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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 10, 1766, London, Middlesex MO N DA N O V E M tf E R 1766 H f i a 9 THEATRE inthe the nth of Notrem A Mnfic compofesiby feveral Com With new and new r Boxes to be put awl no ib be without when will be deli vered at the faid at half a guinea Firft Gallery Second Gallery By their MAJESTIES Ns whatfoever to be admitted behind the nor into the The Pit aRdltexes Will be opened at five oclock To epin at half an after fix o fa GOR 1rtimbly requeft the Nobility and Gen ii Subfcrilvrs to the Operas for the enfuing fea wili Tleaie to pay their fubfcriptions to Anirivv aud t at Charing It is hirmbly ddired that the Subferibers to the Boxes wilFtfleafe to fend to the Office of the faid a lift of the names of the company belonging to their or for filver tickets for of the to be delivered to each fubfcriber in proper To morrow will be the laft time of perform ing the above i 1 D K U X X T A By his MA J E S T Ys AT the ROYAL in f HrKrPAY will be prefented C frV NT R Y G I R Altered from WYCHERLEVSS CrtnTRY The principal parts by Cau Mafter With in Aflkjrels to the by way of by the Country With QjfJ E E N M A Pit sarFirft Upper Places tor the boxes to be taken of at the C U V K N i G A K W k 4T the THEATRE in COVENT THIS DAY will be prefented I N G RICHARD the H I R King King Gibfon Earl of Gardner Duke of Hull j Wiznel N Penfyj Sennet Amlerfoi by Dyer 5 Prince MifeValois Duke of Maiter Bedford Lord Buck Lieute nant of the Lady Anne by Viacaflfc Dutchefs of Fefgufon j W To which will be FheiPRO CESS ION fVom the ABBEYat the C O R O N ATI O With the Reprefentattonof ami tiie Boxes Upper Places for to be taken of Sarjant at the Ko money to be received at the nor r griy money to be returned afterthe AT rrieATftE in the HAXMAR THIS the icth of Signor PLACIDOs Company juft arrived from abroad will exhibit TARIETY of NEW Never attempted brother Singiivg by Keen and Va ulting on tiieflacfe rope by Signor Gaitano and Signor Spi Dancing by Mifs Ferci and Mils Tumbling by and Signor the tight rope by Mifs Mafter Signor Signor SJznora Signor and Signor Sufjtor will jump over a cane back wards and withont a on the tight Wivh feveral feats of activity never feen in England variety of new He alfo Morikey that exhibits the moft fur he and turns abeuton the tightrope with the pole he various and rolls a wheel barrow with a dog In it withand with out the pole fie vaults and turns the Kathenne wheel on the flack rope to This animal is the moft aftonMiing of the kind ever and ha given general fatisfaction wherever he has exhi Tlve whole to conclude with hornpipe by Boxes Pit Gallery The doors to be opened at and begin at half an hour after fix Vivant Rex BTo prevent places to be taken at the Office of the from nine to is humbly MOUefted that the who take their fervants by five No monjsyjtobe returned after the curtain is drawn xipfe Juft I M p RT By BECKET and in the r de la CONTESTATION qutselt HUME Kous ieapieiafo this work will be puWifhed Of whom may be bad Roufleaus Works in in 10 His to of and Contrail tranflated intb Thereraainderpf his are in and will be pabltfoed foon after That the fii ft Mettjjjlgwill be OQ T hurfflay tfe zoth v t As the politehefsof the Gentlemen iiy lend ing their Tickets to the has found duftive of a very difproportipnate number of the lat tis thought more pationize the for the La dies Tickets hall be transferable only and Gentlemeris only to VTA T E L O T T E R THE Shares of antf of are foW in quar and by HAZARD and at their State Lottery the and at their hmlfe in Ludgate Tickets and Shares and the earlieft account of their fuccefs fent to any part of Great All fhares and chances fold at thete offices will be ftampt and round Hazarfj letters poftpaid The Lottery be gins drawing on Monday the ith of this Four blanks to a kinds bf Government an fold by In srice Sbulings E MlDWIFRY reduced to PRIN CiPLKS which explained the moft fafe eftabliftiedMfitbods of in eachkind of With i suMMARy HISTORY of the the Original by the late Profeflbr of Phyfic at j tlie French To Which is by the Tranflatorj contain tng Remarks on Caneepttofi and Preg thofe Particular4 