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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 7, 1766, London, Middlesex T U S D A C T O B E R 1766 ft and OOR moft humbly requeft the Nobihty and Subfcnbers to the Serious and Comic iDperas for the eufuing tney wiU pleafe to pay fubfcriptioos to Andrew Dru and at Charing who will proper receipts for the It is humbly defired that the to the Boxes will pleafe to fend to the Office of the faid Theatre a tjie names of the pompaay belonging to their refpecYive or fcr for the preparing of the to be delivered to each Subcrihei in proper D R U R Y L A By his M A j E S T Ys AT the THE A IRE ROYAL in DuuRY THl DAY will be prefented The J A L O U S W I Major Yates Charles f ths firft time Mr Cautherley 5 Lord Dodd Sir dairy by Palmer K Burton Hloody Baddeley Ack roai Lsdy C live j palmar To which will be The H E R M I Tj HARLEQUIN at Hooker Kear Pan Grimaldi by Mr j The Dances by Signer Signor Signora Boxes Mt Pit Firft Uppfr Places the boxes to be taken of at the No money to be received at the any money returned after the curtain isdrawn VENICE Belvideia for the firft time by From the P O L I C Sale oj THIS GAZETTEER AND DAJLY AnvERTisHR jeitudto tbf vanet through ivbich it fxjjei btu lately the fo many and of ap prehending fo many that tt may bt treter to give THIS PUBLIC That fsr tht feat B o w s T R E E vetU bt conttahtly inferted in THIS PAPKR andtj INFORMATIONS aft propariy attended to by J E W I L L B X BUYiRi OF 8ECONBHAND frw rebberiti will efcapt tfhtcifJl if ALL PERSONS make ufe of the paper to advertife their gfjp The W ASKINGS from art for ivtmedate dtfiateti to all filver Kft ilr Printer of this STATE of Tkkets aud 1 Shares of are old by HAZARD anft at their under the Pi atsa of theRosr at their houlem Tickets andShares registered per and the eartiett account of meir lucceisfent to of Great Scnemes otthe Lottery given nd letters pottpaid j duly Few i Thf Lottery begins drawing on Monday the i thof next AH Securities bought ana jf this iswirf H ARMON i MERC A WPli B For Confiderationa on the Trade and Finances To the PRINTER of the has been very confidently re that the Societv of Arts at their laft meeting before the Summer abfolutely linquifhed all further claim to the money for which Blake fold their fjbcarriages and alfo to the balance of the money they had advanced to remained in bis bands at the conclufion of the fifh As it is extremely derogatory ofthe character of that Patriotic to imagine them capable of relin quifhing voluntarily a juft claim to fo confiderabie a originally intended for the benefit of the pub lic it becomes m juitice to their proceed ings in that to Itate the feveral pofrive relblu tionsthey have already entered by which the contrary muft appear moil The intention of the in promoting the Land Carriage was certainly al though it was perhaps fomewhat imprudent to trull the entire fuch a fcheme and fo much money to any an perfon or to rely abfolutely on any declarations of however fo lemnly The fame good intention induced them to fufftr their carriages to remain in Blakes had declared the they had ad vancrd to him entirely funk in the in order to affi the defigtvof the in grant ing alfo a confiderabie fum for the is ce when informed the Srcieiy whole fiih fcheine was at io knew in what manner he Jbouli dijpoje of the Fijb and other utenfils in his poffeilion offering alfo the ballance in his haids that they defired him to fell the and plzce the produce to the general ac I fay this is becaufe entered on their mi nute as forefolved the and oj May Blake the fifh accordingly but not having thought proper to give any account to the Society if the tt tvas rrfoiveJ the of April that he be bring bis account ac cording to hispremife the 7th of the fecre tary was ordered to acquaint with this refolu lution in confequence of which Blake fent a letter to the fecretary in which I ftull net animadvert farther than by tjie refo lution of the Society the 7th of bj wkijj it hares or STATE L O T T E K Y NO five per deduced frc cnmcesr but hve inttead of and which diffe renct in and in the money paid here tor and will and in fix teenthsi thirty and at the lowed and the greatelt regiftered and examined ly Stock at his Lottery at in Popes near Lombard ureet and near Dun ttang