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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 1, 1766, London, Middlesex The Gazetteer and New Daily T H U R S O A MAY From the extenfive Sale DAILY AJDVERTISEP joined to the variety through which it bos lately keen tht totaxs ef detecting fo many end of ap prehending fo maay that it may hi proper te give THIS rustic That tbi of this be cenilantly inferted in THIS and ij SUCH INFORMATIONS are properly attended ta by BUYERS OF SECONDHAND few robberies will ffcape dtiefiton tfpecially if ALL PERSONS ufcof the feme paper to advertife their Iwfles F The WARNINGS from laid every thins lojl in the f are for immediate dtftatcb toallfilver pawnbroker by the printer eft bit HA V AT THE KINGS THEATRE in the on Saturday the sd of will be per formed a new Serieus called L E R O E C I N E S The Muiic compofed by With new and Pit boxes to be put and no perfons to be admitted without which will be de livered That Day at the faid at half a guinea each Gallery five By their MAJESTIES No perfon whatfoever to be admitted behind the nor into the The pit and will be opened at To beem at half an hour after fix Vivant Rex AKYBONEGAR THE mufical entertainments will for the Summer This being the firit of Vocal Vm Mifs Taj and a young gentle A New Mufical ADDRESS to the words by Samuel the mufic by Admittance one Shilling each The doors to be opened at the muUc to beeinat half after Vivant Rex There will be a proper guard on the road and HI the to protect the company to and frqjn the April 1766 ffoike and Freeholders of the connty of HAVING had the honour which I hall ever gratefully acknowledge of being nominated a by a great majority of a numerous meet ing ot the and freeholders held here this by the appointment of the to confider of a proper perion to reprefent this county in the room of your late worthy member Lyfter and the time before the elec tian which will be at this place on Thurfday the 8th May next fc fhort as not to admit of a per I beg leace to take thismethoa of j defiritrgthe favour of yorr votes and intereft at the which will confer a lalting obligation your CHARLES c ilie and lrctkoUiTrs ctuntj of HAVING this day at a general and very nume rous meeting of the gentlemen Clergy and Free holders ef this had the honour of being put in nomination as a candidate to fucceed your late worthy Richard Eiq I re you my moft Cncerr thanks for the great honour conferred on aad in treat the favour votes and intereft at the on Thursday the 8th of Mav The ftiortnefs of the time I flatter apologize for my not making that perfonal which my as well as my prompts me to j I Vour moft and faithful humble April a BRID9TEMAN Ibis day is The Second of THE BEAUTIES ef ENGLAND Or a comprehenfive view of the Antiquities of Kingdom the feats of the nobility and gentry the of and cafties thfi chief markettowns and cities theum and the cities of London and The whole divided into the refpective counties of England and Wales and intended as a travelling pocket pointing out whatever is in Art or Printed for Davis and overagamlt Where may be The Book of or HackneyCoach describing above 4000 price ffhis day is price adorned nvitb la a neat pocket volume in A New Edition of THE PILGRIMS from this world to that which is to comts delivered under the fmnlitudeof a Wherein is The manner of his letting out j His dangerous journey His fafe arrival at the defired Complete in two Written by J O H N B U N Y A I have HOSEA Printed for in Where may be The above work in one large volume adorned wiJi curious engraved bv T Sturt price bound Alfo by the Same The Doctrine of the Law and Grace un folded price The Holy War r is Grace abounding to the chief of This price Embellifhed with a very elegant engraving by of a medal juft truck by ths ingenious in honour of a representation of very curious in North in their different neatly engraved 5 and anew Song fet to THE UNIVERSAL and COMPLETE MAGAZINE of KNOWLHDct and for Several numhtta of the Unnrerftl Mufeuin for the year having been out of it ceflary to public that compleat xets may now price fix foillings in or bound in by giving orders to their For the C O tf N T R SMITHS FAMILY MEDICINE fVom four to ten guineas defigned for the ule of thefe who are difpofed to do good to their poor neighbours but highly neceffary for all Fami lies