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   Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 27, 1766, London, Middlesex                                S T U R D D E C fi M B E R 1766 AY M A R K E THEATRE in the HAY the will fee pwformed a new Comic B IJ 0 N A F I G L I U O L rfjfc by Signor Niccolo With new new and new Pitami BoxSfrto be pat and no perfont to be admitted without will be deli vered This Day at the faict at half a guinea Firft Gallery Second Gallery By their MA IB S porfoh whatfoevetto be admitted behind the hor into the Hie Galleries Pit ahdBoxes will be opened at five To bjgin at half an heur alter fix oclock Vivant Rex The ferious Opera of EZlOj which was to Bave beea performed obliged to be on account of the indifpofitiojv of and Graffi therefore there will be Tbis the alcovementioned Opera U U H L A N AT the THEATRE ROYAL in DRVRY THIS DAY wiilbe prefenfed The O U N T R Y The principal partj by Cau IVLirter Mifs and Mils With ah Addrefs to the by way of by the Country QJLJ E E N M A CO V E NT G A R D lT the THEATRE in COVENT THIS DAY will be prefented K I N G H E N R Y the F I F T The SMITH Archbifhop of Walker yburiger Cufhjng Weitmore Moms Ahderfon j Stephens j Pitt j To which will be The PROCESSION from the ABBEY at the COR O N A T I O With the Reprefentationof aridthe CEREMONY cf the AT JJJT i M THJBATkJTIa THIS the of Signer Company will exhibit VARIETY of NEW PIvRFQRM Never other Singing byJVli Keen Vaulting OH rope by Sign IT Dancing by MifrFerciand Tumbling by Signer and Signor Dancing on the tight rope by Mils Malter Srgnora SignorFercij and Sighor SJgndr Ferci will jump over agpne and takeoff and put his hat on the tightrope feveral never feen in Eng land anil variety of luw The moft furprizing anddiverting performances on the Wire and Tight Rope by the MONKEY he walks and dances on the tight rope with the peole he and balances various en the wire with and without the poie he vaults and turns the Katherinewheel on the rope to This animal is the molt aitonilhmg of the kind ever and has given general fatfcfacTion wherever has The whole to conclude with a byMrfs Ek Gallery The doors to be opened at fivei andbegm at half hour after Jix Vivant Rex To prevent places to be taken at the Office of tne from nine to It is humbly requeued tljat the who take will fend their by five No money to be returned after the curtain is drawn Signor Placido begs leave to inform the Ko that his company being engaged to go to Paris on the h or i5th Of January next he for their accommodation and entertain to add to his prefent performances a variety new curious 3A S A L S 1L K TOHN Weaver and at the J Widegate Spital takes this methoJ to acquaint his friends and the public in he has purchafed a large aftbrtment of mercery greatly under the ori ginal being the Itock of two weavers who have that j confiftinVof bro flowered and prain flowered and plain with choice of iilks black Norwich crapes and bom As thefe goods are intended to be fold for ready money they will be fold greatly under Country fhopkcepm may be likevvle fupplied with any of the above articles on the fame ot faihionable for the prcfent TURLINGTONS BALSAM of WR widow of Wifciam late nephew and partner of Robert Tur and MAKY and inventor and patentee ot that moti exceHent caiied Turlington s Original Balfam of Lift 5 beg leave to in form Captains of and thepuh lic iii that they on the bufmefs as ufual at the old the KingV xvhere all perfons maybe of having the Original and Genuine Balfam of as together with the faid Tu lington and have the preparing of the fame for feveiat years nur is there any peifons whatf ever ed thtrewith thtrer re tliepublx are deilred to be careful that they have the irue and Original lialfam vtliichis fld in bottles at 3 and wrapped in directions for taking of the figned with band writing of the f id Martha Wray and Mary without which you may be allured they are notorious As Thomas Jatkfon ard Son ivive adVc rtried upon the deatn of they