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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 2, 1766, London, Middlesex Th Gazetteer and TUESDAY For the Entertainment of the INDIAN CHIEFS and their For the BENEFIT of By his MAJESTYS Tthe THEATRE ROYAL in the A being the id ef will be performed a called The M I M O pofitively the laft time of performing that piece this COLE by FOGTE Richard Aickin Sir William Caftle the MrDavis Palmer MGeorge and WESTON S H U TE R Lucy by Mils G I L P I End of Aft A New by and Mils End of the SHUTER will for that nieht oaly entertain the Ladies and Gentlepien vrtTh POSTHASTE OBSERVATIONS iri his JOURNEY to To which will be by a called MISS IN HER Fribble with a long inchnrafter SHUTER MGeorge Farmer Ujvis Quick MGeorge Mifs Biddy by Mifs G I L P I Pit Gallery The houfe vili be open at fix and begin exactly Hf Tickets to be and places of Jew a rt tv ii The lait week but one of the Companys playing this Bv b MAJESTYS OPERA in the HAY the yl of will be Oitali by B A R R iiurit Aickin L E L j Nelfon Matthews the M Pahuerj MGeorge Woriey MohimiK by o which will be The C H E A T uf S C A P I farts by b U J E 1 Firit Gariery Upper Gallery c jies bo be opened at five the bo exactly at i can admitted the art Jeiired to fend their icrvaiujatfour to keep Place ro r as of at the tiie Vivant Rex Si Ibis is price PRECIPICE A S A T I I C A L P R I N To head at all the priat and in tiej it price PV N S E H T B Printed for J in Piccadilly 5 and fold by Pa ernoftsr Of whom may be The SATIRICAL The both the trade may be fupplied upon the ufual I is price TJie SECOND of A SHORT VIEW of the POLITICAL LIFE A and TRANSACTIONS of a late Right CONlMONEtC io which is A FULL REFUTATION of an invidious fuppofed to be pubJiiheri under the of a very popular An ENQUIRY into the Conduct of a late Right And a in anfwer to a virulent An EXAMINATION of the Principles and fcoaited Biftintereftednefs of a late Rigkt Printed in This day u price in Elegantly printed in and illultrated with25 neatly Of PRACTICAL TREATISE on STONE By Major CHARLES VALLEN Printed for in Of whom may be by the fame price 6s The FIELD Tranflated from the French of le Chevalier de Alfo A TREATISE on INLAND or the Art of making Rivers navigable of making CatalS allfcits of foil and of conflrufting Locks j Efcraitcd from the Works of Gugliel and With Obfervatians and Neatly pnnttd I in vrice f Day is price fliltlftrated with an elegant Head of the celebrated a ol that furprizing called the Wild Man of the and a Song jetto Mufic fbr difteicnt Inftruiuents N V M B E K Of THE COURT MISCELLANY GENTLE M AM and L A D YS N E w M A c A i N E For The life of Ad on his An Ogygian Aooncife hiftory of Etiglifti A tree inquifT inwtke origin of by f arnuel John fen The frail projeft of a wife a 1 he Wardtry of partial A curious account ot a White hewn the Royal A of nature The downfall or the An accurate account of the con and execution of Count An ac count of the cafe of an extraneous body forced into the lungs from the laft volume of philofophical juft A curious life of the dramatic The character of a modem itoic A defcription of the Oranf or wild of the An ac countof the terrible fire at by an eve wit nefs a by a young iadv of a The The Mruiture or a beaus mind An on a young dying s lohloqu v Aburtelqueona ojethodjil An on a favourite An Pi nod for Ricbardfon and unugr the Rovi and fold by all the bookftllera and WSCT Great Britain and From the L I C THE extenfintrSale of TH G AZJJTT HER AND NEW DAILY ADVERTISER tbt voriei if channels through which it pajfes has latelj bstn tb means of detecting fo many and ef ap prehending fo many that it may bt propir to give PUBLIC That fvr tin all informatiotij of this kin feat to laill be conflantly infcrted in i HIS PAPER ami ij SUCH INFORMATIONS are properly to by J E W E L L E BUYERS OF SECONBHAND ftnu robberies ixrill tfcape daeilion ifptciallj if PERSONS mafce ufe of the lame paper to advertife their luffes The