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   Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 17, 1766, London, Middlesex                                By COMMAND of their X T the KINGS THEATRE m the HAY A the iSth of Novem ferTwill bfe performed a Mew Comic G 3L I S T R A V A G N T The MUSIC xxmpofed by feveral celebrated With new Pit arid be andiio nerlons be admitted without whch will be deli vered the faid at ha fa guinea cich Firft Gallery Second Gallery By their M A J E S TIES perfon to he admitted behind the nor into the The Pit andBoxes be opened at five To begin at CRAWFORD and GOR moft humbly Nobility and Gen Subfcribers to the Ofceraafor the enfumg fea fon will pleafeto pay their frbfcnptions to r Drummond and t at Charing It is humbly defied that the Subfcribers to the Boxes will tiLeife to fend to the Office of the fcid a lift df thenames of the company belonging their for filver for the preparing of to be delivered to each fuhicriber in t x f LA M B A T the ROYAL in DRXJRY A THIS DAY wil be prefented The CLANDESTINE The principal parts by Mr Mfs Mifs Abing and With With the HE R MI Boxes Pit js Firft Places for the boxes to be taken of at the O V E N f O D ii AT the TitEATRE in COVENT DAY will be prefented KING H E N R Y fie The SMITH Archhifhop of Walker Younger Weftmore SHUTER Pitt To which will be ThePROCESSlON from the ABBEYat the With the Reprefentatiqn of and the T tlie LITTLE in the HAVMAR the ijth of PLACIDOs Company will exhibit VARIETY of NEW PER FORM Never attempted Singing by Keen and Vaulting on the flack rope by Signor Gauano and Sjenor Spi Dancing by Mifs Ferci and Mifs Tiftnbling by Signer and Signor Dancing on the tight rope by Mifs Matter Signor Signor Signer andSignor Signor Ferci will jump over cane with out a on the tight With activity never feen in England of new He alfohas aMonkey thafranibitstheraqft furpri fingrinddivei tingptrformaacew he walks anddancts with two boys tied to his ofc tlw tightrope with the pole he Iwlances various and rolls a wheelbarrow with a dog in it 0n the with antl without the pole lie vaults and turnsHhe Kathe rme wheel on the flack rope to This ani the the kind ever and has given general fatisfaction wherever he has exhi The whole to conclude with a hornpipe by Mifs Boxes Pit Gallery doors to be opened at and begin at half in hour after fix Vjvant Rex To prevent pkces to be taken at the Office of the from nine to Itij humbly requefted that the who take will fend by five No money to be returned after the curtain is drawn TURLINGTONS BALSAM of MARTHA widow of William and MARY both and noivfuc of the late Robert inventor and patentee of molt excellent called Turlington s Original Balfam of togejher With the laid William his late nephew and have preparing this molt excellent medicine iiveral no otner perfon being ac quainted beg to inform the mer and public in that tliey carry on the bufinsfs at the old the near the Royal Ex change where 1 ptrfons may be allured of having and Genuine Balfam of as hereto All ocbers are notorious R in JDuke near Lincolns his advice and afiiltarice to per wkh Riipiures and stfo to thofe who are fptmfortinatas to have any deformity or iame nefsin their body or Hiving been 25 years Aftitantfurgpn to tjie Roy a Hofpital at he has ieeo great variety of above and the method of curing or relieving them by the mcft eminent He flatters himfelf thei e that experience he is capable oi giving as much atfiltance an Jtlief in ail fuch as their ofj conforminghimfelf to re gular without prt teutons to any fecret or peculiar And that fuch may nor be neofTity of difcofing thofe infirmities which they would wifb to be concealed to any he has engaged in his fervice the principal hands ployed by the late trufsand inftrujnent jnaker to Greenwich orvl Navy and inake all foru of eUriic lee trulfei and bjndsKK i ftiunients for broken heed knee and according to the latufc i C O R N E L Y S begs leawe acquaint nriHE NOBILITY and X S S C R I B S to The SOCIETY in That the firft Meeting will be on Thuriday the As the the Gentlemen iiylend their Tickets to the has been found pro ductive of a very difprogortionate number of the lat tis thought more by the Ladies who patronize the for the La dies Tickets ihall DC transferable only and Gentlernens only to Ladies and Gentlernens own chairs are to come to the door in Suttpnftrett hackney chairs carnages to the doors in Sohofquare and to prevent any danger to and damage to their carriages and cattle Ladies and Gentlemen are intreated to be pafittve in their to fet thtrn an 4 take them with their horfes heads This day is In price Six Shillings THE ART of MIDWIFRY reduced to PRIN CIPLES in which are explained the moll fafe and Methods of m each kind of Delivery With a SUMMARY HISTORY of the Translated from the French Original by the late A Royal Profeflbr or Phyfic at and Phyficran to the Drench To which is added an by the TraniTator contain ing illuftrative on Canception and Pieg on thofe Particulars taught by that vary from the methods adopted by trie beft Accouchers here in which a Comparrtcm be the French