are lawfully become fdLd with the receipt above JJalfam ol T liia t inform the that tlie late nivui difppfed of the receipt for rntkaig he aid to perfans to above Wray and to whom he will j fhtreiore all other pretetded Litst jjrsjjojti bin a Ipiui the vvnt ard i The SIXTH THIS AT a GREAT KOOM over EXETER A NEW SATYRICAL L E C T U R E on H EA R T Wirh alterationj and additions will be delivered By the A U T H O Pit Fiift Gallery Upper Gallery The doors to be opened at fix and to begin at feven Vivant Rex At thedefire of a number ot Ladies and the exhibition removed from Plaif to The entrance the great ttair cafe from This Day is In Tjpa price LETTREg BE MADAME DU Fecueillei par Madame Le Prince De Printed for oppofite in the Bookfeller to his Where may be hnd the following written by the fsme Magaziri des i Magazin des 4 Suite des Adqlefcentesi 3 3 voh Lett es dEmeraace a La Veuye ou Mimoires de Xa Mifle a Ladies z Inttruflibnr for Young avoK 4 Letters Emerance to a The tr Mem ires of Ba ronels of Thit put CATALOGUE o the Itbraries of the late John Efq Hugh Lewis Efq the an4 of the and of feveralother tions containing upwards of twenty thouand lumes of choice and cmious books in all branches ol and in excellent condition Amongft which are the Nizojii Cifierof z Suphani Gelheri f O L I Cartes Rapinand 5 S Cax tons 10 Dugdales 3 a Gifafons Britannia Ro maua Stowes of Lon dpa Stukelys Stonehengeand Uuivetfal 14 Tables Moiufaucons Antiqui tiesj 7 Sloanes a Nordens x Harriss z Hackluyts i Chambers and Supple 4 Poftlethwaytes 2 Bayles and Bio tz 7 MiUers Portuguefe and Diclionnairede 3 de et 8 de i de de 7 de de de 4 de Herbelot Du Frefne 6 Pitifci z Lf Hefychii a Sukte 3 Golii Somner Saxon Corpus a Homer 3 Poets Plato 3 com in corio 2 Thucydidis nut Jofephus Turn bull on Antient ii Cafes in Houie of M Romae Roy sliuinsof Woods Heads of Views of Nobleinens 4 The battleso by Le Giuitiniaii fine Medals of Lewis par a Imgu J wness by Vitruvios 3 Defgodetz Erafmi 11 8 many hundreds which will begin to be fold very January and continue on fale till all are At THOMAS Next in Catalogues to be with prices price at coffee churthyard j Temple bar 5 Ruffel Covent garden Wal Ch iringcrofs j Ridley jamessftreei Shropmre ami book New B nd ftroef of the bookfdlers at Ox ford and and at where may be the futi value for any library or parcel of Ibis Day is fries The whole to be illuitrated with one hundred and fifty reprc leu ting the varicjusin dcfcnbld in the courfe of the work i N u M B E R I of THE Complete DICTIONARY of ARTS and SCIENCES In whicti the whole circk of hu man lenrjnng is and the difficulties at tending the acquifition of every whether liberal or in the moft ealy and fa liar The and Critical by the TEMPLE HfiNRY Chaplain to the RightHonourable the Earl of The Anato and by THOMAS The Mathematicalby SAMUEL author of lin Intr6du6lion to the and Practice of And the other by feveral Gentle men particularly converfant in the arts or fciences they have undertaken to Printed for the Authors j and fold by Wilfon and in Pater nofterrow Fletcher and in Pauls yad at Ox ford i Paternpfterrjw Fletcher and at Cambridge i Smith and at Dublin and by allbooktetters in GreatBritain and Ireland v Where propofals This work will be printed lit on a fu perhne crown and new and will be comprized hi three large It will be completed in one hundred and hfty as as can be computed and if it ihould exceed that the proprietors hereby engage to deliver the overplus Kfr letters HUM ANOS and BARRISTER at RUST1CUS A and To the PRINTER of the the Great Commoner was lv fo much reviled accepting a fober and impartial men a little patience faid and judge of him by his future aclionsj his paft life been a feries of true he recovered the glory of bis and placed it in the higheft point of repuation why fliould we fuppofe he means to thiluftre of his former Thus they and have already proved bi Ihe Th bchaviourofthe newEart has aulWered in every tittle to the pi ofemons and actions of the