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   Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 20, 1766, London, Middlesex                                SATURDAY S E P T EM B E R D R U R V L N By his M A J E S T Ys the THEATRE ROYAL m DRVRY THIS DAY will be prefented The The fcufy D ODD 5 Sir George PALMER feir Francis Yatey Sir Jealous Lore Packer i Aekraan Strange HRwrt Bradfoaw Patch for the firft time by Mifs POPE Mrs PALMER With ENTERTAINMENTS of D A N C I N To which will be The D E V I L to P A Sir John Love Lady Bennet j J Mifs Pit VFirft Upper Places for the boxes to be taken of at the No money to be received at the Nor any money returned afar the curtain is drawn HAM L E C O V E N T G A R D E Not acted thefe Two AT the THEATRE in COVENT on Monday next will be prefented of KING HENRY the Vtfith the Conqueft over the FRENCH at the Battle of Ac i N c o u R The SMITH Archbifhop of Walker Hull turning Morris Anderfon SHUTER Mac Barrington DunftaJl Weller Lewis j Mils Valois French by Dyer Williams the Englifli Soldier BUCK 5 Englifh Hallam King of Giifon Davis Clwke Gardner Bennet Stephens Pitt To which will be added not performed thefe three years The PROCESSION from the ABBEY at the With the Reprefentation of and the CEREMONY of the Pit Firft Upper Places for the boxes to be taken of Sarjant at the bio money to be received at the nor any money to be returned after the curtainis drawn EVERYMAN IN HIS L O T E R TWTO five per deducted from the mares and and but fix pounds from the inftead of ten notwlrhftanding they are fold at the loweft in the greateft examined and paid as foon by WENHAM and at theif State Lottery in ths Poul racing and were drawn thoufand each in the laft and fold at this Schemes of the Lottery given gratiij and letters duly Our mem of may depend OH their having their and on the moft rea fonable and ths money remitted them for the and blanks as foon as drawn and all bufmefs relating to the Lottery with the greateft ctie drawing of the Lottery wil begin on Monday the ith of T A T E i ICHARDS and at their Old Lottery L next to the CroftKeys Hoi beg leave to allure the that they take no deduction whatever from mares of tickets fold at this Office and no five per nor ten frfjm the chances by which entire new plan the Moft advantageous ever offered all perfons who pur chafe of will be paid feveral pounds more for a twenty pound and on the largeft prizes up wards of five hundred Lattery mares and are felling in great variety of at the loweft in thirty and paid as foon as Schemes of the Lottery gratis and all duly Begins drawing the i7th of November Four blanks to a We thall keep the molt exaft Numerical and Hegitter Books and all relating to the will be tranfacied with the greateit honour This dm u price 1 To be continued every Wednefday and Saturday THE EAST INDIA In which the whole aortduft of the Ds yiir be laid the true intereft of the Proprietors and the prefent ftate of the Companys fully examined and This paper is calculated as weH for the information of the diftant and as to afford free1 opportunity to every Proprietor to communicate his fentiments to the upon a Aibjeft at prefent fo and it will be from uncoritroverted and plain to afcertain real va lue of that the Proprietors may no longer the dupes of defigning and of Changealley Printed for Pauls where letters to the author aie received and may be had at the pamphlet and of the newscarriers in London and For and all other Complaints in the urinary occjfioned by ihe Veaereal or other FRANCIS who inade the Bougies for the celebrated Surgeon in Or diotry W hti Moft CLriftian by his during ftay in to inform thofe who are miy be afflicted that he ii under titcletwkb MAI t an experience i i neir to apply them in thejfataa and has engaged to fnfnith only with the fuperior excellence they are attenJed with ift the cure of Complain neeh no ai CAAANtfaccefs was AT GREAT near the Hole in the on Monday next will be by STE VE NSS celebrated L E C T UJEt E upon Part the Cherokee Quack Horfe Lottery of any and every Bodys Coat of Va Paint and Heads of Flat tery and Part Riding Ranelagb Laughing and Crying Philoib Married Old Old Lafs of Spirit two Hats and two Heads Part DiiTertation on Sneezing and Snuff Life of a Woman of the Teatable Learned City Po Gamblers three Gamblers Funeral and Life of a Head of a well known with a Tabernacle To conclude with a Lefture on Pit Gallery The doors to he opened