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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 10, 1766, London, Middlesex A A R die THEATRE on tke ijtb i Joined a avowrfe Serious SJE M I R I The My s comofebjr fcveral celebrated With new deli Offioe Second Gallery By their MA J fc STIES perfofc whadbwer to be admitted behind tne nor into the The Pit ftf To begin at half in bOTr after fit V S R J R Yv t A N AT the THEATRE THIS SAY wilt be w The W O K P Don Holland mer Dov Yatess Ifa Viohnte fi To which wwl be N or NO T H The principal parts by Mr Pit Firft GsdU Places the boxesto fken of at the C O V li A E AT THEATRE in THIS BAY will be prefenttd JAIN E S H O R Smith Roft Gibfon 4nderfQn Davis j Wardj Jane Mifs T6 Vhich wiU be POCFOTl Upper sfeacM the boxes taken Si A jVtse fci T Signor PLAGiB at temped other peji Singing by iteen faulting by Mift Fejcciand fiapdng on the tight rope Maiter Signer Sigftor anil Signer i jump over a garter With fcteral feats nerefMtteniB Eogf land ng wfivarajicefi J T by t and the ever T fi whole to conclude with a Pit Gallery The doorsltobe opened at andbegin at half an hourafter Jix Yivaixt Rex Io prevent places to be taken J the Office of the from humbly requefted that the vfao take willfend their by five to be returned the curtain is drawn dap art fewed or in two neat MEMOIRS of a MAGDALEN the HiAory of LOUISA f ubjiihsd trem a feries of origiml jPrinted for in in Strand By in a few days will be price MOLtr WHITE j the Wtoow EWITCHED A On Mondaytbe tttb of Tn two Price A New carefully revifedand of IrTtHE TRAGEDIES of Froia T the Greek Profeflbr in the Uaiverfity of Printed far in Covent L In affw days u iU be price 4 SPEECH in Defence of the CONSTITU againft the SUSPENDING and DIS SlNO V but forty days tyranny at the Per Andinafpw days vttlUikewfe tx and THE CONDUCT of the LATE ADMINI STRATION With an eonfifting ci DOCU EJifVhis work and Appendix are contained an tenmnberof axtremdy inte prialed for oppofite Burlington hoyfcin Of whom may be A New Edition being the fourth of the His to Prke gft4 and the of New Bonditreet Oxford fells ilationary wares at the loweft pvioes the nsw publications in Cfiramon A colleclion of the bift modern in uarioii many very a M niay be feen at his fliop alfo various of gilt and plain and ink iuftrument travelling ineflaage playing Monev for spy Hbrary or parcel of catalogues writings co the country punctually and Any gentleman or bookfeller kind enough to makeufeof Parkers mop for their may depend on due attention to theintereft and thanks for the Ni A genteel fiiit floor to mmirttblftiir Mofort riy in Addle OQ A R T S WilL fee ddiveced iaThrtljfParts Bjt die A Being public an gallery at fix andtobe Vivant had at in Richardfoft and Urquh Exchange f Exchange MarkHue j and at the Pevner Plai riiat had to Jnftice for fix years ioiqfuitofiir defign of ftriktng at the the rtiiii of i rf which five eovdd variety ot they riot tto notorions to require Ifraft enu te been led to fttttet feioBgue of had noUimg left now con hereof htr and every reafon to af rovertibifr poiitioni tnat the Hee of inexhauftible as the drops which expanded ocean I that s nbioonermarked her de vhsJiy onrelenting attd the ntfUMft of for diaboiical the more ardently that a duty owina to her rr tlje public tSefe few iry not wkh the jki they will have their proper weight at expofis the wickednefs of an alJmoft report oi the laft Hat VMS off to ftaifLpQtitidSf MiConfcious let ber fay of her own AN n ANlt PRINCIPLE is oi hefethir ftich a ge irai if the intelligence ike va of per f the honour of the actual nee ofuch ar extgnfiye had not f of a but that of this eyiir lias thtf marfe as ty on Thuriilay did her riyjfkejbion thereArJ ihe enttr tainstJe warmeit hopes that every futurs eftbrt to her with the consequence meet With ail the and all the which unmeritedtreatment loudly and jutfly calls But KSthe andnntthe is ever to be adverted and is the firit of thefe it highly oriniinal in the prefcrit a reward of ONE HUNDRED POJJND8 for thediFcoveiy of the author of this ca to be paid on legal conviftion of the otien der f and a graiyityi FIFTV POUNDS on the ju dicialjproof pf any perfon fuch infamous report twitHti their oivn fand told iriany illintentioned people have done although fuch perfian mould not be the original prbpagaiortf the TO llJtiWQrjhjtfvl the and the