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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 8, 1766, London, Middlesex Gazetteer and New Daity S A T U R D NOVEMBER 1766 H A Y M A R K E A T the THEATRE in the HAY THIS the 8th of Novem will be performed a New Serious TRAKEBARNE GRAND The Mufic eompofed by feveral celebrated Com With new new and new Fit xiul Boxes to be put and no perfons to be aiiUfed without whch will be deli teied at the faid at half a guinea Fir t Gallery Second Gallery By their M A J E STIES Na perfon wfaatfoever to he admitted behind the nor into the Jihe Pit andiioxes will be opened at five To begin at half an hour after fix oclock Vivant Rex GOR moft humbJy requeft the Nobility and Gen Siibfcribers to the Operas for the enfuing fsa will fJeafe to pay their fubfcr ptions to Andrew DrUiimond and I at Charing It is humbly defired the Subferibers to the Boxes will pleafs to lend to the Office of the faid a lilt of the names of the company belonging to their or for liver tickets for the preparing of the to be delivered to each fubfcriber in proper T R VA Y LA N By his M A J E S T Ys T the THEATRE ROYAL an DRURY THIS DAY will be prefented The S I E GE of D M A S C U B E N S L E Y POWELL With the O L D M A I OVEN T G A k D E T the THEATRE in COVENT THIS DAY will be prefented TTbe RELAPSE VIRTUE in Lord Woodward Shuter A Smith or rn war s j Mr Young Fafliioni Dyer j Sir Dunfliill j Vincent Nurfe by Pittj Mifs To which will be The ROYAL CHACE Miles Boxes Fidt Upper Places for theTboxes to be taken of Sarjant at the No money to be received at the nor any money to be returned afterthe curtain AT me Ln TLE THEATRE m the on Monday the ioth of Signor PLACIDOs Company juft arrived from abroad will exhibit VARIETY of NEW Never attempted bypther by Mi and Vaulting f rope by SjgnprGaitano and Signer Spi by Mils Ferci and Mils lirjj and Ua on the tight rope by Mils j Sigtior Signor Sonera Signor and Signor Signer Ft r d will jump over a caneback withont a on the feveral foats of Activity never feen in England aud vaiiery of new iiealfo has a JVi that exhibits the molt fur pr ifiiig and divering performances be dances an1 turns about on the tightrope with rhepoJe balances various and rolls a wheel barrow with a dog in it on the with land with out the pole he vaults and turns the Katheriae wheel on the flack rope to This animal is the moil altoniihing of the kind ever and has given general f wherever he has exhi The whole to conclude with a hornpipe by Mifs Boxes Pit Gallery The doors to be opened at and begin at half an hour after fix Vivmt Rex To prevent places to be taken at the Office of the from nine to It is humbly requelted that the who take will fend their fervours by five No money to be returned after the curtain is drawn tipt THf day is price A Comedy altered Wycheriys Country Wife as it is acting at the Theatre Royal in Printed for Becket and De in the Strasd Davis and in Hoborn j and Day is price Number Part U containing federal renjaika ble and one in particular of THE Proceedings on the Kings Commiilions of the Oerand and Goal De livery for the City of London and alfo the Goal Delivery for the County of held at Juftice hall in the Old on Wednefday the TliUifday and Friday the 24th of Oc being the eighth feffions in the Mayoralty of the Right Honourable GEORGE Efq Lord Mayor of the City of Printed for at the Bible in Pauls Whert may be had the Firit Paatof thefe Tiiis city is By at in Price Two TH E S P I S Or an EXAMINATION into the MERITS ot all the PERFORMERS belonging to DRURY LANE Notwilifaftanding Oiurchill fo lately wrote on the there are a number of Perforners now who did not belong to that Houfe at the time of publishing his Rofciad j fuch as and Abingdon oth of whom he took little BO fuch as Palmer and j and others on whom his criti cifms were allowed to beeither directed by an injudicious excefs of or a palpable fuch as Yates and Mifs The prefect has expatiated largely each and he j reli rvcd all without running iato his pre judices or C O R N E L Y S begs leave to acquaint