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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 18, 1766, London, Middlesex tteer NOVEMBER 1766 i A K E By COMMAND of their the THEATRE in the HAY A THIS the i8ch of Ncrem ber w 1 be neiforwsd a ivew Comic LI S F R A V A G A N T Music comp fed by feveral celebrated G Th 1it Boxei to be put and no perfons tc be Emitted without whch will be dsli vredThis Day at the faid at half a guinea Firft Gallery Second Gullery By their MAJESTIES jje oerfofl whatlbever to be admitted behind the nor into the THie Fit ami Boxes will be opened at five To btgm at half an hour aftejfix oclock Vivant Rex and GOR moft humbly wqneit the Ndbihty and Gen to tUe Operss for the enfumg fea will pleaie to pay their fubfcnptions to Andrew Pruumoriii and at Charing It is humblydeiired that the Sub Boxes will to end to the Office of the laid a lilt of the name of the company bfijonainsto or fur filver tickers for tfcs preparing of the to be delivered to each jkbfcriber in D it U Y L A N A T li ROYAL in L N 1 ij a AY wi 11 be prefrnted The a I Ji G E if D A M A Powell by Harvard Murlt Aiclcin j Mr j by Tu which will be Hdded a new called NECK or N O 1 H i N Pit Uppui Places tor the to be taken of at the S C O V N r G A D a AT the THEATRE in CCVENT THIS DAY will be prefented The E A R L of ESS E Rofs Bur Walker Amierfun Rut Mifs Macklin Vincent the To which will ba added a new Pantomime Encercain menr two icenes excepted called HARLEQUIN DOCTOR FAUS Boxes 5 Pit Fidt Uupei Places for the boxes to be taken ot Sarjant at the AT the LITTLE THEATRE in the the igth of Signer PLACIDO s Coinpany will exhibit VAKIKTY NEW ver aftempfed by other Smgiiig by Mi and Vaulting on the lack fay Signor Spi Dancing by MiTs Ftrci sindMiU Tumbling by Signer a1d Signer Dancing on the tight rope by Mis Matter Signer Signer Signor and Signer Signora will dance on the tight withour tcuchiag it with her feet alfo play with the colours without a With leveral ieats ol octivlty never io England and variety of new lit aliohas aMonkey that exhibits the raoft furpri he walks and dances on the tiiilit rope ith the he and ba lances various on the with with out the lit vaults and turns the Katbcrine on the Ilick rope to This animai molt aiionhhing of the kind ever lias given wherever he ha ixhi The whxJe to conclude wivh a by Jylifs Pit Gllery Tlse ors to be at begin at hilf an hour aftcY iix Vivcint Rex To prsvent pi ic s to be taken at the Office of the to It is j humbly requested thi the who fake will fend iheir y ftve money Co be aiitr tiii curtain is drawn TURLINGTONs BALSAVl of MAR of Wiliiam and MAKY SOPJVboti and nowluc ot the true invntor and patentee of diat excellent ended Tuiiingtjiis Original of Life vojather with id his late nephew and jparrnerj hiVhsd t e tlrs inoit medicine fevera no uerfoi ac tjKTejf to jnonn flic and public ia that they csriy on Ttie bifin fs at the old the near the Royal Ex Change where he affured of having the Original and of Lif as hereto All others notorious STATE L O T T E R UMDRAWN and Chances are now felling hour of ihe irqni ff yen in the morniig till niere no fiye per is one pound more drawn in the tuan any fharesj and chances from be drawn by Srocltbroker at his Lottery at in and next Dnnftans Harris in gold letters over efa the time of drawing a variety of tickets fhares and FOUF blanks to a The blanks and pifres to be traiisferraWe annuities at the Bank of Eng three per per and South Sea with their feveral arid iJ kjnds of Government fecurides lought and fold by earn All letters from country pelt The public are dtlired to take removed from uiy late OiHce ij anc no CORNELYS begs leave to acquaint THE NOBILITY and SUBSCRIBERS to The SOCIETY in S OHOSou A That the firft Meeting will be on Thursday the aoth As the politenefsof the Gentlemen in lend ing their Tickets to the has been found pro ductive of a very difproportionate number of the lat tis thought more by the Ladies who patronize the for the La dies Tickets hall be transferable only and Gentlemens only fo Ladies and Gentlemens own chairs are to come to the door in Suttonftreet hackney chairs and carriages 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 pofitivi in their commands to their to fet them take them with their