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   Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 31, 1766, London, Middlesex                                G aze t teer and PffaM WED RE S D Ep C M K 1766 D R 0 L AT the THEATRE THIS BAY br The EARL of W A R W I C The principal parte by Packer Mifs and With a PROLOGUE With the OLD MA Boxes Pit Firft Places for the boxes to be taken of at the COVE NT G A R D E A T the THEATRE in A will be prefented The ACCOMPLISHED Tiie principal parts by Mr Mifs and To which will be The A P P RENT 1C Weodward Dunftall Anderfon by Cufmng AT the LITTLE THEATRE in the HAYWAR jerry THIS the sift of Signer PLAClDOs Company wilUxhibit VARIETY of NEW Meyer attempted by other Singing by Keen and Vaulting on theflackrope Mifs Ferei and MVft fumbling by Signor and Signor Dancfhg on the tight rope sby Mife Mafter Signer SJgnora Signor and Signor Spinacuta will dance in and with two boys tied to his on the tight With feveral feats never feen in Eng land variety of new The moft furprizing anddiverting performances on the Wire and Tight Hope by the he walks and dances on the tight rope with thepOole he and various equifibres the wire with and without the pole lie and turns the Katnerinewheel on the ilaok rope to This animal is the moft ationifhing ef the vkind ever atid given general latiifaction he has The whole to conclude with a hornpipe by Mifs Boxes Bit Gallery The doors to be opened at andfaegin at half An hour atccTfix Vivant Rex To prevent placet to be taken at the of the from to It is humbly requeiteLthat the who take will fend their Servants by five Nomoney to be after the curtain is drawn Signor Placido begs leave to inform the No that his company being engaged to go toPamonthe or 15th of January next he accommodation and entertain to add to his prefent performances a variety of entire new and curious and to form four a TO be The Manor of Lympsfield in the county and feveral Farms fiituigof one thouptnd nine hundred acres of and woodland and of Copyhold fineable at the will of the The Eftate is full of fine fit for and the reft in a very thriving condition with an extenfive Royalty and For further particulars enquire of Bifcoe in the Frith in the or of Wefton at Lymps who will how the Lympsfield within twenty miles of Lon fix of and three of Godftone j in a fine country abounding with game and To all Perfons who are defirous of keeping their Ac counts in a and concife day is publijbedy Bound in red with pockets for let price and with Englifb patent or German afss for temporary KEARSLYs GENTLEMAN and TRADESMANS POCKET LEDGERjfor the year 1767 con taining fiftytvro ruled upon an entire new evidently more convenient than any other publication of this nature alfo Ceveral other ufeful articles j A perpetual of The intrinnc value of the feveral public and proportion they bear to each with directions and A Table for buying and felling any commodity by the great which is Englifh money equated into and Irifh into Intenft of India and other Rules relating to bills of Public Officeswhere Private marks fordeahrs Spaniftu and Portuguefe money reduced to Eoglifh and Courfe of Ex change in Table of Lilt of the Houie of Lift of Foreign mails and Transfer and dividend With many others equally but too numerous for an Printed for at inLudgateftfeet j at Ciiaringcrofs in Hol born Richardfan and under theChange id Parker arid in ferves with all forts of particularly a fort of eifhsr folio or with white lines to write r The LISBON DIET D I N IT is needlefs to IVt forth any encomiums on this fo well received for many years by per fonaofthe higheft curing everj degree of the even to that of a Alfo thofe who have been injured by a certain have found this medicine to be the greateft reftorative in It acts as an and anfwers every intention of a benign But to make it mere agreeable to the by a peculiar has made a folurion of the principal lo that two fpoonfuh in a ghfs of water is a fufficient j and fo vfell aflured is the au horof its i that if any giving it a fair is not he will jetmn their money It is pieafaat to will keep and may be fent any part of the put up iri pint at half a guinea To be had at Woooc in Redlion and no where f he is ftiJlcontinued fur iuch chafe to drink it that The NINTH THIS AT the behind EXETER A NEW L E C T U R E on E A R T fWith