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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 30, 1766, London, Middlesex and T U S D E G M B EK W in BFrjt v LA i HOYAL be Tbe Sirlahft Love by PoWeU i Lord Oglcbft Mr Baddekyj Palmer by Mifs ton Palmer Abtna k Heidel E K T A IN M EN T T the THEATRE M UOVMT THIS DAY will be prefentvd The WAY of the WORLD Smith Rofij Sir Wil ful Shuterj Vincentvi Mm Towbichwm be L H ARLBQU IH AT the LITTLE THBATRE in ttoe the of Signor PLACIDP Coaipany will exhibit VAlt of NSfitf P P K F Q RMAN C E Ijy other performers MJ ami Vaulting 00 jUe rope by 27ancing by Feeoi TuHibling by SignoF rfnd Signor Dancing on the tight by Mafter Sigaora Placidoj Signor anil Sjgnor Signori willdance in jack xyitth tvobqys tied to on the tight feats never feen in li land and of new exhibitions The nwft and diverting performances Tight Rope by the MODI 1C Ef dances on the and balances various the wire he and onthe Hack rope to is the raoft the kind ever and wherever The whole to conclude With a hornpipe by Mife Boxes Gallery Ttae doors to be at and begin at half fix Vivaht Rex To prevent place to be taken at the of the from nine to It is K that the who will ftnd their fervantj by Jjve No mwaey be returned after the curtan s Sigaor Placido begs leave to inform that company being engaged to go to Pans on the or January next he far their accommodation and entertain to add to prefent perforuiatices a variety new and curious exbibitionkand to this fay if it CATALOGUE ot the libraries of the late John Efq Lewis the and of the and of feverai other collec containing upwards of twenty thoufand vo of choice and curious book in all branches of and in excellent condition Amongft whidt are the F O L I Oi KT Cartes Hapin and 5 8 and Cax tons so Xugdales Monalt 3 1 x IJorfeleys Britannia Ko mana Stowes Survey of Lon Stukelys Sionehengeand Heiwfal Blairs Tables Antiqui 7 Sloanes a vol ttprdens OTrrisg 2 Hackluyts iSoyles and Supple 4 PoftJethwaytes 2 Bales and Bio ii 7 Portuguele aod iMctionhairede de et Nizolii Cieero Stephani 4 Stephani 5 Gefneri Du Frefne Pitifci jinn i Hefychu 3 Golii Somntr Saxon Corpus Homer 3 Plato 3 com in corio Jofephus Havercampi on Antient in Cafei in the Houje of Overbeke Romae Le RoysRuinsof Woods Palmira Heads of ofNoblemens 4 TtJebattles6f by Le 3run nian i Medals of Lewis in M At par i by Erafnn n Oni 5 With many equally which will bi fold very litnuaiy and continue tUl are At TflQMAS ij to be price at booJdelltrj Comliiil Childs Pauls yard book Temple bar Mr WaK Charingeras j Blinessfrree and book B nd ofthe bookfdlercjat Qx tord and and at where jnay be tbx fuil value for any libtary or parcel rr de de 7 V s i i 4 The EIGHTH THIS AT the behind kxE A NEIV LECTURE on HE A R T With alterations and additions willbe delivered By the With an OCCASIONAL Firft Gallery Upper Gallery The doors to be opened at fix aiid begin at feven Viyant Rex At the defire of a number of Ladies and the exhibition is removed from Pfeif terershall tothe aboye The entrance is from Near the ROYAL EXCHANGE COUNTINGHOUSE and to be at in OJ4 To the P U B L I EW Editifons of the MONTHLY HEViE the Months of January now in the and will be published in days fooh tbe fucceeding nunjber which become vjerjr fcarie will berepiitirteoY by Becket and in Fer the Utters fitpitii A DETEiTOR of MER USLIC u hjl To the PROPS IE T oft s of EAST INDIA the mouth of oppofttion to jf i reakmsble meafures of go reronrcnt hath found irtflucnte otheis to notion of its mefhod the Company can tafce to ftind ftjil and do in hope of obliging the govermnent to come to tier mighty to alk our terms I would cordially recommend to your raott if it would not be abundantly mqr confident with the true honour and permanent in tereft of rather toiinpoissr quire your to proceed more cunftitutiwv ally and more dutiful toivards the thra whafe proteftion and by the necefiary W of the navy and Company has not bB in the late on the of but have tbrmigh the iame Ittof py been maJe isonquereri and wtuf O4it which wecouldnot lava acquired Our i ly rich late Stand iorth impower your Directors to make a becoming refpeSful application to the with reafonable terras of to procure the ftveral advantages abfolutely need ful to the and of the Company fuch as new powers needful to en large the and confiination of the making furtofall neceflary ftance of goverrment for the future fecurity of our privileges and poflefllons both in peace and and by going cordially hand in hanrl with thene ccfiary operations of not your ef fential your honour willalfo far better eliablitlied tkan by any different fort of conduit which may be thought and if not contumacious and which in all pioba have the very revtrfe and the and true in tereft of the Company And in order to prevent any pofliViliiy of there being no falutary fcheme ready prepared for the purpofe of bringing about fo wife and happy a reconciliation againft the enfuing ad