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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 16, 1766, London, Middlesex Gazetteer and Daify SEPTEMBER 1766 From the F O L I C AMD 1 j ifitntiault troiigb it latttj tbe measu of detecting To many ap fo many that it miy bi to givt rustic llat tbi tukiitdenttoKOvraTin conftantly inferted in THJS mllj SUCH INFORMATIONS art properly attendxi PAWN I HOi OF fiw robberies will tfpdiady ifALL ransom make ufe of the lame paper to advertife their lofies evtry ttf in trtty for difratcb toailjitver GKO 1U tifc BVeNlNlNG Erf i liR f AILMENTS of thit plice will tnJ for thy feafon on Thurfday Me S r A O five per deduftsd from the hares aad aftd bat pounds frum the id of ten 5 they ajefold at the towett priceiin the examined and paivi ibon by WfiNHAM and vxt their State Lottery in ths Foul racing and drawn of ten tbouland pounds each m the laft ana fciii at this Schemes of the Lottery given gratii j and poll paid duly Our likewife ail mem bers of y depend on their having their and op the moft rea fbnable and the money remitted them for the prizes oianks as foon as drawn and all bufuiefs Tehuiflgto the Lottery with the greateft care and The drawing of tfye Lottrry will begin on Monday the iyth of S i 1 E O T T E SIX pounds difference in the fmalltft and in tbe iargert five Only five pounds deducted from the inftead of and no five per from hare or chances the money Eid here for ftara and will lie the at for whole and at the lowed and the greueft and in thirty and by at his and var Du Mans over thi Tickets Four to a The blanks and to be jrmuuies at the auk of Eng bearing per per aud Sou Ji Sea with their feveral Jodia Navy andViftual ling uf Government bought fold by The Lottery be gins iratfuig on Monday the i7thof All left r s or country duly ine public are defired to take that I am removed Jrora my iate Office in and have iio c and in near Weftuiore makes Cloaths and Kiding in theneweft and po litett at hs Thofe wha chufe tu thall meet with entire fa tisf and may le waited on in any part of town by the direction of a line as to your huiuole fervant who it ready to ferveNcble and at the following rea ibnable prices A plain fuit of the eft uperfiae middle half trimmed a fiili trimmed a frock iinall a frock coat for half trimmed a cloth without a pair of a good cloth furtout afuperfine cloth fur tout 3 a Bath beaver furtout com a duffil very good a drab cloth coat a pair of Genoa 6d a pair of fattin velvet a pair of lilk flocking a pair of worfted ft eking a baize livenes at the prices un dermentioned i A half trimmed fuit of frock fuit ditto with fiiag wailtcoat a drab a box coat a fine thickfet coat and ditto coat and a fuftian frock ditto done at the above for re dy money Thit by it price The SECOND NATURE and GROUNDS of RELIGI OUS LIBERTY a preached be fore the Right the LORD MA the and the Livzues of the COMPAtfits of the fijry of at Church of on the cth of J O N M Y O N N 8 Preacher of Trinity Conduit andRtftorof Weft tsflfoF at neiir Temple Tbe few remaining Copies of the following curious WorkV pfiated in and illcutrattd with Maps and eugiaved and an to be Had DAVIS and oyer againtt Grays Inn Hulboru and at Horaces in Price in THE HISTORY of the ancient aad prefent STATE of draining the GREAT LEVEL of the called aad of the Navigation ot aud the reft o the traJing and navigable in thofe Including Reports ami Propofals made by Sir Ciermnt Lord and Atkins With other valuable papers taken from au thentic and ancient relating the Originallypublilhed a the Requelt of tlie Corporation of By THOMAS B A D E S L A D the above Bookfellers may be rice Kepyrt of the Stste of the Bed ford and his Scheme for d raining ttj with W JLJP T STATE of the DEMANDS of ANfcE GERTRUDE SIMPSON upon the CROWN ef G R E AT Concluded fi om the Gazetteer of Tuefday 9 t d Brought forward in f HE fame failure of the Conjmiflariate to furnifh which had ft long protrafted Simpions and thereby occafioned lots and expences fet forth in the preceding alfb another to which Simpfon conceives herfelf not to be This is demurrage to the matters of the in which the rye and oats had been brought to and which he was obliged to detain with the fiiid oats on waiting for the car riages to tranfport them to the This amounting to guilders 5 Holland fhe was obliged to pay direftly j and thinking herfelf jurtly entitled to be as the caufe of it in no fenfe proceeded from he and ftill does a demand of repayment 8124 5 o As this fum of guilders 5 livers Holhnd was advanced by Simpfon and on the account of the becaufe the fgid demurrage h td proceeded from their h thujas herfelf juitly entitled to incercft for from the day me paid ife This incereit Ae demand in the account ihe delivered in te the Com at which time it amounted to 479 guilders 15 livers HollaaU at five per per A 15 o the intereft allowed though he herfelf borrowed the money to make the faid advance at fix per which he hath ever fnice and at this day actually does pay for it and as the laid intereft is ftill running on fheittnands it alfo to the tane pay mantof the principal hall b made to On the joth of Simpfon delivered into tbe office of controul at the of her deliveries on tbe above as before amoo it ing to guilders 18 ftivers Holland but did not receive payment thereof till the firlt April In the account of demands laid before the he claimed i intereft far the faid fum foi that being fix at five per per which as he herfelf