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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 4, 1766, London, Middlesex jV A JJL T the THEATRE In the BAT TjUli Se 4lb of ilfic ftveral celebrated With new atld new Pit and to be put and no perfoni without wbch will be deli at the faid at half a guinea FirftOayery Second Gallery oy tkeir M A IE S TIE 8 perfon be admitted behind the the wiB opened at five r an hour after fix oclock Vlvapt Rex and the Nobility and Gen f V f Charing N It U humbly defiwd that the Subftribcrs to to fend OfBoe the laid ef the names of the company ttelr fiver tickets the firttftiffatt the to be delivered to each proper D R U R Y L A N By hit M A T E S T Ys fHBATRB ROYAL m DRURY j THIS DAY wilt be prefented A M E R L AN Havard j Packer j Rranlby j Powell With the In aft the Original Song of O Gentle bv With OU E E N M A Pit Tii ft Upper is the taxes to betaken of at the C6VSE H f AT the THfeATHE in COVENT T A E R L A N Sparks M6 Smith Davis Gardner With the Ufuai Prologue atid the Origi nal To tbee O Gentle Tu which will be The ROYAL C H A C E 5 Gr Boxes Pit Firft toner for to be taken Sarjanl at the Mo money to received at the nor any money to be returned j T the Lrr TIE THXATUB in the HAVMAR To twine Wedneftlay the sth of Signor PLAClDOt arrived from abroad will exhibit VARIETY Merer attempted by other Singing by Keen and Vaulting on theflatkrqrpeby Signer GaitatroaM Si MOT Sto Basbing oj Miftf erci and Mils Tumbling bySignor andv Sgnor Dancing on the tight rope by Mifii Master Sigftor Signora Signor andSignor Signor Ferci wilFjump over the gar ter on the tight With feverai of tivity never teen in England and variety of new He a tailbits the molt furpnfihg diverting per fomaBcesi he and turns on rope with pole t he balancet Yarious and a wheelbarrow with a dag in it wi the with and without the pote vauUsand turuis the Catherinewheel on the flack This animal is the moft iito of the kind ever and given has The Whole to conclude with a hornpipe by Mifs Gallery The doors to be opened at it half hour after Vivant Kex To places at Oe Office of tp and from three to feven in Ike ttUhuAwy requelUd that the who take wiH fend their femnts No raqney to be retained Curtain it drawn S T A T B L a T T E R five per dfldbfted from tha hires of tenf facing and drawn priteir of ihotifimd Brands each in the lift exd fe4d atthjj Schemttoi giten gratis and mem bers of may depend on their haying their mfi on the moft rea ianafale and money remitted them for the as toon at drawn tranfafted with the grettelt and The drawing of the Lottery wil y the itb of I U 1 A T iO at which are aw al ready for the reception of who gene the ftoaU b favourably j as to be never 0 and are afble to return horne To extend the benefit of this falu ftydiftt a plan is now by which perfpnt e and provided with every for or five acr And any jirous of having a nuthber of 01 inoculated at thnr ha may hKve it done at the iiaalleft expencc may he knownby or nerfonal toMr atCheHeaj in Lincolnsiruxfields j or at fhc wy froin three to C OR N ELYS begs kave to acqaaiwt N O B I L IT Y end G E W T R SUBS C R I a E S to SOCIETY in Thattbefirft Meeting will be the 2cth As the poljtenefsof the Gentlemen in lend ing Aeir Tickets rp the found pro doftive ota veiy of ter i tis thought more era by the Ladies who patronise the dies Tickets hall be transferable to and Geatlemens only to Flrom thePOL tf T H B G A z r T B RAND I NEWDAJLY AavERTisEn through bos lately misnt tf detecting Ib many ati4of ap 1 J fo many 4hat it In give THIS PVBHUIC That for tin wftf bt coaftaatly infertei in THIS FAPBIL mdij 4UCH INFORMATIONS on pwjperiy ottttultd tt by OR SECONBHAKn voll4feapt tfrttutttj ifALL jMke uieof the Ante paper to advertife their iofet D I N art far i 9ftkii paper EmbeUifiied a beatttiful of Henry Saint John Lttrd a UottbWeft view of THE UNIVE RSAL MUSEUM and COM PLETE et KNOWLEDGE and for Prinfed for Payae Paternofter Of whom may be tiad comjueteTetts for thei laft BOOICS printed1 for T enple TJTSHOP SHERLOCKS preached n the TempJe beau tifully printed on a one 8vo third and fourth volumes be had feparate at each Copperplate Prjuat of fltftiop eagoawsd by from an original painting price Dean Difcourfes on Judg and a future The Chriitiaiii Defence againft the feajfs of 8vo fey a 7 Falhef and qn and translated