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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 16, 1766, London, Middlesex n ir l GmtlcmenJ wii FirftlGaUecy v their to behind the ftehes into Galleries PH be opened at five To half an bmr after fix oddtfk jprecifelyY Vj yant Rex AT the TH1ATJLE JWVAL uiwiiy THREAT Wilt be pjefented Thfc E A R iW A Jl W I C MiJVFtynn and J V To be fi J t S I N Ji I JVlajor Uellbrdr Florival Mils Plym i Mrs Bodkins j Mifs Places for diefeoxw tofee talwo bf at u V J5 U A K0 T THEATRE ia E DOB Roft V Smjtii Don BenneU Don Shuter j Dyer j MrsMattopfes j Pittf by Green t Mijfs To which be The C J 1MZ K by Young Mifs Hi the the i7th of JTor Company will exhibit r by other jby Keen arid Vaulting on thfcfladt by Signor Dancing by Mift Ferci and Mifs Tumbling by Signer and Signor Dancing ifl jtigbt rope by Mifs Mafter Signor and Sknor Signor Ferci will play with two flag and taHt eff and put OB his ou the tiglu without the VVitfc Cevetv feats never feen in Eng and of new The matt furpritlng diverting performances on the Wire Rope by the MONKEY he walks and dances on the tight rope with he Dftth without tfie Ijfilwru tHe wheel on the Hack rope to This aniqfcal is the moft aftonifhing of the kind ever and has given general wherever he has whole to conclude iritn a hornpipe by Mtfs Boxes Gallery The doors to be opened at andbegM at half an hour after Vivant To prevent placet to te taken at the Office of the from sine to It is humbly requested that the who take will fend their fervants OV five No money to be returned after curtain is drawn tegs leave to inform the No that f his company being engaged to go to Paris on the i4Ui or 15th of January aexj fee for their accommodation aAdentrmih add to his prefent a variety of entire new and curious and to per form fpor a Wedaefc andFyidayil For the jTt ot MI DDLS SEX H For StCK and LAME aad T the Theatre Royal in To the will be prefaited The A I N E A L E The Plain by Pahnej j Dodd Lord by Parftjns Major Love T Jerry Widow M will be O L D M A Cmdierley Harluw by Packer 4 Hurft Mifs To berin exactly at VivantRex it V TTickets le be had at the Hafpitai j tlie Rain Grcfyenofftreel ttkcTiirk lead GerrarJ ftpoet j of Mr Johnson at the where places for ttie H at the defire ot itveral of the has put off iris till r The nrlt Concert wilUbe on Friday rh jtU of As no money will be Ladiss and Gentlvinea who intend lo Hay with titir requcjUd to fend in their that their tickets may be delivered indae Subfcriptions are received by at his houle in j unu by Hitit On Tburjdry next luitiiit pub price THE A As isjte perioraed at the Theatre in and damage ta arid4 Printed tor Ruflel Covent girdeB jn PaterrioJteVro w in Cathenneftrf in the The Propritora yf tne above play think them obliged to inform the t the Ear of Warwick the King and Subject printed ibr in Parernofterfow is only airauflation French and has not line of la to fet them them with herfes heads Aibfcrtbers who transfer their are defired to write on bjcks the names af the S N i iii Addle L JS k and C T V fi on H EAR T Wjtt be delivered By the A 0 T H O Rj appearattte in public v Q cc ASI an A t fit QL o G Firft Second GalWy opened at and tobei V The Author rerdrm his lincere very polite and numerous for the uncom moh apylaufe with which he wnt E H NI G H 3y A V G T I O To begin at fer ef HB BKTtRE and VALX Lf Aft Y ofifre SAMUEL CHAKpLERj By S A M U L B A K Xr Athis hottie in Coven to be had gratis of in Paternolterr w j and at the place of AS tne hts ih general been attributed to a Gentleman of the Bame at the Publisher it a duty which owesto the to that it is not written hypr the author of ah ingeni lit tle which has jirft made its appearance under the title of MottV WHITE A ii 1 L L to aocjiaint the Proprietors that ere will be attertdanee given every from till oijev at the New York to receive the Declarations of irot formable to in the JL couatyof and feyeral con fitting of one thoufand nineliuhdred acres of and woodland i and of Copyliold The fiftatt is W71 9 nne TOT ajrl the reft in a very thming an eiienfive Tf the cr of Lympsgetd Itirithin tvirenty milesof fix ot and three fine country abounding wi h eame and Correaiy and hamlfomery in two Htsrpny an3 of the of the KINGS in periods j to from the NorjAaA ftortquelf to the reign of King i and from the end of the reign of King to the end of the Edward Taken from Toge Inoft Great Roll of the oom moniymled the Roll of Quinto Regis By T H O M A S M A D O Efq HU late Majeftys for at and W both in work may now be feen at the requeft 4 he favour of the of tfeoft gewlemen who will pleaieto encou rage tMs few topics will be printed on a fine Royal Day it Containuiga great number ORIGINAL