WARNINGS from SOLUSMI every thing loft or in tbt or toj art for immediate difyaicb to all Jilver by tbt printer of this paper Knorr Delicia vivis Trew Hortus Roeiet Iconibus 5 Sehmidel Icones Planta Ekret per vivis Cattibys z cms Knoi r Rumphii Herbarium Am 7 at Diliennii Hortus Eltha i Linnaci Hortus Cliffortia Hills Vegetable 7 Hills natural 3 Millers Gardeners Dic laft Stukelys Itinerariumcu Hortekys Ra Spences Com a Poltlethwaytj Ainfworth atid John fons 7 Harriss Collection of z Stowes Survey of Lon z Catalogues may be had State at by Cay and 6 Galeria par De par CroZit Recueil Ruins of Palmyra and a Calmet fur la 8 Du Ilaldc deal 4 Ocuvrcs 6 3 Pcix Gracci Platohis 3 Ariftophauus Biblia 8 Vitringa in z Du 6 Giggti Lexicon 4 Golii De Bjy India 4 Antoniana 6 at the phce of fale j and day is price Embellimed with very neat portraits of Richardfbn and Smollett alfo arepre lentation of the feveral lurprifmg feats of horfe manftiip perfomed by on a large cop perplate THE UNIVERSAL MUSEUM and COM PLETE MAGAZINE of KNOWLEDGE and PLEASURE For Befides the greateft varsely of original this number con tuns the fubitanceoi tlie important political contro verly which has fo engaged the a ention of j the public during the lait Among the nu merous articles of contents are the fol lowing the late improvements in The life of now Lord Examination of the various merits of cllon and Smol An ironical description of a Free animadverfions on the prevailing paffion lor Life of thefarnous Curious account of a white Witticilnis on the late Great Political itrktures on thsprelent Conduct of the late Examination of the principles of the late Great Enquiry into th conduct of rhe late Detacned thoughts on Univerfitics nnd modirn Obfervations on the countiy giants lately Spirited remonftranc to aa un juft Account of an extraordinary mur Conduct of the palTuns in nriodern Printed for at the in Pater aiul fod by Thomas at Dublin and by all the bookfellers and newscar riers in Great Britain and In the Univerfal Mufeum for Feliruary laft Vfas given a very accurate map of the country twenty niles round engraved on a Ail the umbers nmy now hi had forthipreft nt BOOKS NOW s E L L i G The price printed in the and mrkedvin the tiritleat of every By BENJAMIN At Horaces in Fleet Itreet by is A CATALOGUE of the entire LIBRARIES of the SAMUEL Archdeacon oi laic1Heceafsd of a Barriilei at retired From Practice an 1 of feveral othsr valuable Parcels of make together a fine in almoit every clas of and in moft of the ancient and modern Languages many of the Books are in elegant and curious Among them arethe following alfo of Pallmall in New Bondftreet Piccadilly without Templebar and Richardfon and at the Royal Price B A U M E de THE moft excellent Remedy ever yet discovered for all difeafesof the ftomach and bowels all fcorbute complain honping coughs and convul fxins female diforders efpecially the AlUis the gout and rheumatifm It is alfo highly ef ficacious externally applied in the cure of burns or and even the moft inveterate can and caries of the Tlvs moft family med cine is fold by Pauls Becket and in th3Strand Cockipur crols in Holbotn and at the Royal Exchange and in Piccadilly at the Of whom may be pnce A Narrat ve of feme extraordinary and well aueited cures efeed by the Baume Je Alfo given gr A more cnncife account of its nature and i directions fjr ufmg the AT SIMMSs the corner of Georges is a variety of floor of the and other manufactories fome of them are the exact pattern and colours wf the and may be wove to the length of any room without maybe reafonably fup plied vvith chintz either by the or in bed furniture and window curtainsmade up alfo with blankets bed and ItovedryJ that may be depended on to be entirely fjt A neat hand light with har to be difpoled Enquire as Ialor and in Albions near Weltmore makes Cloaths and in the neweft and po liteit and it the moft reafonable Thofe who chufe to employ me hall 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 