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   Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 26, 1766, London, Middlesex                                F R I D A P T E R A V M A E Rings and GOR molt humbly reqneft the Nobility Subfcribers to the Ssiipus and Comic Operas for the eniutng will pleafe to pay their fabfcriptions Andrew Drunmond and at Charing who will give proper receipts for the It is humbly defired that Subfcribers to Boxes will pleafe to fend to the bilks of the laid a lift of the names of the fcoriipany belonging to thetr refpefitive for aver for toe preparing of the to be delivered to each aabicriber proper All thi principal and other Singers and Dancers are arrived from The Operas are to begin the 11 it of next J V L A N By his M A J E S Y UT the THEATRE ROYAL in DRURT Tomorrow will be prefented VEtt I C E Boxes Pit Firft Upper Places tor the boxes to be taken of at the No money te be received at the Noranynjphey returned after the curtain is drawn CO V R D E AT the THEATRE in COVENT THIS DAY will be prefented King RICHARD the King Beinohis firft appearance in thatcharaften Gibfon Earl of Davis Duke of Hull Wignel Perry Bennet Anderfon by Dyer Prince MifsValois Duke of Matter BcYfor4 Lord Buck Lielite nant of the Smith Lady by Vincent Duchefs of Fergufon To which will be added performed but twice thefe three years The PROCESSION from the ABBEY at the the Representation of and the CEREMONY of the Pit Firft Upper Places for the boxes to be taken of Sarjant at the Si No money to be received at the nor any money toberetiirnedafterthecurtainis drawn On Monday by clelire MAID ol the M A R Y O N E A D M By Particular Defire of fevsral Perfons of THIS EVENING will be performed the SERENATAof A C I S and Compofed by the late Tickets three which may be had hatrer andholierj in Covent garden 5 Bremnert in the Strand toe Rainbow in Cornmll and of atMarybone 7 There will be a PARTICULAR FIREWORK for this night by CLAN The doors to he opened at the performance to begin exactly at The Affembly Room will be prepared for company who chu to The heavy lofs has fviftamed by the bad nefs of the weather this he hopes will be a Sufficient plea for his faking a parricular night for tie thereforeTii treats the favour of his friends thenrfelves in his inteieft on the iSLANl3 on the Kotherhithe near the Turnpike BRAFTELD WILLIAMS returns his grateful acknowledgments to all thole ladies am gentle who have honoured him with their engaging company doring the prefent pleafant hoping the coniiuuance of their former as the are AiH pleafant and delightful affuring that nothing fhali be wanting on his part t render their accommodation every way agreeable and lor that purpofe conilantly retains proper per foos to attend their plsafures In a particular man acknowledges the obligations he lies under to the ladiei and gentlemen of Rotherhithe and for the particular marks of their friend Ihip and and the obligation ihall ways thaal fully gentlemen may be provided with tea and as ufuah Fias diverfion in angling and as thareare numbers of all round the I with profound Ladies and your ever molt very humble BRAFIKLD STATE O T T E R SIX pounds difference in the iinalkft and thte lafgeft five Only five pounds deducted from the inftead of and no five from lhares or chances the money paid here antV will he in proportion as for whole and at the low eft and the greateft regiftered and examined in thirty and fixtyfeurthsj by at his in near Lombard and near Dunftarts HARRIS over the Tickets FourTilanks to a The blanks tD be trahsferrable annuities at Bank of bearing thtes per per and South Sea with their fevercu India Navy and Vicluat and all Kinds of Government Vougjit and fold by The Lottery be gins drawing din Monday the i of All letters from town or country peft paid duly public are defired to take that I removed from my late Office in Hoi and no connections for sod all other CompJainti in the urinary nccifioned by the Ventieal Dlfeafej or apy FRANCJS who made the Bougies for the celebrated Surgeon in Or i his Muft Chrlftian by his fefing in defires to inform ihofe who are ie affiifleJ with thofij he is under wftleteswiih an experienced fifcft apply thyn in the fame manner with DAR and engaged to furniflt him nijf the fupennr they are attended with in the curv ftf ihofe needs no as D AR fucoels was emioanUy 79tlui JVortbj tie City vf my name ftands firft in the Jift of thofewho will have the honour to in nomination be ore you at the approaching of a LordMayor of this for the year enfuing t I think it my duty to that cannot prefume to foiicit the favour of your voices on having reafontp ajiprehend in ffatc of my health iir I had the honour to be elected beimpoffible forme t6 execute important If it mould toreitore my I at any future receive with the molt refpedt ful gratitude fo diftinguifliing a mark of your con with great Your isoft faithful and Obedient humble FRANCIS To the and oftbt County T TlS Majefty