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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 13, 1766, London, Middlesex 1 S A T U R D A Y D E C B E K HA V M A R E AT the THEATRE the HAY THIS the ijth will a new Comic L A B U O S A F I G L I U O L The Mufic corftpofed by SignorNiccolp With new Pit and Boxes to be put and no perfon to be admitted vrithout will be deli vered This Day at he at half a guinea Firft Gallery Second Gallery Bytheir MAJESTIES 14s perfbn whatfoever to be admitted behind the nor into the TUie Pit and Boxes will be opened atfive To begin at half an tour after fix oclock Yivant Rex The Serious which was to Kave been performed This w obliged to be deferred on ace Hint pf the indilpdfitionL6fone of the D K U K V L A AT the in THIS DAV wifl be presented called I he li A R L of 1 he principal purts by Mifs and To which will be P O L LY H O N E Y C O M Yates Scribhie for jd tints Dodd by Bradfhauj Benaet j Mifs Baxea Pit Firft Upper Places for the boxis to be taken of at C O V N r tj A X O K AT the THEATRE in COVENT THIS DAY wiU be prcfented The S QJJ I of A L S A T I The Woodward Belfond Smith Htitl j Sir William SHUTER Sir Edward Gibfon Htt by Baker by Burden j Mifs Vincent 5 To will he HARtEQlHN DOCTOR by Boxes Pit Firlt Places for theIroxesto be takenot at the i AT the LITTLE Ih TffAxMAR on Monday of Sigaor PLAClDps Company will exhibit V Y of NEW P E K FORM AN Never attempted by other Singing by Mi and Vaulting on the flack rope by Signor Dancing by Ferci and Mifs Tumbling by and Signor on the tight rope by Mifs Mafter Signor Signora Placidoj Signor the iight rope with two boys tied to his and two on his aify will play on the violin and without a i With feveral feats never teen in Eng land and variety of ntw The moft furpiiring and diverting performances bn the Wire and Tight Rope by the MONttEY j lie walks and dances on the tight rope with he and balances various equilibres en the wire with and without the pole he vault t and the Catherinewheel on the flack rope to This animal is the moft alfonifhing of kind ever and has given general wherever he has exhibited The whole coaclude with a hornpipe by Mifs Pit Gallery The doors to be opened at begin at half an hour after fee Vivant Rex To prevent places to be taken at Office of the from nine to It is humbly requeltedthat the who take will fend their fervants by five No money to be returned after the curtain is drawn For the E r i T ot The MIDDLESEX For SICK ami LAMB and LYING IN By his M A j E S T Ys AT the Theatre Royal in on VVed nefday the will be prefented The P L A I N D E A L E The Plain Holland by Palmer Dodd by Parfons Major Love PackerjJerry Yates Gemn feller Baddeley Moody Yates Mifs Lee Widow To which will be The OLD Caacherley Harlow by Packer Heart Hurft Baddelsy by Mifs Pope Mifs To begin exactly at Vivant Rex k Tickers to be had at the the Rain how Carnhill the Mount coffeeho Grofvencrftreet 5 the Turks head Gerrard ftreet j and of Johnrtort at th where places for the boxes may he To ilia PAWNBROKERS and Public AAKEN oo the highway on the of Novem X ber as h is by a perlbn this day cammitted from this A French made winds up on the which is a gold key in the form of a a gold bed houk And as here is reafon to watch has been either purdiaftd or taken into fledge by mif take fit having been already is pofitfisd are deureJ immediately to produce as matter of evidence for the There was found in thecuitody o the above Jirifiner which is fufnefted to have belonged to forne taken on the highway a vhite fwi vel the jmprefiion on one fide a the tjthtr a coat of a chevron between e whjrroyr by the name of Tre rfues this fort offpindle women make ue of to fpin not at the but at pur on thtir girdle impald with argenron a two of the firft name of this is not lu clear as tiie and the fame as Jord j the Tout vient de C R N E L Y S begs leave acquaint Ttt E N O B I L I T Y and SUBSCRIBERS to The SOCIETY in That the third Meeting pn rhojfday the 18th Ladies and Gentlemens