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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 10, 1766, London, Middlesex F R I D A O O 8 E K 1766 H i A Y M A R E and GOR moft buinbly requelt the Nobility and to ihe and Comic Operas for the enfuing they will pleafe to their fublcriptions to Andrew Drummond and at Charing who will give proper receipts for the It is humbly defired that tke Subfcribera to the Uoxes will pleafe to fend to the Plies of the Theatre a lift of the names of the coipimny belonging to their or for for the preparing of the to be toeach Subfcrinerin U K Y N By his M A J E S T Ys ATthe THEATRE ROVAL in DRURY THIS DAVwifi be prefented The P R O V O K D W I F tSrr by GABRTCK Boxes Pit Firit Upper Jlwesior the be taken of at No money to be received at curtain is drawn VENICE C O V E N T G A R D E AT the THEATRE ROY in COVE NT THIS DAY will be prefented JThe M A I D of the M I L Lord Sir Harry Svca more Shater j Beard Gibforr Dibdin Lady Pitt 5 fylifs Pokier j Mite Baker j To which will be The by Shutrr Young Woodward Mifs Pit Firft Upper for theboxei to be taken of Mr Sarjant at the Si No money to be received at the nor money Thif Day is HE FOOL of CLU A V O t U M E L I T for in 0 This day is price 8SERVA1 IQNS on AFFAIRS in from the Settlement in to the prefent By Lord Vifcount Printed for in in Ey N E W li O O K S I M P O R T BECKET and DE near Surry in the OSSARIUM ovum ad Scriptores medii feu Supplementum ad Auctiorem Gloflarii Cangiam Collegit 4 Parifiis Gregoi ius de Dialcclis Linguse Liber Sept De Haen Ratio pars Haller Elementa torn 8 Hiffojre de LAit chez les par a Le Socrate Demonftrations Elejnentaires de a Llliade traduite en avcc des Guide des Corps des Marchands en des Cora munautes des Arts Paj Choix de Poefies par 4 i Paris De LAutorite du Cieige duPouveir duMa giftrat fur rExercice desFoncljen u Miniftre z Paris r Hiftoirede Prince de par Defor meauK z fur la Ketiaite de de par a Nouveau Melange de 3 Ge La Pucelle petit avec Ander JLa en grand Civile Polit de des Obfervatioiis par An a Didlionnaire de par Anotliejr Cafe of a moft irfireterate Scurry cured by the The ESSENCE of ROBERT in Magpye FetceHaTie from moiives of the moft benevolent nature to the makes this public that a fon of his height years old was aftliaed with fuch violent from his birth as fcarce to leave a place free all over Hjs head was almoft always an entire under which ihere was a great quantity of corrupted attended with the moft offensive fmell For this the boy hid uktn but all without effift j at Turner was recommended to a trial of vt and b that thecKild hid na bottle an the matter ceafcd the was he the whole away in a fort of dry and his ikia is now Another child of 111 fp badSJ other of the fame difagreeable beenehtrey cured ajib by the fame medicine Turner juftly lud to that iie Ef fence ofMiheials is greaj a purifier as if no greater any medicine hitherio ROBERT Si At a precaution a remrnxsf tbe prohabiy the children continued the medi after all appearances of the diforder ceafed if thought may be advicij of aikilful lurgeon without by applying from to at hit his name upon tbs M BJoomJbjTy and of Minerals is foU in bottles of wrap printed by tbe suthovs ap i is fold by Vertwr and bxwkfet Ludgaaj IvU and in Letters froai or geiitletneii of thff if poft From Ihe P O L I C extenjvue Salt T H B G E T T B E R AND JL NEW ADVERTISER joinrd to the variety ifehonnek through which it poffet hot lately banthe means of detecting fo many and of ap prehending fo many that it may lit proper to give THIS PUBLIC That fir tht of will be conftantly inferted in JAFJJR SUCH INFORMATIONS art properly attended to by tTABLE BUYERS OF ftvj robberies will efcape dtttBien if ALL PERSONS make ufeof the lame paper to advertife their F I E L D I N The WARNINGS from md every thing loft or in the plat er tty art for immediate difptttch toalljilver fmithsy by tht printer tfibis THE Society for Promoting REUIGIOVS KNOW LEDGE among the todiitinguilh it from another more for Promoting Chrif tian hsve lately many other legacies and the gift of be ing part of the refiduary eftate of William Ad deceafedi directed to be applied to charitable Society was begun anno by fix per fons fmce which it has fo far recommended itfeU th of religion and that its numbers are increifed to upwards Its ole intention is to promote the knowledge and practice of genuine by freely giving among the and other books of piQus to inform tbeMgnorant and reclaim the vicious without theleaft defign to promote the fe parate intereSs of any feet or party among Chrif Through the blefimgof GOD this Charity has been greatly bjrvin and feveral parts of in bringing many among the poor to the knowledge and beliefof the Gofpel of JESUS and a proper refpccl to the wcr hip 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 the from its firft commencement to this HjS bound fuch as the Shower on i ime and Eternity j Baxter and Alleine on Converfion to GOB leveral of Doit or Wattss his Scripture Pfalmssuvd the Life of GOD in the Soul of and feveral other books of practical Divinity with upwards of fmaller directed againtt prophane Saj an Addrels to Soldiers and Thofe who ars dcfirous f this good de are defired to fend their Hendaclions to Jresurer j mift Leadenhsil Siecreary George and William and Pewtrefs and in Their Ataniverlary Sernuju preached at SattershaH on Thursday the i6th