rtj ef Y OURVote and Inrerett are humbly requeued for Attorney at to fucQeed late Morfe as to your Hofpital hehaving elerkmjp wjth formerly Clerk to the laid hofpital and Jbaving been a candidate whenVthelate Merle Was f The comes onThis at twelve oclock ASA t of S I L K prime coft By order of the benefit of the creditors of James at UicLamb ateilreet eonfifting of Largefortmtht of lowered amHplain tabbies and du and flowered with variety of half filfcs and Alfo great choice of black and Norvvdch ipay likewife be lup plied filks or ftufts confiderabjy under their ori B leafe of the lioufg to he A SALE ot JOHN Weaver at the Suital takes this mettiod to acquaint his friends and the public that he has purchafed a Urge aflortmentof mercery greatly under the ori ginal being theltock ot two weavars who have declined that buimefs j confiiting of bro flowered and plain dowered and plain wiih choice of filks and Norwich crapes and bom As thefe goods are intended to be lUd for ready money they will be ibid greatly under prime be likewile liipplied with any of the above articles on the fame Great variety of fajhionable tor the prefent I bit day is pria bonxd STDRMONSon DOMESTIC HAPPINESS duty of children to of parents to children of to of mailers to fervants o wives to and of hufbands to Preached at Queenftreet and Covent By the Vicar of Ware in Printed fpf in j and in y at fix 9 stf ttBRAKY and SS By S AM U E L At his houfe in Catalogues to be Had gratis of in Paternofterryw at the place of fSrFar the and Trett A fidt Tar JtiicT a loft To the PRIJKpgK of the sd public is always iffady to be the dupes of whoever pretfnds to acl in dveir and as the Gentle Shepherd and J of are forced to take up ihe another by the exorbitant de U may te before the ac tepts tnefe as to mifeefome conditions witiv J The Gentle originally a then a then a deputy of the Scotch Favour and then a High Prerogative isonte mote Petting up for a Jlevolation Whig being what ever foiti views for the But it is time too that he makelHS ISft and adhere to feme If he iwtans any thing befides his own iiiterett and aaxbHSbiii let him declare himfelf Jccofes others of arbitrary de let us whathii own If he intends to defend the tlie let him with due contrition and rftfcenfcance dilavow his own ar bitrary governmehtvkfhim General War and nof tljem in but confefjs hiw wicked in fupporting them let him bewail with fines fet oh Print ers Jet him difevoirjiat tool of PJ let him acknowledge hk onvB SUimlering his infoltnt treatment of above all deplore ins hJoQoy violent attempts to enflave North him acknowledge his fervility to compofition he made for the encertainineBt of the French and in obtain tile payment of the Ca nada bills and theManilla ranforn and as he is fo Jet him aflift the inftead of being gene rous at the expence of the by propofing to iflue money out of tfte Tre relief iethimfliew his rever fwn giving up his by not holding a light houfe wmlsr a jor mull dif claim To provide lor the To equalise the The laft article is faid ta be a principle Of public lefs than that pro curing a reduction of two hillings in the j Butfherearft not tbofe who are hard ot ba and flow of They as foonas a true tote of the ftiail he the Favourite of Favourite wRi declare for f and of tiie wiioie property of The iife of n great 1ave been will be coniilejjt wiih his public coji he but fcorn the degeneracy ot the times 5 above luxury nncl will be mo fleft anti and his ivtullb will beae fignal as his contempt of A 9ertain great mmifter travels of late with fo large a that itastiext be able to PART WITH A SINGLE OF COACH HOUSES THIS Tte inserted if late under tka btodvf Ihteiligeocefor tire btig jeni us front tve cutfaeiabit Jci iberi fit otbtrwtff than tie of the art tbt wltintarj cc7i vf tht Fjxm the L O N D N G A Z H The piics ef fl tfeey tjyjik of ftHiflg oiiiwLee aod the Gentle wlti to have jfsavie and not ailc for more f than they have friends in the uriHed amounts f twenty frx thoufand unVfethiy As frctflk the throw put firiUHibns agaimtthe will they promiie to cojfrt Win again Will they affurances thai they vtiBlveyer tufn out his and then pardon of the Favourite ata ScctehLords Wjll they cringing and in by turns And till they can wipe out the which they have contra6led4y all their for mer can they hope that the public will not laugh in their when fuch men have