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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 7, 1766, London, Middlesex The S A T U JUNE JFrcm the P O L I C extetijfje 5iie of T K fiG A ZE T T E R A N D ADVERTISER jointdtotbevarteti caHwis tbruugb which it pages bos lately been tb of detecting fo many and of ap prehending fo that it may bi pfftxrto PUBLIC That tht ill flxtU oc coiiibtntly inferred in THIS andij fucrt INFORMATIONS are properly attended to by BUYERS OF SECONDHAND robberies will efcapt deletion tfrecidly ALL PERSONS make ufeof the feme paper to advertife their lofles E The WARNINGS from and every thing loft or iu the ar toy are for immediate difyatch to all filler by the printer of this H A M A R K E AT THE INGs THEATRE in the THIS the 7th of will be per loYmed a new ferious called The Mufic compofed by With new Pit arid boxes to be put and no perfons to be admitted without which will be de livered This Day at the aid at half a guinea each Gailery rive By their M A J E S TI E S No perfon whatfoever to be admitted behind the nor into the The pit and will be opened at To begin at fevan oclock Vivant Rex The fubfcribers tickets will this evening be admitted H E K E A b wife of GEORGE of in the county of did fome time ago elope and is now ablent from her faid fey her imprudent and bad hath run thg faid George greatly in debt Now the laid George do hereby forewarn and give notice to ali perfons to truft or give credit to the faid Sarah in any or upon any pretence on my for I will not pay any debts iiie Ihall contract from and after the day of the date of the publication As witneismy at Harwich this 4th day of For the C O U N T R SMITHS FAMILY MEDICINE from to ten guineas de iigned for the u fe of thefe who are to do good to their poor neighbours bxt absolutely every medicines being ready when phylicians or apwtheca ries are fent for 5 and it is well known miny patients are entirely loft in the by iivingatto great a diiiaiice from an IB thefe chefls are all the medicines of the FAMILY one of which books is giv6n with each cheft containing plain andfull directions for adininiftering ancrproperlynurfing the fick and fome very ufeful obfervauons upon Plans of the defign are given at Smiths chymical in Newgate near Cheapfide where only thefe chefls are to be Family Phyfician is to be bought of all the bookfeliers in town or Ibis morning at ten o will be pu By Stephen near inLttd price only THE CELEBRATED SPEECH of a CELEBRATED The public may beaflured that this pamphlet con tains every line of that genuine edition which was privately circulated while the under the title of POLITICAL and fold for and This day i In one volume price bound THE HISTORY of By THOMAS BENGE Printed for the and loid by Hingef in the near TempleBar in PallMall in Ludgatettreet and at The hibiciibers are requefted to fend for their books to near Of whom may be had the State and Ut Now o ue to the at a By Ins Ivl A j S f Ys For the Improvement o and THE UNIVERSAL PL AN I SPHERES Terreftrial and Celefthl in Being complete Subiritutes for a large ot Invented and Delineated by D U N And engraved under his on five large Copperplates With the Authors Direciona foi fitting them Any finale plate may be iiad for or nearfemplebar and of all the Bookfeliers and printers in Town and There are two plates reprefenting and two for the Terreftnai and the niih plate the Slider or This Day is The Defcnption and Ufeof neatly printed m Oc In a few days Printed for oppofite Burlington in Piccadilly In One Volume price AN HISTORY of the LATE Exhibiting the and of during the years and Being the SECRET HISTORY ot thofe and containing many intereihng FACTS never before At tie fame time will be price A New Edition being the SIXTH including the to which is added an and all the authors laft corrections and which zrs entirely of The LETTER concerning the SEIZURE of and SURE of Soldalfo by io Paternofterrew at Bath j at Bnftol Score at Exeter at Oxford Fletcher and at Cambridge at Norwich at Yiik at Nexvcaftle and ah other book fellers Of whom may be The Debate of tne BritiihHoufe of during the years yols 6d THE publication of SER preached before the GUARDIANS of the which was advertifed for this is unavoidably postponed till next week OlLd filk and linen great coa riding bathing hat wholefale and at the loweft by the SAMUEL hat ter and oppoiite in the Strandi London alfo oiled iilk and linen by the or in fmall For the filk of late found to give great eafe to thofe that are with that diforder WATER by the Kings patent granted to SAMUEL ELMSLEY of and by his ap fold only by SAMUEL as and by no other psribn in This is mentioned to prevent Gentlemens hunting and mooting a ftrong fort for Wanted a perfon that understands making um For the letters jlgned A n ADVOCATE for the and STANZAS upon lajl To the PRINTER of the to in your paper laft Saturday a letter figned Jerry I imagine it not be improper to fet the fubject of it in a clearer light than he has which I can the better as I am the perfon whom he mentions to have been prefent at the See a letter fignea Jerry in Gazetteer of Satur day May On my defiring the foreign gentleman to explain what he meant by faying that the anfwer he made to the when he returned him his bill gut to That it was the opinion of his friends and whom he had defired to enquire into the that the bill ought not to be paid and therefore he had cut that it fliould not be pre fented for payment any more andfrcm whom he could have received in this kingdom Tuch an anfwer himfelf to a greater demand of the fame na as I WAS confident that the laws of England would not fupport any fuch he with a ihake of his that if tke laxvs of England were fuch as I reprefentecl he had had the misfortune to experience that they were not al ways as he would