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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 7, 1765, London, Middlesex The i ifr Ilif t ji v f f M n A v i A 4 b v V as to h M is The tazetteer D K U Y M T is D A R O M O aaa JITLI E Holland Mr bii Burron f rvar Hazard Ctoft CT B With fte Foaeal With QUEEN M A Roojter j Mifi K VEN tG AH DE T K I 1 A KG k E A R 0 S S i CLARKE SPARKS CurhnaR i White j AaJirten With THOMAS and S A L L The BEARD Mifs B R E or there can be no ts tapatftfa x M the Worthy the City of rtE important Office of CHAM jPtfcXjttjiid tfoli Honourable beinj va feyijie of the fee THOMAS 1 fees Leave ofcrwielf to fuc Shoatd I be f0 as meet with your IVJ1 left fy jetf Gratitude by a conrtsra wthe Butitfsof tkit ty thereof Curing at I havetnade my coolant etn attewfWtHCky Bufinefc farufeyin 1ovrer rtryflsif in defending the of wy fcHow thradJ of this wKofc Tifrie fM be employed in ftia follewr tljc Favour te and I if needfulUre 4fired tiv E R A K C I S E 1 and Td W Cpnftitution State ud i of ft tk Worthy rf W At la e we ta w cefl the Kavqat O yftuf and Jntewft to fiieeceJ ihereiii and ftftnW t w be I fp of my Abi eodearour of January 7i Wm th Lirtervrtieu of tbt City XOUK and Foil if needful are dttfiwd for SAMUEL CITIZEN and WAXCH AND To be your in the Roain of the lare worthy SirTHOMAS beins well attaelieJ to his MajeftyBfins and our happy Conftitntian in Church and and ever zcilou to the Rights and Libenier of Fellow Worthy tiverymen of tbeCity df BilNG invited arid encouraged by many of my to Coffer my felf a Candidate for the Office of CHAMBERtAiV of this in the Room of the THOMAS to follicit the Farouraf your Vrxes aod Intereft for that Office And if I fliould be fo hippy as to meetwUhyour Approbation and I promrle to give up all other and to devote mi whole Time to the Duties Qfthat important 1 Your mafi abed ent humie SAMUEL T i i Worthy Liverymen of ike City of XHIE Favour of your Inr snd Poll if needful are rmmblydcirredfrir TURN CITIZEN CLOTH Tofncceed dviceafed as CHAMBZRL of being a Ferlon KilonOy aftefted tohit Maiefty Kiag and Our happy Conftuation in Church and State and a warm Atfnor Right sand and Ctommercial of JfitMiy To be tovtky aftr City of H E Office of CHAMBERLAIN being by the Detth the late worthy Sir THOMAS I teg Leave to the Faronrof your Vptei to fucceed him therein that if I Ihould have the Honour tcfbe riefted M important my whole Time and Study devoted to difchiTging the Dury ihere end proviag Your moft obedient huaible ike utortky of tbs Qtty cf YOUR and f if needful arc defiwd for j 6 H N B O N 1J J CITIZEN AND TAf IOR To of triist in Room ot Sir THOMAS be to Ws prefiwi of the Rights of A LONDON HAVING been encouraged by greatNumbers of my Friends to offer myfelf a Candidate for the Office of CHAMBERLAIN for this ho nourable in the Room of Sir THOMAS I humbly beg the and if ib ha w to wTBleftflciroqr to tcAify ray Senfc of the by the faithful of thg great Your rtfoft vein Vi I be fp unfortunate as to omit writing 19 any I hope be b good oot to impute it to Inattention on1 my to the Difficulty pf procuring correft he the fuartby Ltvetyateit oftbe City of G N T L K YOUR and if needful are defitddfor a T R A G E T T L CITIZEN AJJP To fucwed Sir THOMAS H as of this rbelng a Perfnn well aJpjted Majeifry and Our happy Conftitu0 in Church and Aflertnj of and cf Telkrvr To the GEN PrE of C H A MB ER LAI N by the Death of jout toe WOT hy HAKttsoNj I the Li berty you for the Favour flf Votes and ntercft to him in that hope my CbnduA iattHo may hav defeived humble Bfliopfjate THOMAS Cr the are deflrcdto meet on TucfJay at Twelve at the on Special January C L E R G the feveral Churchesana Cli i pels within the Bills of Mor tality and in Comity of are defired to meet at according to ibeir at Eleven oClock onTuefday the inorder to coulider farther of the Plan intended for the Relief of the Widows and Oiphans of fuch A Sale of at the Queens Head and Client Garderv confilling of plain Silks of every for the jrefcnt Seafon wjth a of Nor wich Bhck Si Ai we hsve lately had an Oppornnvty of a great Part of the above Goods coniiderably urider their Oripind Ladies may depend on fning ex1 Tordinary A This Day it C AT A U E of the L I B R A R Y of the Right the Earl of M A C C L E S F I EL Prefidcnt of the Royal lately Brought from his Houfe in Jamess Sqmre To which are Three curious Clocks made and a Wheel belongnp to the fame Noble Which will hejfolj by By S A M K L In Co on Monday the I4th a ad to continue the Five following be eaclv Evening at Six The Books to be viewed This and to the Time of to be had gratis ofthe following Book fBlIsrs PallMill Bond Street Charing Croft Cornhill j Temple Bar and at the Placcof H For the levers A LOVER of PUBLIC loft To the P R I N T E AVING in a former letter transmitted to you my obfer vations on fome parts of the law relating to the office of Ju ftice of the 1 take the liberty to proceed in what Further occurs to As to of it is not intended to make fach alterations the fubjeft may but only to ftrike out fuch parts as are by cuitom grown obfolete for the fevere oenalties for deitroying herons and their which impri one befules forfeiture of one penny for each half fn the King and half For who will fue by ij The laws rdjftipg particularly and the prefervatwm of their are conlned to particular fifers and according to principal rivers in fhjs are not it m5ehi found neceflary to extend it eft of the is here fo follf treated of as it r and if nothing more is fi think fo fer might be u require