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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 28, 1766, London, Middlesex J o W E D N E S A MAY M A R Y B O N E G A R D E N THE imiiical entertainments will be continued during the Summer Admittance one hilling each The doors to be opened at five and the mufic to begin athalf an hour after The ufual road for carriages being rendered jmpaffabie and by tire multiplicity of Lowe humbly begs the favour of the and to order their coaches jro comeby Oxford and down Wei beck fcreet it is full as and quite Proper perfons will attend to direct the There Is another good way down which feomes into Marybone convenient for and parts coach men will find either of the above ways much the to csme with their R A B A N and K I M CoAVvEiCcHANTS and atWhite Friars near the SELL SCOTCH and All forts of bil I very large and other at the moil realonable Jsl Having laid in a large quantity of the above the ciiitomers to this wharf may pot only de pend upon being ierved at the fcarceft but without au advanced and may be allured of their orders being executed with the greatelt and j3Clean oak and beech whokfale and to be SO L by A U C T I O By P H I f P S and S O On Thurfday the 5th of at Gangways coffee houfein at one oclock at noon A BOUT aeo gallons of exceeding hue and war A ranted genuine TOKAY of ten and fix years which will be fold three m a above wine was lately imported by who will warrant it as tne genuine and neat produce of Samples may be tafted at the coffeehonfe on Monday the ad of and to the time of tale alib every day at the PHIPFS and at the in Ibis day price or v bound THE SECRET CORRESPONDENCE of Sir with JAMES King of Nowmitpublifhed By Sir DAVID Printed for in the June ivill be on writing in two very neat pocket price fewed in blue THE ENGLISH CONNOISSEUR an account of whatever is curious in in the and Seats of the Nobflity and Gentry of Eng bath in Town and At few of it is welt any Catalogues of the Curiofities that adorn them can be Printed Davis and over againii Of whom may be Count AlgarottVs Effajnpn printed in thfc fame price B o o This day is THOMAS PAYEES CATALOGUE for the Year 1766 Containing Twenty Thoufand Volumes of good in alilangaages and facul and in fine Catalogues to be had price at Brother Cornhill Childs coffee yard Fleet ftreet Templebar Charingcrofs Rid Jamess itreet Robfon and JSew Bondftreet 5 of thebookfellers at Oxford and Cambridge and at the place of in next the Meufe Martins here the full value is given for any or Iparcfel of SOLD This day is A CATALOGUE of SCARCE and VALUABLE many of them fuperbly bound in Ruflia in which is included a fine collection of 1 iw confuting of feveral thoufand volumes in all arts and va rious in fine condition which will begin to be fold very the loweit price printed to each article in the catalogue for ready money Monday the and continue on fale till all are by WILLIAM book cppofite Of whom may be had the full vahu in ready money tor any library or pared of Catalogues to be had of the following bookfellers Pallmall in Bond ftreet in the Strand Temple 5 Pauls churchyard Cornhill the bookfellers at Oxford and Cambridge and at the place of UGGS effectually either in town or by ANDREW at the ORIGINAL THREE the firft houfe in opposite Andrews being univerfaljy known ainongft the firit rank in the city and fuburbs of after ie yeral years His abilities may be known pn inquiring at that capital and well known the Swan with Two which makes up near two hundred and were hve or fix years ago fwarming with thefe noxious vermin at the Actons boardingfcheol at Clap ham Bsddelys boardingfchool at Hoxton and numbers of large not room to mention here where ou nCy have a fatisfaitory account of thofe naufeous vermin being totally destroyed by the abovementioned Andrew after others liave proved I aifo engag to look after fuch beds that I have at the rate of one fettling a year each Any gentlemen may have a bed cured on the ftiorteft a IK ready to lie in five minutes after The bug liquor fold at a proper directions how to ufc The favour of a pennypoft or 3 di reftion in will and duly Beware of as I am ob liged to go after them and mend their I alfo recommend tofuch of the jsn that are foing to ro have filch houfes infpected being the principal cnufe of their goods being petered with that noxious ver min called WHEREAS fpme perfons have affected to DOUBT in and have even infi nuated