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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 24, 1766, London, Middlesex D N E S D A D E C E MB EH 24 v M A c K E PA R T re u L A K T tive KWGV THEATRE in the Saturday the ayth willbe performed iavcuritc Serious E Z I The Music compofed by feveral celebrated With new new and Pit 2nd Boxes to be put and no perfons to be admitted without whch will be deli vered ThatDay at the faid at half a guinea Firft Gallery Gallery By their MA JK S TIES Ke perfon whatsoever to be admitted behind the rior into Tixe Pit anrfBoxes will be opened at five To begin ft hsur after fix oclock Tthe LirrLfi THEATRS in tht HAXMAR pn Friday and Saturday the s6th and i7th of Signor PLACUDOS Com pany will exhibit VARIETY of KEW PERFORlVf Never by other Singing by Kevh and Vaulting on he flack rope In on the tight rope by Mis Matter Signor Signcra Signer and With feats never feenin Eng land variety of The moll furprizing and diverting performances on the Tight by the MONKEY he walks aiui the tKitmpcwith he and baknccs various ea the wife with and withbutthe pole ha vaults and turns the Katherihcwheel on lack rope to This ftrnmrif is fhe nioli of the kind ever haspiven general lotisfailion wherever he The whole to conclude with a by Myfs Boxes Pit Gallery floors to be opened at and begin at half 4n hour after fix V To prevent places to be taken at the OiSce of the horn nine to It is humbly requdted that the who take wijl fend their lervants by fife No money to be returned alter the cumin is drawn Signor Piacido tegs leave to inform In No bjuty that Ijis co being engaged to go to Paris OR the ox 15111 of January Wxt he for thelr accommodation and entertain to add to luVprefeiit performances a variety of entire new ngd curious S A L of I Now felling under priweCoft By order ot the and for tiip benefit of the creditors of lyif a ri as F at the and Nol near Bijhopf gateitreetj confuting of of flowered and plain and variety of half fillis ind grclt choice of black and Norwich Conntry ttioskeepers may likewjfe be plied with filks or ftum cpHfiderabiy under their ori ginal B Ibe of houfe to The many artful which have been made ufe of by a Few difappointed witb a to prevent the fale of the above having made it neceflary for Fofters Affignees to evince to the public tJe realty of this they do hereby that the fame confifts of the whole of FolVers amounting to according to tke vajaatipn laid J icre his creditors and the fame nctwitbftanding thofe aiStqally fetting under prime coftj and as the faid ftock is well known to hmVe been ma iiufacTtory 6fa great number of thecreditors of the Afllgnees hope there ii no necef iity ef of that fpecious pretence of hew ing the ladies the different branches of the manufac or any pretence more fully to convince them that the abovementioned goods are now for the benefit of the M B S I 0 Tbf beginning af next week be putiliflcdt LESSONS for the or Piano by JOHN BURTON 5 to prevent if thofe fiibfcribers whohavepiid their fubfcription will bs plaafed to tend their to the particular plaees where they whe ther ot the Author in Princes Cavendim or Wtlckers mufic earner of Ger or to oppo fiteBow they will receive their books and tha tubfcribers have not paid their money in upon paying baif a guinea a may have their bouks In the mean iub icnptions nre continued to be tiiken in aMhe above places as Evsry copy will be figned bythe authors N G ro N s u A L a A M ot LI K t o MARTHA widow of William late nephew and partner of Robert Tur and MARY and now of rhe laid inventor and af that tnolt exceKent called tyrtitigtoas Oriental of Life feg leave to in of and thepub c in that thuy curry on the as ufual old the near the Royal Exchange whare all persons may be of having the Oiiainal and Genuine Biliam of as together with the and have had the preparing of tha fame for feveral yesrs nor is any other psrfons acq ain ed therewith theref re the are dtfired to be