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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 13, 1766, London, Middlesex F R I D J U N E perfor H A Y M A R ie Laft Time of performing This Seafom A T T H IMGs THEATRE in the TO the of will be performed a new ferious called P E L O P I D Xhe Mufic eompofed by With new Pit and boxes to be put and no perfpht to be admitted without which will be de livered Tomorrow at the faid at half a guinea faCh Gallery five By thtir MAJESTIES No perfon whatsoever to be admitted behind the nor into the Ttot pit and will be opened at To begin at feven oclock Vivanr Rex B The fubfcriber s tickets will Tomorrow even admitted THE tnufical entertainments will be continued during the Summer Admittance one Shilling each The doors to be opened at five j and the mufic to begin at half an hour after tit There will be a new artificial Piece of Ma chinery exhibited This GERMAN and SELTZER A LLof tfcis Spring are juft arrived at QWENi Orjgiial MuttralVfA TER WARE soar Late Y R E Ss JSftablifhed in its reputation near fifty by the recommendation of the molt eminent V All the ENGLISH MINERAL WATERS in continually arrive frefh and in their utr moil attbis and are delivered porterage free to all parts of the if The FIRST VOLUME of THE FOOL of QUALITY j the Hiitory of Henry Earl of iiy Efqj Printed for in The fecond v Jume is in the and will fpeedily be This dcy Printed for opposite in In One Volume price AN H 1 S T 0 R Y of the LATE Exhibiting the and during the years and Being the SECRET HtsxofcY of thofe Times Wd containing many iatoreftmg FACTS never before Sold alfo by in Paternofterrow i at Bath at Briftol j at Exeter at Oxford Fletcher and at at Norwich at York at Neivcaftle and all other book may be The Debates of the Britfih during the j In two price 6d Next ivefk unU be A New of Volumes Firit and Price or bound MO A L T A L E Ky M A R M O N T E The Third Volumemay be had Printed for TBecket and De near Sarryftreet in Oi whom may bs bad tlie following New EWks and Royal By An By the In Three LanakornesPoetical SmoOfetts The Saiksrs Ah Effiy on the ConlHtutiwi 3 4 5 or the Happy JPerfons afflicted with Ditbrders in their Eyes and given cpntaming an account of of the many fAznaJrkable cures of various in me performed JOHN in Hattong4Fden who has above 13 years in In which are inferted the patients particular and their refpeftive places of To be had as Taylor may be confiiiwd from nine to twelve every Forenoon and OB and from four to at his Large Room bet the Afylum and the Dog in Georges B O O This on SAL A CATALOGUE of a large and curiobs Collec tion of in all Learning and Lan comprehending various Librartes and very valuable purchafed tliis feafon many ca pital books the and fine impreflions of the elegantly bound in Morocco and other curious The whole in fine condition which are now felling very cheap for ready money only the loweft price printed in the By J AM Ii S R O B S O in New Who gives the utmoit value for any Library or farcel of or Botsks Catalogues to bs had of the feHowin g Bookfellers Charing crofs Straed in Holborn Fleetitreet Richardfon Royal Exchange j the Bookfeilers at Oxford and great towns in B A R P A N HILL would be reiniis to the public and not to name the many have ceived this feafon from the of a their health and after of le recruiting the wafted and giving ifiefs to the enfeebled After theie benefits patient may alfo be that the fuceeeding whenever it will not have its accuftomed or to the its over that difeafe has been long and rmed by cures without return fit It is fold in Pateinofteirow n4 at at the bottom of in bottles at fignedby and witi printed Creditors of DANIEL late of the Ifland of are deGred to meet at the Rolls in on Thurfday the i9th at twelve to conilder of a more equal and fpeedy method for recovery of their ralpective de than is propofed in the cuted by ibme of the faid B O O K MORGAGNI ae Caufia Sc Sedibus foK new edition Venice La SECCHIA di con Note Atitore e la fuaVJta fcritta da a belliflima arricchita di figure egregiamente difegnate da Grave e JHtagliate da piu celebri Intaghatori di Parigi To be fold by at his the right hand door of the Italian in Bridges For A TABLE for the calculation of letters OLD To the PRINTER of the HAVE lately been at the po pulous town of Sheffield in and I believe my readers be aftonifhed