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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 14, 1766, London, Middlesex A U G US T The o N iT N By his MAJESTYS T the OPERA HOUSEi ip1 the HAY tjie ijth of will Jaffier by BARRY BarJin i Palnltf j Re Hurit j Pierre by L Lewis Murder Mr Keen Quick MGeoiW Nelfon towel 5 Kevitedo j Wild Weedon Francis 5 Mr MMahon 5 Belyidefa by DANCER Tpwhich wilTSe added a Farce called MVSS IM HER T N fongin character SHUTER j Mfi Palmer 5 Quick Mifc Biddy fcy Mife G I L P I Boxes Firflr Gallery Upper pit and galleries to be opened at five the boxes at To begin exactly at Nb petfoh can be admitted behifcd the ifcadies are defired to fend their if rvants at four to keep PEWS Hi be as of at the Little yivant Rex i AY AUGUST VINCENT and GOR Froprietcrs and Managers of the at itings Theatre in the e to inform the nobility and that eogagedthtfbeft company of thftt qgtfd be gat in for the performing of fe ftoot gtntf Operas next feafon at the aid their and are ex arrive uHwdutLon this The Cpm fcjlows celebrated firft firft Signer teicond Mtfc fecond Signer GralEY Signora tnird O I Signet firft nVt firft Mift firft Signer the old man v fecond third There are two capital principal which are the fame tjafefcom AND the JP O L 1 C E G A T T fi E NEW jj9nL V ADVEKTISS jsinfd to the variety through iybittt it lately been to fo many ap fb many msy h in i HIE properly atttndtd to by OF 8ECONB HAND frw nbberiu will tfcape dettftion tf Alt PBRSONS make uteof the me paper to Mvertife their lofles F I E L D I or toy are for immediate dtfyatcb to edljilver rinter aftkis T A i E L O T i E K five per deductedfrom the hares and but fix pounds from the ipftfluLof ten 5 notwithstanding they are fold price in the examined and paid as foon by WENiiAM and at their State Lottery in ths Poul facing and were Hrawn cf ten thouland pounds each in the lait and foldat this Schemes of the Lottery given gratis and letters pottpaid duly Our likewile all mem bers of nvy depend On their having their and onthemoftrea fonable and the money remitted them for the prizes and blanks as foon as drawn and all bufinefs relating to the Lottery tranfafted with the greattft care and drawing of Lottery will begin on Monday the i7th of P A T N T L K CLOT HIS Majeftys Letters Patent having been lately granted for making and vending an exceeding tine cloth comppfei of iilk and which being much and thinner than fu perfiae Spanifh is greatly preferable to any of that fort for and other robes in general fiimmer todies and all other gar whereeafe is The proprietor the and that js now the fale by in Gerrard and where elfe in England with proper allowance to and alfo to merchants who buy it for ex At tlie fame warahoufa only are to Circaffian filk and other petticoafSj and ajl other forts of mercery both filk at the loweft To the Lrvirttf tbt FRENCH HE French being of a great advantage amengft t traders and merchants in luch a flonriming ladies and gentlemen defirous to it in its may be taught at home raid abroad by a na tive of who was the the and who has taught Latin and French many years in fome of the molt reputable Acade mies ii and about An Evening where ladies and gentlemen learn the molt difficult poinrs ct the language in a Tery expeditious manner and as grown perfons can apply themlelves like young ones in getting by he therefore has an hour every evening to teachit by way of Attendance every evening from fix till and from eight till ten Oclock Saturday Pieaieto apply at his in Crown near who yvant to improve them felvtsin the French board in the fa as French hxonrtantly fpbkea in tire M A R Y B O N E G A R D E N mufical entertainments will be continued JL every Admittance one hilling each The doors to be opened at fire and the mufic to begin precifely at There will be a new under the direc tion of lint price in COLLECTION of By A Being fuch as patted through feveral and were generally approved of ay the Public in the Reign of George Printed for Richardfon and under the Royal WeavtrsHally July diftrefs of the fik manufacturers being at prefent very and many hundred families out of occafioned by the remarkable quan tities of Italian and French fi India plain and and printed worn in this king this from principles of humanity and find