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   Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 15, 1766, London, Middlesex                                and t i S A T U R D N E M B E R H A Y W A R ft E COMMAND of their T THEATRE in the 1HIS the wil be performed a New Serious RAKESARNE GRAN be Munc compofed by feveral celebrated Coni With new new and new PiMnd Boxes to be put and no perfons Jbfe be admitted without wbch will bs deli at the faid at half a guinea Firft Ciallery Sepond Gallery By their MA JE S TIE S perfon whatsoever to oe admitted behind the nor into the Pit andBoxes will be opened at five To begin at half an after fix oclock Vivant Rex and GOR humbly requeft the Nobijity and Gen Subfcnbtrs to the Operas for the enfuing fea will pleafe to pay their fubfcriptions to Andrew Drufpiooiu and at Charing It u humbly defired that the Subfcribers to the Boxes will pleafe to fend to the Office of the a lift of the names of the company belonging to their or for filver tickets for the preparing of the to be delivered to each ivbtariberin On nexl will be performed a new comic called LA BUONA D H 0 R Y L A N AT the THEATRE ROYAL in THIS DAY will be prefented The F A I R P E N I T E N Havard Holland Lo fiOj Powell Packer j Y A T E To which Will be The OLD Cautherley Harlow by Packer 5 Baddeley Har Mifs Pope Mifs Ben Itaxet Pit Firft Upper the boxes to be taken of at f the COV B N T G A R D E THEATRE in COVENT THIS DAY will be prefented MAN IN HIS Smith Old by Gibfon fonng Dyer j Mat Woodward Msfter Shuter Mafter by jGulking IpitiCji Dunftall Bnck j Cobs Jftttj Dawe Mifs With THQMAS and Soxes Pit Firft Upper Places for tfieboxet to be taken of Sarjant at the T the LIT TUB THSATM in the HAYMAR on fcfconday the i7th of exhibit Vaulting eja thefltck rope by Signer Gaitanoand Signer Spi Dancing by Mifs Ferci and Mils Tumbling by Jtenor Mr and Algnor Dancing on the tight by Mifs Sjgnor Signer Sigaoca Signer and Signer Signor Ferci will jump over a cane with out on the tight With feveral feats of aftivity never feen in England and variety juw a Monkey that the moft fog and divert ing he walks and dance with two boys his on the tight rope with the pole be balances various and Tolls a wheelbarrow with dog in it the and without the polo he vaults and turns the sinewheel on the flack rope so This ani JtuliE the mottaftdniftiinzof the kind ever given general 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 hour after fix Vivant Rex J To prevent places to be the Office of the from nine to Iris Jsumbly requeued that the who take will fend their fervants by five No money to be returned after the curtain drawn N LISTS for With Crefts and Mottos finely engraved above three thoufand names not the other books of this kind corrected at the arid by feveralMembers of Parliament and upon a new and more extenfive plan than any hitherto offered to the On Tutfday next tvill Pfice or with an Almanack rtTttlE ROYAL KALENDER correcl Au NUAL REGISTER for and i t i 3and Cjgtumag anJ correct of both of TarUament j all the ftate and public of in the and different parts of the kingdom with many addhionallifts extremely never before all the and revenue officers in Together with accurate lifts of both and all the Jaw and revenue officers A compleat and penfioaers upan the Infli eftablilh month end an number feen by reading the which is very accurate add The Arranged in a manner more diftinct and me than was ever before for ccadiUyj and and Fellt in Paternofter Law in AvetaartaUne Strand j Kearfteyj ieftreet and at the 3tchanjei in in the Strand all other bcjokfirllers m town and Be theRoyal Kaiendarj being the only book which contains Supporters e the aM i ti of Ireland and Scoti zow CORNELYSbegs leave to acquaint THE NOBILITY and S U B S C R I B E R S to The SOCIETY in SoHOSow Hiat the firft Meeting will be on Thurfday the As the politenefsof the Gentlemen in lend ing their Tickets to the has been fouiiH pro ductive of a very number of the lat tis thought more by the Ladtet who patronise the for La Tickets hall be transferable only and Gentlemens only to STATE THE Shares of and Shares of are fold in quar and by HAZARD and at their State Lottery under the and at their houfe in Ludgate Tickets and Shares