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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 23, 1766, London, Middlesex 1766 MAIK LA B U O IV Mwfe A 16 L I iTo L Sigsof Nicolb j R 0 A t A T JIOYAL PUBLIC notice is hereby git ao of wy and chairs of qualities aud aMved in town fKaa Woodmans carpet manufactory at tobe dif pofed of at irioderate pricfcf by Luck at hiscafbet war London the carpets aceofihe cheapeftfartj of per uare cheap aftd greatly in and Tte asd T may made aid dimeftfioiftj by rheir orders tMr or to Mr Vfoodintii ajTffteterV aiid ijiay de perid onafaifbfqt exception ef the HE C K The or CO V EH T G E D E tbe TWKATRjE TtaTS N C 6 N S T A N to Win Young SmftbY Old by Shuter Captain Woodward 5 fowtoer Stephens t Alift To Which wU be The C I T 1 2 E Phil by Shuter i Young Fkft for to UtHwo m oa fridw and Saturday the Signer PL Com Never aWemoted other Singing by Mi Keen and Vaulting on theflwfc rope fry Dancing by Mtfritrctand cSwT by Sigaor Pedra Dancing rope by ftfOt SieMtf Sieaora Sigaor and Signop WiA nearer feep irt land variety of be waliu rquitibrMw ilte wire with and without the and the KMhmnewheetouibcfiadt rope to Thii animal it the moft aitaaiAiing the kiftd ever and faai given gtnerml wherever bat wboie to concluJe with a valjiabe JBoox includlofrtfce of ieverai per laitdy of tteoioa Royal Paper uperbly in and Ruflia leather j containing feveral theufand in ail and branches of in various and nhe femangft which Taable collection of which Will feeginto be the losreft price printed in the This and continue By WIL LI AM Qpjjofitf in Of the full value iii money forany library or pan 1 of Catalogues to bg had at the pjace ot C ATA LOGtfE ofthe librari s of the late John Efqj Hugh Lewis Efq the of the and of feveral other icpiiecw ttossi cootainipg up of twenty thoyisuid vo taries of choice and carious in all branches of and in excellent condition Atnongft which are the Cartes R4pin and 5 Rufh S aud Cax Rimers Dugdales 3 Gibfons a Horjfeleys Britannia Ko mana Stowed Survey of Lon Stakelys Homer ft Universal 14 j Steph Montfaucans Sntiqoi Plato 3 com Corio Sloanes t Nordens t ThuCvdidis Gallery The doors to be opened at andbegin at half anbour fix Vivaht Rex k To prevent places to be taken at sthe Office ef the from nine to Itii requeued the who wttl fend tftelr fervants by five No money to be returned after the curtain is Signer lacido begs leave to inform trreNo that his company being engaged to to Paris on the ijtb of Januaty next for their accommcilation and enteatain to add to his prefent performances a variety rf entire new and curious 7 IkuDeautubRjkedtprict SPEECH ia Defence the CONSTITU aeainft the SUSPENDING and DIS KKSJNG It is but forty days tyranny at the CJcero 1 Stepham 4 5 Con Gefheri 4 t Du Frefne Pitifci Lex icy z Hoffmanni 4ti Heychii Suidae 3 Golii Somner Saxon S L K 7 under prime egft By order and for the benefit of the creditors bjf James at the Lamb near Bilhogf of and plain tabhies and du capes ajid A with ef half arjd Alfa great choice rf black and Norwich may likewife bfeiup pjieymth fiks or ituffs under tfieir ori B Jhe Jeaie of thehoufe ib be artful have been hy a few difappoiuted with a enrrhf 0f the above having jt nectfflary for Foiters to evince to rfte pinblicthe of this they do hereby Tlhat the confiits of the whole of amounting to near tour to the valiutipn laid be rbrsJjfevcreditprs the fame notwithstanding aftgally felling under prime coft and ftuclc is known have been the raa great of creditors of the liope there is nonecef riiat pretence of fliew jes fi0ertnt btaneiies of the nianufac or afty pretence more fully to ce tbnt aboveiuentioneA goods are hay filing for t tie benefit of the nton wili be Twopence MUM B E R Of B A S TI N D I A O B S E RVE a letter aHdrdTcd to HENRY VAN Vntb fome few aniraadverfions on in nvvy be the former Numb January n will be III Two price us CO M E D I Q E P L A U T U familiar frO E LtT 7 H Q K N T Pliutus H QijQ pafto partes Prwted Becketand D in the Strand Cogent earden and Davis j at cocnw of Sictafille Wlrere be hdj COLMANS Peruke and j AN OLD Makers both But if a Scotch Peers Udeff fen it creaiid lim Peer in the life timC his the farhefs Scotch title doct able htm from ftttiftgad aa bccaofelie was fo before he was a Scotcfc cheat Paul Efq lajfe IJepilty Mafttr of the is appointed Secretary toLcfdJebffitKtefj as Joint maSer Genera jofeph Shrpi Efqj of apf cnYrted SscretAry to Among thenew Peeji to af er are Sir jdmet Grejif Bitmjieliii Sir and fofj MkthucmEiq The Iudden creation of tlie Kfartjtifo ofL6rni Etighjb was owing to his fa thf Dukey being in a bad itate of health when had death happened by the