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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 10, 1766, London, Middlesex T E S A Y Ji U N C ftfcfsqsea faVKf the XBX AND PA J t Y Ao V BX f SB joined tf tht r which it paffes haslately bten ify that it jftftrta PUBLIC tbt owftantly inferted in THIS IN FORMAT JONS properly attendtoi to by KAWJf J E L L E Wpisj BUYERS GT SECONBHARD few robberies ivill tfcapt AeHftitm 5 I PERSONS make ufe of the paptrto their lofies WARNINGS jfiww ia the trttj gfr immediate Jijpatcb ttdlJUver t printer tf paper H AY M A K K K the Laft Time of performing This A JJ T H THEATRE id the y the of will be it called E t 0 L J The Mufic compofed by With to be put and no perfons to fee tickets which de at half guinea perfari to be admitted behind the r into Ae pit will be opened at To begin oclock v Vivant Rex tickets will that evcnatg ed double of the LOTTERY the if ear Value Total of ipooo is 600000 are now and Stock under the Piazza of at Uieir houfe in Ludgate Se with thejr Navy and Viftuajlijig the LATE during years Being the SECRET HISTORY of and containing many interesting FACTS In at Briftol at jEtetchet and Norwich i Be and all other book Of may be The of the Te of during tfte ytfars In two price i Sd to be SOLD E A if puklijktdi GUfijof SCARCE and of them fuperbly bound in jn which is ioa of Uw of feveral and va condition j which are now loweft price prlated to catalogue fer ready mohey on ikie till ail ate ad the full value in ready money library or parcel of CaiitogtieitctseKidof bopkfellers in Bond Charing crofsj itt tte SltnuMlf MfOwenr Temple bar fvaAt church yard the beefefelleT sat Oxford and Cambridge j t friataj oa a fiftt risw in four large twice bpuhil of the PEACE and PARISH TheTENTy R n B tJ tR ftlbeDiocefe of one of his df the Peace for the county of in tlw Qt whom my Lawj tyith the Ap vbL price aK of the Peace and Panfli once bf fte Militia i i 6d AM bfe retnils to and jsifee have I after fits of be wafted fpiritn wd giving Ed Aftep tfceJe benefits the Jucceeding its Paternofterrow 5 in it by the and wick H Jn takes tins method to his tjiat has Seymoiuv and Jhop ddors wearer tiie cbnrchv where favours wilt be gratefully and orderi executed in the moft punctual STA t E LOT T E R aid By Stock at the comer of the of the The S C H E a of f 0009 is a 4 jo 1000 so 500 Prizes Firtt Drami Lalt Drawn at 61 at India and South Sea with their fo India JJavy and Victualling and all kinds of Government bonght and Jold by Com For The EPISTtE fttMithe MEETING of tlfi PEOPLE called fie loft the PRINTER of the F your correfpondent ter was he wpuM jibt of Eruffia would 1 ever etend ts ihfult this or take opcmhira toiefeeahy princii pality belonging to our Sove guaranteed his by til is potent Our power is ib dif proportioned of tfeat ao man of common lenfewfU ever believe tiiat his will eVer thinkpf picking quarrel with mayceitaiiiiypofleis himfelf of Hano ver whenever he But can we dco nothing agaiflff Pruflia which would foon make him de firous to be rid his new Is not Embden andBaftPrizeland to our arms Is of to the thunder of our naval fquadrons K And who could proteft Pilaw and or the commerce of Ducaf Pruflia Could his Prujnan Majefty make a better ngtue in in burgh I believe not is jio earth tliat could prelerve froniour upon die ftores f the ayid hit iftands within that ho iave from the Pruflian dominions on the banks of the the ttjgetber oftK which is the only fpurce of the Branden burgft Nor would there anyorcafion for new taxeyin order to the commerce cT and fpread the ruinous ailrdver mo narchs y in the moft pacific is to eifeft of that Princey and the utter disappointment of all his hopes from the cxtention of thecommerce of his It is therefore impoffiWe to be that the Tale altera tions in our adimniftration owe their rife to any me from the court of A roef from that upon fuch a tence as that mentioned by Neuter in his of the wouW be treated at this court with the conteiupt it I mean that becaiife Britain more powerful than tjheKLIijg of ought hxdujge ourfelves in of injiiftite fliat Far be me I What I have already faid is intended that no demand from founded in caprice andalU gorging could poflibly difcpnperf X terrify pur frighten our Sovereign from he We are yet fatten folcwi l his Pruflian Majefty is afeetlei judge of his6wn teiefts than to break with the only people crufli him in one without theiri to any additional one fo that it can merit no I examine the Pruffian pretenfioas part of oupccfff conquefts in and fliew thattftefe demands reft on no bli3 It is true that we made a