regiftered atfixpence per and the earlieil account of their fuccefs wnt to any part of Great All and chances old at thefe offices will be ftampt with the and round HavartPs Lottery All letters poftpaid duly The Lottery be fins drawing on Monday the i7th of this our blanks to a kinds of Government Securities bought and fold by STATE NO five per deducted from the mares and and but fix pounds from the inltead of ten netwithttanding they are fold at the loweft in the greataft examined and paid as foon by WEN HAM and st their State Lottery in ths Poul facing and wsre drawn prizes of ten tboufand pounds each in the laft and feld at this Schemes of the Lottery given gratis letters poftpaid duly Our bers of may depend on their having their and on the moft rea fonable and the money remitted them for the prizes and blanks as foon as drawn all hufinefs relating to the Lottery tranfafted witlfthe greatett care and drawing of the Lottery wil begin on Monday I T E A i66 Shares of Tickets and are JL bid by M ADD IS fucceffor to at the oldeft StateLottery Chariug behind the King on Harteback vrhere the largelt prizes have generally been fold and Jhared the true regifterof and all forirrer is kept at this where adventurtrs entering the numbers of their are fure having the moft fpeedy and of the fuccefs lent to any part of the The money for the prizes and haresand will le office as foon as The prizes and blanks to be trans ferrable annuities atthe Bank of bearing three per per All kinds of government fecurities are there tranfatted by and let ters punctually This Lottery will begm drawing the ith of in whith there are four blanks to a STATE and Chances of are X fold in great variety by BKOOKSBANK and Stock at their Lottery the corner of the back of the Royal Exchange where fever capital prizes have bten fliared and particularly a prize of in the nrlt 1763 a prize of of in the Jfecend aad the laft and in the lottery Schemes oi the Lottery given The money for the prizes and hares and will be at this office as foon as The prizes and blanks to be transferrable annuities at the Bank oF bearing 3 peiy The lottery IJNtons drawing on Monday A correft Numerical and Regifter Book is here where tickets are and the earlieft account of their fuccefe feitt to any part of Britain or All kinds of Government Se curities bought and fold by Letters poft paid punctually STATE NO five per and one pound paid more at thefe offices for the chance of a twenty pound when than at any and fix pounds more than is paid in general and fo in proportion in all Ihrother Shares and chances oftickets are felling at the loweft and the greateft va thir and uxty regiftered and ex amined gratis by at his in near Lombardflreet and next Dunftans Harris in goldietters over the Four blanks to a The planks and prizes to be transferable annuities at the Bank of Eng bearing three per per Any quantity of tickets at the loweft The Lottery begins drawing on Moaday Tickets infured from being in the ti me of drawing fo that for three fhillixgs and fix pence a perfon may gain an undrawn ticket turning tbe value oi a The public are defired to take that I am removed from my late Office in and have no connections STATE L O T T E R Begins drawing on Monday the RICHARDS andJGoiat Lottery next to the Crorslteys Woi beg leave to allure the that they take no deduction whatever from hares of tickets fold at tfiis Office and nofive per nor ten front the By this entire new plaa the moft advantageous ever offered to the public all per fons who purchafe of will be paid pounds more for a twenty pound and the higheft prizes upwards of five hundred and are feihng in great variety of and will continue to be fold during the and infured from Our Retiiter and Numerical Books are kept with the greatttft and will be fettled and checquederery evening by the Cbramifiianers Lift of j p may depend cm ksow on g aiiaZcouHt Ant to A General Meeting of the Merchants fHorth is defired at the Kingsarms taWri in on Welnefday the ejeveti of the clock in the T haberdaihery and ttefy at the Sun and Star in Tavif the manner of called BRODEJR AU fo much approved of by the la is taught in the heft maijner by Mrs Broughton tjfcemoft reafonible Any lady defirous of rucled in the may be waited upon at wn