Union he could hafa Theiioufe of Efq in the is engaged hy the Laid which makesit imagined hisi will rellde on than waVtlie cuftom 6i formf LorJ k N D O This morning the Lirds Cora mi Ijoners of the ct 1 rack will meet will take his feat as tint Saturday the Duke of Nortluinibeilomi airivtd at from arrived in the Right1 Lord Frinted for At oppofite BurtingtbnhouA in Piccadilly and fold fay at inFleetftreet inPaternofbr JUchardfon and at the Royal Of whom raay be juft THE CONDUCT of tbi EX AMI MED containing the tjf y to in Ame rica aofwers the reprefeatatiohs ef the Board of Trade and an infiiiite nujftberef ptber migind Price in C ORRECT IS T A NEW correfteil to the wd and with and mott Maeliengraved containing aUb a more Ijtt of the JMivhoufe and Brtk were ever before printed aad feveral othereonfiOerable ad a Chambers and Supple 4 ami Biu 11 7 Mifcrs Portuguefe and Diclionnaire de i de et 8 de i i de j de de deHerbelot Antjent in Cafes in the rfoule of it Overbeke Romse Le RoysKuinsof Woods Heads of Vie wstifNoblemens 4 i by Le Giuitinian Medals of in M par Inigojwnss by Vitruvius 3 Defgodetz 1 LICJI iii ciuutiUf ctii jyc r rHOUSAND refpeftable namet not in the other f will be frict boundt TH5 ROYAL KALENDACfor and IRELANB both Houfesof Parliament in Great Britain and infinitely more correct thani were ever printed be having feveral noSle Lord s Aid Commoiitrsof hoih kingdoms j the ftare and offices in Scdt ejrreihdai the refpeetive pjaces the all with the laft alterations antl an exact IjiL the Peufiooers upon the Iiifh to the prelent for opposite Robnron and aud and in Pater ii Ave maria hoe Staftenersha 1 v JnLudgate Jfttet I i M 4U to Mr Millar in the in JFisetUreet and J4i Wili be that istlre i wily biok which contains She aud the etta liJh nents of DiccionarJoCaltellanaj6 Erafrai n Waltoni 8 With hundreds which will begin tooe fold very January and continue on fale till all are At Next the Meufe Catalogues to be with prices price at Brothert Childs coffee Pauls church yard Temple bar Ruflel Covent garden Wal terj Charingcrofs Jamessftreer i Shruplhjre and New Bond ilreet of thebookfelleri at Ox ferd and at the place of whtsre may be the full value for any libraty or parcel of vr TURLINGTONS MAR THA widow of William late nephew and partner of Robert Tur and MARY and faid invntor and patentee of that mot excellent called Original Balfcim of Lift beg leave to in form the Captains of and ttte pub lic in that they c riy on the bufinefs as ufital at the old near the Royaf Exchange i wheive aU ptrfons may B aflqred having the Original aud Genuine Balfam of as togf ther with the laid Turlington and have had the preparing of the fame for feveral nor is thers any other perfons whatfoever tKecewnhj re the public are detired to be careful that they have the True and Original Balfam of which is fold in bottles at wrapped up in directions for taking of the with the hand writing of the Martha vyray and Mary without which you may be afiured they are notorious As Thomas Jackfyn and Son have ddveivifed the deatn of Robert they are become pof felfed with the receipt for making the above SaVfain of This is to inform the hat the late Turlington difpjffd of the receipt for making the faid to any perfons except to the above WVay and whom left the trade by will j thcreforeall other pretemled balfams pf Lite are not thejfenumt but H fpui i and bafe and may be of the went conffguenccj tbe POINTER of the AVING oblerved a lifter in your f Monday 10 giving ad vice to ro guard againft the the fawning irtjuppprtabje lence of particular rreople in his who characters were only to be def ribed by of Captain Parolles and Count ffall take the from the fame motives which aftaated that to r a few more hints on the fjinie Whoever is in any high will at all times it indifpenfably have thole him who will occafionaliy furnifh Him witlia faithful information of men and that he may on hand have it in his reward and at tfie fante time to infamy and negleft while on the he may receive fuch intimations and infti as will en able him to acqviit himfelf with propriety ami decorum in his rtfpedtive clepart The acquiring of fuch people muft in a great mea fure dtpend upon his pwn knowledge of as the of others is feidom Tfajsy rnxilt be men of a found of a quick and of unblemiihetl reputation liiw integrity mult be inflexible to all partial in of friend or foe and that prin ciple mnft be enforced by this That If ever tliey be detected in mifleading thty mail pay the forfeit of all confidence in But frequently gives a and aflumes a to mould the acaount given be sftefting 10the chai after of a particular parfoiij him thereupon fend for that arid inform