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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 29, 1766, London, Middlesex TURD NO M B E R 1766 H A V MA R K E of their the KlNGi THEATRE in HAV J THIS tne agth of H performed a New Serious TRAKEBARNE GRAN The Music compofed by fcveral celebrated and Pit and Boxes to be put and no to be admitted without whch will be deli vered Pay at the faid at half a guinea fetchKrit Gallery Second Gallery By thefr M A J E S T I E S Com perfon whatfoeVer to be admitted behind the fcenes into the Pit will be opened at five at half an after fix oclock Rex and GOR moft humbly requeft the Nobility and Gen try Subfcribereto the Operas for the enfuing fea willpleife to pay their fubfcriptions to Ahdrew tJruipmohd and t at Charing It is humbly defired that the Subfcribers to the Boxes will pleafe to fend the Office of the a lift of the of the company belonging to their or for filver tickets for preparing of the to be delivered to each fuburribcrin D K U S Y L A N Z AT the THEATRE ROYAL in DRURY THIS DAY will be prefented C Y M B E L I N Powell j J a Holland Love 5 Dodd Bel Havard 5 Arvii by Palmer 5 Aickin by Packer j Bee net Y A T E To which will be N C NOTHING The principal parts by Mifs and Mifs Pit Fiift Uppejr Pkctft bqfeXflMo taken of at the COV E f GAR Tthe THEATRE in COVENT fcfcBjfi THIS BAY will be prefented J s L A S T S II I F T j The in Rofts Sir Novelty by Woodward EWer Clarke Young Wfc SirW4Hiam Stouter j totks j Green To which will HARLEQtJIN DOCTOR by Mr4 Boxexis Pit Firft Upper for be taken of at the i the i ft of my iNs attempted byjother Singing by Keeirand Vaulting onthefUckroBeby Signor Dancing by Mid Ferci and Mifs Tumbling by Signor Sturgefs and Signor PedfoDancing on the tight rope by Mifs Matter Signor Signora Sjgnor ana Signor Signora Spa dance on the tight rope without touch itfgit withher and play with the colours on the federal feats of activity never feen in Eng and variety of new Ths moft furprizing and diverting performances en the Wire and Tight Rope by the Monkey he Walks and dances on the tight rope with the pole he and balances equilibres en the itband without the pale he and turns the JCathcrinewheel on the lack rope to This animal is the moll aftonifhmg of the kind ever and has given general wherever he has The whole to conclude with a hornpipe by Mifs Boxes Pit Gallery to be opened at and begin at half ah hour after fix Vivant Rex To prevent places to be taken at the Office of the from nine to It humbly that the who take VrHl fend their fervants by five No money to be returned after the curtain is drawn STATE L O T T E K and Stock attffeir the corner of the aclc of the Royal are felling tick haret and in undrawn At feveral capital prizes have been bared and particularly a prize of ia tbe 1763 a prize of in the fecund 1763 the lali and in die lottery and the iwft 5 and a price of in the prefent Tickets and hares amltheear account of their fucccis eni toaiiy part of Great All letters poft paid aftdall kinds of govenuiient fecurities bought andfold CORN ELYS begs leave to acquaint THE NOBILITY SUBSCRIBERS to The SOCIETYin That the fecond Meeting will be on the 4th of As the politeneftof the Gentlemen in lend ing their Tickets to the has been found pro ducVive of a very difproportionate number of the kit tis thought more by Ladies who patronize the for La dies Tickets hall be transferable only and Gentlemens only to Ladies and Gentlemens own chairs are to come to the door in SUttonftrest 5 hackney chairs and carriages doors in Sohofqnare and to prevent any danger to and damage to their carriages and cattle Ladies and Gentlemen are intreated to be pqfitvve in te their to fet them an I take them with their heads towards S T A TE UNDRAWN Shares and are now ftlliflg warranted hour of the from fevea in the morning tilt eleven at where no five per cent is and one pound more when in the tnan any where and chances infured from be iflg drawjx by at at in PopeVheadaT next Lombardftreet and next Dunllans Harias gold letters over the Here during the of a great variety of tickets i hares and Four blanks to a The blanks prizes Co be transtwrabie annuities at the Bank of Eng bearing three per Somli Sja with their fcvejcal annuiriftft fondt Navy and Viduallmg and aft kinds of Government fee unties bought and by AJ1 Jetters to wnor U DIVINE Service be performed in the Chapel of this Charity at eleven ockck To be continued at the fame hour every Sunday A hat lien and feveral alter aliias and improve ments made in the faid Chaptl means have been found ta tiiffufe a regular and general to any degree through he whole From the POL I C E the attention now conftantly given at ythe above to all informations of rob and by one mfcgiftrate always attend ing for that in ofthe encou ragement with which his the Duke of Firft Lord Commvffioner his Ma ijeltys hath honoured the prefent plan of Police Pjublic notice is hereby that qn every Wedrtfefday morning from to feveral will at tend at the faid office to hear relating to public naifances within their in order to remove the if in their otherwife to direct fuch pro fecutions as may be the means neigh bourhood from the and tranfact fuch other public biifiaeTg as requires theprefeice of more than one Hiss Day at riven will be Price One NECK or NOTHING A FARCE of Two As it is performed at the Theatre Koyal in Printed for the Author j and fold by Becket and in the Walter at Charing and in Pauls D1MSDALE to