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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 28, 1766, London, Middlesex Y M A R K E V AT the KING in the HAY TfflS the aStti will be performed a New comic G I I S T R A V A G A N T T1 f Mufic by feveral celebrated Com With new new and new Pjt and Boxes to be put and no perfons to be admitted without whcb will be deli vered This at the feid at half a guinea Seeofcd Gallery By their M A J S T I E S Ne perfon wfiatfoever to be admitted behind the nor into the TUie Pit and Boxes will be opened at five To begin atialf an heur after fix oclock Vivant Rex 83 and GOR motf hnrobly reqseft the Nobility and Gen to the Operas for the enfuing fea will pleafe to pay their fubfcriptions to Andrew Drjjmmond aqd t at Charing N It is humbly defired that the Subfcribers to the Boxes wiU pleafe to fend to the Office of the faM a Im of the names of the company belonging to their or for filver tickets for the preparing the On Saturday next will be performed ferious called TRAJtEiJARNE GRAftD it D By R If R Y L A N M A 1 E S T YV AT the ROYAL BRttRY THIS DAY will be prcfented The C 0 N Y from COUNTRYVYif Tiwi principal parts by Cau Maftep Mils and Mas With ail Addrds to the by the Country With FAIRY Boxes Pit Firft Upper ior the boxes to be takea of Mrv at the GOV E N T AT the THEATRE ROY in JDAY will prefented ffee B Y BO D The Woodward Sir George Smith j Sir Fran cis Sbuter Sir Jealous itall j j Fer julbn Path HU which will be The ROYAL C H A C E j HARLEmiiN Milesj Pit Firft Upper Places for the boxes to be taken Sarjaut bookkeepa at the money to be received at the nor any money to be returned after thecurtainis CORSSLY8 leavo acquaint E NOBILITY GEN S B S C R IB R S ta in f hat the firft Meeting will be on Thurfday tWe of As the poHtenefsof the GeotUtnen inlend Jng their Tickets to the has been ftmndprfc tduclive of a very difproportionate n umber cf the lat tis thought more by the LadiwivhO patronize for dies be transferable only and to Who fent ftrcy yrejent word The lately Earl not fearing V Did daily go to court With five and forty Bonvttens All chofen men of Who knew full well irirtime of need To cringe and bow Tfeefe gallant foofl bdgan To gain At Chriitmas they great places As plainly doth appear i eer the Spring was they did A thoufand boons Whkhj they fhrewdly went cravefor The Bowmans mufterd at Whitehall Their votes were all fecure And fixteep of the Each day were guarded Wild Highlanders forfofck fneir Proud pffices to And tTSJE Did Princely j To Sionhouft EartFjTcy f thai thqiight wowld not I tha LM yondjet jjotlr Lpro1 B I fee tiis itar fo Full twenty YeomSftjj jiiad Are murchihg All men Arfd theNhsedis with My hufljand Xll advance i while befjiianks it here at IlLparade in the Lady Their jcnpun ted oft his ljis beaver WHEREAS the undertruntiatuei Lottery Ticket Was been fold and to this Office wo btaak but yfcn examination by the Gommtffionerifw excbtuigdig Tickets for appears 4 oftvuaty joyndj s This is therefore a inform the ferfon was proprietor tbtrepf at the time of its bting that ttpffi their appkcatna to ttis Office any day btfrwteu tours of ten and one Saturdays and tyd proving tbtif properly vt the faid teitvtfalisfaSiott for the J By GfJer of toe SAMUEL T A T ELOT T E H and Jt Shares of are fold in halves arid by HAZARD1 an at their State Lottery the and at their houfc in Ludu ana Shares regiftered at and the earlieft account of their lent to any part of Great chances folil at thefe pieces will be ftarapt tbe and Hazards jfM letters The Lottery be gins drawing Monday Four blanks to a kinds of Securities bought and Ibid by the litters figned ANTIROSCIAD and PETER fee For the G A ZE T T E E P A R O D Y OF C H E V Yc H A C D profper long our Our lives and fafeties all What woeful dilcord once there did In Britains Jfte befall To drive three bound and took The child may rue that was not A Scotfaian on that The Itout Eafl of NcrthQmberland A vow to God did A daughter of thu Scottish His fen to wife fliould take j The choiceft honours of the To and bear away tidings to Earl Tatiple At GcatSi where be by for and That be might break a fpear With a Heralds vojc Proclaimed it far and Pfrty on his iongtaild ft like a warrtw foremoft of the Bis houfirig fringed jul the chtefo in powr That they might nothing TO fuch wims to Ae he to The firft that did the tendet Was noble S if thou wiltlift witli Thou y lftiilt be So well cajole the clniurous i IB An4 KalF i charges of the 1 i O qr jew Jpandnot ftaunoh TheYorkQUreandtheiSuHt3f Wfrigs Atoncrthey To drive Uie hqand and JUord Ciirrrnvhad t Jie In viinJfali Earl St lial WhM marxy of oar faireft laws Lay trampled on the O Lord I it was a grief An likewife for to The dire Veproaches Ch m bore From tother parries Atlaft tliefotwo great did A Like Minifters of But for the NatiotCt Of that they made but They talkd until they both did With an outragesut zeal And hugely flruggled which of them Should rule the See in Uifi Farce of t Tie Yield Earl C In faith I will thee flialt advanced be By G our Britifli The public Til freely And thus report of Thou art by far the fitteft man To head the To th Earl of Thy proffers I do fcorn t will not yieldxto any That ever yet was With that there came a ftatefman keen Who long had lurkd below And to Earl firm refol ve Did give the final Who never fpoke more words No terms Ill have at But with my gentle brother George Will henceforth rife or Then ftajking took The tall man