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   Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 5, 1766, London, Middlesex                                V A v M R It E T the KINGt THEATRE in the HAT i toe 8th of Novem be ito be put and no perfont dfllout whch will be deli at the faid at half a guinea each Firft Gtlfei y Second By their MAJESTIES whatsoever tobe admitted behind the nor itoto the PitandBoxes will be opened WHEREAS the old honfes in that the j Cloyfters within VIN and GOR humbly requert the Nobility and Gen to the Operas for the enfinn Jea will pleafeto pay thek fubfcnptions to SmonS Ld at It is humbly defired that the Subferibers will pleife fend to the Office of the a the of the company S their or for fuver ttdceti for the of the fo 6e delivered to each fubfcriber in proper K V L A N Sv his M A 1 B S T Company THEATRE ROYAL in COUNTRY Holland M and Mils and Mils With an Addrcfs to the by way of Boxes Pit ior the boxesto be taken of the StageD at CO V E N T G A R D E AT the THEATRE in COVBNT TtfIS PAY will be prefented KING y O H Roft by Gardner Prince i An derfon sthe by Smith i Gibfonj King of Clarke Butt Queen Vincent j iady Mifs Vincent Lady Ferguibri i Prince by Matter Wigael To which wilt be The PROCESSION from the ABBEY at the C OR O N AT Withlhe of and CsRBMpKT of the Boxes Vppei for tSeWes to be taken ptMh Sarjant bookkeetfeij at the No money tiie received at the nof any money tobe are pulling and many people have given oet jf that the whole Cloyfters were to come the takethis method tq acquaint our I friends in and the public in that all that part ef the Cloyftsrs between Chrilt andi Bartholomews Hofpitals is ta and that there is a free paflage from Newgateftrectto Smith where we hope for the continuance of thair favouis STANSBURY sfbd WILLIAM JOHN Taylor and JUDITH SUSANNAH ANN LUCY MUHne and Coat and Childbed Li nen ANN and Childbed Breeches and For Gtoven SVSANNA and Coat JANE BAT EM Childbed Linen THOMAS Hardware ad and Readymade Li nen JOHN BANNING Ayress Ha and Mil Tliree A C A U T I O Public AST Saturday night about eight infor mation was brought by three gentlemen CORN ELYS begs leave to acqdaint HE N O B I LI T Y and G T A SUBSCRIBERS to SOCIETY in That the firft Meeting will be on Tlwrioay the aoth w As the politeneftof the Gentlemen to the has been found pro ductive of a very difproportionate numberof the lat thought more by theLadies who patronize the for the La Tickets hall bi transferable only to and Gentlemens only to upqnfbme late f GKANftS 5 and oilier par 1 Vff Jl f j tnala rum That Patrktifmajeltwe mutt allow for the Grand it U oT the LATE ACMINI Witfiah tonrainifig ORIGIN At and AUTHENTIC Docv Irma et vel tlictm iafunas ri jam nan JEranvm trifasprixdpum tffogia tuuntur mis ad autum nofltt trfmit i nan erit civeiu qui le pro pa tc pofthac re AN ADDRESS te the PEOPLE of ENG the advantages arifing from the rss of With an ADDRESS office of their having been jutt robbed on which a faorfc purfuit wasimmediatelyftnt tho it did not prflve fo apprehend the yet laid an from which it appears thartluee young two of whom are fer out from Hyde park corner on Saturday fennight to rob on the highway i that during the 1 aft week they com mitted fevsral robberies and attacked fons on Hounflow and that inforhrttion of which were fent to the above arid from the ac ounts of the laid keepers from whence they bad their the oame ot the jnin cipal of thefe offenders dilcovered to be one well known ss a by the name of Tom ttrs was formerly a to in afterwards livtd about but known tv work forfbme is about 15 years of very hiiiU but fhoi wears a two curled or cut browa And as the faid Thnms wile the ftands charged on on a violent fufpicion of having commuted divers beriesWhoever will apprehend him and bring him to tins fijall receive five reward on his commitment from thence j and if ei ther ot two young men whp are fuppofed to ben drawn in by this offender will jarren der himJelf at the above and give evident flgainUhis lie will and entitled to his Persons attacked are dtfired to rice at the above and leavs Yarn at as a horfe jurfoit will be ready at warning to go to the fpot arid ttable keepers will do weu particularly careful not to let rheir hoiresont to hirjf wham they do not unlefs they others with whom they do knowj it 13 that all thefe hired without the keepers at that knowing the name or place of shede of any one of the obtained at preient of the other two is but but they are both young the oneirf a the other in his own and he in his iwn hair has a black and wears his tUld To be SOLD by A U C T 1 O the ot By SAMUEL At bis houfe in be ginning exaftly at fix THE LIBRARY CLE an lately deceafeci containing a very gbocl colleftion of BOTANICAL anil other The may be viewed to the time of Catalogues to be had at the following bookfdlers Pallmall j Bond ftreet Charingcrofs firo j near Temple bar anrt at the place of t the An KN to the loft W Of whom may be A New being with many ad ditionx and of TheHisTORr of riifc