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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 3, 1766, London, Middlesex D E C E M B R M A K E in the Saturday the firh a Hew Serious R ME OR AN cowpofed by feveral celebrated pot and no perfooi without wheh will be defi Jltod TJttt at tte feid at half a guinea Firft Galleiy Second 5allery By their til A J E STIES perfon to be admitted behind the nor into 3Jbe Pit anABrtxes wnl be opened at five Tobegin at half atvheur after fix ecleck Vivant Rex R U ft A M T the THEATRE ROYAL m DMJRY L AN THIS DAY will be prefented G L ACTD E 8 T I HE n Holland by Towell Yates Bwldeley j Palmer Serjeant Love Mifs by Mifs Pope Fanny i Palmer Abing fan Chamber by Mils Plym Heidel To which will be The CUNNING The characters by and Places for the boxes to betaken of at the CO V NT G A R D E AT the THEATRE m COVENT THIS DAY will be prefented a New Comic called r ACCOMPLISHED frh New Entertainment of by La Mils and Sig Boxes js Pit Firft Upper iPUcei for twboxtt to be taken of j at the T ibe THEATRE in the HAYMAR K THIS the 3d Signer LACI0Os Company will exhibit VARIETY of NEW 1 Never attempted Sieging by Mi and Vaulting 0ri the flack rope by Signor Dancing by MUiFerci and Mifs Signer Sturgefe and Sigoor on the tight Mtftejr Haddo Signer amt iftgnor Fpfci 1611 jump over the for with out the on the With fevepal feats ftfaftivny ieen ifi lipg Jafld and variety of new TM jnoft furprizin diverting pafQinwices Wire 6y Monkey i he he IUB vaom and turns the Wfceel on the rtack rqpe to jroaft aftoju thing of the kind ever ttpd ijis general fjtisfection wherever The whole to conclude with A by Mifs Pit Gallery The doors to be opened at andoegin at half Ha hour after fix Vivant Hex BTo prevent placet to be taken at Office of the from nine to It is Humbtv requeifed that the who fend their fervants by five Ko money to be returned after the curtain is drawn is price QBSERVATIOJJS fettjng the O ASSIZE of B R E A Rtcomjnended to the Perufal of all at this Critical Monday given this pamphlet an extraordinary character j but ae it is much too long for the lioviu of an adver we only infert the follawing Ikort The Author of theft which con tain feveral ot higheft importance to the poorer part of our fellow fecms tabe mafter of his Jjnnted for at in the fecond edition of An Im partial View of Engliflj from permitting She exportation of corn in 166 to the preient Ibis day art pubhjbedt prict Dedicattd to Sir GEORGE POLITICAL SPECULATIONS an Attempt to Difcover the Caufes of the DEARNESS of PROVISIONS and High Price of Labour in With fome Hints for remedying thofe Printed for o jpofite ip Piccadilly fold likewife by in Of whom may be The ROrYAL containing new and for 1767 withJhe new Members eledted the jaft and the Crefts and Mottos of the Englifli finely andaomplete Alfo the ettablifhments of which were never printed here befowi the Irifh Penfianers complete feveral new Xitts England and in the whole above TKOrsANp names not in the other books of this Correfted at the relpaaive and by fe Keral Members of Price only S T E LO TTNDRAWN Stapes and are now firfling warranted hour of the ffoti JB at here no five per is and one pound mprewhen drawn in the than any where and chances uifured from be by tus tottery at in Popesheadal next Lombardflreetj and next Harris in gold letters over the CORNELLS 1 SUBSCRIBERSm The SOCIETY in That the fecond Meeting will be the 4th of As the politenefeof the Gentlemen in leod ng their Tickets to the has been found pro ductive of a very djfproportionate number of the lat til thought more by the Ladies who patronize the for ihe La iies Tickets lhall be transferable only and entlemens only to Larlies and Gentlemens pwn chairs are to come to the door in Suttonftreet hackney chairs and carriages to the doors in Sohofquare and to jreyent any to and damage their carriages and cattle Laduw and Gentlemen are intreated to be to their to fet them take them with their heads towards A SALE of Now felling nnder prime coft By order of the and for the benefit of the creditors of James at rhe Lamb and near Bilhopf gateltreetj confiftingof A Large fortmsnt of flowered and plain