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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 30, 1766, London, Middlesex iTL Gazetteer and New Daily IT SEPTEMBER 1766 H A V M A R K E Kings andGOR molt humbly requeft the Nobility and to the Serious and Comic for the enfuing will pleafe to pay their fubicriptions to Andrew and at Charing who will give proper ithe It is humbly defired that the s to the Boxes will pleafe to fend to the Drfipeof the faiii Theatre a M of the names of the ornpany belonging ta their refpective or for liver for the preparing of the to be delivered to each Subicrioer in proper All tb principal and other Singers and are arrived from The Operas are to begin tde i iff of next R U R Y L M A I E S ROYAL R A N ROYAL in DRURT TH1SDAY will be prefented O and J U L I E tc r the time Cautherley Mer PlJmerj Fawcet Tibaltby AicHin Branfbjr 5 by Packer Burton Friar Law Havixl f Lady Bennet NuiieV Crofij Being her firft appearance on this With Uie FcNiKAt The vocal parts by Vin Mifir Ail Mafquerade by and Signora To which will be DAPHNE and A M i N T o VERWONi j Mifs With dances incident to the by Signor and Signora Mifs Pit Firft Upper Places for the boxes to be taken of the No moHey to received at the Nor any money returned after the certain is awn On by particular defire The BEGGARS COVE G A R D E AT the THEATRE in COVENT Tomorrow will be preiented LOVE MAKES A M The FOPS With the Bsxes Pit Upper Places for the boxes to be taken of Sarjant at the No money to be received at the nor any money M A Y B O iM E GA D By TOMORROW EVENING will be a CONCERT of Vocal and inllrumenul MUSIC which will conclude with an ODE en the of the KTNO and QUEEN of to a favourite Air of There wilt be a NEW GRAND FIREWORK on the by The doors to be opened a five the mufic to begin at Admittance each f Sttbfcribers tickets admitted as o ft O A 13 T T T T A Yfr4R tT D TT D V f 4 X w A For the BENEFIT of The VENETIAN aijd AT THIS DAY will be exhibited VARIETY of NEW both ferious anil by Signor Gri Signer A SignoraMa Mifs Mils Amoir and by Signor Mafter and Particularly man will fly through with fire mid Ue of i by Mifi and Variety of curious performances by the Venetian and hii never feen at Sadleri wella for that night Several feats of activity upon the by Signor and Signora Mafter and Matter A dance on the the celebrated Mailer Particularly a Scaramouch Boy of fix years Sinrar Colpi will turn the Catherinewheel on the flackrope with furprifing with fireworks tied to hit The whole to conclude with a new entertainment of mufic and called The CUSTOM of the The all entirely Boxes Pit or Gallery Te begin exactly Virant Rex Tickets and places to be had of at the in Ifliagton at at the Two in SevenDials j at the Gun in Jamess j and at tht bar of the S T ATE L 6 T T E R Shares of and Shares of aje fold by HAZARD and Stock at their under the Pi of the and at their houfe in Tickets and Sfc i ts regiftered at fix pence per and account of their Jlitcefjfent to any part of Great hi i Schemes ct the tottery given and tetters poftpaid duly Four blanks to The Lottery beVlni dmwing on Monday the lyth of AU kjinas of Government Securities bought and fotqby bt publijbtdt pritt SUM R of IHE EAST In wJuch the P s hid the jfcriie nterelt of the Proprietors and the ftate of the Companys fully examiaed This paper is calculated for the infoiiuarion of the diftant and to afford to every Proprietor to comrnunicat Itis fentinMflts to the upon a lubjtct fo iqjcrefttag and it wilibe from and piaia the real va lue of that tlie Proprietors may no longer be the dupts of defiguing and of Clumgcalley Printed for in Pauls letters to the author are received and may be had at thw and uf the in London and To the GENTLEMBN and FREEHOLDERS eftbi TJIS Majelty having been gracioufly pleafed to JtX appoint me jointly with Lord to be of the my feat in parliament It thereby became vacant I therefore humbly intreat the honour of your vote and intereft at the next afliiring yon of fteady attachment to the laws and liberties of this and of my grateful attention to the and profperitjr of mv who upon fo hewn Aich an aflecliohate regard to Their mod and Moft humble GEORGK The misfortune I have met with in breaking my I plead my txcufe for not making a perfonal application at Far Congderations on the Trade and Finances of this tbt letters ftgned MEALFAC TORJee laj To the PRINTER of