THE NOBILITY and GENTRY SUBSCRIBERS to The SOCIETY in SoHOSftjj That the firft Meeting wijl be on Thurfday the As the pplitenefsof the Gentlemen in lend ing their Tickets to the has been found pro duftive of a very difproportionate number of the lat tis thought more by the Ladies who patronize the for the La dies Tickets fliall be transferable only to and Gentlemens only to OPTICAL TO be fold under prime All the STOCK in TRADE of MARY S 1iiRROP and in Pauls churchyard confuting of ma and philofophical inftrurnerrts befides great variety of which will be fold conliderably under their The houfe being mud be cleared by Chriltmas D U B L IN T i JUST a large at D O D s Original Butter Warehoule in remarka ble for importing the beft that country in large and the beft oi t not inferior to molt of the Englifli butter the fame fort will be continued importing to the above warehoufe all the winter and for the convenience of privte fannies wiH be put into from eight to twenty ponnds in a which will keep it iweet and good to the The prices are as follows The belt Dublin butter sdi per gooJ nt and per and fent to any pare of the town free of any expence to the buyer with ail other forts of Englifh butter and cheefe at the lowelt All orders by letter will be duly complied with as foon as public may befupplied with any quantity of butler or cheefe on the beft POD ii Hie i TURLINGTONS BALSAM ot MARTHA WR widow of William and MARY both and now fuc of the late Robert inventor and patentee of that excellent Turlingtons Original Balfam of Life together with laid William his Inte nephew and have had the preparing this molt excellent medicine feveral no other perfon being ac quainted intorm the mer gen tit and public in that they cwy on the bufmtfs at the old the near the Rryal Ex change all perlbns may he amired of having the Oiiginai and Genuine Ballain of as hereto All others ire notorious On Monday mxt ivill te NUMBER Oh E EASTINDIA Primed in This day is price A LETTER to the RightReverend the LORB BISHOP of in which the Di vine of Mofesis as well from i the of his Lordfliips the laifreprefenUtions of his em mies And in which his Lordlhips merits as a writer proved to be far luperior to rhe encomiums cf his warmeit ad Printed for at in Pauls For rue uie ot the fjihctrs ot tlie of Intnrcr and the Trading Part of the Nari m in Tbis day is Intwo volumes pnce iioitiui the fecond with the Statustes in foicc i fisting to Ma ritime and coiiinucd to the adGeorge THE and INSTITUTIONS of CI VIL and MILITARY comprehending the ancient naval laws and cultoms as aniftill in xife j the marine treaties at large a ciiucal account naval and from the reign of Alfred the Great j theprelenrilate of ihenavy imerljjerfed with dif notes anii Printed by his IVJajsitys Law for near In a jew days will be A True HISTORY of a late SHORT ADMI NISTRA i SHORT CONSIDERATIONS EXTRAORDINARY GRANTS 5 and other par ticulars of a late Patriots Jani liiutcm cquidem nos rerurn vocabula amifi miu quia bona alitna nun ea rej n ixiremo THE L of MS That Patriotilmsajeit mult For P the Grand owns it Sir THE CONDUCT of the LA IE ADMINI STRATION With an containing ORIGINAL and AUTHEKTie Docu Pint quondam fir ma lac civitas cf ut vet ituim iajunas a vium jerre pojjet nan sErarium auchritas fujfragia tnncitur honor urn animus ad nuium noftrj exfe itus jam non erst civem ji it pro triao filute opponatinvidix trulua polthac re AS the PEOPLE of ENG fliewing the advantages ariiing from the frequent changes of With ADDHESS to the NEXT Pointed for Burlington houfe in Of whom iiay b A New being the with many ad ditions aad of The HISTORY of ths during the years and Exhibiting the and views of that Price or C21 The very and almnft finguiar fuccefs which this book ha h niet istrieitrongelt and beltteltimonyof its It has moreover traHflatedin andocher nations in as well as it is much read and An ENVUJRY into the CONDUCT of a Late Right Honourable The fifth Price An EXAWNATION of the Price From the P u B L IC O F F i c THE into one point all informations of fraud an J felony committed