tabbies and du capes and noweied with variety of half filks and Alfo great choice of black and Norwich ftiopkeepers may likewife be fup plied with fiiks or ftuffs cortfidorably under their ori ginal B The leafe of the houfe to be Tits at four veili Ire Price One Shilling and THE ACCOMPLISHED MAID A New Comic As it fs perfarmed at the Theatre Royal in Printed for in in the Strand and Richardfon and at the Royal Tbitviay it Price in bound The fifth volume which compkats the work of ANEW ABRIDGMEN T of the BA With an alpbabstical index to the Printed his law for Of Worralirid A H Hawes and prieli X Shuck and bribing the hour of coming a fecret from their would prevent mafcy Tilfrbeing and might aJfo bea means of preventing many bank infaad of wearing dou ble arid would then be obliged to wear their gown faced the as the foounan iiv family where they and a fcarlet with a ftraw would answer the fame end as CofFeehoufe could not then keep geldings thefime and money that is how would turn their minds to fek hap pinefs through another by which would make them more and ren der them valildjjle to is of extravagance that I mail here and though I do not recollecl you have ever taken notice of yet I am apt to fromfyour nice discernment of that I hall hear it is no more than what Iws occurred to you before Livery fervants wearing1 bags to their and ruffles how abfurd How ridiculous h Sure the l mailers fcf thefe fervants are not feftfible how they excite and become the fcorn of all pru I rational As you are fo very I you would oblige the public with a few of your animadverfions on this ihtpid this is that if our great people have any inclination to retrench they call imme diately put a ftop without waiting for a fumpku ary law and this would give a check to Where is the neceflity of the foot and having their heads all frofted over like a plumb cake with flour There on a mo derate as much flour wafted daily in this fmall as would make one hundred and forty four quartern en rfn is dai ly bread fufficient for fix hundred If this curfed for being fine is fo very I wifh there was a law enabled to oblige them to drudge their heads with pulverized Though this may be laughed it would anfwer the fame that of nixing their heads Before we can reafonably hope to fee marriages we muft fee the number of profthutes de creafe the numbers of them that now infeft our Immtdiately after Lhriftmai ivitl be uei J Regular and comment lift of all the CON BRACTS for pravifuaj and jorage tittered into on account ej tkt late war in iiitk the ttjffurott prices vjubicb they wtre in different yean by i that THE MaRE A BORAGE CAN r AFFORDED tnmflaitct wry to the and prtytr for totijid ratiw at this To which ivill be a lift of the different OFFICES PA TRIOTIC PRINCIPLES OF OKCONOMY U Jit ptrintenct the fupplies of ihe Britijl a My ctfring that and 0 ail the pttpls employed in THJi LU CRATIVE BUSINESS of SAVING THE PUB LIC That the public has plundered is mvfl by ittbatn remains yet to be made Letter ftgned in the Gazetteer of May 4R T Here during the of a great variety of tickets hares and Four blanks to The blanks ami to be transferable annuities at the Bank of Eng bearing per South sifea with their ral arniiirifisT bonds Navy and Victualling all kinds ot Government fecurities houiht Ali from town or j rV the tetter A FHK Continuation of the To JONAS H A N W A Efq encreafe of all that is fubltan tially good depends on our receiv ing itencreafes know and eftablifiies wifdom rlie exercifeof which will net only removes all but alfo all ima ginary The ous man laboureth in the caufe of the asfuch I confider you j therefore as and ty are the attendants on it has em me to addrefs you in public and though my Utter will want that elegance of ftyle with which I could wifh to drefs I am not1 afraid that the improprieties of it will be hereafter taken to pieces you are no for a fubjeft being well in tended is a fufiicieut recipimendation to yomr no without any further l fhall acquaint you that I have perufed many of your with and htive profited much being a young man who have hitherto lived in the of by your I am now blended with a propenfity to and a thorougli