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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 1, 1766, London, Middlesex A Jl K E and GOR iaoft humbly requfft the Nobility and Sabftribers to the Serious and Comic Operas for the erifuing will pleafe to pay their fubfcriptionato Andrew Druomohd and Chaiing who will give proper feceipts for the Tame It is bubbly dedred that tke Subfcribers to the Boxes will pleafe to fend to the Office of the At a lift of the names of the company belonging to their relpeftive or for for the preparing of the to be delivered to each Subscriber in proper r AH the principal and other Singers and Dancersare arrived from The Opzras are to the Tjft of next R U K Y LAN By his M A J E S T Ys AT the THEATRE ROYAL in DRURT Tomorrow will be prefented BEGGARS O R Captajn VERNON Yates Branfby Parfons Mai Kear j Burton j Straage by Abingtonj by Love Diana Kradfhaw Mifs To conclude with a Country In Act A Hornpipe by Boxes Pit Firit Upper Places for the boxes to be taken of at the No money to be received at the Nor any money returned after the curtain is drawn C b V E N T G A R D T the THEATRE in COVENT THfS DAY will be prefented ING HENRY The H U L L 7 Archbifhop of Walker Younger Cuming Weftraore Morris Anderfon j S HITTER Barrington Dunftall Wellcr Lewis j Mite Valois Freudi by Hojfom Dyer Williams the Englift Soldier BUCK Englilh Hijlam King of Davis Clarke Gardner 7Jakcr Benjvet Stephens Pitt To which will be The PROCESSION from the ABBEY at the C K O N A T I O With theReprefentation of and the CEREMONY of the Bsxes Pit Firft Upper Places for the boxes to betaken of Sarjant 1 at the No money to be received at the nor anymonev robe returned after the curtain is drawn MA k Y B O E By FART ICUL AR will a CONCERT I of Vocal and lullrumental MUSIC which will conclude with an OPE on the Koyal the KING amlQuEEN of to a favourite Air 61 Thert will be a NEW GRAND FIREWORK on the by The doors to be opened at five the rmifrc to begin at Admittance each Subfcrjbers tickets admitted as On Friday next ruciU frice COMMENTARIES on the LAWS of ENG Book the By WILLIAM BLACKS Efcji Solicitor General to her Oxford Printed at the Clarendon and fold by Prince Soldalfo by Worrall and and in And next Term will be A New Edition of the Firlt corrected and BOOKS NOW SELLING VERY By B E N J A M I N At Horaces in FleetAreet by whom is A CATALOGUE of the entire LIBRARIES of SAMUEL Arcndeato of lately deceafed of a Barrifter at retired from Practice ahd of feveral other valuable Parcels of Books i which make together a fine in almoft every clafs of and ia rnoft of the ancient and modern Languages many of theBooks are inelegaat and curious Among them are the following fcTt S T AT E NO five per dedufted mares and but fix pounds from the inttead of ten notwithltanding they are fold at the lowett in the greateft examined and paid as loon by ahd at their State Lottery the Poul facing and were drawn prizes of ten thoutand pounds each in the laft fold at this Schemes of the given gratit aad letters pbftpaid duly Our likewife all mem bers of may depend on their having their and on the moft rea bnable and the money remitted them for the prizes and Wanks as foon as drawn and all bufinefs relating to the Lattery tranfafted with the greafeft care and drawing of the Lottery wjl beginoiy Monday the i7th of STATE O T T E R NO five per deducled from ihares or and but five from inltead of and which makes diffe rence in the Irnallelt pi in the The money paid here for hares will be the in as whole and ia fif thirty and at the ioweii and the greateft regiftsred and examined by Stock at his at near Lombardilreet and near Dun Harris over the Four blanks to a Thsblanks and prizes to be transferrable annuuks at the Bank of Eng hearing three per per anu Souih Sea with their feveral India Navy and Viclual ling and all Kinds of Government bought and fold by TheLottery be gins drawing on Monday the ith of All letters from town or country poll paid duly The public are take that I am removed from my late Office in and have Kiiprr Delieise vivis Trew Hortus Icaoibus Sthmidel Planta per vivis z 7 DiHeuii Hortus Llniwei CHflrortia Vegetable Hills natural 3 voL