haying been gracioufly pleafed to JLx appoint me jointly with Lord to be Paymarcer of the my eat in parliament ia thereby become vacant 1 therefore hum Wy intreat the honour of your vote and intereft at the next afluring you of my fteady attachment to the laws and liberties of this and of my grateful attention to the and profperity of my who upon fo hewn fuch an affecTionate regard to Their mod and Moit obliged hurabJe GEORGE The misfortune I have met with in breaking my I plead my excufe for not malcing a perfonal application at S T A T E L O TT K K THE Shares of and Shares of are fold by HAZARD and Stock at their under the Pi azza of the Royal and at their houfs in Tickets and Shares regiftered at fix pence per and the earliejt accauut of their fiiccefs lent to any part of Great Schemes of the Lottery given and letters pottpaid Four blanks to s The Lottery begins drawing on Monday the i7th of All kinas ot Government Securities bought an 1 fold by ibis Morning will be Part tlie among many other remarkable thofeof for a and Thomas for robbing on FincMey THE Whole Proceedings on the Kings Commif ami GoalDelivery for the City of nd aHo rhe Goal Delivery for the County of heki at JutiiceHali in the Old on Wednef iay rhe the Friday the Saturday the and Mon day the 8th day of in the fixth year of his Majtftys reign being tie feventh fef fions in the Mayoralty of the Right GEORGE Efq Lord Mayor of the City of Printed for at the in Pauls T A T E t O T R NO five per from the hares and and but fix pounds from the inttead of ten notwithftaading they are fold atthe loweft in the greateft examined and paid as Toon by WEN HAM and at their State Lottery in Poul were drawn prizes of ten thoufand pounds each in the laft and fold at this Schemes of the Lottery given gratis andletters oltpaid duly Our likewifeall mem bers of may depend on their having their and on the moft rea fonable and the money remitted them for the prizes and blanks as foon as drawn and all buiinefs relating to the Lottery tranfafted with the greateft care and drawing of the Lottery wil begin on Monday the ith of 7 bis daj is In one large Volume in price or A RATIONALE of the DOCTRINE of ORIGINAL SIN A Vindication of Gods permitting the Fall of and the fequeut Corruption of our Lead ing to a britf view and defence ot the grand fclienie of placed in a new light and built on a rational Fxpofition of the and many other important ef that have been hitherto much Oc foine ol Middletons f By J A M E S B A T Reftor of Dcptf formerly Fellow of and Fellow Elect of Corpus Colleges in Printed tor the Author and fold by in Pallmsll j Robinfon and in Parernolterrow and James at in B O O K S N O SELLING V E R V C H E By B E N J A M I N At Horaces in Fleetftreet by whom is A CATALOGUE of the entire LIBRARIES of Xx the SAMUEL Archdeacon of lately deceafed of a Barrifter at retired from Practice an i of feveral other valuable Parcels of Books which make together a fine in almoft every clafs of and ia moit of the ancient and modern Languages many of the Books are in elegant and curious Among them are the following Kraorr Delicias vivis Trew Hortus IcenibuJ 5 Sehmidel Icones Planta Ekret per vivis Catefbys culs Knorr RumphiiHerbariumAm 7 at Hortus Eltha i Liftnaei Hortus Cliffbrtia Hills Vegetable 1 Hills natural 3 Horfelcys Britannia Ro S pences Anderfdhs of Com t Ainfworth and John fons Harriss CollecVion of a Survey of Lon z State Statutes at by Cay and and 6 De par Ruins of Palmyra and 4 Calrnet fur la Du Halde de la 4 Oeuvres 6 Oeuvres 3 Porse Qfffici Ariftophanes Biblia 8 Vitringa in a Critici Du Frefne 6 Gtggei Lexicon Arabic 4 Golii De Bry India 4 Antoniana z prices are pointed in the and marked in jhe firft leaf of every And Cataloguer may be had the of price Some Years a To the PRINTER of the MUST I think the Proprie tors of not been treated by the the candid manner they hadtfekfon to and therefore acknow ledge it gives me when ever I fee fuch behaviour meet with a check j at the fame time I am of it would have been much better on every if the divi dend had been advanced to inftead often per efnecially if it be confidered that it as it Itands at require the fandtion of the General Court of before it will take nnd that ata time when the affairs of the com pany are likely to undergo a Parliamentary with regard to their conqueft in I was at the General and am lorry to the number of perfons who appeared to have qualifications trans ferred to them to lerve n particular purpofe were fo and of fuch a ns J never beheld I do hope many of them will think of what they are going to before tkcy take the to be ad ininirlered every perfoia before they give in llieir ball Letters fe Sincere Wellwifher to the Real Lover of his An of A Lover of Pupil of Conilant A ConJtant To the PROPRIETORS of EASTINDIA FOR informaion of fuch who were abfent from the Couri bell yefterday the lius brief account is By au thentic advices from tiiI and Ccuncil at in and from Lord the clear