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   Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 7, 1766, London, Middlesex                                NOVEMBER 1766 H A i M A R K E Ik T KINGS THEATRE in the HAV To the 8th of Novem wilt be performed a New Serious TRAKEBARNE GRAND Mufic cpmpofed by fevera celebrated Com With new hew and new Pit and Boxes to be put and no to be admitted without whch will be deli vered at the laid at half a guinea Firit Gallery Second Gallery By their KlAJE STIES perfon whatfoever to be admitted behind the nor into the TSie Pit andBoxes will be opened at five To begin at half an hour after fix oclock Vivant Rex MefT GOR moK humbly requeft the Nobility and Gen Subfcribers to the Operas for the enfuing fea will pleafe to pay their fubfcriptions to Andrew Druoamond and t atCharing It is humbly defired that the Sobferibers to the Boxes will pieait to fend to the Office of the faiil a Jift of the names of the company belonging to their or for filver tickets for the preparing of the to be delivered to each fufclcriber in proper D R U R Y L A N By his M A S T Ys AT the THEATRE ROYAL in D THIS DAY will be H A ML E G A R R I C K The Love 5 the Packer by Baddeley Aickin Dodd Rofen era Strange Guillen Fawcettj Marr Ackman Player Burton Player by Bennet Gravediggersby Yates and Baddeley With the VIRGIN Boxes Pit Firtt Upper Pkces tor the boxes to be taken of at the C O V fi N T G A R D E AT the THEATRE in TJrftS DAY will be The PAIR P E N I T N Rofsj Walker Mift Elliot i their firft appearance in thofe Smith j To will be M I D A Midas by Boxer Pitjk for twrboxes to be taken ot Sarjant o fney WlieYeeemi M ttle nor be returned afterthecurtain is A T the LJTTU in the t HIS heing Eriday the fib of Signer PLACIDOs Company jott ar rived from abroad will exhibit VARIETY ot NEW Never attempted by oriier Singing by Mu Keen and Vaulting on rope by Signer Gaitano and Signer Spi Dancing by Mils Ferci and Mm by Signer nd SigAor Dancing on the tigjrt rope tiy Mifs Matter Signer Signor Sigaora and Signor SignorSpinacutawilldance with to his and with a board on the feveral feats of aftivity never ften in England and variety of new lie alto has Mpn per formances he ansj turns abctut on the tight rope with the pole he baltnoftt various and rolls a wheelbarrow with a dog in it On the with and the pole lie vaults and turns the KLatherinewheel on the flaqk rope te This animal is the raoft afto niminefofthe kind ever and neral wherever he has The whole to Gonclode with a by Boxes Pit zs Gallery The doors to be Opened at add qegin at half an hour after fix Virant Rex is TO prevent places to be taken mt the Office of the freinnine to It is humbly raquefted tfet the who take wHlTeml tlieir fervants by five No money to be rttumctl after the curtain is TURLINGTONS BALSAM of MARTHA WR widow of William and MARY both and now fuc of the te Robert and patentee of thut mqft excellwt called Tvriingtfc Original Balfam of tqgtther the Jtid William his late nephew and have had the preparing this moft excellent Medicine feveral no oiner Jteribn being ac 5U wanted beg leave to inform the and public in that they carry on the bufmefe at the old near the Royal Ex change where all perfons may beaflured of having the Original and Genuine Baliampf as hemo All others are notorious For the S C U S V Deftor HILLs ESSENCE IF there be any yet affliSed wViK not tried the whether from tlie fuppofed difcredit of whecvthe zuihor and th it be proper to remind them his is the ieafon for a jeifea The esrtMnty Of Its inthe moft confirmed are fuUicJentir thofc of Sir Roger an3 many more nd its innocence js ihat infants take tt in a proper There ajre many other perfons of fe faces the gco J efteft of this medicine may be 3 ii were ill to the memary of a paft noning their names Ths may he faid vrich truth and oohe reed feir a cure from it taken other things ifi I jsfold in figned by the 4rtth pruned d a in Pa teraoikr ami IV in Sft Jamess Of be SAM of HO i r and