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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 3, 1766, London, Middlesex H A Y M A R R E By PARTICULAR And the laft time of performing it this The lalt but one of Companys playing this Sy MAJESTYS T the OPERA in the HAY THIS the of will be j H R L L O OTHELLO by iago by L Caffio by PAVISj Aickmf Hurft j Mn Keen i U R D K N 5 The C B t A of S C A P The principal parts by S H T E feexfts FiJeft Upper Gallery The pit td oe at five i the boxes at To begin at No aerfon can be adinitted behind the Ladies arc defired to fend their fcrvaiiii at four to keep Places to be as of at the JLittle Vivant Rex Jewfiril fcu moil grateful acknow Jedgments to tjie public for their generous appear ancc at Utt and tbt CxMtltj ff IS Majefty haying been gracioufly pleatedto appoint me jointly with Lord to be inaller of the njy feat in parliament is thereby became vacant 1 flwrefofe humbly intreat the honour of your vote arid intereft at the next ajCnring you of inj fteatty attachment to ihe liberties of and of my grateful attention to the Welfare and profperity of my who fo ihbwn fucb an affectionate regard to Their moil and Meft obliged humble GEORGE The misfortune I have met with in breaking my I plead my excufe for not maisjjig z pefcfonal apljcation at For the C O U R SMITHS FAMILY froin to ten guineas de iigned tor the uie of thofe who are difpofed to do good to their poor neighbours but abfafutefy ntctjjatyjar fuddenillneli at medjtines being ready when phyficians or apetheca sire fent for j and itiswell known imany patients entirely loft in the living at too great A diltance from an In thefe cheits are the medkineivf the FAMILY one of whtck is given with each iheft of containing plain and full directions for adminiftering properly iwrfing the fick j and fome very ufeful obferff rioM upon of the givea at clryniical in Newgate ttrwty nejtf GbeipfMlei where oirfy thefe chefts are to be Smiths Family Tbyfician it to be bought of the bookfelkra in town or P pritt H E P E C I P 1C SATIllICAH be had at all print in Lon oq and 1tis4oy it prite V N S K R Ts G Priuted in Piccadilly and fold y in Pa Of whom may1 be The NEW The PkEClPICEj At both places the trade may be fupplied upon theutuat is pHblijtoeUi price in blot printed in and illuftrated with neatly P A R T Of APHACTJCAL TREATISE STONE ByMajoi Printed for Of whom may be by tie iame price The FIBLD Tranilated fraro Jthe French of Mle Chevalier de on INLAND the Art of making Rivers navigable of making CaoaU in all forts ofloil and conftrufting Locks 4Uid Sluicev Extrafted from tlie Works of Jiuglisl and OWVrvatiOiw Neatly printed in price O V L A T RElDs apartments are read for the recep 6f who are attended provided with thing at five Thii gives the fmallpox igerierajly in lo mild a that the yatients are under no nectffity bfkeeping their and are abb to return home three Further particulars may be knowa of in Paradife Chelfa HeidX in the facing NoiUm in Fleetftjcct and at the at tends every from three to To the PRINTER of the tbeii of beinj Before your cortefpondejit had made Sir Edward Hawke icafon have kitown that French brafe fifty plunders 4re made lighter than Englilh brafs fortytwo Nowr our own large lower tier why then mould riot the French cany fifty as and without their being heavy to be woiked I h ve myftlf at fonie of tbcfe French fifty as they are al in they are but Jt is well known that the weight of cannon is ruled chiefly by the caprice of the and is Very different in different and M ithciit any ra tional prQportionin the fame inFran ce as well as All the ut molt be made much lighter than they conve niently be on account of rhtir heating and re coiling fo when too Wut in England the iron cannon as well as are both made hea vier than is neceffary from felfifli btCaufe the founders are paid by ihe weight in re gard to iron there is full another realbn why our foanders make them too be caufe they make them of worfe materials than they ought to I have feen Spaniflt cannon and Eng lifh in Olivers as good as any made which weighed a third lefs tian at of the fame The directors of our ordnance know this peifeitly but corruption and frlSftinefs have got fuch Ibong hoLl in all branches of public as can never be rooted except by 6livc and fp uited The Eaft India Company rfre than to be thus impofed upon liijpay ing dearer for cannon to render them worfe for and therefore in fome cannon lately feuttd the Eall they lure acceded to the reprefentatiom artillery ftcersj and made them third lighter than what are ufed in our own is tbis in fuch an expanfive aftkte to fuch a naval power as Britain not to mention that th6 j chants too pay at leaft a if not a half more than they need to do for aU thetr iron in cafe they be made of good If Sir EJward Hawke had hisinformation from French a miltske might a rife from a trtjftj rence in weight between an Engliili and a French pound However this was of rrtpinent in re gard to the battle nor did not do his was this any excufe for tliDfe who fnt fuch a and fent him at fuch a and with fuch a that at belt was inferior in vifible force to the