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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 15, 1766, London, Middlesex afid New I 353 F R I D A U U S T H A Y M A R K R The SECOND By his T die OPERA in the HAV MARKBTJ THIS being the ijth of Will Y B E R V E D Jaffier by B A R R Y Palmer j Re Hurtt Pierre by L E t Duke Lewis j Murdeti i Mr Quick MGeorge Nelfonj Reviledoj Wild Weedon 5 Francis by To which will be added a farce callwl Fribble with a long in changer MGeorge Palmer i Quick j by GILPIN Boxes Pit Firft Gallery Upper Gallery The pit and galleries to be opened at five the boxes at To exaftly at No perfon can be admitted behind the Ladies are defired to fend their iervanU atfour of at the Little Vivant For the BENEFIT of By his MAJESTYS T the THEATRE ROYAL in HAY oa bring the will be performtd aJ called E A U X S T R T A her by a ag his firft appearance on the Davis Palmer Bo Lewis Keen 5 Hurlt Sir les Quick j Scrub by WESTON M George j End of Aft A favourite Song m Love in a by End of the Joe Hainess on an by SHU To which will called The CREDULOUS Taken from The OLD The Credulous Hulbznd by Who has not performed that part thefe ten Boxes Gallery The honfe will be open at fix and begin fxaflty at Tisketl to be and places of at Vivant Rex i J i W i of the EJLEQY oa the DHAT H Efy is obliged to be i omorrow Sonieiime in THM or Will ne SOLD by remainder of the whereof fifty five 1 years are ot DEVONSHIRE being a capital fituate in Devon now in the occupation of SAMVEL who is going to remove to the houfe late in Spitalfields the faid houfe having lately fub ftaiitially new fronted and and contains on the ground floor an elegant httte hall and ftaircaffc two parlours and four compleatly the cielings 15 fVet high 5 a very convenient fide bord with water laid into and a done paved lofty fcullery with pump and large two clofets and two large tnens and a good houfekeepers with three very ufefully fitted with good light and three Vaults underneath an excellent Hone large IRESERVOIR for and a force pump to con prater up two pair of Ibirs 5 alfo two pair core ixodiows light back ftaircafes to the firft and fe read and which contain on the firft floor five large roomy and a with coved cieliugs feet and a cornpleat water with a cittern and fink in an adjacent two other clofets with lackers and flielves a gallery leading and with wo large ligntdofets 1aflwd End two four Urge feven other wkh convenient cloaths lockers and preffes upper floor aie four large ana a fine laundry feet and two finks to convsy awuy Near the front great door in the Square is a handibme iron railed entrance into a large wine vault 90 feet n feet and feet I left aok a jthough worth more and the ground rent of the whole is a yard is an asea of 78 feet by 60 feet part paved and fart pitched with a Colorado icreen to the entrAnee of the and R ftack of three good dry ware jo feet by n with an adjacent coach and aYery largeRESERVOlR for with a dlmking ciftern for a lofty ftable with fix a corn and oaachmans room j anoyier area off with iron and planted with 48 feet by and iaclofed by wall feet and two rows of blank windows a iione raifed pannel and dial in the on be left fide whereof is a large light oaeceflfary ncatiy and two largediy warehoufes 13 Feet by with crane and which Sir RANDOLPH KNIPE uled for hemp and pot and has a back door into Ortndjane j likewifc a large front gallery in the with another behind it fur by a faculty fronj the At which time will be fold feveral marble ftatues and a capital original bronzeofGtpANi procured by thelatc Baron DE of Florencft and iikewtfe foine capital among them theBattles of Le BruAs ajaborious work of two abls Italian highly fit for a large being ii feet by 5 witnin the j the Triinnphal Entry into and are fett by 5 j and put inftf wood Taber nacle painted glafFeo and Ita lian whereof will be timely ivenio puljlic pape Prom the F O L I C NEW DAILY ADTERTISER faned to tie mult through ivbieh it poffes bos lately been tbi meant of detecting fo many and of ap prehending fu many that it may fa proptr give THIS PUBLIC That tbi vail be constantly inferted in THIS PAPERS JUCH INFORMATIONS are properly aitendtd by BUYERS OF SECOND