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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 20, 1766, London, Middlesex TM A R K E KINGS THEATRE in Ar HAY the ft a Mew Comic L I S T R A V A G A N T iTfee Mufic compofed by celebrated new new Shd Bit and Boxes to be put and no perjons adJulifed without whqh wjlrbe Wbe admitted without whqh witr Be atb Vered at the fkjd at balf agavnsa Firlt Gallery Second Gallery their M A 1 E S TIE S CommansL t their MAJESTIES ptrfon whatioever to be admitted behind the nor into the f he Pit and Boxes will be opened at five i o begin at half after fixoclock Vivant Rex GOR moft humbly reqweft the Nobility and Gen Subfcribers to the Operas For the enfuing fea to pay their fnbferiptions AndrewDrummond and at Charing It K hunibly defired tliat the Subfcribers to the Boxes wjli pieafe to fend to the Office of the faikl a lift of the names of the company belonging ro their or for filver tickets for of the to be delivered to eaeh Sublcnbfer in proper i R U R Y A N his Mi A J E S T Ys I the THEATRE ROYAL in DRURY THIS DAY will be prefented be CLANDESTINE The principal paits by Mr Love Mifs Mifs and To which will The H E R M I T HARLEQUIN at Rooker Kearj Pan GrimaWi by Mr The Dances by Signer Signor Signora Boxes Pit Firft Upper Places for the boxes to be taken of at the No money to be received at the Kor any money returned after the curtain is drawn COVEN I O A R D 4T the TrIEATRE in CovENTr THIS DAY will be presented ING RICHARD the King CLARK Gibfon Earl of Davis j Duke of Hull Wignel Perry Anderfon by Dyer Prince Mifs Valois Duke of Mailer Besford Lord Buck Lieute nant of the Smith Lady Anne by Vincent Dtitchefs of Fergulon j Queen j R Di which will be The PROCESSION from the ABBEY at tbe With the ReprefentAtionof and the CEREMONY of the fit Firft Upper Places for ttie boxes to be taken of the o money to he received at the nor any maney tohe returned after the curtain isdr awn S A t E L O T T E R five per deducted from the ftares and and but fix pounds from the inftead ot notwithftanding which they are fold at loweft examined ana paid as foon as by WOODFALL and at their State Lottery the corner of We ball keep the moft exaclt nu TBejrical and regifter Schemes of the lottery given and letters ppftpaid duly likewife all mem bers ef may depend on haviag their feares and the moft reafonable termst and the money remitted fhem for prizes and blanks as foon as di and all bufinefs relating to the lotterytranfacled with the greateft care ana The drawing of the lotteiy will on Monday the z7th of This is the firft Office where mares and chances were lid without deducingfive per N E W B O O KTS I M P o R rTt By BUCKET and DJS aear Surry in the de LHiftoiie 3 1 Paris Sifc ifcours fur par T AJb6 4 Paris Recherches fur TOrigine desDecouvertes attri butes aux par Paris Memoires fecrets tires des Archives rains de depuis le Regne de Henry Part and may be Ivid to complete the fetts of thofe that bought the two firft Nouveau Diftionnaire Ejur rintelligence des Affaires des ouveiles Pubiiques des des 4 fiafle yj Anciennes LOJX de cpnferveea dans lea couturoes rtcucilles par Little par David a Pwis Recueil des Leltres de Tableau deBoahewr pai j 3 15 1 Reciioil par 3 avec Chaofons ou 1Heureux i Sidnei par 1Auteur de Hlft de ou Nouveaux Pia par Madame 4 de Progres de LEfprit par Ecole de La Religion de pirle Sc Negotiations parHcuJieres Chevalier Contenant le Lettres le Due deNivw des i pe la M tora 3 I II P Ik begrieave toiacquaint the NoBJLifY SOCIETY ia will be on Thurfdijy November As the lending orJentlepens Tickets to Ladies has been fauna be too generally produc tive of a very disproportionate number of the it has been thought requjfife by the hdles wild pa tronize for tJhe La dies Tickets hall be transferable only to and Gentlcmens only to the letter fctudVYLlLQ GRATITUDE A FRIEND to Itf Td PRINTER of the adverts upontheconduft of 2ord Chathams has trutji and reafon on his I agree heartily with him in his expectations fronja coriipofed as the prefent To it is the greateft confirmation of that diftinguifhed Charafters good intentions to ferve his that he has chofen fo many of real abilities and ap proved merit to acjt