heads towards A General Meeting of the Merchants trading to North is defired at the Kingsarms taven in the ijth at eleven of the clcck in the WANTED within four mile of in a good he A very good family well with a good and convenient offices j iffoineland adjoin the more Any peifon having fuch to hear of an unexceptionable by diredting for at the Hamburgh in ueir the b T A I LOT T E R UNDRAWN Shares and now felling in ind by HAZARD and it their under the and at their houfe hi the numerkai and regifterbooks of ihe drawing ofthe lottery are Au liares and chances lold at theie offices will be ftampt with the and round HazarJj Lett Tickets and Shares registered at fix peace per and the account of their iuccefs icntto any part of Great All kinds of Governiuent Securities bought and fold by This day is price AConcife and Genuine ACCOUNT of the DISPUTE between HUME and ROUSSEAU With the letters that paffed them during their coruroveriy the letters of the Honourable Walpole and relative to this extraordinary Trinflattd from the F R V c Printed foY Becket and Di Surryltreet in the Of whom may be The Paris edition of the The Original Letters of and Rctiifleau will be dgp dted in thsKntilli 7his Day i Neatly pririled on a fine tftth is MAJ ESTYS THE COURT and CITY tlie Riders Corrpft Lilts of both Houfes of The Court and City Lilts of the Universities j all public Compiled y JOHN R i v I N G T O With many the addition of feveral New Printed for at the Biblsand Crown in Pauls Church Yard Clarke and and in London and in The Lifts may be had without an Alma Price Bz careful to alk for the REGISTER compiled by day is Bound in red with pockets for let price and with Englifh pnteotor German afss fki for temporaryinemoraiv KEARSLYs GENTLEMAN and TRADESMANS POCKET for the yesr 1767 cjn tiining fiftytwo ruled upon an entire new evidently inpcrior to all others for keeping ac coiiits in a concife method aJfo feveral other ufeful articles tables of The intrinfic of the feveral public with directions for and Enslifh money equated into and into Rules relating to bills ot Private marks for Tranf fer and dividend With many others equally but too numerous to mention in this id Pri ted for G at i in Ludgateftreet at Charingcrofs in Hoi born j Richardfon and under the Change j and Pnrker and in makes all forts of Morocco and Spanifh leather with and fteel locks initru meat and patent me in elegant and other bindings all of which he fliopkeepers or on the lowelt Balkervil fine Dutch and all forts of tationary A cu riou wit1 whit lines to write To the PRINTER of the G A Z E T T E E R iN the Care of Mrs symPfon tlie public has feen an inlhmce ofthe 6 anti regard to of the commifTioners for German where tliey have cnr defcended to honour them with the fligtireft and moJfc curfory I new produce a proof equally ftriking of their fteady adherence ta the prin zndfagaciij in without ever examining or taking any f tie cafe I CASE of STRUCHER and DEMAND upon the CROwN of GREAT on acccmnt of the late war in Germany O die faid in the county of fifty complete rations of Yor Comrrfiifary Hal fey promifed tht the CommuTariate Ihouldpay him at the rate of fourteen Durch ftivera per ration or for the ration of oats eight Itivers and an for the four reivers and for the ilraw one The carriges for this fervice to be furniOied by the andW forage to be delivered by in the whole quanrity delivered being to to the if it fliauld be dilcoveretl that bought regimental receiptswere rate of fourtsen Dutch rtivers and an half per The ration of oats at nine iisy at four and an and the LbSiv it one lliver all other ftipulations to be the fauie as in the tsn tract of the firft of December jml In order to fulfil thsfe Strucher and his pirfners direclly up ttnsiirlijes part of uhkli they paid for in and confirmed the purclrae of with a o1 of fo money as earnelt aRd then having cotnpleated their deliveries at thty toseJel in the Bifnoprick of twenty ration of tions of Itraw j at twenty eight lalts of and fourteen iaits of and ar fixtyfive lafts of and iourteen hits of barley in the whole ninetythree fait eight lads of each laft of cats containing bund red eighty eight and each h barley three hundred eighty To deliver this Strucher and applied to Commiflary Halfey for carrirgs