Get 1 more page view just for clicking
to like us on Facebook
Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 16, 1766, London, Middlesex i ji W H 1 vi ifri u i J i LH V R ft i ff Vefed in the Jaefday the i Comic V A G Avri T feveral celebrated Com andTHrtr arid so r whcliwiil be kid at half a guinea Second Gallery MAH 1C S TIFS J V J Ptf W J pertw wMttoever to fce admitted behind the Vfit and will to opened at five tt halir ah Imw after fix rfttlcck i f and to jft the eflfujng fea pay ifte nrbfcriptioni to and I at Chtting JC A PI jn praTented Hi With Etifertainineitis of hb jth Boxes Firft Places fdrtite r Tfai No money to be received nor wrt Wr t D i H tvtry tbita the Dutch RepftbKc to the prefettt tithes i with a ejchibitisga view of the torments infliiled on the at Printed at next AlcibUde Adelaide de 14 Biblivgiiphii BiWiblbeqWNW 3 M volr Commerce IsWpuens Contes 3 ML I7r jConwsentaifeferJaRetraJtededix j ClwronologjKe Hiftoire de Revolutioas de 1Academic e Lewis Ltitnxi Louis deCocluu Pnncipes Langue a vol Paefiss par RhetariqueiVUiage des SyBpriimes Fraacpis tie de Bonrtau j par 8 de i Yolt ire Puttatir Voyage en 3 Ue 43 i 16 33 lESotfiety for T fiTO haye odier legacies andL todiftingmfhit fromi ty for the gift ber i b applied to fince whichfiSfe it refigionand numbers are increased td of Its Tote intention is to promote the knowledge and praftice of genuine by freely giving among the and other books of pious to inform the ignorant and reclainvthe without theleaft delign to daq fe reveral parts of bnnfriAg many among the poor to the knowledge and belief of the of JESUS CHRisTj and a proper refpecl to the wor hip and fervice of their Great who were before utterly ignorant and negligent of their ever lafting afnd their tb GOD and There have beenrfyen away by the its nrft commencement to this bound Juch the Shower on Time atisl Eternity JlaxAr and ADeine on Converuqn to j feveral of Boffor Wattss as Scripture Pfaltns and the Lire of Goo in the Soul of and feverat other books of practical Divinity j with upwards of mailer direfted againft prSplrane Sab to Soldiorsantl Thofe who art good de deftreaRTJ wsd tkeir beutftfctions to Benja min Leadenhall Secretary i George and William and Pewtrefs and in Their SermdoWill preached A Jfj U K TTf Uluftrated copper plates of auiietevatwnaof KJtPriiNDrX to PAlNEs BUILOlvRs KET THSA6UAE t f 55f whom naiy be with tne Apr luwxaied with fifty five ceppei B O re CatherineItreet ia the BooKfeHer de tout x t ar De 3 voL Paris Menioite far lei des Bef par Paris Recherches liir des attri par Poetiquc de 4 tvoi Par ij Operate par de SL y Paris Arts 3 Cominustign det Caufes De Paris i Elemeos phyflque de Yveroon Le Voyagaur par AJ6 JU Porte j Sc i Paris La Nature laiFormation du Tonnerre la KeprodudUoadet itres i Paris Gregoriys de Dialect emeft Nttis i nciennes Loix de Offlvfervees retueilles par Little Rotten f Demonttrations 3 IUfage de IEcole 4 Xyon La Theorie des par Mi LAbW R3 Paris Hiftoire des Progres de LEfprit les dans quien par RUSTIC tlM Trade and Finances of this To die PRINTER of the G The of BYTEs byjiis L orderx attends every market day at with a fufficient qaantity ofwteat to fupply alli theiwfi gent families in that neighbourhood at a with directions to miller to grind it at Slips yidt Gaxtlteer liflied in it very juitly i and Aliens of trom the f tin ft to the and not or nnjoft ftandef or envy and true cfaai afters of all nut therefocos Btttei natural generality an at this particular I ektremely in in of poor indultrjous lightei ners their ftarving molt piercing raifery and di ft this and the prefent Duktol the lead among our WOT thy othej t dqr that public the relief 6f thflfe d by of montj by what I bavelately Itarnt who could avoucb the upon as i parti oath iit would ajinoft be yond credit or what infinite charities and