own chairs are to come to the door Suttohilreet hackney chairs and carriages to the doors in Sohofquare and to prevent any danger to themfelves and damage to their carriages cattie Ladies and Gentlemen ate iljrreated to inrfheiftomrriands to tbeir to fet themdown an 4 take them heads towards futrcribers who Heir are defired to write the names of the perloiis to whom they prefent Dtcember FTERthe very many falle repbits that had been though praife be to jultict 1 wuffeBuitlly at fur thefe fix years with the iniquitous deligw oE Itriking at the in the accompliming the ruin of of Sohofqiiare of wluch flie could great variety of were not too many and too notorious to require the lealt enu meration ihe led to flitter at the tQngue of CALUMNY had nothing left to advance againft her but experience now convinces her of her and gives her every toal fert as incontrovertible pofiiionb thai the lies of RANCOUR are as as the drops which cdmpofe the vaft expanded ocean that MHLE has no fooner marked her objeft for de than me becomes wholly unrelenting and unwearied in the profecution of lur diaboiical in tent the more frequently the more ardently purfuing warranting the feemjng tliac ificreafe of appetite CAN groaj on ivbat it feed Comely s has thought it a duly owing to her felf and family to lay before the public few curfcry reflections not with the candid and the iheywiU have cherr proper weight j at w iekedriefs of an almoft report ot the iaft that jffte was jiftgone off ta icith many Jand to the ivtal ruin of feveralof lur Confcious let her lay of her own AND AND FROM PRINCIPLE as he is ready to frc pnici of THOUSAND POUNDS thefe thir teen lilOntlS TO DISCHARGE EVERY JUST DE MAND to in it fo fmgularly Ci and that he could never have been periuaded ol its finding fuch a ge neral if the intelligence ihe received from va rious and the particular aflurancec of per fons of the higbeft ranlf and of the actual exiftence of iuch an extenfive had not placed beyond the poffibility of a Cocnelys cannot bat that the uWfAj inventor of this przbjble tale whoever the party maybe has inadvertently overiiv t the intended mark j as he bai the favourable on Thurfday to f a nunvercrus affembly of the Mobility and Gentry of the utter filfhood and conlummate malice cf the and did hxr the honour to exprefs the rtrongeit k tisfaction but realbnably enter tain the wannelt every future effort to prejudice her with in meet with all the and all the which fucli unmerited treatment loudly and jujtly But asthe and not the is ever to be ad verted and as the fidt af thefe is highly criminal in the prefent c Cornelys hereby offers a reward of ONE HUNDRED POUNDS for thedifcovery uf the author of this to bs paid on conviftion of the ollen7 der j and a gratuity FIKTY POUNDS on the ju dicial proof ofany perfon fpieaJing fuch infamous report As a fait witiin twi and me is ruauy people have done although fuch peifon be the original propagator the S S Y L U DIVINE Service will be performed in the Chapel of this Charity at i j oclock tamorrova To be continued at the fame hour every A new Organ has been and jevcral and imf rite ments made in the f aid means have been fount tiiftufg a reguLuand general to degree nee be i lie fc i X 1 U N 1 G By A U C T I O To begin exaftly at fix of THE ENTIRE and VALUABLE LIHRARYofthe late SAMUEL and By SAMUEL Book At his houfe in Catalogues to be had gratia of in w at the p ice of W A Partner in the bilk W Laving by a between thirty and forty years f af credit tation has had the chief of a trade fourteen of a naturaily induftrious is as well fiuiated forbuIuvefs as any in conveniency forware principal tiear wirh the a J vert i by addreflinga lina with their real names at Baktrs in hall have an anivver cither iu or trom the principal To prevent trou or attorney will be and none need apply un Itfs they can advance thoufand the trade and ifnotof the fix The molt preiioiind lecrecy may be depended and therefore Any elderly perfon in the trade willing to declin