TINCTURE 01 for the begs leave to acquaint THE NOBILITY and SUB3CRIBEXS to The SOCIETY in SonoSoy That the firit Meeting will be on Thurfday tiie soth As the politenelsof the Gentlemen ing their Tickets to the has been fouml pro ductive of a very difproportiorftle number or the lat tis theught more by the Ladies who patronize the for the La dies Tickets fliall be transferable only to and Gentlemens only to STATE fTtHE Shares of aid X Shares of are fold in quar and by HAZARD and at their State Lottery under the and at their houie in Ludgate Tickets and at fixpence per and the earlieft account of their Cuccefs fent to any part of Great All fiiares and chances fold at tHfe offices will be ftampr witlx the and Haxarifs Lottery All letters The Lottery be gins drawing on Monday the ith of this Four blanks toa kinds of Government Securities bought and fold by STATE NO five per deducted from the and and but fix pounds from the infteadof ten netwithftanding they are fold at the loweft in the greateft examined and paid as foon at by WENHAM and at their State Lottery in ths Poul feeing and were drawn prizes of ten thousand pounds each in the laft and fold at this Schemes of the Lottery given gratis and letters poftpaid duly Our correfpondentSjJikewifeall mem ben of may depend on their having their and on the molt rea fonable and the money for the prizes and blanks as foon as drawn and all bufmers relating to the Lottery traniadted with the greateft care and drawing of the Lottery wit begin bn Monday the ith of For the ufe of the Officers of the Mailers of and the Trading Part of the Nation in Tbis day In price bound the fcond with the Statutes in force relating to Ma ritime Affairs and continued to the George and INSTITUTIONS of the ADMIRALTY of GREAT Ci vtt and MibiTAtY comprehending the ancient naval and j the marine at firge critical account of naval arttirs and from the reign of Alfred the Great j the the navy interfperftd with dif votes and Printed by his Majeftys for This day n printed in one large voiuins Price bound fevsn THE UNDER SHERIFF Containing eoffi cs and duty of High Under and in the following county return of Venire Habeas Hatveu Cor writs of goals and falle Sheriffs of Lon don and aflizes and feflions of the Members of Sheriffs With an appendix of never before By a GtNTUEMAM of the INNER Printed by his Majeftys law for Wor and near TempleMar and in j and Ludgate Itreet j and in In the above book the Law of Arrefti is treated at large from the molt modern particularly from Lord la a few dent be CONSIDERATIONS upon fome late EXTRAORDINARY OR ANTS and other par ticulars of a late Patriots JaiKijtudem vera rerum nncabttla amifi miui quia kona liberalitas mala rum ftrtw ftrtitudt tt ref pttblica m extrfrno THE of CMS That Patriotisms a jeit we muft For the Grand owns it Sir HL THE CONDUCT of the LATE ADMINI STXATION With an containing ORIGINAL and AUTHENTIC DOCU fiat qumdant ita tlvitts et itgligentiafc utl injuanot ci irium ftrrt i jam non nittum fflt futiorhai ardtnumefl Jiifragia defcripta teitentur a paucity att nutitm nojlrt etfytdfaajam nan erit civem qui lie pro pa opponaunvidis fruftra uotthac re ADDRESS to the PEOPLE of ENG the advantages anting from tlie With an ADDRESS m Of whom may be had A being the with many ditions and of L TheHisTOAY of the during the yeXfS and Exhibiting tKe ao4 views or that Price or ggv Thp almoft fingubr fuccefs which this book haJi met isthe Urongeit and belt its It has moreover been aucfothrr nations in well as in it is mucb read and An EXOUIRY into the CoNDCCT a Late Right Honourable COMMON The fifth Price An EXAMINATION of the of T DUBLIN TUST a large at DODs Original Jl liutter Warehoufe in remarka blefor importing the beft that country in large and the beft fort not inferior to molt of the Ehglith batter the fame fort will be continued importing to the above wurehoafe all fhe winter and for the convenience ofprivate familes will be put into from eight to twenty ponnds in a which will keep it fweet