careful that they have fha and of which is fold in botties at wrapped up in directions for taking f the fignecl the hand writing of the fiid Martha Wray and Mafy without which you may be they are n fi3 counterfei As Thomas Jackfon Son upon the death of Robeit they are becjme pof feifed vvitii the receipt for the above of Tiiisis K niLnn the chat the TurJiiigiron difpcfad of the receipt for miking the Liid to perfons to the above Wiay to whom he eft the trade by will i other pretended Bfilfajns of not the genuine tmtu fpuri Otis and bate conipofitioflj snti Hia be of the WOfft c it SikcLjj the npHE Salt T H B G A z E T T E A N D NswiitY ADVERTISER jointdtt tit war it t channels wbith it pajes lately bun tin means af dftmgib and tf ap many that it may bi firoptr to PUBLIC That far tht all aft hit kindYftntlo will bf inlertid in THIS PAPBR and ft IUCH INFLATIONS art properly attended ta by PAWMBRQBR BtrVtRS OF HAK fry robberies will ifcopt Jtiefiion lly fyKJOMs make ufe of the paper advertife their lofles i F I E L D I N day In Two Volumes price RECHEXCHE3 furlOrigioedeaDecouvertes at tribue aux On Tondemontre que nos phis celebres fhilofophet la ptupart de ConnoifTances dans Anciens pliifieurs verites importances fur la Religion ont etc connues dei Sages du Par D U T E N Sold by Paul fachig in the ffr ttsltfiers fated L tK and Governor cf and of con tab 3 and doorkeeper of the ctltle of ahd receiver of al ma arid 6tker revenues vithin the faid the room of Hans Efqj ias pleafed to grant unto TI ths offices of f Jof Jiifttce in of all andwarreas OB this fide in the room of Bight Jobn Lord d every ti f lofl orfounfi in the tfj are far immediate ti allJUvtr fefr bytbt printer fr i r y lTDap at neon nvill fe jice Twopence NcMB E R Of JASTINDIA OBSERVER Containing addreffsd to HKNRY VAN fcjf with fome few on his canduftl in Ludgate Where jiy had nil vhe fcrrner Kwmb Ibis The of the Firft and Second Vols of THISTCftY of from the Accelfion of Jams to the Elevation of the Houfe ot r By C A A R I N E MAC A U L E Printed and fold by bookteller tons in the Strand in PartMall iand Johrl in Lwdgaie Great Part of the Third Volume is piinted offi and will appetr vej y ea in enCuing B O O K AGENEiAL HIS F0R Y of containing an Aceoimr of the B nA N T s pf the and the TranfaStions in rom theEARLIEST V By THOMAS an T volumes large price four gwineit in There are not thirty left vnfild and not ene of thefniaKpaper if Said by next the Meufe maybe Cartes of voluihe the price The lame in final in price Hiftoria delle Guerre Civili di Francia di in two large fuuy and correctly fcinted ujon jine paper and price netiily bound two Sir mes Wares Hiitony and Anjiquhies of illuftrated witk cuts of aaCJent alfo the and in their proper a large Account of the Writecs of in twp fucU who were btjrfl tf or ofncts or had catien in it withan account of all the workstbey and large accounts of many of their Bevifedand many material continued to the beginning of the prefent by Walter Efqj ro foil price neatly or an Introduction to thif Aatiqui tjes of with xipwardsof views and with proper princi and antient dwellings in the county of Taken upon the fpotby Efq The fecond with additions by the in price bound cTb R R Ifc T LISTS for ANEW correfted to ths aid inttant and with and finely a more complete fift of the Indiahoufe and Bank than were ever before printed and feveral other considerable ad includihgabjveFOUR THOUSAND nsroet not in the other Tins Day is price and ittitb an THE ROYAL and IRKLAND containing both Houfesof Parliament in Great Britain and rirore correct than wereever printed be having been by feveral noble and Commoners of kingdoms arid ail aiicl revenue offices in Scot and corrected at the refpeCTive places the all with the iajl alterations and an cxaft lift of the Perrfioners uponthe Irifli eltablimment to the prefcnt Printed for Piccadilly Robinfan and Wilfon and and in Patcr nollerrow Law in Avemarialane oppolite Stationershail