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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 8, 1766, London, Middlesex W E D N E S O C T O B E R Y A R K E aud JnrJL moft humbly requeft the Nobility and Subscribers theSerious Comic Operas the eWuing they will pleafe to pay their fubicriptions to Andrew Drummond aim at Charing who wiU give proper ieceipts for It is humbly defired that the Subfcribers to the Boxes will pleafe to fend to the CHEce of the faid Theatre a lift the names of the Company belonging to their refpective or for filver ticketst for the preparing of the to be Delivered to each Subfcriber in proper D U R Y L A N By his M A J E S T Ys AT the THEATRE ROYAL in DRUKY THIS DAY will be prefented V I CE E POWELL HOLLAND j Bel videra the firft time by Pit Firft Upper Places for the boxes be taken of at the No money to be received at the Kor any money returned after the curtain is drawn COVE N T G A R AT the THEATRE in COVENT THIS DAY LOVE MAKES A The FOPS FORTUNE To which will be The by Shuter Young 1 Woodw rd Mifs Bsxes Pit Firft Upper Places for the boxes to be taken of Sarjant at the INO money to be received at the nor any money to be returned afterthecurtain is drawn THE Society for Promoting RitiGioys KNOW LEDGE among the to diftinguifh it from another more ancient Society for Promoting Chrif tian have lately among many other legacies and tiiegift of be ing part of the rtfiduary eftate of Williajn Ad directed to be applied to charitable This Society was begun anno by fix per fons fmce which time it has fb far recommended itfelf to thi friends of religion and that its numbers are increafed to upwards of Its fple Intention to promote the knowledge and practice genuine by freely giving among the and other books of pious the ignorant and reclaim the vicious without the leaft defign to promote the fe parate interefts of any feet or party among Chrif Through the bleffingof GOD this Charity has been greatly both in and leveral parts of in bringing many among the poor to the knowledge and belief of the Gofpel of JESUS and a proper relptct to the wor Ihip and fervice of their Great who were before utterly ignorant and negligent of their ever lafting and their duty to GOD and There have been given away by the from its firft commencement to tins bound fuch as the Shower on Time and Eternity Baxter and Alleineon Converiion to GOB icveral of Doctor Wattsfi as his Scripture Pfalmsand the Life of GOD in the Soul of and feveral Other books of practical Divinity with upwii s of fmaller directed again ft prophane Sab an Addreft to Soldiers arid Thpfe who are defirous of aflifting this good de ate defired to fend their beridactioni to Treasurer 5 Benja jmin i Leadenhall Secretary Meflrfc feeorge and William and and in Their Anniversary Sermon will he preached at Saltershall on Thursday thei6dvof this i nit ant H Ihis day is prici A PRACTICAL TRRA on the Nature and Cure of that ly called the HYP and By H I L Printed For the author in Arlington Jamessj and fold by in Pater notterrow and in 7 NEW O K S BECKEf and DE near Surry in the LOSSARHJM Novum ad Scriptores medii feu Supplementum ad Gloflarii Cangiam Collegit 4 Parifiis Gregorius dt Diahctis Lingua AlbinUJ Liber De Haen Ratio pars Mailer Elementa torn 8 LArt chez les par Demohftrations Elementaires de i Llliade traduite en avec des GuWedes Corps des Msrchands en des Com munautes des Arts Choix de Pocfies par 4 voL Paris De du Cleree Pouvoir du Ma furTixercice desFojiftions u Miniilre Paris HHtoire de Prince de par Defor Cominentalre Air li de DixMdlle de par le a Nouveau Melange de 3 Qe La Pucelie petit urnoj en gwwd Civile Pqht de avec des Obfervstions Critiquesi vpar Ander fonr a yoL Dictifmnaire par To the and LOWE having granted the ufe of Mary bonegardens to the celebrated W1LD he intends to exhibited fomenew with a larger number of this about eleven Admittance one milling each per Coffee and tea as at eightpence each T X E LOT i E K deducted from the mares and and but fix pounds from the inftead of ten notwithftanding they are fold at the loweft in the greateft examined and paid as foon ai by WEN HAM and at their State Lottery in ths Poul facing and were drawn prizes often thouiand pounds each in the laft and feld at this Schemes of the Lottery given gratis and letters poftpaid duly Our likewife all mem bers of may depend on their liaving their and on the moft rea fonable and the money remitted them forthe prizes and blanks as foon as drawn and all bufinefs relating to the Lottery tranfatted with the greateft care and drawing of the Lottery wil begin on Monday the i7th of Ibis day at noon wilt price To be continued every NUMBER THE EAST INDIA In which the whole conducl of the be laid the fcrue intereft of the Proprietors and the prefent ftate of the Companys examined and This paper is calculated as well for the information of the dittant and as to afford freeopportunitv to every Proprietor to communicate his sntiments to the upon a fubjeft at prefent o j and it will be from uncontrovei ted and plain to afcertain the real va lue of that the Proprietors may nu longer be the dupes Of designing and of Changealley Printed for in Pauls Where letters to rhe author are received and nny be had at the and f the newscarriers in London ami Speedily ivill be Dedicated to his Grace the Duke of Northumber land HOL WELLS Part the Coniaining the Religious Tenets of Illuftrated wih five large and explanatory Printed for Becket and De near Sorry in the At the fame ime will be publimcd dedicated to the Right harles TheFidsT PART of the faid The bond with large corrections and additions together with four