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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 3, 1766, London, Middlesex fttJy be wifl be by r With new DaawSi new j Pit and Boxes to be put ana no perfons to be admitted without ttclf will be deli Vered at the fcid Office at half a guinea Firft By theirf M AJ E S TI 8 vhatbever to be admitted behind the IJhe Pit andjioxes Will be opened at five To beg in at half an baur after fix oclock Vivant Rex CRAWFORDi and G0R humbly requeft the Nobility and to the Operas for the eofuihg fea pleaTeto pay their fiibferiptions to Drummend and art Chafing It is humbly daCred that the Subftriben ife fte witt pleafe to fend to the Office the faid a lift of the of the company fcheif or for liver tickets for the reaHng of to be delivered to each time Rf TT K Y L A N By hU iVf A J E S T AT THEATRE ROYAL in DXXJRY THIS DAY will be presented COUNTRY G Altered froni WVCBERLBYS CdtfkTRY principal parts by t Matter and an Addrefs the by way of by the Coujitry Witfe OjiJ E E M A Pit Upper ftacac tor the to be taken of at O V E N T A R D E THEATRE in COVNT QAnisBtt THIS DAY will be pcereoted K I NG J O H King Rofs by Gardner 5 Prince Smith An derfon thewattairdiIsy Swithj of Clarice JfifHoll J Walkef Qtfeen Lady j Jtady Pjince byi f which will be adidedi s TheTROCESSION from the ABBpY at the t Q ft A T I O With the fteprefentatldn of sfnd thp of A Tihe in HAYMAR THiS hetng Misinaay of Signer PLACIDOs Cbnapaiiy ar riVedfiHJm abroad will exhibit VARIBTY ol HEW and Signor Signor Sigftora SijfOor arid Signor flack furrbuuaed by ftveml feats of never feeh in Bftgland and va nety 0f new alia a TVlonkey 1 that txhibits tho moft TurprhtHgartd livening per fbrmaiicei be ahd rurMiibaiUt on the night rope whh the pole he wallwi balances varioin and rolls a wheelljarfor with dog in it en the with and without the he vaults and turns tiie Katherihewheel oh the flack rope This animal is the moft afto Biibirig of the kind ever and has givenge aerai Utisfaftion wherever he hfcs The whole to conclude with a hornpipe by Mifs Callerv The doors to be opened at and begin at half hour after fix Vivant Rex places to betaken at EC of fromaine to and tjjreeto feveu in the It is humbly that the who take win fend their fervahts by five No money to be returned after the curtain is iiitt oftbt United Partfbtj of Faith LADIES Votes aud Inter eft are raofthoinbly drr F fired for i Ti M O T ft Y S M A R To beyoiir I flitter fitould I befo happy as to be I feaHflways make it my itodyto dife Charge the a conltantand perFpna and ferving my ap in oat wfe I am faerf I lay neeeffity of ac foaintfhg my that one caadidatSpBTis been mean enough to had decfttfid iftg acandidate any t D i I H B tJ T TUST a at tie Knglira butter rthe fame jnlibe 1 continued importing to the above warelwufe 4l and the convenience of private famitot will bopat from eight to twenty apanv which will keep it good TO the The f rices are follows t The beft at at 4md per and frnt to put tawYt ejtpehce to tW buyer j with allother fcrts of Eogllh butter ahd cheele at the All orders 5y letter will be duly complied with as feon as ppfTibiei M Bii4 iWiv i J iag their to the of a very djlprcportiottate numberof tbelat tis thougbtteow by r patronize fojr the La Tickets pnry to f C To be A U C T I On Jfoyembey the By S LB A K E Ri s i At his houfe in be ginningjexaftly atro HE LIBKARY of Mr BENJAMIN CJuE an eminent Nwfefyman at lately deceafed contaimhg a Very good ef BOTANICAL and other The may to the tiraffof Catalogues to at eTiefollbwtng bookfellarsi j ftrect Charingcrofs CornhiJi Templebar at the place of Itu Hey u frite Emoellifhed with a beautiful fcngravinej of Henry Saint John Lord and a view of the Tower of THE PL3ETE MAGAZINE KNOWLEDGE ami Printed for Payne in Of wham may be had complete etts for the laft and H 0 T MO L I The T HI R T HOG AR T H Containing Ithe POUR PLATES of the large weft two dieets of Sold by S the corner of