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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 9, 1766, London, Middlesex Gazetteer Ind SEPTEMBER J H A Y M A R K R The M week of the Companys playing this By MA JKSTYs AT the OPERA in the HAY THIS the of will be performed The C O N S C I O U S Young BARRY Sir John Murdea Hiirftj by LEE MGeorge j Wefton SHUFER Johnfton 5 Wbrley Mils Madden MGeorge A Song in Act by being his firft appearance on that To which vriU fee The MAYOR of Major Sir Jacob MrMurden Crifpin Mr Shuter Palmer MGeorgc j Quick Jerry Wefton Barden Gallery The pit and galleries to be opened at five the boxes at To begin exactly No perfon be admitted behind the Ladies art defired to fend their fervants ai four to Places to be as of at the Little Vivant Rex NCHs GROTTO G A li D E N Near Georges DAY will be performed a CONCERT of I Vocal and Inftnintearal The vocal Mifs and Mifs Garvey with Blacked by Admittance one To begin dt half an hour after tlay At noon iviU bt price A CANDID ANSWER to the ENQUIRY into the CONDUCT of the late particu larly in regard to the State of a late and other Negotiations With a in Reply to the Printed for at next the Mitre leet IMPOKIED from SUPPLKMliNT au Miniflere de i vec une Recapitulation exactede les De marches depxiis Is 5 jufquau 30 a Tftis book is idorned with an elegant copper plate of the Right Honourable Earl of Chatham and ibid by at next the Jvlitre in Price fix BOOKS NOW3ELL1NG The price as printed in the and marked in the firft leaf of every B E N j A M I N At Horaces in Fleetltreet by whom is A CATALOGUE of the entire LIBRARIES of the SAMUEL Archdeacon of lately deceafed 5 of a ijarrilter at Tetired from anJ of feveral other valuable jParcels of Books Which jaake toother 9 fine in alriioft every clafs of and in jnoft of and modern Languages many theBoojlsaVe in elegant and curious hem are the following State to at by and 6 Galena a par De par Crozat Recueii 4 Ruins of Palmyra and a Calraet fur la 8 Du Haide deal 4 Oeuvres 6 j Hortul Eltha Pota Graeci niea tannseiMortusCliffbrua Platoms S Ariftophanes Kufteri natural i GardenerVIttc laft pleys Biblia Polyglot Vitringa in a j Frffhe Giggei Lexicon 4 Golii De Dry India 4 Antoniana a 6 may be had at the place of faU 5 and Pallmall in DeliCiae vivb Trew Hoelel lehmjdel Icones Planta JSbret per yivis i fcnorr Ro man pences of Com Ainfworth and John fons Harriss Collection of ttowes Survey of Lon Catalo alfo of Piccadilly 5 without ana Richardfoa and at the Royal Price B ME V I THE rooft excellent Remedy yet difcowired for all difeafesof the tomach and bowels all fcorbutic cempUin harping coughs and iboi diiordevs cfpecially the Albus rhe gout and It is alfo highly ef to the euro of burns or kndevfiOthe moll inveterate can the This cile is fold w Nieoll cfcurehyard SuawJ Cockf pur Charing in the in at the Rorat Exchange 5 anI in at the Of Whommfr A Namtwof fwieertraoriiaary and atRited cures by the Eautre de Alfo giyengntis A nine concifc account of iis QBeiaiiow for ufing To the PRINTER of the G A Z E T T E E NOW proceed to that proof of facts by which I promifed in my laft to fupport W the charge I have brought againit the Commiflioners tor German and which attention to more immediately my has for fome time prevented my laying Before the A For this I have fclected the following cafe of Anne Gertrude widow of Anthany an Englifti fettled at Harabroj not as the or moll glaring inllance of their bat merely to fhew that they were jnfenfible to the tendereft feelings of as regardlefs of the laws of in that ndifcriminatt upon founded their pretenlions to popularity and Howwill the indignation of every generous honeft heart be when in explanation of this it is that the creditor of the Crown of has languilhed now abvve a in a common fui rounded by four helplefs children into which he has been thrown jy the from whom he had bought corn and forage to fulfil her contracts with the Bi itifli Com and for which her demands of payment have been rejected by the Coinmifiioners ior German and he thereby rendered incapable of paying her own fuch actions merit fa vour or Are hey to the honour of the nation Ate they confident with with chrif with humanity When I have concluded the ftateofher in which I have neither nor will ad acircumftance or fyilable that cannot be incontfftibly I kail lay before the the reafons upon which the Commiflioners founded their rejection of in the words of their own re with fuch a as hall convict even their own they are not incapable of candidly allowing at the fame the honour of every in which they may have happened to be as it would be too much in their te rob a beggar ef bis STATE of the DEMANDS of ANNE GERTRUDE upon the CROWN of 2N the zoth of January a contract was mad at Mwnrter by and between Frederick Efq on the part and behalf of the Bri and Anna Gertrude for reby the fiid Simpfon undertook to deliver into the magazines of the King of Great Bruairu at Nordhorn and four hundred hits of rye and three hundred thoufand rations of oats ana five hundred lalts of rye and three hundred thoidand rations of oats into tlie magazine at within two months for which the faid Commiirary Haliey agreed that he fliould be paid at the rate of one hundred and eightytwo Holland per for the rye in and eight rtivers per ration for the oats delivered at Nord orn and and even itivers per ration tor thole delivered at Meppen j in which among ufinl it was expreffly covenanted by the that if any part of