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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 1, 1766, London, Middlesex 1 The Gazetteer and M O N D A D E C E M H A Y M A R K E the THEATRE in the the ad of performed a New A B U O N A F I G L I U O L The Mufic eotnpofedby Signor Niccdo w new and new Pit and Boxes to be put andjio so be ad tnijtpd without whch will bedeli vered Tomorrow half a guinea Firft Gallery Second By MAJE STIES perfon whatfoever to be admitted behind the nor into the Ehe Pit wjH be opened at Jive To begin at half at aftrtr fix oclock Vivant D R V R L A N it T tfefc THEATRE J0YAL to THIS prefented The j E AL Holland j Major Yates Charles the ad time Cautherley Lord Dodd 5 Sir ftajrry by Painter Ackv man y Lady Palmer To wulch will tn Tfo G i by Boxes Pit Upper Places tor the to betaken of at tlie L CO V S V T A R D E T in COVRNT THIS will be presented M A t tf of the MIL Sir Starry Syca Mrv Beard i GiWoii Ralphjf Dibdin Lady Pitt Mils Poitjerj Mattocks j which will be K The C I T I t by 5 Young Woodward Boxes firit tapper Places for the boxes to be taken of at T the LITTLE the the jftof PLACIIJP exhibit VARIETY of Never attempwd Singing Keen and Vault en theilackrcipf by Dancing by Mils arid Mlfs Tunjbling by Placido Sturgefs andSigner Datwfng on thetight rope Signor Signom dance tig jit rope without rouch it witti her and with the eoloors on HI djvej Wire asid 5 He waits and dances on the tight rope the pole various equilibresenthe and without the pole lie and turns the on the Hack rope to This animal is the raoft of the kind ever and has giveq general wherever hd The Whole to conclude a hornpipe by xPjft Gallery at and begin at half an hqvu after fix Vivant Rex B To prevent places to be taken at OfficeoiF the from nine to It is humbly requetted who talce wifi fend five No money to be returned after the curtain is drawn 7 AM Dty if In price bound HE CHINESE or Emiflary from the of ro examine into the prefent Stiate of Translated from for JnJatarnofter maybe had Paris Edition ef kbove in 6 This dayal tatn price TEFLECTIOSSon the prefent PRICB of and che Complaints and Dif arifirfg Coiiraming a full yin icition of the dealers in from the charge f The labourers hare being ftldom more than a 1 bare hever allows that body of men to rajfe their thoughts or the richer for uncommonand great in ane univerfal makts them tbrget and eniboldens tocarve their wants with armed scml fweepairiiite But this rafely fiap but in he maladminiftrarioa ef neflecled or mifirianaged Ltrke en Inter tfir Printed lor at in Ludgate T E Q T J B K UNDRAWN Shares and are now felling warranted hour of the front feven inthtf mbrnrng til eleven at where no five per cent is and one prfund more when drawn in the than any where elfeJ rnaresj and icbancesinfured from be ing drawn by at bis at in Popesheadal and next Dunftaitfs Harris in gold letters over the Hero during the time of a great variety if tickets hares and Rdur blanks to The blanks anJ prizes to be transferabk annuities at the Bank of Eng bearing per per and South Sea ftocksf their iVfiral bonds Navy and Victualling and all kinds of Government fecusities bought id Ibid by Alj letcerj from towrTor tORHEX begs leave to tcquawt N O B IL I T V5 and G E R 1 S U B S fc RI B E R S to The SOCIETY ift That the fecond MSbf ting will be on Tkuriday the4th of As the politenefi of Gentlemen in ing their Tickets to has been fouija pro duftive ef a very disproportionate njttnber of tbje Jat tis thought more by patrcmize the tfi at for the La dies Tickets ball be trantferable only Gentlemens only to Ladies and own chairs are come to the door inSuttonftreet hackney chairs and carriages to the and to prevent any danger and damage to their carriages and cattle and Gentlemen are intreatea to be to their tafet them ani take them up with thetr heads AUTHORS jSfiGHt for tKeCuNNJNft Comedy of the CLANDESTINE with the above Mufical will be pepformed on Wednefday the sd at the Theatre Tickets to beliad of at the ftage ideor ami of near A PAR with two tluee thoufand pounds the trade is very extenfive and and might be