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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 14, 1766, London, Middlesex and N O V M B E R H A Y M A R K E T the KlNGi THEATRE in the HAY To the of Novem Will He performed a New Serious TRAKEBARNE GRAN The Jtiufic compofea by feveral celebrated Com With new new and new Pit and Boxw to be put and no perfons to be admitted without whch will be deh at the feid at half a guinea frrit Gallery Second Gallery By their MAJESTIES peribn whatfoever to be admitted behind the nor into the TAe Pit andBoxes will be opened at five To begin at half an hour after fix oclock Vivartt Rex and GOR moft humbly the Nobility and Gen Subfcribers to fhe for the enfuing fea will pileafe to pay their fubfcriptions to Andrew Drummond and t at Charing It is humbly defired that the Subfcribers to the will pleafe to fend to the Office of the faid a hft of the names of the company belonging to their or for ftlver tickets for the preparing of the to be delivered to each fubfcriber in proper D R U R Y L AN AT the THEATRE ROYAL m DRURY THIS DAY will be prefented the COUNTRY Altered from WYCJIERLEYS COUNTRY The principal parts by Cau Jfeeriy Matter fififs and Mifs With an Addrefs to by way ef by the Country To which will be DAPHNE and A M I N T O VERNON YOUNG Boxes pit Firtf Upper Places for the boxes to be taken of at the C O V E S T G A R D E AT the THEATRE hi COVENT THIS DA Y prefented LOFE in a I L L A G Juftice by fhuterj Young Duiteliamy j beng Jiis td appearance on that itage Dyer Sir William Beunet 5 Punttall Baker 5 Deborah Walker Mat locks j Pinto lace Mifs With MISS IN HER Pit Firlt Upper Places for tlie boxes to be taken of Sarjant at the AT the LITTLE THEATRE in the HAYMAR THIS the of Signer PLAClDOs Company juft arrived from abroad will exhibit VARIETY of NEW Never attempted by other per Singing by Mi Keen and Vaulting en the flack rope by Signer Gaitano and Signor SpU Dancing by Mifs Ferci and Miu Tumbliftg by Signer and Signor Dancing on the tight by Mifc Mafter Signer Signor Signer and Signor Signor Spmacuta will dance with two ooys tied to his and one on his on the tight With leveral of tftivity never feen in England and variety of new HeaUb has a Monkey that exhibits the moft fur prifmg and diverting performances he dances and turns abaut on the tightrope with the pole t he balances various and a barrow with a dog in it on the with and out the pole he vaults and turns the wheel on the flack rope to This animal is the moft aftoniftiing of the kind ever and given general wherever he Has exhi The whole to conclude with a hornpipe by Boxes Pit Gallery The doors to be opened at and begin at hal an hour after fix Vlvant Rex To prevent places to be taken the Office of the from nine to It humbly requested that the take will fend their fervants oy five No money to be returned alter curuin is drawn C O R N E L S begs leave to NOBILITY and G E N T H X SUBSCRIBERS to The SOCIETY in That the firft Meeting will be on Thurfday the Aai the polirtnefsof the Gentlemen ing their Tickets to the has been found pro ductive of a very dilproportionste number of the lat tis thought more by the Ladies who patronize the for the La dies Tickets hall be transferable only and Ggptlemens only to S T A T E L O T T E R THE Shares and Shares of are fold in quar and by HAZARD and at their State Lottery under the and at their houfe in Ludgate Tickets and Shares regifteredatfixpeace per and the earlieit account of their fuccefs lent to any pan of Great All mares and chances fold at thefe offices will be ftampt with the and round HazarJCs All letters poftpaid duly The Lottery gins drawing on Monday the ith af this Four blanks to a kinds of Government Securities bought an I fold by TURLINGTONS bALSAM of MARTHA widow of William and MARY both ami nowfuc of the late Robert inventor and of that molt excellent culled Turlingtons Original Balfam of Life together with the laid William his late nephew and have had the preparing this moft excellent medicine feveral no other peifon ac quainted beg leave to inform the mer and public in that they carry on the bufmefs at the old the near the Royal Ex change where all prrfons may be allured of having the Original and Genuine Ballam of as hereto AH others jre notorious INOCULATION for the WILLIS and having considered the inconvenieacies which arife Frorti eltaWifli ing inoculating houfes in country hitherto much complained as the introducing young per fonsto improper both as todiiparity ttf fortune su well as as alfo fepajratuig the tender infant fram the fond at time when cares moft waating we therefore continue to at peoples refpeilive both in town aad upan the molHtafonable of all ages with the greateft without confining them onefmgle day to their with printed ajnd are given every Tuetday avwl from ten till twelve in the at the third door from the Featliers facing Clements in to receve orfoand Veatwith fuch patients aschufe to wait on AS it gi eatly concerns perfohs afflicted the to know with certainty the efficacy of the remedies recominencled t6 them for this difteow Member of the Royal College of deligns to by well authen that Stcphenss medicines will when all others have failed j are very eafyto and not at all naufeous as malicioiifly re ported 5 and although he has by him a great num ber ef cafes ready to be among which are fome very fuch as of