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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 24, 1766, London, Middlesex nd New i f f fc M O N D AY NOVEMBER X H A Y M A R K E T the KWGs THEATRE irt the HAY the of willbeperformed a New Comic A B U O N A F 1 G L I tJ O L hThe Mufic compofed by SignerNiccolo Wltirnew jpit and Boxes to be pur and no be admitted without whch will bs deli vered Tomorrow at the faid at half a guinea Second Gallery By nteir M A S TLE Ne perfoa whatfoever to admitted behind the nor into the Pit andBoxes will be five To begin at half an hsur after fix oclock Vivant Rex and GOR DON moft humbly requeft the Nobility and Gen Subfcribers to the Operas for the enfuing fca Jfonx will pieafe to pay their fitbfcriptioas to Andrew Drummond and at Charing T is humbly defired that the Subfcribers to the Boxes will pieafe to fend to the Office of the faii a lift of the names of the company belonging to their or for filver tickets for the nreparing of the to be delivered to each in proper LJ L A N f AT the THEATRE in DRURY THIS DAY will be prefented The ORPHAN of HolLnd Powe I Timur Havaid Benfley Aickin M 1 which will be NECK or NO T H The principal parts by Mi is Ply and Mifi Bcxes Pit Jpper is r j C O V Es N T G A R D E AT the THEATRE in COVENT THIS DAY will be prefented I O King Reft Smith the Clarke Waficer by Gonerilj Stepueas j eordeiia for the id time Mifc To which will be QUfM DOCTOR by Mfci T tile TufcATftE in the the of or will exhibit JUETY of NEW Never attempted by Singisg by Keen and Vaulting on the flack rone by Signer Dancing by Ferci and Mjft Tumbling by Signer Williams Sianor Dancing i oh the tigjft by MSfc Mafter Signer Signor and Signora Spaniojctta will vault on tack Signer Spinacuta will dance with wo tiia Jo tfce rfgjSt WJtfiTeveraHeits of activity hewer fees in JEtBgland and variety of new Me alfo has aMonkey that exhibits the moft furpri GngiindtiiyertiflgperforaTiaHcesi he walks and dances with two dogs tied to his as Signer Spinacuta does with the on the tight rope with the pole and balances various equUibres on the with and without the pole lie vaults and turns the Kath trinewheel on the flack rope to This animal iS the moft aftoniming of the kind ever and given geaeral fatisfadrjon wherever he has The whole to conclude with a hornpipe by Mifs hexes Pit 6d Gallery The doors to be opened at and begin at half in fix Vivant Kex To prevent places to be taken at he Office of the from nine to It is dumbly requeued that the who take will fend their fervants by five No money to be returned alter the curtain drawn S T A T E UNDRAWN Shares and are nowfellihg warranted any hour of the from feven in the morning till eleven at where no five per cent h and onepeund more when drawn m the than any and chahcttinfured from be ing drawn by U bis Lottery at in Popesheadal next Lonibardflreet and next Dunftans Harris in gold letters over the Htre during the time of a reat variety of tickets ihares and Four blanks to a The Wanks and prizes o be traifrferrabje annuities at the Btek of Eng bearing three per per and South Sea vwth their veja Ifldia bonds andViCkLjallrau and all kinds of dofernaettt fecurides bought nd fold by AM letters from town or JUOtry poft paid duly tjThe public are defired to that I fiom my late Office in and iate no coiinecnons thevewlth to nis E1TRES du Chevalier Robert dala j Ante du Due de a paris en iur 4a mjfes en Francois par Maubert de i Amft le Sieur Maubsrt de Gouveft Menrire furies Makifies epidemiques des Bef par Paris 1756 Boetique de Paris 1766 La Nature dans la Formationde la Tonnerre fclaReproduaion des etres Pon paris Frincipes de tout i vol nmo Pans Gregorius de e MSS emei notis 8vo La Paris 376i HiJtoire des ie Dam a Paris Tfm Paris i The preient State of or a Defcription oi the United Leiden From the POL I C To the STABLEKEEPERS and A PUBLIC notice is hereby that on night latt a aiifwering the follow ing robbed two perfons in their car riages iefore feren in the one in on the HampJtead the other near iQingjon he appeared to be a un thirty yetrs of with a round laced hat turned up a brown greaf mounted on a fcrub bay horfe with a baltflSBeYabout 15 hands high he robbed with a large horfe Tis to be hoped that ftable keepers will