of this iiiftant S T A I E L O T T E R NO five per deducted from the fhares and and but fix pounds from the infttad of ten ading they a t fold at the loweft in ths examined as by WENHAM and Co at their State Lottery in Poul facing and were drawnprizes often thouiarid pounds each in rUelaft and feld at this Schemes of the Lottery given gratis asd letters poltpaid duly Our correfpond iikewifeall mem bers of mty depend OR their having their and on the moft rea fonable and the remitted them for the prizes and blanks as foon as drawn bufinefs relating to the Lottery tranfafted with the greateil care and drawing of the Lottery wjl begin on Moriday the ith of For on the and Finances of this tkf lafl Tothe of the CASE ANN GERTRUDE ut refpect to DEMANDS upon the CROWN of ORE AT BRITAIN concluded from the Gazet teer of Tuefday September DO not doubt but the which has happened in continuing the of been either to the too genfcral or to fonje failure of the proofs nectffary to accoiaplilh the intent of But neither was the The as you well occafioned folely by a gentlemans carrying fome papers out of without which it was iaipoflible for me to proceed with proper precifiori ajid authenticity and this I mention to remove any prejudice tliatttiay havs been conceived eitheiagaimt the advocate or his In tht Gazetteers of the gth and i6th of the feveral regaining demands of the widow Simpfon upon the Crown of Great Britain are with all the circumftances which gave to Thefe demands were laid before the for German together with fome orders which they vouchsafed to 31 ft ofDe on the 16th of March made the following Report thereon to the Lords of the Ou tlw amounting to 6874 gil ders ii itivers and i for oats which were to have beea delivered into the magazine at Mep according to a contract made by fritderick Efq but oa account of the great and for want of could ftot be tranf ported from where the fame but were carried back to Appingadam in and fold there tt public fale j we are of that as it doss not appear by the that theCormriif fariate was to furnifh and as no autho on whjdi the fale was this Tlie miftake hi this article hath been explained in the ftate of her demand cannot beconfldered as a matter of charge duly founded againft the Crown of Cueat On the for funclry amounting to gilders and 7 we are of that there is not one article contained fupported by any to become a matter of charge againit the Crown cf Great Though the and regard to julticedifplsyed in this Repoi t nmt at the firft to evfery one in the ieall acquainted with the nature of the it may not b improper to mention fohie particuiar will throw a ihonger light upon were to have been delivered into the magazine at on account of the hard and tor want of could not be traniported from where the fame but were carried back to Appingadam in and fold there at public this the obvious and natural inference that thefe oats were carrisd to Appingadam inertly at the will and pleaiure of the without any necelliry or but juft becaule they coiild not be tranfportfd to on account of ths hard lor which nobody was aud for want of which as far as appears ceeded from Bui now dilingenuous this re preientation and how difFerent the truth has been already fufficiently fliewn in theitateof this de a founded on fuch a Ihoukl be alfsnred to by thole not lure to into the circumltauces otthis and all demands of the kind had hired at large wages other perfons to make Inch and re ths reiujt to nomore to be won dered at thun it is to be that had the cir cumftancesof the cafe been reuretentedjufHy to they muft a id certainly hive itjtcled fuch a Report with and icne julticeto the in jured Equally jvit and candid is the firft reafon given for their hat this demand cannot be confi dered a matter of charge duly founded againft the Crown of Great its nvt appealing by the contrail that Uie Coinhiifldriute r was to To of this reafon irv proper light to fuch as be unacquainted with the nature ot kis necellary to ihat ail the car of every country into whch iht Britilh com bined army were put under and command of the iiiitiih Commiifa who always gave orders for tech numbers were necellary for whkh or ders were obeyed by the Mngiltrarcs of the as far as was iu their and which or ders could be the Conimiflk riats obliging thdic to vvhoin tisff orders were given tj pay the owners of thi ib much by the according to of tltubiiihed in I all were not ihcuncivcs imnudiateiy to pay That this the is univcrfally known to aieany ways converfant Uie aiiairs of the and lias been legally proved by the Com j miffaries when caiied upon in to this difingeiiucus objection in otrr cafes an objection worthy only of a pen if would make uie oi any chicanery to a bad this the general tenor of thefe contracls that the Commiilariate fliuulJ furnifh or which is to the feme orders to the Ma girtrates of the them i and where this ex pres cJaufe happened to be she riate ntvar attenipted to take ndvfintagi of the omif fion to rcfue giving uch as they well knew that without them the contracts not be ful as appeais in tlie clejutlt light by the repeated orders given for them in this very cafe as it alfoap pears by their that Simpfons not fulfilling her contrail in the iiinired cvving to their not bing able to furnifh her with a fufficifcnt taemore immediately urgentoc cafionsof thearmyrequ ringtiemellswhcre and that they knew to be anfwerabJe for thecon lequtnces