the or in tranfport towards be taken bj the the fame jbould be paid for fy tbe on producing proof thereof and by the that if any fraud Jbould be ifetefiedin making her delivenes the whale to that time dt livered be forfeited o the trown of Great furfuant to this the faid Sinipfav delivered into faid feveral magazines eight hundred and thirtyfive and five hundred and twentynine thouland and eightytwo rations of by the fecond of July following the roll uncommonly feycre in ability of the Ujtmmiflariate to fupply her the necelTary having prevented her fulfilling her contract wmiin the ftipulated as the aid want ot carriages obliged her alfo to detain on dc near on river Ems whither lie had brought the faid rye and as the place molt convenient to the magazines the veffels m which they had been o long after the froft was and the navigation of the river become While he proceeded thus to ulfil hr as faft as me could rotain a fudden ftop was put to her deliveries by the advance of the who on or about ioth of July poflefled themlelves of and the whole cuniry of where they ieized and deitroyed four lairs of and thirty four thoufand eight hundred and twenty nine ratiens of part of thofe which he had collected there to fulfil her and which regained on board theveffels on account of the impedi ments before recited as they trmft inevitably have taken the had he not obliged as many of the boatmen as could get to retire ro in the Duch to avoid the ex pence of detaining the he had them til he hould receive farther directions from the What flic had thus aved from the enein was entirely oats the four lafts of rye which they had taken being all that fne had then at Soon after thefe oat were landed at the enemy retreated upon which Simpfon again applied repeatedly to the Commiuaiiate for carriages to compleat her contract initead received a writren answer from Cornmiffary that itwas not in his power to affift her with any carriages at that The fufpeniion which toukpiaceat that putting an all nothing re t f i i t 11 i J C mamid for h wife which her to but to appry to Office of Controul of theft oats other i he accordingly did ieveral but could never obtain though fuch directions were igly at that very time given to leveral had and the that on the lale of their made goof In this Itate of fufpenfe he continued till the msnth ot January following 1763 when he was ad vifed to ell the oats which had already fuftered much by lying fc and would be utterly fpoiled if they mould 1 c anf longer by public for the account oi the by every principle of equity and was undoubtedly obliged not only to reimburieto her whatever lofs mould arifeon the together with the expences attending but alto all the other expences which lie had been at the courfe of the as txpences had evidently proceeded from the failure of the Commidariate to fupply her with carriages in due and from her faithful care to fave the oats from the enemy for the ule of the and accordingly the fold having firft given notice te the Office of Controul of fuch her The quantity of oats thusdifpoled of was twentyfive thoufand fiftythree which fold in the whole for one ihoufand feven hundred thirteen three itivers and even deuts as certified by the Magiftracy of Had thefe rations been delivered into the raagajlne at the price at feven ftivers per according to and this is the lowelt of the two prices contracted would have amounted to By deducting from which the price they fold amounting 171 j And for the expence ot carriages from Halte to at the rate of a J Mariengrofchen per quintal per mile the rate by Tlvamas Orby Jifq Intendant General of and allovVad on other occafions 1550 8768 ii 3 7 There is a lofs of as their net Being delivered into the magRzines was owing to the Commidariates not furnifhing her with and not to any fault or failure ot is in the cleared and the due to her t and this juft he has and itill does frqrm the Crown of Great It is to be that the quantity of rye and oata delivered into the and taken by the and the oats fold ac fall fliort of the amount of the which they were collected to fulfil but the following account will let that defi ciency in a proper and at the ame time hew uncommon which Simplon has iufiered in this The quantity of rye contracted for was nine hundred of which he had delivered into the magazines 835 56 by the ad of when the approach of the enemy put a ftop to her wiih the four lafts was all he had brought to Holte at that time j but lie had provided the and hid it ready to be wiuit he could obtain carriages to tranfport it to the But of the oats he had adluaily brought to the rations Kation Of thefe were delivered iato the magazines i Taken by the enemy Sold at Appingadam 1 Which afe fliort of the la the whole Which deficiency arofe from the wafts in the long in the boats and fubject to vermin and various other and alls a heavy lofs upon as he does not prefurne to demand payment tor any more than he can di reftly account by the exprels attestation o the amount ofthe In the account delivered in at the Office of Control at and laid before the Cojrunilfioners for fettling German the whole amount of the lofs upon the ale 4jb Appingadam was inadvertently without making allowance for the expence of carriages from Holte to Meppeo but that miltake is here and the demand cpn fequently reduced fiom 6871 guilders u ftivers i to 5501 giyltlers 7 Itiver i As was obliged to pay intefett tor the which he had borrowed to fulfil her ftie thought herfelf