not let their horles to hire to perfons whom they do not know tinlefs they produce fome one known to the ftablekeepeh If was attended it would be impoflible for ihighwaoman to becaufe find ing out the horfe would be finding the man and every horfe upon which a highwayman robs is fo exa6tly defcribed in the and that the ttablekeepers rnuft know Perfjns rsbbed for the future are defired to give notice of it at the next turnpike they come with a proper defcription of of the man and and to end immediate notice to the above office Indeed feme of the laft informa tions have been fo very thit a horfe patrole has been upon the fpot where the rabbery was committed within half an hour afterwards and as this perfon at prefent robs near tis to be hoped that vvh are accnftomed to carry and are obliged to be out after it is will be upon their If the ftablekeeper who hired the above horfe will give information or it will be of fervice to the aod may prevent other ftablekeeper from lofing his horfe by this highwaymans being ani Freeholders of the County of HIS Majelly having been gracioufly pleafed to ap point me Paymaster General of his Land my eat in Paj liament is thereby be come vacant I in treat the honour of your vote and inrerelt ar the next aflur ingyou of my fteacly attachment to the laws and li berties of this and of my grateful attention to the and profperity of my confti who have up n fo many mewn fuch an afieitionateregard to their rot faithful and moft cbiged GEORGE The election day will be on HiurfJay the jyth of Novemfar The gentlemen wlio intend to give methe honour of their company to Brentford on thatdayB are defired to meet at my houfe in Lin at eight oclock in the The misfortune I nnet with in breaking will J hope my excufe for not having made a pmonal PETER in Lin colnsinn New takes this me thod to inform thofe CJentletflen who have found it difficult in beirig fitted with thofe vrh o have been at the expence of having blocks made for and all without that he has invented an entire new and correct pecuVjar to him fu tfae invft flic alt bead to an exactnefs as though the wig was made Xipon It is by the advice of thofe Gentlemen who have experienced fhis that he makes it kmnvn to the EUWARDa take this method of acquainting their friends and the public that they have entered into partnership with Charles at the Turks where they have laid in a new and genteel aflbrtment of plain and fancied fitks ofall Thofe who pieafe to favour him with their may depend on being ufed on fuch terms as they hope will be an inducement for their further The remaining ftock of Ryders old falhioned being valued very will be fold Ibu dty is in Price Two THILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS on the following JL On the principles of On the afcent of theformation of and and on feveral other phenomena of Air and Obfervations and conjectures on the nature of the Aurora and the fails ot the By Hugh Profeffar of Philofophy in the Univerfity of Printed for oppofite Catherineftrcet in the Bookfeller to his Ibis day is price for the Year i76c of THE PHILOSOPHICAL TRANSACTIONS of the ROYAL SOCIE Printed Davis and Graysinn Printers to the Royal Of whom may be An Abridgement of the Philofophical Tranf frem the in to n vol beft The Philofophical Tranfaaions at from 750 i 14 which complete the to the prefent Time or any odd Birchs Supplementary and Hif tory of the Royal 4 price A Series of the Yearly Bills of for hr Snw that price Lord Somerss tRe laft 3 ic6 v BOO K sT MUSEUM o com 21 n f revolt Hiftoire des 7 4 to ave Memoirts de 1Academic des Sciences i avec Corps le de Negotiations de fvjunfter Ofna 14 bound in Virgilii Opera ex Vaticano cum Italica Verfionc Tabalis 3 MemorieRecondie eBoUo del Siri e Mercuno Vendico 30 4to complete Origine e progreffidel Cittadino di z vol La Secchia Rapita del con difegni di i Parigi dei Delicti e delle fefta edjzione de Hume Paris To be fold by in Coventry fa the top of the A S Y U iE Guardians of the Afflum are ta fneet the Earl of and the Vtce in the Chapel at the opening tf the Neiu by Toworronjo at eleven ocLck in the forenoon ivben a Ser mon nuill be for the benefit of the fry he George ChancelUr oftbt Church f and Chaplain to theArcbbifbgp of Canter Tivo Anthems cwill be