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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 8, 1766, London, Middlesex and DEC MR K HAY A R E THEATREin the roKrT 9 ta Coteic l 3 Cf N A T IG LlV OL comjiojjfed by Signer Niccolo WiAnew and no perfoni to be whch will be deh the foid at half a gujnea Fira Second Gallery By thek MAJESTIES whatfceyer to be admitted behind the nor into the TEfce Pit will be opened at five To begin at half an after fix oclock Vifrant Rex j O K if LA T the TtfBATRE ROYAL in TftJS DAY will be prefented TWL FAIR P E N I T E S JJaiterd j Holland Ix j Packer j Ofe Y A T E will Iw C K S p i The principal parts by Mifs Ply and Mifs Firtt Upper r the boxes to be taken of at the eOV E N f1 G A R i K Nr THEATRE in COVENT J5 AY will be prefented ML NJ P L I S H E D MA I Tfce principal parts by Mi6 f by Mils FIRST N I S A L By A U C T I O J To begin exaflty at fijc of tTIHE ENTIRE of the A late SAMUEL and By SAMUEL At his houfe in Vor Covem Catalogues to be had gratii of in Paternofterrow j and at the place of To the Warjbipful the PrtfiJtnit andtherejl 9f the Gonjerifefsof Tbtmcut YOUR Vote and Interett are humbly requefted for Attorney at to fucceed the Morfe as Clerk to your Hofpital he having ferved his clefkftiip with formerly Clerk to the faid bofpMal and having been a candidate when the late Morfe was The whrch was appointed to be Tomorrow the is now for Wednefday the at tweve oclock pr vjuit r LE Tilt r the the 8th of will exhibit a by other Vaulting oa thftftackrtipeby SigtvUr Dancing by rumbling by Signer iuiawwv JHnjCirj Wiuiawwv Sturgefs and Signer JHnjCirjg on the tight rupe by Mifs Signora ftinir ntrSinor Siner Ferci r tinir Signer Ferci back wards and forwards over a and nd on the of fttvity nevsrfeeri in Sag imd of iiifprij3wg and ctA the Hope Jsjr on tigftt raff with fbepeole j the tiie ces xperienced this new if known to the Jt who h s 6 l and at the Spitalf nt his and a helias Purthafed mercery greatly und betng thettockof hnad that Bttfinefs j confining of tifl flowered and plain fowered with choiot and black Norwich andb A hfe fold for W greatly may be JfcewUe with ariy of above articles on AefilS Tbii day are Price or in two neat MEMOIRS of a MAGDALEN the of LOUISA Now published trom a feriesof original Printed for in the By in a few wril be price WHITE WIDOW B8WITCHEP A 4 CArALOGlTt ot feveial LiERAKiTs and PARCELS of including tlic entire LIBRARIES of WILLIAM JOHN and MACAU all lately decea The books for the moft part are in excellent and very well b Which will begin to be fold for ready money only the prices printed in cat ilcgu on Tharfdiy fhe and continue on lale rill the of March By T H D A V I E In Rufltilftreefe to be had price firothy at the Royal Exchange j at Childs c jffcehouff t Fletcher and Pauls chuch yarrl in Hollxjrn j Fleetftreet Hingel Templebar j Becket and in the Strand j crofs j Pallrrall j Shropfliire and New Bond ftreat PJccftditly Fletcher and at Oxford Fletcher and at Cambridge and at the place of where the full value is given for or parcener A caiceand valuable including theLibrarieg ol feveral efninsnt per lately many of tliein on Royal fupcrbly bound in i and Ruflia leather feveiuj theufarid volume inall fcitncea and branettes of Taripus iaa and fine condition amongst wkich is a Wable colleiHon of aw begin Ve the ioweft priated ja the on Wirfiaqj oppofite l Hrttreen in Of may be had the vajue in ready money for any or par cel Catalogues be had the foliowing bQokfeliers in Bond rtttj at CharingcroYs in the Strand nar ih Churchyard Brother Cdrnhill j the phce ef Id ten jiluftrated with To wlueh is a Plan of Ancient Rpne on a larg with a difcnption of the wliich may be Jiacl fepa Price Hiftory of the Roman frpm Augutlus to Conftantine Briber R of RollinsHjitory of the Printed for ar Lu4 Where may be the to compleat Gentlemens of the Roman with Copper Rollias Ancient Hiftory of the with Copper D An villas Setof Maps ol Ancient Geogra Price K3h Fer tbt Uttmfantd The Navy and Army Sec A Deicription of two curiouj To the PRINTER of the allowed by all that we are a trading nation j an4 I be Shofft Ujere is no doubt toit there fome braachej of conynerce and Others to the The prefent intereftiiig that has occafioned