BrittBnia Ro mana Anderfons of Com Ainrwbrth and Tons Britan 7 Harrbs rt of State conap Statutes at by Cay and 6 Galeria i par De Ruins of Palmyra and Calmet fur la 8 tom Du Kalde de la 4 Oeuvres 6 Oenvres 3 Pots Graeci Ariftophanes Vitringain z Cfitici Du Frefne Giggei Lexicon 4 Golii De Bry India 4 i vol Stowes Survey 6flJon i i i T3ae prices printed in and marked in theTirft of every And Catalogues tuay at the phce Lafl Saturday were and which complete the ft The THIRD With a great variety of interdting aJditions and improvements throughout the adapting the fame to the prefent Itateof Biififh afei s in Ame fince the late treaty of peace made in the year 1763 alfoa new preliminary PQSTLETHWAYTs UNIVERSAL 1V1 DICTIONARY of Trade and II luibated with 14large luited to the interelt of as they the face uf a ftate of its trade and turitorie in all parts of the Calculated for the Ule of die Bririih eiwtor at well as thatof tlie the the artificer of every Printed for and Clarke and Nicoi and Knox and fckl by all the booktellers of Great Britain and Where may be this woik intwo The fecond volume miy 6s had or in numbers Alfo any odd numbers of the This day is price Embellifhed with copperplae head of the la a beautifulfcene the hiltory of Roderigo and and a new fet to for different NUMBER Of THE COURT MISCELLANY G NTLE MAN and LADYS NEW MAGAZINE for Sep amcoigft a great variety of original and interefting pieces in profe and The Life of dela a celebrated French with a haiidfoms of an linglifii who upported his character wjth fpint Hiftory gf Francis Count and the Sieur from the An account of a Thunder ftorm at 1 he effects of a focial in promoting hapninefs and good hu An effay on national The miferies of idleneis and illuftratedin the hiltory of Confiderations the deftrtrclive confenuences of with i fbme pleafmg by Tlie I cafe of a man who becomes blind after wjth a Iblution free enquiry into the origin of by con Characters of the American the and the negroes in the French TraEflated from the X Life of the cele brated The Hiiforyof Ho derigo with an elegant Remarks on the Manners of the Engliih early Concife Hiftory of Englifh Character of Oliver with a parallel between him and by XVIL Theatrical The Hippy Epirha lanuttin on tic Marriage ot a by a boy only Recipe tor a Modern The Batchelcrs Damons Colin and Lucy a Ode to Mifs On the death of a young the of Marriages Prices of Printed for Rjchardfon and under the RoyalExchaige where letters for the auth is are received and where any the former numbers may be And fold by all the bookfeliera newscarriers in GreatSri aio For ahJ aH other Complaints in urinary occafioned by the or any oilier FRANCIS made the Bougies for the celebrated Surgeon in Or dirury to his Moft Chriftian by liis during Ivi lay in to mfoni thqfe are ormiy tc iwith ibife that he itunder MAI anexpetieiKeJ ro appij in thifcfame minner and has engaged to furniih him only with the The fuperior excellencethey are attended with in the cure of ihofe needs no as DARANsfuccefs was eminently furgeon goiftg may be with k by To tke PROPRrfcreas AS a appears to be to attack both tha powers and the meafures of Lord Clive and the Committee of after having acquired Company greateft advan rages in thw provirvct are labouring perma nency of them ay tyery jutt and necefTary lion your prefence at the General Court Tomor is earneftly in order to prevent the fuccefs of defijjnS detrimental to the welfare of the the letters figned An ACTIVE lajt To the PRINTER of the lieml who ftands irithe lilt or worthy prompted by could not rerrvm fcnding me this day though a cpnfiderable diilahce from Loii don fo grateful a prefent as lad wherein is pro claimtd an embargo on all Shipping wirh corn aptl rmd ft prohibition of the ef feih which I fincerely hone will greuiiy reduce the price qf bring a loat to lucli a rate as the laborious part of can His gene rous no huniril ircffeirly inthe fo that it came r i my before divine fer vice i and happy I am it ciune in feafon to fatisfy hdndreds hungry for dcfperate meana of brea i inexpreflible joy I communicated the wholeibiae to our reJlor at the fame time recommending he would be fo asfoon as filrvice was