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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 26, 1766, London, Middlesex H A V M A R E R T i c u L A THEATRE in the HAY it if AIJC A will be performed a favourite Serious E Z I Thr M u s compofed by feveral celebrated With new new and pit and to be put and no perfoni to be admitted without will be deli vered Tomorrow at the faid at half a guinea Firit Gallery Second Gallery By their M A JE S TI E S perfon whatfoever to be admitted behind the nor into the TAe Pit andBoxes will be opened at five To begin at half an after fix oclock Vivant Rex u k ir t N AT AT tbe THEATRE ROYAL in DRURY THIS DAY will be prefented ROME 0 and J U L T E Cautherley Palmer Fawcet Afckin Braniby Mn Packer 5 by Friar Havard Lady Berwiet Crofs j B A R R With the FuNBftAt The vocal parts by Vin Mifs Aft A Masquerade by and Signora With QJLT E E N M A Boxes Pit Firil Upper COV E N T G A R AT the THEATRE in COVENT will be prefented KING RICHARD the King King Gibfon Earl of Gardner of ttufil Davis N by Perry Beflnet AnderTon by Dyer Prince Mafter Besfordj Duke of Mifs Besford Loid by Buek Xieutenant of the Smithy Lady Vincent Dutchefs of Fer gufon To which will be PROCESSION from the ABBEY at the C O R O N A T I O With the Reprefentationof and the CEREMQNYof the jiV n oliir THBATRE in thu HAYMAR THIS DAY and the and ath Signet PLACIDOi Company will exhibit VARIETY of NEW Never Ijy other Singing by Mi and Vaulting ijathe flack rojje by Signor Dancing by Mm Ferci and Mift Tumbling by Signor Signor Dancing on the rope by Mifs Mafter Signor SJgoor and Signor With leveral feats never feen in Eng land and variety of new The moft furprizing and diverting performances en the Wire and Tight Rope by the MONKEY j he walks and dances on the tight rope with thepeoJe he balances various cquiFibres the wire with and wifhont the pole lie and turns the Katherinewheel on the flack to This animal moft attonifhing ef the kind ever and has given general fatisfeclion wherever lie has The whole to conclude wifh a hornpipe by Mifs Boxes Bit Gallery The doors to be opened at andbegin at half an hour after fix Vivant Rex To prevent places to be taken at the Oftice of tne from nine to Itis humbly that the who take will tend their fervants by five No money to be returned after the curtain is drawn Signor Placido begs leive to inform the No Gentry that his company being engaged to go to Paris onthe or ijth of January next he their accommodation and entertain to add to his prefent performances a variety of entire new and curious exhibit ion Tbij maniing price 6L Part among many other re markable thole of Jarie foi the niurder oFMary her ami Wik Ham Johnlon and William lor robbing Jarvis on the Kings THE Whole Proceedings on the Kings Commif fions of the Oyer and and Goal Delivery for the City of London and alfo the Goal Delivery for the Coxihtyof held at Jufticehall in the Old on Wednefday the Thurfdaynhe Friday the Siiirday af the of being the firft fefhons in the Mayoralty of Sir ROBERT Lord Mayor of the City oi Printed fof at the in Pauls There are a few copies printed on fine price V B A 17 M E V I maft excellent Remedy ever for X incident to the ftomach and bowels 5 all fcMbvjtic cokii hooping and eontoMioni female diforders the Fluor Albus the goutj and rheumatifm It has removed the gout io the when every other medicine The daily cmes performsd by it in the moft rfef perate ii beft tctirnony of itj and jrores to tMt no medicina ever yet difcsvered is fuch jenerol This mot adnrrabU family is fold by Pauij churchyard with goodftllDwance for cfcuritable and to in the in Cockfpur in Horborn RicharJfon ftnd at ihe Rpyal Exchange and in at Of whom may be Tine or outwardly excels all wthcr remedies fur gan A Fanxihlet of remarkable cures performed fey riigi p n stteftiid by pwfons of rank arJ A ve of the EffeAj of thii cine inEnpladjatteffed by perfons 6f of croni fcr hs The s TH IS AT a GREAT ROOM over EtfETER A NEW SATYRIGAL L E C Tjpr RE on With alterailUS and additions will be delivered By the A U T H O Pit Firft Gallery Upper Gallery is The doors to be opened at fix and to begin Vivant Rex At the defire of a number of Ladies and the exhibition is removed from Piaif tertfshall to the above The entrance is up the great ftair cafe