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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 19, 1766, London, Middlesex The M O N AY INCHS Garden and near Georges will be opened THIS being the igth for the entertainment of gentlemen ladies and will continue fo every evening during the fummer with vocal and Each perfon paying admit Jhe doors to be open at and the mufic to begin at LAWRENCE and burnt out by the late fire take this method of informing rhe that they are now returned to then near Durhamyard in the wiiere they pe for the continuance of the favours of theii S uft For the MITHS FAMILY MEDICINE from four to ten guineas deiigned for the cf thole are difpofed to do good to their r neiidov urs but bhly neceffary for all Fami lies whoiive at a c from abie in ccft cf illncs In theie chells are ah the medicines mentioned in the Family the rifth edition of this day with fonie very uiefui cblervations upon One of theie hooks given with each chelt of con taining plain and full directions for adminiitering and properly nurfing the fick alfcAirwhogany cabinets for the fame Plans cf the defign are given at Smiths cliymicai in Newgate near Cheapiide where only thole chelts are to be Tins Day is Handfomely printed in two Price bound WHlTELOCKEs DISQUISITIONS on the GOVERNMENT of by Being his Note upoivthe Kings Writ for choofmg Members of 1 3 Now full publiflieu from his original by CHARLES Printed for in This aay are Uniformly printed in with his price one guinea THE W G R K S of the late HENRY Chancellor of Containing his Seimons on Practical 2 A fummary View of the Controverfy be tween and being the fubitance of his Boyles Lecture And a Collection of pubiidied between the years 1729 and in defence and explanation of and us and prepared for the by the Author and now republifhed by STUB Preacher to the Society of Pnntd for Davis and oppofite The above refpeclive Volumes may be had Ado his Brief Account of Du price and his Caution againit RehgiousDe price or per hundred to thofe who giw them This Juy is price Dedicated to DAVID Efq Ornaiiiented with a of the tatc elegantly LIFE of JAMES JL Including a Hittory of the Stage during his Time and imerlperfed with many curious Anec dotes oi the principal Performers with a genuine and authentic Copy of his lad Will and To which are QUINS or the Face tious Mans Pocket Companion containing every Species of and Repartee with a complete Collection of properly Printed r r Biado in Paternoittr Either Quins Life or j efts may be had price each This day is price A CONFUTATION of Biihop HARE1 s SYSTEM of HEBREW METRE In a LETTER to the ED WARDS j in anfwer to his LATIN By ROBERT London and and Chaplain in Ordinary to his Printed for Ac in tu Strand and in Of whom may be Lowths Letter 10 the Biihop 4th price Lowth de Sacra Poefi He price Michaelis Nots price boun Amort Introduction to Englifh the one on a fine price bound the other for SCHOO price LowthsLife of id price Lowths Aflize Sei rice are but too gc day is In one large volume price bound being the molt complete on the fubject everpubliked n A METHODICAL SYNOPSIS of MINERAL WA BRS being a work of twentyone Comprehending above 260 of the nult celebrated medicinal bjLh cold ami of Great Bri and befules many other parts of the herein the feveral impregnating previouily and their characlenltics each water is reduced to its proper gtMis j and betides the parti cular the and abuds of the are in i method entirely with a far more and ample account of the and copper than has been luterfperfed wirli tables tending so throw light upon this intricatefubject an1 abftracb of the principal nuthers who have treated on waters j and the accounts of difperftd in the afts the feveral learned iacieties ii are collected and properly digeiteJ By JOHN Printed for in Ludgate Where ma be had Medical Observations and by a Society of in Jn a Price bound Schombergs Abridgement of Van Swietens In I price bound Schombergs Treatife on the Colica Piiton or the Dry price Smiths phyliologrcal and on the nature and eir culationof the and the eifeclsojf price Allens SynopSs Medjuinae a Summary View of the wiiole Practice of Phy In two price bound Lewiss Experimental Hiftory of the Mater ia Msdi of the natural or artificial ubilances made ue of in medicine containing a compf ntlious view of theie natural hi an account of their pharma ceetic and an eitimate of their In r price fcfFcr the litters BONO PUBLICO and A PaftortllElegitic Dia laji PRINTER of the Little excurlion into the country prevented me from feeing the let ter of my formidable time enough to aniwer it fooiier as the two ex hibitions of Maiden lane and Springgardens ttill contirtj to engage the public rhe intervention Or two or three days by no hurt our I make an obiervation or two upon that gentlemans anfwer to the Jirtle with which I formerly took the liberty of troubling you and flatter that the well known of your paper will even afford me a place for a re mould he think of honouring this with any I hat the fnould is nothing extraordinary the extraordinary is to fee a jade writhing with a ieniibi lity under the laili tat feems to acktiiowltdge the JLiftice ot the yet lifting its hed at the fame time