paid intereft for the money at the andjwas by utr conti a6l exprefsly entitled to as foon as her deliveries or fifty thoufand rations ol and one hundred lafts of and L were me humbly to equitable confi While Simpfons deliveries were making on this there facing a deficiency of facks in the Commiffary Frederick Hilfey gave orders to Van her to give facks along the oats he was delivering in obedience to which the faid Van Eetielivered to the Kings magazine ten thodfand and received bis receipt for the For thefe facks Simpfoa charged at the rate of a ducat jor fix the price at that and charged to her by the Comm Tariate for a thoufand which fhe had borrowed from the magazinekeener at Munfter fome time which urn fhs demanded in her accounts delivered in at the Office of Controul at and to the Commiffionei and ftill does On the ad of a contract was matle by and between Commiffary Mi chael Hatton on the one and Anthony on the other patt by which the aid Anthony Simpion obliged Kinifclf to deliver into at Nien from two hundred fifty to three hundred thoufarid rations of hy and ftraw of good quality for which the faid Hatcon engaged to procure him payment at the rate of five livers Holland currenigr for each ration of liay and and that the payment fliould as he produced proper vouchers for his having de livered The outftanding accounts of the deliveries upon this amounting to 9315 guil ders eight widow and adminiltratrixof the aid Anthony Simp delivered into the Office of C ntroal at on the firft of April but referred fur payment to the Treaury in On ftating her to be laid before the flu changed imereft from the ftrft of April for this to the joth of the day on which her accounts were mnde up for liqui wnicn 5 amountei to which fum he then demanded on tLe lame principles with her demand of interelt in the laft preceding and now fuyims thefaJd demand to All thefe feveral difficulties and delays of payment involved Simpfon in other ex to as the cauls of them was direftly contrary to the exprcfs terms of her flic thinks herfelf in no fenfe Thefe are th expences of attending the liquidation of her MCCOUIKS at the OfBce of Cojitroul in and of corning to Eng when the faid liquidation was referred to tlie for Gerwm and waiting for their determination which in the accounts he delivered in to the fhe charged at at the rate of one ducat per from the tit of the day when me delivered in her accaunts in to the firft of the day when her accounts were made up to be laid the he demanded and now fubtniu the faid demand to equitable 8915 o o to 10 o Guilders 39928 7 To the PRINTER of the is the tare of Sunpfons which I have laid before the public in the plainnefs of without any embeKilhment or colouring of art to affect the or miflead the or any other variation from her accounts delivered in to the than the cor rection of involuntiry and immaterial Every perfon of common fcnfe will naturally that before fuch demands could have been the facls upon which they are founded have or fome iraud in the cir cumftances or amount ot them But ai neither could be the attempt was not even made a piece of candour which fonie may be apt to attribute to motives that will take from its merit nor any reafon given in fupporf of their fovweign but an ohjeclion of want ofproper which in a cafe fo could never have entered into the head i r heart cf any honed man befide to and which it hall be hewn even they did not think fir to make on oilier to which they wre much more applicable than fcr reajoxs urtdcutteJy bcjt kuaivn tt tbem ftlveS tlougl not altogether iniptfiblc t3 be j As the proper proof of in ntxt letter lay their report before the together with the feveral vouchers for her which wtre aJl laid before and bad chsy con defcended only to look at would probably have caufed fome qiahns tbtir and then leave them to the fupport of every nun who can lay his upon his and fay lie would be Ltiified to fubmit the fmalleit part of bis own property to the decifion of fuch H O N E S T U L O N D O On Sunday his Royal Highnsfs the Duke of York was at His carriage was drawn for ths iift by rww fine wjnt ave c Blue Grey Tliey are beaiuiiui well It is that the Riht the of the Rolls will be Chancellor 01 Ireland 3Hd that Serjeant Hewit will now accept the offer cf fuicteJ IBg Juftic3 Yelttrday Chancellor p a vifit to Lori Chatham at and IbRie vsrfation with The Lore Chancellor bss already appoired new ComroaTiQflertof piace ui thufe vacant and We are forry to that there is a mirundsr ftandjng between forne of ths priacipal perfons in the new It is that Fountain Efq in tends to oittr himfeit a candidate for in the his We toM that one of the Commiflioreis of tlw Sixpenny let off for to offer himlelt as a candidate in the oom of hq Yefterday raorliing was at Earl of Rjmonts haufe in Lady Catherine Per to J feonus Eq of Parlia ment for the county cf eldelt Ton of John As fooo as the newmarried couple fet oat for then houfe in A treaty of is concluded between Sir Sampfon and Mifs tldett daughter to the Right Sir Loid Chief Justice of die Com Yefteiday there was a full Board of the Lords of the when feveral old iiaittrs and Lieutenants attended by Sonv are faid to h ivebeen juft received Admiral at relative to the Ibte of the fidieries of both on his arri vul on the Advice has been that Governor fcad happily terminated treaties of friendmip and cotnincrce with all tht moft confiderable African from Cape Verdto the Southern extremity ol all theBritiih