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   Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 14, 1766, London, Middlesex                                H A M A R 1C E Ki Hes AT ft and OOR humbly the Nobility and try Subfcribers to the Serioiu and Comic Operas for the enfuing they will pkafe to pay tfreif fubfcriptjoHS Andrew Drumrnond and at Charing who will givo proper for the Iris humbly defirtd that the Subfcribers to the Boxes wiu pleafe to fend to the of tlie faiA Theatre a lift of the names of the jbompany belonging to their respective or for filver for the preparing of the to be iieiivered to eacti Subscriber in proper The Operas toill begin on Taefday the A p R U R Y L A N his M A J E S T Ys AT tfie THEATRE ROYAL m T THIS DAY will be prefented VENICE P R B S E R V faffieiv PO HOLLAND j Havard Barton Strange Keen Ackitynj Befrjdera for the jd time by To which will be The R M I T HARLEQUIN at Rooker Itear pan OrimaWi bv Ackman The Dances by Signor Signora Boxes Pit Firft Upper Places for the boxes to be taken of at the No money to be received at the Norany money returned after the curtain is drawn O the THEATRE in COVENT THIS DAY will be preiinted 6 V Es LAST SHIFTj The Foot in To which will be M ID A Midas by S i Pit Firft Upper iSv Places the boxes to be taken ot Sarjant at the Jo be received at the nor araymoney to be eturned after the curtain is drawn From tii THJJ D I NswDAiLY joinedto tbt varitt through tubitii it lately fan the i if detecting fo many and of ap imUhg fo many that it may bi to give THIS PUBLIC 7bat fir tbt fll inforaiations tftbii B 0 w g li tcaftantly inferted Nin THIS PAfBR andij INFORMATIONS art properly ailtudtd to by BUVEIlS OF IEQONBHAND rtbbtriet tfcaft ifAIL FKRSOKS ROWTEDiitalce ufeof the lame to advertife thj ioffes F I loft ar in tbt er toy r art for buncaifti aftatfl ta idljihter ty tktprimtr of this IS rtJalefty having bpen pleafed to appoint me jointly Lord te be Syjnalter of oijt feat in parliament is ereby ore humbly intreat the honour of your vote and intereft at the next afluring you of my fteady attachment to liberties of tlus and of my grateful attention to and profperityof my who uponfo hewn afeftiouate regard to Their moil and 1 Moft obliged GEORGE The misfortune I have met with in bfeahipg my plead my excufe for not making apphcanen at S I A i Jif L O T T E K fis per deducted from the hares and but fix pounds fpm die dof ten notwithftanning the at theijoweft m the greatefi examined and as foon by vVENHAM at thenState Lottery in Poul facing Grocers arid were drawn prizes tboufand pounds each ia the laft and at of the Lottery given gratis j and letters poftpaid duly lOur iikewife all feers of aay depend on their having their and on the molt rea fonable and the money remitted far the prizes and blanks as foon as drawn and relating to the Lottery tranfafted with the greateft care The drawing of the Lottery wil begin on Monday the i th of S T A T E O T T E R 1766 five per ctedufted from uiares or and but five pounds 4 of and which makes diffe rence in the fmalleft and in the The mosey paid here far hares and will toe the in proportion as whole tickets aad in fix teenthjsi thirty and at the loweft and the greateft regiftered exaitjined by Stock at his at in Popes near Lombardllreet and near Dun Harris over the Tbe blanks and prizes tp be transfenable annuities at the Bank of Eng bearing three percent per and South Sea thea ftveral India Nvypd Victual Urns andallKinds of GOverohieht biwhfjihd fcld by The Lottery fcw drawing m Wuby the ith of letters from town or country paft paidj duly r 1 lie pnbHc ate defired to take I nan removed from toy hre Office in kave no contwawfiS t Tw A felt floor and a Uoyal to a ungk THE Society for Promoting RELIGIOUS KNOW JIEDGE amonytha todiiHnguifli it more ancient Society for Promoting Chrif have lately awiengniany other legacies and the gift of look be part of the refiduary eftateof Adi be applied to charitable Society anno by fix per fince time it has fo far recommended itfelf to tlif friends of religion and that its numbers are increafcd to upwards Its fole intention is to promote the knowledge and prsftrce of genuine frtelyglving among the and other books of pious to inlbrm the ignorant and reclaim the vicious without the leaft defignto promote the fe parate interefts of any feet or party among Chrif Through the bleflmgAf Goa this Charity has been greatly both m and feveral parts of in bringing many among the poor to the knowledge and belief of the Gofpel of JESUS and a proper refpecT to the wor fliip fervice of their Great who were before utterly ignorant and negligent of their ever lalting and their duty to GOD and There have been given away by the from its firft commencement to this bound luch as the Shower tmTimeandEterffityj Baxter and Alleine on Converfion to GOB feveral of Doftor Wattss as his Scripture Pfalms and the Life of GOD in the Soul of and feveral other booksof practical Divinity with upwards of fmaller directed again t prophane Sab an Soldiers and Thofe who are defiroas of affifting this good de defired to fend their to Tresfurer Benja min Secretary George and William and Pewtrefa and Their Sermon will b