one of the Princeffes of France order to enrich his he ttc favours of all who have uled the above preparation with and have Hot already an acco nt jf their to iend as foon as to hin t ia Southampton Bloon fb His en the and Cure ot the is fold at in the S T A T E L O i T K K NO five per and one pound paid more at thefe offices for the chance ot a twenty pound when than at any and fix pounds more than is paid in general and lo m proportion in alV the other Shares and chances of tickets are felling at the lowed and the greateft in thir and fixty registered and ex amined by at his at in near LombardA reel and next DunftauY Harm gold Utters over the Four blanks to a The blanks and prizes to be transferable annuities at the tfankuf Eng bearing three per per Any of tickets at the lowelt The Lottery begins drawing on Monday Tickets infured from being drawn blanks in the ti me of drwing j fo that for three millings and fix pence a perfon may gain an undrawn ticket by re tuvningthe value of a Tbe public are defired to take that I am removea from my late Office in Hoi and conneclTbns Imported by PAbi VAILLAN TjtacnigSoiitlVanip tonftreet in the VfAVIGATIONE aux Terras Auilrales IN In tbh beak is contained the nmpkattfl xffount eftbt toiUSUjrtm tbtjwertl gaterj tube Inwt tlmnt and tandtd M tbef en France U en Hiftoirc delaMaifon de 5 du Ppince de i Eflai fur la Police La a Le Cuifinier Le Confervateur dt la i d de Traite Bons Traite de fuivi dunEHai fur la Sculp t des Couleurs pour la Peinture en precede de T Art de Peindre fur Hiftoire Critique de ou des nou veaux Elite de Pdefies Grammaire par Fablee de LeAng Allemand avec une traduc tipn it i Amours qe Henry avec fes Malheow de 2 for 1Hiftoire de Reine adreffik a Wjth many new ie 1 1 With hit Mtjeftys Royal Privilege and Licence In One Luge volume price bound YzNTH Illuftfattd with an entirenew of engraved by Geographer to Ms Corrected agreeable to the Ijte treaty of and the continued down to ttte A NEW GEOGRAPHICAL and HISTORICAL f Wherein the geographical Part is truly and the prefect State of the faVertHuiJgdojna of th is fo interipei as tfrutder nie ftudy of geography both entertaining andinJiruftiVe A Jefcriptionof rhe motion of the GecgraphicaHe tinittons and being a necefiary introduc tion to this A general divifion of the globe into land and The nttiation and extent of the feyeral countries contained in eacli quarter of the world j their chief prefent forms af reve taxesj and memorable are brougbt down to the prefent with an account of the and in the fe veral kingdoms and ftatss By Printedfor in Lodgateltreet A GENERAL HIST0RY of eontaiwng an ACCOVNT of the FIRST INHA BiTAKts of the theTfanfacVrohs in frdm the EARIJBST By THOMAS an EUCLISHM la four volumes large price four There are nct thirty hits left unfiU of the large andniit of tfiefciafl fafcris by next the Mculi in Ca Where may be Cartes Hiltory of volume the large price a Tlie fame in linail in h price Hiftoria delle Guerre Civili di Fraflcia di Hen rico in two large beavti jultj and printed itfon fine paptr nnd Utter price nttnly iacaJ Sir James Wares Hittory and Antiquities of illultrated with cuts of ancient alfo the and in their proper With a large Account of the Writers of iu two fuch writers who were bom in that kingdom aid fuch though en joyed preferments or offices or had their edu in it j with an account of at the works they and large accounts of many of tJUfir Reviled and many maferia ami continued down to beginning of the prefeat by Walter ia price neatly 5 or an IntroduSion to the Antiqui ties ot with upwards or 90 views anrf with proper the princi pal and antlem dwellings in the county of Taken upon the fpot by Thomas Efq The fecond with additions by the in price bound This Miming at nine ochck ivill be Price Twopence NUMBER pf THE EASTINDIA Printed Where may be had and On 1 hurjiiaj next price Jewfd AN ESSAY on the ENGLISH CONSTITUTION and By EDWARD Efq Of Lincoln Printed for Benjamin at Of whom may be Collection of State 7 price by Haynes and i price This day art prict or MEMOIRS of a or the Hiftory of LOUISA MJUDWAYV Now firft puutuhed from a Seftes of Original Printed for in Cathenne in the Woodfall Strahan j Hinton Bafcjwin j Ha and Collins j Crowder Caflon j Longman j Law i Lownds and Pote j Nicoll j fon and Roberts j and This day it p In two pocket price A beautiful and numerous EDIT being the Fo V R T ot SERMONS to YOUNG WOMEN By JAMES trlntcd tor and in the Strand j in FalUmall and in Paternolter Row Juft imported by Uecketaud AJe ia the EXPOSE Succint de b seft entre avec pieces A tranjttation will be in a few Of whom may be Kouffeaus works com in in 10 His Eloila Letter to the of Paris and Contraft So traufiated remainder of his works are in the and will be publiihed foon after This day is In price Six Shillings THE ART of MIUWIFRY reduced to PRIN in which are explained tke molt afe and ettablifhcd Methods of in each kind of Delivery Wth a SUMMARY HISTORY of the Tranflated from the French OuVinal by the late Royal Profeffor of Phyfic at and Phyficiafl to the French which is added an by the Tranffator contain ing iUuftrative Remarks on and Fieg nancyj and on thole Particubra taught by that vary from the methods adopted by the belt Accouchers here in which a Comparlfon be the French andfinglrfli Praftice is Printed for Bookfeller to his Catherineftreet in the Next