alterations and additions will be delivered By the A U H O With an OCCASIONAL PROLOG u Pit Firft Gallery Upper Gallery Thedoors to be opened at fix and to begin Vivant Rex Regiha At the defire of a number ot Ladies the exhibition is removed from Plaif terershall to the above The entrance from A T a meeting of Tallowchandler s anM it the Feathers on Monday the itftantT it was uria nirnoufly agreed to make to Parliament in regard to the high price of and a plan pro pofedaccordingly it is therefore earneftly that tke Stewards of theJTallow chandlers in the fe veral quarters of and Weftminfter in parti and the trade in will meet at their Hall on on Monday the third of at ten oclock in the to coafider further on the and carry the fame into execu fourfcore jniks eaifc from in a pleafant and healthful would be glad of two young gentlemen to make up his determinate number of Tile terms are ap guineas per for and all except wewing appareland As pompous and florid advec tifementsdo not always realize the character they the hopes to give all reafonable fatisfaftion to any parent or who is kind enough to enquire for further particu on and recommending them to gentlemen ofknown veracity arid found juophertt infuch fo his A Zat in till t ief thof B G o K s A GENERAL HJS fORYof containing an ACCOUNT of the FIRSTINHA of the and the Tranlaftions in rom the EARLIEST By THOMAS an IR four volumes large price four guineas in There art ntt thirty fetts Itft unfoU ef the large t and ntt of the fmallpapir is Sold by next the Meufe in Ca Where may be Cartes Hiftory of volume the in price The fame in fmall in price Hiftoria delle Guerre Civili di Francia di Hen rice in tnut large beauti fully and tor reffly printed upon fine paper and a Rowan price ntally bound two Sir Wares Hittory and Antiquities of ilhiftrated with cuts of ancient alfo the and in their proper With a large Account of the Writers of in two fuch writers who were born in that kingdom and fuch though en joyed preferments or offices or had their edu cation in it within account of all the works they and large accounts of many of their Revifed and many material and continued down to the beginning of the prefent by Walter Efq in price neatly or an Introduction to the Antiqui ties of with upwards of views with proper the princi pal and antient dwellings in the county of Taken upon the fpot by Thomas Efq The fecond with aaMitibns by the m price bound Far ttt letters figned To the PRINTER of the f was with thegreateft and fatisfaction I read fentiments of yoiircorrefpondent in this days A relative j to a parliamentary inflection aad right of decifion in the Efaft India companys affairs and cir cumftanceg but as he does not appear 10 be fur nifhed with fufficient matters of fact to hew the the and the propriety of fuch intervention on the of fubjects of this I think my felf particularly obliged to point oufcand quote a chain ef the moft incontrovertible part of the companys which will in I flatter highly promote an exertion of bur j Legiflative authority over This undertaking j I fome lime ago promifed in the and will moft certainly having a numbtr vouchers in my poffeffion for the purpofe j but the prefent recefs in Parliament induces me to poltpone fuch a particular explanation until their when thefe matters malKbe recently laid before ihein through the channel of your In the mean time I ftall generally not only the but the unqueftionable right of parlia ment to make the company rejmburfe and indem nify the kingdem for the prodigious money expended in fupporting and paying the number of troops and feSmen that have been employed in their and the feveral fleets whichhave been fitted out and manned for protection of their trade and extenfiou of their conquefts for thefe laft 15 or 10 yearsj and for this purpofe I hope whfe province it and particularly the noble and pa triotic Lord Chatham from whom itis more parti cularly expected will order an eftimare of tJiis ex pence to be laid before the Houfe of at next meeting i and alfo an account of the num ber of Britifh fuujects tftathave been inliftedas fol and otherwile employed in tbe lervice during the fame period j and that a proper eftimate of the value of fuch number to the nation and coinmunrv will be alfo furnifhed to the Houfe iQj expencej and the value of n hi di number of Britifh the of