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   Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 20, 1766, London, Middlesex                                in the HAY on Saturday the aid of No Hew GRAN MO GO by celebrated andno perfbns He adm Jtfobihty and Gen for the eifcing fca pay to t at Charing that the Subfcriben the of the Company faid tc be delwertd to each a NewComic JL A fcOYAL be WE R j Burton j SeafcuuU ty at COV B N T COMMAJ4P of their MAJESTTfiS T the THATRE hit id appejrapfee on Safer Walker o the of Company will exhibit VARIETY of Never attempted byr othet Singling by MI and Mrt Vaulting ftp rope by Signer Gaitano aridSigrior Spi Dancing by Mifa Ferci and Mifs Vby Signer and Daucingpn the tight rope by 1 j i i J witUouetpacfiikigl1 with her feet nTty of aftlvityneVerfeen ana vanetyr Vibhai aMonkpy that exhibits moft furpri drfivertiBgoerForinances he wjrtks and dancer the tight rope With the pole j he and ba ten the le he vaultsand tumi the Katherine tlie to animal ft of the kind nd has RfiSfirflliQn wherSYef he exhi Tne whole to with a hornpipe by Boxer The doors toUe and begin sit half nhoUr after fix Vivant uuftakesv places to be taken ait ke gf the to It is that the who will fehdtheiF feryants by five r money to be returned after the cvirtain is DM it pu6HJKttit ffles i QME OBSBRVATIOMS upon ettiivg the A S S I of B RE A to of alt partifuiarty at this for Kearfly at m may be AsImpartial View of Engllfh price ife in red with pockets for let price and with Englilh patent or temporary and TRADESMANS 1767 oon upatt ah entire nevv fteriortoaU others for keeping ac counts 1A a Concife method feveral uftfii SfCKJtesj tabesof The intfinfic valur of public with dlreSHonV to fejlmgj oiQney equated into and Irifh into relating to feifhff Triyate for Tranf fer iftd pany ofberi but too to mention in this ad That COR N E L leave to 01 and SdtJBS C JtI BlFli Sit5 O E T the firft Meeting will be THIS the As the polittnefaof lettd nfJrheir Tickets trf die fofind dattive ota aombirof tistiwugbt La the Xa liei and Ladkt and owincttairt areto come to the door in fetttJtney chairs aa4 to tHrdeofs in and fib KOVtnt any danger damageto heir carriages and are iotreated to be their to fet them domu inl take them with hwrfeft heads towards A T t O T T K R UNDRAWN are now HAZARD and Sttfck at and at their iiMHci in where and regifterbooks of the drawfegpfthe Joiftery are AH dares and chances Aefe bfSfes be Kampt with the and round Tickets and Shahs rtgiftared at fix and theearfieftaccpuntof their any part of Great Aft of Government Securities bought an 1 bUi by STATE and Stock X at thinr the corner the back of the are now felling tick fhveraad in At whofe Office ftverai capital prizes Jtave ffiared an4 pardetilarlp a prize of in the hrft a prize of in the feeend j inthe lottery 1765 j and firit and price m the prefent Tickets and fliarea i and the ear Ittft account of Uieirfviicefs feat to any part o Great AUletfrfs poltpaid and all govirninentlecurities bought andioid yyp T unuc to warrahted night mpft or deje r yE R at thtir Old con and hour of the day4 from morning til UiaAving of on the AS they take no per ion fold this B i L sf areJefired to meet oft onytxy precifeiy at PR EN0 smd CRI MERCATOR EXTR AOR DINARY and AT is true of a private inuflr be trae of a rtiilliort of pri vate families all fpHowing the farae with few exceptions Our forefathrrs grew rich Will their attone period was ndt confideted any at the of it will ap a and Wrtb gnard children poverty cannot continue to enjoy what we confuiarbeyond the reach of natural nor remaini opulent at ttnrnea Extrava gancy lead us into the temptation of preying upon ejacli is thing we ought I moft to guard ourftlves la dif truftof vinue itftomethnes the beft preservative a I gninft vice r and in otur public capacity we flwuld r wiifh I It but pay as hurcs ead jtf unHgrfcal Books raty de pendeU at they areexaniiited and chsojued every evening by the 1 icktts infartd to acquaint thelsfo brlity aijd tliat fte on the fs of her late hufb at her houfe th CoVeiv near nndean aflure them he has now got a perlbn wko u qualified to give en tire fatisfcftioa in the fevers of making and fetting artific al from one finale tooth to S whole and palate clean and every otk afticle concerning the he execunng the bufinefs altogether on the plan of the late Jul Jon j and he hopes for theconthiuance of tlicir favours 5 where may lie had the excellent dentifrice and admirable for cleaning