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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 6, 1766, London, Middlesex Y R K E KlNOif THEATRE in Saturday of 6e Serious GRAND Ttte MtcfidI compofSd by feveral celebrated Com With new new and new nS Boxes to be put no to fe be at the Krlt Gallery Second their fa Ajl I S TIE 8 rferfon wbstfoever to admitted behind the nof Uto the Pit will opened at five an fix oclock Vivant Rex and fo o the to jtoyjfiSr4 humbly tbait the to tottn4to the Office of the a rf tbecomply tb or for toeach r in Y t A N S T Y C AT tJie THEATER O V N T G I from COUNTRY Tlie principal by Cau MaHer and i jin Addrjpfi to the by way of by the Country GitL E E MA Pit Upper for the boxes to rakcft of at the 6 V EN T G A R D E AT the THEATRE in COVENT THIS DAY will be prefented The M A D the Lord Sir Syca Shuterj Beard Pairfteld GiteTja Lady PiU Mifs Poitrerj wUlbe The A P K E N T 1 C j Garglet kfri Anderfon by Boxes Upper Sat1 to faftaken o at the SUgedorir No received at the nor aof money to be refurned after the is diawn up C 0 NEXYS begs leave to acquaint fTpHE NOB I TV and J tf B S C K I B E K b The SOCIETY at the firft Meeting mil be on ThiirfcUy the JL Aithe the Gentlemen m lend ing their Tickets to the has been found pro jitSiye very dHproportionate the lat tis thought more by the who patromae the for the La dies Tickets hall be transferable only to and only to T theLITTLE THEATRE in tne HAYMAR being Friday the yth of Signer PLACIDOs Company fjuft ar jriiredfrom exhibit VARIETY of NEW Never attempted by other Singing by Keen and Vaulting en the flick rope by Signor Gajtanoand Siznor Spi DanCmg by Mid Ferci and Mils Tumblvngby Signor and Jfignor Dancing on the tight rope by Mifs Matter Signor Spmacutaj Signor Signora Signor and Signor Placido SignorSpinacutawilTdance with baiketstied to his and with a board oh the tight With feveral feats of activity never feen in England and variety of new He allo has a MOJI key thatexhibits the moffjfurpriHnjf and divertingper formaHCes lie danceit qnd rums abeut on tiglit robe with the poje he balances and rolls a wheelbarrow with a dog in it the with and without the poie turns theKatherinewheel on the flack to This animal is the molt afto tuuung of ever and has given ge neral he has Tiie whole to with a hornpipe by Mifs Gallery The doors tithe opened at and begin at half M hour fix Rex prevent iniftakesj be taken at 4he Office of the fromniae to Itis humbly requetted who take wfl fejiJ fervants by five No money to be returned ajter the curtain is drawn up J of a o LANS K 1 EXAMINATION into the MERITS all PERFORMtus belonging to e Churchill fo lately wrote on the Staged number of Perfomers now at difjnot belbiig to that fioufe at tte time of liis Rotcifd fuch as Mr Mrs of whom he or no fuch and raitncr athers on whomhis criti Ofms allowed either diretted iiitttdkapus excefs of or a palpable as Yates ml Mifs Vhurcbiirs without oe tnoo has expatiated largely all wto bis pre To be S O L D by A U C T I THIS to begin ekacly at fix THE LIBRARY of an eminent Nurferyman and Ifle latejvdeceafed a very leftion ef BbrxtriCAL By SA M V E L BA K E Book At his hucfe in CoventgSiiienl Catalogues to be had at the of 5 fiitU LAW BUOKS prmfedtor Flre DACONs New TiE the fccond The fi volume may be had io The ipth volumes may be had HORSEMANS Precedents in com a WOODS Inftitutes pf the jthi enlarged by of one additional by a JACOBS New Law 8th with large Complete Court or Land Srew ards 6th The A ttprney Practice tfie Court of Kings the 4X0 i i in the Court of Com roon the jd Lord Chief Baron ILBERTS Law of Evi xd Law of Execu i i Hiftory and Praifticeof the High Cottrt of Chan i Cafes in Law and 1 he Lawyers Attorneys and SoUicitors Umverfal LibiTtfyv The CterEs Jnftruflor in the Praftice of the Court of Beach Cqnimon revifed and confiderably augmented ky Orders and of tlve Hbufe of relating to their of The id edition Reirarts and Cafes of iTaSHce in Court of Common in the reigns of Qyeea King George 1 andKmgGeprgs Together and Ja he laid from the 35th and the Kings Beiireh from the sd ot King James By the late Sir 8vo 1 The Under Sheriff containing the office jnd duty of Precedents of arid Writs in rhe Kmgs Bench and Commba InltrucYions iue irig out price 1 Tlie Voujig containing a theniolt relating to pub lic edition with confidera ble A Sock of the Hand engraved on fix copperplat price Digeft of the Libes j con taining all the refoltiVionsujj books ou the ub and many mmufciipt The Laws Gaming Jockey A Complete Sett the Journals of the Houfe Jwmmops to the en4 of lalt 31 halfbound and Is Crjfee THE cqmmittecfor tle luiTrcrs hy at Mon treal having confiderei that which his Mijelty has been gracioiifly plea fed to giant in favour of the faid is now dipsri d over the and has been already read in many think it proper to puhlua the following made to the with a detail of the cate And flatter themselves that the clergy will expedite the bufinefs with all convenient as the earlier are the greater the charity j Record ing to the jftyle of it commences frora the grant of td of July