to kick the hand by which it is Io feafonably To drop the I was in hopes that the remark which I candidly threw out in my for mer relative to the Spring garden Exhibit would have rather been thankfully jeceivtd as the advice of a than relented as the malice of an Benevolent intents how are frequently linble to from the ignorant j and thofe who are coniuous of a fet tled malignity in their own heart nerally ready to fuipecl it in every body The ingenious author of the lettir Signed highly as he feems inferefted for the honour of the Springgarden and pltuihbly as he would pals himfelf for a connoiflenr upon the put betrayed his and expofed his ig by the molt unfortunate junction ef two which fate never intended to be connected in the fame He has coupled one of the moft capital feapainters with and taught the latter to cry out in the language of u as if he was actually lifted into reputation by being fo atiurdly introduced into very excellent It does not a little finprize that the gtntle IT en who exhibit at many of whom are perrons of unqueiiionable mould differ fo clumly an advocate to their and to teizc the public with criticisms on their works equa ly and While men of fuch reputation as and obiige the world with an exhibition of their there can be no doubt whatsoever of finding a crouded com pany at Spiinggardeiii to keep any lit tle Scribbler in pay to itring up occafionai puffs for or to publifh occasional invectives againit their Maidenlane is as lidkulous as it is ant no Iefs derogatory to their known good than to the generalreftituds oftheir If a fault is now aud thn found with fome of their does ir obviate the cenSure the to that fome of the Maidenlane paint ings are Itiitead of Sheltering themfelves behind the defects of their they ought to cor rect their own errors and inltead of the negative of not being the they ought to endea vour at the politive character of real The accurate author of the Letter figned Vent as has an unaccountable propenfity to this unmanly mode of vindicating Ins by traducing the repura tion of other becaufe a general clif galit is occtUiontd by lea he im mediately Strikes at a gentleman who merely paints for his amuSement at the Maiden lane and generously as I am a csniiderable por tion of his leifure hours for the advancement of the and the relief of thole profeffors who are unhappily reduced to A moonlight pic ture by this gentleman he condemns as a Sea though it is principally a kmdfope and endeavours to take away all the merit which it evidently pof from a fenfible expectation of by that the character of Wright not content with tearing the laurel fn brows of the he iacriligiaufly rakes up the afhes of the and calls up poor Raphael from the to pay a compnment as flimfey as it is to the painter of Pyladts and When the formidable has in toefe refpeds To utterly unworthy of the title he af it cannot be expected that he would pay anv great regard to truth in other eircumflances thowgh he fays the excellent charity which is up portej by means of the Maidenlane exhibition is not countenanced by any people of nor the ment of the exhibition itfelf encouraged by the mu nificence of the ftil the chagjin wliich he inamteilly dilcovcrs at the fuccefs of is no leh an argument of his fallhood than a proof of his in The vindication of the is a which I hall leave entirely to the gentle men by whom it is conducVc conclude with in forming my worthy antngonift to at leaft on tint particular the blackneis of his heart if it be even impossible for him oo others to hide the vveaknefs of his Saturday B to A Pro logue and To SINTER of the fTER Io many letters ii the public papers alter fa many petitions to the higher powers con cerning the ItaniLis cf I was in great hopes fowething would have been done to alleviate tiu of the and the middling clafs jif But the evil till and will unleis we can ftrike at the root it without fome degi can fee a great nation and torn to pieces by a fett of covetous who breakthrough the and yet are fuffered to treat upon the necks of their luperiors I know the citizens of London would hold them in deferved if they knew the fource whence theevils which L fliall endeavour tc point To go to the primary caufe of our long complained of I fhall that gentlemen of large who have ever been accultomed to let out final i from twenty to eighty pounds a for have for many years palt almolt univer lally refilled to renew their leafes and as the live they have been thrown into one great whereby fome farmers now rent near nn whole pa and others rent much Thus farms get into the hands a few by ccn luhing and having a general con efpcn dence from all are pretty fure of their point at all If a crop of grain proves but loiddli then they are fure to reprellm it fa wofe than it to enhance the price bat if ir proves is tiiey prove their by vvithholding he railingthe robbin the public of the of tnrving the mtukets into compliance with their opprtflive de mands Nothing but the Rock in hand of two plen tiful years will oblige tiiem to fell and when they do it is to the which is eiigroffing foreltailing for hat is brought to market vvii not iupplyone twentieth part of the demand They do noi care to bring it to but