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   Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 17, 1766, London, Middlesex                                E D N E S D A D EC M B 1766 H A A R E ATthe THEATFJB in HAY on Saturday the h will be performed a favourite Serious E The Music compofed by fevcral celebrated With new new Pit xnd Boxes to be put and noperfons to be adnitted without whch will be deli vered That Day at the faid halfa gyinea Firtf Gallery Second Gallery By their M A J E S TIE S N9 pcrfcn whatsoever to be admitted behind the nor into the Pit andBoxes Will be opened at five oclock To begin at half art heur after fix oclock Rex prec r The I U Y L A N or the BE N F i T of DLgSEX aid LAM and ivl A J S T r the J Royal in THIS tlie i7th be prefented Tbe P L A I N BB A L E The HoUsuwl by ON of the great number of the NobiJty Gentry already and hourly the Cornelys humbly begs leave to acquaint ths Subfcribers to the Society in Sohp that the which was adver tifed and intended to the iXth 5nftant by particular poftponad till after the O 1 he Manor of Lyintsneld in the county and Farms con liltmg of one thoufand nine hundred acres of and woodhndj and of Copyhold at the will of the The Eftate is full of fine part fit for and the reft in a very thriving condition with an exteniive Royalty and For further particulars enquire of Bifcpe in the Frith in the or of at Lymps who will how the Lynrpsneld is within twenty miles of Lon fix of Serenoaksj and three of Godftonej in a finecoimtry abounding wrh game and Yates Mils Pope Lee Widow To which will be The OLD M A Cautherley 5 Packer 5 Hurft 5 Harlowrby Mifs Mils Benneli To begin exactly at Virant Rex fc V Tickets to be had at the Hofpital the Rain C the Mount Grofvenor ftreet theTurkshisad Gerrard ftfeet 5 and of Johnlton at the where fbr the boxes may be CO V E N T G A R D E AT the THEATRE in COVENT GAUBBrS THIS DAY will be prefeatcd The AC COM LI SPIED MAI The principal parts by Mifs and With New Entertainments of La Mifs Boxes 5s Pit Firit Upper for the to be taken of at the T the LITTLE THEATRE in the HAYMAR A THIS the stenor Company yvjitexhjbit NITW Never attemgtid by other Singing by Keen and on the flack Signer Dancing by jvfift Ferciand Tumbling by Signor arid Dancing on the tight rope by Mifs Msfter Signer Signora and Sigriof SignorFercj will play and take off and put on hfs on the tight tlie With fevewl feats oPtvftivity never feen in Eng land before anJ variety of new Th moft fur prizing and diverting performances on the Wire and Tight Rope by the MON ICE Y j he walks and dances on tlie tight rope with thtpeole he and balances various ijrjailibres en the wire with and without the pole he and turns the Katherirrewheel on the flaflk rope to This animal is raott of the kind ever 1 wherever to conclude with a THERE are now on lale at the wine vaults in the fol lowing free from adulteration of any kind thefineft Madeira which has round to the Well at per very good French at excellent old inferior to at LHbony red and white the belt of the ftverai per fine Preach brandy at per Jamaica rum at The above wines will be carriage to anjr part of the Attendance given from naonung till Publicans may depend on being ferved on as good terms as at any place what Jhere being always a large ftoek for either in caflta or Orders direfted for will be duly The above goods for Teady money and ham to be paid for till On the Jirftff Januaryuul be A NEW EDITION ot THE F O O L of VOLUME and Printed for in though with the patriot puroofe of acting the part on thiscccafion becoming an honed Engiifli you will only go to in Order to re turn without any ffay at A ffttiilefs and hame ful to your will be the fofe consequence of fo injudicious au adventure fa in that hb indted we hail praife your patiiutifinj we halt defpifeycur and the meaneil opinion poffiHle of a difcernment which could not forcfee that eveiit without Ourmerchants haVe no for a remon ftrating Envoy at