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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 29, 1766, London, Middlesex FR I D A U G U S T HAY MA R K B By hit M AtE S T Y T the OPERA in the HAY M THIS the ajth will be per j N G LEA Lear by BARRY Johnfon 5 Aickm tfor the ad time Hurft Palmer Quck j The MGeorge Phyt Cornwals Lewis Firft Matthews j Powel Gentleman n George j Worley Caftle 5 To which will be added a The LYING V ISharp by S H UT E R i J Murden Beau Qg Caftle Davis5 Kitty Johnftan j Firft Gallery Upper Gallery The pit and galleries to be opened at five the boxes at To begin exactly at No perfon can be admitted behind the Ladies are defired to fend their fervants at four to keep to be as of at the Little Vivant Rex On Monday by The PROVOKED For the BENEFIT of By his MAJESTYS THEATRE ROYAL in the HAY on Tuefday being the id will be performed a called The M I N Being pofitively the laft time of performing that piece this COLE by FOCTEj Richard Aickin j Sir William Caftle the Davis j Pahner 4 MGeorge and WESTON j S H U T E R Lucy by Mifs G I L P I End of Act A New by Arnaud and Mils End of the SHUTER wHl for that jiight only entertain the Ladies and Gentlemen with POSTHAS TE OBSERVATIONS in his to To which will be added a called The DOUBLE Phelim CF with Songs in by SHUTER Marquis de Fanfaron by Quick 5 Murden j Je MGeorge Boxes Pit Gallery The houie wtU be open at fix and begin exactly at Tickett to be and places of at the Vivant Ikis dfut price The SECOND of 4 SHORT VIEW of the POLITICAL LIFE and TRANSACTIONS of a late Right IMQJflER To which is A FULL RETurXTiON of aa invidious fuppofed to be pubfiihed under the fanction of a very popular An E K qy i R Y into the Conduct of a late Right And a in anfwer to a virulent An EXAMINATION of the Principles and bctetfed Diftintereftednefs of a late Right Prlntedibr in in the S B O R N in G A r N AVING purchafed the remaining copies of Scotts Supplement te Stevenss Greek The and Scapulas formerly fold for two now offers them till Chriftmas for one guinea in or one five hillings half binding 5 after the time the price will be advanced to one pound ten Where may be Baileys Etymological Englifh containing fome hundred words omitted in Johnfons by NOWM fale one of thelargeft collection of which will continue felling daily till the ift of January Catalogues may be had price and if the money to be giver back with a difaount of ana fifteen per in proportion to the There are fome neat bookcafes to b 4Mf bled and a pair of and fome manu tcnpt Anothet Cfe of a mot inveterate Scurvy cuied by the celebrated The ESSENCE ROBERT in Magpye from motives of the raoft benevolent nature to the makes this public that a fon of his eight years old was afBitted with ftich univerfal violent eruptions from his birth as fcarce to leave a place frae all over His head was almoft always an entire under which there was a great quantity of corrected matt attended with the tnoft offenfive Dnell For ihis tte boy had but all without effeft j at Turner was recommended to a trial efthe fefleQce of and by that time the ch Id hid tskea abottle and an the matter ceafed the naufeous fmel the erwptions the came away in a fort of dry and his is Another child of ill not fobad the other of the fama difagrseable has been entirely cured alfo by the medicine from wheisee Turner is juftly led to that the Ef lence of Minerals is at great a purifier as if not a greater than any medicine hkhejrio ROBERT As a precaution againft a return the tho prcliably the children continued the medi cine fome after all appearances the Any further particulars if thought neceflary may and the advice of a ikilful furgeon without tjie leaftadJitional applying any from ine to at his his name upon the in and where the Eflence of Minerals is fold in bottles of wrap yed inflaia printed direftionsj by the authors ap it foldby Verrrfjr and bookfel at in Letters from crgentlemen of the if A D V E R T V S E Jy4 E N THE Proprietors of the MonJtnly Reviewliaving particularly advertifed to jhat for the years containing a Review of the principal Foreign Publications during that period j the Author of laid Appendix for thefe finds it in jultice to himielf and to the to acquaint that he is not the Author the laft Appendix to VoL fpr the prepnt nor is in arty refpeft concerned in that having farmed connexions withfeveral of the firft Rank in of efta felithing a Literary JR a and ISDEPENDANT Plan 5 of the particular nature and publication of timely notice wijl be K E N R I C To the and FREEHOLDERS oftbi County HIS Majefty haying been giacioufly pleafed to appoint me jointly with Lord to be Paymafter of the my feat in parliament is thereby become vacant 1 therefore humbly intreat the honour of your vote ana intereft at the next afluring you of my fteady attachment to the laws and liberties of this and of my grateful attention to the and profperity of my who upon fo hewn fuck an affectionate regard to Their moft and Moft obliged humble GEORGE The misfortune I have met with in breaking my I plead my excufe for not making a perfonal application at in the Craftfman of Saturday laft a paragraph was that Beard has refufed to engage me for the enfuing I having not only demanded a alary equal to with a moxlefty pecaliar to my required the liberty of performing only when I to the abovementioned fliould I alledge every juft reafon for making I jhould be as deficient in modefty as the perfon in the latter endeavoured to impofe fo great a falmood on the Had he faid that I de manded Woodwards falary for performing on every unlefs rendered