the T the extraordinary fteps taken by the prefent Direftors of the EaftIndia there is nothing more what we hear they have fpread about relative to Lord i f i The Proprietors who werefcr tht fatisfied in general with the measures he has taken in never blamed rd The give who were for the intend to and deftroy Lord and by that means our EaftIndia fettlements into anarchy and If it is true that the Directors have fpread luth re it can only turn againft themfelves and it is faid they will be at the next to de clare if tliey have any reafon to fidd fault with the conduft of Lord We fuppofe that this is only a nrufk to cover therufelves with his Lordihips as if he was the object of the Proprietors reient when in it is again f the Directors alone that the blow is If the Direction is I imagine that more real juftice will he done toLord dives than by the prefent This I think an artifice in the Directors tuo ridiculous to impofe upon theraoft ignorant though they may think that they are throwing om a tub to the The by what I can mean to fupport the credit of the and to protect forae of its ferviius in of whofe we have reafon to Clive is now fatif At any in a free and according to the charter of the EaftIndia it is to the Proprietors that Lord Clive makes his applica tion to judge of fervants in the laft relbrt and it h to the fame who granted his ths and Ueated him with the greatdt generofity and We hill fee at the next Court how the Directors will and we hope with more judgjuenf and good fenfe than in any ftep they have hitherto I A OF Litters rtceiiied Detector of a grofs To the PRINTER of the AS I was reading lately the arguments and abufe a late tranfaction has it induced me to reflect what aniwer I hould if a perfect to every thing that has happened was to afk who is this and what has he done thus to cxtfperate the people I mould I be thought to anfwer if I made the fallow ing reply the prefent the late had during the term of about 40 fierved his country with the utmolt and fideiiy had ever beea a ftrong aiTertor of its honour and he had advanced to a higher pitch than ever any man or men had done before hit From hence he had wholly gained the love and eiieem the people j I of the wifeft and bell men throughout every ftation of In thefe circum and Aich as he is here had by one unlucky action altogether loft the favour of the nation in the fpace of twelve hours and not only cancelled all the obligations his part fervicet might be fuppofed to have but had been even represented as a monfter fcarce worthy to walk on the face of the relation he would naturally conclude that he had been guilty of mur or perjury had attempted the MFe of his or endeavoured to enflave the people i What then muft be his opinioa when he hears that it was none of nor any thing like nor that he has as yet done us any nor that he is fuppofed Wtely to do us birt only that fome people ima and even that with very little mow of that he not likely to dp us any more good This I all the accusation brought again It him No one J ventured to fuppole clthfr ihV ift or and a very ftiort reflection will convince us of improbability of the jd To give its full we will fuppefe he has new chofen to from public affairs The very head and front of his offending hath this co more 5 fo that at the worft we can only bring him to a ftate where he neither does us good nor and confequently though he inay not claim any future he cannot anywife merit ill It be that ferve ones country is a duty which every man who can is under an obligation to perform but furely the having oflce Irrved us does not make that obligation the 3 which would be juit as much as to becaufe you havegiven me one hundred you muft likrvrife give me aad fo on to I requires that he fhould ftill be held in our efteem till he dots ibrue and that pretty which may liis former by this rale we approve or If the vices in any one charaiki we pronounce him proportionably a bid ififis a good The virtues of the prefent No ble Earl I in erery unprejudiced fo confiderably that it muft be fome thing very important which can reduce the other fcale to a This will appear fo very evident to every impartial that I mail not attempt to il lulirate it any being fenlible that the eafier any thing is in the harder it will oe to make it more fo by Thus we have confidered it in the worft light But a fliort exami nation of the accufatioB will I convince