in or near ft is metropolis by csnjiant and tbs correfyondence opined and carried ths Office for many years pajl ivith Ire aSing Magijirates in the country W the fame i has an ufijuljyflem of police as muff ever be deemed a valuable acquijition to this when it is coxjidtrtd that by ibis means moji of the nstoncus of whether in gangs or both in tsivn avci for ibefe fifteen years have been appfs or brought to juitice and dif of this kind ill be rendered ihe efcdpe of jucb offenders in proportion as this ufrfulplan u more efpf dally for asi has lately been honoured by iht of bis Grace the Dukf of Graf FirJI Lird Cimmijfioner of Us Majeflys 1 rea fnrf and as there imil alnuays be at leaji one Magif irate fitting at tbt above Office to receive and to pur me the MB ft vigorous Jieps to detect and appre hend John f tiding requests that no perfon ivhojbatl be rob bed or or attempted to be rob bed tr wiH n t omit giving immediate notice of the jame at tor quick notice andfudden pur fttit are the principles en lukich the fuccefs of this under taking And it bus been found that the ready giTJtn to this plan by and lately in a aifiinguijking manner by the in confequence of robber Us and in tlie and PUBLIC A n v E R T s E as ell as the notnes and warnings Jiin from ihij informations too fae for has tesu tin of detefiin many no torious and of making thofe markets dungcrous to s it be A laborious tajk te lupprefs evils of kind in f lv tiey are got to a irfat once ihtv are reduced as is be prefint cafj a conflant the fame Ijy which i muft keep them under and this is the power oj tie public byJiufiifbirg tihdve OJlce with all iiecef jarj injwmatiQiis Jor that AK and relative to the iuill be for at this Ijhtie a h rfe u always ready to be fint tut cat any the litters ALEXANDER GUM MING JUS US AMBULATOR Obferva tions by an in the Country An loft The TRADESMANS LETTER to the GOOD PEOPLE of Let the liftning land Britannias Son to hear Let high and and rich and With joint confent give My mind with Britirtl truths being Shall Albions good import The found refjft of honeit JDigclled from my My II on cured S I am an and pride mylUf in the name of that A innate love which I bear my coun 1nclnes rc at this crilis tocf ier to your tnoitferious confidera fuch ideas as may contribute to the public I hall not in fill en the merit or demerit of our Nobility and Landed in raiting and improving their the and rich Farmers fctigroffing almolt th whole land into their nor the fjlelmen and their dif ferent train cf cominanding the markets through the whole thefe have heen excellently canvailbd in every with the direful confequences which have ftarvingour depopulating our obli ging our mechanics to go into diftant cur curious Pits transferred to our horfts traniported by not unlikely to mount an cavalry the fineft cf our live heep fent over to promote the riling ftate of the French Woolen ManufaVure and a large for thoulands aad ten thoufaHds of quarters of all kinds of Corn to diftrefs ruin us And has all tHs been dane for the encouragement and fupport of the Landed the mer and all the trading rart of the groan under the greats and lave nothing for their prcfpect but a declining infapporiabS taxasand an innumerable ljoor to pro vide dieie things my trading breth len you not exert yourfelves as be comes a tree and endeavour to your rights and privileges equal in proportion to the rert of the many of you he tote your iioufes forced from a flouriflrino place of you appeared with ho and aftitiig to only to make room for ornament fhall monopo lizing hold land from one to two thoufand per or which has been proved to be the bane of this and be not liable to fuch laws and reftitutions as a wits Miniltry and the Legiflative Power ilnll find thele live in pomp aix luxury and while thoufands of the trading fubjecls find for lupport outward Ihew and you imagine yourfves great and flou rifhing but the fuperb city the gran deur of your buildings and extravagance of rent the paving and enlightening your arc no eiti mate of your real but a falls fhew of true was there