all or would be very agree Ibis Day price Containing a great number of ORIGINAL extremely interelling to the THE CONDUCT of the LATE ADMINI STRATION With an AP confuting of ORIGINAL and AUTHENTIC Printed for oppcfite Burlingtonhoufe i in Of whom may be A New Edition being fourth of the HIS TORY of the late from 1762 to Price and fyeedily lotif be price A SPEECH in JJtfcace of the CONSTITU agaiijil the SUSPENDING and DISPEN SING It is but forty days tyranny at Pr If gem to re S P E F I C P O W D E R for PuvftisiES and THESE Powders were happily invented by a pliy fieian cf ths now retired fr6m who them for in his pri vate praitice wirh tbe greatelt fuccefs and found them to be the molt lure and efFiftuor remedy for all difbrdersin the They without far beyond other the moil certain in pisurifies and all pleuretic removing almoft immediately all pnins and Hitches in thetiKeaft and they as fure a ipeciric gainfl as the bark ia againft agues and iiuermittnig They are alfo the fivrcit and inolt jowerful remedy in all kinds and of even the werlt and having often the lungs when ulcerated to a great tiegree and are of the iei vice in all coughs and oonfumptive preferving by their the lungs from or healing them wheu ulce The public may be thefe powders are no quack but the long itnuAy of an eminent phyfician and that they will have thegood efFsas abovemenioned being the molt efficacious me licine for pleurifies and coniuinpucnt in the whole materia povrdera will keep and efficacy for many and acy And as they are a remedy to b depended on in all confutnptive if proporly and aie difpofed of in this rnanner for the more general be nefit of the fo we by no have the public deceived in their by taKing one or IAO papers of will cure n consumption tor peoples own good reafon mull tell that when the lungs are hurt ic muJt be fome weeks Isidore any medicine can polfibly heal and make them found again But if wiUtake them according to the for a tew they even in the con expect a Thefe powders are fold by BOOK near in by no other at five hillings the fix wilh printed Ihey ivntld not baite been ivcrc i not at the yufl of fevered health has been tliemt ivbtfi dcjpaired and whojuigedii bewant tatbe afflided tikicpibirn nay ioitger Hi at the defire of ieveral of the has put oiT his CONCERT till aner The fijft Concert will be on Friday the yth of As no money will be taken at the thofe Ladies and Geftfltthen who intend to honour Hay with ttuir requeued TO fend intheir that their may be delivered in due Subiaiptiens are received by at hoaie in Upper Grofvenoiitreec j nd bv HitK ibis day j THE EARL WARWICK the King and Sublet a Printed kr at ia Pattrnofter For ittters jgned A A LOViR of niy COLTN To the PRINTER cf the AM gad to the attention of It the public fumciently engaged upon the fubjtcl of the Camhrick indignatiii is jultly roufed again the auchois of an inlidious atempt to itealupon the nation a repeal of the merely for the of a few opulent wJiile fifty thoufand induftrious poor would be there by involved in the deepelt This is a national It is particu lar intereils of or cf that cf one corpo ration in oppofition to another or of one manufac ture in preference to another but the and profperity of this in oppofuion to that of our rival and 1 he queftion rs iolves itfelf to whether you will fupport the ma nuinfture of already eftablifhed in great per and cberifh that of Cambricks juft beginning to raile its or by one raflv crufh both at and effellually prevent all attempts for the to acquire fo valuable and extenfivea fource employment for our Jtis vain to tht henceforward any fej of men in this will be under the ot to fet un a manufacture in to if after with M tiie ditHculties and difcourAgements of a new un andjuit beginniuvto kirmomt Lv all at once only and i ivni t ioofe Upon from Scotland of valt import of proved by ftstjd iiave dropped that and purely to as no wile fay they interfering with the othir But is this It is the dWerenee bet wee i Lawns and only in the