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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 27, 1766, London, Middlesex S A T U R D A SEPTEMBER Y MARK E Kings GOR moft humbly requelt the Nobility and SuWeribers to the Serious and Comic for tfce enftyng will pleafs to pay ihelr Andrew Dru nrnond and Oiarina who will give proper leceipts for the It is humbly dehrcd that tjie Subscribers to the Boxes will pleafe to fend to the Office df the faid Theatre a lift of of the belonging to their refpeaive or for HIver for the preparing of the to delivered to each Subscriber in proper All tlie principal and other Singers and are arrived from Italy The Opera are to begin the nAof next L N A J ES T Ys T the THEATRE ROYAL in DftirRY THIS DAY wilt be prefented 6 P H A ff Holland i by Powell Benfley Branfby the Cattle j Mifs Plym 5 To which will be The H E R M I TJ HARLEQUIN at Rooker j Kear Pan GriraaWi CLwnr by j The Dances by Signer Signor Signora Pit Firtt Upper Places iorthe boxes to be taken of at the No money to be received at the Mor anv money returufed tlie curtain is drawn OaTuejaay ROMEO and Being her firft appearance on tins T E N T THEATRE in JV on Monday by Tho W A I D of the MIL Betes tit Pit 38 Firft Upper Bacei for thebpxes to be taken of Sarjant at the j ho money to he received at the nor to bereturaed after thecurtain is IttkcWtrtbj 0 tot Lty oj 1 firft in the lift of thpfe whp hsve the honour be in npmination be ryouattheapproaching eleejtion at a LordMayor City for the year enfuiug v I think it my duty that 1 cannot prefume to fohcit Ae favour of your vuices oh tlwt having too much reaton to apprehend that in the prelent ftateof my health if I had the honour to be elected your Chief it would beimpqflible for me tpwecutt ttut important If ii flipuld pleafe God to my receive the moft refpect fiji diftingoilhihg a mark of your con with great Your ntoft fcithfijl and ObeoUeQt ttuinble EAST 1 N D I A EX A M I N B1L S the Wlot on the Whether it is pro per or not toencreaie the dividend on the ca mtai ttocfc of the Eaft India Company to ten per next not determined till late yelfterday begs leave his th number till Tviefday r Ittttrsfenid MEAJi lafl To the PRINTER of the N kingdoms arrived at tlie fame fplendour wikb Sump tuary Laws are the height of the moft towering folly as prejudicial to trade as V that circulation of f0 Jeceffary in a commercial kiugdoai in orderto keep up afpirit of action among die working part of the We are not curtt wrtU want op pwtanltiei turning oqr refpeftive abilities to pro fit ijithe way of fupporting thefe 1 are opera pr The theatre of induftry open w and is fufficiently courting our therolhof AnjJ mCeVaries of life ate foraewhat dearer than yetOtir price not much higher than is propor ttoacd to now fuperior to exjftwl in at nvw like a over JTibt Itfening ih interior parts of the earth to fetch it as in other evejft after the coaquelt of Afia by tlieir the could not boaft our opu Arid theRonans after they had the riches of the yet fell far tbe esritiiafive fize of patrimonies Nor Italy ever like able out of hardware and othsr of daily ue in The want commodities withinher on Her and hourly Jber of which from as We rtiurt of but and in tlrtspits eiice ihcfe filing inetAU and diamoads re it por We for iron the molt great an c countries The iron ftone is here to be met with in many places and more than we can ufe of it to the moft diftant is to be feen in a country within fourfcore or ninety miles of where fuefcofti next to and fabpur is as ascanbe The I is on the fea coal and near the Kings where charcoal may be had injilenty for only the trouble of making At tne Natural Bafon ofTchriltChdrcli on the coaft there is a ridge JoK reftly to the ifle of which confifts wholly of iron and may there la any quantity whatever at a very fmall eifpehcej r rather at the fmalleft poflible exf as the rock U quite and moft eauly What a toarae it is upon our that in the vicinity of fo noble a foreft there mould lie expdfed to diyligifitfp infinitely va luable atreafure as if it was an inexpia ble to dig where the Crown claims a right 5 or that wj were fo mad as tofuppofe this iron of no meerly becaufe we can come at itby employ ing a few of our own poor to dig it or rather to gather There