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   Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 9, 1766, London, Middlesex                                w T U E S D C fi M B E R M A R K E KCNGt THEATRE in the HATT t TO18 tbe 5th a Hew Coruic BO O N A F I G L I U O L tf c corapofed by Signor Niccolo snd new to fee mt andnoperfons without whch will be dkh at lhe faid at half a guinea Gallery Second Gallery By their MAJESTIES peribn whatfpevec to be admitted behind the nor1 into the She Pit andBoxes will be opened at five To begin at half an heur aftejfix oclock On Saturday next will be ptrfornwd the iavoume Serious Opera of The fifcfc by feverai celebrated K L ROYAL in DAYwHl be nrefeiited d Love by Lord j Pilmep j Mifs byMils Ahuig Plym Hodtl tTarig 6erieW Otf B fe N M A Upptr tfeWjtetto betaken of at ct v E a A R D E itT tlte in A THE DAY will Rois by Smith Gibiqnj Walker utfr Tom with a mcha rafttr Mile WUfordj i tegftkl will be DOCTOR by Pit Rrft Upper yttcei tor the boxer to be of the Ul HlB HA the roth t Company will exhibit of tftfVT Singing by Keen Vaulting n tbr flack rape hy Spinaou Dancing by Tumbling hy Signer fewwal feats land and variety of neW Thtraoft forpriwng JfRiV MONf 14Y i U and dancerbn the tyjht nope with thepeob And Ano without rum ttrf lie vaulttaiid wrns the JCaSufrinewheelohthelTick rope aiwnd iVtoft ait6niihing ef the ever beHelit dn4 gtheral h feu The whol to coneluJe with a hornpipe Kt Gafiery doors Iw opened at and begin half to hour after foe VhraotRex U I o prevent places to be taken at A tht fronxmne merited thai thte who wili Jend their five money kb W retorned the curtain u of foiigs la the LA BVONA foid by feeing Sotaerfet imfce Of may He hadf juft 1 of the favourite fongt in Gli price with French aud Englifli or voHn price Ibis u price Bound in with pockets lor being the moft well as the book or kind LONDON NEW BOOR A METHODICAL POCKET JOURNAL f T 1767 Containing correttUfti of all the and principal traders jn London and Catalogue oi all the in the kingdom for Curious new prpbiems ob the aud me tNoJ of engines for drawing new fluwing the duties each houfe pays ior window j according to the Jalt of the for better regvbting all other pgrfohs who work by Chronological notes cabd ecJipfts tle yean or qosrter birth ordwrpf The Attorneys Table of Terms and Transfer JDivi denti Rules and for Wdiqtiating the Stocks to one How tocalcubte tbeintereft of money laid OUT Stocks A table of the Suns the coins and now tiffed in Great A table of or TaMe of Road from London to Edin burgh An tfttcrwft table for any furti fitted to all L amt Lflls of the Lords an3 in alphabetical A perpetual of ofe to The Tide Table for jLa in Pater iovr 5 and Where may be the frontifpitct ttf a ly prefent and an en i OWN Me MORAS as a methrtkal fcfftef of Ifbnfineis ind a MEMORAN FTERthe Dccembrr ife reports that had w though be to juttic For thefefiK with the iniquitous defign of ItrLkinf tue in the acconiplilhiiig tlje ruir of of Sohofquare which lie could produce a great variety ot were they not too many and too notorious to require che leaft enu meration he had been led to flitter at the tongue of CALUM NY had nothing left to advance againft her but experience now convinces her of her and gives her every reafon to af fert as incontrovertible that the lies of are as inexhamtible the drops which cotnpofe the vaft expanded ocean that has no fooner marked her obieft for de than he becomes whoHV unrelentingand unwearied in the profeculkm jf her diabolical in tent more frequently the morp ardently purfuing warranting the feeinmg that incrtmfe of appetite CAN grew en wbat ttfeedt Comelys has thought it a duty owing to her felf and family to lay before public tnefe few curfory reflections not with the candid and the they will have their proper weight at expoie the wickednefs of an almoft univerfally fpread report of tlie laft that Jbe ivm jrfgw qf a cwitb mniy tbiu jand to tin Mai btr Confcious let her fay of her own AN n HAPPILY I UNCIPLE as he is rea iy to paid upwards of ELEVEN THOUSAND POUNDS within theie tiw teen months TO DISCHARGE EVERY jusr DE MAND VP9N to hatl lowtthing in it 9 aad that could never have beeo perfurrtled of its finding fuch a ge neral if the intelligence the r ceived from va rious and theparticuUr afforancei of per fons of Uie hipheft rank antf of the actual existence of fuch an exteufive had not probablt tale whoever the party may itadvtrtentiy overfii t naark as toe had the favourable on Thursday to BY a nu aflirmbly of the Nobility and Gentry of the uner faUhood and conluihmate malice of the and who did her the honour to exprefs the itrorigeltfa thereat he cannot but reatonably enter tain the warmest that future effort to prejudice her with the in meet with all the and all the which fuch unmerited Citacment louJly andjuffiy calls But as the andAotihc is ever tp be adverted as the firit ef thefe is highly criminal in the prefeat Cornetyi a reward of OK e HUNDRED for the discovery of the author of this ca to on legal conviction of the offen derj and a