joHrnment of the general on the jift the following is but fub mitted to any or to give way to a bet ttr if any fuch mould be An OLD A SCHEME of fuitabte PROPOSITIONS for procuring an extenfion of the Eaft India Companys exclu five right of and a confirmation of their and That thirty years may be added to the period of parliament granting the Compa nys whkh will by fuch means extend to the 5th of That the Company may be allowed toehcrcafa theh1 capital trading ftcck to five by takirg in frefh to the amount of additional capital Thar ra confideration the Company do way of Loan to the the like Aim of pjincipal without in for and during the term ofthe extended ex clufive with confirmation of the Compa nys That the Company wall alfo annually pay into the for the ule of the one fifth part of rive neat called the as the fame may be recovered and received every or the charges at tending ft and fo to continue Co long as the Company do enjoy Ihe fame s the go vernment fhould chute to have a certain Jun it rling the fame to be fixed at in thf long may probably be found fully on it is not provinces of by the lare fnltaining a reverfe cf by becoming fubjeft to ave large Aims annually exported from thence to Great Bri either in or in manufactures of thr or and thii in lieu the large nefit which accrue to them by bullion fr m hencei but that and the reverfe tkwig placesmay Jn time fo impoverifli the they may not be ta pay taxes as they have Jutherto conllituting faid That previdui fiich for the jreaiunable intereih of the old and prefent proprie the Company 0iaH declare dividends of per per from Midiummer to con tinue until two years are cempleated at that Theait article will be of much ferxice in fixing the value of the ftock at a rate more tolerably near to what it after continue and give permanent value and on inch hould readily at morethan three hundred per which is probable it over and above ihefum ttus prcpoTTed te be lent to the throw 511 to tiie Companys hands the fum or moie than with which the Cotn panvsL fimpie may be honourably but their Bonds aUo b at the end of two yfesrs anrf a from this the Company may be better able to what further may be neceffary to be is poffible at this lettert The Veteran Sn1ugglerObfer To the PRINTER of the GAZE AS a fimiianty ef coJitehding for oppa fite fent inentsj may confound t and ger plex t hejudgment ofyour I propr to inform efpecially my particular acquaint at the gtnTlemanXTivho figns in your todays is not the fame Tranqui lius who ago Offered obfervatioas on the Stamp and other fub I ufed to think I had the honeft Uriton too by aliering the plain and rough Koman term in alien of tliernore fofttr Itilian found of IrAiiqtiilhis but as it I rather bs the author ot line of artJefs truth under the thantne jjbufe under the former jn fisiydjcuious j aim a degradinga charailerwho has by public eviivced a tteady and properity of his It to that Lord to be in every If he labeurs to ftrve his by every means undir liis influsnce as art a i or as a Nobleman of ard large what can be expecled or cleared one who has already done ib and from his fatigues in the public now lingersunder a complication of bodily infirmints I have before and ftill truth that his Ueiug or lefs engaged in bufi nels than are aoproifs of his being difiianeft or degent ratedinto a mere courxworm his be ing or not moving the whole machine of government with are the perpetual and frem Sad the enemies of fo much worth are not a few as if ir was impoflible fora great man to be vir tuous vriilioiilrailing a malignant and emious in the vicious One would think that Lord one of the worlt cf he is not dging fame thing every day to itrike the public with and demand their applauie butwe rather ought to hij abilities and are exerted in the belt according to the fphere he moves in ceDfidermg fhe humours and princi ples of the generality of thofe are ever hunger ing after puwer we ought to wonder that he has any rather than tint he has fo lit Of I we imy be it is demonftrated that his whole foul and are entirely changed from what they were when in a pri vate Itatiun that every public tranfadtion arifing im mediately from the Lord Cs founded upon good and was conducted without bias from It very hard to kwu what tranfaftjons or fram influence and till we know ihis how ill able are we to judge with jimpriety men wii affirm and rea flm from from to the end of his valuableWe afterwards the annals of England will point uith as an ho nour to the the and the rank he fills dur ing his rough paflage through the little fpace of mor If he has if he is this man of noble foul and virtuous and that he is cer or there is no proof frojn the truth of things in moral life his recompence hereafter will be yea infinitely u peri or to themolt uninterrupted applaufes of the newspapers 1 I your obliged humble Yefterctay mail fram On the 4th of laft month the following declaration wss prefeuted to the King by iJeFnglih His