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   Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 26, 1766, London, Middlesex                                W D N E S D A N O M B K A Y MAR K E T the THEATRE ui the HAY oa Saturday the sjth performed a Wew Serious GRAN The Mc sic by feveral celebrated With new to be put anilno perfont whfeout vrtich Keill be deli That Day at the faid at half aguine Firll Gallery Second Gallery By their M A j B STIE S perfbn whatfoever to be admitted behind the hbr into the will be opened at five an haul after fix oclock t Vivant Rex GOR trukft humbly requeft Nobility and Gen tae dpwas for the enfuing fea will plsaft to tUcit to Andrew and at Charing It is bvwbly dtfired that the wii pleafe to to the Office of the lifcof the the company or fotfilvertkkert for of to fee to each V L At the THIS DAY will be presented v Mr Td which NEC K or UQ N The principal by Ply and Pit Firlt Upper of at N F r G A D K i ROY in COVENT be presented O V MAKES A MA N Don 5 by i iv Furtt Upper GalK Places for the boxes ta be taken of Sarjant at the er aftetnptod byvotfarp by Keen and L IB of Ifaritj new ftta in and variety new He ah a Monkey that exhibits the moft furprifing Airerting pmrformajices he and on the tight rope with the polei he and various ekjuilibres en the i awl without the pokj lie vaqlh and the wheel Qn the flack rope to T4k animal istheoioftaftomfliinf of the kind ever and fceneral fatisfeftion wntrever fir Tfus whole to conclude with a hornpipe by Mvfs Axes pit Gallery The to be opened at andbegin at half hous after fix Vivant Rex places toTSe taken at 4he of the Theatrev frwn nine to It is who writ fend their by five ifo money to be retmoed after the curtain u idrawn 1 A T g L O t T fc k KMARDS the edit and ofthe fron mofluiig tiU daring the of the on the r fropthe fold at this foowaj drawn their the ftrae proportion as a whole KeterOur corrrft Numerical he as thcjjj are eiramined and checaued every by infured ftottt evtry during the the PHILOSOPHICAL ofvthe ROYAL SOCIETY nted tur DayJitnd overasainft an Primers to the Royal y Aa Fhaofdphical Tranf to u The Bjiilofophtca Twafaftionsat from which complete the above the jreient Tiw i or usy betwee Grea written for i to wikh he college of reprinted for inthe cj t L by To be S O L D By S AMIT E L B At houfe in EEwTIRE and VALUABtE LIBRARY of the late SAMUEL and To begin on December the and to continue the even following evedings Sunday ex cepted beginning each evening at fix The books be viewed from the firit of December to the time of Catalogues to be had gratis of the following book fellers in Paternofterrow Pallmall Bondftreet j Charingcrofs Owen and Mn Hin Templebar CorflhiH j the bockfcllers of Oxford and at the place of Llergy and fretbtldtn of the Count HIS Majefty having beengracioufly pleafed to ap point me Paymalter General of his Majeftys Land my feat in Parliament is thereby be come vacant I therefore humbly intreat the honour of your vote and intereft at the next affur ing you of my fteady attachment to the law and li berties of and of my grateful attention to the and profperity of my confti who have upon fo many mewn fuch an affectionate regard to their mod faithful and moft ob humble GEOJIGE twain The ejection day will be on Thurfdav the of November The gentlemen who intend to give me the honour of their company to Brentford OB tbatday0 are defired to meet at my houfe in Lin at eight oclock in the The misfortune I raet with in breaking iry will I hope plead my excufe for not having made a perfonal jkryTARKIKG with proper cb and and allo with Utters fixed in a compleat braft with colour Wat will ftand warning much fafer and better for marking houfe and other than needle being fo that any name or number may be printed byliaving an affortment of letters and with proper directions Sold at at the near the Haymarket oppoute Fleet ftreet and at under the Koyal at the iol Idwiug ingle name double treble and cy as STATE T TNDRAWN Shares ani BOW felling in and by HAZARD and at their under the and at their Aovte in where the numericaland of the drawing ofthe lottery are kept Afl and chaaces Jold at thefe wiH fee ftfcrapt with the and round Hatmrft Tickets and regiftered at pence per and the earlieft account of tfceUr Fuccefs fentto any part of Great AU of Government Securities bought and fold by STATE T TNDRAWN Shares and iwyfelling warranted hour of Hw from jwen in the morning tillelevsen at where no We per cent and one pound drawn in the wftete and infured fmmtof by at in next Lombardftreer m fohtletters 7 Ni Here during the time of a great vanejy of tickets Jhares aad Four