by the And for thy eafej Id give half O Lord my very heart doth bleed With forrow for thy lake For fure theres fcarce a Lord alive But would fuch bargain A Knight among the Scots there tVImm no one dare deny For him my coufin Hglys wrath I muft and hall Sir Hry Rcfy rt is he Of head and bright i Nor do I knowfo quick a man For pai lance or for He led Without or dreador And is in war as A hardy And theres a Duke offeree And Is full a match for Nor did he treat likeRo4c Who me from So thus did both thefe patriots Whofe virtue none could ftain I ftill perceive We may be friends He had a crutch Beneath his fMutle of a in A long had To this of held pi dayf And wheri rung dinner The meaja3 With the 1 there remain The Lcrd of An4 jvathiiis Grace of tiiaf bold With ftotat Sir Fitdur fell Sir Ascribe of account j AndQdCwlttheExjclinequer Now John muft wail As one in dolefuldumps getting oh the He never ftirrd his And with old did fall fturdy Doftor Hy NorNewi wouldquif thefieltl had ftrtftgtbtb Nor nor Could either favecFiJe 5 Lord was r Againft his will went heV And the Lord t in liifewfc 7 And twenty or pr Were fhJrt pf fifty Staid in but two or three 1ThS reil Jive at their cpuijtry C Pifder U t month will many Their raflinafs to j 1 fay if they are not Why they mutf jgoto v gvS8 djj play fuch iiynj Would 4rv4 to keepa If they were clad in The news was unto Paris And eke of Spain 3 Earl i n Miniftry Would fcarce have weight Ohheavy John Wilkes did Churchill can witnefs I have not any patron more Of fuch account as Like tidings to Within a fhorter That Richard Lord of RefusM to take a Then God be with faid the Sith twill no better be j We truft there is about the Five hundred good as Yet ftiall not nor fay But we will vengeance take juft tovenge ihall on them FordsareftSrs This vow was then full well When to town With Men And of the reft of triit i Why all by To rnaks a of Sir VVfeo God fave the andbefs tls Tin snd peace heifcefoi th that aii regard To th and pro irghrep ftis fsie ory of cnenilefi they their the ht j I Have waited impatiriKe for a of that which the feelings of my the cafe ofthe unTorURats latel publifhed in your paperv fliould bave uiwn tlw people of Is it fuih a cafe can have a d relieved is no relief ii not exprefsly afked for The latter is as As the former were nhjulh Tiu genrfTiiy fees the fublimtft pleafure in irom the pain wrong fhe moment it it jaadc v ShcuM itbe feiJ iifst juiice m ceed ofpreicrib winged cliarity then xiety and grievance ofthe Britons to have fed and closthed in piifon them and fiiJ friends to unrsiievedin brought upon by their faivifu zeal for their feryice Shall they not be juft as well as geiierous Shall they their well as forgive heu debtors I have not to fuppofe that the cf Syrapfon is in uehalsngth of ic has IKI If it is thefahljood be lain wiped offmir is companion let done to tliewiffo that their s aieud uot Hti I wjflj a more able pen H unworthy of the ableft I wiied rhus that fomeone would j and now only from at fb a i8iiict3 There have been rimes when femnyf wouh not have been left to depend Veak aaiiittes of a female advocate I k come to kt our fex exert the vij hich we acknowledge no and flnme recreant man into a fenfe of his by our cpmpaffion and munificence on an occafion fo tmly arid tenderly I fervantr nfl union t km bos iu Jiope cutcorrffptndfni MERCATOK nit kis letter as if afeUjcr frjb ul ttrtatmt sn a at this e of dangerous ceufeqaexce IB ihe We Lave or not we jlottld dijmtfjo It a tc which we me awid faying a ty ihttg m f avoir of to which bisfilter it tin See Churchi two Jr m Off We rms rhs moment received by aietter from that tie General was opened on die of this month and chat Great of died in the night between the 7th and far in and greatly An exprefs his juft brought that our new Qaeen arrived at Harburgh this about four in the Her MajeHv will fie there expefted Great pcsparations are making for the The triumphal arch in particular is The fixteen wo nrs to rcceive hsr MnjeJty at aje now waiting for iw ND O Thjeyrwntp that Lord Vfcounts Loftdi dbd Headford uie fo created Ear Lor I Sir the Karons and Renretenta ive in of Yefterday General PuluHy fct out for Yetterdaythe brother to the Earl arrive f at their houe in for the wintr We hearthe town will this winter be as full as has been for many there fcarcsly a lodging houfe but what is already taken for cepdon of the We are informed thatthe ingenious an eminent Scotch a few years prac tifed phyficwith much fucrefk at is juft failed in a fliip for Welt Fl havm obtained a grant from his Majlty ot fwcnty rhoufami acres of hnd 5 and he is alfb appointed General his Majeftvsquit rents in tiiat cjlony a place of perannum A letter from Senegal tint a full of jn attempting a New England iliip in the was by the flrjt of a four and moil of rhecrew Efctraflofa Liter from IK Jafni We have had fevers haul gales of wind this by which many have Imieied cnnfiderably in and in particular in the nirit the of Aere feveu fixty fonie with their wlvle targoegon or three veflls bel to Poole and of a letter fron fpke on the 9th with of the from for who informsd him that Jis had parted liis in violent cf wind the iStli of lait and pat to fea without any and that lie ipoke with n brigfrra iton for Peidacola the told Irira thatfeven teen ot velf were on fliore there alfb foxne ar Buck Savannah Le and Port but couk give uo particalar account of the Hardcaftle pared KU
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