preached at on Thurlday the i6th of this inftant BOOKS I M P O K T E in A CADEMFE des Diftionaire de 10 Dictionaire TAcactemie a a AJcibiade de Adelaide Bibliotheque de BibliograpKie 4 Bibliotheque avec 3 par 13 n Code de Louis a Comraerce des Contes Moraux de Marmontelj 3 des 4 de la a Commentaire fur la Retraite de dix a i Chronologiite i Demonltrations de a EiTai fur les Mtlaiiies de a Hiftpire de Bas i a 3 Revolutions de Journal de Louis 2 lliace par 7 LEfprit de 4 Dons de 3 voh La Bergere des Tuteur Orphelin Linrtaei 6 33 Species Flora Genera i Fautia de Louis 4 de Princiges de la Langue i Faefies 4 Synonimes Francois de Theatre de 3 des par 8 Tableau de IHiftoire 3 TeJlarhentu n ivbt Volt ire a Voyage en Oeuvresde 16 33 Gloflarium on the and Finances of this Memoirs of Benjamin The Mirrour ot Knighthood jit To the PRINTER of the prudence of Lord Chathams enemies nowappears j there was no kirid of abufe they did not heap on him the moment he accepted of a All perfons their fenfe crime he had vifed at leaft to wait till he had done fbmething a foolifh requeft enough for feniible people to and which hh enemies had too much lenfc 10 clole they knew from the whole tenour of his lite that as fqon as he began ta he would a6t for the good of his country and there to poftpone their abufe till he had done fome would be waiting to abufe till he cle ferved frefti It would be if Icfs to traduce him for nothing tu work went his relations and and flung dirt with all the might cf their long weak now he hardonefomething he has flopped the exportation of corn has Ihut the door ay famine has repreDTed the avarice of and prevented tie effufion of blood with wJiiih we were threatened from ihe defpair of the ftarving What an execrable mini tier is more and he is blefled by all who dreaded the Conlequence of tumults and Tiie name Lord Chatham is to his as fhaY of Piir the Jatter heaped glory on the former ihews that T he has the fame pint and upright and that we hall be as happy under his in time as his triumphant in what had probably been the cafe if the Gentle Shepherd had remained in till the late dif trefs In the firft place he would haveuttered vo lumes of commonplace diflei tations upon exporta and all longr Words in theGrenville Dictionary and many per fons would have been ftarved before he had gone through the firft In the next place he would have formed a thoufand little narrow to palliate a thoufamkh pirt of the roif and to have gained fix and eightpence to the revenue and perhaps have rewarded two er three tools with the command of fmuggling in praife ef which a Reverend Dean would have written as many and which would have anfwered no at but to have had many more per fons ftarved hi the Tien would have come and then his gentlenefs would have fmiled a and grown more and and as he would have done in of the if he had been determined to let loofejhe upon the and cut the throats of thole who had rjfen becaufe they had not biead to ihe victories he loves are over his He joined in promoting the rsftoring our conquefts to but had a no ble thirft enftavirig our own Thank God we have a different antj a different Chancellor the a as much the reverfe the Gentle as light is to has the cleared the quickcit and thegreateft facility of ex preflmg his cf any man in His knowledge ot the and of wguld fet up twenty fuch puzzled heads as that ot who is adviled not to enter into competition with one fo much his fuoerior 5 the Houfe willnot have pa tience to Hften to fo many and fb few when they may have information and iuftruftion from His plani great and obvious j lie cnn itate them with perfpicuity and precifion and fpeAs to not fir the pleafure of hearing talk themerchantSj and all men of he receives with and attends to with pa tieirce ho dors not inform them at eyery that he isMmifteiVas G and he will never trea rfepufits and agents of great Utpercilioas contempt and as tfe GenJe Shephen1 did on the All the little ped Hng that Minifter will now be unravelled and if he ventures to defend them thofeof he will tompleat the ridicule and hs if he endeavours to perfuacle that it is not happy in its pre tent Mini and was not brought to the brink of ruin and llavery untkr the A Iv Letters Critics juuft excufe me ij I caupaie them tg certain mals cftHeii ly originally taugJjt tje gicat advantage of pruning t hem THERE is a principle in fome men that makes them find a fjratiiication in bringing perior merit to a verv low they find enf jy rnent in the fpoiis they will not be psrfuadsd to forego they not only ohftruft the rays of but alfb deny the effejls of thofethey cannot exclude this invidious cooperat iogwirh prejudice and produces a total infatuation impenetrable to all the efforts of aud reflection fuch a perfon as this I look upon your correfpondsnt to and to write in refutation to who is fuch an admirer of his own dear would be found ineffectual therefore I take up the pen not to couvince him who is but to prevent the mifchiev ouj effecTrs of his ignorant affertions being believed by other In the firit part epiftl he compares Cautherley and Barry to a eJtof ftrollerg fine indeed What could induce him to ftay againft his inclination Not hiscompliance