Lifljon j they have alrrady had enouah of the difplay of ininifterial talents in that without reiping the Uait bsnefit from thele feeble But if ova miniltry are fei ions in the matter they have of themfelves taken up between Portugal rtnd all that can be fettled be tween thcfe two kingdoms in an amicable may be eafily perfected by a mcfiage to the POJ tu giiefe Envoy as by that channel we may havi a more fpecdy from Lifbon in cafe of aftefted we have it in our piwer to theconclufion cf the negotiation with more than k poflible to be done by a miniiter at a foreign PHILO Ifithe hnir Jigtted inyefltrdayi for egregious rend Lttleri reteweJ Well wimsr to Public f he Peruke both of Town and OMEGA on and given general fatwfaclion wherever lie has The whole hornpipe by Mifs Pit Gallery The doors to be opened at andwgin at half an hourafter fix Vivant Rex To prevent to be taken at the Office of the from to It u humbly requeued that the who take will fend their fervants No money be returned after the curtain is drawn p3 Signer Placido begs leave to inform the No that his company being engaged to to Paris onthe 14th or ijth January next he theiraccotnmpdation and to add to prefcnl performances a variety of entire new and curious and to per form four timet a Wednef and A S A L of I L K Now felling under prime cpft By order of the and for tbe benefit of the creditors of at rhe Lamb and near Biihopf gateftitetj copfiftingof A Large flowered and plain tabbies and du and flovtsicd with variety of half filks and Alfo great choice of black and Norwich ftiopkeepers be iup pljed with or under their ginal B The leafc oi the houfe to be fold In one volume withfoitytvo price A containing the fplolwing fub The Arithmetic of and the differential Method Tlie Elements of the in tKree Bpjks j The Nature and Pro perty of Curve in twu By E M E R S o Printed for oppofite in the Strand bookfeller to his Where may be lately publiihed by the fans or the Art of upon the r The Elements of with i ables of A Treadle of The Elentcnks of ATreaufe of in twy Ibis Day is price Containing a great number of extremely interesting to the HE CONDUCT of the LATE ADMINI STRATIpN With an AP contilttjng of and AUTHENTIC Primed for oppsfite Burlington houfe in Of whom may be A New Edition being tlie fourth oF the HIS TORY of the late from 1762 to Price ard lie price A SPEECH in Defence of the CONSTITU againft the SUSPENDING and DISPEN SING it is but forty days tyranny at the Per Ugem C Ftr tbt Utters Jiguei A J SCIA MENS and the PROLOGUE and EPI LOGUE to the EARL of I To his Excellency WILLIAM HEKRY Envoy and to Court of r permanency in yourfu tnreembifiy that the public as well as your particular are not a little f furprized at your undertaking fo unpromifing an The tem per of that and too well known attachments of its arbitrary Prime fo inimical to our affures the that all negocintions other than thpfe that are made in the molt peremptory and backed with inltantaneous military ex will end in and only ferve to make the Portuguefe Miniftry moje are alfo that the only method of ob taining a can be bed carrid en by an or rather at the head of a Britifti well provided with the molt con vincing of I mean that hoflile apparatvh which has fo often and fo well in bring ing our enemies to Our and other instruments of are endued with a per fuafive force which is by nature denied to any other fort of mortal Why then mould you think of trying the prevalence of your rheoric on a Minifter who liftens only to the flattering views of and thofe of an unlimited avarice Op prefllon being his fole and terror the only motive he is acquainted our rtiips of warin the mult be our advocates our tars know better than how to obtain the wilhed for aflent to our and that repaation to our injured which their diftrefics in Portugal fo loudly Their manner of is always attended with fuccefs but you cannot quote the asra wheu that coinplufance in b peculiar Ito ever added to the Britifli or