erer fo many clamours for acts o grace ma ny tboufauds wafting in arinits oi women in our public tluough aiaa donedto hame and Our men turn rhives and would bs had they in their power to get an fbiiit Yet men that only feel the lunfiilne cf for will hardly believe theft it great eftates are raifed by and nothing 1efs than in thfefc woith mtn tioning For what wonder n sn cf iunnyife flocks fliould and But I will that middles both iri the whlefale and ret ale will jaltify my fertion and the general vdice of the town coun try that returns and profirs rfe one in many a Itfs tliau taey at theclofe of the every expsnte of liv ing is enormonfly augment S rry Ihoukl I be to aggravate j too of by fatal it without fome fptedy your yotfr fclves and will dwindle from iiage to tiiey center in want and May the3 bur hitlanehO l y refieclions animate cu re it The City of Norwich h the whole kingdom a noble example to pattern Do not then rely on colfithoufc pub lic of sli your vifhes will be accompjiflied hut ufi your inniort endea vours thit they rnay be L the greateft and moft profound would it to the whole iy to fcch in ftruftions to their feverrd fh l rriolt my dunr in is the eert every power of your in the molt humble mannr the belief yonr your His MIniftry will nflift you in your defirej and I doubt notbut a Bi i iili Purlianunt will your produce the encou ragethe ths tie tnti en force fuch laws as will make you great if in an earileft and becoming manner jMi fuppl1 cate and apply for That every Melting Attend my and every is the prayer of I he L O K D O Yefterday arrived the from and Flanders j by which we have the foiJovunrad vices Extrxfi cf a IrtUr frs Four who had thr life of the were publicly Itianghd on Ult On the ill of this moiJ an officer was ferft from the Dey to order th2 SwedMi and Danilh to embark In three the annual prc lents were delivered before that The latter has requelled a of fifteen and tiu has defired a month 5 and as they are not vtt de it is fujipofed tbty cbwined their rc A tliird to pretty near the fame compliment has bsen he expefted his prefents every A Salletine a fsw cTayfi and thecoinmancio pei to malt but was he b c ad drefled himleif to higood uie getting to csuk h his provilion and vjz refilled even a of which c itocdin men This fo disconcerted the it he let drop fame difVelpecHul words agsinrfc in ordered to fir his obliged hini u put to ie withutit even the liberty of hi The Dey gave noticeytfre ihut our would be Ihutir two all the who were to bs muft put to fea within that f our ooruir already and the s imnieaiattly fol ExtraS cf a litter Ps dzifti Ilie young Prince of N f the Ca tholic is felling erf his equipages and his fur and preparing to ernb jk wuh Bou tor the new difcovered by the It is this Piince to refide in the uhere he will beinvelUJ with a diliinuidied The Hereditary PJ jure fLonfwick ex pected again in rhii tie intends iperd a part of the Jiotl thit Prince occupied when he e is pre paring for his Letters from Scockiolia hat the ILfF oh the his tit in railing ot reel ion he hai c thetfefijrnor cnanvint ihs prodigious quantity of arrived Above an hundred velTels came yciicrJyy wuh this This day their wILi will remove from Richmond to the OjJeeni for the winter Yefterday being the birthdav hjs Jiih nefs the Duke of Ms rece vJ the of and r4ilsrperfons of diitinction on that Yclterday morning tbe Kigt Lord Chat ham hsd a iiumeioirs levee of the inbilhy his houfe in His was afrwards at the Court at We are informed that the D FEar T tiierworl to affiit in m for t ic eood iat the relief of the po T is to e t rlrlt thac the uiiiicfs of the nation is i eiitire new from vvhitJi we may txtft the molt lalutary A Noble at the liead f one of money be cue of the of re tle cffeclsoV a It is laid a iuble durng the time of his no andon its beiin u a it might he to his he the f iha Twarlufficifnt laid that a ponur hasic o ounces cf which is o rromctbii to hi a tuii jioarci of the iung Yeihrday George of theLcid rilv and Memter with hi
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