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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 30, 1766, London, Middlesex A K K E T mKISGf THEATRE in i the HAY the ift of will atfiew Serious GRAND compofed by feveral celebrated Com uc With new new new Pit and Boxes to be put to be admitted without wbch wiH be deli at the faid at half a guinea SfcichV Firft Gallery 51 By their M A J E S T I E ifcrfon whartbever to be admitted behind the nor into the The Pit andBoxes will be opened at five To begin at half an hwar after oclock VINCpTj amTOR ihol hirintoyreqiieft the afld Subfcrloers to the Operas fear will pleafe to pay their fnbfcnfSAif to ITrominond and I aHSfcajrirtg N It is hombly defired that rtte Subfcribers tcr the BoxerwHtt pleaft to to the Office of the laid i lift of the of the company fcelongmg or for diver tickets for preparing the fe U K V I By his M A J ES TYs AT the THEATRE ROYAL in THIS DAY wfil be prefcnted The 2O TJ N T R T G I R Altered from WreHiwtEYY COWMTRY The principal by Palnwv Maftw and Mifr With an Aetdrefsto Atidiefleej fey way of by the Coantry QtHBTB N Semes PitjsTTftrft tfejlfcr r tne IJOKW be tjiksn of at the Torpr T the THEATRE in CQVEKT i THIS DAY wiU Be prefewed H jyi L E fc by GiKon To Tije R O Y 04 Pit for thebiww to be CM A C E j I I fif hor By S A M U ET B A K At iis houfe in flHw J T krey deceafed i confasnittg yeiy ieod iionecHon miff other V T The Books laay be viewed to the time of v Catalogues to he had at FoHowingfcbcJtfellJero Pallmall j BonH j BVo Cornhjll XS7 GlGNKR o ner and late that flic intends Carrying on witji the juTift ance ef at her for fupport of her family whetelhetopes for the con fiuuaace of their and alfures them all or i fliall be faithfully the oiji iik that part ot the Hofpital are pulling aad maqJL people fart given out that whole Clayftert were to comedown the take this method to acquaint our Jfriepdt in and public in that all part the Cloyfters between Chriii and Hofpitals ta and that there freepaflage from Smith the continuanceof their and WILLIAM CHALONERJ JOHN Taylor and JUDITH ELIZABETH ANN LUCY ant Coat ALICE Stay and Childbed Li and Childbed Linej JACOB Breeches and Fur and Cliilds Ctat Childbed Linen netware and and Ready Li Tons late ElUabeth Ayress Ha and S T A T E L O r tt NO fLyeper frdm the and fajuriix pouods from inftead ef ten norwithlbnding they at the lowelt in the greateit examined tsfoori by and at their State Lottery in tks PoUl facmgGrocersalley and were drawfi prizes of ten Viowfand pounds each m the laft and fold at this Schemes ot the Lottery given gratis j letters poftpaid duly mem of fociettjWj may depend oa theit having tlw and on the moft rea ibnable remitted for the and ftiaijlti ibon as drawn and all buiinefs with greatwft are and drawing of the Lottery wil tlie ith of CORNELYS begs leave to acquaut TriE NOBILITY and G E NT R S U B S C R I B E R to The in That tht firft Meeting will be on Thurfday the acfh of November As the politenefiofthe Gentlemen in lendr ing their Tickets to the has been found pro ducYivfi of a very difpropoctionate number oF the tat thought more Ladles who patronize the the La dies Tkketsfliall b transferable only to and Gentlemens only to Gentlemen 1 htters Trade and Finances of this lafl To the HliNTER of the Have moft carefully perufed your papers vf and this Jay irfnd muft confefs t ami perfeftty aftonimed to find no no taken by any Of corref apndents letter SCM It is but a re gard to truth hat makes me take tip my pen j for while that writefijwkh an audacioufnefs and effrontery almoft endeavours to irappfe fatftiooa on the world for it is neceflary forXojne one to fet things andadfions in their true light And as the fatiiity of the fadty ySOt mentions are known to it Ti matter of much furpiize to me that ntfonehas as yet As iio honeft man wsald thufe to gather ichas not I will to be fuch a and to bf highly offended with his coun tryman for to him with laurels he is confcious he is faid his conn tryman for althoughycftif fignshtm felf a South Briton j letter 1 clearTy theprod ac tion of a nativi of tht jJorth I fey to thatpartof the letter concerning the private aiis of and the Dike of It is cer a communicate reTpecl to the relief of the particularly Co in times of great neceflity ThatUiefe Noble have I do not deny t Many other Lords and pri vate Gentlemen have done fo and ifhas been fiiificient fatisfaStion to to hadthepieafmrf refttclibn of having communicated to relief of the poof and without proclaiming abroad their charitable Wbat your correfpondent fcy giving us a rfefcriptionof the I know Does he thinf the poffeffion of a frnis country feat aflih vijrtuei honour Lor4fript ft is Bvtt tne rtoft mateial paff of is whprenijLdrdtKp is as doing atl hit power to Pop the progteft of the rebellion in the year correfpondent bowed brae modafty he sront