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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 2, 1766, London, Middlesex Tlie Gazetteer and O CT O B E R H Y M A R K E Kings and GOR molt humbly requcft the Nobility and to the Serious and Comic Operas for eniuing will pleafe to pay their fubfcriptions to Andrew Drummond and who will give proper receipts for the It is humbly defired that the Subfcribers to the Boxes will pleafe to fend to the Office of the faid Theatre a lift of the names of the belonging to their refpective or for filver for the preparing of the to be delivered to each Subfcrioerin proper All the principal and other Singers and are arrived from The Operas are to begin the nit of next D K U R Y L A N By his M A J E S T Ys AT the THEATRE ROYAL in DRURY THIS OAY will be prefented The BEGGARS Captain VERNON Yates f Braniby Parfonsj Mat Kear Burton j Strange by AbingtOii by Love Diana Mifs To conclude with a Country In Act A Hornpipe by To which will be The HE R M I T j HARLEQUIN at Hooker Kear Pan Grimaldi by The Dances by Signer Signor Signora Boxes Tit Filft Upper for the boxes to be taken of at the No mosey to be received at the Nor any money returned afterthe curtain is drawn Royal To the PROPRIETORS of EAST INDIA Letter having been circulated about in fmuating that a party is formed to attack the meafures of Lord Clivein and earneftly in treating the Proprietors of India ftock to attend in order to prevent the fuccefs of foch a defign we beg the Proprietors to fliipend their and keep clear of till the truth or faulty of this in finuation Ihall appear in We as an antidote tothe poifon contained in that that they will coftffder who are the beft friends to Lord They who believe the truth of his Lordfhips reprefentiitions of the flourifhing ftate of affairs or they who actions arid their words endeavour and obstinately to depreciate the value of his Lordfhips and of con fequence deftroy the credit due to his and the gratitude due to his It is very artful to blend the fervices of Lord Clive with the mifconduct of the Directors but the im partial Proprietors Willjeparate them for there is no inconfiftency in paying the higheft deference to hi Lordfliipf and at the lame time blaming tbfc mifconduct of the Directors at Let the good of the Company be the rule of our and we cannot MANY Saturday were pubiijbeb jree which complete the firit T H o a great variety of iatepefting additions and improvements throughout the adapting the lame to the prefent Itateol Bruifh affairs in Ame fince thelate treaty of peace madein the year 1763 aUbajiew preliminary UNIVERSAL DICTIONARY of Trade and II luttrted arith large fuited to the interellof as they en the face of a ftate of its trade and territories in all parts of the Calculated for the ufe of the Britifh lenator and as well as thatofthe the the and artificer of every Printed for and Ckrke and and and fold by all the bookfellers ef Great Britain and Where may be this work in two The leconJ volume may be had er in Alfo any odd numbers of the faft STATUE THE Shares of and Shares of are fold by HAZARD and under the Pi azza of the Royal and at their houfe in Tickets and Shares regiftered at fix pence per and the earlieit account of their Rcdffsfent to any part of Great Schemes of the Lottery given and letters pollpaid Four blanks to a The Lottery begins drawing on Monday the i7th of next kinds of Government fold by Securities bought and For Confiderations on the Trade and Finances of Utters fgned PREVENTION A SINCERE WELLWISHER TO THE SQ Tt the PROPRIETORS of EASTINDIA a General Court of Proprietors is appointed to be held this day at eleven at Merchant lors Hall in and as it isexpected maters of very great importance to the future re the Companys i the profits of the trade being procured to center ever ought to among the Propr ie by tncreafed in lieu of the multimde of rapacious fervants in India monftrdU to tnemfelves in preference to doing their duty to their mafters and for a feries of the Proprietors have been obliged to put up with a pittance of fix per dividend per annum j whereas all foreign EaftIndia Companies have both in time of peace and dividendt which have exceeded ours in an amazing proportion particularly the Dutch for a feries of yeai divided on an average more than twenty per while the and abufed Proprietors of this otherwiie opuent have been put oft with about onethird part ef thofe profits which the Dutch have obtained which enormous difference may be in accounted for otherwise but the greateft