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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 11, 1766, London, Middlesex 111784 S D E G fi M B K be 6A Saturday the Comic Oft L I S T K A V AGA N T Muttc compofed by eVeral celebrated Wi0t and Boxes to be pat and no admitted Vtthout whch vnll be deu l That Day at the fafid at half a guinea Jlrft Gallery Second Gallery BV their MAJESTIES jfo perfon whatsoever to be admitted behind the nor into the TShe Pit andBoXes will opened at five To begin at half ati hojir after fix oclock precifoly The Serious which wat to Seen Saturday obliged to be de ferred on account of the indifpofioon of one of the F D R U K Y LAN A T the THEATRE ROYAL m A THIS DAY will be C Y M B E t 6 Miy Powell i Holland tore j Dodd j Bel by Palmer j by Packer j Bennet i Y A T E With QJLf E E N M A Pit firft Upper aces lor titt boxes tp be taken of at the T r G A R P E T the THEATJLfe in THIS DiVY wHi be prefented WcnrD SrtE WQUD NOT IM PO s 06n Shiner Don Roft j OifUyibj Dunftall Trap r Woodward Mfcttoclw j Pitt Hypo To which will be addedj by G4U for be taken at the T tbk LiT in the t tarr TO M0RROW the iiffcoT lor P LACinOi Cpmpuy will 1ETY orUfcW Vaulting Dancing by Tuuibiavr by Signer Piaeido ia Atace upon the tight witJiwH touching it with her feet j play and the flack Wfc featt Qftftidqi JKWfr feen in Ebg onff variety nipft fturpiizing performances anjl Tight Rope by Ihe and pa the tight rop witli mnd witheut the pole Jw and turns the wheel the flack rope to ad HTiarwitUtmoft aUoniJhfcf of the kind ever and has erven general wherever biteij to conclude vmh a Mis GaUery to be odned andbegin at half JUat taieh at to It it who money be tie curtain WMiter tiRj Mttcw7 at TTTJ SpitaU his friends and titt affertmeat of the on bottg tlxeftock of two wearers who have ed thAt ccmgfting of bro flowered ami plain l o capw an b Ai be fold for they wHl be JoJd greatly mntry ftiopkeejwrs may be li with anyV the abovVarticles on the fc towered Main faKinfc and variety of acew bn phed with fiiki or ftuffi confiderabJy under their ork For the B N E i T of The M I D D L E S E O S P I T A For SICK and LAME and LYING IN By his M A J E S T Ys AT the Theatre Royal in on Wed nefday the iyth will be prefented The P L A I N The Plain Holland by Palmer Dbdd Lord Parfons j Major Lore Packer j Jerry Yates Cftunfellor Baddeley Moody j Yates Mifs Pope Lee Widew To which will be The OLD MrCantherley Harlow by Packer Hurft j Baddeley by Mifs Pope Mifs To begin exactly at Vivant Rex b be had at the Hofpital the Rain bow Cornhill the Mount j the Turkshead Serrard ftreetf and of Jolmfton at the where places for the boxes may be The FOURTH N I G H Ts By To begin At fix of JpHE ENTIRE VALUABLE LIBRARY of the late SAMUEL By SAMUEL At his honfe hi Catalogues to be hartgratis of in Paternofterrvw and at the of December AFTER the very many falfe reports that had been though praife be toJultice irieffeSuftlj at for tiiefe fix years with the iniquitous defign pf Hiiking at the in the accomplimiug the ruin of ef which fhe could produce a vniety ot were they not too many and too notorious to require the leait enu meraupn five had been led to flatter at the tongue of CALUMNY had nothing left to advance again ft her but experience now convinces her of her and gives her every reafbn to ff fert poiitioni that the lies of are insxhauttcfale as the drops which Compofe the raft expamhxl ocean that has ho looher marked her objeft for de than fhe becomes whotty unrelenting and unweaxied in the profecution of her JiaUoUcal in more Jrequefttly the more ardently ourfuing the that tttcreafe of atyniti CAN on luhat it feeds Corndys Juuthooirhtit a duty owing to her felt aild frimly to lay before the public theft few curfory reflections ndt tlie and the t hey havetheir proper eigbjt j at cxpufe the an almoft report of the laft that 4I iitM famt many i Confcious let her fay of her own FROM PRlKctPLE as he Is ready to paid upwards ot ELEVEN THOUSAND POUNDSwitMn teennronthsj TO DISCHARGE JUST oW MAHP