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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 12, 1766, London, Middlesex F R ID A S EP TfiM BE i the playingthia the OFERA la the HAy THIS of will be per formed The C O Jl S C I O IT S L Q V E Young ohn Hurft j Myrtle by LEE MGeOrge j Wettbn Cimbettonj Seajandj Mrsv Johnfton Worley Lacmdaj MnV Madden MGecrgei The Song in by defirs by a To whicli will be L E T Lewis Palmer j Old Man and Drunken WESTON MGeorge by a GEN MMahon Lord Chalkr SJtfUTEK Eine Boxes FirftCaJkry Upper Gallery The pit to be opened at five the boxes at Tobegin exactly at t No perfis can be admitted bthind the Ladiesaredefired to fend their at four to keep Places ta be as of at Little Vivant Rex Met FREEHOLDERS TjrIS Majelty hayiag been giocioufly pleafed to appoint me jointly with Lord to be Pay of the my feat in parliament is thereby vacant i therefore humbly in treat he honour of your vote and intereft at the next affuring you of mjr fteady attachment to the laws and liberties of this and of my grateful attention to the and profperity of my who upon fo many hewn fuch an affectionate regard to Their mcR d Mare Molt obliged humble w GEORGP The misfortune I have met with in breaking my I plead my excufe for not making perfonaTapylication at September j public has Ven made through various wkh ths misfortunes of the Sogrievous a calamity the inoft of the kind rhat has befallen any part of the Briiifli dominions fince thfr At of London could not fail of exciting Tbe unhappy iufferers haw already experienced its in thj number and generofity ot benevolent perlons who have contributed Cowards their The fubfcriplions and to the ajtb amounted to befides a lottery ticket i that day to the loth intent there has been re ceived Jin account ofthe foTriiebe already beeiv jwWifhed j theparticu latVof fctfll appear irta t Tor the art on of the fora 71 SiconCvtered in ftrongiy of actions humanity but viiwwf in the reJatiOB it bears to the lofir of or to the nprnber of individuals redqced from to the profpeft is ttill CO JWred with a melancholy indeed it feeinstfo be lefs neceflary to impkzps the continuance 6f the public favour than it was to folicit it at It inay be proper to that jo6W of the money collected in the beginning hat teeB already Cent to to there 10 be gentlenaen of 6ri amofgft who tad been reduced to poverty which fum 5s iafured i aftd more for the be ferttby the fliips BQW going Donations continue to he takej and will be at the following t and allmaU j Child and Templebars Sir JofephHankey and Coi Charles AlgiU and SirRichttid Glyn and Halifax j and Coilinfon Fuller and Lee ami in the Plate and Benett gachaty Fonnereaw and Son and Thomas Fludyer and Baoth Strattoris and Rodbard Simon and William Wilfon Read and Rigby JSdward and Rene Payne and treftenand Fletcher Nevdjck and Nicholas Tames and Charles Dalbiac Harfcrd and Powell HenckeU and Mafon Stresfield and Caldwell and Jk Guiliemardand 6ons Co BofaoquetaiWiFatio to 1O 1ft 6 6 io 5 io S S IO 10 ZT O 10 IO JO 10 i5 15 S 5 i o Alexander and Shrlpipton and Mitred andRoberts iyid Siebell Jones Peter Aiavdius Richard and John Samuel and Strotboff and Wheeler Freeman and Bigger and Huibert famel Richatd RiCbatd Neave anJ Son John and William Tatuall and Son Deftertrt Andrew PevjQne JoRn andThomas Gibftin and Fletcber io 10 21 aS io 10 5 5 fo 5 5 io 21 S 3 io 21 19 10 IO O 15 o e o O O o 0 o 10 JO 55 o 10 5 io o o 3 5 10 anmip and Wilkyafon Peter PsvlfiBe kOi Vtit De Wall iUiam Sitvttll 42 55 20 O 5 5 S 5 10 5 io 5 T o 10 ao niiuiiffli I f f Pomeiroyi and Hodgkin Beniamth Longuet and Kirkmans and Williams Charles Merman Ifaac Solly Johnfton and Moiling and ttafcK r and Han bey and Jacob Jamraeft Harrifon and Barke Bellingham Mauleverer Sir Thomas and Newman Birch and John Ouvry and Son John COokfon Cotton Lambert Locke and Hinde Sake and Baker Laurence and Thomas Hill Thomas Nixon Robert Wilfonn Thomas Abraham Ogier Charles and William S leer and Bedley Sir WhnCiMtwright Clegg and Morni Philip Milioway David Kerr and 10 IO O IO O IO IO O 5 S o 5 S 10 IQ 21 O 21 O O ioio o s s IO IO 3 3 21 O 5 5 5 S 10 IO John Garfed and Msyrick Curteis and Webb Philip Efq Tames lihac and James HenckeU Jafhes Phillips and Sol Hefs Timothy Bevan and Sons William Stead Mafterman and Arcber John Whitelock William Devifme