part has probably arifen from the rapacious conduft of the Companys in violation of their duty and as Lord Clive has been fo happy as to conclude a firm and very advantageous peace for the beyond any thing of the kind ever known by this or any other Company and the fame wifdom and penetration which planned and procured fo fare and honourable a is now exerting in the operations of Lord Clive and the Seltcl by ufmg their utmoft endeavours toflrikeat the root of this rapacious conduit and fowork a reformation j I hope every Proprietor will fee it his own reafonable and that of his fa in proportion to their Itock to fupport the meafures fo abfolutely necellary to eftablifh the much wanted reformation and good and to incul cate a difcharge of duty among the fervants in In on which the future intereft and well being of the and emolument of the are fo tffentially concerned fo let us as unanimoufly as poflible vote for the fupporting Lord Clive and the meafures which he has fo neceflarily by firft removing the in order to lay the foun dation of future fecurity to the reafonable intereft of the whofe ftock is employed to fup port the and who are inhonourand as well as by A6t of Parliament and their entitled to the profits of the trade and the income of the Companys The following letter was fent from a gentleman in town to his brother in the country if it will ob lige any of your it is much at your fer TO oblige my dear brother Ive always great plea But have not fince Wednefday before been at lei Cure I went to the Hall when the clock juft ftruck And found it fo crouded I fcarcfi could get in There were people of evry religion and And fome who came thither becaufetwas the fafhion j So I Ihovd myfelf forward before it And aflure dear wed excellent Behind me a group of ftock jobbers So I kept myfelf and oerheard all their fays a fhall we carry our point I tremble raoft dmnby every joint The Scotch are our between you and I know there are fome who came in very high So theyve fplit all their ftock to their fervants and I to accomplish thwr ends And if they fucceed I fhall hlefs my good luck If I mail furely walk out a lame Sayj my dear I was once in your cafe But you know I had always a pretty good face If things had gone wrong Id marchd off very And the Bulls and the Bears mighthavegonetothe But the Itocks took a and I prefently found I had got by the rife about ten thoufand I took no fmall pains to proclaim my good And bought a lacd hat and fet up for a buck On my tallents and front Id a perfect And to all fenfe of name bid an open The next thing I did was a capital And the friends I confulted all thought me in joke But I was once more put the mafk So I went down to and flung out poor This job coft me dear but Ive Itill no great I fhall lick myfelf whole ere the S is And get fome fnug place that will make me For while one has money one feldom wants The Court of with folemo Now came to the and ail took their And the Chairman informd he How the ftate of the Companys affairs then t A Scotchman then and beggd to be Who deciard very to him it appeard That the Company without further To divide ten at th next quarter His fp ech was the hall quite And all the Directors were greatly They faid that at prcfent theyd no cam to And deciard when they fchat they waud not delay When the Chairman had Harry i gapd and I never before a man fo much fcard And poor little Muggy foo hung down his More dead than alive at what had been And was frighted quite out of his I trembled for fear he mould fall into Thi tables now and the bullrwere And the bears if times more frighted They ftill had fome hopes they had raisd on a Poift alas they were for heprovd a poor The two whod the greateft dependance Were a and one Jack He fpoke very but did them no So they put the beft face on the natter they Now little Jack Maiden got up and And made us all heartily laugh at his fun He talkd of a letter woud prove in a That theEaftIndiaftock was worth double the price When the Scotch heard of and began to out What Jack had been all this while talking They all prickd their ears and made K great j Then Mouthwell got with a bow and a Whofe voice you may he a mile This modeft young the laft April Came God knows the India Direction His vsice was fo that roof quite And though we all lie was never confounded But the Chairman foon made him fit down in place I was glad at my for he fpit in my But what pleasd me wisto fee honeft Mac Givs a louk at C that made him flirink Hes a bl fierce fellow a man of And tho lies no dont want for