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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 27, 1766, London, Middlesex 1 HE B c R i B E R S T R G AW T The Miific ooiapoisd by fevwal cdtebrttol Cort With new neur mnT to fclwulnutted without whch at the tod at mttt Gallery Second Galfaty wbatfoever w be admitted behind tha the wjll be opened at fire an fix oclock ill njeaft to fcad to mgi Ahe nanatt1 of the orJfew filver ill be y for Y t LA S T Y G 1 k The prliKapal parts by tWlaadt With E K T E at T A I N ME NT Boxes1 for be taken of at be y yif To A D B N die THEATRE in QBVENT NO vRjJC Jl A T HI JSng Mr jQlbfon 9 Earl of GtsTdtitr Drte j Miv AlideffoAf by JJycr Mifi tihlUj Dake of Matter BesfoAl Lotd Mr Buck Lieute nant Lady Anne by Bf the CHAMPION Pit Firft IJppar for theboxcz to be taken of Sarjent received the nor at ty pound and fix powdt I in fenerji and To in proportion S ha and chancesQt tickets die loweft apd the greateft va tbir tad regiftered and ex W at at in t andnextStDunftans Harrit m pjld letters over the Four Istanks a The blanks and prizei to be trahsfertable annuities at the Bank of Eng three per per Any qurttrty of tickets Jowelt and South 3ta with their fe veral India Kavy and Viftual ndall bought and fold by the Lottery gins drawing on Monday the i th All letters from town or country paid duly The public are defired to take that I am removed from my late Office in and have f A T E to T T E R ieif ARDS and Co at their OldLottery to the CroisKeys UoU leave to allure the that they take whatever from flares fijtf and no five per by woich entire 9fiw plan the ever offered ail perfiubs who por be paid fevoral more for osly and on the largctt up and are felling at the loweft in thirty and paid as fopn as of the given gratis and ail letters drawing the Four blanks to a and j and reUtihg to the with the greateit honour R The w AC E 2 Uimng Sit eafy and compendious Method to fpeak and uritfcif With feveral ufeful Remarks on the lusftjpamcfliarldiomsandfundamental ftewrag hoW to toke as well in fpeakine as in The whole extracted frowi thebett ObTervationsof Spanifti and parti of theXoyai Spanifh Academy Mulrid Alfo feveral of themolt ufoal aad familiar Phrafes with By JOSEPH GIRAL DEL PINO Teacher of the Spamfh Printed for oppofite Catherine ftreet the Jtoykfeller to iis be pn Tburfday the acth of November ingjthei Tidcett has been found pro dual ve of a number of the lat ris thought by the who patronice the foe the LaT dies tjngtsferable only to and Geatlemens onty to From the P i 1C A mpft neceflary at this the remainder of that gang of unhappy wretches livein idlenefs and iubfift their particular bujftnefs from this time end oi the winter to cut off trunks from be Sft tofteal gopdsout of from jets boots of and carry goods toand from llwnfh Hefllwin numSfr having already be gan to wait In of theeveniitgt at fhe different avenues leading to andat ieVeral for the above tis hoped that an attention fee following be the means tf pre thefe means is difficult Thofe who cannot conveniently ftften their luggage before them fhouldtake care to fecure it behind with chain initead of a rope or a and to the padlock that it out of fight and thofe who have fervants to attend fhould them to keep clofeto the carriage as they come near for theft plunderers extend themfelves from miles out of town to the very inns themfelyes in and arc ready in an amasing manner to take the advantage of the leaft As it iscomsnonfor perfons on their ar rival in town to take a hackneycoach when they comeontheltohes of which they gene rally dapofit their they fhould be never the coachman fromhisbox to make JWy for if he be abfent a minute his fare wilt be in great danger oflptlung bis property by fome of the above who at attbc entrance ojf the in order to follow hackney coaches to the fawgfeff where fit or to watchjui oppprtvaitr Nothing can fecure the in waggoas or thebalkets of Ibgecpajhes but the areoT this ftotrfd navetheim watched both on and off the ttoatn and the the feveral rcrad its ftould have one man at leaft on purpofe to them from five to ten miles put of a which is nowbetome abiolutely jat the different inns and other peifcns whoni it fhould give oitac to their porters and other fervants who have the carf off carts employed to take up and tpwh never to leave fuch carti ia roihto The drnVrent tradefmen who fend gpois t6 warehotifes iaorderw go into the muft now allb be on their guard againft harpers fir fome there are yet remaining in theme tropelis and fhould dircft their pertert or not to deliver any goods with which they are fent but in the infjde of the houfe or ware hotifef to which are npr in their to be fent acrofs the ftreet for a bottle of or fomefttch by a man without a 4ss ftt iaiKjof tywpeocej who is to have the care of theirjbdx of parcel the meait wliPs Shopkeepers in and par ticular who expofe goods of value in fhould be careful fo remove