a The prittj to be transferrable annuities at the Bank of Eng bearing three per per and South Sea their IndU bonds Navy and all kinds fold by All country poft duly Ftr The continuation of d HUGH GAZETtEER AW in ysdur Weekly of he i4th of June a ietter aad I had ore been in yoar Gazetteer i which letter Is i who are undoubtedly life are fadeai to point in ettwit caufe tfemg1 pu namely J that the too entourage ment given for the exportation of grain Iws much di mimfljed the breeding of fb asto be the of butchers befjig now at fuch aa exorbitant If you the bfllcher whj he fella his fo he tells it aflc the grazier OF f femequefl he gives you feme in where the ratije are Why fell them fo they teJlyou thelanu is fe much turned to that notice than three fouithsof the cattle bredWandnoobfervati6n more than that from the rncreafe of peo in kingdom we haver now occafion our fetes for the nrcduceotthofe many thoufind acres of land which have long been erijw to feed other naikms and it it equalfy as ne ceflary to have pur taxes eafcd of that fura wijichis annually paid to have fuch grain carried The want of the produce of that together with the burthen of our has brought many thouO of inW There ttn evrient than that farmers nVve na conveatent for termed their eir and itnplimenH of and returns nirifcorln ten being always jt his grain in the breeding only great hazard in the lives of but is foitt or years in making Tm what arifes from5 his The dJSrence of the Capital required two ways undoubtedly been the caufe of engroffing of fayms j by turning more of their land to they can ftock three or four farms with the lame value they before flocked one and the ftwer the more the more and the more Jniferable If the bounty ortexported grain was entirely to we fliould sgain have every thing in as part ot the land employed for that purpole would again breed ingof catrle 5 and If the other at any produced more gran than we ourfdves could con there is notiouht bftt our merchants would find a market for with a reafoaable out a as the demand from the increafeof people in other nations is much more than which I am here I think merits the confilecation ot thofe in at pointing out at once the true caufe of well as the eafy I with Tubmiffion whether any rational being can that Diwne Providence ever intended one part of mankind to live inthe tnoft profufed whilft to my great have been witnefs both in the pi effefft year and in 1759 to a poor with his wife and feyen feeding on lam ready to give further of above dif treffed circumftance to any one that will direfl a line to the Reverend to be leftwith the Poit Mafter at Ltttert rtfeivefl Cephas B Byfender and Eyewit Officer of the THE VETERAN SMUGGLER From the L ON DON B N K R U P T Elizabeth of the city of wtjrfted to furfender the tbij jirp and 6th of at three mt fie at the Rampant MI the parift of in John of the city of to fiirrerxter the 1 5th and i6th of and fith of at ten in the fore at the Plume of Feathers in John of the city of aad to futrender on he firft and fecohd of and 6th of Januarfv at three in the oon4 at of county of to ftirreader the ijth at jiioein the the oth of at four in the and 6tli of In oclock at G uildhalU eftatts Henry novrorJateof attjuee in at the Bufli m of the of at in th at the Aineri mer ot at four in the af at Heiary WiHiiurn of in the M four in the Thomas of wine thfriStfc of at ten in the fore at the Younger and Richard ofrlWifts Arms T BUck wellhall facers and twin the at Ifaac of the panto of Olave SoutUwark beewers and the of at ten sin atGuildhallj John of in the parifli of county of Mid dcalejr on the at fofr fa at Ldndonl a in the county of r the idthof Decem ber k Cb O talked of very con 4 n will foonap he PremferflMd inwothe of Secretary ji r LraUlle twall our canwnercial to know that the patriotic arid foirited Wifl rentaift at Ae head of the Board of The nation will foon be happy jri a truly Whie Ad zealous Iftierty of the fubiecl v paper of luft night hasthe following It is Taid that the Earl of Scarborough will hortlv Cofferer w his Majelfys Alfo ttot the Earl of Afhbuniham will refign bis of the And that Lord Moafoji likewife refign his office of Chief Juftice of his Majeitys Forefts South And likewife that will hortly be fucccededas oneof Majeitys 1oftmafters Gene byagentleioan who held a great office under one of the late And that thefe are all tte alteraf ions for the will be made in the b Lords Gower and Risby have been talked orto fucceed the 5ut wc do not Je that negotiation of great importance is between the Courts of London and was a fall Board of tj the birthilay of his Royal High of liis