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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 15, 1766, London, Middlesex I ill T tlie Kls the jfch will ii A yxi A L i L The by Signor With new an4 Boxes gut and no peribns fo be whch wijlbs deli vered Tom ITQW at the at half a guinea FiriVGaJJery Gallery By their M 4 JhE S t E No perfon wbMipeyer tp be admitted behind the npr into Ehe Pit wilt be opened at five To fuvhfcur after fix aclock D Y L A N AT the ROYAL in LANV THISDAY wiil be preferred The f AH L W A R WI C The principal by Mifs and With a PROtocue With HIGHLIFE Boxes Fait Ptacci for the boxes tAken of at the v T the i THEATRE S D NT AT the THEATE ROYAL in COVEN r be prefeflted i he AC C O M P L IS HE D M AI Tfce principal pamby Mattecksr Mifs and With New Entertainments of La Mite Pit Upper for the boxes to be taken of onlyj af the Xthe A THIS the Company wul of Never ot Singing by MI and Vaulting en the flack rope by Srgnor Dsjiciug by Ferci and JVjifi Tumbling by and Sjgnbr Dancing on tight rope by Mafter Sigflor and Signer Signor Spiaacuta will dajice on the tight rope with two boys tied to his two on his flieulders t aifo will play on the violin and without a With feveraf never feen in Erig and vAriety of The molt furpjuzihg and diverting perfprniances on the Wife Rope by the MqNKEY he walks and dances on the tight Witti the peole he and balances various equrBbres dn the wire with and without the pole he vautti and turns the rope to admiration This animal is the luio he 1m hornpipe by MKs Boxes GaBery The doors to be opened at and begin at half an hour after fix Vivant To places to be tjiken at the Office of the from nine to It it liumbly requeued that the who take will fend their fervantt oy five No money tobe retutJied after the curtain U A S A L E ot I L under prime eoft By order of the and for the benefit of ihe of Jamns at ineLamb and near gSkteftreet confiltingof A Large of flowered and plain and du and powered wft Variety of half Alfo gceat choice of black and Norwich Coantryfbogkeepers tup plred wlthfiiks or ftum confiderably under ginal B rherleafe of the houfe to be fold SALE of S I K TOHN at the J ai Spital takes this method to acquaint his and the public in that he has pvjrcfcafed a large affortmeot of mercery greatly under the ori ginal being the lock of two weavers who have clined that bufineis of bro flowered and ofain flowefedandplain with choke of half filks and black Norwich and bom As thefe gopds are irttiirukd to be fAd for jeady money they will be fold greatly under yriroe colttrrCpuntry ftiropkeepers may be likcwiCe rapplied with any of the above articles the fame Great ty of for the r On Wtibiefiayvext prize of WARWICK A Aft k is per formed at iheTlieatre Royal in Printed for in Covent in Pater Prppristors of the above play think them the tliat the Earl of Warwick the King and Subjea printed for in is a and hsis uof a tingle hue of the aft ing play in price 6 Containing a great number ot g to the the LATE ADMINI With an AP and ADTHBNT1C ipofitfi Burlington houfe be fourth ef from to I of CONSTFrU DING and CORN Y 3 Oeave to acquaint THE and 8 UB S C Rl B E R S Tlie SO Cf ET Y m That the third Meeting will be on the i8th Ladies and Gentlemens own chairs are to ome to the door in Suttoaftreet hackney chairs and carriages to the in Sohofquare and tp prevent any danger to and damage to their carriages and catUe Ladies arid Gentlemen are iiitraated to be their to fet them an J take them with their hwles heads towards The fubfcribers who trattsfertheir defired to write the naines of the psrfons to whom theyprefent By E R M S I O S E CD N D DA i AT in Addle and SATYTijCAt L EC T U R E on HEARTS Will be delivered in Three Parts Bjr the A T H Being his appearance in public With an PROLOG Pit Firit Gallery Second Gallery Thedoars to be opened at fix and to be gin at feven Vjvant Rex The exhibition is oijjiged to be deferred till to on account of being wigaged for The author returns his thanks to his very pelite and numerous for the uncom mon applauTe witji which he was The SEVENTH N II T SAL By A tT C T To begin exactly at fix of T HI and VALUABLE IIURARY of the SAMUEL and By SAM U E L B A K At his houfe in Catalogues to be of in and at the place of NOTICE hereby that the cypartner fliip lately fiibuftnvg bttween John Warner andf James of is this day diffolved filially de termined by mutual All pericms indebted to the foul are defired to pay their to John Warner at hii dwell in Doftorsewhinoiis 5 and fons who have any demands1 aie defired to apply to hinv as above rie Manor of Lympsfield county of Fajms coh thoafand ninft hundred acres of and of fineable the will of the Tle Eftate is full of fine part fit for aud the reft in a cojiditionv VJJb in extenfive and furttfifr parllciiTars Squire wf Bifcoe in the Frith in the of Witton at Lymps aibrefaidr who will liowtlfe K Lympsfield i3r within twenty miles of Len fixot Sevenoaksj and thret of