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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 27, 1766, London, Middlesex tteer a N O V M B E R I HA V M A R K E HTthe THEATRE in the HAY jflL on Saturday the performed a New Serious GRAN The Mvsic compofed by feveral celebrated With new new Pit and Boxes to be put nnd no perfons to be admitted without whch will be deli vered That Day at the at half a guinea Firft Gallery Second Gallery By their MAJESTIES No perfon whatfoever to be admitted behind the nor into the The Pit andBoxes will be opened at five To half an heur after fix oclock Vivant Rex and GOR moft humbly requett the Nobility and Gen Subfcribers to tlie Operas for the enfuing fea will pleafe to pay their fnbfcriptions to Andrew Drummond and t at Charing It is humbly dtired that the Subfcribers to the Boxes will pleafe to end to the Office of the faitl a lift of the names of the company their or for filver tickets for of to be delivered to each fabicriber in proper By Their MAJESTYS AT the THEATKE ROYAL in DRURY THIS PAY will be prefented The CLANDESTINE The principal parts by Mifs Abuig and To which will be The CONNING MA The characters by and Pit Fijlt Upper tor the boxes to be taken of at the AT the THEATRE in COVENT THIS DAY will be prsfented JtiULB A WIFE and HAVE A Smith Clarke Don MfTttuH by the Copper Wood wtird Old Frt 5 Alteat Walker Vincent j Mifs To will be DOCTOR by A D Boxes Pit Fir it Upper Places for the boxes to betaken of Sarjant at the A T the TJTEATJIB in the HAYMAR To the of Signer PLACIPOs Company will exhibit VARIETY of NEW Never attempted by other pei Singing by Mi and Vaulting on the flack rope by Signer Danci ng by Mifs Ferci and Mils Tumbling by Signer Williams and Dancing OB the tight rope by Mifs Mafter Signor Signer and Signer Signor Ferci will jump over the and play with the colours on the With leveral feats of activity never feen in Eng land and variety of new The and diverting performances on Wire and Tight Rope by the Monkey 5 he walks and dances on the tight rope with the pole he and balances various equilibres en the with and without the pplej he vaults and turns the wheel on the flack rope to This animal is die moft ef the kind ever and has gien general fatisfaftion wherever he has The whole to conclude with a hornpipe by Mifs Cafaia Boxes Pit Gallery The doors to be opened at and begin at half an after fix Vivant Rex To prevent places to be taken at the Office of the from nine to It is hwmWy requeued that the wlio take fend their Servants by five No money to be returned after the curtain is drawn S T A f L O T i E R and Stock the corner of the back6f the Rojwl are now felling tick hares and in and warranted undrawn At whole Office everal capital prizes have been lharsd and particularly a prize of in the nrifc 1763 a prize of in the fecend 1763 j the hit ad in the 1765 and the firft and and a price of in the prefent Tickets and ftares and theear lieft account of their fuccefs tent to any part of Great All letters port paid government fecuriries bought and fold by commiifton MARTHA widow of William and MARY both and now fuc the late Robert invntor patentee of that excellent called rurhjigtous Original Balfam of Lift to ether o eer witli the fold Wiffiam his late nephew and hare had the this molt excellent feveral no other peifon bsmj ac quainted beg leave to inform theroer iand pnblic in that they Cacey oa the bufuufe at the old the near tlve Royal Ex change j where all pcrfons may be a fib red of having the Original and Genuine Baftam of as hereto As and Son have adver tifcd upon the death of Robert Turliag tott they ate become lawfully pofiefted of re ceipt for alove ioaliam of Life This is tJ idiom the late Turlington nver difpofed of the recint for making Uie faid td perfoft encept the above whom he I ft the rf ndt by will therefore are i From the P O L I C BESIDES the attention now conftantly given at the above to all informatics of rob beries and by one raagifbate always attend ing for that in conference of the encou ragement with which his Grace the Duke of GRAF Firft Lord Commiffioner of his Ma jeftys hath honoured the prefent ufeful plan of Police Public notice is hereby that on every Wednefday morningfrom eleven to feveral magiftrares will attend at the