daring the years 765 Exhibiting the views of that PAR Piioe or and fuccefe which tlviSbook hath met is the ftrongeft and heft teftimoiwMjf its It has moreoyerbeen and other as well as in it is much read and An ENQUIRY the a Late Honourable The fifth Pnce EXAMINATION of the Thftfecond Price By TH E S P I S 5 of into the MERITS of the PERFORMERS be longing to NotwitUftaniSing Churchill fo lately wrote on he yet there are a number Perfomers now at who difl bebngto that HouJe at time of pubiifcing hJs 5 fuch as and j qf wliom he iwv fuch as Palmer Palmer andothers un whom his criti naa were flowed bt either an injndciW8 of or a palpable entnKntjfucU and Mifs The present expatiated largely oil each j ajtd all without runniflg into hit ot TJTIS Majefty haying been gracioufly pleafefl to appoint me jointly with Lord worthy to be Payraaltr of the Forces my feat in parliaiftent j thereby become vacant I therefore humbly in treat the honour of your vote and intereft at the affuring you of mv fteady attachment to the jaws and liberties of this and of my grafeful attention to the and profperity ot my wiio upon fo dccafions hewn lueh an affeclionate regard tt Their moft and Moft OEORGK misfonune I have met with in brealvng my plead my excufe for not making a perfonal application at TURLINGTONS BALSAM of MARTHA widow of Wiiliam and MAKY both and the late Robert invsiuor and patentee of that molt excellent rvlterf Turlingtons Original Btljam of togethe with tre laid William his late nephew arid have had the preparing this moll excellent medicine feveral no other ac quainted therewith beg leave to inform the mer aid public Li that they on the bufmeis at rhe old the near the Royal Ex whsre all perfons may of having the Onginaland Genuine Baliara of Lit as heietc N AJl others srs STATE L O T T B R THE Shares of and Shares of are fold in by HAZARD and Stock at theiv Lottery under the at their houfe inLudgate Tickets and Sharesregiltered at fix penes per and the earlisit accouirt of their lent to any of AJL hares and fold at thele offices will he with the and Hazard All kinds of Governuvent bought ani fold by A Yoniig Man who can write a good To thePRIM TKR of the Pray be fo gooj to lay the following be fore the notice of the MERC RANTS of H AT means this fufpenfion of ca lumny and detraction What hall we think is to follow this calm Is that illnature and abfurdity haveexhaufteil all their snd are now finking into their long deferred contempt and oblivion Shall we now after darknefs and dullnefs have for years covered this country with fo horrid a fuclfa palpable mij of ftupidity Shall we genius and njerit emerge from retirement into light tuid Splendor Heaven in mercy grant it fojr hifcowr the honour of the and the Jiappinefs of the has been long ftiuggling for Well we hope the time is now when ALL men hall have liberty to tHnk what and fpeak or wi ite what they will be oF ufe to the public I fay becaufe I know tliis has not hiifierto been the and that fuch wfeofe ienriments were moft likely to be of real fer vhre to the becaufe they were tem perate and uhbiafled thefe have fupprefled and witiltt fpleeoand have been Ifthen thisdefireable sera and thatpri infliience fhall no Alofe the mif they had through the examjife and authority of two or three fort of without any other valuable qualifications then we may to fee due refpect deference to the public in ail our eondaibj the otoduftions of now the fcorh may for the future give delight anrl toihen of uh Jerltanding and all over the world j from the ap the wife and thole who prefer theirTentimems to the will be excited and couraged to make their matter and their manner GRACEFUL and thus to fpread the reputa tion of their as far by their as her warriors have carried it by their That this may foon be the happy fituation of be the defire and eftdeavotir of all good lub jefts in thetr federal ftations for this reafonj the t writer craves leave to obferve that it de pends only on one thing to render the national cha rafter compleat which and fhe com merce ef ihftead of being4nfluericed folely by fn and may pxit on the right prin ciple of pujllc utility and benefit j and as a proper preparative to it will be effehfially the body of Merchants flioulddifcovier and dt raonftrate thfeir andf to thofe mmfitrs to whom they owe the pcfliflio fitch as the late treaty of peace has Jeft at leaft by thanks and approbation of their Which goodand virtuous men efteern infi nitely beyond any other therefore aU advantage of all the wifiiom i of lawsj and many times per unleft andproperly exerted i this induced Lord ibatoptimus ma gtftratutjrafitioptima The belt magiftrate or miaiftertiat can be is better than the beft law or conftitution that can be We cannot then be too zealous and adlive in by all poCtble our fenife the merit of thofe who feiTed their couotry and mankind be a hini appear in what flate or quarterof the world he a bleffiag to huma nity as one of a contrary is a fcourge and a dreadful For ogent and many more that might be were it