Harris over the blanks a The blanks and izes to be Vansferrable annuuiss at the Bank of Eng bcarine three per per and Sounh Sea with their fcveral India Navy and Victual ling and all Kinds of Government bought and fold by The Lottery be gins drawing on MontUy the lyth of Ail letters fcom town or country poll paid duly The pubHp are defwed to take that I am removed front my late Office in and have no connections Ibis day is price NEW PRACTICAL ESfcAV on An accotmt of the their anu different A detail of the general method of coinmonly called ra tional or A defcription the re medies By fomc as but tound to be either or ineftcftual with remarks eathc Is annexed ihe molt effica and only certain method of and confirmed by To which is alto a more and efficacious me of Httminiftring By B U K R O W Printed for the old by j aud near The may be contulted in fishirrogs and cancerous every at his houfe A ror anjiall ether in the urinary occiCorted by Venereal or any other who made theBwugies for the celebrated DA It Suijson in Or dmiry co liisi Moft CKrftiAn his direitio during his Ray ia to info m thofe who are CJnuy stilled with thofe that he experience i In Jiatt neir SadTen to appiy mem infte fatQJ TDnnejr wt4i and has engage J to ftirnifti htn only tlvj The fjpertor ihey are with in the cure of thote neds no as DARANj was eminently dill Any furjson going be with It was further the id of June that Blaks be dtfired to pay ikt cvtteclof moTtfy he Jias arid olhtt ar which he was to a rpiiiu tion of the nth ot 1765 and alib the balance of the cajbtben miis Secretary was ordered to inform him of and retire him to ly to tbtir wirli BJake has not yet thought proper to I haVethus briefly ftated thefeveraltiffirrrativere blutions relative to the balance in Blakes and the produce of con firmed by the Society on very mature and the ftrifteft examination of all their former pro ceedings in that How little probable does it from that they intend to forego fo jufta demand Or from what rational principle can it be imagined they will admit fo large a fum of mo yj originally devoted to the fervice of the to be appropriated to the fole ufe oj a p zrticutar per fon furmife of the kind is an indignity to the honour and honefty of that difinterelted and an intuit on its Some very worthy Members may perhaps doubt whethtr the Society can recover this money from by as they are not a body corporate to fue for the and therefore may poffibly be agajnft preceeding in that muft own I have too high an opinion of the of this as they by a Caurt of to fu pofe there can be any apparent right without fome If it be the opinion of the learned in the thst the Society has no remedy in this way has a very par ticular the of in calling BLake to an account brcaufe it is alledged the reafon agaimt his being obliged to ac count w ith them for the money they committed to his or the produce of their firticarriagss that be has blended the account of tbefyi tranfaftions eairieu on with their with the account of the msnty ad vanced afterivardf by tie by private And alfo that the fiflxcarriages are not abfolutely the property of the though bought with their tbey hadbUn re paired with the money granted by the Par li amen And llvat retains the whole money he admits they were fold amounting to to getter with tire balance he allowed to be in his to pay hijnfelf a commimon of 5 per on Weing tie fum the vebole quantity 0 fijb fold fir from the beginning to the end of the It is moil certain the Society never did agrte to alhv Blah commffions in any There cotvld not poffibly be fuch an agreement without fomt minute of it on their books which muithjiW been readiind refolded at a fecsnd The appears there from their of giving him their Gold Medgtljfor the fifh which moir wdiild nay could pot have been the ca if he were to be paidfo far his trou But even that the Society hail entered into fuchaa agreement With in terms to the ptiformance with what to common juftice can Blake at w charge any commillion tw the but from the date afjitcb agreement to ifo end tf bis mnt under that boaj And did not he declare to the that the whole they advanced to abfolutely funk paiHamehtgraiit ed hkn a further fum It is the higheft Ojf fomewhat ta to charge the comniiffion oh a bufineis tranlaited with by the Parlia For fuppofing