faid office tohear relating to public nuifances within their in order immediately to remove the if in their otherwise to direct fuch uro fecutions as may bprheifleans of relieving the neigh bourhood from the and tranfacl fuch other public bufinefsas requires thepreroiceof more than one To the ul and Governor tf Thomass vote and intertft are humbly requefted J for John attorney at to fucceed Morfe the late Cleik in that he having ferved hisclerkfhip to that and coniinued with him in all upwards of ieven years hopes he is well qualified to fucceed being thoroughly ac duainted with the nature of the relative to the O 6 K A GENERAL HISTORY of containing an ACCOUNT of the FIRST INHA fBiTANTs of the and the Tranfadions in rom the EARLIEST By THOMAS an In fourvolumes large price four guineas in There are not thirty fetts left unfold of the la ge and not one of iht fmallpapiris Sold ty next the Meuftr in Ca Where may be Cartes Hiftory of volume the large price The fame in final 1 in price Hiftoiia dellc Guerre Civjli di Francia di Hcn rico in twa large beauti fully andcorreSly printed ufonfine paper aud a Rowan letter i price btunJtuuo Sir James Wares Hiltory and Antiquities of illultrated witk cuts of ancient alfo the and in their proper With a large Account of the Writers of in two fuch ivrirtTS who were born in that kingdom i fuch though en joyed preferments or offices or had their edur cauoji in it with an account of all the works they and large accounts of many of their Reviled and with many material and continued duwn to the beginning of the prefent esntu by Waher Efqj in price neatly or an In roduftion to the Antiqui ties of with upw irds of views and with proper the princi pal and antient dwelling in the c UnJy of Taken upon the fpct by Thomas Efq The fecund with additions price bound A D R J 1 S E M THE Works cf MICHAEL Efq a celebratedPott in the reign of Queen Eliza rtrftcollecled and publimedin one vo lume and four vovffrues at the price of aU in are to be fold either edition bound and By DAVIS and Oppofite Who have purchafeit the few remaining Dray tons or poetical Defcription of England and is eiteemed one of the moft ela borate and accurate performances tn our Ben Johnfbn and others have celebrated it the great Selden has illuftrated it with a Commentary later Antiquaries have cired it as a moft authentji J3j comparing Drayton with Carndeni it appears that he took little from printed books but Irered his defcription of this kingdom with an infi nite Vr rief y of curious Fa5ls from our old Manafeript Hiftory for which thole will honour his who regard the paft as well prefent ftate of their native N E w tf s i c Ibis Do ii pubKjbciti prut THE Favourite SONGS in the Burletta Opera of GLI And on Saturday next will be The MUSIC of CUNNING Printed and fold by facing omer in the Ot whom may be juft of the Harmonics ivjagazine co be conti nued monthly price Three by of Opera price Campionis for a vioiin and The day ii price TOUR the rteifirieal a F vantages of a perpetual union between Great Britain and her American written lor Sargents prizemedal to which by defire is prc An fpoken the delivery of theme at the public commencement in the college of May Philadelphia London reprinted for T the Mrute and in the Strand and fold by Pauls churcb H and Richardfon and under the Royal S TA r L O T T E R UNDRAWN Shares and are now felling warranted any hour of from feven in the morning till eleven at where no five per cent is and ene pound more when dwiwn in the than any where maresj and chances infured from be ing drawn by at his at in Popesheadar next Lombard ilreet and next Dunftans Harris in goldletters the Here during time of a great variety tickets lhares and Four blanks to a The blanks anv prizes to be transferable annuities at the Bank of Eng bearing three per and South Sea with their feveral India bonds Navy and Victualling and all jpfiGottrnment fecurities bought and fold by Ali from poft paid tiuly STATE UNDRAWN Shares and aie nowfelling in and by HAZARD and Stock a their the and at their houfe in where the ndmerical and regifterbooks of the drawingofthe lotrery are Au hares and chances old at thefe offices will DC tnmpt with the and round Hazards Tickets and Shares reglftered at fix pence per and tlie earlkit account of