moved our foes to one act of If you oppofe not the opprflive fchemes of the prime Miniiter of your refidence at Lifb in can be of no ufe to our merchants j and if you op pofe thofe your vifjts at Court will be and your voice detefted in the Hyal palace contenxpt will be your lot among the pro ftitute attendants of the and probably hilfes from rhe What comforts doth uch a life pre fent you with Or what advantage can your country from your fuomiffion to lo inglorious a mar tyrdom in importance of you are now to tqyour your and your great recommenders j yur and the fate of a valuable branch oifthe Bi itifh depends on the mea t fares you win now If you decline the clef fined you will fhun thefe and that hatred of your which for ever lukewarm negoriators your and that o your will be fixed on a firm 4 HIS But CD the othtr tiiis o the L O N D O N G A Z E T F The King has beei pleai a to Conftitute anil appoint the Right Robert Nu Soame Ldward John Jerenjiah William Fitzhei and be fioners promoting and fur Hiipctiiig and improving his plantations HI and Francis late of Warwick and to iunender ihe zGth attheCaitlt in in War aiul iyih of at the in at ten in the ioreno of Mary mcr to On render the theaf tlve of at five inthe of at four in the at Lite of in the of Ktriit but now a Tifmtr in tiie Kingi to iurrendT 23d ot and and lytli of at ten in lne of in the pariili of StlGijey m in the of to furrender oi tbticth i ir and 17 h of atfnir in the a Guilil of to furrender on the ioth at four in the tlie 3d of ten in the and ayth of a four in rhe it Days appointed fir tbt oj ejiates to James 1 teof in the pnrifh of oranl the aarh or at nine in the ai G ueorge Buchanan and William inrrchanu and tiic at at eleven in tha at Guikl John R Inte of the a6ih of January at eleven ni the at the Talipot in tlie city of Certificate to be alloivecito a John of on er before the 6th of January Tlie Right the Marquis of Lorn is creaced a Peer of by thetitle of Baron Coombe in Yefterday their attended by a party of tookan the Surry ndeot Welt and pafled over London through the on their retu n to ths Queens morning Iiis Royal Highnefs the Duke of accompanied by the Hoii fetout from his Royal Hignnefss houie for in thi feat of the Right Earl where he is to remain rhinng the the following bills received the Royal hy virtue of a his The to prohiliit fjr a united time the expor tation of bif aifotlie extraction of low and fjiirits from wheat and wheat The act tocontiaue the ail for allowing the im of and duty free for a limited The act to amiend an adl of lift fiioii3 for repeal ing cUiries in hie HririOi lionsin America upon goods ex ported from andiorenc re gulating and fecuring ef trarte of the domirsions in Ame as relates to the exportation of nqn enumerated The bill for allowing tSe importation of wheat and wheatflour from any part of Europe into king duty tiU the ill of bill for allowing he free of wheat and wheat flour from his Msjeiiys colonies in Ame rica into this duty for a limited The bill for naturalizing Cluiltian Van Tey Tiie bill for continuing the Juries on cyder and for thyear i The bill for Mary Anne Amelia Ths bill for naturalizing Lewis and John Samuel Schu The biil for the protefti jn and of perfons who have in or in obedience the lats order of ror hying an embagoon wheat and wheat ii in liar diicharg inij all proceedings againlt pe fbiis for or on coup of he The hiJ the free importation of The bill for obviating doubts which with refpeft to taking cf oaths jnf licet of tbe Peace The iifuing of any ntW com After the Royal afT nt to theTe 1 botli houfet adjourned till the of Sunday ari ved JRath his the Lord Pn mate of athis houfe in Conduit Yefterday tha Anthony ton of Lord Montagua arrived tis houie his lady and for Jie A few days ago arrived at his Grkce the Duke of Manchefters in abemiiful a prefenr that a treaty of mnrriage is on will fhortly be ctlebi bitweea Duke of Uevonfliire and the Mifs daughter of the Right Kcnfy Con