as ibon as it can be aid and REVEREND Inclefed we fend you a brief on behalf of the fuf by which we particularly re gueft youwill be plea fed to read as foon as in order to ourfpeedy knowledge of the which is of great confequence te You wil fee how miich diey arereai in tbe view of ligion and as well as nationaj com mere al Thougli tijjefe Canadians fhould remain in the faith in which tiiey were bred their fentiments of and tjieir opinion of us will of in woportion as we to that benevolent fpirit which the Chriltian religion iu its purell We ought therefore to xmite them to us by the bonds of a true Chriftian fpiiit that as ant fellow we may promote ajultfenfe ot ra tional liberty among them whillt theconlideiatioh of thepurfujtofhappiuefs in our refpeclive wil open tt us a profpecl of that EveflaiKng Felicity wlnchis promifedto the followers of our common Lord and who wil one diy judge the wliole As a people whofe empire is fo widely and whofe from motives of in are is presumed our lenti ments will OM in propor tion to the diltreft which is recommended wirti fuch benignity by the and which the brief is meant to Without amufing ourfelves with fond conceits vipon the eonapAriionwith other na eurs long reirowned for the exercife of generality to when inactual war j and it is that Heaven has befriended pur in grofound when the focial afrecTrions are furely not the lefs we are cilied upon to exert the fame noble and generous turn of mind and to fliow our concern for thofe who are no longer and havelately fufFured fo by as weJ 2 by Theie Canadians now profefe the crown of thefe and give ftfongeft evi dence that they aM fully puipofed to acquit them ielyes as the belt of They are much diftiu guilhed for valour in the arnl not Jefs for obe dience to civil Their of and funplicity of tew to exceed thofcof European nations and as we ought re feel the deeper ioipreffions of affection fnr it may be we fljall rejch owa liberal and opportunity of accent ing to the abilities with which Diruie FroviJence hath bhflW were apply for puV lie astheCarolinans wittt on a lefs imjxsrtjint about the they loft the value of of to thefullnmountof But the pub licis apparently not in ftate difpofed to grant fuch A private fubcription is and produces th6 Aim of about but this being fet on foot ata time when our minds were agitated in relation to our American in though Montreal was out of the thisre ieipt has been hitherto fhort of that expectation which it would be unjuit to ourfelves not to enter The prefent mode of afkmg by a from houfe mud be deemed a proper and an hum ble application to the hearts and underftartdjngs of every is fetfeviaenN as none of the fufVerers or could be IH and that the poorer part of them loft their whoie and tliefe being many in many arc in vol ml in great To raife their the and the more that they may rebuild their habitationsr and fuppcrt their fauilies by their muft furely be a good a national and an honour to indivi In our particular capacity as we canonly and as as merchants and are joined to his Majtitys Koyaf Token of benevo ami the truly and folid policy City of together with her Beneficent trading this citarity muft appeal1 to you in a much Stronger puiut of than any which mere wofds can place it We therefore tfuft it will meer your approbation upon when we n akt no doubt of yonr recoininending it in z mHriher fujtable to the fmgolsr importance of together with the whole with gre iteft I Your jnbft and moft obedient JOHN FOWLER JON AS HAN NewYork f6fffthou i i7 I Thelofs lailained by the dreadful fire on Saturday the i8ih of Mays at attefted by his Excellency the James his Ma ijefiys Governor of the Province in JMontrealis fifuated j by De puy anrf Deputy Clerk of the council rt the faid Province j the account wherep it i ft flies tts ivames of each and in what tlie Idls of each Families In Francijiftreet a burnt out 26 V pftfent had o fave any part of ilreif merchandize or houihold others even to their This fallen on the ncntft andniMl trading partof where ths the beft and moft filled But the far greater part of the only the cloaths on their Many tflto had the fortune to fave a few goods of thetf and lay them oVi or bv the loft them again either Hy the tfnmes or toy The fire was ltct byunccvsjing VTonli Landrieves oae end of the itcfpSal and two fmall houfes between Ger and the corner opposite Monti Keaimiesi The which when the fire Iregan Was fiiddeMy to thefe and the united efforts of the ioldiers faved the reftoftbtj up that wtich leads to the parifh or the liofpital des it would have Keen very if to have fated part of There are no principal houles rVtflrWi nv b In the Marketplace Hofpitalftrcet Louisftreet EUixitreet Sacrementitreet Nicholas ftreet Annftreet Ann fuburhs 6 6 x i id filters fuburbs and houfes c 8 115 families of whom much the greater part e newly become The whole according to the aid authentic account ftawds Vaue in building In merchandize In and apparel In and 31980 1526 5 iz o Their 116773 18 6 Ecyial to 87580 8 10 Thus in one fatal within the pace of three the greatett part of thefe then hap py