Briannic excited by reafon able deiircs of protecting by all methods the Chrif tiAii efpeciilty thofe by virtue of particular have a right to expect his finds himfelf obliged to repeat his preffing in favour of thateppreflsd part of the Polifh known by the name of Diflidems wherefols the in conformity to frefh orders from the hif Molt Giacious has the honour to reprefent to ami to the Republic of that his Britannic fules folid motives of juilice atd humanity which give him reafon to hope to a fuccefs of thepreient negociations relative to this affair find ing lumfelf by a Uriel alliance with the ourts oi and Copenhagen to nteret himfelf in behalf of the Diffidents in all the forms and in q aiity of Guarantee ef die Treatvof Peace of wiflies in the pre iiit this virtuous bir uniappv part of the Po may be reeftab as Members of the in the poffeflioii of their rights and privileges is well as in the peaceable of their nude of Ahith every one knows belonged to tfwie the iigniig of tne tiatj oj At the fame time his Britannic Majeiry cynfiders how grea is the connexion between the of the Republic and the Juftiee this as well as the fundamental hws of the kingdom which were not only obftrved for two Imt renewed by treaties wiih tlie Nortliern fa that they do not permit the leaft alteration ta be under the genera cdnfent of rhecon rracling For theie caufes his Britannic Mn filled of the esuity and iene tration of his Polifh from the begjrt ing ot lis has given fo ninny teftimonies of zeal for the hapoineftof and of love to nottke doubt that juft defires will no longer eftabfifheil in tne cwatra by the formalprDteftations airdeipieji ori the partof foreliiri the privileges of theDif fidents are tbilnded whofeprmciplw of charity artd BenevoleSfce make of and iHfiiiitv of irs inftitutor who fidt JtJS iusttr of doubt j jitt of which the exercife is and of which profeflurs excluded fromall honburable and daprive i of all means ot fcrvirig their NetrettJhelers their nghrk and prmJeges have beiri cdwitihed to them by by fo rtipprbrtetf bn JTo cm and lo to the that the mfruiter ol vtlxi fcrves towards the repxibljc tt5 relfimehrs of pFindinWiUi to give pfoofs of thai the me diation his wfUtiroduce hi ef rhat a Snt TifOTtiotijthey wfcrein As to the reft tae jefty of the of and for the proipenty of the republic fa that it would alelefs affuniuces of In the niconwtalfcj cannot avoid re I itewtmg as an inCOnteitable proof of their n fei l died here the raed John Chriftopher ProfefTor of Pbtlo ophy s he wai Rounder Prefident of our Society cf Liberal and was a Member of ie veral L O D o It is faid fbon after the the Rjeit E Temple is a coniiderable emplar 5 and the KigUt George Grenville is to be Chancel or of the It is HOW thar the Court of Lifton hath made no offer whatfoever of a fettleme t to the mm Yelterday Thomas PotteivEfqi grandfon to the late Doftor Poturf Archbiftop f Canterbury fet out for v John Secretary to the who has been ill tor fome time is now a lair way of Sir Laurence who has been ill of t he is much L week was brought to bul of a tbe Hon Lady Catherine at LeaucJici iii We hear in conreruence cf a new law made in Portugal to oblige the merchants to receivr ii p v as ready the a61ioKS of porated lately erected the mer chants trading to to a refblution on not to take a y but wl at were made pa aole in geld or filver wi ich the drawers were under a necerhty ol Among the feverai to b made by we tvere is cne whereby will bs authorfed to prohibit their wives debts wihout their know tecige by ejiitring fuch prohibition into a pubhc to be kepc for that and public for rrdfnt there fuch whereby induftnous tradeJhien1 we ruined frwn the extravagance of the not1 withftandingtheir advertifmg not to truft them method is practiced in Scot and feverai othek from that a lady of qualiv is preparing htrJeJi to be inoculated for tne AfciY days fiuce fome extra officers to the on beard one of the in the rfver made iome a copper the tiring of which was worn ttf after drinking they vvere all themdrel rhatnight an wher next and a third is in great daliJer witbftandlng a was feTitfor ThJs waa owing to the vtrdegreafe which was in the ton which people cught to be inftrumwu properly puts of unorder his PruflTan at the fa of th gave orders for layirighde alf copper the and Aibftiturinl thofe of uioic Friday early a fire broke out in near s in which confimred fame aiiu damaged fome Ol linghwufrt The was fo Ward the and the near eighty ears two a and a maid fcrvanf oe on houfe and n without con Thisdifafter wa ooWd bv linen being le t to dry on a wooden hc f f Yefterday morning a numberof journeymen makers met jn L e re of fv er re Tbe bS apppebenhve of to t q at the Rotation Office in Lucbfield Seet for direft jr to the p and upon1 rcpre to the aid i le BtSS tiimui nous meetings u I v them of the andSfrJ fuch kind red ucal g who are now under femence ot
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