themfelves under a neceffity of put ting the laws vigorously fn execution and as they trould be much concerned to ofFend any who from ignarance of tne and unacquainted with the diftreffes of the poorj may inctfr confiderable pe they hereby that proper perfons employed to give and that the ex of the ieveral afts are as tinder THAT after the of June fio fo rejgn wrought filks or velvets mail be imported or brought into Great Britain or the iflands of or upon paiji of being feized and forfeited and the further penalty of for each piectfor remnant fo to be paid by the with cofts of That no mantua or other perfon or perfons fliaU or axpofe to fale difpofe of any foreign wrought iilk or which fliall not have before ef or workJBor make up the or any wearing or upon pain that all fuch foreign wrought fik or velvet gar or or ether work made fo fold or expofed to bar trucked or dilpofed or made or upon any or or other work and the or ether or upen which die fame fliall bfe fo or made be feized and forfeirtrd inall perfons who fliall or to or difpole or kn w ingly or make or or procure to be or nwde or upon any or or other any fuch foreign wrought filk or velvet not imported bdfore the i4th of June fui every fach forfeit with tofts of all foreign Cik or or odiei work made which after the mth of June mall be imported into bit or into or whe her tbefame fliall be mixed fewed or made up with any or otherwife and the or other ma ma deaniaiionfhallblforfeited and the haber milliner or other dealer or maker of any of the faid in cuf or the fame mall be found and every piece or remnant of fuch foreign wrought or or other work made which fliall be fo feized and found as for feit with One meiety of afl penalties and forfeitures to be to the ufe of thi Kings and the other moiety tojthe per fern or perfons who hall fue for the The proof where the goods were minufaftured tojye upon the owner or iued or not upon the plaintiff or They a1 i j think publiih the abfiraft of the following by n and la William for the more employing the by encour aging Hie manufactures ofthis kingdom After the of Septeotber no wrought of the manufacture of or or or trained ftiall be worn or otherwile ufed in or the town of Berwick upon unlefs made up and ufed in apparel or furniture before of September by Stat George is extended to furniture made up before the of Dtceraber And all fuch whether or made up for with any other or mate which hall be found in any ware or other place whatlbever other than rach warehoufesas fliall be approved by theCommiflloners of his Majeltys Cultoms mail be and lia ble to befearched fur and And and above the lofs of the the per or in whofe knowing the fame hail be or eized 5 or that hall difpofe to any perfon other than for exportation and the fame be exported ac cordingly ikjall forfeit i third of the faid pe and ef what bill arife fala of goods which after condemnation t be fold for ex portation to be to the ufe of the Kings Majefty the other atliirds to fuch or who hall feizc and profecute for the And if any perfon hall import any of the faid goods into any other than the port of or into the port of andnot make due en tries befidt s the forfeiture of the faid forfeit the fum of And that by to preferve and en courage the woollen and ilk manufactures ofthis and for more employing the by prohibiting the ufe and wear of all or dyed ia hoUf hold furniturr or none fnall ufe or wear in in any garment and or dyed under the penalty of to the informer tor every offence fuch isjlonnation to be made within fix days before a Tuftice of the The Matter and Wardens of the faid Com pany give that if any peribn or perfons will give or leave information with Clerk ta the faid at their Hall in Bafinghall of any offence againlt the faid or of ths name of the informer to be con if defired fo as the offenders may be con vifted hall be paid TWENTY POUNDS by the faid on By A U T H O I T For the Benefit Jif MivB AD Dp AT the on Monday being rheiSth of will be prefented a Comic called The M A I D of the The Music by the Eminent Lord Sir Harry Syca BADDELBY 5 Bannilter Branfljy Keaiberry Dibdin Hopkins Love Lady Sycamore Crofs ji Baddeley Gypfies Mifs Mifs With by Signor and Mifs To which will be added the End of ait by particular Baddeley will prefent the audierice