juf tice and found policy require the nation fhoald be reimhurftd by an private of who have applied to their own ufe all the emoluments arifing from the fervice and con of fo fupportedV fitted and paid with fo much of public money j and who refule tobear any part of tru great der which the nation groans s I is a de mand which the Houfe of in duty and owe thur and which the Eaft India Company be exempted from by of any charteiy or other grant or indemnification from any earthly And if thofe purfe prond infolentswill be fo h udy as to difpute tbe right of to enquire and decide this very equitable it is but reafonable to hope that their charter which I hall hereafter fulty prove they have extended far beyond the royal grantors and is therefore in itfelf abrogated by their own aft will be totally withdrawn or and the immenfe treafures which have been obtained under it applied in difcharge of otr enormous na and the future riches acquired in the Eaft applied in alleviation of the bur drns of Oiir laborious and national policy would be a decifion truly patriotic and becoming aBritifli and would reflect immortal honour on the glorjous I therefore heartily join with your correfpondent the in hoping to fee and all the other public filled From all and bprougha in England to heir rcfpeflive requiring the moft ferious attention and utmoft endeavours in procuring fo very interefting and an enquiry and for and future eafe and happinefs and that fuch adrlrefTes will be immedi ately and publiflied before tlie meeting of the Houfe after the prefent recefs j and your fpeedy pub lication ofthis I dare oblige the and particularly Letters An Female To ihe PROPRIETORS of Commonly tailed THE letter in the Gazetteer of Saturday fign ed a fpeaks fo exactly my With regard tp the dijinierijltd patriotic conduft of the prefent of that I cannot but applaud its more with refpect to the juft 9nd equiiaifleplan the noble EarLhas formed for the to tifes of tbe public the immenfe fiches acquired by the company of merchants trad The reafqns theje affigned for ihis falutary mea it muft be confdTed even by the Proprietors are founded in arid found policy j nor is it to be imagined that the can be gulled into a belief of its being an invxfwi njpri when they themfeives are to reap the advantages of it or thar the landed gentlemen will fit ftill and let the proprietors engrofs fuch an afte nilhing when the landtax may by this means betaken off anymore than that the farmer will be contented toftarve while fuch j ebbing proprietors are Indies j if the plan propofed takes the farmers may be allowed an annual bounty on every acre of land they With regard to the afJurance and con fidence of certain I entirely agree with my worthy it is only to fecure their own private than nothing can be more i and till of was very and by this ftep will effectually Be addrefles of inclofed in gold will immediately croud into the noble Earl from every county and borough in from the city of London even to the ruins of Old for his confideration of the landed and jfor having turned his thoughts to luch a bank of wealth as our conquefts in the Eatt thought iwrtfy fogrtat and which not have entered into the contemplation of one Minifter in a thou May every inJlraSed meraber fupport the amazing Peer info great and good a fliall we hope in a flisrt time to fee every public body and fin gle individual who are afproperty in their and contri buting their and to theleflening the enormous load of debts and that we may be thereby enabled fpeedily to engage in a Awgdnd and convince the that as America has lately been conquered in Ger and Afia be in fo private property is moft effectually fecured by confutation of public A I for the fake of alljthegood people of no that this letter will he printed in every newspaper in and Ire and that all the above people will the PRINTER of ihe NSTEAD of which merchants in Perm gal uled to make they ars now obliged to make them in the overplus turing in from a paper currency which has lately taken place This paper is on a very difierent plan to that of our A Portnguefe refiding in would prefer a bank note to in not be ing fubjea to taking fallacious or diminifhed and on prefenting it to the he is fure of receiving good caUi whereas this paper cu or bills of in Portugal or proceed from a power invelted in the Portugal