ftake his honour or wraciti upon the truth of tfiiff t no fayrha was bidfo tfy fen I may bttter with Lord friemUiahd 14ndw their iifpar and political have ever I know what was the condition of the Jacobite parly in Seot laadnpoA Lord to power in En I know what is thecondUtpnof at prefenti know wfiether t he for merly tit mee public manner or not and I in what meet I know who has treatedthe EngiiSi nofei a ftipercilious Iknowwbohas laid ths poifon of Lwhere heought to have laid the wifdom of I know Whous flaying one paity againft till he has tired out all And I know whofe memory will be detefted to late ft ge r All thefe Pi I was naturally led to the reflection and juft remem brance of from reading your correfpondents let ter of laft riiurfday j and as I with that I am or fcour f or have any fort of conneftipni or pronvpti tudes tathe publication of thefe but whai flows purelyfrom a general for ail man prevent their being mifled hy artful All I aim at that every character may ftand upon its own I pay no regard to profcfflons actions the true toucbftones to judge by I therefore dependon your impartiality in publishing this Your conftant Cj Letters rtciwed An Epi A Veteran Smuggler The following extraordinary demanding General Court of the EaltIndia was yefterday prefentedto the Courtof Direaorsof that and war accordingly granted for the day therein To the Honourable the Court of Qitegors ef the India Honourable the being duly agreeable to the Companys do cteflrs that a General CcAtft of the faid Company may called to meet on toft of November to con impowering you to treat with his Ma Jeftys about an application to be made to for exrendrrg time limited far the expiration Companys by a further grant of 37 and for tendering fbrtheufft of the public the territorial acquired by the Company in the after deducing all borih civil and military of upon tSe CAmpany being lowed the fain ef per jbr ten yewrs as an yearly dividend e tj Vjie 1 Proprietors on te be paniout of thVfirft yf the aid T and for inviolabjy applyingfor the aid of ten of the Companys which muft ba an num to accymulate to jthjtic prefent Capital j and for applying the nert profits the after the faid ten to be divided amongft the Proprietors the that if tfie nett pffififs of the Companys trade faid ten ffiould notbefufficientto make a to the the deficiency to be made up out ef the That by obtaining thefe paints both the Public and the Company may enjoy andlfting from which niuft otliejwife infallibly be ra of and ervrng only to andbrfng diforderintdthe Com panys our moft humble Signed by nine as the charter jt O O Yefterday ftie Right Horn the Lord Chancellor tfndecl at at for the firft time fmce arriral from 4 A the poke Firz Jaines wss at the which he introduced by theOMnt de arrivedia the Bilhop of Bath and Yellertlay tne CpnWyrEfq and the of fet out Tor Park return to they re fide at their ovVirJioiifis in tittle Warwitlc which is now reaiy fitted up for their They wrjtetioni tlint Ins Excellency Sir Jiad oixlered all tjie Dutch fertlers beyond who had anv n the ladSfehunting to evaluate srid Sttfte time Cayfed a new line to be Jby way of Delawar afldlmtiflv tfeprevent anyftiture complaiiiy oh that They from that Engliih asirl encft Cormniffaries who harl beert appointed by their reQective Courts to bring aoutan accom modattonbvtween RtpaWk and the were prepadng to rekxiwx homeV withput havingefi to iettirsfmitt Newfoundland feveral f waivhad tttefy been leen fcijnfidsrably of Anticofti in the Gulph of was gready beyond the limits ion by the articles of ttie froni ved in the The of London is loft in Man French to the weftv grmted rji Mary and E1izabethv btely ar in the ftjip from bound to been odt twenty one all in from VJftis armed ichoyner Captain a with thirty tons of which exchanged for brandy and and car riql It is thit the Navy regiftrred on the eoiHe of lus Alajeltys in the months of September will be immediately dikha 15 o o o We hear that fix months due ta the work nben pihis Majeltysfeveral docksand ropeyards to will beiffued in a few The the diiferent forts of teas remaining in hand uafoldj be J fore the arrival of this years fliips from is 1671600 6 8 The valae of teas recei veJ this year inT5lhips from is 8 Total of teas in hand Discount per Total valne ot teasnow remain ing in the Companys wnrehoufe o JBy thefe it appears that there s more than the whole amount of the Companys capital bound tip m the article of tea and now lying perifhing in their warehouses j for as this article s munageU at fhe annual tonfunipfion does pot much exceed one million one hundred thoufand Yetterday his Honour the of theRolls fat m along with the General Seal beforeiMichaeltnas term jvWfhert fcorffWp received the complimerfts of many einineiit bring his firft gearahee inCourt fince he entered upon that L On Monday next Lord Mayor