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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 18, 1766, London, Middlesex T H V R S 0 A D E C K H M A R K E T the KLINGV in the HAY on feturtfey the t perfrrttttda Serious E Z I The M v s i c compofed by feveral celebrated With new Pit and Soxes be put and no perfons to be admitted without wheh will be deU Vered That Day at the find at half a guinea Firft Gallery Second Oalkry By their MA JE S TIE S Na pcrfon whatfoever adnHtted behind the nor uttp the GaHeriesi Pit andBokas will be opened at five To begin at fialf art hWr after fix Vivant Rex D R U It Y L A AT the THEATKB in THIS PAY will be printe The of The principal parts by Powell and With a and To which will be N E C K or N O T H I W wmeipal parts by Mtft and Mifs Popev CO V KM 1 A R D fi AT the THEATRE in COVBNT THUDAYwfli presented W AT the W O R L Rofrj SirWik ful Shitter j Dyer j Woodwardj Lady Pitt t yinCAntj by Ward Green TOft Vincent j To which will be by fit Furft Oalh Upper Placet for the boxes to be taken of in the the rffh of will exhibit b oilier uei fuwuen Singing ntffeh aiflj Vaulting on theihSt Dahohg bj Mu FtreiaM MHt Tumbling by SignAr WitSamW and Signor Dancing en thetforot rope by Mifs MafNar aiul Signor Ferci wiHjump over two Bar ters backwaftis and eh the vrttfcout the With fcVeftd never feen in Eng land and variety of new The moft furpriring and diverting performances Rope by theMONKEY he walks he and various equflibfes the wire and without the pole j he vaults ind turns the Katnerinewbeel on the flack rope to This animal is the rooft ef the kind ever and given general fatisfaftion wherever he has The whole conclude with a hornpipe by MMs Boxes Bit Gallery The doors to be opened at and begin at half an hour after fix Vivant Rex To prevent places to be taken at the Ofiice of the from nine to It is humbly requelted that the who take will fend their fervants by five No money to be returned after the curtain it drawn Signor Placido begs leave to inform the that being engaged to to Paris on the or istn of Januaiy next he for their accommodation and nten ain to atd to prefent performances a variety of entire new and and to per form four times a Wednef and A of SILK JOHN Weaver jpd at the Spital takesutbis method to acquaint friends and the publk in that he haspurchafed a large adbrtmeat of mercery greatly under the ori ginal being the ttock of two weavers who have declined that bufinefe confifting of bro flowered and plain flowered and plain with choice of half filks and black Norwich crapes and bom As goods are intended to be fold for ready money will be fold greatly under may be likewife fupplied with any of die above en the fame Great variety of fadriunablc for A J K S Sce HE method of iMvertilujf is become fo com and jt neralljr with a at inipsfing OB and pretences of Iclling for the Benefit of creditors in have no con cern jji fuch Tale aad buying the ftotks of and variety of fucb Tike to attract the attention of the and ruin the fair this adverufement is purpofely made to fecra the that BENJAMIN thirteen years manufactured only for to retail his own manufac tory to publici at the very fame low prices he al ways fold them td the and for which purpole Be s This Day opened oppo lite London in Biftispfgateitreet Where the and may depend all my new Confifting fljwrered tabbies and plafn dutapes and luftringjj on the fame low Tis hoped the public will encourage this calculated fo much and to prevent the impjfiuoo they have io frequently met I have befide my own go which for the fcke of ready money will be told exceeding Royal and Peruvian black bombazeens and Norwich crapes with a vaaiety ot other half Any lady who is a may fee my of filks on the fpot The lealeof my iioufe to bs lUd or left j enquire at in BAoptgate TwtUat DN account of the great number of and Gentry already and hourly into the Cpmelys humbly leave o acquaint the to the Society ioSoho that the Third which was adver tiied and intended to HIS the iSth by particular dtfirtf postponed till after the December FTER the very many falfe reports that had been though praife be to Jtdiice uath at for tbcfe fix years with the iniquitous deiign ef ftriking at the in the accomplimihg the ruin of Sohofquare oi which he could produce a great variety of were they not oo many and too notorious to require the leaft meration he had been led to flatter at the tongue of CALUMNY had nothing left o advance again ft her but experience now convinces her of her and gives her every reafon t6 af fert as incontrovertible pofitions that the Kes of RANCOUR afe as inexhauftible as the drops which compete the vaft expanded ocean 1 that MALJS VOLENCE has no looner marked her object for de than becomes wholly unrelenting and unwearied in the of her diabolical in tent more frequently the ardently purfuing the feeming that intreafe of appetite CAN grow on fwbat it feeds Comely i has thought it a duty owing to her feif and family to lay before the public tliefe few curfory reAectioac not the candid and the they will have their proper weight at expofe the wickednels of an alraoft report of the laft that fit was of to tbut ftnJ to tbt total ruin her let her fay of her own AN J HAPPltY AMD PROM PRINCIPLE as fliejs ready to pravt paid of ELEVEN THOUSAND POUNDS within thefe thir teen months TO VISCHARAE JUST pi MAITD to had fomething in