their DOUBTs concerning the ve racity of the late QUERIES refpectfully fubmitted to the casdour of His GRACE THE DUKE or NEW by the prefent CHAMBERLAIN OF THE OF LONDON He hereby CALLS UPON any perfon whatfoever to either in part or in the any thing contained in the aid wherein he claims a May Chamberlain of the Cily of P Y R M O N T W A T E Of this Spring JUST arrived at OWENS ORIGINAL MINERAL WATER near Pleet Itreet late in its reputation near fifty by the vecommendation of the moil eminent GERMAN and all other Mineral Waters in their utmoft lent to all parts of the town porterage ADVERTISE MEN THE WORKS of MICHAEL a memorable Poet in the Reign of Queen Eli Collected in the year and publifbed in one volume and in four volumes at the price of in now propofed to be fold either edition at bound and By DAVIS and Overagainft Who have purchafed a few remaining Numerous are the bycotemps rary of the great genius of and the fweetnefs of his His poetical defcrip tion of England lands celebrated by Ben Jonnfon and as a molt accurate per formance the great Selden illuftrated it with a Commentary and later Antiquaries cite it as well for its as for that infinite variety of curious facts with which it is from our old manufcript for the MIDDLING TRADES MAN loft To the PRINTER of the E S T the PulPlic be miQed in our PaPei Wednefday figned himfclf A Lover of Truth lt 13 and they are hereby ac tnat it may be fuppofed to be the production of fome perfon to ufe his oxvn words mutato r who feels the fmarrof my letter of Saturday before for no one elfe could have nattered him elf that fuch a llimfy anfwer would refute the indifputable evidence of which I there laid be fore the public but let the galld afs my withers are unwrwig i Nor is that letter all I have to Before I have done with the I hope to make fome which I perceive to be a little tick already at the gentle dofe I have given dif gorge their with the young kite in the they mould mittake their newfwallowed prey for their own and cry out that they were As to what he that fo far from any perfon employed in the controul and enquiry being entitled to any on the fettlement of any account what that it was an exprefs that no fee or gratuity mould be accepted by any perfon belong ing to thofe offices I that fuch a refolu tion was certainly a good one but whether it was obeyed or is the and that it will require foine better proof than his or the bare recital of the to convince the public againft general and the teftimony of par ticular in this that without taking any fuch or any other myfterious in two or three amafs minifterial for tunes from mere otherwife the refolution will only alcng with the flagracy of the the inability of thofe who made that reiclution to prevent or punifh as is the cafe in other which rnuft occur to every There are laws among and thofe firing ones againftrobbing and cheiiing but will it be faid from that there are no fuch crimes committed believe the contrary is the jniteft conclufion and that if there had iiot been fuch there would have been nO laws made again ft How as I faid thefe laws are able to prevent let the Sections Papers tell in by the fome who now hew away in would make no fmall iverc cvery hsnejl man to have bis and every a as the faying whether fuch honelt men and knaves were ErtgUJb or But I believe I fmell the rat the very candid gentleman perhaps means of received publicly irui as But are there not mere ways of killing a dog befide hanging him Do not you that a prefent to induce you to do what you ought to do without is pretty much the fame as a fee for having done whether that prelent is made for or as a or under what colour you pleafe to give it Am that fuch and fome of them pntiy genteel cues have been made on thefe occa I believe your great regard for trui b will not permit you to deny as I could alfo point out the perfons to whom they have been the truth fafe to li fpoken in all cafes but while itis liable to be conftrued into a J think it more prudent to be upon my though I could make every word I fay as plain as a coach drawn by crtamcdaured But have a little candid Sir I There will be a time and place for faying all things and that time is nearer perhaps thnn you defire when I hall do rrfy and fettle the accounts before with out bung flopped by a menace a having it told inhere I in tsfjear fur tyfi A word to the wife In hort we live in a Itrange world but fuch things will whjle one Fox is fet to