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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 24, 1766, London, Middlesex fid D A fy TO BE K H A V M A R K E AT the THEATRE in the HAy the win be performed a Mew comic G L I S T R A V A G A N T The Mirfc compofed by feyeral celebrated Corn Witk new nsw andnew Pit and Boxes to be pat and no perrons to be admitted without whch will vered at the laid at half aguJuea Firft Gallery By their MAJESTIES He perfon vftatfcftvet to be admitted behind the nor into the The frft and Boxes will be opened at five 10 begin atlialf an after fix oclock Vivant Rex and GOR moft Inimbly requeft theNobility and Gen SubfcfibeM to the Operas for the enfuing fea will pleafe to pay their fnbfcriptions to Andrew PruiBiaomi slid I It is btfnitjty defired the Subfcribers lo the Soxet will to fend to the Office of the a Jiftjof the of the company begging to their far for fiker tickets for the preparmg the The new fenous called GRAND which was to Wre been per formed is obliged to be poftporied till Saturday the firti of D R IT K Y LA N By his MA JEST AT the THEATRE ROYAtm THIS DAY will be J A N E 8 H O iielland by Havard Love Jieen j bfrjiogej Ackman Jane Y A T E With E N T 1C R T A J S N T Pit Fittt Upper Placesfor the boxes to of the C O T V E H T the TfeEATSE G A R P E in COVENT G AJLP j AY will be ehtcd HA R I the T H j R SMITH j King Gardner j Duke of JJutf i j berry j Bennet Anderfojl j fay Dyer j Prince Mifs ValoU j Pyke of Matter Besford Lord Buck j nant of the LadyAnne by Vincent of Fergufonj o which will be the tht C Q K Q N A p With the and the CEREMONY of the Pit Firft Oal at the to be received 4C the any money to be returned after thecortainis drawn undtrtxenficaeJ fattay Ticket bm hem fild brought to tbii Office at a but by tbt eotomtfflonerj fa be A prizt tf twenty fouiuto the who was frcprietirTkrttf tf tmt of it bang tbat ttptit their any day between the tours of ten MM 4Jgyr anil balidayi e pr wing tutir ibtjcud they By Cam To the WREREASithatbeeninfmuated by a certain perfon To many of trade who favoured my fatheiMiiMh their orders for WALKDENS Ink and other artiles in that branch that he bad declined it ttttng either or on the point of O lady of did not think it worth nay fltould entirely difconti nue itj and on that prefence he offered a fort he calls the Britiffi IVJwxantiie Ink and every other aricle 1 3 k hereby dedare the infinuation ta be a difiBgenQaus attempt judice me in my and fbat Inever had attiatention of quit ting the fame I am dcier uined 10 jCpnrJnue ic in the yery manner aiv flther has with upwards of thirty years hh s and under 1m own infptclion 1 therefore requeft the canJor of the trade ia my anil I doubt not that the1 author of f unfair an ihfirtoatitn will be by them difcountepapcedin his attdraprs to my as hall always be par careful to merit the favourable opinion Btitift Ink Powder and Japan have ac quired r and I hunrtSty the continuance of your wUich will lay a Jafting oWigatioh on Yoortnoft and moft humble JOHN G ENTLEMEN who thufe to b deaths may on the follow ing Frock of uperfine middle three fuits For tBd fonr foitjfor i6t otherwile a as for a fraall middle middle fize the beft Bath beaver furtouts ditro ipf baize velvet breathes ditto fourthread woffled and a frock luit wtth flvag As there tBRnts room to particularize pleafe to observe I of 900 At tte above charwjsvery mfy cauffrfyme to fiffceft the he goods it is thereftre need ful to tn my a twofold evidence of the sontravy feemg niy are cmioHy nntl if nor found cannot expeflt the ftitme commands of thofs gintte who inducemesu to employ tnd a good charafter is an eifential to ray future to thofc whofe prjfees are it ever be the intereft and care to preferve that your bumble R P O R 3rajrV C O E L Y leavs to THE NOBILIT B E R S to in That the ftrftMeetinjg will be on Thurfday the 40 JJ T Ni Althe the Gentlemen in lenti ing their TrcketttO the has been found pro duttive of a of the lat thought wort by the who patronHie the undertaking forCM La dies Tickets fcall be traniterabie tally to ruxd TURLINGTONS dt WILLIAM and Wifr fifcceflof libbert 1 uilWf inventor and patentee of that molt excellent xaedicine called Turlingtons Original Bai fam of life j begs leave to inform the gin and public irt that lie Queries on tlie bufewft atthr old in rtrtr the Royal t where all perfons may be aflured of and Genuitit of as lie oierliod of preparing the fame being left to per acquainted therewith All others are notorious STATE NO five per and one pound paid more at thefe offices for the chance of a twenty pound when than at any andfix more than is paid in general and fo in proportion in all the Shares and chances oftickers are felling at the lowed and the greateit va in thir and fixtV regittered and ex amined by at his at in near Lombarditreetj and next Dunffaas Karris is gold letters over the Sour blanks to a The blanks and prizes to be transftanable annuities at the Bank of Eng bearing tliree per per Any qu ndty of tickets at the loweft and South Sea with jfcirfe veral