the inftead of Liking the indecent liberty of pub lifhing infamous and falfe reports in a newspa by letter applied to of to know if they were he would have received the following which finds himfelf obliged in this difagree able manner j does not know that he ever faw Sut cerrtinly never had any correfpondence with him never was at Ingateftone his life rror did he ever in publjcjor private that he had obtained the fecret of Suttons But en the has frequently de claredj that he wsi ftranger both to Sulton and his and tfiat he knew nothing more of them than what he had learned from common re If Sutton had waited a very fhort he would have in an introduction already to a treatife on now in the how little reafon Sutton had to treat in this illiberal And as it will impofiiblefor Stitton to produce one perfoii of credit to fupporthis at a lofs to know how he will unprovoked inTul I his Dth it Tn fix price bound THE CHINESE or Emiifary from the Court of corn to examine into the prefent State of from the Printed for in Faternpfter Where maybe The Paris Edition of the above in 6 tobe turiwiti may have them on tbe foHow ing Frock fftits of iuperfine middle three funs fcr and four Juitsfor i othc r esa fr a foall middle middle fize beaver fur touts from to ditto of beftcot ton velvet breeches ditto fourtt readworfted a frock fuit of with hag As there robin to particularize pleafe to obferve I have eftimates of 900 garments equally As the above charge very Kl3y caufe fome to fufpeft the quality of the goods it is thwftsfcre tourge in my behalf twofold evidence of the contraryjr being confident my critically and if not found cannotexpeft the future commands ofthofe gentlemen who had no other inducement to employ met and as a good charadter is as efiential to my future as to thofe wliofe prices are it will ever be the inteielt and care to pre ferve that your humble Near the Black TURLINGTONS BALSAWT of ARTSA widow of William and MARY both and nowfuc of the late Robert and patentee of that molt excellent called Original Balfam of Life 5 together wnh the laid William his late nephew and have had the preparing this moft excellent medicine feveral no other perfon being quainted beg leave to inform the mer and public in that they carry on the bufmefs at the old the near the Royal Ex change where all pirfons may be allured of having the Original and Genuine Balfam of as hereto As Jackfon and Son have adver tifed upon the death of MrRobert Turling they are become lawfully pofleflfeil the re ceipt for making the above Balfam of Life This is to inform the that the late Turlington never difpofed of the receipt for making the faid to any perfon except the above and to whem he left the trade by will therefore all other Balfams are notorious couster In a feiv day will he bitblijhedy REFLECTIONS on the H GH PRICE pfPROVI and che disturbances arifuig fjom Containing a rtill rindication cfthe dealers in from the charge af unlawful conibiha Printed for at in Ludgale Whers may he SOME OBSERVATIONS UPON SETTING THE AS SIZE of recommended to all pardculaily at this Alfo the fecorid edi tion of AN IMPARTIAL Vinw of ENGLISH AGRI from permitting trie expoitation in the year to thj prefsnt Day at will be price The SECOND i T r o N of CUNNING MAN A Miifical Entertain As it is performed at the Theatre Royal in Originally written and ton pofed by the Imi tated and adapted tohis original By CHARLES B u R E Printed for Becket and De near Surry in the Of whom may be had RouiTaus 7he day i price FOUR DISSERTA HONS on the reciprocal ad of a perpetual between Great Britain and her American written for Sargents pnzsruedal to wliicli by dsfire is pre An fpoken the delivery of the me at the public commencement in the college oi Ma Philadelphia London reprinted for at the iVeufe and in the Strand an by Pauls church and Rvchardfon under the On Monday itj ill be price Dedicated to Sir GEORGE S A POLITICAL SPECULATIONS Attempt to Difcover the Caufes of the DEARNESS of PROVISIONS and High Price of Labour rn With fome H nts for remedying tntrfe Printed for AlmoAro in j and fold likewife by in Qf be 1 he ROYAL KALEND containing new and correct Lilts for 1767 witli the new Members eletled la it and the Crefts and Mpttos of the Knglifh finely and complete AHb the ettabliftiinentsof Scotland and which were never pfitt8d here btforc the Irirh Penfioners complete feveral new Lilts in and in the whoje above FOUR THOUJAND names not in the other books of this Corrected at and by fe verri Members of PriCionly and wiih an BOOKS written by the late BXO on the Charaiteriftics of the Earlof 5th Price bound Sermons on the Firft Principles of and on various other An Ertimate of the Manners and Principles of the Firit printed in 175 a de lineation of the ttate and fituation of this at that important and alarming The Hiitory of the Kile and Progrefs of through its feveral Thoughts on Civil on Licentioufnefs and An additional Dialogue of the A of a Differtation of A Letter to the 4th Browns Works may be had either fe parately at the or altogether uni formly in five volumes for Printed Davis and overagainlt To the andGow ef G E N T L E M E vote and intereft are humbly reqnefted X for John to fucceW Mr Morfe the late Clerk in that he having feryed his cJerkfhip to that and with In ill upwards oTfeVen years hopes he it wellqqalifjed to fucceed thoroughly ac quainted with the nature of the iclatiVe to the v This is by to the Right John ornsmewted with an elegant frontif