month will be the Third and Lalt Volume of Aftrucs icatile on the Dif eafes pf bt fublijbtd Price Uaf a Guinea in A TRANSLATION of the FIRST THREE BOOKS of AN LUCRE T i Infcrihed to her M A J E S T By of theMiddls Efq This publication is defignsd to ace jn inodatethofe who may chute to have the of AntiLu cretius icparate from Cannings original com The purchafers of thre edition are afiured that the fifth and lixth will bejpublifhed on the firft of next and the and ninth which conclude the on the firft of January Printed for the Author and fold by and and Subfcriptions for the whole conGfting of Original Imitations of the and an entire Tranflation of Anti are received by the bookfelters abovernentioned of whom may be had Proposals at large as alio by the who may be directed to at the Grecian in or fpoken with at his in the Middle It it reqqeftedut who intend him the honour TO favour him their riptions M the ceurfe of the prefent or of th t next enfuing as the Firft Volume will be publilhed punc tually in January which isths time appoiuttd in conditions annexed to the MtiMe 17 A General Meeting of the Meicluuifs trading to North is defired at the fcmrt on at eleven of the clock in the r THINK it my to infoi rii the I Jl am very ready to print any gentlemans rerftTki on the Poem calfed or aCriicM Examina tion into the Merits of ths Performers at Theatre j but with name Nav KEARSLY RAZOR OF a new are prepared artd fold of Razormaker his at his hop in nar the Hay The inveutsr thefe ft raps will not be the notice of ihe pab much attention having been paid to render the with which they are com patible with the properties of the inftrument on which they are to At the fame place msy be hat made of meliorated by fun which are warranted to the and exchanged when not Allo his newinvented PEN which have received the Approbation ef the moft eminent At the fame place may be had Treats on the Ufe and Management of a al Diitftions rclatitre to its S T A Beginsdrawing on Monday the lyth RICHARDS and COi at theii Old Lottery next to the be to artUC the they taks nodeduction whatever lforti hares of tickets fold at this Office and per nor ten from the By inis entire plan the moft advantageous ever oftered to the pilblic fill per fons who purchafe of will be paid feveral pounds more for only a twenty pound and on the highelt prizes upwards of five hundred and are felling in grsat variety of and will con iniie fold during the and infured frm Our Aeiiiter and Numerical are kept with the greatelt and will be fettled and ehtcqued every evening by tire Cominiffianert Lift of Prizes fo that the public may depend on know ing ewary day the fuccefs of their and on having an account fent to any part of the AN SMUG An Ictf To PHILO LETTER HILST We ccmplain of the degleft of the Marriageaft This though generally objecled would be a lalutsry regulation W a fober well dtfciplined peo j us it feems to run We eafily know its operation by the number of marriages regiftered an nually within the bills of mortality for a few previous to it and the number which have been fo lemnized within the pace of time fince the enacting this By fuch rneam we might form a judgment of the Etnefs of in certain we clnnot adapt the minds of a people to a we nfult accommodate the law to the efnecially if experience teach us the juft diilincVion how far to perfift or re Btit every kw which is calculated for good order ftiould with caution be departed ftomt In this Country it will be found awholefome To rtftrain the precipitate raflinefs of giddy is fit and neceiTary yet if we create delays in mar riage among the common it will endanger their changing their and good policy requires our providing as much as pcfilble the muta ble which charailerifes our and which fiiould be confidered in our political regula This matter hath been under fome confide and poifibly in good time fome alteration may take That luxury abounds moft in great and that vicious exceffcs have a natural tendency to Mor ten mens and prevent is beyond all But is it impofllble in a profpsrous Itare to preferve fuch order and political ceconomy as may refill the poifonous effefts of opulency And hall we complain of the bad conferences of much and in the fame bieath confeis that our children pe ri ih for want It would be of great ufe to know how this matter Hands in the great cities ef efpecially where liberty is not fwallowed By the belt accounts from the proper inha bitants of their cities though they are not fkilful in the management and in gene ral much as I obfei ved in my more vicious than we But they have very con fiftent in as much as they make it n ous in fome to give portions to poor young women in order to their The are not ferved by female domefrics as we and consequently there is the employ ment for Two in a if we them from the of four in a hundred of the Tufcan wo I find drained off to he hut up in To compenfate for this political and for want of monfervants in their families are very numerous whether the ma fter confiders what difordrrs aiiie from that a tate is threatened with diflblution by re itraints en inAeadof ivjeiling1 a fervant is the mailer of i en times rejects him if is not married then the donaeftic is fleep cut of his Dm grandeur feems to be nt nieridisii height We begin to find that we cannot ferveJWand Man Our country demands one tiling cur conve our ptea of ;