extremely iritereitinc to the CONDUCT of the AOMINI STRATlOS With an AP of oppnfite in Of whom may bic A NewUdition 4jrfng fe roat of the late froin Price and s t r A SPEECH in of the CONSTITU againft he SUSPENDING and DISPEN SINQ It but tyraany at the Ptr legtm ftr tbt THERof the COUM of R ATfatfAL A T6 the PRINTER of paflage from court is now paving in the new methtd and the new This paflkge is fo narrow as J admit of to tl Pafs by eacb oriler without much u the drivers are But what muft becom of the foot paJTnrers in rhfi mean while why they may flculk if they can into any door fKeyfind in order to being hefpattered with itirt from head to j wonder the bear with fuch infutts on common Pray are thofe who or who the maprity undoubted and they have a right to all pofljble The modern pavement is undoubtedly pre ferable to the old in point of cafe to car procured at i Is it not rorift more than ever expend to thetfirt flung Ifcortrthe heels of carriaget with the greartrtrapidity in a channel juft dofe ut it is in vain to reafon vritfct can neither think j thofe who fan are already cojiviAVfd more mbre to common than to make two chahatlc wheriohe is and tdraake thefe two channels where they are the mot TVp carelefs or have ometimes locked their in a defp ehau r Tjaypid tljepoffririfity of this accident the ftreets are by which means every perCon who and thofe ride h if ever old method of the gutters next are commonly fo tlwt the f all forts of carnages of them if it ii Ibme difficulty to get out of But al fnoother where there is fome dirt than where is nonej many of the driver who ftntt Enough to confult their keep oire wheel of the new by whick ntlHh dirt is thrown on the are much worn ee every jart of the the riders in carriages are ont and not hslf as might beyythcl hepuWic has a tight to all the eafe and cOflvenJente can fioni the heavy cen they rnuft payfdr thefe the Surveyors item utterly incapable of gaging what U right in this and it ought care of much abler heads They may very but they are little ac quainted wiih principles iliat would lead them to conjfruclihg a better method of An ab fufd mode having been once it I be purfwed againrt fenfe and till or feme body of who what is jwjf what is take the lead and deliver us from an abfaniity that hitherto one ar gument aUVUnced m its egregious is the1 I wouid juft that it is impofllble to keep the clean in unlels the inhabitants keep men on purpofe to fince every that paftes throws freih dirt either on the footpath or paflengers fo that if they are fweju thiis they are dirty the and muft he fo unavoidably whileall the dirt wet in the ftretts are ctJlrfted fo near In do tlie Commilfioners recom and threaten while they of pavehient that unavcidably Ifce inhabitants to have fome tranfient elTiys onthisfnb ill but they Isave enfly been on tiue the quettion I I fhcfuld tokncw what can bealtedged other fide the It is an important and determines to whether we are adling or I douJt notbut manypeople have confidcred the fubjeclj and the opinion of every thinking perfon in a cafe like niaj1 be of more coulequtnee than he is aware f5 Lttitrs rictived A The Henrietta KHnkert med at DaitttSck the aoth utt I Laii Friday tile rtterthsmrf art eteeant at the KiogVarjns in Cern to EHjj late Otrernor of the Leewarcriflands j at which the Earl of s Secretary of and triber perfons of dii L O N DO Ry a law nqw it is thar the eflrUes of ail who in their life time Were fub jecltotlie bankrupt are to be diftribuletl after their death among thrir creditors in the fame manner cafeallarure had been taken out during of all the debts qf a deceafed trader muft be equally out of his real and perfonal any Jif tinftion between Cmple contract and thofe laid toiedue on that within a Tpice after the the executor or adminiltrator ilafute a tbcali meeiiug of creditors at which meeting he ftiall and diOribute pro VJJL the fums received under his And if altthe debts are not he lha1 next year icall a like meetingof the and diftribute among tile leveral lums receivrd fince lalt It is further faid to be that tli executor fhnll in likemanner call meeiings of from te and difclofe upon and diitribute the interim received till tte whole eftate is or the debts If thefe tJiings what a pity it is thit all tffaws are not Uwi under the fame etiuitable reeu Vs Suiday arrived from Ireland the Right Hon the Tdfterday the Right the f fet to be prefent at the trial 01 the Yefterday Jjer Grace the Ducliefs of Ancitter fet out for the Sir William fet out Wehear the Right the Counted of Chef who has been ill at by a tiurt of her a fair way ef Hwy write from that the returns of on account of their WtltIrtdia had fallen fliort myie than the greutly undermine