at and to begin at feven oclock Tickets to be had at the Hole in the Wall in Pan and at the Ladies and gentlemen are defired to fend their fer vants before five Tbu day were in two volumes e RECHERCHES iur 1Origine des JSecouvertes Attribuees aux Ou 1on demontre que nos plus celebrcs Philofophes ont la plupai t de leurs Connoiffinces dans les Ouvrages des An cjens que plulieurs Verites importantss fur la Religion ont ete connues des Sages du Par D U T E N Printed at Paris j and fold in London by PAUL eppofite Southampton in the Translation of this in the and will fpeedily be The ctergymaa dictated whit he fard to the fol ajter which he returned to the He fell a VicVim to an over aft of There were nine who were formerly or deredjro moot him he and was bid by the officer to pull his cap over his which he did and whilft the officer turned round I fuppofetoputl reprieve cut of his pocket the poor man dropped a handkerchief out ot his and which was un derftood by the men that were to hoot him as a fignal to fire and indeed three of them did fire through his body before the officer could turn rouAd to ftop Oh think of this unhappy as the officer had a reprieve in his which came exprefs on Satmday In the officer Was endeavouring to heighten the fcene of horror as much as and then to pjp duce the pardon but tis top plain he and by fome unaccountable fatality the poor man loft his You may eafier than it can be the horrible confufionof the who is as innocent as as to but a melan choly abfexce happened Sept r Far the PHIL ty To the PRINTER of the ffon ignara mali miferis fuccurrere n ever t anv on c l m m more deiervedly the objects of our ftood in greater need of our prottC than ui preftnt critical fituation of All has taken the alarm and God only what unhappy confluences may be derived from the prefent unjuft and unmer ciful are daily from al moft all the interior parts of the of freqaent tumultuous afiemblies among the Poor what have we then not to dread from a perseverance in a trade fo when the effefts are already fo fentibly felt Not a citizen a mongftus but well from the univerfal entiments of thofe whofe bufi nefs it and who have canvafledevry that the prefifct were it all whitb is not tke cafe is not more than fufficient for our Whydo we not witli one in companion to our indigent and diitrefled fellow creatures approach the Throne for and that a prohibition may inftanrly take Charity begins at and why for gratification of a few felfifh allow a trade that hereafter will reflect the fouleft diihonour on a country famed for its benevolence and charity Shall we be allowed to inherit any of thefe virtues while we wantonly ftarve our people The prices have frequently been beyond the legiilative inten tion of a and yet the fatal bufinels is ftill carrying on with the advantages of that Who are the proper people to take notice of thefe abufcs of the Royal and what are they about The very method of carrying on the fpeaks their own as every entry patted is marked under the name of fome wretch hired for the purpofe to fcrecn the agent from the contempt and as well as refentmtnt of a traduced and injured I am in no nor can party have ought to do here but as a citizeft of the and a bro ther of the I can no longer withhold thefe matters of which I have as I am worn out with the expectation of fome abler pens attempting this common I hall be happy if this mould engage any fuch in the fupport of the Toms The charge in this againft a particular Houfe declaring one way and acting the could with any be efpecially as we apprehend Simplex is miftaken in one circuin JfJ This is not our old carrefpendeat ivbo ufed tofign To the PRINTER of YO U no be furprized at a letter from more efpecially as I have very little tomake it or worth portage how I think the following melancholy cataftrophe is not unworthy ot being known A marine fgldier was ordered to be mot at Ply mouthDock for on Monday the i sth which was The marine and tlie 4th were ordered toattend the About nine in the morning the prifonef was brought out of the after having received the fa and efcorted by an officers and the clergyman t his was carried before hfs which made the proceflion Appear more dreadful and About ten he got to the field of execution the diitance he walked is about a quarter of a mile but as he frequently kneeled and prayed moft f er I venily on the made him fo long About I eleven the commanding officer ordered he mould