Milliuerj enteetelt B L 1 N U U 1 T K TUST a large at U O D s Original Jl Butter Warehrtufe in remarka Wf the beft that country in and mall the beft fort not of the Engliih butter the fame fort wtil be continued the above warehouie all the wintar and for the convenience private familes will be put into eight to twenty ponnds in a which will keep it fweet and good to The prices are as foHows The beft Dublin butter par good at per and fent to any part of the town any expeHce to tlie buyer with all other forts cf Englifh butter and cheefe atthe oweft All orders by letter will be duly complied with as foon as public may befupplied with Afiy quantity of butter or cheefe on the beft DQP onthe To GENTLEMEN C9nctrutd in A Perfon has a fon about thirteen of on he has bellowed an exceeding good edu cation he is extremely well very ingeni and of an temper In about a years will be inclined to put him out for a certain and where there is a probability of a good future The perlon who adver tiftt fhis is quite unacqoainted with trade and its coiwreclions is therefore at a lofs how TO difpofe of youth abovementioned in a manner everyway agreeable to his The ituatiou he wifkes him placed in is ucft as promifes daring the term of fer vice very c jnftant and a Jood example and at the expiration ot fuch ler a profpect of being conntfted with his mafter fomething not merely eventual provided only his has been fuch4is foren him Premium will be the kaft thing advertiler begs leave to fohcit the acvce any per on conversant in tnrf workof that may chance to fee this and as the few intervening motif s renders it not an object of it will be efteeoted particularly frieadly if any gentleman will give himfelf the trou ble to faroifr the adyertlfer with his or re commend any particular branch of trade that ap pears eligible and in fingalar requsft attribute the improprieties to the weaknels of a pa rather than an impertinent iucIinHtion to give Letters dhrefted to at Sams will be conveyed to the This day price WAY toTHJNGsby to WORDS by THINOS Being a fkrch of an attempt at retrieval of the antient or primitive Ian guage of To which is a fucciud accouftt of the or learned language of the Alfo two the one on the origin of mulkal weights the other on the Real Secret of the Printed for Davis and over againft Where may be price fewed as Rudiments of for the Saxon being the only Saxon Grammar in theEng lifh This Day is Price Half a Guinea in A TRANSLATION of the FIRST THREI BOOKS of A N T I L U C R E T IU Infciibed to her M A J E S T By of the Middle Efq This publication is defignedtoaccornmodatethofe who may chufe to have the Tranflation of AntiLu cretjus feparate from Cannings original com The jjurchafers of thre edition are that the fifth and iixth will befpubliflied on the firft ef next and the and ninth which conclude the on the firft of January mated for the Author and fold by Dodfleyv T and Richardfon and Subfcriptions for the whole eonfifting of Orijgtnal Imitations of the and an ennrre Tranflation of Ami are received bjr fhebpniltielJers abovemen tjoned of whom may be1 had Prbpofals at large j as aHo by the who may be directed to at tfie Grecian orfpoken with at his in Middle It is requeited of jwho intend him the honour fo favour him withtheirfubfcriptions in the courfe of the prefent or of that next enfuing j as the Fird Volume will be publiflied punc tually mJaViurary naxtj which is the time appointed in the conditions annexed to the Propofals Ibis day is Pttiili Dedicated tohis Grace the of PART Containing the religious of the Bramins and illurtrated with five and Explanatory price INTERESTIMG HISTORICAL to the of and the Empire I N b o s TVA N By H O L W E L Efq Prjlnted for Becket and near in the whom may be price Dedicated to the Right Honi Charles of the above the Second Edition with and illuftrared with four of Sketches of the Countries treated as being neceifary to the more already underftahding the ubj efts of this The four copperplates may be had price to complete the fetts of thofe who bought the firft The author throws out thefe in hopes that thafe gentlemtn who he knows are pof fufficient materials vyjll oblige with a ejirrecTMap of tkofe or of a vr the of Original Trintfid for Grilfoij Catherine im he