it I when he hadTatisfied his in excepting to whofe bill he had meant no more than to divert a chagrin that preyed upon his heart and then paying him in the manner you have been he returned back with me into the and fatisfied my cu rionty by the following I will ftrive fe give in his own I am a native of a country in that from full as much as from has long been fteadily attached to England in the courfe of the operations of the late the Englifh army frequently found it neceflary to enter into this as they had no magazines of their they were obliged to depend for fupport upon the produce of the which the inhabitants j chearfully fupplied them to the very laft j relying aifuredly upon being paid with the greateft j j juftice and The great expence and care of the from time to given as reafons for delaying that payment till the when I as were feveral from other coun the fame circumilanees was feat hitherto demand it but to our inexprefTible fur inftead of receiving what was fo juftly and ought to have been fo long before if gard was had to the manner in which the debt was j j and the diftrefLs of to whom it was occafioned by that we were ordered to give in our demands to perfons appointed to enquire into all that mould be made j after a moit te dious and torturing gave us jult what they thought without mewing any other than their own good for rejecting very much the greateft or even condefcending to enquire by what proofs we could fupport themj for as to their alledging the wants of or written for things taken ex on the where fuch contracts or agreements were impoffibk to have been it was no better than infnliing mockery we pro duced but even thefe could not always be had in the hurry asd confufion of and coun termarching and as if this treatment was not fuf they reprefented us to the public as the molt infamous cheats and on returning us the accounts we had given cut ai 1 ferved the landlords to as they their being crefented for payment any Arid who do you think the perfons who thus arbitrarily decided upon the and took the characters of whole countries Why j three men one of whom was totally unacquainted with the nature of the affairs he was to and the other two had been fo deeply concerned in cer tain which thry might expect to throw a veil over by this that according to the ge neral way of ihey were by no means proper to be employed upon fuch an The probaj ble of their uetiding in the man ner they have if their decifion Hand the ftricteit teft of muft have been poiuiar ap and pecuniary to which the lat ter may alfo liaye added other till more interefting to Kuttheir profpect of fuc cefs has not hfttd Their popularity is over turned their reward has been when their hands were reached out to receive it j and the veil is begun to be drawn from before thofe which they hugged themfrlves on the thought of having buried under the ruin of the German claim But our hopes da not terminate here We will appeal to the laws and legiflative powers of this j great kingdom ajrunit 9 by which we feel ourieves aggrieved in he molt tender and do not fear but we mall receive that juftice which it is its peculiar honour to deal impartially to whe ther Englishmen or whether friends or As to the who made this far from its being an objection with us as you made thefe gentlemen being on my faying I had defired them to enquire into the landlords in the ludicrous alltifion I made to our there is no people upon earth to whofe decifion I would fsoner fubmit every thing dear to me my objeftiort is to certain not to the nation and how juftly that objection is founded will foon appear to the public more particularly and than the prefent time or place will permit me to ex plain it to you though I believe the lew fhort hins I have given are fufficient to make as they mull every reafonable fufpend your at leaft in this till you receive better informa than thofe gentlemen have yet condcfcended to give in fupport of their was Itriftly the fubfhnce of what the gewtleman as near as I can re in his very making allowance only for fome inaccuracies of unavoidable in a and which I thought it not necefiary to And give me leave to afk what is the meaning ef all this It is not very long fince I in your that certain perfons claimed great merit for having detected the injuftice of exorbitant demands made by the on account of the late war and thereby favii g the nation from aa excefllve impofition j for which nal fervices I held them in high and fince I have again read a vindication of thofe de which carries fo fair an appearance with that I own the opinion I had conceived of them is very much weakened not to mention the perfbnal objections railed by this gentleman to thole whoboalted of having made this and to for the honour and intcieft of my I hope they may be able to fome more faus fac tory anfwer than they have to what has been alledged 3gaiiift their conduct in this affair for as to the Lover of Truth and and the True Friend to if they could fay nothing better than they have they had better have faid nothing at all as a bad advocate only hurts a and makes a bad caufe Between thefe I how are we to who live at a didance from the great fphere of and have nothing to form our opinion upon but public repffe fentation If you can help us through this it will fave many hcnelt Englishman many an anxious and perplexed In the mean all 1 can fby that if the de majids of the Germans are they ought to be for the intereft as well as the honour of Eng as who will traft people whe have broke faith once j by what I it is not im poffible but we may foon want to try our credit If their demands are they ought to be to prevent any attempts of the fame kind another time but then that rejection ought to be made in a and by perfons not to be fufpectedof ftmilev and partial June