John Vanderraeuien John Sabatier Will and Eaftgate John EUicott Nettervile and Nilgent Charles Worrall Joftah Cottln and Robert Withers Peerfon and Sutton and Schombart Abraham Levy John finch JJhnRoy James Pell and Mai tby and Dyer 10 S S iSomers Stephen Bfetizevilfe ajid John Bumford John Ewer Chitty v A Lady itBfcnowa x Efq i Jtfefthew Sfaintwi r Theuphjlus Dorrington Kicbard Venn anJ Scr Joihua Efq The the Grocers Company The Wharfingers at an Lower by the hands of Ri chard and Benjamin Efqrjj The Worflripfui twe Carpenters Teregrini Elq James Baker and Rkhard Palmer Baker Thomas Rofeortan GF n St of Bath of Richmond Thomas Creokenden Maitlaud and His Grace the Archbifliopof per Hanway Hanway Alderman Trecothick William Coottt and Elizabeth his wie A unknown Ditto per poft Efq John Millsj Efo Caiverley William The Weft India Chairman John G v Aibfcriiition r pcrGeorge Bond John Elq Richard A Lady unknown Sir iidwajd Hawke A perfon by Scott Walter Efqj and I 5 i S S 2 5 i by their AClergymaB of Tbe Lord 1J Hwp of Cachfle John Tooting Mr Jefferfon A i i IO 10 O 550 20 o o 5 5 40 10 o S 5 o 19 J0 O ib lO a to io o 5 5 ib io 2 2 5 5 5 5 10 19 5 5 20 o o 2 2 O 550 15 15 o IO IO o S S 5 S 10 10 5 S 3 3 io io 5 5 o 5 50 10 IO o io io 5 5 2 I 3 IO O I O 5 P io 6 IQ O o o o o o io o o D O O 0 O 1 O o o o o o o o o S50 IO O 9 s a 3 S 5 o IO O JO IQ 14 10 O 4 0 5 S o 5 5 o a o 5 5 A 10 o 5 O IOO 10 20 21 2O 21 1 I 5 5 5 2 5 t 2T 2 21 5 2 O I 4 26 10 S o IO 20 O o I 5 i 21 to 1 31 o o io io 2 I 2 5 5 o 6 JO O 2 O O s 2 O IO I I 4 o o 10 e 5 io 6 jo o o o o o io 6 10 o o O O 5 o o 0 o 10 o 1 e IO 6 10 io 6 io o io o 2 O t O 5 o 2 O 5 o o o o tt 10 6 11 6 5 o S o 2396 9 H E F Pnnted fyr mf next will be Q L of A LI L M E in This day tt price E CHARTER granted ihe Tenth af Kin JL WILLIAM to the EAST INDIA COM PANY of ENGLAND in the year Printed fr iitthe Stra This day it pu ilijbedt price THE POOR MANS Addrefied to the Earl of An By SIMON A Kentifli Printed for next the Martins V and fold at the Tbit toy is price CANDID ANSWER to the ENQUIRY into the CONDUCT of the late particu larly in regvd to the State of a late and other With a in Reply to the Printed at next the Mitre taveroi Fleet Where may be had all the new publications with the belt of Itationary Dutch Far the letters ftgntA PUBLJCUS LURO and To the PRINTER ef the OUR among many articles of lately me with the following That a late Great Commoner will fhortly re fume the examination whicb he had begtm in bis former into the number of ufelefs fmecures and in or der to the aboliSttng and which the exigencies of the timeswould not fulTer him to go through with at that This information has really fet conduct to me in a new I have been all along one of tbufimple who have ima gined that our national difficulties were mcreafed by the addition of themany iinecures and and frovnions and halved and quartered which have leen and doruig tlie Atminiftratian of I now ftand that all this increafe was abfoJutely In open eyes of the and Ireland were not beplaced and btpeajionedenough to convince its drowfy of their danger Wounds muft be broughtto maturity before they will therefore known to all our loving fellowfub fince the joth of laft Julyr u fed his utmoft en leavours to the extirpating fine and by the addition ok offices and pro oftJNE MILLION of enstwies wiH be attempting to derogate and lefTen hismetLts in this but your readers may depaml this as a FACT 5 and as hehas I do not dotibt but the fame lauda ble fpirit will continue to ejtert itfelf wt that he intends to proceed in this falutary by the farther addition of to pay certain and per by way of eafmg certain What friend to his coun but muft rejoice at fuch large ftrides lowarJds its falvation Iras been made of his being a friend to the poor of this he ftiewed him fcff their firm advocate I he has ftiewed himelf their by and fupptrting the TAX UPON IN by approving the window aniTtaxing the Englifh yeoman to relieve the may we not hope for from fo bleffid an V E R A rjjp follpiving fetters are received Lover of Sound To the PRINTER of the Pleafe to infert the to rectify and appeafe the miltaken minds of the WHEREAS it is that the acceptance of a tirie and by a late great was owing to a confiderable imptiierijhment in lofing a molt valuable quantity of fine miniature figure of EhqutHce richly