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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 8, 1766, London, Middlesex The and Daily MAY From the P O L I C THE extenfive Sale N E w D A i L Y ADVERTISER joined to the variety tf channels through which it pajjes bus lately been tot means of detecting fo many and of ap prehending fo many tliat it may bi proper to give THIS PUBLIC That fur tbt fu all information oft bis kin feat to be conftantly infcrted in THIS PAPER and if SUCH INFORMATIONS arc properly attended ta by PAWN BUYERS OF SECONDHAND few robberies will ef cape dtteflicK if PERSONS make ufe of the fame paper to advertife their loffes F I E L D I N fie WARNINGS from j kbi loft or in the or toy for immediate difpatch to all filler by the printer of tbis paper H A Y M A R K E AT THE IMGs THEATRE in the en Saturday the icth of will be performed a new Serious called L E R 0 E C I N E S The Mutic compofed by With flew new and pit and boxes to be put and no perfons to he admitted without which will be de livered That Day at the faid at half a guinea each Gallery five By their M A J E S T IBS Mo perfon whatsoever to be admitted behind the nor into the The pit and boxespwill be opened at To begin at half an hour after fix Vivant Rex MARYBONEG A R D N THE musical entertainments will continue very evening during the Summer Vc Mils and a young Ad mittance one foilling each The doors to be opened at five 5 to begin at half an hour after There will be a proper guard on the road and in the to protect the company to and from the gar On rainy evenings the mufic will be in the A Sale of iilks continues at the op pofite Cheapfide confifting of a large and elegant affbrtment of damafks and plain fattinsj fiowerd and plain black filks of nil kinds and plain luitrings iikewiie great variety of new iilks for the prefent Ryder returns his molt grateful ac knowledgments his friends and pail and hopes for a continupynce of the fame find allures that many of the articles will be fold at the prices appraifed is not lefs from to to ao per under the original JOSEPH Weaver and at tiie PackHorfe and in near Brihopf returns his fmcere thanks to all his have been extremely kind in conti uch their fince he was burntout itadful fire in and now begs leave to acquaint them and the that he is Removed into his which is now rebuilt on the fame fpot where his former and has laid in a large new and frelh alfortment of the moft fidhionabie goods for the fpring which he is determined to fell on the loweft and humbly inlreats his friends and former customers to favour him with a continuance of their which be ever efteemed as the greateft Day price The FOURTH PART containing 32 plates beauti fully coloured of SHE BRITISH ZOOLOGY a NATURAL HISTORY or ttie QUADRUPEDS and BIRDS of Britain and Publifhed for the be nefit of the Welch at Clerkenwell tmd fold by at the Navyoffice at in Fleetftreet Wal at Charingci oli and in Where may be dedicated to the price nine guineas coloured and half or five guineas uncoloured and half bound TheBRiTisH ZOOLO in four which complete the work under by the trultees of the After the coloured copies will be advanced to ten and the plain copies to fix NEW B O O K HASSELQUISTs VOYAGES and 1 T R A V E L S m the in the years 5l 5Z containing obfervations on the Holy and natural hiftory of the Published by order of the Queen of By Sir with a price bound A KEY to the NEW With an IntroduSion on the Jewifli fects or parties alluded to in the GofpeL Printed on writing in a neat pocket price fewed bound REFLECTIONS on In milch Rouffeaus principles are occafionally examined and By Preceptor to the Prince Cf Printed for Davis and oppofite T lriE Teeth and wheo clean and with their proper appearance of white and are undoubtedly the greateftornament to the noble afpecl of either and nothing more to ba avoided thaa the Richard at the in near having brought his Royal Opiate to that perfection and that it is now nfed by fome of the greatelt perfoinges in this king dom and he humbly takes this method of acquamt Nobility and that he has appointed in to difpole of it for the conveniency of the city alfo at his own hap at a It eradicates the fcurvy out of the teeth an4 unites the gums to the and gives a very agreeable whitenefs to the latter it takes off that pale livid colour the fcurvy bringson the and gives them a lively blooming preferves both to old is of an