fuch a clamour ajnoagft is agayyft ihe a people a nation for enhananjB jhe price of their coijnawdhies but how frr to iw a very dcufettut 4 It W be taken Jbr men who Itare rajfed cr propagater that ua fcarcity De England And if r eaTly is foam to be the Upon proper I for ray that the High Court of would not only Aop i Thw know is no uncommon thing in to have the price of M I look uxm bread to be W it their But yoa will pwaijt m5 to fliat I dont upan the moll and the belt joCermatioo t Coulrf all that f by very little of the haw foroe 1 numbly by itj upon pro per am pejrfuatiefd in my own that there will be found at mueh whekt in as fufficient toferve thfc far bread almoft two One reafon alledged for the fuppoftd is the failure in the I do not imagine will turn oyt much as is generally apprehended for I had an of feeing the corn the ground in May through almoft half the couRties when it had a moft promifing me at as it has been my trade all my may prefame to fay am no incom petent On tb other I readily acknowledge from the middle of there came a very rainy continued for the fpace of two months an 1 upwards no hurt the corn bath in the fetting and filling of the qnd confequenffy mnft be a drawbafcic in its when it comes to bethrefhed up for that I that tbcie was at leait one third mdre whici upon tlie will makeit in gene ral turn out not that yepy bad is fo loudly complained I am c rtain frbmmy amdthat of feveral neighbouring who hve already niaJs trial rsf peft to their But the reafon for giving you or the public this is a vef j an Unfurmount atjle difficulty that we in this remote and thiny irihahi ed are laid by pub lie authority obliging Us to all our corn to marker I muft beg leave to inform among we cannot conlurne one fiftieth part of tlje efpecially tbe that we com monly It is not for that we cunivate with fo much imiitftryand expence this to fnch an extent f bur asa real merchandrze to 1upply our neighbours that ftand in need and more ufe for bread than our poor labouring people can affyrd to So that if the indulrriourfrrmer js netpermitted to fend his grain to the next to funply the demands from other parts of he it mvlt lie as a drug upon kis hislabouf and expence be entirely he obliged either to throw up his or apply his land to fome other that will better reward hit pains an1 to afltire you of the truth of what I I fhallbe willing to undertake with any perfbn who thinks proper to fend pf wfeeatto any por on this fide the Land or as farf uth as at the rate of five fhiliiflgs per prime and per bufliel for fo We our grain away in bulk and I will yenture to affure that every buftiel fliall wtifh fifty fix j and you wH permft me taobferve to you we fentl otir grtiiri to any foreign as malt which makes So upon the the ought ntKV as I to exceed thrfe fer and miller well paid for upon if of the kingdom can be fupplied with bread at this fhfre wjllbe no I to of either dearth or fittd takenofice of tnefe propofals an advefttferattit in the GAZET thVy may depend upon hearing further from wifh an my name and place of In jiie mean tirot I beg leave to fublcribe andihe public FARWR in Northumberland i i i i j To the of the GAZE FT Juclah t Lions from the my thou art heitoopsd he couched as a as an oldLion who roufe him v the drapery out of the field with qut I fjiall flow ufe ntyt utmoft ftrength o animate caufe Gonfcious their caufe too wea4c to ftand the public they will now Jay fhe GrandTiibtinal of the in hopes of better facccfs there it wouM be ungenerous to Jbutit the higheft prudence net on the field of as a token of buttopurfOe a routed till you have Mm yrirh fliall keep up and as it is in could fuccefs but let nat him that girdeth boaft as that putteth it off thuigRareiweighedina juit bailance but how the fcale tviH is only known to Him who into eternity under his au fpcious through his infinite wifdom and the deligns of our The the KRINTER of the ihe of every honeft o fees anattempt to impofe upon government the fallecolouringof felfiih to exert him in its true light any point which may commerce and welfare tc untry jAnd when fo delicate an affair is on as the introducing the ihanufaaures of its fortnidable rivals ioto a country able to fuppy ardclftftf luxury ot convenience