them as it grows duik in the and a general ufe of bells fixed en infide of the fhopdoprs or would pi event Af the approach ing iord Mayors as ft is commonly will doubtlels as it generally hath been on account of its natural at tended with and will therefore together it is recom forthstday to their or other valuable effects at homfe for it hath been found different information and ex aftjittatfens at this once for who at Ptber times are in other parts of the to collect together in town pn this jhe birth days of the Royal or any public IpeAacle if perfons in general would make it a rale to make memorandums of the tetters and numben of the bank as they come into tbefr and of the names and numbers on their it would of ten be found of great as well in desafting offenders as in recovering of pro pertyj and though this is a hint which hath at di vers times been given the public from this yet experience fluws it hath been attendedto by very AjerfbA tae following defcrio a well about ij wn fcratch whisjhhefometJ t AttxuaLGqttntl LnuttiumtyafwidM jOifvt beU day of Qffober xt tf tbi cloik in tbtfire mvtt atGiaUbaa wKitgfirteH tbt timet aHd float far the Pjttl ia the rtlating ftr tbt fitters figntil PHIL DO ROTHEA An ACCOUNT of the Co medy Called The COUNTRY and Confide ations on the Trade and Finances of this lajl To the PROPRIETORS oiF EAST INDIA not upon to deter or may the va lue of India but fare I am it very much concerns your in w tereft to cohfider in time the true mi fitnntion of jour on which you the fteps roper to be and concefiiont to be made when it as it certainly will do before the I am from thinking the Miniftry are difpofed to or entitled to the entice pofleftion of your great and valuable acqvifitioni in India efpecially if are coiifidered in the light of Farmergenerals of the and nM as con However that which I fhaljl not fb w venture to gire my opinion it niaft certainly contribute tolhe intereft of the of India Stock that this very great and difficult af fair comes before the Houfe of in a pro and becoming to which end 1 am fore no time is to be 3 could have wUhed that the Directors had wifely interpofed at the laft General fo as to have prexeirted the increafe of dividend to ten per either by recommending the proprietors the di viding of or moving for an amendment of the which I am perfuaded would have been complied withd but that matter being I cannot help of that if a general Court was immediately and proper perfone chofen by the proprietors to conduft this af fair in in concert with the Court pfDi it would flot only be a but eventually an I proprietors will otcuie the offering sisy fentunents on this when I H does hot proceed from any fclfifh fmce whatever may be the event of tnw critical be materially by Gentlemen j Your A jLetters rtctivtt tho Pen A ttenpeckd A Lover of Jultice PARODY of CHEVYCHACE iometrcw ery stad peetjcnd job to got ittls as hackney mens and and ftole grew quantities livery the gliuTss out of tfm and hitherto with thought re lor apprehend ing have been pubfiihed from this Neatly Tbuttayit printed in Two price bound i lUuftrated with copperplates of the various fn ftruments and Experiments treated of and plained in this J In a SuRvfiy of the WoiJri of NATURE and Illuftrated by embellifhed with ppetical eontln ing the Philofephy of the and of the At the lofophyoif and the Orcanmatiin of the By B Printed for near Templebajn at in of the General RJagi 13 may now price t or jl fo tbt freeman of the City aitdan Inb0jtniant of Chrift Church in PERMIT in behalf of myfelf brother wa to return our unfeigned thanks for your candid and impartial remarks to the Printer in laft Wednefdays paper and give me leave to af that thoufamu of his loyal fab will be reduced to beggary and want loyal I ky betatife few watermen fomerime in their had tlie honflur of ferving in his Majeity Royal as the Thames and always will a nursery for the fea The building Black iti to be fore patronized by fanctton of a Britifli aft of parliament comp fed of gentle men of probity and who reprefenl the dif ferent counties in and evidently confpicu ous for the feelings and ftifFerings of their fellow late repeal of the Stamp I ftp not mean by there any probability or indeed neceffity of a repeal of the bridge ad its a noble and nobly carried into exe opening a communication between counties j tho the gentlemen who paffed that are inveftsd with attthonty for psjtng any other act towards the relief of diftrefled watermen and wa termens widowsupona proper fcheme being planned and laid before their we being in no wife entitledto arty Hjare of the fum paid by the City ofLondon to the Watermens company j therefore thro the chaBnel you have been generoufly to fee oar fuffVringj and hardships expofed to the peruialef the nobility and and that geatlemen of knowledge and learning may pro pofe fome fcheme towards the relref ef thoufands of his Majeftys diftrtffedloyal