taught by aiioptetl by the Accorichjrs which Comparifon be the French asdEnglifh Pnnted for Bookfeller to bis ophafite in tlje Next month wiM be thcTbird and Laft Volume AftiMics TreaiSie on the DiT tales of STATE L O T T E K NO five per deducted from the mares and but lix pounds from the inftead of ten notwithftanding they are fold at the loweft in the gfeateit examined and paid as foon by WEN HAM and at their State Lottery in thi Poul facing and No were drawn prizJes often fiioufand pounds each in the iaft and Paid at this Schemes of the Lottery given gratis j aad letters poftpaid duly Our likewife all mem bers of may depend oh having their and on the moft rear fonable and the money them for the prizes and blanks as foon as drawn and all hulinefs relating to the Lottery with the greateft caie and drawing of the Lottery wil in on Monday the ith of b TAJ E L G I NO five per and one found more at thefe offices for the chance of a twenty poun4 when than atsmy andiix pounds more than is paid in general and Jo proportion in all the other Shares and of ti kets are felling at the loweft and the greeted va tliir and iixty regiftered and ex artined by at his in near Lombardflreet Dunrtans Harris in gold letters the Four blanks to a The blanks and prizes to be transferable annuities the Bank of Eng bearing three per per Any quantity of tickets the loweft BankJ and South Sen with thei veral India Navy and and all Kinds of Government bought and fold by The Lottery be gins drawing on Monday thi lyth of All letters from town or country poll paid duly The public are defired to take that I am removed from my late Office in and have no conne6lkns CORN ELYS begs leave to acimaint TiiE NO B IL IT Y and GENTRY to The SOCIETY in PRINT of the CALAS FAMILY bei arrived in Ladies and who have fubfcribed to Maty or Vaillantr are defiredto fedd to facing Sffurtiaynptohftrest in the who will deliver the Print fo the bearer the The togjtlier with her two Daugh jters and hr this opportunity of expref fiflg the deep which they and hall al ways oflt5e gMierofity of a equally diftinguiilicd by their readinefs to ttrtid up for the fuppoit of the common rights of and to protect and the fiitferers and Thofe who have lubfcribed to Rouge arc defired to fend to his S T ATE L O R Begins drawing on Monday the iyth IGHARDS and at their Old Lottery R next to the CroisKeys loU beg leave to allure the that they take no deduction whatever from hives of tickets fold at this Office and no five per nor ten from the By this entire new pin the moft advantageous ever offered to the puMic all per fons Who purchafe of will be paid leveral pounds more for only a twenty pound and on the highelt prizes upwards of five hundred fharrs and are felling in great variety of and will continue to be fold during the and infured from Our Regifter andNumerical Boos are kept with the gieatelt and will be fettled and checqued evening by the Commiffioners Lilt of Prizes To ttiat tbe public may depend on know ing every day the fucceft of their and on having an account fent to any part of the This day tit noon will be Price Twopence NUMBER Of THE EASTINDIA Printed for in Ludgate Wednesday will be publifhed NEW this day are A TRUE HISTORY or a LATE SHORT AD Price That Patriotifmsajeitwe mult the Grand it SHORT CONSIDERATIONS upon fame late EXTRAORDINARY GRANTS and other par ticulars of a late Patriots Price Jamprtdemtyademnosvera rerum uocabuli atmlfi mus bona allena tibiralitas rum rtrum fortitudn ee ref publica in extremo fita AN ADDRESS to the PEOPLE of ENG hewing the advantages arifing from the frequent changes ot With an ADDRESS to the NEXT THE TRADE and NAVIGATION of GREAT BRITAIN By JOSHUA To which are now added feveral intereicing Notes and an Appendix concerning the Trade with Portu The whole carefully reviied by a Merchant Price This valuable book lias many years been very although feveral times by the beft judges and Writers on and uni verfally allowed to be one of the moft interefting books on that capital queftions which nave been istely and the others wkrcty fhortly expected to come under par occafioned a new edi tion of thwroocik to be earneltiy wifhed for by many perfens j as the whole Britifli Trade