copperplates of the ketches of the countries treated as beingnecefTtry to the more clearly underftarid ing the fuhjefts of that The author throws out thefc ketches in that thofe gentlemen who he Knows are polleffcd of fufficient materials will oblige the public with a cor recl map oi thofe ibs day is price DIRECTIONS or a proper Choice of Authors to form a which will improve and entertain the and be of real ufe in the conduct of With a correct lilt of proper books on the feveral Printed for John at in Fleet Where may be Harriss Collection of Hanways a Jortins Lifeof Popes 6 or n Ciceros Tufcular Feltons Diflertation on reading the 4th Youngs Latin forthe ufe of price For Confiderations on the Trade and Finances of this the Utters figned DRA TOM TELLTRUTH PUBLI MEALFACTOR and An ANEC loft To the PRINTER of the Plerique fuara ipji vitam points mo quam arbitrati HAV E been above two years a member of the affociation for pro moting Arts and com monly and not improperly called the Premium Society i and I have not been an unobfervantfpectater df whereby I am con that the more its fyftem and general conduct are known and the more they will be ap proved and This Society which takes the lead of all umilar eltablifhments in the and is confequently held abroad in adegree of veneration that is Scarcely credible here was inttituted at Lon don in the year for the purpofe of promoting attempts to improve the and commerce of by exciting a competition among the learned and through the means of premiums propofed annually to the and be ftowed with judgment and In order to give thefe the Society calls in the afliftance of intelligent both members and others and to beftow them the names of claimants are member is allowed to be a candidate for any thing but an ho norary The Society too refers propofed pre miums to the examination of its and or difagrees to their reports and every member of of every The Society alfo by a neceflary extenfion of its original plan encourages felfpre fented by giving proportionate bounties for performances that come within its though no premiums were offered for This Society is fupportedby voluntary of fo inconfi derable a fum as tivo guineas yearly from each of its members y they and every one having equal they form altogether un nixed Democracy as ever Their bufinefs lotwithftanding Few as in all Imitted is djfpatched with a jjecency and good en that not only caft a luftre on the but do no discredit t The Dumber of the actual contributors at this is about two thoufand half ot which oc cafionUly but the bufinefs of which there is a great deal is transacted by lefs than two hundred j as to perform this a peculiar application to the rules and practice of the Society io ipdifpen fably that even talents aad learning without fuch make no very confiderable Thus the Society rvas had the fatif faction to in a few benrficial to the pub lic the fole and of its dili gent toil in a degree that confiderate perfons could fcarcely have expected for beudes the fanclion of having frequently had its meafures profecuted by befides the great quantity of negative afcertained by its the larger part by far of human and hardly leis ufeful than the operative and it has been produc tive ot more folid benefits to its than can he enumerated conveniently in this place a rruilt The Society for the Encouragement of Arts and Commerce has been principallyinftrumental in the manufac ture of petcjhesand pearlalhes in on fo ftable a foundation as cannot hereafter fail it has aflifted the invention of a cheap method of tap ning leather by oak fawduft has introduced fe veral very advantageous forts of ynjfa aid fodder and greatly promoted the planting cf it has produced eminent good engravers and the bell in and has fet the example of a yearly exhibition of the pojitc The Society has alfo preferved a variey of medels of tifeful niachines for and Iras at this time muny ns and improvern nts the ut moft importance ctually maturing under its auf pices j among thefe the erection uf pump preferable to the the cxiirpatien of the infeSs that deftroy the prtfirvaiien ef an improvement of the which infures work men in the wheel from feme new fpecie of cheap a And befides the benefits immediately refiiltmg from the fyftem of the it is not without collateral and accidental ad vantages for elocution being in order to influence in and every other popular afiemhiyj young and future Senators might here acquire that habit of fpeaking in without the exercife of which all their other acquirements are And this undoubtedly is the as well as moft re fchaol yvitheut a jcr grown gentlemen as the number and variety of facts that come before the Society far exceeding what appear nt all the academies in Europe together affoid leffons well worth the attendance of and age But to fpeak out this fociety has made one capi tal deviation from its plan which every fin has mvt with puniflimcnt its in tention therein was iiovvever nd indeed great j it at a ruinous fuppy themaf kcts of the capitalKith by means of landcar This unfuccesful undertaking has not only ftrippedusofour but iiffiiied our income i alfo for as every fpecious bast will b6 gorged by numbers many perfons themfeives Members on the in though un hopes of fuccefs who have fince their fubfcriptions which has necefiuated ihe foci cry todiminifh its and con fequently to do lefi rhan it has been or could to Yet this has not been wholly infti uctuous it has indeed been conducive to the depuration of and therevccanon of it to its preftine principes for ir has deterred us from from v a ft and inflammatory projects it has cured us tao ot and en tbvfiaflic expectations