incipahle by real he had fliewn fumeregard to truth and mo deity B R E N AT the corner of Georges is variety of floor of the and other manufactories fome of them are the exaci pattern and colours wf the and may be wove to the length ct any room without ntay fee reaionably Tup plied with either by the or in bed furniture and window curtains maJe ilfo with blankets bed nnd itovedryd that nviy be depended on to he entirely tit A neat lecondhand light with har to be difpoied Enquire as A Ready at a N Y perlbn in want of money for may be immediately Sy apply ing at the Warehouse for buying and Jelling all forts of in the redeemed out of to be either fold or as may be agreed upon the inoit rea fonable Attendance from nine in the morn ing till feven in the The following goods are for immediate at feaft 40 per cent than at any place in childrens paintings in water great a lookingglafs thirty hundred weight of fait at and per war ranted diamond ftone plain gold white enamelled gold repeating filk new and fecond fifver and metal ftone and filver moe 90 per filver handled knives and at per chairs and a fmall buttons let in Briftol ftone loopef re garnet yard wide Irim gold and a furtout lapelled cyder and vinegar in any from the hogfliead to the Taylor and in nearWeftmore makes Cloaths and in the neweft and po liteft and at the moft readable Thole who chufe to employ me mall meet with entire fa and may be waited on in any part of town or by the direction of a line as to your humble fervant who is ready to ferve Noble and at the following rea fonable prices A plain fuit of the beft iuperfine middle half trimmed 55 a full trimmed a frock fmall a frock coat for half trimmed a cloth without a pair of a good cloth furtout a fuperfine cloth fur tout a Kth beaver furtout com a duffil very good a Jrb cloth coat a pair of Genoa gj a par of fattjn velvet Ti a f filk ftoeking Olltcd itoCfcllJK a b livenes at the prices un dermentioned A half trimmed fuit of a frock fuit ditto with hag and waiilcoat ail a drab furtout a box teat a fine thickfet coat and ditto coat and a fuftian frock ditto done at the above prices for ready money To the PRINTER of the JOHHE cry grows louder againft Lord In the manner his purfuers the r r may as as his former popularity was in his of this has 1 f A I got on the nght As he feerns to be let the packfoUow and the game is The mifcarriage ofF under Admiral occafioned the difmiffionof the then admini ftration 5 and JPitt was made Secretary of Upon tfie inferjnation of a noble Lordy Byngs worft counfellor and undoubted and a hafty belief of many bandied about in a pam phlet wrote at that time by Pitt abetted the caufe of and thundered in the tlut the of war carried 50 old had not furnimed Bjrng with force to cope with their dable quadron j fuppefing that he had fuffi yetfo ftortly provided was it with fea and war like ftores and upon the French it was in no condition to remain about Mi in order to prevent the enemy from fuccour ing the troops they had landed but was in confe quence obliged to return to Gibraltar for Our hero expatiated thundered fo in the Senate againft the the treachery of the former mi that a day was appointed the Houfe to en quire into their and the neceflary papers be laid before with the opinion of the prefent Prefident of the preparatory to their judg So loudly did he that he had even frightened the old adminiftration into a belief of all heliad uttered infomuch in feveral meetings at Lord they abfolutely defpaired of their In the interim Sir Edward Hawke returned from thcMediteiTaneani and being invited to Lord fet them all to rights by a bare recital of When tle day of arraignment the now Prefident delivered in the papers at the wiih his after attentive that the late adminiftration had done their The patriot played all his artillery over till Admiral Hawke afiured the that the mern ber was miftaken in every point that the French hips carried no 50 pounders if they they would have been a great difadvantageto as being by their weight rendered incapable of being worked jthat Byngs fo far from being inwant of ftores or in the condition heTe ceived them from he proceeded with the fquadron to and cruized ninety odd with out complaint of want of And if he had commanded in room of whe ther he thought he had force fufficienr to beat the By tha grace of he would have given a good account of Every then Member of Mhe Houfe may remember how the patriotic abettor of cowardice flood as well as the author of his when facts over threw Sir Edward Hawke was never forgiven by the who laid the foundation ftone of his popularity in the fupportof the only of cow in the during a war of feven years and by roaring to the that Byng had died a martyr to the neglect and per fidy of a on whofc fall he meant to Sfhe Spanifti Governor of by in when Sir Edward Hawke commanded in that protected a French Captain of a row whofe crew was totally compofed of for a hare in the as appeared by eighty Cheftiire cheefes he and took out of one This row ufed to lurk in the night un der a Spanim fort by Labaretta and eize even in the day the Englifh in fight of the Britidi No redrefs being and the garrifon in danger of being the Admiral Cent his and retook fome of the prizes from under the Spanim He fent fpirhed remon ftrances on the to be delivered by our then Minifter to the court of and tranfmitted copies of them which are llill in theregifters of the Board of On the Ad mirals return Pitt fent for and Had I been in your ituation in Gi braltar tis probable I mould have acied as you even though 1 mould have made a