Wine Com in iffuing out bills of aftiuns poflibly redeem a term of years fosthat a Britifh factor refid ing in on receiving a cargo or cargoes of cpdfifh fran his friend in make his rerijitrahcei to tbe in fpecie ift here at the proceeds cf the cargo will befiaid to him n and which obliged take for his friends fife To that he cannot fend home a fufficient quantity df the dtrrinoditif s v f ibis impoflible he can reimburfe his friend tke a mount of his for very few clmfe to take their paper money herrij it being rather dangerous Admitting without any what will avail in a few years bur haring obtained tbe Newfoundland fifeeryj if after hirie months perils by is to be paid in paper mo ney But this as well as greater injuries are and have been to the great hurt of mer chants in general trading to that It can not be owing now to advantages we are aid to reap from our returns in for by the fchgoing fncts you will fee thofe are all and in a future letter wjil hew mote largely the grievances whith the merchants trading to that kingdom and have laboured to the great injury of our M E R C A INTELLIGENCE WE hear that the Bnnk ot and all the Livery Companies of this will fhcrtly be ordered to produce an nccount ol their an nual together with their It is likewile every perf n fled of one tboufaad pounds per income pen fioners and placemen excepted will umicrgo exami nation a Committee to be for that entitled The Committee of Public grants of pennons and reverfions Are mak ing It isrumoured that the Directors of a certain opulent Company luve lately been admitted to a private audience of a patriotic Earl No refolutions of General Couits will in Future he unlefs approved of by the Court f Di rectors nor any choice of Director dcsmtd without the approbation of the Lords of a certaiff s Every perfon voting for Directors of a Cfrain Compapy will be obliged to have hten in pof fefTion t f their flock at lealt t years before the time of No perfon acting as a broker in any of the public to We hear a plan is already formed by a certain great Earl for paying entirely rff Uie national uH in the fpace of three years at fai Not any new duties to be three but the old to be made From the LONDON TheKirp been to J beL room i B A N R U P Jamithan Odling the late of Kingftn upon maftei and to iurrender zift and azd days of of at tliree at the White Hart Cuffee hoole in Kingfton upon L O N DO Yeftarciay his Royal Higbnefs the of cefter arrived at in Upper GroiVe from Monday the Right Lord out from his houie in for Kwowle in arrived in town the Thomas Fo Efq nephew to the Jate Lord from feat in fee I term for the Yefterday arrived in Charles Efcy fram his feat in Yefttrday fet out for his feat in John Duttpn Efqj His Majefty has been pleafed to appoint to be Judge of the ViceAdmiralty Court of Senegarnbii in Yefterday was at Georges the ihe End of to Lady Amelia third daughter of the Earl of Har ExlraS of a letter from Dated Df 10 I am very well afTured that Madame La Dau phine has apartments fitting up for either or which are to Reconverted into a fbbie for the recovery of her health Her Highnelss ma lady isfuppoied to be a confumpt and it feems a poor man who had been given over in that is luppofed to have recoyeied meedy frvrn through lain for time in a warm near many h nfeS and much As is ncthing repugnant to reafoa H I fend you this account to make it imperially known by publication in your the firt time dcatii ot utr at the of our Lady made a magnificent upon that and received iy the Qufrn and Koyal Fnmiiy of Fran They from that Pafcha Pacli con tinues in his mai luv ing a number of built and fevcrai of mouit ing from ten to twenty Suiuiay Dauel of the Cullom hniJe at two fha which took wukout tht with Holland Yefterday morning four vefitls loaded and two eorn ariVeJ in ihe nvtr from Flan Near 1000 head of oxen are csntracted for hy the for the fervice foru and lions in the Yejterday fine horfes were fent from in Green to to he embarked tor for tbe ufe the French and this morning nine more will fet out for the lame place 5 and we hear there are many ootight in the North of to be fent to France witi al MondayUere was a meeting of a grwt number of the principal about Lcn and we hear they intend petition the intnt thar may be Droisgtt to fcvtral   

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