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   Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 19, 1766, London, Middlesex                                H E 0 D Tofcc ardin o s it of LOV Theodofmv Jbj CE To which will The Y I N VALE WE 8 T O N Juftke oo I j Mrrlhms Batty Firtt Galltry Upper Gallery and to be epenedatfive Tickets to be had rf at hiSuflUWtreefi and at the places for tee beaw may be M R U R Y L AN By liii M A JB S T Ys i ii r the THfcXTUB ROYAL D LA NET Tomorrow will be prevented The BUSY BOD The Bufy Sody DO D D i Sir George PALMER Sir ffcncfs Vates Sir JeaUft LoveL Packer j Ackman Strartge Miff Bmtftoawj tor the WitK EuyERTAisMBMTs To which will be The DEVIL to P A Sir John Mr Lote Lady Bennetj Mfe Boxes Et Firft Upper x Places tor the boxes to betaken of at the StageDoor No money to be received at the iNdr any money is drawn C O E V E N T G A R D Not afted thefe Two Jl T the THEATRE in COVENT on Monday nexttrtB be prefented tm IBftory of K I N G E N R Y the F I F With the Conqaeftpver the FuENcnat tfceJSmk of ACJ N The S til T ArchbiOiop of talker Hull Cuffiing Morris JG6wer Mac Lewis Valoiij Trench by s the Mr Holtoroj WlffiM SUCK Eiigliffl Kfrtglif GlUfon i Dauphi f GlUfon i Davis j Gardner j To which will be ad4ed not perfanaed thefe three The PROCESSION from the ABBEY at the C OR O N A X I O o With the Rcptefentationof and thfiCBREMONY of the Pit Firft Wijper Places for taxes to be of Sarjant at the iso money to be received at the nor any money toTaejeturned after the curtain is drawn O6 EVERY MAN IM HIS BiflEFit of Never afted By firtun on RICHMOND HILL For one eight will be performed FOQTEs lall Mew called The COM S A R The principal paits by JMr WE S T O MrMttr D A V I by beuweathe Acit To whi ch by dWire wfll be added a Comedy of three called The L Y A q Lyar by Mr Palmer Mr j j Mifr Mifs 5 oTke to condade with the CROSS of LON DO N 35 Pit Gallery The houfe witt open at fix and begirt ex ftty at feveifc Tickets be and places taktnohiy at oodtriuS tbeRifing Son near Carebat been taken to have Ae houfe well tnd fittedw inr a proper manner the re of gendemeh who intend Rex thofe ladies and gentlemen wlr taken plmces arcdefired to fend their Y A COtLECTIO rinted for at hh MuSeflKiiia Swi fleaTthe Bf WnereieayiSe iVCountrydances for GefnisK add Alfirr German and O with a good r at the Re right hand town DeanV Doftors alfo In genteel fa where good wages is a profefled foot of good A Fijre as J M i begs leaye the on tbe basnet cLher late at her boufe iii and can af fure them mehas egt wJip is petfectry qua lified to ffiveralojKratitins of making cleaning con late lions who has entire f fctisfactiori in the feveral different cfferatiofes hehas and ihe hopes for the continuanceof their favouis where may be had the and ad mirable Tinfture for cleaningand preferyiftg the teeth and for there is no other fuctceifoF to Mr Jallion than perfon who is Ftr the letter fgnfd TraiWl utioaof this Extract from the Coach t To the PRlilTER tne G T it now the general that all fifef encis whatever i cohfignd to an admini ftration ability and integrity is itf going to be formed Under theaufpi ces of tbe Minifter if the people I frjl call him foj and withotit obvious difcontinue the tranfcen dant I ara toWve At kefi qualified GreatBritam without an exception otfe1 whaiifeil to makt bis employment his whom ybto could drefs or at an time i and con difpatched more infinite to and exqyifite fatisfaction to thofe xoncerned with any oneVf his rank ever did fay with ont and I ipeak from my out of regard to trufhi to do this and to to benefiV the There is at this tiraej an apparent neceffity for infti tuting the new pell ot a third Secretary State for tbt Plantations theproper functions of which de partment are now intoieveniently and unnaturally befcveen a very expeiifive that does and a fubcomraittee of an office whichha already enough to To thispoit the voice calls the for a long time evinced in timate knowledge of our colony together with the fuffrages of our colonilh and and of in general j for he is fec6ftd but to one In the ptiblic and the very caujc ceaf be a ought popula Can any tfeafon be thcmprodjuced why the the abilities of fuch a peribnsgfc Abilities notcon to one employment Vneftfybut mariifefted al fo tie feveral and in the high eft of all in our filler Will any former difference of problematic opinion juftiy this omif fien Can any illfounded appnehenfion of compe tition excufe it I am unwilling tofuppbfe that un Cqnftitutiojial be fuffered tbexert fuch vindiftive power and mould iniperial refaitinstit for flipuld there be any foundation for fo improbable a I j exclaim with inftead of an inter rogation Tantaene Cceldfibus IrseV Thfofowngjetttrj etre rafeiyed A Friend of i the Man in Qais An Ofecer belonging to the Frigate at the A Utter of advice to a Freeholder r U my letter for what you call as example works more forcibly on the mind than I wifh to fee ycu fat out on the plan you feemfo