who live at a diftance from an able in cafe of illnefs at In theie cheils are all the medicines mentioned in the Family the fifth edition of which is this day with fome very ufeful obftrvations upon One of thefe books given with each cheft of con taining plain and full directions for adminiftering and properly nurfing the fick alib mahogany cabinets for the feme Plans of the defign are given at Smiths chymical in Newgate near Cheapiide 5 where only thole chefts are to be AT near Richmond in by TAYLOR and Youth are care tuily and expeditioufly inltrucled in every neceflary accompliihmftnt for the public ot or commercial plentifully fupplied with wholefome decently accommodated with and all other at twelve pcAinds per For pleafe to applf to in Long Weitminlter in Car aabyftreetj at the in Vil lers Yorkbuildings in Hog Sohoj in Black Friars j in Grange Bennondfey in Bifhopigateftreet or to at Jonathans from ten to Taylor is now in and attends from ten to twelve atFurnivalsinn VENETIAN Window not to be out of fixed on a new finifhed in the neatell and itained to any colour for infides of houfes or chariots which give tlwee different lights by pulling a draws up as a cur obstructs the troubleforne rays of the fun in hot and greatly preferves the prevents being and may betaken down or put up in a by any Made and by maker and in For orders pleafe to take the extreme width and height of the of the fafli Bed ftools of a new wherein the patient fits as in an eafy chair are exceeding convenient for women in and may be ufecUfcth or without the backs and el This Day is price The FOURTH PART containing jz plates beauti fully coloured ot THE BRITISH ZOOLOGY a NATURAL HISTORY uf the ADRUPECi and BIRDS of Great Britain and Publifhed for the be nefit of the Welch at Clerkenwell and fold by at the Navyoffice at in Fleet ftreet Wal at Charingcrofs and in J Where may be dedicated to the price nine guineas coloured and half or five guineas uncoloured and half bound The BRITISH ZOOLO in four which complete the work under taken by the truftees of the After the coloured copies will be advanced to ten and the plain copies to fix Love and Proceedings in This day is price Embellimed with a fine Head of the celebrated a Print of Sir and SULal in the celebrated Farce of Love Ala and a new Song upon for diffe rent Inftrurnents NUMBER of E COURT MISCELLANY GENTLE MAN and LADYS NEW for The following is a finall part of the contents The celebrated farce of Love with a humourous Life of the Baron de Montef with a head finely Aretrofpec tive view ef the theatres of lalt Morning Amuiements of the King of Conclusion of an account of the efcape of King of A difcovery of Chit ticks fecret for the cure of the itone and never before The hiltory of The advantages of a fine adorned with good breeding after the manner ot An eltimate of the qualities of the feveral nations of Europe for by a General The charac ter of a faultlefs woman a being no where to be The life of George Frederic The errors of who place mankind in too high a fcaie of Extract from Lewiss Commercial Hiftory of The natural and op pofite character of the phyiically confidered with remarks on the influence of on the manners of different nations translated from tke ExtracT of a letter from a gentleman at I An account of the inhabitants ot taken j frsm a new called The Philofophy of by The celebrated Various pieces of Printed for Richardfon and under the Royal Exchange j in in the Strand and old by all the bookfellers and newscarriers in Great and Ireland Of whom any of the former numbers may be This dcy is By Andrew Dury and John in Dukes oppofite A Topographical Map of in ten flieets pt imperial on a fcale of two in ches to a mile j in which is exprefTed all the main and crofs noble men and gentlemens and every thing Teuntikable with the divifion of the parishes j alfo the plan Of Hertford and The faid John Andrews and Andrew beg leave to acquaint the that the map of the county of on the fame is in great for vrardnefs All noblemen and gentlemen who pleafe to encourage the are requeued to fend their iubfcriptions to Andrew in Dukes court where fpecimens of the work may be feen or to the furvev ors in the country fubfciibers names are to be engraved in the Thofe gentlemen who have been pleafed to for the map of are deiired to isnd for their in order to be ferved