by for andChantpnefi j indan Hymn They an alfo requeued to dine litiib the ami at the raw s tavern in Palace at three oclock on tl fame and the company of any other a Guar will be eJletwJ No into the for but by ivbhb htiae been fent to each QnarJian but either by mifiahe of or other any GuarJians Jbould not have received their or if they fbruUhave cccafion for for the accammoJatian of their they inillbf delivered at the on application in ivritiwf te tht Si ROYAL K A L K N r A Containing CORRECT LISTS for and above THREE THOUSAND names n it in the other THE Compiler of the Court Ilegifter has pro mie i the public an account ot Liiis iuferted in the Regilter and omitted in the Royal Calendar but he has not prom fed an account of thofc which are printed in the Royal and wholly omitted in the Court RegHter An of therefore be the public will then judge which is moft worthy of their Omitted in the L The German and Foreign which are not interefting to the people of thee and make no lefs than fifteen pages in the The Lieutenants and Surgeons of the Navy becaufie there is a lift of them printed annually in January by the Lords of the and Ail the fottovjing are infttedin the ROYAL KALEN and COURT The principal perforw in the feveral Offices of the Rank of All ihe B inkers London and with their refulences ant Bankers in aod Edin A complete Lift of the PENSIONERS upon Iiifli to Ihe Houfe of Commons m All the Courts of Officers of and in that king All the Courts of Officers of and in The particulars ot thefe which are very numerous and intereft be fcen ir the wlrch for the greater co is divided into thrue Eng ard There are many other additional the Scots Com nittee ot City Commiffioners And n infinite number of additional fperfed the paiticularly in the Rnyal Court of Public And upon the confiderng the extent and number of thefe they are the m jit correct which ever have offered to the public in one Some errors there are without doubt but tl ey are not nor fo numerous as thole in the the Editor will a ways with any is iuft necedary to in form the Compiler fcf that when the ROYAL KALENDAR was refolveJ the Regilter was not thought The lifter was then ss forgot ten is But it is art in him to crent a dif pute to prevent theRegiiter linking intoob The Editor cannot omit this opportunity to return his moft humble thanks to the feveral noble Members of and other who have fo obligingly furnilhed him with corrections and hints for in particular ta the kind riends who date from They may depend upon the ftricteft attention being paid toall their obfervations and their future notes will ae very gratefully received the boner the bet if for obvious An Old Cuftomers hint was very and it fhall bs taken care And the public gtneiwl maybsaf that as no expence hatji bten fpared to make THE ROYAL KALENDAR the moft fo no affiduity w anting to kesp it the molt CORRECT book of They will therefore difregard the falfe and malicious afienions the felfinteiefted and whole is purely oc cafioned by the very extraordinar and unufual luc cefs which this work has already met and the contempt with which the Regifter is univtrlally as well for the egregious blunders therein as the bungling manner in which u is huddled Speedilywill be ALisTof theERRORS in the COURT compiled by JOHN Only a fmall numb r will be as they will be of no ufe to any but the purchafers of the Printed for oppofite i in Piccadilly Kobiofeh I and Wilfon and and in Paferttoflerrow in Ave Marialane oppoiite Stationers hall in in the Strand ano in Fleet Itreet 5 and and Ur atlhe Royll Fir j be letters Jigned An ACCOUNT of the CUNNING toft To the PRINTER of the is not at a1 any man acquainted with the human to fee private intereft con tinualiy at variance with public W good No proje6t of new manu W mj no general regulation of trade is propofed that dafhes in the leaft with the views of a few but it is immediately counteracted by every low and infidious never did felfintereft rear its head with fo bare faced afiurances as in the attempt now making to obtain a repeal of the Cambrick The quef tion is not now to oppofe a regulation whofe ef feclbs but to over turn a wife eftabliftjed for many and waofe effefls have bgen long known and fell over all tkc Your the Veteran ha put this