much to and not td aim at popularity at tlie expence of the cha rafters of honeft Is itntt Jnfuliaig and grievous tt tbe to fee a brdthep Freeholder accufmg hiscoun trymenoiljeing oppreflors bf the Poor Stiling a very Impudent and telling them he their cruel and felfifo fpirit that if they can get a redufcon of one or two millings in the they are utterly regardlefs of what may be the con fequence to their posterity and yet after this you complain of my and make it for Jnot anfwering me but when you readyfiurletters fo as to remember ybVIlifindl have attacked you with your own weapons I iajiow they areclumfy hut as a razsr is an improper inftrument to cut a I hope it will be a fiifficient apology formy not making ufe of Now let us attend a little to the ftrength of your argument sjfa your firit letter partial and fatal andr throw inanyAuirilouSj reflections on a refpeftable body of menronly for their addrefs in order to have this partial taxation reduced to in the as was always done in times of peace butyt are mani ftfibfef a nnfrary and tell us it Ihould ftandl rat leait as and to be doubled in time and tbat aajyjuil and tax is atbtng jncfl devoutIj us compare with of third letter t for here yoa youoiriypropofed an and of a very bsd to which I muft impute many oTyour which is making the molt favoura ble excufel ciih for will tafce flie trouble to read the Gazet teer September a and will find tlnngJDore is advanced than what they zeaTfor the good of your country is tive of yout do you not think if itwas accompanied with good as alfo for the public you by fubmitting opinion inftead of dictating to that it would be more conducive to your by mak ing yoar zeal appear real whereas at I it be thought by many to be all ficti tious fo thathere you certainly do not aft yeur part therefore cannot expect the applaufe of your brother and will be obliged to quit tbe ftagejn difgrace and as you know you are very apt to I fear yon will be put to great con Yeu highly extol the laws of your and yet are fpiiiting up the people to rebel againft infmuations andgrofsmifreprentations of lowing the difcord amongft inflaming their would it not redound more to your poinfout the abufes to themi and the legal jneaiis of redrefs and to encourage them to have recoUHp to you fo much approve am for having1 all obfervation on the of I teokno it in my former as it quite foreign to the purpoiej for how have the gentlemen of to whom you ad drets yourfelf laid the nation under a heavy conr a for of corn I cannot concur with you in your raflj fenr tirawus of That their only reafon for it was to raifethc value of tlieir eiUtes more inclined to think the goad of thexommunity in general was their motive no doubt they were not to their own intereft j and im paitiallj confider fHe of landed we niuft allow itta be very as money laid out in landwhich ittaxed dees not bring in above 4thper without men tionipgthe repairs the landlord is fiibjeft is apoor profit in comparifon of whdt it would firing if put to trade or iaterelt and as landed by agriculture and foundation for fure it is our inteieA to give them all reafon ablie to the exportation of corn under the preient veiy injurious to the country land in cafe of an if we jiadho foieign market th price of corn would foon reduced fo as to give ftrmer no encou ragemmt to raife a fufficiency home confump liun the coniequence of which be I ima gine dear and little tillage to employ poor but as the parliament will now foon is no doubt but thefe inconveniences will be AM A U E R I E IN a bounty granted by the King on all why Ihould any preference appear in favour of wheat utmanufaflured even fupjiofing no other fingle good to refult from the manufacture of than the employing a number of ufeful and induftfious which otberwife may become to their refpective pariflues Will not the preferving all the offal produced from wheat when manufactured into flour be a certain expedient to reduce the price of particularly of hogs and poultry Does it hot appear a grofs that a fhould be paid for exporting the when althe fame time it becomes neceflfacy in lieu thereof to import oats at a very great and a very ri diculous expence Will any evils ajifc in an endeavour to redrefs theabovementioned of weight fufficient to counterbalance the numerous advantages as muft im mediatdycccur to the the horfe the the the the callico in except the importers of oats though they even hould not be able to hogs for jpore than they fold for four which was and the price af whiclt isnowupwards of great is the alteration in the of pro vifions in that fingle article Is not the prefent bounty on wheat and flour ex per quarter in favour of in pre ference to flour and will not the making the prefent bounty as much in favour of four as it is of good purpofes aforenamed On t hereport cf BARRY V returning to SHALL Barry whom each new day From Britains thankful from Britains who touches natures tendered fprings Whofrom the fttbject foul tribute brings Who oer