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   Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 29, 1766, London, Middlesex                                tief nd MONO A E C E M B K D R U Y L A N AT the THEATRE ROVAL in THIS BAY will be prefented The EARL The prineipalparts by Mifs and a PROLOGUE and With thfc MUSICAL Boxes Pit Firft Upper for the boxes to be taken of al the CUV ii N X A K D ifi AT the THEATRE in COYEST THIS DAY will be The SECOND PART of KING HpNNKY the With the Hiuaours of Sir JOHN King Prince of Rofs j Prince John of Davis Mortis HaftingSj Bennetj biihopof Clarke j Lord Mozeenj Smith j by TtfnfitonVLord Chief Anderfon Muitlen 5 Gardner MMerry Juftice Lewis Pitt Doll by Gardner Sir To which will be The PROCESSION from the ABBEY the With the Reprefentationof and the CEREMONY of the AT the LrritE THEATRE in tut THIS the of Signor PLAClDOs Company will exhibit VARIETY of NEW Never attemgted by Singing by Keen and Vaulting en the lack rope by Signora Danemg by Mifi Ferciand Mifs Tumbling by Signor and Signor Dancing onthe tiglit rope by Mis Mafter Signor Signora Signer and Signor Signora Spanioletta will dance on the tight without touching it with her and play with two With tevcfai feats never feen rn Eng land anii variety of new The moft farprizing and diverting pei foi minces oa the Wire Tight Rope by the MONKEY 5 walks and fances on the tight rope with the peole be andtadances various equimres an the wire with and wfthbUj the poie vaults and turns die Katbettnewheel on the flick rope ta is the moft of the kind ever and has given general fitisfaclioiv wherever he has The whole to conclude with a hornpipe by Mifs Boxss Pit Gallery The doors to be opened at andfregin at half an hour after fix Vivanr To prevent plws to br taRefl at the Oftice of the from nine humbly that tht who take fend their fenraiiis by No money to be returned alter the curtain it drawn Signor Placido begs leave to inform the Noj that bis company being engaged to go toParispnthe i4th or ijth ot January next for their accommodation and entertain to add to his prefent performances a variety of entire new and curioiyi To the P U B L I iW Editions cf the MONTHLY for the Months of January ami are now in and will be published in a few days foon the fucceedmg numbers wbichare become very fcarce will be by Becket and in the Day is In price DE MADAME DU Madame Le Prince De Beau Printed for oppqfita inthe Bookfeller to his Where may be had the following written by the feme Magazin des a Magazin des 4 Suite 3 3 Lettes dEnjerance La Veuve ou Memoires La Barronne De Mifles a Ladies a Inltruftions for Young a VLetters Emerance to a The Virtuous or Memaires of the Ba ronefs of TOall Perfons who chufc to thsir Accounts in a and cpncife This day is Bound in red with pockets for let price and with EngUfli patent or German and TRAOESMANS JV POCKET for the year 1767 con taining fiftytwo rulecl upon an entire new evidently fuperidr to all others for keeping ac counts in a concife method allo feveral other ufeful neceliary for cf this kind A perpetual Tables of The intrinfic value of the fevcral public and proportion they bear to each with directions for and A Table for buying and felling any commodity by the great which is in EngHfh money equated into and Jrifh ot India ansA other Rules rebting to hills ef Public Offices where Private marks and Ejytuguefe money reduced to and Courfe of Ex change in Table of Lift ef of Lift of Foreign imils and Transfer and dividend With many others equally but too numerous tor an Printed for at inLudgate ftreet at Charingcrofs in Hol and cirri iarktr arfd in ferves merchantSj and with ail forts of a c UMOUS fort of tiiher folio Oi to write The SEVENTH N I G K TH IS AT the GREAT ROOM behind EXETER A NEW SATYRJCAL LECTURE on With alterations and additions will be delivered By the A U T H O With an OCCASIONAL Firft Gallery Upper Gallery The doors to be opened at fix and to segin at feven Vivant Rex At the defire of a number ot Ladies and the exhibition is remoaed from Piaif terershall to the above The entrance is from On Mniday toe nth efJanuary tviM be In two Price in boards bound A carefully revifed and of THE TRAGEDIES of Tnmf lated from the With a DilTertation on ancient By the Late Greek Profeflbr in the Univeriity of Printed in Covent f Ihts Day is pubiijbtd In jwice fix ihilii gs THE HISTORY of a YOUsG LADY ot In a Serias of Bung a Tranflation from the French of Ltttrts de Du Written by Madaius Lz ijiince Printed for and at their rctpcilive Cii culating in and in Ma Alfo may be Adopted 2 The of Charles and The Conflict or Mils 3 The Hiitory of Mils Harriot a Akenfide 6n the or Bloody is M U S i L Oa account of the frijay and not be TTpEN LESSONS for the u or A Piano BUR to prevent if thoie fubfcribers who have their fublciiption will bi pieaied to their receipts to the particular places where they whe ther of the in Caveiutifh or WtLkers inufic the corner of Ger r or to oppo fiteBow they will receive book i and the fiibfcnbers who iiave not psicl in upon paying half a guinea a may have their loks Every copy will fignetl by AU i and the tetters a TO the the my lart letter I mentioned the riectfiuy wiuclx Loul was U11 from the unhappy poffibiiiry of his holding ail the ofSces of to ap