along with him both in the ca and in the chiefoffices of the The no ble who has now the department of the re had in a forqjer adminUtratton recommended himfelf to the nation by the part took in every meafure calculated for the public which he borh forwarded by his and de fended by his The who fervedty fills one of the principal executive employ had 41 the head of a confiderable been noted for aftivriy and application to whicKon this occafion made every man in the kingdon as Well as my Lord turn to him as the fitteft peribn to manage the iaterefts of the nation in foreign negotiations and our We may venture to in there never was ia England an adminiftra tion move But yet I wonld diftrnguifti between who are worthy of the higheft degree confidence ad and thofe who are employed only fo far as particular talents render wem That for youf correfpondtnts genius and capacity is iftoft true j theqnaH ies of his bead were never yet difpuud thofe of his heart are fomewbat more I will net enter into a difcuflion of bis character j but I imagine the j Sftrtiiant has pretty eafy accefs tha honourable I beg that he would reconmend a little more fteadinefs and plaindealing to his tell him how unbecoming it is for a of an to tamper with the public funds j and how afluming and dangerous it to employ the name of contrary to the ftntiments of moft of the in a irfelfage of his awn to frignten fo confiderable a body asthe EaftIndin and to deprive of the of their late fucceiles let him mew by hjs cortefpondence with as no doubt the Mercbaxt that this meflage ftruck dircftly at Wir natioaal and did fink the value of all our ftocks t per at and lowered them above 3 per at let the Merchant affare hii allfuftklent that the unpepular himfelf in all even by his ftamp acJjiever gave fuclfa ftab to public he by his firft effay in office and if I may be per mitted to join my with a brother trader ia fpeaking to a of the 14o forewarn that if he does not defift from an attempt fo ruinous and fo detelled by every man of property in this he will foon become the moft contemp if not the moft impeachaWe that ever difgraced the Khould beforry to put in competition with1 either to conception or of far lefs as a public orator and yet I have fcen felt where the other was little re garded and the time when was glad to feconcl part in fupport of the moft unpopular that Gentle as your correipondent calk ever brought into To underftand the commercial inteieits of thena is one but to Defend them is another j Mad never will meet the efteem of the merely by knowing what is while he con tinues to purfue that which is wrong if I guefi will he meet the confidence of his col leagues in Let him that a roan nwy be thought as a d of the who never deferves to be a Miniftear of ItC the letter in Saturday figned AGratsfitl tint ia the lift 1 for read OMEGA u jm i n fc To the PRINTER the A MONG the many curicmiand auiujing which have been bertowed on Lard there is none fo remarkable and fo undefexved as that of Friendto tbePcoKi No man feems to doubt of tha reality of our but ths which the labounqg part of thefe kingdoms upw are fel dom aJtribed and traced to true On man tells you that a fpirjt of mono poly is gone forth that your re aid engroflers caufe the public A fecond wifeacre ftiakes his and tells you there is corn ugh at but it will foon be all if the exportation is out comes a proclamati Has this proclamation remedied the eril S C y fhall an fwer for me He told the of M in his let that be observes the riots are rather encreafed incf the J cw cafify eijafe the mi ferable whofe pining hanger makes him curung thejman who is juft above and afcribing to tfie farmer the ills he fuffert j but men who pretend to be of found di rection j that the able of the to whole rnpid we are this very legal and cottflitntisnal embargo was owing j that I feould and w4nat is aS upon fuch Do not let us deceive either oiirfelves each other The uhiver fal and dearnefs of is owing prin cipally to the enormous weight of taxes under which we was the occaflon of above torty millions of our and of the consequent taxes thereupon late German Who adpifed and encreafed that war to ah extent beyond the idea of any former and beyond