Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser, December 22, 1766

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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 22, 1766, London, Middlesex f will anew Comic r t VO F I GLITJ O L The Mufic be admitted without wfccjf JBythjSir iNlAjifc STIES tb The parriculart enquire at the Fourttjn MU A btrpfichord to Si E Cadellt in the Rl ycjjin JVMJ tKe 1iaU S i A L LA P Pit JsuFirft Upper tfie Sh aid o w x l form of ST L Wow Selling under prime colt By Ofaiief Rndfor the benefit qf the clten at the Lamb Bifliopf ceafiitingof of tifiuets A fiowered and plain tabbies and and flowered with variety of hatf filkfr and choice of black i nny likewife plied with filks or ftutfs confidefttihr un4er their tin ginal B rhe tobe fetdl Tie many have been nude life by afew difapsoiated with a view toppeVent the falls of the a made it forjdfr to the pubHc tSs Jwalir dec thaf tie iairie o 10 v T Bolters amounting to near according to the vafaatkiu Itirtbe ftvrkbfbnding tknowniahkvfbeen the noa of the hope there is no necef pretence of mew f branchesoftfe rnanufac any ftfutepreteiice fully to them tnat the abovementioned goods are for the benefit of JT mr9 jvcnf HV nd hiiidfomely iii two HISTORY and ARifcimnTiES of the EX cS the of iiitwapWtoclM to from the Nofnvm conqaeft ihe KLmg jbh i j and fmn the OHofiihefciga to the end of ffX reign of rom To flfrhe ancient Dialotrue con afcribed tdGerva and apji iriertation concerhing the wm monly Rol of Regis t H O M A iSTMA U 0 X Efij r seMaieft T i PrmMtfor and at both ih 13Part ot this work be ften at the above requeft the favour of the names of gemlemeh who will ipkateto eucou this Royal atccountiqf the exhibiting theIwinemi i Englim at Printed forTJpvVttlUapij at Mitre in Speedily mil be irt to A ihort and modeft fjlg Hm of the at Prhtted for oppofite Bui in Piccadilly at in Jleetftreet j Paternofter at the aiid with ahtf a more jmj0 raiid BaoK thartrwere ever TBJQUS AND refpeciable najnes uot ia the of WARWICK A is at Theotre Royal in inteo fcr in v Paternspftertow Strand and B 6 O Pt X ACCOUNT the FIRST ef the and the Tranfaftions in rom the EARLIEST By THOMAS an In four volumes large price four guineas art not large and not of tbe fiiuitt paper is Sold next the Meule in Ca of volume the iiv6d The fame in price Htftoria deUe Guerre Cinii di Franciadi Hen rico in ns quarto beauti fully frirttd ufvnfife and a Reman Sir Jafte Vlfircs and of iliultrated wjrtk cuts of the and thdr proper With aJarge Account of jthe of in two fftch writers1 who born io that kingdom and fucffwho though en joye3 prbfcrnrentg or or had their edu in itj an actouHtiof all the works they and large accounts of many vf their Reviled aid many nuteria and to beginnirig of the prefent by cfji in price pranIntrodufitiontothe of upwards of views and princi and antient dwellings irfthe cnuriVybt Taken the fpicSt by Thorn Wngllti Efiji ftcohd byf in prkite ftoni Cond ucl oa fesof Parliament iniGieat been and of and cofi the and an exact lift of the eftabHlhuiept Pensioners Fruited for qppofite RpJVsnfqn and and in Pater Law in AvemariaJajie j Statioftershail in Ludgate ta Mtttar m Strand j in Fleetjtrte j and and Royal Exchan ge Thejwiblic wtill that th o4ly bowk which contain iri to the and the Scotland and it CATALOGUE of feVeral LIBRARIES and PARCELS of BOOKS j including the entire WILLIAM E JOHN and GEORGE MACAU all books for themoft part are inexcellent and very wall Which will begin to be fold for ready money only the cat This and continue on fale till the 15th of March T H In to be had price of Brother at the Royal Exchange j at Childtcoffeehoufe j Ftetcher and churebyard y Fleetftreetj Hingef Teonpiebar 5 Becket and Du in the tAj Charing crofs r PalUma y Shropibire and New Bond ftreet Piccadilly j Fletcher and at Oxford SJetcher at Cambridge and at the place of where the full valui is library or parcel of TURLINGTONS BALAAM of LIFE MARfHA widow of VVilliam late nephew and partner of Robert Tur and MAKY and now of the faid invjntox patentee of that molt excdlent called Turlingtons Original Balfam of Lift j beg leave to the Captains of and tie pub m that they carry on thebuiinefs as ufual at theold the near the Royal Exchange perfons may be affurcd of having the Original and Genuine Balfam of as as together with the laid Turlington and have had the preparing of the fame for feveral years nor is there any other perfons whatfeyer acquain ed therewith therefore thepubbc are defired tu becarefufthat they and Original BaUanvof which is fold in bottles at and wrapped up in diredions for taking of the feied with the hand writing of the ftja Martha Wraynd Mary without which you may be arc notorious Jickfon and Son advertifed upon Jiedjsth of Mr Robert they are lawfully become oof fefted with the receipt for making the above BaHara of This U to inform the chat the late Turlington never difpofed the receipt for laid any perfons wliai except to the above Wray and fu whom re left j be tradeby will afi other pretended of Life ire not the genuine but a fpuj i and may be of the worft i ti cihfidfejedaf i the oppofition to all your