by loCJtiJfc 3 Chriftianity en 4 his Paraphtafes on Paulj KAfiNi WJftory of ontinuattofl 6CoIkftton of revifed by z vOttt Ofatio tin Theatro SkeWonumo habita L ii B dedlcationes Bibliotheca OratiUncUla habita tn Conrocationis die The by i Dfr of the Eaghfli Lan s fbU a new edition and 4 A New and Coiaplete Difiionary of and in 4 A New and GeMwl Biographical DLdUaaaryt The trth AunwoRTHs and French and ALT tR is Italian and menred by MARTTNS Esrglifh tnaduciioato and in three partSj KENNETS Roniart PAINES Builders Pocket TrkaGi ain ALMfiut The Theory of A The Maxchionefs of Lamberts a tratulateWfejttt traiflflated a new RussztsDHl tlft TheCurfefities of is worthy jaf Obftrvatton with the manner of DvlJKs or Com plete for a large pair of witi an Indexior engjaved onSVelarge prfce or any iingle print isi DWSNS thePla The PlateGlaft Book and CompleteAp Mew Araufementi of the German a Female or the Art bT hy and Horfemans Completo WHREIKHS and Jerdiwrs New giving an accurate accdurit vir the ieVfral with the whole prafticeof HAR Introdufion to Vtitgar Ufrfui Family wrth f Undone pound paid fofthe chantt of d bound than at any rtd fix pdnnds is faid in gerreral and to in dftaH cthejt tickets are foUiwg at tlje Vhs greateft va in and regiftered and ex amined 1f at his St iri nearLonvbarcUiireet Harm i A goldbeaters over the door blanks to a Thebianks and prizes ta be tnnsferrable annuities at the Bank of Eng threfe per per Arty of tickets at the1 Ipweft and Somh with their e veral India Navy and Victual ling and all of Qovecnmeat bought and old The Lottery be drawing on Monday the ith of All letters from town or country jwll paid duly public are defired to that I am removed from my late Office in and ijimve nq ENTLEMEN who chuft to be fumilh d with cloaths may harethem on the follow ing Frock fuits of luperfine middle tjireeiwts for and otherwise a fur afmall middle furtouts ditto of baize belt cottonvelvet breeches dftto fourthread worfted a frock fuit of with hac there wants room to particularize plenft to obferve I equally As theaWoiM may caufe fame to fylpedt ihe the goods Vit u therefore need ful to urgetn my a twofold evidence of the being conRdeut my are if completCj cannot expeSHhe future commands of taofe gentle men who hsd no other inducement to employ me and as a good Character is an efTential to my future as to thole prices are it will ever be the intereft and to that humble F O R Grays STATE LOTTE TJ ICHARDS and at their Old Lottery next to the CroisKcys Mol beg leave to that they take nocleduttion whatever from mates of tickets fold at thispnice and no five nyr ten from the chances by wiffejfcfcntire new the mod allperfons who pur chafe ef pau feverai mwe for only a twenty pound and on the hrgeit prizes up wards of Lottery aud are felling variety of at in and and paid as fopn thji Lottery given gratis and all letters Kegns drawing the of Navember Four blanks ihe maife exad and Regjftsr Books j and all relating to the with ths greajfeft honour I rau JTTI fbtafday next ivifl be By jCtARSLYr at m a EXAMINATION into the Merits bfalj thePERFoaMERS wotwithftaiiding Churchill fo lately wrote on the yet there are a number of Perfomers now who did not belong to that Houfe at the tiime of publiiving his Rofcindj fuch as Barry Abingdon of whom he little or no fiidi as Palmer and Palmer i and others on whom his criti cifins were univerfally allowed to bi either direfted by an injudicious excefs of or a palpable fuch as and Mifs pre ent hascxpatiated krgely on each and he all running iato bis pre judices or Ihit dtuit price ANEW PRACTICAL ESSAY on An account of the ana different A detail of ioral of commonly called ra Or A defcription the ce niediespropofed by fome as but found to or ineffectual with remarks efHca only Bretliotl ef and confirmed by To which is flAfa a more and efficacious me adniiniftring O W Printed for the author fold by The Doftpr may he consulted in fnhirrous d diibrdert every from twelve to at his houfe in Pic liberations oh and Con ade andFinances of King to bit Friendly Ad Was thefe few days made acquainted with your Letter of in the Gazetteer the of September how much Ihave profited by you will fee by pernfing the following To give good and it is not in every ones at Ualtitdoes not feem to be if ere is to by this fpecimeii uf your that Scurrility is a certain indicati