the ability of this country to bear Who ani laid the moft grievous tax on the manufacturing and labouring people in this the tax on beer and malt Who refufed to fay a fingle word in behalf of the when the Window Tax was in but went purpofely into an adjoining till the mat ter Who has now loaded the public arid the lift the intereft of above a in pensions and fine cure ettablifliments Thefe are the friendly afts for which thePoor are indebted to after they are con tent to accept these ruin from his hands f if they are fijch true fpaniels as to court and lick the hand that Enote them In Gods name let them take the cen fequences in my beft they may as well expeci another miracle of loaves and as ever look for fchemes of public which can atone introduce from the Earl of His Lordmip was not well enough to be in Council atthe time the proclamation forbidding the exportation of Corn ivat but he liaai well enough V fet out for Bath that very The Englim of this I take to that his Lorrtfhip al ways intlifpaftd to take any fliare of refponfibility where any rifk is to be run and always well enough to aflume to himfelf all the merit which can be de rived from any public meafure andithe prefent are always well or juft as would have To the PRINTER of the EVERY impartial and confcientious nulft that reflections thrown out the Eaji of Chatham have been very ahfurd and ir as his conduft has hitherto merited quite a centraiy treattDcnt and this appear from the following If the aid and advice of his Lordlbip were thought fo eflentialiy neceffary to preferve the weight and credit of tha and ta promote a continuance of peace and harmony mould not the pre fervjug the life of fo nfeful a member be firft ob jeft of our confideratien and is it not reafonable to from experiesce we have had of his patriotifm and that his Lord wbert he law the critical we were imd the dangers that threatened as well by the illegal proceedings of foreign powers commotions prevailing among ourfelvea at home I when fhefe occurrences were vifible to 18 it not reasonable to his Lordfirip might tKus expoftulate with hirafelf Since I find my country ftands in need of my to prevent theimpendingruinthatthreatens and the prefent junftnre of upon me to exert my utiuoft in order appeafe the prevailing and reftore the nation to proper ftate of on which the well being of a kingdom fo much depends it is a duty incumbent upon me to promote as much as poffible the continuance of and fince my conttitu tion is already fa far impaired as to render me capable to perform my duty properly in the Houfe oi and which I fhould from the dif that affiifts be utterly unable to attend j I ought to accept of a mare in the miniftry which Ifove now in inveft me with an power fo inforce and privileges of my fellowfubjects at the fame deftroy ihg my fhortening my Though 1 am fenfible many of your readers will not admit of this nor believe fuch were the motives that influenced ray Lord to accept of hispre let us only fuppofe there is a pofiibility of it fince vfz know as to the contrary and how ungenerous and unwarrantable are our un timely afperfions and calumnjations is cer the beft method to obtain oufwifhes fforo fuch his Lordihip cannot think his interferingAWith his former in our duty whjch gratitude obliges him to pay to Btit I ani perfuaded that thofe principles of virtue and which have ever been his dutingniming and by which his de figns have ever been will itill incline him to look with indifference on the unjuft accufations of his prefent till an opportunity mall occur to convince them Of their if they have any fenfe of bring them to confefs the of their prefent us but wait till a little time hall more clearly demon ftrate whether the Earl merits our applaufe or and then we can communicate our fentiments with the greater veracity and I fliall beg leave to obferve tHat if I wai ever fo well qualified to carry on a conteft with political the theme of politics Ihould feldom my My notions of hap pinefs do not confift bf exclaiming or con futing the opinions of from principles of malice will not yield to theftrongeft convictions of truth or Unlefs I am fure to be of I fhall never have any defire to inter iu public debates