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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 6, 1766, London, Middlesex FEBRUARY H AY K E M R A T t 8 fc K IMGs THEATRE in the THIS DAY will be performed a New called S F ON IS B The Mafic entirely compofed by Sicnior With rfew new and deco Vit and boxes to beput and no to be admitted without which will fe delivered at the faid at half a fcuinea each Gallery five 6 By their MAJESTIES JJo perfon whatfosver to be admitted behind the nor into the The pit and will be opened at five1 To begin at half an hour after fix Vivant Rex AT the Theatre Royal in THIS DAY will he prcfented The The principal parts by Mifs and With the H R M I C O V E N T G A R D E AT the Theatre Royal in THIS DAY will be presented The M I S T K The principal parts by Wood Mifs Wilfordj Mifs With M ID The T the Little Theatre near the THIS and EVERY till The L E C T U R E on HEADS will be delivered by a YPUNG who never in The doors be opened at and to begin rat fix Boxes 43allery To the f U B L I Afterteveralcf our and the have with various made wry faces for the amufcment of the permit a Woman to at tempt the arduous tafk of laughing the Men out of their follies that while he at the ridicule of vices peculiar to the other ihe will by no means fpare the flighted foible of Sir 2s the Right the the tie reft of the Mobility and Subfcribers to tke iedetjifnr ike Encouragement of Manufactures au LOP DS and E place of Regiffqr to your Societybeing va J cant by the refignation of I am many of sny friends to myJelf toTucceed and moil humbly beg leave to fo licit the favour of your intereftin my behalf and I will not thought vanity in if upon thatl would not prefume to gnake application for the if I did not think myfelf well qualified to diicharge the duties ef ittto or that my abilities atafufficient recommend me to your or your choice of I my Lords and Your humble JOHNSON be opppfite Lord Hollands in A convenient houfe for large of two rooms and a light clofet on a hbufekeepers fervants and a large kitchen feparate from the witk and good Enquire at Taylors carpet near Jamess Picca haberdaftier and burnt out tram the Packhorfs and Star in now removed on the Royal up the Great Stairs from Cornhill where he is ftling the remainder of his goods faved fromthe late wholefale and re at and under prime coll where merchants and hopkeepers maybe fupplied with a very great va riety of haberdafhery and millinery gooas among which there are near v yards of Blond black minionet laces and which wilibe eld exceeding Black figured mode from t Black trimmed with from to White and coloured from Fineftnff quilted from to Quilted Perfian from to Black fattin from Coloured from to White figured fattin for cloaks 6d per Great variety 6f Itriped and flowered rib f Some Jackanot and Book D In Elegantly in two volumes SMOLLETTS TRAVELS through ITALY and In a Series of This day is An elegant and correct printed on a new letter and on a fuperfine royal in 5 price five guineas THE of Lord Chancellor BACON with his Mare complete than any hi therto Printed for in the Where may be Miltons Profe in 2 royal price Sidney on with his Life and Let royal Bacon on the Laws and Government of Eng royal Locke on royal Burns Ecclefiaftical 2 i i M His Juftice of Peace erParifh i i i Another in ih Landlords and Inhabitant of Hotifesjituate in tVt and Private Paffages of the Ward of farringdan OU are defired to meet your brethren at the Mitre tavern in on Wednefday the at feven oclock in the evening to con cert proper meafures for averting the impending in eumbrance which it is apprehended will otherwife Shortly fall upon confequence of the petition depending in parliament for and pavmg the city of by laying a tax of I in the pound on all our which is and in fome cafes treble to what our houfes now It is propoied to chufe two or more perfonj tq confer with and form a in conjunc tion with the like number appointed by each of the ether Wards of this City each of which Wards it is to be hoped will follow the example of this and meet refpectively oh or about the for the like Ibis day u price RIOHTS of PARLIAMENT en oecafion of the AMERICAN STAMP refed to the People of Great Onmem humanique moris memoriem Cum noa peregrtnaque patriis eft prifcis prze Ufas et confuetndo parlamenti eft lex parla Lex parlamenii eft lex Lex Angliz eft lex Lex Terras eft fecandum Magnum Printedfor Almonoppofite in an4fold iikewfe Williams in Fleet ftrest KearflyinLudgateitreet and Bladon in Of whom may be juft Humes Hiflory of 6 royal Another on in 8 His Eflays and in 4to Aaother in Robihibns Hiftory of z me dium i Molheims Ecclefiaftical a An Application of fome General Political Rules to the State of Great and In a Letter to the Right Earl Price An Account of a late Conference on fome Affairs The LATE OCCURRENCES in and Po licy of Great confidereeh Price t The NECESSITY of Repealiag the American Stamp Price The GRIEVANCES of the Colonies candidly ex Written by the Governor of and printed by authority of the Aflftmbly Price r on behalf of the Written Price A and NECESSITY of He Price Defence of the Provincial f The Charters at length Price At the feme placet may alfo be A New and Correct Edition of the K Price opty withai ti By the KINGS granted at the 6th of December Dedicated to his Grace the Duke of This day is price only Each Number to be embellifhed