marchroundthe troops to admonifh is whifpertd that Sit Edward Hawke it on the point of throwing up from another mo In the fpace of laft fix there have Hen three Grooms of the five of the eleven Secretaries of Lords the five sf and above ninety other changes at the other printijial boards io fluctuating have been Of this Count Ambaftacior fornprnffnrk to this is appointed to the intend ed young Danifti ami his Excellency has refided in England many and fond of this country is preparing tjr his final dei parture from the celebrated has re ceived Qrders from the Duke of Yoi k t j prepare fome grand fireworks againft the marriage of hif Royal Highnefs the Princefs Matilda with the King of lord never appeared at Cnurt nT Jamess nnce the late the but hisLordfhips vifits have been frequent at the Queens r j t i To the PRINTERof the WE hear from many parts that our crop of wheat is very thin aad inefficient for our own and yet the remains of laft years crop is hurrying out of the kingdom as faft as pcfiible we are further informed that the lall aft which prohibited exportation to a limited gives no power to King and Council to continue the though it impowered them to ihorten it and therefore the exportation mufr be permitted till the parliament we are will be about the twiddle of November Here is GREAT Di STRESS indeed I a NATIONAL CALAMITY a TOTAL FAMINE like to be brought upon us by our own hands Before the nth of No vember grain may be exported in fxich quantities that there may not b a months provifion left in the Is this our boaflfed rights ami privileges Does this he w the excellency of our constitution Have we a right above all people on the face of the earth to take away our own lives and thofe of our countrymen If fach is our diftrefled and dange rous why was a moment loft in calling the parjiament together Can any more weighty or j important affair than the facing tbii nation from abfdute and all its dreadfnl confequentf Is there no difcretionary power in government to form refolutions Hke the antient Romans models of liberty Ne qitut detrimtnli capiat Then let government ufe tne means in their power If they cannot Jay an embargo on corn without a ge neral let a general embargo be laid A few days will reSify the abufe j it will reftify itfelf The exporters of afhamed and will reland their corn and iifeful traders loon be fet at liberty to purfue their HONEST I have informed that fonw merchants of noble patriotic have refufed fome large comrniilipns fo baneful to the community they facrifice private emolument to public good But what will it avail while tlie fons of Mammon embrace thofe orders which the good refufe Let the names and places of abode of thofe men who export corn at this time be made as public as ppfiible ler their names be printed in the public in Capital from the Bills cf that the people may fee who they are beholden to for the enfuing and that they may hold them as objecls of deteltation Perhaps fliame and fear may operate as ftrong as any until the law can relieve us jrom tbc impending A FRIEND of the 1 8 ichs bcu long pleaded their WANTED An edate that underilands the bufinels of Warehoufekeeper to a For further particulars enquire of in L O D O Yefterday morning arrived the mail from and one of the mails due from bywhich we have the following advices By the laft which happened on the 5th of at 30 pedons were and upwards of MO wounded or The Jews at on account ot the late are forbid to appear in the ftreets after five in the Some of being leen abroad after that hour on Saturday the were all immediately From Rome there is an acconnt or the death of Cardinal which vacates a fifteenth hat in the facred Letters from Leghorn that two one the other are arrived in Cor in the names o the their maf they have undertaken the oflice of between the Genoefe and the Paoljits and accord to all will foon reconcile the two and put the lait hand to a treaty of accom modation between Extrati of a letter from Augufl A velTsliailed from Leghorn about two years with a very rich and having never fmce it was fuppofed fhe had pe rilked but a perfon is juit taken up who was foimerly m after of a Neapolitan and who is aid ta have pillaged funk the above after killing all the Preparations are making for 1 his and the proofs that already appear againft him leave no room to doubt of his meeting the pu nifhment due to his Monday being the anaiverfary of their Ma jefties his Majefty will have