from A J from the O L I C Salt ff T HE G A z T T E j N n ABTERTISER channels tltrrtgb vibieb it faffes hat latey biintht detecting fo many prehending many majbt ttgtve poatic Ibat jvt tii will in inferted in FAPEHI atvti IUCH IKFORMATIONS are properly atttntbd to fy SILVERSMlt STABLE BUYERS OF robbtritJ will tfcapt itittSitni if ALL FIRIQNS make yfeof the paper to their loffes P I E L fjr SOLUS MITHS thing left in tb by art for immediate dtfpatcb toailJUvtfr t bytbt printer 7omerrow wiU6e price The whole to be illuftrated with one hundra fifty copper reprefenting the variousin defcnbed in the of the work NUMBER of THE Complete DICTIONARY of ARTS SCIENCES In which the whofe circle of man learning is and the difficulties tending the acquisition of every whether Iiberj4 or y the inot and liar The an4 Critical by the TEMPLE HHNRIT Chaplain to the Right Honourabfif the Eail of The Aiiatow and THOMAS Tlie Mathematical by SAMUHL author Eafy Introduction to the Theory and Practice of Arid theother parts by Gentle men particularly converfant in the arts or they have undertaken to Printed for the Authors and fold by WiJfok and in Pater tioftc row j and in Pauls church yard at OxX ford j Paternoftervow i Fletcher Cambridge Smith arid Dublin and by all bookleUers in GreatBfitein Ireland Where prctpofalsmay be igj This work will be printed in otr a fovj crown and new and will be comprized fa three large vol u nies i It will be compteted in one hundred and as near as can be computed and if it fhould exceed that the proprietors hereby eggage to deliver the overplus This Day it price DE MADAME DU recueillea par Le Prince De Beau Printed for oppofite in the Bookfeller to his Where may be liad the following written by the fame Magazin des Magazin des 4 des 3 3 dEmerance La Veuve ou Meoioiws de La Barronne De ti MiiFes a Ladies 4 Inltruftions for Young Letters from Emerance to The Virtuous or Memoires of theBa roneis of G rON iiALSAMoi MARTHA WR widow of William late nephew and partner of Robert Tur and MARY and now of the faid inventor and patentee of that molt excellent called Turlington r Original Balfam of Lift j beg in form tbe Captains of and the pub lic in that they carry on the bufmefs as ufual at theold near the Royai Exchange where all perfons may be afjured of having the Original and Genuine Balfam of as as together with the aid Turlington and had the preparing of the feme for feveral years nor is there any other perfont whatfoever acquainted therewith therefore the public are defired to be careful that they have the True and Original Balfam of which is fold in bottles at 6d and wrapped up in directions for taking of the figned with the band writing of the feid Martha Wray and Mary without which you may be affiared they are notorious As Thomas Jackfon and Son have advertifed upon the death of Robert they are lawfully become pof feffed with the receipt for making the above Balfam of This is to inform the that the late Turlington never difpofed of the receipt for making the faid to any perfons except to the Wrayand to whom he left the by v Jh therefore all other pretended Balfams of a rot the genuine but a fpuri ous and baie aad may be of the worft a t k e Another Cafe of a moft celebrsted Mcthri The ESSEN C E r OBERT in M from motives of the moft R Scurvy cured by the red si K R A L S to the Ion of his makes this public tint eight years old was aftiided wJth fuch eruptions from his birth as icarce to leave all over His head was almuit always an entire i1 under which there was a great quantityof corrupted attended with the moft offeniive imcll i o the boy hd taken feveral but all wthout effert at Turner was recommended to a trial ef the Eflence of and by that time the chfld hsd taken a bottle ard an the matter ceafed ihe naufeous was die erupiians the whoe came away in a fort of dry and his ilcin is now perfectly Aiietber child of ill net fo bad as the other of the fame has been entirely oured alfo by the fame fram whence Turner is juftly led to that the Ef feues of Minerals it as great a purifier as ifjiot a greater than anymedicine hitherto ROBERT a precaution againft a return if the the pr needlefs the children continued the medi cine forrte after all appearances of the dilbrder Any further particulari if thought neceflary may be and the