thfcjfe nObk fimtQiei gjene xcttfly and almoft daily beftowfin tof pterfont who ai really indigent and defer as family or tiiyni whatever but merely from having knowledge and ftate of their wHUS iid truly made known to Soon after tbat public fcene of calamity in was forAjmedmeon bufineisfVi during my I had an opppjtuVj ty liking down to the IJlt of about long ao4ux broad in the of j an for infinite diverfities of of the moft delighHW fertile Jn clofed variety of fmall witter n agreeable falls of lujturiant views the aud from which numbers of foreign and and anet daily the ports of aad this littU tskiag ir culai ly in ftalbn W tb a fecond TmtMi I Stewart f Lord Bates with its vnrigated policy tor miles round about is ele gantly and rurally planned and laid cat ti The inha bitants tlirougbout the whole at the principal town andpOft of are the moft chearfal afid iaduliripus of any jnef any part of JSCotbnd and many poor fa alraoft wholly fuppurted by Liri continued annual bounties to them the as I was tuldiby feveral f tire greateft vera his Lordfhip came up to LMffos to infono bis of all hehad learnt discovered of motions o thofe deluded rebels at that jain utmoit with tha government tol crufh at their iniquuotts andungro vpked and to bring their leaden to juft AH thefe and was naturally led to the reflation and juft reinem bvajice from reading tbe alcove recited re lative in your paper of Jaft as I caa allure wifh great rruthj thStlam neither a or have arty fort of connexions or promptitudes to the publica tion ofthefe but what flow purely from a regard for all more particularly to the truly gwd and In tle more exalt of life j and from their axiom aiilyt ought to meat low and etteem j I therefore depend on your im partiality in publiuiing Your conitaut A SOUTH To the PRINTER cf the IN yovrr laft wetks I ing pBjragnph wrpie by 1UJLJ to kAotv fertromwhAthe If hewasafriefRRrotiuthi he woiMd neither to rUlich as UfettJ that the preftrir Mirriiffy dubious of their to court any Duke whatever How conies the or his take into their cf bringing back the Noble tuke that for confers I never could fee any public fffee that was a gainft him Sibywlat he throws owt again ft the Ea vourjte or he is pteafedto term is wretched lhame Hat Rot both the Earls he aims at always ex erted themfelves in behalf of the public and now for the relief of the Poorin this tittle of calami Hy bujRilg up corn in their neighbourhood and ferving it out to the Poor at a and grindingit for nothing What has the Nofak Bro ther done of the kind Nothing that we hear But is not the only time one of the Noble bag relieved the Let the Friend to Truth look backto hardfroft and when the watermen were he relieved theni with a fum of greater tlinn any fubj ft ever gave them before on the Is it pqflible that a trueborn can revile men ufunipptted fame for the of party and faclion It is time to drop politics When the country is covered with this horrid fcene of and inlurreftiom of the is at tended with bloodlhed in many and it if hard to fay wliere it or how it is tobe cured j diieafefs known tb body hut the remedy fo fnuch with the interefl of all the great pea k it isvtistlteelt to imd out how it can be Toe merchant rails againft the landed men forget ting their farmsoutin one finn to one great the land of the induftrious poor who ufed to live in the and bring up and keep a which added greatly to the they aJfe ex claim againttexportation of which takes the graziers attention oft of black as he gets jnoreprofit by horfes They take notice how the country is drained of which ufed to add to and come now a Jid Jive in tbegrest where they deftioy provifion and help to make fcar So much is die country destined of that devouring farmer cannot get hands ta get in his They iikewife find fault with the great liwge Jioufes buiidjng city and and