and a bad cauiev it wotdd your purpofeto have toftituteV of allow that J Ipoke f her Freeholders biit I a juftify the fevereft jftiackf riiteiriery Memorable the lae for fp ly rtiy miml of without invalidating thofe arguments CD c redly founded You chargeme with aimrng at pppufarityiwhai an unaccountable anonymous au thor of a lettsr rity were what ever yours werein t out gaedqf m the reafoh up the to my countryriien on the put c the and ex portation oft gracious Proclamation an intefpolition which ought to be every oiiig has the Ipkftfpark of hat has forthe proTpedtyofluj CQUntrysior wifties to fee Fpr tnotfeh egttaot be againft thofc twogreatiburciSJctfcUr prefesfena tional the convcYiiiig our ArWirt to and the latter di aiuing us of euf cenw till the vfrant ofit at home is equalled with tlut fif the moftdiftrefled country in The great and confiant demand for in foreign certainly ctcJipned more land to be employed In tillage conference of which has proved a decreafe in bieeti of andan increafein the price of aU kinds to the prejudice of and the great dimit nuion of As far tken as circiimftarices have been of by the bounty granted on the exportation of0cSrn f fuch bounty may fo in myhumble without any great not hecalled a but a Contribution operating iri the moft aefthittive and Undermining thit trade in it is beneficial to the and indffeient itscortf fequervces to the intrreltof the eVen in this cafe the exprefiion might hae But as you yourfelf allow the exportation pffcofn t have been ihjuriaxj ro tiie nationi one might ably conclude that a harflier word than Centributim would have been more agreeable As therefore muft eventually ha its fliare of and as you concur with me in my fentlments of the you can no longer be how inay M in common with the other to have laldtte nation under this heavy in anfwer to explain to you liow the gentlemen have luui theiriliare of I hall proceed to rny reafbns for not fubjecl quite to the pur pofe It Is to repeat the iue msrabbs Addrels oft Freeholders of JihaCounty of to thir Meinbfirt fora reduction of the Land Taxi the abfurdiies of it were too ring to efcape and ing topafs oppofiiion to I urged the in the price of every produce of die whejeby the landed men had been enabled tonear double the rents tlieir eftates and pointed out the bounty on the ex portation of corn as tliatliad been emi nently fuccefiful iu kuthciHig that impm tant In this fuperficial view of the the mention of the Coin bill feems rtafuiayytohaveiaiiren out of the lubjsa But when it further coMdered that the Bountymcney rers rolls of our gentry have been fo glorioufly is a conplwneut paid general tathe landed jntereft in it allowed to have been introducedwith as an argument againit having part of rite national burden taken from the landed imereft which oflafe has made fuch alarming advances arid laid upon our trade and reduced to deplo jable pitch by th6 fapofls thefe landed gentlemen have alrtadj laid itpori them in thp ad vanced price of It njatterof doubt with me whether the produced by the preiesf Land eftimating it at miiliorw U fufficienteven to pay tke very iniereft of tlx maoy millions have been kept back from tlie Sinking Fund by the Corn Shouldthis appealto be the think the Land cannojtib proper ly be called a and may flriclJy be faid at this moment to pay nothing to the national Ought then the Land Tax be reduced ought part of the intsxeft of this Loan to be remitted The produce of the land may be fafeJy eftimated millions per at as it now fells this produce has advanced onethwa part in price within thefe twenty being clear gain of twenty millions a year to the landed The increafe of taxes may be pleaded in excufe for fuch but as the intereft ofthe national debt amounfs but to about five any argu ment drawn from that quarter muftbeftrangelyde Ought not thsn the Land Tax to bead vanced As to ray fentiments of the Ad they are now exaaiy the fame as hotwithftanding your fuperexcejlent lam appreiienfiye that were you fdinuGi to ex ert your nay even to make nfeof xtrhlie yon would find jt difiicult tc perJtnde one in a ro commiiwate tiw prefent hard cafe of the hmdevd to think it reaionable in the prefcnt csrcumttinces of tbenation to have a millicn a yea and levied to tie cxlenfion of our ExvUs the greater obftruv
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