the many idle fiir and of your corre fpondent AtrMgwus and particularly that jidicu lous one a fuppofed identity between the writer of this and the author of a famous picture the North t difclaim all connexion with fuch political the joiat product of the incurable itch of From the fame mif fortune of being but half begot by and ne ver perfected by proceeded that blunder of Am in making a Guiiie Cock embark ujon the trou bled eceatij an incongruous am is not to he found in my letter hueon the contra it is the Weather Caek which there and With propriety I defy him to point out an impro per figure in the whole But I have neither inclination nor time to mifpend upon the quibbles of being expelled from of public abufe OH have descended to become Nibblers of news and Drawcanurs to dif mounted party notceafeto point out to part of the that we view from this fecond lition of now a fecond time effected under the conduct of a We all remember the firft union of this kind brought about by the fartie at the of the laft If we not we muft be mindful too of the happy confequences of Cuch an union during the whale We have all bewailed the continual fcene of confu fion which has prevailed ever fmce this coalition was by Pitts being forced out of The happy moment is now arrived to reftore that Union once more the blefled effects of which can sow only be defeated by the capricious judgments and intemperate zeal of a people rnifled by thefalfe infi nuations of a few difap pointed and infignincant The name has been adorned by too many illuftripus to ftand in need of any addition in order to reader it immortal and I make no doubt but the name of Chatham will be foon as much revered The had the ad vantage of and and other vifible and dazzling objects to manifeft forth its me rit 5 but the feene in which the latter is now enga although lefs obvious to papular is not the lefs falutary in its tendency to balance at and render if not to fubduefhe fatal effects of partydifunion at this cri tical Many other isen without had equally good intentions with Chatham but it has been his fmgular good fortune to hare appeared at a time when be had opportunity to exert his talentsj by fubduing our foreign enemies in time of and owf domeftic enemies in the time of idly that he is now re duced to a and is alfo guilty of a dcfefiion Jrem and diriliElion of friends But that he never was uf fo much importance in any of his forrner tions as a I fliall hew it together with the probability of his being able to flandhis refoiirces on which he de At prelent I will confine my elf to refute that other that he is guilty of dcrikdion did I fay name I honour the fscredtye of fincere frauds I jevere the counterfeited face of falfe I before a man can forfake his he malt firft have been poflVffed of them but all thcfe flow who affect to ftyle themftlves neither in nor even in appearance proved thenifelvts but were always either Lis open or fecret enemies and enemies not fo much to his perfon as to his virtues and intentions the public Why then do they now call thein felves friends tell you very who when Pitt was plunged in tfitd every means to fink him to the are now in imminent danger of being drowned themlelves they now change their now catch huld on Pitts coat for with a faile a talfe face of cry out fir Go dont your frigid VVhat righ to tnat appellation is us L mine more bjr facing out an hiftoric cetch of their at the beginning ef the laft in order to brm a poalition of Mr Pitt gave up fome jqints sfter gainijag and thofe the moft mar did with a cordial and fincere join in this together with that clan at hie falfely afiumed ihe plaufihie itle of in order the better to recommend to the nation that unlimited and Vinconftitutional powtr y which tbey governed both Prince and people they deteiled the name bf in their dictionary meant the faiie as diiifion of Power s And nothing but the neceffity of the times compelled them to accept of Pitts We need no oher proof of their and of their ntention to juftle their friend out as foon as than that they actually dd take the very irft oppoituniiy to eflect it for as foon as it ap eared that Sejanus had more influence than Pitt all his new acquired friends deferted Cotin liVhat was the confequence Precifely that ame which fslfe deferves thst as foon as Sejanus had made life of them to eject he then proceeded kick them out after The whiqh facceeded I need not mention butJift ought to pfaferve the different conduct of theft pretended when fa or put of fooner had Pitt refigned than they difcLtirnsd his ridiculed his pa raphrnftfd his raifed a cry agaihft his penfion ami peerage But when they found thetofelvesr turned out of doors in they then courted nis reechoed the praifes of this fellow pronounced him a glorious and ivhat They tried every means to canneS him with themfelveiin the bulr tried in vain in the indeed he fo far tf but never in conjunction them he rood on his own and kept himlelf aloo from their Councils for he knew that thofe who were unfaithfiti when in would be no longer faithful than while they continued According ly they were no fooner reinftated in the admimftra than him againbecaufe he would 7 O not accept along with but continued firm in his oppofiticn to The laft revolution in power has once and produced a new revolution in fiiendftiip they now affect to ityle him their Deareii Coufin and that they may the better abufe him to the as being guilty of dffeSiion and Alas fools do thefe Courtiers think us as if our minds were as light as theirs as if we could be ereratnnfed with words inftead of like give the facred name ef Friendfhip to that fallacious face whicit changes with every revolution in the wheel of Fortune Inftead of joining in the party cabals of fuch as are friends only to their owfl it u the glory of Chatham to approve himfelf a real friend both to the Sovereign and I fliall only that in regard to tke whofe conduct will novr be the joint object of male Ambiguous muft know it to be no ferret that he was promifed a Peerage for his Lady before he re jected the direction of the Admiralty but that when he found he was to have the place the fo that he could not recommend one friend to his his independent fpirit chofe ra ther to forfeit his expectations than to become a football to Thofe