a drawing room at to receive the compliments of the on that Lord Briitol is to kifs hands tor the Lieutenancy of on the of this and is imme diately to go and reiide in Lord NorthumbcirUnd is to be Mafter of the and it is thought will kifs hands fome day next We are informed thafSsr George Pococke reign ed folely on account of his ill It ate of health but it Of and with and feve ral times befoze his the latter noble Lords confinement at It is iVom fome hte with a probability of tint a reconcilia tion between the and Krl foon the nf which ii to be attri buted to a noble wbofe pvincipil fliare in the negotiation of the late eateft po litical animofity between liis and the now of this renewal of friendinfp betvveen the two noble the ot difle rences of our patriot his powerful now cannot fail of giving tha grcateit lia bility to his oY which hjs it is will prefide in the higheft It js rumoured that the uf Exche quer ftrorgly difipprevtd of ilinecfthe Earl of Js relative railing the funaa fcr ervice of tho next We are that the propofal faid to be the late great Commoners to diilolve ihe parlia ment at ihe end of the next has already caufed great and oppufijion fome of the noble and Rigtit at the We are now told that it cannot be true that the Earl of Chatham h written to the Privv Council recommending the ifluinga proclamation for an im mediate prohibition of the exportation of and declaring that he would avow theadviial and abide by the confequences becaufe it is that noble Lord it too well verfed in our laws conftitutions to advife a Uep to palpuhly illegal as not having the fanction of an aft of parliament and alfoas no it is would be bound to obey a prcclamati jn rot compa tible with noi authorifed by Ipme exijjting is with pain we make this becaufe we iincerely la ment the force of it in tlie cafe us On the other we are informed by a corre that in the year Loni adviied a proclamation to ftop the expert uion of upon a fimilar occsfion with the pielent me with which the wire as they faw thecxigencycftiie times recured Tuefday next Lord Haltanrl an with hi eldeft Ton and his ami others of his will let out for France and ibme therr eo for ward for where they will make a conildciab e to recover his Lordmips Yefterday George Eiq ore of the of the fet out f r the fejt of the Marquis of at caftle in Thurfday Tnorning the Right Lady Har rington fet out fioin ier houie in e Vnrd JamesSjtcr Tuntsridge a vilii to L dy Caroline her Ladyflrjis Yefterday was tnairied Sir to the JVJifs daughter rhc L rd Some people are very uneafy for the o the on account of fonu ate proceediuts of a foreign who has us rniny 3 preveiit him is ot Eng if fhe is to be bullied m every by an inland Prince on the Continent The Duke of Wa ton from Lon is iafe arrived at The William from is fafe arrived at The Indian at present in are being of the fame tiibc as the Samfon who is now in in order to collect morrey by the lupoit f the Wheelocks Indian chari y lattly eftabliftied in in They are alfo Indian having been in Am and well acquainted with the They ail peak as id fmr o iheni very well j nnd alfbcan write in of their lauds lie very near New York and in i hat city they were Theyrre in the laft fought urder Juhn againft the our The Proprietors of the failIndia fiuck are in treated to attend the Court of tp appointed tobe held on the when of the utmoft confequence to the Proprietors in ge neral wili be The right of the to look into thtir awn affairs is and tliere never was a time when it t more ex ercife that When inch preat and imj o t ant concerns are at it is IT none whj are within a reafcnable diltance of London will fa 1 to give their n the proceedings of this it will depend whether or i o the ve c of the Proprietors is ever after to be held as of any confequence in their own It is laid there are near one hundred and twenty mips loaden with now in tlit ri There is only one in our to prevent all the corn in the kirgdoui from being ex ported thaf it cannot be threfhed Before the parliament wh will bnbly crrry the bill for flopping the m four days after they have Is it notmiconfcitutiona to make a grant to any one however or power ever the Electors of a whereby the perfon mall have it in his power to put in what he pleaies for 31 Have not foire perfons hefte lately who had votes ji a certdin and others put in their room by a noble who i laid to iiive Lteiy   

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