UJPQW to had bmcthjng fo finguJarly cruel and tliat fhe could nevw have been of its fifty ing fuch a ge iwral if the intelligence flie received from rums and the particular afliirances of fons of the higheft rank and of the A exiftence of uch an had1 the cimimftance beyond the poffibilrty Upon cannot but that the worthy inventor of tlfts vtrvfrvttaMe talc whoever the party may be las inofinrtttttfy owerftKit ihe intended mark me had the favoaraWe on Thurfday to BY HER a nu i alfemblv of the Nobility and Gentry of the fauhood and confummate malice tiie itfjd woo did her the honour toexprefe the tisfaction thereat flie cannot but reafonaWy tain the warmeft hopes that every future effort to prejudice her with the in meet with all the and all wlwch fuch unmerited treatment lo and ruftly JJat w the ever to be and tfce thefc is highJy criminal in tbeprefent hereby offers a ueward of OWE TOUNDS for the aijithor of ca to paid on conviftioii of the offen der and a gratuity FJFTV POUNDS on the iu diciaJ proef ot any perfon fpreading infamout report a vnthin their own and he is to4 many illintentioned peopfeUw done although fuch perfon fhould not be the propagator oi the j of LOUISA Now firrt trem a dries of rthe A all lately decea The books fuithe moft part ia excefleat and very well Which will begin to be fold money only the trices prmteSin aud continue oniale ijir the ncxt T H 0 In Catalogaes tabe had price of Broths at the Royal Exchange j atChildi Fletcher and Pauls yard m Holborn 5 Waller Fleetftreet Hmgri and Du n hronmi Shropfflire and New Bond ftreet N R Piccadilly d od ind iat Containing a gftat number of oRiciNAt entremeiy itUerefting to the THE CONDOCT 6T tWrarf1 ADMINI Vitfa an Of ORIGINAL and AUTHIIfTJC Printed for oppnfite BurlingtonHoufe in Of whom may be A New Edition being the fourth of the HIS of the from Price and tt price A SPEECH in Defence of the CONSTITU againft the SUSPENDING and DISPEN SING it is but forty days tyranny at the Per legem Fertht Otters Jtgntd and PA PYRIUS fee loft To the PRINTER of the 5 who has ib liberally and fo falfely refleiled on thecharafter of a Jate in the front of his by wayf vehi ce to his a very rommenrlafele propofition 5 I an endeavourto hew the public by whom they are duped and The execution of this phn is miferable and mere fo becaufe he has wilfully fliut his eyes a gainft a glaring of his and tiy the groHeft c to divert the attention of the public from he impolltions which are daily and hourly It is not the meer calHng a naiv a a a Prerogative man him to be fo My aflertion is as good a and the anfwsr to all this that the gentle man alluded to is defcended of a family remarkable for their zeal in defence of the and of the principles upon which that revahttion was grounded that he has in thecoarfe of a long political conftantly adhered to thefe princi ples and die appeal for the truth of this is to the memory and judgment of every candid and ho neft The charge of his fupporrfng General Warrants is totdty and has been fo often de nied in public that no fmall degree of proof k to be derived from It is Mkewife faMe taat any office whatever belong ing or from any lightlipufe of from any branch of is held for the gentle man intjuettion by any And with regard to the reversion for his the objection to it arifes with peculiar propriety whofe patrons in tlie three firfl months of their faddted the public andr their n with penfions Artd adtiioeual fine cures to the amount of ths ia O JV R MI L L I Q N Leaving yowr cerrefpondenuio reflect on th unworthinefs of iiich falfe I recur to a queftion of much confrqaence than tiie altercation of indivi duals I by wliom is it the public have nnd are duped and deceived The anfwerisa ftort and a plain By thofe who have out of power protnifed them and who have in povver more fignaliy injured and Who is it has fungrbe fweet of union and harmony who is I that has banded applied and betrayed every fet of men amongit us i Who is it that has prpfeflVd coufutency and who U it that has adopted jneafures direftly