it fingttlarly cruel and that ihe coujd never have been perfuaded of its finding fuch a ge neral if the1 intelligence ihe received from va rious and the particular of per fons or the bigheit rank and of the actual exigence of fuch an extenfive had not placed the cireumftance beyond poffibilky of v Cornelys cannot but that the worthy inventor of this very prttuUt tale whoever the party may be lias inadvertently the intended mark as he had the favouralsle on Thurfday to BY fcEi a numerous aflcmbly of the Nobility and ftentry of the utter faitkood and confuinmate malice of the and who did her the honour CD the fi tisfaclian thereat ihe cannot out realbnably enter tfte waiineit hopes that every future effort to prejudice her with the in meet with all the and all the which fuch unotefited treatment loudly and juray calls But as the and not the is ever to be adverted and as tie firit of thefe is highly criminal in the Cornelys hereby offers a reward of OXE HUNDRED POUNDS for UK difcevery cf the author of this ca to be paid on legal conviction uf the offen der j and a gratuity FIFTY POUNDS on the ju dicial proof of any perfon fpreading uch infamous report at a fafl within their oivn kmivltdget and me is many illintentioned people hzut done although fuch peHbn would nst be the original propagator ot the The Manor Lympsfield in the I county of feteral Farms con finungof one thoufand nine hundred acres of and woodUnd and of Copyhold hneable at the will of the The Eftate is full of fine part fit for aod the reft in a very thnving condition with an extenfive Royalty and For further particulars enquire of Bifcoe in Frith in the or of at Lymps who will mow the Lympsfield is within twenty miles of fix or and three of Godftmej in a fine country abounding with game and t tt ivill be EARL of WARWICK A it is performing at the Theatre Royal in Printed toe in Covent in Paternofterrow in in the Strand and near wO price A SPEECH in Defence of the CONSTITU againft the SUSPENDING and DIS PfcNSlNG It is but ferty days tyranny at the Per Printed for oppofite Burlingtonhoufe in Piccadilly and fold by at in Fleetftreet in Paternoiterxew and Richard fort and at the Royal Of whom may be tuft CONDUCT of the LATE ADMINI STRATION EXAMINED containing theletten of S ii y to the in Ame rica 5 the anfwers the reprefentations of the Board of Trade an infinite number of oher origins Price 6d In tbt will be publiJheJ in March ConeftJy and handfomeiy in two THE HISTORY and ANTIQUITIES of the EX CHEOJJER of the KIJG6 of in periods to irom the Norman conquelt to the erd jf the reign of Kng Job i and from the end of the reign of King to the end of the reign of Edward Taken from Toge ther with a correct capy of the ancient Dialogue con cerning the generally afcribed to Gerva Jius Tilburiejilh and a Diifertation concerning the moft ancient Great Roll of the com monly fhled the Roll of Qumto Regis By THOMAS M A D O Efcj His MajtRys Printed for at at both in this work may now be feen at the above book who requeft the favour of the names if thofe gentlemen who will plealeto encou wiU be printed oil a fins Royal S t E GIF I C P O W D E R For HESE Powders happily in vented by a phy fician cf did now retired from who nfed ttiem for many years in his pri vate practice with the greateit fvccefs and found them to be moft fare and remedy for all difordersin thtf without farbeTond ailother the moft certain cure inpleurifies and all pleurety rembving almoft immediately air pnihs and ftitcbes in the breaft and Ode they as fure a Jpficrfit againft as the bark is againft agues and Thev are alfo the fureft and nioft remedy in all kinds and ftageii of even the wsrft and moft confirmed having often healed the lungs wherujlcerated to a great degree and are of the utmott fei vice ia all coughs prefervirig by their balfarnic the lungs from or healing them when ulce The publicmay be thefe powders are no quack butsthe long experienced remedy ofan eminent phyficiaii and that they will have the good etfeds abovementioned being the moft efficacious medicine for olettrifitsand in the whole materia Thefe powders will keep their goodnefs and efficacy for many and IA any And as tliey ire a remedy to be dependid OB in all confumptive if proporly and are diftofed of in this manner for the more general be nefit of the fo we by no have the public deceived in thsir by that taxing one or two papers of them ww cure confunvption for peoples own good reafon muft tell that when the lungs are hart and it muft befome weeks Sefore any medicine vvhatfoever can pofiibly heal them and make item found again i But if they wilt take them according to a teW they evehin the moft dangerous con affuredly expert a Thefe powders are feld by BOOK in and by no other at five the Which contains fix with printed Ibtj tvauld not nttu been rniide it not at tkt eanttft requtft oj bfallb ixu rtfltrfafy when tttfeaired and it would be want of humanity to tbt afflitted tirtn any hnger NEW M U S J Tbij day price zs A Second Setf of the SONGS in LA BUONA F 1 G L I U O L Printed and fold by facing Somerfet houfe in the Of whpm may be the favourite S ings in the Gli and theXunning This dtty it ATALOGUE ol the libraries of the late John Efq Hugh Efqj Lewis Efq the and of the and of feveral other collec tions containing upwards of twenty thoufaud vo lumes of choice and curious in ali branches of and in