with the firft At the above place may be had all forts of Eig and foreign plans and NOW on oppofite jireat in Hol a large and prime Itock of trefh ot the following forts featherbeds warranted cotton and coverlids of all great variety ot bedlteads and ready made of fine flowered cheney anfJ made up in the neatell manner with all kinds of bedding for Sea or all quite fpick and fpan no nor rtale Like wile great choice of ICidder and Scots of curious patterns nnd beautiful of almoft every Rooms co red all over in the compleateil at Paines blanket and carpet lace to who begs leave to afiure Such perfons as have occafion to furnifh or for any fingle ar t Li at he is determined in order to eftabiiflvhiin felf iii the fell on fuch as net fui to recommend him to their future If good and upright will re commend a young beginner to the favour ot the pub he Ls determined that nothing that kind Shall be The prices afked in a Wolfe and beg leave to acquaint the nobility and they have roH of an additional volume to Camp bells Vitiuvius or the Britifh Archi teitj neatly in blue ready to deliver at the following places in Northumber in the Strand at in Cainabymaiket j in The ninth number will be published next Ibis day is price Dedicated to the BiShop of EMENDATIONES in in quibus Plurima veterum Grsecoruin SOPHOCLIS in cum turn PARS Scnpfn T O U cum Capella de in Agro Cornubienfi Proliant venaies apud in the Ins day are The Sixth and Seventh Volumes of THE HISTORY of the which cora pleat that from the Foundation of the See of to the prefent By ARCHIBALD Efq To be had at at thp in Fleet Street j at in Ludgateftreet at at the in Paternoller Row at Mr the corner of the Old Jewry and at the authors in facing New Bondftreet where complete fetts may be J his is The Second price REMARKS on LOWTHS LETTER to the BISHOP of GLOUCESTER 5 with the and the SECOND EPISTOLARY COR RESPONDENCE for Davis and book over againft Where may be A Free and Candid Examination of Bifhop Sherlocks and his DifcourSes on Prophecy A Differtation on thePaon 1 his day is price With the Authors original preface in defence ef the woik A Second Edition of O NANISM s A Treadle upon the Disor ders byMalturbatiou the dan gerous effects of Secret and cxctfiive By Feilow of the Royal Society of Msmber of the MeclicoPhyfical So ciety of and of the Oeconomica Society of Translated from the lait Paris By H U M Propriis extindtum vivere Printed for the Translator and fold by Prid and every bookfelier and newscarrier in town and fee lajl Fcr tbi Liters Jigntii JUS P R I N T E times of public it is the duty of every honed man to exert bimfelf in endeavouring to Serve tne Cimmunity belongs to and at the fame you merit opportunities you fo often give us of reminding our Great Rulers of their We thought ioine time ago we had reafon to be charmed with the amiable characters of our new Mi and had bme hopes that our griev ances would be the firlt things thought of for redrefs to our no fmall we hitherto that the real good of this if aX is the laft thing to be AH wife governments that have Hitherto have Itudied the happinefs and prosperity of the peo ple under their firSt to encreafe their num as they are when well to be the trueft riches of all excep for which we have wifely loaded matrimflkny with all pof fible But probably thare has not yet been time for our new Ministers to meddle in fuch low affairs it is very natural for generous people to prefer all foreign interests to their which is justified inthe great Service the Americans have by eafcd j of the heavy impreSfion of their the cyder counties from the cruel oppreSIian of exciie But thefe objects ought not to Stand in any com petition with the cries of all the labouring faffuring people sf who are the true luppoit of the pride and power of this and ought at all times to have the Strictest attention paid to their How with did theie peo ple cry aloud for till relief came by the destruction of the monopolizers of that article but it now rages to as high a degree in articles neceSTary to the Support of the common and moil ufeful people in our fleSh and fiSh pay a molt extrava gant excife oy being brought to the London Fldh meat is fold twopance and faaif oenny per cheaper within fifty miles ihan t is In horieffef times LoneIan market ufed td cheaper tliari any within the aforefaid But now the