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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 20, 1766, London, Middlesex f H A V M A R COMMAND of their MAJESTIES A T in the HAY A THIS the aoth will be performed a The Music coaapofed by feveral celebrated 4 W ith new new Pit and tj bt put ao4 This at the faVd at half a FirA Gaflejy r Second Bytheir MA J E S Tit S pcrfon wbatfoever to admitted behind the nor Kite the Bhe Pit witt to opened at five To begin at half aft after fix oclock On Tourite ComieOpepa of LA for the kit time till after L A N AT THSATHB ROYAL in THIS DAY will be presented tbe E A R L of W AR The pfiasfoal parts by PtowdftjMf Piymi and Mrs With a PfcotoGtfE WHh HIGH L1FB BELOW i Boxes Fkft Upper U U V li 7s J G A K D fc AT the THEATRE in OoveaT THIS DAY will te prelented The B E GO A R s O P E R Beard 5 by Shuter 5 MeDurftail j Stephens ty Mils asd a Coiintry Dance by the in tlie An OCCASIONAL PiojtoeuE will be fpoken by Endof the LONDON by To which will be The ENGLISHMAN in Sir John Gib fon the Hoi torn Pitt Luanda withafong in characTer Mife With Minuet by and Mils Boxes Pit FirftGaU Upper for the boxes to be taken of at the T the TJWATRS tne oa the Company will exhibit AIBTY of Never attdftijtfed bjr Vaulting on the flack rope by Signer Dancing by Mifc Feniand Mift Taiublingby Signer and Signer Dancing tight by Mb Matter Stgnor Spiuacota will daace in atK boots on tignt With fattf never feen in Eog and Variety of new The mo ft furprizing and performances Wire antf Tight Rope by the MONKEY he walks and tight rope mth thcpeole i lie and various equilibres en the wire with aod without the polej lie and turns the rope to This aajmal is the moft attooifttrng the kind ever and bas given general wherever be has The whole to conclude wkft a hornpipe by Mfc Gallery The doors to be opened at and begin at half an bourafter fix Vjvant Rex To prewt to be taken at Office of the from nine to It is humbly requeftcd that the who take will fead their by five No money to be returned aftec the curtain is drawn 1 Signor Placido begs leave to inform the No iiiityi that his company being engaged to go to Paris on the or istn of January next be their accommodation and entertain to add to prefent a variety of entire new and curious and to per four times a Wednef ajad Fridays In the and imli be pMijbed in March and handfomely in two HISTORY and ANTIQUITIES of the EX Jt CHEQUER of the KINGS of in two periods to from the Norman conqnelt to the end of the reign of King 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 copy of the ancient Dialogue con cerning the generally afcribed to Gerva fius FwurieHfis j and a Djifertation concerning the liniaiT Great Roll of the com Qainto Regis T MAS M A D O Efq His lateJMaieftys Printed for at and at both in of this work may now be feen at the who requeft the favous of the names of thofe gentlemen who will pleafe to encou rage this A few espies will be printed a fine Royal NE VV BOOKS imported by VAILLANI in the de la pourTaniies a Etrennes pourTannee des Mouvemens pour IVniie 1767 Letties du Chevalier de la Suite du fur la a ii Ordonnance du concernant la pu 15 Mais Commentaire fur le Livre det Dstits de par De du Ctievalier de dun 3 Lsttris dAfp a en France en Navigations aux Terre a Effaii fsi vir a THiftoire de la Putretac By E R THIS O ajtii an M I S S I E E N I N And every except Ghrift mas Eve FndaWnd trtl fouther norice AT in wjii be delivered A NEW LECTURE on fi E A R T in Three Parts fly the A 0 T H O PART An Upright Royal Dfonned Agents A real Captains An Ufefers A A Frenchoians Pedants Hert Attorneys PART FEMALE A Tender A Stoney fcart A Good Terrfregahfs Giddy A Proud Nobble A Wavering An Old Maids A Co quettes and a Prudes PA R T A Faithful A Falfe ABeaus Heart Foxhtmters A Jealous Heart A 2ew tdent An Atheiits Ah Hypocrites Pious A PUylicians Quack5 and a Pit Firit Gallery Upper Gallery The djoors to be opened at half paft five and to begin at feven A S A L of Sv 1 L JOHN Weaver and at the Spital takes this method acquaint his friends aftd the pubUc in that he purcaafcd a large aflortment of mercery greatly undwthe being tbfcttock of two weavers who have declined that bufinefs coAfiittng of flowered andplairi witlj choice ilks and black an As tkefe are intended to be luM for ready mpuey they will be fold greatly witter winae hopkeepers may be likewrfe applied with any of the above on theTarae Great variety of fashionable for he prefent RECOMMENOJiD to the A Newinvented called SOYELAI NfiT which is much more any thing of the fame nature hitherto made infiik and and far preferable in fflat only to any other fpeeies of haff but even to many kindsoi all filk of double the by ippomtment of the at the mop of Bellamy and at the IndianQjjeea n 3 at Atwick and at New Boad Ireet at the corner of leetnVeet and at near Mar in the Borongiij and no where elfe in Fhe loweft price at a Each piece is itamped at the Soyelainet by the Kings A Tbis day is Efq HOgh Efq Lewis Efq tlie and of tie and of