excellent condition Arhongft which are the F L 1 Cartes Rapinand 5 8 and Cax tons Rymers to Dugdales 3 Giblons Horieleys Britannia Ro Stowes Survey of Lon Stukelys Stonehengeand Univerfal 14 Bhirs Montfauc ons Antiqu i 7 Sloanes a Nordens Harriss t Hackluyts a les Chambers and Supple 4 Poftlethwaytes a Bayles and Bio 11 7 Millers Portugueie and Diet Didtionnairede i de et S de 10 dfc de 7 dtf de Herbelot ifio Cicero Stephani 4 5 Du Prefne GU Pitifci t Hoffsrunni Heiychii Suidse 3 Goiii Soianer Saxon Corpus Homer Pots Plato 3 in corio i Thucydidis Tofsphus rlavercampjjst Turnbull on Antient in Cafes ia the Houle of it Overbeke Romp Le RoysRuinsof Wuods Viewsof Nobiemens 4 Th battleso by Le fine Medals ot Lewis in M par t Imgo Jones s Vitruvius 3 Defgodetz Erafmi u X With many hundreds which will begin tdbi bid very January anci continue on fale till all are At THOMAS Next the Meufe in Catalogues t3 be with prices price at Cornhil Childs coffee Pauls church yard Temple bar Ruffel Cbveht Wal 5 Jamessftreet Shropfhire aiid book New Bond itreet of the bodkfelteri at Ox ford and and at tiie place of where the full for any ibiary or parcel ci By P B R M 8 S I o The THIRD N I G H being the ioth of AX in Addle fee delivered A NEW LECTURE on HE All T and iri Three Parts By A U T H Being his jd appeararice In pwbfic Pit JFJrft Gallery isi Uppet Gallery The to be opened atitzif baft five N The Author froni the ap pearanceOf the begrflnijif there be but little poftporned the Lecture NIGHT the Bali ill 0nigh t for a concert when it will be with the addition of a mtu ftf ttot tttttrt A RETAIL Rsnid CI KJTZr diftUaft the refifoas tbat bt may To the PRINTER of rhe correfpondent letter to you was filled with melancho ly apprehsrlions for the public driwn from the apparent waaknefs snd of rhe Councils By which were then gbvernsd tiiat letter was the ftate of things has been conrKtemWy A change has biu a few days we had little reafon to The na to whbfe pfudence and patrio tifm we are indebtedfot or mcarvt that we Ihoviid believe hie a very different pnn an confidoratien i It was hnpoinbleiie could tirefte the event which has now taken unlefs he was always fecretly detfrmined toreferve for his laft There was lately rfo profpeft of harmony among his s prirxipal or of any ftea dy direction in We hadevery thing to fear from a divided If thefe were evils fo alarming as we have teen we have now fufficient reafon to and to gratulate ourfelves vpon feeing the of them re A cornpaci of priva e and a ftrift union of political lately not lately between the and gives us all pof fible reafon to believe that the management of pub lic affairs is now fettled upon a firm and foun If we have at this time any dangers to ap prehend they are certainly of a very differentna ture from thofe with which the former divifions of the two great men have threatened I douhtnot they are clofely and will remain fo in fpite of all the oppouiioh of a numerous or the vain jealoufies of a fufpicioui The of cannot be too much admired for his in widening the bottom of his He has taken in the whole kingdom of and or the fake of public has glorioufly factiScetl all his real or to ihe refpeclabie Chief of that antient is tiiis the only facrificehe has made with the fame laudable The principle of public on which he hazarded a violation afike tavisattbr lias fuffi ciently juilified in his own in the accidental violation of mot Every can did man I that neither confiftency of repeated decla nor public nor the vain opinion of the ire to be vvlun the fnft of all obi the iii Butofths We may now rejoice in the wellfounded hope for the we be uniformly go The two having hut one agree in one plan of as weU as in a total exclusion factious no from their rank and might think themfelves entitled to fame Share of power as well as place and whole ungovernable interrupt tHe uniformity with which the two to govern this Under their the other of the ttate may be ftiftly committed to natives of Ireland and befides their pliancy in the transac tion of have acquired an almoft equal to a natural one in and a prefcriptive right to be employed in governing As tothe families of Benriock and it is plain that principles too much of to be taiftedvvith any Share in affixed and atlminiftration in one would think that the care of their over grown eftates would Turnifh them with fufficient em and prevent their meddling in matters they have fo little concern The taken in tnis is full of fpiiit and patrio TJiere breathes through it a uoSle difregard of the empty which are fuppoftd to influence the weaker part qf and an invariable ad herence to one great through the whole courfe of his hehas had in contempla tion like a traveller through a winJing it not always in his immediate The regularity of his conduct that he always confiderecl hie pwn inteieSt and that of the public at one and the and that fee never pur Sued the latter without the llncereSl conviction that he thereby promoted the In my humble opinion it was not poffible for him to have acted upon more enlarged notwithstanding all tiiefe favcurahle there wilt be people malicious enough to attempt to give a different turn to his late con and to ufpeft that the articles his union with the of are little favourable to this The fame people endea vour ta trace him through his whole political
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