annual territorial revenue from the Companys late after the annual tribute cr rent payable to lie Mogul and Nabob are is each exdufive of all profits of expected income of the vincc of included in the grant to the Com not yet adjured which on a moderate may be more than equal to the military expence of the eilablidiinent ib that the fsint acknowl clenr reve nue is quite fufiicient to an annual dividend ot fifty on the capital flock ot the for the pre ent and every io long as tlie faid levtnues ihalj be enjoyed by the which by fo lemn tresity and coirpacl ratified and by both Mogul and Nabob fiiall be Having thus let it be remembered for about ten years the Proprietors at the an nual difadvantage of two per lefs dividend on their on that bore the heavy expence andjburthen of the war while during that period the fervants of the Company in and alio Iradef men have been getting dtates out of and from the concerns of the Company for which plain fome confidenttions fliould be now lrul cf the Proprietors refpefting their own im mediate by way of relitf from fuch ten years enormous which has taken up twenty per of the Proprietors money and it feems to be their juft for that reafon to reap fome nefit in preference to future fers of the Companys which laft new in cafe of a delay in the increafe of wouldrun away the advan tage of thefe which the Pro prietors are in juftice andhoaour better entitled to 5 for which cogent I rhink every in genuous Proprietor muit be for thepropofed increafe the enfuing half to be ballotted for by the Pro prietors on Friday the z6th efnecially when it is the acquifitions are more than equal to the dividends on all the Com panys capital ftojk of as it now flands two per mere every half for ten years to come and efpecially alfo is further confider that fuch additional gradual increafe of two per every half will be attended with much lefs violence of fluctuation in the price of the than it would do by being delayed now and after making the additional iucreafe as the latter might occafipn a Aid Jen rife of fome hundred par which would be a heavy difappointment to the pre vious fellers and too extravagant a profit to the previous p Shall we interpret your fflencfs into a general conjcni that you do f If we indulge an expectation trlaf in order to them Shall we hops to fee tv ik cecit3d by nyof jour oivn lenrnetl bench Or is it to bs impaled ch cf your dapkns or dependents As t is an srdaous will if notbj token of to let it uiake a few flight I am not vain enough to an aiifwer to thefe plain queftions but I would hed up etn by the and then of their Lordfiips upon the 1 UP to rive lip opinion of the Siut I cannot help prtftjit occa The church the in the fable to yield to r thtiturdy to be fo as i R to rui Vantage of arvy du ring 400 in L O N r IN A ii PRIVY AT WEDNESDAY OF THAT IP VvioLD ABLE IOLAY AN ON ALL iUJPS LOADED WITH WHEAT A ND THE NECEssAin DIATELY IuR TilAT Ytilenhy was Court aoi room at We hear tbar rlatilua lit Iroin r lie R poles Jyini at the Ai uTns at in in to We hear tiint Cuunt is appointed ViceChamberiain to the We hear Governor of wiM let out for to Highnefb in her i Ji Letters from that her ijntul Marlhal of the court hid ciinv to invite ail the cjjrr ot Iv and of that tf to nrif f public entry cf the of future It is faid Hint the Princ of vS firft blue ribbind M it fhall Yefterday the u1 ad a grand levee a h n r u were thi Weclnefday nichr the t LT Cvrn who cimc to town that returned ro K from the GtrmaM viiVrVhtV octa for two Kr the Yefierday arrived in Kk had t ofa It h id LcrJ Ciiv c i rih Peer on his arrival totally an acl cf Infoi iciig We hear thi htr trcuJy rf com merce conciudtc L c Jure c a pcrion in a p xipiiii tiie was ii us i c ExtraS cf a litter a i i i J This at rHer tie parriv by vMiit of ui thoro wivIV it was to rccnrJ inch It is the liai not failed in oliir Or j thoulauds mint The Afeflcii folks no mere of it they wti in is aje very ThEliier ivr li n a fx To the PkJNTEK of the You are requested to infert in your papr tiis foi iowing upon a fubjeci rather at this To my tle IS not the autiiorof the a digni member cf the church of England Willjca eCpouie laid down in that or not depended OH A letter from ing Dyet of that Dvt likely to be more to i1 is to open at on the 6th of Ijtt According to reign tufrjin we ro i vs to thir of rune are been made by Itriflt as ifr though tluv here are n w ri j i through a Letters troin uo wanis of three s iJ r rival have lately been ufia Bal tic for the Kings Letters in far that in parti cf IH mage had been ljhtriip whereby leveral have Teen iic and a of Yelterdny was held a Court of t e Po vernor Compariy of Buk their Houllin when n of 2 per for n agreed to fir the naifyear endiut oi ber next the dividend ihs itrh of the fcmc L In the South Sea yeartiit courr a di vidend of fi per tor r oVm 1 ii the ad thar ciVLjict tJ and nxt Letters thu che v w hish U   

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