andfingUfhPraftke is for Bookfeller to his oppelite Catherineftreet in the Next month will be the Third and Lait Volume of Afrrucs Treadle on the Dif eafes of Next Montfr will be Printed on a fine paper and new in Four large Volumes in price bound A NEW EDITION of EC C LE S I A T I C A L By of the Diocefe of and one of his Majeltys Juftices of the for the County o Printed for Millar and fold by op pofite in the Of svhonv may be Burns EcclefiMical with the Appen dix and in a price ii Hh Juftice of Peace and Parifli 1 Another in Another in Another in t His the with Hs Dipeft of C O R R E C T L I S T S for With Ciefts and MotUs finely engraved Containing above three thouAiyLjiwwSliot in other bojks of this and by feveral arid upon a new and more extenMpPwfeJua any hitherto offered to Toiflorrew will ujitb the new Members Price or with an Almanack THE ROYAL KALRNDER corred AN NUAL for and Ireland Containing anJ correct lifts of both Houfes of Parliament all the Itate and public ot at the in the and different parts of the kingdom j with many additional lifts extremely never before all the and revenue officers In Sdotland Together with accurate lifts of both Houfes ani al the law and revenue officers in A compleat and corre6t lift of the penfionersupan the Irtfh eitablifli to the prefeut month and an infinite number of othenew as may he feen by reading the index which is very accitrare add coin The whole arranged in amanner more diftinct and me than was ever before Printed for oppofite Rohinfon and Wilfon and and in 5 Law in Avemarialane j took of to Millar in the Strand j inLudgafettreet 5 RicharJfsn and at the Royal Exchange and all other bookfellers in towyj and Be to afk for the Royal that being the only book which Supporters to the the additional lilts of Ireland and Scot and is correcledat the Imported by PAUL tonltreet in the aux Aaftrales i IN this book is contained the cample at eft ace mat of the collected jrem the fcvtral navi who feeti and landed on aVoyage en France en 4 Hiltoire de la Maifon de 5 ii iz r du Princede i Eflai fur La f Le Cuiiinier Le Gonfervateur de la de Traite Bons de fuivi dun Eflai fur la Sculp des Couleurj pour la Peinture en precede de TArt de Hiftoire Critique de ou des 2 Rhetorique Elite de Poefies 2 Grammaire par 2 de Leffipg en Allemand avec une tion Cholxdepjefies 4 de Henry avec fes i Maihsurs de i Memoirejde a Hiltoire de Reine atbrefiek a i With many new 1 1 9 S T AvT E LOT T E R 1766 T TNDRAWN Shares ani are now felling in and fixtienths by HAZARD at their under the and at their houfa in where the numerical the lotteiy are All mares jtnd chances foid at will be With the and round Hazards Tickets and Shares regiftered at fix pence per and the earljci account of their fuccefs fentto any of Great All kinds of Governmeiit Scuritiei bougiit and fold by STATE L O T T E UNDRAWN Shares and are now felling warranted hour of the from feven in the morning till eleven at where no fivj per is and one pound more when drawn in thi any where Kinreif chances injured from be ing drawii by at his Lottery at in next Lombardlireet and next Dunftans Harris in gold letters over the Here during the time of a great variety of tickets b ires and Four blanks to a The blanks ami prizes to be annuities at the Hank of Eng bearing tlyae per per and Soiiih Sea with tliair feveral bjnds Navy and Victualling and all kinds of Government TiCuritits bought and ibid by Ail lettcca from tovni or country poft paid duly The public arc delired to that I am removed from my late Qtlice in and have no conneCrioas Tfiis is uUifo In Two PO E M Printedfor John Iixcutor to the late and Grays Where may be a Volume with a Dedication to the Bifhop of by the above A A iir The poorell people will have of the fineil or yet the feccnd or houmold bread is moft wholefome o the labourer j it keeps is and iias every benefit to Let us keep ftriclly to fadls in our refcarches upon this Facis lead us to the true principles of the prefent Vifionary like would bewilder It is not confurner nor the grower that iruft be confidered it is both and likewife another fet of men who become let them Be ever fo nuch middle men call then or what they Thefe are more nsceffary at firft may appear to many They as they ought to a decent by this city vithall forts ofprovifions from every part Where corn is they buy it up for a better marked This enables them to fell The grower is benefited the confua er i He has nei ther time nor to know to go to the beft He mult as hi next ucigiibour fells to him and the difcouragement of I take to at one ef great eft cnufes of the fcaicity we feel i and would do well to confider this before they every illgrounded agaiiiit I hall conclude with mentioning my opinion of the and thut merely frsm We are rather brre cf buti we enough for our and to The forl the inofl heen labourers and tlie raimtrs have not been able 10 get ufual quantity threfhed Tlie ccrnfridtors have been difcouraged from leamobs be the cowntrj and tluir property in vaded j bread has been dearer within thefc few and yet not a murmur heard Wlence ail this riot the caufesl