that thefe fulpicions are as unjuft as the abuis is illi It may upon this betnnecef fa y to look back 10 a former topic of cavil the abfurdity of which I thought mult people had been convinced but which Teems to be now brought as an axiom upon which they think to The circumftdiice I mean bis having accepted a pen or to ftfip ort that formidable three thouland a I fhouKl if Tome of tlioft gentlemen would tell which I dont re member they have yti where is the harm in I do not iee how a by offemis againft either religion or unlefs he be tempted by it to do what is impious or diftioneft So far a pen ijon is and To far is money and every other do nation which does not at all prove that they are fo in when they have not this effect and that they had eftect upon the prefent the future conduct of Chatham has fuf ficiently This U I an additional argument our prefent We have fcen him ait with integrity fpr thefe forty years and upon the leaft we are at once ready to pafs the moft ftvere fentence which is in ray humble opinion jolt as if a man fliould vcu mull be a rogue becaufe you have acted all your life The dutiei of cbriitianity and benevolence teach us to give the molt favourable in terpretation upon every dubious and in the prefent cafe not only our duty but common fenfe ex cites us to Neither his accufers nor are by aay means capable to divine at the caufe of his ac tions j nor can we be competent judges where hi as affairs now muft be moft But thus far we may that every circumftance fhould make us believe that he has reafons for what he does j and thofe reafons are pub and An Yejlerdny arrived ibetiiatlsjrom Holland and f Ever fmce the three mocks of the vhich happened on the we have felt every day fome freui A village near Ro doito has entirely deftroyetf by ihe of a nt ihe foot ot which it Several houfes in tlie fuburb of Demctri are in ihe We hear from that Paoli iignified to the principal perfons of his that the European were inclined to the re fubiedlion of that iflandto thepxwer of theGenoefe and a Miniiler Plenipotentiary was foon to let out from Fiance for and from thence to pafs over to attended by a Deputation front the in order to bring about a naal accommo Baron de who has xefided here upwards of thirty years with tlie character of Envoy Extraordinary from the King of as Elector ef Ha died yn tht ilt of this aged L ON D O Yefterday morning early her Majefty was taken in labour at her on which inefiages vtre to her Koyal Highnefs tbePrinCefs Dowager of the Archbifhop of the two Secretaries of others of the Privy Coun who attended with all expedition and her Ma jelty was afely delivered of a Princefs Between fix and levcn The news of this happy event was communicated by the firing oi the Tower at which were followed by the ringing of bells and other demonltmions oi It is faid that his Koyal Highnefs the Duke of Gloucefter accompany the Queen of to Yefternay morning a packet was received from his Serene Highnefs the Hereditary Prince of whofe rerurn to it is will be greatly on account of fome important of die Court of Veifailles with JPvince Yettei day an exprefs was fent from the Admiralty to the Right the Earl of at Berkley in Lord Lieutenant of that to prevent the exportation of In a few days Lord William Campbell will em bark for government of Yeiterday his Excellency the Ruffian Ambaflador fet out for the Earl of Buckinghams at Brick in Yeiterday the Right the Earl and Countefs ict out from for Yeiterday arrived in town from the Right the Countefs of Yeiterday arrived at her houfe in Dover from Lady Extraei of a letter from dated Four Portuguefe fhips that came with fugar and fak from had orders to prepare for going to they were obliged tu though part of their cargo was itill They took in two which are to go to theifland of where it is faid there has been a which they are defigned to By the regulation of our treaties with the Court of the trade from England to the or Portuguefe Weitern will be greatly en The Earl of Halifax packet from NewYork and Hampden packet Braith from are arrived at Falmouth j the Expedition packet is failed from thence for The bhaftefbury is Pen on a of the arrived at Liver pool from parted company with two veiTels belonging to on the ijtfc bound to of ths of from i parted by July with jjfJi buried 137 bound to Hi Lft Cow in the and ot aC in May Sunday a bound for Wiufl funk upon the banks