with tlie PICTURE of a PLAYHOUSE BUCKS HAVE AT YE End of the a fliort Comic Epilogue Inter LAEOUR in VAIN A after by To which will be added A As will be exprefled in the bills of the Tickets to be had of in crofs Richmond and of at the ftage To the Right Hnmurable tut GOVERNORS LUKES My LORDS PLtASE to accept my humble tHanks for your kind appearance in my behalf at the riectten yelterday for Apothecary and though I failed of fliall ei er retain a uft and grafefnl fenfe of yeur favours Being ignorant of the nature o pe titioning as candidates generally do and this hav ing prejudiced feveral gentlemen as to my I beg for their Tatisfaclion and my own cha to thatlferved a five years jo an eminent furgeon and In Leighton Bedfordfhire afterwards lived with Boyle two years was a drefler unJer at hofpitai attended Watfons anatoaiical 1 Smiths leftures on and thofe of miJwJfry Mackenzie fince have redded in the It and hdtliecare ot vei7 large but being eized with a bilious fever and a paralytic I was obliged to return I beg pardon for having given you and very re My Lords and Your much and m oft obedient THOMAS FRENCH tbe I tiers ftgntd An ANTIGALLIC ISOFF and A DIA LOGUE between RALPH and HODGE To the PRINTER of the late lameduck Miniftry has at Jaft waddled out of the alley of and left their walk to the partizans of a titled Pes who comes into his place by the grace of aTory From fuch a Miniftry what ex pectations can we form f That we may an Twer this qaeftion proprie we need only confider what what muft be the temper of a man whofe ultimate aim is pen ami There never were but two reafons upon which an Englilh Court pro ceeded in advifing the grant of a peerage to an im portant The and moil natural is founded on a view to well the intereftof the Court in the Houfe of by the addition cf a favourable which may help them out on a prefllng The fecond induftive of the grant of a arifes from an indention to re out of theHoufe of Commons art impracticable wkofe avenOe the Premier cannot The former motive hss prevailed ever fince the Crown amimed the power of calling Common by into the Houfe of and influ enced Queen Anne to create no fewer than twelve j Peers at for the fake of obtaining a parlia mentary approbation of the treaty of The latter motive never was adopted by Court of England till the importance of theHoufe of Com mons grew to that that the votes of Houfe were able to encounter the arrangements of a Cabinet and ftrike terror into the bread of the rwughtieft Ccfurtier which happened not till the reign ot Charles Before thatreign the Englifh hittory affords us noinftanceof the advance ment of a Commoner in to aplaceat or to the rank of a at that oppoiiticn began to be the road of eve ry and is like to continue fuch till this at le has parted la the beginning of the reign I have now Sir Thomas one of the Members for the county of oppofed the then fchemes of with an ineditable He always well of the and blamed his Counfellors with a caution which placed him out of Toe reach of the Attorney Our cuftoms approve not of and profecu tions could be of no effecVagainU a gentleman who went not in his dikourfes beyond the line of the There was therefore no method of preventing his endeavours againft the influence of the Crown in the Houfe of but by tempt ing him into the Houfe of Peers by the offer of a Co The fpirit and eloquence of that while a formed an unfurmountable ob ftacle to the then arbitrary views of the Court and it was that if he could be prevailed on to ac cept of a the fame great qualities which displayed in the in that be employed with equal fuccefs in promoting the enlargement of the power of the Crown in the higher A King courted Sir Thomass friend and ambition perfuaded him to liften to his So Sir Thomas Wentworth was created Earl ot and the Earl patronized a faction which the Commoner pretended to It as was tKatthe fame vigour o mind attended the Earl after which had formerly recommended ninr to the psblic no tice bithisfentiments were arid with his feelings his difpofitiori towards his c untry al of a ItrehueUs fiipporter of thofe meafnrps which the then objeils of na tional Sir Thomas WehtwortKs idvancemfrtt the rank of an the was diffmbarraflld of oppciiitien of an impracticable and gained over to its Whofc nffvous