lell it o the enablethem t compals their though the millers buimeis is not one in the country htivinoa licence a Thus it ha that when the poor want they are toiceu to apply to the miller initead of markers and here Itis i very great giivan which nothing but a fpirited exertion oi laws can in either or we in the coun try have been long fentibie though totally una ble to A private does not care to attack an cpulent man rui be the confe The corporations confdt of men in who have a great on the By the means it that engroffers act with impunity in of all and w they are unchecked continue pi apices You in London think the buutiers are the there may be fome inltancss of thuir n re but to my own knowledge it is the farmers vvho are the of the Auditors ai he ijvs i hud igtujraniy and fcandaloufiy in the Gazettcr of the rath in to clear tois iiyliterious as as I take to be 11ivei 212 clerk or Stupid hackoey in one or of the two quarters of the and who does not that tliere are any audjors for the public accoutt tlie aforefaid tlat account by the proper auditor of the plantaion now elted in an Honourable and Reverend by virtue of a grant from his late and that iii itead of the fee of for the faid it was upwards of with any in the ntxt iiper then I will that lie is not tiiat very ignorant pei he iopears to Y May A M I C U in the eppof teuoie at xvhi h ome folks were failed with Tn and Taco offended at the they pi tcipitatey lock their heels From tlie L ON D i N ij i hna rine iinu lie and maa Field aitd f iritt S nat the Orders of of the Vvhife Alexander and of He was app tinted i the year gentleman of the to Elector of wrds the F bv that i Monarchapp o th ver 1 the to bs acoellion to the Jn lie was Milted Vice hao Ruffiin ad in L t The landed not confideringthat ifj they have their high rents well they twenty per extra for are real fuJitorttrs of the engroffing and have enabled them to play this game it is not from them then jj we are to hope any relief and unlefs the city of 111 London take it into their I of feeing i trade ever exert or a poor perfon with afmilj i ins countenance again and this can only de done j of pc f illtiie at oi m t e county t to surrender ths d 4th of at in ftc afier lujlvc at th cottttty cf Lcfur correipond with proper i 01 jui a u L f Topes at J i e iOOO i ttt late of t T hH at three in i eroo late in the e T t mt junfes allottect fa to receive diourmtteitt the 8th tnira i fuch informations are fobs laid at afcer ounty of Du on or by the which I am would produce the wilhedfor good Suppofe that fome at next Court of Aldermen tnd mould make a motion For raifing a fum of money i i by in order to carry on prcfecutioiis V agamft all of j I trhoughout all Fngland ibrj the diftemper reaches eveiy part and in order to raife fuch a let the Common go to H every houie in theiqprecinct ro folicit it ieta I committee be for the managementofthis and at their ririt mcetinj tntm mfcrt in all I the public tlie nature of the the S penalties the Cifenders and their inenr of effectually prolecuting ever fuch offender E attorney employed ihoud in the counties a informations th before the in order to lee if tliere are I jult grounds to forma or fomething like I am fully I inevit biy put a final Hop to this infamous MI ma nagement of pravilions for when the people find j they have friends to fight their there would i not be inting who if they even IS to a juitire of the are either received very or elfe are This would break i the neck of ail that roguery that has been praaifed for fome This in only the fpace cf two or reduce mutton to threepence per and every thingelle in due proportion you mult not fuppofe that ir is want that M porcelains of all in imitation of ti makes every thing fo bccaufe it is the opinion j 1 and confirming the privileges of the royal manuuc of the beit judges I have converfed with on thisfubj tureof f that the Iheep are now more abundant bv one j than they were thirty years fmce and the farmers end anfwered in a double bv get ting money by and at the fame time advancing the price of their live you the grievance began by letting little farms into i large or ingroffing of and continusby jj I ctinnct the fubject without acquainting whic that a neighbouring bred to the pofitively that there is a law now in j confining a farmer not to rent above fj a yearif and the laws againit were properly in the axe would belaid to the root of the and procure a greater bleffintr j than the nation has experienced for ti century j Blandfordy in May O MIC j L O N D O M The Duke of Richmond is lull to hiccevd tlie iate of the Secrctaiies ot Letters onl dated May info an arret was iiiusd tiie 151 of Febiuary h throughout the the fa o lite trm tliat ihePr at C luperb in honctr of ntacom Isic d rhouiand ccanon for To the PRINTER of theGAZET Ao r r i having been pleafed to inform the j by his letter in your paper of this that no j iuch account of the produce of the French prizes the laft war had been brought into that rieiiiii Fau thtv or Lord upwards of two iiurdr Ktk in our re there wiii no tLet in tier tiic prin iiom fquare to ir the fi nrfdav iidt latf a his 1 t at his Excelncv Am rlioufe from abroad t 11 Laeon i in town s in Holies ;