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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 5, 1766, London, Middlesex Pit and fettle wiU be dfeli Firft their J feerfon to be admitted behind jtdr fiaLriefo Pit ajGJjtBoxes will be operiedat frvj Signer on the tigIk Sfl daftce With two boys to aad on ivwu iswts of aQivTty newrr fcfcp in u and variety of new furpriiHig and dVveji tmfi ptrfoi mantes and Tight Rope by the Monkey i he oeJ te on e Vitb and ba en the and Kind ever en general The whole 50 conclude with 4 liU who tow u W be isI M O T JR SfV rtrttlE Truftees of tfie and X Fulium are defired tc New on Tuefday next at io order to take into coniidVratibn an application to Parliament for the renewal of their acV J A S A L E of S Now felling under prince coft By of the and for the the creditors of James at ibi eand near ArtilleryJane fii gatertreet confuting of A Large fortment of iowered and tabbies and du capes j ftripedVafrui flowered with of half filks aid great choice of black Ndrwicli ihoijkeepers may likewife be fupi plied with filks Of flum Iheir OTJ pftrfons wefValttapiiojattd of the X New of ADDITION way fupr plied m Lu The public may be afluredtrtat ports which have beta very relative to the delay of fttCDn fxlfe j add3 Price One H E A C p M 9 4 18 Hai the Theatre Royal in Fruited for in the Strand j aud Richardfan and Royal f day Price il in jfs The wriutaie wbieh of BA CONS With an alphabetical index to the Printed by law for Of Worralttna A and Shuck r U Tbt Second j Examinatjftn of tfie Principles DAVio Efq hi an Eflay on GEORGE Principal of tfie one of the Prmted for inEdinburghj and bjd by Cadelly oppaftte in theSirand Bald inPaur nolter row and efSiiie 4 CATALOGUEof federal of uicluriinV and sdr lately rtfecea The books the mot psrt ate in excellent andvety weft v Whiphf will fold money printed in Tharloaytlie fifth fale till the afthpf Mirth J By t A o to AY r E in pipr oe wiien drasrti in tht at peat Four blaafcs a Tfie Wanks andprizei at IBank of bearing three per per Siuth Sea frith thrift fcveral India bonds Navy arid aH kindiof bought fold by All 6r paid duly Catalogues be had fpne of Brother arthe atGkiWfs ccffeehpufej Co Preetftreet Hmgefi Teniplebar I Betket iliS Da in the Strand 5 cfofJ7 Dodfleyi Pailtrail j Ifrest yj Oxford Woodytof and and at the jjlaceof JfulV value Divert for any librar or parcel of botikt t it price StpNTHUr for j being fifi h number ef 7 number Sbaps Letters frdm ftaty Drans Confultalions jn Sur CencJuCon of the Pool of Black Commentaries on the Laws of England book the The Way to Things by and tdliyords by Green and Pienhi Tjranflation of AkenfideJ epfmhea tary Philofophicnl tej yew Thefpis a Crittr cal ExarriJiiMtion of tbe Account of the the Letter tothe Caleb Short late extraordinary the People of on the frequent of A Letter to a Nolsle on the Neceffities of the A true Hiitory of a Lord Taafes Oblerva tims on in Another edition of the ft ne Cjnnpigneys Supplemtnt au Mi The Ladys Tha a The Cunning Lf 10 The Charter of Earl of ms of and fod by ui the Strind Tckid YcvKf in Edinburgh j in Dublin Co ia in bh rb6ne 4i j r manyttajafand volumes parchsfed in the branches of terature In whjcb is ihchided the Ji of gejtleyhan Moftpf the books are in iftahy intbe rrtbft elegaltV vrfiieh toe feld cheSp money in the on of W I L LI A M Q TR Oppafite the rbj fei die and to continurdaily fele tlii full value for any or parcel tif 1boo1U alfo books Catalogues be had ef in BonbV ftrcef Rilleyin t in Pauls church yard JohVjj iftreet in Fteeftftreetj the UooK xford and Cambridge and at the place of TURLIN G TO N s BALSAM of MARTHA WiHiam and MARY and noxv fuc cell the late Robert bave had the thU moft feveral other petfon facing ae leave to inform mer and public in that they carry on the bufineft at the old uhe near the Rojal Kx change where all nay be affiired of the Original and Baliam Jackfpn and Son have upan the deaib of Robert Tutling they are become lawfully poflejFed of the re ceipt for the above of Life This is to the that late Turlington never dilpofod of the recupt for making Uie faid to any perfon except the above Wray and to whom he left the by will all ofter IT ANTS and the traniaftjons rom tie EARLIEST v By THOMAS Ja jiice four guineas There yirijaidmtmeiftfcfmak SoFtf by next the ct the fmall in Hiffoifia aeile Guerre Givili di Franuia di Heny rico Catsr two printed tyfyjine fold H Sir James Wares Hittory Antiquities pf Irelandi ofaflciept UnuJJcti alio the KriarsV and in their proper With Isige the Writers of jn two fuch writers who tii that ktfigtiam i and fuch preferments 6hadtheir edu rf with an accoant of aiiflie workithey large ReyUed and to the begmningofthe Walter ri bran to the Afitiqui with ef wirh proper and antienr dwelHng csiiirtty Sf 11akert upon the fpptby Thomas Efq The fecond witTi by the In price fv of fear the Libraries of fcversl t lattiy many of them on Roy 4 jbly bound iji ana Ruwa leather cbntaininw feveral volume in all fcieuces anl of in various lan guages and Jiae condition wfeich 19 a iuab3e colleclion law which will begin to be fherlbweft price printed in the on tlje t 1766 and continue by oppofite Red may be had tlie va ue in uady money for any fibrtry 6r par ceiof to be had of tbe followtogbookfeUerss Pill Mall j ia Bond ftreet 5 at Charingcroft in the Stiandi near TempleBar Pauls Churchyard Brother 7niXiornhUl j and at the place of the molt trifling they Vjil e i W with thtir flanderoui A