eloquence had oftea been very fenfibly feltintlit Houfe of Bdt conqaeft addition to the of the Cbujt Party Oh the this event haftened of the phantom which it was intended The food to the favour of the people wwftjJl their iir tue remained tliouglr SirThomasi was overcome by this temptation And rtifeEarl of ford at though tco for ced that his importance rnHhe Houie of Gommons was not fo much owing to the eminence of men powers as to the patriot ufe he madciif natural M A much later in ouf oVn prfeftfittjd in ail parallel of die influence of a Coronet oter the Mn PUltney for fbmfc PITT of the m whkfi lie pofed Sir Robert molt fTeftiicio with the firmnersbf a and an elo quence whicH would have done to in the polifeft times of tHat great He ceptsd a PetiMgej and continued Ins exiftence in the Earl bvitlhe mo Commoiver thofe dad him to the efteehi of his fellow fubjecls I mran Coronets neceflarily oxtlnguifb patriot virtues I viovdd piiZfieanhiitcrian to quote many ihflanees f which it with be that thtvivtHesof thfe Commoner furvived in the new creaedj I Piil i ney fome the PITT of a fate reign bslii ve ftiall mt be found to he much if fay Pitt is the of thde He has accepted of a Peerage at of thefecret of this difmiffid from the Fffnch and SpaniavHs thofe tsi rors which they had fo juttly confeiveji atbls retuin intathe in the thofe1 tremors which Pitts in fluence with the people conitantly ittfpiredi Hi hat alfo deprived bis county of a Patriot itv whole integrity multitudes no more this is net has defatted hpneft TEMPLE by that defenian proclaiin ed himfelf a tool of the Is this nil it is He has drove the olduft ftrvaat of the Reyal Houfe of Hanover from a palace which he has aiinoft fpent his whole There is no c Id nun who remembers not the attachment cf the Duke of Newcaltle to the prefsnt Royal their acceflion to this and hit endea vours to fupport the inrcrefis that before it became the regningfamiy And I fancy the fmecure eHnployinent bellowed on that by our amiVjfe ras re garded as a grateful return forfthe fcrviccs ot his But ths penfioned Patriot looked with long ing eyes on the faliry and perquifresbf tiiisjineeurt and the ayarics of patriots nuft be Had the late Great Commoner reijgned his vital fo foon as the came of granting penfion pofterity would have ndmircd his vir ue j bat the retention of that penfion convinced the intelli gent part of the world of of a predomi nanfpamon in his with every patriot Nomanoffsnie will heliewethsft ava rice and patriotifm wi4 ever lodge lefs cKn fnppofe that one who hunts and is fo find of money that he wrll even cept of fuch a to be held during the pie fure of a can appear in a refpr ftahle light the eye of a man of tolerable good Is not the acceprancs of a upon the terms of being mid during the plea fi ire pf the a cler undertaking to comply uith the pleafure cf the Favourite not the Great Patriot deferted of the people of Eng land far the fake of a and the augmentation of his Penfionrevenues Has he nt vacatedliis feat for the fake of a revenue dependant on the will of the Favourite What txjteciafions we entertain of him is not this conduct a manifeft proof of the regnancv of avnrice and liis breait i ir not an evidence of his rcfoluiion tofacrifice nerenfrer on the of The late Great Com uner fallen intorhe trap laid for him by the alreadv annihilated with pto pends lolely upoa the uritr enjoy the lalary of tht faetttre p lately But ilu FavearitJ tlurcby in volved his adminiftration in frelh The name of the Great Commoner cannot now funcHfy a tax or a The people of England are new in fame condition with a widow whoe h is juft She looks for another even among the are equally delirotis of a patriot to liead We are as fond of a favourite eF this fort as any Monarch can be of one who enlarges his This being our known eve ry man of abilities in a certain IIoue not far from will exert all tm faculties in our in order to gain our he may fill the chair the late Great Commoner has The fa vour of the people of England is till worth feme pains ts be bellowed in the art lefs worth by feventy millions than we were when we fell in love with our late le the lot of humaa nature to dafire the His it aid it now de long he fliall which he has
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