fallowing rea fonable prices A plain fuit of the btft fu per fine middle half trimmed 55 a full trimmed a frock mall a frock coat for half trimmed a cloth without a pair of a good cloth furtout a fupernne cloth fur tout a Bath beaver furtout com a duffil very good a drab cloth a pdr of Genoa velvet 6d a pair of lattin velvet a pair of filkftocking a pair of locking a the prices un dermentioned A half trimmed iuit of a frock fuit J with and waiftcoat nV a drab furtout a box coat a finethickfct coat and ditto ccat and a fuftian frock ditto dene at the abovs prices for money w tor the Liter Jigncd A MAN A Lover of natural and inftruclive dramatical Copy of a letter from fee lufl The NORTHAMPTONSHIRE FREEHOLDERS Sectud a very hard addrejjed to the Labouring Poor of Great ij s natlon benevolent of Kings die moft ex cellent of confliturions the beA aws the moft enter the ableft ar e Wilful manufac the braveft the moft gallant fhilors the fineft navy of the the moft induftrious hufbandmen the luxuri ant herbage for the fupport of cattle and a foil and climajte peculiarly favourable to the growth of Yet how are thefe bleflings fruftrated Our bene volent King is tormented with factious and caballing N and his good intentions wards his psople entirely Our laws are a fcourge only to the the Great tramples on them with impunity but thofe laws that immediately rff fpeft the protection and defence of the lie un aoticed and Our merchants are liar rafled with inextricable Cuftomhoufe difficulties at and injured and by every petty every upltart Governor Our artifts and manufafturers are and an an unjuit preference given to the foreign An unneceflary number of lol ftarving upon an infufficient are kept up for the fake of multiplying commiffions and inftead of being ufeful and profitable members of as thofe of our militia undoubtedly now are are perverted into a terror snd an incumbrance to whilft our the natural bulwark of this coun lies qegledtedj and our for want of en1 difperfed all over the Our iaduitrious hcfbandmen are every where turned adrift to make way for overgrown tenants and mo nopolizing villains j Eiutton and beef are from four pence halfpenny to fixpence a pound and the Poor are taxed indifcrimJHatelyvilih the to pay a bounty upon the exportation of though the price of it is already fo high that very many of with the utmoft cannot earn eaough to fupply their families with Thus are thebleffings of Providence counteracted by and wicked Each of thefe evils are of a crying and ought fpeedily to be as there is cruelty and oppieffion in and bad policy in But the laft feems to me the moft heartburn the moft cutting inftaace of You my that bread within thefe few advanced in in confequence of a moft plentiful and the moft feafonable harveft weather No tis the exportation of our and that have occafioned this But if the landowners really have a right to de mand what price they pleafe for if they really have a right entirely to hold and fo the reft of us to which I feem rather inclined to doubt about yet certainly it is nolfair that we ihould be obliged to pay them five hillings for every quarter of wheat they chufe to export alias rob the nation if to promote the intereft of guilty Great a bounty muft be paid upon the exportation of there certainly fhould bean afleffment upon the landed and that to raife a fund for the payment of fuch for the unemployed ma the hardworking andthe many millions of poor people amongtt ought not to pay thsir quota to the fupport of a meafure that has brought diflrefs upon and by railing the price of nli kinds of to in the ruin of us At prefent thefe poor people jlo contribute even more them their confirkring that every billing of bounty money paid would be applied to the puspofes of go at all evfchtSj roiiit be provided I hall conclude with a piece of advk to tains and owners of jporteis and others concerned iii the COHI My I have read a fable forne where of a thatfeeing a ready ftrungj lying upon tiie