is indeed needed for the various ufesoflife of different qualities and even in the plough Ikare then be two diffirent brts of But all the diverfitiei in that valuable commodity are folely owing to different modes of well known to our ingenious chemilts or tliefe be learned from workmen eafily to be got in the different countries from whence we import the fevenl of iron now in ufe in oiir Why then mould we go and for a commodity be had at fj fiuall an expence in Hatnpfhire And why fhould we lay out money ih countries where the ballance of tiade is which would be much better employed In feeding our own When I obferve the of the Bafon at and the tad quantity of iron ftone on the more of the pace where the Roman caigp I cannot enough admire how it has that a locality of fo great importance been fo much neglected by our feverai as it is evident that we might there have a wet dcxk for building hips of where his Majciry has umber for the and iron for the It is in deed a great pity that fo many thoufnnd acres fhouhl lie a ufelcfs waftein Foreft when a of the pace properly taken care would produce a Aifficiencyof timber for every national But if this foreft muft rertiam as it why ihould not a proper advantage be made of the iron and timber there laid dowa to our hands by bountiful for the valuable purpofe of in a place capahls of being made impregnable to a foreign force at a very trifling expence Surely notliingbut the moft abfurd obltiiiacy can fo blind ou that we will not obferve the great benefits that would ac crue to the nation from properly adverting to the eircumftances which I have above fct and are notorioufly known to every body acquainted in thefe The French and Spaniards we preparing themfelves for They are making ready a naval force unknown in former that they may on better terms than todifpute with us our which is all the pur fuperiority on the In fuch a a due regard to oar own preservation perfuadei us to be ftfcw a very particular attention to every branch of commerce relative to our marine military circum more efpecially to thofe hints which promlfe us fliips of war at a lefs expence than former in a place fo well as the harbour of ChriftChurchin from ftorms or the at tempts of and fo near the French coaft that our fhips from thence might fuddenly annoy or be fpeedily brought about to Portfmouth pr any other rendezvous the government might Theieare the military advantages rationally te be from a dock and iron works at Chritt Church but the which would from thence refujt are infinitely as we might there have as much iron made as would entirely fu perfede the neceffity of having any from and consequently found the expectation of re taining ih Britain all the money we annually remit for purchafing foreign ir to Den and where we buy it at Ir3lkjrk in cottrtihg iron our ejes without trouble of breaking Our docks for building mips of war are fo fituated that our enemies without any inform themfelves of every motion we make in our naval affairs bat the place I have here pointed put lies fo remote from a confluence of that a French fpy would there be more rvadily which in time of war is often a matter of great importance to the iuccels of a9 it is too ofcen ex tremely eafy to judge of the object in view by the nature of the which in this remote corner of our ifland might be kept very al tbough our fquadrons would almaft foon out at fea from this harbour as from I know there are who imagine rhat we have already too manv iron works in which they fuppofe jtp con fume a deal of be piuch better employed on other purpofes tilit tlvefe feem to be en tirely in fufHcieat may be made of wood fit for no other Nor do thofe peribns appearto hive any idea of the great it is to this to keep our money nmeii as pofiible at They alfo feem re fplvednot to that raifmg of like railing of i beft eocouraged by its confumptioh j an4 it is fo very thafan iron a rand a dock for building ftips ofc war in tfeis ipo indoknt part Erigjand not only greatly cohtribuW to rtV b A and moft ufttverfil national but alfo together vith ether in a country where the are bymuch too little attentive to trade and The landholders in particular not only in that but alfo all over the would foon very ftrohgly feel theagree be benefit of thefe improvements