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   Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 15, 1766, London, Middlesex                                V OC T O B E R x H A Y M A R K E the KINGS THEATRE in the HAY t on Tuefday the le performed aNew Comic G L I STR A V A O A N T Mufic compofed by feveral celebrated Corn With new new and new andBoxes to be put and no to be adjaitted without whch will be deli VeMd That at the kid at half a guinea FirftGallery Second Gallery ly their MAJESTIES perfon whatfoever to be admitted behind the nor into the The Pit and Boxes will be opened at five To begin at half an hsur after fix oclock Vivant Rex TJ and G moft humbly requeft the Nobility and Gen Subfcribers to the Operas for the enfuing fea will pleafe to pay feheir fubfcriptions to Andrew Draiaraond and at Charing It is humbly defired that the Subfcribers to the Boxes will pleafe to fend to the Office of the iaid a lift of the tbe company to their or for filver tickets in 0rder to prepare the to delivered to each Subfcriber in proper By his M A J E S T Ys AT the THEATRE ROYAL m THIS DAY will be prefented The PLAIN The Plain Holland by Palmer Dodd Lord by Parions j Major Love Jerry Yatesj Mifs Pope Lee Widow With Entertainments of DANCING by Signer being 4th appearance in To which will be DAPHNE VERNON MindorajMifs YOUNG Mifs With fiances incident to the by Signer and Signora Mifs MUs Uuxes Pit Firft Upper Places for the boxes to be taken of at the No money to be received at the Nor any money returned afterthe curtain is drawn COVEN T G A R D E AT the THEATRE in COVENT THIS DAY will be prefented The MAID the Lord Sir Harry Syca MrShuter Beard j Gibf n Dibdin Lady j Pitt Mifc Pokier Mifs Baker To hich will The U P H O L S T E RE Woodward j Shuter Mifs Hexes Pit Fiift Upper Pktces for the boxes to be taken of Sarjant at the iNo mtjney to be received at the nor any money to be returned afcer the curtain isdrawn s T A TE THE Shares of and Shares of are fold in quar by HAZARD and at their State Lottery under the Royal and at their houfe in Ludgate Tickets and Shares regiftered atfixpance per and the earlieftaccount of their Tuccefs lent to any part of Great All mares and Chances fold at thefe offices will be ftampt with the and round Hauartfs All Iptters poftpaid duly The Lottery be gins drawing on Monday the ijth of next Four blanks to a kinds of Government i bought an foUl by This day are two pocket price or The THIRD EDITION of SERMONS to YOUNG WOMEN By JAMES Printed for Milbr and in the Strand j in Pallmall j and in Paternofter NEW BOOKS By oppofite Cathetineltreet in the Sbokfeller to hjs de tout a Jj Tableau de 1Hiltoire par DeMe 3 Paris Menfcire fur les Maladies epidemiques des Bef Paris Kecheiches fur des Decouvertes attri buees aux par Paris Poetique de De Parii Abrege Chronologique de IHiftoire Gene rale par LAbbe di Mar 3 Paris Bictionnaire portatif des Arts Paris Continuation des Caufes par De Paris i Elemens phyfique de Le Voyageur par De La tomes j j La Nature dans la Formation la Reproduction des par a Paris Gregorius Ecodicibus emen Notis Anciennes Loix de confervees dans les coutomes Augloifes recueihes par Little a Rouen Demonftrations Eiementaires de a 1Ufage de IEcoie Royale 2 La Theorie par LAbbe Ri 1 Paris BUftoire des de LEfprit les Sciences Artjqui en par 8vo Paris Society for Promoting RELrtfious LEDGE among the to diftinguHh it from another more ancient Society for Promoting Chrif tian have lately among many other legacies and the gift of be ing part of the refiduary eftateof William Ad direfted to be applied to charitable Society was begun anno j by fix per fons lince which time it has fo far recommended itfelf to friends of religion arid that its numbers are increafed to upwards dF Its fple intention is to promote the knowledge and practice of genuine bjrfreely giving amopg the and other books of pious to inform the ignorant and reclaim the vicious without the to promote the fe parate intereits of any feet or party among Chrif Through the bleffing of Gob this Charity has greatly bothin 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 and fervice of their Great who were before utterly ignorant and negligent of their lafting and their duty and There have been given away by the from its firft commencement to this bound mch as the Shower on Time and Eternity 5 Baxter and Alleine on Convention to GOB j feveral of Doctor Wattss as his Scripture Pfalms and the Life of GOD in the Soul of and feveral other books of practical Divinity with upwards of fmaller directed againft prophane Sab an Addrefs to Soldiers and Thofe who are defirous of aflifting this good de are defired to fend their benefadtions to Treasurer Benja min Leadenhall Secretary j George and William and Pewtrefs and in Their Anniverfary Sermon will bs preached at Saltershall Tomorrow the i6th STATE RICHARBS and at their Old Lottery next to the CrofsKeys Hoi beg leave to affure the that they take no deduction whatever from mares of tickets Ibid at this Office and no five per nor ten from the chances by which entire new plan the moft advantageous ever offered all peHons who pur chafe of will be paid feveral pounds more for only a twenty pound and on the largeft prizes up wards of five hundred Lottery hares and are felling in great variety at the loweft in thirty and and paid foon as Schemes of the Lottery given gratis and all duly Begins drawing the i7th of November Four blanks to a pi We ftiall keep the molt exact Numerical