uppoihe tie driving Dock rur which chitfiy much We hear from Stonehaverv that the PrinCefs Ca roline revenue floop has taken and in there the Good from perty or a rrencn in wbofefta and two pedlars were found on board Sue had been days on the during which ihe mate and fuperCjrgo were on fhore difpollrtg of the being Lociiin by ieveral of the Aldermen and city officers in ftate to Lawrences where an excellent was Creached before them by ihe chap lin to the Lord Aitsr divine fervite was Aldermen Cokayne and the Court Aldermen wnt ta the Huttings at the election tf i Lord Ma cr came and Re in a very elegant m d pathstic la mented that Sir Francis flings ill ftate of health prevented his accepting the important ofHdsto which he ftoed next in turn to be After the Court of Aldermen leit the the Sheriffs proceeded to the choice of R Lord when Sr Jlvbeit Kite and Sir Nathaniel being returned bjtie the Aldermen choice of Sir Robert Kite to be Lord Mayor for the year Yefterdaythe wcrliiipful Company ofClockmakert had an elegant entertainment at the Pauls Head ta vern in at which the two feveral of the sni other Peribns of Dif were At the fame time came on the election of a of Company fortheytar when Hubert Eq one of the She being requited leave o for the faid and his requtlt being complied Daniel of Newgatefacet w is them dechd into the faid office 11 and Ma were elected Waid We hear a parcel of executed by have lately been fent ever io Ch rlestownj South anew inihtuted a gentleman fear in Midde having a neit if hornets the cf tlie ijifide of a high Cent to his afliltance to deftrey Wilumjn went upon the and took a hive with him up the and upon his approach to the ntit was Stung by two of the but he founqualified their it fentment and put them into a and afterwards drowned Yelterday wheat fell at Bear ky rive fhillirrs per At a general veftry of the paiiftiiwers cf Box ford in it was unartimoully agreed to by a fum cf money for the t urduling a quantity of that the poor of tae bj fupplicd at per bufhel till of Parlia We hear from that princi pal inhabitants ot that place have railed a money by fubfcriptiun ta tlie ous poor of the town with bread at 9 the gaibn duringth COMtinuauceof cfte prfcitnt high of wheat j and the Magiitratcs public no tice to be in cafe or any tumultuous lembling of any dLcrderly they will imme diately read the Riot It was not the Shin tavern near the where tru appremicts wsre taken from by a fearch Sunday morning absut eight a who is faid a butcher in flung himfelf out of a two pair of ttairs window at the Darkhouie in Dai was killed upon the It is faid tlie wab ill of a ami that being therein was the caufe of his throwing himfelf out of the A few days ago was married Michael aged to Ann of aged Sunday Taft diedy at Hnwnes in Eli zabeth Countefs Saturday lalt dird at Mifs a near relation to Admiral A few days fmce died at Tbetford in Matthew Ths nth died fuddsnly at John Cath DirectorGeneral ot his Alajrltys On the i6rh died at his houli of ii the county cf Alexander Lib ct in On the i9th died at her houfe ef in Dnme Margaret fpciife to Sir Janui of in B Saturday lennight died late Ralph Kfqj at On Sunday evening died But book and the cerner of next Sunday died mafter of the Cardigan head Yefterday died Thamas matter of the Bear and Ragged Staff alehoiife Thurfday a large mob of poor confiftingofntar went to North Bradley and ptlicd part f it broke all the windows of the houfe and iharec corn they From whence they let out for Beckington near Fro me and ihe turnpiks were met by Thomas Prow Elq Menbtr for county of and fevcrhl oihrr Prowie laiu before them tha dangerous ccnfs quences ef fuch defiring them to d I and aflured thefh of his belt en or their this they had a morfel of bread for three but had fubiilted o i ard that their wives andfamilies were in the fame mrterable They then refo lutdy proceeded forward tj the The having afliltance and difcharged them among this a battle in maoy of the rioters were wounded j one is fmce and it is Lid oihers cannot TLeu ammunition being the mob let fire to a faggot mow of is a the fdwellmghoufe and The people ivirhm nar fheytock aji the j wheat and flour they could wheeied his waggon into a fire they had prepared in the and iKn marched the immediate affiftance of ths after their the and waggon were but the rsli were tn lircly
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