HAN D c L few robberies iviR deftfiien ttyccially if ALL PERSONS make ule of the ame paper to advertife their lofles For the UNFORTUNATE INHABITANTS BARBADOESi is the honour and felicity of all rtho bear thd nanieof in I he prelent that they need only to be made acquainted with the more ftrikingcalamities of human life to alleviate according totheir fpeediiy and All Europe with the public hand extenied to relieve ancl maintain our vat when and during the late war and effectually to thrown on our coait by on the return of be fupei fluaus trame an ela borate on behalf of our Brethrtn ami reduced to the fevereft by the lati caLmnj in theextrafts printed In letters written on the Ipeak for tin By inevitable where no infiiiante is pra6Vica the fortunes of the moft opulent inhabitants in a few dreadfully impaired and the little All of in fubortiiiiruion to by hone It diligence and induttry ought a decent iub was totally The lofs is moderately computed at THREE HUN DRED THOUSAND POUNDS As a partial until the benevolence of the public could be generally 48 of the more immediately intereited in the joined by the Right Honourable Lord the Worfhip ful the Sailers Samuel William Charles and John Efqrsj Ccvtman md nd John James Brad Alexander and a Lady have ub fcribed of which wiil be imme diately fent to Barbadoci m Awhe bit Sir John Daniel John ilulip George Aiexander Daniel Joim Robert and Jjteph Efqrs B Jacob James Frederick Somers John and thenpre fent together with Nathaniel Efq and John farown j and every contributor of or were ap pointed to meet at Lloyds coffee at on Wednttday the of every fortnight afterj for tke manage ment of this Mtfll Backwell and Pallmall Child and Sir Joleph Hankey and Sir Charles Afgill and Richard Glyn and Browns ami Fuller and and Lee and Ay in the are to receive dona tions for this laudable to which thefroalkft contribution will be and thankfully although it claims the molt liberal of the affluent and vj Letters reaived from Sarbadoes fiutt ibe May My wliole crop ot ginger and fugar has unhappily except 10 by a fire that has demolifhert above in together with a vaft quantity of our as well as great ftore of goods im proviiions and condition is mott as to thofe of the lowr By this hip you have doubtlefs many ac counts of our ad misfortune the when the paimipal traders were burnt and their ftores great deal of fugar is but more rum ami latter is computed at 800 number of haules near which by the veftry boukslett at per aud may be well eftimated at total lod cannot be fhort of this money all the great part of Swan and the are ly ing chiefly intfiree the lofs is prodigious families have nat laved a fecohd iujt ef and many are without the common veniencies of On the from eleven oclock at night to feven in the the better part of BridgeTown by a molt raging re duced to houles of alraolt all the mer chants are general lofs you may as annual the ruins amount to near but the diitrelfed and diltraded fitua tion of the during and after this moil mlancholy can fcarce be 1 Opulent and mott worthy families thought happy in finding ikeher in the indif ferent hope our gracious mafter will be bountiful to his diftreiled and that the will not be backward to re lieve our fevere For the undoubted CURE of the SCURVY and all erup tive ESSENCE of Thofe who are fo happy as to try will be convinced thathere can fcnroe exiftin nature an equally and elegant cure for and all fcorbutic disorders Fmm iti uncommonly yet gentle operation on i he it will net uffer the leaft impurity to remain therein in the furprifmg iecauio manner it fp never to the deepaft leprofy and curvy thw human nature was ever afflicted with as well asthmoftinvQ Wrate ulcers inflaipma tionsof pimplud and cutjneous complaints of every kind leaving the blood in and the Ikin as as the heaUhieft newborn babe in the Any further particulars if thought ne ceflary may he and he advice of a ikilful furgeim the kaft addirionil by applyingany forenoon froni 9 to to at his name upon ihe dioi in Southampton Bloomftuiy and where ESlnce of MioetaU fold ot wiapped in printed Kytteatt it is fold alfo at VernorV on hill at In Letters from1 or tit NEW BOOKS I M p o R T E By BECKET and DE near