adorned with fistuers of let in holding a wfe full of the ef fencc guarded by befrof the fame driving the drcnes and wafps another of finely defigned in an Herculean its done after the Pythian repre the and uninterrupted courfe of the chafing away the Junos M This figure re prsfems and with the other is finely adorned with brilliants and aittiqu carbuncles j theTub ftance in which they are let isa kind of lapis ofrtlie A moft Mujlritvt and transparent figure of of one entire of the what is very cf no changeable either of faint or tbijilt A juperb bvx of fet in gold on the 1x1 is very lively the refemblance of an iflandenvironed A Genius hovering witb a fword in one ami an olivf branch in the ptfaerj round the in letters compofed of word An exquyue and higiinniihedchiyiUyigure of leated in a fea riding oer the biifrwi of a turbulent fm ling at and holding a chain in his the other end of which is held by Mi in the character of A kind of yet to be though very much out ff f metimes all man ner and Itock like a this figure will a light with great famethnes without atother you can do to it witlntt make it exhibit j at prsfcat it and the s v of it is tlifi cct as Punch ina pHppst he Grecian various pf follow have intendedto out the leaft i tjfat the faid jewels are all the iuat and it the original and been only taken to in Kiid pffe a moj fuptrlGtivelj glorious y eiV thing of Jtaaea an public will be ocularly foonas the automaton can be from its and fet going The various sbovertijnttrhed are That thy werejSirWAV for V That they vrtre JHcStd by That They were thefemc in zjbaliow Pitby That weie Jfcrsfly STOiva a TEMPLE dwuiu in as i 6 That hey were buricl ih the to bring to a tarnijb with tbole in the of the That they to fibres in Thar they to Majir a of who was the got the grant of fdfgjM the male fag of which has Heen rxtinf ever fince Sir 9 hat they inJSaglarJ ever fince the 3oth rf July in the with many otheri tOaTcandaloOj and re dious to mention The S T R THE morn far asne fuliry betms oer the The glowing atmoiphere fctre ifc fiiihiWj Languid all nature pants with ardent And fears another Phaetons t Around rtre The niddy andihe fyiny The fpiral woodbine twines hcvfragrant In vain her to caiiligiril Surfeit with odtwrsof thVenfiitieild The god fiipinely finkito ibfr repofe i On the cool iriofs of a ofer gurgling Mongit waterlitties his Nor trembles thrithefpray The finny race ihe tepid wafer fkim hlong tUsBngring Then hoot beneath tg feck ret In vain Turnup their filverfiilesy The flocks and wide orr the fuflet Or ftretch frit With fpreading umbrage Lonmv I thepifinlre hnftep drop neiiarious in the drone f nay Afrighted bees croutl thkk to gain Aflielter from unbelieving man VVht taught them this What J Row Is the aplent The trivial doubt ftrongReins voice And points to Godhead ruling his from the oceans hhck clouds arm Imnginary Slowlysthey And fpread a horrid now Surging fill ample Heavns Low hollow winds now Itrike the trembling Now lately flirilly indicate Th approaching The firm and fiurdy Whale varying in the breeze A thoufand novv Icewarc Obeys the and teems his Faintly the diftant livid And thunder in low cadence afar Torn from the burlHng furious Advancing clouds in hafty Ihcwrs deicend Mixd hail and the habingrs Of woe to borne on fir g il Before the dis of e ey j rhundns loud The nocks and herds tluir young To quit the pelted plajn Parental care Sudden mowers white lightiiiiij Aftounding thunders the treTiIiiing Tehebrious fable conspagss of Impending with murky cents The ftagnant and of fire In broader Hikes their crojked holts Surrounding flame in one quiver And trembles at tke havcck it makes For now in the gatfterd ricks f hay barn appears the fi if hted weak help afford loll in From covert fuiftly foitli The impetuous iii ike the nxk Ohlique cJeavs tiie l The Iturdy Whofe varying branches wantond in die A thoufand diff now Its fcorchd honours oer the fmutchy grafs The flocks and that lately flicker Beneath the or Beftrew the Trivial the Of all but dear ill Snatchd from my ivy unrefifting arnv The virgin fair one yields her lite Inftant flie a pare lied 0 to heaven haite Tj footi Why lenve me here immwsd in hesrrfelt woe t fiy ALeautciis free gitf i in frs cbtr Obeilitit t thy iouijie 1 and kiis And T R T i tf
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