watch does not lea gee and men are appointed to fettle and tsrtij their And fo much at time for the Lsver of Truth and Cauttourt to give the devil his is a fit advocate for the caufe he has undertaken in I make no he has exerted his beft as well for the honour as for the intereft of his client and that I will takeupon me to as effectually as they have Jone for their country a piece of juftice which I fhould have done him had I not been out of town from the day I fent you my laft letter till lad In my lait I promifed you fome account of the curious which Settlements were made at the fevsral office in Ger which I really defigned to have been the fub ject of this letter belide that I thought it a debt of politenefs not to delay paying my compliments to your worthy correfpondent a Lover of Truth and the nature of that account requires delibe ration for though fails are ftrong a man may burn his fingers by meddling with them without taking proper care and it would vex a faint to fuffer for fpeaking truth as the Irifirnan faid from the where he was fet for having told that he caught the prieit killing his thoughbe hadfeen him Mith sivfi tvio A FRIEND TO AND Wills May MEGA to of ths 1 an a member f could form npv n or To the PRINTER of the Ecci iierum IMAGINED I had got rid of the Grateful Soal but I find I have moil unluckily fallen into his clutches a fecond time and he has no more mercy on me than a BarberSurgeon has on a rugged which with a blunt razor he and at one for a He has dripped me of the good name of a Member of the Society of and given me that of a Member of the Fifh mongers He very benevolently offers me a wooden I mull allow nobody has a better right to difpofe than the ovrrer and then for mally arraigns me of malice a fecond which I take to be illegal for having proved from Blakes own ac that there not been a but a cou fiderable on the Societys fiih account but this he declares to be a cf by a perfon who conceals therefore if It is indeed fomewhat ti be and condemned of and all uncharitable becaufe I have concealed my name and all thi on the evidence of how cane he to tliat the cap mult fit himfelf An unflcilful who happens to forget he has his holiday coat may chance to have it polled by a fudden a of the charge his fquirting en has been loaded with j and your fictitious cor refpondent fhould have that charge of concealing a writers name might probably and leave him in an unfavoury But notwithstanding this Scaleasrhzs condemned me right or true or me on a wooden and dubbfd me a filhmonger not indeed as Molieies faggotmaker was dubbed a by adry yet till he is not fatif unlefs he me to atoms by the encrmous weight of his He does not imagine there could be any other who could not fee that the conference undeniably from the data tries to verify the proof by an fays filh prime colt current price and the fame quantity of fifli charged to markets but fold for confequently there will be Bravo He tken If the material the price of mould be the confequences mull be different for the fayie of the fame at the fAme prime the fame incidental can only be charged to market at if the current price be reduced from to per pound and iuppoling that it actuaily produced the full yet cctjequenily there wiiiilili be Idemfcinfer argfa Blake has made no but And to prove this matter itill more he fteps into my out of curioftty only and fajs replied When 5ur car riages are he mult be a BraviJJimo Here is as good a as ever was friar Bacons brazen and the qusnce undeniable from the which wants only to be proved for if ihould fo that the price of the whole quantity was not reduced from to then the tonfftjiitnce as flat and the poor foaleater muit be at of a couple of wooden fupporters to let it upright in its BufTofavehim from racking his which may be of foraught I can IflilUfupply him with a few delivered to the public by his bene witbau an In his at the clofe of the Societys fifli by which he declares a lofs of he pofltively that 215 the fum total of the fifh brought by him from the i6th to the 3oth of to the London fold for which is at the rate of nearly per on an In his lail account delivered to the he de the prime of 215 tons and all in cidental expences to was but which is at the rate of about per Here is a confequente as plain as a pike ft and without an that there was a profit of on the fale of 215 tons of fubject ftill to the expeuces that attended the fales fo that until the public can be