and goad to the The prices are as follows The beft Dublin butter at per good at and per and ferit to any of the town free of any expeMCi to the buyer with all other forts of Engl i fa butter and cheefe at the loweft All orders ly letter will be duly complied with as foon as public hofpi may be fupplied with any quantity of or cheefe on beft DOD on the STATE NO five per and one pound pud more at theie offices for the chance of a twenty pound when than at any and ix pounds more than is paid in j and fo in proportion in all the other Shares and chances oftickets we fell at the lowett and the greateft va in thir and lixty regillered and ex irnined by at fcis at in near Lombardltreet next Dunftans Harris m gold letters over the Four blanks to 3 The blanks and prizes to be transferable annuities at the Bank of bearing tlyee per per Any quantity of tickets at the loweft and South Sea with their fe veral India Navy and Victual ling and all Kiwis of Government bought and fold by The Lottery be ijins oa Monday the ith of AH lettersfrom town or country poll paid duly public are defired to take that I am removed from my late Office in and no connections Tbis day if price THE COON TRY A Comedy from Wycheriys Country Wife as it is ailing at the Tiieatr Royal ia Printed Becket and De in ths Davis and in Holborn and in Juit IMPORTS By BUCKET and in the EXPOSE SUCCINCT de laJfONTESTATION qui Rous A tranflation of this work will be publiJhed f wtroHi may be had RoulTeaus Works in in to His to the Archbifhop of ahd Contrail tranflated into The remainder of nis works are in the and will bs pnblifhed loon after This morning prite NuHiber Part II containing leveral remarka ble and one in particular of Proceedings on the Kings Commiflions of X the Oer and and Goal De livery for die City of London and alfo the Goal the Ccunty of held at mil in the Old on Wednefday the Thu day the and Friday the of Oc being the eighth feflions in the Mayoralty of the Right Efq Lord Mayor of the City of I Printed for at the Bible in Pauls Where may be Had the Firft Part of thefe Tbis day is By at Pace Two TH E S P I S or an EXAMINATION into the MERITS ot ajl the PERFORMERS belonging to Churchill fo lately wrote on yet there are a number of Perfomers now who did not belong to that Houie at rtime of publifhing his Rofciad fucli as Doddj Mifs and Abingdon of whom be toek little or no fuch as Palmer and Palmer and others 6n whom his criti cujos weie univerfally allowed to b either directed by an injudicious wccefs of or a palpable fuch Yates and Mifs prefent has expatiated largely pa each and he reifrved all CJmrelviirs without ruoning into his pre judices or AGAINST AUTUMNAL WHICH for the moft paft arife from obftruaed pcr There it not in rite whole Materia Me a prefervatire as that celebrated Medicine The BAUME DE wttch by its cordial attenuuing and detergent fortifies the flomach and pu rifies the blood and juice and gives at it were to the whale fyftem its nitural To thefcqualicies we attri bute its having proved fo eminently ferv ceable in and hab and f torn the fame prin ciple it has never failed to relieve in and and alfo that ic lias been found fo par ticularly beneficial in female This moft admirable family med cine is fold by ap poiocmen of rhe with good Allowance for cha rluble and to fell Pauls churchyard Becket and in the Strtndf in Charingcrofs in Piccadilly Richardfon aod at the Royal Exchange and in Hoibotn the Of whom may be I The or fealed bl ck whch applied eictlsallother remedies for A Narrative of fame extranrdinary and well suefted Cures wrought by the Baunie de pi ce Alfo given gratis A concife Account of ILS Nature and Opera ions with dJiefticos for ufirg the the letters faned HAN Couliuerations on the Tradi snd Fi naRCtSOf this lajt To the of the rui amongtt the aKufive attrcki upon the greatelt charncltrs of rhe room may be found in any paperfor a one of the moll refptfbMe and Ie3ned in it wul I doubt in Ths artificial torrent of abufe and virulence poured down