advice of a flcilful furgeon without applying any from nine to at his his upon ths in and where the Eflenee of Minerals is fold in bottles of wrap ped in pliin printed directions by the authors ap it is foHlby Vernor bookfel on LudgatehJI and at in 1he EDITOR of tlie ROYAL KALENDAR re nirns his niofthmnble and hearty thanks to the Pub for the kind and generous encouragement which that book has already met with j and begs leave to aflvre that as it is the moft no pains or expencfr th ill ever be pared to keep it the moft CORRECT bjok of the Notices of any alte rations will always be very gratefully CORRECT LISTS for A NEW corrected to the zad inltant 5 and with and finely engraved containing alfo a more complete Hft of the Indiahoufe ana Bahk than were ever befprejprinted j and feveral other confiderable ad ditionsand includingaboveFOUR THOUSAND refpefilable names not in the other Day is price and vjitj an THE ROYAL for and IRELAND containing both Houfesof Parliament in Great Britain and infinitely more correft than were ever printed be having been eximinedby feveral noble and Commoners of both kingdoms 5 all and revenue offices in Scot and corrected at tke refpeclive places the all with the Jaft alterations j and an exact lift of the Penfioners upon the Iiilh eftablifiiment to the preisnt Printed for oppofite Burlington Piccadilly Romnfon and Willon and and in Pater nQfterrow in Avemarialane epgofite Stationershall j in Ludgate ftteet fucceffor to MSHar in the Strarul and in Flectltreet and Ri and at the Royal The public will be pleafed to that the L KALENDAR is the only book which contains lupporters to the and the of Seotiand and and To the PRINTER of the H AT was fo ynae countable a race of aa the fi good will be readil J granted by every who as considered their temper and from or gentlemen of the faculty U poft T for fome time I appeal to the whether ever a child longed for a plaything a more eager than this fame good people of England longed for the ill uftrious patriot William Pitt the whole world is now witnefs with what ftiamelefs inconftascy they defire to get rid of Some cry 011 that he has accepted a a pen and a peerage j that his character is therefore changed j and that he has betrayed the nation 5 but this is an objeclion fit only to iflue from the fhop of Sedition in and te pafs to the confump tion of ihe Weft Nothing is more evident than that Pitt and Lord Chatham are as identi cally fame as they are identically the fams msiv In has Lord Chatham belied the expectations which public had from Let us examine what expeftations were j anfl being wefeall be the better able to judge whether he has fulfilled them or Amohgft the thouftnds and tens of tuoulands who called out fo loudly for Lord Chatham to take the whole adminiftration into his own I do not remember that any one perfon had any one fpecific hope of any ope great national purpofe which he was to The hope formed of him like his ge and No one flattered himfelf that under him we mould feea re v i val or extrnfion of commerce no onethought fa meanly of him as to imagine that he would attend to the improvement or encouragement of manufac tures plans for the internal police and good govern of the country were not expeited froux hisex airtd genius the improvement or well ordering of the finances was a drudgery that no how ever dreamed he would condefcend to indecdhe had fo often declared his ignorance and contempt for all thefe trifling that whoever had entertained fuch rnult have been actually mad but fuch a madman was found in this What then was expected It is a captious and in vidious and hardly deferves an anfwer but I will given the fame which all his true admirers gave Every If that does not conHnt I know not how to content them I can add nothing to except I were to that perhaps anil one only expec which came any thing near to was and that A Whether that expectation will be I am not wife enough to We may be blefied with when we leaft expeft efpecially if thii great man fhould conde fcend fo allure that which he formerly caUCi only armtdlrfat WH moil irnrnoveable If a iuiernn gyric upon that hajlpy event fhoiildbs livered by a perfon diSingviilhtd Uv marks of his favour and if every tinguilhed by juft in the prppoitiou in he has fliewti his Zealand abilit in defending