made morefo as nothing is wartfingfor but A young or middleaged acquainted with or linen will bemqft being a good op portunity for any perTon that to be well fet but principals wiU be treated or to Mr Sta This day berpitblifbidu price Dedicated to Sjr GEORGE 00LITICAL SPECtJLATIONSi an Attempt JL to Difcpver the Caufes of the DEARNESS of PROVISIONS and High Price of Labour in With feme H nts for tbofe Printed1 for Aim in Piccadilly and fold likewife by in Of may be The RpYAL KALENB conteining new and correft LHfs for 1767 j with the aew Membeis elected fince the laft and the Crefts and Metts of the fineljr and complete Alfo the eftablHhmftnts of Scotland and which were never printed here before the Irifo complete feveral new Lifts in Englandknd the whole THOWSAKD not in the other books of this Corrected at tlref efpeftive and by fe veral Members of Price only and wih ACATALOGUE of leveral LIBRAJIIES and PARCELS of1 including the entire LIBRARIES of WILLIAM Eq JOHN and GEORGE MACAU aU latefy books foiehe moft part are in excellent condationy and very well Which to be fold for ready money thepriCea printext in ijn Tharraay the itth continue on fale tilltbe 4th of By T H DAVIS In Catalogaes to be had price of Brother at the Royal Exchange atQulds coffeehoufe Fletcher and Pauls churchyard in Holborn 5 Hingef Templebar 5 Becket and Du in the Strand j PallmaU Shropjhireand New Bond ftreet Piccadilly Ffetcher and at Oxford MdU Fletcher and at XTambjidgej and at the place of where the full value is git en for any library or parcel of UFir tbt letters Jigned OLD ENGLAND Continuation of the Account of Fauftus lafl of the GAZET whole argiiinents for the repeal of the prohibition of French Cam bricks may be reduced to thefe the revenue may been and that the drapers may notlofe Neither of thefe appear reafons of great weight in national fenfe as they affect fome hundreds of Cuftomhoufe and abwe London it is worth while tocbnfider Eveiy attempt to revenue at the expence of national is pernicious and deftcujcrive of the very end it The wealth of a nation fprings alone from ihe hbour of inha applied to the fimple cuhivaticvn of the more ingenious An fees this in all its and conftantly prefers treafuring up riches in the pockets of the to paltry refource of collecting a duty upon the introduflion of foreign whkh interfere with our own and cliecTc our own Jt isnot the cuftoms on goods imported that have enabled this oiatiou to maintain fleets and to hold the ballance of power in andtocdrry warandconquelt to the remotell corners of the earth It is the neverfailmg fource of arifmg from the employment and induftry of the that has thefe glorious and miniitered amply to the neceflUies of the ftate He therefore mult be narrowminded in ignorant in finan and unworthy of the fmallelt truft m public af for the lake of ao or paid into Treafary from a duty on French would throw 30 or Britifh fubjeas out of Happily for the poor and the this vif have now anafting Miuilter iathe department of the finances of a very different I mentioned him in my laft and firsci that had an opportunity to hear him declare his feHti ments in a public upon this very fubjcft of He there aflerted intthei6off tf and unequivocal that it was under prohibi tions that all ouimanufaflftues had and farely he Viil oet allbW Cambricks to languish for wartt of fo vyholefomea nurfer Befides I received this truth aflerted and deftpded with all graces of it gave me infinite fati sfaclaon to find the of the repfal fo clearly confuted in what they have prefumed to that r of the r rather favourable to their caufe an indignity to one of his abilities and to think he would adopt great a folicifrn in as to grafp at a revenue arifing from the entry of foreign to lofe a touch greater arifing from the confiimption of the peopleemployed in the fame at home 5 and it injury to that ina adminiftration he fhould reuder himfttf the only unpopular come now tothe next that of the draperslofing their cuftorners if the hot takeri To be fure tliis is a grave and weighty and worthy of the of p whether or all rich and voters in the