feveral other collec tions containing upwards of twenty rhoafand vo lumes of choice and curious books in all bnmchts of and in excellent condition Amongft which are the F O L I Cartes Rapinand 8 and Cax tons 10 Dugdales 3 2 Gibfons z Horfeleys Britannia Ro mana Stowes Survey of Lon Stukelys Stonehengeand Univerfal Blairs Antiqui 7 Sloanes a Norden a Harriss a Hackluyts Chambers and Supple 4 Poitlethwaytes Bayles and 7 Millers Poriuguefe and de 3 t de et 8 de de de 7 de de de Herbelot Nizolii Cicero Stephaiu 4 5 Geineri 4 Du Frefne 6 Pitifci a Hoffmanni Helychii 3 Golii Somner Saxon Corpus a Honjer Poeta Plato 3 com z Tbucydidis Jofephus Turnbull on Antient in Cafes in the Houie of i a Overbeke Roma Le RoysRuinsof Woods Meads of Vie ws of Noblemens 4 TlK battlesof by Le Giuitinian fine Midals of Lewis in par a laiga Joness Vitruvius 3 Defgodstz n With many hundreds which will begin to be fold very January and continue on fale till all are At THOMAS the Meufe in Catalogues to be hadj with prices price at Comiiill Childs coffee Pauls church yard Templebar Wal Charingcrofs Jamessftreet and book Nsw B nd ftreet of the bookfellen at Ox ford and and at the place of where may be the full value for any library or TO be and entered on A large and 4 large and convenient HOUSEa Warwick Enquire at To the L A D I E ASA L E of THE method of advertifing is become to com and generally with a view of impofing on the and under fpecies pretences of felling for benefit of creditors in have no con cern in fuch ales and buying the ttocks of and variety of fuch like to attract the attention of the and ruin the trader this advertifement is purpofely made to in Form the that BENJAMIN who has for thirteen years only EOT the mercers is refblved to retail his own manufac tory to the at the very fame low prices he al ways fold them to the and for which purpofe tie has This Day opened a oppo the London in BifhapfgateItreet where the and maydepend on having all my new Confifting flowered tabbies and plain ducapcs and on the fame lov Tis hoped the puMic will encourage this calculated fo mcch for their and to prevent the irapoution tlsey nave lb frequently met I have befides my which for the fake of ready money will be lold exceeding Royal and Peruvian dam black and Norwichcrapes j with a variety of other half Any hdy who is a may fee my manufactory of filks on the tpot The leale of my houfe in to ba fold or lett enquire at in ffreet JULLION begs leave to acquaint ihe No bility and that he carries an the of her late at her houfe in Coven ft the Haymarket and can allure them flie has now got a perfon who is qualified to tire fatiRFaition in the feveral of making and fetting artificial from one fmgle tooth to a whole and palate icaling clean fiftg the and every othr article concerning the mouth he executing the the plan of the Juliion and fhe hopesfor the continuance of their favours where may be had the excellent dentifrice and admirable tinclure for cleaning the teeth and A SALE of x Now felling coft By order 3 the and for the benefit of die creditors of James at the Lamb and SI Ui near Bilhopf confimngof A Large fortmm of lowered and jjlain tabbies and du capes j and with variety of half filks and Alib great choice of black and Norwich ftiopkeepers maylikewife be nip plied with fiiks or ftuffs under their ori ginal B The leafe of the houfe to be The many artful attempts wliich have been mace ufe by a few difappointed with a view sf thtf abcve made it for Folters AfSinees to the public the reality of this they do hereby that the lame confiits of the whole of Fetters amounting to near four thoufand according to the valuation laid be fore his creditors and the lame thofe actually felling under prime coil as the aid ftock is well known to have been the ma nufactory of a great number of the creditors of the Affignees hope there is no fity oi ule of that fpecujus pretence of hew ing ladies the different branches of the manufac or any other pretence more fully to convince them that the abovementionej goods are now felling for the benefit of the This Dal is pnct A SPEECH in Defence of the CONSTITU againft the SUSPEND1NG and DIS PKNS1NG ic is but forty days tyranny at the Per legem Printed for oppofite Burlingtonhoufe in Piccadilly j and fold by at in Fleetitreet in Paternolter and Rldiardton and at the Royal Of whommay be juft THE CONDUCT of the LA 1VE ADMINI STRATION EXAMINED contaLiing the letters of Sy Cy to the Grs in Anie i the anfwers the reprefcntations of the Board of Trade and an infinite number of other original Price in Ibis Dry price The SECOND EDITION of THE EARL of WARWICK A As it is performing at the Theatre Royal in Printed for in Co vent garden in Paternoiterrosv in in the Strand and near N E W IvI C S i This day is price as A Second Sett of the SONGS in LA BUONA Printed and old by facing Somerfet houfe in the Of whom may be the Songs in the Operas Gli and the Cunning Next miutb will be pu Neatly printed in one volume price bound AN ATTEMPT to explain the Words Ca tholic