tkeNewChurh in the Strand Corbould and in Lombard ftreet j by bookfeUers md print fellers in f own and country and at Where may be had the uit numbers aiCj but bf but will be republiflved in f HAN WAYtA letters to Ah extraordinary pf a To the PR IN of the of propriety ot his conduct admini pertifed great but when upn the IVcoiid part of to riMMBh which guichdy his tBp preceding Tft the1 it both his intereft and endeavour to reprefent Truth iiv faireft coloursj in the laft it njuch hisftiidy fo it jhrw the influence on which he his even thofe moft are iadifputably right maxinufor tjiis But it does not foUow ceflbrsafted again ing contrary to tfcular the imprudent oWigfd fnc ifltn1iih aft leaft To his tioh above tbish fluently the muft lie J T ptie the raitingthe tfuryTo muat as mall encrejfe the on each houfe the value of windows if inftead of per houfes of feven the duty then the wholeduty on fuch htiufe imtead of is and iieencretftjthevallfe of one window Of on hoiafes of eight threefarthings will tif apd fo throughout the This additional duty will Hill be nuch eafier to houfekeepers than the old tax f r 10 windows paid So that vve fee the objection of the author extends enly to the firft which under former mode of wipdow tax was equally But it can fcarcely prove that the propofed tax will be fo greatly deficient J the houfes of feven windows will produce and thpfe of j6 and will produce by the additional upon tlem j thofe of 25 vill pjto duce 1060 by the additional laid on them wifej all which firms above more than tbe whole ium this raifeti by three of the clafles there is to in order the which may arife iii the remaining reducYiPn of the number of for thofe they cannoiT eafily rritjch reduction frr of thofe having Jloufts of willfliut upone to fave fijch a trifle a tltofehoufts of being pi ff fled by raea of for few of them wilj hut or more to fave a few fhiilings So that a great probability that the will hot be much if at s I mail on houfes are furtft meuns of the laud I meantheft who are real hdlders of andnoj that baitard race of whopof fers only a houfe and garden j for fuch a tax niuft be piid man who has a lioufe over tftat isbyiHonied men and equally with the lahdKftldm Neither a1 tax at the long even that haftard race of what the au taxis bprnjfr land it mult be evident to all that a tax on hqufes miift at length upon the For areoea they mult have houfes1 biif nobody will repabohfj or build new fenXwifl aiiiwer the perices of Men wilt thirefore be forced to as jrepairsand tftvSnts muftrepair for J tax houfes ifluft fettle ultimately en the tienant ahd it js drily doling of thatit is actually bbrnei though atother times norpiitajlly pid by the It innft be that the number of win dows is a yeijr meafureof the value of houfes Itwer better rlieh that a new valuation in tne and the windowtax entirely jibplifliedj be popular of being taxed for the the hasfo many cies The greaterproduce oj fuch a new valuation would abundantly repay the expehce LV ahij bftlfe hew atfeffmehtj a fljare be affect the we eafe with upon Ae landed nor trading inti Igfltb and bid withttljty as Be paid irefqre the by the The tMjanHikewifo iitble to hVvefyis propor tipiv or he Ve a vender of as has tuten in former in 1 fdreafiflgail indhplders j is ini yafri to talk of taj withput N E T Amator FW tbe f Efq irittead of be advanced of the Militatf de thiikingdom yAnd from aflu places may beheid without being a prefthtSurveyor of theOrd isijie firft from the nature of the Office who tlie Houfe of From the L O N DON G A Z E T T On Saturday the iStli Dennurklandedflt AJtona and it is tptdjefcmbe tfeecrowts of well and in every ftreet wias to waiting to boats i Danifh and Britifli as were both at Al Ojx accoimt of tbe tide her did notgat into her barge at till it a new onefinely orna built by the city IJamburgh on pur approach to Alfooa by the frequent discharges of 19 Uie riverVand as icon as me camein fight cf Muted the A quarter