matter into fo true a that no difpaf lionate man but muft be convinced of the danger to our home f on a of tise jirchi bition oh Frenehlawns and The nrft article ij already acquirtd ani eftablifKed in this I ain frJin good that there is to thj of or in lawns alone yearly made in the Weft of Scotland camricki has alfo lattlybaen taken up both in England a d as we in and the beginnings are moft We reafonably compute that people cm ployed in thefe in different parts of the kingdom j and thefe indultriou and ble fubjcfts are to be turned out to that half a fcore of London drapers keep their One of thefe worthy the other when this was repreferued to replied the infolence of and pray cannot thefe people take up another A melancholy if we are came to that that fo miuiy honeft and laborious mechanics fcouid be wheeled out of the way of life they were bred that a few rich traders may continue in theirs in a way pernicious to the and in to its I remember the fome weighry argument was ufed by the filk when we iolicireti tlwprohibi tion of French filks rhey it as few n fe weaver to take uj the trade of a as it is for a mercer to move into a crapers fliop next Another no lefs which J find alfo employed the prohibition of that fmce finugsiing could not be it wis better to lay the trade and then their could bejio fuch In the fame tpirir one may that fmce drbk cannot be it be better ti repeal the ten and then no crimes would Luckily for and for the na we were at trm time taken by the hand by hon eurable gentlemen of gjeat weight in a certain With intenfe application to acquire u knowledge of the the moft folnl judgment to fee tha force and tlwmoft quick apprehenfion to deeft the fophifms of ourfldyerfa he fupported our and that of the nation in in the prohibition of French The linen manufaaurer have the fame gentlemen now to befriend and his prefenr ciitinguifhed employment in wii pur ir fti more in his to ferve It would be a for his who have him vvitli oppofe as Cr of the what hs fupported as a private the pr of French It re thrt if the prohibition fee taken the lilk mercers do intend immediately to apply to p1 to have if taken offli ks i o I give felf very little uneafmefs on for I fully confident that neither of per can ever place under fo triotis an A SPITALFIELDS kitefrom Capt aiStbr Jrsnkls are bolh end Of ttr mif of a cvicfrriim fbcitjUfirnlon the Royal Exchange week but as the letters con tain alfttje eftacb Ml nnj Of Ohy thing further on that having no room fur at lurcatient concerning mif eprefentaticas in articles of efpedalIj when they are of no great intertance ta the public they have t6t6 dedarid n a mifrcp with which they nufl rfjf A further tfthe Expojiticn of the CoitJ Hume will be itjtrted to and continued till Lttus received Reid and A Saturday arrived a mail f en Letters from Madrid that in of frelh ders fsnt by tht of to flofa in the it is not expected to ar rive at CadZ before the month of January 1 Ic can no longer be that the EiTglifh only have the courage to deprive themflves of The who would nut yield to them in any begin to imitate in th tt Witin e five or fix weeks we have ad feveral acls of fuicidcm is Monger ago than a tker attempied to drown Km lelt in the Seme above and thiame day a maft of ved in the ftreet des Bo s threw iumlelf from a window on tlic third ttorjinto h or Moyal and broke moitof his limb j nd when e he it was vtiy unfortuna for him that the houfes of ere not ilis faid to be a rich bun we Know fir this defpffratv fnr P tue Dttke of wiio kno hits procured nim all ffi j Fnm the L O o G A Z E I r fc 1 1 Ean iHi made her public entry mtj this c cm Saiurdu tne 8th and on the of ihe hnic r e rAyalanTais i the of As bdy thurdehreoftlifyng he fatislaiHon this hany the f the v s as great as can well be fun o fie tTt ins conuaued m Gala ever and fo h The Kin to appoint Sir Bav pn 1 K his Ambatfadcr Extraordinary id tentiary to the King of The King has been to avioirt David Stsuart Erfkine comn to be r y ro ro eonfKuiteandrp Geor e Balll tole ohn Weil Eiq room pomt Card Clerk Max yierwithJohn Com loners the receipt and management of Ms jellys cuftoiis and other dunes that p Creat Eiitain led Scotland and alfo tor the and mmg
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