greater occupy anti wlbereas at reemi not be cprapclUd A labourer who wbrkifat ajod rents Thifefbre a Jty th Ji ike moreiabpurers to the thcgrcatcft In as Brown in tnatcm as reai the lb jtherelore it fefejtvs jit the fang tune i the the place of abode as other the prefent irtion 5s To parlianuent was declareJ as r4 adftibiitratieo of vojtttrjtnry which unflr of iny law in j as identifying jifiol uf an attiflavit be uext occurs under of lar It may to ifblerre dilli nc of grand and Ipetiy ia Devalue of the tteieB bemg above or twelve by 3d Lor3 that the things bly that having refpeft to the great in its fince an onnce of filver was then worth no more p ncer which is now five hillings or nior and upon that the of the law is much greater now than ic twelve pence would purchafcas much as forty fliilluigs will at f Pelham that while all things ele have arifen in their and grown the life of man is be much cheaper and antient tendernefs of life again r It is certainiy very that in an indict ment for the on their prefent the Value of goods to be they on their knowledge and confcience are cernin are more fo that really in cafes of the law ought to be clear and i do not mean by this to make any alteration of fo material a point in the general bill to but only throw it out as well worthy the confidera tion and attention of the Le Oie Ifinim I would take that the attending the proftcution of or petty larceny too freqoenly prevents to juftice nor can it be ex pected that perfons who have been already robbed of their property will put ihemfelves to additional chzirge or trouble to carry on the There is indeed a proper provi rion made by 25 the court before whom any per fan hath been convicted of grand or petty at the prayer of the and on confideraaon of his cir urdej his cxpences to be paid by the county but how many are though under fuch r yet can ill fpare a fum of ten or twenty pounds for punifhing a man who has picked his or Itole twelve penny wortli ot The fame holds good to There are fomother fubjecls which require attention think I have already takea up fufficieutof your ufeful paper not to encroach farther at this To the P R 1 N T E THE letter in your recommending perfons to keepihemfelvesdifengaged upon a highly interellingtothisgreat is done with no lefs judgment than pru dent for till the true merits of the feveral can didates for Chamberlain ihall be deliberately no concerned for the profperity orhonour of the will prematurely promife his vote to any If there are ihy peffcns who Svith un blemithed injtegrity and paifsd all the and that thS digrtity of the City to oeftowi Lord Mayor fuch it may pre will hiVe the firlt place in the colifiderar of every good andcinfirteiu as to arid but ioe io and thaft 90 ttb now livis who ifeJ rikriipiernifl italons f the by out ef the pofc iftiicle tie s as fatistaaorily to the the fevenl of id Med aay in tried ihd 1 tf T E R C S T inbeingy wfio tfrc remarkably in of the and is a gentie1 rvTde of his cotmtsy Vhofc P U B 1 1 C SP I R I T FORTUNES would ourftf the citizens of 4ptlemah to the1 im itn Would not fiich 0 incitement to otters ibUcfphiutd an ex rienrfcrvices of the gen I my own V j In the toftand if themhisTerpices in the important office I am willing to hope attachment to the intereft of the City induce him to accept office his and render him inferibr to rtone heard of IT W the wnsliisteihgill his is though his conftitu tion is not moll robuft and whether Ire weuld think himfelf abhr at prefent to execute the office according to his own willand I know for this I done of my own ac for a grateful remembrance and achnow ment of his pail public f TI ices and if he de clined the was he fame generoufly made c that nothing wruld redound more to the glory of than to make and give him a krrid invitation to accept an of fice wherein he would prove fo if we may judge by the beft his patt gooJ fer I A Citizen of To the Liverymen sf the City cf G EA T L E M E f CONDOLE with you upon the great lofs 1 of your worthy Chamberlain Sir Thomas both in as well as in pub lic behaved himftlf in fo copious a perfrn need be t bnt on the contrary tn fellow li example for his behaviour in every circurnftance was always agreeable to that fetiind in he WAS fo eminent in regard to his public he went through his olnce with that judgment and which becomes the man his advice to mailers and their which is very was fo thar by his rhe toric many bad apprentices have turned to be and thereby laved from de and as to his private he was cha and of a good Hatured now he is no and that office becomes vacant I therefore hope you will chufe a proper perfon for that impor tant trull nnH let me word of ad that you be not too hafty in your but wait with patience to lee who may ofier for the latter candidate may be capable than the former but I do notfpeakouc of any difrefpeft to any of thofe gentlemen who have offered far from for they are all ilrangers to I Your humble A Wellwjflier to the City of To ike worthy Liiitrymeii of the City of AT a time when yoa are folicitejj by fo many candidates of acknowledged abilities and to fucked to the oScedf vour Sir Thomas give me derogating from tha merits or characters of any of to recommend to your favour This the frequent opportunities he prefent with your late Chamberlain dant upon the duties of his 1 further advantage of having ben uncer w s many ytnis apartn land leems to r and Sold at his O r F i c the Corner of RoyalExchange tjjg Bufi is executed Piice TwoPence on modeme i
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