UNPREJUDICED i To the PRINTER of the Fndajf Six PLEASE to inform your who are fo nobly anxious for the public that the plan the price of BUTCHERS MEAT is founded on the KNOWN that there is full FIVE FARTHINGS difference in the be tween the price of an Ox in and the price of a piece of BEEF in the taking one joint with another nearly PENNY of which is cleared by the CARCASE To prevent in fome the promoters of the p e fent plan prpofe to pay their expenses with the ODD and GIVE the PENNY the prefent no money is wanted but if the plan we propofe to afk theaffiflance of the Public to EXTEND the fame in fuch a manner as muft be pleaflng to every one we hope to make it that the mailer of any family may greatly afliit this without the expense of a SINGLE SHILLING to Anyadvice on this interefting fubject will be thankfully if dirked to Efq at the Fountain To the PRINTER offcie CALUMNY is ever the infeparable The pofleiibrs of thofe deferrable qua lities do well to conceal their It is fo thofe and there can only to whom this let ter is chiefly that their rancour may ever ceafe Sir Stephen the prefent Chamberlain of when they are that by levelling their inveterate malice againft they are arraigning the uniform arc invariable judg ment and understanding of the Citizens of London during a period of twenty as will plainly ap pear from the following At the General Election in the Chamberlain was ifi where he received an exprefs on a Sunday at acquainting hira that he would be put in nomination the Tuefuay at previous for one of Parlia ment for thi outfor and arrived jjii enough to that he was returned to the CommonHal in confequence of which he had the hinour of being elected one of the for the city of LondonThe PROOFS he had fiom ginning of the Spaniih and during rebellion in of his aniduous application for the commercial interelt of his cf hi for the prefent auguft in porTeiTion of the Thrcae of thofe were iuch fjvh undoubted pledges fo his fellow citizens ot his iu endeavours to krve his King and that here further comment upon tne At the wis ift in nomination Lord when the Hall vrss uncommonly full and though calumnious er ror ts were then to poifon rlie of his fellow ali foon when they it collected his paft that upon his put there was icarce a fingle liantl againlt iim and on bis being to ihe Ccurt of Al there but one ofthat body who voted a gain ft him whofe reafon that the Chamberlain had vottd for the Naturalization which was In when he ftood for the of his Fellow Citizens foon recalled to their minds his difintereitt d and important fei vices and hs declared himfeif a candidate fo that fome of Ins inoft fanguine friends doubt ed of his on the fouith his aitfa goniSs gave up the feeing the tide too flrong in his favour to be it is but a few ago fince he prefented his Memorial to the Right the Lords of the flattring himfelf he ihould be appointed Receiver of the as every one of his pre without have been fince Revolution 5 which Memorial fubfcribed with the recommendation c f the Right theLod and nineteen other befides two other who have fince el tclared they have fubfcribed it thy been in If bafe detraciors fliould ftiil think fit to pit vry more of thfir hired they ought to be that their detraction will fall upon and only mnke the Chamberlains appear with as the cafe during his laft years to that June L E G I O To the E A L T H TNSTE AD of aMbciating fjr of the A let us ailbciart for the nl uf of fund may to put the laws in execution engrcffers foreitallers ana to fuppiy the puor with catchers meat at a little above L O N D O YeftercJay arriied a mail fromHolland by which vie ioiluvving advices Extract oj a Licr jrom dated May 30 We Inve an account Irons that uc of tor leafons ot has the quis de la who is not to be within tinny leagues of the capital Tiie following are the of a revo lution which city of of fiev ent of Domi nique juil in fnie ibr that fame V K night a O aiicKibltd and et hre to Uie the Director was ftiil I hreeicore men perihed in the lunut and the fire amongit tilings ncco double Spaniili piit liire were ui rections in every quarter of the city wlmtY very and Lems aunoil that ail of that vait compoicd of towns and viilncXS hung oat the ibnt ml of reolhon on the ame and at fame hour feeing wiii horror a neial and premeditated propofed a caLi which they wjuia acceot but on th following conditions That ail the European foreigners fliould be obliged to leave the city in eight That the and rirr wliich were in the Kings mould be liveredto theiebtis without That an exemption from rJl kinds of tss or tributes be made the fundamental That all the ilaves fliyuJd bs made free by a general That the confined in the prifons mould be fet at In confequence of ciie nrit all the foreigners who were in quitted the dilguitiiic felves like Prints and aiui ieavjng their ef fects behind 1is that the to hake off theSpaniih yoke on electing in the perfou of i tie Count dHerba Iloricla who nptwithltanding his of ratbif to die than it iukt a crown from bis was witji a krjf at his to Jet them proclaim him King of Ihe Biihop of Qiiiio having attempted to ef This news brought to the ViceKoy of by acoiirierdiljxitched Sunt the 01 And fince been that the ViceKoy f finding himielt in at hrit rttiie into a and aiterwards imde off towards having abandoned nil tle affairs of his Extract oj a Liter frum Printe after the conquer uf Tre marched in triumph to whole gates were and he is now towns in tke of the Black by cur nc s fvvarm iiito die b uy believc r iotm npii a mip ii a JiOIllC liitJili return under the but perhap formei uf Ue a iiui d to i the ilro All our d we rrc of and or his f reign fuade themielvts the will rail into with tJicm all Chril of this djted of atti rhc riricr th3 Captam and Admuai of tiieir Extra fi cj a berations held u ;