in that confequertt rile pf which neceifarily would be thereby oc To the PRINTEPv of the T READa letter in one of your papers in I which it was that a great number of the Eaft India who voted Tit laft hadfylit flock I have but one word to fay about that the prefent Direclors were appointed by the fplit votes of Lord Clive and his other wife Sulivan wouM ftill have been at the head pf this I do not pretend to know whether or not any fplit votes upon the laft occa bu I know it the cafe upon the election of the prefent I L ON DO Yeflerday arrived the mails from and by which we following ad vices Extra3 of a letter from The earthquake which was ftlt here the 5th of was much more violent along thePropon and in the interior According to the accounts of and all the intermediate towns and are in the moft deplorable cvndition all the itone and even the public are thrown down or extremely And we hive advice fY0m that tfe iame mack threw down there feven t4eftroyed feveinl niofquej and that the of the as as n gieat number of public have greatly At the de the the coniternation was gene and none of tlie people thought it afe to flay intitieir We are likswile that the in coail derable and that the flrock was felt as far as ExtraS qf a kttcr frem We have u from that the Princefs Caroline betrothed to f he Eling of will let out on the zd or of OftobeV for Copen Her Rayat Highneli will pafs tluougli iome part of the Unicd and this to where ftie will embark on the Elbe and we hear from ihat pre parations are making therefor her Two coaches belonging to the deftined for tjie fer vice of this will take tpmprrowthe rqute of with feverai and other domef ticks and in a few days a Chamberlain and a Gen tleman of the Chamber will fet out for in order to receive her Royal Highnefs and conduit her to Lettevs fronv Venice that Val famaki was on thepoiat of receiving fenlence af death and after his the Senate vrouti appoint an Ainbaitador Extraordiaary to go taihajiteahe Grard pn the of the Ke for his deiiveriBg up that They from that in the night between the jd twenty eight and all their were confumed by at Kollo iu where two other fires happened no longer ago than lali The embargo on all corn may juftly be deemed a very timely and fortunate circumitance for the people of this kingdom j for by the lait letters re ceived from all agree that the corn has failed this year where j particularly in and allover except in the and there the corn runs England and that the Turks have felt the fear city fo as order their galleys to all corn fhips wherever they caa find That the oi dei i are unlimited as to great temptation to export for one feme time bought up corn to the amount of for by which he got A magnificent entertainment is which is to be given by his Excellency Count de on Wednefday to the Foreign Mi en account of tlie by of her Royal Highnefs Princefs to his Danifii Two at hi Mijeftys grand coaches have been fent frpm Hanover to to wait there for he re ception of her Royal Highnefs Princefs Caroline The Prince of Orange has ordered his ftate yacht robe at to attend her RoyalHignnefs Matilda to It is faitl that the Earl of Halifax has to name the terms on which hs would come in to aid of ihe prefent Yefterday the Earl and Counters of Chatham fet out tromtheir houfe in Bond for recovery of his Lprdfhips In a few ibys Lord Vlfcount Stormont lets out for his Lordihip hath been AmbafTador fromoui YeWerday arrived ih town the Right Robert fron his country feat at Gosfield in arrived in town from at his Grace the Duke of the Right Efqj Secietsry in abfence of the Lprds and Privy now fits as Prefident of the being the eldeft Secretary of Thursday expiejfes were fent off to and feverai of the fuppofed to contain orders for laying aa imnxcdiate embargo on corn Ihipsf It been reported that the embaffy to Spain has attended with fome peculiar emo to the Ewtof His the Prince of will not make fo extenfive a tour as he nt firlt an exprefs arrived with aa account df his in tentions to be in England before the expiration of theenfuing determina tion for returning fo gives room for various Our currefpondent at Weft Floritla acquaints what we are very forry that there are great jnteftinedivifjnns in that infant colony and vyiiich retard the Settlement of that