ky Wale and to be continued price fixpence of THE HISTORY of as wellEccle liattical from the earlieft to the cK fe of rtie twelfth parliament of Great Together Hiftory of and j the neighbouring Kingdoms and fo as is neceftanly connedtfd with of this Alfo oi the of the BritifU Empire in from the firft difcovery to tlie prefent In which the dawn of arts and their gradual is particu larly difplayed and the fource of all die great events and changes in tltefe kingdoms accounted with the ftriclelt by for the hiiij fld by a Xke in by pro pofals at large are delivered gratis GENERAL of containing an ACCOUNT of the FIRST INHA siT ANTS of the and the franiaclions in rom the By an In fourvolmnes large price tour guineas in There are not thirty fetls left unfold of tbe leuge one of tbifiHallpaperii 56ld by next the Meufa in Ca Where maybe Cartes Hiftory of volume the large in price The fame infmall in price Hiftoiia detle Guerre Civili di Francia di Htn rico in tiuo large beauti fully and ctrreSly ufoitfine paper and a Roman price neatly bound two Sir James Wares Hittory and Antiquities of illuftrated with cuts of ancient alfo the and in their proper With a large Account of the Writers of in two fuch writers who were born in that kingdom and fuch though en joyed preferments or offices or had their edu cation in it with an account af all the works they large accounts of many of their many material and continued down to the beginning of the prefent by Walter Eiq in price neatly 5 oran to the Antiqui ties of with 9views with proper expl the princi pal and antieut dwellings in the county of Taken upon the fpot by Thomas Efq Thfe fecond with additions by in bjiuid TbisDqfit price A Short and modeft REPtY to a aftfe DUTCH A Y B JuJge be not JHnled and under the Reyal i Ibis be pubiijbtdy Price B E R THE EASTINDIA Printed in Ludgate Where the preceding Numb rs may be Forthe letters figned CATO attl DIANA To the oF tlie Valet rjittnium falire RIGHT HAVE no doubt hut a gentkman in your high ai d of your diftinguifneii may be much difgufkd with appLc tions of projectors relative to tuxes and the to give readly any aitentioruto sh anonymous perfoii on fuch objects as the great Erafmus he never rsad fllmd but he picked feme corn from the fa it poffibly may Induce you to give tais a It is at leaft well The author hns no private inttreft in view has bfen many years in and had the pkafure of being well Known to many perfons of diftincliun to one of whom m prefen ed fome years ago the following he approved and recommended it to the hue Legge j but he fent the author word that the tnxesi were fettled for that and foon after refignetl his In the przfent unhappy ftate the lofrtr part of this nation are too fenfibly It is furery material to think of feme tax that will be no way to and permit fome which are fo to be leflenedjor entirely The following I hcpe might prove from any material objection t artd though here but roughly fketched by a more able hand may be and brought to It is a fmall tax on everything fold by a method of late become fc fashionable as to have more money returned that than can will be I would propofe in tlve pound be paid by the or prcpietor on every article fold by that except landed and OK which perhaps in he poutitl may be thought n the two artices cf hcufliold goods and pictures j ir will b fjund that one hun dred thoyfand pounds are raifed in London and its environs only in one year befies the great articles imported from rious EaUIndia to an incredible This to the fales in England and and nicluine eltates fold in and by private mi ft I avn what enqnicies I and wbat converfiuion I have at leaft the fum of three niiliianf in the Of which land nnd hcufes one 500000 Which at in the is 6150 The remainder At in the 57500 Which maybe raifed without any poor perfon being at all affeijtedby for fuch no buyers at auc nor have any thing worth difpofing of that The method of collecting this I be very and fmall expence to the I would humbly propofe it fliould be thus let the clerk who takes the account what te fell produce the books within three days after account is ended to the ntareft excife and fwear to the truth of it errors accidental in cafting up excepted which may be foon examined by a proper clerk in the and the tax paid into the fame The or if thought might alfo be I with it mny ftrike your attention to confider this I have talktd with feveral prrfcns in trade about and all to approve and to think it May it appear fo to your difcerning And may it produce fome benefit to the pocr by be ing adopted And mny the taxes on and three very material articles to pcor mechanics and labourers be eafed thereby which is my If to this tax there could be a due ccnfider ation added of others on race faddhhorfes nst for hire dogs particularly thofe who p packs of hounds livery fervants per head on thofe who keep All might tend to erde the labour ing and induftrious It fhculd feem as if it would give great honour to him who fliould bring fuch ufeful taxes to be nd take or cries in As to at present he topic of and it feems to me if public j properly are the fine means to j this neceflary of life in a prop pi ice fLr both farmer j and c A letter worth attention on this fub i ject was in the Gazutcer the hut on this j fubjtiSt I leave that to for Sed tnanum de If what I have be worth your it is all I defre from If be ferry to take up your May the blcis every dffign
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