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   Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 3, 1765, London, Middlesex                                A L L in r YATES 5 TWhButton Braniby Picket j ParfJns Mr TALMtR ReffteftfJ P A X M E E EN M Rooker Mifs TjAtM TH IS D VEs L AiST S H IF Tfce F Q OSL to1 H f V Elder Clarke Young DttnftaU Dyer R Di With PERSEUS ami A N PR O M EDA Mattocks MiftWeifmaa MILE S i J CJ D I E printed of Tftjfr fo far incrMfid as to h r Its going to frefs at ffotir farftofire who tbfak tbtir interejf fffiertfj tbat till fent to Frinitr in V or be m Certainty sf futb Adwnifitmnls appearing in the next January PL ERG Y efthe Churchptand within the ftslhy tad the of arc dufired to according iheir the 8th ihorder fot Relief of at EeveiifGt0cJt A CAT A U E of the LIB A R Y of the Right the Earl ef trefident of the Royal lately from his Honfe in Sqmie To wfocb art Three eutious Clucks rt1de by telonging to the NoWu VH fold by In ou Monday the r4th and to the Fire following be oclockThe Books u be viewed on Monday to tha of of the following Book fellers Street Bfotfiertprtj Cornhill 5 jand kt the PlaeebT fCovers bound in Calf AMUSEMENTS JJM of tha G E R MA N Wiittcn in in the YeSr By Senior Feilow ot the Roysij of at To which added containing Hiuo and The prefent Aqiirfemens are altered the j eyen the Regulations prjilcribed to who drink the are new the in prnred0f pavjs and in Hoffwn oppofite jp By The BEAUTltSof ait accu nte Account of capital Paintingsand ereatly Tefoi1 The SECOND with large His GRACE the DUKE of A NARRATIVE rf the i fFctfts of a Medicine difcove red Paris in Year 1 by a cdebtated German whch cures the Venertal Difeale in its moft inve erate and mafiznsnt without or the lead Con as prjftifed in bo h in private Cafes and in Military Hofprals with well au tnem Certificates of of and other hebtePer foliages Number of the moll eminent ihyiicjans To is a Preliminary Difcourfe oii The Viewing its in jliouty ft A M C O W P Printed for in ChurchYard Mr in Throadneedle behind the Royal Exchange in near Hicks Hall i in the Paflage ot the Tempe in FleetSpect and may be had of all tne Bookfclers in Great K B This Medicine is to be with proper Ad irtaHCafcsof at Ws Houfe In Johns Street and by at the above gientioned Kor the undoubted Cure of and all eruptive ESSENCE pf This new and the Airh e 10 is n t hemay Otto be equalled m ThoJc bapPi to tr ir wlU be here fcwce in Na ore f quaky an4 V cy u will not Human pilts MiwW If fUmhu i os f the Rirtg and cu as asJKe jsiooo Babf inthe it to reft tU Reput to of his being cure with and fny Perfon wl o the f Waterto Compoftt Any farther the Advice ot thi leaft f from Eight to an the Six For the Utters Jifaid L To the PR I NT HOUGH nothing can be radre nor confeqrienfry Ws difficult than to let itnprevok ed abufe pifs without ah iae it is not quite Ib eafyto the temptation offennbi a due acknowledgment of an unmerited hoHOUrV Such is that which a very unadequate at tempt of at an apology for differing in piy opinion frofe has me from himfel in Jiis letter your paper of the where he fliews fo juitk to that fo unpardonabVni menof tKe tieatmg a difagreement of opinionj rather as a perfonal than as occafion of feek ing the truth amicably and joint of his coittpliirient I muft have leave tpr attribute to his liberal way of and the reil to his prejudice iti fey5ur of a fob which is probably endeared to himty cbe attention it hds colt hifli a prejudice which eh gageshira to extend hjs regard to a feHowtuhi vator of the fame field of as mucbas that cultivation of ujs JJut npt todwell too long on the wound hin in that tender to every man of fenfe is the moil the mention of hirnlelf 5 I fliakJl byway of felTjuftificationj that 1 could never fiuertain fo that of bringing hint ovtr to my by proofs which 14iad not anil by argu ments to which I had not given that exteftuon n which they and which would have oeen Ib to ady of ef My fo defe5iv6 arfd were tlien in a great meafure a my iin at my having been obliggdio re nounce not only the vas rae aottooi oj cmniecBWPw sarnrnor grcfsly with not merely mat ter ot or peiantic but intereit in fome to all literary and eipeciaUy to this country the great principles ot to this ferve their venerable to that antiquity of which I had been digging the and fan cied 1 na3 the But to the Londinienfis appeaTs to while with fe much avoiding the