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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 18, 1766, London, Middlesex 1 i The Gazetteer and New Daify y F R I A A P R I L HAY A T T H E KINGs THEATRE in the the i9th of will be performed a new called L E R O E C I N E S The Malic compofed by Signior With jnevv new cloaths and Pit and boxes be put and no persons to be ad inmted without which will be delivered That pay At the faid at half a guinea each Gal lery Jive By fheir M A T E S TI E S No per ion whatsoever to he admitted behind the nor into the The pit and will be opened at Toiwgin at half an hour after fix N S Y L U FXT Sunday evening divine fervice in the caapel of this charity will begin at fix The morning ervice at eleven as LANCASHIRE Annual of the Gentlemen of the county of will be held at the Half M tavsrn n THIS The Lord George in the Ji ubord Efqj Edward Efqj Eiq j Tickets to be had of the Stewards and of facing John John James THERE being a few copies now made of The GENERAL MAGAZINE of Arts and by in 13 volumes il lustrated with a great number of copper they tire to be had of the or of both in at a neatly or half leather backs and Fhers oeing alfo few of each feparate num ber excepting three or four of the gentle men and huhes are defired to compieat their fets with all otherwife Ihe opportunity of doirig it will iLPri and at the in near returns his fincere thaiiks to aii nis wtxo have been extremely kind in conti nuing to much their dice he was burnt out at the late dreadful fire in and now Jeave to acquaint them and the that he is juil going to remove from the Royal Exchange to his which is now rebuilt on the fame fpot where his former and is laying in large entire new f re Ih ailortment of the moft famionable goods for the Ipring which he is determined to fell on as low terms as and humbly intreats his friends and former customers to favour him with a continuance of their which will be ever efteemert the tnenteit piice THE A P O E By L L O Y A i not drank of Patience well To lay each feeling of my foul ajleep J boalt nor iron nor heart of Raw is ray and warm my blood to feel Jf infults they touch me as a And I muffc hake them from tne as I can j And whereer a crying wrong I tho a King had done thou art he For this trf adventrous mufe begun the An anxious pleader the Curates Printed for the and fold by Richarafbn and under the Royal Where be the Powers of the by he fame ctliis day are The Sixth and Seventh Volumes pf THE HISTORY of the which cora pleat that from the Foundation of the See of to the pr Jent TJy ARCHIBALD Efq To be had at at the inFleet ftreet at in Ludgateftreet at at the in Row at the corner of the Old Jewry and at the authors in facing New Bondlcreet complete etts may be jtis day is price AM E r E o I i N T o of the remarkable match bit ween M ALTON and GIM over the Beacon C our fa at the firft of done fiom the original picture of Francis By RICHARD H O U S T Sold by in Chancerylane Robert neir Fleetftreet the corner of Piccadilly and by the bookffcllers of other aoted towns in Speedily vsitt be In fix Imperial price in up in and 1 a upon cloth and A CHART of the ATLANTIC its If and the adjacent in which tne iJritifh Dominions in Europe and the and en the African are feen at one view the diitances and fuperncul dhnsniions very their jufr pro portions And tiie exactly fhew the Nautical Courles from any port to the of Briiifh or between two ports Projected in the manner which if dd cribed and recommended by the MU R in cf the Phi lolophical And engraved by T H U MAS geographical engraver to his Royal Highnefs tfit Duke of Printed for oppoiite to Catherine in the HAYMARKET The THIRTEENTH Politively the Laft ALEXANDER STEVENS will de VJT liver His NEW with the AD as Tomorrow The dooi s to be opened at fix to begin exactly at feven Boxes Pit Gallery On account of tome prior the Lecture can only be repeated in this FINCHS GROTTO are and will be opened for the Summer for the en tertainment of Ladies and as loon as the weather will with the addition of a large new built for the better accommodation of fuch company as the open gardens may not be fo agreeable where the mufic will be on uch occa Subfcription for the whole will be delivered till the lathday of which will admit two perfons any atone guinea Tickets to be had at the bar of the faid and at at the in Pauls Aiteady ftaid woman of a good properly is wanted at the aid For SALE by the C A N D L At the in THIS at five in the A Newbuilt fubftantial brick containing two a large four bed three garrets with a large finifhed in elegant fretwork marble chimney and otherwife enriched with fine now lett to a