French the ability ot our officers and fpirit ofounnen might hive rtiore than winterbalancedthe odds agoinrt Pitts cen then of the Miniftry was as as his Irnjty to the piifoner was humane j for he never defired that he fliould not he if guilty 4 but only that it hould be better whether he was guilty or not ami fome of the Miaiftry ihould be fcot at the fame Letters s An Enemy to nihy Equivoca fecret or mental Friend to Wife Mas of Civis George AConftant f flwuld have better iuforraed before heaflemd that the French Slips of war do net He Sir Ed ward the Miaiftry to i that the Frsnth ftiips carried no fifty If Sir Edward Hawke really faid any ruch be fold a thing of which he not pcffibjy know the truth from becaute lie had then takea no fliip of in does he pretend to had fuch a foun dation as faft for but appsah entirely to and very reafenwg it if it ba really his For his mfon is follows If fhips had fifty they weuld fcwe a great difadvantage to as being by a rf nqw and then trouble you with a letfer I think it can be qf arty ufe to the and yoil are al ready to print fpch as tan be I hope you will give tikis a place as as I always was a great adhrrer pf and arp ftilfof LordiC I late mea little lal cry ta condtmtt gefislvet to waic With I always had the reach of my of any common one it istime dark things rtisrefore to have nor what thevdo not T J under ft I trunk 1 now tO and as I thought tiey would turn fo they no other man everthought or daVe HW even he hunfelF cdme out withTd great as 1 now plainly ise is he the greatelidiiguft j but he has taken meafuresJirft tlcieySes and then no prove beyond alldotbt that jnoft oftht grtat are abfoiute Sinecures that if man is pitch ed upon to therewillbe no furtherbccafian for Good what a a noble laving will that be to tliey all abo as I am convinced will be j we ihall piy off the national debt with to utter difgrace of ydisr nibbing Can any thhig be plainer than it Lord Cms great choice of pf of his Head of tlie Admiralty plainly ihevitdh Have pa tience my anddepend that all you adnnred in agpearin a ftronger light in Lord Cm with me in prayers for the health and kng life of this wonderful man 5 depend on if he dots net himfelf carry vhis noble plan into no other man ever tin Admirer of aft an 1766 PRINTER of the incapable of repaying their they are itrivrng to cancel the remembrance of by the blackeit ingrathudc give me leave to requeft place iu tlie for fome caufideratidns ona in which I hope we hall all bib whether we tike or diUikcfcthe conduct of our It happens that many lives are loft in the neighbourhood of this by imprudently bathing in places of unknown or uncertain If the public papers may be relied I appeal to them for the truth of this We likewife fee many and juft Complaints of per fons bathing In places near public roads and to the great pffcace againft but too mucli forgotten Jt cannot however bedeniedthat bathingis whple nay efteii and frequently pleafing to thofe who cannot procuie the means of but in thefe dangerous or where they are compelled to agalnft To the pliyiiciaiis I mall leave it to determine whether it would not contribute to the health of people confined in large relaxed by want of enfeebled by bad yet with appetites keen titan till tltey are lott by weaknefs and Tatiety I I fliall leave it to the faculty to determine point but from tlife little knowledge I have of thefe I cannot belt think cold bathing iu country would be very bertefleial to the of all and And on this fcore I claim the public only wiliiing that I had the abilities of that friend fo mankind Efq to profecute a cojinecled with his in a manner it From the hints the reader will fuppofe that I wifo rather to promote than difcournge the ufe of bathing in coM water bqt that I wifh it might be dose with faTety to the and witli fufficient privacy not to diftntJagamft the laws oiF Ijf this introduction to Tome Farther remarks on the rasjr have a place in the I will endeavour to proceed as myleilure will permit To the PRINTER of the GAZETEERj TT it very that there H a public houfe every ward in this till very late the Ttftt Ttott for its fign where you may at all find a company of fober who are well not only in and city in the fjfairs and who fcru and digelt matters in a very juft and improving maaner j bat this is the zs it the plmce of unerring and conclufions this is the grand rcjirwir and ct oewt foreign ciomedic t Here the golite acts and Iciences are taagbt and not in the peripatetic manner of the Ari but in the Ifuwug manner of the Here are Deputirs and wouldbe De CpminoncoiincUrcenand inferior down to your humble fervant 5 fo that nothing in art or nature can elcape fuch a fevere and juft criti eifra and but that the ttit or criterion of them are certainly found out by one or other cf Can eafttr in one nights time jettle the affairs of the nation over a pipe of tobacco and a pat cf por than the and both Houfes do in a whole feffica with all their delicacies anil as our debates and decifions may be of the utmcil importance to the J by the help of your oc cafionally impart in ipite of any who ball en deavour to check with the itale phraie