wifemart fliip without a gfeat deal oi circumfpeiton true friendihip is rind free from conftraint makes no vain whith art generally That friendihip which fovm ed lowly without mach is generally t And if you are enough to have found a go will tlrat frlendfbip wOl be pre fent place leaij fhut it is it ever Unfea jfonable irtruding The man who thf face cf the of jiuany e which a man cannot fay or do for hhnfelf He cannot even ledgi merits ail thefe things aie themouth of jus If you Pie at a lofs to cojnpreheiidthe force of you only to refleSon the of enmity and Where is the bjejietit cf if not a friend whalias tVie fama pleafuife iii it as your felf And as tor adyjVttyj be it conp3nionwho ovii The oies fef An Account of the Lift of loft T6 PRINTER of the to acquaint Itt Friend to that ihe fcheme for pro moting the life of SaltFiflj among linx and lojver is fliil in The gentlemen concerned in it in hopes that the filhmongers deal iuthis article will not advance rhcir of that as there nre many reputable the fale of this fort of they betender of leiFening the reasonable pro fils means of They confidcr that an article of fo grtat naiiqna both in refpeftto the railing and iupporting a and as a wholefoms part of eliet to every family in the ought not to be monopolized for the benefit or a few indi to the detriment of tlie whale Se bun as they find that fcflimongers begin adtimcc thepiice of by any obftrnft thefale of this tha I formerly mentioned to have taken will immediately open in different parts of this A fufficient fura of money for this pur is already ind acorrefpondencecom which will certainly be carried into execu the moment the aflbeiators are informed that s are ejncerting by Hie monopolizers to de public of this eflential means of reducing the exorbitant price of Tlie fiflimongers will be pleafcd to tliat i not like the a very perifhable com That if they by any Cnifter may not be able to do fo fjilllje Aflbciators would lx thought oppreffive They haire the good of whole in and wouM rather wifli it was promotoirfei tliofe immediate intereft it the fifcrtKlPffMrSi thanby all a right to be and they he grieve diV be mnre to wljoiiijcu pur our jtoulv and ijipehy eafe and r if charge of is inclckn to human we proceed thus we yyiceci of tlie man to let him he your eqiul who is your companion and more cager to thanto demand areiurn but let us lay a that we require of our friend oly what is and rhat tie fcrvicrf w perform for Lkewife till it be The proves felf ltt a finccre is to lie considered AS of the greiittW treafures of rUe Vife to chuie for a Iriend a has iinpiicuy and plainnefs of arid whoie icntiimints and in cljnations are fimiJar to our If thefe be only a of ibe and pJcjt fures ut what ran be more fKiptd for a man of ability and power to accfitire ail elegancies of and not to acquire that belt and moft beautiful furaiture of lifef for as to the acquifition we know not who we are toiling for 5 but fneidfhip is fixed and jtafieilive to every ram who it fo hat if a mrm enjoys all other is with out the enjoyment of his can be or MARCUS AU KELT INTELLIGENCE fnr the MONDAY Ltd Nrxr day Lrd ctieifd to nc inmodnte for Loid wiiiuh r Wednefday Duke of M Tktuiday Lord Gower liad ri 1 1 in Same day at noon Chartes rnd Ad miral Ktppei Arid it urts then LordGower was doiliiied for the Next day Lojrf tt out for j where the o rhcn Lfttirr rjfeivfd A f JuAi the of the Ifcure is wind and manners fir nlj tfdt L ivattA OF all fays none hath more of or of than wken good alike in are united by a acquaint ance we cannot be too careful in the choice of a friend j neither U it prudent to enter into friend hip with ff great number of peifoti for though you acquainted with them it will be no matter to get a thorough knowledge cf each other j if yovj are of a croud cf you cannot poflibly know of The titesm which fuch pei Cons exjprefs for each has nothing folid in ii from the 5 an A if you difplsafc c at was given to jy Urett the Suc d had a On Stlntfay or place of Firtt Lord trii Ad Adrairyl Hnwke j and io Sii CfJion to Mond y evening the Duks cf B eonierence witli Lord in which lafred above four At midnigUt tlia DuTe went td fupper at in where i was declared tiie negotiation ail at an Some tiat the of its thus breaking was the Admiralty being given before his Graces arrival in Tuefday his Grace of Blet out for hiifeat nt all negotiation with him an2 bis being entirely at au Charles who was the Rresfury when Lord Buts was at the head of tliat is appointed a Lord sf the in of Sir WillFam Defpencer whj Chancellorof during the fame prbd it wlU baVe a veryfcigh and lucrative It is and that the the Duke of and all thir will now and form a powerful The Duke of Ancnfter is appninfed Mafler of Horfe to the King and Loni Delawar Mailer of Horfe to the A promotion of and will bs mae in a few I It is th ii the Right PI the of four of tlie principal under the in tle of a inors than a thofe of 13 Lord Lieutenant cf MaRcr of r and prefcnt Lcid Ciuiibtrhiin of the Hcuf We licar that cfRci 13 Toon to be for infurlug places in rhe from one week to a per week L ON D O Yefterdny t e Right t e Erl of Fifi arrived at bis hculc in flosu cotl It is fad that 13cl iord vil fctoit early next to vi t his es in Exlratt ff a Ltcr jrcm that k is as yet vuy the belt fort being no move ihan twoonehjjf fIs per or one enuy larrhing tho fiom the gTeat of intely vie ae n t without forof a Mtat ivas
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