is therein judi cioufly and a great number of uTeful im pointed All printed for oppofite Burlington houfe in Piccadilly and fold by in Pater Per tbe letters figned PHILO An Extract from THESPIS A laji OR THE CONSIDERATION OF THE PAR LIAMENT OF GREAT national diftrefs in great owing to the en groffing of I pretty clearly if the fol lowing confiderations are attended By this means the neighbour Ii4ods in the country are greatly thinned of their in labitants if full fcope be given to this prac in a few years will be utterly ex cept of thofe very labouring hands which fiiall ae abfolutely neceffary for the opulent farmers af liftanee in Inifbanclry fuppofing three or four additional farms to be thrown into the hands of one the feveraj families which here tofore fuhfiited on thofe muft feek fome other method of procuring a and muft remove to fume other place for that Thefe while fingty required the labour of eighteen or twenty hands perhaps but when thrown together into the care of an will by him be cultivated with ten or twelve the together with their feveral fami irruft feek for fubfiftence elfewhere But whi ther c in they fly rather Set me whither are they flown to find the fupport from which they have been driven Cities and manufacturing towns are their only refuge in their native If we follow them we fiiall find them but little benefited by their while the places to which they refort are really ihjured by an encreafe of inha who muft feek their provifions in the mar kets belonging to thofe cities and at a time whrn the want of thefe very peoples labour in the conniry round about occafioiis thefe markets to be more fcatitily fuppiied than they were Before a became the vogue to unite feveral hirms any of them produced plenty of other jiecfiary provifions befldes as cheefe ami The frugal houfe wife joined her induftry to that of her in procuring every profit which their little flock could icld their young family was bred up inhufbandry and domeflic ufefulnefs and hence gen merchants and citizens wtre furnilhed with decent fervants of both But all thefe benefits in a fliort b5 loft to the commu unlefs Ibme fpeedy check be given to the growth of an evil already become much too bulky For the farmers of the prefent day I who have wallowed up many of their now rent large farms leem to in great mea neglected the culture of every article of pro except corn not foidisg themfeives un der a necefllty of ufing fuch exaft or fo much labour and pairft as As many of them are they are in no great hafte to threfli out their corn for an early fupply of the i markets and if there be there com I monly except in a time of fuccefiive plenty a de mand for gram before th markets are tolerably well theprice the price of barley elpe to the greatdifcouragement both of malt ftersand confumers and there be ex a foreign the profpecl of a bounty on exportation lays the wealthy farmers un der a Itrong temptation to withhold their corn from market and this greatly the evil com plained the opulent farmers are able to introduce their a much higher fphere ef life than their predeceflbrs could do From heShce ariies a danger of a totalextinction of that i ace of ufeful fervants before Noblemen and Gentlemen of large landed property will therefore evince net their public fpirit but their owo pcrfpjial prudence by exerting utmoft abilities to prevent the further progrefs of a plan fr tightwith fuch complicated In what way this may be effectually I do not prefume to determine but am inclined to that when farms fall into the landlords would apportion out into decent fuch as iiay afford an comfortable maintenance for an induftrious family for I would not wifh to fee any poor family ftarving on a few hungry ucres farmers mould be obliged bjcovenant to keep a proper quantity of land in grafs for feed ing cattle and that chain of connection and dependency in be the unlink ing of which has apparently produced fo much dif trefs and confufion and for immediate prevention of the wider fpread of fo great a it be right to reftrain tke accumulation or confolidation of farms by fome Act of the advanced price of in general has filled the mouths of perfons of every rank and condition with and diftreflis