cloftneii or dearueis of and who can pretend to fey where tho to be itnick if the French lend in a real Lawn the denomi nation of a thin wlio il upon oatii cofi them The wlio are moft zealous for the fs fenfihleof that at this very while they are atempring to impofe on the public with this fjrecious andflerting ihe introduition of Csni bricks can nowifft nfttft the ihi rations give i the lie to their and they actually refufe to I purchafe any of the Scotcii till fee if the prohibition taken off the French Ihave been laid too one of gen at their Ml our of xfikm regard for mother and for the pvor devils of moved thtm fix jiionths to fell off their rtock on hind motion for infolence aad fit to be propofe in fixwordiiefs and rontemptible an A parcel of met to tils cf their and then to that it fliouil he to time bs fore it The propofii of time to fell off vvh t on w rtj n jjrocf thrir they thought the trade would Ke at anend If and vry uou a prohibi tion ef any foreign commodity tiiar earner in com perition with to allow crraiu timefor the difpofal of the frock on hand but it is the fir ft time that ever it was to be as a favour that our own be al lowed a proper time to fell all to feivplace to thofc of a foreign I am fenCble rhatjevtrsl of ths drapers werehur risd ints this tiny feena true of the or had cohli dered the fclfinterrit Ts a excellent and often dazzles the Thry fee more aad honeiiiy the As to thofe in tend to prefent a petition to will be their portion they in their and their naint be at full with the numbers of tbafhorielt men may know how to Hinn and as they There livesan Emmy to bis Cow A my I learned writing the above letter that the Ambafldor has been to on the Crrr of wirh upon the affair of the impjrcation of It is faidhe offered an equivalent to the trade of Eng No rirgnment be more Cnohiirvs arainlt the Repeal fmn rhefe propyils fhe trapjs pre the ofCJiimbrirks wry id not be i increuffd by taking ofF the j quantity only would be with this of paying a duty to ihe of bei j rm in by Can we inv grue that the a wife and politic would offer an equivalent for or fo Zealous for thefinan r m t i ccsof as to turn vjajs and meansmen our Exchequer Cur iuielligcnt was not tote impDitd he knew chtir prpolkl tobi in and theireqiiivalcn wilh a dignity becoming his rejsfttd VisDEXsffftfiJ en mature is cpprekendeJ miLt be ana ho natt and dangeroujly in fiall always think cur paper ititb this able writers our js not endun i This notice have but j the ef fe important a and the Jf agrteublr iratmjlancg of brng obliged To fsfine a wrote occaftonad tkt P O M E G A is undrr lie mo1 e I fur to of n heard any tiling ii ie wiiicii tne Ir nor one tended to H tte Legiilature rhre was not a Kig vf cither or in die tliought it nd topro the ufe of theft comrn cjming from sn bs when we Jiaie it in cur power to flippy them for opening a door to a rival mnniitaclure Can it be only for the paltry expedient 3 revenue to tiie ftate Jf this is an argument it is equa gyot f of allowing all rs of ro eign ro He upon payment of Silks mould not be excluded j and even the Staple of mould be that by the impor tn of French cloths the King might receive five per a the the nation lofe the other on the whole The drapers indeed da not infift at prefent on the innoductioa of Lawns Ever L O N D o Yefterday the mails from and which a dreadful at in thtirct of Ji 94 a m lie M iUr woulci a VCP hy thdi f dons r in rent pirts At ii truit the olivetrees aie ely K vvrire from Herditnry Pnncc of jclty on tlic jstli sna to ftw days on heard au fo tussrtne return to u G1 Letters from is feired the whcli is thought to hlvs the greatei weight in O pofition to the French King s will occaficngreat diforfws inihat The Maichionefs de la fen to the Bif where de U Chalotais is to be very ill 1 here is a confirmation of the ekape of the Count de who is got into by meaiii as it is of relays of Knglilu which P r0nLtherotlty nd vslec e chambie is refted for aftfted him t w4u ef ius apartment ia the cf ;