India Navy and Victual ling audaU KLindc of Goremmein and fold by Tiw be gins drawing on Monday the 17 th of All letters from town or 1oe public are defired to that I am removed from niy late OfSct ia and no connections T X T L o T E R NO five hares aad and boc lixjxjunds fnjnt the infttad of ten notwitbttanding ihey arc attheioWeft ipth greateft eiamiued and pSd as foon as btWENliAM andCe at their State Lottery a ths and were drawn prizes often tiioufand each m tlie at X Schemes of the Lottery giren gratis 5 letters poftpaid duly ion the moft reu onable tie remitted them for the prizes and Blanks and all bufmsfs relating tc the iotOlry tiranfaped with the greateit care and Rawing of the Lottery wit begin on Monday the of is inQ8avOi trice SPANJSH GRAMMAR jClL theSpANisM LANGUAGE i con Coining an eafy ami Metiiotl to peak and it feveral ufeful Remarks on the inoltparticularldioms and piewinghpw to make ufe of as well in Ipeaking as in The whole extracted from the belt Gbfervations of Spanifh and qf the Royal Spanilh M id Alfofeveral of the molt ufual arid familiar with By JOSEPH GIRAL DEL Teacher ot the Spanifli Printed for oppoiite in the Ko to his Let intreat my this time cf general and whioh will inevit advance upon till we jareforted to purfue very different methods from the to encourage the ufe of this and to Many and to the laborious a fav ing Methinfcs I fee the the potatoe mer chant cxultjrig at this and determining immediately to advance the price of thefe I not wonder if I paid for ray dinner for giving this intimation to the friends be not toohafty j the moment you raife the price of your fait fifh or your jrfjtf will find yourfelves There are ptffons of fome little foihe who are determined to difappoint Being bred to the you have a right to a rsafonable pro fit to fubfiit you and your But if you re folve to combine in railing thefe neceffary articles compafiion to the public will juftify nieafures which nothing but a combination in jirlous to Jociety would have produced or In a there are fome gentlemen who think it of national at to promote the ufe of this kindof focdv Ttiey know where and how to come at the feveral of fait fifh at the belt They know that potatoes are uncommonly plentiful in Lancafhire and that they can reduce the price of this molt beneficial root to be the purchafe of the pooreft perfon in A fum is to encourage the importation of pota toeji from thefe cheap countries to and of fait fifh of various If the pu Jic is difpofed to encourage this means of leffening the dearnef of flefivmeat arid and reduce the dealers in them to the formed for this pjjrpofe will exert iffelf to the puip The fifh mongers have triumphed over tie late ge attempts to fupply this town with frefh Tliey endeavour the like by the prefect ailbcia tion Bui as faitfifli ia not fo peri finable as there wiU be more time to counteract th6 finifter operations of a that it is for gwid of the be ending fdSSjDns by enacling ar y new pe nal regulations thegirtof knaves t catch honeft iot y throwing tie whole rifli trade the tunes and places proper for preferv and that every fifjurnuh may fell and to To the PRINTER of the fry For the letter Jigned oa the Trade and Finances of To the PRINTER of the Complaints of fcarcity are and apparently too Many caufes have been fome with inore feme with lefs proba bility of being The writers who point out within the compafc of ibtir are ever and Thofe who throw out imaginary cttiies of may juftly be fuppofed to have an intereft in fo and may boner or later be To add to this laft is not at prefent my i have that foreftaliers and rrgrators were not the only cauiec of public I was fulpeaed of being a foreftaUer and treated with fome acrimony on though I never bought a bufhePof conv My defiga if to point out one article of io far as it will to the relief of fome and furnifh a good and wholefome meal now and then mode rate We feem not in this the lower am iling families to know the ufe of fait To recommend this to the conditions I have nien tioned is the intention of this A littk with and either milk or Dublin upply as cheap and as falutnry a meal to families as any they can For want of thotftfet people go to look at 3ork j and if tbefe are thy kiiftwnit to look for tn any tinds ef So that who filpp1yr the ocean tlie inhabitants of and with no fmall part of their me wlvJiy with the ufe of this compara amongft f am jati fied jufjineiU autl per fpicuity in the prct I am withnpble fublimity Jo tforieciiion and accuracy of in ellys tire but yet I iiiijk the tint exhibit their performance ought at leift to have common their explana tions fhjuld be diftincV and their arguments ftrongand ajid tliejr rtfieiSions and The public n right to expe6 fhat every who prevends to vilit them in that cha mould appear in a Iecent frarb if they do they may depend on it they them or condemn them for their il manners and tliey will never receive any anfwer from in what light mufl toretdes be re en that appeared in yefterdays With out fenfe or or any regard to my to tack me with inundations of