the tteth and R A Z O R S T R A P F a new are prepared and fold ny Razormaker to his Ma at his hop in nfar the Hay The inventor flatters that thefe ftraps will not be unworthy the notice of the pub much attention having beeri paid to render the with which they com patible with the of the inftrument on which they wer to At the lame place of by which are warranted to the and exchanged when pot Alfo hs PEN wnich have received the approbation of mbfteminent v At place aiay be had his Treatife en the Ufe and Management of a corttaining practical Direftions relatives i its a BALSAM of widow of William MARY both and nowfnc of the late Robert inventor and patentee of that molt excellent Turlingtons Original Balfan of Mife together with the laid William his late and have preparing this molt excellent medicine feveral no other perfon quainted beg Jeaveto the mer aadpublic in triey carry on the bufmcfs atthe old the near the Royal Ex change where all perfons may beaflured of having the Original and Genuine BaUam of as hereto notorious in r Hol R of Morocco and lejcher with and jfljlrrornf at caff and patent ais rae m elegant and other jbihcbgi aU of This lay is price 4 N ESSAY on the ENGLISH aad EDWARD KIN Of Lincolns Printed for Benjamin at Horaces Of wliom fee Lord Burghleyn Stae by Haynes and 2 price neatly Thurloes Colleftion of State price neatly Badefladeon the Navigation of and method of draining price in boards This itay are price in The SECOND corrected arid of COMMENTARIES dp the Laws of Bock the By WILLIAM Vinerian Profeflbr of and Solicitor GS to Printed at the fold by Sold alfo by Wofralt and Batbwfft and in will be publiihed and gitfengratis to the purchafers of the former Where may be juft the id happy vrenew difcovertheevtlv fet cirreauig It Paid by the melancholy and defpoud ing who is in his right that we are already to a great extremity will be juft ditecl our ccurfe sgainft it feems necefTary to remember how f fierim it is to liberty that the lowef of mankind Ihotttd with the countries where raea are in an abject ftate is to preferve bath nyeb andfetr 5 to prevent their oppreffing each other j tofupport and oppofe cuftomntending to level raens conditions aj coorrary to the poffibility of op the Decrees of That we Kawe inadvertently erred in our pottticty by pttrfuitfg fucb raeafures ae have driven off the where they and their ed their bread in generally This was calculatedfor pecuniary profit rather than cottfideraliOns of humanity it did not bartful to tbe but tlie event is to prove that it is 4B4ividualf may be benefited by the very meansthat the is inj is as that may be benifited though Tome individuals fhctttM Our chafcteriilic is and I not perfift in our but alter In the mean are we torettraui the price of provrfwns in afcarcify The farmer expects feis and trade it The fear a the per fuafiimof n an import from are confulerawons which may induce him to open bis barns But unlefs regulate the priceof grain as we reftrain the price of intereft of We muft in fome meafore go with the aiid the cultivation of religious and facial make men moderate in their defjres of gain j but fuch even in a free will not unlefs they are taught 2nd thelaw of a mans mind is fuperior to every other law though cdnfcience is hot more necefiary among the trafficking part of in any ether human yet guilt fticks as ciofe to buying and as the nail driven between two Atones according this figurative there is fo much the more danger of accordingly the morals of the m countries of great generally efpe cially in arbitrary and religion is converted into a The purity of our and the fuperiar excellency of our will us the long er but we are always m danger of degenerating into fuch a rapacveus difpofidon in our as tends to weaken the force of and in pro portion as this virtue tfcatis eflential to li liberty will decay alfo fo that in every though founded on liberty which has a tendency to enilave and And it requires a kilfulmanagement toward off this Religionnnly do it The cuftonu arid manners of this nation are cer altered and example is more pre valent thsrf If we do not correct by ftvpuld do it from necefllty That ne is near our hut vte do not allfee It is to be hoped oijr guardians diieclofs will open our eyes by mafcjjng its pay handfomely for tur un xtcejdry and injurious Taxesjdf tlie nature of to be required j and many will be to be having a good who are now too proud or too or too much flaves to to though cojifcioils that they are acting