the Parliament had granted Blake inftead of the and that he had carried on the fift fcheme unti the Tales amounted to 3 or which he certainly have vvifh tolerable bffyrefueh a ca pitcl cculd be fairly juk I fhculd be glad to Wftow w ith kind of face he could ppy to the So ciety for payment of ammiffion en this Sum yet it is evident to that he might demand it with the fame jujiice he now retains their mo ney in his en the werjjune as he de clares at the end of his lail account publilhed in the This lail wherein the whole of his fifh trrmfachons are jumbled the par tkular attention of the lie allows that the prime coft of j 141 loasof brought by landcarriage from diflant and al of 181 tans brought lylanei Ifupoii Jrom gate vhere hs fays this was t kis fliops in London and includiiig r expellees except that of felling them at the amounted to the furn of 18 io He allows alfo this filh was fold for 48 576 13 Conitqucntty tha there was a pro tit on the fas to the amouht of 14 One d be apt to conclude a firit tint tils profit might have been iufEcient to defray ail iitttefliiy charge of expence requifitc to the 1upport of half u or even and dinng the continuance of tae Icheme eipecially as the whole expence of fitting up the receptacle and rill utenfils ntceflary for carrying on the bad been paid with the nvnty advanced by the Out of as appears by the there was the fum of to keep matters in propei But as it was evident there was a profit of on the file of this and a finn of advanced to in ail it leemet1 fomewhat incumbent to fhew how fuc4i a fuai ccuU foffibly be and is done in fuch manner as leaves it iti11 Salaries and wages to Sec at fha feveral ihops and ajr fet down at is a round fum and jt to fatiify the public that it could have cjjthe ajiide of attendants autnber of fKops at and in fo hcjt a time as they continued I think other arti cles equally curious may be taken for as that of i for repairs of iprings and wheth to all newly which is a urn fuiikient fhave paid for 500 new new 500 finallcr matters of And I fhall omit ftveral other articles of the like ftamp which equally require The public has certainly a right to be fatisfied in thefe as the money grunted by parliament was public and to be applied to the benefit of the Blake waseutrufted with the management of that moneyr and muft nceflari y be ss an account ii efTVniial to a ahd infeperable from it and his havingJumbled the account of this money v ith that of the will hardly be allowed afufficient plea Wkether Blake will peifilt in relufing an ac to ihe Society of Arts of tle money hey com mitted to his and in retaining the money he fold their fifh carriages is moi than any other perfon cnn determine jbit k feems pretty clear from the refolutions already that they do not in tend to remain quite paflive on fuch I A Membtr of the Saciftj of A Yefterday hjs Graee the of Yeflerday arrived the mails from and Ihe Kegency of Trioli has agreed to indemnify this republic j for ihe lofles it has fufcained from the cnpture of vefleis by the cor by leitQring the value of ten thoufand fcquins in ami ipnr thoiifmd fequens in other belides repairing the IqurdroB under This fquadron was ac its entiance into ihe port of with a riiicharge of twentyfeven pieces of cannon and the when he went on was receivetl with grtat rks of The Senate have created him a Kniyht of the Gol den for his management of the expedition j and hive granted zn annual penlion of one hun dred and a prefent of One to i their Conful It is now faid there will be fome further altera tions in the Law that Sir Thomas Mafter of the will fucceed Lord Bowus as Lord Chan cellor of on account of his is to refign that Sir Lardty Wihnot will be appointed Malter of the and Sir Fletcher Norton fuc ceed him ns Lord Chief juitice of the Common Pleas and Richard Efq Chief Juftice of the Cemnion Pleas in will bs appointed one of the Judges of the Kings in the roonn of Sir Eaidly We now hear t lie Eai 1 of will be appo uted Ambaflador to tlie Court of It is faid the Right the Ear of will in a few days be created a We hcarVheRight Lord Tcwnfend will be created a lait Dnke of only in 1716 He was onof three fons of King Charles tht by Barbara As ihe wind thanged to north wtft at nine oclock yetteiviay it is fuppoltd he Queen of Den will this day in