one extreme of an attribution to the antient Britons of an o of a of a moil cer tainly nonexirtent among to run into the ether extreme or imputingto them a barbarifm and an ignorance of fuch as pre vail at tnis inftant among the Ravages of Ame But unuoubtedly thee is a which confifts in a fimplkity of manners equi diitaht from the refinements of or from the primitive roughnefs of vated Jt is hiitoricaHy clear that they attained one degree qfiupeiiority to the primor dial barbarifm ot Hying in oi hol lows of a circurnitancc common to the firft eipeciaily of the northwell parts of gave to them the name of Titan Jor Celts tlieie are finunimous of which lubterraneous abodes there are Hill monuments extant in various parts of the cells of Hawtb rden in thole of at leait tillthe tenth befides others in But in later though ftill extremely re mote ones from the prdeht theBritons for the molt exchanged thoieprime val or bowers or they dwelt either or affocia tively in can circular barricades of with the boughs to this day called Fajlxtjfii in and antiently known by various or Stows which at figmnca tion ofa furrounding or In proceis then ot and after that the who Miniftcrs oi religion and the jaws of this for realons immateriai laid this ifland under a general of Sit tp with few among many other confcqucnces of this great national mea the importation of gold would in a great meal and the na1 tives would be rcuuced ctie currency oftheir word in the of clearly accounts epithet of given to in quality of fouujer of Qairites er purely Celtic for Tavinjmenj or rathtfr tor Cities Citifens in the more enlarged fig0ifica tioh ot Fieftnei of the fame not hey might refiJe in the cou you have the origiu t and bs or iriiringt for a circuaiftanctf ich that fuperhcial flimzy courtier f might deceived into the opinion of their with inhabitants for great is this chimera refuted by J fpeech vf Car abacus ta ClxutHut Ctsfar f Jie OPES la it likely that fo great a great let he was fince thofe whom they cannot dt I likely that CaraSacus would e iipky infpfeamng to expreffions not r lative to thofe their ideas of which he aft know fo well This argument will alfo receive a ntjv inforce dctfrbm the that the coinage niohey is ropft probable of Dhiidical i or at leaft of their mbft early a THe modern Britons have the RynoBeline tbt on l nrtieftt Britifii by the barbarous name of The very dfQrd coin iaphe of the many in the Cel 6e to exprtfs a bead in the praprr and is Pe or Pfenicb penny j is tKe a kecid t9 is the Venctwu Zec fimply the JtrUing or The additional fyn in a general term t the futyeft whatever it on the various metals which received tlie lAHethereonfequenceof tKe premefitioned in woald that tlie Britons the lounger their and if you un y foreign da from that which took placeabout tivo or three hundred years before the rime af figned by chronology to the ftege of they the invafibn by Jutim ftick pretty nearly at the fame llandard of fim oflife and to which they owed their remarkable and which charac heroes of Humcrt in a light io far from degrading or that the celebrat ftatuaiy Bijuchadon told the Coantde could not jielp fancying tne great of his poems taller by fome feet than the ftature of the mere mortals of the prcfbnt And if Londinitiifif will but pcfleft on the la ring incompatibility of a fet of of fuch acknowledged fovereign influence as profeuedJy making the fublimelt objedVs of divinity and philofopny their cvxfiant ftudyr with the relt of the nation being nothing better than the American with their paint and and the at allow that my diJTent from is not without foun which is all that 1 But if I might have leaveo pulh cortclufions yet fit by taking my departure from a pital ellablifhed fadt in to inveftigHte obfcure by the light of that clear nothing being more natural than for one truth to open in to a I flatter myfelf that I could dcKonflrute that the greater pobability lies on the fide of the Fhenicians being indebted as Itrangeas this firft found tctlie Bri tons for the art of and jvot the Bri tons to them j by the fubfequent hutting up of the it to a loft and ufclefs confequently funk with them into little better than abfolute Poljdore rirgil men tions theopinion of various authors to have that the invention of navigation was firlt difco vertd in the Sntijh aad executed by rates corio palpably our antient Bri whence the oWSpanifh word Car far as lam