treaty of France without theconfent oftlie Xing of I fhall allo that by a defenfive tween us and that monarch bad obliged to make no peace without bis confeiitj anywfoture war that ihould be by both the powers in deFente of Wlut the late treaty taunbleau was not in the leaft jiijuiious to that gation wetted the King from tacking our ally of while we remained ftesdy in his caufe agairtlt the innovatioss of the court of Thus we continued the un dertaken4 in prdtecli on of until that mo narch his fword at Clofterfeverju It can truth be that we failed in any obligation incumbent on us by terminating our differences wit4i France fince we ftill remained cqnRant in the auxiliary war commenced in aid of his Prufllan Ma nnst fur the prefcrvation of the When fovereign Prinqes are engaged agavnft One they cannot always be considered like ijierchints partners in They are nor in except when their Forces are United jn one or when there is a covenant en them conquefts made by either of troops be paititiqned betwww tke Except rereign though cannot be obliged tne by their arms as er oritei cafe ttut nsiUvertfaeIiw hatiohitj iter tdiftata of conuKqtlit a iaade hy tlie And cannot be that the Prxiioau forces sjjy jajdl transitions and it it certaiiV that fltere is no treaty between Britain and i Eruflts dbJigwt divide hw Prufiwn Majefiy oto in the it is as clear asrany proportion in that that Prince lay nnjuft claiitt to fbare with us in or our new acqliired iflands in the Indies nor can his claim to a portion of thofe conquefts be deenied worthy of the lionour of being laid before a Britiflt parliament by any To the PRINTER of the ffidayt Six PLEASE to inform your who are fo nobly anxious for the public that the plan for reducing the price of BUTCHERS MEAT on theKNOWN that there is faff FIVE FARTHIKGS difference in the be tween the price of an Ox in and the price of a piece of BEEF in the taking one joint another j nearly OWE PENNY of which is cleared by the CARCASE To prevent in the promoters of the pre fent plan pripofe to pay their expenees with the ODB and GIVE the to the At no money is if the plan we propofe to alk theaffiftance of Public to EXTEND the fame in fuch a manner inuit be pleafing to every one fince we hope to make it that the mailer of any family may greatly afliil this without the expence of a SHILLING tQ Any advice on this interesting fuhjecl will bethankfully if to at the Fountain To WILLIAM Alderman Eleft ffthh City WORTHY PERMIT a Citizen of unknown and to congratulate you being elecledinto an office for which Providence feems to have intended and into not your own but the unanimous wifh of your fellow citi I am Jorry to has forced It is not often that concealment ferves of integrity j but in the pi efent the cinrcious of the is determined to himfei f of the ia order f o lay before trutlis whicbr wrote in legible charaSeiS in the bofom of the never tlieleftto remain a to your Had a prevailed that you intend to thereby todjtpriv your electors of of that public virtue which ditefted their and your ftlf of thbfemany opportunities of ferving nhdv all your which your honourable and important appointment will neceflarily throw in your tliis addrefshad never been There is no bofomin which theglorioiSflampof be nevolence burns brighter than in your own many are the objecls that have both ftiared its genial influ and kindled nt it 5 in a parti cular were warmed by with one heart and determined to give the City a whofe exreniive knowledge of its commercial ferenity of Bdtd arid mvmcible regard to juftice might promote its profperiry in and the kappinefs of many of its members in parti cular r and xvillyou then defeat thegene to accept a jnay enable you to ferve in a coa fpicuoasjnanneriiigratgful and which is capable of reflecting the higheft honour on thofe that it ably and faithfully I am confident is the general of which lam nothing fnore than the I already hear you There are many gentlemen to be fovind is worthy j I know your modefty will More worthy than Admitting the fuppofitioni are you if you mould iehoiee1 would faR upon fuch a one It is but ieldonvthat intersft i fouwded on and mould yet fureJy it would be forely disappointed to iee it adorn the head of unqualified arrogant irtuft it not in fuch a tax itfelf with being the caufe ef the misfortune ofthe public and indeed a greater can fcarcety toiave improper I epAxid eafily on this ftieiitS ivitt arguments hut I truil your own good heartWill fupply you and that the fame laudable zeal which has ever been exerted for the welfare of your and depen will rile one ftep take in a more