runt glorious This is the irregular STIU daring manner by TUe hopes of the people then within a Lou imply ancV lolely Lord Chatham fhoulci W Mtnilter Be fatisfied then you pexpejuaji gVuftiblers theMi nifter you wilbed for is given to and in you for is he to that he fhouid be aiiibiute and merely pleafe though in direft known Jiiteknefs and humility of h is he to be abfol i It is Unhappy for that whether from a complication of or fixrn mershumnrtin Jrmity he is not to fill aj1 he oflicss of ftate himfelf j but for poof old Eng he is not ciMe to diffuie as extenfively ae we it became then indifpeafinly that all offices be filled by men of nundi and attachment to an honourable nre all mortal enemies to pafllve and an implicit faith men there fore poffrfTed of any of were utterly unfit forj and entirely with the fchemc which he had at your ear nft for be ing thtfole But if he been h as to fitKl who a proper dociHty uul by having gone through alltiie rough woikofLord Gsspatuotic we hall want very little then to rendtr us a harny We hall then have bofmefs st is not our part to care what that bufiuefs carried on with We hall have energy reitorecl to govern ment why fiioud we enquiie what fort of govern ment it is and without minding upon what prin j ciples connexions are inade we mall fes an end put i to all proud this great perforiage incompliance with the ilefires of the to which he ovres o confer the office of Receiver of the Landtax on the Chamberlain of we ft ill have no thing to but every one to fit down under vine and fig andenj y his hare of the national T R A N QJT I L L U To the PRINTER of the APortuguefe at the Welt end of the rowri hits ben mightily nettled at n certain pamphlet which has lately appeircd nbout the Partuguefe The gentleman can birdly iep of nights for the concern it gives Proud of the office 1 s holds under the Prince and Family in that he bulily eminent in order to awe ihen into his pjfty a gajnftthe Englih autliorof thofe tlioughts on Por as if this nation to be brinled iq their great refpefling the freedom of the by foreign defpotifm If that pamphlet contained net it could not gall and truth every Engliffrnan knows is not to be concealed from the public nr are to ba Toy fuch bugbcxrs n mini Serial applica imparting to Eiivjhird what England hag htand an intereft to concern our eneltties take in behalf of tne demon ftrates his cauTe to be hoftile to England and e have already by fntal that tne more complaifant we arc to the greater fubmiflion to injuftice is of We hava already too often Celt Mi t acls of generofuy on our part always proJuceN MI of oppreflion from the Court of Our commerce in Portugal is in fuch a fi that we have nothing further to and nothing further to expecYfrom that The views wf our merchants mult be turned if their fel low fubjefts Britain apprdjend their griefs not worthy Its on only that lifhmen rely for relief Ami in the mean rime I mult that this complaint of the Port guefo to our Minifters comes with the word grac the world from all perfons were very lately invited to fyeak their thoughts of the Enelifh and propole the methodsmolt proper to annihilate Whatever it may be in defpctic it is aj yet no rule in that when the Miniitry any affair under their all the reft uf members of the coaiiiiuniry mult he filent on that Whatever may be the unhappy cafe of our we have as yet a right tr fpeak our minds ir any affair the public 5 and fliall I be f to for that happy as not to make ufe of every eppertuniry for elucidating fadfs re lative to public anJ placing them in a pro per that our Minifters may not err for want of information and that all of us being proprrly inftrufted in the whole may jjiu hear and hand with in profectitine the in terefts of our or be enabled from perfect to cenfure the fervants of the nation with we any occafion to anger of Portugal Or can any cau be why thenation mould not beapprifed i it hath broke all her treaties if fhe j done fo And if fhe hath ourprefs isod her envy maj vindicate her 1 bar in the No Miniftry ever attempted to flop the or even to intrude Uie fed1 except where they fufpefted that I could not irand a public ainmadverfijn this cafe cannot happen under this patriot atteonpti to vblife to nmft
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