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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 6, 1766, London, Middlesex Thi Gazetteer and fo BSE DECEMBER HA Y M A 1C E AT the KHWii THEATRE in the A THIS the 6rh will be New Serious TfcAKEBARNE GRAN Tfet conipofed by feveral celebrated WJtb new Dances w a nd tot and Boxes to be put and no admitted without whch will be deli vered This Pay at the faid at half a guinea Firft Gallery Gallery By their MAJESTIES perfon whatfoever to be admitted behind the nor into the The Pit andBoxes will be opened at five To begin at half an hsur after fix oclock Vivant Rex if L A N AT the THEATRE ROYAL m DRURY THIS DAY will be prefented O T H E L L Powell Dodd 5 Palmer Burton j Braniby Hurft 5 Hol land ten To which will be N E CK or N O r H i N The principal parts by MrPihnev Mifs and Mifs Boxes Pit iit Upper Places lor tlxe boxes to be taken of at the COV GA R D E AT the THEATRE in COVENT GARDBNvfaiS DAY will be prefented L O V for L O V JtoTsj Sir Sampfon by Duoftall Hull j Wood ward M Dyer by MrShuter BurJen by Mrs Vincent Pitt by Gardner To which will be HARLEQUIN BQCT OR F by Boxes Pit Fivit Upper Places for iheboxea to ba taken of the Singedo r T the LIT f L B jtHK A r i in the H H on Monday the 8th of Signor Company will exhibit V AR I K TY JfiFW P a K F Q R M A N C Never other Staging by Mi Keen and Vaulting pa the flack by Signor Anting by Ferci ami Mfji Tmnbliag Ty Signor Sturgefs and Ssgnor Dancing on the tight rope by Mils Mufter Signor Signora Signer and Signor Signor Ferci wall jump backwards and forwards over a and takeoff and put on his on tliff tight WUh of activity in Eng land and variety of new The ntoft Airpnzing and diverting performances ontheWreahd Tight Rope bythe MOM KEY he walks and on the tight rope wfth thepeole he and balances various equiubres an the wire with and without the pole he vaults and turns the rope to atumai molt aitoniihing of the kiftd ever and has given general fatisfaftion wherever fte has The whole to concluJe with a hornpipe by MiCs Boxes Pit is Gallery The dcors to be opened at at half an hour after fix Vivant Rex BTo prevent to be taken at the Office of the from nine to It is humbly requeHed that the who Uke wHl fend their fervanfs by five No money to be returned after the curtain is drawn DUBLIN B U T T K TU8T A frefli and now on fole at xf 4d and per as and fine flavoured as any in at HENRY pppofite Aldermanbrury in Likewife nil forts of winter fait and as cheap as at any Ordeis fent from any part the town willbe duly butter and eggs from the country three time a Ttiiday are fublijbfdt price REFLECTIONS on thepment inca PRICE of and che Complaints and Dif turbances atifmg Centaming a full vin dication of the dealers in from the charge of unlawful The labourers hare being eldorn more than a tvre never allows that body of men time or opportunity to raife their thoughts f above or to contelt with the richer for theirS uniefs when brae and great Uiuting thtm in univerfal makes them forget and emboldens them to carve to their wants with armed force and then fometimes they in upon the and fweep all like a But thu raraly hap but in the maladminxHratioa of negleclod or mifmanaged Locke Parted for at in Ludgate A CATALOGUE 01 feveral LiBRAxits PARCELS of BOOKS inclntJing the entire LIBSATUES of WILLIAM Efq and GEORGE MACAU all lately decca T he barks for the moftpart are in exceJlent and very well Which will begin to be Ibid for ready money only the prices panted in the cat on TharicLiy the i8th and continue on fale till the 15 th of March By T H D AV I E In CataloTeaw to be bad price of at the Royal Exchange at Childs Wetcher and Pauls church yard in Holborn Fleetftreet Hmgel Becket and Du in the Strand j haring crofs Pallirallj Shropflure and New Bond ftreet j Piccadilly Fleicher and at Oxford j Fletcher and at Cambridge and at tlse cexjf where full valus is given for any or pafcti ot pa 4ib From the P O L I C BESIDES the attention conftantly given at the above to all informations of rob beries and by one magiftrate always attend ing for that in confequsnce of the encou ragement with which his