point fuci men in the feveral de partments of government as were of practicable eay jJiant and traclable tempers wlio no opinions of their or at leaft without obftinaCy to or even urge their opinions meu ready to rf ceive or and obey without that impertinence which leads to examine the jufiice or wjfclom of inch orders and commands 5 nun muly and able for all work to plant or to root up ro build or to pull down to make and to unmake able to and to ftand ttill j to or to be filenf to encourage or extoid in a band of well ciifcipiined foldiers as acknowledge no principle but no duty but executing orders pretty inJifFTtnt whilft they obey and whether it is their or againft their whether they fpoil the ene or pillage their ivitli very little is our prefent political with for this from all the others in the With this and let me add no trifling consideration this well paid our Ge neral has taken the field he has opened the cam and the fuccefs already promifcs to be equal to our moft fanguine to drop this and to refume things by their right Our great Minifter has begun to and one cf his and well digelted fchemes for faving this nation from def and for raifmg her to a pitch of wealth and glory unknown to and inimitaile by future has been committed into their hands to be carried iiito Get money from the was the command j the the the were far below him thefe of this little dirty iriechanical of was un worthy o great The great outline was his they are paid for the You that my only purpcfe is to prove the and propriety of the choice he has it was quire in kis power to f of men to till the ofTices I do not in at lealt not at prefent inter upon a de fence of hu fchemes God knows they loudly enough for J fnal thercfcrc proceed to liow Jmpoflibleit iRuit to carry cnthe pie fen t fcheme of getting monfy fiom the if lie mould have men under hLn of any other politions than thole I have already We have already and al molt fatal from fuffering the fyltem to fometimes bjroke in by the humouts of one very vvhimiical who happens to be anionglt and though very odious to feeais to be ne for the If this man mould conti nue his habits of liltening of enforcing it and of jn lawm t the opinion of our lawyers thofe opinions for which we have paid fo fmart a price I fuSmittoal good whether any fouiifli credit of hav ing this man in our can outweigh the fatal confequences of the leaft relaxation of He cught to be jsuniftied in my with the fame juft feverUy which he under a former man ly But I fay the on this becaufe I knowhow hateful he is to that we only keep from a principle though I think we are In th4 application of it of our fa vourite State But fuppofetfeisdifpofition had been any way ge neral Suppvfe then for a moment the moft untrue fuppofition is allowed in argument that ths feveral offices were 6led by men of fpiritand integrity thea fuppofe the order money from the ErIC what would the con i fequencp be One would remoaftrate upon the poffi with which fuch an aft might beat tended tlkat to fake away another mans property without confenr was liitie lefs than A fecorid of the impropriety of be ginning at the wrong end j of expofing the acwsunts and correfpaudence of fo important a Company to the before any complaint was or charge againft them propofe it as a better to treat with the Company and when bring that treaty where it ought to be to be approved am A thni pretendto that this method promoted by feeding the hopes and alarming the fears of the alternately that it wotiid have a very bad effecl upon the credit of the and tend to lower the value of all her by ftiggtfting the thought to k interefted in her other that though the was the yet that in wJiich they were con cerned might be the Afoartfi fuppofe a Cr of the defire a review of the whole fcheme would enquire into the end and the means intended to aitnin it would infift upon time to weigh thegreat neJs of and to the wifdorh and equity of tlve other and if thefe were denied might Cnfdfr himfelf as the duty and rights of his office and might refufe to be and perhaps refign his Good Lord under fuch circumftancesy how could public bufinefs go on I appeal to all rational whe with iuch men as I have defcribed there be a roflibiiity of afting Whether with fuch men nt tht we fhuuld have had fome of the greatll which any nation ever enjoyed iuch could the American ftampaft have or could general warrants have iffuedj Could tie excife entered private or the glorious and aJequatg peace have been made Could we have been witnefles to the no ble lastly made though unhappily by fomerurftd reniains of it proved abor tvc making State IfctefBty the law of the nnd for giving us a privilege never or iletd thought of in any other of beingyaw and freemen the rejl of the year Gould any of or a thoufand other good have or might we ever hope to fee the fame if which by its proper is wiiich is timidity fpirit and wiiifx are and infalcnce 5 which is aiW which is weakneff j fliould ever rgain truer into any of the offices of the ftate how and triumphantly tie auonal goes under the prefent pa triotic who employs none but men fit for tlielr perhaps be the fubjsft of another Lett en ncsiued Queer Ramfhaw A Deteftor of Chi A Conitant to fui render the i6th and i h of and 7th of at ten in the at tie Bell