an abfurd and pernicious equally hurtful to their own repu and destructive to the welfare of their wives and If we could bring fuch culprits to the bar of honour and and have thtir ac counts ftatfd debtor and by a tribunal of able we mould open the eyes df many well inclined and convince them that they are as their manner pf as thofe who are really diftrjHed by the price of If nobility and gen try only were under this miftake in their political and moral we might have reafon to fear any evil un it reaches down the labouring part of the They complain oTfcarcity the reafon is TheTeafons have been hut they never confumed the produce of the earth at fo great a rate as they do fke Vbiaife in Drurj at ill tedcwieUjiWamatclr for bis fon daughter erf hjfjtoUi friend a wealthy citizen Theclwds were fcliemjwljen found his foa was ajreaily marited to a wciman of character in the country tbertifore difpafcHes his fons with a letter of excufe to Stock well Fpf what bad which was yet unknown to the Mifs Stockwell had conceived a great overfiori majry a Jhs had newr deYed her affeiftion fcr a young gentleman of fmall vke of pay aaclles an very ciiang and excefiiwiyj fcrid of flattei wertr StockWell pities her and uivJerrakfes the old man is too covetouiip lilfen tol her j and Mrs is Twayed by the Jaft agrtes wid oHhb order BJ execute commiui meets a brother footr is rtjey unfjohl to i other ibeir ftveral la difcouVJfe ws It that Slip is a who t traafporiatipnjfor a is Jittle different ppittr of for as StockwJLVfaiihilyhadnever feeayowng IT they agree that Slip hah Harry h bj in his i introduce ifaruiviashis wt they hope to get the ten i Scockwell to pay have it horfeij ajut Slia accorcTingly dfeffejMartiji io the cibarfn town iornit nndr on the jitizeii By theqld he entirely in hwgpod and matter Icemtft on are feme rnbl trom the nonfeafe aijd inconfiitency in the letter Martin is like not to be abje Co either write as an for Sir net coming ip by reafoivhe was laid uj withthe JVjaitin hatlbeen fent by hU mafter to affiil jeruty when Keilford rc Harlpw who par tigular friend to acquaint him hs need bein no pain abeutMifs for he was already married iotlje Charmed with this and fur prisritrl that hit man had not to him any information of what he had to meeringwith Ihe acquaints him that young was ar then uijhe and in an i wevent intendSd to Mr the letter he hadrre from to hkn he was mar Jenny Kill perfifting her fleHford goes out to letcb the He was jutt departed when comes ajid Jenny greatly hinvwith the news of liis intendsd be ng JQteold man in doubt whetiier he fliatl believe tfifs or afar Jenny is meets Slipjandtjetotimhisplot frfbund in fucb a man tnat Slips confuiionvery him but hearing orify thu former niarriage is he gains and with gccat affrontery this of Btlifcrd and he nowithftanding her took her for an innocent gjii of the was K Govent gar had livetl at a had haft tvvo The old man believes all this sfuecudlytwhenMaitrn aflures him he is not mar Martin now exult in the proipect of iernryjbgwith the fur prizeV man is greailyd fconcerted at but has cf mind to malttr for Harlow lioufe only to prevent the riiil w from getting pretence ofhis td ulind till be hacj fecured the ThW being confirmed by who known to be Har lows BcUw4 that he de and he quits his mani buttoget the money from haiiuajuetwilh rreus alt ifr ft with the This an afperiibn which ftie knew to go to and oenlnlt with him vhat was to be JvV Stockwell then comes cat iutp the ftrtet with Slip and to Bankers Martin attends bim whiie reuaiiVo heftaU getall the money In ordero he fon as has packed uo the calh in the to drive off the ebauewiihout waiting for Martin inthenVdft Ilirpiized fig t of who was jutt come to town Siip oil acquaints Sir Harrv that and Stock well were ib ecracd at that he had been kickcdolwn Hairs for his and tiierctore ho advUes Sir I1 not to approach fur threatened to kill Sir Harry who is jr ea as a noc r fuaded to will for the lenters Martin from notes his hanos which Martin is very urgent to et from him bj hemlifts on counting ovtr i ir jVJr I efpyeach when Sir vVSt for kicking bis fervant Stockwdl this and ao explanation bfiv iiKciy td to trip up both fhe old take the money by and maki their which project ihty are about to when Jitllfcrd in and S them The truth of all is now fully difca nnd Stock well gives hid daughter to This piece upon tlje whole formed i rite two oldmen by very well   

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