in Ludgate ftreet fuccefTor to Millar in the Strand and in Fleetltreef and Ri To the PRINTER of the Hare obfervjd that a fetter figned WT fertue hath made its appearance in as well rneft of the other public tending not only to refute the general received opinion of an sdliance between the twQ Earls of but endeavouring to imprefs a belief that the lategremt C guides ths helm of alone that his aHy not in the leaft in the A of pub lic aff Crddat Judeus txn before I reftgn my lielief to what Verve he muft convince my whichinilrufts me to think Appearances of tire ftrongeft nature juftify my ih i Have not all difttnguiftiot by parti cular marks of favour fince appointment of the prefent Hath not Stt Me been reftffred to his esuployment notNd been mmked with fpeeialgratt In ths late changes and difmVlTibns hath one of his friends been removed not the VAcascles occafioned by the late bten filled up principjDy with his crea tures A ppearances may but fa2h carry convic tion that the union fubfifb between thofe two Tlve ambition of the one Is gratified in being f upported as the apparent M bjc they well publiciDfluente of the other fend the could no where have found a target ample enbugh fo efcclualiy to Ffoih the of his They are in eifcecl btutd aid glow to each However alarming this coalition ought to be to all tfafe who duly the tftn pen and priKtiplts of tlie two iis not my in tention to piint out the dangers to be appre from tbat may be the inbjrft fu Itifs authenti what in more fdtisfaitory by his bare affertion invalidate the fafts f have before lie cnp acquire bLarroates to othenVjfe Ifh tute Age room w Robe t Efq of the dry of crrdwainer fcnd deafer to furreuder on and tli and of ac thret in af at Swales wineceilai in the William of the parifh of in the county of sfeakr iu cohee to Surrender the 5tfi and ytli of and 31 of Fe at three in the at the Nags in JoTepU of in the ot WeitrainfteT and to iprrender zfih and 6th of ai ten in and of at ievcnin the at WiHiavntJjnrrop the of the pnriih of the jioroiigh c f Soutlivvark in tlie county of to fuvrender on the and gift iftfLand jd of ten in the Harbin uf ihe in the county of to funemier ffrten ia the the lorliot and 3d at four Hi the at Days appointed fcr tanking the Dividends sf fjlates tu Timothy of the city of the at three in the at the coilco in Peter of in William of Holywell with the i6th of at tea in at the Crown Inn in John iiJIis and James of and Irifli the i7tlrot at four in the at Certificate s to be allayed to Butler theifhnduf Ant but nowof ahd partner with of Antigua on or btfore the ijth Qf January John Coliilon of Ely within the Ifle ci on or before UK i u of ja Nathan or late of Lan on or before the 13 hut m i i WiUiam of fercr aftdjictawtgrj on or before tU 13 of the F and and the name he w a for C O M M EN Letters Cjunvenieiiry Letter concerning the Old Ltftureon An A and t the Royal pivblic will be plesfcuto thatthe ROYAL KALE N is only book which contains fupporters to the and the ettabliftiments of Scotland and A CATALOGUE of feveral and of BOOKS t including the en tire LJBKAIUES of WILLIAM Efq JOHJ and GEORGE MACAU all lately decea The books forthe nioii part are in excellent and very well b Whxh will begin tobe ibid for ready money only the prices printed in the 1 his and continue on ale till ths ot By T H D A V I E In Co Gatalojees to be had price pf Brother at the Royal Exchange at Childs ccffeehoufe Fletcher and Pauls churchyard in Holborn Fleetftreet Hingef Templebar Becket and Du in the Strand j Sharing crofsj Pallraallj Shropfliire and Bond ftreet Piccadilly j Fletcher and Pi at Oxfoid j and Fletcher and zt Cam budge and at the phce of where the fuU vaJu 15 given for any library or of For the L OR P Chief juftice Coke cannot create any offence by his which was not an oifence that being to change the and thst vvliich cannot be pu niihtd without be pumftied with The King by make a thing which was permitted by law before j