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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 13, 1766, London, Middlesex f A MA will H A Y M A R K E T T the THEATRE in the HAY on the iftn new new to be put together He Ficft Gallery Secend to be admitted behind the nor into the CORNELYSTiegs leave to acquaint NOBILJTY and S U B S C R I B E R S to SOCIETY in That the will be on Thurfday the loth Asthe the Geritlemeri VOLtheir to the has been found pro UucViTe of a very dHpTOpXJitionatfc of the lat thought by the Ladies who patrontee the for the dies Tickets haltbefglijisferable only arid Genrietnens onif to ILCJIf j TJhe Pit ndoxes will be opened at five To begin at half an after fix o clock 6 Vivsmt Rex Sc and GOR humbly the Nobility and Uen Speras for the enfumg ifea rj fabfcriptiont to Andrew prommond and I at Charing It w humbly defired that to the to faid bftef the of the bdonging to their or for filver STonJpiring of the to be delivered to each in proper Y L A N S T Ys ROYAL m prefented A L H Y M I S Burton jPataer i Sir Loire j Packer Dame PRITC H A R Te flfhich will be The HE R M I T HARLEQUIN at Hooker Kearj Pan imaldi by i Colorobint The Danceg by Signor Signora S T A T E T E R THE Sharts of and Shares of are fold in quar and by HAZARD and at their State Lottery rajtlef the and at their houft in Lwdgate Shares regiftered at fixpence per and the account of their fuccefs fent to any part of Grelt All hares ami chances fold at thefe offices will be ftampt withthe and round Jigtuirfs Lottery All letters poft JjltW The Lottery be ith of this to a All kinds of Government and fold by fr A PA prdprietors vtfiofe claims have been are Hefired to pieet Colonel Douglas and the on Thuliclay the ijth at pfecifely at eleven pclock indie morn bring with them copies of their feveral and fuch proofsas they are pouefied re frttve L O D G I N G to be let three rooms on with convenience for a 1 jTfingle gentleman of good who keeps food It is in oiie of the belt ftreets in Grof and was nevfef lett to a lodger leafij to enquire of in the AT the THEATRE in COVENT THIS AY will be prefented F A J K Rofs 5 Walker Mifs Elliot being Iheir ad appearance m thofe characters Smith Mifs larrowby being her temjrt as an adrefs Du Bellamy be ing her To which will be The Woodward Slmter Dunftall Boxes Pit Fkft Upper Places for tHTboxes to fee taken of Sarjant at the A T the LiTTtE I and Chances of are fold in great variety by BROOKSBANIC and Stock at their Lottery the corner of back of the Royal Exchange where feveral capital prizes have been fliared and particularly a prize of in the nrft 1763 a prize of of in fecond 1764 and the laft and in tits lottery Schemes of the Lottery gwen The money for the prizes and fliares and will be paid at this office aa foon as The prizes and blanks to be trawsferrable annuities at the Bank of bearing 3 per The lottery begins drawing on Monday the ith of A correct Numerical and Regifter Book is here where tickets are and the earheft account of then fuccefs Pent part of Great Britain or All kinds of Government Se curities bought and fold by Letters poft paid punctually This day at noon tiill be Price Two pence NJ M B E R Of HE EASTINDIA Printed in Where may be had TheThird Number will be publifhed tomorrow A T the LITTLE THEATRE in the BAI the 141 of Signor ELACtDOf Company juit arrived from abroad will exhibit VARIETY of NEW attempted Singing and Vaulting on the flack rope by Signer Gaitanoand Signor Spi Dartcmg by Ferci and Mifs by Signor and Dancing on the tight by Mifs Matter Signor Signor Sigftora Signor andSienor Signor Spinacuta will dance with two boys lied tohis and one on his on the tight With feveral feats of aftivity never feen in England and variety of new Healfo has a Monkey that exhibits the moft fur anddivertingperformances he dances and turns abeut on the tightrope with the pole he balances various and rolls a wheel barrow with a dog in it on the with and with out the pole he vaults and turns the Katherine wheel on the flack rope to is the moft of tne kind ever and baft given general fitisfaftion wherever he has exhi The whole conclude wuh a hornpipe by Isfifs Boxes Tit Gallery The doors to be opened at and begin at half an hour Vivant Rex To prevent places to be taken at the Omceof the from iiiae to It is humbly requeitedthat the who take will fend their fervants by five No money to be returned after the curtain is Imported by PAUL tonftreet in the TkTAVIGATIOiNE auxTerra Audlrales Shares of lockets and are fold by M ADDIS fucceQbr to at the oldeft StateLottery Charihg behind the King on tjorfeback where the largett prizes have generally Been old and Shared the true regifterof this and all fanner ij ktpt at this where adventurers entering the ntwnbeis of thair aie lure of having the moft fpeedy and coneft accounts of the fuccefs lent to any part of the money for the prizes ana mares and will be paid at diis ofike as foon as The pris s and blanks to he trans ferrable annuities at the Bank of bearing three per per All kinds of government fecurities are there tranfacted by and let ters punctually This Lottery will begiii drawing the i7ih of in which there are tour blanks to a prize this boek is contained