roads are waylaid with who ptirchafe from the eonntry at 15 and ao mies arid fet their own prices in al our at 20 and 50 per to the de itrudtion of our poor and middling If cur Ministers would abolish thefe Jawlsfs and take this method of taxing provifions into their own might h they raiie money enough ti prevent any new taxes being and give pleasure to the to know that they were where Some good afes might be druwn from and to nvoid abufed by a fett of every mart of ought to want as feverely as numbers have through their Withiathtrfe few rn aft was obtained ro Suf fer the importation of Irifh besf and pork fo London j and I remember that Cansbr dge butter was by that mesns reduced immediately from to per and fo continued till tbemxr fefilon of wken it was repealed by in a ittle they grew to fuch an exorbitant pitch of impudesce in their bare faced that they were obliged cnce more to be put under the fame re train t j but grown wanton by the encreafe of they have found wrn s to jlie the ItrorjgeSi endeavours to iupprets their which I am tokl they now do by buying up whoje cargoes of to ths London market from and fending it to or our Weilern This and their other prnclkes enables them to rule our London markets as they whkh the prefent price of provisions fenfibly ilieas an initance of which my butcher convinced me of laft by the Itrongeft proofs of his paying fivepence half penny a pound for a whole but could give no reafon why it was fo If this proceeds from a real Scarcity of Such animals as are ufual for our and neceSTary to our common is it not time for our legislature to irnerfere arid niaks laws to prevent killing calves and lambs for one which will make beef and mutton plenty the next and effecluaily remove fuch cnufe from being made a pretence for our prefent I would be glad to be informed whofq bufinsfs it in a State fuppofed to be well to pie vent abufes of thefe notorious ki d for our higheit Courts of Judicature know nothing but what is le gally and formally introduced to them and our com mon magistrates either canor will do nothing but by information from their thotigb none can be ignorant of the great abufts ovir labour ing and manufacturing people fufier from this great negleft of I it is to find out remedies for all evils tlie villainous nature of depraved men can invent to diiturborrie itroy the common of It is often aid there are laws fufticint to ntniJh all So tfiere are to prevent robberies and but mour we find them of little Whether ihe pxaraple of ths Gieat encourage the I will not preSume to but do Sincerely believe there never was fo genera of both high ana exftingfin any State iince the htsr part of the Roman by which it fell to as I mult oon except fome mirace is wrought in our we have now but little hopes If a ce tain great who formerly did muck for would now ajply la any other game but that of crofs purpoies and uiiturbiBg his neighbours from their common by frightening them from all public we irrght have fome hopes that their weak as they would be of if they had the liberty of explaining them it is fome accident will Soon and liberty be reStcred to them that wifh to make a make a right cf The only remedy I can think of for our prefent re to entreat that ufeful and woi thy Society tor the Encouragement of that for tije they would apply themfelves to the deft ruction of our ore fent fett of buter and by offering large rewards to detect Such villainous and carrying on fuits at thtir own expence they ire not a body corporate as the fijUmoageri there fore not io weii ALPHA AND The fcttoTvhig Letters an received One who pays his Taxs but defpairs of tver lee i ing them applied A Friend and constant Old Real and O Ivl EGA To the P R I N THE late good news from India gives pleafure to all at as svery man thinks we my get SLmeihini by Th debts cf the occafion neutaxes in tne of but the late iiccefsfut u n rhs Ealt Indies gives that the may hzys fome chance of being repaid part uf the money ex pended in keeping fleets and armies VT paying of uliich we liave been and or not to mention which may J his bsfrdcj of Englishmen kidnapped fuppcrt the is a debt due from the have to thir The are entirhd o an exiunve for a certain term of but this 15 and I apprehend the of would never have been debarred of their natural right of an verfal without a One hare beta tae not i frr ;