the1 heart and head unrivald reig is Who matchlels empire oer the mind maintains 5 from thy fcene Who and gives to nature law Shall baniflrd from thy pompous Whofe whafet magic N Tlie flinty ibft felt Who madt black envy made malice melt ShaHhe bjrfrandful fpleeribs baniftid herrce Forbid tafte forbid fenfe Let let honeft part Be juit to and be juft to mail prophane the aweful thy Abufe the patient ear the fuffering eye the giyje truth jhe lye And Compel with Secure your and break his fonygrr Let proud for your wrongs 3t6ne Give back your for Barry is Bright Dancer with beauteous mien The Cages darling of tbe fair j With evry with evry talent Vyith all the actrefs iriher happy In and in tafte for for for angmili made Like tbe rich organ in harmonious The dramas evry note in her it found t By genius and rife nnd She charms and foe charms hi arrived a Mail fyom a marine pfficer juft arrived from the E aft fhst at time of his departure from Porrd aP the irevs were clear of rubbifli that upwards of four hundred houfes were already rebuilt that about thoufand of the old inhabitants were returned to fet tle fays that one of our beJt Eu who is m that offers to put that city in its former condition for the lurri four Dukeof laid a wager that the French troops could not perform tlie new excrcife with the precifion that it required btt as foon as hcfaw owned he had He was accora paniedJn private journey hy the fo i o and their retiaueconfiftfd only of tijo L O N D Wednefday the Right had the honour of a private c for two at the Yetierday the Right the Earl of Chaihamtet out trdro his houle for Wedntfday his Grace the DukeScf Newcaftlegava a grand enterrainmf nt at at which mriny of the the Right Seyrhcrur Efq had a grand levee at his gffice in Clevelandrow at wiiich were prefent many of theNohility and foreign His Excellency the Pruffian Amb ffsdor has taken the houfe late SirGeorge in Littk Brook We hear all the places ftneciUYs will be laid upon an is will be a favhig tne government of per ExtraS of a letter from dated Avfttft We are not TO have any or during the approaching The dearnefs of is has induced the 1 Pope to forbid thefe We juft now receive from the agreeible news that feveral veflels are arrived there laden with grain for our There is advice vefterdayj that they nrid anothtr violent earth juake there oh the5th of which thi ieveral demoliflied maiiy other edifi whichhad before This iluxk happen ed at the fame hour with tiiat which was felt tue fame day at Some letters from Algiers that the ate attempts upon the life of the were attributed to the fecret intrigues of the Dvan at Conftuitino thar Prince havingby a refiifalof ieridered himfdfbbrioxlonsto Minifteis of the Yefterday mornine tlie Puifer of the Captain arrived nt the Baft India iv v with the news of the arrival of the fhip offDover from comtnamleiof the of Md dlefex Eaftrndiamant has in favour of Letters on board the Mills mention at Arjsrpo on thecoaftof the of February Jaft he wait to India to as a free merchant in the year wife dadntB m bay litre months before occaiiouedby her great cai e of Mm du ring his Yefttfflay the proclamation fatt ernfdrcihg and puttinllntoexpcutioa relating to andsto tbiigetbe farmers to bring their corn to was publickly read at thi gateot the as was alfo tlu piocla mation for caihng the to fit fof thedifpatch of the nth of Novembtr We are informeil that for corn have been received liere tliefe ten days from Hol to the amount of upwards of It is aflurcd that mr it ftrenuous endeavours willbetfled next for obtaining an act to pre vent the engroifing of fmall The farmers in par ticularly in the cloathing have lately reduced the price of wheat to fix fliillings per with which the poor people and manufacturers appeared r We hear from that laft Tuefday fennight upwards of nineteen hundred head of cattle pilfert over the bridge upon the Tweed for bought upon in the mires of and otlitr Soutlj counties of Intheentertainment of the Lying Valet per formed at Barrys benefit the part 01 Sharp wis done by in whi Ji was not received as who fivquently performs in the faid character and dining the between Sharp and Kitty the galleries to exprels tlieir by cailing Shuter f ShLter when with peculiar and fmartnei looked and Why t e devil would you Shoot Her Im fure flie does her well I quicknefs of the thought had and produced a thunder of appiaufe from ths eoed produced natured A letter from dated the faJ On Monday evening after having rained ail a violent ftorm of wind came on mftaji tanepufly a it ftiJl continuing to and great did damqfre here and inthe pariiculariy two miles hence where i carried away three with all that was in and vyitii that the people in them were Feveral other houfes it is bslievedialmolt allthe walhcd down andcar itone bridge had not given mdre room for rhe waters dif charging itfelf freely into the The now ftone bridge at Satvcls End wis alib carried away   

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