the re verfe and definitive to each away with come to particulars Who is it that talked of pubii ceconomy and who it rhat has the molt Who did vi July declare G a very unfit to be employed in governmeat and who applied to the above nobleman ia Aul afld offer ing him his pwn and particularly offering to burthen the civil with per annum ad upon Let your correfoondent afk his what are become of the prodigious fcheines with which the public have beenamufed Where are thofe provi fionsforthe fecurity of the fubjeft fo liberally pro mifed Where are thofe amputations of the unfound parts of which were declared to be fa What is become of the which the deluded populace were taught to ejcpeft from their doughty champion All that has been heard is offering to any atty Ttiefe are not affenions at The party aad Bare infences of Let the pabJjc judge then who has made them pro and how well they have been kept and let the anonymous of others take care how he accufes for the lealc the charges mould K mmd the public of applying them whee they arefo juftly 5 A in the four ytflcrJa in rtSard tt wftMd of As to they may be dif ferently confidered by different 7 tt A JACK TAR and a fiSL h 1ff reWarddley may con fidered by different a Jack and A S A I L revved Cbriftopber Critic An old of and the Right Lord Deiptnter appointed Poftm fteis and Efq one of the Com of the sit kifled hisMajeftys for their feveral Yefterday the Houfs of Commons bioke up before three and adjotirncd till We Lear they will then adjourn till after the Yefterday morning his Excellency theSpaniih Aurt baflador had a conference with Secretary Con on affairs of Saturday the Earl of Barr more was married a Hanover the H daughter of tlielPafl at twelve Har the oiucti ujdffpofed i he immediately went to the fcouieof Efq Comptroller of his Majeftys Cuiloins at Har Letters from Warfaw that tie Nobility and States of Poland hart an urgent peti tion to the requeftmg his Majeity ti take a certain Princefs in Itwas tacf theFrench AmbaffadOT wascharged from his fecret commiffion AcCordilig to recent ietfeisfrom the makontents of Georgia bad at length obtainH from the Grand on of a large and to General all1 their artillery and warlike Heracinjs was faid to have fled into Advice h been received R thntthe Spa nife Sbiirh were fiving uut a naval armament to demoliih the pota the natives of Paraguay bid opened into We hear from g jods to the are now Aijpig on cora mimons from theEnglilh en tim Mufq uete n We heir that feveral of the inhabitants of Hackney have cKCouragtct the bakers of that place to bake hdufhoid bread a laudible to ofiier lages near tliii I fee erious Opera which was to per formed on Saturday is Obliged he on account of the indifpofihon of of the Yefterday ttie fdlowing tickets were drawn 19529 37093 1863 11856 58038 Arizesof loolI 6576 2505456179 1850 prizes of Pnzes of 17310 14457 37029 15464 6141 8292 Z4535 35 jSSii 47395 10416 zftio 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26546 9 47252 Tuerday night Sa tinders Efq illud an order ro the coiftahles to till the hear vfhicti lad bit a and afterwards his nbrLeicefter fiefds 5 which a foldier t the rique of his by entering thepkce and firing a of ballets in Co lad a poor woman fel riowa in 5ererAbnf hhCf fld I And the fame day bi ewers fervanr movnr feme butts near one of them fS upon and burtt a vem in hsjep s And on TuVf flf a carpenters Eer ch at feil on and his legs in o bad a that the b throw Tlxey were all earned to the This morning the felons will be removed to New frem the leveral goals of fe ieffions begmningon Weduefday A few days face a bat meanly went public enrlyin the morSna calW fora pennyworth m while Jif land lord was the cellar to draw took Se tofteal about eigliteen were put one wirhin the otlu from off tbeS over fire and rhej w immediately by rfce sSt ctf with as a cauckm St Vefferday cime on elecliorj of a Clerk inomas vacant Morfe when Jnfeph Clerk the worftipful Company of was chofen 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