their fuccefs lentto any part of Great All kinds of Government Securities bought and fold by Ibis Day is price A Short and modcft REPLY to a The DUTCH DISPLAY K Judge that ye be not Printed for Richardfon and under the Royal the letters A and A MERCHANT out of TRADE lofl To the PRINTER of the fromaprincipe of humani tv mav oveivoo ari done w to but nIien the bread of yg multitudes i attempted to b ta taken from and they are to expofed to every fpecies of inv fery and no rcprehenfion can he fevere enoiigU for thofe who make fuch atro cious That the attempt to bring in a bill to admit of the importation of Freach is of is paft coatradifti n tinre is too ikog pro of it to bear animndverting on but how muft they be who are advocates for fo diftructive a mea fure An was it to fo ruinous and pernici ous both in a complicated and extenfive that one would karce have thought ic could have enter ed inta the heart of a fingle much more a fet of to The horror of turning forty people out qf giving a ballanceof Sve hundred thoufand a year to our natural and implacable ene appears b that it is no wonder every individual hculd and want to have an af fair of fuch infinite conlequence properly elucidated 5 and to do it may be proper to lay the pnblic what meafures have been taken by fome of the at the requeft of the in order to the completion of this to them but to the moft execrable That the retale and wholefale men Hand on one and the fame the fame inieparsble is felfevident j it is the principle they fet out The retale drapers have been of late great fufferers by the vigilance cf the and feverul of them are now under this touches the wholefale men in the moft felfinterelr no wonder therefore that the wholefale were willing to adopt a mealire that pTeafeil friends and and lecured their own Not therefore to be vague ad indeterminate upon fuch like a true to Rand uponfacls and dcfpife it may be neceffory to recapitulate what was dons at their meeting and as that was a kind of public it authenticates every truth relative and admits of no dif pute with refpeft to its It was alerted at this that application had been made and that ihey had met with a favoittable reception but as the obpft as firft pro pofed was too it might meet with great ob ftacles and objections from the Scotch and probably the India Company as this was therefore thought and perhaj s it was better ta make fome than entirely to give up the In order then to filence the and obtain the beft they could for the dra it was thought neceffary to divide the give up the Clear to the and purfue the bill for repealing the Cambrick afts fo far as they related to not Clear This was the iflue of this upon which a meet ing of the trade was and they met ac The Chairman acquainted them with what had been done and the encouragement they had met and that they were calied toge ther to deliberate and enforce what had been fo hap pily begun and motives upon which or any future application might be werq reduced to four The hardChips upon the if they were fubjccl to the and if they did were to the lofs or thsir trade from their going to thole who fol them with beldnefs and From the dread the whoefalemen were under vrith refpect to the fecurity of their own property fee if the retalers differed by and were compelled to the lofs fell ultimately the wholefale mtn it therefore became a duty incumbent upon them to ufe every method ftcure the property fjoth of the Fetaiers an I themfel yes from being fopre That there was the more hope they fhould attain this fo defireable an as thty had divided the grand and by giving up the Lawns to the Scotch to filence their opposition would puf fibly not be carried on with the lame nor have the fame as this meafure was but fet ting up againil the intereft of a collecled body of a confiderable and wherein they wtre terribly a fimple article of confumption and as they had made fo great a conceifion to the it was giving a ftronger force to the argument in fa of the drapers the dividing they had removed all agprehenfion of an oppalition from the India who knowing the was to be Continued on Clear Lawns as it was that not that affefted the file efMuf lins would not enter into or if they not with that vigour would have done had Clear Lawns been Having laid down thefe thsy