who are Vukd by the narrow and private views of will never fail to give the name either of or defection to that conduct which is fuggeited by and directed to public Letters received HanwayV and fixh letters to Philo the firfl of which will kf iu ferted to Decorum A Conltant Render of the A Liveryraanand To the PRINTER of the Auguf I Went laft night to the OperaHoufe in the Hay market to fee the tragedy of with which I was highly I have not feen Barry fince the laft feafbn he was in London and if there is any alteration in it is for the as his perfon is as good as and his I ftronger he is certainly very capital throughout the whole part what a fine piece of acting dtres he difplay in the fpeech to the Senate how beautifully tender is his meeting with Defdemona in Cyprus in the Third how natural and noble are his perturbations when worked up to jealoufy by Igo the fljort reply of not a not a and not much exhibit as much judge ment and fine feeling as I ever remember when he is inflamed to the higheft pirch and feizes how powerful are his voice and action His maim r of reading the letter in the Fourth Act fhows a true knowledge of and that he perfectly ftand j the tormenting effects of that dreadful In the lalt when he has frrjothered his and that Emilia knocks at rhs his perplexity is not to be described words cannot con vey an adequate idea of it and when he difcovers fhe was how truly and pathetic is Grief Barry has many more beauties in on which I now have not leifure to enlarge but will jull that an actor who is capable of doing iuch great juftice to fo difficult a a pa t of ib much muft certainly be mafttr of many tragic characters Barry has a his vuiceis harmonious and which he adapts with great propriety to the different paffions in that of Grief believe he never was his broken accents being o and that 10 hear him without being moved is I that in Dublin he has performed Captain and feveral other comic with yreat if we may venrur to ix j the firil actor that ever was eminent in the very oppofite parfs cfMHeHiLamj his genius ovt w generally thought to be when h am Sir Ciallagh3n in Mncklins Parce i f Lvt never Ind Jure of fetLi laft jet charmed with her you nl j yery capital ru performance of I aliiioH cei lit 1 of powers equal to tlis chaiactcrj her perfon herftaturei handioiueand and in her countepancc joined to great icufibility hrr voice is clear and inii herj juil lej elocution entirely fje from tirr theatric cant tno cffen tfed on oar ftage propofe to inyftt great from her pleUHderaJ and Monimja in which befides many I fli is excel lent If flie can fo the parts think bid fair to tjie iate Celebra ted in Tragedy in I he greatly furpailes having fevs capital characters in that of to the greateft re ceived a and defcrved auplaufe he played the fwo very interefttng fcenes the Third wiih jreat eafe and Davis tiie character pf and counterfeited the drunkun Xjeft very has fome merit in but in placcs over n6ts it He feem ed tp me t6 copy whicli I would a3 that is often tie fuilt other wife good in the fhort part of proyes that he uudtrftwixis what he is He is iptaks vshh and is daily I mult int for get whofe was Ifliajljuft beg before 1 to allure that what I have wrote is he i fuit of my own private and that I am not ate aiiited with any one of in al pivba never hail anl would rot hsve uviibled you with btjt in hopes that be ib Obliging as to give it a place in your nrsv jriducc fome perfon capableof handling the ujci to tiakeup his Id the PRINTER of the I AM an haufekeeper who has been for many years ftrjving to get forward f j well in tlve world as to be able leave fomething behind rpe for children therefore every encreafe in piice of any necefiary oflife not only affects by leflen ing what I might othehvife hurts my VVhcn any thing becomes demthrougl real bad piany other way as God why I am content but when it become Ib at inan t muft own I am not Small beer is a ntcejlatv ofUfe wilh working peo ple water is too weak to fupport their and ftrong beer is whst no man can afford to give journeymen and Apprentices for their common di My buiinefs me to haie many journey and I have alfo ftveral I ajlcw them ten milling and wegencrally Htinktwo per week that Utweiity liiliings yon ktscw but ftill I would not grucge money if I my pennyworth for my but the of late are fo very ftcrt of fhnt I am fure 1 pay near two ftiiilings in a barret more than Is riot tliis an nrmre at that am abfolutely defrauded of an pounds right fhilljpgsa You told us tliac ejbwt was abominalm to the LarJ if tnen I am fure thofe who make fuch fhoit meafured and thofe who fell beer in muft bzmoftalvmi fome may cdmplain to your and if it is hot get beer from ano ther I have comilained and ckangrd arid changed and complained to no purpoie and1 1 can find no redreft unlefs I was to aud thac I I ought not ro do alone it is nol only a private grievance to but a great one to the and ought to be looktd For do bt t calculate fuppofe on hmidred houfes in the Bills of and that each of on an confume only half a barrel of beer per and in that hair there is a deficiency of two and there is often a much greater this will make the on for one tobeioo oco fdr the whole amounts t 14 or prodigious quantity to hs gained by fraud and if we only value the imrJl beer at per an the in money will be ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTV SAND POUNDS A Surely this is a public tfe have fuch a tun fqueezed out of the A thing of thu confluence to the public not to have its remedy left to any vdu wrll fince that will no more cure it in ge neral than the now and tlien fining n few rakeis will caufe all to make all cur bread fi 1 weight and I firmly believe there are moie honelt tha i honeft brewers in this Why are nor ill the calks properly ftamped thU hould and why are not the oftcers of the exclie ordered to gage the retailing aa Us t e coppers and empowered to all which do not anfwejthe gage I hope fome abler who is better qualiUl for writing to the public tlnn I will undertake to let this aftair in fo clear a that jt will in the eyes of the legiihture and product ought certainly to alarm anJ put us all upon examination into the caufe and th Abettors of fuch f redrefs may A MIDDLING
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