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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 21, 1766, London, Middlesex his COM r the VHBAIkE KpYAL ia the ftAV THIS DAY will be revived a called The COM MI 8 S A R The principal parts by F Q Q T If v J S H U T E With of By ARNAUD and Mifs To which will be added a called The CHEATS of S C A P I N The parts by SHUT E Rj Mr DAVIS MGeorge The doors and begin at feveii are their fervanw to places at acts for the boxes to be taken of at Vivant Rex tlie the days of playing will be and The SECOND which is how tWervations priBroken endeavourkrg to prove theifeat of that Malady not to be in the TyHAKMACOPOEI A H1PPIATRICA GjENTLfiMAN of elegaiit and for tjae IjsEAses ofHORSES In Two Contata The Surgical The Medical Part of FARniERy Pireftions forrfhe 11 of PoftChaife and other violent With luitableRemailu OA the By B A R T L E Author of the GENTLEMANS Prijited tor Pote Sold alfoby In AvemaryJane and all other Bookfellers in town and C Y T HER E A L B A t S t AChenvical preparation which effectually prevent infeaiori of acERTAlN to which inftlhble ibever this may thereare io many people who live by or pretending to this dreadful that it is eafy to forefee the pppoHtkm it will meet But to convince the public that the authors intentions are ingenuous and and that he does not mean to lead any one ifho danger upon his bare he till repeated experiments hull have evinced its that only thofe gentlemen would make uft of it whp would otiierwilf have run the riflt without it hould be found to oreferve niankmd from the gwateWeneriiy tone he flatters that the people of England at efsct aftatufi to his The method of application the paper in the bottfs w The bottles i are made or ttroiigniat the and iecured by glafs Sold D i x w E Lt the boufe ia from at each i obftinate inventedby It to that fat for which this medicine is require the fame treatment in every period of thefe may with equal advantage be given to lh public m this as when preferred by of a The great variety of botb in children and in perfons more advanced in tnt have been curedby after continuing its ufe fora few mayaftonift even the moft who have been fo frequently winted after the ufepf the COM and many otherprobaWe Its ration facing in the moft gentle manner to leflen that viuatjdlirritability of the it the fitteft medicine of any removing the Hyfteric arid the caufes that give rife to it in the nioft delicate of the fair It not only ieflensthe ifcterity the convulfive affections that attend the but Jn a few days prevents the return of any and gives ftrengtb and vigour to the whole ner vous fyltem It is well known that even the bark is oftsen wring the intermittent fevers or that in the fens of and many other counties in and when it the confeouences are often Thefe pills haveiwSwr yet dnappointed the author in put ting thofe neither do they betSnaaiiy bad Thefe pilhs are prepared and are appointed by him tobe fold at at the in t vvith printed di S HA in all difficult to and left The autfto a Uuer trfltftm by fthe IN reading the Several melancholy accounts lately publtfbed in the relative to the vaft firt in L i J Bridge tn tani told j H t that populous and valuable our little whereof J a bis waited with impatient expe6a fjon of of a fubfcription to be opened for tltg relief of the unforttincte we are always foreikoftiti raifing buV when we find the 10W asd feMotir fail to ourfel in recommending the like example to other focieties withia the of our Difpleafed as fome individnals are upon tJiele of among the oiaqy amicahle coriMtu I cannot but we iengage each te the due pecfomiance tof tfaofit of on our wn alto in dte tike of oar fincefuch inetfares dp chart4ienre the fih but they Uf evrife perfect the good ei tizenjfor which reafonirfe make oorfelres ufeful to the and to oar connections Elaborately as fome modernfpeculatire writers may declaim againft the degeneracy df tlie times 5 yet I wiHbebold prefent period excels every other in the English for the moft charities equals even pri mitive compaffion in the moft exten jive liberality for cafual a fingle year expires with out leaving fome Inning memento of Britifh hunia grateful honourable to her fons Survey ye cynic furvey the many glorious receptacles that prefent themfelves around you in this and always open to re ceive the wretched and toe miferable Cail to mind thehnmenfe that are annually contributed to relieve the unfortunate of calamitous devaf fiiAaiaedeither by fires or tempers View too oor chearful munificence ttiffunng its even to the waato of foreigners ConfWer on thefe I and Ceafe uhcanAlid your and join to celebrate the be that not to be but by the imitation of its BA To the PRINTER of I allowed that the reafonokin ftrft fe it muft be allowed like that he rambjes and In his which is indeed bat too ciwnmonly the cafe when a rtvau has run to near to to have nothing furthcf thatisreafoaable He has attributed to me fentimenta which 1 have nei ther maintained rioraflerted and every thing he has urgedA which is any way to the has already