fhould be curtailed of ten of claret in the eourfe of one or loufy Scotch and Irifh weavers mould be deprived of oatmeal and po tatoes Men who dare openly avow fuch reafons anij fuch meet onry con tempt aiijl indignation ihftead of a ferious anfwer I remember a correfpondcnt figfied No bad ito better to People who would thus facrifice thoufands to tlieir own would not hefitate to fet Loncfon 031 fire to roaft their own Bnt the drapers have certainly farther views than they pretend to avow 5 ir is riot to from the the trifling fole pieces of Cam the prefent ojilyy which they afpire at no expect orci more to in troduce the general ufe of that to fupplaht entirely the ruuflins and Scorch and thus fev cure a great and extenfke branch of trade to them is evident thai if FrenchjCambricks are allowed to be upon payjnent of a high the would ftilJ be able to underfell tmtixg gentlemen if they ftuck to their prefent fcruplesj and consequently they muft ftiH Hieircuftomers j but the truth that the prohi bition makes the rifle as great in heir mops as in the fo no man of charaStr tnat it of can undertake it j therefore they propofe taking off this not to prevent but that they may ftart and frtjuggle upon equal with fellows who have lefs to and are more enter prizing than A SPITALFIELDS KJ Ifi the quotation Jrom Cbsynit preface to bis tcok Hexkliiin ReidV fetter of Friday ja flfue of the uW trifled be ivird Jbwld in Saturday arrived a mailjrom At the opening of theDyeta few days the Prince Biihop of who is fhe Chief of the was very waim againit the He gbferved that the firlt point of the Pafla Coriveata ordams the mnintehaiice of the Carbolic religion he reprefented with the utmpft tljit acajrding to the laws of the kingdom nRthing could be granted to not even the toleration of rheirworunp hefuftained thatthey bad violated the conftituhons of the in applyingfor the protsclion of foreign powers he then read a plan for a that the re public fhould nevsr grant to che Proteftants aoy privileges beyond thofe which atprefent enjoy and with fome other whether the two chambers unanimonfly confcnted The States anfwered by a general acda The King then delivered a in he declared he was ready to tfied his Wood for re ligion adsifed the States to fufpend the plan propofed by the Bifcop of till thofe mat ters which require the enafting new laws come in Courf2 to be taken into His Majefty piopofedin thfc njeanxtitne their proceeding to the cxatninafion of fome ether according to the order prefcribed by the laft were tq precede ilf which was accordingly From the L O N D O N GAZETTE O2jii the laft accounts from caftle of Carigna was ta Keo by the on of In it were found Halile die Ma econ and about lixty of He was impaled and about fixty oJ his He was and his head was fent with thofe of a num ber of ms The nioft noted of the male were afterwards as they were ta Numbers of the poorarfataated peafants who into the rebellion by were re leafed after a ftrift Three of the afTaf fins of the Governor in the year were and BANKRUPTS John of London cook arid to furrender the Sth and r6th of Decem af GuiidhaU JaDUary at four in the Cuthbert Wilkinfon and James of to furrender on the 6th and i3th of De 16 appointed fir making tbe Of Jiat to of in the parifh of Sepuclire in the county of pub dealer and on d of at ten m te at Guildhall Robert of in the county of the of at twelve at at 7 th of watch dealer and the ty of at four in tha at John of the of at ten in the at ienjamm formerly of the Sr Andrew in the cfty pf but late of Betck in the county of Surry dealer and the ioth of Decem at at to be allowed to a Alexander of the city of mer dealer and on or be fore the aoth of December L O N D O A propofal is now under confideration for ing the bpunty wheat to allowing that on wheatfloiir tp remain as The instability of the prefeiit MijJiftry eeryyday more apparent j and it is confidently faid that no Wbig will be in A few diys Tihce there was a Violent quart el near the infomuch that ditrerrgrivc and learned perfoiiSj grown grey in the their could not be conftrained from calling each other The