change of Your knowing this will add to your and you thereby reap ths fleets of your labour 5 as I make no doubt but you will think yourfelt amply rewarded for your fedentary life fince you commenced by the pleafing refUcTion of in all faved a foul I am glad to find in this degenerate that there is even one gentleman that is not afhamed publicly to ftand forth a champion in the caufe of Virtue go and that your profelytes may kill be moft fervent 1 join with you in crying out for a fumptiiary that would be laying the axe to the It K from our extravagance of drefs and falfe that that we derive our prefent and it is want ing this in conjunction with the Marriage tkat gives a chock to that honourable If a law was it would prevent rhe prottitute from drefiing in that and tempting manner which is fo enfnaring to ApprentieesMn London then could not hare their fwordi and bag nayfomeof them laced cloaths lying at the bagnios and brothels in and about Co vent Garden for them to go there and vid then go from that to the at half price af terwards pick up their fup at rhe ta vern ami A tjje morning under the areiac Some time for the fake of observation one I walked from Charing Crofs to the Royal about the hour of in order to reckon howmanyof thefe unhap py wj etches there might pafs which amounted to upwards of 340 5 from might not a fo reign r cofttlttde that whoredom flourimed in this not a fbanger think we tolerated this in droves under the very nbfe par ticularly of a Sunday that they are abfolutely become a public The courts and other avenues about the Change and Pott Of are fo iufefted with thefe that the city is now become as notoriously infamous as the pur lieus of Druryhne ever Do not they lurk in ambulrade for the who fent with his matters letters to tbePoft and at other times enfnarethe who may be overta ken in liquor at the which very often lays fuch a fcene of dHtrefs in a worthy as wonld make s heart ach to relaie The watchmen are in fee with they are abfolutely their protestors what more can evince the truth of it than the fol lowing which frequently happens A gentleman going from a tavern or where hs may have indulged too liberally with his one of thefe ttrumpets obferving gives him a and at that inflant picks his pocket upon which the gentleman delivers her into the euftody of the to whom flie is very well from her habit of going her nightly rounds 5 lie rgefor up on this the gentleman muft either give her or fubtnit to accompany her to the watckhoufe when they arrive her old canting plea that the gentleman wanted to go home with then thefe icoundrels of watchmen get round the and perfuade him to let the poor girl go and what a fcandal it will be for a gentleman to appear againft her at the Old Bailey with the tears of a croco fues to himfor torgivnefs j at the gen tleman being wrought upon by their to her being releafed on his attempt ng lo t the tables are they pre vent his and do you ac quit this gentleman who as he has acquitted the young woman Then fome of them God order the watchmen a gallon of beer for their At this the gentleman is offended j looking on it as an refufes to comply upon which the who they have waiting at the door of the watch comes or is rathfir brought and claims what for her falfe im and lofs of time This fcene of villainy enrages and he he will not conform to it the confequence of charges him again the unfortunate gentleman muft now either permit one ef thefe watchmen fee him into his who thunders at the door for and then enquires of the fervant in an audible on pur pofe for the neighbours to whether he is ma fter ot that and if he will be forth coming for him in the morning Being anfwered in the ajfirma the Officer Juflice permits the gentleman to go in This throws the family into a confufion much eafier to be conceived than defcribed as every thing has two the enemies of this gentUman fail not availing themfelves of the vvorftv before twelve oclock at it is rumoured through half the that Mr a married and father of three or four was taken up the preceding nnd carried to the watch for picking up a ftrumpet in the ftreet by which means a very worthy in all laughingfUck to many