iriiportant Yeflerday at the ballot of EastIndia at was in favour of the quethon for an en cieafe of to per by a majoriry of near tlree to being for the and 431 Wehaar there will be a call on the Proprietors of India of twelve and a to inafci up the original ft which Sunday next Robert Diri Ef i n 50 their office with atGuiklhalli jiftet which Darling will gfyi entr tainment to the Court of itidi the of Afliftants of thef Cl tkmakcrs at iK And on Tuifday next fvro Sin rccoiii anied by the Lord Msj Court of he above tws iviflgo in JVste MVTTJ Citild inll to the Three litre will and go in the city to in t5 Curfitor Barons of tlie hi Weftminfttr according to annual tiilium and tbcrice heywill return M h Sheriff Efdail alfu eaaeminnven to the Courtof Monday beinp will come on atGuiidhali theeKclion for pf this 2tty when it is ex reeled n iint of tir Francis Gofli rigs ill Rte cf Sir KolvitKite and Sir Nnthauifcl ti e rwo inior men in be by th Livery to the Court of tor liieir rholce pV one of5 thefe gentleinen to be Lord Mayer tuf Yelterday the cf appointed to coufi er upon tie mer di 10 tliC gaol of nt rmpoitiint friifi Tke v iy indifferent rnd olht r incan veniencfcs to the as wt11 as fe confinrd in enCrenfit of by he her of inhabitants who of Vsve cnme IP rcii4 in tlie many builtiiagsin fhe opulent n made tbt Ton this oi every year ihe greater 5 iheu fore ii is liift corporation of London wll have Ipirii to fix upon a proper fcheme for csiiying this dellgninto immediate 5 not under the countenance of patriotic who have already cxprsfffft thej in clinations to promote the iiitcrii ind metrop any prairigable Iciierae or plan fftr that will meet vvi h all the will be in the power of govcrnnKiH The Knglilh cliildrei niw at the following convents in At Calas 50 Boxilowgiw Montreal ti 90 As we haveywever loft a lolt Garrick and tH Theatre Rpyal in will in ie fped to firft rate this tu either of the London 1 lie llrepgth of a a Daw anil a is too powerfrti for TO coittni wirh r ta we jienr thwe is fonia of x coalition1 between this iacir cumflance hoped for tin Ly the theatricaJConnpiileurs of cur ftfhr On nigi of die nol cele brated firgers the werit ar of a pro perly to try what h in ie with and a gaitisr took ber near and it aliaut the tim wiicn tlie i c c account of tlje fiie picked deal or would liAve to iie and ths wiio going by hi wife in liij ci UMS fo vajjii vated by ihs voice of tha t he a e i pr tencs to fen1 his old Lady snd thn laid luch clofe 10 the pci as her re treat tor of a Yelterday morn in oclock a r e broke ut at Abraham anorjry jexii1oer Deputy in It was caulixf by a on the of the arch untltr the tfitn n of the fire from ike jjrate f ling through tlie Jt fet catched one of the blitit ih the whn cuuld hi and there being plenty the fire was foon without oa A certain llage drives with fix and who tkkes up ar Barking and on Sunday night lad forcibly drova thrunirh Mileend turnpike witliout piying itreft and befidssmal treated the ciUeitc r of tluU toll with out any provocation fr jm The next col with a took him at ths inn he and him jef Juftice at the Rotation office in after a a impartial eJ the uv to make the collector under penalty of ihe Jaw being put in fores egainit hinij which he du direftiy By interpofitjon uf toe a of tlecoschinairstxpaacss amounted ti little more thantwenty fhi On Thurfday a young fell to n tradefmari in his his iil ufage before Sii Stephen Theodore Chairiberluin of It that the vvh lr blame lay the ap prentices who siitvcil in cxcetdng bad manner to his am by ilo ciating with difordeily c with a fct of bad periods anncJ h to the terror of his jMnjllys iubj For an1 diLrde y hs wn c jmsViittsd to hard The young fellow was io he liof liitvv ing hib fhd uvtn afurhiscom niinent was and he was out of GUI d On Tfmrfday evening r of tise riiiitsejr ihe Sviven DJJS had his of linl hotcs and rings to the amount of U be Re Cunue of in the is appointed to U I hii wesK was nr llanrl of to or MDiiilay cerJy hy all who had the of eiu with ot kj whce liiilmeis 15 Cii oj by an experienced pcrion in that for the of licj itif ajid b and lie nimbly hones for of ih favours of her hie huftnnds A tew cays riice c his feat courty of ia lor that
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