the tomplcattft arctumt if the collefted Jrpm the ftveral navi gaters two have ften and tanded on tbeir Voyage en France k en Jiiftoire delaMaifon de 5 Prince de i Eflai far la La x Le Cuinnier t Le Confervateur de U DicVionaire d1 de Traite Bons Traite de fuivi dunEffaj fur la Sculp a vpL desCouVeurs pour la Peinture en precede de IArt de Peindre Hittorre Critique de ou des nou veaux z Elite de a f Fablle de en Allemand arec une traduc tion 4 de Henry iijs a Malheurs de a Memoirctde Ecctairciffemena fur THiitoire de Reins adrclcs many new S T A r E LOT J iJ K Begins drawing on Monday the ijth RICHARDS and at their Old Lottery nexttothe CrofsKeys Wol beg leave to aflure the tht they take no deduction whatever from fhares of tickets fold at thii Oftice 5 and no five per nor ten frcm the By this entire new plan the moft advantageous ever offered to the public all uer fonswho purchafe of will be paid feveral pounds more for only a twenty pound and on higheft prizes upwards of five hundred and are felling in great variety of and continue to be fold during the and infured from Our Regifter and Numerical Kpoks ate kept with the greater and will varied and checqued every evening by the Commiflisniirs Lift of Prizes fo that public may depend on know every day the fuccefs of their and oa having an account fent to any part of the This day is By at in Price Two TH E S P I S or an EXAMINATION into the MERITS of all the belonging to DRURY LANE Notwitkftanding Churchill fo lately wrote on the yet there are a number of Perfomers now at who did apt belong to that HouYe at the time of publiftiing his Rofciad 5 fucli as Mifs and Abingdon of whmn he took little or no fuch as Palmermnd Palmer on whom his criti cifms were univerfally allowed to either direrted by an injudicious excefs of or a palpable fuch as Yates and Mifs The preient has expatiated largely on each and he prefsrved all Churchiirs without running iato his pre judices or Ibis Jay is Dedicated to his Grace the Duke of PART Containing the religious Tenets of the Bramins and illuftrated with five curious and Explanatory price INTERESTING HISTORICAL relative to the Provinces of and the Empire of By H O L W E L Efq Printed for Becket and De nea in the Of whom may be price Dedicated to the Right Charles Part of the above the Second Edition with ahd illuftrated with fonr of the Sketches of the Countries treated as being neceffary to the more already of this The four copperplates may had price to complete the fctts pt thofe who bought the firft The author out thefe in hopetrhat thefeJEJeudenKn yvho he knows are pof feffed of fumcient materials will oblige the public with a correct Map of thofe This are price or MEMOtRSof a or the Hiftory of LOUISA Now firft publilhed from a Series of Original Prirted for in in the Tins nifty is price in blue EMORIALS of die BRITISH CONSUL and M FACTORY at to his Majellys j the Spriitaries of not my to in this place on the curfory readers by enumerat ing the many and great evils that characlerife ths feveral of which having been frequently dif cuifed in my former though not fo fully and accurately on account of the prefent mode of pub which will not admit of it tmt to humbly offer to the erious confideration of our fohie timely hints of already too long as well to the difgrace of the confu fion of all public Seditions in any Government are proofs of the weakneff or wickednefs of the Governors and when a ftate is embarrafled with Pauper we are not to confine our Councils to of the but to the fpecdieft nieafures to remove the caufe of the opened for it is an egregious folly to that the barectittingofF he loaders of riots will in the rflora a uermanent tran if the evils that provoked their mould ftill remain there urged by neceflTitous and founded rational demand a peculiar ft i are of flcill to The Cries of Hunger ar not to be filencedoy the and the Hardiliips of Wnnt vvii make even Cowards valiant for which it is the pcfuive duty of an adnuniftration prefiding over a commer free and numerous to he Thoroughly acquainted the ftate of its to acquire a AmbalTador at that and the Secretaries of State of this Printed for at in Pauls In tin andfptedily will be t VOLUME the I H i R of M E D I C A L OBSERVATIONS aid I N QJJ I R I E By a Society of PH v sic I A N s in Printed for in Where be the Firit and Second This day ivtu price THE WAYtoTHiNcsby to WORDS by THINGS Being a ketch of an attempt at the retrieval of theantient or primitive lan guage of To which is a fuccinft account of the or learned language of the Alfo EiTkys the one on the origin of mufical at the other on the Keal Secret cf the Printed fdr Davis and over againft GraysInnGatej be price fewed as Elftobs Rudiments of for the Saxon being the only Saxon Grammar in the Eng liilv Juft and in the EXPOSESucrintdeh seft eleve avec les pirccf A iranflatiori will be publifhed in a few Ofwhom may be Roufleaus works com in in 10 His Eloifa Lerter to the Archbiftiip of Contract So translated into The remainder of his works are in the and will be publifivd foon after J Next Month tvill L Printed on a fins and new in Four hrge Volumes in price bound A NEW EDITION of ECCLESIASTICAL By B Cliancellar of the Diocese of