ording u the exprefs tenour of their who gave them an order fra the regenzy of l cor C dominions of Pruffia for fifty carriages for tranfponing the fifty thoufenii rations to wheie they were to be delivered but all they could ever obtain from ihe faid on and repeated were only which were loaded and Jent to time vJO j U f tkat the more immediately prelimg ntcefiities of the lervice took up all the pQjfible to be at that Impatient of fuch the owners of the forage for which Strucher and or o3 and 28 bits of barley at Meppen and of aid rations of frrawat LTifi as before fet Upon is Strucher and applied Elliotfirt der to deliver this forage at Meppsn and as he hnd promifed but lie had l on the approach of the French and consequently told ordir Mr j tranfort this forage along with the Kings Magazine but before this coirid e dune tlis fefieJ themfelves ofthe whole country on the and gth of when they toJr l ii f l i 1 i v whom fwears pofitwely and expreisly to the quantities of oats and bariey at Meppen nnd SreMil tlie leveral houfts in which they were laid a the two in the fwearexprefsly and explicitly to the quantities of hay and at and about the Strucher and and that the faid forage was bought by their faid the fole intent purpofe of fulfilling this and all that the of the and barley except the two Jalis of barley beforemeniiooed was ckn and carried away by ihe on their poflffling themielves ofthe on the iJth and of July as before1 This amounting to rations of oats and rations of and 1 ration Tor to r j for day is Dedicated to his Grace the Duke of Northumberland FART Containing the religious Tenets of the and illustrated with five curious and Explanatory price NTERESTING HISTORICAL relative to the Provinces of and the Empire of By H O L W E L Efq Printed for Becket and De near in the Of whom may be price Dedicated to the Right Charles Part of the above the Second Edition and iilultrated with four of the Sketches of the Countries treated ns being necefTary to the more already of rhis The four copperplates mny be had price to complete the fetts of thole who bought The author i brows out thefe in hopes that thofe gentenun who he knoivs are fefled of iuflicicnt materials will oblige th public a correct Nfcp of thole of at nine Dutch ftivert per ration for thu oais and b Itiveis per one iviver per ration tor the the prices fpecified in the comes to By deducing from which what the carriage to Greven would have coft 4097 The rerrsming lofi is Befidethe above the faid Strucher and have a demand of for 710 rations of and 41 rations of delivtred to the upon this according to his and of and for 1480 rations of taken from them by the corps of Hanoverian Light un der the command of according to his receipt 9 This account amounting in the whole to was dejivered in at the Office of Controul at in the month of November but though Strucher and follicited payment in the moit preffing they could never prevail to have the examination of it even entered till order was iiFued for bringing all the derman to be laid before Commiffioners in In obedience to this ordtr the account was accordingly delivered in to MIS aid CcmmifibnTs on the of November with an additional charge of intcrclt rims it been deUvered in at the Office of at being juit one whiJi ac ih rat of 5 per per amounted to and made their whole demand To be eou Letters received Public Simon Ihe ContiwHirioa of ihe Exposition cj the Cant ejl between t awed Ike letter beginning ivitb The to the letter ofyeJlerJty in tie id line oj the en ihe jrge not In the id paragraph of the in the Lift for afk of real In Clsricuss letter for read Calvinills for niid Ytjierday arrive d the mails from An exprefs having arrived at Court the day before about nine in the wiih advice that our new Queen was at the Prince and tlie Prince of fet cut even yelterday ing to receive Iheir Majellits leit about one in and at four arrived in the fame at the caiiie cf wheri the two Queen Princefs and a great number of the nobility cf iex were aflem The Queen wasreceived with the greatelt marks of foon nfer Kit down to the two Dowser vjl wjl at ti AH theperfonsof ot her and ctier King expreires ins isfa hon I he dn ih bejjinoa the On a and the river Qu tl 1 r von
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