Grace the Duke of GRAF Firft Lord Commiffioner of his Ma jeftys hath honoured the prefent ufeful plan of Police Public notice is hereby that on every Wednefday morning from eleven to feveral magiftrates at the faid office to hear relating to public nuifances within their in order immediately to remove the if in their otherwife to direct fuch pro fecutions as may be the of relieving the eigd bourhood from the and ta tranfadt fuch other public bufmefs as requires the prefence of more than one For the BENEFIT of The MIDDLESEX For SICK and LAME and LYINGIN By his M A j S T Ys AT the Thaatre Royal in on Wed nefday thej7th will be prefented The PLAIN The Plain Hplland by Palmer Dodd Lord by Parfons Major Love Packer Jerry Yares Councilor Yates Mifs Pope Lee j Widow To which will be The OLD Cautherky Harlow by Packer Hurft by Mifs Pope Mifs To begin exactly at Vivant Rex Tickets te be had at the Hofpital the Rain C the Mount Grofvenorftreet the Tttrk shead Gerrard and of Johnlfon at where places for tht boxes may be DUBLIN JUST a large at DOBS Original Buter Warehouse in remarka ble for importing the belt that country in large and mall die bed fort not inferior to moft of the hngliili butter the fame fort will be continued importing to the above warehoufe all the winter ami for the convenience of priv te familes will put into from eight to twenty pounds in a which will keep it fweet and good to the The prices are as follows The belt Dublin butter at per good at 4d and per aJid lent to any part of the town free of any expence to the buyer with all other forts of Englifti batter and cheefe atthe All orders by letter will be duly complied with as foon as public hofyi maybefnppliedwith any quantity of butter or cheefe on the bell tef DOD on the A SALE of S I L K Now felling under prime coft By order ot the and for benefit cf rhe creditors of James at iheLamb ami near Bilhonf gateftreetj confittingof A Large fbrtnunt of flowered and plain du capes and flowered with variety of half filks and Alfo great choice of black and Norwich fhopkeepers may likewife be fup plied with filks or ftufft confulerably undertheir ori ginal B The leafe of the houfe to be A SALE of TOHN Weaver and atthe J Spital takes tins method to acouamt his friends and the public ia thut he has purchafed a large aflbrtment of mercery greatly under the ori ginal being tlie Itock of two weavers who have declined that bufmefs 5 confirming of bro flowered and plain flowered and plain with choice of half filks and Norwich Crapes and bom As thefe goods are intended to be fold for ready money they will be fold greatly under prime ihopkeepers may be fupplied with any of the above articles on the fame Great variety of falhionable for the prefent DIMSDALE to the inftead of tuking the indecent liberty of pub lifhing infamous and falfe reports ia a newspa Sutton by letter or applied to to know if they were he would have received the following which fiiuls himfelf obliged to give in this dilagree able does not know that he ever faw Sut nevei had any correfpqfndence with him never was at Ingaceltone in his life nor did he in public or private thai be had obtained tha fecret of Suttons But en the has frequently de that he was a ftranger both to Sucton and his that he knew nothing more of them than what he had learned from common re If Sutton had waited a very fliort he would have in an introduction already to a treatife on now in the how little reafon Sutton had to treat in this illiberal Amd as it will be impofiible for Sutton ttfproduce one perfon of credit to iupport his is at los to know how he will account for this unprovoked JULLION begs leave to acquaint the No bility and that flje on bofinefs of her fete at her honie in Coveu the Haymarket and can aflure them has now got a perlbn who is qualified te give en tire fatisftftion in the feveral ofmaking and letting artificial from one fingle toofh to a whole and palate Icaling clean fing the and every oth r article concerning ifioutb he executing the bufmefs altogether on the plan of the late Jallion and he hopes for the continuance of thtir favours where may be had the excellent