ot an hour bo the Baron de jStailtboldher the DutcJes of Scfwick and IIol fteuijhandedllie Grande Madame dePltiiek followed by the Maids of her down to theLuidge pwparr rojal was cojerrd LM It was paft fix oclock when laodedV ThS e Ifted witbiStf and by Ktfed i another m6 ere6ted dppoStp toXhe where herrMajeJJty being were immediately prefented tt her i after jwfrcu her iWaijefty fupped in On Sunday morryng Qheenwentto churcht at hef return there wMadr all tbe Foreign Minifteii Kere vrtrritatio duced to her were the permriesftvoi city of Aft iMintttg ip about four of the dock hy ail thtf and by tjieFnglifh Hahoverisft paffed through the principal ttrtets precedid 6y a Irige detdcnmcnt of Hanibuigly Ora well as by theDamlh herSiajelW s both At her entry d discharge the cannon tipon the ramparts The Baron at ths liead of had thehoikulMX faiure her Ma jtftyas 31 her Ma eltys returni found the ciry finely il being r MKjtfty had a toreotive arPeputariofi of fourMembers tJie to her her srrjva teri oclock next heaMsjdly let ottito pro ceed on her journey to B A N K U T Si Robert of London j aid to Itmender on the ijth arid iqth and ijih of Dscembeij at ten in theforenoon ro on at ten in die en the i iitfi at four ami rjthdf Decem at the at GuijdhsBj NiehollSj in tbfe of tj furremjer oa firli ijrh of at five in the at Heniy and Ijqnel the la merchants and to fuirender the and i7th an J i jth of fotfr ia the at William of tbe city to on the and iftii of at tbe at the Nags Head hi Days appointed for making the diviitit fftatef to his Benjamin of the city of in the county of rornfaelof and ran ho1derj on the at five st Joho late of in the parifh of in the county of dwler and chap on theud at five in the at T Samuel of near Clarerrar in the county of dea ler and the 6th of at four ia tne at David of and of twtlyff at the lafe of Long in thpcouniy cf of at four in tie at to be allowec to Sanh Weltall and James now or late of bra dealers and on or before the aad of November John Cockle and James tht city of or before the izd of November L O N D O Friday fome of great importance were to be received by the Grantliam from hisMajelty V s and Com manders in Chief in the Weft Serjeant Hewit is appointed one of the Judges in the Court of K in the room of Lcrd Chief Juflice It faid that James Efqj Member for will be appointed Joint Polt Mafter neral With Lord A nable perfpuage in one of the Iiiaheft hat absolutely forbid all cards of or com phmentary during the time is attending his being determined then to apply to OnThurfday next the Duke of Grafton will have a grand before the meeting of This day the Right Seymour Efq houfs inPall to his houfe in Little Saturday the nephew of Lord Jet out for Paris it is faid itc over fome difpntclies of importance to that Saturday arrivedi at his houfe in StVjamess Sir Charles athii houfe in Sir Ed ward Knight of the Saturday arrived in town from his feat in Extraff of aleHerfiem A Notary of the whj iome years ago quitted his and introduced ufelul uerfpninto the houfe pf the Bironefs de re lift of de Counfeilor of the Gieac ber of the Parliament of bejrig con vidted of having the mind of lady againft ler and even her only fha difioheritedj whilft the artful knave got the chief part of her property made Over to him uy fratidulert was d a few days by an ar ret of the Chamber of to Hand at tJje Carcaa for three days to bewhipped and and afterwards fent to the galiies for life and all the coatrafls in liis favour fmce the year are as donations de Concu bine u He luffered thtpuniflunen of whip ping and branding the bsJare yeitenlay at thd They write frcfft thai fome merchants there have an fitting With UK a tiiirry to to Bengal and on the coart ot Coromamlel j anci it as thought it would fail fome time nejit monh Letters from dated October fiv Le ueajy renewed between this mniklicU and Urn Gt all our veOels hftve e dapaaqea but Reif
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