Sa that you ht mull either iubmit to their iin fuffer this odium on his If the for the reaforts to prevent his family from being will not fiiffer the watchman to go homl with then ht rauft either pay the half crown to the oH is threatened with the though at the time they know it is more tlun they dare do to fend him therei But as the gentleman cenfklers in his private it might be a on birri to appear in contending with thefe be is at laft under the necdfify of fuhmitting td their It is owing to that thofe audaci ous countenanced by theie infamoot with tbefe their nightly fcenes of villainy in the very center of the city of What I have here related are which are flabSorn and not be We have feaicely a yooth now in the city of the age of fourteen that debauched Jell it nor in thejirseij of left tbe daugfrerf oftie fliilijiipts Wbere are the Alderman of the Juftiess of the Common thatthey an 1 put a ftop to thii fpreaduig evil byexerting jsin ly and itparately in jumtiiiflg and abolifliing thefe The total difiegard thsxt citizens have for thefe few laft the gulating and geotl of our ferious It Is pxving to neglect that are fich fwarms tbefc every in the avenues leading to Lombardfti but particularly by the Man fionhoufeand Why are our lives and properties eotruited in the bajlds of men who will every night on their liahdi enter into confabuiation with thefe infamous asdaccept of drainsout of little pocket phials which they carry on purp to curry favour with the watch Can we think on no fcheme nrght he wortliy confideration of to prevent proftitutes walking the ftreets Let us join in never ceafe writing this ip cwtain hope that the Almighty will enlighten of Unofe who have it in theit pow to form a plan and get it pafled into a We Oiould then fee Hymen rajft his Immorality would This I am furs would contribute as to your happinefs as it would to him who has the lioncur to fubfcribe himfelf An INVISIBLE P5 Hadive known our Ccrrefpondtnt The Veteran reafoxi for having his letter as dajt at the thug he jent itt itv bit late ll fsret have a plate till luill be To the PRINTER of the BEING in company laft Thurfday evening where that article in the of that morning was read which that on there were prefent in Paiis three Noblemen who had been fucceflively at the Court of France fince the acceffion rf his MajeHy to the it was re that there are now living five wha are or have been Firft Lords of the and ten who are or have been Secretaries of during tfae fame fpace of time and thefe are their names Lords of the Trealiyy alive Duke of New Lord Grenville Marquis of Duke of Secretaries of State aljve Lord Lord Lord Lord Lord Jiuke of Ouke of Lord Shelhurne befides Lord who died of a furftit from eating cake and drinking caudle at the Queens As this feems a very fmgular Drujnomenon in the hiftory of I think you will da well tranfmit it to IN IELLIGENCE for the THE poft of Mafter of the1 Horfe was offered to Lord and Admiral Havke is now faid to be appointed firft Lord of the And that Sir Piercy is appointed a Lord of the Admi in the room of Admiral It is that all negotiations with the Duke of Bedfords is entirely brake INTELLIGENCE IXTR AORDlNAR ON Monday evening a certain noble Duke had a conference with a late which lafted up wards of four hours and it was yefterday faid with confidence that they parted without coming to any From the LONDON His Serene Highnefs the Heredi tary Prince of Brunfwick arrived here laft nizht in perieft and is this day to have a private au dience of his Sicilian The Kng has been pleafed fo conthtute and appoint UlvfTesFi to be LieutenantGovernor the iftand of in the room of Lauchlin The King hns hren pleafsd to conftitute and ap point William Efq to be LieutenantGovernor pf the ifiaud of in the loom of Alexander Efq Thomas of comber and to the a3d and init andi3th of a two in the at the Ihice inn in Market in the iaiti Jonsh of mnlter and brewer to furrenderthe gth and and iith of lal at three in the st rue BuQi tavern in in Thomas o to furrenderthe and and ijrhof the John of Shoelane Fleetftreet feaJ ca gi to iurrenJer the 6th aaa aoth acfju
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