modern who are canttantiy tewing the public about the fjtins the of and tjift oiiddlingfort of clals of of the itlieif and pufillanimous of penfonii ilnecuresv teller fhipsr and jfoor iettled for hfe anb ifith jlbitK impfovemeiits and de on and a thoufandothar paifr too tedious to I iuvh variety of fenrjmtiits fuch nriaccountable thit I verify Gabriel the antohgfc en this am perfaiadcti would be rreaed in the ame Def pairing feeing a thorough refor mation in our political 1 take afblemii of allyour temporary correfpea Yittfm No yoilf with the of labourers inEnglands poli tical ten der Farewell Vff cf Eng lands gloryj behold a brother fcribbter to cfcw fte cud of wholelome chagrin and pcintment and declares his fixed resolution Be it therefore to all hk Brjtannic Ma jeflrys whether pr difper together with olevery from that and to little Tom of Grub ftjeeTThat late projeitqr arid have voluntarily and in of my own accord and mere free entei ed into the fervice of I here dedicate my future lucubrations to his Ex celency LeDucde and do promife to throw ftiylelf at his feet with humble fenfe of my net doubting to merit a reward adtquaeto the importance of In order to prove my I hall firft begin with the acquisition of the ijland of an of fifty times more value to the Crown of than all theiflands that Crown poTeffed and fmce the what a pradigy is a found ttcian here is more tflVntial fervict performed by a Jingle dam of than forty fail of the and twtnty thoufand in of a long But to the This T fpeak from ny own know ledge is a great deal ricJier than all iflands maica and Cuba exoepled put together in the Wtfl Ifiitj 5 abounds with every natural produc tion of the are mountains and hills are replete and quick with th4ir femimetals and minerals in abun dance i the by grounds fertile beyond bled likiwife with noble wbofe er outlets into particularly Cape on the north Domingo on the admit of any burden with exceed ing fafie and commodious harbours flielteredfrom J all winds and fafe riding in the j altnoft at aiy and both in and North mated for trade and irflo from ot a as froini from the The whdte ifiand inpplicd of of large fcai of ffiips of vyac of arty fuftic in abundanc fat and continent of North and South or hear tlie fame cl rnateiiin every enujl to the ifland of in point of rmd fype por in regard to in flioitj the poffeflloo of this famous ifatiJiatht in a few abundantly coinpeuate for Ittfis they fttffained in tUe fate it this to ad beyond anyJI With a little indilftryv aud ffagal nianage it will jft a condition to render the fituation td at an ap iii icinjty to the con tinent of ffiiv policy of njakifig a together with the accfrfi M f frintk inhabi tants from New ftonf a natural pecdKar to that to their form anI mode of eovrfn there is no doubt Of ffuir by everypoffible to elnigraut for if immediately indihe inhabitants tranfported to this there fcttltd on portions of of Jcven IiViU be bold to fuch an peo added to already nciw Would be fhe IilblJmeftftrcke of policy j that has happened lince the great Colberts On thefe which are and on the ftrongeft commercial this with future Be asit were in a center and yeiit for all of European oi larly gold and filksj cotton and linen ma withtheir 1 and a oheY art my fricutlsof ord their yrajrjnto New per the fmall moiety the ye now p j thanks to thoft who is mentiontue encreafe of their marint this nor on vhat terms and by whom tae will be rip plied with the of the Wett and llie a Jenlibfe CurrefponleittXf of pjOcluciiiff inore f will fay the now poifu4 by the and will the litter yurveiy good friends and alKeO in time of be lefs beiiefifed by of thofe various articles to all parts i f Cpmpaft intalnimg ore form a body i were efpeclaHy when oriecomnaOh alFefts the whole j pregntble therefore will of rtis ifl nd They may Jatigh and dry I the menacesor approach i wio may in a future 10 Hiturb tlieir repofe ai thole very of will foon dUcipined inttrnal capable of rJfcmof a beg leave to the former 6f Forte attacked pr Spanifh pnrt ofthis without the gift of I do air fair then of nithlit tfc lofs in this the whole of that jewelinthe Briift of that no At a future trouble the Gazetteer again on this I am ynfr cow Ignf 15 DANMONIL 3 Lttfffs Injured IT is ftrbngly reported that General Coiuvay will Ihertly refign hisofnce of Secretary of Sfate It is believed that Lord is to econij Conway as Secretary of State for the northern the Right Chares Townflieinl uil be ed Secretary fouthern department in the room of Lord And ihat Lord Noriii wsi be Chancellor of From the LONDON SU The been 1 unto Elqj commonly called Marquifsof and the heirs male of bodv lawfully the dignity of a of the king dom of Great by the uile and ttletf Sundridge of jn the county of Kent ami m default of llich to Fmerick Campbe Eq commonly LocCl Frederick brother to the John Campbell cotn monly culled Marquis of and the beri rraJ of Ins body in default of fach William brcthrr io the Jolm commonly cafW rf and heirs pwje of lawfalv be The King has prfar Patent to be urder the Seal of the kingdom ot JreLndfconraintne untotbe ;

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