from the vulgarifoi of leek ing to make of other nations the colonies or e migrations particularly from ones I am qnly in by a fufficiently au thentic point in Inltory to fufpeft the Phenici ans of having been rather their elves a colony of northejn The name of leems to indicate a as the colorart vultut diftingiiimed the lurei of As to it is moft palpa bly a Celtic lignifying a place iniularly furrounded Jby as Sidon does a place by the water that I lay any the leail ilrefs upon flierely etimplogical Eti mologies can nevereltaWifli a point of hiftory they ierve at inottto oteroborate a or tp and even ri PQ the condition of their not being It is an in chat thiy fticuld be well well in tively the origin tfjbtBtrufcanst labotirs hard to force it from the eSEfterti Regions but his eiFortt ap pear to rather to prove the inverfe cif Jiis anf that it was they Tent forth arid not that they were theirfelver 1 have resfon to conjecture tnat San cboniaiboni a writer nearly cotemporary to the fiege of was an Eti Some valuable fragments ot him are preferved 10 us by of this am clear that the fa mous inftitutor of thePhenician it one of the names the Druid lioHdiiiienjtsi me very juilly grounded in his ntiitauli of are the moll a d without a man of warm imagina tion may ty them whatever he toconfefe any An4 indeedSvho would hot be a genius as iBaketfo pitiful a them How how is his derivation of Minerva from qurfi minuit becaofe fbrfooih fh is the GodvJefs of How greatly jCJlore Celtic interpretation or Jpritigoftbe How agreeable to nuice meaning of this allegoricil according to Inginium bcllo This is rather merely Pdflai dcntly fichifies tfc Iteadi even the Bgiptian nanies that deity ledge a Celtic may Fairfy be dered the wiftlcm if the orljiogra phy of it be according to ejtnce of tke beaf libweyer it not very But as to hint for an diate receurfs to the Celtic 1 coiifefs marilyindebted even Plato hifflfelf hasfuccefe i ed very ill in Kis gni that preciftly for paying ed his own dicioufly pointing out theteltic hfll as recourle torhistnvivcufrenttjreef or his He makes Htclor cbiafc from ixu and Heroe becaufe to love Heroess Can aiiy lefsoppolite thitn thtf or more abfirrdiy than f interrogate the Celtitfarfd it will tell that a valiant lyfrrttFj a titan in Compare but thefc diftcrent or thsT do not conrpam Here I niuil refpeftfully aadl moft efLtedfnienfo in r y of a little value in totiilly dTi cif groveling UUteleflndfs qf ighoranc in the h fom of moiifly abandoned of arej to fay thatiiuhV np literary am for anynoble cr virtuous As things areH talents have a good bargain of it if they can efcape thc being cruelly or meanl the molt del t1cable ad wretches need not fpajr of gecdng revJr ftonary by the ruin of their coun but it ishardjy ppAtbletO fervs it With im All doet batthe more honour to to literature thus dilgrace j xvhile I have the pleafure of giving Tor good a reafon for the tribute 1 pay hiih of in better expreffien ihau I could myfelf furnifhj et lucri et adhuc Jublimia I your moft humble V E R I C O L Itis now the men or war and government for the liaft will not be fent out till accounts have been received from Lord wbrch are expefted to arrive by the end of They write from two bomb vef oa the the firft ever built in ueie launched thtrc the iSth of Nuvember and thatfour others were nearly We are the laft Lifbon packet brought over yimiTiiflions to fliip feveral thou fand weight of j itiih American for ufe of the new beaver lately ellablifhed in that This Week feveral experienced Hafpooners were engaged for wears the King of Portugal intends to encourage his to gome in for a fhare with the other trading nations of in carrying on a whale fiihery in the GretrnlAhd They write from that two Iftfge tranf with fait provisions from arrived there the 12th of December the cargoes of which are depoiitad at for the ufe of ths iwentynintthoufandweight of the produce of the French fettkinents on the Mif xvere imported to the zoth ult from New Orleans it is the lands to the wcilward of that river are ex favourable for the cultivation 6f that A very extraordinary petition has lately fent over from one of conquered govern by about 200 praying to have their old lawsi and Wthods confirmed to in Ikad of tboie lately intro for r SAY in and SeW c BV Corgfr of f Price Pat every Thing In fe ftiming and TwoPence   

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