Inn in appointed making the oj Bankrupts eft at is to John of coach the zdot at iu ihc Jt William kte of Staf of the at tlie Talbot inStourbrsagGiii VVor Certificates to hs atioAcd is John late of Jutiisparifh of iiut now CJ in hzvs tayior and of iame on or bsijrethe of January Samuel of near iii the coiuifv dealer and chapman of J hi late or the dictolsJ on or before the ith of January L O his from VVoolmrniily houfis in N D O the Duke i i to town upon ft to ai a hi i thai he is ivith t i bt in a CPV ti INTELLIGENCE for the TlllL new fettled 5 the Earl of Noithington retires the Earl of as takes the oftlie which will reftore fioard to its confututional j Earl Cower is to be Lord Privy Seal Earl of to be firlt Lord of the Admi ralty Sir Edward to be created a Peer Lord to be joint PoftMafter j General Conway goes to the Military Line j Charles Townf to be Secretary of State Lord to be Chancellor of the Exchequer j and Richard Eiqjj to be joint This will efta bldh a and Lifting From the LONDON GAZE V T The King has been pleafed to grant unto the Right Earl efHilli of the kingdom of Ii and Lord Har Baron of in the county of in the kingdom of and tke Right Francis Baron Le the office of Poft malter in the room of the Right Wil liam ot of the kingdom of and Baron of in the county of l in the kingdom of and the Thomas Lord Baron of in the county of Jhe King has been pleafed to conftitute and ap point Alexander Richard George and Thomas together with George Efq in the room of George Drum Efq to be Commiffioners for the Receipt and Management of his Majeltys Revenues of Exciie in The King has been pleafe to order letters patent to be pafTed under the Great Seal of die kingdom of for constituting and appointing Edmond Efq his Mijeitys fecdnd Ssi at in the faid to be one of the Juitjces cf his Court of Common Pleas in the faid king in the room of Robert Efq John Nevill the of the panfli of Mary Magdalen meal and to lurrender the iltand jth ui j and 7th of at four in theal at Trout the now or late of thepa rilh of Agnes in aad rope to tue iitd oi A few nights rentto pofTemonof mt ix tain rom lay a wager of two tl to that a ccrtan patrirt N oh cm wouiil n three weekslonger in vi i mid at the llune oilered to lay another of rive to that the ameNobiniin wouia Jrd to refign before the expiration of thrte tartheft but he could not rind who durlt venture to take him Friday laft the Right of gave a grand on account uf the marriage of his LordMount at houfe Soutli wliich many of the firft Thelate of Guild who on Tuefday was one ofthe of Srf Robert feliVand was uKurjed to Lewis late Eari of aiui in 1751 piefent of ihen Lord ExtrafltfalUerfrum Wehaveanaccjuiic troin on the this the young who are ccfafined at St a ihvng oujs Lazarus the iccepli of wiio dimonour their fruuiiies make their though ui thti nd and 45 of after ing and rise were placed ata I y to have inufdcrul but e ExfrnS pf a letter j Several yciVtls from the induftnous this have iasly confiderabic One as the Wtttcrn 310 barrels of Sine ieu tmm have alfo been tolerably This bufinefs which leeirii to bo carried on bids luir to be ofgreat utility to rheir lie whale in met wltli two that a of il e nuliioiis nc the States g body fr tliat ed to do tbofs pmts to iniuuit them iu which confifis behdts m who is en is arnoftdef ut which are v in his fntinc mui be if which XiJe is ctuiflif r a pnfition on an ni of s in a RS in the g1 from ilrs loan was negocating their f by the minifter of a o Accounis laid to be General of Advices fiom Breftand Rcchforti regiments of mariret lar duty on tntlinjis and the naval cfiiceis wcr alo theexercife great They wnte from rlinr Bomprtcom mands the inrinc rie ii of twentyjne fhipt of the extreme good Letters from dated Srp1 dcltinecl to a trenched at fVifinia iii Ujer two otliers are lent rluil nor lufficitn to attack the j menti fo that icinforctiseni we hope to luccecd in tu extvdni rendered the mie ably aiid tiie Jiey eminence furrounrieii wjcfi BellJcs among ilic tc Saturday laft at the Calais iiule freni The Dunkirk Jolepli from is fefearrivetl at His Excejlency Governor J linftcn has offered a reward of five tlioufand to whoever introducejhe manufacture of ikltpetre in the vinpe ot Welt f Malt isfoexuemely that the porter brewers do not brew half the quantity tney ufually do at this feafon cf the Hops are at this time cheaper than they have been for feveral ye rs pa In many of the counties tiie wheats are all tbrefhed out and the farmers arc obliged to fuiply themfelves from Bear e price ot wheat beine lower in London in other parts of the Lalt week the feveral hojfcs and haidings within the area of Bartholomtws pu fuant to agi cement of the removed and the ground Tiiis opening has sivtn an extenlive view of a large the lurVoud ing wings ot tins and which are joined four ftone The whole bust whicii is fatd to be ne rhe and i venient for te purpofe over rrike It is built duofror Alltns quarries at The north is juft as are a and otner necelfary made This wing contains fourteen w which will bold iixteen ib tiiht will accfemmodare 124 adtljtional faid after the of is i broad a grind pedsflrian itVfje of the upon the 2ri granted this and ths the ciry of Wlil in centre of   

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