and Regiiter Books and all relating to the will be tranfacted with the greatett honour and A R C H T T E C T U R This Day is price Illuftrtted with eleven copper plates of and elevations of AN APPENDIX to MAINES BUILDERS POCKET TREASURE PALLADIO delineated and Printed for Fleet Of whom may bs the fecond The BUILDERS witirthe Ap pendix illuftrated with fifty five copper and neatly price For tbe If t UTS fitted riM tions on ihe Trade and of this loft To the PRINTEK the S i have taken in your paper in preference to the I jjj fiincymyfelf acquainted with JD though never was in your com pany and on that account I preferyoa for my if you like I as the humour takes fend you now and then fome thoughts on the various fubjects which may turn up in my I am an old man and till the prefent have for a great number of years reprefented a county in England butfomething through and more through the ingratitude of the constituents of that I have no longer a feat in the Houfe of Being thus of my I am refolved to difclofe it by writing and I hope the greater attention will be paid lince I never oppofed minifterial meafures becaufe they were either during the adminiftration of the Earl of fince that time though I the times I could confcientioufly join with men iu power have been fo that I always paffrd for an opponent of government in their opinions 5 in I oppofed no meafures but fuch asfince that time have proved in the event what I predicted in thein From theinfluence of the feudal which prevailed at the time when theCommons nrft be came a part of the and which for a long while none but and the confthuents of cities and boroughs were allowed to give their votes in the election of their reprefenta From this incident it has that not one tenth part of the people are concerned in that molt important of all the of thofe who are to preferve them in their and Tbe reformation of this cuftorn ought to have ta ken place with the changes of the and when villainage and all Englifhmen became alike all fhould have poflefled alike the privilege of freemen 5 a had it been infti would have in a great the effeflrs oFbribery and corruption inparliamentary becaufe the inimenfe number ot conftitu ents would have rendered the purclraie of them too except ia a very fevv fince things remain in the old condi and thofe who were antiently denied the pri vilege of are ftill in the fame J fliall prefume to elect myfelf their reprefentative without defigning to fupport any fet of for I think parties are now at an I ftiall yet oppofe fuch meafures as may be under taken by thofe in or thofe out and fuggeft what I conceive may be of ufeto without predilection er partiality And as the poor and in duftrious are the riches of a I mall frequently turn my thoughts en fuch fubjects as may improve their and confequently ewrich the king dom and thus endeavour to be ufeful by my fince 1 cannot by my The Pour Mans j3 Letters received Harmonic To the PRINTER of the Nulia wrienato litter a miflajeco A Woman with lefs courage than I am miftrefs of would certainly be daunted at two fuch doughty antagonifts as I and men too that accufe me of high crimes and and are the charges laid againft me heavens with what unfhaken regard to what what interefting what curious what iage what elegance of what energy of do I contemplate in and egragious performances no one be juy champion Mult I enter the lifts againft thofe two geniufles alone Then to begin Leonora does not Matty mifunder ftand Ltes fount nor did fhe undrjignedly af front but if Deteftor had acquired the great accomplifliment of reading Englifh it woiiltl have faved him the trouble of appearing in the Gazetteer as an informer for he has informed me of nothing that I was a itranger and abb lutely rnililnderftandii my though I allure him if ever t write to him I will prefix expla natory notes to my letter for his better I informed the that Lee had for fome years bten unmercifully laid upon the fhelf I again repeat it j for what can it be called when a to leraMe player is engaged at a very low and never permitted to play in any character of confe quence I am informed that Lee may thank himfelf for this ill treatment from the which is oa account of his It is aftonifhintbat Dstectir mould have theUn parallelled a flu ranee Holianddefpi fed Leonora for an However Hollands I am certain he never could dif pifeany one for freely and candidly giving their fen timents j and Iam mine par tiality and prejudice I look upon Holhmd to be the moft aftor we have his at and is fuperior every one I ever and I do affirm him to be the grestelt ornament to the How it is for Detector that I am not for I mould moil chaftile his info lence if the coward dared to appear in public and make him take his vile pity Oh the to endeavour to crufh to atoms the merits of a help lefs and an improveable actrefs there cer tainly is a miftake in his it is Detractor for he detracts from even the merits of a He is not free from this calumniator though he is praifed by all the good and yet cannot pleafure him who is a liranger to ail fine and would perfuade an audience to be as inflexible as As to I have nothing to than to aiTme him I am net in love with though I be lieve he has a great for me but I hope he will not dare to prefume to raife his thoughts fo high as To the PRINTER of the Cur ft on your German ycu have undone jour coun BEFORE I follow you to give me leave jult to hint fome of your preceding at one of your firft exploits was an ex pedition againft from