with two folio Copperplates j the Whole to be adorned with Engravings of the Arms of all the the Premiers in their parliamentary Robes and Ge nealogical exhibiting the Defcents and Bilateral Connections of each Family NUMBER Of A COMPLETE ENGLISH Con taining a and Hif torical Account ef the Peers of this By the ALEXANDER Chaplain in Ordinary to his and Chaplain to his Grace the Duke of Printed for the Author and fold by and in Paternofter Row j in New Bondftreet Richardfon and at the Royal Exchange at Oxford Fletcher at Cambridge Ethering atYork at Newcallle Smith and at Dublin and all other Bookfellers in Great Britain and This work will be printed in on an ex ceeding fine and will be comprized in Two large It will be executed on a very extenfive and will be completed in Eighty as near as can be calculated but if it fliould exceedOne Hundred the overplus will be delivered Each Number contain Four Sheets of and Two folio price only Number may be read to form an opinion of its and may lie if not Perfons inclined to be encouragers of this and who chooie to appear as are defired to fenc their names and addrefs to any of the Publishers Number was publifhed on Saturday the 25th of 1766 and the fucceeding Numbers wiUbe pliblifhed Weekly without interruption til the Whale is Any of the 0r Gentlemen allied to the who are poffelfed of any materials that will illuftrate this on the horteft no be waited upon bythe and the favour gratefully TINCTtfRE of for preventing the de cays of and lengthening human prepared by It is a innocent and effectual It continues health and fpi rits to the fextream of preferves the faculties arjd warms the and ftrengthens the The whole frame becomes and more on taking it the is and the tfmbs are free and pliant the head is clear and and the heagt light and Its j effects upon the fpirits to regulate their motions 1 equally compofing them when raifing them when One dofe will bring con It prevents the diforders that attend a fe dentary habit pad numbnefs of the hardnefs of dimnefs of giddinefsof the ftiffnefs tremlshngs is good againit eftabliltfid lethargic and to nrevent the re turns The dofe is a tea fpoonful twice a at twelve at and it night going to a wine glafs of cold It is fold in bott in and in In a few days will be In two price A Second by Printed for Keatfly in Ludgateftreet Walter at Charingcrofs and Young at the Royal The Author begs the favour of the Sub fcribers to lend for their and pay their fub fcriptions to either of the abovementioned book This day is Part the in Price One Pound Ten in beets To which are added a Supplement and with a general and chronological which complete TJIOGRAPHIAERITANNICA The Lives Jj of the mod Eminent Perfons who have flou riuied Great Britain and from the earlieft Ages down to the prefent Times Collected from the bell both printed and manu fcrif and digefted in the manner of Bayles Hiftorical and Critical Printed Davis and Bald Hruvesand Clarke and will be The THIRD EDITION of A NARRATIVE of the EFFECTS of KEYSERS ANTIVENEREAL In which all the arguments againit this celebrated by anoiivmous authori or whether actuated by or are entirely re Its Analyfis by the Members of thu Royal Academy of By of Oxford by at the Pauls I fTt This day are Elegantly printed in fmall price bound plain or eieganely bound and giltj MORAL and POLITICAL DIALOGUES 5 with Letters on Chivalry and the ihird To which perfixcd a pieface on the manner of writing dialogue By the H U R Printed for in the Strand and Thjrlfaourn and in Where may be The fecond edition of Dialogues moral and politi price the ufts of foreign tra price iLetters on Cliiualry arid Ro price And in the and fpeedily will be tlieikme A new editiqu being the fourth of Horaces epifties to Aiiguftus and the Pifos with an Engiifli andCritical On ibi iji taere the THIRTYTHIRD Vo Jt LUME of the MONTHLY COn tamg foinevery curious foreign articles among relating to the perfecution of him to take ie fuge in England alfo a molt valuable Engiifli ar wherein is given a cpmprehenfive viewof the legal provisions made at fundry times for maintain ing and fecaring vhe ineitimabla liberties uf this and the feveral orders and degrees of its inhabitants the General Table of and Complete Index to the 53d Vo lume of the The MONTHLY RETIEW for 1766 being the firft number of Containing a great variety of articles jn which is given im partial account of fortyfeven new books and pam Printed Grifitths and fold by and De Hondt in the Strnd aim by the bookfel lers of Great and eleci whomfoever they for the filling up of filch without afking the or taking the poll of the otter in any manner rvhat foever j fo your unhappy memoriaiiits cannot be faid to be represented in even In this imperfect and diitant degree of That notwithftanding ail md urmprefented as they your poor memorialuts have been cbligei to pay many additional which were laid them during the very time in which yopr Honor did fo wonderfully guide thehelfn and govern the new taxes upon and tiioco late new taxes upon cards arid and Jlamp new taxes upon and all forts of fpirituous liquors and new taxss upon That your memorialifts paid thefe heavy addi tional duties with the lefs as your Ho nour had allured the that the money thence arifmg was to be employed in Germany for the csn queft of That your memcrialifls did farther conceive at that that they were itriglly bound in