affignedj a outcry raifed by wenk or illdefigning and ripened into rrufcimf by he emifuiics of thoie tiie J mies to the peace of The followini Uif put in probahlv in the of future To no i ccupy a unlefs it was his own above per an num And that a ad fhould be levied upon nil To the PRINTER of the HAVE heretofore hvl to that whenever any cauie of there never fails to apjvar a of o blow up the to kinule the of fedition and A gain ft I would defire my to be upon tlieir For the moft jparttliey are either weak or wicked very indiffe rentcounfellcrs to be The I donbt intend but being zeal ouruns ibeir The otiier clafs more they intend us caufts of cnmpLants are for the moll part at may eafily Ne happiriefs of the or the of is no part of their To io foi the molt are conceseJ enemies to the hajpinefs of and either volunteers in or the mercenary writers of our What pains did tlit writers of tiiis complexion take laft winter to fet us at variance with our Ame rican brethren How happy would thefe have could tiey Inve us engaged in open hostilities againft one where a 1 every acred had fie foundation of concord and never to Le violated vsuhout This was happily defeated by the fteadinefs arid good fenfe of the late The Amtrican conteft had no fooncr than up ftam aaotter cbjedl of By the pubiic it would appear to impai rial that we wanted 1 that our people were trade famine at our and a per pstual bhlt enrailed on fhe produce of the The iame public prints that for a to fee the feats of a four alum ca pable of fuppcrting ninny wjrh are very modcftly Were we in this Starving we io much loll to humanity as to gratify our curiofity at an expence that would tnnkc a do zen people happy Forbid the Wndom Improvicknce on one Avarice en ihe have brought us inlo feme temporary but we have bread and to We want Virtue Frugality more than We have enough within liipply alour Wants j and my chief concern that tlie injudicious or ini quitous clamcnrs cf thofe who the public papers with imprudent rruy not bias the free opinion of thole who are now met to deliberate on the common Who are thoe who have been the ringlcrdeis in xl thofe riots Were as svanted or fuch as would have been pleafsd to enjoy benefit at the expence of others la bours The judicial hearings of thefe affairs willfoon determine this circumftance 5 and I want not to ag gravate the eraof national juftice again t the diftur bers of Let bear in that b mapy proofs have that our enemies are to create divifions amongtt us for their own that we can never be too our guard againft their fecret machiua Is it a proof that we want when the mcft fcrable we meet wiih in the itreets are ubqve eating g od bread are who could for their own and for pabiic be to both kinds in tlisir Paons but the cannot v For the multitude of horfes kept inthi daily vvili ever mke in proportion to The tax arilirig ispon liorfes to be emplDyrd ia raifing public from whence the poor hall be fupplied with bread corn at a either by the failure of c ops or corn rifes beyond a certain Thefe granaries will rjways be a upon the farmer they will always afford tison otca to thslaborious poor and tic then be beft provided for aid by entitled j and To the liUNTEK c reflffllitis on le happy cf union harmony Brians wort efpcciaily in re prefir vuitb a bhi nrds the immediate end a as ivcll as e a lily to be obtained in of our Funds and cf he kittg AT a time when nl interior pans of our country have been rtbsiiouiy and all hvv and nyal fi trani pled by a fet cf abandciied who have daringly committed the nioft burning clovvn deilroying corn tonly throwing the very wheat thry to bj ftarving for by whole the of many rrorthy public aiui private ptrlbns tluipjoper ties their goods Uclen to the and by the hands of the moft profligate and rebellious mtbi ex paternal tcndernefs aho of cur ry grades even after he had Ihewn by proclamation his concern and affeftion for his fsar fubjeils whenever tjicy diftrciTedj and had even itretclud his and prerogative to do all that hs could do in order to alleviate their and to rtducs the extravagant prices of bread and utiisr com mon necefftries of to all the moderation within their power to until feme law is fa bricated oy the wifdom of pnriiainnt in fo extraordinary a juncluias I furely high rim6 for M and 1 ft fn to toy afide every jtMouy and animo that a perftft union ior the com mon good of the whole may lake among all great znd good men who arc mined to do their utmoit in favour lupport of their and to exert their beft einla vtsurs for the future relief of for the true intereft and of and on which our the em ployment and fupport of our mechanical pser in fo Union and harinony thus and fuch favour of trdfttt vigotoufly carried a totji top hdnp put to monepcliziiig no be the firfi means to maker us liajjny it and at time properly by every As to the aggrandizement of rc in iny humble be Hiortr eli or politically ihrn he raifnig by riiyof parliament in and in the year tight on the fame Bills cany ing a daily and perpetual ktvour of the who are holder of I   

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