by the labour own a miniitry will be very cautious and attend carefully any that may be offered towards enabling them t joKge properly of the I am to a cer that the fcultoms will be largely aug by the repeal of the Cambrick andfhat to any of our own on the I not oalf tWi arslikely to fuff ivery but that thsre will be found a ficiency of more than double the fum in tlitf which this duty upen French lawns is bring to the Cuftoms For the promoters of this who are the principal ftippoft of the Black bum have openly that it they carry they will immediately lay afide the printing a brandi of the utnolt confsquence to this wlxicli employ upon the loweft computation an hundred rfits much the greater part of whom have it not in thtir power to turn their handsjto any other are now in the of I leave to abler enlargement of this and the detriment to the Scotch and Irifh fhould the repeal take fatisfied for the prefent that this hint willencourage fome other to take up the fn as to avert a meafure fo deftruclive to the public N E D 11 INTELLIGENCE for the THE Right Stanley is nppohued tof ferer of the in the of Lord The Duke of Bolton to be Oovrnor of the Ifledf in tiieroom of Lord of to e Chief Juftce In EyreSourh of in the room of Lord Lord Conrtabieoi in the room of Lord It is and public may be afiiirdof that there is a firm urhn tween ihe Earls of isute and It is aid the Earl of Eteagham wiil be Earl dial of which place his father enjoyed for many It is faid a certain Nobleman demanded the fion of tvo and anothtr perfon eiuincnt n as a article to his coming into The Lite re they not dhufing ta in to be drawn into mea which they muft have been retpunfibJe It js faid the great f0 far from being in timidated by the late is more firm eveiin prolecuting his of It re now confidently tliat the parliament have taken into their con lideration the pay of the re duced officers of his Majeltys and have thought it fo very to theeven cjecent ltippQrt of their different ranks in that they intend to increafe the half pay of the liemenants who rank as Captains fcvin two fiiilHjige a day to three mil lings the Matters and who rank Majors from four fiMUHignto five and the Pott Captains who rank as Coloiicls thaiaxe now upon fuur hiflings to fix Among the many government of we Uearit is intended for the future to omit the lace on feldiers of the will this be a faviqg t the government or ta the Colonels only Whether will the cloaths wear fo long without as with And how can each corps be dilt io feell as by thediflferentlacei now We are that the hifpenfion of fome muity laws of good Queen in a pleafcnt ut ten miles weft of this has been producVrve of mash fin and iniquity the parrona of the new ntaneuvre have determined to provide a prieft in order the mere readily to bring the delinquents ro from the LONDON GAZETTE ThCKJags jjaityw Ihis day his the Duke of Cumberland by his Majeltys introduced into the PrivyCouncil by the RigUt Honourable the wf Lord Pnfiderit j and his Royal Highnefi took his place at theLouncil Boar This day the Right Honourable John Shdlev Treafurer of his Majeftyli by his commandj worn of I it Majeitys moft Honourable Privy and took his place at the board The marriage of the Royal was with great in the Horal Tudday j after which Royal fupped iivpubiic with the Qfl whole town was and the Royal family pafld three hours in a tour through the to lee the illuminations BANKRUPTS Richard of in the county of to furrcnder the i jth and and ifrth oi at ten io the at William of dealer and to Juirender on the i6th at four in the on theazi at ten in the andjth of January at four in the at Andrew of to furrender the i3th and i6th and mb of at ten in che at Frederick of London toJunender on the i3th and jith ioft ten in the and 7th of at lour IT the at nouns nowoi late of dealer and to fur render on the loth and and i7th of fa at four in the at GuildhaJ Francis Smith ahd ihomas or the dry of bakers and co partners to furrender on ifith inft S of at tour m the at Guild Mary Ornfby of North in the county flap chandler and to render on the and at in the i and i7th of at three in the ahur a appointed for mating tbebivUtnb of eftates to r f of in county of Sa 31 ft witatelewn in tLforl at the irm in tie place ;