The poor u ere oppreflecl and cried for the firit act of our patriot and of his friend the excellent was to relieve that and to prohibit the txportation com Thus have theyjcr ever endeared thefuffering poor to Woruld fhe gentle and innexorablt who pointed the Avord at the breads of the have td with equal readinefs to the cries of the in this byfinefs but will the legislature fuffsr its ac tions to be d by roprietcro ef a certain ftock Will of pariunv nt hear with patience the irdoient language of Stack jobbers or is the whole nation tobeviJ to Exchajjge alley or GarraWnys toffeebotife I ftiould expcdl that addrefles of thanks would be lent to ths patriot minifter from etfery county and borough Sri fot his confideration the and for having turnsd his to fueh a it as our eonquSlts in tne Eatf wiiidi may vent any farther from being laid on rhis I fliall expeft irjlruftions to memberx to fupporc hirti in and good work and I fb 11 doubftrdly hear that trrfi landed gentJerticrj are warm in the fame a proper i ftxewn againlt thofe who artVo bold as to arraign parliament becnuft fcjwlls inqueftion a coto rious A YE 0 A I for the fake of the hints will ba reprinted in every in Great Britain and that the tehole people will cry out againlt Stock Letters rttAveft A An Old To fhe PRJNriiR o the G A RE is no in tke ex tfept it be to that inrofrabe whichour the with Voltaire At their head take in real in order to make it conformable to iluir fantaitical notions of a regular I am always forry when I fee any ingenious countryman of my own inclining to efieem it worth his while to follow fo bad an I do not nuan to throw any oblique cenfure on anj funicular tyicittitn of any di but to condemn thoc in 1 who condeirend to work upon Frencn dcfums ar efpetiplly on Tubjecls taken from the lam CRITIQUE on ike Neiv Play of Charles ibs planned on tbt mochl the cfe French and afteA latelj at in Mils For the undoubted CURE of the SCURVY and ail arur ESSENCE of I hofe who are fo is 10 try will convinced that here exift in nature an eqyslly cuie for and sll fcorburic diforders From its uncommonly et gentle operation on ne i WJll not fuffer the Jealtinpuriiy to remain therein in the moft furprifing hecsuic infaJlible manner it fo as never to the deepeft leprofj and fcurvy thii liumin nature was everaftiifted terare old obftinae inflamma tions of the cutaneous complaints of every kind leaving the blood and the flcm as the healthieft new ban babe in the Any futher particulars if thought ue ceflsry may be and the advice of a fcilful without tht leaft additional by applyinganj forpnoon from 9 to to at his name upon hc door in Southampton Bloomibuij and where the Effence of Minerals is fold in of 6 wrapped in plain printed direftioni bytheau thois appomrKieirtjit is fold alfoat book on Ludgatehill and at ir parienct or cf the faLufJj Since the noble Earl has been heard openly declaring himfelf agninft the combinations and fac havs brought this country tpthebrinkof theicanceftovssf the factious have leagued together and threatened Co take the clofet itorm Lrut the patriot Karl told them ivouiJ fit his face cgainft the prcudefi of coutttrj thus at once defending the honour of the and protecting rlie people frcm their overbearing taflc Is this man a friend to his coij try or not Does he VJiueany perfonal danger or hatred to when it is to itand forth in defence cf our Liberties Who but af ter entering into the clafs ever retained the faiue affections for the people we that lie does adopt the prejudices of any order he tells nobility to its lace that it fti neither in fult the Crown nor opprefs the gentry and comrao nalty in purfuitofitsown iniwtlted But of all his aclions and fervices none have been to be blackened more than his prefenten deavours to obtain a revenue the public from lie found the people groaning under taxiiaml almoft incapable of bearing any new be Lund the country gentlemen and the landedintereit equally diftrefled he wimed to relieve at leaft not to add to their