ex and exert itielf for the good of the City of thewhole community of winch you are a and thegeneral imerells of I multteil your fellow citizens ex peftitfrom you andmould you when thus honourably called atruft which will enable you to do theih the greatelt fervicethat any individual is capable the luftreef that publicvirtue which has gained for you their general will be thereby greatly tar and you will find yOu have advartcedtoo far inthe road Her recede without In this artlefs addrefs I have had no view but to Vrve the public hould any thing therein have any weight with I am confident many will thank me but whatever ftfction you hall think to your vir tues will efttfiffied A FELLOW CITIZEN ls ItrettYof tfr pfebblcs j inclined Ifcuft wktti I your Wnch is geoenpily ejt mucli as ooffible thefe times 5 it is girU Haw y6ti farojJrite 6jr attempting to noe ajirntimes k el tnaf thb wilj certainly be our pavement is not for withthat m the StraridV you may be It is not firice wa weit carriages fcarceoM in ten pnffed our door as io 4o ybcknow it is but lately fince told us had taken but was for coijive niencej to go through the Strand her coachman j jlQ agpealW to plight and condkion gave the clewtft favour of her i are alterations and Longacre j and much woife will our trade W when Fleet is paved like To do them jufticejthe ari afitrewd began lately td be fenfibie of allfhi and feveral of them offered to fubfcrjke large1 in hopesof 5 per but when it was kficwn more weuld be allowed for thelife than which is little moretlian the funds howfprfce altered their the t old ones efpect ally cried but about the expence and I yoar they are now canyafiingfroift Iwufe to houfe tor the pebble You know I am but a young and De pend much oh carriagecuftbm j nuoufly defirous ofihe or flat ftone much the moft CDnihtodious What the plague are my neighbours ab iit an certain Hobornh great danger of lofing the little trade it has ahd doubt not but thetsry ftage carriages uill foonde fert This is To iftat to Tee an old waddle along endeavouring to pyrfnade bis by dint of to tbepreient istrxdy rkiieuious tot Hiar yoiittg flioiUd be feen to ftrive againrt their ewn jw muft aji pear by tnfHlft own amaieY me i it in j 5a other a melanekoJy inftaRcp ef the Spirit of ahd of the aad depravity ef human I have given you itty aad mufr defire thit you would upon receipt of apply to the proper and deelnre by voting for the whyn ftprie coft what it as 1 am not yet txHbe FcNNTWiSE AND PoUJftJ Jf yqu inadvertantly hatfe promifed to fcribe to the as the diredtlyj and be affiirerl there 5s no Impropriiety in tlterirjg ottr cpihibns better information or more matuie IT is amazing wlien the uperiority of the ftone to thepebbtes is fa that itcancanfe fuch difpufes and amcxngft yiu no perfon in his when the trade oniimfelfand neighbourhood lies at would htfitae a moment which to make choice of though the expence of the at may a trifle tl at trifle cannot be put in competition to the tfecre e of trade which will mould thepebbles bi fixed Is it to be imagined that ladies arid gen tlemen will rumble over an uneafy unfefs by mere when they can avoid laving alide the and eafe pf the to the uneafmefs and deformity of the ofthe Many of you lett lodgings to genteel people think on and confider to which they will give the pre ference dear curiofity will peopleout ot their to yHit ftreets which are moA which muil contribute to its trade befides as Ifolborn below the and are to be pavexj with how fmgular wiiyou apl pear The new when wii have fuch that that is another article therefore be and be not inltru mental to the ruin of the trads in your and let reafon gujde I am that who have favour of the heard y forry for it and by the majority in fa vour of either mould carry which at prefent i by a few in favour of the twelve or a fcoreniore would turn the fcale and as on Wed nefday it is to be finally it is to be hoped every who is or has any intereft with thofe who have not will not delay an inftantto ufe their utmoft endeavours in preventing yeartrade falling into by tjng Vour hands in favour of the Wiiyn or flat by fo yon will not rail hejeafter being efteemed a friend to your neighbourhood and to June AN To the PR IN TBR of G AZ S it has anct the the Chamberlain of is likely tobe benefhed 1500 by the aft lately parted for newpaving wuh a vjewv no toraift the emoluinents i f his office in opinion of tiiat tey might think he ftopd innb need of the The with tbeeJwcutionof the powers giwn will not be fliilling And iencis think they tice byafluring the appointed exctufive ot the benefit arifing ;