to c iununicats the happy intelliguice to die whole he did wiih a chearfuliuf iis profeflion the effefts were heard before in tliechurchyard now DJpondencj left her feat for and a degree of plea fan try vi fiblyappenred in with abundant exprefiions of gratitude to our bett of Sovereigns for his facred regard to the his PDOT fuije I fay are ths happy eiitcts of my frierds and the method of communicating the reltorinp to peace the I heartily Vidi thee proclamations were fent to the parlbns of every tariih as foon as p and by them immediately communicated to the make no doubt but in every place they would have the fame effecT and inltead of thufe difnial and dan gerous accounts in your foon have the piea fure of reading of peace and tranjjuility being again reflored to every town and Whatever ignorant ieopte may it is very certain thisyeajs crops ail over the kingdom are but and moft of the old wheat exported anrl oiir we hall now have enorgh t3 feed our dViUje 1 dope at fuch a rate as the ROOT can rJ to pay My is a nndum not afraid to fay I never would wifii wheat exceed ten pounds gallons to the buftiel ut which if any fuccefs in out induiliy is fufiiciently paid neither can the poor afford to bxiy bread if wheat fells for Laft winter wheat fold at a great feven flrllings a of conife the almolt At fuci uiJiappy inftead of carrying it to the maiket or to the I have always made it a cuftoin to retail out ny wheat to my uorkraen and others arfive a One more only Ihanie to an extenfive and fplendid parifii does the by wlich means great numbers of poor perfons are and ourfelves well At the years end we nvifs but enjoy thofe heart felt which cannot rind a place in the ot Fortftalhers and Diitref fers of the even thole that liaveit and will not help the come lingerthe deno I mention not this to found my own or my but a hint to one f your Citys great M ho is we call a gentle man farmer and if I would call him Fore May Cod turn his and infufe within his foul more noble fentiments than Avarice pro I have feme reafons to affign for the dearnefs of which fhall be the fubjecl cf another From N E I To the INTER of the AL L which are laid dirsftly upon the manufacturers feldonx or never diminifli or extraft any thing out of the profits of the vendtrsr in fonie rather in creafe them but the wtight of all fuch injudicious taxes fail entirely either upon the confumer or the as foon as any fuch tax is immediately the alarmbell is rung among all the venders thrsug1 out the kingdom and by the ax tlius affecting all thpfe without who are concerned in that they are tlierefore all with eafe brought to agree together by common cofffentto raife the price cf n anufaJhirc in que juft as much as the amount of tlie it not but never Thus the tax is only ncmln laid on the and in is levied upon the But as this advanced price generally leflens thsrefcre the manufacturer toofufFers in his havng a lefs demand for his gOds Ncr is this for the vender makes the tax a pretence for beating down the price to the manu facturer j at the fame vender con tinues to enjoy the vfry fcrne profits as fometinus increafes by making the price compenfae not only for the but alfo for any lofs he may fultain by a diminution in the quan tity But would not be the of lay ingthe tax upon the thofe fomeof the necefiaries anil convemencies it on the laid upon the houfcs here all manu factures in common were vended nor yet upon all Juch houfeSBtithejjbutonly iErge warehoufes nor upon tbefe ought thetax be but proportioned to their and Tar by a new or their dimenfions and value by the number of their wir Andall finall who are content whh moderare houfes and fliops of about t ve hould not be taxed at Let us now obferve the effefiLs which this mode of taxation will produce As every ach as a grocer or habf rdafher deals in a variety of could never fix upon any ne article in preference to any by raifmg the pi of which he might endeavour to fhift off the tax from himfe f upon the confumer for as the tax does not afftft any cne article in therefore whatever it would be convenient for one venatr to it would not be convenient to confequcmly they could never agree together if they could it avail any