entitled to receive the famefrom the crown of Great and accordingly pvade a charge of 147 guilders 15 of 6872 guilders x ftivers i loft upon the ale at from the S9th of June when lie delivered in the accompt at the Office ct Control at to the ill of December foU when her accounts were laid before the Commiflioners fef fettling German In tlie amount of this demand though there was a proceeding from that which has been taken notice of in the precedfug intereft being charged upon the whole But that miftake is here and the demand contecjpently reduced to at five per is tjieintereft of 5505 7 ftivers i charged for the lofs upon the faleat Appingadara to that time demand tlms Simpbn humbry iubmits to equitable obferVing tfiatif it is as the fame interest runs on iier to this very he will atfo be entitled to thecoii ot 119 3163 7 7 i Tt To the PRINfTfiR of the AS much has lately been urged to prove tiiat the acquifitions in India are the actual property of the it may be proper to by what means thefe provinces by an army compofed of trojp Government as welJ as thofe belonging tt the as this right is imply founded theGovcrnmeat certainly have their hare on t e But it further to be that a perniinlou to a ing or even any off ciation or bcdy of men to retain has ever been regarded as diametrically oppofrtc to the offouiuiGo as it farms what poll tevmStctatrnm vel Imperiuv in tlie m ft dangerous diforder any State csn a it at debi and finally ftibverts the body I beg leave to aflc the pirtizans in favour of the abovtmentioned what light tlisy would have confidered a claim from the people of ing land to retain LouiUxnirg and all the lle of Cape Breton as their pro erty the war btfore becaufe they had conquered Certainly if by this means property war acquired by the thi New Engknders had ftili a much riglu by having fubdued it with their own and atihrir without any aililtancc from the Go vern this has been duly I doubt not but the abfurdriy of the re taining thefe vill evidently appeal arid I think they may bevfery well Satisfied wih rhe menfe profits their brings which is conti nual drain to this kingdom ol rnn atd An In regard to in of this if he had given bimfelf the trouble to he miyh have been the rectors had actually received a to thxt eft It is confidently afterted that the Parliament will meet for the difpatch of on the 4h of No vember There is a report that a great perfbnt lately comt into intends to perfect bgan laft but which the th times him thentodefift the examination the finecures and ufelefs officers in many public of in by biking them to make a con fiderable faving to the We that the Lord Lieutenant cf Ireland will refide there during the time that high and that no future Lrd 1 ieute nant will be fuftered to deqjrt that rill another is appointed in his It is that endeavours will be ufed the Portustuefe for leave to carry on trade from England and her colonies to Private letters from Genoa that tlie Contract for building hips of war for thu Freiuii fer vice being the republic had declined to re new the from theapprelienfions of incurrring the difpleafure of another frovh whole nifter reprefentations have been mridr on this They write from that the ceflion of NewOrleans to his Catholic the French continued to be otherwife by vvithoutthecvpeucs of maintaining their n cany on a very lucrative trade with al tv Spanilh fettlements in the gulf or chitli loading from CapeFrancoiin Hiij Laft Sunday arrived at HT moorings in the the Calais Earlc frcrn Ca It is faid a cbnin of cutlers wil fee this winter from Calais to the Skrtw tie coall of on a cruize t1 e who are known to be very numerous in all llVt of and There is aid to be a fchame it is will be carrirJ into whereby the trade to the EaftIndies wiil be greatly and not only but the nation at will be greatly benefited by From a new it is alfrr that there are near feven millions ot property iwvefted in the Eaft India immsnfe quantity ef hipping em fleets and armies and that al raoft every man in thefe kingJoins finds hirrTelf af fected by its by by and a thouland other An eminent merchant of this city lately paid duty at the for one capital imported from Saturday the General Monckron lud a fent him from Leith in which 35 Incnes and a half in It w halt inch lefs than that fent to his Royal Higlmefs the of Saturday the firft arch of Blackfriars on the was finiihed 5 the tecond arch is car rying and in great wien it is there will be fix arches The wooden for foot is carrying on along the top of the and will be ready be opened by Saturday laft begun the on Epping when there was fine Above one hun dred gentlemen were many or whom fubfcnbers of and The evening entertainments of the Spring Gar will end on the utk for this It is faid meafures will be next winter M prevent heep being marked in any part of the king dom with a practice which has been long found very prejudicial to the woollen Yefterday the prices of grain at Mark kue wheat to barley to rye ta oats te peafe to beajs per The large quantities of corn daity great difturbances at the water between thfl Fellowfkip and dfckrs in for em ploying The former have brought 16 actions againlt the Latt week a who had been drutkinpa mVTt and vvas much in came in hs moriung tJTjs brother in ho lent him up to in the and locked door bu the tar iot liking to be jumped out cf window by which accident his icuii was fradtureV and he wa carried to the with iittic he of his liy
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