conceflion The drift of this fpeech plainly ap he interrupted Entrufted with the command of a fquadron of the Kings I did my duty to my mafter and for which I never will make any conceflion j as may do as you is the who ter rified andallthe from poll to Could he make a or a Hawke Or did they make him They they before he had any character and one of them may live to do fo when he hall have no character In the letter figntd PouooPHiLOs of the thefignatureJbuuld have been rjp Letttrs received Merchants Friend to ufeful LOVCJof Tarpaulin A Friend to A Wellwiflaer to Manu To the PRINTER of the I HAVE no opinion of this Reformation Society they do more harm than This is which is actuated by a malicious and their cruelty is unpardonable i they are proud of their and endeavouring at There may be good and wife men among but for the moft part they are ignorant leaft they mould not pnnifli immorality fuffi are fure to deftroy all morality in the poor wretches who have the misfortune to fall into their I agree with that the Magdalen is a noble inftitution for penitents i but cannot think that Bridewell is a fuitable punifhment for the abandoned it is itnpoffible that their morals mould improve in fb iniquitous a How greatly are thofe poor wretches to be who fall from innocence by the wicked wiles 0f led using man and from one ftagfi to come at laft under the care or the Reforming Society then endlefs mifery muft enfue j for thofe gentlemen talce care to make their in famy fo plblicly that it is imp fible for them to refrieve their characters therefore ever after they muil be ufelefi members of But furely part of thofe ills might be re by infixing infamous ptinifhment on the man who dares deceive an innocent If is that a libertine hall be allowed to glory andboaftof his conqtsefts with when thus cannot be a more atrowous crime under the than robbing a poor of her and then leaving without to And this 13 daily An in ftance has happened my xvhere one of thofe deceivers has violated the laws of ho and and ruined the innocence he ought to have p and kept her in open defiance of his whs is one of the beft of women j but a new face made him abandon his and iave her to all the miferies which a life of But this is nothing ineftimatingof the world and I do believe many a man is snore raklft and extravagant than he would willingly were there not others to look on and give their is a very and at the fame time rhe meft am bition that ever hewed itfelf in human in to be remarkable for thurbad principles thoTe fort of are to the peaceable charms of virtuous i not worth poflefling without apaitner in tir s joy Is im perfect while re infup portable this wotild be thru by imparting it to a true friend bur where true friend be but w ere inlerdl well perfons are joinrd How many trials are every made in till marriage discovers the fecret at a man of honour may promife himfelf all ihe and tenJernefs with which gratitude can iiripirc a virtuous woinan Whatever compliances from whatever confolation from a fmcere may they not expect as thur due No diftafte and fatiety for the tranfports of a virtuous love are the leaft part of its How happy then that to be where theliigheft pleafures of fenfe are but the lower parts of its feli city Then what a point of nifdom it will be which I am Tery defirous of feefng that the men will fafhier fuch fellies that blind and make their judgment Auguft To the PRINTER of I CANNOT help thinking myfJf obliged totake notice of your carrelpoiident Cafes anfwer my in your Fridays to with your I will adtlrafs a few In the firft you you are not a member of the focietyin queition and for this I mult be content fo will only that being imirrc diately a member of a may he yet fo inti mately connected wifh 35 to engage his belt and You you ard tf fervarvts they empltyed but the ofiicers of the civil Let ths gnnted j yet it mult allowed that if a nuribfr of thefe ciTicers he employed hy in to they re in the fervants and it will any ourrngcs they as fairly chargeable as indiicreticns ich yon own the rsilifieft rf may betny them believe in af fairs of fo nice ti tijicrciun amaunt to whichihe nnbrided litiiice a fiery zeal can plend but a poor excufe In the formation of a plan o exttmive ss the intention of its founders is not the cny thing to be confidered we muft aho into ilse the manner of its execution and iurnining up the examine how far it will be beneficial to com By ficli metliods mint the public of the and not by the rules wMch or individual may prescribe to or the ro mantic forms of vifionary which float in the brains of a few on the wi 1 turn out merely very can rm wife plans in the execution of wliich they are utterly unequal in the field this is the cafe befpre us at lealt cbariij prompts me to imagine The you is a noble inftitution for the nor is the Jefs fur bat in this laft point I differ from If the end of umiiihment be eitheito re form or to prevent fheir doing farther and if the of the ufual to this be no longer found fufficient to an fiver either of 1 cunnot but think it unworthy of fo pious a foriery 4s it eiieemed bj to urgu ib unprofitable 4 vfv aifeclectJ nientioned a jcheme more whether ightly 3nd vry gravely todoubt fprtad it to to there will be in all great ciLiestuch I cannot but fuprole as to tern to properly hinted nor nmifs were to be from that they Lhoiiu accii really good in thocj veytd through to which indeed feems to Se tliouLi cfe by it a part o dnfors I wouid t fit of men but muft coufe a where ihe might abuls But I aci bare taied on
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