of fucha though the furnifliing of diem wag nat expieisly mentioiied in the contract j according to that maxim in the that ivbatii ne ctffirilj not Tlie ikme principle ot juitice that an hnpoifole condition will the oinifiion of an Of the fame equitable compitcto7i is their other that on which the fale That fuch anthoriry was urgently repeatedly fued for by harh already that like authorities gianted to athers at that very Shall thew her not being able to obtain that he maia an againlt by the who would not grant it as is literally bs oa3 of the fiviers Jigned the report having been one of the coirmjftarici to whom Jbe fo u gentlj and repeatedly for an lo dijfofe of tin oats in qttffion ant would not this be fuffering thofe perfons to take advantage tj of contrary to an maxim in the law oi as well as 16 the general and fundamental principles of all laws the oats were honeitly and the price of them honeftly placed to the credit oF the is becauls it be denied Shall a of want of authority tofell an objection to the ale And would it not have been a much more juft had ihe Suf fered the to rot unfold Tivere in one thing that will fit this extra ordinary affair in alight fliil more f Qitial necfflario Kullui omrntxtam caferf poteft de It hath been obferved this that wlien the Fretfch they feized and deftroyed flagsof rations of part cf fnoie whi had colkfted there to cstninSi quantity of rye proofs their having ieen me received payment ink vrat to3 have done fofthe Ciekft If tfTefelkl Irtn by alferand hot ofScVdiiffyrSaftjf to be carried though it war thereby from being snd might been into the magazines for the ufe cf tire arnirj expence merely trifling in conrparif H with this the juft reward of Sithiu an encouragement to honefty it That Simpfon his not is evident from their not raking advantige of they might have bythe express terns of contract and therefore he hs from theJuRice of the ment of a demand which ilie has thos inconteftiblj proved to be founded on the ttrlcrdl Equally and the marymanner in which the Other Articles of her de mands are all lumped up in one general as not Aborted by anyauthority to lecoifie 4 matter of charge againlt the Crovjn of they have not vouchfafed to enter to a icular difcjfiion ef thefe north givfc any proof befide their bare that sril fiicK authority is it would be fightingwkftv fhadow to enter info conteft upori the Ofii thing though I mult not omit to By tlie ilate here of the it iseviS that whatever formal authority of ftipulatien they may fome of them st have light as fome people may fef will never want weight hanert and tfafit the authority sf If a principal fum is fully proved to be juftly inttrcrft for is ly with equal from principal is efpecially where it proved that sntcreft is paid forit by But this general authority of is one cf thefe which docs notwgnt that particulrir without which the This is a demand cf 8925 delivered by Van Simp fons to raagazins op the order Commifiiuy as has been let forth iu the general itati of herde The carder of confouudthg thw detnand vfith others of fo different a is as as the caufe is which certainly that no co lour of reafon could be given for been confidered feparaiely But that if was not al ways thus jumbled with noc pears by all authority now 1 before I one cf the at vjili hardly difpute though ly it migit nerer have been permuted fro come into ny had theie been any falpicion of its being pnviuced to this This is jiie original nccount of thefe lemaaids of lelvered in to the and by in which this Article for andthe firft for and lols upon the fale of he oats at are honouredwith a nute in the in his well known tt at aj the reft are intuitively brandexi with the word without The only remark to pa made upon this hpt the manner in which the one was examined makes the rejection of of no prejudice to them in the opinion of any man of common fenfe and common tht Cdmnrif except ed nor can prevent her obtaining j that upon better ihaU i be found to he due to I have by the unerring evidence oi the juftice of theoijeili ns ffeade by the German claimants to the comluft ttf the Commiflieners appointed to liquidate their By the fame evidence I wvl prove tiiat their con duel has been unilurm in other inftances equally fla grant with though perhaps not aggravated with circumftinces of equal inhumanity and in mean while recommend it tj their ferious conflde that there is a Power njho bears tke groans qf the and has primifed ly avenge the of the twittovj and H Q S T U Hib jrnicusV tit er fall be taken proper Mike The demand of LUCU wit bout the canffnt or dtjueot the vjho never takes any imneyfor or ragraphs a fizrticuLir btiifjit j tbere fore Hibernicus may have tht oh for jn the band writing of the Ltiters received i Plain Ouil and A Corrtfant To die PRIN iEll of the GAZE f IT has been a cuftam for miny fcr agreat of cows and dtfigped for the Fri days market at Sniitf to be b ught to Iflinj ton on the where fundry go to buV and thereby they never come to the proper market j but an uniicenied markst is hld atIflins s It is alfo for people to go to Barnet aad to buy hogs on their paitage to which the buyers then drive to Snd feii It has alfo tLatwlwn cattls hav Ije brought to hfold at a liceafed that perfons on theeve of day and for them and then the next day they are driren and wv how far shoe who buy cows aad calvcitt
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