Godftonej in a fine country abounding wKh game and EARL ef 5 the Kiag and Subjeft a Printed for at in Pateruofter firjl January vuilLbe A EDITION oi HE F O O L V a U A L I T fc VOLUME and Printed for For the letters Jigned CRTIQJJE on the new tragedy of the EAKL of To the PRINTER of the furprized at the eternal fufs which you make in your pa per concerning the prices of provifions and the fufferingi of the as if thofe vjhem at b dy ought one moments cpniideratipn of us peo ple of affure you we feel none of thefe and do believe the tales you tell ot them befidesI am not certain by your awakening the public and by exciting the adminiftration to attend to fiich you do to poor from the care of Provi to whom they undoubtedly and not to us people of condition 5 and as we delire nothing more from that than that he will take no no tice of what we is it not reasonable that the poor hould be left entirely to his be of no charge to us On this it will be extremely right that tmny do not meddle with a bufmefs which belongs to other efpeclaliy fince this tehdernefs tjie poor may poflibly turn out to be no fmall offence againft their I am one of who have gotten a fortune of three hundred thoufand pounds in the fei vice of theEaft India and had my breaft been to be touclied by I had lived and disd as paor as the pooreft rafcal of all thofe in whofe favour you have been fo long Printer thank G I fcprn that lowlived paf fion of I chearfuily aflifted in the cutting off the head of one and ia the dethroning ano I embraced every and exerted every by which money might be with out checkor controul from compatfioM and by fuch laudable I have acquired of the think a with gogd to entertain our twice a and farther it cannot go Befides thtsi you are eternally thrummingon ypur hurdygttjrSy the1 notes ef dif an4 all Nowthtfefounds recall Ute itjeas our fathers and and ot fochmortifying with which people of failuon abhorito have our headr You jell that whilft we arefad andckath ed tubftfumptuoufly by the labour of the ihduftrious they QK half naked and half can our hunger be and car thirft flaked with what they caft and or cur limbs warmed with what they wear are all thefe things to fliould mind their own We have parted our days in disregarding the miferahle to which we have reduced many Afiatic and by whom we have gotftivniiUions of and we renounce all of qur and commifrratethe Eng by whom we have gotten as for the claintspf country and what of for tiine cares fixpterice for them at Printer pray now ara irot thofe poor fate you lament fb paid one fliiUiijga day for hbour do iktj and jou publifli for them wife ftiitte Jog and a Pcrfian defcended from animals which the Great Mo egeetris nvuch more his and pte wjpthaiore a monkey and a mac afl which are extremely fare and anddecJftrs it on they cdft her but a guinea befides a maid fervant to waih and aiid ind a upon tWmonkey and which are certainly greatly defeeiuted can do Jevil is if a Born of the and fired in the who works atthe loom cannot wife and fix chil dren a when dog and s nionkey and a can live hand a 1iU beKeve that all theiicomplaints are fojjtany impoftures inveritred to compaf fiph of the do Wot proceed real Turn your tivjughts to the invenajig new chemes of tu people o aid te the ap perfonswho have lents to Your paperwill then be the only one taken in by us andyoumay get richand always keep four doors from your own the whofe patronage you feem t beftew a penny a day to read What have from them rAmongthe many inven I think Comely s and AlmaiiTWiftenitnently deferve tliejftftsem of the pub lic for the nrble inftitutiojft which they made and as all we have a of Ibyifh are of the free ef England in the next be tttat the thanks of the Hoitle be prefentad to thefe two celebrated perFonapes for their difintereft not only in relinquishing their own whtie they wallowed in but in their remov ing to in order to improve our embellift our and fupply thofe polite conveniences before that been unknown to us people of fafhjon and all this is done from a motive of honour in being ferviceable to the fupportof foci without the leaft view of private I cannot but thefe two respectable foreigners will be naturalized in the next with a fpecial claiife of qualification few their hold ing any poft under the without fuch publifr marks of approbation ani rertiylera it is expect thatwe mail evtifmore poiTefs perfdns of fuch dlftinguUhed merit from alien coila tries in all cannot affard two more fj totally difintereftedas tliafe beforemen jioiied Did your eyesbehold our Eaft India affembjy at would you be aAonifted with the luftrfr tur wives are Adorned with many dia wwe they turned into as would feed half the poor ef England for a year J iroper that there one done in each of my wifes CMrings which is of than all the effects which were poffefled by the proprietsrs of this whole j efcaped from let us unmolefted with your news paper the riches we have gotten and let thofe whofe