in the ECUE1L de Lettres de aurres Pieces relatives a fa Perfecution a fa Defence le tout tranfcrit dapres les t Collection des Lettres fur les Par de Les Contes de Edition de Tableau de Bonheur par For t Elixir par de Auteuhqe Nouveau pour Arnois de 2 Manuel du quirenferme les Connoif lances neceffaires pour conferVer le Cheval en pour le guerir eii cas de par le Baron de Le Premier Alcibiade ds Campagne de Loilis Prince de en en Par Carlet de la avec Les ConteiSes ou les Charmantes Le cxns 3 Hi Amoui xufe de Pierre le Long de oil Ilieureux Par de Comte da Sidnei Hjftoire Par 13 16 1Autcur du Comte de LaCoiutefle de Vergi Kaoul de Anians i Lettres Hiltoite de Madenxoifelle Paris 4 ou la Fille de la Berlin Contes Pldlofophiques par de la a des Rois Catholiques Ferdinand Sc I fa Paris Partie de Challe de Henri La Fee Faitoi ales de Kecueil dc Chanibns par le Sieur Mo 3 avec Chanfons Of the above Bookiellers maybe had aCata ue of Foreign Books by For tbe Liters The GENTLEMANS GUIDE A CONSTANT READER ofthe md A fit lajl An Addrfjs to late Great become a little My LordmiP having failed in the adulatory Addrefles to our gracioui though at tempted by your NorthEfid friend as were pro o have catered in your or agreeably td your ufual yau Would have applied to yourlclf j I mult deiire to for 30 yeara paft looked Upon you with won djtr and aftonimment at the fame time I can didly acknowledge I am at a lofs to determine whe ther your words and orthe infatuation ofthe the greateft fubjcfts for Yottr your my have been re peatedly founded in our and the I am will never be forgot by lateft It is an arduous tafk to recapitulate our forrows and our ftifferings infandjtm renriiare dolorem but it at this time and therefore I mail attempt and fet before the things which thou though tis pain and grief to but in as few words as I am my had granted you the powers of or not of found by which were capable of rendering fervice to yosr country 5 but you abxifed thefe and perserted rheirproper end Inftead of rendering them by making them fubfervient to the iu of the you employed them as in Uruments of your ambition Inltead of opening the eyes of tha people to their true you have thrown duft in them to their confufion You have blinded them by vain and Simulated them to consent and approve of meafures which led ftrait to fet my with oppofing rmdabufing one of the ableft Miuifters this kingdom ever had in which youxftigmatized the Monarch with weak or wickednefs in you infuhed the Prince in You diftreffed and ruined tbe and you immediately joined ii protecting the man j by whether Sir Ro bert Walpblfr was guilty or you were goflty ofthe higheft injuftice to the thtpeo and the You and held a Urge when you knew infore eonfeien you had no equitable right or pretence to You were the if not the fole caufe of rtifing a ferment in the whkh rendered the Wtmdft feverity of puniftiment precluded and procured the of A You infulted the you wounded the heart of good old by your barbarous and lent inveftives againft his paternal You raj fed an inveterate and diflionourable abhorrence among the people to all foreign countries on the con You you that no Englifli pr mould ever be tranfported thi ther you ftormed your Monarchs forced yourfelf into broke all your and broke the convention by which we were releafed from a continental and poured an inundation of Englifli troops and Englifh riches into that Was this of wickednefs We all know and woefully feel that it was Did the fuccefs we met with in the made during your arife from your or underftanding Was every fuccefsfu plan and did not almoit every one ot them fail at firft one Rochfort from ignoraace leuvs with language fit to men writS to afceud the 4te craggy rocksf and ftorra a breach would ftr tbe alarm do this Was your plan of the brave and treafure in lopping of the branches one when the axe iiave been ltid at to the root of the tree the work of ah able a weak head Was Vour leaving tjie Frehirb the fource of their fichesj the of war unr conquered till ihe jaftj i proof of your abilities But where was your great merit in conducting a war with at in expehce whitli might havi purchafed the fee fitnple of the whole your merit in