agreeable tafte and fmell and as its competition refills in the highelt it will keep in any climate many Proper directions and brumes for its with all forts of the richefl and molt curious per fumery goods in all AT near Richmond in by TAYLOR and Youth are care fully and expeditioufiy inftrucled in every Heceflary accompliflitnent for the public of or commercial plentifully fupplied with wholelome decently accommodated with and all other at twelve pounds per For pleafe to apply to in Long Weitminiler in Car nabyftreet at the in Vil Yorkbuiidings in Hog Sohoj in Black Friars in Grange Bermondfeyj in Bilhopgateitreet or to at Jonathans from ten to Taylor is now in and attends from ten to twelve at Furnivilsina TILBURY ALTERAilVE WAI IS fold by the appointmentof the proprietor at Purveyor to his in Aibans PallMdl at at Gravefend at the Jerusalem coftee Corn hill at at Chelmsford at the Well and no where at per the half and in mailer at per For an account of this water fee Andrews Trea tife en Tilbury printed for in Cornhill and Ruttys Treatife on Mineral One milling per dozen allowed for bottles and tiie lame in pro portion HE nnecollechsn of PROOF PRINTS and ETCH lately come from Italy and are all purchafed by at the Print warehoufe in Bondftreet They confiit ef the works of Iikewiie the Proof Prints ofthelati The nobilitv and gentry may be certain of havinsjthe nritimureffions of any print of either by the bed antient or modern as he is de termined only to promote thole prints which are fit to adorn the cabinets of ihe At the fame place may be had every article relating to paint and It is likewife delired that no perfon will pubiifh any print at Aultins houfe till he has een Next lueek be pn The two followiHg by Le Prince de tranilated from the ETTERS from EMERANCE to 2 f price Ths ViRTtOus or the MEMOIRS of M LA BARON NE BE price Printed for oppofite Catherineftreet in the Bookfeller to his Where may be the original French of the above books and the following works by the fame either in French or in Magazin price Magazin des 4 price Suite price bound D This day is Handftwneiyprinted in two 10 bound TRAVELS through FRANCE and ITALY containing obiervations on and antiquities j with a particular defcription of the and climate of Nice To which is added Regiller of the kept during a re fidence of eighteen months in that By Ut homo qui erranti comiter monftrat Quafi lumen de iuo lumine facit Niiiilominus ipfi cum illi E N N I U S Printed for in Tbis day is pries In two dedicated to the moft John Marquis of THE THEORY of Perfpeclive on Taylors new In two Firft treats of the doclrine of as it relates to common geometry to this is prefixed a fuccinct hiftorv of with annotations concerning mathematical projections in fize of tire diltance snd height si the The whole deiigned for the ufe of is illuf trated in a method entirely new by which the e veral lines and ufed in this are exhibited to and by moveable dia grams cut in in the identical poiitions where in this art defign Invented by John Lodge profeffbr of mathematics in the Royal Military Academy at Printed for at the Mulegate j Dodf Pailmall CharingCrofs in Fleetftreet Davis and Hoiborn in row in Ludgateitreet j in the Strand j and in I N O C U L A i 1 O PERSONS defirous of being may have it done in genteel commodiouily and carefully and provided with every thing neceifary at Five Guineas It is to fay any thing in favour of this lutary and iucceisful method but it niay not be im in regard to this particular to mention that it is recommended by near Thirty of the moft eminent furgeons and apothe who have figned their approbationto propo fals for its more effectual eftabliuimentby a fubfcrip to which upwards of One Hundred of the No oiiity and Gentry have already Particulars may be learned of in Chelfea where Propofals may be had gratis and of facing North umberland Strand in Fleetftreet and a Jamess where attends every Tuelday from three to R BRAND thinks it greatly neceifary to inform the gentlemen of the that he attends at las houle in Great every to inftruct their pupils in the me thod of applying his new invented elaftic for the cure of ruptures in the groins of both fexes and a bandage to fupportthe ligaments of the womb during lor the preventing ruptures in the or other parts of the and they re quire no He attends perfons afflicted with by letter or Brand attends Lije after trial for 24 years in vain of