were ge nerally admitted therewas a trifling difcumng the but not now worth enuring One would have Clear Lawns inclu as he was pretty warm againft fmu gling them Scotland and as ha lie was no his fpeeches were the index of a good warm for the welfare of his though en this occa in joining in the he certainly erred in Being Lord Thomonds on one though eflentially different in here was no bufmsfs and the brar was ufhered into world it is no when there were fomany goffips affiftingthe labours like other untoward it came like a bears and goad oflick ing to which end there was a cdhjraitte f tirtecn nurfes qld women are fupsr odd numbers beinq a gieeji as the bmt was like to there inuft be means to fiipport it were mentioned j fays an four we will endeavour to get money out of the fund to the truV teesof the Merchants and Drapers but I hope drat money will be applied this was to be confi dsred Here I inli red their and now begin orderly to take them to rhe application either for a par tial or total tis fo pregnant fo de fo dangerous prece fo abtokitely contrary to all rules of commercial rhat none but lich a fet of infatuated old gofija could have adup1 ted As to the hardfhips the retalers thtir con nieanfpiriied iout dt ferves fevere theres not one fenljble man amoiig tlsem who knows not the method to ftop the lale and confumption they know who are tlni principal offenders among the retaiers j they know who are the great offenders among thewholefale men and if they have not reibuuion and unanimity among to punifli the great let them iurTer under tlieir preteut no ways adequate to their puSkniniity and want offjii rit And as to the plea that the great people will have let great if not con travert and deny this bafe candal and as to the lit dear creatures the not to mention their exquilite fenfibility for the diftrtiles of I am convinced they have a higher opinion of the labours of their fellow fubjefts than to prefer the manufac ture of a that in a perfpeclwe view looks like 3 tall to the mufculnr ttrength of Iriih or who moves vviih the vigour and activity of a Roman With repfecl to the wliolefale the rifcue they run in the retalsrs is compenfated by the extraordinary profit tiny dealing in contraband having bad the profit of many years to indemnify ihemklves from any lit tle loffes they are appiehenfive of they have littie caufe of complaint 5 and I wifli they were able to give an their generofuy wherein they either indemnified or io the lofs ot fuffering by ffixnres and as to thofewho are or they have now a fine op portunity of lifting uider different thofe who never or fold fmuggled goods iince or third join the Scotch Intercil j tholivfhofe confcicncs nnkes their hearts palpitate left tares them in the ihat it certainly lhall jon the By this means we Jhall Know from the and I who am parteper neither Dove nor but a chattering oneday and ano ther thunderinganathemas againlt lhall appear in my proper In regard to nnd it was natural and jMinable every or founded upon right rcafon nature of So niany thcufhhclto berediired toimme liate andfo thoufand pounds thrown into a wrong and deftructjve chan fo txquifuely iliat I leave painting it to one will fecohd me in ardu ous tafk and the giving the Scotch the appearance of a trade was fo fo fo bafe and that I refer the dilcuiling this point fully to another tinie j ard I fiiall only obferve that hightft anl grofigft af front to legijlature and to attemot to im pofe or deceive them in this If we can now fmuggle both Cambricka and Clear we can with lefs difficulty or fmuggle on when the ports are open for Cambricks And how any body of men could have the consummate aflurancs to defcend fo low as or high as to impofe on is to I afllrt and 1st who dare contradict that if the trade i open for it ipfa open for Clear Lawns j andthe collufion of an apparent prohibition fo tluit woulil ntver have to impofe fo grofsly upon the imeiiectusls or the by rhe breathi too pure an iir to be impofed en iiod no the waver they mix their wine run As to the they nieet with from the that was got by the frtne but the t Com as well a the be fulfcrcrs to down tanuy 1uch an I rnd Open the ports for you for Clear My God What do you gentlemen Do you think unrkin nre blind ff you have di vidtd the the couduikm ;