almoft every where but ju Jiduff s building in any place that are adapted to Aud they likewife call and he embargo is not complete for there fhoujd hare been a Hop pet to the exporting ail kinds of grain 5 are open to export every thing but the other grain is railed fo ppor cannot get it if Uiey would eat it All this our coinmoiiities fo that we cannot fell in foreigri and much fays the Af On the other the landed men fay aU given up and facrificeU for th They Complain of the reperfing Aflicrican Atfj arid cry what a cruel ting it is ua with taxes to preferve tbat country and fhit they wire protecltd by will not now mmh 6r the lervices aerially done They Hfcewifeoompram of the Ealt Conipany who were pretfirfredandf aggrandized by t gtaat pro tufioir of our ojodd and And as have offered no mdemnificatiortj and their agents ae daUy in conjunction with American dfainiag every 7 sitcJ the kingdom of ou ful add that Hw merchtnts gammakef them niech Amerkareohave every thkigthev w 1n tto rid Bm e U nothing hindftd wife well toiheir country as fer is it doth not djrOf withtlwir are we tOErtnain i in tfcii ii tlo Kr Mmiftrji no matter nwnej art ooly frfr tii aid them to fte abled mth iufficfent as td fob but again ajraeatle to tuelaws bejnadefor t thefnrnetimr end to exportation of ihcricrtbe of the itectfiaries of lire fixed At r parts of and mha by no je6t made happy a ficatibn from of chafits tothe Let fe Pay Wintheir And let rfury be again laid on the oftly alter that plebs permitted to go ettliref tp fifaz br j and every sik ty 4ny ftp ehorch of eveiy the ffre madftand When thefe things are and ffbfo lutely then tatjt of pofftict 5 up otir Ralefs the and T6M TV the POINTER cl tli of blood sjf c tW fa all the andtfatli tfeterrBKiH the thftet bsfcre thebbtifalc 9J1 their cf MyLorrli IJUd the JjotiotSr to your LrWftTp frunv mygarYet rnRag t cl fupuii eating yourfeftraJhfon a certain tracing for at prdtnt fmte a hireUBg of that Board has that the Pofk fold atpublic as was fit for iod bought fnr that purpoft orfyV My ftr the minutes of the laft n Pork fflfy will find the price was ficm 1410 per The prfce n too high fop ihsatj as the rufty parings are now fold in paicels for three half pence per the beft iv aie jlad to have from two pence Halfpenny to three pence per dear for black The years contraift for Engliflj raffed the pHce of Bacon beyond any precedent If ano ther fliould be made this yeaVj there is no whatprice Bacon will go to great My the Poor P6ajt may be for the neceflary fervice the enfuing f I My 1 L V L Cl N D O N ItisTatiAdmJral is to A cceed the lale Admiral Dortll to the command of his MaieJiy t fliips of war at Halifax in Nova On Friday hit Jacob Efq cf in Baron of the Sacred Roman and phewand heir to the Jate Baron lor mnv years Rodent from the Britifli tlie Court of had the honour of kilii g his Ma jettys on being creaed this king and the patent is or ercvl to maie out 5 we he is loon to Is to Mft only daughter foEdwaid in Veilerday the Right H Seymour gave a grand at huuie in preienr his the Tuhe cf tiic Nubility day the R ftup cf will be confirmed at Bow churcf and to morrow will do Louvre Tuefdjy Inft the Hen Lon to hisleat of hii and we are afturefi fhe infertetl in of relating Lortlfijpj haw ing been in jo fir of the t j e rr of is wholly AJtliont Weare that a Governor and fr eft bMAingan AinsiraU Co wli be pointed by his Mnjeiiy jn k ths on the Mufliio
Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!
Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.
Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!
24 hours a day Monday-Saturday
Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!
"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.
"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.
"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.