and one of his luitices of the Peace for the County of Printed Millar and fold by op pofite in the Of whom may be Burns Ecdtfialtical with the Appen dix and in z price Juitice of Peace and Pariih s Another in Another in 4 in 5 His Hiftory of the Poor with His Digeft of the Militia S T AT E L O T T E R NO five per and one pound paid more at tliefe oftkes for the chance of a twenty pound when than at any andtix pounds more than is paid in general j and lo in proportion in all the other Shares and chances of tickets are felling at the loweft the greateft va in thir and lixty regiftered and ex amined by at his Lottery at in near Lombardrlreet Dunilans Fleetttreet Harris in gold letters ever the Four blanks to a The blanks acd prizes to be transferrable annuities at the Bank of Eng bearing three per Any quantity of tickets at the loweft The Lottery begins drawing on Monday Tickets infured from being drawn blanks in the ti me of drawing fo that for three millings and fix a perfon may gain an undrawn ticket by re turning the value of a The public are defired to take that I j aru iemovedfrom my Ute Office in and have no conneirfbns Fsr the Utters Jigntd Fanner and Grazier laft To the PRINTER of the F we take even but a furvey of the prefent face of or only caft a rranfient glance on re reigning principles of the neilUer will afford a pleaiuig pro peft either to the Rich or the Poor were we to examine deeply into the equally provoking iu their and alarming in their It is fome neceflnry flvre in the interior police of their and to aifilr the msr chant in opening iarkets for fhs of thefe articles that fupport the indigent nor ends its public duty it clicitrtiily active in promoting the welfareof tie inferior clafs of It muft encourrge an eafy accefs to the petitions of appealing liftentn the of their trace the cf thir and ef fedually redrefs their wifdom and Simply to confine tlie iurecfit of fupe rior ranks within the limirs ef mirjilterial coniidcra is erroneous criminal in irs and defhuetive in its events j for the poor are the fole and abfolute bulwark of defence to the ftate and being they demand the preference of pro and an unremitted care of actingon this will not only fecursthe affcSion of the but perpetuate the inriepemlancy cf national glory motives that fhould chiefly rule the liearls of all Mj if in the leaft defirous of obtaining the cha racter of Patriots and Debtand depopulation fequences of and the fure ruin of a an indefatigable exertion of Itgiilarive po it ftriftly required to Itffen tlis Tvieboat i any injury to the latter and to the latter exclufive of the leaft sugrnentntion to the former whereby theabilityof dttVnce may be reftored to its original and the of mort gages reduced to the bounds of independent enjoy As neceflary tjieu as fuch meafures really are to effect thofe laudable it is our that we cannot trace a fnnie in ftance of minifterial wifdom to either of thefefalutary the abe rera that the victorious fwcrd was iBgloriouily to the prefent critical period of rrationni Whtre the fault lies is eafily who the authors need no Solomon to point out however wrong the meafures ofadminutrations may names are ftill and never mould ex ofsdto tlie j eye by any anonymous as it reflets on j his breedingas a and oroftitutes that li berty of the prefs which was nev T an debt nd a pulation are evih that precipitate the ruin of a is it not an effential duty to unite our endeavours in the immediate relief of thofe gram oSje6b and to adopt the etirlielt plans that promiJe a general good for new when taxes are ready are nothing more than fo many ad ditional links to cur former fetters j and when thiy are contrived on partial either to ihepre judice of or the oppreflim of the no wifeor free people whatever will palnvely admit their if even introduced papular fa or recommended by rtniefentative influ the of this every tax that aiiecls the common ncceflaries of inuft be rcialiy re moved and that the exigencies of Government might not be 5njacd by fuch a it if humbly that a taxation on thefevfra articles of Luxury and Ambition would amply their give the induftrious fhopkct per an op portunity to maintain his family with donieiiic con leflra the number of and prevent that multitude of imhappy wretchesfrom being annually tianported from their either voluntarily or War may juftify a burtlien levied on articles whereby the earnings cf the Poor may be proportionahy reijuiied to contri bute towaids defending rhe common cauf snd none but a traitor or enemy r his country would murmur at fuch a becanfe tht neccf ity of the times may reafonahiy demand a ex traordinary either in the credit of the pub lie or for the augmentntion of expuiiive troops but thefe imports mould be uiereiy tempo rary and at the inltant of peace they hould befpeedily or only continued to be enforced to u certain ihort Few articles of luxury are furrkiemly and many wholly ef cape the of ovr to the great dif and raortiiication of every Bri Plate to the uitbon limitarion of and to extent un wider principles of coJ would make no contetnpubie tion to the unlivery faddie race and ciogsof oairie many other tiiiags nr ailvsraof
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