of Ne Laft Mqudy a full and poli tltf being hot ori the the opinion of the in refptft to fome lale wre to be given and afier many de i bates pro and not worth the flood and faid could compare the life of a certain ftatefman to a jtotballinatcb which he 0nce faw when he was a boy Six men of fays challenged the like number of to play a footbaljmatch for a laced kat a totfibq able Jum of money j one a iPiltJbue by fome practice in WHIL8T tlxe public to in tearing in PJBcet tbe of a who lukt 4onc that pubUc fu clfendaJ i calling eledled ent of the Brentnvood party beiiir and five Innt out of three being lo determine who were the very artiujly and circumfpedtly meafured the ground and ftep goei tbe catched it it reached and was running with a gave i Richa rap on his knuckles with his Jkarp toed at it fell to the and after fofhe luf the Rumftrd lads got Up goes tbe a Jlcund fiat did catch Jut it fell to the ground and fo urgent was he in gateing tle fecond gole that he kicked tiieflitu of fotfie of his and ahnoft lamed them and Jf it hadnot bten for Charles S a Kentijh the fecond In had been loft but it was at with much by Up goes iht ball a tbird ami lap and then and Cbarlts not only kicked tbe Jbitts of their oiivi but and bit their antagcnifis that with great ivon the la ft and inntytdiaftly feized the and ani as property having Lie he protefttd that he found fafar advanced in and worn out wiih that he would never engage in to rifque his but would and feather and live content the fmali pittance he had Hiving fo far BUG fat and the got and having finger into his to whether i wns fit to be riIigbted after lie had made and happening U thruft it tco for into the which old faftiiofled OB4J and ihaped otnething iibt a butjf or tun he couUl not get it out an4 wa fidly fb thit hedhihtd liie pipe to pieces oil the to ettricate his filler iroin the dilem ma it was in Having reicovcrtJ faffed tiii his ho ihould at any paibtvt in as being tli8 QCQtfiori cf the pfefent niiiti ibk ftftte of the but fbat it was as as any fofuijn orfomuoa ti that the Ibtc by the and feiT iiiierelr if its indi with its own Our Fitrage will very foon be cf as little fays as little power or refpeij as it has now m many on the coiiiinent our dibfs axn will veryfoon make us and then which of our neighboiii s will attsrd us help cr The yes of the people of to be peitcive ihe for and is only lanfciracunt brafi or a tinkling wtv and a ftcii beha to rSje a perbus o of honour and to places cf the cxence of the and tnc tt tha truepatrL now fcarce cvrn in He was n Ivjt liopped all of a and tiius j Prcm xrfs ff frem viin and Good Lord tlelitfsr To which ue a and brcke up juft as the clock itruck is ail ait prefcjit The CoBLEft of thoii haft oft my vote commalkUdj ijor tftti j dream to fee thee branded With cant the days of and fbfcuty A Semi reruemberj III fliits an old qnbiarsd raemberi takes away Anothers bread but mark the day The hour when rhou all Hath followed Charhnms fame and t When thoa atCourt molt Little hall tiy EreqtJvrJ Or whom the vulgar fliaii arraign Thy bargains let Whillt London riioWns Piwt lott in tSanMJddlefex at em Both dtipd both fhall From fome Ambitious group of SeleS an irlol to abufs His countryu for his privute A cf To the PRINTER the ON ffciug addrefs to the of acquainting them he of plaee tmitr the govcji mnfl hh istt iu parliament wis betwine ic brought to my remsnrbrance fab fcribed by 97 pnnQipai which I give you as Junt Whereas at a ineetMjof Jij and county of tliis Tar held at this fru George 6ii Sir Richard wlio vas not were nominated to he ths approaching elec tion and fcreral luppcfeJ to rrt holds in tlii ninny a tumultuous li3 fcuie orthe county from bsing thought to The gentlemen of tiiLgreatcft weight and property in the county hawing been before interrupted rom declaring their upon this and to a refolution to lupport tbefto mination of Sir Rger and Cookej therefore it is ail the and iu the Old Intertft of this willtoncur themftlves hi this As thefe two advertiicmeiits of our pa triots differ ij very it is at affepfr the freeholders will thew iuch n and as to eJeii an inde pendent perion to repicieat nnd not fuffcr by a A F REE H O D E From the LONDON G A Z E T His Serene Highnefs the Heredi tary Prince uf Bui unived in Sun about four ocictk in the in peifcct from his journey in the Alps j and feeiBi tx tremely well plealtd and fatisfied with the King cf Sardinias great aliention to have Jim provided with every thing to make his txcurfion On liis Highnefs paid his Court to all the Koyal had a gracious Yeireuuy lie dined at hii Ex cellency Virys and this day the King and the Royal His Highntis propofes leaving tlis place jsxr aiu take ajid in hi a way to where tvvoor thiee nnd to his travels to Veni by the way cf and Pa nnri t next K A N Robert K R cf IT l of fix in iit aft r or lurrcniltr the the i ah iaivie mo at to j ot L on 01 bilorc a i iniiaut or jgtii ot pacc tw L O N Q Yelierday LrrA much The Lord we lm nokd a ichunto raiie one miliion on and fifty thoiiliind iterl exciufive of may be itr tic fsrvicc uf te tailing
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