fettlements the coaft and more prefents are preparing to be fent out on board a char tered A copy cf the articles propofed by for ef fecting an accommodation between the Corficans and has been transmitted tiere by one of his foreign faid to be of fone tAfice our tradin the Extrucl ef a from dated July We here admire your making particular places fie In the name of conmon why cannot you make fuch and fuch articles as you wtenver they Is thrte any ijBi p ft les or lars would not be an advantage us article iu trade Lay a proper duty upon French MufcoV id anM and order tlie ftigar far forrigi mar kets and would be well every iflaiid for North American and or and butter teach you j lafles in our illand coft abouc 8 and a duty ot 4 1he are of lo Jittle among thfit to put them on a par with they might well bear a duty of a gallon in North where chieflv French rum fliould not fee allowed to be in gene it js bad policy tJ takeany thing1 from a neighbour in its lait ftate of What is it makes the Dutch fo as carrying and manufacturing their neighbours Our iugsra pay in and four and a tialf pu about hillmgs iierling per Tlte Frencft though not fo jtc can well bear that duty fora foreign marker and or per haps fomething if a lowed f r North ican confumption j for they can affordto cil cheaper than we can do in becaufc of more frugal way and eafiei public bur You will conceive wlut I mean by all you that French art lotaKtl m ber and provWons from becjufe they cannot otherwiie be iupphed nnd when i tel generally our North wli are true to find ihe French Cwgjrs ind melalles fo that tiiey artord the French iheir lumjer and prDvilion at half the in that tliey Jell them at to their bre And Jie French cannot off their at this eafy they bring down to and ell at a very high wit take nothing bat with which they run away to the French I and buy their Vagur ana fo that our run in particular is a mere 1 think the advancement of in North whkk is beft provided by increafmg the for htinbtr and providons from oujlu to be your prime obj it in politics j becaufe or the poficUors of will always be mailer of from I the to Mexico and our tutre have get fo much the ftart of that a propei attention to their for a fmall pee of will ef feftually fcrcure this But I would have it as little at the exusiue of our own fugar co lonies as poffible j and this li be done by bringing the NorthAmerican with the French itigKr colonies upon a par with every The North will no at nrt i yon hem n lolent But a mort time wiil hew that whxt they think at Srftii taken out comes really from the An f even good Protettajits as they they wiil think it no matter to rob as they will to the French pay their penny or their Depead the foundation of whnt I ad is and all I can hope from is to be underftood but ir would be a to tre tnglidi was the plan to be If Domingo is a free it wiil tiicn lie fucha certain that the other ill he and have only the retire of the or which they muft an extravagant where were the French allowed tn bring fata anl fucii commodities to which ever tiicy to the trade of all our would keft neariy on an equal Accounts that the confjvracy agiind the life of the Dey of had bteu occauoned by the pacific difpofition of that wlio Seemed incli nablerather to furfur the Algciiiie cjrfairs to rot in the than go to war witli the European They write from tiat the PrufDan CouimifTaries were very bufj in buying ui numueri of horfes in and the They write from that the and apricot together with thofe of c ifee importij Uit yeur irom ihrive parti ttie two wouid oon became a ita plc Tlisy write from that tluc tcningof Dietines is fixed fur ihe zSth of this Wtlj relpccT to the Dictint of Roy 1 there is no doubt the ot its to the Nun the General Diet wMl he tae entire abolition of the which was elubiifhed laft By avellci arrive J ac Genoa ironi Bjltia we an accommodation will foon take placs between that Republic and the Corficans and two one the other daily expected on the to pu the laic t the By a gentleman lately arrived from in WK are whiistbslhip he on board of by he converfcd with twelve every one of whom toid him they had paid to what ihey re ceived when in the Kngiiui dojk yards j and that there was a great demand fir hip cai given by he enemies of Great tain to awaken the attention of thofe in Some gfiitLraen have hreiy over to Kevr and other pryvincts in Worth 9 claim buds given to their hy royal grant aUnolt a but never properly put in pof On thi of sms it is part of is bu which now will tua out to be of great to is probable tiiiu give the America lawyers Tlie Magnificent man of a third rate fhSpof frventyfijur is Vo bs lauuclud at his Majeltyi yard at Deptford on SaturJay at which tlie Duke of Vork and Isveral of the Nobility art We are that Hilditchswharf in with ana ubcrof together with a ftream of be lett by auc tion at GuiWhall It is that the neiv pavements from Londort bridge to Margaretshill will coft near iivw thoufand Among the improvements made at play houfe this a new entry was yeiterday opened to the from Ruflel which will bt of tbe greateit conveaienc ta thofe frequenting thnt By a gentlennn latfly come frum ths BreeJIn Counties in the who is very converfant in grazing we are at the leali cattle bought for tbe win tor and nex never fetched fo high a price as at pref together with the of ptfture to fj much being wiil greidy enhance the price ef cattie the of is tenibit tv tiunk
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