Majettys le 11 rear of his age nefsWjlUaiii tlteir Majefties and the Royal Family received the compliments of the on the Yefterday the Right the Earl and Counted Temple arrived at their houfe in Pall from their Teat at Stovve in and froni the Right the Earl of Pem brskti Letbers by the taft mail from France that the French iflands in AmerjcR hare lutfcred 16 much the rednclion of their negroes by thatthey have been for ome months to employ white people in their fugar at an ex orbitant pr A letter from Paris that Colonel Ll ganierwas foon to fet out in order to ifland of rThey write from that a French flavrng fiiip bewngiog to Mai had cut off by an of th negroes at on the coaff of Mondlay at her meorhsgs ui the roav Calais j and the Riwf YesterdayferrivafatHer moorinjp in the the Ffenders Thomas Eof t era the Gharjnins from DubliR to the Arthur Bank the long boat with the chief was loll 5 the Capiain and remainder of thfe Crew got in the yard in the county dfWaterford the hip con tinned and it is hoped part of the or the may be ol arrivea at Cow es from with the the of die teth the J of tlfe of was well at Old Calabar and had 190 Haves on and was to fail From the ace fome time in This fay atiwon the Right the Lord Najrtr wild6old a wardmote at Trinity to the in for Alderman of the Aid in the room of thsdate Lord when it is expected tfeatf Thomas EJqj partner with ir Kjchard itr Birchinlane and one of the Common Couhcii of Langbourn wiilbe cho fen without Tomorrow being the day appointed for the dec Member for the county of Geqrge late Memberforibe accompanied by a wnfiderable number of freehold wjli fet out from his houfe in Lincolnsinri fielcls for when it is expefted he will be reeiecled without A tax oa horfes of ail is on the and adopted by a patriot for the fake of giving due encouragement to the i earing of We hear that on Monday a number of extra tide waiters were taken into the fervjce of the Coftom heufe j and that orders will foon beiflued to board all coafters below the better to prevent Great frauds are faid to be daily praftifed at turn which might be tf ail perfons would infid on having nthjErfefer ufe for them on their own accouniror hjjii price of Ijpen rags wbi A had caufed a decreafeijithe valuable ct is Ukely to be ioweret by the faieof foroe hundred balespF Italian 4nxJ It be the people wouldhe rnOre fvnrte people wewldoelbere fsving of an fo benefim to and the of thefe there bejug a great builance of out of the natioft left of fo priidsnt a piece ot Monday jfaft wa at a grand d mas antf by theneg feat at Tho dyel It is thought take giirtda of as any hi thekingdoau Itll faid that the fides in Jamess park Are nextfunvuer to fee hkndfomely payed with Portlaiidftohe j RofhreonriV drained and nlleptip and a rookery made 5 nt he jBv a froWLeeds we are that the upon the It the chief caafe of ovnng to the large qiyjAiuJes of wool fmuggled out of the naion A Ittier from dated on Saturday Our worthy in this time of general panic and ordered a nunierous defenfive watch to begin this and ta continue till the fate of the rioters is At Whitby a fuhfcription is open to buy in order to be fold out to the poor in confequence of which a hip is and failed to load for that BUT r Aletter from Scotland that the priceofbhck cattle was never higher than at owing to tfce great from which had induced fevtral gentlemen of property to exprrffly prohibit their tenants from as the country ftood a great on accouwt of the to be on Saturday morning a ob ferved to ajiirge parM of fifli to the guiley hole which he threw down the com rnon About Fulhsm and and fevernl other places the trees at prelent fliootine fortii freih owing to the mildnefs sf the A written paper was on Friday the 7th day of ftuck up on the door of the dwelling houfe of Gabriel of the town in the county of Efqj And another written containing the fame the ftuck in like on the door of the dwellmghoufe of William Por treeve ot the faid town cf Swanfea a of h contents of both which written papers ere fol r lhe Elders of Swanze the all Complaint of the Poor and K i the farmers dofh ffke for the korn We Cari harly get Bread for our Starving fa Secondlj That Milhrts doth fake a Quar ter which is the fourth of a Feck or Towel Therdly Tnat the Molfters doth agree wit the farmers or the Beariy Ho bring three biftel totive Market and cpen One and Caring the to Theiar houJes inftant tor One John and others and the Bakers rakdne in the Wheat In the Conunine to Meet them i t Nnv Sirs We hope that will teach You tint have Authority to order tlift Things OrElfe wiiUoutkeveng   

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