as thofe venders who pay no tax would never content to bu would be glad of fuch an opportunity to nnderfeil their overgrown and get their cnftom from Neither they beat down inamifsiclurers price as thofe venders who be agnin glad to give the feme price as before to the in order to get the and choice of the I It is plain by iuch a more of the ven der could not fhif eft the lax from himfdfupon ci j trier the confumer or hut wcahi be forced to pay it out of his own exorbitant thetax by encreafed to a by fupprefs miay of thole mo nopolizing vndersj and where thsy wouU not be yet they would pay large fums to the pub lic out of their cwn which would be otherwife fpent in and venifon Such a tax wculd m a fumptuiry law a particular body of ahd thofe fuch as deftrve no encouragement in a as being neither com mendable in a nor ufefu in a political AvaricioufneJs and monopolization would be affected in its and nipped in the 7 he hignuity and induflry of minufsdhirers would be encouraged by their being placed upon a par wih venders in the rank of by beirg freed from tyrannical mat and the before the neceflariea of now removed urito the moulders of thofe greedy The confumtr would pay no more for any thing than before the therefore the demand would not nortradedif Moderate whofe views are not above their be encouraged for where any great vender would be the lfTer ones ones would get thebelter sjreat ven ders who were alre to fupport the would alf be benefited by the Juppreffion of their neigh and therefore better aisle to piy the ux the only damage would be to their whofe hands woJd be more confhntly empiojrd in mafters infhad of lolling the door as and primming out their fwrtr pei before the with cne delicate hand fuck in their and the their brecclier both of whiclir might as to them and more aclvantagsorHy Cr the public in the manufacturers or at the Nor will thtfe public tioned be the only ones from tbiimcdeof tax ation for there is another which may he grafted upon in order to remedy juft complaint concerning a monopoy cf h a id tlia continual rifiug of houfe J his is another di ftrefs under which manufacturers labtur at prefent for as houks grow rooms info that a frugal famJy pay as much now for a fingle as fhey did formerly fora whole houfe The venders are the caufers of tins by their being enabledthro theirixorlmant profit to fuch large rents to obtain houlcs in a good fituation for If venders therefore rjive fuch advanced much abcvethe real value of fcllcws that the government by Inve eafily converted all that advanced ran into the public trea which now goes to monopolizing landlurds and builders and this without the lealt dstiiroent to trade This is an evil which ia every day encreafmg by the continual demolition cf fmall in order to build extejfve flu ps and ware houfes but this evil will be counterbalanced by the propofecl taxation efpecially if it bs allb enaft that everyhoufe and fliop liable to pay the hall be if they let out fo many of their as fliall reduce their own number of windows to and write upon their The Collector mut have a right to infpect their rooms and where frai dalent dealing is to fammon the to give proper teftimony before a magilb Tins will re duce the rents of or at lead cf for the induftriuus clafs of as well as the pride am opulence of vend rs to a nearer equality with The only difficulty in this mode cf will arife from the difficulty to in jreneral terms of the manufaflurcrs hops froai the falemops of venders for the forrrerdeferve every while thelarrer deferveaone this difficulty will be but tr fcajce any cne who vends bis owniramifaclTes be defirous of houfe as maH be lia ble to the And ia thofe cafes where it may be yet s general as beuvern expofing to be not fufncient todiKcttheCalleftors cf the tKX jt will be an eafy to enumeraie by the all the names Vending trades which fliall be deemed within the intent and meaningcfit If feme few be they may bs tafify fupplitd by to tlun for to return the names sfaJl trades and be ferted the next Such a tax ftouid be b at and be by for a chafes are attended wirh inconrenicncies al ly wlwe the taxauon is Titre i no
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