the various truffes and bandages uied in Britain and France upon he invented theie elaftic hae baffled the greateft that ever attempted them before B O O K This day is THOMAS PAYNES CATALOGUE for the Year 1766 Containing Twenty Thoufand Volumes of good in all langaages and facul and in fine Catalogues to be had price at Brother Cornhill Childs coffee pauls church yard Fleet ftreet without ienijJebar Charingcrofs Rid Janiess ftreet and New Bondftreet of thebookfelleis at Oxford and Cambridge and at the placs of in next the Martins where the full value is given for any or parcel of at having the remaining copies of the following HISTOIRE ET DEiACADEMIE ROY ALE DES 8S pro poles to icll in iii tili the id of Auguft at thirtyrive pounds a copy in which is not rnoie than half the original price aur the expira tion of the time if any copies mould they will iiot be fold for leis than feventy tiltoriginal who may be difpofed to pur chafe this valuable Work at fo low a are de fired to apply to in the who has copies ready to deliver upon the terms of Such who would ra ther have them bound in neat Paris may have them at the mop of the upon paying the additional of bind I This day is price NARRATIVE of what pafled between General Sir Harry Erfkine and Philip Efq in confirqucnce of a Letter wrote by the latter to the Earl ot relative to tiie publication ot fome original Letters and Poetry of Lady Mary Wortley then in Thickneifes for next the Mitre Fleetftreet and the corner of Sackville BOOKS Imported by in near Melanges Hif Par 3 in Diftionaire Domeftique 3 in Traite de la Peau Humaine park in Traite des par le 3 in avec Emerance a par de a At the fame phce may be hnd a Catalogue of fuch French books as are fold by the aid the French or in and the price thefe fugars bear in the Hanfe Ger any where cur fhipping i hurt and ieilcned by retraining our mer chants from this for nauy mips and many faiors would be employed in oil that I mean not that any of theie u gars fhould be fold The Britifn market ought certainly to beleft in die hands oith liritifh Welt India while we ohly thefe with our mar But while the fugars our ownWsft Indies are fold within this it can be no iois to tliein that our mer chants fhould gain to the nation and to by fupplying the continent with French It is to no purpoij to that every huisdrei ofiugars we buy orn he French in the French navy that mkht weigh if here was no body elfe would buy thele fugars for the uie of the foreign eisropean But vvhithe Dutch are ready to take French dinars and icli them wherever they but hurt the nation by declining to fharfe in a lucrative branch of I own it would be more eligible fcr us to fcrve all foreigners with the cf our own in our pre fent to be impol tible and ilnce we cannot do we prudence directs us to the next moft gainful mea and that is to engage in a trade whereby fome what may be though not lo much as we would This day is In fix Imperial price in done up and 43 done upon cloth and A CHART of the ATLAN TIC its If and the adjacent Continents in which the Britifh Dominions in Europe and the and the Arricaa are feen at one view the diftances ind iuperficial dimeniions retaining very their juft pro portions And the Runibsj ihew the Nautical Courts irom any port to the of the Britifh or between any two ports Projected in the manner which is def cribed and recommended by the MUR in Part of the Phi lolophical And engraved by T H O MAS geographical engraver to his Royal Highnefs the Duke of Printed for oppofite to Catherine in the Of whom may be defigned by the fame au and engraved by A Chart of the the Bay of with part of the Ocean and price A Chart of the German corrected thebeil Surveys and Aftronomical A Chart of the Coaft of with the Wellern Coaits of Great A Chart of the Mediterranean and Adriatic with the Archi and part of the Black For the letters and BRITAN ela To the lofs of the foreign fugar trade muft be looked on by all men of The it is will net be willing that we fhould in their fugar But the waivs their iflands a ways labour of lumber and pro lay them under a neceHity of giving a ty welcome to all fliips that furnuli them with which are now only to be in GUI nlmua tions in So that with the of ourowa and an afTortnient cl our own manu we mayeafily get poflcflion of a quantity of French large enough to fupply the demands of our cuftomers on the continent and it is plain that the French fugar