and mlax Expurgato To which is ibme micel laneous and on the fame By apREsBYTER of the CHURCH of Printed for 1 bis Jay an pten ueailj biuiid With an emblematical frcnti engraved byGrig from a beautiful drawing POEMS for YOUNG in three and The whole being a collection of the belt pieces in our Ian External graces all Their power is A well formd miad extends bids each leauty Printed for in Tha day is fublifadt prict Neatly printed in 4 a new be ing the ci nn HE JL Printed for Millar and in the Strand and Of whom may be Dic in price And an abridgement of the a pnce for tie letters figntd PHfLO MANUS QUBRE SAMUEL s on the Tragedy of the Earl of loft To the PRINTER of the i was fully fatisfied with the anfwer which I read in paper of the tith to the ano nymous reflexions on a late Mi yet as the priRters of other papers have had candour enough to repeat rbe and ingenuity enough to omit the I fhallnot delay the raunication of fuch remarks as I made with citin thepemfal of having no private and indeed none ar but ap pealing to noto rious fuels for the truth of my tfie words in italics ars riia the reft is to becon fidered as the The gentleman in queftion fays the accufer ivaj originally a he is known be defcended from an eld whig family remarkable for their zeal in defence of the revolu and for a ItritSl adherence to the upon which that revolution is a 7 an fwered in the preceding then a Deputy of tbt Scotch favourite He was and univerfaliy known to be becaufe he was not the Deputy of the Earl and for the part laid to have been taken by him fh the difniiffion of the Earls then a high Minijier Duringhis the word prerogative was never ufed by It feems refetved for the truly and patriotk re of the Earl of to defend the liberty of by alTejting the high prerogative doc trines of Hate and a difpenfing power be yond even tlve deiperite days of James the Let him JiJavaiv his oow arbitrary The late minilter will not probably difavow Ins govern among other becauie it was not in any inilance Let bim general warrantst cenfifs kotv raitcked hi in Jupfert ing He never iupported general aflerted that they were but that while the determination of them was pending in the courts of it was one Houfe of Parlia ment to coiue to any reloiution concerning tears the arJuirary Jet He never was mteefltry ia gree to any fine being iinpofed on on the contrary it is well thai when the cenfure of a certain Houfe was to be on a who bad very grtffly abufed and traduced he ftood up in his place to beg the primer and prevailed with tlie Hjufe to take no notice of die Lethimdijavovo thattvtlof pototr He has nothing to do either to avow or difavow having never had any intercourfe with him but what was merely Let bim acknoivkttge his nun Hungering flamp It is not probable that he will difownan In which there were no blun ders which was founded in principles of theftridlftft juftice both to GreatBritain and the It will be well for who pejfonal refent ments and on the repeal of that if they do not wifn to difavow the part they took in that Let read Ikt Conduct tbt late Adntinifiratitn w here every fatt is fully Hisinjulent treatmentojthemeribanU Afk the and they wi 1 UBanimoufly give the lye to this above all deplore blwy and ititlent attempts to enjlffut North He need not deplore contributed to furrender the rights of this country over fo extenfive a part of its Lit bim ac bis fervilily to France and Spain in the com pofition he made far the entertainment of the French pri foaerSi and in neglefiing to obtain the payment of the Ca nada Bills the Manilla The proceedings on the of Turks and the Muf queto demonftrate undeniably his fervility to France and Spain j thes money obtained for the maintenance of prifoners had this fingular circum ftance attending that it the enly fum ever acquired to the Bri Exchequer upon that and the meafure received theunanimous approba tion of the Commons The Canada Bills have been compromifed upon terms infi rior to thofe during the late were repeatedly as being an infuit on the honour of the nation to It is that as many inftances have been made of late for the payment of the Manilla as he continually repeated during his adminiftration However this may the fuccefs of the later appli cations has been exactly the lame with that of the and no degree of merit is therefore to be af or of to be in the one cafe any more than in tlie To the proposition of iffuing money from the Treafury foi tlie relief of the had I the honour of advifing he would moft certainly capital as the offence is plead guilty and let it be that that when which hsd encouraged and connived at colonial tu and which had rewarded thofe tumults with the relief fo refuted to the poor ftarving aatives of Great Britain a fum of money to alleviate their diftrefs The encourage ment they were fo expect was condign fpsedy With regard to the lighthoufe laid to be him under a bivowed charge is tot liy and entirely fdfa nofuch bten giitiud wr h Jdta 6 or j
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