never keep ing up to their but leaving their far that they imy indulge their vice of de They all agree that I am in that I am in and glory iu am in love with Jnfiice and Benevolence thefe are my fa vourite and thefe I will and de fpife all Envy and malevolence are far below my notice but depreflerl merit or injured innocence may always demand my pen and a Hol land I hall ever acknowledge as of If I was totukeany further notice of temp tible I could not pardon myfelfTor tMe very great Imuft dif mifs this letter without acknowledging the reading the Very polleepiltle of wliofe fentimeihs in regard to theatrical foagreable to my that I affure him he may depend on my affif tsnce on this or any other when there is an opponent worthy of and whofe willing fliall fpenk him the man of fenle and LEON H Habella is defirous of Leonoras advice on any public or it fliall be much at her eirner by eating the affair in the Gazet or by addreffed to at Which will come fafe to To the PRINTER of the IN the mirHt of the moft violent encomiums and unlimited panegfric beftowed cm t1 e performers of may a moderate and un prejudiced man cffcr candid remarks ontha of Love in a Village at Co vent Gar den This piece may be called a en livened with many well adapted and delighrful bal lads and and is beft and the bdt of any author in that But how it Jofes its power by the abfcnceof T think the whcfe audience muft feel with myelf Not that I would take from who is a very finger but endea vouring to fne ftrains her Voice fo much be yond her natural that ir frequently breaks into a fcream wliich is luifli and fhe confine her voice within its natural con and A I c cfr i with her which fhe continually lie ouid be an agreeable Mils Brent without the moil and extenfive p of voice that ever any Eolith finger was w rh And executes with as and dif tortion in fingers tlai rvcale if kept within proper Anew appeared h this piece and for ire that na turally attend merit on a firft performed her part with cafe and and promitls fair to make a figire on the She has a markng and feems to priTfsa good of the hi I hope to fee her d fplay in 7kt Schaol for I am fhe has a She fung tfce foiig em Old with and humour and though fhe pleaferl me tluoughout the whole of her I not help that TKe had been in and that Mifs Brent and Mattocks Had appeared in their origingj One thirr I would recommend to this jnd indeed to all women to making ufe of tkat abomina ble white which is extrfiiuly to the and moie unlike beauty or than can be I cannot finifh my letter withont nv fatistitftion that Smiths recovery enaMes iiirj to appear again on the He piaced ilichani laft Trt g 5 tie rably andtlicugh I ftall in imiJacion Hollands prop ounce him the moft com pleat aclor in I h venture to iiithe part of he is fcCond to nen but the great the I hope as I fuppofe the Managtjs ninning the Coro nation through the that ys OiMl not the mortification of hearing Harry the But have nothing but fng Ibng and puppetfhew I wll the figures of the Cdronrition rie ever bur ccyM fee Jo capital aftus au adralls r eni make lefs ufe cf thst Itiff arfti tragic lias nor Prury lane il given too mudicY Opera L N D o that Princei UoVal ui ti who js to be d Ze by the names of i Inrlotfe and that tffeir t e a of Dcn by ami the rrmceis Iovagerof to be It i laui that a patent is preparing forrcniinrtlie Right the ail of Nnrthmgion a On rhr hnm the 5nu Morocco n ri in and is en at ui in Majeity in a fbi1 whoiii prafeuts from tin id s of Tn Trom VJcounl fit his houfe in S the Right the i fit out format the better recovery of ins It is fnid the firlt fie Msnil f be remitted hitber from by the h November 3 Generals a terrain Potentates was fiv numberof joldiers Eet ting in their havveft for as to be fAtished by their ordered to Fjo into the public and into the the as had been hereto fore in fuch The officers hnrd particuiaiTf fo foon after hsiviai been nt as wrlj borne extraordinary faijgiiei durinarthe late applied to Grnerai to repreieit in their he km41y undatook but his uarion was in fuph as greatly difgjlud and oc fioned his H fecins thought re cruett rb to revoke or alter an whch he had in the meftcautious ana rsipscuui We hear a is on font with thTTipeor of fca cediiig to GreatBriton rhr of on the Africarvccmltj forty to r p cf the Streightj of GibrHtar an tu that the uvvri tfe of the of is ncaiiy dftrcyed hy an there being but few hcufes kft ftaiid By Istfers recetvsd at ftom ConiMt there was tint Vsit of been by a They xvrire tl it a bnfk is now carried toe ancl that nothing is uantinj but a regnlar form of c reader ie rich and We a biil Houff cf Common f 1 the thai mul to laid before the ei fcr retalin a bounty upon c ia rn ei i to be Iflter uls held our v was the fulldt of that k many The price gent orfix ami cAsntv ih a if fu be in ars aj i O urt of rhe C they ami nre at i hfry to theiurierSrs morning a molt irelMicli efiiars mother of three vho a o t rbadc a d herfllf out a tw Fair of Inqutft fcr vj jn Butcher when a number oi Lei
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