creditable tenant at at fifty guineas per annum is held by of which 97 years were unexpired at Chriitmas fubject to a groundrent of per fhuate in MaryleBone near the Spring To be viewed to the time of by to the premifes ortoCharles the Surry fide of Welhninfter A L M A C K THIS the ifcth will be AG R A N D CONCERT and The Vocal by Signora Scotti Firlt Vioun and Barthelemon oncerto To begin at eight For the BENEFIT of The MIDDLESEX In order to enable the Governors to complete the New Wing for the reception of a greater number of This will he the laii public bail granted there this Tickets One Guinea each which will admit two ladies or one gentleman to be had at Pall and at the following cofFeehoufe Rain Cornhiil Temple bar Abing Holborn Coventgarden Coventryhreet and the Grofvenoritreet allb at the ilofpital of John Efq Frith William King Iquare cuu THE Proprietors of the Queensnead and in Ciiandois Covent directly eppolite the beg leave to inform the and public in that they have juft bought in a vtry curious and complete ai fortment of iunmer which for elegance and cheapnefs never yet excelled in England great variety of black and that will warranted in Ae The above goods will abfolutely be fold on fuch conditions as cannot fail of giving fatisfaclion to the Wholefale dealers and country hop keepers will find it well won h their while to Old iiiks very coaliderabiy under prime i For the BENEFIT of the Ml i J A I the LotkH JTTL on J rle ef will be ncrformed a cul d iVi A IN A Set to M u s i c by IV O G A The vocal parts by Mart Mifs Ft Violin and a Concerto by JUt ie lit tirc which may De had a the fallowing Mo GrolV ilveer e I Templebsr an i at the To begin at hJf an hour after eleven oclock the j Tickets ibr the Betom of the Chape Five This day is Dedicated to the Right WILLIAM Neatly printed in One Volume price m with the Head of engraved by Am H E Ll F Ji of M E C N A With T NOTES THOMAS from M r at the Coventry begs leave to his friends and the that he has opened his hop at the in Bedford near with a complete ailoi tnien of mercery in the newelt to the feafon of variety of ah forts of the mod famionable fancied and plain half Norwich Tiioie who are pleafed to favour him their aihired of having them executed in the molt fatis faclory On Monday next will be ready for a large and elegant of confifting of and ena melled iiowered and plain and ducapes chequejand plain to be very LADIES WARREN humbly takes this public me thod cf informing the Nobility and that lie has greatly improved his manufactory in drefling preparing the true French chicken allowed by Fcench ladies themfelves to be neater and ilroager than any of the kind dreffed As thsle gloves are dreifed witli a prepara tion of almonds without or their good efFeCt for the hands and arms are eafily con Sold only by at the Golden in near Golden at a HJS name is ligned in the miide of each Juft imported by PAUL facing Southamptonftreet in the EMOIRES de Madame la Marquife de Pom Ou Ton decouvre es Motifs de Guerres des Traites de les les NegociatioRS dans les difterentes Cours de les Intrigues les Carafteres des celui des Miniftres la Caufe de leur Elevation le Sujet de leur Diigrace ge neralemeni tout ce qui seft paiTe pendant les vingt Annees du Regne de Louis Ecrites par elle A translation of this beok is in the and will fpeedily be Imported by PAUL facing South in the TV JOUVEAUX toi par de 3 Matiaess Ktat M ilitaire de Urdonna nee du Rjy concernant la du i Geographical N Pi in ted for A in the This day vas In Two Price TRIUMVIRATE The Authentic Me of and iTinted fur Tin Where may be a Dramatic by a price The Platonic Vvi a by vhe The Double Mif t a h the The Letters of nd in z price bound 1hc 3 j and ti volumes of the Letters be tween iiry and which complete that cor are in the and will fpeedily be li K O O fublljlai HpHOMAS CATALOGUE for the J Year C 1 houfand or facul and in ne Catalogue to be ban price Brother Cornhiil Child Pauls church yard Fleet itreet without 1 debar KUt Jaiviess ihreet Roblbn New Bondltreet of the bookfellers at Oxford and Cambridge and at the place of in nexc the Meue where tiie full value is given for any or parcel of f TO the P u i N r Si Troubled teiy with two cr jj three rerlct n on the Ilmafiitf of Oopein in con n jr that cte Uilable I beg to reply to nnoher from the fame ioierted in your paoer of the That readily owns w ith me that Fa mine and Cpprenjn engage the Poor in a cnnjinai life and that the tiirifty and ought to putidpate the calamities of the and lie next what fuch reneitions have to do with the matters in be twixt and I apprehend a great deal for aetvrding to Alpha the cjiiartein loaf Ihonld alvjays