the confidence to patriot They are left to them and no man can aft witli them who has the jeaft regard to his character they may difgrace but can never whitewafh received from the A Batchelqr An OfFsftder Perforce 1 I begins to j OAaigDcxte o rc whereby thde is a want of Li J r vlit No rain fcarcely has fallen thcie ihjce lo tjiat many villaggs fu1i cient for their no uiusm bered here by the B A N K R U P T Robert of in the of cthervnfe Lond dealer and toiuiicnder on the 1 3 h nnd zth inib aoth o at ten in the forenoon Guild hall John of in the parifh of uitlve connry of and Sim pt liglitcrm copartners in to lurrender the r3th ten in the the loth at eleven in the fore and aoth of ac leu ia at Guildhall I John of and to furrender the 16 h at four m the the 23 at eleven in the 1 and aoth of Jajiuaiy at twur hi at John of o furrender the ijth at five in a tmo the zjth at ten in the OT five in the at Days zfyoin ted for melting the of bankrujii eftates to Alexander of Woourich in the i7th of at four in the ut 1 James of a Uuse ia the at GuiJdHalH Richard late of thi ptb of at the atthe iritheCorninar ket in Hall the of the town county of ths town of tne 5th of Ja at eleven in flic at the Feathers Li lateof m the county tht 3l of at thre m the at the Gujidhali at Lynn in Kor Nicholas Ute of Kings Lynn in the id of ar three in the after sttheGuildiuli at in IN TKLLIGENCE for the fome was lately prefented bya noble to a great Mi containing demands of pen to the amount of twentyfix thoufand poundi a year for the re and dependents of the for mer and tnat the demand having been thought and parti cularly exoifeitaixtjn this time of under nich a load of noble and difln ttreflcd are reined to continue till a better opportunity fliall They have re newed their with the Gentle whom had abandon and he and we are to late grants as profufe in the reveriian of a Tellers wkich the Gentle Shepherd thinks an intolerable of reverfionsj and mould any body obtain one of the light kaujes under another the Gentle Shep herd will be uncommonly fevere on fuch fraudulent Great rejoicings are preparing by the weavers in on the late disappointment of y J and his Lord on the firft fcent of a came to town to fifh in troubled and having only caught afsw gudgeons that were out of their is preparing to retire till the next hurri as much mortified as he was at the Lord Mayors where he found how infignificant he is now he is Operated from his noble kinf The union between their Lordftlips of C and Bgrows every day more ttrong s All power and authority feem for the preient to centej in the yet is he no more than Second in The Favourite of the Favourite has much work upon his Among many other he has under taken effcft the following articles To fccure L ON D O We bear the Right Robert Efowill kils his Majeftys band this on his beina ao pjjnted Hans will krs his Majerty on his Cofferer ot the We hear that the Right Hnns Stanley to wil fncr advanced to an inglnh Yeltcrday there was a of Admiralty at which Mr Edward liavvki cock Jus iiat as Fitit JLqrd is aid that the duties on candles 3nn foao wil be and the deficiency marie UD by ai duty on ail ipirituwus liquors at It is faidfome difpatchea of importancs have ben received from the Britilh at jelative to the ojjject of the preient naval expedition fitiiig out by orders of ihc s Extmtlof a letter from Dec 1 jYefterday I had honour to attend y at her preitntati n to the Sioyil of where her Jbadyfhip made a very fplerdi I was by a very ivaibY ot nobility and gentlemen thrtu h u the whole ceremony among whom were th Duke uf Lords CUT A Itoo was fet fite to rheQiieens whereon the fat during her audience the ikme mvk ofrif unction was obferved throughout ail the her went with great dignity and addrels no The puchefs of N was not at o hapsto fome relative to the her Grace but could not be receive After the which was very long a amoftfcverecold molt dimv was provided in the palace of by de Choi for the and hVi where all the fome Frendl gentlemen ot great ciiltindien dined Iordand Lady Rochfurd are fxceiej here by I have G attend n and regard ro the e yejicrday of French uri Lady audience of the K came the nnd connhments to the Ambafiadrefcj rtr drels was made ufe of by ihc Cs and the Duke de during herLad Her would iwus b ei prtjefice of uny of tie Ryul
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