from the public and when the remains of the fermentation occafioned theichy hall over devoutly to be it will be found to have contributed to the abolitiop ef parties among us It may accordingly be already with that members who have at prefent an in tfce bufmeft and de bates of the are fuch as have given indubi table proofs of their being actuated by no other in tereft than that of the public and members ef whatever when fufpected of partial have Rot only but even oppo Stion to encounter j and reformed by and inftructed by an experience of twelve is at this qua lified ihan ever to purfue snd attin rhe patriotic and momentous ends of its Other caufes have concurred too in the prelent diminution of its for which the Society is not only irreproach but is highly commendable the judicious dif continuaiion of its annual after it had been feized by the incorporated caitfed tome mem bers to whole views were fo confined as to be determined by that finglejobjea 5 and the palladium which by virtuous feltdenial incapacitates members from receiving any thing from the Society except has occafiuned a ef thofe whoib little underftood its plan of as to initiate them elves with a defign pf making money of It is not however to be or that an aflbciatioii thus formed on publicfpirited and acting in a difinteielted and that too wilh canhe or neg in this opuienr and intelligent Is it not rather of that the very trifling to the continuance of this laudh ble mould not be more general Might i act even be that it Ihould become a capi tation univerftdly feUimpoled by feufe and affluence And can there effectively be at this a more honourable addition to any name ihan the initials o iantis Yet ttus and therefore has hitherto bad no to plume itfelf on the generous gratitude of its cptemppraries and for the whole ot the received in a period of twelve tono more than three hundred two hundred of which was a legacy from of Threadneedleftreetj and the a veilin tended donation from the corporation of whofe example has not had the defired On the this aflbciation has experiecctd the illluck to be omitted in long columns to almaftv every other inftitution rior has yet partici pated of the wealth of that whicjj is an eye witnefs toitsunremitted And though the1 Society with gaod defirous to re main wholly independent and yet will I pre fume to that it might neverthelefs gratefully admit of apprbving marks of from the Ligature of which has often condefcendcd to cooperate with it j and from that who loves the arts it endeavours to aad unex is political Letters A Inhabitants of Upper ftr 1 i a From the LONDON G A Z K T f Oil This Charle Mid one of liis Majeftys msff arrived here account that theQueaof JnitMrfinbarked t auout twelve on TOard theMary Yaclr loon after hor ed Yefterd y ar giten weigh 5 and in the bot 6 was c eaof the wit vind at W B A N K R L P T John of Paul C ve to fuwender the i4th and a5th at e Toren and iSrh of at four in b at Guild Jofeph of Berkliir to furremler the ajd and ayth anl at four in the afternoc at Gn Elias Andrews of B k to furrender the 8rh of at eleven int1 e fbrtnc Rein Deer in Dajs appoint id jir tbt Dividend of BantyrufH eflates t9 Henry Winftanly of the at ten in the at Cuf feehoufe in Prancis of thepft at three in the attcrhooni at the Black Bear in the Certificates to be ullonuiA tc John of Clement Fifkmonqr on or before the i8th Charles late of LamSeth but now of on or before the a8th William of the and Co partner with Daniel of the fame place on or before ths a8th c a d thp C O R S I C A N C A Z T T May The fifiirttiou of ihe inhabi tants of the riini of Ajaccio be come Very A ballad was lafeJy compo and fung in the ftreets in h of i bertv and our The tmmifriry confi dering this as an had it ricti prohiied j in confequence of which a man of the name of Caponne has hen Reports have been as if rhe citizens Ajaccio had conipired againft the French to which have always paid the moft Jhe greateft and jealouiy prevails the citizens of manyof wh and thafeofthe firft have retired to this where they can live in greater Security and Monday difpatches werergain received at tbe Se cretaries of States rum his Exceileruy Sir Andrew Ambaflatior at thePruifian His Prince de the holds frequent conftrences with on rhe uhjrct of the Manilla it is is to be all made at one Ws hear that of the Shire or will be made Poitmaiter Gene in the room oi the Right the Earl of Itisfaid that the James brother to Lord will be created an Engliik It is that the Duke and Duchefsof berland propole pending H few days with of at his feat at Auhijiy in Yefterday the Right Lord out for Ycfterday the Right the Earl and Countefs of let ou for their country ieat in Yetlerday the Doctor of Ox fet out for his palace at in Oxford Yefferday arrived in town from the Riglrt Lord The firft of October Jaftyear there by deaths and changes in twentyone ieats vacant in parliament at prefent there are only William Efqj created a Sir George Amy George Efq one of the Paymafters Sir George appointed a lord of the William Chrift The IhDinas fon to Lojd appointed a Loid of from that the departure of the intended for thtrsinfcrcm vf tne Count de js as on of the pro peer of accommi dation between the Cor ficans and Private letters from the Hague that xll re pcits in the foreign a niarn ye bjiiig in tended between Ltu fi of and ihe Prince ot ars void of the ieaft foundation no fuch treaty having ever upon die A company of the royal regiment of Artillery is ordered to be in readintfs to embark for North rica being intended tor Governor Rogers fettUment of Mechilemakiaac ui
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