POUNDS on the ju dicial proof of any peWbo fpreadjhg fuch infem us peyort at tkiir vwn and flii is rainy done tltbough fuch fonihauWwr at the requeft feverai of the has put off his CONCERT till after thr Thefirft Concert will be on Friday the January Thofe Ladies and Gen tlemen who intend to honour Hay with their are requeued to fend in their that their tickets may be delivered in due S ublcrj prion s are received by at his hoafe in Upper GrofveHorltreet 5 and by Hicic The SECOND By A U C T I O To begin exaerlyatfix of and VAlUAEfcB LIBRARY of the 1 late and S By 8 AM U E L B K E At his iu Catalogues to be had gratis of in Paternofterr w and at Che place of C A N A D A B 1 L L THE have any papers rejtfted from defired fend at tbe NewYork the loth to prove thin in prelcnce of the tiewreck Dec Ftr tbt H JACK J R fct JOliM infurancs and itock at his office in LonharJ oppolite the Poft lottery warranted every morning and gives the moftmoney tot blanks and A corrtft numerical checqued by the Commifliuucrs prize SALE of S I L K TOHN Weaver and at the J Spital takes this method U acauaint his friends and the public in that he has purchafed a aflbrtmcRt of mercery greatly under the ori being tlie ItoCk of t wp weavers who have declined that bufmets confiiting of flowered and plain flowered and plain with choice Qt half filks and Norwich crapes and bom As theie goods are intended to be lold for ready money they will be fold greatly under prime may be like wife fupplicil with any ef the above articles on the fame Great variety of fafhiooable for the rtfcut TUiJa Price brts in two neat MEMOIRS of a Af the Hiftory ot LOUISA Mil DM Now fir t publiibedl irom a frrjes of wieiml Printed for in in the By a few will be e MOLLY WHITE i the WIDOW n A In ten JIUtftrated with To which is a Plan Rome on a large with a of the which may be had fepa Pfcice 6ds of the Roman frora to Being a Continuation of Rollbs Hittory of tbe Roman Common PrinMrf far at the in Lad Where way be any of the to eompieat Gentlemen i the Roman with Copper Roliitic Ancient Hiftory of with Copper DAnviUes Set of of Ancient peogra Price In two rolujnes the Third with a great variety of intereftmg additions aud improve ments throughout the adapting the to the prefent Itate of Britilh affalis in fince the laie treaty of peace in the 1763 alfo a new preliminary UNIVERSAL DICTIONARY of TRADE and CO M Uluitrated with large fuited to the interrtl of Gi as they contain oa the face of them a Hue of its trade and territories in all parts of the Calculated for the mi of the BritUh Senator and at well as tiutoitae the ti tlie and arti ficer every Printed for A J and Clarke and and work is now publiuiine in numbers week and any numbers may be had to compleac lets j atto the fecond vonnie alone aj n A fcarce and JPX including the Libraries of ieveral eminent per lately many of them Royal Arperbly bound in and Rulfia leather j containing feverai thoufand volumes in fciences and branches of lan guages and fine condition amongft whicli is a matte collection of law which will begin to he the lowert price printed in the on Monday the isth of 1766 j and continue by William opposite R in Of whom may be had the full in ready money tor any library or par cel of Catalogues to be had of the following Ijqokfellers in Pdi Mall in Bond j at in the f near in Churchyard ia CornhiU aad at the place of Reputable Circulating Proprietors of Circulating find ing U impoflible ta continue tbe bufmeis of lending oks to read on the late low terras of iub with the fame degree of repu atkm to our fatisiaciipn to toe we did at a tiwe ueither to great a number of new books were nor tbe demand for them fo great as hare been compelled to advance the him of one drilling m OQP pence oil our yearly orSfitd avotd the difagreeable xTtrntveot throwing up that branch of wTiicfc years oeen a burcedifSifiure inflruftionto the or of foffering it to languifti thro a want of a proper flippy Ofnew is effentially neceflary to i s cicAii and And we have experienced the mult chearful compliance frona our ubtcjibers in the payment of the extra hilling fo renJufiably advanced them j we hereby each for himiclf take this opportunity of affuiing them in and the pu lie in that no pains nor expevce in our power hall be wanting to render our refpcclive Libraries in point of extenfivernefe and of nich advantage over all otherSjWho mall continue at the old price if sfty fuch houdbe found as hall mare thm com for the of fo mcoiifitJerable a fum as that maybeaflTiired that it is our mott ferious intention to purchale for Jhe of our fublcribers without a inuch larger and greater variety of new thin pc ffibly be fumiflieJ by any one lending at left than per or per Francis Martin WiHinm neir Yeruor and Quuen To the PRINTER of the ANNOT refrain from Beating mv joy to the on ac count tlrat the ftarvmgtribeofUeal 301 trr niilJer and w femf to let us have that we may livea li tie long erj and not be wholly attfeeir I lurpmed to that this happtnefs lies na fooner come after the mifchiefoccafioned by might have been