toayomg for hs would endeavour to crufli riling merit even attempt eltabiifhed which is fir above his I do nut wonder at his dlfapprintment the night Venice Preserved was played it muft certainly a great mortification that there was hot a feaftfor his Garricjc might exceed Powell though Powell plays Jaffkr extremely well but that to Holland in or even Garrick I ablblitey deny no one can un derftand the part of Pierre better than orrodre agreeably keep up the dignity of ths undaunted hero and the fj Send but it is uni verialiy that Hollands as an never nor ever will be to me is extremely delicate in Bel plays and looks the character exceeding iu my will in time be a fine What right has to treat Powell with fuch indignity as he does in his fage where he that he is only puftcd off by the managers and admired by merchants clerks ami ap prentices How ridiculous and is it is well known that Powell patronaged by perfons of the higheft On the J upon to have lived to a old and now regrets tht pleafur s of his which he never had tafteto and would endeavcur to make Aethers I 1 ftnll be the liis but that is no matter of Ito as I hall not deign to take further him go to lay his and endeavour to be To PRINTER of the government has thought pVeper abounty on onr linen in its tural as we term it kot ilCo be given when this fame a fur hef ai k is or ftiifened for buckram4 by nffaicira greaft r num ber of our hands are Value is in and would no doubt promote the demand or it thus think it muft ariV only from in tuofewiio thaie who procured the bounty as it now I ihoald be any of your readers that would me reafon for wrthqlilirW the bounty rendered b more as it has employed fo hands bat if it arifts from inauention fvlelr fome gentlemen of power and vind irany there are paiticularly will their r n deavoars to procure at leaft an fo ntficial to themfelves as wdl now ttarving for want of emplcyirsiit I would sllb be obliged to iliy will inform why the uhich made folely of filk arid both vs hen imported pay a and ftd rft ceive the drawback when U does not alio A N Jo PRINTER ot THE of in raoVof Navy wih very dear is much aproveii but why he dSd not h not to be unlefs he has an intereft in furHying a certain Board wiib j for furelythc iniporfition of all kind of other me thod wJneh can be taken to tvca of every neceflary of our is btxome highly incumbeht on all who ths power of ac fq fo public fb whereby they may jiftly acquire the and laveUilufands who are now To the PRINTER HAVING anipagiiis fub fcriptions for fuffsrei by the fire at Barba of the fcjvants pfa mitetoward them could wifo every ftrvant would follow the fame laudable as I intend wiliinHy to them as aoueof theuxwould be the poci er for it at the years erd would they butcon fider how charitably our benefactors gave to the fuf ferers at in about this time la 11 year what vvouid that bscnme fufferersin hu ftnot been for cur gracious they nj fufferers at as every one togivea jufiacaunt of their and received the value of to what it amounted to Huw then it infptre every ow of m with to now portionably the money tlun was divided among every ervants net who not have been for our generous have fuffered the general As havs no af furance office to apply to Let willingly fend them our mite towards iain theirlofa amounts mielu hcllecteil among as fee thofe inihc iiit the fubfcri bersdidj it may induce our iupriors to con fid er fliouW we with into which are plungui j an J could that our reverend gentlemen wcud give a fermon upon the faaje I I aft when dreadfulfires happened ia great fums werecoiUiled for the wiiich was it done at inoft churches in town it raife for the fame the clergy m teml it when the gentry conic to A iNl ior the WE hear two principal in Spital in order to kep that ironi entirely into the have laid by the dist ance of an ingenious caufe mills toeo by watery they are to wi a ulelels piece c ground called ly the conient or the New River a reiervbir cf is fo be forced by a rire engine info a cittern eighty feet and which is gradually to and fo cunovifly as to turn i Juririrtd et ot at one time the is to aicenci by the lame and they apprehend the water need not be change but once a moil btntfldal icneine to many unemployed poor Ytjhrday arrived a The following is faid ta he cauie of the rupture between the Krpudic o Venic and the The Venetian having pro pofed totakeoffihe toll from al ing between their territory and that of the had engaged the latter to sfiiil them in making a new road fome mountains a llderabie pro grefs was in wiientiis denly difcontinu d to ta prevail on the republic to ilefilt Jn m it This ftep was taken ill by tht andixca fioned the There beJore decree of expullion pubiiihed by the Grifons in the Venetian many of whom were and p of confiderabte piivi Oi of the double Madame de Great of ihe future Queens intends to every couple that fhill he maniii on thi iune day with her in tke bailiwick ot a pre fent cf ihirty rnd at Uie ofrhs firft child tliey are to have ten cronns Ycfterday the Right the Lord Mayor at the Manfrunhoufefrom greatly recoveed his it is reported that Sir Kohtrt AUlprmaiij be yf   

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