in town Jl Abbey Grace the ilgh from tne Saturday night ZJjtfjfal herhoufe ih Hiilftreetj the Connttfs ot WelKrthi who was on a viiir at Lord George where flie received the news of her filters beinfr dangeroufly and fet out imme diately for In a few days will fet fet out for hrs c mm try feat ia with his LaCy and the Right Lord Count of Yefterday the Right the Earl and Countefs of AmburnhaiA e out for in Sunday night the remains of the Earlcf Gromartie were aepoiited in the north vault in Advice is great preparations were making at io celebrate the ruptials of her Daniih o private advices from a rep TT was u his u Majtfty ac tually making difpcfinoiis ior binging a powerful army iiuo the fiUl frinfc bar the jectof pre were They write from that Admiral Pal his timts to viiit the Indian on the c at of larly the Efquimnux tribe andjiad the draughts of exceHcnt ro be piu per for building They with the pvefents them from j hey write that Commodore Spry rectived cuders to iniiit from Emperor of and the othir Barbary States that fhould be didontinued of obliging tains of Biitifli Ihipb to their pafles on c01 ui tic TheVuUure floop of is failed from Spit head lor The Fly fbop of war is arrived at Plymouth from acnrze King frcm Hudfbns arrived Tht Shafttbury cutter is arrived atPfcnzance from I a Sunday lait a public thsnkfgiving prayer for her ajeiya late delivery was read in the tevoral parilh churches and chapels in and places On Thurfday the Whitfield at the in the and concluded with a icrvent prayer fcr her vation and good The Duke of Yoik has got a curious piiaeton or open chair the wheels are of oft aftd one third lefs than he ccvmrnon but breeder on the is drkvnwiih beautiful nva 1 biacit wuh long only eleven lait the Worflupuil Company Oj Cloth workers met at Armourershall in when they dillrjouted new ftitftB amd new and a of among it twcuiy four poor old men and of good fame belunging to the the will ot AVilhm Efq who worthy member cf the laid and en Geii rlitflnen oi the Privy Chamber to King VI From ershall the Conpiuy precedtd by thefe went in protiffiin to1 Janvsi commonly caled Lambs at L ndm near whore the preach before them a fuirable to the ccaon after Vhichthcy an elegant atthe Half Moon The Town and alfo hy Lambs a certain Uif end Kr the Company CUxhwcrkers who tiibute the above have four fermons ched before at tiicir luantfo tae aid will of beiiUe many noble left for ettabliftiing ivers other charitje Ui cveral parts 01 li good eiTate to this o tftai noafefera number of their was done in 5578 adjoining to this allo for feverai other charitable purpoi They write from that i w i ago were landed thfe from I i ttie ty of Georg Eiq of in c uny of They are by the be t be the fined ever imported into They coft fixt Yeilerday tnrce exprefTes arrived different of the country at the Secretarv o o ts relative to the riots and diuurbances The laadowners of Ke the Lou of the Manor of and levcral otho gentlemen in that cou have agrtid t ell wheat to then labourers at per inillsr has engaged to grind it for them the prices of gnon at wheat to barley to ry to oats to beans tw pQjqi flour Yellerchiythe rciaiiers otmilkraiitd jriceto twopence naif penny tlie on ac count of their being obliged io ue The arch over Paucrafs Wafh is now fiaiihcd at the nortli end andiiear the George ale be yond the a ftone is fixed with this inicrip tion Pancras Wafh raifed John It is thought to he one of ths iinprovemens about general quarter fefHon of the peace for tie city and liber v of tiiis at the Guildhaii the alfo left lh an aims and anJ And on Thurfday the feflion for the liberty of Vk Vitmrniter and county of JXjid will be held in the Vveliiiiin and from thence till the oth of Odtobcr at morning of Rain in Holies bioke open and of plato and linen very con fiderabie ti Yefterday noon the two who were fom tims ago up on fill pita on of i H and her on the were examined by Sir J Fiti ac the Public Oftice in they were both honoTjWy the fuppofed to have bean m appearing in per ion before that Yelterday three men were anu brought befoie Thorn whom were committed to he and the other vo Tothliiilficlds for Iteaiiiig a qusnrty of the property of the Comniiflioncrs fcr paving the itreets of the city and libuty oi
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