of the induftrious poor on that rifen to an unparallelled fo much difcon tent has of late been fo loudly publifhsd by their and the idlej licentious part of the poorer fort have from hence taken occaflon to flir up others to join them in the commiflionof every fort of under pretence of prociuing the neceflhries of j and with fiich extravagantly furious not Only to in great thofe provifions which might otherwiie have fallen to tteir fhare on reafonable bur by firing or pul ling down mills and other to fupply tnemfelves and others of the means of a fitpply of that very fuftenance they profefs themfelves to be in want fuch a time a man of attention and huma nity cannot be an unconcerned fpeftator of fo much confufion he cannot but wifli for the reiteration of plenty and But as fupine wiflies alone arc far lefs thin fuch an exigency as it is the duty of every member of the community to tribute deavours towards finding a remedy or the prefent rn which both ricli and land manufacturer labourer are promifcuoufly and as far as in him ties to prevent the danger and of a like diftrefs in time ta I fiiall crsve leave to fuggeft fuch a plan of regulations in may immediately conduce and wii effechially ecuie the future intereft wdl being of every one con cemed in the rnanuf ehiring or coji fumption of corn in fumcienten couragement for exportation in time of ftcnty and restraining fuch exportation whenever cur nsctfTities at fhall render fuch a channel and therefore To be as particularas I without f produce what I have to fay in a few fhort pai a graphs ifpgreeable to the may fefve far heads ef an Act which may be made to for two cr as hall feem moft a bounty of per quarter Wincheftcr be allowed on exporation of htn the price ihall not exceed thirtytwo milling per That a bounty of per fack of wheat each fack to contain iive buihes ba al lowed oA the price of wheat be of only be allowed on a quar ter of and only en a ack of when the price fhall be between and No bounty at all either on wheat or when the price fhall exceed per quar ter to be abfelutely prohiHi the pricr of wheat arife to per A bounty of per quarter to e aL ed on exportation of when the ihall nut exceed A bounty of ptr oe allowed on exportation of whin ue tween and No bounty at all on exportsticii the price fhall exceed per TVrotation ef barlty to be abfolutely prohi bited tlij price fhall nrife to per A power may be lodged the Privy for preventing the ulc of fort of grain in whenever the price hall become enormous Alfo to permit the cf barley in time of for fupply of the ml The benefits to refuh Iron i r arc to Securing to farmers a good ror corn in time of wlun there hall be a fo reign The taking off from minds of farmers al expectntion of enormous prices for whicl poffibly induce them to turn then thoughts to grahng fheep and horned and feeding hogs try with their coarfe whish wil oon produce a iupply of fiifli meat fur tlie For the clamour and tumults which have teroufly onocsafion of prie of been chiefiy levelled againlt I cannot conceive that com would have beenfodenr if it had been the would nor hav been near fo if every other article had been dear at the fama But mtier the term every fpecics of fuftenance is the undiftinguifhing mob have directed their fury againft an article which does not feem tome to be principal caufe of their As a farther I would bg Kave to hint the great propriety f the produce of flefh meat by every judicious means what How far thefe hints msy be and confe quently acceptable to gentemn in I know not but I weli in die I am not alone in on this There I publiclpirited landlord nady and willing to tieinilves for the general wel 1 here are no fagacions enough to look forward to remote w hich may hereafter grievoufly affect and their terity for it the diltreffes of all interior ciders among us liall hereafter became very emoluments arifing to landholders in higher life will furely become very The whole community may be compared to the crew of a vefiei at fea and wlienefcr there fhall e danger of a it will be very cold i the officers on to mariners may poflibly be drowned a fev Letisrs recetetd A PropheNNo A Frieud and A
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