foclifldy gnawed the ftrlng in The of tluj that the fpringing of the vrhen the faring killed the fuch of you as ire any ways concerned in carting and carrying com on and fuch vrho freight tiuir fhips it foreign may be compared to ths fooLfh Vou ai s ignorant what milcliief youareduirig you are working againit youifeivcs do net know fhat yuu are labouring to entail hard and insvitabls poverty and diftrefs upon your familis but my for you certainly are you working to ftarve Nobody caii atifrU you to du fttcli ttirty work if they hip their if they make wheru Provideftce and iet the Bearkej gentlemen even carry their corn on bJnrd on theirown For my I moft folemnly declur I will never be inftrn mental in having one grain or wheat ftntout of ihe kingdom while it fetches above halfncrowa a I will witii my eyes to ruin my country my ieiloiu ti would 1 fee rhe com thrown inro the river than If it goes on thus to be the lin has hune in ain our and a gocd r a pixve to poo r Old be cr aflifting any way in the Let it be deemed infamous to Itnd the le It hand to Yon tolerably well ptid fur your la bour but if you think that a you imitatethe rhe which though from my foul and are as fooiiilx as for a mefs of fold Mi birth I my ffrbrirsg And aftd A We are obliged ts ins but have no room al prcfcnt Jbf fucb neitktr ctultt we promje a particular day far units vy The letterfirne inferred on Friday lejt at length in tke To the PRINTER the I Beg to afic a fw quellions of the Proprietors of EndIndia ituck a national tet Is not the Gy their to protect and defend thetnlclvesj without pulling the nation to any expence Was not the nation put to great two laft on tluir account Was the company intended for a or a trading one Are not the conqncfts in the un doubted right and propertyof the good people of England Neither gull L O N DO On Sunday lait the Right Honour ible the Earl of and the Right Honourable Earl ot killed his itys the foniier on his being appointed Lord Lieutenant of Irehnd and the on his appointed M alter of the in the room ef his Grace the Duke of who i eligns in confequence of the lilts promo tion of the Marquis Commodore ugulhisHcnvey is appointed Secre tary to his broher Lord ths new Lieutenant of Ire Lord Gower has declined accepting any poft in the The Earl of Northumberlajid is arrived in town from his feat in Nmhjmberland snd it is faid is foon to be honoured with a diltinguiflied pail in the A malicious report having been thai a great lay to dangers ufly ill in the to refute CLmmg to town when oi a great are ihe whole is and that he luis not for many years enjoyed a better ftate of health than at A highly is faid to be bring ing about between great Ydrerday the Right Iknry Seymour Con Efq entertained the Nobility and Foreign Mi niiters at hiseat at It was not Lord Chatham procured the lion Stuart Mackenzie the cffice of Lord Privy Seal for Scotland that gentleman being appointed in cone quence of its bung prcmiied but frt alide in Grenvjiie5 though Lord a principle of ap proved of the as every promife of that his Lord hip juiUy lliuuld undoubt edly be There is no fort of political or even friendly in timacy between Lord and Tie public may lay a fide the ears it hafrinte that a political connection fubftts between Lord and Lord Chatham Lord having no more to do in the tlian any other Lord in Parliament out or It is with great pleasure we can acqualrtt our that Lord ChSlwin in the liightit his Sovereign and that his M is firmii re iblved to fupport his Lordlhips which we are will be of the grratert contequciice tolhe internal welfare ot this One ot his Lordfliip3 weare is to mal e the EaftIndia Company repay tht govrrrunent expence it was during the lafe the Companys lytlemtnts ia India with it ls will be paid the lait and that duty taken wnereby tkstbnurinl people will have beer at tluee per povas for It that a Seceretary to 3 late Premier in a certain had fo nrtich thai in jcale a
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