pfthi qiunei was a difference of opinion in certain law rela tive to a late Saturday arrived at his houfe in Berkf the Right Lord from his leat at CalHebill in for the winter It h confidently that a noble lately arrived here from a neighbouring as foon as he is be created a Duke of this and refide for purppfe he intends difpofing of his ettates and im menfe pofTeffions in order to rt the value thereof info tills It is like wief that he will be reftored to tbe title and eftates of grandfather in and that thcaufe of his leaving F was his being difgufted with ttur for having taken his regiment from and making no provision for him in part of the prefent Emperor of Moroccos character is he will mojt for murder j but that crimejie never will An other priuci pie that he to aliowthe JeWs in his dominions to travel but retains their wives and children as lioft ges for their return j anc that he is neither fo or violent in his aftions as Futher the late ExtraS ef a letter from We are informed by lecurj from of the arrival on of three failors and a female tin board the Modefte frigate wbkh ivas la ely the The account the rive pfthe circumltances attending that fatal accident exactly agrees with the deposition Gayeti WbiUt the Captain and thirtyfowr of the crew got on ffie fifteen of which number four who are arrived at chrgfat to the bow upon which they fix without cloaths or fubfilting a little fea Ten of people perulied The fixth the wu had withftood the horrors of perceived an Algerine galliot approaching the of Which on board wifh thegrcttit im inanity but the care he took of one of the five died iht furvivinsj when they arrived were pieicnteci to the wbo fentthem immediately to the and he has difpatched a copy of thdrdepo to and another copy to the sheriffs and Depufiesof CommsrCe at Ir j9 aid that two of the feamen are out of but that other failor and the He in The latter came trom and going to kef wbo is littled at the Sh6 had with her a daughter about 16 of whols probably amongit the nuuiber of thofe who Paris Part of a letter from dated I was dilappoirited in lending this letter by A great and a greater fwell of the cn Thurfday drove the brig on fliore on rocks rhefliip I propoled to feud a letter by and dxflnd her all to above fiiip belonged to Some letters from that his Britannk has frequent conference with the Grand on the fubjeft of a new treaty of commerce with Letters from Tobaga that eleven thou fand acres of crown fands were fold by the commiiT fioners in the inonth of Aiiguft and that ales continued very rapidin From Newfoundland there that Mackey in a Rhode Ifiand had bten wrecked in a hard gale of at Cape and only two of the crew The Anna Am is arrived at fur rnooiitigs fh the The Netv Robert bound from Malaga to having parted btr cablein a was lately drove on and ftranded in the Port of In the eourfe of laft week the entered for exportation divers gooda and merchan dize to the value of We hear Keafington palace nil be given bv his to his Royal Hghneis the Duke of Cui Among other plans fotraifing a fum of naorey it faid a duly will be lajd on uiuffot all wiiich will affeft the consumers At prefent there is a duty on tobacco before but none after As great complaints luvebjenjuily made wirji reJpect to the fize of it is iaid n hw wl be that each bottle fhill bear a Itamp to afcc tain the for which one halfpenny is to be paid per An anonymous threatning incendiary letter was on Wednesday found Silverrton in the of Northamproo j which letter wasdi reeled as hereunder and contained the words and letters To Mr Lidington of tilv the Couaty of arehe or are theds of the ttwn and hope that you the Dearnis of Cern for we are o Dnve too Couatis that Buckingham and tfor this givts you warninjfor if you Dont not be Chepe once in a fortnight your Barns and hovils ail be waJ ue with cne rC r FVToieand ve wfli on with if you Dont Confider Vvc poor of WC are all molt Sttrvwd and We can die but once for we have conJidred within fdves that it the ers faults and fo we will with them as you art a Live to auer
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