fatisned by proef or that the London expences attending the fale of this in about fixteen months and fourteen days amounted to the grateful foaleater muit een be that the profit mould be fairly placed to his benefactors And as I fuppofe the foaleater got to the of his and as Emed the Society laft Wej urlay by let ter that he does net intend to Cini any fjrtheac count of the money they had to his care I dont expect any new matttr titrier 1 in my tajc iibejtv jrana lizing his which belnr partly aited with every inuividii has a right to examiiie nd aHb account I fhould take a proper fa who has lagacjoufly found of the Fifhrnongers certain ludgmint of what prof he is but that iocs not fem ouirs o eaAr a as it is to fay what he really is rat For a by his itils and by his ignorance in al though barber and nvck have occurred by way of can I fibly fuppofe him to be a 1 git cr natural of any branch cf LO medical rribss what the French call fcnim or in niai Englifli or Hi have difplayed greater kill in attempting to her benefactor from theburthen of profit he bss been fpecially found pregnant with the Socierys A To the PKNlhK of tiie GAZLi i MANY and great have the complaints pathetic in your con cerning the diftreffes of he Poor Never were com plaints of public grievances better clearly demonstrated than the prefent univerfa cry of the people about the dtatJi of ail of provi fions many among in defiance of all our and in opea violation cf reafoii and treat tlicfe clamours c f multi tude as of a ciiiordered Ihey ireat tiie advocates of the who have atttmpted to reduce tie incxpreilible rroansof the poor into nnd conve it to th a I they treat thim a the authors of ca the trumpeters iedition the fo menters of popular i if it were not more fde lo bo lightly informed of i the iuftvringicf the in order to apply a timely thin to let public grievances riuiHein the I breaits of the populace uinil the k of tiniverfiil di cord fhould break cut inftaivly into a a irrefilbblc or general eonfbigT tion or the body J is the duty of every guod j who o cive public uarn lidjoin Ins Larndt endeavours to avert impending blow No hate can be mined wh people have a liberty to the ear of government is olen and well grounded complaints of the jjiit j j complaints are and priivances are mo jj or uhen discovered arc di tLere into rr fecret ry andlike and other cmbttfiible matter in the bowds of the by te leaft breatii cf air J9 kindled into a dreadful explofion or would conceal from govern ment the of are jj the greateft enemies of all good govei nments and their ludicrous of tlie poor ought to he j confidered pernicious ad S vice of Kling Kehohoams wnnton wo j prompted their Prince to infult the people with j j of much greater fulJe becauie they ij complained of the I need not mention in ij what manner the conteit the that j eniued is kncvn And I contend all thofe Ij tlwt aie for encreauiigthe peoples rather i fhnri for eafirig the iveary are enemies to I G d and mod members cf the the pefts of and the detestation all good jffach men have weight enoujli j to gcv rnment to turns deaf ear to the re j peated complaints of the injured that go t vernment muic upon a tottering Away therefore with thole flinty ar gue about and other ne Cfilities cf with as much apathy and itulifferencr a if they meafuring a tone or a piece cf Men the amiable of are unfit to be confulted in fuch emer gencies Their arguments are and but tend to no fjir The principal argument I have ieen come frou thde Nabals is That working people are when provider are and if they can gei mo ney enough in days to fupport their families they will drink ai 1 play the remainder of the week and fo are fluwly canjcd Suppofmg all this with to a of our manufacturers who may he idle or does it follow from tliat sjiofe w ho work lx diys in n week from four or five ii the morning tl eishtat ihouiu all their anti ingejuii pro vide a decent and comfortable lr No can more aMud this I know to b chanic at thrt of fuch chafes d derve ig as a y men f K hjtvl gaining and other ex have fotfiired by treaior i our great rf n ovipht lo be l r e tfr god a bottom as that The lab ulci Poor live atitietoa c ancient and than the rci inens ie3o immeiife j and if hey mteivpt to lierit Poor in general of their j own efbtes will be litde or thj hI extremely May ortr gritar fee in that encreale is of he Poo and that die Poor have a right to by the frail thcieof ii fo fwcet to i he i ;