at what I have here inferted re litive to the a11 the veral neceffaries of when compared with the time I was there before 18 years Wheat was then at three millings and fix pence per now fix hillings two the very beft but twopence farthing per now five then two very beft but two pence now per pound j then from four pence to five pence per now from eight penceto nine A ftieeps head and pluck cannot be bought in that at this for fefs than fourteen or fifteen It is really futfprizing how fuch a numerous body of ma nufacturing as place and its environs kept at fuch low wages asthofe for which they now There would certainly have been an Infurreclion and general plunder before this though at the hazard of their own d had it not beefr for fome charitable who have made feveral collections to re lieve the and They eve ry day hear the fame melancholy accounts from beft accounts given theref by fuch gentlemen as hitre made the ftricteit enquiry into the true of this miferable it proceeds from no other than the excefiive of late of exporting our grain which has fo much encreafed our and diminiihed the breeding of that iEome hundred thoufand acres of laad in this before employed for that for the fupport of ourielves is now turn ed to to feed the people of other Thus our own who by their labour fupport many different and numerous and even the kingdom are ftarving for wantof being allowed the produce of that vaft quan tity of which is now entirely applied to the growing ef corn to feed other nations with which we ourfelves are often ftarving for want and yet denied it and is alfo laying a perpetual burden on the by paying annually an im menfe fum to have fuch grain carried Eighty or an hundred years probably fuch a quantity of land might be fpared to grow grain for exporta but any man endued with a fingle grain of rea by taking a furvey encreafe of people as appears by the encreafe of buildings in this king will give his epinion that we have now occa fioniof the product of all that land If this exportation continues as much more will ftill be converted to the growth of corn j for befides the of felling this grain at a for ready the by this carries on his bufinefs with a fmaller capi and returns his money in or twelve months whereas in the other way he runs great hazards in the lives of his and in the breeding of it is he cannot return his money in lefs than fouror five except what arifes from his In growing of corn it is generally as being chiefly fold for ready money that the farmers teams of with other im piimerits are his whole capital for carrying on his bufinefs but in and breed ing of it certainly requires a much larger It is not material vhat arguments may be introduced to prove which of the two is themoft be neficial as being already proved by that the in all parts of the kingdom conve nient for approve beft of the growing of and purftie it if a ftop is not totally put to this growing there can be nothing lefs expefted than that the prompted by the irrefiftable force of hunger and will by fome means or to get re Surely our cafe is moft that fo much land fliall by our be appropriated to fuch ufe j for the want of other necefiaries it would fo many thoufaucfs of ufeful fubjefts are in the moit miferable condition and ftarving to who Divine Providence defigned to live and cffend the who by his unlimited fo liberally feed it we did not ftarve To the PRINTER of the G A ZET TEE WHEN I was a young our way of think ing differed much from the ruling paffion of the prefent times twss our misfortune fo live in when every abfardity was The making of turnpike build ing of paving of and removing of are the young minds in their full j There a grizzle pate amongusbutis in Rebellion againft the improvements being innovationsthat nature never fuffered to ferti lize in our one I muft infill fcems triumphant in our and which is a parallel circumftance when we built a grand groundsabout it were never thought on till the manfion was complete j the confequence the plantations were to and the plea to when Old Squaretoes wanted to enjoy The fimilar circumftance to this is conducl at BlackFriars a magnificent bridge is and nearly and nc avenues prepared agafnft it opens fo that all the pro fits of the intermediate which muft amount to fome hundred thoufands of will be and obftruftions of buildings going on when a coscourfe of people