merit But Cthought it prudent to draw hh horns no with a My fiieivc who knew nought of the Got up in his turn and made a long chatter 5 lie go himfelf as is always the So he and fat quietly in his There many more whofe laces I But their names Ive fo cant lend them The clock now flrutk and the people grew And the the was often defird The Bulb fo that the poor were So I not a little lo the s of a ri will scr1 the Duke of ifat m Yefterday there was a at when his Mijelty received the compimtenis r a threat number of the who double happy occafion uf the the nuptials of thr It U now confidently did that 1 be difYolved eariy in viie Yefterday arrived in his Cis from the Karl ef C Yefterday arrived in town irolii Tunbridoe Kiq aiul Lndy Caroline Mack daughtei f tis Earl of Yefterday arrived at his honfein with his Richard Elq Lord Lieutenant for the county of They write iron Savanna in that their crops ofheaip a d flax had this yiar turntd out fo that it was expected tlie bounty would ex ceed They write from that the mafter of a veflel juit arrived from Madeira had advice that a French of thirtyfix had put into the read ihe day before he iiii ro take in on fome new di coveries in the South His armed on the of July took a New England and two from Nova trading with the French in Gaipee they were ran ied into ri It s a motion will be made this day at Merchant Taylors to ftrp tic lawfiiit com menced againit one of the late principal lervants of the BaftIndia Company in We are that a certain great proprietor in one of the public funds has lately niidtf above one hahdrcd by trans fjrring as nuich as will enable them to pte at dtfircil o correct the inferred to thecnnverfttion which palled laft Sunday on the iuftingi at be tweenan eminentattornevand a certain was as follows The attorney rcqucfted the officer to let him who the higher were other he would tell the officer who thty were not and that hewas authorized to that he had received no orders concerningthi choice of his Under either fromthe the Board of or the Board of Directors of the Eaft India Comp We hear that in a few days all the poor prifoners with their miserable wil1 go in pro ceffion lo the Queens o congratulate her Majesty on her fate delivery of a Princeis and implore her Royal inferceffion toward forwarding an Act ol whereby their inlolvent hufbancls may be discharged from and become uleful tu their indigent The Clauie in the Anno Tricefimo Tertio Georgii Secundi mentioned inthe Orders for an is to the following effect But if at time or times afterthe aift ol during the recefs of the price of fhall exceed the Win chtfter for two fuccefiive market days in the Port of and jt fliall appear his time to by pro clamation or order in Council published in the Lon don prohibit the of low from any of the afore corn for any time or times during fuch rtcefVor until ao1 days after commencement o the next feflion of Thequantity ot corn ufed by the diftillers in anc about in a in making fpirits for ex for home is at leaft one ninety This cal cuiation is made from their own evidence deliverer before a great that fourteen quarters o grain Were ufed in making a ton of fpii The nim of tons that are made are not tx ijgerated when they ire rated at only fourteen thouland in a further information of the it muft be thataH the grain ufed by the distillers is oi the very beft forts of and and that it is all uftxl in about fix Lait Thurfday morning a number ef people affembled at who were joined by about joo who threatened dcftruction to amillei in that for as they the price oi grain on which two gentle me a ventured to go into the midft of and convinced t their error and the colliers promiied iharro hurt fliould be done by and that they would do all in their power to hindei On this the fanners and millers agreed to fell their wheat ar fve a and the dealers in butter at a A fet on foot to pui a quantity for next market and promised to buy no more but fet a fide their bufmefs on then own till the poor Letters from all parts nre filKd with the melan choly accounts of rilings on account of the high price of provisions but one from Salfbury that the incb having found in BTadky Mill ground and ItOrfb it fo exafperated that after deirroying it aH fhey vowed revenge againft all bolting as at them were always mixed the bad and the mob accordingly deftroyed feven or eight Tomorrow morning the Lord will hold the general quarter feflions of the geace for the Borough of at tlie upon The fame day at one oclock the Locum Teneill will take the chair at the