and this i well proved by the ancient and continual forativf all conclude AOAINST THE LAW AND CUSTOM OF ENGLAND J or AGAIKST LAWS Bat nilfiitiflmsnt wUs ever feen to AGAINST THE KINGS And Lord Chief jvtftke Hnbart Prd are fo his Lordfhip does not ad mit them legal even in tSft cale they art made FOR PCBUC r Yiflerjay arrived the mail from The Rufiian troops continuing in the Mimiieis of the and the remitted 011 rhe4th of Lift month to Prince de ijom a ikopo Tiiat the the repeated de 111 an 1 made at the Court ot by of ior tbe troops to retire from the territory ot fhe was in hopes at length to ieeji the thereof but a which the Kiihoo of Vilna hruh jult prefented to Ma ufficie tly proves tliat this hope was without jnafmuch as advice that another body ot thole vroops are approaching the environs of this canitl Hi coafequence of which they the faid charged to demand of the reafon why ikofetraops con duel them Tel ves in fo unfriendly a manner j and de fire that they may not only ceafe to give caufe of but alfo that they may i IK mediately eva cuate the domains of the We know not yet whether ths Arnbaflador has made any reply to the above memorial be that as it in all probability this reprefentation will be equally Mnny perfons are even of opinion that thefe troops wiii he flilovred by freih They found their on the tenour of the decree of the Dyet of the on theaf faiis of the Greeks and in behalf of the Emprefs interefts concert with three other refpeftable Stockholm Accord ingfo letters from Mar the banker an diinrgoni after demned to pafs the remainder of bis days in that for died fuddenly through extefs of From L O N P O N GA Z K T T The King been pleafftd te grant unto Grace jEIaciy Juke of the of of Oovemor and Captain rf the of plaif h ol lilt Frade as His Majeitv has pieaud ral Chief of hisMjjeltys to be of the in the loom of George now Sir Goigs It is now thar the Right Loid filling between the tvTo crow her Royal jlighuels die Princefs of the Marqui pf the Dutchsic of and Lady SufAu et out for his Grae the Puke of at for tha holidays Ystterday Efj ftt out from his hcufe in to makethfj of We hear ihp tbeionntels of Guild lay dangtroufly ill her feat at Waldtr fliire JD is now in a fair way of We hear 6ir Edmund who is fo as to be able to go into tlie countryfur the bsnefit of the An evening paper of bit night that the Right the KarlsofShelburne and Jgmont will ihortly be created j hd it not been for Grace the Duksof Loniter woulH not have accepted a wivich lie did in order to preferve as premier of his aiiCfft6rs having always had precedence as the moft antient Earls of thac his Graces fa ther being the nineteenth Eirl of Kildare in iuc It is foid thatfome men of war and frigates are foon to be fent out under a to on the coaft of in It is faid that the entire and charge of maintaining his Majettys hips of war on the kait India will be defrayed at the expence of the Letters from Paris thit it has been expedient to divuieHvfpanicla into go one at Cape the other Private letters from Leghorn mnti of Sardinian tioops would fami pearauce in the of in b ij qucnce of epuilic of fome recent engagements Genoa and Court of Tin Letters from Madrid thru tht King of Spain has caufed Jeiuits tu he aTreiled in that capital but that the is managed great The Queen George Pars is late ojriviu at Rotii The i homas and thi Bri Jonas from are both fafe arrived at The John and the Gideoa and Richard Lon are both fafe crrhvci at A letter from dated tc A perCon of who came from Carlills lat faatur that two officers who were in the hip with General palled there bit wetk in their way to aid gave the fallow ing account That a few they left tha friTh a ftenn and thi prwin1 they got f of the uiiors to hoift our and went into when thy every argu ment with the General and to induje them to leave tjie but wit hour efftit j and that aiter being at fea 36 tkey g5 iiuo a port co
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