This In or By C HU R C rf I L Printed for John to the Where may be with a Dedication to the Bifliop of by the above In two pocket price A beautiful E D i T t being the F o tf a t of SERMONS to YOUWG WOMEN i By JAMES Printed for MUlar and to Strand inPallmalij and Paternofter To PHILO LliTTER is think fisrioitflyof the two great yefter day theyrartf reach and compafjiTije infant parifh poor as an ohjeft re as it arifes from the humanity aatf pvatrtotifijiof As to the leflef inconveniences from tie marriage of let induftry be promotedori the part of the woman a well as the and it will rather give occafion for the encreafe of our humanity and reli ligious when they want our than in volve USfa any To fuppofe that the ex ercife of humanity in relieving ofncrs when we caii do is a is to fuppofe there is no fleafurg m So to imagine tftat either lex will become thievesbecaufe they are tttougli experience may warrant this belief in feme n h upon the whole abfurd to it as a rule of Their bread depending on their iriheyare difcharged orbecome to the if their the greater will be their Our pitriotiim and love of liberty cannot be played without actions fuitable to the great and ge nerons purpofes in which4 the facrifice even of life itfelf may be chearfully made much more a trifling inconvenience occafionally We hall the caufe of humanity we hall fecure tojour by the ties of thofe whofe Cervices we as one of tlie chief com forts of Were we to countenance tTlrriage4 or not countenance otir fervants would be much better than they are we fliould be better oorfelves and the would receive the advantage of If marriages or do not encreafe witli the en creafe of the inhabitants in our great cities if da meftic fervants are kept in a fbteof celibacy if the air of London in genera is1 improper lor children an account of the fulphur of and efpeclally where houfes and apartments are clofe and fined j if va nity in the parade of Irfe encreafes amongthe mid dling and higher ranks of the people if the inha bitants become Vicious by thefe will prevent and births they will en treafe even on this healthy we muft not beturprized at feeing a great diminution without an immediate plan in view as a means of promoting a or preventing an tviJ feems a vain I am well that a twentieth part of thfbuiiaU here may be ftruck off the account at in the ingle atticJe of the fant from hence we maygo on to in fpeft theftate cf the other and mow them the way to preferve their children better than they do but we muftgivethem fuch advice and fuch affiftl ance as they ftand in need c The next Itep would be to encourage marriage among the lower clafles of the people in ei ther by rendering the fuppoit of life or by fpme mark of pecuniaryrewards or advantageous if not from the public by private men of fortune on their own upon the principle of the Jtti This among the ancient tf hewing a diftinftion to the fa therwlio Had three adtJed greatly to the glory ef their firft promoting Which prevented the violation of other mess rights and next by checking the growth of proftitution and the evils confeqnent and by the labour and defencearifing from the encreafe of their num And would ibey have made fuch alaw if they had fufJered any orphan or other child to die fwr want Would thy have fufFered to be accepted as a fum adequate to the fupport of a child If this fum were always confidered as fo much in and as much as the party could and referved acred to the we could not reafonafely complain j but then half as much more would be added to it for nurfinga child for t wo not the ivheli But if fuch a pittance is accepted from perfons of fupe rior abilities j if any confiderable part of it is pur loined or other ufes if it is fought for as a kind of though party receiving is charged with a it then appears as a cukom of fuch barbarous that Humanity tarts hack at the Liberty turns pale and and Pagan Patriotifm derides our chriftian 1 your moft obedient J H A W A To the BRINTER of the fEEK Tie dejirts of the Ptiixet of neither nor dtjertt can flop j nor tbe founds f perate Evripe from AJia or IN agriculture is inthehigheft efteent jfaft the whofe profeflion the moft neceifary fgr the has large priVileaef W   

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