upon of by the author of a letter publvhed thertlier calls loudly for the to ufe their beft endea vours to whelm it ow the head of tlie who plies the pump at the head of this dainty which is indebted for its exiftence merely to and human but has no relation to truth and the gifts of Gi tat To give every one their I hall that he does pump exceedingly hard for and fpirit hut much midaken if ths leir ed ut agree with that all hio induftry produces no but an fpiritlefs near akin to that which the anticnts phafantly it could only be contained in the fluili of an We urein formed by that WPS a mifchicroirs and applied to very bad I it there fore my with all to administer iMj antidote fro wilt mtc to preveit this poifan work ing upon and thereby rendering ufelcfs the admirable labours of Reverind Prelate in fapport of tlte Divine Legation of Whe ther this ironical Divi e wilt sHow it or I do not care but I am certain all the reft of mbrethren will grant that depends the truth of a f that be mult falltp the Now in the outfit his he religion to imply ffce dTharge of a mnns dpty to Godj or obediante to his This is iiideed ti part of the of hit furely religion implies i a be lief In the nee j in the attributes tf God j in certain or myftcnots Hi tion is no more a jnftone than my calling his my fleeping at wouif be a true definition of his preaching it being truth part of the etfeft fur the Thus then 1 trufl t have lie ft irrecoverably at his fvft entrance into tlie lifts j will all his levity enable bhil to reduce his iimncile antagonist to the ncceffity of that bv wrote the Divine Lfgation merely to convince world what a fttol they by giving ferious credit and applau e to wlat he wrote merely as It is needleft to advance any farther in the examination an arch m which one ftone is defective muft fall but I cannot help ob ferving that a who talks fo fevjrejy io Lordlhipof his futipcfed ignorance in ought ro have proportions do nut follow from ite but Though he fcins in general not to be in the Jeaft afraid ef a raftj procedure yet 1 think in he is over f will vent are to him bemg compelled by his Loniihip cf whom indeed I have no phonal knowledge taemerge our of that obfcurity anil infignificawcy which is his prcfent and which he is fo afi nid ef Nor will his I am cende fcend to diftingairti him from the eft of thoie Re verend dunces he has which nobody ever heard of buthimftlf and their I cannot upon tlie with the greateft congratulate the Biihop of that this like all he rcft of hii feliowla by his attack of his will be com pared to thofe by harking at the prove her and their own ignorance and I See Pliny and It the of Liter Philo latter far Our women do not generally breed till they are fome begin much read Our women do not generally con tinue to breed till and fome begin earlier than Letters received A Friend to the and v GUMMINGSs letter n To the PRINTEii of the Tis not enough for us to remembtr and to un left nve do tvbat fuce SE N EC WE mould accultom ouifel ves to a prudent ceco and moclerarion this will be the means to avoid itany Never fpeak ill of any and fhen yoj will live at eafe never fall out with and let your patience be proof againft contradiction j you then never need to fear an inlult or If yau spply to they will carry on a pro cefs in form for ycu thofe malicious and fpecioug people will not fnil to make matters and in order to engage ycu a troublefcme tliey will magnify a poiid to troubled If a good man ftiouul encounter may dspend that if his virtue Jlan is the tell he will not rerrain long in Men are to blame when they sccufe i5ng the caufe of the miferies they for it is thrrn fejves who by their or rather by fheir fo in fpite fate draw on their own that in countries where rise people move Only by the fpirit of they make uvfnc of all the all the fujmn the moft trifling things thofe w jch woud are there done or givtnoniy loi in a monarchy is fovrnied vw vliiih it is to procure   

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