under a Britifh were reduced to tlie moft grievous An exact furvey was made on cmh hy mafons and carpenters and it is worthy of very honourable that thefe people werefo tender cf what they evinced on that great numteis fome time that they found iheir lois considerably greater than the account they had fworn There were two perfons of the ccuncil of Quebec appointed as commiffiqners to take ths The fire burnt with fuch re fill lefs occafioned by a very high that the people were hardly to refcue any thing from the devouring A number of them more were many let and loft their This account will appear when it is that although their houfes are mide of they are either with made of white in the manner of or with The account is corroborated by a ge from a a perfon of written the aoth of May from the two days after the fu of which the following is an The fire began in the garret of an ErigHfli and a perfon of by hot carried thither to make If broke out at the e and in an inr itant the whole was in a which communi to the neighbouring houfes on both fides of The and diftrefs of the inhabitants is not to be Many otthim the and thofe who were a Francoisftreet constitutes a confiderable part of the upper where the trading people b Pauls is a capital ftreet that interfects the lower and upper f This is called Les Sceurs or general It is at fomed iftance without the walls fe parated by a but found no protection from the devouring This hofpital receives found and tue children of the fick and de crepid It had apartments for wi dows 5 and for paying a certain fum at their i received whoretire from the not as for they Jiave the liberty of vifiting their friends within the the Montreal contains about 7000 It is herethe French Canadians were moit defirous of retreating when they had required a fubfiftance the adjacent where they feats and on the banks of the being delightfully and die climate more agreeable titan Que It wascomputed that one fourthpart of the city was and about one third prt in va r e Thtir floors ars of to prtvent Kccount differs only in th number ef fome call it toSffome feems to they izy is addrefled to their agent IF we haVe been rn making known ctir moft mifersWe we hops It irW attribu ted to the irr prtflions of grief the of the 18th of hag ma e on our m indsywliieft nas deprived us aTtnoit every iacuky cut of fibeking heller and Though feme had the happinefsto therofettet amongft thekfriends and yet the greater are fo vnhappy ni to be deli irare bf either and thtfefore defended for immediate relief on the generfity of a almoit worn ou by a fucceflion of partirularly M jettys fubjecls after the fatigues of were confiderably reduced by the treatment of the of France in regard to thepaper winch at prefent is of certain the ttatiort of added to the great lodes otpifioned by the Indian 9n wbieb trae ibe tf tbij prcvince entirely Jar thtir frftart fj that our ruin is fo much the we met t wiUv which cannot be ixpetf ed 2 toliatvy tnat has undergone fo many changes info hoit a We are unable to find exprefiions attenuate to the gratitude we owe thofe ami who firft fet on footand tipaned a fub fcription for the and which earneftly hope may be feonded by the generous contributions of tbofe who feel the The indefatigable pains you Inve taken fee the intereit of this province in the etfVcls of whjch we already begin to en encourage us to you will exert yburftlf in our OH particular eccafion of this tlifafter hy a rtru per to the public of the wietchedneft of our uniting yourfclf with thofe berevolcnt gentlemen who have already interfiled s in ourfufterings fliould by a proper application In fuch no doubt we hall partake cf the which one of his Mdjeftys our not many years experienced from the benevolence of that auguft We the a chofca Rt a ge neral meeting of aji the of this city of with al due Your molt and iiioJl hutnbe fr ytfot JliiasJt O O O O 40 o a 100 51 to The Donations alluded The KING The City of London The Gro Met caries 3 The Goldfmiths Company Ic5 The Worlhipful Corpenters artdT Cordwainers Company each J The Marqujs of Rockingliam The EarL of Dartmouth The Duke of Griffon Sir George Right Secretary Conway Edward Efq of Canterbury Overplus of the for Ro therhith John Efq His Grace the of Canterbury Part of an overplus ot a fubfcription for the Palatine thete provided for Town of Sheffield Public Breakfaftat by Derrick Sundry by the of Mr 1 Strettei 261 Lord of In fmallejfums about70Q a our jaft following Uibfcnprions have been The Worfliipful Company of Taylors 50 Peter Efq J 10 JO 10 Zachariah Phihp IO The Worflujiful Company of Grocers The Worfliipful Company of Drv The 50 o o o o o o o 7 o o o on for 7 beinrV 6 o e o o n 9 O O O o 10 0 o o Britifre Samuel JEfr JL Newdrick and The WorfbipfuvCarrfpany of Carpenters The WoifliipM Coicwnyof Cordwafoew zu n a but devote t The preliminaries of a the CaPa da bills being at few Canadians who have not ofthe now make a fihal recovery but it is what they fay as well as reafun of that vhe poorer part of them vviil not be havirg no fuch
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