at this important tyg of infamy or it is riot at all doubted but that the merchants of Lon don as one unite in promoting aadvcarrytnginto immediate execution the which is moft arFefrionately fubniitted to their by a member of their who has no other inducement to offer hi fentiments on this than a fincere regard for the credit tf country in and that of this profYffion in which now labours under the charge of IN or what is ft Itiiimororievous iin of the i addrefs prefented in their names on the conclufion I of the which was ob cribing to thofe that in power the merit of tlie fer vices rendered by others It is therefore imtifpenfabV incumbent on in rltiry to the KiaigJ their and to embrace the opportunity that now offers by which majeffciVjaily remove that and vindicate their injured fepit The means prdpofed fur that pnrpoie are To prefent fpyaiemewfly artd dutiful and loyal addrefs to his Majefty containing thS waraieft and moft fineere sfiurances of attachment and founded in gratitude for his regard and attenfon to the irf tereft and of al his fubjeftsJ And Tolay zt feet their moft ccrdial ind humble acknowledgments of his paternal in the liis Mfljsfty pracioufly pleafed to givg his people ff his eJcfire to promote rfrer by and redorinp to tie public is the fbri of thfe Right WiHiarn Pirt Eii 1 a Mfnifter whofe dilintereihd and under the favour of by conveying and ditruling a portion of his Majeftys magnani nnd that vf his royal througrl the officers 2nd inen his Sects ard ar and as mci as iriro all and profefiions of liis fts lAv vaifedthe tion and exfended the rcfpeft of the Jriiiili to a degree beyond example in the of or it may b fviifcly Our late revered of hapy me wascalltri to Heaven on the point of rcacfa ing thi funirtiit of Earthly And as a proper fupplement to the foregoing it is with all convfnitnt ljecii after to exprefs and perpetuate ferife they re tain of the benefits derived to the rJahow froAi thft virtue and public fpiiit of the grtAt an9 nifter by KKftvue in marble in the middle of the RpiisJ kxcbtiage now Hands thit of which may placed in the niche the entfaftre ths being fuppofedtobe under the eyes of furifier will emphatically fhew future aU the glory and luttre of tiir reigns Itperd on the choice they make of their Minifters and if fuffer incapable to land between thera theJr all their own though ercr fo ex will be and riHguifed j Ib that till thefe obftades be the the Princes will be the be nefit thereof fcft to Thefe hints hive been already opened to fcvaral gen who were to hcm nnd the writer would have offered them imnfelf to the notice of but ns he is only a politician by accident and for his and has no privats jmrpofs to he prefers thi public mtthotl of his depending their re ception on the fandOjijr and gaod fenfe vt the body to whom tliey are aditrtfii d j noc tht he is aftiamcd of the attention he has beftowed on this for he efteems true next to the objecl that can engage the mind I To PHI LO PAUPER T is eafy to demonrtratc frosn the fnial number of arnidit all OIT pomp and fhow of affluence in thefegrent cit marriage is in a lan At the ftme ledge in theory thnt it is the foundation of political the cement of anrf the belt tie fence of the purity rcquieJ by our Were we tc judge from hs numberof fingfe per form of different ranks tit fur marrinje within the Circle pf a large one mighf almcftcon that this alliance of feXfs is corirrary to thepolicy That concubi nage and promifcuous commerce are notrepugn 3nt to the law of Chrift that the wafte of the flower of a naviort by diftafe or cr their decay by profligate are agreeable to our political When Auguftus complained to young pf Rome of their neglect of he reminded them that thfy were doing every tiling in their power to ruirrtheir country and nothing can he more ap than the injury created by of this kindj more fatal than the ctutoais and manners of a people wrien they operafe fo as to create a re pugnance to the alliance of the Sir William if I treats courtfhip after the age of forty if not But fnrdy an indifcriminate determina tion on this head is Seine njen are old at young at wiiilfi inclination ana facial sirrVclion branch out the ub jecl beyond In the fame manner wife men never if it that if they not mirry in the melt proper they fhould con fider well how they at there in But if it denies or Virtue to be nuns fu prerne then k is and this pre tended apothegm is hut an of the con tempt of and of th lavs vviiich exceed mans wlntevor Ivu pvisie or polity lead him to a free tue of member of tlie cfiiiimnrty ways berths national he of pof the ndage men marry rer if it that if they do When righUy inter woven it only the nleafure of we ar clcing that will iiinke othsrs alpoliticil re not en facial ferve oijly to render us contemptible in the fight of thofe who walk in the paiha wiiich God and have poinred But to draw argument from I sm to the clniileningswere To make tiiis we are to ftirpofe as many mar qf as might   

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