dentifrice and admirable tincture for cleaning the tetth ajid A S Y L U DIVINE Service wilt be ferforntetl mthc Cbetytlaf this Charity at 1 1 ochck toruorroio te caniimieJ at ibtjame hour every A npuf Organ has anJ feveral alterations and meats made in tbs faid Chapel been found to diffufe a regular and general warmlkt any degree tteet through tbfwhole THE Truftees of the and Fuiham are defired to meet at the KingVarms New on Tuelclay next at 10 oclock in the in to take into confideration an application Parliament for the renewal of their This Diy is publiJbeJ price Dedicated to HUNTER AN ESSAY on the P R A C T I C E of M I D W I F R Minuente Printed for at in Lugafe ftreet and at it Price One Shilling and THE A C C O M JL f S H ED MAID A New Comic As it Is performed at the Theatre Royal in Printed for iii in the Strand and Kichardfon and Uiquhar at theRcyal Ibis day tire Price or MEMOIRS of a MAGDALEN the Hilt ory of LOUISA Now publilhsd from a sriesof oripinnl Prijited for in in the By in a few will be price MOLLY WHITE the WIDOW HEWITCHED A J New This day pries NUMBER of THE favourite fongs in tbe T BUONA Printed aiu bid facing Somerfet in the Of whcm may be juft i of the favourite fongs in Gli price The Cunning with French and Englfh words for the or price T tbeUittriJigned CRI IM PEK FINENT DUBLIN BOY A LOVER of TRtarH and CIVILITY and A To the PRINTER of the LeJ sthers ivriti for Glory or 1mth is conttnt whtn Jhe is fairly The following letter is directed to KOBERT NET Prefident of the Corporation for Seamen ia the MERCHANTS because the Merchants of ENGLAND have no landing Com mititt to whom any thing that might occur from time to tending to promote the honour and interelt of the ihould he prefenled and i would have delivered this in perfon to but that I thought it would look too nuici like privite which is what I Utterly on fuch Hpve revernl t5iTies Attempted to Jay afide the of nMilan vii yet til find with W otiliged to refujne it would any reafonable man of the inve it poffi ble thaf he Merchants of Lon don could be and careleis undsr the im putation of infenfibility or mentioned in my letter of to whch no anivvcr has been given forneof them for five years to have given up the ufe of their by which they greitly wrong the they hold in fo I am Into this cauftick way of from feeing them fo incurioufly change the objeft of thiir without once exprefling either refentment againft thofe who had milled or thanks to thofewh vhadfoftrenuoufly endeavoured tola ve them from notwithftanding this fingle cir cumiance demonftrates beyond a that the well being if not the being of the de pends on the frincMfj andfaatiters of thofe who are appointed toconduct public fources from which all our calamities are appeared fo I would have laid them open to public view near three years in the if my letter had not been rejected un although it contained nothing or which is fuflkient to difplay the grie vous ftate of thoie when it was dangerous to the Bndiftorted If therefore we confent now to leave them in the condition to which the leaders of thofe times have reduced it will furely be allowed us freely to praife thofe who had the virtue to oppofe efpecially as I hava nor defire to the fmalleit perfonal attach ment to any as and have neither hopes nor fears from other than ia common with my fellow fubjects rind thus fituatedj un and I regard the public with King with cjurlitrf with and with Upon this I long ago exprefled my ab horrence of that fervilc adulation that prompted fome perfons to prefent an addrefs in the name of the Merchants of to thofe Ministers who by their uwfkilfulnefs and incapa injured and diminiflied the public and then made ufe of that unhappy circumftniice as a colour for precipi arid an excufe for concluding a peace that fo little defirves the withrut reconciling par only fufgending their that it has been juftly and merits no other defig nation than an Armed jn all human would long have been had it not been for cii cuniftances to which ourewemie wrre reduced atthedcathot his late Ma But can the rhel uichuly ckHiigs in our na tion which followed tnat event he to the perfonal