him of thematter with which he is and direct him to give an anfwer in writing at an ap pointed And in order to guard more effec tually againft combination and let him whatever point he mall want to be informed of a matter of the greateft fecrecy to the whole of thore about never letting the one know what the otheris engaged in by which means each will feek to his credit upon the truth of his in forma left another Ihouid lupplant him by giving a were a perfon in high office only to confi how much his own character and fuppoled dif poiltion u dlablifhed and made manifest by that of thofe ahput he would quickly that he could he too nice in his choice of them j for the worldwill ever jtiftty conclude what the man by the reflecting turn of thofe his their manner tueonly mirror to the mailer C A T rteei jed The Veteran Smug Ketaie of the EaJWndia Old Com James and at their houfeiiiPrivygnr LordEdward Bentinck fet out for in to bs f r that m the room of Thomas Yelterday arrived the mails France and Flan btrt Invught nothing It is th il the Court of Portugal hath con on terrain to the an factory in one of the ports ef Brfzil and that a Vtfiybendicial plane commerce to that king and is at prefent under thecon fideration of our We hear that laft week the Prufllan received three different packers fi001 I which OQcafioned divers conferences between hisExcellency and tlve Secretaries fcf An amnefty has been order of liis PuifliaA for all dcfentrs to join their re fpditjve ExtraS j letter from Dam w It is by accounts laft arrived from that moft of the chief Maroon llavefs having been her or and Buffered exemplary the reft had been either recovered by the or with inty the mountaiMs and that their was now very alfo there ful TtiKda very good UndftftandJBg between the old and new which had ftnd that it xvis the rtewaffmbiy would givegeneraJfjtUfac by a zealous concuiriftcs with chss of to good and laws f jr ths andadvaiuagi of the They write from that two of Paclis principal officers had been on the iifcqvery f t n fr l ot thtir fecretly carrying on a tieaipnable correl IN IELLIGENCE for the GAZE T Y the union of the kingdoms of England and O no Scotch created an Englifii one alttr hat was to Ct in theHoufe of Lords whole body of Scotch were to elect idoftlicir number to reprefent with Scotct were likewife EngKfti befoe that were thought equal to the weight they ought to have in the Uoule of Lords and two noMe excluded at day on that ac pondtnce with the They advile that a very briflc trade is now carried on from that by land and water to on the rivsr chfly conducted by Engifh By a gentleman arrived in from Cherburgh wears that the Englilh fmugglers ae well paid for carrying over lor Hie ufe of the woollen manufadtures in Franct where thsre was a very great demand for The from laft from onthe4ih the from Ipfspf her foremafthead and the Ifrtvn frtt T c iu for at with the lofs of her bowfpriti the two laft mentioned failed with the above Wheeler the It is faidthat Geoige of Iltfton is to fucced tfife deceafed George Efqj as of liis Majeltys Coin million ers of YefterdayJbefng the annual election of Ward mote officers rbr ihis William wine Imerchant in Thomas We an eminent in chofen forLangbourne in the ef Thomas elected Al derman of Alderfgate and Cheap a pew in HiePoultry was onirof the Cpm room of Deputy John Efqj who In Webu was chofen one of the Common in the room of Deputy Baul confidently of that a gentleman in the who hssmadefe veial uieful difccveries io the mfiditinal among found method of correcting the acrid numour in io as to render them cura ble iivafliortfpace of The which lias been feme time rebuilding at Hampton is now compleated upon an en lire new and in a mod For beauty and ftrength it may claim the preference of every bridge over the whofe piers are not iff and does very grear credit to the arciii Fuller We hear that the exhibition of ilit Letturt ox HearU which has been honoured with the entire approba tion of four different at PiailrerersHali is poitponed for a few to time for making lome alterati ami which have been re commended byfeveral very judicious aud refpeftable A letter from Wales informs us of a great inun dation of the Ufk the amr of November by which valt numbers oi cattle ot Ibcks ot hay and ricks of corn were waflied ami veral farmers thereby utterly the waters wexe up to kojies of the At New in Cardigan the biidge and three or four houfes were entirely June a poor years of of Oakingham in who had been wuh the iiwe thirty on the ad day of by urine without any phynqd application ever a ftuae mrge a hens which weighed ntat a ef a flls
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