be old foror mere than it is apparent that the thrifty and induf trious muft pay fuil as much for their provilion as tie diilblute and whether real anting from or p roc from the lucrative views affect all eltates conditions of that fonlid clafs like beds er nst fills by the fpoil of The Gc nan finis the proportionable increaie of his exirni The Merchant an odds in or of his rcipeJtive The man accounts a dimiintion i and tiie Poor ieel the uf mearis to procure carking and This day Very neceflary and iifefti for rdl Neatly printed in one price bound FORMS of DEVOTION for the Us 2 of FAMI With a jrtLomniending the Fraftice of FAMILY By L E L A N and To which is added a hort ExplaMrtion of the End ami pefign of the LORDS With fuitable Meditatons and and a Preface re commending a due on that acred Infti Likewife a Poltfcript concerning with a few Fspns of for the ufe of thofe who need ordelirefuch Printed for in Lud of may be had bound And the fnort price in Tactique ou Fraite des Evolutions des par pe Le ou Efiai lur la Zheorie des Mouveineus du des Evolutions Con noiiTiince des pour An alfti Monumentorum oniiils aevi Vindoba nrnfin Opera z to cum Numifmata Cinieiii Regii Icuninnis a Gefneri Hiftoria Iiantarum cum coloribus vivum ij Scopoli Entornciogia ji Kramtri Elenchus et Am per Auftriam In four volunirs price A New beint the 1 hird of ISIIOF BURNEFs HISTORY of his OWN From the Reiteration of King diaries to the Concluiion of the Treaty of Peace at in the Reign Queen Together with the Authors and Come explanatory Nutesj by the his late one of the Judges of his Maieltys Court of Common The whole reviled and corrected by Printed tor in Covent garden and fold by Pauls Church This Day price the iecond of THE LIFE and OPINIONS of TRISTRAM Printed for Charingcrofs and Richardion and at the Royal The publifhers beg to inform the that though ttU volume was norwrote by the author of the former work publiihed under this yet they upon a candid it will be found not unworthy of their 10 11 Ibis day is in one Illuftrated with price in T HE ELEMENTS of CLOCK and WATCH adapted to In two By ALEXANDER London Printed for the and feld his houfe in New Bonditreet and by the follow ing bookfellers and in the Strand Pallmall Coventgarden and at the Royal Exchange Fletcher and Andir Pauls churchyard at the Meule New and by Kin and in CAS E of a CAT A c SOME little time Sarah at in applied to i J 1 1 r If vine iCors Jaw te j cnies when undtr j prcpir cxcede t aim on that as it deiei I I to be of and I if J Alpha would read iui j attend e if fine the weight ihi is not heieconies auther how unlike to our foreiatlirrs op who condemn a trad f fo ad to their and charge a bnlinei with irdsnmi nity for as to the favourers cf they deferve ctlier notice than the law vvnich they always have followed r If fuch irade be in ts will afford no mere auction to it than tlte murders and rapine of the Anredeluvian ages will vield preteCtion to the hke crimes or ever fs late in the Are vc to the of the and to found arguments for their fuijlnt ence from their il we are in our But Alpha declined to fhewThe origin of this his favourite and from what period it has itielf in as it is To Lie labor I am next accmfed of being ic cir naihual principles IKpcli9ic and i leut I Our tine rrinciplts are as very remote from as our policy and intereft is oppoUe to Monvpdj and As free ive hare to jf injuries dor e to the major part of the we are members to by every 1 mean in our to remove na tural tendency muft if net to yct to embarrafs our happy conititution cur tJ punifh nious practices and oppreilne are hkeiy to bring the A iolo 1 reduce to a v This aty is pries In one W METHOD of eailly attaining Italian according to the of with a French and Engliih enlarged with many rides to be and corrected according to the modern orthography Dedicated to the Right Honourable of WES iMOREL Chancellor of the Uni verfity of By DAVID FRANCISCO Matter of the Chaldee and by permiiiion the Vice teaches them in the Univeifity of Printed for the author and fold by Paul in the Strand j in Pauls church yard by and in Oxford j and iu The left eve Taylor afccr v patient i CIS was rcitored to and her eve erfectiv clear lull fj as if it had never been Iavlor can prodtue to nv d pu numberlels initances his of ns will convince tlum perioritv of the of et tracting the chryitalline tlu firli ein in moil fire the d Taylor may be i foreno and conlulted in all ders incident to eyes in tiie of he can fafely he Ins had more expe rience and iuccefs than any in this king s to er e to a to ti e ill1 to n e no rnorel j t I v f he Tt In n y a i ij pjiittu mi I i can n i il fpoken foi ibme cf ;