been obviated my laft or might be refuted more He has alfo been pleafed to aniufe himfelf with lie thought very witty and as if I were a mer dealer in fancies How gojd a dealer he is in I cannot preteiid to as I am igndrant whether the fcrap of falle at the head of be of his or the Printers Another of parti4btj has in like manner accufed me of being a dealer in fince both allow my dreams tof be pleafJttit aiut fo much like the fcribbjing of a irmn and in lus tJiat apt rp thef I could poflibry or not I am fore fa far from being diifomiied with tlieir I ihould rather prefer to be found if keep reaqeVa jto be like witii no better than ftt the reft of the woild a yawning that ones dreams prove particularly in thfr prefent whatftjytn itattiy foteronly pronouiteU to be into and Scarce a pointing t3je lailjierplution in proibabttity another die vifin is fu SOe Be it a a or the conjec tures of exitheratft reluH of feciit 9 m the s to the fo long have proved and juft aad true both hit one other each of thhigs wilt We let tlje wfcdle Miniftry on the point of being disjointed on the veryfirft audieuce of new Ppuntai Ambaf fxdorj I am certain whether his arrival did not haften the of the Parliament for if the Pruffian Monarch moves but his or his aUPandaembnion trembles to the foundation faid it njight haften of the as it is well known that nothing of no can be tranf except with the sppiobation of Sejaivus hereby gains tune once more to turn him felf and try the impending ftdrm before the approach The fame I caufe which effected now again operated to prodooe another for in all pro the piefent Miniftry has like the to lay the Pruffian demands beftuft ttve 5 bat refufed from a better thtft love of TatheX than froA of fear But the ftorm now gatneis ari3 ap proaches nearer whether it may next I willnpt or be averted on ofiejanuss a Prince JmreCgned all under feeips to be thelprerunner of attimmecfiate but not that is ftbouf toenter the fetiice e but becaufe he received orders pie execution on which he could not obey confidently decency and gratitude toward beloved Ah lutkleft bom in aft illfated withaltrongerrthirft than refift thou actnotthf firft aictc pgant whofe been laid lowby tfee rnumageraent of The fate yet jMir s 4 like precipice it beocatb thy For the Rruffias views isiaeither detriment to Hanovtii but to Vof j Qaaii pf ftsbm ulurpsd the lansuifcing Remains t in A ftp of fame royal once fcdart a Stuart ail incbniHtvrtieaial is now v ieinains of DjrfttppWtiflg1 i pa fortSgft hereby afdeixt wifceJ of iifmombvn jthjs Crown and Proteftant Princes and which and twt which fias teeri un by JIdyt that a PVrhceof foci fpirifaiid T A Whn empirfes file fof would mil to be ori by an upftart a ruinous caftiei and immediately after ftiafee Jhands of friendfhip with any Miniftry with might hold ahy colineftibn whatever iiofwlien the noble animal was worried by all the gs fif the like a took that oppor tanityio point at his and attempt his and only agSinft him like If we fliouldfind that milder meafiiris are than fuch demerits might we muft ackhotvledge it ris an additional virtue in a great mind to be fo placable and that afliftihce toward that has been obtained from the interceflton of certain patriots whafe breafts wifli for nothing fo arilently as to line the Royal witn y putting an end to all arifing from and The sth ef To the PRINTER of the THE entire fuppreffion of proftitutes is equally impracticable and unpolitical it is not even to be wifijed for by the moft unlefs we could abfolutely chartge the human difpofition but to re ftrain them within certain to make heir return to the paths of honeft induftry and vir te as eafy as the nature of things wilt admit are ofcfefls worth the matured confiddaltoa of every ruly benevolent That the felfeftabliftied fociety for the reforma ion of manners in any degree aniwers this impor ant and valuable no man in his at all attentive to their can honeftly afiert and vhoever fufters himfelf to be mifledby fpecioiis pre encc in a matter fo open to his own manifefts a weakntfs of head at leaft equal to the joodnefs of his Perhaps a reflecting mind will eafiry be hat if the fums fubfcribed the fupport bf his pernicious fociety permit me to call u rom a perfitcl of fome of ijs membew and its tools wfepft contributed to enlarge the powers of the the reformation of thofe posr objects of pity and compaffion might be much letter To reftrain them within limweft jn which probaSryi tbe beft me to many of the bad effects which fol low from tjie manned being pofted in our ftreets bjitthif a work of the liich for than The jthefc poor creatures when once reduced tP the wretched condition of in Co and fb that one can iiarrily conceive that any but the and the inoft abfolutely un mbjf Brdeutly wifh t6 extricate from itte horrors with wliich they are tlten great end of reformation in this point be better than by throwing wide the doors of Salvation into their power to return to tlie doies their and to be once jeflored feme degree of honsur to the there are amongft thefe however pa may bf the moft delicate