Efqj one of bisMajeftys Principal Stifcretjrtes of The Right Lord Adam Colonel the itxty fixth is a candidate for Absrdeecj in the room of the iate David Bftj aad it it thought will bj It is faid Dennis Efqj ohtained a Tdp ther grant of a confiderable number of acres cf land on the binks of the rivr Sr J i i liait f i rida EriiaH a letur Jrcm Cepbalw a CMjidtrablt of tcJooging to the dated On the jift ofMay we hada nioft fuiious huricane ivitli hail as at which terrted to threaten Uie of the All the ltieplesof the chuiclifj blown the Inrrelt olive as well as othtr forts of tress torn up by the roots carried and were blown about in the rirlike the kavesot wliicli always calm in the pert of IwelleJ itrhis ae to futh a waves ran over the higielt mointains and as they to now the our terror intX I We ail thought a rhe vvith any poffjbility of toui ulually empluyed in and were n the plain sbout m vv and ue were grcaly fu pzd to find th m on the ArgaiJli one of the oiheis This fatal hurricane continued mi it had laited a few from the effect we bave evpeiie the whole iilind woukl On tbe of Ju y we felt a viol nt flicck of the winch LtteJ ani fol lowed the day by three o her ih continued in motin for y and iVe iiill often feel pretty Marty houies have btei thrown tle reit are nearly all fo that we are to lie in the open The fliocks have general throughout tlie as well in tlte phins as the aad about twenty peifons have perith The wife of a fhapherd at village of D near Coniniberg in having been rrought to lately rr lueelive dan lejs anc a at an interval of tbfiraiidtwevity be this intiie poor mans haVng wa him into grat Cnambcvof War and tr by ohis given or iers for oi tlie a pioviding the proper fitter ro turned ot lixty by Lnie ar and tiu mother in the jt aiuitaat thty have already fevcral tii re s expected ro he a full Court of the at Mercliantiaylors on Ijnie important whioli arc expcited to Vt taktn into jonfulera1 litld a Court of Common council at hen a m tioa Ly an i by t3 the free dom of thcity of London to his the DJKtot in a gr11 was Jina nimouily to aiul the the Lofd Mayor wai ujiun Highne to hii p eaiore when he would bt v on with the A reptrrtfrom rhecommicrce of city Tor un dainnictg two arciies of the of Londonbridge and r was to m The repoit ot the ciry fr giving to the pro prietoi s cf the e hufifth arch of was to be printed j and cflcvcral eminent furvsys s be ta ken laid before liitnext Ci report of the of rhe city hofpitals was ordered to printed and the trunk ths Court WRswoted to tic the and Common for the trouble thty had taken about the The memorial from the proprietors cf the River for improving rhe which was pre iented to the Court of laid btiore the Court and it nypearinjr tha 11 the juit right cf tle city were in nolort inun co be tlie lame was approved Qf by the A memorial from a prefente to the letting fiTtuds had been commixd in tiie of to thdafrimejit not only of tlie Cuniuieis hut alfo of thefair trader an t tended to bring in a petition to Parliament for re gularing thefame and Braying the fanclionof Covirt It orHercd to Ue recommended to the Members of and fncii of as are of the to ue heirea deavours to procure a proper ait 10 be tor that Yefterday the rulers of the Watermens Company were inmiiioned berOre the Court oi uf upin account ilie ingto ply every Sunday at not withitanding tlie corioiaton tnv fullv fitisried the faid Company for their tlitr the rut a d take all fuch cuildy ai hail py f r upon at as this ferry is now iy of parliament abclilied It has seen ihat road is atthis time in a than it lias been for years path On account of the great rnmhfr of the Nobility and Gentry already ail hourly the Criulyi huiiilily begs leave to acquaint the ubcnhrrs to the Society in the third which adveitifed and intended to the igth by articular postponed till jttcf die holi hear from Ai ih that en chs there g cat Jill oi f now at Ctl   

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