and carriages will render them inconveni ent and The city may do as they pleafe but as an pofitive am for every thing be ing that the emendations going on in town may not be fo fevere a reflection upon us as they of late have A comfpondtnt defires to know if we will pay poftage for He Utters bs may fend to its from ai that is to be the place for difcvffing the politics of the na tion duririg the to which nve that the Gazetteer always ptfage for letters from its Jrom cyey part of bis Mqefys do In the obfcrjation of a in yefyrdays wbo figm himfelf Qnt of the Fourth we ka1e ufed the ivtrd raw filks for wrought the is defired to To the FR I N T E R of the GAZETTE ER HAVING in your paper of the 3id of laft that eighteen informations had lodged the preceding week before one of his Majeftys Juftices of the Peace for the county of againft foreftallers in the butter and poultry I own I was pleafed to find that one of the worthy gentlemen of the Bench hadrendered himfelf a precedent for putting ibofe laws in long enafted againft die devouring tribe of ignominioufly th titles of with which this city and environs are now more infefted than But to contribute my mite towards exterminating this wicked let through patriotic convey the following truths to the eyes of all whom itmay that a certain number of wretches make it their btifmefs to atten at the inns and other places of public refort on the Kings and there meet the country higlers and buy up from their tur aiVd other poultry by which illegal means feme of thefe enemies to the public become proprietors of from five to twenty thoufarvd of different forts of live poultry which bafecuftom of monopolizing has been the caufe of the advanced price in that article of con fumption j for what thefe primnry have bought up by they dilpofe of in the fame manner to the poulterer and from fuch a the now exorbitant price for which are fold is accountable before fuch practices were made ufe poultry was fold for one third lefs than the now common Such fiaiiier dealing cries aloud for and happily there is an Act of Parliamest that points out the way in con currence with which fome fpirited inhabitants of neighbouring village have preferred an againft a perfon for a nevv kind of engrailing nui which is by keeping fuch an amazing number of and other poultry in his yard and that the dung proceeding from them caufes an infufferable joined withrbe heat of the may be productive of fome con tagious All who pafs by that way are of fended by the noxious fmeils and ftveral who had taken up their reficlence in that neighbour hare been obliged to quit it 5 for which acts of he has been guilty of a nuifence but had he been at the fame time indicied that might have been the means of deterring who now moft in defiance of and in contempt of the publics porfue the fame It to be thajE the in their fcveral will be ac tive to fee the of Parliament agrfiaft fuch perfons carried into which is my and that of every honeft fubjed and friend to the June is at the We it end of the that his Royal Higlinefs iAike oi wiil Le appoirxtjd Lord High Admiral of GreatBritain ami i It is alfo that his Royal Highnethe Duke of will be appuinted Captain Ge neral of his Majeftys It is now that no BritHh is to go to till the internal troubles oi tha kingdom are entirely We hear his Excellency Prinre the Spa nifh will fctout in a few days for drid on his own private We hear the Edward Efq is fooh coming hone from and will be by aperfoa ofdiftinguiflied rank as Liivoy Extraor dinary at His Royal Highnefs Prince Henry is entirely out of danger his face was much cut and bruiitd by the and one of his teeth firuck who had lie honour to lethi Royal Highnefs Prince Henry blood laft when the accident there btiig no Surgeon civ the has received a hamfome By a letter from a gentleman at the dated April we are tint Governor Melville was in health and fpiriis fo trntthe report of his which was faid to have happened on the fifth of that mull On Wednefday evening there was a meeting at the houfe in ofthe great officers of ftate at which were prifent the Marquis of the Duke Secretary Lard and Yefterday the RIglit Lord fet out frora his houfe in with a grand for his country feat at for the furrvmer His Serene Highnefs the Prince of Orange is ex pected in England the latter end oi that the affair ef the Manilla Ran at the departure