prevented long our con I iVcend is quite agreeable to Englifli nfasinis we mult and daughter before we become goon neigh boars and and do as we would be done now hear of ii arty great men opening thfir pouring at a ren fonabje pricey but why not all this before no mifchief came yet by the poor but new their own evil is come to tfceir own doors Thus their of piry is prert out at and well it it you will fay i jj never too lare to mend i bf ic I am fr fie praf hear how cautagJous crudity of ftarvirrg has fpresd iticlf to other neteiliry courUh ami No farther than two miles from a farmer who havmg a large quantify ofpotatties Voied declares they malt not be fold until hard for to fetch a good they are now got vp to per hundred weight and another having great plenty of that fooner than not fell them for what he pleafes te th cows and hogs ftiall have they fhall manure the Are thefe hobnobs to be permitted tot rannize over the public But why do I alk do they not tollowthe example of the wealthy traders and and a certain whofe wsrehoxifes aretftpfull with different ani O till fold out as they pleafe to Command a for no other reaibn than to add to their Such are the ex amples to retail traders j who are grown o greedy in their that I have foumi that by many ar rhey gain upwards of per J fubmit to public whether a Baard of Retail Trade might not be erected and managed by a but honeftcommitree of who mould have a fet of riders to go 10 attend the fairs and mar and report to them the current and other comntodi according to the cir curoftances of things j and reafonable Ihould be tbe and no morel power could make fuch an tion at gnfat expence out of the and afftjpcted it a refoim WOk prate in fbrne part of expended All mifchiefs ngaintl arrfe through ignorance w or from TJie behaviour of the poor may be accounted for from the bad examples of the great efyecially fawning cour tiers our mirufttrbl an4 The worrts and honour of the GYeit are duys becDms a itench ia the of faithful and juft The only real and of bene fit to i the f aishfut performance of word on that and that wpuMI and fear their frowns fcrtititii the flia good deeds the TRUE MAN WISH Part ef Tomirrovjt Bill tf Eart s tbe Utttri jgntd Tsre and Trett at the Cambrick Trade or tbe Portugal Trttdi Milton Political Intelligence Extra A CATALOGUE of feverai LIBRARIES and Pencils or BOOKS including the entire UBXAIUM of WILLIAM JQliiJ and GEOXGE 6j all lately The books fur the m oft part are in excellent andjKiry well hlchwttlbegin to be fold for ready money only the in the on Tharfday the iStb and continue on iale till the ifth of Jty D A V IE In to beuad price of Brother tow Exchange j at Childs coffeehoufej and Pauls churchyard in Holborn Fleetftreet 5 Hmgef Becket and Du in the Strand crofs Pallmalj Bond ftreet Piccadilly FleXcher atrd at Oxfoid i Flercher and at Cambiidgej and at the place of the full valus is for any library wr jfcuxeiol nil Complaints in the Urinary occWioned f rein the Veneral Dii or any ftthir THE celebrated Sureeon in Ordinary to his Mod ChriiKan being now returned to who during bis late fhort ftay in was applied tltby perfoas affifted with he above from hk Jafy and certain method of cure by topical applica in Ealt near Hollow now fucceeds aitd is furnifhed vrirh the fame Applications and me thod of where any psrloi s requiring will meet with the fame treatment as from the late DAK which many Considerable perioos have already Darens Bougpes may be had by any or others going by applying as v Letttri rtttlved An Hofteft A Friend to A Las Thurfday his Maefty will go to the Houre of in to fign the bills ready for the Rcyal It is that on T Ivwrfday the Houfe of Lords and Conunons will adjourn itil the i9ibof Ja nuary Sunday arrived from at the gfutjenjens ho tel in the Right the Earl of and his Yefterday arrived at his houfe iiv Sii Lionel Baj from his eat in for the winter On Sunday morning Sir Sarpfon was married at Greorge tiie Qiieen to Mifs elJeft daughter tothe Kighr Sir John Eardly Lord Chief JuiHcef tlieJConanoa Pleas Sunday the new married couple went to ttay till aticf the Velterday arrived aj her moorings in the the Four from Yefterday tiie Lord Mayor gave a grand tainment at at which Lord Manf Lord Chief Juftice the two feverai of the Serjeants and and other 1ons of were We are that a principal city oflicer will be chofen at the next general elwSHpn a Member of Parliament tor a certain corporation ia which the fuid ofticer has On Saturday latt was tikd before LoiH at by a ffwcial an tbe proletu ion of Edward Right Heary Lord fat foppoftd fences in itwppingup and obftruciing diven roads or toftdiag through the Park and Pleafure at M and after a trial of five or fix thejury being clearly of tl at the public ha4 to the roads found a verdift for Yeftcrday of Anoovance for the parifli of made a private furrey of tbe an J in that many of which tliey cut sjid deftroyed and took down the names ot the Several in order to them next feffioas to or the tboTt city aad   

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