fenti I piofcfs myfeU tobe a man of and declare to jtbat in the ccnirfe of promifcuous a I have mtt with matty for whom my heart thefe have been fo fortunate to gain apd to do honour to the inftitaition of theMagdalen others have been fo cotnpleatly wretched as to fall into the hands of the and to return upon the town with feven devils for the one that was whipped out bf them ant odim there are yet remaining fuch objects of as no benevolent mind can think of but with tlieutrnjoft all the rariofts ills of profti tutioaon the One hand on the impbf of quitting theif without fubmitting to rot and are fureJy Sufficient pnnifliments into which the art of man at firft pro wifhout being continually fronted terrors manyhead id whofe bite is more to their whole yeari at tfien upon your yfe delud ed fupporters of arid rapine Coiafider whether you eiFcelually ferre caufe of Virtue and by fmoothing the paths to their temple than by railing and rocks in the Po ye catch at epithets itl japine aguriJ let the couduft of the mer cenary tools of the and the private lives of memben be examined and if fr6m ye caooot coltaft fuffictent matter to ihpport this i wiH ventnre to forfeit all pretenfions fo hooeor Froni the O ND O N G A E T T July pleafed appoint the Right HonourableEofward Eari of Oxford and to be LordXieatertant of the coanty of his Lordfhip thisday wok the oaths appointed to be taken initcad of the oiths of and The JCing Jias been fed tj i r L t i or Bis body lawfully djgnuy of L Baronet of lias io Cbortltuie 3rd ap Joiut Licuieriartt General if his to Gjverrfor of and Cap Sinof Kiriglton and pf the and forrificrmons befditging td the ifi tie rtoai and place of General ul i i of Court Anns mrrenifer the at tmt in and joili of at jobii HutdKfoiiv Fan ceiurti merdiant on the iid in at fourht arid xdertd 3pthot at eleven tn the ai n dealer and the and 5th aifd otii of Auguft at ten iri the fotenooni at Ceritjitatts gtkzutil Thomas Aitkeuj late of Bridliiigron in Yorkflilrej dealefr and en or before the 9thof tif Wilksftreftt in the paiifli of wester on or before ithe jth oT John late of the pariih of woollen dealtr and eliap on or before line gtfe of Auguft L O N D O N His Grace the Duke of Earl and many others of the are to lie at Stowe in the feat of Earl to lie irefent at the grand cntertMnrtisnl to he given this daV to her Royal Highnefs PHtxcefs Ame We hear the Marquis of will fct out n a few for his feat Thurfday laft arrived ia from the Right Provoil Trinity in The Hereditary Prince appointed rieldMarfti3l of the Auftriiin Accounts frbrn France that the French in general feem defirous of a renewal of war with but thai the Sentiments of their Kino art avciia to By letters juft received from thefe s that bet three hundred Mick liack hud lansed oiv tle wetlw at the Jay of and made the btft of their wny the French illrmds of Peter and It h in ibme private letters from ths that A Certain Northern Potentate is de f his lenfesi and fwt under he States of Holland hxti agreed tipdn a new otteryfer norinsj which is to be drawn m Oftober From Birbadoei we tbrit Captain bdongiag to and of the Fpr frtrt foundered at and tfet dtiv vias taken of 5r it her moriogrifl ttie 1homas The In the Highltnds of Scotland from are crdtKd to be pntin v They wcenoch a great rjuantUf of wool is the north of to France and A wiii per ends of but we know ujioii what fonndAf that another South Sea bubble upuf the Saturday laft clofs of the rv Guild for Sheriffs ot this bers were as follows Aldermen Peers i Alderman Darling i Stephens Tomorrow attinQdti the tommlttce for im proving have a fpecial meeting at rehting Juppofed ckfcit in the aith pf Tomorrow will be HeId av a genera meeting of the to fopjWt tlil cofporptioii of LondoiicB figlu and priviievjes in the five city fit Sir itouert Lad and the reft are toatteiul aad it not Uut that inch mea berelblved on ns ftiall tejid to us well the CommcnCounchs antum a the citizens uiuioubUyU eiijh rights in ilufe This day iSt dnys Iiafpay to the offiurs his Mnjeirys from of December to the juie will iffued out at the Pay Office fix al lowance to the reduced oSijers and pcivattperitsmarv his Majettys and fourtii lioup of hwle to the fame It is faid a ftpp will be put to die ending any more Germans iato orxirher as it Tufptdted they corps in that and when they hive an do the fame from It i faid a or is to be built Dear as au to the Smaapoiiiof A terfon has engaged to ercfl anew vane on te top or Shoreditch church tteeplc for fixty without any fcaffolding wliich is to be a veiy extraordinary performance Anorftth perfon for the icaiiolding faid Tooley in the will be paved with a whicli is to from rather a harder naturt tiian tiiat nfed in One genihman nest Aberdeen hns left a ftrne quarry at per of moft of the csrb for city pavement is Saturday afternoon the famous of the fnllefthojfesthis feafoit at Saturday morning three frclickfomeryoung for their own and tm amufenvsntota great number of jumped from theliighelt part of LondonBridge into the three tinnj One of had on a b t the other two were in ;