of Lord Rocbfort from remained in the fame unfettled ftate as it has been in for the laft three Extract May c It being ciaftomary for of ibis city to go on W hitMonday to tlve King gave this year a with an and ail forts of in tire foreft adjoining lothat The illumination was and acknow ledged by all the foreigners who were te be equal to anything theyhd ever feen of rhs Tlie fupper was ferved under and the bail lasted till dayiight next Kis iVIhieily came thither in a yacht the ciy oi VVarfaw faiuted hiin with a difclnrge of his MajeJiy received in finite number of and by five young in the character of one of nt ingthe harangued Poiifli ie Everyperfon1 of diltihcHon at Warlaw appeared this feaft and the niunber of Spectators of ail ditions was Extract tfa letter from de Burgomaster of the city of Oft and iis deputy to the has rspreeutsd toj the That thar ciry had been long de voted to commerce and fifning bu that thfr was now entirely and jfnry turned to very little wlierefore they the States to grant them fome exernnhpn from the StatesHime be caufe the finances of the Crown will not uiniit of any diminution in the and as Such exfjiup tion might be coniiderexl as a prejudice by other towns and dated May ao that the Statife of the hiving remarked hat the farm of the Domrtinsin Fomcrania and in the Ifle of does not amount fo half the value wlrch a good and ceconomical might make of them the States have prayed the that after ANECDOTE on the DEATH of a late DD bit fasfatred lip that his righteous an arch prelate chancd to t NOW L ON D O is paper being obliged to goto prefs at ten oclock nt the Nobility and retiring into the country for the fummer may have it feat te them by the General Pofl fviry previous to its being puh liflied in London the next morning j whereby a gentle man or lady naybatie the Gazetteer forty miles off at on the fame morning it is publijbtd in are not Members of either Houfe mm have it feftt them in a cemnon fitch as nusu fafcre the laft Jignedxithtbi the Or they may buiv it into the country by procuring an order fro Member to the their to termit any direBed for them at any particular to go The or Says Weekly may alfo be fent by Friday nightj poft iwi the 4ny Qniijfign in delivery of the papers Jinill be on fending notice to the Th price of each paper feat by the General Pojl ivil be the expiration cf the this fai m may given to the higheft as that of the Bailiwick ofNeukiofter in the Lordfhip of When jail letters cams from Cardinal Sfljjfetary ro the hndveceived the and was thought to lay at the point of Letter from Rome of the that the quarantine of Iliips coming from Dalmatia hath been reduced from 28 to 18 on advice being received that the contagious diftemper hd ceafed We are told from that the Sieur who was lately ai relied at andconduclrd to the had been rekafed again but it was not known how he obtained his Letters frora of the iift of laft that a convention is nearly concluded be tween the Court of France and the Republic of by which it is that the former hail affift the latter with moreadditional for the recoveries Vienna that there prrvaih an iilgroundsd that their Bank has reduced interest from 5 to 4 per cent that for the future no capitals placed in their Bank cotild be recalled therefore the Governmeirt and Bank this S may get their capitals back whenever betaufe the new bonds ars of the iivme enjry ths lame privileges of the old according to the published declaration of the Directors Tmitees of the They write from Gibralt ixo Tunis had lauded their crews on the Ills o and carried off leveral togeilier with much J hey write from feven French with their have arrived there have thought proper ro declare was a fa lie and that the and that all ins to troni a uheiv ncthiiig eis tarui foiiie important revolution They write from way ot inentioM Fr with her natives at the c taking in or Tf is ipMc1 Prince who Prince Ciii to deliver f ra 07 rue Freudi having been y ov tje Wa pfi is gone to jon it oi ths in orritr iroia lately re i Some letter jj great nluibsrs ot continiied to refurt to Prince who liad invited The report at the Weft end of the town on Wed nefday night that more changes expe in the and in the ived h Georgian army under invited ni the ntigl bouinr conquered Princes to iiuike off the Ottcinan The man of of 74 is sppoin ed by the Lords of the Aurairaity a ac pi ;