whence you brought twelve pieces of of which you made a how in HydePark and with great often had them by S horftfs to each though only fix through the to the Two other of your exploits were againft the inCgnificant iflands of Goreeand Senegal after your carrying on th war againft by the way of New York to and from thence dragging thewhole apparatus of war through im menie and over lakes and at an enormous mews your when an expedition from Portfmouth ro in one fum would have done the work which ycu was three or four years in which you fpent feveral mil After this you undertook an unmeaning expedi at very great againft the coaft of where your total defeat at with the lofs of many brave again expofes you but this without any regard to expence or utili was to be if with fome other Quixot and therefore you determined on the ceduftion of Belle Ifle you covered it with Surrounded it with our navy it but it wjfs at a naillion and not a little wafte of Britifh But I afk you of what ufe it was when taken But that was not a matter confidered by you your object at all and thereby to obtain the firing of illuminations and in order to eftabliih ypur character amonglt a deluded people which having effectually you profecuted your favourite fcheme of con quering Aweujcain Germany and there it was you plghted the nations faith to a man whe never had i any You formed an army in that wretched of Britifh and German cr lifting of and all in Brirkh in order to cover a country which you had more than once called a pet barren deflorate and which could fcarce b found in the But fo unftable and inconfiftent has been your condudt tfuougk ali your that in the very country you fo often exclaimed you in the courfe of the late Died rivers of wafted fifty under the fion of which enormous load the people of England now groan and their pofterity moft with the motto Curfe the who wirh his Ger man War has undone their net INTELLIGENCE EX The Right Richard is Lid to be preparing a bill for the better of the t art j u are faid to be at prelent upon a parry in the of Upon Lord appearing at the ieves at on Wednefday a gentleman laid he thought it againil a Court upon which an eminent put of that the intention of a Rule of to the party ftfiv We that there was a grand ij inner at houfe the day before that Lcrd k ill i u at which the Earl of e faid The n being to fecwe tlier Deify we hear agreed to mSvke 5i n Matter of the R From the LONDON GA Z K T T On ceremony between iheir Royal HighntdVuheP ince of and IVincefv Sojilna M ialenacf was by jn Chapel Royal of Chriii in Prince Fre derick of Denmark proxy upon thi ocrafu Yeiterdriym a little bnbre nine theQami of iinded Ihfelv from whence her Majefiy fit cut for in the Princ of between ten and eleven before The P of the Prince and Piii cefs of Naifta and Prince Lewis of r her Majelly oa her and coaducted her to th 111 the which the s of Rot teniarn had fixed upon as rhe convenient for her Majafty tj arrive and cje 1u pleaiVti to receive ths conpimeiits of thRcgerry rf tint The Piincefs Queen through the town to her atnidfttlvc clamationsoi where the again received lieu and took B A N K K If o Geirge of the 4th and fth of a tin ir and at frurin the niiei at George nni Rich A urifi der the i6th iil at eitven in and of at in at uiij of in of and James ct hunhill and cj iuvicr der the ith and 25th ac c vcn in the fure and 15 h of at foinin after at William of inn to furrender the 25th of No at ten in the at the Coach and in Days appointed Jor making tbs cf Bankrupts ejfates ts Robert afLitchfield the nth of at four in at Thomas of linen the ijth of four ii the after at Chriftopher of the 4th of at ten in thi at Guild It is faid the Right Karl Ternjfle has now folutely refufed to accept of any plsce or employment during the prefent Dennis Efq Membfr em barked a few ago from for fetderaent at the bay of in Wi We mentioned in lal JaturJays the Counrefs of Welderen returned on to Lord George Wt can now iiiorm the that her Lady Hup ed and is hourly expected back On Monday about two in the the Right Lady Elizabeth was de livered of two at her houle in Harley Irreet Her Danifh Majefty had a very fine to Hol At her arrival on the frontiers of the me will be drciTcd after the manner of that His Danifh Majefty has iflued an elite J the I9th by which all his fubjpits are ftriflly forbid to embrace the Roman Catholic and the Jefuits to remain in his Majeflys Is not fome at of this aibition become abfolutely necelHiry here Exiracl of a ieticr The lands here coniinus t bs bought up verv and fueccfsul attempts have been already made in the culture of the fugar and of a letter from Thereis muchtalk hereof a inpe alliance which is on the tapis between Great and a third power 5 and it is ad that three other powers I will be invited to accede This triple al in cafe it takes will probably induce two powerful itates to enter into a frill cloier league Extrafi of a letter from eLitett 03 The States ha ing examined the ccnftitution of the prefcnted the following articles to theDyetj That no vacant department in the Courts ot or in the Royal fliall be given to perfons who are not upon the ftricteft to be fit for i heiremployments That fuhjefts judged moft capable by their A hall be preferred to without regard to the length of the fervitude of Advice has been received at that a ftronjr mock of an earthquake had been felt at KabellaBay on the ifland of which did verf confide rable 1   

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