which will io all human probability fare many from the confines pfa parifhes fromJieavy charges falling 6n ignominious deaths which Gcd the arduous tafk you have fo nobly by and Bri tifli may others do the which is the fervent prayers of and in particular of PHILO e PRINTER of the V to public bread is now at fevenpence thraefarthings the quartern wonder riots and mobs ftill exift in the the poor are unable to purchafe breadto fatisfy their Three I will be confidered aethe Parliament which would certainly reduce the price of The to inhibit the diAillers from ufing any for one whole to take off the bounty on exported M The to prohibit theexportation of all corn for three The farmers there nation to bread JOY one j if tti it is very wrongto fuifer i forr it is w qpnhtiesin England barley bread U but barley is now ib dear that thepoor cannot Taking pfF the bounty pn exported com we gwatly damp the overgrdkri farni who would continue to withhold Corn from market though it were dearer than itls nowi exportajtioij of ftopped for three that term would be too JLongu for farmer tolay up hoards of it woiikl ftock tfae nation with all forts of I own rioters defecve eaem plary but fhould be hanged by if the poor have not withal to eat they wjll keep Flrom of humanity and it is to be will exert all their kill to make pie aboird The plaa propofed in this letter wouid cciTainTybfattfncJed ith happy confequenqeB to the in bread would be imirmur would and inland quiet None diftillers anJ groffcrs can object to To the PAINTER of TTTE having for T f the falutajy artdr of ufing in our families fence to Wheaten thilik oariWves obliged by pur relative duties as Chriftians and Bri to communicate the fama to our fellow citi as well for the benefit of thbfe whofe weak conftitutions Cannot bear the various adtilterations Breoiij for the faving advantageof rtjofe whole circumftances from thedearnets ofpro wfions in general will fcarce admit of f heir buying otibf frtftnt tt may here he that tbe price of a loaf of Byufbolj is if not two pence Ufe than a quar tern loaf of tltat a fmall who eat only one quartern loaf iaVday of the inftead of the may thereby make a faving of per1 week j d ftfm af the yestr15 end Will amount to and where the cooftimptiou is encreafed there of be alfo a proportionable We lo not endeavour to psrtkularite thtf jfalubrious lilies of the nor to pcrntjout W the pernicious effefts n chil dren by mgredients up with the Thefe matters we leave to tUe dif cuijion of more able our principal intem at being merely from n motive of to Make 33 fvir as may j aforementibnetl maiter trfuff in hopes that thdfe who have not hitherto been there by be benefited For which good end we pray you to infert tiusour well meant Sevtfat Saturday arrived a wail frvr Pit Two on quitting a few jys ago the houfe of the went fight a duel in the fquare of Lewis tlie Ofteof them is dargeroMfly accules the other of having made a at hijn before he was on his This affair ia new Tribunal of Marfhals of and in the mean time the AttorneyCSeneral has ordered informations thereoji to be laid before a Notary A manufcript ishandeo about here conceininf affair of the young gentlemen cf Abbeville Which attempts to exculpate the youth who was afTerting that a man advanced in years from a fpirit of revenge and whilft he was intoxicated with to commit which cod him his This at ribuv d to Voltaire as isaifo hearing t Upon the clandrftine meimonal of M dr tais wherein itts at rhe tooth pick of th magiftrate has graved for imtnorta From the L O N D ON GAZETTF This day being fary of the Kings acceflion to tlie tered into the vear of his very numerous and brilliafit appearance i f foreign and other pcrbns ofV tocomplimem his Majeftv on rhe nooix the guns in the Park zme Townors fired and ia the evening there ueint illu and other piiblic dcrnnftrations of joy throughout London arid His Majeft has beenplejfed ta appoint William Henry Efq hs Envoy Plenipotentiary to the of The Hereditary Prince of Brunf here on Sumtey being attended by the Lieutenant of whom the Great Duke had fent to to prepare horfcs for him on the Laft Sunday his Sardinian Majily having received an account of the quantify and quality of all forts of grain in his pub liQied an by which it is pro hibited upon psin tf corporal The fame between innK and the Dutchefs of Savoy was brought to ot a HI who was baptised ihtnext iitw with great and the title of CounfcieM nnune was conferred on him by the King of Sard Laft thejtli Cardinal Rovera Atchbiihop died herein the year B A N K R U T Noah of to fvn render on the 29th on the i7rh of No and 6th at foarin the after Henry of tofurrender on theiSth and fzrh of stfenin the and 6th of at four ia the at Stephen Hunily the cf in the city of httei and tofurrender the4th of at nine m on the nth of thefarne at four in the and 6th of at ten ic the Guild m
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