anceftors have been opulent and have never tafted of fas obliged to alfcvi ate the the if they have We not fomeof us are even ennobled and liitwithftanding the co lour of their blood is ib vifibiy improved by that their fouls remain the fame j and they do not approve of the woids Di arid many otliers ot a like nat nre j becaufe on theie occafions the mortifying ftate of their fathers come into their as he pots the fpits do into tliatof Teague at the fight of in the Print no more therefore in favour of the Poor at two generations pafs and our origins be a little obfeured by the oblivious fliadows of and then you may print in favour of the and yjt fliall talk ot rich and noble anl not be remindetl from whence we my head aches with writing this long and my Secretary is from t inuft therefore poftponeiill another occafibnall far ther observation on the extenfive ge ias and vaft From the L Q N DO N G A Z K I December The Kiogs moft ex ceUent M3jsity in This day his Grace thir ry Duke ot the Right Honourable Fredsrick cammonly called Lord ard Sir Ed ward Knight of the by his fwoni ot his molt honourable and thtir icbecriva at the On Suntlay the z6th tlie great officers of Hate went in a body ro the Se wait upon ihe Grand oij oath ed huh in a particular ami him to the Grand Sigiwor receivtfi Hekiffed fathers hand j and whaare to have the education of at ihe fame time to the Grand aitjoimed to take him under their care for St The King been pleafeti to prefent William Samuel in Divi to the Atchdeaconry of founded 5 cathedral ch arch of and the diocefe of void hy the promotion of Charles late Archdeacon to rJe fee of and mTiis Majeity s fa this tu ri by virtue ot prerogative J The King has been td conilitute and appoint iir Edward ke ol the Charles liuJL quiies the Right Henry Vifcomu the kingdoinof Sn Leorge Sir Bi and JeAkm Klq rj tor ex fice oi of Great Britain rnui and the ifl nds and The King pleafed to grant Grace Peregrine Dukeof Aiicaltei and he of Matter of Mnjeftyg thr jom of tbe Right Francis Eari of Hertt BAN K R u p T Vincent of in the v f Mary m the couniy of itii i ma dealer and to 2h and 6th and of at in the fbren at William htsof in carpenter and to ou and 23d at tlevea in the in in the toiuuy tlie three in the at the Star and in Dqs appointed Jor making thi mviJrndi of Bankrupt ejlatis to John Andrewsi of the ud of at ten in ihe forenoon and not on me z3d before advei tifcd at John Dwid of Kingsarms Lon the 5Ui of at ten in ihe at John Warriner and Richard of Fim ftreet the gthot at ten in the fore at Phillip now or late of tlie Lon 74tli of at live in ilie af at IJionus bte of he cify of reer the 6th of artwo iji ihc at Swales wine i the Joha Syarks of the town and omiity of llaveiford and rhe 5th of Ja at ten in the at Uie Ship and Lal Certificates to be aihiued to Bankrupts John Foria of Long in ilupiriih of Msrtin in the in dealer on or before the 3 d of January Wiliam of in the county of Wor djakr and on or be fore the 3d of January of the in the county of Mid and copartner of tke amc on or before the third of L O N D O It is ftill reported for that the Right the Chancellor IreJjad is to rulign upon a penfionj and that he is to be 1uo Matter oi the vriio is to be fucceeded by the Jam a one of his Maieltys Juftrces of ihe Kings whj is alia to be Eq foi behtd three a for the qiicker dilpatch of Thurfday laft the Grantham failed for trie with ome extrasudinary difpatciies for Governors of Florida and byuth ExtraB ef a letter Jrorn We have received new derails ol the ravages oc cafioned by tjie inundation of jn fuburbs cf The fall of the houfts be gaft in the fuburb of J he noife by their was heard in the neighbouring fuburbj with feverai who called out for h but as the water Surrounded entirely the it was VLTV difHcult the I neriVT which was pipdigioufly hvoln and was laden wjtjj a number oi trees of an enormous that h d been torn up by the roots aiid carried down alone with it a circumltance joined with the dark nefs of the rendered the pafligeof boats very did not datea in fpite of the entreaiies tears of his wife and venrured to crofs the in order to fave luch as were on the point of His courage rcuzed fevtrd of lifs fellow boatmen to hiin and by means of their h o no body The waters mind gn the but all the miiis having been deitroyed by the tiiere was reaibn to ferr that have if ilie had not ordered the magazines ot deUgned for the ufe of th to be and the to diftributed to the They write fjom that t e fnnie inuiidVtion has done alto there ibundaiue of pie of C3Letters rcceivtcti Amor Veteran Ac Friend to the in the A 111 habitants were to breakdown the parapet wails of the the height of which is forty fee m of trejshijh the bore along wirii it A u the mTUsot thetown are Seve are wallowed and many hotiiei ver villages of Concioumibe VillfiieuveduTarn and all cthf ri tiverm that part of are under are dt to fend
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