coriducting a through the blindnefs ofthe by your fupplies were granted yithatit which were as much the aftfjmihment of niankimi f as they are now become the I amen of e wry and feriing individual ol this miftrsbie country The greateft difficulties which cvtr di ftretixd any Mrniftry from on a pro ceeded from enemies at home You had none of thefe to complain of Dont rniftake my my enemies you and many ve fy uncleluded insh in the kingdom was foch btit you had no oppofers you reigned Lord If youtLbrJfhip is nor acquaint ed wiih tliefeafon of thoJr I will in form The the the cnthu fiafm of the people was fo Heaven having permitted you to be the cf their deu ih order totheir future as a pu nifhment for their wicksdnefs tat any Ach at tempt would have been vain they lovtd their country too well to hazard ruin by any fruitlefs attempt the tide of popiahir fury and They knew your inability but they knew tliat the peo ple could riot be any made of it but by would hot give you the Icalt room to complain ot bl want of of ihe means of carrying on the 1 hey if they gave you line what B it any child in with your and thofe meant you were rnsfif r would have done every thing which was done that during your guid hot only but amuch Itfs cjtpence both of blood and Bat the the fole end of war is to acquire peace There they kritw you were Hill more impo tent my were not fo Weak as not to be fenfibleof rendered that tafk infinitely more difficult from your own im had raffed the paiH jns of the people to a pitch of defire Ond which if was im nature of evertto gratify cr You had traniformed Ihem from ttiT chants to Yonr Gazettes Extraordi nary your idle proceffionsj ycnr Tower and had heated and turned their brains not became their paflion like your was rot to be fatisfied till they had gafped thing which To palliate the flanghter in North you pfoclaimetl that a Canada ma ft be to be ever retained by Us but you you ought to have that the retaining that and wholly driviapout the WouLl be and a real mill tone to England a rifing and flourifhing as our colonies would infallibly afpire at and be pro duftive of tnoubles in A Minifter fit for id d fliould not be a politician you ftioud not have tlie jeople with paflion for any particular til you wce fare i conld be retained with nnd Atlength you hccame ienfible that ra tion was tottering unrier the load cf your dear bought conqueft j that we were exhauftcd b th of men and money unable to recruit our or to man our without taking almoft every and artificer from their efTential to our very exigence TJiat our fliips wanted our navy to being iufufficient to defend and proteft our com merce and conquefts already in every part uf the and to maintain even a war i That theneceflary fupplies for thefe purpcfcs ccud not be raifed but with difficulty and great di the laige ftims in the hands of particulars as none lend out fufficient and higher prt poMionable to the wants of government anj the taxes wsre then encreafed to that enor from their natural the rife of the necefTaries of life and of would difable and preclude us from any foreign You faw the other powers of alarmed with the though mad attempt of ourgiafping at a univerfal menaichy of the Teas and of preparing to flop this rage for laughter and c n quelts which you had and a new and frefh enemy entering rhs lifts againff in to top this madnefs at the fame time that afeeble friend muii be protected that your continental army could iitnher be recruited or drawn Thefe I you probably faw if you you were the blindeit of mankind you ihercfoe wiflied for peace but you were fenfibie v our talents were not equal to that but mor vir tuous You fweated fcr that empty foami ot to which ycu had ever incenfcj for which you had facrificed an but whom you firtt deceived under the mafk of and then brought to the Yau dreaded their froni thefe golden dreams into which you had luled then you dreaded their juftrelentmentj not with out renfon you were that a as founded on cur exhsuited world point out to be truly and ftridt y would be execrated by thofe whom you had fcrewetl up to the highett pitch of aud who nieafure thtgoottnafs of any to be by
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