will be to the Lord Chan In hogfe in accord ing to annail r Yefterday the workman began to clean and white wafh both houfes of By the new entry made to the Houfe of the old oiie is entity built and the ftairs taken away j fo that there is entry to the lubby qf the Houfe of Com mons but by the great ftairs on the and tharwhich goes through the A nrie Aiitb four floie is finifiiing at the new entry fo the houfe of Several with corp are returned from now unloading their The week before laft the Magiftrates of ia examV ing the ftateof that moft of theftals were occupied by foreftallers and that the country people had no accels to elevervof them were the Magiftrates being determined to put the laws in execution againft all engroflers of the mar We hear a cbafideirablfe grarifthis lately had threa lodged againft him on the aft of fore by meeting the drovers of Scotch cattle on the bordersv and purchasing the whole previ pus to their being brpught The number of rioters now in Gloucefter goal is 60 5 thofe who have fled their coun ttry upon this we are 400 many ofwhom have lefc wires Jffid Mrge to be maintained Ky thiir A number of counterfcert tiatf in city of BrntoC of ring well rbgy geneirairy fe fo atelargsrrirah tht truVdneSV1 and T The American Aloe at f Tooting pow in its parfirffc blpom is uriiverfolly allowed to be die HatfklfaMtvti has t Saturday night laft a moft meliinchejfr lmpenedvat TrowJbJklfej in county f of gunpowder talcing ihe of MBThomas which blew off of ypry much ttamged the and the window in feverat ofrer cideivt was owing to the of wno went into tlierooffi where the powder was kept inftead pf goiog to bed as Uis matter 3y which he was burnt Jn a terrible manner that he died iu a few hours Yeiterday abakervas can rifted before Sir at the Public Office in Bow for ling three quartern oaves of wheaten bread Vnmtiag1 in one of which was iix oanCcs of the awful which is four pounds five ounces anfl a Monday laft was convicted mas for picking the pocket of jMpj near Coventgardn and received of portation for fevrn Tuefiday the houfer of Shawner in George was broke open j but by tne ufefnl atni ing of mfide the thieves re from doing anyother than hi caking of panes of The lead work belonging to feveral iioufei in Gar moijiUe in having fcver4 uights itolftn trfo were top of the faid to the if pofliWcr The men had not long ed a fellow coining towards wlio earing turned back upon winch one the men fired at tb bat he goVf rom t4iein a in The the then whcrfcarceUthe and in a room found a reason to was jseifon fiped before tke ALij at G u i 1 d hally bat there ng pplit i ye ag aiaJ he was Yefterclay was committed to the Vrinji the Public Office in for Ki rf one Robert h been giiilty EfTex Tle laid u ihnejr on Tuefd av n gh t aGcut ekven apgljed above Bis hajMg between the no UTS ofrbur and Strifr of 40 ind a fi Iver two fefgS way men but part of his ftory apijeiriRg and not giving a fttisf he was ordered into he a con and his perfon fearched j when the watch would have fworn to been robbed in his own coat pocket he was then Go vehtgnrdtin Roundhptife for that and lodging was where a Isaded horfe piftoh was found j a brace of halls was fount in waiftcoat On his exaomiatioa yeft that he is a gardener by foldier in tfre tootguards jhat he a few days ana went out with it oi Ijorleback on Suaday morning laft upon the fcUitx an mained there between Ilford and fnrafeft3ie Sunday morningtill Tuefday wijjfcout lawful If therefore anj fltft b robbed by fuch a are diarely to Sir John fie years ot about five feet half his hair trad drened hi a brown fiiit of clqaths and leaV thec Yefterday Ann Davies was committ well by Sannders office of Rotation in fvir haU a guinea and a quarter Right Horu the Lords of have appointed to be Mafter Attendant of tiis Lately was ift Efq of county of widow of the hte aiyd filler to Sir George Arm Yefterday was Ton of of Woods to Mifs Laft Sumlav died aged ffter to Theodore Elijj of Monday died in near jft Han this A few das ngo dlid at who formerly kept V iFfc fviaje ritiesand afetufes in the hy thertp to forniances under not atiendiiig upoa any blFthe artfully drefled in liveriedfbr ftartfly anu fhe pe l psrTo is rcf othri committed therefore give tinspublic nat complaints of this kind for the they havt fitted up a large and at the firr the brW vants attending the who fqrthsAjturewiil not be admitted intoths gollery and YheyhtimMy hope that the NohiSity ni whdfe paftim iar inftancethis alteration is dirsft after them OperaW to repair to tb room provided for theii IMTSkLLiCf trvrs tin Hbtr OAltrY PAPKis Levant eitabliiiieii under ilie teftion of fate of the goods home by thtfirfl fiup which u pon hear efiablijhed rtwen in tlie Tuefdiiy Ead of down to GravefenU fale of and 4 aiket on fiic byRobert and jofcph
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