got in this way may really be confidered as our own becaufe it comes into the place of that and fur nifhes us with the gains of So that he muft be entirely blind to the intrret of Briuin who would preclude us of a tradi bciuficiai to the t hope the intereit or Old Eiviruid wiil wegi fo far a to engnge thofe in powrr to iav this traae under mchreftraints that the Nord ncans ihl not have it in their power cut us out cf a branch orV commerce nid uti cI culated for eniching Tic ipirit of forbic their oeing to fhare in this branch or ccrnnnrce jwiiipe diftates that the wholeof the Britiih dcminions hould be corifiiered as n marker fbr the nroduchows of our Weft which conk nit be the cafe r the Norrh couhLiind a pretence trading the French home cuftomboiiie proper will alwayo prevent a bad ufe being made of this trade in Britain but the circumftances of public afEiirs are qvre different in North America hem they aie In that part cf ths world there are to be found many opportunities of fnuiggiing which are wanting in Here laws and preventive regulations can be properly enforced there th cuftomhoufe ofiicsrs dare nor do their So that to extend to America a of the fort mentioned and recommended in this would end in furnishing them with a pretext to cover fort of illicit trade which North American avarice would to the total deftrudion of our manu factories in For thef I hone proper care will be taken thru the im cf French fugars into North America be more carefully guarded againft thaii and vliat the inhabitants of Britain fliall e ed to purfue he trate of importing into for ex thofe French fugars which are to s en ployed in this branch of I is full time to coniider the utAnerca rs in ftate of fcpiir ition from Eri and to iaJuije them in no branch of trade that can any way contribute as caital to and it this commercial kingdon we reflect on the vaft accefTion of the Weft we muft regard the of that trade as a matter of the laft confequence to this The advanced price oCMuicavado or crude of thegrowth of the Britifn is an obftruetion not tp be fpee dilygot It will be fome time before the fugars of the new acquired iflands will come to the Britifh market in fuch loads as to fall the price of fugars and in the mean time the French monopolize all foreign njprkeft by reafon of the lower as well as the quality of their What is to be done in this cafe Our own iflands will not or cannot afford us fugars at fuch a rate that we can offer them in foreign markets either in a crude or a refined We muft either fuffcr our merchants to purchafe thefe articles of the or they cannot accommodate their cuflomers abroad on equal terms with them fo muft lofe all fhart of the gams ariting from ferving foreigners with The lofs of thefe gains to our is a lofs to the nation of all the gains they could make of that trade from the con fequence is that our merchants ought to be indulged in that in the interim and our home markets are fo glutted with our home fligars that our planters will offer them to us at fuch how prices that we can export them to Till then we muft hurt the nation by depriving our mer chants of an opportunity of drawing from the con tinent Hie difference between the price fugars We 1 find them loon an uvernnfch for and every Itep t ken to fuddnly r I dare to only c mn DU their entirely throwing offour yoke more T7 The fthjivg hairs are Alpha Philo Inhabitant on Bono If A Friend to Nobody but To the P R I N T E 1MID S T the various recreations of the I was induced the other day to fee the Exhi biiion at where I was greativ pleafed with the performances the brilliant appear irce on j entering the room very and the i j pictures m general were excellent and 1 thhk i I uikngeiiuous well as taking up too much time to i cntiaie and pick out the faults of every nrkic 11 would raiher act the generous admire the beau 11 and only endeavour to detect the After j i was fully with the plealin ex j tenfive merit of thole artilh of this and imt I j was leaving the I was aiked by an acquaintance j if I had keen the Exhibition in un j that feveral gentlemen had teld me there was i noihing worth looking To which my friend with feme and a ieeir ing consternation I was mifinfonned j and affured me there was a great variety and fome very capital As I knew my friends we went together and OR entering the I confefs I was not ftruck with the firft like that at Springgaprieju i but oa acaijdjd I ;