Court of Common Council at We are informed that a new commiffion of peace for the county of Middlefex will be iflued fyori after the meeting of Yefterday the new conftables for the city and li berty of were fworn in at the Guild for the enfuinpr A few days ago Crifptn recommended by overfeer of Giles in the was reftored to fight by in Hat On Frfday laft at Frome the Earl of Cork was flung from his and kicked in his ftnmach by the beafts hind He was tor foihe time but beirigbled he foon came to ard appeared again on the courfe before tliedivrnion was On Friday in the two pod one belonginsfHo Jofeph Efq rr the other to at meeting on the abou a niie en his iidt the place lait had both a thro the carekfsnefs of who fo to one that the liafr of each chaife into the body opposite and killed them borhon Tucfday night a bricklayer in be ing at a his wife came and him civilly to come when be iplit her fkill vvith his trowel fo that it is thought me cannot recover the man attempted to make his but was fecured by the pople Yefterday a man wss cominited ic Nev and a woman to Cljrkenvti by Jofeph Eiq on iufpicion of Healing a ha at a pub lic houle tlte preceding A n paffed the for enabling the Jofeph hold the of in ihe county of a d diocefij of void by the death o thz late The was on Friday laft prefented to the vicarage of in the county of Stafford and dioceie of Litclifiniand Co vacant by the ceffion of the late Monday hft the Right the Eari of to appoint the Mr John Fellow of Johns tobeoiie of UiiLordlhips domeftic I Sunday laft was at Georges Edward Efq of Upper in the county of to Mifi of j Yefterday was at Lwrence John of to Mifs pf Fridaylaft at the Monday laft at Wind in theS6th year of J his Samuel one of moit con fiderable grafiers in Monday laft at Stoke Hea relict of Thoiiias formerly an eminent of the On Mond laft died at lur in Durham In the aged E Extra efa letter The late furprizing nni of all forts of hath now occifijiuct th3 unhappy confequences that were and where they will end God only general infurrection began yefterday at nocn the proclamation was read in thv where victuals of all kinds was thrown from one part to another the new mill a very and expensive building is alrnott eutiieiy the flour fack after into the and the proprietors and iome all ftolcn or ife At tvery Bker in tcwn iui 1 thsu windows and many their furniture lifhed in the This morning they were dif perfed but met again at four and are ten times more defperate than Several of the Court have been near being killed by tones from the in endeavouring to qutll A large maUhoufe is now actually in federal houfes tenring and and city in the greateft conlternation for the which mnft as we tjave n6 military force bs fatal and The Court hath this minute lummoned every houfi keeper to take a ftaft and oppofe the rioters what fuccefs it will be attended we are all impa tient to You may depend upon the truth of every and that we fliall hear of infinite mifchief inthe Extrafi of a letter from a Gentleman at Coventry lo hit Friend in dateii There was great rioting here on Friday by the colliers from the neighbouring and the towns who readily joiped They took a waggon load of cheefe out ofone of the ftre to the market and begun to fell it by but that was foon over Jo they fold large cheeres for and per but that alfo foon ceafed j for the mob rook rt without money or price They carried a cart load of cheefe and only carried the owner three millings back tor It was all difpofed cf at the open Manv poor children had cheefe for their that had not tafted a bit for months There wers more waggon loads of at tlie on that than ever I faw at any one time there in my life and oats though very tor I gave for one bag of Poland On Friday at Stourbridire the mob obliged the fanners to felltheir wheat at a cheefe at a butter 6d and meat at They did the like at and Dudley markets on Sa Saturday morning a mob affembled at Hales Owen and forced the people to fell thtir chede alb a fixpenny loaf for and lack meal pajHk They afterwards destroyed rwo intiiat neighbou On Saturday a badger was de tedted buying up the butter in our in defi anceof the laws and the tin eats of the three large balkets full of that commodity were feized by the and Jbld The great difturbances in this county almoft put a ftop by the great care attention of the Earl of being indefarigabL on this oeca by giving proper relief to ihofe who were fufl ferers by the which lias givu i faction to tlie neighbouring
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