according to the principles of the Englifn conftiiu taxes and that none but an in habitant of Bedlam wouldhave dared to call inquef tion the legality of But the eyes ef your memorialifts are now opened to fee their error and they do with fingular that the conduit of tficir un reprefented brethren in North together with your Honours divine fpeeches in of that unparalleiled have made it very evi that your memorialifts ought not to have paid any becmife bad no Our kteft pof ferity will have caufe to blefs you for this important in your known character your mernorialilk sre encouraged to that you will be pieafed to bring in afor repealing all thofe which were laid on the inhabitants ofduring your own glorious adminiftration and that an exhauited Treafury may not futfer by fuch a to fab ftftute in their room a new let of impoirs upon the ivksm according to your owa now repretent And your grateful memoiialrfts do farther moft humbly that the of ari fmg from this new aireiimenr on rhirtvsne ekc may be appropriated for the fole purpofe of conquering by a new war in North Arns And your as in duty fliall ever Now on And will continue felling till January At in for the year moft and valuable CATA LOGUE of in nil languages and basks ef finale and by the greatsft mafiers containing above ONE HUNDRED in elegant being the li braries of the learned perfons undermentioned Barnes eminent for his collection of botanical and books of medals the Honourable Admiral Leftock Doctor of Walthamftowj William Efq Serjeant at LTW Aldjermau Dickenfon Auguftine Efq Editor of Plutarch Samuel Efq one of the Benchers of the Society of GraysInn and the afternoon preacher to the aid As the CATALOGUEis very large and and but few copies Pro priftor hopes the will not be offended at their not receiving as ufiial j and to prevent its falling into the hands of fuch who never intend to be the price of it will be Jive ftnl which a printed receipt will be given which will be allowed in any orthemoney returned on the delivery of the Receipt and Cata A difcount of five per for five pounds ttn per on ten and fifteen per os twenty and will be en payment of resdy The manufcript fermons of are to be difpofed being a courfe for the irjhdeyeart wrote in hisown very to be FoAn Account af BENEFACTIONS re ceived for the SUFFERERS by the late FIRE in Lift To the Right in of thirtyone electors of the city of the immortal of all the other nonelecting inhabi tants of the faid RESPECTFULLY HAT the whole number of dent mnabitants of the are not Ieft than befides tranfient Tnat out the corporation who are never more than and oftentimes fewer are the fole voters for Repre fentatives in and that when any vacancy hap pens to be in their the rtftof the body To the Proprietors of Lcg SE who titaes are cccaiionaDy in the practice of felling out and buying in this on or for other would to well to confider the unreafonable which the jobbers by the differeiice of their buying and felling being one eighth of a yearspurchafe the fame it is inconfideratdy com plied with by not that one eighth of a years purcbafe thereon is equ il to 0112 half on three per within a mall and more than equal to 3 per on per Every of Long Annuities not dconimonjoSber fhould for their own renfonable and that of the reft of their fellow refufe to fell or buy thofe on any vvorfe terms than their ma kTng only i i6th of B year purchafe difference be tween their buying which will then be nearly double profit in value to the difference constantly made on other and is now near four times as much per on the value or comparing one with the AMOR PA To the Continues to be a matter of concern to ew ry weftwittier to this kingdom and its true to fee the hafty and uninterupted Ivridcs of mo nopoly in this metiopolis efpecially in cicggirg the manufactures and tbeexcellency ofourlnws for preventing the exiftgnce of fuch cannibals are not more the aftcnifhment of than the wretched execution of them whether the de fect in the execution of thofe laws may arife from a negligence in our delegated or irora an ignorance in them of the true I not take upon me to determine but would rather fufpect the which from their fituations in life may not be wholly To enter fuily into the fub ject of would oecafion my exceeding the limits of a fingle therefore mail con fine myfelf to under which the tallow dle trade labours which if not necefiaries of are pofitive conveniences materially concerned in the fupport of our as a commercial The tdlow trade for many years has beei vrell known to Ivive been infected with this canker and Imay the truth in fuch a manner that no commodity equal in its con fequence ever About they ear the pofition the well meaning or the as well as the public in was carried to fuch a height and was thought expedient by government uon applica tion made by the trade and after the fhietsft enquiry into the true caufe of to grant a free importation upon Irifh tallow the falutary effect fcon made its appearance by reducing tie then exhorbi tant and without interruption thofe hydras of till the time ef permiffion not expecting the nation would find in fo hort a period fo eminent an advantage but rather thinking as has appeared that at the expiration their previous reafoning re peated would then prerailandaufea itop ro be to the indulgence as they wefe pieafed to term it but fooner was a fecandrernuffion granted ip m ;