burthen he turned his eyes and a company exceeding wallowing in riches anl poflefled of a great pnrt of the dominions of the Mogul and he perceived that thofe leeches of the the ftock were availing themlelves of thefe prodigious He could not conceive by what right a fmgle fet of merchants were intitled to fuch immenfe while the of their fellow could not conceive that a charter could convert a trading company into con querors j and he very juftly thought that three mil lions a year were only extravagant but ought not to exempt the pofTilfors from contributing to the of theltateIf any other man tint the richer men the leis they ought to afliit tlieir let him Abfurd and as ir may to hold fuch it is held in To him at turning part of thefs three millions a yesr to Jie fervice of the is called private and the mo dell aflcrters of fich dodrine hope the nation will be their They nVter themfelves thatthe landed gentlemen will fit itill and let them engrofs fuch an aft onirtiing revenue they hope the farmer will be content to while they are mafters of tl e Indies in the mean time a fclieme planning lke a new SouthSea and will ruin all the otier public i rhis afluranceand ccnndence meefly to fe cure their own private cr to blacken the patriot it would beicH but wit unparallelled nndCedirion they have dared toatack the and call in qiieftion its It according to injullicein Tiliament to with Stock muft be facred and while every other defcription of men in the kingdom is taxed and hurthened for trie benefit of the Parlia ment has hitherto procfceded the utrcoit tempe The Charles fQ Dorothy Archbifliops by of F B L a Hununguonfbire and complains thrKth won the alFeflions and debauched his Dujrhy on promife of marriage had treacheronfly brcke his 1 word with and married the Princets tf He in to nxcite a re bellion in England He h encouraged in this rfo lution by his friend and affcoate whofe filler Charles had alfb The appiized of this names Montrofs to be his General to oypofe the Montrofs is at fir It overcome j by and the Royal party reduced to J But in the after LUIS i the Kings party is triumphant Act opens with a fuUiimeand pathetic n of a total ani decifivt ohtaiittd at by tlit army over CromwiU and tlie rebels Expreflls arrive with frefh circumflances f fiumph and confohtiorv every Thefcenislaid at and news is brought to Charles theit j Cromwell and Ireton are taken prifoncrs by Soon after an exprefs the that his army is making a triumph ant entry with1 thfir two prifoners in after the man ner of the antient Romans from Hydepark corner through Piccadilly and rrnt they wU i urn down and fo along Pallmall to the where they to confine the two Arch Rebels until their The Kin exprefies his and the valoxir of and his at beholding fo happy a period ro his troubles he behaves wirhgriat and preferveshis charaereriftic equanimity of on the cantfaryj is all bounds of fhe determines to enjd this triumphant fpecUcle from one cf the front windows of and infiCs ta the Kings accompanying Here begins a Hifht con jugal very delicately managed bv and very of bosh their At laft with fome and he takes poffefli on of one openfajb and the Queen In the wry the prifoneisanp ffing by Iambs Charlea indifcretely hL neck cut of his and the pullies breaking WKjorttcnaidy in that mo the upper Mi comes down with futh vehe that it cuts off the which falls Monroiss beholding this fatal and rleafes iheir They put Cromwells chains upon Jon and convey him to theTower Co be executed mhisftcad Cromwell is forced into the Palacand feluted Lord Protector is fcnt tg Francs The Princes get out ef the brick door thro igh the ftaMe and by means of private key of rhrunh GodolphJngardens and theragedy concludes n prpliocvby Arch biihyp Lauds thar not laft ubove at the tliat then the Kings iilue mail be and with a comment on the Gholts prophecy by way of rus by the ty Hw yoang J CONDUCT Though iatheforegoingjlory a devutiou from fiitf devution   

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