I happen to of a dif pofition moire inclined to live in friendflrip add tran Fortune beftow upon ne Within the confines of fonie peaceful The chafte retreats of Innocence and Lovef Remote from Courts and palaces And feare the Joys Content alone can No thirft of Fame difturbj my uumWe Nor Envvs ftirig eer droveawaj tny Let others feek for or ftate And fee their folly when it prbves too lite Where fceiies of vice to To fpend their hours in luxury prfde s Could with tread Sylvan Where purer joys and fofter of Fortunes not to But juft as much as wouldour wants f Id envy not the greattft Prince his Nor for a exchange my K E K W I C To the PK1N TER of the GAZE HAVING in a of your per of the fecond rint cjinntity of corn ufed bythe mar dftilsrs in uid about Lua is at lead it may bs proper to that the author of that paVagrapii ferns indifcfiniinateiy to ftrikeat th rnat out at the fame a toiai pro hibition of it would irobably bs a cf enhancing the prices feveral anises of life fuch as befKfes the reveiiue near per annum and tWefore it may be that it is not the maU tillefj but that partof it only which the expaitatiort of tliat ought to ba tgtoflj iippreffed for certainly it is as detrhneKtnl to of this as the exportation of torn where 5s the between exporting witH a bounty bf oh every ex porting ipirit sf vjijfj witli a bounty of oh etry in feven under hjclronfcrer poof iPray arc net both boucties paid out of the public fund to wards railing of which does not every poor individual pay his hare If a calciijaiiin WHS 10 be nicely I doubt not but it wouid br that the bounty tfpon com ftirits far exceetfs tliat on corn efpecially if it be 5k every feventh ton there is one for whiuhthe exporter irCeivcs there is ftill another eyil attending the exportation of malt which that it is a great in Jiice Hient to nnd a detriment tOXifiefair ti4 der for though it may be allowfd that the is fairly landed at the deflined plncey in order to difchargethe rent and evade fo large a penalty asis if any embezzlement is proved yet there are fufficient reafons to a great part of tke faid brandy is brought and fmuggled at foreyn brandy in varioui ports sml on the French ami to the great injury of the with rcfpeft to the brandy fent as it is generally that not above one third part of it roadies GravefCn j the beft is or otlierwife on the river What is here I am car will not be denied byany OTlr except thofe who are influenced by intertfft in the exportation of or fonie other finifter view and therefore it is hopftd titat a fo injurious to the and tbu poor of this will be taken into and in a little To the PRINTED of the defines to wliether the made anno primo Kenrici cannot he put in as he does not fiiid it has been any pofterior ach nail i iia unpa i ir i Frcm the LONDON Yeftsrday a metfenger arrivd from with tliiiteen CarditiaJs were made on the i6rh of September iajch of ArchbiOiop of Auditor ot the Archhifhop of Archbifhop Prelident af Archbilhop in Archbifhop at Archbifhop Pamfilii Nuiicio at Archbifliop Secretary to the LiAops and Archbiftiop of Archbifhop Secretary of the Governor of Treaforer Afftffnof the Holy The Queen of went on Friday afternoon as far AS and propofed fleeping at Daventer or Delden on The King has been to grant unto his deaily brother 1iintollsnry and to the heirs rwle of his Roal nefss body lawfully the dignitits of a Duke of the kingdom of and of Earl of the kingdom of by the and titles of Duke of of in the faid kingdom of and otEarl Dub in tils laid of The King has been to grant unto the Right Hugh Earl of and to heirs male of his body lawfully begoren on thebody of Elizabeth Csunteis cf his pre fent the dignities of an Earl and Duke of kingdoRi of by the Itiles nnd titles of Em I and Puke of The King has been pieafed to grant unto the Right Charles Lord Baron of Little 01 Eallort ad the county of and the heirs maJe of his bcdy fullv the dignities Barcm and Vifoount of the kingdom ot by and title of Baron of Much otherwife EaltoA ad in the faid of Effex and of count of Eafton in the faid county and in default totir William of in the laid county of The King has bceft pleafen to grnnt unto Jaibb of
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