The Dutch illands in the Spamftj coalt and mAJn Five veryconudtrablebankruptcies have happened at Mai at a time were haft ex A Urge number of are rating out at 10 cirry over and a large quan aval tares i r Monte ChrUti in HBpamofa to which place all the h traders at and Louifiana wkh their fines the whole that iflana is seded to Sir JOriM BLS Refirefemtotmtsfoj Yourconrtantntteridanee in ParTiaifiirtt attention to the epod of your lariythe fhare which you bore JaftfeJlion in pronrot j j v v sti ing ttaivy faiuWry andfecsrfingtcusthe of our happy botifi jut tify pur and demand ouf We are Jieretw wiili a confidence thpovghyour care and we may ob foeedy andeffeftual bur prs fent and dread of price and thofe wHIch tn thereof cannot fail of affedling every rank and condition of butfiiiwith the weight oft the lower claftesot oar f are amotOiiaus as they crus of the poor the throne j nor in vain Dinjrig1 your recefe from prerogative inoft otfflyjnrerpofed in tlirr by laying a raryembargo an whfcUt and On ydttf reafiembiing the Sovereign difdained not to16 the poor W yoin Be it fecond p tternal regard ftr hlj From you expeil a Itridl snd clo e euiry iuto the whether naiUrat or n of of with tlis tiKwjf adecjuate 7 3houM it appear that thejkingdom fuffers r areal is ybwrs to top its by prolubiting the firit tnctfliry of to be ei ther carried or confumed at other ufes than that 6f fuftenance and from the wehope to fee precautions tend to prevent tie return of Aich Icaruity in any future period of whether bv encouragement of agriculture and breeding of cat by tltablifhment otpublic or by othv methods be On the 01 lur fliould it be difcevertd thatour calimines faring from an artificial occa fioned by cruel unfair and 51 licit combinari n of any fa of let the fpirit of our qonititution breathe afrefli in theriorcUj ex ecution of laws as are how in mould they be found in vheir or the training of new The preltnt peace wa and of its which his Majeftys moft gracious fpeech has affpided leave us no roonj to apprehend any addition to our prefer t load of debt j we rather hope it muft and that a dumiHiUon of taxrs will be the happy conle quance but hould the of ftats apuly to the nationaj already fo be it yaur care to enquire into this ffiyj and if any mode of taxation be urged under the tpecious pre of modenwinf be caufioua oftntfting its promoters even with luch prcferts in their We only recommend toycu psrfcvtrance in tiwfame zeal HUM inttgutywliich you have hitheito ruani and thereby youwill do honour to yourfehes and to your inilTucHons figncd not only by principal gentlemen of the Inrtalio by fhe Dean and Canons of the cathedral of and by the and tlemen of that tickets were drawn 3943i 46682 4544i 51219 Prices of 33433 5664 38003 53526 31X41 55010 su37o 43545 6y34 i 45582 24616 I2H68 25623 59058 50667 29024 aSiK3 36706 15043 17995 11106 58J9 49233 iij79 127iz 15647 35cSi 20107 55577 43115 j8zj J2iSf 42755 J549S4 39379 3434 7046 48371 44096 22436 27523 16584 10189 HjKW 10009 36267 21799 3433 454 4 3759 28686 43212 48254 57778 31830 57107 425l 50885 5670 32521 920 45170 13311 46129 26335 56308 43183 3651415952 31909 5315 2446327507 50769 58481 10239 7098 59725 jou8 333 23057 121 31JJ4 34643 21064 11650 55058 46117 59414 48590 28254 48045 30489 42492 7204 38937 6917 j4joS 4778 9444 HiXi 43815 4473 11998 54488 ai48 6661 43074 642 37973 216a6 32611 2528 23113 23643 z55 56438 3350 26690 17549 19425 27324 35095 49424 1S996 32933 17340 52054 8627 lolsoB 50308 34925 27113 27698 547436609 4529 5izg5 436X5 17942 2420 1484 9001 35494 14960 3033 4223 v87 30850 46177 34819 33259 3 118035455 33173 34064 J47S6 26025 5487 2X246 458o 45578 21761 27433 gno 1830 58465 12432 52256 16338 4547S 35041 57376 3745 30551 30131 38121 55829 3994 3151 4c 196 41685 w 52615 2909 59X75 55101 1I30 13440 24347 7554 32651 48430 33114 4i2co 15296 30669 42458 12265 22512 21911 13n9 46977 54455 30572 5736 59866 48505 49485 We though the celebrated author of The pa has proceeded pruityconfuUrably in his ftriftures on the CoventGarden that iiewUl not pub hlh till ChnRmp has as he dors not diufe to difturb the ladies and gen tlemen of that Vheatre y in the of that a Lady of Quality loft nine teen guineas at the gsme ot Loo lait Satur Yefterrfay thf prices of grain at W to hariey to Kye to Oats to Peaie to Fimrit pr Second firt The t oliowing odd incidcut lately happened at Glentanjier in Sco Uml A late eagie hid feieed upon a which he carried up the in Jieht or after a ft Of they Fell having tSS a terrjhlt ab ut four in he r ac the faouf of J fan 2VZSJ4 23000 9iq 54790 48260 36693 54177 4905 4Zllj7 50006 39353 Z2S6 566 55588 40511 JtJ658 59933 7j6o
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