acceflion of the prefent King No eteiied be the thought but it proves again the hpphiei3 or miferv rf a hition is Von the complexion and temper of thoie who fu round the Throne It Heceffiiily follows thit fuch as fnfFer to be fecviced by fear or fvour iky all when thty fee and etl that is contrruy to are not a wrrit bener tlinn trai tors to their snd betrayers cf their On the other it is as the people are and coniened with tiieir thathu be known to the Prince Whoever atrempts to prevent tiis information from reaching hinof the higlieft man can that of perceiv ing every thing itlighed and As tlurefoie a of Harts headed by a Lion is to an cfLiors by a fj if the people wore wif and the King from thefe advantages would be and ferve only toaugment their chagrin and if the Ministers ta men cither of fooiiih or fdtiQi weak orpro fligave It irpy however be that al Uie of I yet pro per ro theninpb firvicss Pittren dered to the vet thn in the trade to NoUh did preJent their thanks to a Noole Lord for gcod the fucccfs of which without derogating from his was wholly owing to the cc urage and abilltjes of Mr In tha conduct of the Merchants has been fo to give it no hardier that it is no wonder they were fo treated by thofe Minirters who and wovld jiave en forced the Stamp and thu have risked the ruin of both the mother her colonies It may alfo he that thnf in that branch when they applied 10 hft were advifed to defire a general nrefinrof and engage ft ch were capable of giv ing counfel or to afford them al their becaufe one memhsr of a hodv cannot but all the rdl nniii hnffaiWmoreor lefs yet they lighted this depwiding on their own and the evenc Jias been accorduig as was friends ancI the whole trade of this kingdom laaeHiflleI in It cannot be doubted hut thofe perfons to dishonour and loft of his Majefty and Pitt from public gracious Sovereign has been uleaed to rtcil ufs all thenart and ftrength to cavntentl hs and prevent him from uni verbal confidence his procurd and whicn is fo to rCod that it Js on all asVrh iheir country iu and their Kinr reign m t exert endeavors to defat ihedeligjis of hir As Iheonly ro fo prr let all who regard the earaeftiy endeavour to engage the of the City of and thofe be in town from other to meet at a convenient time and conlider the general bte of and tbe nunns likely to revive improve if for I it will beccnfiff that were never in fo a hhution infon from the fiucluatmg ftate of public perfom or foretgn conneftiors which frvbihty and certainty in public as a founda tion to engage in them with cannot now take any meafures fo as to proceed in them with fa fince they cannot fonn any probate Con jedlure on the fmallsft future profpect the con quences of fuch a ftate of fufpenfe are too obvious need became they can end in nothing but a general the efieft of which wifi produce the moft dreadful of whJch firing fymptoms are already In order therefore to prevent fuch terrible fcenej as mutt in a Ihort take place it k neceflary for all fuch as would obtain or charaaer of honett men and good to their Ipmt and in defence of their KiiJ an whofe intercft and honour are as it is the bappineft of the ruhjeclthatgivei luitreto the whatfoever tarniflies thf onl will diminifh the For this reafon every wr man will be no left tender of the than careful ot it is the nght of the King to apnoinr for which he is accountab e than as he makes by his d the welfare of his w hich n fary to his comfort and fatisfaftion it follows fh that they fail in their duty as mud when they S them elves content without when tW complain without catife for a Border within like a concealed Cpreuds with fury when it once breaks Hence as dear as the light at noon tbatwlien fuch perfons o the higheft puWiq have m the moft eminent and elf proved their abilities by tbe jutt andL charge cf employment former o fion it mdifpenfably the dutyef the their fatisft it is alfo their trueft intoreft feecau Mill require proofs of pohlic of a contrary chanter always look on of eftntt and to execute unlels rebliucy Oppor But to put beyond queftion the uk bcir this fpirited conduit on the of r d fence of the we meed burlo a ;